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Title: The Ocala banner
Uniform Title: Ocala banner (Ocala, Fla. 1883)
Alternate Title: Ocala daily banner
Daily banner
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Physical Description: Newspaper
Language: English
Publisher: The Banner Pub. Co.
Place of Publication: Ocala Marion County Fla
Creation Date: January 4, 1907
Publication Date: 1883-
Frequency: weekly[]
weekly[ former aug. 25, 1883-dec. 28, 1888]
daily (except sunday)[ former dec. 30, 1888-]
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Subjects / Keywords: Newspapers -- Ocala (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
Newspapers -- Marion County (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
Genre: newspaper   ( marcgt )
newspaper   ( sobekcm )
Spatial Coverage: United States -- Florida -- Marion -- Ocala
Coordinates: 29.187778 x -82.130556 ( Place of Publication )
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Dates or Sequential Designation: Vol. 17, no. 12 (Aug. 25, 1883)-
Numbering Peculiarities: Issues for 1884 later called new ser. vol. 2.
General Note: Editors: T.W. Harris, F.E. Harris, C.L. Bittinger.
General Note: Description based on: New ser., vol. 2, no. 14 (Dec. 1, 1883).
Funding: Funded by NEH in support of the National Digital Newspaper Project (NDNP), NEH Award Number: PJ-50006-05
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' V V THE NEWSPAPER.-"WHAT IS IT BUT A MAP OF BUSY LIFE "
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OCALA ,' :
.. FLORIDA FRIDAY .
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: JANUARY .1-
1907.
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u --. : IN 1907. !

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There's a wonderful work for the '
Holiday peop '
I In Nineteen Hundred and Seven. ?
: A work needing hands that are willing :

/ In Nineteen Hundred and Seven.
M : The schemes of the grafters to SJT :
speedily ,.
li Stationery : To throttle the life from ship subsidy that *; a

To keep looting hands out of of Uncle ; 'i" {ij
In
Nineteen Hundred and Seven.

At The --. There's need of strong men to stand ; / ; '0 j "'t 4.

I! In Nineteen Hundred and Seven.

And head off the schemes of the overfed ;MISS 4
a In ..
Nineteen Hundred
POSTOFFICE and Seven.
\V DRUGSTORE There's a great need of men who are ; r

To head off the money schemes based i

v \ i And give. to the people a deal that is
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'. 1\\ i i i There's a.a.aucwcu work to Hunl1red be done and to insure Seven.the : F



41fM'ISSJARA::::::::::::::::::::::::::::............................. I Like In In Nineteen Nineteen putting an Hundred Hundred end to and and the Seven.Seven.high tariff .1 ) LINE j } r-

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-- The men who waxed rich f
on a privilege
Mrs Fred DeRentz, of New Orleans Must make good the losses their great + I

Editor. j formerly Miss Ella Raysor, is And this is one war that will have to be .a

spending a few days in Ocala with her In Nineteen hundred and Seven.
LOCAL AND parents, Mr. and Mrs. L. M. Raysor.

Mr.. L. R. Chazal-is The people must rally their rights to ..
\This\ Mr. John Miller one of the old In Nineteen hundred and Seven.We've .4
.new office in the
} timers living in the western part of got to get back to the old '

Mr., and Mrs. D. A. the county, was shopping in Ocala In Nineteen hundred and Seven. !

li e \el, spent Monday, to: Monday. The old year is dying; the new is at !

U )frs.. Spencer Mrs. J. W. Crosby and There's work to be done in this God !
Edwin two
For
youngest justice and
right let all take !
\teiurel, Miss., to, visit children have gone to Mrs.. Crosby'sold In Nineteen Hundred and Seven.a firm GfHTUMINr.j:
Tew weeks. home at Baxley, Ga., to visit relatives :

i .vi rs. )\Umms, ui T.. for several months.Mr. ....*...............+.+... ........ riders. ;

harming guest of ber John T. Lewis of Moss Bluff, .. ',1

L. Carney.Dr. merchant and orange and Mrs. Senella Hendricks Meadows, ; of Miss. Edna Moseley, :
River
grower, was a prominent New of Montgomery, Ala., has was of Mrs. George* ;t
... B. F. Lisk and Dr. visitor to Ocala. returned way to .
home after Mr. Otis Landers, otr;
: a pleasant visit in Ocala
tends the
f Connor, were anung with her parent nightt SS! !
hoppers Monday. Mr. Donald Ferguson, of Berlin, was father and nome of Mr, and Mn.

\. visitor to Ocala Monday. He left on Mr. Otto Mente, or Jacksonville, companied N. P. Quarterman,!T..
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The Marshville \ afternoon train for Baltimore, spent Sunday in Ocala with his fam Mr. :\ I Landers, nee Mis *.>,
iiscontinued and all be will spend a short while fly, who are the guests of Mrs. Men turned to II remembered as the' ?

lace' now goes to Daisy te's narents_ Air:: .and Mrs- __, R n__ _f. .I visit in n/> I i assltant to the :
Miss Mr. H F. Matics, of this city one! Yonge. t\1. Smith. by her pleasant man-
Leafy Sylvester ,

.. f'' Petersburg, where the, teachers is spending in the several Ocala days high! of Miss Polly Williams has gone io chitect boy and In is I friends disposition who won.wish here ft i

ral weeks with /?. vacation with friends in _Tampa.Dr. Syracuse N. Y., to spend the winter ; happiness for oWe ft .-
r over in -

1f'r DIr. ,and Mrs.. Earl and Mrs. Bennett of Crystal 1 Miss with Julia her sister Williams Mrs., and Lowe her formerly brother, to his been In Quincy for r_

,gpofka,- are spending a h were in Ocala Tuesday return Mr. D. S. Williams, jr. J 1:3 -f
has been connected
I/js j/1. r au'ves in Ocala home from a visit to their laugh I! Mr. i.,
I County Times ast: ;
B t' \ ,.Mrs. R. J. Knight, at Tampa. Miss Annie Sharpe and -the:Misses I Kean
for time. H
some
t>Ir.j Nathan Mayo, of i Emma Nelson, Jean Austin West Sunday _
and
aid'\ Rlleview. was )Ir. and Mrs. W. S. Scott and little sie MacKay, after Ben .I to \ friends here all ot ,
spending the Christ-
t )I to extend to htot
t|rs topcala Monday. have gone to Tampa to reside, Mr. mas holidays at their homes in this"Ihas done i f .
)I Tide their best
is did very
the head business
salesman for the city, left on New Year's afternoon
i for' ]! q'imes f ce ex
l Mrs. ssie Reddick, of J. Chambers Shoe Co. the Washington to Savannah
li4. C., 1s i iithe \ Seminary in Atlanta. I I. ..
city on a \ I the new ) f
iousm "e""I
\ ..Jes. W. V.( 'New Mrs of Henry C. Grdves has the sym/ Miss Eugenia Fuller, who has i I aging. I Ii : Evi- ;: x
her
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many friends in the spent the I
[i .\ Mr. B. arnett, of th of her brother, which holidays at home with herj Mrs. W. C. : _
occurred I uncle
hiss Mrs. Tom his and aunt, Mr. and Mrs. J. R. I '
"\ f home in Kentucky several from a visit :j|
di/s Martin, l
.:.11'+ ,: .. :few" dayl- \\er.\ where has she returned is attending to Decatur at Agnes, Ga.,,j Nixon, at ..

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[Mr. R. RCarroll has Scott.
fir..
Allan
Bridges, of where he '
jttage adining! manager the is
his l .um association, / .....:
bird 'stre \ requests that on Major and Mrs. R. G. Wright, of f contracting, "
.. of the floor not being elevated Oxford, ana -.
.4- tt and their daughter, Mrs. E. spent :: -+-
;+., 1VIrt ChalCrs Raysor ,armory ladies will not wear hats C Hood, of Cuba, are in the city fora home. l

'!},y .:._ ar'8: day \Ocala the Ariel entertainment tonight. few days and are at the Montezuma and his
Miss Edna well, as
\.t pa ent$. Mr. d Mrs. L. ) The' hotel. Maj. Wright came up to consulta
; ;ess throughout the state sym physician.Mr. joyable picnic sustained
r.X jJay'Jhe H- Year's papt J. B. Johnson, edi; day to a of'him ,
of t
:?) t \) !.jp'ejnory the old ry'j! Dame City Democrat in the E. M. Howard has returned from special I ? ,' ,:,

:.. :(t3tata.. :.Cons\tion.Georg@ugene n"o\ls, twits which occurred in his grove at Auburndale. He was there Emma Nelson -; ,. 3
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'e$ ----0\' \ Sunday night. during the severe cold spell and asserts Washington / 4
Celebrate
1\rs. !
positively that Mr. W. M.
;? ":; 'f 'ttflik. the fam\\ of her of Inverness,- su- trees nor his oranges. were effect Tenn. ry:
:
Fratfces Hows, c UA public instruction for ed by the cold. He says that even
I 'u_ :.. was In the city Tues. guava bushes escaped. Mr. Harry last ;
1. Mr.> Robert HIS, Of } I.:r. fil' ".4 bt. Augustine during boy and one cele- '

.s was among thrjsUors conenulasj.time.Mrs. : week and had a L Dr. H. C. Dozier has rented one of that has ever Vllla- 1: V
da :
'e'w
-" Year's- 1 ----4 the rooms over the Teapot Groceryand Ocala high Wa- !: -
will fit atives in this r I
the
rllf. Mrs.ik E. \ anod same up as an office. '* ;
and '
very charming! Dr. Dozier has the student at among- : V :: ;
contract
with
the 'if
fined to their \e\ near hervbbath
school class i E. P. Rentz Lumber where he is popular !
New Yea '
a company at Silver
er ?visit Wit lat1ves >; R
a party on Tuesday tist lch they +
-------- at heisautifu Springs and will spend the greater ministery. : <<. =
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.J V W. JChaVs King avenue... home on part of his time at that place. him in Ocala, who dinner a-, 'J;_'

""' 'packed. their stocf -- again. unhl .
Miss Cora The Kibbler Brothers, of Dunnellon .4 .1'
I... Jast'. box was ship, to Grin oieache .
::r.. 5 this year at S have sold their immense mercantile Mr, Fred dinner :;"
f.' day. S :eland and who business Gertie Kaiser, good 4 .
f
q ..' \ .. --- .- spending the holia to Mr. D. D. Fitzgerald, who : '
'!;... 'pr, .and Mrs. V"r r at Anthony, sp with her par has taken charge of the same. He ber of their t I _a, trian' _
New yeajs also purchased the Hotel de Thom. :' \..... .
the
Mr.
s;:: s nd l.with acrs. in Ocala. various commissaries r ,->".
';,. t )W1nY. Slope F, of the Messrs... Kibbler. ing. The l / and _-'i\:
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'JI- -Plant:. Mr. R. J. Knight of sp amuhsing and : a feast- i: J
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{!V,'p : ... :- .T" __I yot5f prominent citizens a for Mrs. R. L. Martin, of Weir Park, pleasant one. : 'In'all, ;; 1--1

*, ) ; Maude' and who also ba CfyS al has been spending the past few days as necessarily ) .'*t ...1-

% ;Hawthorne's in this county walguest e inter. In Ocala with )Ir. R. L. !!atilt. this kind, : i a nturi- ._, ...,. .__ .

'r.1-, ',; Jln:,'Qcala.. -,! on a visit t.' Ocala House Monday. at i Mr. Thomas H. Harris returned and the : senti. .: ;:t. I

.t" 'a.n-. ,. .. ---+Rl home Monday morning from a short bered by the (,} rs of': ....: : :.'!
f Ensi Robert A -_ visit to friends in Jacksonville. pIe. hap-' !-if'
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: :, irs t Ollie Neal, a spent the Christmas hays .Q' -,- ,-.- .' {"\.
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1: .iron of Charleston. the guest of his park Mr Father D. Bottolascio, of Ocala one! Mr. W. C. G. :": -}pg her sister :Mrs. airs R. A. Burford, left4day: i of the most eminent Catholic divinesin the legislature I j :iiie, : / .1':

i'. SouthFhtrd.street. \ for Boston, Mass., Florida retrned to his home yesterday recent election, lide, < Y .
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.t_ ---' \ stationed. after a few days spent herewith Monday. Mr. ,. ill -. .
.5t __
/ anlaVo Father P.
;: ilIsi.Thomas J. Lynch. He complimented most efficient 1t. ."
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":'.., .. ".,.* St. Peters Mr. Charles J. Phillips, Miss in Gainesville very highly on its house and when i I ., ."..f... \0 a hew Year's day her guests, Misses Bailey anq rapid development within the past two ways gives the :;,.
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: r4 '),lis-S_ Anna Mixon.rs : ., returned home Sunda|l year?Gainesville San his stewardship ,J''i',t. j''r ;:1'I"
} 'l T from a few day's deligb,I pers. He is ,an ; s- :
>DI Hardy C. to St. Augustine and Jcksonvi\ Mrs. J, A. Pittman, of Ocala, isnong always alert and '"' 1' .
iii7s; Daisy= Bell, who \ the visitors to the city, and is current events I J".e) gll." '_ "f + .
in Mr. B. L Hull, a former member ending few days r :tf---
wlth relatives I with her uncle, uency posted l t., I
.Rio ,peal!!' Monday. \ I I school board and a proneer. cia. J. P. Parker. She is accompan- I' < t : /

..'. '. cross the Ocklawaha"er is by her son Prof. .S; P. Pittman, Messrs. W. D. ] '; > : : n'l'% .li
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ajor' Fifes I regret to learn sick with pneu, Mondays 'ashville Tenn. who is spending men Misses _; -' :- '
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1kSonyl11.. .early He happened to a fll a few : \olidays in the Brick City. Fort and : Q .. .ti: .,
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U"a9".on be was taken sick, hurting j his : nome Sunday ,Lt '' ,
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'r tt f: :$Croke.,, of result of the fall. Pas holidays with her parents, the teachers:; : : &t lize' .. *.': _.' ,.
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ii i t Mr. A. Pr Monroe, of the Horseshoe, I I parents, Mr. and Mrs. Reed ..

; FRECKLES ,AND PIMPLES I. Townsend left 3
Charles
Farm, sent over a basket of nice oranges I

.- ': REMOVED ia TeD Days. from their fine grove and we- I Hawthorne, where he will spend } J

women folks and all-pronounce them days visiting friends and
8'j
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tv Nadinola safe, most of them, at leastPERSONALS. i: Miss Halford, our efficinet

n The Complexion teacher, is spending the holidays

,Beautifier it endorsed II her mother at Electra.

k- ly taouaandi Mr. A. N. McDonald visiting relatives Mi. Henry Taylor, of Island

:A r of grateful ladies,and in North Carolina.Mr. j I spent a few days here last

i t* L guaranteed all facial to discoloration remove. \V. R. Brice, wife and babies i iiing relatives.

,:,au *and restore the are visiting relatives at Pine. .I' tff
r beauty of youth..1M Mr. and Mrs. Jno. M. Boring and j -.

1 ia 'children of Felicia, are here for the :jI A LOVELY: WEDDING
went eased twenty dayt. 50c, and $1.00 I .'

:tt all leading Jrug I torej,, or by mail holidays. TION AT WACAHOOTA. I

a "" ......d'b A TIONAL-TOO.ft <0., PaM,,Ten Joshua Dean, one of the oIliest. ,I '
> Special to the Ocal Banner:
t Lochloosa citizens, paid his friends a t '
PINE. 1 On December 2S, about \ r. .
Pine a visit this week.

c'* ,Specorrespondence, Ocala Banner. Jim Buck Strickland and famiIyha.e ; I[guests and Mrs.assembled Villey P-at Smith the home to III "

4 moved back to Pine and Mi
\S' awful cold out this way. Ev- of the most unusual affairs
W- one
erthr Strickland will have his same old position (
was on the hustle. Uncle it has been our pleasure
[ J Ck'S.\hristmas .vis\t. was a bit unexpectev at the Horseshoe Farm. | ever

__ and he caught us unawares Robert JTompkins and family are, ness.On this occasion Mr. and Mrs. {

The catfc* hustled visiting at Micanopy.
off, to the hammock PETER STANLEY.Is celebrated their twenty-fifth ;

and sieptlpn the soft' dry 'leaves, The {anniversary and their son t.Je..Ri7't.q .t'.a, ladT .
piled -- .
pigs up an extra. mattress of New York Progressive. '!fair," for- just two days before \ "
pine straw undeV :
\ the thick palmettt There are nearly five mililon people (deserving young man led to )

leaves. Thi.horses ran' from one side in the Greater City of New York; less !'altar. Miss Irene Beck, one of j
the old This 1- : man bs:jght:: : supply 0t'Ot' O Cuith: -
brook sage pasture to'the other than two million twent years ago. I: most beautiful and a<: I la IJCi.
and neigh i Then it took an hour for a streetcar
bit distressed. The
\ -a
sheep herded', themselves .;close and to go to 59th street: now 8 minutes young ladies. t acquainting!: zsza= '\vith the distinctive taste
i
through the subway. Promptly at 2 o'clock the
seemed to be }Appier than. any other Now more paiting is done with one of I
groom twenty-five sears ago
I SCHNAPPS Tobacco which has the cheering
of the animals. Vsiy fine flock of buff gallon of L. & M. than with two gallons I the new bride and groom of only .

corn Plymouth than rocks usualut!lagged fully for 'a bit more they Besides of ordinary the L. mixed& M. paint.Zinc hardensthe days assembled in the reception I, that gratify his desire to chew, and at /

repaid K & M. White Lead and makes I' under a beautiful arch made .

difference with elgs. for Christmas. the 1. & M. Paint wear like iron for shape of a horseshoe. They than tobacco

Even the old nail was 'on a hustle. 10 to 13 years. I ceded bIrs. P. N. Smith, expense cheap ,
He was kept busy'bringing wood and 4 gallops of L. & M. Paint mixed I .
with three gallons Linseed Oil will and grandmother of the two

building try Christmases fires. But,. say, these coun paint a moderate sized house. and congratulations were has been advertised in this Some day they'll get a taste of the real ( 1.
are fine-especially Actual cost L. & M. about $1.20 per The groom of twenty-five
when Uncle so that every chewer has had an
Jack Scluapps-they'llrealizewhatenjoyment
comes south. Talk gallon.L.
suit of black and
handsome a
about your Yule-log, V>ig pine knot & M. made for one-third of a to get acquainted with the they've missed bynot getting SCHNAPPS
tie. His bride was M
fires century. gray and know that drugs are not used
These, hog killing and cane grinding. Sold by Mclver & MacKay, Ocala, attired in dotted silk net made produce the cheering quality found in long ago-then they'll feel like kicking '
country cracker
'ftt more solid Fla. 3BTHE taffetta. Mr. James Smith, the famous Piedmont flue-cured themselves.
comfort and vSasure country
genuine" out of
groom wore the conventional and that SCHNAPPS is what he
one 'tir\es ,
day of Christmas however NEWS OF ORANGE SPRINGS.
(
sold 5
SCHNAPPS is
while his bride wore a cream silk to chew. Still there are chewers everywhere a
they
usually take whole .
a week than
)
lace trimmings.. accept other and cheaper tobaccos cent cuts, and 10 and 15 cent plugs. Be
you town folks do In a H. time- Special correspondence Ocala Banner.
.
Mr. Villey Smith is the do not give the same pleasure. sure get the genuine.
Yesterday evening ttd of December you
a crt of dogs ; Died on the morning
son of )lr. and Mrs Porter Smith
and a pack of boys createBAso much 19th, at St. Francis Xavier's infirmary I

noise over back of ,the fail' that I Mrs. Bell McBride (nee) Sims. Smith having passed away '
Mrs. Smith still
was led through curiosity ti investi. Funeral services will be held at -3:30: years ago.
,, I the old home with her son.
ate, The dogs were yelping their o'clock this afternoon at her late-res !
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L To have known those old people Geo.'r.; and brush, Dr. and Will Locate in Tampa. winter, but it is not near The White
< their voicesbe
city
.: '! o ., but a'a ere aI- idence, No. 95 Drake street. Relatives -I I
mother holds
The
love them.
,,' to ; berry spoon, Mr. House. _
{""' i: ,.;.. .t. ... ,. yelling zzshsfr and friends are respectfully invited
well and the
.. J" "'<,'T'' men and. weni to attend. Interment at Or- down: remarkably ; syrup pitcher, Mr Dr. Dozier Leitner, who has mad

'if. it: ;;?( ':: ".. :,> \ 'Yen't of the welfare of others is still ; nut bowl, Mr. and Ocala his home for the past year 01 Colts Strayed or Stolen-From my
: Fla.
: ted
i : '. .) *. ... ange Springs, II present on her lovely place at Pedro, December 18, sorrel
.' "' .. \Ie. above clipped from a Charleston ; meat fork, Mrs. J. T. more, being in business with Dr.
r. The was
'r. Mr. and Mrs. .Smith have only mare colt two and a half years old,
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..., ..' 'fo#-', ;; fork, Mr.and Mrs. C. Chase, but who for several months,
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t'' "I: '" as paper.
r .' J ,' 4. children, the son already lendar tail, scar on inside of right
"I"'t. '
Miss Flem-
: -' '# spoons, past has been at Leesburg, has been.
\ ,; b- have arrived accompanied I
remains
The
",1. .r'! 't.. .4. .. ". t", \ ,, > and a daughter, Miss Janie, who ; Mr. and Mrs. C. M spending the past several days it fore leg, a few vhite scars over her;
.' '.. '- ,', I' .;. -I by her sister, Miss Maggie great favorite among her host silver dollars, Mr. and cite sorrel norse colt, eight months
2.1: '. : > .' vvr Sims, and her nephew, Mr. Harry this city.
.. : ,< friends.Mr. old, star in bee, one white hind
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father set of knives
; Dr. Leitner informs us that he has
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y. .. \ her I
< It dying request !
"'t- \ Murphey. was foot. Will gi-'e $10.00 for
; .' \ Smith has three brothers, their re-
(, ,, '. .4 ? ,- and Mrs Joe Hogan
\ ;; rented an office in Tampa and expectsto
.,. '. '.. here and laid away by .
to brought
be Proctor
turn to W. I. Perdo. Fla.
all of
.' and Laurence,
> Charley
.. and Mrs. Mathews
; t. '
.. '..>" t:f' ,. tier husband, Mr. Andrew McBride, ; go to that city at once to locate
.: ,;:' oS. .. .. the old home and all
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side
.. \ ; near Mr. J. S. Griner
I ; He bad intended to open an office in
H. THALGOTT
,.d'djrt :>'t' c 'Vho departed this life one year ago. ,
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:" ,I .' : ., ", _\.t".K f A She was almost the last old resi- their families were present on and Mrs. T. N. Smith; the Holder block In this city the first poprietor of
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i't.,. 'to '..., ', . ." :' : .'._: table occasion. He has also four and Mrs. J, O. Tyson; of January but owing to not being able DUN N L LON BAKERIs
of little village only one re
.. iont our ;
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'.'-:' ": '.. .' 't;' :.. ..) ters, Mrs. Pedrick, andIrs.. James Smith, wife and to get Into the building by that time now prepared to ship Bread-,<>ke
.' .,,.' ."... i"' .f' J.c.' ;;.b\; mains. !night, of Gaine.s'illeIrs.. Pies, Efc-, on short notice, and-u
....t .r fit.,, : ..:. .' .:(,'.,'"l1i-" ," ,i""";: : a r to The Normal scholars who attended j jMontbrook, and Mrs. Hazel, of has decided to go to Tampa.Dr. anteei satisfaction in all ca
>> j out into his beau-
I us Leitner Is exceedingly pleas-
:t "" .": ::.0: -rot invesyet school here will remember her as a an Give bin a trial.
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.;.iq- .. ",:"}r- ;,;-J..:.;.;. ,:"" I""r "re as a good many of them boarded with her. son, S. C. grove, where a lovely ant and agreeable young man and an -

.' ,,'.':'.;.-." .-<. :k ; ''./: ,Nf determine The family have the sympathy of Mrs. Smith was Miss Lee to our view. The excellent dentist and his Ocala friends A'

4. ..&. "'\" '. ''.. ,., .::'' :.... J.,...,-,,....'- friends. and she of has Gainesville one sister, ,and Mrs.three trees laden with their regret very much that he will not N' Buggies, Surrles and.-r '\
spoon, is sight lovely AT MANUrACTUMCITC
x a
make: Ocala his permanent home. MICC.
weather
; eras generally supposed We having extremely cold -
are
Ousjintefd
this state. lor J1
in
thers, all residing 11I-
'r: behold. ?
to
'4 + j;:1'uit yet on the trees was ; oranges that have not been gath- eye built. for Style .QIIallIJ
_ 111 fiI The decorations were of is a kufquot tree Prevent Headache. and Durability WtCi
yas. red are ruined. They are full of ice. Late TOO S2S ft oa the
.... y The farmers succeeded in saving; leaves, ferns and holly, with high, laden with tiny I Force them? No-aids them. Ra porchistof iBwr, Rye. '

I silver gray flags. Some very also the green fruit mon's treatment of Liver Pills and >mpleie cinlog No. 6 is Free about for the or asUj.Sorry. OB f,
and through
: their cane seed getting
.. ful music was rendered by Mrs. which was a great Tonic Pellets strengthens the liver ohn foster Co..265.gi Decatur Sttiaata Ci.ur .
It Will with making before the freeze.
syrup
of and the Misses I'
Micanopy and digestive organs so that they do. .
Hall made eight hundred -
Mr. Jesse -
of Gainesville. hours so delightfully I their own work and fortifies yo ;

l gallons of the finest syrup ever madeIn Dinner being announced, our buggy loaded with constitution against future trouble McIVER and ., CFUNERJLDIREGPOs.; )
You Florida. He has disposed of all of
Pay Janie, with her sweet smile, in\ varieties, grape- Entire treatment 25 cents at Ty!,
it. Mr. E. L. Wart mann, of Citra,
twenty at a time to the dining we were obliged ings & Co. 3
purchased three hundred gallons. under .
where tables groaned
with best wishes and
; Mr. Jones will preach for us next Looking back at the history of,Ie
of to satisfy
wealth good things
in You have !Real Kstau{ both couples may cele-
any morning.lie *
Saturday night and Sunday inner man. orange and its development of re'n ,.
to sell anniversary.
did not join the conference for The ladies of the entire Smith A GUEST. I years, it may be said that as Domesticated -

) next He will continue his schoolat plant it is in its rfW
r t ( ]( year. ily know how to serve things i i 'I ,
Floral Hall. We regret he is not occasion 'compared with others found in c gar-
this
particular
f IF y.H 'm thinkititr,," of rOilyitty* being able physically preach and did and themselves.on Trouble Cured. I dens. What it may becom un< erman's

to Florida for a homo.! He is good preacher and an can '
i teach. a mention should be : careful selection fi
t* Special sick for the past two
k '* excellent man. We will miss him. the large and beautiful cakes bad stomach trouble, a'I scarcely foreshadow, but rfectly Have a full stuck of dims Cafcket / i

R. OR We have had a nice quiet Christ- graced the center of each table ( me a dose of Chamber- seedless varieties, and ones which i. anti Burial Our tit?. ;.r.iltl given ro/ ,*

_ '. *s You desire to invest in any mas; no drinking, no rows of any such a variety of good things so and much Liver good Tablets'j'f I the seeds are collected in aipsule at. Burial services. ..

t I IF kind of Florida property Kind. served we could only taste of I of them and have used the apex show an amenaty to human Embalming OrderWATEAIELON< 41 f i
Mr. Albert Anson Graham I thank selection and cultui/nich may L ,
t. Had we eaten a spoonful of each in all. Today I am well ) i!
TO SEEP you very much for jour "howdy do" to we could never have reached ;h trouble.Mrs. John! result in the production A fruit surpassing '

OR WRITE SIC SEMPER TYRAXNIS, From the dining room we entered ;; \all druggists.. These tablets m even the best sting specimens r

back parlor, where a number of .
Cure of Lung Trouble."It SEES j;

f r'J.J. Ha IIIIUGSTON G & SONS ..a narrow Is now escape eleven from years consumption since I had," tiful.which gifts we were noticed displayed the Crop Damaged. Irish Cobbler sJ----f'--Potatoes. -J"I.I f

.
'" writes C. O. Floyd, a leading businessman has damaged the let You want the earf1 Potatoes in
OCALA. FLORIDA. Bread tray, Mr. and Mrs. J. E. It'On can't fr
t the Irish "GIJ..BEars"seed
of Kershaw S. C.. "I had rundown Some seem your neighborhood.1
."J'I in weight to 135 pounds. ,and person: doilie ringIr.. andlrs. bulk of the had Cobbler, round, whi and good 'ied'! from your /BIer, send for m '
crop Special" /
-- coughing was constant, both by day M. Smith; sugar shell, Mr. and ers; $2.65 per 3 bujls' barrel, or carload whole prices In QlIant
before the freeze ties, buy seed 1 the
came, ?
; and by night. Finally I began taking A H Emmerson: card tray, : Fred Harveylearfield. Pa. and "GROWE .
at
get the low
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-lh Publisher'sClaims :Dr. King's New Discovery, and continued !'Witherspoon; two napkin rings, of our truckers have 12-21-lt. II have all the stard 1 sorts Price. .
I this for about six months, loss, owing to the I as w ,
trouble (and Mrs. Bradshaw; fruit basket, as the valuable! sorts. AddressD.
.when my cough and lung crate material as well M Have Its Thorn. :, .
: restoredto and Watkins; cream ladel, sugar Every
and 1 was
4 Sustained i were ny entirely normal gone weight of 170 pound:: : and butter knife. Mrs L. M. ; The young lettuce will torers have 'LBERT/ %I
rented
right if the freeze is The Bellan
f Thousands of persons are healed every two silver dollars, Mr. and Mrs. \I

t STATES u OF CLAIMS Co.'s year.Drug Guaranteed Store. 50 cents at Tydtngs and $1.00& t f not repeated.-Sanford Chronicle.-., a white hOU l WashIngton for the Mo.eIIo-,-; Fla \

Tho ruWishers of Webster's International Trial bottle free.
k Dictionary allege that Tt"'is,m f dited cttbe in popup .................... .t.-..
lar UnatridireJ ttloroUg re- '
!: detail and vtu>tly eoricbeJ io e\-ery part,with LIFE AT FORT McCOY, :
:
r the purpt!'e cf adapting i*to meet the larger i
and severer lequiremeuu ot another genera 1Agui 9B&
tion." Special Cor. Ocali Banner: 1 :
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\\ of the opinion that this allegation
e are
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f post c carr and accurately descnbea the Miss Stella :Martin, of Martel. is
f' work that DAS been accomplished and the, ,visiting her parents at this place, Mr. ''i i Bg iIUII
i R roeulttbath. l< 'as It m>vr stands. has: tern thoroughly re- red Mrs. H. C. Martin. .
r: < edited in every oxtail,bus been corrected in .
( '; every rvtrt.aoJ.1mb'&b11 dapted to meet Our Christmas tree and entertainment : ... ........ ;
larger and severer nxjmrtiuonts of a ...............M9Y6.r.N ...
e the
( All enjoyed -
demand of popularVhilulogical was quite a success. -
,generation which more *\
4 knowledge than any generation it very much.
that the world hase\er cnatainciL PA'RONS
e
It laptrhahe edlea to aJJ that we referto Mr.' and Mrs. D. F. Simmons, of TO OUR FRIENDS AND
work of
the tM highest dictionary authority in cur in judicial aecur.tcyaf deflnjUon ae l'itra.'islted' Mr. and Mrs. J. W. Stevens

a. : and that la the tut ureas in the ptistit Saturday and Sunday. t.I.
will be the curve of comtoat rvfercuce.laxor&cwjutu.
CD_nn t t Mr. Elan Martin, who has been home

LAWRENCK JOHN DA\!\WIXDOS: f( 1 the past three weeks returned. to One and all we extend c'bCst wishes for a very //


.adore riferto CHAlaAa eTASros WEllSITR'SINTERNATIONAL rrn.it u UtW ll.t'Jn. Oilando are Monday.We sorry. to say that Wess \' PROSPEROUS H/'PY NEW YEA/ fl .

