The Ocala banner
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Title: The Ocala banner
Uniform Title: Ocala banner (Ocala, Fla. 1883)
Alternate Title: Ocala daily banner
Daily banner
Physical Description: Newspaper
Language: English
Publisher: The Banner Pub. Co.
Place of Publication: Ocala Marion County Fla
Creation Date: January 11, 1907
Publication Date: 1883-
Frequency: weekly[]
weekly[ former aug. 25, 1883-dec. 28, 1888]
daily (except sunday)[ former dec. 30, 1888-]
Subjects / Keywords: Newspapers -- Ocala (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
Newspapers -- Marion County (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
Genre: newspaper   ( marcgt )
newspaper   ( sobekcm )
Spatial Coverage: United States -- Florida -- Marion -- Ocala
Coordinates: 29.187778 x -82.130556 ( Place of Publication )
Dates or Sequential Designation: Vol. 17, no. 12 (Aug. 25, 1883)-
Numbering Peculiarities: Issues for 1884 later called new ser. vol. 2.
General Note: Editors: T.W. Harris, F.E. Harris, C.L. Bittinger.
General Note: Description based on: New ser., vol. 2, no. 14 (Dec. 1, 1883).
Funding: Funded by NEH in support of the National Digital Newspaper Project (NDNP), NEH Award Number: PJ-50006-05
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Holding Location: University of Florida
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.".."..S...444444.44444444.+44(4.44444' Airs. Meadows, of Anthony, spent Sun. i IN. C., arrived in Ocala Monday aftiri -

I day and Monday with friends in this i, moon and will spend a portion of the
: Hi4 I i city. (winter at his father's place near this S

H FOR 1907 jcity. !L fLT DEPOSIT VAULT t

4 4 4 Little Miss Mary Howard, of Gra- -.

4 4 bamville, has been spending the past j Miss Dolly Berkstresser returned to

4 4 4 few days in Ocala, the guest of Mrs. :i her home at Hawthcrne Monday after ,
4 4 I i We have boxes to rent at $5.00 that
n fi v DfUU/In. 4', Frances Howse and family.Mr. ja very pleasant visit in Ocala, the I year

4 1> iis: lHJiil: ', ''guest of Mrs. T. D. Bryan. I I i will hold a big lot of valuable papers, jewelry, '
$ fij Harry Precht and Mr. R. D. II I I
f 4 4 *! etc. Also larger boxes little
4 <>,Jones have found their horses, whose Miss Lois Dame the pretty little I costing a more

<> :es-trays were advertised in this paper. daughter of !Ir. and Mrs. C. H. Dame You keep the key. Come and see them. '

: : AND CASH BOOKS 4 4 ii!Mr. Cam took up Mr.. Precht's and gave a very happy party Tuesday afternoon 'i

t ill c :Mr. Jones found his at McIntosh to a number of her small'I MUNROE & CHAMBLISS
I which was taken up by Mr. Gaitskill.Mr. friends.
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$ 4 --
.1' A. B. Albritton, a prominent The Ocala high school opened :Monday -I BANKERS. f

citizen and the post master of Daisy.was morning at nine o'clock.li.verr: 1 I: tib t

) '' among the visitors to the county teacher was on hand and the atten- I _.__. 4:
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illnstHffitp' l1l'lH)1' S tmjII'' site Monday as was likewise Mr. dance was larger than before Christ -'- -- ----- j
t ) t ( committee consisting of Comrades<< ................ -
Alexander Holly, who is now tem- mas and the remainder of the term I II i Frank Harris W. C. Jeffords and H.

porarily In ins on Lake Keer. bids fair to be a most successful one. I BIGGEST
: ,I,C. Gates was appointed to draft suita- LINE
1t \-/ AEI, I ble resolutions expressing the .
Miss Nellie Hooper returned to Mrs. Emerson Pooser and little regret
4 9'NO. Jacksonville of the camp on his retirement.A .
Sunday. Miss OF1WATCHESI
..+N......+44...44 4.4 .4440.+...+40.+44.N Hooper daughter, after a short visit in Ocala
teaches one of the public schools in rising vote of thanks was also
; with Mr. and Mrs. F. D. Pooser and
...".. Y4 N04...i.".Ner.COaba t69004 100. tendered
-_.._ --.---. -. --- .r :that city and is a very popular! teacher. Mr. and Mrs. R. 0. Connor, returnedto Commander Hubbard for his:
--- She spent the holidays in Ocala their home at Arcadia Monday af- activity and enthusiasm in strengthening -

MISS SARA ELIZABETH HARRIS. Mrs. Anna Bond Hopkins, of Orange':with her sister, Mrs. J. R. Moorhead. ternoon. the Marion camp, it having grown

Lpcal Editor. Lake, came down Tuesday afternoon ...... I under his administration to be the
L--- -- -- -. -- -: for a short visit and is stopping at Mr. G. C. Cram has returned home largest camp in Florida" On motionof .J
': Miss Ida Foye came up from Orlando -
LOCAL AND PERSONAL. the Ocala House. I from Bainbridge, Ga., where he was Comrade W. 0. Massey, secondedby
yesterday to open her dancing I
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called on account of an accident to a number of others it was proposedto .
Mr XL J. Roess spent yesterday in i Mr. C. H. Hollinsworth returned to i iI his brother, who was badly hur by class at Yonges hall last night. She give Commander Hubbard a small FOR 1
lessons Monday
expects to give every -
Jacksonville.Mr. Duunellon Monday. He had been in being run over by; an engine. His leg token from the camp in appreciation
I night and from nine to twelve
this city for about ten days for treatment 'was badly crushed and will probably of his :bervices.: A gold headed cane
Isaac Stevens chairmanof o'clock will give a dance to which
is now I at the Marion county hospital.:: ,have to be amputated.Mr. bearing a suitable inscription was selected LADIES( AND GENTlEMAN( 1
the board of public instruction. I she invites the young people to be and will be presented to him
present. Mrs. Harry Cline will play
I Miss Gouley Sanders, who came upo I Charles P. Haycraft, one of the at the next meeting of the camp on

Home, made pastry and dairy products *. attend the funeral of her uncle, the 1 best known citizens of the Fellowship for the dances. I Jan. 19.The NFf

served at Heating's Cafe. 1-9 late R. G. Blake, returned to her home
neighborhood, was one of the election of officers was then
The following Woodmen of the
!at Gainesville Monday afternoon. ]representatives of his section in Ocala I.proceeded with.
Dr. and :Mrs. T. K. Slaughter ofLevon World went out to Martel Tuesday af-
i Dn': Saturday and was a caller at our L. M. Graham, of Connor, was unanimously -
were shopping in Ocala! Tues ternoon to be present at theIartel
day. (I Miss Georgia Borger returned to I affice. Woodman's big celebration and supper elected commander; g. T. 39
Ocala Sunday morning from Lake Williams and T. D.
I adjutant Lancaster -
in the evening, viz: Messrs. C. L. .
:City, where she spent the holidays at Grand Master Lester, of Tampa, of 1 treasurer.The .
Miss Lucile Moore has returned
Bittinger, C. H. Dame R. W. Flynn,
home from a visit to her aunt, Mrs. : her home. 1 tae Independent Order of Odd Fellows I X. 1. GotMieb, P. V. Leavengood, M. camp was requested to meet in THE JEWELER. 1

was a visitor to Ocala Monday this city at the council chamber at
Sue D. Feaster.Mr. I Mr. J. W. Fant, o! Tantville, one of and at night spoke in the armory to Fishel, J. R. White, Marcus Frank, .+.+..+.................+.
I J. A. Malaver and others. The
; R. I). Jones has lost a fine horse. i the best men in the county was in he Odd Fellows and the Rebekah 1
Martel made big preparationsfor
Ht otters a reward for the recoveryof I Ocala Monday and paid us a social' II IIi 1 odge. Quite a number were out to this camp event and it was a-,.;reat suc .......................... .....4...................
game. i and financial call. neet this distinguished gentleman. .
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cess. 9 H. ROBINSON, Pre:. .1 s

tK" !William KnoHock, one of Mar I Miss L-gie Blitch returned to Ocala Mrs. Bessie Reddiek! of Chester, S. y S. H. BLITCH, Mgr. J. C. BOOZER Ant. Mgr.

gin's best known citizens, iras in i,Monday morning from Blitchton to C., who stopped over in Ocala for a Dr. Powers was cahed to two cases 4 GEO. J. BLITCH, Teller. a

vjcala Tuesday. '[continue her studies in the Ocaia high 'short visit with her cousin. Mrs.1'. of accidents Tuesday. The first wes i i

f !school. IV. Xewsom, on her way from: Brooks- that of Mr. Charles Sands, of Silver x
The Hold the
..Ir. 2J. Good; hs returned home I I has returned borne. Mrs. Red- Springs, who was wounded in the legs Strong i
l The county commissioners have I by the accidental discharge of a sh'ot-
his Christmas visit to his old home dick expected to stop over in Jackson-
.' I leased the: county convicts to the Mr. Sands was brought to Ocala
at Augusta, fa. gun.
ville for a day or two.
''Ie srs. Edwards: Rnthprs. The bids and is now in the hospital. The other I COMMERCIAL I

The l hoar of county commissioners [i have not yet been made public. Capt. Frank Lytle, the original case was that of Mr. Campbell, who BANK\

visited the poor farm Tuesday fore-. .I "middle of the road"( man of Marion operates a sawmill two miles below ,
I| Mr. C. C. Priest, an army comrade
noon in a body. I .county, who still has the courage of Cornell. The unfortunate gentleman : OCALA FLtl. f
ours and sterling citizen and farmer
jof i his convictions, was in Ocala Tues fell on a saw while in motion and had

We are sorry to learn that Mr. E. of Anthony, was in to see. us Monday -day. He says positively that the: or- his arms badly ]lacerated..

I D. Duncan is again quite ill. He is i afternoon.Mr. ,groves at and around Lake Weir showno 'I $ Has Upon Public Confidence is EviI I

cow at the hospital. j iI I : evidence of having been injured Will Reside at Istachatta.Mr. .
ji W. M. Gist, of McIntosh, way
i i in been i by the recent cold weather. John R. Martin and family left t denced by its Large and Increasing :
the city Monday, having
Judge Wall, of the sixth circuit, is Monday afternoon for Istachatta. Mr ,1 :
I Summoned as a Juryman on the Gor
suffering so severely with erysipelas Harry Houston Lapham, jr., arrivedin Martin, who is now largely engaged in ''t Business i
don case, but was excused from this II
Alhat he is unable to hold court. (I duty. Ocala Sunday morning at ten a. m., 1 1I the turpentine business is making that .

: s J ante }iCredib s returned I to make his home with his parents. place his headquarters and for the ........................... N.N 4NN..........Nl

: to Ocala after a short visit to her j Mr. J. A. T.'eynolds and his son. I Mr. and Mrs. H. H. Lapham. He is 1 present he and his family will make .
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home in MIcanopy. ,L. Reynolds, were in to see us Sat- a fine little fellow and his parents, I their home there. -

I urday. Mr. Reynolds is one of our are being very warmly congratulatedby Their Ocala friends hope that itwill ----

Miss Mary Briggs, after an absence valuabde Lynne subscribers and is a their friends. ot be very long before they will DIRECTORS
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from Ocala of more than two years, substantial and progressive farmer. return to this city.
Miss Jane Gilbert passed through i
has returned home. R. S. Hall George MacKay J. K. Christian
Ocala Tuesday, spending several hour .
Left for
:Mrs. D. A. Clark, of Martel spent Tampa.Mr. H. A. Ford Z. C. ChamblissT.
here. She has been spending several W. J. Chambers, who has been
Mr. Menefee, of Leesburg, formerly !Sunday in Ocala, having come in especially T. Munroe J. B. Brooks
the A. C. 1.. agent in this city, was a to hear Rev. W. H. Dodge's weeks at Martel with Mr. and Mrs a resident of Ocala for the past four

visitor to Ocaal on Monday. first sermon at the Presbyterian Henry W. Long and was returning to I and a malt years, left Monday for

church.Mr. Weld w a Springs, where she makes Tampa where he will make his future In addition to its excellent facillities this! Bank

Miss May Turnley returned home her home with Mr. and Mrs. D.1.. home having moved his shoe store to \

Sunday from Tampa, where she ..pen* Karl Pfeiffer father of :Mrs. F. Barco. that city. Mr. Chambers' family will has the advaetage of a competent, capable and good

the holidays with her mother.Mr. G. B. Weihe.'ho has made his homein join him in tha city later on.
I Miss Louise Scott has returned I Board of Directors and a strong body of Sockhoders.!
of Ocala'smost
Ocala for some years, has gone to Mr. Chambers was one ,
and Mrs.:: Alfred Ayer came home after a very delightful visit withfriends
Orlando to visit his son, Mr. Fred prominent and progressive citizens i
home Monday afternoon from n visitto I at Palm Beach and Miami
he and his will be
Pfeiffer.Mr. and family
the former's home at Mclntoh. I She was accompanied home by Miss.
missed It is THE BANK
greatly by our people. I CENTRAL NATIONAL
Elizabeth Ledbetter, of Atlanta who,
,kT aud Mrs. Otto Mente and children a matter of sincere regret that they
Mr. Myron Jackson came home will be her for several weeks.
.. guest
have returned to their home in
) will no longer claim Ocala as their OF OCALA
afternoon from a visit to hisparents ,
[ Jacksonville, after spending a short home.
Mrs. Spellman has rented Mrs.Law's .
Gainesville.! .
at 'IJIt.- ;: >afi it:
while in Ocala with Mrs. Mente's -
I parents residence Fort King The very best wishes of the Ocala .
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1' Mr. and Mrs. R. E. Yonge. I Banner will follow Mr. Chambers to
% T Miss Leafy Sysvpster returned and: will move into the same in about I
; ,/ I'I't his new home. en o'clock on the morning of Jan- Death of Mr. Thaddeus Whitehead;
t home Monday from a short visit tort'llth.t'1I Mr. J. Aiken, of Barnesville. Ga. !two weeks. She: will conduct in ef'- I
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lary 19, and unite with the Daughters Mr. Thaddeus Whitehead of Kendrick -
at St. Petersburg :father of Mr. J. M. Akin, of the OcalaPlumbing ;ant boarding house, the house: she
Meeting of the Confederate Veterans. ') -the Confederacy in fittingly celebrating died at the Marion county ho-
!> '& Electric company is in i cw occupies on Ocklawaha avenue )I' II
Mr. and Mrs. George Hays have the one hundredth annherary pital in this city Sunday.
I Ocala on a visit to his son. He is accompanied being too small for her rapidly growing of the ,
storeI The regular monthly meeting .
[ moved into the rooms over the ; of the birth of Robert E. Lee. j Mr. Whitehead was a good far:: 'i
i of Messrs. Helvenston & Pasteur. by another son. [ business.Mr. Marion Comp Xo. 59, U. C. V., met at This having finished the business ,:and an esteemed citizen of KendrfrL.and : ,

( ; the council chamber Monday morningat I>f the meeting the camp adjourned his death will be universally lamented
Shortly after noon yesterday the Karl Weihe. who has been
Mrs. Ben :Mayo and children of eleven o'clock. Those present jntll that date. by alL who knew him. Hf a a-
'jt arm alarm sounded. The fire was discovered spending the holidays with his parsents I
I Jacksonville, are spending a few days were: G. M. Hubbard commander; E. i sixty-five years of age on the day uf
to be on the roof of :Mr. A. Mr. and Mrs. F. G. B. Weihe in
t[!; In Ocala the guests of Mr. Mayo's T. Williams, adjutant: T. D. Lancaster -I Bad Stomach Trouble Cured. This death and was a great sufferer
J. residence but the this city, has returned to his home in
r f mother. Leavengood's H. C. Gates, W. 0. Massey, D. A. Having been sick for the past two ;having been in the hospital for th
j flames were ext1ngu shed before any .lacksonville. He has a large music with bad trouble, a
C. Jeffords W. L Ditto, R. years a .
Miller, W. 'past six weeks and was sirs for sur..-
The winter term of the circuit court damage was done. lass in that city and is called "the friends gave me a dose of Chamber-
Carlton, Frank Harris, J. AIc.-
for I little: professor." R. lain's Stomach and Liver Tablets. time bofore he was brought to this!
uni'xD't'tfh' adjourned Tuesday ; Mrs. T.:-H. Johnson and Miss Mild Ateer S. S. Savage, Ocala; Dr. D. A. They did me so much good that I city. He was conscious to the las'
the term. All cases:: undisposed of go Smith, C. C. Priest, Anthony; V. M. I bought a bottle of them and have used
and his death was peaceful lie U
red Johnson have returned to their :Messrs. J. L. Smoak, J. H. Livingston -
until the spring term. bottles in all. Today I am well
over Kel- jtwelve -
Cotton Plant R. A.
I Seckinger, ; ,survived by a wife, two SODS and one
home at Hawthorne, after a visit in jr., and Otto dente, have just lof a bad stomach trouble.Mrs. John

Mr. Robert Sanders, the popular Ocala with the formers sister, :\Irs.,1 returned from Homosassa, where they sey, Stanton: I. P. Stevens, Fort Mc|Lowe I Cooper, Maine. These tabletsare I daughter, who have the sympathy of

Coy. for sale by all druggists. m their friends in their bereavement
and wide awake citizen T. D. Bryan.Mr. have been on a big hunting and fishing I
1 prosperous view of the fact that it was the I
- |I expedition. They succeeded in In The body was prepared for burial
circulating among
: of Dunnellon was Tuesday. John L. Edwards was unanimously -(I catching any quantity of fish and time for the annual election of officers I Death of Miss Sears. I by Mr. Owen, of the firm of Meeare.Mclver .
t his Ocala friends I I Commander Hubbard stated that he Miss Mary E. Sears, Worcester,
' elected chairman of the boardof shooting quite! a number of ducks. I & MacKay and the funeral

JA )lr. J. J. Williams, general manager county commis<;ioners to su'ceed''They enjoyed the trip immensely. had been successively elected com- Mass., died at her home at Spring was held at Kendrick Monday afternoon .. .

f ot the Williams Fish company, of Hon. H. W. Long. This selection is mander of the camp for several ;years Park, Saturday afternoon of heart and WES largely attended by

Homosassa was a noted visitor in our 'a most admirable one. Mrs. Kramer, of Wauchula formerly and expressed his sincere thanks for failure. : friends of the deceased. Rev. C. C.

r- city Tuesday. I I I Miss Fisher, spent Monday in the honor conferred on him and regretted For the past twenty years Miss Carroll, pastor of the Baptist church,

"j i I Mr. Walter L. Taylor, of Ocala, is I Ocala with Mrs. Clarence Camp. Miss to announce that it would be Sears has been the confidential secretary in this city conducted the funeral ser

lx Mr. Neil A. Weathers who is now again among his Tallahassee friendsfor Fischer was for some months the impossible for him to serve another and bookkeeper for Mr. C. M. vice.

t practicing law in New York, returned a few days and made this office a governess to the children of Mrs. Clarence term as he expected to spend several French. She was about sixty years of

) 41tp that city Monday, after spending pleasant visit He holds a splendid Camp and during theholidays months in Arizona and would perhaps age and was a most estimable wo- Magazines are becoming popular In

Uhe holidays in this city the guest of position as manager of the Marion while on a visit to friends at Wau move to that state permanently so the south. We have Bob Taylor's

\his parerts. He was accompanied to Farms and he and his family are com ,chula was married. For the present I requested his name would not be put man.Her remains were prepared for burial Magazine Tom Watson's Magazine

: New York by his brother, Mr. Hibbert fortably and pleasantly fixed there and .Mr. and Mrs. Kramer are residing at in nomination.The by Messrs. McIver & MacKay of and Uncle Remus's Magazine, which

i Weathers, who will go to Massachusetts are all well.-Tallahassee True Democrat Wauchula and will later go out westto camp received this anounce- .I this city and were shipped to her will be edited by Joel Chandler Har

It..: to ent:r, college. visit Mr. Kramer's home. i ment with profound sorrow and a home in Worcester for interment. ,I ris.