Stevens is still suffering with rheumatism '
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but is some better than at last

L' THE GRAND PRIZED % writing.M.CS. We thank every one for past favors and asr them that in 1907 as i/906 'it WH bt at

S IthN highrL award)WI"siren tq the intertuUoualattWWi Stella Martin and Miss Eva tain
'}'&Jr,t-t.Luuio.k : J Ttwnst nd called on Blanche and Ruth:5tep'Q.It our constant aim to please all, and na our position as tGreatest =


: .' GET THE LATEST AND BEST I Mr. Harry Friday Stilwell afternoon., who has been Bargain(( [ers in Florida J ;


rIM rip re fJ/ltn.tfcd ell ear I.J.: at this place for the past few days, returned

gKCtN4cnjuOtaetatrtt.G.&C.MERR1AM '\J to Silver Springs Sunday. VARETYSTORE F 1

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VOL. 41, NO. 27. OCALA, FLORIDA, FRIDAY JANUARY 4. 1907. ONE DOLLAR A YEAR

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Mr. and Mrs. Arthur Hardaker, who THIS TOOK REAL NERVE. THE THERMOMETER 22 DEGREESAT THE COLD AT TAMPA. j

have been staying at the Ocala House DAYTON -

.. since returning from their wedding More About the German Tailor Who All the Local Weather Records Broki

...... trip, left Saturday for M artel, where Had His Finger Shot Off. Thursday night was the best rain -

they will: make their home. Fort Myers, Dec. 26.-\". H, Gilbert for a month. Friday was cool and After giving Tampa and 'this seeU- '

of this city, and some friends were pleasant, Saturday a cold wave struck in many respects the most remai '

The home of Mr. and Mrs. George hunting on Pine Islands, and, while ble cold snap on the local recor :
the Florida east coast for the northwest -
Drew Hogan, of this city has been resting on the grass in the shade of a the weather began moderating yes ..t

gladdened by the arrival of a son. The big tree, Mr. Gilbert put his hand on sending the thermometer downto day afternoon, and the usual Florid$!

4 little fellow was born early Saturday a big ratlesnake which drove both I 211-2 degrees Sunday morning winter is expected to hold sway a:, --

and 30 degrees Monday morning witha
morning. fangs into the thumb of his right hand. today. f

.. Gilbert, with the assistance of a companion strong wind blowing. Ice was frozenin For four days the temperature .
Mr. Tom Smith and Mr. P. W. Smith shallow vessels in the Sunday
open
ttaking bound the arm and began tell- Tampa has not risen higher than 54
of Smithville Miss., were visitors to morning and :Monday morning Ice. weather
ing hit friends what o do after his re} i h. experts say, is entirely
Ocal Saturday. These gentlemen are was found in the same places and in this section. Th
death which would soon follow, and, unprecedented
guests at the popular Brown house at water pipes in some instances closed at *ki
PowderABSOLUTELY when finished, the friend was told to minimum officially001'6
Silver Springs for the winter. Tender vegetables such coleas banana
as 'tal ther
bring the shotgun, as Gilbert wishedto station was 28, but l1no ,
plants, etc., were badly scorched '
Mr. John D. Buckalew of James- hasten his death; but the friend mometers registered as low as... .
but we do not apprehend that
PURE burg, X. J., arrived in Ocala Friday pursuaded Gilbert to let him try and oranges The Weather Man contents hims;

and will spend the winter in this cityas amputate the finger with his pocket injured.or grapefruit were materially' with "fair" as the prediction for today

usual. His friends are always gladto knife. This pained so much Gilbert but that the worst of the cold wave_

Healthful cream of tartar, derived solely from see him. decided to try and shoot his finger off At this writing 1 p. m., Monday, is over was evident last night. Darn
there is still cold wind but it is
refined absolute is the active instead so he held his thumb in place a age has been limited to vegetabl
grapes, to purity, working eastward, and should it blow
Mr. J. R. Moorhead received the first and fired. He has only a healing and tropical plants, but yesterda

principle of every pound of Royal Baking chock yesterday paid out on the proposed wound to show for it, and is well on from of the ocean tonight there will report from Ft. Meyers, published bed=

Pi OWG er. new government building. It the way to recovery. Gilbert is a be no farther freezing. There was no low, shows that some orange grow "
information from the weather bureau
was: for $68 and was for surveying young tailor, German by birth, who suffered destruction of their crop!.-*.
Hence it is that Royal Baking Powder although it was the coldest spell in
This looks like shall in Tribune.
platting etc. we formerly worked with Gus Ficcio Tampa

renders the food remarkable, both for its fine soon have the ground broken for the his Arcade tailor shop in Tampa.Mr. t.ro years.

flavor and healthfulness. erection of this handsome structure. I' ter-The weather continued cold ORANGES FROZEN.

and the
Monday temperature fell
Frank G. Sampson the largest -
phosphate-which Hon. and :Mrs.: W. N. Smith and lit- in this and who steadily during the evening and reach Tampa Tribune Special.
No alum no are the orange grower county
tle son and daughter, after a week's ing 22 degrees by a self-recording
elements of the so-called has an hundred acre lemon grove on Fort Myers, Dec., 26.-The lowest-1
,: principal cheap visit in Ocala with :Mr.: Smtih's sister Hillsborough bay, was in Ocala on thermometer. All tender growth is destroyed point recorded here Christmas was'

baking powders-and which are derived Mrs. Robert L. Anderson have returned Thursday and was not feeling very and the general belief is that 32. No citrus fruit or young trees we$ fj

k from bones, rock and sulphuric acid. to their home in Louisville worried over the recent cold spell. changes, grapefruit, etc., are worthless hurt on the south side of the Caloosa: .:;j

r Ky. They were very charming people He says that in the McIntosh section as a temperature of 26 degrees is con hatchie at Fort Myers, but at he upriver -<:tit". t:

t and it is hoped that they will while all the oranges have not been sidered as fatal. How much damagehas points, it is reported that city?

visit Ocala again at an early date. been done to the trees is yet to :
shipped almost the entire crop has rus fruits were frozen solid in, many.. J
ROYAL BAKING FOOER CO., NEW YORK. be ascertained but they will lose their
been gathered and is in the packing groves. ,
We have been requested to make leaves and probably the small
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houses awaiting shipment and that
complaint against the indiscriminate branches at least. Fortunately trees Moseley-Landers.
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of the trees and that
none are injured
MISS SARA ELIZABETH HARRY Mr. Harry Peter, of Dunnellon was setting fire to grass in vacant lots were dormant and not much damageis ,
the reports of the excessiv low tempera.ture -
Local Editor. /f among our visitors on Saturday. about the city by unthinking boys. It to be expected from the splitting of The wedding of :Miss Edna Moseley,fJ
in south Florida he thinksare
is dangerous to property adjoining, the bark on the body of the trees. At the attractive daughter of Mrs. George |

LOCAL AND PERSONAL. Mrs Julia P. Haisley has returned and but for the prompt arrival of the exa gerated. That he cannot belive its best, however, the freeze of Dec. A. Moseley to Mr. Otis Landers occurred -?
fire dapertment considerable damage 24-25, 1906 will be a great loss to last Monday night at 8:30, _2
The lay after Mrs. L. Gainesville.Mr. extreme portion of south Florida was '
Christmas-turkey C. Lynch, in ftI'
might have resulted Christmas day orange growers.-Halifax Journal. ,o'clock at the home of Mr. and :Ji
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lower than it was in Marion county
soup from l' cause. T. R. Smith, Rev. N. P. Quartennan
C. H. Hollandsworth, of Dunn- and he was in exceedingly exhuberent -
How to Make the Editor Happy. officiated. Mrs. Landers, nee Miss, "]
Mrs. )Mizo of Georgia I ellon is quite sick in the city at the
formerly spirits and thinks that th cold
Rev. L. W. )Moore of Ocala recently Moseley, will be remembered as the 'A

Miss Ludo Liddon is visiting rela- Marion county hospital. appointed pastor of the Heights Methodist will help to annihilate the white fly. Mr. Frank Harris, the veteran editor efficient and popular assitant to the sj;

tives in this city. Mr. W. M. Smith of Chattanooga, church, arrived via the Seaboardlast and other orange tree pests.: of the Ocala Banner published a postmaster, and by her pleasant man -

evening accompanied by his fam- Mr. and Mrs. J. M. Walker and Master card in his last week in whichhe :
paper ners and sweet disposition w& _her
Mr. and Mrs. H. M. Hampton have Tenn., is in the city for a visit to his
ily. He was given a cordial Joe Walker of Atlanta Ga., and said
.recep : self.hundreds of friends who wish ,
: returned home from their visit to rel- aunt Mrs. E. K. Nelson.
atives in Arcadia. I. I ticn at the parsonage by members of Miss L. N. Hinman of Akron, 0., are "Our patrons and friends, stretch her nothing but happiness for the fu ,

1 Miss Bertie Crosby, of Atlanta, is the congregation. Rev. :Moore: has the visiting Dr. and :Mrs.: L. F. Blalock. ing out from Florida to ;Maine and ture. x

i-.a Mrs D. E. Marks of Jacksonville, ,the charming guest of her cousins, Mr. reputation of being one of the two Mrs. Walker is :Mrs.: Blalock's aunt, even to foreign lands, can make us Mr. Landers has been in Quincy for !

Is in the city on a visit to her daughter and Mrs. J. W. Crosby most powerful Methodist preachers in while Miss Hinman is one of Ohio's superlatively happy by rememberingus some time and has been connected'' ,:

} Mr?. Harry Lapham, the state.-Tampa Tribune. accomplished women and an old with a Christmas present in the with the Gadsden County Times as:'' ,":

r Mr. Hampton Chambers, jr., who 'I friend of Mrs. Blalock.!! shape of the payment of their sub- one of its owners for some time. He :

4 Mr. Caho C. Redditt, of west Florida has been absent from Ocala for the : Ex-Governor Aycock and Mr. \\'. C. scriptions to January 1, 1907. This has made many friends here, all of, :

formerly of this city, was here on a past year in Texas, ::Mexico etc., is in Munroe, of Goldsborq N C., were visitors Family Recnion. token of appreciation will be just as whom are delighted to extend to blur |;]
to the last week. Mr. A '. One of the features of
visit Friday. !I I the city for a few days. city ) pelasantest nice a Christmas present as we could and his lovely bride their very best 3
I cock is prominently mentioned as ice- the" Christmas festival occrsirn Jr. "
wish for.
wishes. The entire Times force ..exJ|
Vrs. Vance Weathers of York, and Mr. and Mrs. Henry A. Deubel who I presidential timber on the democratic Jacksonville was the family reunionon A goodly number of the Telegraph'ssub.scribers tends to the happy couple their .size P:

her sister Miss Bobbie Harrison, of have been spending several months .f ticket. He is one of the most accomplished Christmas day at the home of Rev. tried this for '
I recipe hap- cere congratulations and very best ,.
L Leesburg, were visitors to Ocala! Friday with relatives in .Cincinnati, 0., have : gentlemen and eloquent I John C. Ley 737 We*' .uonroe stree'.l.piness on our editor and it worked: wishes for the future.

J returned home. orators in the south. Mr. Ley and'his estimable wife were
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; charmingly. But there are still othersa "Love, sweet love, is the poet's::
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celebrating their bitthd vs, whi"'h occur
I great many of them in factwho dream.-Gadsden County Times.
t The recent cold dip was a picnic Prof. J. H. Brinson. of Rollins college Fourten soldiers, the majority of i the former en the :20th and the i
have the opportunity to add to our
'L t for the wood yards. They did a land. at Winter Park, was a visitor to them members of the Ninth cavalry, latter on the 25th. Th.eyma.1e a Christmas happiness for the New Year, and the Death of Mr. Laurence G. Lee. .f.1
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office! business Ocala Friday and was a very pleasant colored, were arrested at Leaven-
dinner occasion cf if, and as theirgUE' remembrance at the time will be News has bed received in this city .

i ,l1 caller at our office. He was on his worth Kas., Christmas, in connection I Ii <;ts entertained their three ?ons- of the death of Mr. Lawrence G. Lee, ;
much appreciated. If all of our subscribers -
"If hell and eternity than
T are worse way to Eureka on business I I i with a riot on a street car Monday Rev. John B. Ley, of the First Methodist 'of Los Angeles, Ca'if., which! occurred '
who have not paid to January -
up
: that hole, said Miner Hicks when her I I
in which number of shots '-
night, a church Rev. Edward F. of :
,
: Ley while he
very suddenly was on a
was rescued, "I want neither of them'.' Miss Julia Foster, of the Fort King I I fired and several 1, 1907 would do so within the f
were passengers St. Mathew's church; Rev. E. L. Lpy business visit in Nevada. "
scrool, and Miss Susie Fort of the i coming week all the Telegraphs"debtscould :
,
Judge I. L. Farris of Jacksonville were slightly injured by broken glass. the Bay street furnisher, their wives be cleared and Mr. Lae was the husband of Mist .
0.-ala school, were the guests of Miss i II up th.z.percould .
returned home Friday afternoon. He and their children. The family con- w' clean Vda Nelson, formerly of this city, and ,
he
start z
new year ri.
Meta Jewett and Miss Sarah Mc- The Chambers Shoe Co., and the
accompanied the remains of his fatherto si"ts of twenty-three members? and all sheet. The Amount to eac' divid her friends will be very sorry Indeedto
Creery during Christmas at the home Boston Store are busy packing their
this city. Mr. Farris was accom- of the former.In I goods preparatory to removal. The except one, Mr. E. F. Ley jr., who is ual debtor would be small,1":but the learn of her bereavement. Besideshis .

panied by his bright little son. I Chambers Shoe Co., will go to Tampa at college, were present to make merry -.aggregate sum would make things in wife Mr. Lee leaves two beautiful ,'..t_

the occasion for the old folks. An i little sons.
renewing his subscription Mr. and the Boston .Store to Newport this office run mightly smoothly.
Mr. and Mrs. Clifford L. Andersonand I
el:> alt dinner wasen.ed and the
E. C. Smith, of Fairfield, "Push Howe ; Give us a trial.-Starke Telegraph.
says: News" Va. the Boston Store !
son have returned to their home I parting words of the dear old patriarch Dr. Atkisson and Family Depart.
subscription to 1908 the two continueVfJx Many responded to the Banner's appeal .
my up ; will >perate a branch i
Holder after the Christ This there gathered quite
at spending quoted from the beloved disciple of morning
dollars to go on that Merganthaler in this eKy and will occupy the r for which it returns grateful
store bid adieuto
mas holidays in Ocala. Jesus, "Little children love one an- a Methodist congregation to'
and may you enjoy a Happy New i, store now occupied by Mr. Webb, of other," was very ten'lerly received. i thanks but there are others who have Dr. R. V. Atkisson, Mrs. Atkisson ..

Mr. Bert Jewell who is now makIng Year." I The Fair." J
Lucile who took
and their
Ii Jacksonville :Metropolis.: not.In daughter, ,
his home at McGee, Ark., is at i the language of Frank Stanton: I the 9:00 o'clock Seaboard train for
:Mr.: Albert Anson Graham writes I I Mr. Otis Landers of the Quincy New "Holiday times,
home on a visit to his parents, lire '
where the conference placed
and Mrs. C. J. Jewell who reside near from Gainsville and says: "Thingsare Era, and a former Ocala: boy, was mar- Palatka Man Dies in New York.A And holiday chimes; Ocala, "
the doctor for the next after haying .
this city.Ocala's. a little quiet here this week most ried a few days ago to Miss Edna telegram from New York announces But what we're wanting'Is year }< :
t the death there served the limit of four years in ; .
of the University students are spend- Mosely, a charming young lady who Wednesday morn- the holiday dimes! '.

pulpits will soon be all ac- ing holidays at their respective resides near Quincy. The Ocala iug of H. S. Wilson of acute pneumonia. And the holiday dollars." Orlando.
e I I Mr. Wilson resident of Pa- There was no psalm singing at this
was
a
homes. friends of Mr. Landers unite in
cupied again except the Christian extending Send along the 'dollars, dear, good
t church which has not yet succeededin to him congratulations and latka and one of the proprietors of friends, and make the New Year a leave taking but there was in evidencea

Rev. Sam Pittman of the Christian best wishes. the Wilson Cypress company, and one sincere regret that we were. losing
securing a pastor. happy one.
Bible school at Nashville Tenn., spent of the Most prominent lumber men in this valuabl family from Orlando.

-)lrs. A. DeVane. of Savannah after Christmas in Ocala with his parents, Miss Montague and her grandfather, the south. Engagement Announced. "" The editor will feel the effects of

spending a few days in Ocala with, Mr. and Mrs. J. A. Pittman. Mr. Billups, of Richmond, Va., have He was well known in this section :Mr.: W. R. Carter editor of the the big bear hug the doctor gave. '

her daughter, Mrs. P. V. Leavengood. oeen spending;; the Chirstmas holidays and his death is greatly regretted. Jacksonville Metropolis, and Mrs. Car- him upon his departure.
Prof. Barber, principal of the man and the little were 1'The
has gone to St. Augustine to visit her in Oc".la the guests of Miss Eth l Har- ter have announced the engagement big "
Brooksviile public school, after a brief At Weirsdale. fcr the entire four and
daughter Mrs. C. C. Hill. ris. In company with Miss Harris they Marriage of their ward and cousin, Miss Ruby yoked up years
visit in Ocala with his sister, Mrs. T. and tuck and the lGbest
The Christmas holidays was a sea lulled together nip
visited Lake Weir Friday and were Moore, and Mr. George Adams, of
Mr. and Mrs. George F. Armstrongand W. Troxler left Thursday for St. charmed with its beauties.Mr. son of good cheer in every home in New Haven, Conn. they knew how with no fractions .1\1

their pretty little daughter, Lucy. Augustine to attend the meeting of C. C. Carlton, representing the Marion county but in no home moreso Miss Moore is one of the popular kicking in the traces or friction on ..

to their home the teachers of Florida.Mr. than in the home of :Mrs.: Simpson the bites "= :
returned at Savannah firm of M. 0. Coggins & Co., of Pitts- young society girls of Jacksonvilleand

Ga.. Friday after spending the holidays --:: W. D. Cam, superintendent of burg, was in Ocala recently and at Weirsdale where her beautiful was a visitor to Ocala several In Mrs. Atkisson the churchin:, tils i ;,

in Ocala with Mrs. Armstrong's the Marion board of left a beautiful calendar on our table.: daughter Miss Emily Gertrude Simpson years ago, having been one of the city parts with one of the most effigy',f'
county public
l' parents Col. and Mrs. W. X. Camp. instruction went to St. Augustine Mr. Carlton lives at Plant City and was given in marirage to Mr. Ad- attendants at the marriage of Miss dent preacher's wives.there Is in the \ -i"

dison Lee Evans, prominent and world and she will be greatly missed.
the cold if not a :
as severe
the says was Hattye Mae Porter to Mr. William A.
Thursday to atend teachers'
The demand for convicts continuesto convention of girt .friends -1
prosperous turpentine operator at Lucile has a host
in
more so in that section than up Collier.Mr. f ,.'
grow and the prices offered for I this direction, and the orange trees Brooksville, Florida. who regret her departure. Harold Is '

them is almost double what it wasa Mr. and Mrs. Fred King, of Jacksonville suffered: more damage for the reason The marriage occurred at high noon and Mrs. E. L. Maloney celebrated a good hearted, clever headed favorite ',I,

year ago. Marion county in 1907 are the parents of a little son, that they had undergone a longer on the 2Gth() Rev. E. G. McKinley, the their twenty-fifth wedding anniver- among the your fellows and ladles :. ;--

will in all probability get a hundred : who was born on Christmas morning.Mrs. drought and were not in a good con- Pesbyterian minister, performing the sary Friday. In the evening at he ,of the town and,:they also regret that .l

per cent. increase for her convicts. dition to stand the freee but he saysit beautiful marriage service. The home home of their daughter Mrs. S. A. .his college vacations will no longer be,o. ; -,

S. D. McKean and her little will be some days yet before the .was beautifully decorated for this Rawls, they were given an elegantsix spent in Orlando. "'
T. H. Johnson received let- i
Capt. a '
K} ter Friday from Lakeland which granddaughter, of Sarasota. have been damage, if, any, can be ascertained.The happy occasion and after the young o'clock dinner to which the family -i i Prosperity, peace and plenty go with1them. ':"

; the gratifying intelligence that spending the holidays in Ocala, the ungathered fruit is, of course, ina couple were made man and wife a including Mr. and Mrs Maloney, I .-Orlando Reporter-Star, ::

gave guists of the former's son and daugh- bad condition. bountiful wedding dinner was served. Mr. and Mrs. Rawls, Mr. and Mrs. C. kair '
no damage was done, to the orange. :M. E. Robinson popularly
ter-in-law, Mr. and Mrs. George R. Mc :Mr.: and Mrs. Lee left on the after- W. Hunter and Master Maloney'wereinvited. :: '
groves of that section. Mrs. William Muller and Misses Vir- known as "Sunny Jim," did not forget C' _
Kean. noon train for their home in Brooks- It was a very happy family '
ginia and Orene-Mcllwalne, after a his friends at Christmas, but seat to= ; '
ville, where they are now at home to event and this anniversary will long -
We are informed by Commissioner. Announcement is made -of a gift week's visit in Ocala with their brother of them a letter from Tampa viafcis*: >..
in
their friends. be a pleasant ,one, thememory
David, S. Williams that Judge Locke of 110,000 for the construction and "and sister-in-law, Mr. and Mrs. W. and Mrs. Maloney.Rev. them a merry Christmuriiad & hafff ,

will bold a term of the United States equipment of a new home at Milwaukee T. Mcllwain left Sunday for St. }It. C. E. Herrick, of Crystal River, Mr and prosperous ;I1ew_";Teat with- ,tit+*:'. .

court in Ocala in March. It is expected fcr Marquete College. The donors Augustine for a brief visit before returning Mr. C. T. Miner, of Leroy, and Mr. O. .H. Harrison has returned hope that heir ezpeetatieegfafly '.>iwity O. :" : ,-'

that the new court hous will are Mr. and Mrs. Robert A. John- to their home at Bpartanburg. .Henry W. Long, of MarteL were home from a visit to his parents Mr. realized, durfef- tW,",:.. .:'":::-,

b* coBpkte by that time Eton, of Milwaukee. #B.C. .. ,among the visitors to Ocala Saturday. and Mrs. Z.,D. Harrison in Atlanta; yea:" "- :1f i h1s->, ;

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------- -_ ._-- -- --- -- Ocala Banner 1 into this troubi and read my though J I ":-- ; II: 'Y I ;..t'/J;. 1;,/iliY p ,.j.' .... --r 2 1
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.'- THE CAPITAL SAINTED : that I had done you would have

't *;* CUSTOM-!T GIVES GOOD CHEER-A TALE % By 4ti ,known that :ffirst inquiry of my ,I' ,. .-' ,'./ .. 'r.{;; .N--11'Ji'EteJ
JJ GRAPHICALLY :MifcSJefffcrson .- ..
OF A m
SHIPWRECKED
SOUL
;mind was 'What will Governor Bro ( t., \Lt u
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: ,aid and Dr. h:"ian think of me now?' .0 .. ;. ,

-.....l' 449t 0$.$ .....- ..- .- bP.. ........4- id- y t y.y.y,y...-Bell 4.+Ir3$044I > !I Yes, and it was made in the very dust i J :::) +) I 10 GET iSife a' 4NE: ,
t :and ashes of shaxo and despair, tho'

1 c1eciaH ur the Ocala Banner: |and through it runs the story of a. i here I most solemnly assert and ;-g : O'ri{ G;{ JGEP fjLE 1

I"\S! 7 Tallan<;:>bee, Pla., Doc. 27.-Chris :ruined life-a life going out in shame (swear that I was not one whit more : 'w l'Diin. :o' .. 1 :.,_C ::

,Dji mas at' ,he capital was passed' very and darkness with none of the love responsible for the deed than I was, t ''! .: .

'i- s.iuietly--/esti\ities were limited I to I or hope to light the way between the for conception and birth. "The .I'+ .:'$.. _' <_ -<> :.oiii: & *
my a- __ ._ ..........
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.>ct/amily;dmner parties and a ancaflt ; worlds. A human derelict without anchor question may be asked-and it is a -I...? ., '-, Ii' .
the Leon hotel. We had Christma, rudder close to the *
or -drifting
'If
I poser. you were not responsible r 4:, 'C Always look fat the Red Rock Crown Stopper on
gjjweather} -even to a minature snow shoals of death. how is it that you described the affair :

pjfctorra, just a few feathery; flakes on: The letter written from prison hear :so plainly in your statement?' ..'. :: bottles. That is yoiir guarantee of qrulhty ; your I!
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phristmas day. Fourteen years ago quarters is in as follows: ,"- ..,,.D""
st part "When I was down on the wharf aMinneola ;:
that
I :'1 /js assurauce: : you get a pare Ginger 0' Ii
there was a fall of snow in TallahasS. !
4 "Your i cele.ncy-m; most rt- though smitten to the core
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)- roe so the old inhabitants say. I I I s .aiiy asking -yon to accept my; with misery and hopeless despair, I K', k--:\:;-: 1i #,1 Ale! :;s:13ad of colored pepper-heated 'w'

nil i There is still a deliJtitfiiL.fJ'Uf[ perfectly was
| your \ i! ; Say R..ED a OCd, and 4 h .R&C; fC
Toned flavor in the__ t-iJservance of .- .. .... .
p :: kindness. in granting a man as deep; [i the idea of committing a felony was "> ,.' u !thl
(t. .". C_*f" PLq\ .If' "
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led Christmas ijJ Ttr dbasses. There '\"as:, involved in degredation as I am tbe< foreign to my mind as-was an idea t..-.,'j, I,1....' !yi ; ., "... ... ."..-. ..!.FI.I/>.'

e a? ljj r ;chanse of myst rioug" pact privilege of writing to you-an act to stop The earth's revolving on its t'' .I.-.J"_,,.,,.f-. ,
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tied with red ) On sa"-= J'i' tottits at ...! ,' :"' .,; J:
outB", es in white paper a which my heartfelt respect for you axis. But after drinking that pint of ; &-"" "r k03, 'tI f

thafihbon through which was thrust 'a personally, and the respect due to whiskey. some irristible power tool etc., :-.r.J 31. dd'tsri-. -: at '(:_f'A r;. tA. ".+#',.
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bit red berrie 3..C ;0.
'en of holly; with gleaming : your high official position would not command of my senses. goading me on ;V

""n | and so much cordiality went will' otherwise! have permitted me to do ,to what I did, I make no plea of insanity +

as jhe simplest gift-so much of the good -it behooves me to say that I did I but candor demands of me to

I ng fjft of good will-that unconscious:] not ask the favor for the purpose of acknowledge that I am and long have I

hrisf all became imbued with the pirit wearing your patience with a volume been conscious that my brain is dis i Manufactured by THE RED ROCK COMPANY, Jacksonville, Florida. 4';

f the sacred season after the order of the Lamentations of; eased. At the launching of the Confederate ,

Ui, Jeremiah, tho' as the wings of ap ship, Alabama, the ship *lid< I'. ,u
The State Board of Control is ir TRIED TO BOARD MOVING TRAIN C. V. Roberti
E. C. Smith.
hq preaching night cast sfhadows the down the ways, a stanchion fetche I .

. *,ses&;on here today to consider re: face of the earth so may a combination me a whack on the scalp, and it wa: I -

,rt 'building the dormitory cf the Female of age, disease and imprisonment i days before I knew whether I wa: I! Bystanders Narrow Say that Escaps.Asher Frank had I Funeral Directors and Licensed Embalmers

,iy. college, which was destroyed by fm cast shadows on this hierglyphica :in Beekenhead or Liverpool. Sine*
Sunday morning. Fortunately college I \Ve are equipped' to do the very best work and use l
IS land-or paper-scape spread out be then there have been periods in my
and Asher Frank of the the latest and best methods.
I\\' was closed for the holidays fore you. life that are now and then utter blanks one managers only ,

:e most of the students had gone home My first passage around Cape Horn Ita me. of the Factory and Mills SyndicatStore Telegraph Orders Deceive Immediate Atterjtiou.

there mi: ht have been some narrowly escaped death Monday -
otherwise ;
I was made somewhere about the fifties "In doing my level best to lead ) .
in tlw in trying to board the south-bounc
01 \ casualities. The college was of the last century. The ship I was an upright and honorable life I not OCALA FURNITURE CO.
session Seaboard train at the Call street
of its most satisfactory
midst
'd in, the largest one afloat in those only fell among thieves, but fell among;
"and it is extremely unfortunate that crossing. Mr. Frank wanted to go tc
r days, had a for the Peruviangovernment. and privations, such as -
cargo I hardships going japel and undertaking parlors corn forth Main Street, and Ocblawaja -
l any such accident should have oc Ocala and waited until it was too late
Her cargo among which without sufficient food purposely; A venae.
, to reach the depot to take the train
: curred. .
was guns, solid shot and shells was to save expenses exposure by sleeping Day Phone No. 10. Xicht P1 ne !9' and 19';.
::1 stated yester In crossing Call street the trains art
President Murphree
so recklessly stored that all the heavy in the woods and traveling on fool
. that he had secured several residences I all required to blacken their apeed .
day -------- ------
. \ material was put into her ween loaded beyond my strength. I -
of the college and Mr. Frank he would have
in the neighborhood thought
1
decks, making her cranky. We were "Your Excellency is aware that I an i iI

: i, here the students will be taken i i four months getting fromew York an old man, but you may not be aware I no difficulty In getting aboard but in Just Received
will not be I the effort he missed his foot
:' { care of, and the work making
I to the latitude of the Horn, our ship !that I am now verging very close tc
of the Board I and fell Nothing daunted by the -
Interrupted. Dr. Brown, ing -
:so cranky we could not, in a fresh i my seventy-ninth year of life. My I II
t of Control, discussing the matter last failure he quickly regained his feet
I breeze, unless it was aft, carry but I nervous system is so shattered that j
night, said that the board would probably and undertook to board the next car A SHIPMENT t tF'NN
v i very little sail. And when in the latitude -i at times it makes my life, so far as !

. :, build a dormitory here on the : of the Horn we fell in with hurricanes peace and enjoyment are concerned :This time he was jerked oS his feet .N.NMNO446.O ..44NN4N.444++4 e 4tiNO.
: I and thrown violently to the ground,
plan of the University dormitoryat
' which lasted for a week at a I howling desolationAgain my nervous

_ t,'Gainesville. "We got the very best I a time throwing the ship on her I Ii I system, combined with mental I landing close to the wheels of the

. .f plan for the University dormitory thatr i beam ends, causing her as she wallowed iepiession and helplessness, makes !moving train. He escaped with nothing i White Cat Underwear i

, and cannot improve on : more serious than several painful .
we .could we I 1
in the seas to make such leeway i.y life a burden too heavy to be .
. ;.It h ie5"lie said. .I i that we soon found ourselves in the ; torne. I am just about as useless here bruises about his face and head but 0 .
fhe building was insured for Jive : I' persons who saw the accident say 1641i.'iN...ANNA.N.4N'.Nt N9i NOaNN.pN.NN '
'I Ant-Arctic ocean. It was the middle ,is I would be in a portrait gallery of
: dollars and the furniture for i' that he to losing his
thousand ; came very near
of the southern winter, and such a idles and beauties. It is all very well
hundred. Seven new pianos i DO To. darn, to mend, to sew on buttons ?
fifteen winter! Freezing hurricanes, !;snow to talk about old age being honorable I life.After

were lost in the fire which, I under "ice-mo t of the twenty-four hours f'the aged and prosperous and weal- unpleasant experience Mr. YOU If Dot, try at least one of. . . OUR
covered insurance. The i Frank his trip to Ocala un-1
by postponed
I stand were I dark. The Horn, when we cited it was Ay but when it come to old age in

greatest loss from the fire was sus- i I covered with snow and ice and it was ; iovert and in prison, the respect Lil Tuesday, when he took a hack to I LOVE It is the most comfortable, BACHELORand

tained by Miss Abernethy, of the Art 1 a harbinger of freedom from the i shown them reminds me of Solomon's I he: depot and boarded the train while j

Department, who lost her entire collection I gloom we had enveloped in that frigid espect for unorthodox aged and infirm itas; at a dead standstill. Starke I at the same time the SHIRTSBest

cf paintings valued at four zone. I shall never forget the indescribable idiots aged in sin and infirm in Telegraph
thousand dollars, and which were I the of 50 cent Shirt, and it does not cost a
in-I depression sight it removed -!aith.
sured. A Son's Tribute to His Mother. cent more. Try them for Comfort and \1 No
'p from my spirits. !, "In fact the world has no use for old I, ear. buttons

"J Miss Abernethy spent six years ill' "Alas! History repeats itself. Last nen. Let them be in prison or out cf I :May I ask attention for as brief to come off or sew on.
under famous teach- I I
| Paris studying art
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February I got clearance papers and 'prison, they are a burden. it will suffice to tell the most
represented the space as ;:1YrTheYhitt Cat Underwear sold bv
; ers and he pictures Randall's will
I Captain "
a t clean bill of moral health from a : "According to nteresting story I know?
1 of those Among them
; work years.
> out of the port
certain custom house of well any sailorman sailing I
mercy. of
i My mother brought up a family
"the Reverie
was a painting known as know to Your Excellency. The skies I of New York for five continuous years FISI-IEL.
; thirteen children. She did it on a
at the Paris I
exhibited
f-[ that was fair, storm signal insight would be entitled to a home there (inhe
. were nor was a i I small income. She is la years of age,
other art exhibitions, receiving -
and
,' Salon ]! home called Snug Harbor. After I Iit ,.,, .
I took in a cargo purposely '-
most to is well ----
and: I am happy say ---- __ ___
high praise.A --
I'' t built and became the harbor of I un
i to trade along the coast of what ; was md sound. Her means being restrictd -

pitiful tale-of human misery and j i presumed to be prosperity. And it'i',old sailors the interest of the property she has all of her life done mostf
to fce not for me, i would not support it and every sailor
proved prosperous I. I
shame is told in a thirty-four page I her housework. defy any house-I
but for pirates, who boarded me and i ailing out of New York was taxed Furniture
letter to the governor that I read a'II i I Ito holder in America to point out
I. In making support it. I paid the tax for years, I .
few days ago. It was from a convict j I lepleted my cargo. my way i a more cleanly or happier home than
south toward the Ant-Arctic of distress and as I sailed out of New York nearer the fifty-
has been during
* named Hart, an old man seventynineyears '- ay mother's
of age, who was sent then from ,;, I fel, in with such gales of misfortunes fifteen years than five. I am entitled even years that she has owned her IIpJ
such buccaneers, who so to a home there which would be cheer- her
she cooks with
meals
Key West on a charge of burglar ;i own) The .
:, After he served a part of his sentence'he '':plundered my cargo as to make my I ully given me could I apply for it. left! hands are not only the most nutritious -\ It's a little early but our fall stock is t
? conditionally and .time and weather beaten barque I "I am too ojd and too diseased to beof and most palatable any of arriving daily and
was pardoned |I here now I am not wanted I all we ask is a chance to save you All
months later was returned to ,,ranks; crankyfor want of ballast. In any use her children or guests have eaten but msney. we ask is a
some II
prison for violating the conditions of j i I point of fact and in short, the old here, the lessees, are not running this II IIplace lave always been the jaost bountiful. few minutes of your?valuable time tc show you througb r

i barque became so cranky, and the as a sailor's Snug Harbor-and stock.
,his pardon His letter is erratic'! I I estimate that during the fifty-i our
seas of adversity so mountainous as I II hould it be possible through Your i the headf I
enough to substantiate his statement ;, 'I seven years of her career as !
I
for his ac- i:to: throw her upon her beam ends of Excellency's: intercession in my be- commissary departmenthis I A Few
. that he is not responsible j |I > her own Leaders -
I: half for me to go to the Sailor's Snug I
tions. In his letter to the governor he j despair, and she made such lee-way I : lady has put on her own table before -

.., asks that he be sent to Snug Harbor, :j I in seas of temptation that instead of ;,arbor[ I most solemnly declare to I I'you her own family and her guests F
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the home established for aged sailors I rounding the Horn of Prosperity, she that I will not stay on the soil of lot less than 375.000 meals and I RON BEDS FROM 82.50 UP SIBEB3HK JHSJ'j?
I Florida one moment longer than it I t
drifted into moral desolation the i i
the condition that submit that this is a record more
York
in New upon
,> 'heerlraand far human :: sues me to board one of the Clyde CHINA CLOSETS 815.00 m UPocm
he remain there the rest of his life. &o as sympathy I worthy of honor than the achievementsf ;

stri ing. i is concerned-the Arctic ocean Line steamers. I member of the sex oppositeo
of hi* letter are any
Some, parts-. ..-........... -.-,-----.- : 'Trusting that you will mercifully adorns no I [ C--1
---- ; that which my mother

4O--- -.........ifiQ..G+4+4 48+ +< ++(,4'C.N.. .. 1+WaM.i 'U5e your all powerful influence death to res-in I'natter what those achievements nay \FURNITURE\ CIMPUY.N
from ignominious
>' ..#.++.....4'$44'+4v.4..,,4I++..+,4 4 .64.4,+.?+ers.J .+.. 'cue ire an of lave been because my mother's hospitality _.!.-,
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: consideration I
irison-with every E. C. SMITH
.. has been unselfish and fullf C. V. -
E. P. PITTMAN. ROBERTS.
A. PITTMAN. J :respect for Your Excellency, I subcribe > loving kindness.-A Son in N. Y.lines. .

m '.' rn : myself > I. -. .. -

p ';''! .t 9 Twa' i ; .j.fio. f. '-., "Not void of"J.gratitude W. Hart." I ------ -- '- ,

a' : : W. A. KNIGHTr
1... E. LANG.
r .w1\ t I'
i i where ths! Fish Came Frcm. J. ,
ft n I} ff't
Many people, not without education L U l; J 61 111
: nip:.v .TJi"r- J: ,
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and a general knowledge of nazi a1listory. ANNOUNCEMENt
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are mystified by the presence .
I GOOD FURNITURE
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If
f. you want of r fish in inclosed waters. For many Tile Plumber ,

3 I and at .prices that have never been : i. ears there was open-mouthed wonderer } We have just purchased the dragon ana Harness bushes of Messrs. I,1
s. A. Standley & Company, and '
l..J
> the perch bream and crayfish i iif propose to add to the stock of : rT '

:! | equaled I Ocala 1 call and exami'ne -t* and in newly cut dams near the i 3gd) Gas fitter, t hang that is needful to makIt: aCOHPLETE: LINE in every gOOd SenSe every of }:-

' : larguane] river in New Southyales.. he word. We are agents for several of the best Farm Wagons on the -M_
II je have' I ; also several makes of Buggies. Besides these maret J;<-
. our inc..J : ; In some cases the water was scarcely we handle a great va _.7
js of vehicles either of which
: s lety we stand ready to _
i ettled after the rain had fined the !."; fully guaranteeeugh .

i a specially desirable line ofWILLOW i I i lam when the fish were observed, andre I' a !J3 'zm'D! "'S NEVI m Grade Buggies, Serviceable ;-
Carriages
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Australian farmers started the theTV ,

$ 5 : ; of spontaneous production. i f fj I SHOP ON THE CORNER OF Wagons, Harness, ;
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JC ERS l UGS and ri'TTI 6S. -
R Lap Robes Etc.
t j This obtained and gained wide ere-1 j Etc.
i
. j,dence until a Sydney professor chancd j;i] SPENCER BLOCK WITH A i .JTurpentme -

-t : : to pick up a wild duck and found j I Iits E Wagons a Specialty. .
OF SANITARY H I :
feathers well dotted with fertile !;! j r ALL LINE

\ IH I and almost hatched fish ova, on which;j I Ithe JVe ire Always in Position to Meet the Prices of Legitimate Competition "
SON \I "PLUMBING

.1 PITT I .I\1 G1 i was "spontaneous promptly withdra'\\n.-London production" theory;;,- ANP MODERN II'II'o \V are Sole Agents for the celebrated White Hsckcrv Tur-

Globe. !I IDr \ GOODS. WHEN IN NEED OF pentme and Farm Wagon 4

,. The Furniture 'Mfen: e .... r .
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FIRST CLASS SANITARY .
t :-A. McIntosh, 'of.Hickory, .N. C., : H I .

t OCALA, :.: :.: FLORIDA. 4 ; the guest of his daughter, Mrs. D. jj PLUME ING ".s LL ON HIM. I Knight & Lang .

++ M ..............3'1N ........ ....-............ E. Mclve, and will spend the winter: ,

J : H......N..4...'ri..4004.6v'4..9..isOti In t Ocala. I I1 lv ----- ------ (Successors Standley and Co)

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VOL. 41, NO. 27. OCALA, FLORIDA, FRIDAY, JANUARY 4. 1907. ONE DOLLAR A YEAH '

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f' \i MISS SARA :ELIZABETH- HARRIS. The new year brings us our usual t DEATH OF MAJ. WRIGHT. A NEW YEAR BANQUET.. 1 Mr. H. I.,. Anderson was then vociferously !I-.ANUARY. WEATHER IN FLORIDA. 1

T Local Editor. greeting from our old and distinguish j called upon and his speech t

ed flend Rev. John Gordon Law, 1 D Maj. R. G. Wright, of Oxford, Fla, From Wednesday's Daily. i was witty, unique and captivating. It Weather Bureau Mitchell Gives Data \

D., of Walhalla, who is doing a good I died at the Montezuma hotel in thi Messrs. Mclver & MacKay, one t of: I was illustrated with anectdotes and Covering a Period of 35 Years. J 'J

LOCAL AND PERSONAL. work in our sister state of South Car city, Wednesday evening at 7:3: Ocala's largest and most successful [ appropriate jests, which put the guest:

lina. The card from him reads;: o'clock. firms, gave a magnificent banquet com- j lin a better humor and created much Jacksonville, Flay Jan. 1,1907.-The )

Mr. F. E. Haskell, of Weirsdale "Wishing ;ou a happy New Year, 'I} Mrs. Wright and his daughter, Mrs. plirnentary to their friends on ewYear's laugLter. following data covering a period cl'\} \
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in the city Wednesday. am with thee and will keep thee s ii E. C. Hood, of Cuba, were with him evening at eight thirty o'clock; I Messrs. Rheinaaer. Holder, Jake< thirty-five years, has been compile. i

all places whither thou goest. Maj when he died and were faithful watchers The banquet was held in the rooms I Brown and Yonge followed and all fnJm the weather bureau records in-

his bedside his entire over their establishment and they bad helped to form for Jacksonville. They are issued to shoal =
p. Miss Lucy and Ella Thagard an the yt.1r07 bring peace and prosperity at during : j a splendid bouquet :
visiting Miss Ellen Huggins at Red to all of our hearts and homes sickness.He been elaborately and artistically decorated i this popular firm. the conditions that have prevailed dur .

dick. and churches and usher in the re\gn| died of hemorrhage of the lung and arranged for this affair under Messrs Nash, D. W. Davis, Sistrunl ing the month in question, for the r

of love a-s the law of Christ's kingdom ; and had only been sick ten days. the auspices of clever Mr. All I and others were called on but desisted above period of years, but must not .

Mr. and Mrs. James Hudgens and in the world." In order to secure better medical attention Owens. on account of the lateness of the be construed as a forecast of the
Besides the many employees of the weather conditions for the '
he came to Ocala last :Mon hour. coming
of Martel
.. baby, were among the visitors
in Ocala on Wednesday. Wedded at Crystal River. day. firm a large number of their friends At the suggestion! of Judge Bullock month. (

; On Tuesday afternoon at the bride's Maj. Wright came to Florida from were invited and were present at this a rising vote of thanks was tenderec Month of January for thirtyfiveyears ,,.I

Mr. J. A. Hampton, a prominent resIdent home at Crystal River Mr. John Morris Alabama twenty-four years ago and elaborate and elegant function.Mr. the hosts of the banquet and the guests : '

of Floral City, spent Wednesday of this city, was married to Miss mere skeleton from the effects of the< Mclver and Mr. MacKay, the departed each impressed with the fact TEMPERATURE. ,

lu Ocala, the guest of his son, :Mr. H Lee Priest. The wedding was a quiet I disease of which he finally died. lie< hosts of this banquet, presided and that it was the west delightful affair' Mean or normal temperature, 55 {,.

M. Hampton. one and immediately afterwards Mr. : immediately received relief, fleshene made everyone feel as if they were in of the kind they bad ever witnessedin degrees. The warmest month was ,

and Mrs. Morris left for this city, I up and enjoyed splendid health until their own homes. The banquet was Ocala. that of 1890, with an average of 63 '

Mr. Albert Anson Graham, of Grahamville hue they will reside. his attack ten days ago. entirely informal everyone was at All during thevtning music was degrees. 1 ,

t T .. spent the holidays with bis' Mr. Morris is the second son of Mil Maj. Wright was a large merchant ease and perfect good cheer prevailed II furnished by the string band and just The coldest month was that of "_

', in Alabama and The following was the menu served: before the speeches .Mr. Jack 1893, with an average of 49 degrees. ;
parents at Connor and with relatives A. Morris and is employed at the. and planter upon I I Mcln -

in this city. I "ala Iron Works and his bride is a I I coming to Florida planted an orange; Oysters on half shell tosh, the oldest ton of Mr. Peter Me' The highest temperature was 81 iI

:., \ clevtr young lady of Crystal River. i grove and conducted a mercantile establishment Russian Caviar d'Paris. Intosh, delighted the gentlemen with degrees, on January 14, 1S8S, and Jan, : ;

Mr. Gus Morton, of Eve, a prominent We join with their friends in extending I I at Oxford. He afterwards SOUPS tIle l-agpipe.: the i-ational music ol uary 25, 1S9S.
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politician and popular citizen, congratulations and best I came to Ocala and conducted what Cream of Asparagus Scotland. The lowest temperature was 15

was visiting in Ocala Wednesday wishes. II was known as the Palace Drug Store. Consomme a la Royal -- degrees on January 22, 1886.

; morning.Mr. After the freeze and bank failureshe India Relishes Sweet Mixed Pickles i Editor LaFontisee.The The earliest date on which first i;

A Clever Young Pianist. returned to Oxford and retrieved his Queen Olives killing frost occurred in the spring of

,S ; /1 and Mrs. .E. P. Pittman, of Coleman Little Miss Ethel Haycraft, the beautiful shattered fortunes by engaging it FISH friends of John L. LaFontisee February 19. J'

i 4 were in Ocala Wednesday. Mrs. voting daughter of Mrs. Jessie trucking in the celebrated "Want Baked Halibut Hattrass de Porsley will be gratified to know that he has I The average date on which last killing

Pittman was on her way to Macon for Haycraft, of this city, is winning Springs" 'hammock. now a newspaper of his own, having, frost occurred in spring, April 6. ;1'
visit to relatives and Mr. Pittman returned Gullion Club Turkey, Cranberry Sauce the Star Fer I
11 a laurels as a pianist. She is a dainty; Maj. Wright was a splendid type f-cently purchased at PRECIPITATION. i
\. home on the afternoon train. Armour Ox Tongue, a la Tabasco nandina.In i
for the 30.8 inches. f
Average month
: little miss iiot yet twelve years of of man, was genial in his manner;;
age and on New Year's evening she and strong in his friendships. lIe was Baked Ham, Hernia Sauce de Tartre former times Fernandina had tbe Average number of days with .01 ;
Miss Alta Pearson, the atractiv Delionuese .
Salad Oriental
played the piano for the dance at 77 years of age. I i ablest and brightest newspapers printed of an inch or more, 9. f
daughter of Mr. and Mrs. JohnW.
young Yonge's hail. She played perfect The remains were taken to his old Lobsters a la New Burgia in the state, the Mirror especially; The greatest monthly precipitation t
Pearson, after spending the hot
time and no grown up person could home at Union Springs, Ala., for buriaL ENTREES during the time it was edited by Maj; was 9.12 inches in 1881. 'r
days at home, left yesterday for of Fruit Nabisco
Compote America
have done better and at the conclusionof George R. Fairbanks and owned by; The least monthly precipitationwas
Gainesv:lle, Ga., to renew her studiesat New York Conks la Fritters
Messrs. Campbell & Burnsides 0.08 in 1902.
thE: dance she was very highly com- I reflected inches
Brenau. plirr.er.ted on her playing.Sho The Body of the Late R. G. Blake Consigned Superior Sauce distinct credit upon journalism! The greatest amount of precipitation

.' Mr. Charles W. White, of New York was assisted on the cornet by; to the Grave. Steamed Rice Southern Style in Florida. In typography it was a recorded in any consecutive 24 hours

city, formerly of Citra, is visiting this Mr. Frank Malhews.Building The funeral services over the bodj VEGETABLESAsparagus I model of neatness and was as ably was 3.09 inches in January 8, 1881.

city and is registered at the Ocala of the late Robert G. Blake took place Tips au But in edited as the New York Tribune.Mr. The greatest amount of snowfall recorded ,

House. Notwithstanding that he has Tenement Houses. from the family residence Wednesday : Royal Scarlet Sweet Peas: i LaFontisee has made a record in any 24 consecutive hours, 4

moved his citizenship from this state Mr. C. R. Tydings and Mr. J. J. afternoon and was very largely attended Long Island PotatoesAu I and a reputation as a newspaper writer (record extending to winter of 1834- '

Bierman are building row of tene by the leading citizens ol both in and Jacksonville
he is still largely interested here and a la Berth Umbros Oysters Varieties Tampa anion 85 only) was trace, on January 19,
ment houses on their property be : Ocala. The Knights of Pythias, oi two of the ablest newspapers in 1S93.
sufferer by the recent
was a severe Strawberry Sherbert
tween North and South streets and which the deceased was a member, the state and now that he has a news RELATIVE HUMIDITY.
cold weather, losing his oranges thai Punch au Rhine
were yet ungathered and he also fears fronting on time street. attended the funeral in a body as did' Nuts Raisins paper of his own the state may reason Average 7 a. m., 84; average 7 p.

that many of his trees were killed. These houses will be better erected also the Dickison Chapter of the ably expect good things from his pen. ra., 7C.

I : 1 than the ordinary tenement houses; Daughters of the Confederacy of which Builweiser St. Louis, Fernandina has a bright future. It CLOUDS AND WEATHER.

t IJ t, Mr. H. S. Chambers has been elect and each suit of rooms will be provided Mrs. Blake is a leading member. The Great Western and Mumm's Extra Dry will soon have another railroad. Us Average number of clear days are g }

tI ed chief of the Ocala fire department with a fire place and heater another members of the K. of P. all wore then Assorted Fruits Crackers harbor is being annually improvedand 10; partly cloudy days are 11; cloudy, .'

vice Mr. A. J. Brigance, resigned. Mr. conveniences.The mourning badges and at the grave Pineapple Cheese it growing in many directions and 10. '

Chambers entertained the members number of tenement houses each deposited a sprig of cedar in the Cafe Noir we confidently predict that the Per WIND. ,

bers of the fire department and a number now being erected in our city and that grave of their departed brother. nandina Star under the direction of: The prevailing winds;: are from the 1 -

of other friends at the fire station have been erected in recent years is Rev. R. V. Atkisson, of the Methodist its new editor and owner will be a northeast '. .i
ECHOES OF THE BANQUET. ro
last night antI the feast was an excellent an index pointing to the fact that church, officiated at the funeral I I decisive and influential factor in helping i The average hourly velocity of the, t

one. Ocala's itinerant population is in- and the words spoken by him were I along her growth. wind is 7 miles. '

i increasing very rapidly.A very beautiful and full of comfort. He From Thursday Daily. I The highest velocity of the wind t
I The banquet given by Messr Mclver
Miss Bettie Mclver, who has beetspending I was assisted by Rev. F. R. Bridges The Right Name. was 57 miles from the southwest: on :
Large Wedding at Lakeland. & MacKay on New Year's evening Mr. Augustus :Sherp: the popular
t the Christmas holidays; in the presiding elder. and by Rev. C. C January 7,
I to their employees and the b'-i-: overseer of the poor, at Fort Madison, 1903.A.
Ocala with her parents, left Wednesday I I I Carroll of the Baptist church, arid J. MITCHELL,
The home of Mr. and Mrs. A. B.Brassell ness men of Ocala ,.va- the .ag.'sr : la., says "Dr. King's New Life Pills -'
for Red Springs, N. C., where shyattends :: two; sweet hymns were sung by are rightly named; they act more Weather Bureau.
j of Lakeland;: was the scenE I function of the: kind ever given: han. .\'
the Southern Conservatory ol i viessrs. J. J. and Albert Gerig, Mrs. I agreeably do more good and make '
of a beautiful home wedding December individual 1 f firm] in this ci
y. one feel better than other iax-
This Miss :Mclver's first Mrs W. M. Coin. I : any
Music. was G. R. McKean and HANDSOME: NEW YEAR PRESENT.
27, at 4:30 p. m.. when Mr. Albert I I Covers were laid fog seventyfiveor alive" Garanteed to cure biliousness \
visit home in nearly two years and The pall bearers were Messrs. W. J. I
Olin! Da>tcn and Miss Rubye E. Bras more and the gut-ste were seated and constipation. 25: cents at
her friends all enjoyed. her visit im Chambers. M. Little, T. W. Trox- I Tydings & Co.'s Drug Store. m What the Florida East Coas Did For :
1 sell were united in marriage. The mar from nine until,one o'clock.
mensely.Mr., ler, Jake Brown and J. W. Sylvester I -- Its Employees. ;
riage was solemnized in the spacious \\lien the hour of twelve arrived Rev. Louis Warren Well Known in il"
I and Messrs. Smith & Roberts were ia '
Edd Pittman, who is operating a t reception hall, which had been converted an.I the stu.ts were feeling in an ex- I Macon.A .
charge of the funeral arrangements.From Special to the Ocala Banner: :
large branch furniture store at i by loving hands into veritable hiliratiiig :::!C'.od, :Mr. H. L. Anderson, special dispatch to the Sunday .l
4 the residence the body was taken I St. Agustine. Flavian. 2.-The Florida '
Coleman came up Wednesday morning. bower. funeral actin; as toastmaster, called upon Atlanta Journal from Macon Ga., :4"d .;
to Greenwood cemetery, the I East Coast railway through Mr. J.
lie says that he is doing a fine trade There were quite a number of attendants Judge BuUuck for a speech to express I' says: '
procession being a long one. R. Parrott, its vice-president and general t
I \ and that business during the holidays; : at this wedding, one of the lowered into the I the appreciation of those present for Mr. Louis Bacon Warren, of Texas, f d
After the body was has authorized an advance t
was extraordinarily good. He says, bridesmaids being Miss Annie Ben- the magnificent banquet. The judge has accepted a call to the pastorateof manager, :
Mr. Atkisson spoke a few words in of seven cent. i,
wages per applicable
that the cold wave struck that section net Savage of this city. In speaking Igra\"e arose in response to the call and acquitted the Tabernacle Baptist church in
a short prayer. The mound to all employes of record,
lightly and it will continue to be of her the Tampa Tribune says: himself: in his usual happy I Chicago.' He was born in Macon in fn
I was covered with many beautiful flowers January first, nineteen hundred and i
known as the banner section of the "Miss Savage who is a dainty blonde, the and felicitiotis manner. He said that 1876 and is a son of the late Dr. J. W. ,
ferns and palms sent by various
seven.
I state. wore an exquisite gown of pale blue he remembered some years ago when Warren, who for a number of years .r'
orders and by the friends of the J. P. BECKWITH,
chiffon cloth, trimmed with velvet and I he was united by this firm to join in I II was pastor of the First Baptist churchin j
deceased. Traffic Manager. 1
Mrs. (.'. E. Herrick, of Crystal Rher, liberty silk of the same shade. Her In the death of Mr. Blake Ocala I a 'possum ana potato supper over I II Macon. .jO j

rccumpanit'd by her son and little flowers were white bridesmaid roses." the Commercial bank at which gathered Rev. Louis Warren, before enteringthe
loses a valuable citizen and one that Rev. L. W. Moore Delights His New '11 1
I daughter and by her brother Mr. Joseph Mr. Brassell and his family formerly I only a few friends and when he ministery, practiced law with ,
will be greatly lamented. Congregation on the Heights. .4i
: WiTiajiih.: were in Ocala for several I lived at Dunnellon in this county ,received the iavitation for New Year's I III great success in Macon. He is a grad t,. .1Jt