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FRECKLES In mine they forgot to add the ;lat A Poor Organ. i from Flue Cure
.ter.) Dam (is) the bile.! That's what your1! Tobacco is Made i

In Ten Days.Nadiivola. i liver does if its torpid. Then the bile | I
; -poisons :
you Piedmont
forme : aa& been one of the biggest; system, causing sick headache, hi-! Tobacco Grown in the Country.4 ,

while .. and hHusv! and most varied times iouness: sallow skin, coated tongue, :, .i s I
The 'sick stomach, dizziness! fainting spells Have Schnapps'
at th t Complexion of tty life--so far! Ten days or two The Imitation Brands
: Beautifier is ,etc. Ramon's treatment of liver pills j
en thSunda endorsed .
:' by tkomanja weeks: beforehand the excitement began :and tonic pellets strengthens the liver

,", --.' L- of grateful ladies and at my house :Mrs. Sanley put the and makes !it do its own work. Prevents -I Quality Only On the OutsideOf

prday ;: (: .old gent on the hustle and there wasn : and curt these troubles. It aids I
strick-;. x f; E all facial to discoloritiona remove- kicking out of the harness until cents.'-doesn't Tyding foreEntire Drug Store.treatment 2 x-j !j the Plug

10.to his '' tea" and restore the jam .'p to Friday at noon when she j jMATTEL'S

tfon. beauty of youth. The and the .ids left tc attend the "in- !

He rE'nicate l.f: wont cases in twenty days. 50c. and $1.00at tre" and 1 stayed home to take care -W. 0. W. f Hundreds of imitation brands are claimed to be "just as good" asp

but :; all leadingVug stores, or by mail. :of taicgs.! '
{.;: Fftpred by NATION TOILET W., Pars, Tell. I Ten days of and-do-this and Installation of Of;ers Followed by on sale that look like Schnapps tobacco Schnapps, but there is only one genuine t.

was a I run -am?-do that and a few I Speeches and -a-Bountiful-- Spread. The outside of the imitation Schnapps. Be sure the letters ,

ed and wit h\i:: TRUST IN DUST. (I cold scraps of-the the wedding"chips! necces-andwhetstones" I' One of the biggest- events in the recent -I I plugs of tobacco is flue cured the same on the tag, and stamped on the plug

way tc Little drops of water, saries and luxuries-a cup of fairly I teL was history the of occasion our sister of the town installa1i Mar- as Schnapps, but the inside is filled under the tag spell SCHNAPPSand
Little grains of and I I
Iapsedtaplrit II I ig- ed coffee for breakfast, warmedover i I tion of the new officers.of the Wood then have it-the most
Apply this to Ocala, and I with cheap flimsy heavily sweetenedair you
for dinner and what was left (if i iI I imen of the World camp at that place I with
as the Wouldn't it be grand. I any) for supper. But it made things !I! Tuesday evening. I II cured tobacco. One chew of s wholesome tobacco produced,

Mr st ;tlc I -.k good to me. Seven roosters- in I Ij I j The "choppers" had invited their j Schnapps will satisfy tobacco hunger just enough sweetening to preservij|
Rev, Hark, the voice of peopleIn j I the coop! Fed seven times'a day! Before friends from afar and near to be with j or
years ; a wail of despair; ; and after each meal and at noon' 1:, them on this occasion, and the run, i' longer than two chews of such to- the mild, juicy, stimulating quality | i

onfe t You can't sprinkle dusty streets I"Crowing sized" ones, too! Every egg ner in which the invitation \\a.r "- ;: bacco. The color, size and shapeof the leaf tobacco. Expert tests prove J*

impo ", With nothing but (hot air)! -regardless of brood, blood and breed |i spon Plf to shows the popularity oi 'i the tags plugs and packages of that this flue cured tobacco, grownin

Is hel -was put on the "high shelf," where, )the order in that thriving town. j ,

They The clothing man is tickled; the kids can't reach and the old gent !I. the commodious headquarters of1: certain imitation brands of tobacco the famous Piedmont region, requires -
cello ',: See the twinkle in his eye, knows better too. the camp was full to overflowing have been made so much like and takes less sweetening than

quite But the good Lord will sprinkle. Pork was butchered; sausage made;{ many having to be satisfied to stand- i

point In the sweet, bye and bye.: and hung on the reserved stick. I i ing in the ante rooms to witness the Schnapps that they have often been any other and has wholesome,

ton'the /. -RASTUS.THOMASHOLLINSWORTH.. I! -1 never was so hungry before! But I II proceedings. The whole com unity' accepted by buyers under the belief stimulating, satisfying effect on

gr : I it I :du't say so where she could from wee tots in their mother's arm i
I hear I that they were getting Schnapps. chewers.If .
broad... lit.I, Won't do to cross up a real to the grandparents were represented, I

novel=, I t gry disposition of a man with a real |and all seemed deeplyinterested in I Sufficient proof has been securedto the tobacco you are chewingdon't

years Special cor. Ocala Banner.Mr. I busy one of a woman. I the ceremonies of the evening. i establish the fact that certain satisfy you more than the mere
agent and Mrs J. R. Thomas arrived I Retiring Counsel Commander X. A '
I never saw so many line pies, cakes
numb last Friday evening at Sparr. their future -i and custards. Mrs. Stanley knows I Goodwin acted as installing officer ;! brands are infringements and in violation habit of expectorating, stop fooling

tered f- home, where a delightful reception 'how to cook: good things. She usedto \\hUe Deputy Organizer Carter H. : of the trade mark laws, yet the yourself and chew Schnapps tobacco. .

a park, was given them by Mrs. Julia E. fix up for me that way b4 we got Dame. filled the place of grand escort, j; trade will continue to be imposed Schnapps is like the tobacco chewers
of th Thomas, mother of the groom. married and the lemon pies she The following newly elected officer !

senl'fha (>t.-' The wedding, which was solemnized I cooked "ate right where you held answered to roll call: t upon by these infringers until the suit formerly bought costing from 750.

cn\;: at the home of the bride, Miss Effiie them." P. A. Ausley, consul commander. j entered and $1.00 is
I already now pending to to per pound ; Schnapps
the t1organ HolMnsworth.! Wednesday, Jan. 2. at When at last I was home all alone i i iI J. M. Bryan, advisor lieutenant. ;

Barnesville, Fla., near Arcadia, was | sat down by the old meat door in C. P. Pillans, banker. \ protect Schnapps is decided. A sold at soc per pound, in 50. cuts

rum) that heart could wish for in the way i the dining room to rest and think. M. J. Black, clerk. l: great many of these imitations are strictly loc. and I5C. plugs.

"'.t' 1 1', of. beauty and success. I Yellok jackets and bumble bees! J H. Seckinger, escort .|

-'tb The presents were many and very I What a stack of wedding grub! All Lloyd Tucker, watchman.

death handsome. II the eggs and sweet potatoes and milk Arthur Gallipeau, sentry.Dr. R._J.-REYNOLDS TOBACCO COMPANY, WINSTON-SALEM_ C.. J >

Mrf; The bride and groom drove from I..and butter was spaced into that mas- ,; V'. R. O. Veal camp nhvsHan. r ...

ders /o: Sparr Saturday evening accompanied !sine mass. 'Besides these was a half i Mr. Goodwin administered the rit- LAKE WEIR ITEMS. Incendiary Speech. ''ment. We will soon say to the gor-

wife by other members of the Thomas family barrel of Hour, $i worth of sugar, 27i a lalastic work in an impressive manner Miss Emma Goldman, the well 'ernment: 'Give us what belongs to

Fskehfs to Pine, the life-olng home of the II nutmegs: a dozen lemons and C bottles ( and after presenting each o' .cer Special ('01'. Ocala Banner: !:nol woman anarchist has again i jus in peace, and if you don't ri'-p "

,.'Vf groom, where they spent the night att;,t: of extract, citron, nuts and other;with his badge of authority and his Mr. Van Buren. wife and daughter '!H'en arrpcted for mterinz incendiary! i Ito us in !peace we will take it b>' force'

df'"' Peter Stanley's Bungalow. :If I fillings for a $:J: fruit cake. There was ';'forking i implements, decared! tnem i of New York;:, are guests of the Smith ;I.words and is locked up in a New York I "As long as I lite and am able to

ter )" : Sunday a fine dinn-r was given I also some spice, ginger and black ;,(1]luly installed in their respective offices .house. Mr. Van Buren is verymuch t prison. i!explain myself I will be opposed! to

and t '. them by Mr. and Mrs. U B. Jordan :> ,pepper[ besides a few packages of for the ensuing year. :pleased with the lake and surround- j .\iexauder Borkman. the ansichi'tj : :I,government. And a. I live and u

and aOy ,,. a number of relatives were invited'r chocolate! and cocoanut. J After the ceremony Mr. Goodwin ings and will 1 j who attempted to take the lifo of T',\- brain dictate, i will use force
perhaps buy a place and
hthest and a pleasant half day enjoyed. I Saturday they all returned. I was asked for a few words from the new ,settle her3.Mr. !H. C. Frick:, a member of the Carnegie .. ain5t ;rort>rnllWC r."

F'Mr. Sunday night Mr. and Mrs. Thomas togot ,fficers, which were responded to in a
unwell. Had been sick all night. Cat ; Steel company, at Homestead,
,11 I Joan Dixon: and little granddaughter -
returned to their home at Sparr : a paw under the table cover and If. ;Taceful manner by Messrs. Ausley Eunice, have returned from Pa., and who has just ended a term i For Sale.-l.uoo pouadtt selected

and '\ where they begin the mysterious duty I r ruined some of the pies and other a nd Bryan, beth declaring however, 1 jof fourteen years in a Pennsylvania! Gloussier and Imported Kolb tan
Crystal River, where they have beenI
He \\ x of traveling the trackless trail of !life, It[hings; just had to give them what It I hat they were not orators, but "chop- I :penitentiary, was arrested with K.u-;: melon seed. II. K. l1ay or. Ooala.
for the
I visiting three Florida.
Pythi = in which the individualities of the was left. Some sneaking varmint had :F ers" anal would try to do their dues -:I weeks. past I':ta Goldman as an accessory, he being I MMt

men o one must learn to conform peacefully I broken, up antof the hen nest r hr.'! ;itilisco"ered as such during their term of of- I i present with her on the rostrum
Judge Clarar.ce! Snith aas to H. THALGOTT
I ,
pone I j
cabb with that of the other-where handin Id that about half of the nice fifib ce. I I when she made her oration. I Proprietor of the
Winter Haven and Tampa on some
parts hand and heart with heart the preserves had really spoiled. No, Mr. X. I. Gottlieb, of the Ocala 'II I legal business. The particular sentences for which j DUN N ELL 0 N BAKER'',} '

noblest mark of mankind must be accomplished -|In 10! Hadn't cracked anything at all. !iCi amp. was called on and delivered an I :'oIi Nannie McGahagin has return- she was! arrested 'are the following: lis now prepared to ship Bread, Ca .

B0> that of building a home lick, don't want anything to eat. |je Jicellent: : impromptu speech, devoted "It is ridiculous to think that society I Pies, Etc., on short notice, and \ark j

By "building a home," we do not I "Well," Mrs. Stanley replied, "IMPargot rincipally: to the newly elected of- 1 led home after spend) some time at cannot get along without govern- !I i antees satisfaction in all C11e k 4
She has resumed Give
A a'' jMayville.I her him a trial.
mean the simple construction of f, to tell you where the soda was, ifi','cers, who had now entered upon an i[school on Lake avenue. -- .

Tradtier residence-the placing of barns, sheds, {j j h ut I, guess you found it" !'nportant duty for the coming year i!'I Miss Morrison, of Moss Bluff, spent I -----

etc., and the beautifying of the I H Ie 1 said his ,,
Oh, yes! I found the soda.Vvnder j speech might have lasted the. holidays with Miss La:Jra Drig- '
l'her grounds--all this' and much more ofi i i[why she didn't say: "Why didn't'you '!longer, but the aroma from the boil !
The this class of work belong to the "homebuilding" i j .ing coffee and Igers.I 'jI I j
(take a bit of brandy and maybe that pilleau on the outside I Mr Hdr! t. of New York' i< a guest ,
Lad but the most important I j i would have stimulated your appetite." made it almost impossible for any one |lat the Smith house. |,.I .. .
Imse mark is the laying of the chief corner to keep his mind
We from
Man is intemperate and unjust. them long
N Mr. J. S. Driggers. with a force of j
tnt stone of health, happiness and i
are taught to ever circumscribe our enough to properly deliver a speech.Mr. I'men will begin to cut out the new I Iroad'from I
:nd g contentment. Regulating the lessons of ,
C. L.
appetites and keep them under reasonable Bittinger. of Ocala, was White's ferry to Lake Weir. | .

ngs good government and !good citizen control. 'Twould be best were then called upon and made an excellent which will make the distance one mile

I isit ship. we all lined square and upright before address on the good of the orderas shorter. i!

ay ,; 'r- *"o sit here in the greatnessof ,I God and man. But its hard to do- an educator. He made many interesting Mrs. R. I. Martin has returned frDir: i iOctJa. tola House Wine Rooms
the fading echoes, of the generalstir I
especially when one is real hungryand comparisons and gave facts where she has; been visiting ,
hat and hustle and go and come and I there's plentyto eat. Or real and figures showing the immense I Mrs. M. A. Eagleton. ..

urn eat and cook and kill and eat againas thirsty and there's plenty to drink.It amount of benefits derived from fraternal -I TRY OUR -

Joy the clatter of voices and the clank I takes: the influence of a pure. orders, and especially the
Th of dishes still whispers faint goodbyes I Woodmen of the 1 I Good Times in Hamilton County.
Christian wife to predominate and I World which now

llnuIe }v, and farewells, etc., there steals !regulate the intemperance of a home, i number nearly: half a million mem- OLD LlEGHANy
i Hamilton county has rarely, if ever
sadness 'cross the mind's
) a reflection ,
bers. lIe the
the qualiy of religion our reading I paid ladies present un-
Jn spite of all,the gay scenes and good enjoyed a more thoroughly happy
teaches us, the newbride., Mrs. J. R. !us-aally high compliments on the man
wishes and GOd's Christmas tide than the one just end- :
ins blessings.
Thomas, possesses. j ner in which they had responded] to I '
e Just across the plantation yonder And may the trackless trail of life- !|the invitation of the "choppers" to ed. PURE RYE. '
old home of the Peace and pltnty abound throughout !! :
as r ; is the groom, the "Old .real always lead his happy couple!grace this occasion with their pres- ,

..Thie Horseshoe Farm," now the magnificent !alongside the still waters and where |!ence. the county. !j
home of Mr. and Mrs A. P. Monjoe. I The supply of hog and hominy is ;
st the green pastures are, at last, in the I After the close of Mr. Bittinger'sspeech ,
0 fullness of due time landing them ; Master of Ceremonies Goodvin"
. Forty long years ago a faithful Backbone and turnip greens and Put 4 full Ots
I invited
.rrhlClJr safely upon the happy golden shore all to the tables outside where up
and bride launched spareribs and sausage is everywherein
a happy I
where they shall pass from earthly I the appetites which had been growing
: their ship of life and when the master I for the I evidence. in '
toil to he'enlbliss past few hours might be ap Fancy Cartoons
from his Slapjacks plentifully supplied with
: passed: earthly temple to I STANLEY, peased. I
the building! not made with hands new syrup are enjoyed ever}where. I
Pine, Jan. 7, 1907.Prevent On long tables which had been t i Delivered
auetke :;r eternal in the heavans, he left for our I The farmers obtained the best price at
between large pines the feast I I your
:: guide and practice some of the working for their cotton in many years and
Headache. I! the occasion was spread, and a
tools used the faithfuI !felt, and still feeling good.
TTbr by true and are Office
Force them? No-aids them. Ra-1!feast it was too. The "committee on iedibles" j i Express
citizen in the building of a home. | There were no disgraceful carousals;
mon's treatment of Liver Pills and I had gone in advance, and] _
And it three | casualities, but little sickness and
.T only seems -'yet it is no
Un Tonic Pellets strengthens the liver when the crowd arrived they had ;-
tea and three since the family I but few deaths.
years II j j1"or
and digestive organs so that they dot spread wooden dishe from end to end | 88.20
tea chain was unbroken by death or mar-j (of The general health of the people of
tables I
their own work and fortifies your i each contained a ,
riage! and youth and happiness. comfort i # our county is good; the people are
constitution against:: future troubles.! 'steaming hot chicken pilleau, while in I
and continent pasted: by on every -: fairly: prosperous and we have muchto
an Entire treatment 2-5! cents at Tyu- commodious platters at intervals I Regular $ 1.00 a Quart Whiskey; write fob
side. Love and labor went handin > be thankful for.
cal '
ings & Co. ;l along the tables were the finest baked
hand and peace and plenty adorned J May we all have many happy returns omplete Price list.
-- -- -- -- -- 'possum that
ever climbed a persimmin j
oe the strong arches that otherwise' of the joyous occasion: just
t tree The wives and sweetie: 'lns : I
ruade nome a success. !' passed.-Jasper Kew". t 1
Tbove of the Woodmen did not forget 'ohave tI
But turning again to the inter *tin -i, T Je d El OGata House'Vine!
:; face of the lovely bride and comparing : ; a 111 cakes great on hand quantities for their hungry of deiicio jnip-t. Rooms.
fu &Surries and Harness
her distinctive features to gies,
roCh Coffee was also served with supper! I
these duties we cat aile the t'ng> 2
: and all in all it was the .. ...
Plumber most coiori-- lii; '" '
share the TIC .i sadness and happinessand ) Quilt 101 Stjrie. QaiHyDurability.
r feast: to be imagined, as it -vas! jntl i{.. _- ?1 IfG \\t can
good fortune of the noble man ,
,pronounced by all who were so fortunate I I is aTe you !2t 00 on ;ueparcaa
whose name she bears. In her chanr.ing I ?*of a Buggy K3 ,
Tic { '
i a Gas as to be ,
W. ) fitter present.After aboa or saner Oar I
ei.urc brown eyes he will "ever find kind- complre cautog No. ', 4- Free for tee feting. .
r :, supper the Ocala: contingent'
e ness and love. Her soft, smooth disposition John Foster Co.,26<271 Decatur St.,Atlanta.Cji. !
r: gave three cheers for their hosts Ii i ij
. and patient manner will always : I IBranch's II
j i which was returned by the Mane! : I
smooth the rugged care, and ...... Genuine I
HAS OPENED "S NEW |"choppers, after which they all went
marked intelligence will ever be
ryay aer e !their way with pltasant memories of ,
a safe counsel in all matters of business i Rattiesnake watermelon Seed
SHOP ON THE CORNER OF i a most happily spent evening. I : C.
r Smith.
rn from the most trivial domestic I!, Ocala was well represented and i, Only Pure Strain in United States. I C. V. Robert
duty to that of high citizenship, while ,
Carefully selected; kept pure forty IFuneral
SPENCER BLOCK WITH A he way some of the Fort King "chop-
ve her fine, Christian life will be a beacon I pers" ate 'possum would indicate that years. Xo other variety grown on Directors and Licensed Embal ers "
of Pure seed
light from the storm-tossed sea FULL LINE OF SANITARYAND I they had been fasting for the occasion plantation impossible where different kinds We are equipped to do the very best work and ue
to a peaceful port and, in all, enwrap
rv:1T for days, most notably Messrs. are grown; Ioz.l5c.; 2oz.25c.; 4 oz. only the latest and best
the entire home with Christian light MODERN PLUMBING Gottlieb, Fishel, Mclver and Dame. 40c; 1-2 Ib COc.; lib $1; alb $4.50; lOlb methods.
and take happiness rain down from $8.50, delivered. Telegraph Orders Deceive Immediate: Attei tlou.

every cloud of seemingly sorrow. GOODS. WHEN' IN NFED OF Remit registered letter or money or
It a.r We welcome such a jewel with the Irish Cobbler Seed Potatoes. der. Send for seed annual.
FIRST CLASS SANITARY You want the earliest potatoes in Manual on melon culture on all or OCALA FURNITURE CQ
and esteem that is as as the
. tn love pure your neighborhood. Plant the Irish ders.