; Lours:: Wednesday. Mrs. Herrick and the bride has been a frequent visitor FROM THE ANTILLES. he imagined it would be something on I uate of Mercer University and the Rev. L. W. Moore, of the Heights ...;.

and little girl were on their way to to Ocala. II fie order cf the former one and was I II University of Georgia. :Methodist church, recently transferred Jl E

.r Atlanta for a short visit, Mr. Clifford I The Tribune says of the young bride Chamberlain's fits the City Councilman Cough Remedy at Kingston Bene I not prepared for such an elegant col When the Spanish-American war from Ocala to Tampa by the .Florida '

r Herrick jr., was returning to Donald the following: Jamaica.Mr. ,lation. He :aid that he voiced theentiments i broke out he enlisted as a private in conference, delighted two interested J- <

Frazer school at Decatur, Ga., and Mr. "The accomplished bride was rair- of all in expressing his I the Second Georgia regiment. When audiences with well delivered 'J

Williams to Davidson college. N. C.,, ed in Marion county, where for several :: W. O'Reilly Fogarty, who is a pleasure at being present: and he rejoiced -' the Third Georgia regiment was organized !ermons. Rev. Mr. Moore is an impres,1

after fr-emMng the holidays at home. I years previous to her coming to member Jamaica of the, West City Council Indes, writes at Kingston as I in the steady strides of this he was elected captain and I sive figure in the pulpit, posessing a -fe :

I''keland, taught school in the public follows, : "One bottle of Chamberlain's I progressive; firm and that the magnitude chaplain and went with the regiment magnetic presence and a superb flow "1

Q "We are receding a great many re- I :fecLooI.; Her cultivated mind and Cough' Remedy had good effect on a of their busine not only reflected to Cuba. "of language. He is among the chosen h$ .-!

tl.-i.ises to our New Year's appeal. sv't disposition together with her I cough that was giving me trouble credit en Ocala but on this entire I Returning to Macon after the ware I few: public speakers who have the hap- j'y,

One subscriber writes as follows: v derful gift of imparting knowledge I and I think relieved I should if I had have continued been more the section of the state. engaged in newspaper work onto I, >y faculty of invariably choosing the ,""" ::

"Enclosed find one dollar as a New irt.de her one of the most successful I quickly remedy. That it was beneficial and I Mr Harris, the editor of this pajper Macon Telegraph, and remained right verbage to depict their meaning of r -:

Year's gift to the best, purest and and highly esteemed teachers. Since quick in relieving me there is no was next called on as being the here: several years. He received a call relieving long theological discourses -- ._

most up to date weekly newspaper 'in cluing to Lakeland she has steadily doubt and it is my intention to obtain youngest oldest editor on earth. lIe i il to: the Ocala Baptist church, of Ocala, with apt an ctdotes. It is JT -

Florida. I say this in no spirit of added to the laurels gained in Marion." another bottle." For sale by m all l aid bat: ever sine: Adam was tempted Fla., and from there he went to Beaumont treat: to hear him. The Heights and -- ,,' i -.-:

flattery. :May the year 1907 be a Mr. and Mrs. Dayton will. reside in ilruggists. by the fruits of the Garden of Eden Texas. From Beaumont he was be: entire city as well may congratu- --:: .J m .

pleasant one for you and yours anda Tampa. The Lake City university Case. man had been tempted by the edible called to the Tabernacle Baptist I ate; itself upon this ministerial acquisition. -

prosperous one for the Ocala Banc I Judge James W. Locke, in theI'nited things of Earth and notwithstan.ding'' :Lurch, of Chicago.He .-Tamapa Tribune. =

nir.1 Hew to Cure Crilblains. States circuit court, Saturday the'evil that had been said of Mother i has often preached in Atlanta .
, "To enjoy freedom from chilblains! II
r !writes John Kemp, East Otisfield. made an order sustaining the demurrer Kve: every woman finds her way to I md several summers ago he filled the Mr. and 61rs ; Feltham Give Party. ck. rOn

\ Dr. C. W. Lindner, of Anthony, was )ley "I apply Bucklen's Arnica Salve. filed in the suit of the city of Ithe heart and parse: strings of her j II pulpit of Dr. W. W. Lan-lrum at the i .

r. visitor\ to Ocala Wednesday and in- Have used it for Salt Rheum with Lake City et al. vs. the state board of husband by way of the kitchen pantry I first Baptist church, while Dr. Land-I Monday evening Mr. and Mrs. of

the afternoon paid our office a call. excellent results." Guaranteed to cure education et al. bill for injunction, etc. aud lining room and that Messrs. |I lira was away on his vaction. !George FeltLam: entertained about .

.; Dr. Lindner has just recetly return fever burns, wounds sores indolent, frost bites ulcers and, piles skin, The demurrer was made in the attack I Mclver & MacKay; had hit upon 'a hap- I thirty of the younger set at their

; eJ from a trip to the Gulf of Mexico diseases. 25 cents at Tydings & Co.'s male on the bill of complaint' py way of reacting the good111 of j Chamberlain's Cough Remedy a Safe !I home on Lime street. The special ; ;cers fjn

He was away during the severe cold Drug( Store. m because of failure to specifically allege I their friends and fellow citizons.: He ]I Ii buying Medicine a cough for Children.In medicine. for, guest of honor was Miss i Bessie Macmess
vt-ather and says that fish were frozen cf the colossal business I Kay, the bright and charming young '
1 Court News. that the amount in controversy i also spoke :rhildren. never be afraid to buy Chain ,
to death in the gulf. Hundreds:! of I was at least $2,000. exclusive of in.terest that has been built up by this firm '; erlain's Cough Remedy. 'There is no laughter of Sir. aau Mrs. George Mac,

I I) these frozen and benumber fish were The fall term of the circuit court reconvened and costs. Ifrom a very humble beginning by assiduous j, langer from it anri relief i is always <; Kay.The --

raked;: suit of the sea with small rakes ;: in the third story of the The complainants are given until I devotion to the details of their'|:, !sure to for fJUlIIt co,Ighs. is colds intended, croup t'Sp''Cally and- i i i! evening was devoted to the, .' pl 3
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and even porpoises were frozen. amend their I business and a conscientious prdor.I '!aying of entertaining games of all or-
Commercial bank building Wednesday the January rule day to whooping cough, and there is no lwtter J t
Policeman Homer Mil. I mance cf work: entrusted to their :: medicin1: in the world for these dieases. j kind, music was enjoyed, tempting not
sis and the case against -
Mrs. Gorman of Tallahassee, a I frora the moving hands. ; It is nut only a certain cure ]I refreshments served and the young I any
taken A jur'as This suit arises
Dean
up.
was >
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of the late Robt. G. Blake: Mr. for croup, but when given as soon as themselves. It !
ter called on after i i iMr. tolls greatly enjoyed Oft
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Mr. Bittinger vas
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Mr. Robt. secured and he was arraigned, but owing if r the University of Florida he: croupy cough appears will prevent ,; ''
Brooksville;: :
of |
B. Sanders, far Harris and his remarks were exquisitely ] : was one of the pleasantest of the \ "x
. H.II. Gainesville. Thus
r1' and Mr. Britt I to a motion of his attorney, Mr. City to every the attack. Whooping cough isj '
Y Sanders, of Dunnellon of Anderson, court adjourned until effort made by Lake City to compel chaste end ornnate. !!not dangerous when this remedy is ;!! many parties that have been enjoyed ', ,

Sanders, of Hernando, brothers morning when the case was the moving of the university back He spoke along the same lines and : given as directed. It contains no I Iopium 3y the younger set during the holiday :: \ 'REE
Mrs. Blake and Miss Gouley Sanders, yesterday I decoratedthe or other harmful drugs and The remained. until ,
guests
which he season.
with
itit the l owes
This has excited and to restrain establishing
with. case again
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werE'in proceeded be given as confidently to a ba- :
niece nay '
Blake's
of Brooks"illeIrs.. members of this firm were both ifter/hidnight' and saw that the New .:M Y
funeral of considerable interest and a number of i t Gainesville, has failed.Times.Un.Ion. )gas to an adult. For sale by all .,
the city to attend the were present yesterday. beatiful and fragrant ?rug sts. m fear was fittingly ushered In. ':.: {
afternoon. spectators :I I
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-.1:.1I THE ,OCALA BANNERFRANK I THE OLD AND THE NEW YEAR.I ances before the attorney general and I S :rpt ary Taft is now a pronounced''WHY SHOULD WOMEN WANT TO

asked for relief the attorney general candidate for the republican nomination. VOTE? ECZEMA COVERED

.1J The year 1906 is heralded as the j replied that it would be difficult to I 1I Knox and Burrows are trying -

HARRIS Editor. most prosperous year in the historyof proceed without wtinesses and I A conference of southern women
requested hard: ;o head off his nomination.
P. V. Ltavengood Businet Manager the world. There has been no other I to know if actual witneses I .uffragtsts held recently at the Peabody -

.1c year ike it in all the ages. With could be found, to testify. "Will one t An express messenger at Diyton: 0. hotel in Memphis, Tenn.. set HANDS 11 YEARS

1 all the modern inventions and appliances -I thousand witnesses be enough?" was on Christmas day lost packakes containing I for the fololwing as one of their I

of locomotion, both in steam ( Mr I Anderson's query, "because I be- $10,000 in checks. They were reasons for desiring political enfran- .

and electricity, the productions of i f eve I canIirnish' that many,' 'and I scattered all through the streets. I isement: Cracked and Bleeding in Many

\j the earth were so great that is was impossible -| this ended the colloquy.-Tallahassee -- "We ask for the ballot as a solutionof
t 1 The movement on foot :o ncuiinate f Places-Became so Bad that Nail
I to market them. This pros- Sun. i : the race problem. There are over I

perity seems to have been universaland i Senator Daniel for DreidPnt; comes a I MM-'tyO more white women in the I Came Off Rnger Tried Many

I 'INDISCRIMINATE IMMIGRATION little! !ate. Near'y all the states have all the men
that negro Consulted Three
the cornucopia of blessings were .5( rthern states Remedies and ::1.
c CH: I 'I
,WOf/. (:u distributed with an even and impartial I j I II I NOT_WANTED. I declared for Bryan. and women combined. If the womenof Doctors, but Got No Relief-Now n

at.. : hand throughout all lands. I the south were enfranchesed it
( "Give the Ocala The Commoner warns the country Cured and Is Very
us people, says and
enormous
. 3Fn I Great Britain, Germany France. would insure a permanent
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against the movemew to capture tup .
t Japan and the islands of the sea all Banner, "and we can make a paradiseof preponderance of the white race '
I Florida." country in the interest of the "saf:
"record the There and would preclude thenecessity PROUD OF HAVING TRIED
Ir r Motto: The Banner, believing thoseat same story. was and sane" element.At in politics,
The Banner wants
, people, young
expedientsto
spL doubtful
. .. the top well able to take care of prosperity everywhere. old white and for any CUTICURA REMEDIES
't4 people, people, people "
vote.
Florida had her full share. Her turpentine minimize the negro
I themtelves has the annual Christmas dinner at
taken its
T stand in the yellow franchised and disfranchised .I
,
,
\: \ eryta barricades with the common people phosphate, lumber orange the White House President and Mrs --- ,
carried and single, naturalized and Bloxham.
t Governor and Mrs.
O and its and trucking interests fared well in Roosevelt had their "I had eczema on my hands for -'
UI fight will be made for the betterment as only: guests j
anarchist and nihilist
alien.
: -
anything
r this general and universal i about eleven years. The hands cracked
: eII1r a of those at the bottom. I prosper so they are anatomically constructed Representative and Mrs Longworth. The Bartow Record, in discussing I open in many places and bled. One tk
. : Th __ 1 ity. Florida did the biggest tradein I 1 of my fingers was so bad that the nail
t : to wear the bifurcated, and can be -- --- I the rumor that Ex-Governor Bloxham came Off. I had often heard of cures
her history, and all industries
an'tw. FRIDAY JANUARY 4, 1907. pros- called peopte- I The democrats in Missouri propose I will soon wed a lovely Tallahassse by the Cuticura Remedies, but had \ :'

Illg pered. to kill fifty thousand negro republicanvotes noconfidenceintbema.ilhadtriedso i :
to
The Ocala Banner, we are pleasedto The Banner is wrong. woman, says: many remedies, and they all had failed i'1
PlnJh'1 Wrtte it 1907. The editor of this paper was im- by the adoption of an educational "Former GovernorV.. D. Bloxham to cure me. I had seen three doctors, ;
state its full share of this
had clause in her constitution. but got no relief. Finally my bus- ?
h --- -- during visit New has announced that he will never
--- presacd; a recent to
)
the ; Resolute to resolute. general and universal prosperity. It I band said that we would try the Cuti. I
e York, where he saw a great many people. !again seek office. We presume this is cura Remedies so we got a cake of .
did the lsays
er a biggest business in its his I .he Bradenton Jou that
1Ii This was not because the editorof because of his advanced years but the Cuticura Soap a box of Cuticura Ointment ::
t' : Old "Please Remit" will now hold tory and it takes this occasion to its section escaped damage from and two bottles of Cuticura Resol. ,,'.
loift the boards for the Banner had not been accustomed venerable gentleman will shortly vent Pills. Of course I keep Cuticura :A
a spell. thank its patrons and friends for sogenerously the cold to its guavas pineapples,
s'eQ"'h-a at { to looking at people. It is said take unto himself a fair bride. Tall Soap, all the- time- for my. .hands.- .but '"
VI U : and loyally standing by mangoes, alligator pears. the one cake or soap ana nail a box
1 ; The newspaper knocker is generallyin it. that there are such in Marion coun-: hassee will soon be the sene or tnts of Cuticura Ointment cured them. It .

PIYIa'....". hot water. During the it ty, and good ones. too. But the Banner's Ii The cold weather on Christmas was function which will be quite brilliant. is surely a blessing for me to have my .c.
corn year printed twelveand hands well, and f am very proud of -::
dltrel1 editor thinks that people are re general all over the country. No sec-
Brevard has been sixteen pages of its weekly edition having tried Cuticura Remedied, and I'
added
Evbi '. to the list and in its daily edition sensible for the stupenduous wealth L tion seems to have escaped its severities. Twill Be Hunt and Matthews.The recommend them to all suffering with '1
of dry counties. printed eczema. Mrs. Eliza A. Wiley, R. F. D. ;,
ma 'fest on every hand in the nation'smetropolis. i -
lie i- largely more original mtter than any ; Democrat 2, Liscomb Iowa Oct. IS, 1906." ,J
Tallahassee True
ibulld1.h -
.I The Tampa Times says the pineapple previous year.It Bring 'em to the south" shouts Alexander Johnstone Cassett president makes this observation with referenceto p
will strive to do better during
Cl even
-
i were unhurt at Pineallis.Mr. the editor of the Banner. "Of course, of the Pennsylvania railroad, I the organization of the next legislature -
whenaLojd the year 1907. It will not stop ITCHING PIMPLESResulted j
class of is desirable died of heart :
om immigrants more suddenly fealure at his
Lincoln Hully says that school L with its improvements when it gets
than another, but all are desirable home in Philadelphia Friday. "From information we can gather. from Poisoning. Cured 4
libraries are a fad rather than a help. its Mergenthaler typesetting machine
in the south. It is many times and we have inquired into it considerably by Two Sets of Cuticura :
._
comr.'s The Tavares Herald- -thiaks- there is paid for. It hopes to put in a folding better to have ten thousand people I W. J. Bryan in an interview in Topeka within the last few weeks, it Remedies."My :;
and other useful and I '
"
necessary ma.chinE.'s. "
biW > something better in a print shop thana with ten thousand dollars than to Kan., practically admitted that looks almost certain that: Hon. W. husband got a blood disease from
one While the price of labor has he would be a candidate for the demo- wearing woolen underwear. He was \
C cartoon. l.tve one or two individuals with I Hunt Harris will be elected president t\l
they been advanced as well as the priceson all full of pimples and lie had an awful .
S, ---- all many times more than ten thousand cratic presidential nomination. of the next state senate. and that itching. He took a good many so- !
material (
yo\ l No political bees seem to be hunting newspaper some material ( ollars ecause the ten thousand people -, Hon. Eugene S. Matthews will be called blood remedies, and nothing did :_
. Ye having almost doubled in price) Walter Appleton Clark, a well him good. Then we saw in a news. '_ '
the bonnets of our Ocala states must all be fed and must all wear elected speaker of the house of representatives paper about Cuticura Remedies and -
and ,, the weekly Banner will continue to known artist and illustrator, is dead
men. clothes and must live in houses and while quite a number have they cured him after using in all two JI
noise be printed for the low price of one I at his home in New York. Mr. Clark sets of Cuticura Soap, Cuticura Ointment 7
,c add in a hundred ways in the development expressed regrets that Hon. John W ;
-- -- '- and
Cuticura i
Was t dollar per annum and there will be was thirty-one years of age.Additiorialsubscriptionsfor. Resolvent, and now
.
Claude L'Engle's Tallahassee Sun and helpfulness of the coun- I Watson decided not to become a candidate I wouldn't do without Cuticura Soap. ';:g
te. no increase in the rate of the :
i ,a continues to use the pronoun I and Daily try." I, --- -- --- and others regret that Hon Mrs. Harner, WZQ Benners St., Reading, :-
Banner: all advertising contracts will i I the Chi Pa., Jan. 25, 1906."
'Lri in a most pronounced way. The need of the south for more peo- famine sufferers W. McWilliams: was so late in an- ?f
nese to
amounting
act remain the same and in the job department -! CompMe External and Internal Treatment lot'i'
4M1 I I pIe is apparent, but INDISCRIMINATE nouncing." Every Humor of Infants. Children and Adults coo- ;
..,. .. General Kuropatkin's book it is reported all work will be done at a I! 11,000 have been received by the SUIts of Cut un NXJP (25c.) to Cleanse the 5km. -
r immigration is NOT DES IRA.I Cuticura Ointment loOoj' to Heal the Skin and '..@_
has en-seized and confiscated -. price that the lowest margin of profit I American National Red Cross, mak- Cuticura Resolvent (5 Uc.) (or la the form of Charo- :
::. dJ .BLE. The Nashville Banner says that if late Coiled Kite 23c per vial of 60) to Purify tbe '
I. by the Russian authorities.Did will justify. ji ing $6,000 to date. Blood. Sold throughout the world Potter Drug* j'
: d i There is a constant and steady congressmen were paid in proportionto Cfaem. Corp..twte Props. ostoo. Mass.Free. '
.
I We again thank our friends for past I ar1fa1led .Book on stun and Scalp. ;
4 'I no one send Claude L'Engle. of favors and hope that they will rallj stream of immigration to the south Its an ill wind that blows no one the labor they perform and service --" -- '------- -- '". ,, '

,' f I from the north and northwest which : they render, they would be a wide variation -
41..', '. :' the Tallahassee Sun a gall-bladder anda around us with the same measure oi, I good. The thrifty farmer took ad I turians will piace Jennings and Brow-

1!"" Ii" I vinegar bottle for the New Year? loyalty and generosity during the incoming .: IS desirable. and there are classes of vantage of the recent cold spell'I I in salaries. ard on an equal plane with any of 11'their

. '" ,. I foreign immigrants desirable. But ,
slaughtered his hogs and saved his i -- ---- --- predecessors.
year.
TJit Bradentown Herald gives the from an indiscriminate influx from ; Lafayette got $:!S.50 per month for :I
',,: We wish for each and every one oi, meat for the coming season and will I
" il i- Tallahassee Sun a Richmond for its foreign lands- its county convicts, and the Mayo It seems to be
.: our patrons a'er happy and not have to go to the expense of us generally conceded : i:
!' \-' I" Oliver. Forbear. gentlemen, forbear. perous New Year. pros I May the Lord deliver the south. ing the cold storage. Free Press wants to know, "How is that Mr. William Jennings Bryan will '?;;

; ,- New York is crowded with vaga that for high?" Well, by the side of again be a candidate for president. He4
; ; I
' d The President and his family have "
',; MR. ANDERSON'S VISIT TO THE: bonds. The peonage cases prosecutedin Columbia's $30.05, "it ain't so much. will come as near being elected as )
The Masons met last night and duly
., to Mrs. Roosevelt's estate -
country
.. L gone -Lake Index.
!
,. Florida recently afforded examplesof City democrat "
;. CAPITAL. any would come, and with
installed the
elected officers
in Virginia to spend the holidays. newly
t\1....:: men of this class who work the issue
,
: very squarely made the vital
upon
who follows Mr. Herman Benjamin
as
JIt.'! are : Anotherbishop who visited Ocala .ij
----
;,; Christmas gifts aggregating more ijncng the visitors to the capital assidiously to keep from working. W. M.; Mr. J. A. Bouvier, S. last year is dead. Bishop A. Coke question of the people owning the

during the past week )Ir.Herbert I This kind IS NOT WANTED IN railroads or the railroads
was
than $500,0Hl were distributed by W.; Mr. W. D. Graham, J. W.; Dr. J. Smith, of South Carolina who was owning the :-

I employers their L Ai.derson. of Ocala, who came to FLORIDA.The people, he might make the race decidedly
'" Chicago amoug em E. Chace, treasurer and Mr. Jake elected a bishop of the Methodist <
Tallahassee Florida East Coast railway interesttng.-JJackson\"ilIe"
to confer with Flori-
ployees.An AtorneyGeneral Brown, secretary. The retiring.officers Episcopal .church, south, in 1902: diedat
. Ellis in brought more than four thousand men dian. _
relation} to
:F -- ---- a matterof were :Mr. N. I. Gottlieb, W. M.; Mr. Asheville, N. C., on the evening of I
organization is at work to from New York and Philadelphia last J
. secure interest to the people living along
Herman Benjamin. S. W.. and Mr. Sam the 27th. He was 57 years of age. ,"
President Roosevelt's renomination the line of the A.C. L. railway who have winter to work on the extension of Martin J. W. I The popular will has been expressed 'Eb
:
H ;-C'j whether the president is willing or baen suffering with impatience more I that road to Key West. The wages I -- -, The Tallahassee Sun and the Tam and the fiat gone forth that Bryan -t

not. or less pronounced so many months, were generous and the accommida- Racine, Wis., basa romance. The pa Tribune want the office of county mus be the democratic candidate in 1907
I I f
-- -- ---, -, I 0.1 acppimt of the apparant inability tions good. Yet but few of the original daughter of a boarding house keeper treasurer abolished. Alabama gets The effort to sidetrack him has provo '

It Race rioting has broken out afreshin (It tbe ra'Ir oad to furnish proper trans- I number are on the Keys now there took a ride in an automobile in along without that office, the banks .. en entirely futile. The mention of Senator '....

Mississippi, and GOYardaman iwrtation facilities. Mr. Anderson is They quit work and drifted from city Central Park. New York, and by acci attending to the business for the Daniel's name as a southern can -

has ordered troops and gone in personto not only one of the best lawyers in "to city. Jacksonville and Savannah I cent met one of the Standard Oil n*- counties without charge.-L ke City didate created enthusiasm* whatever .
the of the trouble.It .
Patf scene new the state. but he talks well and brilliantly -I paid the transportation of many to I bobs. They were introduced, which in- Index. because the average voter,

f his ready wit. with unfailing I keep them going. They were vaa-- troluction: recently culminated in a fccrct The treasurers seem to be ehaving seemed to have at once opined what
is said that Alexander Johnston
good r.?ture and keen sense of humor bon Is and, having no inclination or in marriage. themselves all right and may as safe it was done for. Bryan is already as _

Casset died a broken-hearted man. He ('\u. when the joke is on himself. tention to earn an honest living they guards serve a useful purpose. Better good as nominated.
was, it is said, hounded to death by A of the of
great many newspapers
the I
dangerous to
IF lending were community.
an added charm to his conversation. let well enough alone. We have -

furious iconoclasts. Discussing the matter Witi Did the editor of the Banner see the i the big cities not only provided thousands been having treasurers since the very The number of men In Jacksonvillewho tI

f th-3 Suns : 'tread line?" Did he walk in the and thousands of big dinners for have passed the two thousand
representative Mr. Anderson formation of the .
government.Mrs.
Colonel Mann, of Town Topics fame .
/ said: "Of course you have read ,I parks and look on the hundreds of unwashed the indigent poor and especially carriers dollar mark is really surprising. They
Watson's ----
Colonel Tom special friend
IF\, tried inew York for perjury, was ;aCC: lint", of tl e meeting held in Ocala !f and inept and adept dodgers; but also provided a number Alexander Trautman, wife of a are here though, in full force and effect -

"prompetly acquitted. Won't Tom be :a short time since for the purpose of I or work? Did he go to the public of Christmas trees loaded down with prominent physician and surgeon of] ; but the great pity is that nota

inaugurating a movement looking to schools and see the teachers struggling presents. The newspapers helped to New York, w vindicated in Police single one of them is engaged in
collar. Ii ,
hot under the _
I
e better.pg; couduions in transportation I! with a mass of motley little Da make the Christmas more cheerful. Court of the charge of larceny preferred literary or any other pursuits that

i matters wl--ch are distressing. I I goes who don't know a word of United ---- .. -- by Peter J. Hogan, who caused can make the world any sadder when .
There were nearly 5.000 deaths inl.ol'isdlle The yellow journals coatinue to
IF L LI last year or one for en'I1'iZ hale betn employed to represent the I I States and pollute the atmosphere ighten the country by imaginary I her arrest on Chistmas eve. Hoganwas is dead and gone. Their one aim I-

complainant the people and I am I with gibberish and garlic? arrested on the charge of assault and craze seems to be to accumulate
z of her inhabitants. To have reached
I stories of the Japanese planning war I
here tQ ask the Attorney General to I If any southern man is discontentedwith I preferred by Mrs. Tautman. The arrest more money. But for God's sake. what
that average Ocala would havehave against the United States. These jour- for
?
.c commence mandamus or other proct' this section let him go to New I caused a great deal of indignationin -Jacksonville Floridian.
bad 100 deaths. n3!; proclaim that the Japs will simultaneously
\>dins to compel the Atlantic CoastLine i York and see the people that the I Nevr York and throughout the coun ----- ---=
j
----- effort to spring Mr. W. D.
begin an Cam
I' editor of the Banner But let : It was discovered thattrs.. Elected President.
railroad saw. try.
II I J'jui s J. Hill. the great to perform its duties as a common Hon. t
a revolution against the United W. D. Cam
I of this
New York KEEP ITS Trautman has a "double.-a woman city, superintendent -
'
wizard, will not retire from the presidency cai -ler. Some one in the group COXGLOMERI
.States. Cuba, the Hawaiian Islands of the
of the Great Northern railroad about ?Ir Anderson interrupted him !:ATE PEOPLE THERE-we don't I well known to the police of the me- instruction board of public j
the
and Philippines. for
i. company: in July as has been rei ort- to explain that he had been selected i want them. I tropolis. Mrs. Trautman was put ina one of the best Marion county. and

- t'\ Ito represent the people in their suit:' Until some certain way is studiedout A correspondent 'writing from Augusta common cell with all sorts of des the known educators in /._

< - } aiaitit tho railroad, in order to eliminate -, for inducing desirable immigrantsto I says: "The new Georgia & Florida perate and dissolute characters. I the Florida state was elected president of .Ij't f.,
1 Uncle Joe Cannon tells all comers. Educational \ n.f..ti.(.','" .
while to keep the -
from the come operating
proceedings any suspicion Railway Co., will certainly provea which held
1tt "I'm only a farmer." But won't he be, t I from the their annual meeting at Uf'
of its being a political move, undesirable kind away it is better to success, as it is A paragraph Tallahassee St.

nil mad if the presidential nomination L as Mr. Ai'derson has long since sever-1! depend for growth upon., the natural stated that sufficient authoritativelyj i True Democrat which has been going This'is Augustine last week. ,

leaves him in the furrow?-Atlanta ed his connection with the republican i infiux of people. hand to push the construction of the (the rounds of the press. to the effect most a very signal honor and one ,-

tt t Constitution. 'parly. "Yes." said that gentleman I j When people come unbidden from road to a finish, and within a year Ii that Bloxham and Fleming were the I man worthily could have bestowed. No better ;;

without the farms of the west and northwest I only ex-governors living of the old been selected for
UNITI. a smile. though the smile was trains may be operating from here die this
If Roosevelt can secure an opinion position
and
:, there, "and when I announced the fact:' they come to make homes. rect to Florida." i j i I school, true and tried, has been chal- I the whole of Marion ,
from the court declaring the county feels
IitltU' supreme that I THESE ARE DESIRABLE IMMI \longed by the Bronson TimeaDemoicrat. honored in Mr. Cam's .- -
m I was no longer a member of the At i mass meeting held in San Francisco election.
constitutional would
income tax it go' I He is
'I republican party a committee of democrats I'GRANTS. resolutions ; The True Democrat said that it an enthusiastic work
i recently were passed ] t er and
th down in history as the most important will perform the
and eetion ; -accomplishment of his administration. I waited on me and invited me to Ibey are seeking the south where i, \oGlng' President Roosevelt for was a "pity those who have followed new office in duties of his

We." -Pensacola Journal. (cast in my lot with them. I. told them .1.1I 'the climate doesn't freeze the ambitions!''I his message and Secretary Metcalffor since the days of active public life I The other a manner most worthy. "

t.' that he ;ard where lands be do not command that same universal I officers elected wereT' :
I republicans had kicked me may bought at his.report of the Japanese situationin \ ;.
.4)
wlrkfUuU. r
) L j Few names will go down more hon .out. but I'd stay out of the democratic reason Me prices. California. The San Franciscoans love and respect" and the Bronson editor ford, of :\Irs. R. A. Ruth r.
Jacksonville.Secretary
'ILS t'dlted it .4 .. 'I ored than that of the Baroness Buri party from choice.:' and after > This is the class now engaged in de- declare that the Japanese are a greateripeuice I brings to light some forgotten J. G. I IicePresident. "

very the largeriwneratioi.paT\ i -dett-Coutts, who passed away in i the laugh that followed this the question -" \ :?: :opir.g the Canadian country. It is than the Chinese. Mayor I I history in the following manner: j jI see. Kellum, of Tallahas- i/

r English home at the age of 92. herj j was raised as to who IS a demo- 't> most desirable class to be had, I Schmitz went so far as to say. that I Dear dear! how time dulls the memory Treasurer <,

that hilologlt"tbe\A" will occupy a front rank among the I crat. "Ill give you the Kentuckian's' :!a n'. our people would do better to I he would be willing to lay-down his !I of man! If the True Democrat I Com, Superintendent J. C. I

.
Ittsperltotbei4 ?} philanthropists of her times. definition of a democrat," said :Mr. An- make an effort to get this kind than life fighting back the Japanese hordes. i(would hark back to the old days of I :

the bufhejuon --- derson. "He is a fellow who chews 'II to brini raw recruits from abroad. j ,!the' Bloxham regime it would recall Mr. FarriTBuried--at-------- ; .

iviubettte; &'
\ its 41st year.'hen it ..$hall how to swear, and some of 'em can i f raries have not had so sweet a inor-;ivently "cussed" than he. The Disston The funeral services :

tare completed its 50th .ear-its gold. read." ;; Attorney General Young of Iinne-: sel under their tongues as the disbanding -!sale scandal alone caused Bloxham j of the over the remains -
) I late A. .
I -en anniversay will celebrate the Mr. Anderson's mission to the capital --( s ota Sled yesterday his suit to pre- of the negro battalion since ) to be painted so black that Jennings !held at ten o'clock O. Farris were .;-

', event in a manner befitting the occa- was successful, as he succeeded in vent the proposed $o.O(O.'tt) issue of i the days of reconstruction and they j and Broward would appear as angels !' the undertaking Friday morning at ,

sion. I,getting the attorney general to promise ': new stock by the Great Northern rail 'are making the most of it. We do not !beside him. Bro. Collins is too old to'|iver & MacKay.parlors of Messrs Mo
INTER I
lit w Undertaker
-:-- .-- "to meet the committee at Ocala Thurs- ay. ,Ooabt for a moment that if this had !;::make such breaks, even for the sake of j Owens, in charge. Alt.