PLUMBING wALL ON HIM. parlors corn c North Main Street and Ocllri. rut
"'be recipe for a "Life Cake" is 1.3 ers; $2.65 per 3 bushels, barrel, or car M. I. BRANCH, *
biter 1-3 sour and 1-3 sweet I .1 12-21-41.load. Fred Harvey. Clearfleld, Pa. Columbia Co. Bsrzelia, Ga. Day Phone No. 10. Avenue.jfl-ht: pv ne 94 and, iTh ?.


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I Ocala Saturday and had with him ( MISS MIXON ENTERTAINS I not baring his heart before a skeptical I II' I has never succeeded in getting itself -

I samples of very fine syrup, which he FOUR CHARMING VISITORS.A I' world when the dangerous fact began I taken seriously simply because It can- 1

had made: from figs and line-apples. I to leak out. He compromised not put lozenges on its carriages, s

I He left two small]] vials at this office, delightful affair of the past week himself still further because he lacked once a year, wear gold bullion on its '"

which we tested and it tasted very was the card party on Saturday after- i the courage to be frank. If he had I clothes.-Saturday Evening Post.

} fine to us. noon it which Miss Anna Mixon entertained I told the whole truth without reserve I

for her three guests, Miss i about his relation with H. C. Pierce BRILLIANT SOCIETY WEDDING. '

I. renewing his subscription to the Ida Thomas, of St. Petersburg, Miss he might have silenced honest suspicion -i I.

,k Ocala Banner, Ex-Senator C. M. I Maggie Bailey, of Jackson, Mississippi I and escaped the annoyance of an Wednesday evening, Jan. 2, St. ,\

Brown, now of Miami, says: "From i I and? Miss Trixy McClausnerty! of I ugly personal campaign. As it is, he John's Episcopal church was packed II

the youngest city in the state to the Bluefield, Virginia, and for Miss Edna I proved himself a politician guilty to its utmost capacity with friends

oldest newspaper in Florida, Greet- Williams, of Louisiana, who is visit I first of indiscretion and then of stupidity who had assembled to witness the

p ing. Many good wishes for the dear ing her sister, Mrs. C. C. Carroll. .-World.J. marriage of Miss Anna Virginia Tal- .1 11

Bakinf '} twderj o'u Banner." This charming gro'ip of young ladies !I -- iaferro, the youngest daughter of 1

: I were prettily gowned and the j J. Ladies' Card Club Reorganized. Senator and Mrs. Taliaferro, and Mr. '

I Mrs. C. L. Gamsby and son, Cameron afternoon spent with them was in every i The young ladies' card;. club, which Edward Wood Lane. I'I'I|

jAbSOlut ly of Talledega, Ala., were expectedin way a very enjoyable one. j adds so much pleasure to the social The altar was beautiful with ex- \I

I Ocala several days ago, but owing There were six tables, progressive life among the young people of Ocala quisite Bermuda lillies and callas, i

I to the sickness of the latter, had to I whist being the game played and during the wniter months was reor- their pure loveliness being set off by j

: Pure I postpone their visit. As soon as he the with little I the quantities of
I scores were kept tiny lighted candles, i
'is able to travel they will come to bells. Mrs. Roess won the first prize, I ex-pected which made a softened glow through 1

: <- _la to spend the winter. a pretty book of poems, which she j will be unusually pleasant ones. I the chancel. Palms and ferns were .

: DISTINCTIVELY A CR AF$ OF I presented to Miss Thomas and the i The members of the club this year used in an artistic manner, and the
: I Miss Ida Thomas left this week to
r (other prize. a souvenir plate of Silver -i are the following: wedding was a smple one, although

i: I TARTAR BAKING POWDER attend a large house party in Ocala, Springs was presented to Miss; i j j jMcClatigherty. Mrs. C. E. Cullen Mrs. Arthur every appointment was very elegantAt
Fla. Miss \nna the hostess
I Mixon. !i iHardaker, Mrs. M. J. Hot'ssIrs.: : W. 6 o'clock Mrs. Weldon Lund

r: It does not contain an atom of phos- (I was the room mate of Miss Thomas I The hostess mother, ilrs. C..1. ,:; H. Powers, Mrs. W. T. Gary, Mrs. D. played the wedding march from Lo
at Chevy Chase last winter. '
college I Phillips, was assisted during the af- J'S. Woodrow, Mrs. E. C. Welsh Mrs.E. hengrin, and the wedding! party entered -

' : phatic acid (which is the product of bones !There will be some six or eight (ternoon by Mrs. T. H. Johnson and I' T. Heh'enstonlissps: Esther the church. The ushers were 1
i ladies who at
young were Chevy the players besides Miss Mixon and I Weathers, Meta Jewel, Annie Davis, first Mr. Archer S. Hubbard and Mr. 1

digested in sulphuric acid) or of alum i i Chase' in the party, who will held one ;the honor guests were the following j Sarah McCreery, Hattie Dye Margaret T. P. Denham, Mr. Paul Wiggs and '

which long, sweet ten days' ses'ion.-St.l young ladies: Mrs. M. J. Roess, Mrs. and Mamie Taylor, Margaret Eag- J Mr. Cecil Wilcox, Mr. W. P. Robertsand .j
f ( is one-third acid I
sulphuric ) Petersburg Independent. Ollie Neal, Mrs. Dixon, Mrs. Weil, eton, Sara and Louise Harris, Emily Mr. Harry James. 1

stances for other I Misses LillIan Thagard Bessie Porter -| Ford, Valeta Potter and Ethel Rob- Preceding the bride. was her sister, J
baking powders I Very elegant was the dinner partvgiven Pauline Sullivan! Edna Dozier, inson. Mrs. Archer S. Hubbard, the matron 1 1

because of their cheapness. by Mrs. R. A. Burford on Fri- Janet Weathers, Annie Atkinson, An- The club was entertained on Thursday of honor. 1
honor of Mrs. Bonner of Iex
in )
;4 day nie Davis, Grace Hatchell, Caro Lid. afternoon by Miss Annie Davis at The bride entered with her father,
ia Texas and Mrs. Minims of Trenton I
dou, Sallie Camp and Mattie Wil- the lovely home of her sister, Mrs. Senator James P. Taliaferro, and the i
Mrs. Bonner is the motherof
a liams, Carrie Williams, Valeta Potter Ic. R. Tydings, on Ocklawaha avenue. groom and his best man, Mr. Remer .j

Mrs. Howard Clark and Mrs.j'and Thurber Gore.A There were five tables of players, Denmark, of Savannah, met them at .1
Mimms is visiting her sister, Hrs. E. ','
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-I particularly admired guest at several of the club members not being the chancel. 3

L. Carney. Besides the guests of Miss Mixon's party was Mrs. >v..' present. The games of whist Rev. Van Winder Shields read the
MISS SARA ELIZABETH HARRIS. I The Merchant's hotel at Madison, honor those Mesdames
present were
I Charleston S. C., who is the guest of were much enjoyed as well as the ceremony in the beautiful, impressive t
Local Editor. was burned to the ground at midnight Carney Clark:, W. S. Bullock, W. H. j.,
( her sister, Mrs. M. C. Looney. dainty collation served afterwards. manner.
,January 4th. Clark M. Fishel and Miss Hohen-
: After the refreshments had been Miss Jewett was the fortunate winner The bride's wedding gown was
LOCAL AND PERSONAL. berg. The ladies spent most enjoyable I"
Jli. Scott, of Dunneloln, has accepted a served Miss Thomas sang several very of a beautiful little silk work bag heavy white satin in Empire effect, It:

I the day. sweet solos.A made of Dresden ribbon and the en t rain e, and trimmed with quantities k
with A. C. L. railway
Mr. J. G. Spurlin is at home for a position 1
"booby," an amusing toy, fell to the of exquisite rose point lace. A
I in this
Sunday.Mr. city. A black baby camel was born to 1
I pitiful Christmas story comes to ( lot of Miss Taylor. faint touch of silver embroidery aided
the Sun Brother's circus at Camilla, ,
A. J. McLaughlin represented! i us from the metropolis. Three little Miss Davis also had as her guestson to its beauty. Her ornaments werea li
'I' Miss Ella Mendenhall returned to Ga., on Dec. 3rd, last, and this little I
Fairfield! in Ocala Saturday.Mr. j Eustis waifs were found ragged hungry, un- Thursday Airs. J. C. B. Kooncf-, diamond necklace, the groom's wed- i
Ocala Saturday from where baby camel will be on exhibition in f
kept and shivering with cold, by the Mrs. J. K. Austin, Miss Edna Wil- ding gift, and & diamond and pearl
she spent the Christmas holidays.Mr. 9. It will be the
i Ocala on January S
Emmett Cowden, of Inverness, agents of the Children's Society in liams, of Louisiana, and Miss Julia La Villfere, the gift of the bride's

,'f spent Saturday in Ocala with friends..1 : R. L. Martin went down to first baby camel ever seen here and an old house in the Bronx a few days I I Foster, of Tennessee. uncle, Mr. E. P. Taliaferro, of Tam- '
ought, as it no doubt will, attract very
-- ago kneeling around a faded second I I pa. -
Weir Park afternoon tospend .
Saturday ,
:1.:' Miss Agnes Burnett has returned I general attention. Like the baby elephant Clothes That Make the Man.
hand Christmas tree on which they Her wedding veil of tulle] was
1 with his Mrs Martin ,
home from a visit to her sister, Mrs. I Sunday it will give great pleasure to .. I
. had placed a few broken and ";--.. Three newly appointed policemen, caught with a spray of orange blossoms i
t W. E. McGahagin at Tampa.Mr. I the little folks. Take your children
II i Mrs. George L. Taylor has returned I ed toys picked up here and there in I returning to the station, learned that and her bouquet was of lillies '
to the Sun Brother's circus and let
Ernest E. McLin has returned i home from a visit: to her sister, Mrs. them see this wonderful] little animaL the neighborhood. Their mother there was a prisoner downstairs who of the valley and orchids.

home from a visit to Tallahassee and I I T J. Mixon, at Gainesville.Mr. was dead, they were deserted by their had derided and resisted an officer.So After the wedding a large reception :

other places in west Florida. I father and how they lived for six they went down and beat him I was given by Mr. and Mrs. Taliaferro

Waldo W. Martin came down weeks without freezing or starving :i black and blue. They had never heard ; at their elegant home and it was 1
Wide interest pertains to themeeting .
Thp Lyric Glee Club will be the I from his place near Martin Saturday i iI to death is a mystery to the agents i of the prisoner before. They acted I considered the most. brilliant social
in Ocala on the 16th for !
next Lyceum attraction. It will be I afternoon to spend a few days in per .of the society. The eldest boy, who'!on narrow ground of personal preju-j I II I event that has ever transp fired in that j
f the of
fecting organization a state
It-re on the twenty-fifth. Ocala. I I is ten years old, said they ate raw j dice. But they wore the livery and i(city and the presents received by Mr. 1
board of trade. There will be a large I
vegetables when they could got then, the authority of the law. Another i ii )land Mrs. Lane were very beautiful -j

C.>I. W. N. Camp has gone to Ealtimioe i[ Mrs. \\'. F. Lowry, of IIol11o sa. |i delegation from the Tampa board of but often they went all day without i, man similarly invested had received:and elegant. 1

Norfolk and Roanoke, Va., en I was a caller at our office on Saturday'Ii i'trade. One of the main objects of the food as they expected their father!i insult. They hastened to pummel the I I
.proposed organization is to bring 1 1I
a business visit. !i morning. She was in Ocala on her ; back. Huddled together they cried insulter. The three culprits had been Pretty Calendars.
i'about systematic efforts for immigration '
I way for a visit to Jacksonville. i themselves to sleep at night with a of good repute, as honest lawabidingdemocratic I I -
of desirable classes, which is one ',
Quite a number of very pretty cal- J
Rev. Newton Plummer, Anthony, few old bags they picked up to use citizens before they were I'I
I Dr. Madison Peters says the pulpit of the most imperative needs of the nedars are being sent out this year
I rigged out in the blue clothes brass
t we noted as among the visitors to as blankets. The little waifs are now
.& l is l "Coward's Castle," so he resigned state.-Tampa Times. d by the arious business firms of
Jf? Ocala on Friday. a being well]) cared for by the Children's j buttons, helmets and clubs which instantly i. .
j;Ihs charge and will preach in a thea- .Ocala. I
I. ---- Society, but all the time expect distinguished them to the
I Hon. H.r.. Long, of Martel, was I
Mr. George R. McKean has returned; |j icr. in to see us Saturday and furnishedus their father to return. I eye from the mass of men, and, there Among the number of these useful

home from a business visit of a few fore, instantly set up a special class and ornamental New Year gifts for ,
In his to with some interesting news items
I renewing subscription
} days at Key West. j I FROM THE ANTILLES. I. feeling in them. As mere men, police- which and to whom we return our
from that suburb of Ocala, which
the Ocala Banner Mr. J. D. Hobkirk,
thanks the The Mar !
hate the traction are following:
men naturally -
" company
of Citra, says, "Let it continue for I will be found in another column. The Chamberlain's Cough Remedy Benefits -
of Fellow ion Abstract Ocala Manufac-
Mr. Charles Haycraft, and the railroads; but when company
appreciate reading it very much in- various religious denominations of the City Councilman at Kingston I !
, ship, was a visitor to Ocala on Fri Jamaica.Mr. they are in uniform and a ruction occurs -I turnig company, Allan Bridges, We-
deed. Martel are living in perfect harmony
day. with each other and have just made I i they invariably side with the j:.kiwa Springs company, T. B. Snyder IJ
W. O'Reilly] Fogarty, who is a and several others.
: conductor because the conductor
Messrs. T. C. and Richard Hall, of for all to hold public
Misses Lucy and Ellen Thagard re arrangements member of the City Council at Kings- : I
afternoon froma this city, have leased the convicts of worship together in the same build ton, Jamaica, West Indes, writes as wears a uniform a good deal like their I I 1.
turned home Saturday How to Cure Crilblains.
for the follows "One bottle of Chamberlain'sCough own. If pickpockets had the wit to
Hillsborough county years ing during the divert Sundays in :
visit to friends at Reddick. had effect on a to blue uniform believe it "To enjoy freedom from chilblains ,
Remedy good adopt a we
1907 and 190S for them $29.60per '
paying the month, which is indeed a nice ar writes John Kemp East Otisfield,
cough that was giving me trouble would be almost impossible tokeep 1
Mr.-E. L. Martin, of Moss Bluff, a head. rangement and one that should be and I think I should have been more Me., "I apply Bucklen's Arnica Salve. i
prominent young planter of that sec followed by all communities. Mr. quickly relieved if I had continued the the police from taking their part and Have used it for Salt Rheum with J
Mr.. A.1.. Jackson, of Inverness life after That it was beneficial and clubbing sack-coated citizens who d I excellent results." Guaranteed to cure j
tion, was among the visitors in Ocala Long will retire from public remedy. I
spent Saturday in Ocala. He was on quick in relieving me there is no laid hands upon them. The American I fever sores, indolent ulcers, piles,
the meeting of the board of county -
on Saturday. wounds frost bites and skin
burns, j
intention to

doubt and it is
his way to Atlanta, where he is a my aristocracy with more money and '
commissioners Monday and will another bottle." For sale by all i diseases. 25 cents at Tydings & Co.'sDrug j
Mrs. J. E. Barganier, who has avery student at the Atlanta Dental col take up the more pleasing duties of ,druggists. m more actual power than most others ,' Store. m 4

successful millinery establishment lege. home life.

-- at Dunnellon was in Ocala on Progress! Prosperity! ,

business Saturday. Donald Schreiber, after spending Dr. Joseph Ward, of Xewton, N. J., Such is the slogan of 1907. This i,

I I the holiday vacation in Ocala, has is in a sad predicament and would spirit is typified in the 1907 edition, :
ys' Mrs. J. E. Chace has gone to Miami returned to Staunton, Va., where he give a good sum for a recipe for the I of the New York World Almanac the I Female Weakness 1

\ where she will spend several attends the Staunton Military Acad- removal of cats. There are cats in standard reference book for all Amer- ,

weeks as the guest of Mrs. S. L. Pat eiry. his house, barn, piggery hennery, ica. The record of the events of 1906

I crib and also in the well, all because promises continued commercial and
terson. I I Mr. Sam Barco has returned to corn he tried to remove his strawberry ;civic growth for 1907. Among those "Last Fall," writes Mrs. S. G. Bailey of Tun-
Asheville X. C., where he attends the
.\ rs. Fred: DeRuiz of New Orleans, (Bingham: school. He has:: been spending beds of rabbits, which destroyed -, who useand endorse the World's nelton, W. Va., "I was going down by inches,

afttr a short visit in Ocala with her large quantiies of the fruit. Under Annual Encyclopedia are editors authors -I
I. the holidays in Ocala' and at c from female disease, with great pain. After tak-
parents Mr. and Mrs. L. M. Raysor, the game laws he could not shoot bankers. brokers financiers

Mt Friday for her home. I Sunny Slope farm. them but in an agricultural journalsaw lawyers, students and teachers. It ing Cardui, Oh! My! Howl I Ivas benefited I Ii

Mrs. M. Haughton made a visit: to.I Mr. John B. Floyd the popular and that the use of cats would drive is the book for every one seeking gen- am not well yet, but am so much better that I will

few days to see (affable insurance persuader, was in away rabbits. He collected all the eral information about a thousand keep on taking Wine of Cardui till I
our campus a ago I Ocala Saturday and interested_ his cats he could and'they have multi- different topics of daily interest. Just : am perfectly
her son, -Cadet Lieut. Mala HaughtonCollege i book store, s cured."
25 cents
, Park Gamilacad. f:i-nds by telling many anectdotesan ]plied exceedingly like the Israelitesof published "

jokes in his inimitable manner. old. The rabbits are gone, now or mailed for 33;: cents.
Despite the envious attacks of enemies
is in to
:he doctor a quandary as
of Dunn.
Young Mr. I Blunder.!
Senator Bailey's
Saturday Ex-Governor William D. Bloxham in ]how! to get rid of the cats. and rivals Cardui i still holds
ellon. was in Ocala Friday and to the old. But Senator Bailey long agoset' supreme position
his subscription
to see his father, who is quite renewing est newspaper in Florida expressesfor The Right Name. himself up as a stern censor of his today [as in the past 70 years] for the relief and

sick at the hospital in this city. Mr. Augustus Sherp, the popular neighbors' morals in political life. He

it all good- wishes and hopes that overseer of the poor at Fort ladison'l I has delighted to point the finger of cure of female diseases. It stops pain, tones up
Miss Sue Milligan, of Anthony, wasa the year 1907 will be the most prosperous I]la., says "Dr. King's New who
I at legislators
righteous scorn
visitor to Ocala Saturday. Shel'w it has ever enjoyed. I:are rightly named; they act more the organs, regulates FREE APVICE l'
the benevolence of the corpo-
do and make invited
!:agreeably more good I
=ts returning home from a visit to Miss Maggie Lytle and- her brothers. one feel better than any other laxative. rations. To be sure, his vote has been the functions, and aids Write us a letter describing .::1 -:
: sister, Mrs. Davis, at Hague.Mr. your symptoms, and we will send you t
Garanteed to cure -
I'I cast in acordance with his words Free Mvtcein pain sealed envelope.
Carl and Earl, who have been spending :
and constipation. 23 cents at in the replacement of Address: Lad;Advisory Department,
I ,Tohn T. Lewis of Moss Bluff the Christmas holidays with their Tydings & Co.'s Drug Store. m where the corporations were concerned. The Chattanooga Medicine Co..ChalURooza. -

I after spending the most of the weekin parents Mr. and Mrs. Frank Lytle, But he sinned grieviously against a misplaced organ. .Tenn.