) Taft is a Goliah and beside him day of this week to consider the best been a white battalion and had been i reflecting on a governor whom he does Rev C. C. %

tbt'hI5Ttcitia1 41 Bryan is a nere stripling David. But I means to be used in attaining this end A Washington dispatch to a Chicago I dismissed for the same offense that I;not like.-Pensacola Journal. Yes, II church, officiated.Carroll, of the Baptist

aL : E when the two meet face to face as desired. There is no doubt that the ;I paper says there is to be a new and I I.the iaiiaent would have passed almost !i I;and Fleming did not escape criticism I taken tcr Greenwood The remains were

GETI'--: the representatives of two great contending people are in earnest and proceedings ndependent;: report by Commissioner without notice. The great fanfaranade j
V parties will history repeat itself against the railroad will be instituted I i I Iat S argent on the Japanese immigration raa-.ic over it; by oar esteemed contem-' was done through a mistake. j: place. in their last restIng .
Fouvli question, and
,
c iii I ? Does the bible story point ar.Joral.ald as early an date as the nature of; th:, president when it is completed porories across the line is not because. I j i The delegates believing that they were I The body wag

a&i' r adorn a tale reaching down the case will permit. ': ,n-ess e with will transmit it to Con- they love the negro moy but is be-p i voting for his brother-the matcbtew'; .city by Mr. Farrissen accompanied to this

, to our times? Mr. Anderson has laid his grier- | another message, making I cause they love the southern white j]Louis I. Fleming. Bat all in turn were { Farris at JUdge I. L
rt he third en this I whose home In .r
f subject. Jacksonnl1e '
," man less j If:good men and good governors. m-.I.(t he death occurred.



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IN THE PROSPHATE FIELD. CATARRH AND CATARRHAL

iO HEADACHES McIVEl} MACKflY

s The Supreme Court of Florida Hands are quickly relieved by Nosena. It tisLtO

Down Decision in Rate Case-
ccotne the congested membranes al ; r
: : A Boston schoolboy was; tall, O Shipments-Scarcity of Rail lays inflammations and thoroughly FURNITURE DEALERS ,

.' : weak and sickly. road Equipment.On heal and cleanses. It keeps moist S,
t WE CARRY EVERYTHING IN THE LINE OF IU-
tQI 4
all -!.e passages whose tendency is .. .;; leon

: His arms were soft and flabby. the 3rd of December, the su. to thicken and become dry. Cures House Furnishings Parlor Suits
i:
4> cotes, throat troubles, hearsness, hay
preme court of the United States Rugs Art Squares and Mattings. In Leather, Upholstered and Reed .
He didn't have muscle in his
.) a strong 4 fever, "stopped-up" nose, breathing

t entire body. 0 handed down its decision in the case through mouth while sleeping, offers Bed Room Suits Dining Room Suits

of the Florida Roilroad Commission j she Breath, etc. It is antiseptic and !- S,
4 In Mahogany Birch, Birdseye of all kinds-Mohogany and Oak.China .
. agianst the Seaboard Air Line railway I contair.s no chemicals or drugs hav
The who had attended Maple and Oak.
t physician 4 and the Atlantic Coast Line, involving ing a narcotic effect, or that can cause and Crockery '- on

.0. the family for thirty years prescribedScoffs 4 the right of the commissionto the dreg "habit.: Mission Furniture Complete line-Dinner Sets and .fnt.tad

- ) Emulsion. 4 i I A Great Outside Remedy. In all the different finishes Odd Pieces : rs
fix a maximum rate for the trans- Most pains are of local origin-a 1)orthe)

t 0 portation of phosphate rock in flor- "crick" in the back at winge of rheu-

matism, a soerness all over from a .
0 NOW : 0 ida.The cold-are all cured by outside appli- All Kinds of Bed and Table Linens, Lace Curtains, Portiers brs fIn
rate announced by the Florida
o 4 cation. The quickest, saftst and most and Goods
Commission is one cent Allcock's Plasters, Upholstering \lIT
.e- Railrod per certain remedy is
tOt To feel that arm 'fitat
boy's
you ton per mile, which rate ordered effective known all over the world as a universal Heaters Cook StovesFull
Ranges
would think he was apprenticed to a 4 I January 15, 1904. The railroads remedy for pain. They never fail, er
W'oQI 4THE they act promptly, they are clean and Line of
Up-to-date Pictures framed and unframed and Pic-
refused to out this order on the ,
I blacksmith.ALL carry You right ahead with
t9 cheap. can go fee
ture Full stock of
1 tCa ground that it was unreasonable, and your work while the healing process Mouldings.

would result in depriving them of goes on. Sixty years' use have given of

t DRUCCISTS: SOc. AND $1.00.. property without due process of law. them a great Guarantee reputation.We Satisfaction. Farm and Turpentine Wagons, Buggies, Harness and Saddles atice j


O OOOOOOOOOOOO6O The commission thereupon asked fora J. A. Brogdon, of the National Sign Exclusive sale of the best wagon on earth-the Studebaker.And iceid

O writ of mandamus compelling the Co. Dayton, 0.. writes under the date carry the very best line of High Grade Buggies and Carriages.BUIldtng .;,
I 12 1906 Nosena is the only DiTill- :
-- -- railroads to comply with this order. of Oct. ,
preparation I have ever used that relieves !
; TURPENTINE MARKET.I I I sales 334.-Savannah Naval Stores This was granted by the supreme my affliction so speedily and Brick, Lime,&Ster'! Paints andMfltPrinl i 'to.
Review. court of Florida. An appeal ws taken pleasantly. I am getting the first real HaIr, I) ,

by the railroads to the federal supreme Measure out of breathing that I have .4 .J-

Dark Rosins Reach High Water How Many Eggs Did Jones Buy? court, with the result that the experienced since I contracted would not catarrhsix buy I FIl'ntkote Roofing, Oils I) ..iN1 3
Money -
I* Mark I decision of the Florida court was years ago. White Lead, Varnishes, Etc. -
could
not
by tube of Nosena if I get : 0'-
H' The Puzzle Editor of the Atlanta affirmed.It another. Wall Paper. Alabastine and Magnite Wall Paints. \ --' .
.
Holiday week, did after all ring Georgian says that just as Jones was is the belief of many that this Buy Nosena from Tyding's Drug Call and give us a trial. SQ ,We will not be undersold and will please you ; '

surprise to both departments or leaving his home on Peachtree street decision will be the cause of diverting store and get your money back if not '
a tube and bookletby '- .
natal stores. There was the dullnes yesterday, his wife called after him: phosphate shipments from Savnnah satisfied.mail 10 Sample cents. Mclver & Mackay. .ilce.'

that was expected, and the decline "Don't forget to drop in at the corner md Brunswick to Florida ports. Shippers Brown :Manufacturing Co., St. Louis .. p.i::
,
and order shent to the Ii have paid and are still paying Greenville, Tenn.
! that were looked (or. but the dulnes I some eggs up \Io., and ;,

st-emed briefer than usual and the house right away. You know the freight' acocrding to the tariff rates --- ,.i'-:14.: .

.. "_ declines were suddenly! checked and !I Smiths are coming over to dinner thi issued by the railroads. There ha; An Elegant Dinner. f.rt

)! succeded by an upward trend: that:[evening, and I've really got to bak been a general reduction in freight (
jes.I
baked commission's order was is At their home in the southern par
common rosins higher than''some cake. Everpiece of cake since the
some t",
put
I' they have yet been and had spirit I for Christmas has been devoured.:" sued, but from. many points the rates of the city, Mr. and Mrs. W. number E. Woods of, .f ,:f' :"1;

. turpentine within a quarter cent of I "All right," answered Jones, and are still greatly in excess of the com gave an elegant dinner to a -" 1"'

its top notch so far for this seasoi I mindful of his promise he stepped into mission rate of one cent per ton per their friends on Sunday. C
Twenty-five were seated at the< Jlerho
the grocery. mile.
-
;s Turps to begin with, did go off, but I I I "Hello," said Jenks, the grocer The matter of the commission's able, which was bountifully loaded

only reached CG cents, a drop of a hal i "Don't often see you. What can I do I rate was before the court for practically with all manner of good things to Ocala House Wine Rooms \tgoCk--

: cent. Wednesday brought an in- for you this morning?" three years. During November, eat. At one end of the table was an }ur-

pro>ement, GG1-2 cents again, and "How much are your best eggs?" 1903, the commissioners met and immense turkey, while at the othe: ) .
2- of the of the phosphate I end a roast pig with an apple in its: }ed.
then an exporting interest displayed a 'asked Jones. I heard complaints TRY OUR

: bullish tendency that has quite frt- "Well," said Jenks, "two more thai! i shippers over the phosphate.mouth, held sway. Ham, oysters vegetables -

I. quently marked it and voluntaril,)' I am now selling for twenty-four cent i rates at which meeting all the rail of all kinds and many other: r

boosted the market to 671-2 and 67 ']--I would make them two cents less thai roads interested were represented by delicacies were served and no more OLD flLLEGHANy a
II dinner has ever been served -
delicious
cents, with only small purchases at they now are. their own counsel and chief officials l'Jf :

the last figures on Friday afternoon "All right," said Jones. "Send twen- i In December 1903, the commissioners, in Ocala. 1-4t '

and other buyers securing some stuff.. ty-four cents worth over to the house I II believing the rates then in effect were Th friends of Mr. and Mrs. Wood;; It_ '
I
I later in the afternoon at G7 1-.: Shtyelfht i I right away. My wife is waiting for: :too high, made an order fixing the rate that were so forunate as to be present PURE RYE.Put 4: .5
I loud in their praises of the ';
ton ol are
has been the highest quota i them. on phosphate at one cent per J

tlons for this season, so the mark How many eggs did he buy? Afte: I I two thousand pounds per mile, which dinner and of the kindly hospitality Idiam-

t-f on the lift given it yesterday was''!he reached the office he started to< i order was to be affective January 15,, of their host and hostess. .j J

.
within a quarter cent of the high wa figure it out before he got through ,190t. This the rail rods refused to carry ,

ter record for the season to date he was nearly crazy. Then he gave j I out. The New Year Ball. up 4 full Qts tnd

Receipts for the week were of moderate the problem to the bookkeeper, wh I i In'order to enforce this rate, the the

"" proportions even for new, which also came to grief over it. I I commission filed writs of mandamusin One of the pleasant social events, of in Cartoons w. '{
i the New Year bal Fancy .
alternative the holidays was ro-
assisted those inclined to put nev March, 1904, and the !
The Elk's Social Session I writs were granted. In April the mat- at Yonge's hall. ( }
test the market. There are only;
ty
\f I the courtof Quite a large number of the 'oungpeople Delivered at >ere .
carried to
f... a few days of fairly large receipts nov The beautiful club rooms of the Elks ter was supreme were in attendance and spent your :iJienJJ11'
and during June, 1904,
Florida,
: and then it comes to the small tail thrown Monday night tc I ,
were open the evening most delightfully.The
f wil this court rendered its decision in Office lion
lots. Interests
end-of the-season Express ;
:
t, their friends and a very delightfu program included sixteen numbers -
favor of the commission. More time ar-
and I
: accordingly center more more "social session" was the result. I and several extras, the music "

for the next few weeks in the future The affair was entirely: informal nc!I was granted the railroads in July, I II being supplied by little Miss EthelHa.craft and t!
,; when moved to quash the returns
'. for thnew they For $3.20
; market and In the prepartions < invitations having been issued and and Frank Mathews. rthip- i
I which was granted in part. In Oc- j jrlr
will
factors ,
: crop. Futures say I quite a large number of the ladies I court The dancing was continued until '
i not be sold at all freely unless a very. of the city were tober.: 190 I. the Florida supreme of
and gentlemen pres, midnight and the large number : five
". tempting price is paid. As to crop of! i ruled that one cent was not unreasonable Regular $1.00 Quart Whiskey write foi 1
ent to partake of the hospitality 'I' and did not deprive the railroads the young society crowd, who were a ; line -1
3
prospects, factors are a unit in predicting organization, the mem .
this popular the evening.The
greatly enjoyed ck.
,
without due present
i of their property omplcte I Price list. .
a smaller output next yeas bers which planned this evening in i! presence of several of the young at
without -
of law, nor equal protection '
than this. Of course the consumIng order that the new year might have process college girls and boys, who are home '/-0, ionthe
The wento
under the law. case
trade is apt to take this cum welcome from our citizens : added )29) .j
pleasureo
a warm the holidays lent an
for
1 the United States supreme courtn
gr&no sails, a way the consuming trade and that they might bid adieu to the : evening. Ocala House Wine Rooms.OCALA.
I November 1904, where it has been : the and
generally has. But the factors seem old year, which died at I .
prosperous II
belief I until the 3rd of December, 1906, when .tt>rth t.
very much in earnest in the .
midnight.The he decision of the Florida court was FLORIDA.Biggest ;am-
they express and state that their evening was spent in various ?tt'ufestitottai. ':lore

views are thoroughly well founded. pleasant ways-dancing, card playing Lffirmed. .--- -- ............... -..". ---- - .,:this :
Earlier in the year it seemed that :
a, Rosins also suffered a slight tie billiards, social conversation, etc. All L BI.ALOCK >;
K. D FCLX.HK.
his year's shipments would be far inj.cess -907, f
pression, not enough to induce anyone Of the rooms were turned over to I f.'ULLE: :& aLrtLOCK.Dentists. (said
of the At the "
previous
year.
to rush around to scoop in the the guests, who were told to enjoy purt
end of August the increase over last sown
offerings. The depression was of themselves: in the way they most en- Over Murrae: & Chamblibj Bank Ocala,Map ':qoP-
even less l moment that that in the )ear was 53,000 tons, but up to this 1and :

joyed. ime, with only one more month to
turpentine market and was succeeded An. orchestra furnished music I I K.P'GGS. ___ I! ';else !

t by an upward tendency that brought throughout the evening and a dainty un, 1906 shipments are only 14,000ons .Vi fORNEY-A'l'-i.AIV. I II, -- .-- 4 In.
I I ahead of 1905.S December last
advances and closed the week showing i t said
the treats -
J supper was among prepared (Office in Gary-izne: atott.tCALA. t I'

;/. an improvement of 7 1-2 cents on FF. for the guests. ,I of)ear hard showed rock, very and heavy as: December shipments of ) P" ,n-l j;, ....... .................. ;1
unto
6 on E, 7 1-2 on D and below. Window- The Elks is the most popular social
r glass closed 10 cents below closing : organization in this country and they his year will hardly show more than I'DWISPF.;E ::B. 1 of ilber.
.
'**" he the total shipments of ,
4 ,price Previous Friday. Receipts. Lave a large membership in Ocala. Its average a'1'T'UNF.Y-.t'1'-furW. -" 1

H' ." were quite heavy 15.013 barrels for i I a very papular lodge and their social he two years will be about equal. ..JC.\LA. --*y- FI.O"1-: Yaluos i SftiIfs : a Jrt.
': First, the miners had the rainy j
the lower --- -
\ -X week nearly all grades as. ; evenings are always thoroughly
of. eason to contend with. Now that the K. CK.r c.
is will be seen from the statement lelightful and the reception given by , rainy season is: over and the mines
aaels.i hem Monday night was marked by a DE -rIST. 12-21 )
:
\ j The darkest rosins are now higher. delightful informality and cordial ha-e about resumed their normal production OCALA. PL ...--
\i" it is almost impossible to ---- -
than they have yet been this season fellowship. OF '
r good hip the rock, and it is a most difficult I.. SISTKCNK. I@I NEW i
although there are someeeks of I CARLOS I ARRIVALS '
matter to obtain railrod cars for load-
heavy offerings ahead. The demand Florida's railroad commission is A7TORNEY.AT.lflW. I'Sthe
ing, and, when the cars are placednd : .
seems to require everything coming working on a plan to compel railroadso I' RM"I th" ..'C B ijHnjo .
loaded it is serious problem to
a
:!
to market at this time. furnish cars to shippers with reasonable J
I have them hauled to port. The car : his i
and also to move SHOES
promptness
This (Saturday a. m., at 10 o'clock cars; in the direction of their destina- supply is distressingly short, and the 00000 0 0 0 000 BROWN'S 'ehty

r, posted sales: of rosins showed a fur- without undue delay. Failure to motive power is: also lacking. It is t : o i
I and
lon .
the sincere hope of all concerned that : For the Feet. '
ther advance of 5 cents on H, 21-2: jomply with these regulations is to o. .0 for

,y cents on G. F. D. and below. Receipts: be: punishable by a fine in proportiono conditions will be more favorble after -I O. .0 ,. If ot -

."_ UH; sales 370S. Quotations: W\V the delays. Eudently the poor the New Lear.-American Fertilizer. -I O. Dr. D. M. BONEY, 0 red.

..J8.S5; WO $G.G5; N $6.00; M $5.50: ailroad! service Florida shippers have I 0' Eyesight Specialist 0 : WARM UNDERWEAR i ;

K $5.15; I $1.50; H $4.30; G $-t.111-:!; been geting lately has not been f J.2.6m_
November Phosphate Shipments.;
F $4.15: E $410; D $4.10; C-A $1.10. detriment.-New York PackDIRECTORS For the Body. I .
vholly a
:
From Port Tamp, 29,937 tons: from :
Spirits firm, tii I.:!. receipts SStJ:
1
er. Punta Gorda, l.S'K' ) tons; from Fer- -

!(.. ..,; nandina, 10,373:! tons: from S3.\'annah.1 e At Prices that will not Pinch the Pocket.Ml ..

...w-"'<'SIo' b.--- 11,266 tons; from Brunswick, 3,917 I itockt -
'. I Co., :
:
: : tons: from Pensacola, 6.119 tons: scalarT

< from Port Inglis, 14,050; tons. ;. of

: i R. S. Hall George MacKay J. K. Christian: A AND D Bnr SUiTS i.
II. .\. Ford Z. C. Chamblws,, Twelve Yards of Sales. PANTS 4

J- B. Brooks,, The Variety Store did the biggest =SeersLstness
T. T. Munroe
:> aa:' business in its history on Christmas .
----- At Cut Prices.
--- i
-- ----- ee and had its sales for that day I ;
facilities ths! Bank I o 1 make a specialty of 0
its excellent all numbered on a numbering machine i 1
In addition to !
O. correcting eyes wnere 0th' 0 a ___ .
and they fill a column over : ---- J'i
and O' ers fail. 0 ri
good
capable | Q
has the advaetage of a competent, twelve yards long or thirty.sewn and o Satisfaction guaranteed 0

+ockholders.t a half feet. This enterprising firm' O' or refunded. 0 ;,
of S money
; t Board of Directors and a strong body has this long slip on exhibition in its O. --- .0 i THE FAIR ; :. f8not .4 4

--- show window and it is something 0' OPTICAL PARLORS 0 gall

unique in character. This firm in all O' 2 and .t Gary Building. 0 1, for

NATIONAL! BANK i I made more individual cash o Ocala, Florida. 0 I what 1

:. THE CENTRAL ,: sales probability on that day than ever made by O' 0 : A. L. WEBB; Prop. x

O. 0
OF OCALA, i any other firm doing business in Ocala r:
e

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CRY OF "ROBBERY." ni.tlion of the Sun Brothers throughout THE MAN BEHIND THE HOE.

M F : America shall not be jeopardizedby RHEINAUER & COMPANY
Cheated affairs ,Let no one sing of slanted brow 4
i- Florida Growers Say They are allowing any catchpenny ,
who tills the soil
On him ;
By Dishonest Commission Men. to be connected with their show. Fifty

great celebrated artists will appear at The farmer loves the faithful earth, The Mercantile House in Ocala.
leading
It has been suggested by a prominent every performance. Fully two hours of And loves his daily tojl.'Tis .

local orange grower that it would enjoyment is afforded. Let all attend. trie his back may curve a wee,

be a good Idea if the growers and Two performances daily, rain or I By bending over so;

shippers of the state could get together shine, 2 and 8 p. m. Watch for the But all his heart is straight and true- In our Ladies' Ready-to-Wear Department we have been more than ordinarilybusy

and form a blacklist of the dishonest grand free street parade day of showat The man behind the hoe. all this season, for the Dimple reason that our offerings! appeal 10 the Ladies with

.1 commission merchants. It is 12 o'clock, noon. taste and an inclination towards economy

said that every season the shippers No gambling or games of chance allowed Let no one sing of narrowed soul,

:"i: of fruit are swindled out of a considerable with Sun Brothers' Shows. We Of him who turns the sod; Ladies Ready to Wear Tailored Suits in Broadcloth, Fancy 1

. !'Tis his to breathe the virgin air, ..
..J." portion of their profits by those carry our own electric light plant.
f sharks, who through fair promises and (And feel the kiss of God. \Veaves and Silks. Prices range from $ 3.50 to 27.00.

\ catchy circulars and advertisements, The Swear-Offs. 'Tis his to see the mysteriesOf

\t;. i' 1' secure shipments of fruit, and then, "I am going to take my vacation ,nature come and go, RAIN COATS and CLOAKS

through one pretext or another virtually The budding plant, the perfect seed,
next week," said the bartender, as he
;t. C1 steal the whole shipment. If tried to dry the bar with a wet cloth. The man behind the hoe. W-inch Cruvcuette Coats iu grey, black and tan at . ,Sd.OO. .50.. 10.00 and lo.Uu

ei ] the growers and shippers could get take mine then too," said a )(}-in. Br.iddclorh Coats, in grey, black and ton, for dress occasions, $10.0012.00, 1A.OO. 2? '.0i

e together in some way at the end of "I'll 'Tis him to feel the spring's first thrill, Plaid: Auto Louj Coats, latest effects. for . . . . . . . 84.6010 I U, loA '

-iT ., "irh season and compare notes, these clerk"Strange in a cigar time store.for a vacation,' said With hint of bluebird's wing; Big selection of Children's Lone Coats, ages 1 to 16 yrs, prices range from i 11.50< to 8.50 _
anI'i 'Tis his to smell he clover sweet,
I
Tulturea could be eliminated entirely
the skate salesman. Silk Waists in Mesaliiie. Taftetta and Habutai r i
and it would tend to make the comrrUlson "Nit it's the best time. It's the And hear the thrushes sing; : .
;
Pift.' merchants who are honest best time in the year," said the bar 'Tis his to see the meadows wave Elaborately trimmed and well tailored, from:*3U0 to 7.00 .