Ocala returned to his home Sat- at Stanton,' returned to Ocala Saturday A. C. L. Dispatcher's Office.It I appearances, whatever his own
afternoon. '0 resume their studies at the is reported that the offices of I haughty conscience may say, when he At Every Drug Store in 1.00 Bottles. :

./,:.t Ocala High school Monday.Dr. the Atlantic Coast Line railway dispatchers I accepted a loan of a few thousand dollars -

pt' Hon. Ed. L. Wartmann, of Citra, are to be moved to this city from the friendly president of WINE

/ member of the legislature was in E. T. Allen, the well known pye from Jacksonville. the Waters-Pierce Oil Company.which '

1 Ocala Saturday and was busy all day specialist, retired, who is now livingat We hope that his rumor is so as it was seeking favors from the State of 9) CARDUId

shaking hands with his numerous Citra and following life along the would bring a number of new families Texas. OF:

friends. peaceful lines of horticulture, was in l- this city. Senator Bailey's mistake was in I


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DE'f HADES AND THE LAWYERS. men on the evidence of a shortsighted i! MORRIS-PRIEST. k'I

man is being much disscussed as :

The, The doctor, with anger, grew white it illustrates the peril in which the One of the prettiest weddings of

forme' ( ; and then blue, New York woman moves. Here is a i last season was solemnized at the

while.at And swore that the Devil he promptly man who is so short sighted that he I beautiful home of Mr. J. J. Priest the

thE would sue, has to wear double glasses, and who 31st of December when his accomplished 4'k'I I Ir

en' theSunda : "You can't," cried the Devil, "and. is subsequently found to have given daughter, Miss Lee was mar-

: I that's very clear; two addresses, yet, on his uncorroborated -I jried to Mr. Jno. G. Morris, of Ocala

prdaystrlcki We never have yet had a lawyer don testimony he procures the ar-I I Loving hands had searched the flow- _

here" rest, on the public street, on a disgraceful -I Ier gardens and nearby forest to :

to lust t -From the "Doctor's Lawsuit," by charge, of a lady of high social 'dowers and evergreens to expess ap- -

f Judge H. A. Melvin. standing who is locked up with |!peciation of this enjoyable event. Ro-

ion.Hel the usual! indignities and bailed out!ses, violets, yellow jassamine. ferns, Recommend Red RockGing'er )
The doctor was puzzled, well he -
tlut U after considerable delay. The disquieting -I evergreens were arranged in
nlcatefwas might be, arches and tasty uecorations which ,2' a
thing about the whole incident (I Ale
a But said", "You live up to your record no matter how it can be considered .(made this lovely home a small fairy L
andhed see. is that it suggests a graved land.
"What record?" quoth Satan, an Promptly 10 o'clock the bridal
wi, danger to the innocent for the police
way tc 1 punched up the fires. commissioner has laid it down that party descended the stairs and en- ''
I' "The one that claims the Princeof i' As a delicious non-alcoholic non-stimulating beverage to
lapsed you the officer has no course open to him tered the spacious parlor where they Sri"L i i ,

!pint all Liars.. but to make the arrest when the were met by Rev. N. B. Plummer, pas drink at home, nothing excels Red Rock Ginger Ale. Add

as the "Now that reputation," the Devil replied charge was made. On being taken to ter of the Red Level church, who read /j i to this its marvelously beneficent influence on digestion,

Mr. the station Mrs. Trautman handed the beautiful ceremony and united e '
and have the truly ideal beverage.
you 'n j jqt
"Is unto which I with
one am pointing
Rev. E. the desk sargeant her card, told (!these popular young people. After receiving -(

fearsconfefi pride; what she was and asked that here I[ congratulations from the

But since while on earth, you w<; friends be sent for but it was all ofj j I many friends and relatives who were 4'z Look for the Red Rock Crown

import friendly to me, no a\-ail. It must have been apparent !I present the bridal party and guests : T stopper on bottlesIT y oyo i
And sent many victims my hothouse were invited to the dining where se
is hel to the police that Mrs. Trautman was j' room ,

Thecello to see a woman of culture and refinementand ample refreshments: had been -=prvedj i, '' 1k): d 'S YOUR ONLY PROTECTIONSiildjnbottlM / )}

I do not mind saying-sub rosa, you the question is being; asked on in the good old southern style. I I h ItAGAN 1 I70D m

knowIt The bride and bridesmaids were I f' ,. ATIANiA .
quite all sides why they did not take stepsto / a'! a was much truth I told you a moment gowned in white silk decorated with I '
polntn ascertain if her statement was cor- Ii and on draught ayouttts.I i..
ton w go. rect before they made her herd with dainty lace trimmings. ,.
the You may seek till you weary of sul- Mrs. The bride has: many friends here
gr; disreputable women. Though --
phurious smell; and is an accomplished and beautiful ,, :
roadLoved Trautman was completely vindicatedof ,I Li j- ; t
But you will never find a lawyer in .
the charge made against her it is young lady. Her father, Mr. J. J. -
years t- hell.. plain that to a woman of refinementher Priest, is one of the oldest pioneer

gent sufferings were terrible, still she settlers in this portion of Florida and Manufactured by THE RED ROCK COMPANY, Jacksonville, Florida. I

!1umbEJ: did not plead for the release of her is a fine type of the old southern
"See here!" cried the doctor, "this
ered accuser when he was arrested on a :stockman and farmer. manages to control it and how he is

i part puzzle! explain, charge of malicious prosecution and The groom, Mr. Jno. G. Morris, is a able to dictate prices to men at the Just ReceivedA

)f thE For I've met several lawyers I mention false arrest. well known young man of Ocala, having head, of other systems and at the

.evuf, with pain a position with the S. A. L. rail-,)same time manipulate the stock market

jEt cn And if you couldn't snare them the. Wise Counsel from the South. {I way, and is a promising young man apparently at WIll I
game's to "I want to give some valuable ad SHIPMENT OF
up you of excellent
oe M ability. He is also quitewell A very large number of witnesseswill
vice to those suffering' with lame back
,rganltturn To prove that your sheol is not a mis- and kidney troubles," says P. R. Bla: I known in this section having be examined for both sides and sNNNN...NNNN.N.N.0.N..N.NNNN/N.N.. 4White

cue. kensap, of Beck. Tenn. "I have proved I been employed here part of last year it is expected that the commission be-

,' Explain, and I'll do what gives doctors to an absolute certainty that Electric The bridesmaids .
.tt btithl : Miss Maude Needs fore two months will be in a position f !
a chill; Bitters will positively cure thi i Cat Underwear Ii
ham Miss
and Susie Morris, siste] to sumbit its report. j I
distressing condition.! The first bottle '
That is I will
you'U opine, cancel
IE-8th. my gave me great relief and after;':of the groom, are both popular Ocala I II .k
Mr. taking a cured few more bottles I was com !|young ladies and intimate friends ofi THE NEW YEAR. I 4................4...4....4.....................eDO ...
ers a pletely ; so completely that it i the bride.
Less than
one day ,
dfI became a pleasure" to recommend] this The groomsmen were J. A. Morris, Yet time to die is fixed. To darn to mend to buttons ?
my sew on
"A go!" cried the Devil; to you I'll I great remedy. Sold under guaranteeat ':of Ocala brother of :'
-'ake the and
'Fvf Tydings & Co.'s Drug Store. Price groom That which is to be my lot 1>'1

' I: make: clear 50 cents. m (Victor E. Charpia of Crystal River. Was arranged years ao! YOU If Dot, try at least one of. . . OUR
is de Just why you'll not find a lawyer Review of the Past Week. 1! The entrance of the wedding party ;-
Heat, cold, rain,
1i1ad down here. Tuesday turkey, (into the parlor LOVE It is the most comfortable
tr, was very prettily arranged Tempests, flowers, sunshine, BACHELOR
hi ThJ reasons are two, and to you I Wednesday, cake, i as follows: First to enter the All will -;land -

rid M '_ will own Thursday, tummy room were Miss Needham and )Ir. And because come I to know me.full well at the same time the SHIRTS ,'

yb The first is my longing to hold to my Ache, ache, ache. J. A. Morris, followed by Miss Susie
My hardships must be faced, Best 50 cent Shirt and it does not cost a
thprne; ,
cst 0 -CourierJournal.Cure Morris and Mr. Victor E. Charpia, I ""
will be braveAnd
Mr.id If lawyers came here there is nevera then came the bride and groom. Avery like I cent more. Try them for Comfort and \'/ear. No buttons: -
a philosopher,
doubt of Lung Trouble.
to I come off or sew
v pretty scenewas affected by the Be resigned to each. on.
They would file a mandamus to hus- -
ewythi "It is now eleven years since I hada arrangement of the bridal party before I was born mid ringing bells,
HrTheVhitfl Cat Underwear
', tie me out. narrow escape from consumption," the minister. old byM.
My title is just, but I noticed with writes C. 0. Floyd, a leading businessman Mrs. C. C. Sanders Songs, good wishes and best of cheer, .
en o an e
awe of Kershaw, S. C., "I had run I If I thought of naught
ibbeirtic down in weight to 135 pounds, and of both the bride! and groom, But the troubles I forsee .
That Justice sometimes: shies away coughing was constant, both by day assisted -the bride's mother in the Could I help repine and sigh FISIIEL.f

from tl.f aw. and by night. Finally I began taking arrangements of the wedding details. wish 1
And that I
BO Oh. this hell, as I run it, knows Dr. King's New Discovery, and con- I As it was a were dead? .
trouble and loss, tinued this for about six months, intimate friends and quiet relatives wedding only Nay, I will magnify the good. +.+.................<7....'.G.+<. t................N _rN :

But what would it be if a lawyer were when my cough and lung trouble bride and of the Minimize the bad ..N..N................ .........................
were entirely gone and I was restoredto groom were present. I will seek good cheer, : t
ader boss? my normal weight of 170 pounds." Several handsome presents were re- And give it, J. A. PITTMAN. E. P. PITTMFURNITURE :
The first reason this; the second Thousands of persons are healed every cei1 ed.

sere counts more; year. Guaranteed at Tydings & Mr. and Mrs. : I And live each day
Morris: left
Co.'s Drug Store. 50 cents and $1.00 I on the As one who had a duty to perform
to s' When this hadean hostelry opened of r '.on train for Ocala, where
Trial bottle free. they will
i I Which he does with love and hope.
alpnsel yoreWe :I |ibe at home to their many friends at And the spirit that overcomesAll j ji

: took in the sinners of various His Finish. the residence of Mr. Jas. Morris for fear and ill-starred circumstance
tol styles.
t1 o present.-Crystal River News.
Abraham Gruber in New York :
gr.so The sinner who smiles, the sinnerwho For the benefit of those who are --- --. !

. frowns wondering what Theodore Roosevelt HARRIMAN FACES INQUISITORS.New Times.

It The sinner who swears, the sinner should do when his term expires it SOUTH LAKE--WEIR ITEMS. i ii\ If you want GOOD FURNITURE i .
York, Jan.4.-The Federal investigation
ybnml who cants, might be suggested that he open a

The sinner in skirts, the sinner in correspondence school.--Courier Jour I of the Harriman systemof Special Mr. Oscar cor. Ocala Shogren Banner, of Tampa: has: and at prices that have never been i ..

it w -. pants- nal. railroads, which was postponed been spending a few days here with
equaled in Ocala call
rc We took them all in. not a one was from December :2Sth? to acocmmodate and examine -
Mr. E. B. Killam. Mr. Shogren can I 1#
debarred i Mr. Harriman, vis opened here today. A
oyI"he templted making some changes with] ''f! our line We have
And fricasseed sinner was oft on the
'I his property and expects to reside t :
nut card; Juice. ,greatA here, at least a part of the time. i a specially desirable line of ; I
Apple aimed to determine whether
\Ies We noticed at last with a feeling of : broadI -
Richard Carter and family have returned $
gloom :I a single railroad interest i is;; like-

:, .T That the influx of lawyers left others !:. to come into domination of the I to Fernandina. 4 : | WILLOW R JC ERS DUGS and i
.s -- ----- Oat sowing is the order of the day MfiTTlNGS.
transportation of the
no room. system country .
although very dry. K. I.
We couldn't make Hades a lawyer's i|in the near future, as it is now as- I o -- I
:; rrhe -- RJ
S resort. i ise' ted that the rapid growth of the The Dollar. | ;

For though we've fallen we've prideof I Duffy'sNonAlcoholic I ;Harriman lines will cause inquiry The rich man has the money, *

stOc a sort; !las to whether the Standard Oil group The poor man must take his chance; Ii PITTMAN a SON 4

rN And so on the outside we built an -- s II which is assumed to back Harriman It's the dollar pays the fiddler,
{is in the of ,
annex I way securing control of
jell Carbonated I So-the dollar has the dance!
mbf Which is occupied now by disciplesof ,the railway interests of the country : The Furniture Men. i

'.! Lex, Sterilized.An 'if: "is known to the members of the 4: I
The dollar makes the music-
+lies .
zer, "You see," Satan said, and preparedto I Inter-State Commerce Commission, Starts up all the bands, ;I OCALA, :-: :-: FLORIDA. 1 I jf I
be appetizing beverage who ale conducting the
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should be drawn.: j i who will handle the points -Frank L. Stanton. ._ ........ t !
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chuckled with glee. nourished. ( considers this the most important i W. A. !
While the hadean corridors echoed, I i step it has yet taken against any I The Publisher's I L E. LANG : i
Sold in Pints and :
J "Tehee! Quarts.25c railroad combination. The govern-j\ i

-A. J. Waterhouse.The 'ment was aroused by the wonderful

n B tlB and 40c. L strides of Harriman and Attorney Kel- Claims Sustained I ANNOUNCEMENT. i

ala case of Mrs. Trautman the log today announced that every power .

wife of a physician of high social will be exhausted to break the .

!e standing, who was arrested on a | CX K. 'great Harriman merger and check 'I UNITCD STATES. COURT. OF CLAIMS We have Just purchased the wagon and Harness business of Messrs.
Tlieruht International
-hers Webster's
0he charge of robbery and put in a cell I Grocery its march towards centralization Hir- ( Dictionary allege; that it"13,in.ictthe popu- S. A. Standley & Company, and propose to add to the stock of goods
with drunken and disreputable- ... _. H ,_ riman, however, realizes that he has i .I..rUnabnJtedthrroughlyreedttedmeterir'ail.en\anly enriched in e\'cry part,with thing that is needful to make it aCOMPLETE LINE in every sense of
_____ __ the word. We for
y.8 '0 are agents several of the best
aroused the energies of the adminis- 1'ie purinee< t adapting it to meet the larger Farm Wagons on be"ket '
l 1 .< .1 tetererrcquu"..'tnentsol'another' generat.on. ', ; also several makes of Buggies. Besides these mar
'dou tration and is about to fight a political! j : ." i! of we handle a great T&o ,
".'e are of the opinion that this! alteration j riety vehicles either of which we stand ready to fully
battle as well as a financial
one. Special MOi-t cie.irly and accurately describes the
Furniture I worn: tii.t has urea accomplished and the Grade
Attorney Kellogg and Severancei High
:hr rssult that h.H roea reached. The Dictionary, Serviceable Carriages
.. i I have, it is stated, collected evidenceto I as it IKIW stands, bas been thoroughly re- Unexcelled ,
t. !! edited in every detail baa Lee corrected in Wagons, Harness R
L show that the Harriman mergers every part and u admirably adapted to meet ,
:ch r
-' II''were combinations formed to stifle! the larger and severer requirements: of a Lap Robes, Etc.,.Etc.
in.rch which demands of
I generation more popular
Ii competition and it is also stated that philological knowledge than any generation
i that the world has ever contained. Turpentine Wagons
. I|Mr. Stnyvesant Fish, the deposed pres. It is i>erhiij)3 needier to add that we referto a Specialty.
,. ,. It's a little early, but our fall stock is arriving daily and (idr-nt of the Illinois Central Road. the d.cnonary in our judicial work: as of
I the high'- t authority in accuracy of definition We are Always In Position to Meet the Price
all we ask i& a chance to save you AU ask control of which was purchased by the ; mid that in the future as in the past It of Legitimate Competition.
msney we is a : will fce the source of constant relertnce.OURIXS ,
red [ few minutes of your]valuable time tc show you through I Harnman interests, will give some C.XOTT.Oucf Jatic* I We are Sole Agents for the celebrated White Hsckorv

our stock. important evidence in connection vi'h LiVTRESCK JOHDvK WELDOS, and Farm Wagon.Knight Turpentine -

1c'A !the merger during the inquiry. fcTAMDXCHAHI.V.S JI'ITLLE.,
1: Uuw t

e A Few Leaders i It is expected that evidence will The! above refers to WLRSTEITS'iodpa.

iI'be adduced from which the status will of show an how unknown Harriman INTERNATIONAL DICTIONARY & Lang 1

BEDS FROM $2.50 I broker rose to be absolute ,
t RON UP SI3EB31S33 S11,50'UPCyINA ;!' dominator THE GRAND PRIZEthe (Successors Standiev
I of 25, (lI) miles or railroad and the InterState ( hlJh *award)own given to tic intern and CO)

e 'f:, CLOSETS SI5.0flND( UPS I Commerce Commission announce tiocal ut the World's 1"a.r-:t.Lou&. -- --"-

[lr. ,' i that they propose to learn howit GET THE LATEST AND BESTYou [ Messrs. Louis and Charlie Chazal The electric elevator for the Holder'! .

dl\ OCALA m\\\im N\\ \ [ C cony.A I a few was of years made$2,000,000,000 to possible figure himself for a into man control in ir 7Z hs}irt..rea'r.I Jllt'-'!,s,1.1!jrte n(!Ir, ..specimut I who Baltimore attend, have college returned in Maryland to, their near placed building has arrived and will soon be "* f.

worth of in
prop- studies after spending position
I G..C.MERR'AMCO. K'F.aStE1S a very pleasant by Mr Otto Mente.

d r ... E. C. SMITH C. V.: ROBERTS. i erty.The investigation pyauMrn;. tTtctisttout OaTF7viI&PnINGFIELD vacation with their parents, Mr. It will serve as an index finger point.
will show
how he MASS. and Mrs. L. R. Chaw.ii ing to the growth of Ocala 1 1r


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MISS SARA ELIZABETH HARRIS. The Shah of Persia died Tuesday ]t]Dr. Dodge Preaches Introductory SerI '- ;i Colonel and Mrs. Rogers Hod! FamilyReunion. j Melon I Growers Meet in Jacksonville. (VERY GREAT INCREASE IN TAX

Local Editor. ni ht. I t I mon. I I I I ABLE VALUES. ,

--- ;, Dr. W. H. Dodge, who has accepted The Gainesville Melon Growers Association
Dale the latter j Colonel and Mrs. R. F. j! -
Mr. Lowry leaves j i, church1j Rogers, of
LOCAL the the
AND PERSONAL. call to Presbyterian I held their eighth annual A dispatch from Tallahassee says
part of the season for New York, ; his Lynne entertained their sons and i
i of Ocala preached introductorysermon I meeting in Gainesville on January iJ, the assessment rolls in the comptrol

Hiss Alvarez, of Starke, is in the where he will study music and the en- < in this city 3-inday morning I daughters and grand children in a adopte a resolution calling ler's office show the increase of valuation

city visiting Mrs. W. E. Hutscn. eourawiacnt he was given from the au- A ,very delightful way last Friday and land' a I
large congf"Ii'gation'as
| present ; in taxable
convention of the fruit and vegetable property in the state
thoritative sources in New York !Ito : Saturday. In all there were twentysix '
t welcome Dr. Dodge and the serviceiwas
4. )Ir. E. P. Pittman, of Coleman, was to continue the cultivation of his present. ,!growers of the state to meet in Jacksonville for the year 1906 over the assessmentof
a most interesting one. Wednesday, Jan. 30. | the previous year as follows:
a jjjsitor to the city Wednesday.
promises well, with the knowledge ]' : Saturday the entire family conven-
Mr. A. E. Gerig rendered a beautiful: ][ I The principal object of the meeting The tax values for 1906 show a total
'in Atlanta of his talent and ability for | tion spent a very pleasant day on Lake
Dr. S. T. (' lr WEn, of Citra was cornet bolo and Miss Sara Whitfield j t : in Jacksonville will be to take con- valuation of $$142,018,871.00, an
: a successful, music future.-Atlanta | !Briant and an elegant dinner was enjoyed -
numbered among Ocala visitors !jspng a beautiful solo after the morn certain action in the matter of exorbi increase over 105! of '$10, 82.0.OO.
Constitution. : and this was the first time in
Wednesday. ''ing offering was taken up. The choirwas tant freight and refrigerator rates and The total real estate valuation Is
Mr. Dale is Inverness and fifteen that the
: an boy nearly years entire
| composed Miss Whiifield. MrsA. adopt the best methods of bringingthe $89,071,431.00. This is an increase of

Mrs. John Lovell, of Sparr formerly j!fis a brother of Mr. W. M Dale formerly : E. Gerig and the Messrs. Gerig. :family had been together and the same speedily before the interstate $6,664,222.00. Of this, the gain in

Miss Fanny Hunter is visiting relatives of this city. During his few event was in every way a most happy <
: I' I I Dr. Dodge chose as the text his commerce commission.The city and town property is $4,997,435.00 .

iu Ocala. ,'years residence in New York he has j discourse the following words in thefifth 'and memorable one.
melon growers' association of and on wild and farm lands is $1,666-
,won for himself many laurels in thei. i Colonel and Mrs. Rogers' guests ,
the fourth j
I verse of chapter oPaul's Gainesville 787.00. The total valuation of
hopes all melon personal
Mr. Leon Fishel has returned from music world. He has an exquisite ) :were the following: A daughter: from growers
: second epistle to the property is, $26,994,593.00. This Is
throughout the stale will take
his trip to Cuba and spent yesterday voice and bids fair to make his mark I. "For ourselvesbut !J Jackson, Tenn.; one son, with his a
: we preach not personal interest in this an increase of $2,645,978.00.
in Jacksonville. -.in, the world J wife and children matter and
; as a singer.We [ two from Electra j
Christ Jesus, the Lord; and our | The increase in
iMr. [ : ': be represented at the coming conven I value of animals is
one son, wife and five children fromi
and Mrs. Ad Aldrick, of Paris, stated in our paper that the,5: selves your servants for Jesus' sake. i Welborne tion. I$38905,00; ; the increase in value of

Me., have gone to Apopka to spend coumr'eom'icts had been leased to i i| Mr. Dodge said that he hoped to get t i ; son and daughterinlaw.from In a circular letter sent out the other personal property is 2256978.

home tiMe before retuming north. :the Edwards Brothers Naval Stores (I'very close to the people of his congregation Atlanta; a daughter from Lake Gainesville Melon Growers Association 00.

and hoped that they would get 11 i Butler: a daughter and her husband
[ The total valuation or railroads and
-- business but at that time the several t says:
r )Ir. S. A. Haw Is and his mother close him. He said that during :|'and child from Late Citv and their
bids had not been announced. Tr-pj I very] to -!' It is a fact that we have no car load telegraph is $25,912SS4.00, an increaseof

Mrs. II. N. Rawls, have b/'f-n spending i his ministery here it would be his ,I three sons and a grandson of Lvnne. rates to the $1,272,078.00. Made up principally
following were the bids suHcitu j east on many of our products ;

the past several days in Jacksonville. |;duty and his pleasure to preach not : and that the from increase in mileage, valuationin '
j H. Massey & Co., of Orange Springs. Keep Your Blood Pure. j < grower: has to

I bid $15 per month for all sizes, sexes, himself but Christ Jesus and he expected !spay 1 just as much per package whether soutHern part of state and in adjustment *
Mr. Charles W.11'hite, of New York the members of his church toi No one can be happy. lightheartedand
'i' he two and equilization of values of
conditions and R. F. Rogers & ships packages or a car
Is again a visitor to Ocala after with full of blood
J spend- I ; healthy a body
TIng several days in Gainesville! and I Co., of Lynne, ranged from $15 to $30 i i js'peixmonth. I stand loyally by him. That he was that cannot do its duty to every part load of four hundred. I I rolling stock.

Citra. : depending largely! on the I)not I sent to preach to empty benches j I Ii because of its impurity: therefore, There is a car load rate on cantaloupes I A (11-2 mill tax) general revenue

abut' to human beings and that whenever ;the first and most important work in will bring $213,028.00 licenses ( .
:class! of nun; S. A. Rawls & Co., made i i and all other classes of freight ; estimated
there in the church 'hand is to purify the blood so thatevery 'I I I *
I The Ponce de Leon: hotel at St. Augustine :two bids, from $30 to $40 per month, i 1' were services L to all points, and if we make the $350,000.00; total $5(13-( _
the full benefit
( !! organ'ill get I
his members all beI
B' J- is now open for the winter':with certain reservations; second bid,1'I expected to of a healthy circulation. There is nojl proper effort there is no reason why 02S.OO.
I tourist season and its projects for j $26 to $35.; Edwards Brothers bid wasjl;I:present.Dr. :remedy we Know of so good as that old.jwe I II should not get relief from this ar- Summary Taxes for 1906.

the winter are very brig -t. $"G for all county convicts in service j! Dodge is a finely educated man, ;family remedy, Brandreth's solid ibitary:I action of the railroads, as wellas For general revenue from direct:

4 a pleasing speaker and an excellent.minlster Each pill contains one grain of I taxation 11-2 mill levy $213,028.00
for reduction
less than three months?; all co m- a from the present high.1

b The governor has not yet appointed !ty convicts in service from three toi1. and it is expected that his,extract two grains of sarsaparilla of a combination blended of with pure I freight and refrigeration rates., for general revenue from license

* a prison inspector to fill the placeof five months, $29, for all convicts in I:'pastorate in this city will prove of inestimable and mild vegetable products, making charged us on all perishables. I (estimated) $350.009.00.(

Hon. Newton Blitch now a. railroad service over six months or twelvemonths '| benefit to the church and to'it a blood purifier unexcelled in char- Before the present rate law went into For general revenue from othr

commissioner.Ur |'Ocala. I Ij la'cter. One or two taken every night sources: Increase premium tax, charter 1
', ;>l. i5, for females and boys i; effect it was almost useless: to try;;

under fifteen years, $1:; per month. I II !j At the conclusion cf the service the :;for suits.Brandreth's awhile. will produce surprising re but conditions have changed, and if tax, etc.. estimated, 100,000.00- ':

Joseph Peyser, representing the: 'I sacrament of the Lord's supper wasadministered. Pills have been Juse you I will give us your hearty cooperation total 663,02S.OO( ; for constitutional

Southern Printer's Supply compan Tuesday afternoon was the: occasion;' ., for over a century and are sold in ey- and appoint at least one dele- state 1 mill school tax, $142.028.00; '

of W -hington I>. C., is in the city 'of a very pleasant surprise party' in i I cryirug and medicine store, either L Is gate to meet us in Jacksonville to for pensions, 3 mill tax, $42,056.00'for :; :

calling on the various printing estab : honor of Mrs. Dame's birthday at her j[ We had the pleasure of meetingI ;i plain or sugar coated.- .- i: ,discuss this all-important matter, state board of health 1.2 mill tax,

lishments. He says that business in ;lovely home on South Lime street. It I: P. T. Randall, of Connor. in the I The Episcopal convocation will meet 'and to formulate some plan of action, $71I9.0o-total state revenue (estimated -

Ms line is tio citylondar. He owns a very attractive i! i f
top. $1,302,111.00.New .
about of her ),
was planned by; twenty } i :we can no doubt get relief and sate
--- ---- orange, tangerine and grapefruit 11!I" -
Dame's was1!
'friends. Mrs.
surprise he growers thousands of dclhrs
in Ocala week after next amt) the
Mr. and Mrs. Robert Ferguson, of ,complete as she did not realize it im- |I grove on the.Ocklawaha river and we !committee from Grace church are now I every year. York as an Example. A

Berlin: Mrs. \'anceYeaL ers, of York, til about seven or eight of her friends ;are glad to hear from his own lipsthat I II ,
!making great preparations for tint I Why, asks the New York "'"-" -
"lf" and her sister Miss Bobbie Harrison, had arrived. The: afternoon wu very I his trees escaped injury and thatmuch I Sun Brothers' Circus.
event. New York so fascinating. The magvnets
5* of Leesburg; Mr. and :\lrs..J. C. in conversation.1 of his fruit was also uninjured.
pleasantly spent ; Miss Oral Smith, of Griffin, Ga.. of its attraction are its bignessand
r r French: of Spring Park, and Judge games: music and recitations. Miss I, lIe' says that he does not think thathis <, This well known show, which has
is the charming guest of her cousin, its cosmopolitanism. In its
t- F. J. Tit comb, of Rockwell, were ;;Margaret Spellman rendered several ;j'' grapefruit are injured a particle.: : 'L 'r'' our city several times: before,
'!i :Mrs. G. H. Harrison at the rectory on struggles for commercialism along all
among the visitors to Ocala Wednes- ,!solos in her sweet and impressive !r He is afraid, however, that the pres- gave two performances,here Wednes
;i Ocklawaha av'enue. lines it was not choice in the selection -
day. voice. Miss Vivian recited and played Unt warm spell will cause the treesto day. one in the afternoon and one in
;: i: Ms Harry Dozier and little daugh- of its population. It took all
in her usual graceful manner. Mrs. bud out afresh, which will put th'min the evening. Many attractions have
Mrs. Charles Brewer, of Bronson, !tt:'!'_ i'onelia, have gone to Columbia, that came. It proscribed none. It gaveto -
Weatherbee recited in fine a dangerous condition to been added to it and the performancewas
and her daughter, Mrs. Ronkle, ofLos : very style, Ii 'S.' C., having been called to that city all the blessings and allurements of
cold spell should we be so un- much enjoyed and
were especially -
much to the enjoyment of all I]
Angeles Calif., spent Wednesday'' present, 'by' the critical illness of her mother. (citizenship. The result is that New
after which they invited the fortunate as to have one. I pleasing to the little folks.
in Ocala the guests of their cousins:: i i were to ;'Her: Ocala friends hope that she will I York today is the greatest city of the
'dining! room, where delightful refreshments One good feature about this circus I
,find rer mother greatly improved. New World and in many respects the
Mr. and Mrs. E. M. Howard. They
; were served Mr. Dame and i Mr. G. B. Tankersley, of Coleman, was the fact that it had Jakirs_ : fol-
were on their way to Williston to attend 1 i' j jI !!! :Mrs William Anderson very pkaal.ai.ly i greatest city on the globe. Men who
in and stated
Miss Stone were let into the secret !was Ocaalonday to bwing it and the acts were all clean.
the funeral of their relative, Mr. :I entertained the married ladies' are descendants of those: who went
and had inado pron*rations for 'he oc 'us that the celebrated Monarch grove, j I i I The mess agent: was especially ac I
Peacock. '!card club Wednesday afternoon atl. i there with a pack on their backs are
icasion.i i Alt left \\i"hingI1': rs.:r.l' ,'near Wildwood in Sumter county, es- -ommodating and was not slow in distributing i -
''her home on Fort King avenue. Her jnow numbered among her millionaires
--- i ,
'caped the late cold weather with veryiiile his: favor to members ofthe
aliss Ida Thomas of St. Petersburg, many happy returns of the day.: 'guests enjoyed the afternoon very I land multi-millionaires and are its conj I
This is of the t I
injury. one largest press showing them every
1 after a week's visit: in Ocala the guest : -- :greatly. rouleisy. j trolling spirits along all lines of com-
j A Delicate Dish. and most famous groves in the state '
of Miss Anna Mixon, has returned t merciaism and enterprise. The descendants
;and the news Mr. Tankersley bringsof j jI There :was a good attendance at i
home. Miss Maggie Bailey, of M.icsissipni ; I Notice to N on-R sident Sportsmen. i of the immigrants who in
; A new delicacy has been discovered i I it is exceedingly encouraging. He each performance and overybndj | -
1 who has been Miss Mixon'sy I this would be have become
day rejected -
by the epicures.: At a recent ban- !says that some of the vegetable !!E Notice is given to non-residents seemed well pleased with the show. J
since the first of December, accompanied -
guest the chief stone in this great
quet of a Michigan yacht club, about '!growers in his section are hurt to the !hunting game in Marion county that I

Miss Thomas to St. pet- 'j! 15,000 muskrats were eaten with great i'extent of about fifty per cent but that''others 'the laws of Florida require them to Telling Tales Out of Schcol. !commercial edifice.

f" moo. i i iMi. relish. This yacht club will render a I' who planted early, did not suffer :first procure a license: before so doing. I !'Change in the ownerShi- of the Florida

David: S. Woodrow has purchased great service humanity if they ':' so severely.In The amount fixed is $10.00 and the Governor Vardeman, of Mississippi, j Agriculturist.

j I would broaden their appetites enough i ,official issuing the license is the clerkof is feeling the pricks from the thornsof "
.1 the |
the sixteen negro cottages on
The Florida Agriculturist is the oldest
':'to include the common house rat in the Circuit Monday.? : the circuit court. This notice is public office and finds them quiteanno'ing. 4
i in the second ward recently
property their men .Estero Eagle. j All day :Monday the circuit courtwas agricultural journal in "Florida 4
for the of giving warning -
boiutht liy the A. C. I- railway and < ;given purpose having been established! by the elder
I -- j i i consumed in the trial of Sheriff In retiring from the management of
will hate them moved on the lot ads f! and saving trouble. in 1873 and it has done
Williams I Codrington a
[ Judge Presented With
a |] Gordon who indicted for
I Henry was E. J. McCRAXEY.dItwlt : I.i I.the Mississippi penitentiary its war-
will them to colored'people. ,
and rent j
joining handsome magnificent work for Florida. A dozen
Watch. \assault with intent to i ij
murder. Thejury
j i Game Warden. den, J. J. Henry, In a formal report I Ito
I or more it was purchased 'i
j, was composed of the following the board of control, makes the years ago
At the meeting of the Elks on Tues- I : I I by E. O. Painter but in these later
The Ocala lodge of Odd Fenohlll gentlemen: C. J. Phillips, T. D. Bry- | A Big Blaze at Crystal River. following charges of "graft" against
day evening Judge D. S. Williams, the r Mr. Painter's outside businesshas
meeting Tu s.iay an, Geo. B. Turner, D. S. Shaw, Henry j I Wednesday morning about two Mississippi's' chief executive: years
delightful .
a veiy secretary of the lodge was completely'taken that it has been
Dudly and Peter Loos. ;'!''o'clock a fire occurred at Crystal Riv- "It seems," writes are warden, that grown so rapidly t
hall. Mr. L. J. Lester ;:
ht at Yonge's
i. = ,1 by surprise when )Ir. G. A., impossible for him to give much attention ]
Grand Master of the The defendant was represent by which proved to be quite destructhe. the governor was so honest, that
of Tairpa.! em ere, a member of the Elks who to this well known I
1 Hon R. L. Anderson and Hon. CarlosL. : How the fre originated is un- when shortly after he was inaugurated -
)lodge, was present and male a veryinteresting !resides at Belleview, in a lull in the I and it has not had the snap and :
talk did also Past Gr".* i iI I] Sistrunk and State Attorney Davislootced kno vn. I I offered him a convict to work
as proceedings advanced to the secre- I sparkle and vigor and animation of j
after the state's inter(> ts. from there that the the withan
of Passengers say :at the mansion, governor,
Master J. A. Preston, JaCksOl1\'me.j f jtary's desk and told Mr. Williams and has gradually 1
""'- 1 delicious Dr. D. M. Smith and others testified j A. C. L. depot and all the buildings air of apparent superior virtue, former years gone
After the business session a iovstet I that he had been commissioned to. 'I down hill. It was however, recently
enjoyed.Mr. i! as to the mental condition of Sheriff : ac'jacent to it were completely de- :said that he would not accept the tender
supper was perform a very pleasant duty-a pleas. '; purchased by Mr. Walter Connolly, *
i i'I Gordon at the time this offense was i i stroed.. Among the buildings destroyed and that he was going to run an I
tire shared by brother of the for time attache of he Jacks s
every a long an
< John D. Robertson, who was : I committed. All testified that the sheriff were: the following: Knight I j honest! administration. I
order: and drawing from his pocket avery Metropolis and an able news- I
1"C'l'f'd president of the city council, ; was mentally irresponsible. Dr.' i't&! Barco's store, the office of the Crystal However, it was not"ery long, I I II jsonville
handsome gold watch in : I The not
a most man. new owner only
felt highly honored by the compliment 'Smith treated him for paresis or some |i River News, Dr. Moody's DrugStore |1 1I before he changed his idea of honesty paper j
] fitting and appropriate speech handed | to restore the Agriculturalist
and after the adjournment: of' I'other mental trouble for several.I the postoffice Mr. Paul Roel-- I and called on me to assign hima ,proposes
the same to Mr. Williams. I' I r to its pristine splendor but intends to ,
the Council gave a champagne supperto I months and was very positive in his Ilert's store and warehouse and Dr. :! convict to work at the mansion,
The watch is a gold hunting case ):add new features to it and make it I
the members and to a few outside !! :statement that Mr. Gordon was. men- !!'J. T). Bennett's office. |which direction I obeyed.
with handsome Elk I it in the oldlays
a head with even better than was
friends It goes for the saying that a.1(]tally in an irresponsible condition at !:I Crystal River was without a fire de- "Later his idea of honesty became
diamond eye engraved on the cover. I I i
a pleasant hour was passed by 1Ir. ; 1 the time of this occurrence. lartment( and the heat was so intense still more elastic, and he soon had i 4
The inside of the case is engraved
x ; Robertson's priests.! ... as I The jury after being out for aboutjhalf that the efforts of the bucket brigade 1 1pro'ed two convicts at work instead of one. -Wester--Escapes.4-- ---
follows: "To Brother David S. Wil-
t ;! an hour returned a verdict of not ;; futila "Another sample of his ideas of F. who tried *
Mr. J. Wester was
Hams, secretary of the Ocala Lodge,
Mr William C. Gordon, of Chicago. { i I
i Uilty. honesty is purchasing horses
I convicted at tbe recent term
subscribers ;B. P. 0. E. S51: Christmas Gree !lg.1The Creditors. I I and
one of the Ocala Banner's Notice to ]himself! in connection with purchasesof