1I: out careless, more careful in making Like rippling waters slow;

lflr Ibeir returns.-Kissimee (Fla.) Valley tender."Drink mixers and tobacconists and All sweetest sights and sounds are DRESS GOODS

Gazette. his,
club attendants are in no demand at
sh The man behind the hoe.
all the first two weeks of January. It's We make special mention of the! RHEINAUER'S BLACK HIGH FOREIGN BROADCLOTH.High
81' ; A Welcome Visitor.
the swear-offs. celebrated SILKS' i, LUSTRE TAFFETA SILK manufac- Grade, chiffon finished
of The first big show of the season will 'Tis his to watch the springing corn following excellent quality
"Men swear off drinking and smoak- I itured exclusively for us by C. J. Bonnet
PI visit this place on Wednesday January And feel the freshning rain, : 52'inches WI.d'in black and all
ing and club visiting the first of the & Cie., Lyons, France; 36 inches
e1 9tn. 'Tis him to smell the blossoming grape '
di year, and they keep the pledge for ten THE MAXIINE-at S9 cents; every wide, at . . . . .$1.49 the leading shades for street wear,
,- Surely this Item of news will please days. So natural it's in them ten And see the ripening grain. yard guaranteed; in all the leading per yard. . . '. . $1.00
the young: folks, the children and the 'Tis his to pluck the golden yield
bartenders and cigar
days that most shades.
lie 1 ) older ones also. Sun Brothers' Worlds From fruit trees bending low; SPECIAL-
store clerks and club servants take f
Lu 'j Progressive Railroad Show is one that Bulle- Why, heaven itself lies all about Yard-wide Taffeta at. .75e and 98c EOLIENNE de LUXE -42 iuches

try ; has'a good standing record for prowl their vacation.-Phila.elphia The man behind the hoe. MONEYBAK TAFFETA Your I CHIFFON PANAMA- Black, grey
tin. _- wide, in all the popular evening
Eent'ng' a good performance in its ----- money back if not satisfactory; 36 :and all the other popular shades, rang-

aLe lines and elevated stages in the good SEALSKINS CHEAPER. Oh, blest the man whose lot is cast inches wide; standard price, .$1.501ing! in price from 50 cents to.$1.25lshades i I ; special value at . .59 c
l1rt old style. Sun Brothers run their show Thus close to nature's heart;

Tb' strictly on business and moral princico Special to the Ocala Banner: What need has he of millions stored, ..... "' .. ---. ..f- --

pies. Nothing Is permitted to appear London, Jan. 2.-At Lamshons sale Who of the whole is part.

one that will mar the pleasure of the skep- today sealskins! fetched $22, while up What need has he of bank or bond, Slue
Clothing Department Department
the: tically inclined. Neither are the usual wards of seven thousand sold for $18. Who works to make things grow; t,

yoU army of fakirs often seen following the All the skins are reported from Ja The only freedom on the globe r

, wake of shows) allowed to follow this pan. The Hudson Bay company are I II Is his behind the hoe.TOWNSEND. STYLISH MEN WINTER AND CLOTHES BOYS. FOR HIGH CUT SHOES AT LOW CUT

and anizaton.! The long standing rep- I still holding their stock in reserve. ALLEN. PRICES.
noig SUITS! Jt
-- -----
was BOLD UTTERANCE OF SPEECH. Expert cutting and careful hand work We maintain our reputation in this :
insure correct models that retain line and take special pride in the val !

rt WILL EXHIBIT AT Socialist Paper in California Wants their shape to the end. ues we offer.MERRIAM. i iMen's

the President Overthrown. Suits in the latest fabrics at Shoes are considered I

$7.00' $10.CO, $15.00 and $20.00. the best wearers for the little folks, t

Special to the Ocala Banner: at . . . .$1.00 to $2.50 I
San Francisco, Calif., Dec. 30.-Attention Youths' Suits at $5.00 $7.50, $12.00

, OCALA of secret service agents today and $14.00 WICHERT & GARDINER Ladies' I
Shoes are the highest grade of styl 1-
> was called to a paper published
Boys' Two Piece Suits, ages 3 to 17, ish footwear . . .$3.00 to $4.00
I in Berkeley, named the Kakuemei, or Prices ranging from $1.50 to $7.50 I

"f.. I The Revolution, containing an article CF.OCSETT AND BANISTER shoes I

I in which reference is made to the attitude OVERCOATS& SWEATERS I for rt: .". are the acm of shoemaking,

1' 9th. I of President Roosevelt in the For Men, Youths and Boys. $3.50 t o $6.00
" WEDNESDAY
January
i Japanese school question. This lan- I I I
guage is used: : -

',. \ "We believe that such a thing as I

r .. ,the trifling legislation which the cap- In our Domestic Department we offer a thousand yards short lengths of Outing at

:' Sun Brothers' ,;I italists fling to class the workers may from will time prove to of time no 4c, regular price Sc; Yard wide Sheeting 50; best Calico 5C, best Plaids in the market 6c.Rheinauer's 7 ,

avail that it is about effective
; as as
fc :the tiny stream from a baby's water Popular Dry Goods House \1

World's Progressive !gun thrown into a raging fire.

a"r t "Our policy is toward the overflow I _
: -. -- ,
I -- -
' MUSEUM I TRAINED i of the Mikado, King, and President -- --- ,

RAILROAD SHOWS ANIMAL as representing the capitalistclass The Original Porous Plaster :
JlENAGERI It's Allcock's first introduced to
t) I' I
EXPOSITION as soon as: possible and we do
i not hesitate as to the means." .the people sixty years ago, and today

Enlarged and Becon-1 Newest Richest and I Marked copies of the paper were undoubtedly has the largest ex-
etructed lor the > 14th Annual TOW {{ Best Show on external remedy-millions being sod' ( FULL
I present season. ) { Earth. sent to members of the board of education -
t .. : in this city and by them turned annually throughout the whole civilized PI' PAlD

'. I over the federal authorities. world. There have been imitations I'

I to be sure, but never has there = -_ } EXPRESS

PiIF been one to even compare with: Ah 1 PREPAID
BUYS VAST TIMBER TRACT.
Lilt cock's-the world's standard external
I rt I remedy.
!, New York's Virginia Purchase May For a weak back, cold on the chest;
y I I I i P Yield 200,000,000 Feet of Lumber. or any local pain, the result of tairnj. .'
..- cold or overstrain there is rnIpa-:
Special to the Ocala Banner: we know of to compare with this

Norton Va. Dec. :31.-An immense famous plaster. x

I tract of timber has just been bought
x 1, Lost-From the owners residew.! IDoz
IF I in this section. For several months : i
c
J p w li {) --- I December the first a black shepht-'rd
\ experts have been on the ground estimating 'p t DELIVERED
-T- gyp with ring around her neck. Answers FOR
the timber and it is said the '
"
to the name of "Shep. Finder&!
( L8kLr\ property will produce nearly 200,000- I 00
\ will ue rewarded. J. C. How ell. w,
--- UOO feet of lumber.
-- .
The purchase was made by VictorE.

If1 Freeman, of New York city, a stave I Burnett

1 and lumber manufacturer, who has Jerry HAS. BLUM & COMPANY,

t been operating in the state for some

;lKx"-Wvi \ i years. Merchant Jacksonville Fla.
,
J. ..... ... -- --- -.. ---
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}! What One Bottle of Liquor Did.; Tailoring.

The following/ from the Arcadia

4 I Champion edited by Mrs. Neva C. WINCHEJTER

-._--. *&\ Child, seems to call for a reply from I Ocala, Florida

)1\"it"; "' the one guilty of the charge saiys the finest Imported and Jt.
TA; ;;: J'C"t -
] Persacola Journal: Domestic Cloths. .
.
SOME OF YHE GREAT FEATURES TO BE SEEN WITH SUN BROTHERS' 'If as the Floridian says one bottle "NJLAC"l
I Ii
Ct'.thing a "t"'l'lh
PROGRESSIVE SHOWS: of whiskey elected Broward governor
Fits GEducation ....'i .
: why were his opponents so badly i

uJ The Famous Chapin and Harden Trio 'I''manv beaten: bottles when in they the used campaign not one This but I II Loaded Black Ponder Shells I

Th1 Triple Horizontal Bar Experts, introducing Difficult Double St .nersauii I
:i slander is the most unreasonable one .. ..... .*
Dictfc and Fly Oer ,
hurt, :of all to those who know the ;governor Shoot Strong and Evenly, .
i f Mail
by
and his temperance proclh' t Can't i ..I
ps.
tb |4 I :\/ = Are Sure Fire,
iu lion.We Ciuzeonfy spare time studying at home '
a occupy: their pens than personal abuse' .r\ Will Stand Reloading.
AJebra. .
tsi+ '* I Bookkeeping Arithmetic Geometry i } .
And her tnfullli"h School! Horse \ ne ii'inns. Grammar,Rhetoric,Science,History.t tin.etc,
work _,_ They ought to try, at least'Some Thoroughly Tsacfet by Halt Teaebersaided i S/ 17
roulas i one ought to whisper in SifterChild's tO pas. e1&lIllDlWo/1l.10 VTS.Of SUCC Catalogue / ; They Always Get The Game.
ittditt
x ddresrl: I.HL LESPalatkalla. .
Wonderful Acrobats
Family Society : ear the story about t!.is one bot L.frto J. f&" ?
e\er
tile ;I* StIn:: number, introJuung all the l..tbt daring Senswiiion il T'":,,.;:,. ,tie of liquor!" Perhaps Mr Jule So) 1'MT hf
-- ----- -- For
""'If'rad', __ : could Sale Everywhere.
omon tell
something abouT it' '"
pbduln t
Ihttt tiM' Commodore The Most !Mule in the World Ferry Seeds h*' I
L --. -_ Wonderful_ _ i _j_ ... Why Suffer From Rheumatism 1 are not aa expert*
tee bigb Performing! the remarkable feat of walking a tight rtre. ;in midair.Si Do you know that rheumatism pains 'meat ration,,but they with assart proper success culfa-1 --- --------- ---.-. ,. .ww a s, ., .
Uon: w>4 ,ooo for his equal. 'can be relieved If you doubr .Ks ]11:?' from the start. Users tare no ,
will try one application of Cramm r.jun'Pain doubts at planting nor disappointments I SEED BEANS tea" .'\S.;:'!'" t. .. -a''rP
at harvest Get i i. J".Hh\i. g scU
Balm. It will make fP-' am .l.rauc
J THE RICHARDS, Famous Riders sleep possible, and that nain'v' I Wax and Green Pod Varieties grown f-s ='_' -==-_-. ?:.;"...l"c \
means: a great deal to an.! inar and shipped by i&&feU ,-P
,
Principal Jockeys and Two Horse Equestnt nns. : ._. "
dieted
n. .all druggists.with rheumatism. F'r -ah' &' !! Herbert C. l orrill.Cedar !. : latestfaaioIfeii:: i **";**/ ,

INTER WALTER ASHBUBU'S TROUPE OF PEBFOHHIH6; ELEPHANTS Springs, Mich., I ed Colt's. Smith I.trJjhnson. ..... '" ,
fcr surest, best
WOLF HUNTING' IN CANADA: at a biggest!' i.-TS. Famous for crops orer Red Speckled Valentine Green Pod l. \Vesj0n. Cj'.irC'J {' f c>.
t 1907 Seed Annual $2.75. Prices right on other varieties. pjcte Caiai&gof an ,". -
50 years ,1J
(tMhf! HERR KLOTZ his den of Performing, Ferocious; Lions anj SF ial TO the Ocala Banu.> free on reques All seeds offered are of t nterseline guru pi.j .t"jIrJrm ;-; .,
WiUAounab.mm. D. M. FERRY & CO, ttnumt.as at
uooaI.- Kingston, One, Jan. !.-WOJore .. Detroit,Mich. :, crop 1906.i j Pncea. Write f.>t it toby. .
..
GET i .to becoming so numerous all o\ n the i! | FOSTER COMPANY I
0OF ll PPY. !!RIH=Pi OiKING{) [ mmm' ISD m GtChUr'If' province that bands Fine Brood Mares. 265-7 Decatur St.
of men are organized I car load 111nta, G
We ha\'e- just gotten m a
; And other acts and novelties too numerous to mention : to hunt them. LOST-A pointer dog about two of the finest; brood mares ever broughtto i -- "_- ---- '..

,' This is surely the best greatest and grandest all feature show that will visit 1; Today upwards of seven huni'red years ldhite; and liver colored! the state and to see them is to ad- I '. The Pre of Peace.
G,4 dtythisseason, SUN BROTHER'S BIG SHOW OF THE WORLD. them. We will sell them at I The terrible itching ana
}()Uf j men collected at Owen Sound to hunt dark dots in white; answers to name mire smartins,
./ The GRAND, PICTURESQUE STREET PARADE takes place at T 'a large pack of wolves which are I of "Jake." Suitable reward for his recovery very reasonable prices. Come and and I incident almost to certain skin dL* *es u
o'clock neon. look them over at Instantly allayed by appljinr
!
}'causing great destruction in the district f Address W. E. Tydings, SI1er -I MARION FARMS STABLES !Chamberlain's Salve. Price 25 cents
* an rErcakatULF1WOOr! x119 EVENIII6. i 110) 8 F. K. cocas CPU 6SE fKSU EA2L1U i Springs, Fla. 11-17-tf x x Ocala. Fla. i For sale by all druggists. m
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,I :1' SOME PLAIN FACTS CONCERNING as to become an inmate from a: -, I LADY COOK'S NEW CRUSADE.
; I THE;: 25TH BATTALION! CKEATi
1 ASYLUM INVESTIGATIONS. cause whatever, and that such condi-!' :
MORE TROUBLE:
lions are sufficient to make a sane per. Special to the Ocala Banner:
I v
Miaiui i, Fla., Dec. 27, 19oi;. ion insane permanently.One New York, Dec. 23.-Lady Cook, .:
old Special to the Ccala Banner: I .,
of the kind guards left i!:\? I
Storage j very
To the Editor Ocala Banner: I El Reno, Okla.. Dec. 27.-A nE-gro I,. who before her marriage to Sir Francis -
by myself in the woods an hour or I i
IIof Dear Mr. Harris-You have ex- I soldier assaulted 'Mrs. T. S. CliSo I Cook was :Miss Tennessee ChaSin.
more one day, that did my nerve ..
fi ten led your kindness to myself and system more good than any of the !wife of a prominent physician, near j of this city, is renewing her struggleof ;

e3ts: WIVI those poor prisoners, 1'liJJ. you piespublish physician's medicine at that place. I The railroad station here today. the early seventies for woman suffrage

the following that Florida Why is there so much darkness :md I and larger opportunities for the

may reproduce.As censorship up there? Why not let i inmates I there are threats of lyric ;

e beg to annuounce.. to the4YYY. I have undertaken 'as large a write what they please to their Ug. poor.

--- 4rri. Yfi.APir..w task as one man ever did on earth I |Irs. Clifford and her sister were atI At a meeting in the Astor at wbiol::: :
friends, at least. -

/' public_that_.we. are ready_ to, wish to say just a word personal. ]lr i I wish to call particular attenti* !\' .I tempting to pass the negro soldier, she presided today she explained that
-'w. +waw. Allison. whose is not known, but who is'of
own grandfather William name
to the methods of getting cut, k'Uess she was particularly interested in
fr \ cure Meats. We GUA AN- :was in the battle of New Orleans with then the Twenty-Sifth Regiment, when
m the "czars" see proper to give bringing about easier relations between ,
!n! I'** !m II llll*I Clifford
Mrs.
-. "Old Hickory" Jackson. My old uncle, their -.inously- grabbed
a full discharge, parents ori
w.TEE SATISFACTION! and Robt. T. Allison was with Robt. E. iron about the waist and threw her in the the sexes .:with a view to happy
i friends are required to give an
Lee at Appomattox. My fatheyoungest I Had bond for their conduct and afur_ street, exclaiming that the sidewabelonged marriages. For this purpose she suggested -

solicit_ your patrii Y 4'C vYl brother, H. Dove Allison- I nish transportation, and in many i in.I .- to him, and then made his that churches should give lectures .

I I heiter man God never created-ga'; I stances they advise against letting I escape. and informal entertainments on

I his life for the "lost cause." There are i|them out at all-if they can find aI I The !1)1>!lee department and several week days in church buildings where

nt"> JhE I many persons yet living who lmew hundred citizens searched for the ne-I wholesale intercourse could be j
ar
tFJL shadow of an excuse. They tell you
t I
I' NLti Ii!that rr.y mother was as good and l>ure.;I that you. will be in a good humor with I gro until a late hour. I:.ranged.In i

1 ''I d'o >an as ever drew the breath of everybody before you get out-that is, He was in uniform and must return; January Lady Cook will engage !

: ro !ifHer father, Cyprian Brinsi \you will be fully "conquered.." This I to Fort Reno or become a deserter. j jI jI Carnegie hall for a night, and at her j

i was the first representative from i iwannee SuI i method works a very great hardship I own expense will bring together ]

m1l! :I! I county being re-elected. H :!on many poor people. I lay down I i Strawberry Growing in Florida. speakers on social questions from j


-- --___. -- oMo__ =.I.--"' ,,., ..... .......:;.,..ftadI. !gave his life fighting carllhbaglm. 1Iy.t the proposition in the name of puma -I That our readers-at a distance may America and England to address a
URoie D. W. Brinson, for whom I al. i ity, that if after an earnest effort on. I mass meeting. After this she will
I know, and that even our home folks j.
1 most!" gave -my life. was as goodman 3: I the part of our good citizens and la take the whole party; in a private or I
McYiiIlan Bros.Southern may be reminded of the fact, we deI -
7 and as highly respected as any I makers, these "hells" cannot be i for a tour of the country for more
I sire to give a few figures relative toI
in Suwannee county. What Ten.>
man \ meetings.She .
"the
formed, turn out sane, imprison
I the business of strawberry growingOf .
nessean or Carolinian does not per.: I the criminals, execute the incnrabbc- will later visit Paris and BerBfi.
t Copper Works know the Allisons? What I course, it must be borne in mind
sonally :I in the most humane way-and blow i i upI In 1871 Lady Cook unsuccessfully
i that the shipping season has just noW'
Georgian does not personally Imow the remains with dynamite. This ,. ran for congress, while her skater
opened, and that there are yet several
the Brinsons They are all faro I would be far better thin the present I Victoria Woodhull was making a
''Mamiiacturers oi Turpentine Shill months of the strawberry season in
I connections of ours, and their names:I brutal methods, also much cheap i! campaign for the presidency. .

and lives are entwined in the histc)' would much graft. In man Florida.
1 and General Metal Workers. I and stop
also be remembered that
It should
The of thE I
of those states. president our asylums almost every crime in I "RED POPPY SEED." V i
Atlantic National bank of Jacks .' I lof outside of the Plant City section there: iz
--
f the whole category has been commitL "

Old Stills: taken in exchange for ntw oiios. Patching mile and one of the largest banks iIJ I ted. If a few hundred lunotics are ,are very few berries ripe enough for With the compliments of the "Boos

through the country a specialty. Or ,t'rs by mail or Savannah. are second cousins oj[ i not of sufficient importance to demand i maret, as there are few sectioi ters' Club, of Redlands.-The club
be
wire will: receive prompt attntiosi! at either of the mine. My father was the first maIJ L ,is little atention from the great Naj I where the strawberry can suc- has conceived the idea of sowing the
I
( following works I to suggest George F. Drew for gover..I leon and other governors, then some :,cessfully grown. seeds of the single red poppy in Red. t .

If in 18;6. He, Dr. S. T. Overstn t Since the last issue of the Court I 1
nor other authority should be establised lands and its environs, with the expectation
FAYETTEtflLLE I H. C. SAVANNAH GJ I .. there have been shipped from this I IJ
; and their friends, had sufficient in.I by the legislature that could conI of berrie that the effect of a profusionof 1 i

;JACKSONVILLE. FLA MOBILE I ALA fluence at the Quincy convention tc descend to look after their interest place 125 refriegrators these glowing scarlet flowers along 1
These
containing about S.GOO quarts. ;
I
secure his nomination. He was per. See the famous Jackson Commit I the streets, in the dooryards and on
/fe berries sold here at an average i of
-- n. ------ -- ------ the only in the state thai
------- haps man
I Report. I trust every man in Florida the foothills will create a pleasing 1
R-!" = f- could have been elected at that time 35 cents, which. netted to'the growers: "
U I will read this report. I will mail prospect and add to the beauty and
r: little over $3,000. This is one
I I know just exactly how I am ;i iardal reI it and any of my several articles to a attractiveness. of the entire valley. It .A
H. A. Spencer L. E. Lang J. A. BouvierAniiourcrnert I week's result, and the crop has hardly:
II I:; in Suwannee county, hut I II one on application. I know can, is the desire of the Boosters that all i

i I thank God that I was not born there; ditions any there just as.they are, andI I begun to move yet. The price will lor the principal streets of Redlands_ I

I will not die there and will never resl did not tell the people of that blac I probably go down after the holiday, be lined with rows of these brilliantred :I

.
should be
but in considering this it I ,
beneath its sod all Ion
though
my hearted villainy, I would be an accessory flowers during the winter season
0Wo I will by that
remembered that the yield
ones rest in old Antioch cemetei and guilty before God, as tho;: {' I and your co-operation is asked in the V
s
have the But I believe just as strongly as I as I time be more than double what it isI furtherance of this plan.
just purchased splendidly equipped g I poor prisoners are as helpless Plant City Courier. .

machinery plant of the Y o11g-e and Cline Company believe a just God sits on the throm" : : babes. Up to now I have only told avery I I now.- Culture Note.-Sow seeds in mellow a

S lin heaven that some "sweet day, om I call soil and rake surface, watering if nec-
and solicit a share of the repair work of Marion and | small pan of all I know. i Okra.
r. once happy family, broken up at thai of the There are sufficient seeds in
all the friends and sons Gilchrist. essary.
)
I General
I upon (Xot by
adjoining counties. We make a specialty: of repairing | will be
hell at Chattahoochee gather.
r friends of old Dr. Allison in particular -! Though okra, variety of Hibiscus this packet to sow a row 100 feet in

I. I. steam pumps, gas engines etc. J2 I ?tl together in that home beyond thE and the friends of humanity ;i in I with mucilaginous edible pods, will length, or broadcast on an ordinary -

7 Let us prices. | skies. I believe that the watchful lives ity lot 50x100) feet. These seeds are
quote you I general to help better the 'arcoadiUouS i grow in mosft parts of the Unite I

i care and prayers of my "iron-wille of those poor unfortunate States, it is much more common! supplied to the Boosters' club by the

.father, my "angel mother." and m I I have been doing my best to get aI eaten in the southern states than elsi City Xurseries and further informa-

1 Ocala Gas Engine | I' 'idolied sister" would go with me t( : fair and impartial hearing since I first where. The young pods should be I ion: as to the planting and care cane

{ the ends of the earth and protect Ilf! i obtained my liberty. All communic I boiled in salted water until tender >e had from Sidney Hockridge, at

.t.i .8 Company ;j jSiS323SBitHai22S5I122i2J339ES i from the hurricanes and rattlesnak eE,.1 tions between myself and inmates (about twenty minutes), drained and I he nurseries on Cypress avenue."

: 3f south Dade the villains and luna"
I ; have been stopped, because I am working ; heated for five minutes with cream (a I The above is printed on a packagef

\/L ics: of "hell" and be with me in thE! seed sent out by one of the nurserymen
.
to help them.I scant cup to the quart of okra), a i }
'K..lQ: 'iIt.J ,
&! njf! !!::# !
;;lark hour of death. I fully beliE statements I of Redlands, Cal., and is re-
back 1
:
I have facts to up my tablespoonful! of butter and salt and
--- --- f.
-- ; it! was the work of a "higher pone; that I have made in referent pepper. Okra is also a common ingredient -'I printed,in these columns as a sugges-: .

--TIILr i (bat made niy people blind and caus. ,to conditions treatment, etc. of soups. 'ion to the Ladies' Improvement So- t

!(y\ them to put me in the asylum. I II [ there only a few iety of Ocala.
I When I had been The cultivation of okra, methods of :
I lad to be "crucified" that Florid L I I
days I swore by all that was good and i serving it and related topics are di; -
I night know what was going on at Chat" Pleasant Picnic at Silver Springs.
great; by the eternal God; by the "bifour" :used in a recent publication of thilepartment. I
ahoochee. 'I I Mrs. Robert A. Burford a delightful -
in heaven; the "big four" to an \ gave
I A man claimed to be insane, ask* I picnic at Silver Springs Friday -
the earth, Bran -
'MorioQ Hardware COflpOijY 'the 'big four" men of I The sweet green upper: though'
several weeks before I liberty for Robert Bur-
ie got my and Lawson, her son. Ensign \
Tom Watson, Hearst I'airly! common in our city markets, is
if I knew what I was undertaking I would shake thaell" ord, of the U. S. N., and her daughter,
of Boston, that i lot as widely: known as a vegetable as
Uy reply was that I certainly did arIP :Miss Mary Burford. The others in.'j
tr cimiinfor;;nce. ,
tli from cen'er > it deserves. Sliced, it makes a ery; ..
also knew exactly, though he icrazy. ited were the following: Misses
i, -HEADQUARTERSicrican This inmate, who the "czars" SlY I fine salad alone, or, more commonly, t tI
the and Leta Camp, Edna Williams,
: Yet according to 'czarLt Sallie
before I got
is crazy, asked me just i nixed with other salad plants, like
: Chattahoochee. I knew that mar to I Alta Pearson, Lucile Standley, Dr.
my liberty, "What are you going i ettuce. Stuffed and baked pepper
Wire Fencing, could consider me insane and tha1: "' "I have not changed IE. L. Scott Messrs. James Taylor t
do? My reply was, I are very palatable .
\ I was attacking villany of thin talph Robinson, Robert Anderson,
ioto.
intentions one I
Sash Doors and Blinds my
standing. old father. Dr I Louis Chazal and Frank Harris, jr.
ears Jly
Some extracts from inmates and e: -: Lower East Coast Fruit and Vegetables

Villiam Aillison, preferred charge i I The people went down to the
Paints. Oils and, Varnishes, inmates: "I do approve of your lei- Escaped. young ,

here in '77, demanding an investig; ters. If at any time I can be of any; I Gratifying reports were brough Springs in the bus and on reaching '

( Mill and Mining Supplies, ion or the acceptance of his resign,; service to you let me know.-II. Hlohns. ;!here this morning by Mr. F. T. Kiug, I there boarded Mr. Clark's launch for

ion as the physician. His resignation I a trip Connor.. On arriving at that ;
,
Fort Lauderdale, regarding the regent -
; i'lc Turpentine Snpplies, was accepted and no investigation. Dr., committe lof I lace they disembarked and ate a
the first f
v. "I did not see cold snap and its effect on the
)verstreet succeeded father, he I I ountiful dinner. Afterwards
: :V. Improved Farming Tools' my :that the legislature sent and when II :ruit an."egEtable crop.Ir.. King picnic ,
too. resigned in less than a year. Attempt I the- committee< they visited Mr. Pat Randall's beautijl -
before next J
was to go I stated to a Record representati"e'that I
't V was made to murder my fath.] orange grove. They report that
.
taken down iihe .
had
\ he me
: employees very little injury was suffered by] i
a it's assistant. under the pretense oj the the trees are covered with fruit and f
'. GET OUR PRICES : swamp and ket there until !he pineapples and that only a smal I
asanity, and there is yet a livin in excellent condition, neither fruit 1
r mmittee had left, and the postoffie
cent of the crop will be lost. The
x fitness to this statement. It was a L the inmates per trees having been hurt by the rt"I {
all destroyed so Inor
rights were :omatoes were saved by the grower
paradise" then to what it has bee cent cold weather. y.
mail. I I
could get no by covering. The cold came garduallj J JI
of recent years. I knew exactly who I This jolly party of young people
: "There is no protection by the authorities nd the farmers opportunity to
lovernor Broward's position would bi) : gave I cached home after dark having had a I
Marion Hardware Company : of this miserable "hell" orby provide' protection and they had the -

-those poor prisoners did not expe the state for an inmate for this :I plants! covered before the freezing !very merry outing. 1.
1I
any relief from him. I have it dire ,
I nstitution. ;weather reached them. i ii
I Thomas-Hollingswcrth. i
-'vraigat goods"-that those
++++ as.\Iu] :
It is a disgrace to any civilized na-t The oranges escaped on the lower correspondence Ocala Banner.
I i pedal 1
fficials were looking for the
govern' I ion; and a shame that the flag of thi; :oast and there will be no loss. Furthei, Cards have been issued announcing .
I
NhH.N.eeoeoooeooeeNN 1e aeaosoiNNN0 00+1NOt when he made his ce lbl'3ted"is t thE! sucli I'
I great nation should wave. over the may havE i
up the coast oranges :the approaching marriage of Mr. Jo-
latter part of July. If he dare deny :i i1I ,
of
.. TH IEIi US people as now have the control ufiered to. some extent, but the dan;sepa R. Thomas to Miss Efflie Hil- "
IDEAL FE will the I !
WANT BIG COPS[ TltiZEij : produce proof. They als) hell." | his institutional .
.. : :age as far as can be learned is trifling: ngsworth which event is to take "
now just when to look for the legislative : ,
_.1 Oh, for men with human hearts .t::> i The trees are not injured in the slight place! at the bride's home, Brownsville,
OUR BOOKS! KILL TELL YOU : committees, as well! as the gOY '
.' control it :est at any place, but here and there I Fla., Wednesday, January second, 'i
rnors. I"er much doubt if
)
even I'
:. "FLORIDA YEl ET.DLES"com- flRISII POTATOES"-Book on | inspection has been made that thEo I have seen patients choked till i tn fruit may have suffered some loss!ineteen hundred and seven. I''

plete manual on Florida crop "Soil Seed, Planting and Cultivation. -;i :fEcials did not know very nearly thE I they would drop lifeless to the floor: :On toe whole, the cold wave, despite! Mr. Thomas is a young man of stet 1

Effect of Fertilizers, Digging ; I md the attendant still cling to hi ,f i s longevity, did practically no damn ling qualities. lIe is the oldest son ,
,: <> date it would be made. What kind ojan !
"FLORIDA OR.INGES"-Book of and Shipping." : :n? This was due to the fact that tof: the late Capt. <':has. Thomas, whosefe
inspection is that? Echo .
sans: '
.: i special interest to orange grow- T1XEAPPLE FERTILIZING"Ofers. \: farce and fraud." It is a well knowlet l I ;; 'the sap was nat funning owing to the! will ever: mark a page of memoryi .J'{
:argf key:, kicked cursed, etc. Ir which preceded the
: drouth
special interest to pineapple 0; that for various retracted tin i the history Marion county. Joe'upright
causes a nwnta
J !fish everybody could read all the let St. Augustiiis: Record. and ij'
growers. vj ,cold wave.: i is square and honorable
t FERTILIZERSBtnok : of sane persons from different state!; i ers and facts in my possession. I his friends by the score.
ambers
j "FLORIDA WDERRlES""IDE.L I are confined in our asylum and I goes! H. DOVE ALLISOS.GOODlE.S LABORERS:::: SCARCE INMAINE., j'

.... t, a Booklet on boil Varieties, Cultivation al! of o-ir different brands, analy- \: it: is the same in other states.I : 1 Miss Hollingswoworth, personally V l

1 V ; and Fertilization." I 1st's, prices: etc. eS I' ;is yet unknown to the writer, bat her l
am not fighting Whitner
Goad FOR YOU! Special to the Ocala Banner: > J
;beautiful character and lovely diapot -
Xew and revised edition of the above just published, free for a. kir-:. : i bred, Randolph and Broward, but entrenched Lime Mints. Olive Cfcow-Chow, I Bangor, Me:, Dec. 23.-There is aneat :tion is only caaracteristis from tHe
_.. --- ---- -- -- ,
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--- a for the
a..r u u villainy, which they ar.' scarcity of laborers in
Sulk Olives, Pulled Figs, Washed Figs; ,fine family from which she comes.