+ 4 is visitor to Ocala and is a guest : watch was malit! at Canton, 0., Death cf Mr.Peacock.. 1 1I I i I Notice is hereby given to all credi-I horses for the state. He boughton the circuit court in this county an"iwho %
!tors, legatees, distributees and allj was sent to the Rogers' turpen-
has what is known the ,
as McKinley
t. the Montezuma hotel. Mr. Gordon Mr. J. B. Peacock, a prominent citi-
at I claims against one trip a horse which was shippedin *
and 'other persons having j i' :tir camps at Lynne for three YI'ars.I ,
made a pleasant call yesterday: afternoon : movements was manufactured zen of Williston. died at his home at deceased I .
us : the estate of Julia T. Munroe, ;j the same car with the state's .
and will spend a fortnight inour at the Hamden works. !that place Tuesday night after a brief to present the same to the undersigned j horses. It i H also a fact that he I escaped.A for his
reward of is offered
: Judge Wililams has been secretary I. I within two years rim this Jan. $100
city. He tars the weather in Chicago i illuess. j{, 'shipped another horse in connection II
I of the Ocala Elks since the organiza- 11, A. D., 1907, at Ocala, Florida. : capture.: : He forged Sheriff Cordon'sname
is very charming and is almostspringlike. I He was a livery man at Williston IwSth the business of the state, which
T. MUNROE, to checks to the amount cf several
Mr. Gordon is a very j tion of the lodge-HP d has taken great and was also largely engaged in the i
i I Executor of the Last Will and Testament -;demonstrates: that he at least was not hundred dollars and was: cap* .red

pleasant gentleman and Nery much I interest in it and it has been largely I'.urpentine business and had manyfriends i of Julia T. Munroe, deceased. I ,careful to avoid the appearance of I Miami. One C. Higgins n'.so:
i at
::through his efforts that it has beenso ( i-ii-st
pleased with: Florida. i who will regret to learn of I evil. ?
i made: his escape at the same : ;ae.
successful. He has made a most this! death. + - ... I
I Acquitted of Murder.Mr. I "If I had been guilty of acts mat r
i Mr. Henry Thalgott. who is conduct- efficient: officer, is always pleasant, I I j The deceased was the uncle of Mr. i j bear such striking resemblance to The discussion of the episode In J

( in? a successful bakery in Dunnellon: L LI aiTaWe and agreeable and the esteem : E. Peacock of this j i %
q. city. is Gabriel Priest who was indicted I graft as these acts of Governor Var Brownsville Tex., which resulted in
through Ocala Wednesday on i+u which he is held is shown by this s
passed I of I. N. Chance and of
murder service
for tne deman, I would enter a plea of guiltyto the discharge from the

his way to Palatka, where he goes on !:gift and the superb manner of its The Knights of Pythias had an i was tried in Levy county circuit court, I the charge brought by the gover- three companies of negro troops by

a vacation and to look after some ,]]presentation.[ oyster supper in their lodge rooms!I'was Saturday night pronounced not nor's legislative committee of appropriating the president will continue this week, +

interests. Mr. Thalgott says j judge Williams was entirely !Monday night. Quite a number in
surprised were
property the after being out interest
guilty by jury, public property to private to be the topic of paramount ;

that the trade of Dunnellon is fine. :I so much so. indeed, that he attendance, the supper was entirely\i only fifteen minutes. The shooting use." in the senate and the end Is not I

That the city Is improving right along could scarcely find words sufficient to informal and all had a general good occurred at Williston, but Mr. Priest yet. .

r. and ,now rejoices In an electric light express his appreciation and gratitude -ti me.. and Mr. Chance were both living in The editor of the Monticello News *

System and that au early sewerage 1 but he quickly recovered himself ,the western part of this county. Mr. says "municipal government is business Efforts are now on foot to start

system is contemplated. He says indeed ;and returned his thanks to the lodgein Mr. Albert Anson Graham has re- Priest \\as defended ty Hon. Frank not politics. Down this way it i a .hen trust The: plan contemplates

that they have. down there a a most pleasing, touching and eloquent turned to Gainesville. He is in love Clark and Hon. S. L. Carter, of is neither business nor politics. It is. establishing immense poultry farms

"little New York." manner. with the "University City.' I Gainesville. all patriotism. near:all..the big cities of the country. E


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The Staborc has created tne omce I
THE MAYOR'S MESSAGE.We $106,000,000 IN GIFTS. I gifts to Museum of Fine
I of genertl transfer agent, which it is
Arts . . . 1,315,000 CHilD AlMOS
hoped will freight congestionand
The are sure the message Mayor Izlar : The United States continues to be D. B. Shipman. Chicago,

fonnecwhUe.1 FRANK HARRIS Editor. delivered to the city council accelerate the shipment of'recognized along the lines of benevolence -- will to charities, . 1,20,000! I
I .
2 P. v Leavengood/ Business Manager. Tuesday night will be read with delight ,freight. | as first among the nations. I Andrew Carnegie, gifts to I A SOLID SORE[ j

at th who interested in the I 1,000,000
-- by all are : Black Patti is now touring Florida.At I As the greatest individual philanthropist Fine Arts Building -

en the city's development and improvement.The : Roanoke, Va., she had to have her ;I Andrew Carnegie is entitledto John D. Rockefeller, gifts to

Bundaprday language with which the message -i husband, who is a hotel waiter in ;I wear undisputed the laurel wreath Juvenile Reformatory 1,000,000 .

.:' i U clothed is graceful and ornate ,;that city, arrested for assault and in- .I land standing beside him and measur- W. V. Laurence, Xew York, From Skin Disease from Birth Until I

strIck I I --' and the suggestions are both timely timidation. :ing nearly up to the line that he has I gift to charities 1.000,000/

touts t p '.- I, ,., :S and important.The I,marked out is John D Rockefeller Charles Fergus, Philadelphia I Six Years Old Father Spent

tlon. t mayor's duties are clearly and : Judging froiii the New Year's editorials -::the controlling spirit of ihe StandardOil : will to charities 1,000,000 Fortune on Her Without Benefit '

Hek .!itinctly pointed out and he promises I Florida's editors begin 1507! in !' trust. ,Albeit WIlcox, Seabright. 0d! Doctor Suggested Cuti-

but ref.n1cate,1. !10 "hew to the line" and says that' good share and spirits. Much of the i To the University of Chicago aldne I N. J., will to Audobon
Cured Her in Two
I, : his administration of the affairs of prosperity that has befallen the state I!Mr.Rockefeller has given over twen- Society . . 1OO0000C. cura, which

was al; !r :: t the city shall be as impartial as the: is owing to their ceaseless and enthusiastic -,'ty-one million dollars.If I E. Shoelkopf Kansas Months, Leaving

and bil ., ;symbol of justice balancing the scales j efforts.
ed witY:, --- !as nearly as possible between right j jI ,, . : . 1.00,000
{ Motto: The Banner, believing those "Uneasy lies the head that wearsa i millions we would apply them in an SKIN SOFT AS A BABY'SAND
to' and doing. gift
way [ wrong : John D. Rockefeller's present
at the top well able to take care of I General entirely different direction.
j : j'j'lapsed I If the suggestions of our new mayor crowll"-Attorney the University of Chicago -
of $2,917,000 to I WITHOUT SCAR
themselves, has taken its stand in the 'of New York has Jackson'l Instead of giving $21,000,00 to a
spirit t;! i are to be put in active operation Ocala city makes his total gift to the University -I
barricades with the common people! nroceedings to Mayor :\ single university. we would build exquisite : :-i -__ I
as the! will not only become "the city beau-1 32- ;
Mr.E t and its fight will be made for the bet I tiful" but will also be noted for its j and to establish the lawful claims of I little school houses in the i, durlns eighteen received years by I I have a cousin in Roekingham Co. ,-, ,
Il terment of those at the bottom. I : William Randolph Hearst. I country districts and furnish them '' 324,322. The present was who once had a kin dibeat from her 4
Rev.EJyears ----- -- -- trade and commerce and business.en- : __ ____ II I I with all the modern rudimentary ap-i,'I'I[Acting President Harry Pratt Judsonin I birth until she WM six yean of jte.
f !1 terprise. a letter from John D. Rockefeller, Her father bad spent a fortune on Iwttogetbercuredand
and the
FRIDAY JANUARY 11 1907 pliances, thereby enlarge
Boston is all stirred again by
I up mwof the .
onferiInportI The mayor touches upon all things It was
for his
i. scope of the country boy: and the !I[jr., speaking
.. the rigid enforcement of the Connec- did her any good Old Dr G-
--- -- --- of and
pressing importance promisesto of
ticut "blue laws." It will soon be so country girl, to whom we must at i given unconditionally and is one suggested that he try the ('uttcura Remedies
she1 ; Tampa is to have a new theatre go more thoroughly into details of j last largely look for the preservation the three ,largest donations that the which he didl..n tie coov-

The\1, :r. building. .. the city's finances and franchises as ,that itill be impossible to get a and perpetuation of our institutions.As I founder of the university has made menced to use it the child wu almost in a

'eUo if f flulte he shall become better informed on1 hot dinner on Sunday in the capital since his initial subscription of $234.- solid scab He had utxi it about two
Gainesville has started a dimes sav these subjects.The city of Massachusetts. literature is now so cheap, in-j months anJ the child na well I...
i ing bank. stead of building libraries, as Mr. i it 000 in January, Ss9. He gave the university there when they coouiteoved to uee your

oIntironw r message is a dignified and abU['I j The Leesburg Commercial says tha. Carnegie is doing, we would builll"tomes' 1 $3,000OoO in November 1S3.-' Cuticura Refuedies I stayed that w wk
document and puts him in line for the Ii and then returned home and two -
19"4.A stayed
I' There are 11,753 autos in the city of : :it is authorized to announce that Set for the indigent and aged, and $3,215,000 in December,
negr r gubernatorial nomination if it be true weeks and then went bark utd .taved
New York. ![at orallon.. will be a candidate t o I and hospitals and infirmaries for ths road that the voters of the state, Cincin-I Clay county merchant puts it thi s with them two longer and waea
(succeed himself as a United State: sick and afflicted. I went home I could hardly believe the
I:Oyeears New Yorkcity's help cost last natus-like, are looking about for solid I way: "Early to bed, early to rise,
year !'senator from Florida. This announce* But because elsee was the same child Her skin wu a*
and substantial executive timber. we or some one like Helen Blazes Advertise."
work ,
i ithout
$69,000,000. i'meat in all probability will make: th soft as a baby'd a scar OR it. 1
gent For and on behalf of the citizens oi' I would persue a different policy alon; have not seen her in wventeen yean but

umb or Los Angeles, CaLls suffering froma Ocala we thank Mayor Izlar for his i !|seatoria bee get busy. J philanthropic lines in no way discredits : We have missed the Live Oak Xew:S IhaveheardfmmberandtheIttimef

terrible fuel famine. ,I .. --- colossal munifinance of thosE for two weeks. Has it kicked out c I heard from her she wad well That U
red .E splendid message.Mr. {I The Ohio river is higher than i t where I became acquainted with Cuticura.
great Americans-they are distributing the traces-Lake City Index. Ditt!:
part ----- !has been since 1SS4. The lowland:ij I hope this may be of nme service .
tthvri \ The death list of the Terra Cotta Cromwell Gibbons is still in i I l'} their riches along lines market]I here. to in the future. Mrs W. P.
:are flooded and farmers have beei you
Treck reached a total sixty. I Cuba but it is not stated that his visit i ,out by: themselves as they believe will I Ingle, Burlington, X C June Id, 1906."
r [forced to flee from their homes to escape -
-------- i there has any connection with the t j I promote the best interests of our coun- If you "turned a wheel" for I.ak''? U
t cn
'I drowning. Great damage ha;
ieMi] The Tampa: Herald is going to printa political unrest that is now disturbingthat : !try, and are entitled to all credit. I City in 1906 make it two for 19<>7.-
(been done to stock and crops and th<
ganlturn. comic supplement every Saturday. unhappy island. The Chicago Tribune has compiledthe II Lake City Index. Let this be the watch WORLD'S EMOLLIENTIs
j i railroads have also suffered considerable I]
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benelicaries for
1906 as expressedin word for Ocala also for 1907.
Punta Gorda had fresh grown water- damage. Cuticura Ointment.i
.th htb The Augustine Record says that i gifts and bequests in sums amount-. --
: melons on Christmas' day. in no case was any damage done to i I --- ---- ding to over $1,000, which have been If you think the state press is ii For rashes, eczema.itchings, irritations
i Bristol, Tenii., celebrates the NewiYear
and -
the orange trees in that section by made public and they aggregate $106SSC63. ,., I the pay of corporations, you are no t culing4 < iuppings, for red' ,
ath. by insisting that the town r rough,and for
The Christmas holidays brought a [ cow I greasy conpl xion.s, sore,
the recent cold and where the reading the papers now-a-days. The
snap, ] .
Mr.rsa. itching, burning ftvt.for
new visitor to the south-the train ,must go. Thus the blight of civilization baby
groves were fired the fruit was unin- rural This total does not include: cant ibuI -. are knocking the bad service fron rashes, itching and rhanngH. ami for aI
: spreads over communities
tea robber jured. The people living further south : I tioas to charity in the general sense, Dan: to Beersheba. and doing theii r the purposes of the toilet bath and
-Atlanta Journal. But Ocala sticks;
I Cuticura Ointment
---- --- nursery aaastej
where the cold seems to have ,church collections best to get things in better shape.- ,
ke An editor ought n i\er to put him- ,to the cow having the privilege of the, or minor subscrip-- by Cuticura JSoap k invaluable.Complete .

.e h self in a position to explain or apolo- been worse, can not understand it. ,,streets and the flower gardens. .I tions, lint only such donations and I;Lake City Index. Eztetmal Awl, UuniAl Tnalowal fcr b.,
Humor of Ifea
CklMna. Mtili
cuss of C6cwe
; de gize. j bequests as have been published in J>o&p (iUc I to Cl.....ih* !MiB. CMkim OlBto...
It is said that "a friend in need is I ----- -- I The Apalachicola Times suggests (Me.)to Hul thl.km,end Cwtmmrt*...:*..m.ft* da
. !! -- ---- The New City Council. the daily papers.As llwfarmulChnrolM. r.It'd PU.,Jfc.per ttal .!MI: .
In the for ,a friend indeed." Mr. Parrott has !that if Mr. Rockefeller will try the Purify fe BiowO. !I u4 Ur>....huut ta. wun& ,....
fight in the
a subtreasury
(I t1 : compared with former years, IJr1IoIf S CIM.. Csrp..".1.. I'Nps. MOIIUL...
11 south Birmingham won. The Georgia shown that he is entitled to be so re i The new city council held its first: the record stands thus: 1301 tthe record -I I Apalachicola oyster he will have themif 1 :-.)1aiW r-."LII Lbuu4 tIIo: ftil oIlr&4lo.'

1:2to delegation bolted the caucus. garded. On account of the distressing :(meeting Tuesday night in the city 'Iall.i ,. I breaking year), $1112,888,722: ; 19t>2. '' they do come high. But good as, ,

-- -- .. freight conditions Jacksonville found i After winding up the business of'I*7-,.".9-,167.; 1903, 76,034078; 1904, they are they are not quite so fine as In hu u>t'>gagf to the "'!fblature ".
Cortleyou has retired from the herself of coal and threatened I I the Homosassa brand, to which we
out was -
ITI j the old year the old council adjoitru :$46,29d,9SO, and 1905, 104.5S6.422. The of New York Governor Hu hM recommends -
chairmanship of the republican national total darkness. Par- i testify by the barrel sent us by
be in Mr.
I to lean
sine die and the new members were donations for 1906 amounted to $01- i re-cotmtiaf of the rute for
committee. rott to the and saved the ii i the Williams Fish company;: ; and for
came rescue (
wahi 'sworn in by Mayor Izlar. I.179,693, and the bequests to $tj, QS- mayor of New York city when Heard

-: The south is a.Jterasub-treasury..--- I city from this calamity by placing 50 Mr. John D. Robertson was elected 970. the Total was distributed as follows -!''bit I|fish, Apalachicola is not in it a little was a candidate .,tlMt Mrfkllaa.The .

1 tons of coal at the disposal of its of- .I president and Mr. T. Owen president either for size or flavor, to which ------
no Atlanta Savannah, Macon, Binning- : To educational institutions,
I ficials. In addition thereto as a New > of the council. we can also testify by some most de- Tallahassee im AM n<)( throwaway
tern new
beUcI -Birmingham won. pro $;.12,492,636: : ; to charities, $19,337,615;
Year boon to the employees and at- ; Mayor Izlar then read his message to religious organizations, $: ,t13,1T3; /jlicious and mammoth ones sent us by its vinegar bottle and gal! hIa4.'
; : taches of his road he increased their : the Williams Fish company. der on Sew Year's Day. Why rht'e 1
Mrs. Mary Graham, of Jersey City, which will be found in full to museums:; art galteries and public I

o, N. J., lived to be 97 years old and wages 7 per cent. Mr. Parrott is determined -: these columns. improvements, $16,849,700, and to libraries I I "Let us all unite to Keep Tallahassee newspaper aceeesoriew Rotur ,....4
never rode on a car. that the Florida East Coast I them go the way of the "polltlral IWP--
$1,704,617. I dry at any cost. The legislature "
111e railway shall be an exception to the A Fifty Story Building. per box. 4
As uual Andrew Carnegie is the will "meet there in a few months, _ _
Governor Broward did not eat bis saying that "corporations have no I -
most conspicuous figure in this dis I and it should be
: a matter of solid-
When in New York last we
New Year's dinner in the new executive souls.: we were The President ia all
'tribution. His donations amount to stIrred up over
mansion. were amazed at the construction of a I rude over the state to save our solons
-- 11,091,000!! which is $SS81,7CO less :i! from temptation and give them the BrowncrUle afair and frequent affairs
reS an
building. which was to be forty-one
I: is reported that an importantclue
-- -
since that on* to which the
than those of 1905; ($19,933,700); He negro
The Seaboard Air Line railway has in the investigation now goingon stories high. The was the Singer !environment that will encourage clear soldtahas behaved
badly Ho
P1 purc-hastd the :Macon, Dublin H Savannah I Sewing :Machine company's buildingon I nas provide buildings for seventeen i heads in the important work of repealing -
Brownsville General
by -
set at I he bas made hia.
to send at
at cast of
libraries a $73,000, as I
old laws and
road. making new
Purdy has been discovered.It : lower Broadway. Now we are told I'
I compared with fifteen libraries at a of the negro tranpa to the Phinpines. >
ones. And this such a sensible
is said that Lee Reeves a : that plans have been made for a fifty .
gro St. Augustine is getting out a new cost of $::5: ,OOI) last year, and has !paper as the Live Oak Democrat ?'
negro soldier, has revealed the names story building above :Madison Square.
city directory and expects it to show given $1,168,000' to forty-four small
our law-makers are such a weak lot
It will be two stories below the
of two men missing from his company The cold bit
us a uttk
0'ut : wecouldn't
many new names and business enter- ;ground and forty-eight above and will colleges, as compared with $2,755,70"to as:: to be in need of guardians, it wouldbe rap
b at the time the sound of arms duck it. but don't let
prises. 144 colleges la t His giftsof say
year. better to take that method of
was given at Fort Brown, immediatelyafter I tower 690 feet in the air. A giant !I one turn fool and ........ WP bare
-- -- -- -- -- organ' to churches, as reported, are
protecting them.-Lake City Index.
Mrs. Scott Hartje claims to the "shoot up" at Brownsville :clock in the structure will be visiblefor been knocked for
wcc Mary oat It it not M,
wtih ; in
$10,925. as compared $11S25
Appoint a chaplain for each member
have paid out $30,000 for the employ- It is believed that Reeves' testimonywill I miles. Six express elevators will 1906.! I' though we MM* adnrit we are MM -

..ne ment of detectives in her recent di"orsl' lead to the arrest and probable I be installed in the tower four of --- quite rvfrdjr tor MOt_ bout wtt'Al
Rockefeller Stands Second.
: which will terminate at the fortieth Wants Jennings For West FloridaIf -1"
troubles. conviction soldier who Jack
every negro Frot.
\ -M*..i Metropolis.LDhtEId *
John D. Rockefeller falls behind in
participated in the murders at Browns- story and the other two at the forty- there is any significance in the
:t Maj. Gen. J. Franklin Bell, who hasbeen Hie. I second. Xo wood work will be used the race with Carnegie, his contributions announcement of the Lake City Index Stauw--- ---- -- S'-Mtor-- (. raa.

S in command of the army of __, --- I in the construction nor finish of the amounting to only $7OS5,000, as that J. Ed. O'Brien will be a candidate has cofliiitloaalir aewepted' the prwlencjr *-

3. pacification in Cuba, has returned to The Courier-Journai Louisville j! building. It will occupy the site of I I compared with $11,620,000 in 1905. for governor in the next primary ot the Aatt. aluon LMHM aa4

Wasl\ ngtOn. I Ky., takes the same position in' regard j i ito Dr. Parkhurst's old church and Napoleon These contributions have been as it is that faction in state poll- bas pledged hinuelf to work for tnt

0 the discharge of the three compan'l LeBrun & Son are the architects.The follows: tics of which Mr. Appleyard is an exponent externiaatiua 0( aaknaw In Tustsee.

r Big arragements are being made for i ies of the 25th V. S. Infantry University of Chicago . .S4.S90.000Young : I realizes that west Florida is He eMicu to ..... a v'-'

et1i the Ponce de Leon celebration. Efforts -paper does. It says that if the members Good Work Goes On. Men's Christian Association I going to dictate the nomination of the I fight aad, morally Bfiahlnji to ...

are being made to make it mem- of this troop had been white!I I | . . 645,000 next governor and that for some tl tate oa nrw.

" orable in the city's annals. men instead of negroes the incident ;I i The Miami correspondent of the I Juveni> Reformatory in reason they have found that T. A. Jennings I!I _

Times-Union that it is said New York . . 1,000.000 The q
------ ---- would have pas3ed unnoticed. Indeed i says is not acceptable The most of I I St. Au wtte Riflw bau. bHe

The disbandment of the negro troops it sass that Senator Foraker admits :I that since Mr. Henry M. Flagler madea School of Applied Design for those more interested in a good man I i ai liwid d by order of GoY......* Bruw

continues to be discussed in the sen that 352; :: men of the regular army had l! personal inspection of the work of Women . . . 25,000 for the position and whose nomination -t ard for failure to !keep .p KM* MT... i
Foraker thinks he his
br ate. sees way been discharged without honor with- the extension and in consultationwith Children's Hospital in Jsew might be secured without the.'wry MM tord of .fkiMcy. Thc ''''-

to the presidency by that route. in two years previous to the discharge j Mr. Parrott. it has been deter- York .. . . 123,000 bitterness of three years ago Mr. Jennings -I I i I Ii omm aduio far te dt..wa-lrm-n- of

The St. Augustine Taller has again of the negro companies, but being j mined to erect comfortable cottagesfor Foreign Missions . 275,000 seemed to fill the bill very ,the coepMT WM .Me b)' A4J (na.

made its appearance for the winter. I white soldiers the country was not the ranking employees and their Richmond (Va. Univer- well indeed, but then it should be I;Foster who 1 Is Her.iBe4:!, to num!,UB r

This year it will be more elaborate j;wrought up to a white heat over it but larailies. Many of the men employed sity . . .'. 25,000 II remembered that he has never so far I:the military etleiewY sad IIiM-iIIlu!1 ,>> f

11 and artistic than ever. in the case of the negro soldiers For- have families, and it h as been a I I Church . eo eo 40,000 I IIcIaster's as we have been able to learn eves ..1 I daring hia term uf o*e.. ( :

0p _. i:aker an-l a few other unscrupulous t source great inconvenience to themto :\ College . 60,000Dr. .r.ated that he would be a candidate. -" L=__ = ___n_ .r.....
The Hudson & :Manhattan railroad politicians of his type saw in it an op- ': be separated from them. These I D. K. Pearson's "liver" has not .-DeFuniak Breeze. I H. Jrfr.MIN. .

company mortgaged to the Standard ;portunity to ferment strife and bad cottages will be built at points where been as actively employed as in past :ii It ill eatiiMtwl ton about -\\ tfao.*

Trust on New Year's day its property 1 feeling and made the most of it. ,' there is a large amount of work to I i years. He has given $145,000 to the I Broward and Drainage. i i ad yottag eolond dflasss "a it!I 11

amounting to $100.000,000.! ; -- -- -- be done. The cottages will be made i,following small colleges: Guliford, The Fernandina Sar has the foljlowing ter UM .eat year to warn. the 't'; ..

Our Authority. J large enough to accommodate the I I$ OOOO: Yanktcn, $30,000; U. S. Grant. I to say of the drainage investigations 'alLy of JoMpk BeaMv formk.' 4S a

Mr. John D. Rockefeller has made The area of Florida:! is greater than families and will be very comforta- $500; McKendree, $10,000 and : I front name.-Loutorlll* CuurUr |".i/-

a another gift to the University: of Chi ,the combined areas of Connecticut bJt. '. his will be very pleasing newsto !$5,000 to charity. j Xow, after the people of the state 'n&l.

cago. The amount: was the magnificent -Delaware, District of Columbia. Massachusetts : the engineers superintendents, I A new philanthropist Mrs. Rnsscll have disposed of the half cooked I. -- -- -
sum of three million dollars. New Hampshire New Jersey -( foren.HTi and their families." ;sage:-: appears. _Her_ guts.., tans. rar- are i I drainage proposition with an overwhelming Why tfee Differs ae?

I Rhode Island Vermont, :Marylandand l!small amounting to $52,200 for schools negative, It is being !got at "* w eosjtaammrarieti qt."''''
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Conductor C. C. Stewart, of tv* I the embriyo sTate of Porto. Rico. Mayor McConathy Commended. ;$16,000 to the church and $1,000 to i;iiu i "safe and sane" way by the na. Cokoa a* aaylnf:

C. L. railway, fell dead on his -train ;It is the largest state east of the Mississippi Mayor McConathy, of Ocala. vetoes j ji charity but it is estimated that she jtioual; government, in accordance with !I "To be ohUfMi to bat one ..Uiiyaappfneas !

Friday night while ea route from Savannah river, except Georgia. Now, telephone franchise: because no com i will make some large donations in I'the bill introduced in congress by from others bfip *k .

to Jacksonulle. :what do you think of that.-Tampa_ i pensation to the city is provided for. I 1907. I Hon. Frank Clark providing for a JDOr't ......U.... vert, than tll tw

The Palatka News, one of the most I Tribune.Ve have been called downon Correct. Xo community should grant The donations and bequests' during survey of- the Everglades. A drafnaeI I('bilged to .beg oa 't dally bred

moderate journals on our exchange" our geography but it occurs to us : any franchise for any business proposition '1906 amounted to $1,000,000 and upward ,expert has been two weeks la thf'l. AM yet there are eomtleu nirt

C list and most cautious in its utter that Florida is even larger than Geor- [ that does not pay the pub- were as follows: state investigating the Everglades and j : wm Iaug hatefaliy around a

. ances, is battling with a $10,000 libel gia.-Ocala Banner. ; lic for it-cash down. if the project Year's Great Charities.San I has gone back to Washington to prepare ;tar but wo ld .cor* ta apply at theu

.tr ease Cram's Atlas of 1901 gives the area i il to be immediately profitable-or a Francisco relief fund,.U5.f100OOO his report on the practicability for a "'*1.-1AMda"1II -tmr.

ot Georgia as 59,475 square miles; that future payment whenever it does become Charles T. Yerkes. by will of making a survey. What that report ]ter-Jouraal.

of Florida as 5S,6S0, making Georgia'! St. found Yerke's hospital will be
The question now is. will Foraker profitable.- Petersburg to cannot be forecasted. !:

get the republican nomination by his the larger state by a slender majority j Times. . . . 9,000,00ft But this is a beginning at the beginning -', A 8>a Romping' CaUh

recent "fury" over the discharge of of 795 square miles. Not much, its j Right you are, Bro. Straub Xo val-Marshall Field, by will to and if followed up in the frame -

the battallions! true, but she beats us.Ve solace our- i lable franchise should ever be grantd -/ Field Museum 8,000,000 way will result in some practical The large eaten of pompasi
negro I
( selves with the conviction that size;,? a corporation without a reasonable Andrew Carnegie, tc Carnegie knowledge which Is a good deal betI troug.t ia tw saaos by Dr C'
t. I boat
In a speech on New Years's day doesn't mean anything. A fellow | compensation in return. Too often School . . 7,000.000P. ter to base conclusions on that assumptions a*, at aa, Ok u., au f p

in reply to Judge W. A. MacWililams, weighing 1S2 pounds threw a big Turk j j.creat inducements are offered to I A. B. Widener, gift to and theories. I"Wy tae Itrga( een ta the hJto1

representing the labor organization weighing 320/ pounds in this city Friday franchise-seeking corporations, who, found Home for Crippled In view of the fact that the Washington (IJt the p Qrt. Wat broNbt up Lri.ta1

Mr. Henry M. Flagler among other night. Florida has the grit and !I)nce installed in power, become doinneering Children ,. . 8.000.000 expert has decided that drainage I[light br the "Uk Puehoet&1>> of

I :.Igs said: "I have never changed a mighty good subsoil of clay and !i.' insolent, and careless of the :David Rankin, St. Louis Is possible it would seem that the 1 the Atl&nUe Gulf Coatt hsh "t"

In my feelings of affection for StAugustine marl to boot.-Tampa Tribune. \ wishes of the people whom it is their Ii gift to Industrial School, 2,000,000/ governor was right in the assertionshe I l any and Wt'-I"e pae aM &bpp4j W ,

and have made provisionthat Appleton's American Cyclopedia [,'lsnPf.S to serve. Let the corpora- .John D. Rockefeller, giftsto made during the recent campaign Hl-tt'd ot 7 ptaq@ltI..aofntt

when my life ends my body shall I gives Georgia, 53,000 square miles ;h!:Ion* pay for what they get.-Estero University of Chicago 1,500,000 ; along this particular line.-Pensacoa! t I1&rthe-ra m.rk.... The catch t"YG- 1

.remain here." t even; Florida 59.26S. i I!.American Eagle. Marianne Brinner, Boston. JournaL I hated bh.-fIaDU of 7,0W MKropoJU.Dt &imth* of. t..... bo1r ,


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-I o+ee roe *oooooo0 (your earnest and strenuous attention. !I have already said, to be-begun and before the council. I do not remem- ''enables me to make up a statement "
f i Drainage and Sewerage ;,continued in a regular systematic ber to have seen whether the ordi- which I could lay before,you as even
r I J Another subject which has been,, I way, as laid out and ordered by the nance became a law or not. I pre- approaching an absolutely correct
if land is now, engaging the attention of ,street commissioner. The scavenger |,sume from the fact that I have seen showing'of the financial affairs of the ;
Most people know that if they have (f i jour citizens: is the question of drain. i wagons and cart should be kept constantly i i no work being done to carry the city. It will neither be safe as a basis .
been sick they need Scott's Emulsion eO [age. or sewerage. This is of vital I at work either carting away .provisions of the ordinance into effect of action, or fair for me to make
importance and cannot receive too i the filth and debris from the streets, ,that it must have failed in its passage.If ,statements and base recommendations -
to bring back health and strength. I i careful and thorough consideration at ,I'or when that is done, then to be used so I recommend that it betaken |upon these most important auctionsjurtil <
:I your hands. I am informed that i!jin hauling material for the building j up and passed. I think it I I am prepared to do w with at
:J But the strongest point about Scott's : some experiments and investigationshave land. repairing of the streets and sidewalks i[a., good measure and would ''least a high degree of -enainrr: as
Emulsion is that don't have to be been and are still going on for ,j of the city. I feel sure that if i ii (i prove beneficial to the city in several j to their correctness and reliabi'ityF n
you eC& i the information of your body, and I i this is done and the work well looked :|I respects which will readily suggest | shall continue ray mvettigau..m
4I sick to get results from it. a) (!earnestly suggest that the matter be (after by those in charge of the several '''I themselves to the members of the city ,with the hope that at an early da:** I j