TON & TODHER FEBILTIZER COMPANY, : not wholly to blame. in Baskets. Walnut Meats, Sbellet i roods in this state and the lumber After January Zth they will beat
My father refused commi ,; to fill out
to :t at their wits end .
!Almonds, London Layer and Cluster; len are ;home," at Sparr, where Mr. Taoaass \,
JACKSONVILLE. FLA.NNeNNeNeeeNENeONNNNNeNNNNNOJ. : Preacher Taylor's wife to the asyluii 1 Seeded Raisins. : lair crews. Though the wages are .'
raisins, Currants :has purchased a home site within axme's ;
his lifetime because she was nc t I Igvod conditions of life very
the (
and
[
Cheese, Lauril's Imperia
-.t ?wise c throw of the famous old Qtrea.ai t t
isaae. But later some other physicia 1 Taeese. Pitted Dates, Duty's ApplE, fair all kinds*of strategy has to be '
: ion at "Rutland.
I certified to her insanity and in 'S3 whe:} Cranberry. esorted to for the purpose cf keeping ,
and ,
r nice in pints quarts i As the years come and go and the

LANDS. mr uncle R F. Allison, visited tbsylam Sauce, Mince Meat Honey Strained,, ;the men when they are got. There ;uties incident to home troildiag a.G !

on a legislative committee sh4was ChocolatE i .ill be work for a large number of j I1
rystalized Fruits, Hnylers washed in by the waves of life's SU.. j ji
lands wish to sell, lease or rrnr, still perfeerty but the coming seasons j '
If YOU have you sane a priso:- Dipped Triscuits, Heinz Preserves; xtra men during i ; they always be met by this ,
IIay
: lauds for farming 1zingJn.v e r. and I presume died one--sue ., mills will be run on fall I A
or if you want to buy gr I in Crocks, Heinz's Apple Butter, Waiiuts i the paper 'couple with the united love aud"3evoon 4

turpentining or lumber purposes, -es:" are now common over the stat!. Brazils, Pecans and Alnoads. Jsh ,, I that has ever won all battles en'! 1

The "love of money' comes ver I Lute.Mrs. ,
:'i
?r lot of Cranberries. little* of! abdued all enemies.: May: the sun-
and p
Write to ear being the "root of all evIL" I t Watt daughter
0. K. GROCERY. of home awl c nt<>ac- 'j
epeat that under the rifiLa[ Ga. are the guests of airsIra. .'! }ttine happiness 4- '
present con f!-
,. I ., always brighten their way and 4 ;t
sister-in-law.Mrs... G. Hlarrison !.tnent
'Watt's :
ESTATE.CO ions and treatment that one is HaW e Now is the time to begin makingrparatons' '. '
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BLOUNT "fepiorp'on ,Ockla.tr.aha (peace linger along their pathway.PETER ;
to receive. his life the rate : at .
is in more 0: tes g h.> for mounting ;q "- STANLEY 'f

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j. I If Mr. and Mrs. Mcllwain Give Pleas RAILROAD, OFFICIALS IN THE LIFE AT THE FLORIDA FEMALE I

f --- ant Party for their Guests.On CITY. COLLEGE. !
The year Is drawing to a close; I

The air is filed with Yuletide cheer; Firday evening at their homeon Mr. W. J. Craig, general passenger Tallahassee, Fla., Dec. 27, 190C. 1y t

From morn till night fair children talk Wautula street and South Fourth agent of the Atlantic Coast Line, Mr. Special correspondence Ocala Banner. ,

Of Christmas pleasures, now so near street Mr. and Mrs Will Mcllwain T. C. White, division passenger agent : .
As a student of the Florida Female f +w
For sick and poor the world has care; gave an exceedingly pleasant little with headquarters at Tampa and Mr. C.Fia

E'en criminals get feast and fun; party in honor of Mr. Mcllwaine'sthree James Menzies, traffic manager were college will you allow me the privilege \

A frolic Uncle Sam preparesFor sisters, Mrs. William Muller in Ocala Thursday. These gentlemenare I lof communicating with friends in .y : ,

the man behind the gun. and Misses Virginia and Orene Mcll going over the road to note in your vicinity through your paper. S t$ .\ ,

wain, of Spartanburg, S. C. These person its conditions and will make a The number of students is continu-

t-{ Sweet Phyllis hangs the misletoe; young ladies have been spending the general report to headquarter: upon ally increasing; there is now abouta gA

The town is gay with Xmas greens; Christmas holidays in Ocala and have their return. hundred and fifty enrolled and almost \

The doting: lover buys his lass made quite a number of friends who Messrs. Craig and White called at every week a new face appearsin

Ls A gift priced far beyond his means. regret that their visit was such a short our office and talked very freely of the chapel. After the holidays we Ir
O'er tiny stockings hung at eve existii-s conditions and of the con- expect to have many more added to } rya J

The world's great heart with glad- one.About twenty-five young people plaints tht are made against their our 'Lit.

ness thrills; were present Friday evening. The system throughout the state. The health of the students is very

But no one wastes a tender thoughtOn first part of the evening was spent in )lr. Craig says that the Atlantic! lr'ich better now than ever before.

the man behind the bills! answering the questions of a clever Coast Line owns more miles of rail We feel that this is due to our care-

-Ella A. Fanning in N. Y. Times. flower contest. Partners were secur way in Florida than in any other state ful training and the large amount of

ed by matching quotations, a man through which it passes. It is doinga outdoor exercise taken by the girls.

i" The New Methodist Pastor Arrives. and a girl then guessing together. larger business in this state and Several exciting games of basket

-- Three couples tied for the prize and expects to do a larger business in the ball have taken place; almost evelJI
Rev. and Mrs. R. V. Atkisson and drawing straws the winners provedto future and that the officials appreciate afternoon we can hear the shrill whis- I ta ttCtlt r a.

their young daughter arrived in Ocala be Miss Mary Bell and Mr. John fully the inadequate service it is giv- I!t tie of the basket ball coach. On November

Friday afternoon from Orlando and Knight. Mrs Muller and Mr. T. H. ing its patrons. That they feel humil- 17th there was a match game FOUR SAILINGS EACH WEEK
"Harris won the booby prize. iated by it and are doing all in their between the Cockle-Burrs and the
are now comfortably domiciled at the : BETWEEN
After the contests refreshments power to rectify and hope to better Prickley Pears. After very fine play-

,, parsonage. : were served and the balance of the ev-. conditions in a very short period but ing on both sides, the Prickley Pears Jacksonville and New York

t Mr. Atkisson is the newly appointed i i I ening was charmingly spent in social they cannot promise to do so immediately earns out victorious, the score being

1, pastor of the Methodist church. He i conversation, games, etc. for the reason that the iron twenty-one to five. Again'on Decem-
Calling at Charleston, S. C., both ways.
CODe to this city very highly recom- Those who enjoyed Mr. and :Mrs.: a.d roadbed are not sufficient to accommodate bef 15th, another contest took place between Tit FBEST: STEAMSHIPS IS TH2 COASTWISE SZS7ICS.
mended and it is expected that he Mcllwain's hospitality, besides the the big engines that have the same teams, this time the

will prove a very popular pastor and honor guests, were the following: been ordered and they will be compelled score was eighteen to twelve in fa-

preacher. Mr. Atkisson has the reputation Misses Jennie May Dunn, Jessilu Martin to use the old engines which are for of the Cickle-Burrs. We are all CLYDE NEW ENGLAND AND SOUTHERN I NES

of being one of. the most elo- Florence and Margaret Walters, in a bad condition, until the new S3 very anxious for the third and decis- FREIGHT SERVICE BETWEEN

quent preachers in the conference and Mary Bell, Gertrude Batchelor, Sara pound steel rails, which have been ive fame, which will take place after Jacksonville, Boston and Providence

is greatly loved wherever he goes. and Louise Harris, Miss Knight, purchased, are laid. That the stock- Christmas. There have been two and all Eastern Points. i

Mr. Atkisson and family were met I Messrs. Howard and Harry Walters, holders have voted seven million dol- teams organized for the purpose of Calling at Charleston Both Ways.

at the depot by Rev. F. R. Bridges I(Harris, Dunn, Wheeler, Ellis, Jones, .ars fO equipment and if their patrons playing water polo unter the instruction -
SEMI WEEKLY
and at the parsonage a delegation oft Blitch, Bridges, Knight, Wilson and will have patience that as speed. of Mr. Williams. Some of the SAILINGS.

ladies met them and extended them a Dr. and Mrs. Powers. ay as possible conditions will be Improved dirts are expert swimmers. Southbound. . . . . . From LeWis' Wharf, Boston.
very cordial welcome to their new and the Atlantic Coast Line Tennis is enjoyed as much as any Northbound. . . . . From foot Catharine St, Jacksonville

I come. Miss Anderson Entertains Her Danc will be one of the best equipped rail- of the preceding sports. Some of the
St. River Line.
Death of Mrs. Coulter. ing Class. roads in the country. That the offic- girls can wield the racket to perfec- Clyde Johns

A telepohne message was received ials not only expect to put the road al- tion. The men of the faculty have a
p at this office Friday afternoon announcing I Saturday afternoon Miss Sue Anderson ready built in better condition but separate court and are as enthusiasticover Between Jacksonville and Sanford

t the death of Mrs J. W. Coulter entertained the members of her are building two other lines to differ the game as we girls. Stopping at Palatka, Astor, Beresfsrd ( EeLasd ) asd kierssiiatiLasiisga

t' which occurred at her home at dancing class; in a very pleasant and ent points in"the state.In We feel that our musical faculty is oa St. Jobs Siver. y.

a BUchton at five o'clock in the morn- informal manner. Each pupil was allowed extenuation for the road's short- unexcelled in the south. Culture can 'South-Bound SCHEDULE North-Bound

1 L' to invite one guest and they comings Mr. Craig says that he has be derived from the excellent recitals Read down. Read up.

( Kyrs.. Coulter was thirty-five years spent a very happy afternoon together clippings from the various papers given. The programs rendered by Leave 3 30 p. m. . .Jacksonville . Arrive-2-00<-a. m.

:' of age and was survived by her busl dancing. The little girls all in I throughout the United States show them are a means of enjoyment forall. Leave 8 45 p.m. . . Palatka . . .. .Leave 8 00 p. m.

>aT'd and a three week's old baby. their best frocks with beautiful rib- ing similar conditions in all parts l. On the opening day of the school Leave 3 00 a.m. . . . Astor . . .Leave 3 30 p. m.

She was the daughter of Mr. and Mrs. bons were as happy as they could be. of the country; trains belated, thereis several selections given by Miss Fos . . Beresford (DeLand) . Leave 1 00 p. m.

r: William Blitch, of Morriston, and was and it was indeed a pleasure to witness a car famine in some places, con- ter on the pipe organ charmed all the Arrive 8 30 a. m . . Sanford . . leave 9 30 a. m.

4 a sweet and lovable woman and I their happiness. gest'.oa of cars at others and every- listening ears. On November 22, a Arrive 10 00 a. m. . . Enterprise . . .Leave 10 00 a.m.
will be sadly missed by a large numberof During the afternoon Miss Anderson were more or less demoralzation on most excellent program consisting of

friends and relatives. served fruit lemonade and cake account of the excessive and unexpected piano( organ and voice selections was General Passenger and Ticket Office, 122 West Bay St., Jacksonville. "

The funeral was held Saturday and the little folks, with whom she traffic conditions. He says that rendered, besides these a splendid F. St.IRONMONGERJEAss'tGen'IPApeutlztwastBaySt.Jacksonville' : I .Fla. -
o'clock Pleasant Hill is very popular, greatly enjoyed the V.G.COOPER. Jag Freight Asrenl. c. P. LOVELL. Superintendent
at ten at
morning in Florida they are paying much higher reading was given by our professor of Foot of Hogan Street J -c t"onville, Fla.
cemetery, Rev. Mr. Crumpton. of treat she so thoughtfully providedfor prices than ever paid before and elocution. After the program was con AC. HAGERTY, Gen'I East'n Pass. AgtVw York. CLYDE MILNE,GenT Fr't. Art N. Y,
them.A THEO G. EGER, V.-P. and G. M.
ficiating.In find it difficult I
an extremely matter cluded, all went over to the east ball
General Offices, Pier 36 North River. Branch, 290 Broadway New York.
their affliction Mr. Coulter and to retain labor. That the labor prob- where an informal reception was heldin _. _
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Pincushion and Anvil Man.
other relatives have the sympathy of I lem with the Atlantic Coast Line is honor of the Woman's Club of Flor- I

: their many friends. The Banner ex Ocala witnessed a wonderful per- as keen and difficult as with the phos- ida. The ladies enjoyed the hospitality -

tends its sympathies to the bereaved. formance in front of the Ocala House phate miners, turpentine and mill cf the faculty and students. ALL SUBSCRIPTIONS PAYABLE IN ADVANCE 'fOURCLUB

I Saturday afternoon by a man who I men and the condition the road is in The students enjoy the Lyric Club -- -
Child Labor and Woman Suffrage.
at present is much more annoying to every Wednesday night under the
made a pincushion of his face and an I
I the officials than it is to the patrons. leadership of Miss Keippe. We can
anvil of his neck and shoulders. He
In one of his "Treason of the Sen l I
That the road has spent large sums notice already the great improvementin LIST
I ate" articles David Graham Phillips I permitted bystanders to stick long i
: hatpins through his neck,-cheeks and of money in advertising the beauties the voices of the members. The .
says I other of his and attractions of the west coast section musical students entertained their I
face
= "If Pennsylvania's working children parts and bent a II I
.nd fears that the present agitation friends with a few selections on the -- -------
bar of iron by striking it against the
were to stand shoulder to shoulder, I
the line would reach more than twen- back of his neck. lie also bent a ten twill drive the tourists to the evening of December 19. I, A LL SUBSCRIPTIONS PAYABLE ADVANCE
I east coast section and that this por- Our spiritual training is by no j
: wire nail double in his hands,
ty miles. If one of them were to pass penny I .
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t your door each minute day and j bit o forty penny nail in two with his I i ion of Florida will not get its due proI means neglected. The faculty con I, tJt .rt!: = T'3 I ragaiygrararrisre fjp;

teeth tore of cards in half portion: ducts vesper service from five to six
: night, it would take three monthsfor a pack at
'I once with his hands, bent nearly every first Sunday in the month. Every I
number to
the entire by.
go i
No Damage from the Effects cf the i WEEKLY.
have bible
Sunday evening we a
"There is a real problem for real (double a tremendous piece of iron and Cold at St. Augustine.The .
class conducted by Professor Bucholz. ft
constructive statesmanship. And a sen- i performed other wonderful feats of
Record sent out a reporter this
ate of and .for. the people would con I strength. morning to ascertain the damage done Twice a"eek Association the Young"oman'meetings f THE OCALA) WEEKLY BANNER and The semiS -
Christian artare
_ sider it to the exclusion of all" other I Senator Bailey, of Texas. I I by the frost. Calling at Mrs. Heade's held. Much interest is maniff'stf'din ,g Wwkly Jacksonville Times-Uni one year SI;"
;, problems until it was solved. i' '
beautiful found
W Florence Kelly is of the opinion I Senator Bailey, of Texas, is making place, he no damage this work. 1 THE OCALA WEEKLY BANNER and The Thric'aWeek

.. a vigorous canvass of the State in his done save to a few guava bushes and The: q-iarterly reports were iss'w'last New York World one . .,41'.a'
of
:..; that he enfranchisement women I I defense against the charges made some choice plants about the house.At week, we were all very anxiur.1-! ;fr; year "
' is indispensible to the solution of the Dr. Garnett's large grove also the TilE OCALA 'Y E BANNER antI The Week!
against him touching his alleged rela- to ascertain just how we stood. The !
:
:p. She "In
child labor problem. says .
t the four states in which women vote tions as attorney for the WatersPierceOil damage was very slight. The and Doctor girls could be seen going to and from ?1 j Atlanta Constitution, one year. . . ,1T5TIIE
fires constantly, even
Company, CS cent of the stockof kept going the president's office; some with smiling
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per
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on all subjects, child labor and illiteracy OCALA WEEKLY
the vast quantities of fruit on the YM BANNER and The Atlanta
with sad I
others counrenan-
which is owned by the Standard Oil I faces
'. t Nowhere have in ceased the industrial to be problems.world I!i Company. The feeling throughout; the trees is practically uninjured. The ces and little tears peeping from the I 4 Semi-Weekly Journal, one year. . . .$1.15

.) are children so effectively safeguarded I I state is wry bitter on boh sides. Of Doctor attributes his good fortune to eye-lids. We all feel that we will re "TilE OCALA WEEKLY BANNER and The Commoner -
In the
continued
the of Texas 157 including ? the long drought. after Christmas with renewed en-
turn
:l.. press papers,
in life in limb, hea.'h, education and several of the southern portion of the city, whereno r 4 (W. J. Bryan's Paper,) one year. $1.50
morals as in Den\er. where: mothers I I prominent ones, ergy.
and teachers unite to keep in office are opposing: his election, and it is fires were kept, reports of frozen The college has two societies besides : THE-OCALA WEEKLY BANNER and The Toledo

the justly famous Judge Lindsey of I I evident that,' although nominated without fruit were heard, but the trees, havingno two secret fraternities. The Blade (Weekly) one year . . . ,1.50
S in the branches to
I I the sap are thought Society and the Minerva
opposition by primary election Phalian Literary
.
? the juvenile court, overcoming (with \I
the help of a minority of politically of last summer, he will fail to receive be practically uninjured.-St. Augus- Club are doing much for the THE OCALA WEEKLY BANKER and The Savannah -

independent fathers) the united efforts the votes of many of the democratsof I tine Record. girls in a literary way. On last Sat- j ; Weekly News, one year. . . . .f 1.75
both houses the Phalians held an
of open
the legislature. He urday night
-r' of the republican and the democratic Launch Party.Dr. .
and his friends however. claim that he meeting and a fine program was rendered
boses against him.
-S Sr "In contrast with the good fortune will be elected by a decisive majorityby and Mrs. Blalock gave a launch the subject for the evening: jm DAILY.
the Legislature which will meet a party Friday in honor of their visiting was the "Bible and its Relations to i .
of the children hence. guests. The merry crowd drove It well carried out. The
fortnight If the charges now the Arts. was 01'
of the half million illiterate childrenin
TIlE OCALA DAILY BANNER and The Daily
o'clock
eleven
the thirteen southern states, in made against him had been made be- out to Silver Springs at two societies publish a magaine :
which have fore the date of the primaries his I and took a brief trip down the beautiful known as the "Talisman." It does vannah News, one year. . . .
women no vote and '
: Silver Springs run in Mr. Clark's editor and the I DAILY BANNER and The Daily
make slight use (if any) of the right nomination would have been a matter great credit to the THE OCALA
t- of petition. !Hof very grave doubt A.S v is. his elation I naptha launch. At two clock the college. We all feel that he people of I !: Jacksonville Times-Union, one year . .$12.50
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{ is not absolutely certain i!party returned and went up to the the state are taking a great interestin I
( ...4 -- ,, 'Brown house, where Dr. Blalock had o work and would like to be kepiin I THE OCALA DAILY BANNER and The Daily Atlanta

f :'engaged the use of the dining room. touch with us. By subscribing for Journal, one year . . . . .8.50

'The lunches were spread hot coffeeserved the Talisman I am sure you will never Journal (including Sunday), one year. .10.00

'.Ii: and veryone had a fine time. regret doing D TFlr: OCALA DAILY BVNNER and Atlanta DailyALL
so.ANNIE
t. The visitors pronounce Silver DAVIDSON.Wins .
' Springs a beautiful place.

t, ,. Those composing the merry crowd a Star Honor. I
'f k,. o;::_: were Dr. and Mrs. Blalock Mr. and Master Norton Davis, who is attend i SUBSCRIPTIONS PAYABLE IN ADVANCE:
I ..{ S i')Irs. Walker, Master Joe Walker MissL. ing the Donald Fraser school at De-
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Orders to
!Miss Elsa Schneider Miss Mary Bull, eighty that has won the "blue star, i Address All t
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1 it is a safe place to trade because ,
:Miss Lillian Thagard, Mr. Felix .or the star of honor for the quarter I
::1"" : they are sold by reliable merchants Schneider. Mr. J. Purdie Richardsonand ending December 31. Norton has madean THE OCALA BANNER,

til everywhere. Be sure to ask for Mr. C. Richardson. enviable record and his friends in

fact of him and his parents OCALA, FLORIDA.
this city are proud
. t 1 Kiser's King $3.50 Shoe Capt. John L. Inglis was in Ocala I I Mr. and Mrs. D. W. Davis, es- ,-

Saturday and is having decuments pecially so. We congratulate this ALL SUBSCRIPTIONS PAYABLE IN ADVANCEMr.
m' for men, and you your prepared to present to the rivers and your.g Ocala youth on the honors he I

i money's worth. Made in 37 harbors committee of congress to aid is winning. j
him in getting an appropriation for I
styles and all the popular .
Leathers Patent Colt Vici the harbor of Port Inglis. His friends Mr. H. Anderson has returned Louis E. Lang has returned fish with hook and line succeeded
here hope that he will be successfulin from a trip to south Florida, wherehe -
Gun Metal, Box Calf, etc.H. his efforts. had been collecting evidence for home from Miami, where he spent catching with his hands a half dozen

INT he Atlantic Christmas with his parents, CoL and red snapper,one of which weighed 20( ,
Attorney General Ellis agianst .
\ t C. IUstr Company Mr. and Mrs. Clifton Camp left Sat- Coast Line railway. Among Mrs. Felder Lang. He reports that pounds. While the people in that sec 4

u xaJw/acCCuran i0+at* urday afternoon for their home at other things he had an engineer go i I the vegetables and all tender plants Lion received a severed set-back. Mr. ?. j
Roanoke, Va. Mrs Camp downto were killed but that the oranges,
AnANT.II. CEOaCl.II came over part of the road with him to note '. Lang says they are not discouraged y
be present at the of her guaves etc., escaped the cold unin
marriage
its condition and he will make & report and will begin at once resetting. i
sister, Miss Mary Anderson to Mr. of same to the attorney general. jured. He says that many fish were ,-'
Ta ., M. J. Roess and Mr. Camp joined her frozen and he went oat fishing one ASK YOUR DRUGGIST FOR FREE :I

hue for the Christmas holidays .It will pay you to read today &41. 41.1 tad while he did act catch any PERUNA ALMANAC FOR 1907.OVERLOOKED. -J,

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NOTICE OF APPLICATION FOR operated to and from United States capital stock of the said corporationshall I purposes of this corporation. -
John White & Co. I
WI MACONDmO CHARTER. and i Foreign Countries; to load be paid in as follows: One hun- Article III.
2 LOUISVILLE KY. I and discharge cargoes of freight of dred and twenty thousand dollars of CAPITAL STOCK.

&$ebuA.41Wwi .... Notice is hereby given that the undersigned any kind; to lease, own and operate the stock will be paid in by a conveyjance The amount of the capital stock of this
.? 'M : ( I Uj'I' :n.e& intend to apply to the Gov- terminals, warehouses, docks, marine I to the corporation of mills, ma-I corporation shall he TEN THOUSAND

t ii, .'II r" .. FURSand ernor of the State oi Florida on the railways and elevators and to do all I chinery, mules, carts, lands, timber, DOLLARS (10000.00, divided into '

.. $t' '.'"P.ti 28th day of January. A. D., 1907, for classes of stevedoring connected i j timber rights, and other propertyi Qne Hundred Shares of the pal ral- "Jfiue
} inimnruicwv r"-J.-ir' Hides. Letters Patent on the proposed therewith.To situated in Marion count)'. Florida, of ONE HUNDRED DOLLARS, i 1
.. CURE>o :::Itft\1..--II'H' .<:.".". l;; (--.1.**.!... '''charter, copy of which is hereto attached do all such other things :the just valuation of which has been ($100.00), each. all of which said authorized { s
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SALTSICKIN :i YmJ'q .t 1 Z? I the original of which is on las are incidental or conductive I fixed by the corporators at said sum capital stock shall be payable i J!

J: I PvLNbYt1y CAIftl .. .:..,' THE AMERICAN SONG. i file in the office of the Secretary of I to the attainment of the ;of one hundred and twenty thousand 'I'in cash. 1

0' "ANY VLARS TO 8t 1"[eSi ..(.:,ilC'.i, c.flttt' State, at Tallahassee, Florida. "objects of any of them above named, dollars." Article IV. 1: MALT fOR OISrAsr ItTC" ;f AL ,. .\ which be conveniently! carried I :2. That the fifth section of said I
'IIn1 fjSAl'f'nr[.>>o r.f1.I.T.oIJI ..t;, 'r. ,. '"')',)' GEO. F. ARMSTRONG, may on TERM.The .
-. TIUiItMAN IS NOT A fICINt oot 6\1 'iY a S'IICII PD (The following stirring lines were JOHN WILLAIMS, and done in connection therewith I charter be amended by striking out I term for which this corporation I
CalVE IT A tU'Al A'It S\ -- B ,!t4PRlet / which be calculated directlyor I the words "second in December
CZitjrAi' discovered on the back of a hymn i W. N. CAMP, may to Wednesday -I shall exist Is Ninety-nine years. ..
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'011 SAl[8'IAlL aUAtl OJUiISH !.S'JrMU'fi:0: : evqACKERHAN book. The author is Rev. J1.. Savage -I O. T. GREEN, indirectly enhance the value of I ," and substituting thereforthe Article V. t 1:
F. D. M. STRACHAN, or render profitable any business or words third Tuesday in March." I OFFICERS.'f >fi
&SEWAicFROM [ : :) GEO. P. WALKER, property of the company. i 3. That the sixth section of said The business of this corporationshall
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ROBT. W. GROVES, charter be by striking out be conducted by a President.
What song shall America sing The undersigned do hereby associate The amount of capital stock author- II therefrom the words and figures "fifty a Vice-President, a Secretary and

FERTILE FLORI A. Young heir of the elder world, themselves together as a body ized by the corporation will be Two I thousand, 150.000.00," and substituting Treasurer, and a Board of Directors, _
to tyrant /corporate under the provisions of the Hundred Thousand Dollars, divided I therefor the words and figures, composed of not less than throe nor :
Whose nee ne'er bent a statute laws of the State of Florida, I into two thousand shares of the par I"one hundred thousand, $100,000.00." more than flva, to be elected at the ,
What They are Doing in the Land of king, land do publish the following articles I lvalue! of One Hundred Dollars per I 4. That the following clause be annual meeting of the Stockholdersto '

the Grapefruit and Pine. Whose banner defeat ne'er unfurled? i jof incorporation: I share, payable in lawful money of added as a part of said charter. to- be held on the second Monday In :,
the United States the same to be non- I wit: "This corporation shall, at its
A song for the brave and the free! ARTICLE I. February, A. D. 1907. and annually '
Titusvilie I assessable, and to be issued when the ,annual meeting to be held each year thereafter on the, second Monday fnT
One orange grower in the No echo of ancient rhyme; The name of this corporation shall
I therefor has been paid into the hereafter thereafter: as it '
money I or as soon February in each year; provided, that .j
econ will ship 3'\000' boxes of of for the day to be. |be "MUTUAL MINING CO IP.-\XY."
N ? But a shout hope treasury. J may be practicable to do SQ, elect aBoard the offices of Secretary and Treasirer
The I
of
principal place business
i ankes this season. The light of the coming time! I of this ARTICLE IV. I of Directors of the Company, may be held by one and the same
corporation shall be ;
Ocala Florida
at !
I I r i Beans, cabtage and new Irish pota I with such Branch offices I The term for which this company each of whom shall be a stockholderof Stockholder. The following named
as may I shall exist shall be ninety-nine :years. I this Company, and the said Boardof officers shall conduct the business
? arebeing'shipped daily form !' of
toes From the dark lowlands of the past, be adopted by the board of directors.
II ARTICLE V. Directors to be composed of not this corporation until those elected at
: Mims to the northern markets. Swelling loud o'er the -victim's cries I ARTICLE II. [more than seven members and not the first annual
meeting sbajl qualify:
The general nature of the businessto The business of this corporation 'I
!becoming
of Boston is -
-J. L. Beauchain. ,
the blast! three"tseal
The hero's shout sweeps up less: than President, G. W. Easterling: Vice-
shall be
be
transacted by this corporation I conducted by a President, !
interested in orange culture ) J. K KELLEY, President, R. S. Hall
diesr. Secretary and
Where wounded freedom : shall:!: be: to carry on the business of I Vice-President who shall also be j' ;
at San Mateo id will probably putout The drum's dull beat and the trum- mining and prospecting for phosphate, [ General Manager. Secretary and 12-7-St Secretary. I Treasurer, J. C. Boozer: Board of Di-

J a grove there. pet's b1a!J I and all kinds of minerals and other i i Treasurer, both of which offices may '- j rectors, G. W. E sterliug. R. S Hall i
V ;
land J
C-
W. B. Gray is shipping oranges heard materials, to erect works, plants, machinery be held by the same person, if de- NOTICE OF A MEETING THE : Boozer. .t\. l
I far-off are : ; I
From the years
to search for, prospect and I I sired, and by a board of 7 directors STOCKHOLDERS OF THE MAR- Article VI. 1
fr -r;l the famous Carney grove aT But the paean of King's i3 man's de mine phosphate and phosphatic materials i Iof j whom the President, Vice-President, TEL LUMBER COMPANY FOR I DEB'fF.DXESS.oJ 1

LaVe Wier. This fruit is of especial- spair and other mineral substances:: ; to :I Secretary and Treasurer shall be I THE PURPOSE OF INCREASING The highest amount of indebtedness 1

t ly fine quality and tla\or and always And the hope of the world < eteH d. crush, wash, fcftielt, reduce and otherwise members. All of :aid: officers of said i I THE CAPITAL STOCK OF THE shall not at any time, exceed TWENTY i

'I mmands a high price. render marketable the same; :! corporation shall be stockholders j SAID COMPANY. THOUSAND n LI.\RS. (*29.- .

to purchase, lease, sell and dispose i i I therein and all of said officers shall 000.00). 4
Wm. Neeld, of Riverview, will ship 'Tis the song of the free we sing! thereof, and develop the resourcesof i i be elected by the stockholders at their I Notice is hereby given, that a Article VII.

f about 3,000 boxes of oranges. He says Of a good time not yet born, any such mines and property I: annual meeting to be held on the last'[meeting of the stock holders of the SUBSCRIBERS.The .

) the groves In his section are beginning Where each man of himself is king; whether belonging; to this company or ;: Tuesday in December of each year. :I MARTEL LUMBER COMPANY will names and places of residence,
I to suffer unprecedently from the not. and to carry on the business ofa I,I I George Armstrong shall be President. be held at its place of business at together with the amount of the Cap
1 Of a day whose gladsome morn I trading company in all its :: \ Martel, Florida, on the 7 day of January ital Stock subscribed for by each is

diouth. Shall see tbe earth beneath our feet To carry on the business branche'j' John R. Williams shall beTice-Pres- 1907, at one o'clock p. m. The as follows:

t.... Though labor was particularly short And a fair sky overhead; phate miners and grinders, I ident and General Manager. object of the meeting being to authorize G. W. Easterling, Ocala. pla.,

1 and ;bO per cent. higher this year, When those now sad shall find life turers of super-phosphate ammonia, '! Robert W. Groves shall be Secretary and vote an increase of the 50 shares. -

i r tl sweet chemical fertilizers, makers and refiners Green, William N. Camp, George P. from Twenty-Five Thousand Dollarsto J. C. Boozer,. Ocala, Fla., 25 shares. ,
r view b-Mts the record says a report And none shall hunger for bread. Two Hundred Thousand Dollars. -----
of sulphuric acid and sulphateof Walker and Frank D.)1. Strachan : t
State of Florida
_
I' /from Jacksonville. ammonia, seed crushers and oil refiners shall constitute the first board of directors (seal) J. K. KELLEY,
*. has and oil cake manufacturers all of said officers to be 12-7 5t Secretary, County of Marion.On .
:' An immense strawberry: acreage Sing then our American song! and con this day personally came G. W. i
importers of and dealers in Peruvianand tinued in office and conduct the busi-
: in the Sanford section i
been planted 'Tis no boast ot triumphs won Easterling, R. S. Hall and J. C.
\ other guanos, phosphate, nitrateof I ness of the corporation until the election NOTICE. i
fall and large is expected. Boozer, to me well known to he the
i this a crop At the price of another's wrong,
soda, sulphate ammonia, and sim- and qualification of their successors .
r'T: e first berries should be on the.f' Or of foul deeds foully done. ilar substances and products.To. at the first election to be held under 1906 taxes are now due. individuals described in and who "
subscribed
their names to the ::
.\ \.. market soon after Christmas.J. We fight for the wide world's right, purchase and otherwise acquire, the provisions of this article. 1. Taxes are due and payable on ing articles of incorporation and forego ack- 1

T- W. Frazer, of U mat ilia, a former To enlarge life's scope and plan. build, erect, equip and maintain any I ARTICLE VI. the first Monday of November each nowledged before me that they subscribed
mining rights, lands, houses, factor The highest amount of indebtednessor J
i: turpentine operator, has purchas- : To flood the earth with hope and light, I year. the same for the uses and purposes
ies, machinery rents, rights, privi- liability to which this corporation 2. Personal and poll taxes must be therein set forth 0
5 -d half of J. Z. Kyzer's 10-acre bearIng To tiuild the kingdom of man! leges, exemptions and property of any shall at any time subject itself shall be I paid at the same time that real estateis In witness whereof I and have expressed.hereunto -J

: at Mims, for which description, whether real or personal Two Hundred Thousand Dollars.
orange grove I paid on, if the assessments are to set my hand and official seal this the |
Mr. Kyzer recived a good round sum. PLANT FOOD IN SOILS.It which may be deemed useful or conductive ARTICLE VII the same party. 19th day of December, A. D. 1906. -
to the attainments of of The of the subscribers to I
any names 3. If possible come in to '
;: Last year Arcadia shipped 273.000: person (seal) F. W. DITTO ;
the objects of the and to these articles follows and
are as
company; : taxes. Paying by mail
is estimated that if 3,500,000 pay your or Notary 'Public,'
.\.. IHJXCS of oranges and grapefruit. uso, manage, develop, let, sell, exchange -' their places of residence is set oppo- through other parties, is frequently My commission expires 21st day of j
Those best able to judge declare that pounds soil constitute the weight of or otherwise turn to accountor site each name, together with the unsatisfactory. March, 190S. j
12-21-4t.J
1 thfie will be more than 300,000 boxes one acre one foot deep (43,560: cubic deal with or dispose of the sameas amount of stock subscribed for by 4. When you come to pay your taxes -

hipped from that point this year. feet), an analysis of the soil devotedto may be necessary or advisable for each. bring a description from your deedor
:
) in the Sandwich Islands the purpose of the company.To Shares of latest tax receipt, of what you wishto NOTICE.In .
to Jan. 1 are sugar
Florida oranges up inventions the
acquire any or Name, Residence. Capital Stock. pay on.
much sweeter to the taste than California would show it to contain the following I right to use any inventions capable of George F. Arm uoug, savannah, oa. 600 5. Don't wait till last few days of Marion Circuit Court, Fifth Judi-

fruit. The reason for this is quantities. i being used fir any purpose connectedwith Wil'.mn N Camp. Ocala, rla. foo time to pay, then expect the best ser cial Circuit of Florida.
L John k. NViliintns: Ala'hua.o'la too
These large'quantities indicate I any of the business or operations vice either mail in The
by or
; that the season in Florida is earlier I Robcu \\ ro".es. Savannah Gs. i person.
I that would be required to I of the company, and to acquire i I F D M, Strachan, Brunswick, Ga. i rush is then on and delays are una Tampa & Jacksonville Railway Company .
[ and oranges are now ripe there, while : many years or cause to be applied for and obtained George Waker, savannah Ga. i voidable. You must take your turnas a Corporation Organized and
.. in California they are not. ex'ause the soil of its fertility. I any letters patent or concessions O. T. Green. Ocala, Fla. t it comes. Existing Under the Laws of the

tiThe Fruit Growers' Ice Co., at Regarding the flaxtion of phosphoric -,of analogous character in respect of Witness the signatures of the sub You must have your propert prop- State of Florida, vs. Irene B. Brew

acid, ammonia, and potash. its I any inventions and to grant and issue scribing incorporators: assessed if wish avoid j
Gainesville, capitalized at $50,000 is erly you to er.-Notice of Condemnation Pro.
preparing to build an enormous ice known that in the first one inch of I Ii licenses for the use of any such GEO. F. ARMSTRONG, 600 shares, trouble in payment of taxes. The collector ceedings.
I inventions upon such terms and con- WILLIAM N. CAMP, 600 shares, cannot alter the valuation or
at that city. When completedthis i soil there is retained about 53 percent :ditions be deemed Notice is hereby given to all
plant as may expedient. JOHN R. WILLIAMS, 600 shares, description of assessments found on per-
will be one of the largest plantsin of ammonia. In the first six I To sell or otherwise dispose of all O. T. Green, 1 share the tax books. sons interested in or having a lienon

the state and will fill a long-felt inches of soil, about 99 per cent. of !! or any part of the business, propertyand GEORGE P. WALKER, 1 share, E. L. CARNEY, the following described property

.ammonia. It has been found that prac- ;, assets of the company, and to ROBERT W. GROVES, 1 share, I 11-9-tf Tax Collector. situate, lying and being in Marion
want. accent in navment for any orooertv F. D. M. STRACHAN. 1 share, county, Florida, and more particularly
Around Indianola crops are suffer- tically one-half of the phosphoric* acid sold -by the-company or otherwise disposed -I 1! NOTICE OF MASTER'S SALE. described as follows, to-wit: '

ing for want of rain. Were it not and ammonia, and C9 per cent. of the i of, or for work done services i State of Georgia, A strip of land one hundred and
of is renderpd, expended. snares: Under virtue of certain final fifty feet wide situate in the north-
that all potash from sulphate potash, I moneys and by a
for the heavy fogs hang over County of Chatham, '
at night and late in the porenoon, the : fixed and held within the first inch of I stocks' debentures, or obligations of I I hereby certify that before me personally decree in chancery made and entered 14 west, range quarter 20,of and section more 10 particularly, township

orange trees would be more injured soil, and 99 per cent. or practically I any company, and to hold, deal with I appeared George F. Armstrong Jon the 3rd day of November, 1906, by described as follows: Seventy-five
I and dispose of the same. I William N. Camp, John R. the Hon. W. S. Bullock, judge of the
held within the first
whole
by the long drouth than they have the is I To purchase and otherwise acquireand 'j Williams, Robert W. Groves, George I circuit court of the fifth judicial circuit feet on each side of the center line

; been. six inches of soil. But these elements I undertake all or any part of the P. Walker and O. T. Green, each of I of Florida, sitting in chancery of the survey of the Tampa & Jack

The farmers of Hastings are get I are gradually dissolved and carried ] business, property or liability of any I whom are to me well known as the I for Marion county, in a certain cause sonville railway company, starting ata

ting down to hard work. They expect further down by the repeated heavy other company carrying on any business j' persons who subscribed to the fore- I therein pending wherein Ella Lloyd point on the center'line of section
I which this company is authorized 10 five hundred and twenty-nine (529)
going articles of incorporation, and ,
The
rainfalls or heavy irrigations. was complainant and Henry L. Lloyd
to get a full half million for their potatoes -i to carry on, or possessed of any I each of whom acknewledged before I' feet west of the center corner of the
i next spring in fact, they fell 'Am. Chem. Soc., Jan. 1903, reports that | property suitable for the purposes of was defendant, the undersigned spec-
; j me that he signed the said articles !ial master in chancery will offer for said sec. thence east eight degrees and
very little short of it this season, and I there were the soluble fertilizer ingredients this company.To lof i incorporation as one of the sub- sale and will sell to the highest and fifty-five minutes east to the north

I, they will increase: the acreage this I. not fixed at once, the loss I this issue shares, in either the capital as fully stockof orpartly scribers to said articles and each of I best bidder for cash, before the court line of said section 10. and contain

-' .. 'winter.I would be very great; but the experi- company in for I said subscribing incorporators acknowledged -'!house door in Marion county, Florida, ing nine and three-tenths acres, more '-
paid exchange
I up any
before that he had sub-
ments show that under heavy wash- | j me on the 7th day of January, 1907, or less; to be and appear before this
b' Captain John Jones, of Bradentown, I property or for shares or obligations !scribed, for the amount of capital I
of said
hours sale day
between the legal Honorable court on the
( '%.w ings, they are fixed very rapidly. But .of any other company or corporation, stock set his
opposite name.
has raised a new kind of sweet potato I
D. 1907
I Fourth day of February, A. ,
the first in said month
: whether incorporated in the United I being Monday
in I further that I
the solubility of these substances [ certify am a duly
from stock from Dahomy, sent to the States or elsewhere having objects the i and a legal sale day, the following described same being the first Monday of said
water after the first irrigation, though I commissioned Notary-Public, under month and a rule day of said court
agricultural department. The potatoes -I same as, or similar in whole or part to : the laws of Georgia, and that my lands lying and being in Marion
' are purple in color, grow in slight, emphasizes the importance of 'those of this company.To j I commission as such official is now in couny, to-wit: to show cause, if any, why said property
. keeping the irrigation well under con amalgamate with any other company Ii I Beginning at a point 75 feet south should not be condemned and
bunches at the roots and the leases of I force, and does not expire until twen- shownby
taken for and as
of lot 2 of uses purposes
of the
corporation, partnership. un- I northwest corner
trol. The nitrogen of sulphate of ty-fourth day of August, A. D., 1910.
; the plant can be cooked and eaten the petition filed herewith, or else
block 25 0. S. Ocala, running thence
with the ,
dertaking or objects
person
In witness whereof I have hereuntoset
I ammonia is gradually changed to nitrate iI i- I 'I I to be barred of all right, title and in
like spinach.r same. as or similar to the .objects of my hand and affixed my official I south 37 feet, thence east CO' feet,
Prof. Berger of the State Experimental -I and most of that which the this company, or any or- them, upon seal, this the fourteenth day of December :north 37 feet, thence west CO feet to terest whatsoever in and to said 3

Station, was at Titusville lastweek I plant has not assimilated is washed any terms, under any conditions or A. D., 1906. the point of beginning, the said 37 property.In .
f the done away by the first irrigation or heavy restrictions and with or without guar- (seal) J. J. GAUDRY. feet north and south by CO feet east witness whereof, I have hereunto
,I' investigating ravages acid is antees for the performance of any .I Notary Public, I and west is in the southwest corner set my hand and affixed the seal of

: by the white fly. lie strongly recommended -I rainfall. 'The phosphoric more special obligation of any other personor I Chatham County, Ga. |of lot 2 of block 25 Old Survey, Ocala. said court, this 15th day of December,

spraying the orange trees at I firmly bound, and the loss of this substance company. I j H. M. HAMPTON, 1906.

I this time of the war before the warm is very slight. Under the con- To promote, establish or procure I State of Georgia- 1 112-7 Special Master in Chancery. (seal) S. T. SISTRUNK.
Clerk Circuit Court.
ditions of the tests, 19 cent. of the incorporation of company, society I
per any
weather sets in, as it is easier to get County of Glynn. I By George Leitner, D Ql;
potash applied as sulphate was washed partnership or undertaking. andto I I that NOTICE OF APPLICATION FOR
before
rid of the fly in winter. hereby certify me personally I F. M. SIMONTON. '
of
subscribe take PATENT.
I Oranges are moving from Leesburg I below six inches by eight irriga security or or otherwise by way, and purchase to-I appeared Frank D. M. Strach- : LETTERS Attorney for Petitioner. 12-21
I an, to me well known as one of the
I ver rapidly and soon the bulk of the I tions. We thus see that heavy and offer for public or private subscriptionor I persons who subscribed to the foregoing NOTICE is hereby given that we. I

crop will be gone. Lettuce is also be- repeated irrigations wash out the to negotiate the sale of the shares, articles of incorporation an-i acknowledged -i the undersigned, four weeks after the ADMINISTRATOR'S NOTICE OF

ginning to move; a splendid crop, it available ammonia add potash: ana bonds and obligations of any such before me that he signedthe I first publication! of this notice will FINAL SETTLEMENT AND DISCHARGE
company, society or undertaking, and apply to the Governor of the Stateof .
this will partially account for the fact said articles of incorporation as
} will be raised here this
Is reported, to make any contracts, leases or Florida, for Letters Patent to issue: -
of the subscribers said articles
fertilizer one to
I year. The many irrigation plants that ;I that very often the effects of a agreements in relation thereto.To and as one of the said subscribing incorporators under the following proposed ct art r: Xotice is hereby given that on the

have been installed have proven to especially of a nitrogenous fer- borrow or raise money for the acknowledged before me G. W. EASTERLING, 8th day of May, A. D., 1907,

! be the salvation of the grower; the tizer. are not lasting.-Amerlcan Fer- purposes of the company; to create, that he had subscribed for the amount j;i ilof R. S. HALL the undersigned will present his
! execute and issue bonds or debentures stock his J. C. BOOZER. final accounts and vouchers to Joseah
,J crop is assured and it now depends tilizer. stocks, mortgages and other I I capital further certify set opposite that I am a name.duly i COPY OF THE PROPOSED CHAR- Bell, county judge, Marion county

, on the market as to the size of the instruments (to bearer or otherwise, i I commissioned Notary Public under TER OF THE EASTERLING. Florida, at his office at Ocala, and

grower's bank account. After a painstaking investigationthe and either redeemable or perpetual) j I|the Laws of Georgia, and that my.I DRUG COMPANY.We i male final settlement and apply for

The of some 630 acres of local committee on the race riot for the securing and repayment there- j!'commission as such official is now in the undersigned hereby associate -! final discharge as administrator of
owner
I' in Atlanta reported that not one of of, with or without charge upon all force, and does not expire until 13th I ourselves together for the purpose estate of J. Porter Smith, deceased.
marsh land east of Fernandina purposes -I or any of the property of the company of becoming incorporated under November, 2,
of D.
the vicious negroes whose crimes had day January, A. 190S. j i 1906.T.
to build a dyke 1,200 feet long I and upon such terms as to priority In witness wrereof, I have hereunto :he Laws of the State of Florida! applicable N. SMITHs ,
I aroused popular fury was murdered by otherwise the for of Estate of I.
Administrator the
profit.
to reclaim it fromt he sea. Major Cas- or as company set my hand and affixed my official to corporations \
i the mob. All of the victims were absolutely shall think fit. Article 1.NAME. Porter Smith Deceased. ll2m
this the 17th of December
seal, .
s\us\ M. Gillette will perfect the plans.bo.l.I.'l'he day ,
I innocent, all of them reputable To lend, invest and deal with mon- A. D., 1906. .
Fernandina Star says the marsh ey of the company not immediately i The name of this corporation shall NOTICE.
negroes who left wives and child (seal) GEO. H. SMITH.
pl1ands are very rich and expects that required, upon such security or with- 12-23 Notary Public. I be THE EASTERLING DRUG COMPANY -
J,, proposed work will bring a new ren. They fell a prey to blind passionand out security and in such manner as I and its principal place of The annual meeting of the stock

savage lust of blood which let the from time to time may be determined. NOTICE OF APPLICATION TO THE ,business shall be OCALA. Marion holders of the Marion Hardware Co.,
and Important trucking industry to ,
real criminals escape. Furthermore as 'I GOVERNOR OF THE STATE OF )County, Florida; but it may establish will be held at their office In Ocala,
Fernandina and add largely to the in the recent race trouble at Scooba, To raise money upon loans or oth FLORIDA FOR AN AMENDMENT !I ofScps and agencies In any other place" Florida, on the second Tuesday of
The marsh is overflowed erwise for the of the com in out of the State of1ori4a.
population. purposes OF THE CHARTER OF THE or places or January 1907, the same being
" the not leading I
Miss. lynchers were
at present by high tides.-Xew York I pan)'. MARTEL LUMBER COMPANY. ." January 8, 1907,
Produce News. citizens, but hoodlums and toughs of I To make, accept, endorse and execute : Article II. for the purpose of electing officers

the low white class.-World. promissory notes, bills of exchange Notice is hereby given that on the BUSINESS.The and attending to such other business

: and other negotiable instru- 'th; day of January 1907, at Tallahassee : general nature of the business to as may come before the meeting.E. .

Wise Counsel from the South. Spare Ribs. ments. Florida, application will be made be transact d is: P. THAGARD
"I want to give some valuable advice To purchase construct, lease, own by the MARTEL LUMBER COMPANY 1. To buy and sell drugs, seeds and 12-14 Secretary.For .

to those suffering with lame back and operate rail or tram roads, or for an amendment to its char- all articles usually bought and sold _
nd kidney troubles," says P. R. Blaensap Always parboil the spare ribs be- ,: canals, for the purposes of its own ter, as follows: in conducting a wholesale and retail .

4, _; of Beck Tenn. "I have proved -j fore cooking, then put them on a hot I business, but not as a common carrier 1. That the third clause of the charter drug business; a Two Cent Stamp.A

to an absolute certainty that Electric -. griddle and broil quickly. Some of the: having none of the rights and of the Martel Lumber Companybe 2 To fill prescription: common process has been discor-

Bitters will positively cure this water in which they are boiled may be 1 privileges of common carriers: or stricken out, and that in lieu thereof 3. To own and operate a soda fountor ered to possess healing propertisnotknown

I. distressing condition. The first bot-! the none of the duties, obligations or liabilities the following be inserted as the soda fountains, ice cream and soft nretofore, but surpassing any
in
them after
L tie gave me great relief and after ; poured over pan of common carriers; to third clause in said charter, to- drink parlor, dealing in such drinksas other drug. The discoverer will fora
taking a few more bottles I was I I they are done and butter with a little -
"-j completely operate, construct, lease and maintain wit: is customary; two cent stamp tell anyone what
; 'T cured; so completely that it I II flour rubbed into it. Season with saw-mills, turpentine stills and "3. The amount of cpatial stock 4. To buy, own, sell and controlall is. Address X Pumipi, Fla. x

I. ,became a pleasure" to recommend this i i pepper, salt and sage, and. if you can, .plants; to purchase and sell naval will be Two Hundred Thousand Dollars -i kinds of real and personal prop jt
great remedy. Sold under guarantee I ,stores, foreign or domestic; to construct consiting of two thousand ]erty;
at Tydings & Co.'s Drug Store. Price I always have hot corn bread to serve purchase leae and chartersteara shares of the par value of one hun-I, i i.; To do all things necessary reasonable ASK YOUR DRUGGIST FOR 1907..t FRE2PERUNA .

..: 50 cents. m j I with them. I l vessels and other craft to ba I I dred dolafrs each, and that the said and requisite In carrying out the ALMANAC FOR

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DEATH OF ROBERT G. BLAKE. x.11111" " "111" ""t""t""Y"" " "1" "1" " " " " " "111" .

The readers of this paper were I informed

that Mr. Robert G. Blake --- ,

It- while ,acting the part of Santa Claus
; at the Christmas entertainment given -. .
--
the members of the Presbyterian ..- __ i
.
t Sunday School at the armory on Sat- .......
prday evening before Christmas, was; -- "- .....,

stricken with paralysis and was takento ......
his home in an unconscious cone


tion.He has never spoken since that time HAY OATS
I
but recovered sufficiently to communicate VttlF
with his family by writing. He

was also able to take nournshoment
--- .....
his family and friends were buoyed 'iI
. with the hope that he was on UJ -filii '
.
itand ---
I J way to recovery. But he soon again' :
I t lapsed into unconsciousness and his ...... .....
, I' spirit went out to the Great Beyond --- ;

; as the new year was ushered in. --- ',

. "to Mr. Blake" was the son of the late
': Rev. E. L. T, Blake who was for many
!,
years a preacher in the Methodist -.-.
:'. conference of this state, filling many -- ;
--- '
I Y important pulpits and whose memoryis -
held in high and sacred esteem. -- --- ,

The deceased was born in Monti- t ,
, ; cello forty-seven years ago. When --

# quite a young man he received an appointment -- ..
;q -
E at the capital in Washington ; -_-_ N.N.N.4N1............. .........NN.NNNN..6. ......4 ..........NN.....NNNOb.....1NN.N.NNNNNN.1..+. :: :
: which threw him in contact with

the great men of the times and which

Ifr.+f'. moved broadened to this his intellectual city about twentyfiveyears scope. He
Let Us You Prices
ago and was city clerk and Quote 'I

[t- agent of the F. C. & P. railway for a tt1iF
number of years. He afterwards entered tlilf -- -

,: the mercantile business and was ...... ;
a partner of Mr. George W. :Martin "- 44.4N....N..44.._44.444. ..4....46.....44 N4..4.e44....4+.........4.44..... .NNNNN.NNNi1..NNbM.N.NNs }
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'1; of the Ocala News company. After -
sever'ng his connection with that firm _--_ .I.

1 lie engaged in organizing lodges of .- "..

.'. the Modern Maccabbees and had just Ir... '
organized a large lodge in Tampa and .- -4 of
"
I -' returned to Ocala to enjoy the holidaysw.lb ---- f __ "I
his family when he was stricken -- .
v'tb. paralysis, which resulted in his -- -.. ."
t
-- .....- .,
death. __ ===:: .;:-f
.; Mr. Blake married Miss Lula Sanders -- --

Q at Auburn. Ala., in 1893, and his
--
wife and two children, Miss Irma -- _
Fake and Master Robert Blake, sur- lF "
-*ve him. He also leaves to mourn -

> his death his aged mother and a sistEr tt- .-4I....

Miss Jessie Wake, of Tallahassee, --- ---
; and two married sisters, :Mrs. Gorman; -- ......
j' and Mrs, Bidulph, The bereaved famIly -- ---
.....
have the deep sympahty of their,1-- __
best of friends in their bereavement. '
Mr Blake was an esteemed citizen I I 1I tY ..................*....... .*............*........... .........................* .......................... .......... :-:_

and vas a man of sterling character. F --

He was a member of the Knights of

Pythias, Fraternal Union, the Wood __
men of the World and the Modern :Mac ......

"t cabbees and all of these organizations, ___ A BRO. If )-

participated at his funeral.

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: ', BOARD OF TRADE MEETING.A .

meeting ofOOcala Board of; J
3 Wholesale Grocers
t' Trade was held in the council chain E.

; ber Friday afternoon at.4 o'clock.i' t ,

There were only a few in attendance 4 ti''; -- 1 -

'.. f The secretary, Mr. C. L. Bittinger, i
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:" i E bad provided a cheerful fire and was -
OCALA FLORIDA.
l himself in his usual cheerful, bouy-
!t ant and effervescent state of mind ..... ,

r and greaw eloquent over the shortcomings cs--
f. of the A. C. L. railway and there ........................................................................ ....... ............ ..++ ............. .
lA- ?
)It visit of its officials to our city the -- .
, t day before. As the speech was not -i ---

i, committed to short hand we are sorry # -e,
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that we are unable to reproduce it in
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: our columns to''the edification and .
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f'It. enjoyment of our readers. @rlti- -- 1 14Il'

.' The meeting was formal and the -- u
'; minutes were dispensed with. .
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; Messrs. W. D. Cam, Thos. H. Keat ...... '

f;.: ing, J. W. Crosby and D. W. Tomp- 1
kins were duly elected members of :::: :: t L
the organization.. T. II. Wallis ::: T0 i,
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was re-elected. C ___ !
I ", : The arranging for the reception of -- I
f .... _
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I ) the state board of trade, which meets ..... -- ,'
In Ocala on January ICth, was referred I
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to the executive committee _, I
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which is composed of the following .- I
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members: :
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J .: Messrs. T. T. Munroe, C. L. Bit- -4

ifs' tinger, George MacKay, Charles Rhei- i 4...4.....N....N....NNN...44...N...N..N..NM.0.N ,4-4.................. .....44/4.NN..NNN.... 4.4...+++++ "
S. A. Rawls and -- -
: -" nauer, T. E. Biggs

_ 4 Jake The Brown.work of the "plan and scope" ilk I1 "

committee was outlined by President We SolicitYourTrade IF. '
2. Munroe and he stated that satisfactory -

,. (' progress was being made. He
L said that Mr. H. L. Anderson would be !

I In Bartow Friday and would visit : .......................... ................................................... ......44 44NN 44444444444444 44 -::0
I many other places before returning to.
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f Ocala. __ ---4IIJ
U3' He is acting in conjunction with --- ,_
Attorney General Ellis. --
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The board of trade thinks that the -
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bl movement it set on foot is bearing .
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good fruit and is being applauded -
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throughout the state.'a1' -41
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Christmas Party at the Rectory. p- --
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of the Christmas free r
In lieu __ \J'
11t',....1' which was abandoned on account of .- 'i..
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} the intensely cold weather last week. fis-

J :h the children of Grace Episcopal \ Z
church were given a party at the rectory
kn1 rlnb*t Monday afternoon, which was avery '

)I played happy merry substitute.games and The spent children an afternoon 1"I
I ICORN IBRANI
f' of great delight. Each was I

1 given a bag of candy, which was to -

INT 1' nave room been on cake the and tree fruit and in jelly the was dinIng : I I I I

# served. The table was prettily art 1 ::: <3!!, 't="'- '""' ....,p. .,.,,__ t-, ,,=- t _
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ranged its principal decoration being 1-- --
r' a small Christmas tree in the' --- -.:

q center. .. )
Mr. and Mrs. Harrison and a number -- "/ '
.t of the ol.\er members of the
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make the afternoon -- --.

p- children.Sunday school a memorable helped to one for the :fi ...," " ,.,' ''t"1"6." '.'." ." '" " !" '6"4"" " "llJ' ,






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