.: thoroughly, systematically and scientifically I departments, we will soon see a ;' council, and the expense of carrying ,nay Jbe enabled to submit a saii&far- |
3i It keeps up the athlete's strength, puts fat !; pursued without abatement I vast improvement in the condition of ;,,ant the provisions will be inconsiderable. ;story report of these matters with such I
on thin people, makes a fretful baby happy, until some practical and most efficient j lour streets and they will cease to be II |I I j recommendations as I may deem advisabJt -
(p Astern be determined upon and put j grazing grounds for cattle and hogs. i\I Financial Affairs. \ to your honorable body In .
4) brings color to a pale girl's cheeks, and pre0 I I into op 'ration. I a minformed that !Our yards and flower gardens will no i We approach a subject now, gentlemen .!the meantime I would suggest that .
vents coughs, colds and consumption. + un-ierneath the city at what depth .longer depredated upon by these''I of the deepest interest to.|I Ii city council by committee or otherwise
I1' lo not know, there is a running I i trespassing beasts. every citizen of the city and especially make investigations along these
,?) Food in concentrated form for sick and 0 stream of water of consederable vol.ume I How the City Can Be Kept Clean and I of the taxpayers. |! lines, as too much consideration cani
and force. If this be true then Made Beautiful. ,, since notified, officially, of my elec- i jnot i be given to the financial affairs *
:.Ct well, young and old, rich and poor. 0 i jit seems to me that by a series of The mayor is expected to see that I tii.n to the office of mayor, I have':of the city in order that the taxpay-
V 4 : .r; { wells sunk until this stream is reached the laws and ordinances of the city I Oren engaged whenever opportunity ;;i ers may be protected, and that they
,) And it contains no drugs and no alcohoL : and sewer pipes run as may be are enforced, and he will do his best, presented itself, in making investigations -;,:get \alue received for the money they J
!needed into these wells, that a safe, but to succeed he must be suppliedwith and getting up data from which ;i'!pay into the city treasury. I think we 1
g ALL DRUGGISTS ; 50c. AND $1.00. 8 i"sanitary and efficient system of drainage the necessary force and implements .I hoped to be able to present you a 'should,, hear less complaint of high u
!, is kindly provided for us by na- I to carry on the work, and it is I I clear, plain and easily understood |city taxation if our citizens are madeto ,
66 6000000 oo oo j ture Of course if this stream exists, I for you gentlemen, to hold up his I statement of the receipts and expen- see that they get full value and 1 J
-- -- -- :'some means should be adopted to as- I hands. You alone can supply these, ures of the various departments of (!the best results possible for the .
certain where it empties its waters, and he hopes and expects to receive the municipal government=showingthe i: taxes they pay. They are entitled 4 4I
MAYOR IZLAR'S I tial in all cas-. The lai i> for all !as it might neither be wise, kind or I your co-operation. ,'. amount of money received into I to that, and it should be our aim to
w4 alikf, and all mu -t obe it. or else I safe to throw the sewerage of the I On this same subject I further sug- i!the treasury, and from what source I I I,fulfil their expectations of us as pub- r.
they shoulder! the responsibility vol- city into it if by so doing it would gest and recommend, that when the !|!received-the amount paid out in each I|,lic servants. .
FIRST MESSflGE.f untarily. and should therefore acceptthe greatly injure others, else the last summer is well on and the weeds and :>department and for what purpose. I i I may add in passing that is does
consequences which legitimatelyfollow state be worse than the first. grass have encumbered our streets, i have tried to find out what propertyis appear that the police department has
with the best grace possible.n If it be found that no such stream owned by the city and its estimated f
To tie Honorable City Council, of sidewalks and vacant lots, that the i ii [no1 only paid expenses, but has a surplus : '
Ocala, Florida.iHitlemen I such cases if anathemas are to be exists, or if existing it cannot be safe- city provide itself with a good one- j value. To ascertain whether the elec- of $1765.00 to its credit at the 'l
( : Upon assuming the of- pronounced, let them pile them upon ly utilized, then some other system i horse mowing machine and mow the II j tric paint is, or is not, paying expenses end of December 1906. 1 f
their own heads and not upon me. should be devised that will prove satisfactory weeds and grass at least twice during ;jI producing a profit, or a loss to the A Word About Our Water Contract.
flee of mayor o! the city, it is proper, In my advisory capacity there area and safe. The system-if I I the season. I say one-horse mowing ;,city. To ascertain what water privileges i: In such investigations as I have been : j i
and I believe the custom that I laybefore number of matters to which I such it may be called-now in use in I machine advisedly, because a good, the city is entitled to under its I able to make into the financial at. i
you the line of public policy :I wish to call! the attention of your honorable the city, should be carefully and scientifically -I mule will be sufficient to do the work i(water contract with the Water Works I fairs I was surprised to find that the 1 '
bkh I shall pusue, as well a.* sug- ;: body. In my opinion some of I examined into and tested in !and will be able to get at the weeds I!J people and see if the people are getting ,city paid out last year. and for some .
for consideration 'them at least, most deeply concern !order to determine to what if i all that is them '
gent lour any mat. I :, extent i in nooks and corners where the twohorse J coming to un- years past, over $1,000 for water priv- J
left which I deem for the interest of !the future growth, progress and prosperity !any, the drinking water of the city is i machine could not be very well !der that contract and if not, why not. 1 ileges. It seems to me that this sum
1M ciiy-for the advancement of its of our city. contaminated thereby. Surely science' J worked. I am aware that there is I'I i But while the courteous clerk of council is largely in excess of the real value *
Material and moral progress and prosperity Ocala's Excellent Natural Advantages. I which has acocmplished so much in I'I an ordinance that requires the property I i has made up for me a summary of the water used by the city even i j
-whir h I need hardly assure i Ocala geasraphically, is environed jour day, is equal to the solution of so owners to clear the sidewalks I statement from the books and explained taking the rates charged to individual! 1 J
you I have very much at heart. !;with natural advantages which if uti- ,![simple a problem as this appears to I and lots of their respective premises, all matters as far as he could do as a basis. Naturally I was led to .;
14/: At you know I am comparative! a lized, will place her on the forefront I jibe uninitiated, to be. The tests made :i but it also provides that if they do i, so. still I am sorry to say thatwith I examine the contract ordinance of
stranger in your midst, having been I of most, if not all of the interior'in the city some months ago. to my ,not do so, the city will do it at their among you not quite four years and !cities of Florida. Situated near the I'mind are not only superficial and un- i expense. Now, where labor is scarce, ,mat were kindly given me by all upon I and while not now intending to an- J
". never dreaming that the mayors of- |center of the state and peninsular, [,satisfactory, but were not, even of the and those who can use the grass :whom I called, my investigations have t
_1; $ee iMdd! to tmdired and cnurr HJ ':;I upon an elevation above the sea l level I kind, sufficiently extended. Let the ;ifew, is is not possible for owners to not supplied me with the data which I (Continued on page twt'v.iTi ,
upon tu*', I devoted my time almost ex- ,as great as any 'h an most 'tests be continued, always keepingin ihave the work done, and even those -- -- !
ct *ix-ly to my profession in cry. effort I,of the inland! towns of the state. with mind! the facts that the earth is I who can secure the labor find the
to build up a business in about I large and prosperous phosphate turpentine ,the best purifier known, and that in I work poorly done. If the owner: in\l !E11I
tise only field I have been trained to ( and. lumber industries, with :all cases water runs down hill and will ;must pay for it, in any event, why not y ACK0Y i
Minot and continently have rot 'n- fertile soil and a climate which enables ,,seek its level. i the city do it for them and collect :
.vOftlod to conform myself to then our farmers to produce success- I Street and Lot Improvement. i I the pay? It will be economy for them i: FURNITURE DEALERSWE
MM<<.mrnt. or conducting of 'he fully many valuable agricultural pro 1! In calling your attention to this ;,in the end, for the city with a mower -'
Municipal affairs of our city. Still! Itare ucts, an endless variety of choice a
.subject, I do not by any means intend I I will do more cutting in one day than I CARRY EVERYTHING IN THE LINE OF !
eyes, and I see. Ears and I vegetables and citrus fruits, we must :that other sanitary measures shouldbe [the best grass_ blade cutter can do in j i
t .hoar, and naturally I see and hoar a upon reflection acknowledge that Nature ,' overlooked. By all means let care- .a week, and in addition to that it I House Furnishings Parlor Suits
': >great many things which have has dealt with an exceedingly ful attention be the will all be done and the will
given to keeping soon city j Rugs, Art Squares and Mattings In Leather, Upholstered and Reed
:} HOC been doie, and which in my hum- generous hand towards this locality. !city clean. Garbage, filth, trash and :present an appearance everywhere at !
t.r bk" Judgm p&t would add much to the! In addition to all of this, we have i,debris of all kinds should be removed !\once, that will be attractive and pleasj j Bed Room Suits Dining Room Suits

:- advancement and prosperity of our (II two of the most beautiful and inviting from all parts of the city. From the I ing to the eye and a deilght to ped-i, In Mahogony Birch, Birdseye of all kinds-Mohogany and Oak.
x, city, i* well as add to its attractive- bodies of water to be found I
anywherein (streets from all premises, from all '! est rains. If this be done, you will be I Ii and Oak.
1', dew and desirability as a place for ( all the world-Lake Weir and Sil- I vacant lots. Let the sanitary com- i j surprised that it was not done long i ii ] Maple China and Crockery
a home and for the investment of v< r Springs-almost at our doors. The Imissien I see to it that this is promptly i, before. Let not a vacant lot, street j Mission Furniture Complete line-Dinner Sets and
Ofti>itl and opening up of manufacturing i,latter calls loudly to us to utilize the : j
: i[done, and if neglected, that all delin- or sidewalk where grow escape In all the different finishes Odd Pieces
and other industrial enter- ,i means which it offers to i wild thecommercial i
up Iquents be reported in order that proper ,i and if necessary levy the ex-
'"" ( interests of tae city and : measures may be taken to enforce :penses on the owner. You have no
Powers and Duty of the Mayor. community.The i the ordinance in that regard. Too (!'idea how quickly it can be done with All Kinds of Bed and Table Linens, Lace Curtains, Portiers
Since my election to the uiayorality Question of Transportation.This ;i I much importance cannot be given to j ia good mule and machine with a competent i and Upholstering Goods
I have endeavored to inform myself brings me to the question of I: keeping the city clean) neat and attractive :; and industrious driver, nor ,
tiO *What as to the powers and due transportation. It is unnecessarythat { both from a sanitary viewpoint I what a difference it will make in the Heaters, Rang.es Cook StovesFull
ties uf the office, and find that my I enlarge upon it. The city and well in ourselves of city. But some I
as as pride ,[ appearance our Line of Up-to-date Pictures, framed and unframed, and Pic-
" 11t.t.$ are executive, judicial and community are well acquainted with I and the pleasure, satisfaction and delight I i will say that when the weeds are cut ture Mouldings. Full stock of
I advisory. In my executive capacity the situation-with the oppressive and of the strangers within our : they must also be carted away. I say
it is expected of me to enforce such discriminating freight rates and miserable I and I I II Farm and Wagons Buggies Harness and Saddles
. |gates To this end earnestly suggest it is not at all necessary, speak Turpentine ,
,-. laws and ordinances as I may find service we are now having with !! that every possible effort be I from experience. If the work is done I
. to now oMaln. or may hereafter be the railroads, which as matters standare made to build and keep in good repairour i before the weeds are too rank and j Exclusive sale of the best wagon on earth-the Studebaker.And .
} A. narir tJ l, for thego'ernment of the }I our only dependance. I am thor- i carry the very best line of High Grade Buggies and Carriages.
" streets and sidewalks. Nothing ,[large, the sun in a few days will reduce -'
; .\ Ity. It i. scarcely necessary for nu oughly convinced that the needed relief I
I adds more to the beauty and attractiveness them to powder sticks, and
fIr to say, gentlemen, that having in my is within our grasp, if we but jt of any city than good, well 'lout the least harm resulting With-I' Brick Lime, Cement, Plaster, Paints
oath of qualification solemnly promised I have the- will to reach out and take :I kept streets and sidewalks. It is I IIt was done for years in the town of i BuildingMaterial Hair, Lath Shingles, and
to do that to the best of my ability hold of it. By a determined and unit- I strong; evidence of the thrift as well :JBlackville, S. C., where I came from, I Flintkote Roofing,
1'r that I shall faithfully observe my ed effort a company can be organized jas I the pride of the citizens in their [and the mortuary report of that little i I Oils I '
cvath. The statue of justice is represented which can acquire and line of White Lead, Varnishes, Etc.
run a ;city, and to strangers coming amongst town was less per thousand, than any
as blindfolded, holding the ,river steamers from Silver Springs out |jus it is a strong incentive to invest- "place in the state. Three years my I Wall Paper. Alabastine and Magnite Wall Paints.
scales! in trembling band. This does into the sea if necessary,_ and the'[i,ment in the homes and industrial en- '.I family lived on Carolina Heights at I 'Call and give us a rial. 8@?We will not be undersold and will please you
not mean that justice:: is blind to justice same company can build a trolly line!'terprises of various kinds. i iI (:the head of Qcklawana avenue, and !
but blind to everythinb but justice to Ocala from the Springs, .and con !,I I I therefore recommend, that undere i I II each year 1 had the weeds mowed I Mover & Mackay.Biggest .
in the given case, and in attemptIng tinue it on to Lake Weir if desired.I I,, ..- direction of a practical street commissioner '. down all around my premises twice a : .

to execute the laws and ordinaacvs am satisfied that this scheme is I i this work be undertaken'and ;;:year, and we had no fever that could I .............
of the city I shall endeavor to ,practicable and with proper, well directed I pursued in a regular systematic I'possibly' have resulted from that, on1! '. .O...... ..
i-ae nothing but the right in every in- j effort capitalists can be found ) i' I. .
,way Do not try to work in a slip- ,,.the place. You know our good doctors -
Nance, and will follow this as I see i i itt. who will readily undertake it, for the i([.shop way all over the city at once, tell us that the theory of inhaling; i
ud understand it, to the letter. I;simple reason that it will pay. The have little here and little in malaria is
''and a done a or drinking now exploded : Yalll i
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I ex-eutive !U. S. government can, and doubtless j;[there which gives the streets the ap- -it is now administered to us1 ,! :i in SflhilsBROWN'S I Io
, I will do _its part by appropriating !pearance of a patch-work quilt, but ::hyperdermically by the pestiferous,
:.r i i., an many instances essential. It I funds to clean out and do whatever !j begin at the public square, and have mosquitoes. We need not produce mos ,
4 I' well nigh impossible for me to en-I dredging may be needed in Ocklawaha ''I.the streets around it either paved I qui toes. The ova may be depositri:: in : I .
r41 force home of the laws and ordinances'now i' and Silver Springs run. In my i!'with some substantial material, and water-not in dew or rain drops
in force in the city unless you :,opinion once such an enterprise becomes |the sidewalks all made with some ,;-and the hatching and developing I NEW ARRIVALS !! i iG
j come to my assistance by supplying ii1 i an established fact the transportation -:good smooth, durable stuff, and then.. must go on in water until the little :j .
*4) the necessary means-financial, tools, question will be solved i
from the square take up the streets fellows get wings. Then th y crawl :
t f Implements and laborers-with which and solved in such a way as to redound .systematically and have the sidewalks ,:(i out and dry and are ready for business I
the work required to be accomplish- to the lasting building up and I regularly and evenly laid off and covered I, So the only reason why the j I I SHOES I
*.1 acme can ue done. To say by prosperity of Ocala and Marion coun- with some material that will i i:weeds should be carted away is for -
ordinance that tbis and that shall be ty as well as other neighboring terri- :[make them firm-and do the streets I appearance sake, and unless they are Ii .
done, and then say that it is the dutyof 1 tory. But to accomplish it, it will i likewise. Of course all of this can- ''very:' rank and large they soon disappear I (Ii For the Feet. .
the mayor to execute that ordinance - and yet make no provision for I tent effort of our citizens and the investment |I but systematic work once inaugurated i they I i are scarcely noticed. I .
the means by which it I is to be carried I of some of their money- j will be taken up by your successors, !1 i The suggested inprovements to the :
Into effect, is indeed worse than requiring 4 but it will be a paying investment I and after awhile we will have a city :.. streets and general cleaning up of (I;, ; WARM UNDERWEAR f
the making of "bricks with- in many ways. From its natural location i the streets of which will be "a thing ,,the city are all the more necessary : ,
out straw." I therefore solicit, and I our city will then become a | of beauty and a joy forever." The i I now, that we have our handsome and j ,I For the Body. I

n hope to receive the sincere and united distributing point for a large territory, 'work once well done will be lasting ;;;imposing court house nearing completion -' At Prices that will Pinch the Pocket
co-operation of the city council in my and wholesale businesses will be built !i[and will not be forever needing the !|;! and anticipate at an eary! day 't I.: not fmr
efforts to execute the laws and ordinances I up and increased, population will come j!"quilt-work patching In the end it ;[:the erection of a still more imposing
which now are in force asS in, money put into manufacturing enterprises i|will be economy and a good investment building by the United States gorerament. .
well as providing for successfully car-i and the city will grow in !I for the public funds. -i These buildings will be the ,I, !
rylng out of certain measures hereinafter ,'extent and wealth and all properties ]I While on the subject of street improvements pride. of the city and county, and will !j MH'S[ PINTS ADD B BOYS' SUITS !
suggested. I IJo greatly increase in value. i iBaX I I suggest and recommend. look like a pearl set in a copper ring, i
&o tat at* say dulfes. fa tile judicial { we must be up sad doing >>'ijbi i that" an additional policeman, be add. !'unless i we do our part in making the \;
department are concerned, 1 f fj sailed and common, purpose, and no]ie: think I shall be able to 'tread the longer each one struggle for Mmsetfi j#|: sible, an act!re. energetic jaaa of' "VVe would be unworthy- ourselves, ;( :
tf'- winepress alone and will strive tot and in the struggle hope for "the good judgment and a fair practical and injure the fair name of OUT city -- --- _- -- -
r- so conduct it that evil doers will survival of the fittest; but labor to I ;
I knowledge of surface draining and :! if we permit the city to suffer by com
Tease to do evil and learn to do I the end that all may be "befitted to road building, and while he should be parison with the public buildings of ',
well," and the law-abiding rest more survive." I vesteJ with full police powers, let which we do, and well may, proudly i THE FAIR 5
st'curt'lunder the shield of the law. I do not know that this matter comes !I his chief work be to take charge of boast. I}I ,
Still In this department too, justice I IrW' within the province of the city coun- ,all street laborers-whether employed Some time ago I noticed in the j ,
shall be meted out with a firm but Impartial ''cil, but I earnestly suggest that any I or serving out sentence of the city press that an ordinance renaming the !
I hand-"hewing to the line, let aid and encouragement that your I court-and direct and supervise the streets and providing for posting the I A. L. WEBB, Prop. e
tfce chips fall where they may." Endeavoring body can gives as well as that you !street work, whether the same be names of the same, and for renumbering ,; .
to be just, fair and impar- as Individuals can do will engage ,building or repairing. This work, as the houses was on its passage i ....
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board of public instruction in 1 The torE .
city improvement society me'
!ilea uricf price fyd f'
and for Marion county, Florida, met !at Gary's hall Tuesday morning and peW turns

. this the 7th day of January, 1907) in !the monthly calandar' was quickly. FURSand + F j The leading Mercantile House in Ocala, F
Sp regular session with G. S. Scott, chair- ''gone over. j Hides. : .
I I tr.oio. I
s- man; R. B. Blithch and J. S. Gran- j The president announced that she fm' IOAo {

F tham present: j would dispense with the roll call |I In our Ladies' Ready-to-Wear Department we have been more than ordinarily jkf

tl Minutes of the last 'meeting were since there were only eight of the one '!But a friend sasid to me: 'Only drink Ladies with
busy all this season for the simple reason that our offerings appeal to the
read and approved hundred and sixty-one members pres-l 8. little and pas it back," which I did. !

b A communication was read from Mr. ent. I Stronger heads emptied cup after cup taste and an inclination towards economy t

Peter Loos, a patron of the Kendrick The treasurer reported that she ,like water.

: school, making complaint that the |had $175. O in the.. treasury and that I "Oh, that is nothing" my friend Ladies !Ready to Wear Tailored Suits in Broadcloth I Fancy ,

teacher at Kendrick was teaching his I no money had been paid out during ssaid; "wait till you see an old fash-
aqlfe1f. Weaves from
and Silks. Prices $13.50 to 27.00. 'I t
children the Sunday school lesson and the past morth. I ioned cup.' He showed me somethinglike range
children II The chairman of committee I II wash basin for ssize-a beautiful .
he seriously objected to his I the seat a -

I. being taught any Scripture in the pub- i I reported that only three seats wereready. laquered bowl holding, I should RAIN COATS and CLOAKS ; t

lic schools. Mr. Loos asked that the ; Those who had promised them guess, at the very least a quart and a

5S-inch ('riv black and . -So.OO. s.u. 10.00 and! 15.!" r
Coats ia
board stop the teacher from teachingthe 'seem to be in no hurry to get them ,half. "A valiant warrior was expectd"he t:f-'tte ijrey. tan at
5 i-ia. Br, udHorh ; ( ) K'.OU 1:i.(00 ;!,'.'*
Coa's.in blac'k and for dress occasions ,
I this grey T.
Sunday school lesson in the ready; that she felt a delicacy in said, "to at one :

aR;IP'J school. The superintendent stated jinentiouing I the matter too' often, but i draught and wait for more." I shouldnot Pi aid Auto Ln( : Coats. latent effects. fur . . . . . . . 64.54): ) to I Is: I- {-i 5,.,y.

J A Big selection <,f Children's Coats 1 : from S J.5<> 10 s.&/
Lang to prices range
; ages; IGyr ;
that: he had twice requested the teacher lived in hopes that they would be like to attemut it unless I weresueriLg 1

not to teach the Sunday school lesson ready before the next meeting. very badly from chills andi '
Coid I
I __ i Silk \Vaists in Mesaliiie, Taftetta and HabutaiElaborately i _
t in school so long as any patron Mrs. D. M. :smith:: reported that she i fever. When very tired and cold one

objected. I I would have the trees planted along jjcan i drink a great deal of sake with- trimmed and well tailorod, fromJS-J.OO; to 7.00 :*

181 After considering the matter the superintendent i i the new cemetery work just as soonit lout harm.-"Life and Leters ot Laf-

was instructed to notify j J jas raIned. She had also interviewed cadio Hearn." DRESS GOODS 5.I

Judge Bullock about moving the.
Q the teacher to dispense with teachingthe
II } Sunday school lesson in the !'barbed wire fence next to the walk[ ERS. \Vo make special mention of the | RHEINAUER'S BLACK HICH |I FOREIGN' BROADCLOTH.High : .:

school having the children read it and that he very graciously said he! [ TAFFETA SILK manufac- .
or From Tuesday's Daily. following celeirarsd: Grade, chiffon finished, excellent quality l. .
thbr hours.Communication would do so at once. She was instructed j tured
during school I exclusively for us by C. J. Bonnet f.
The retiring board of county com- 52'inches wide, I in black and all it
was read signed by to continue until the good missioners held its last session Mon' 4 |I S' Cie., Lyons, France; 36 inches '; r
ntyd two of the trustees of the Fantville work wa done. day. But one of its members go out THE MAXIINE-at 89 cents: every wide, at . . . .$1.19.-the 'eading shads for street '

board Mrs. MacKay was absent, thereforeno yard guaranteed; in all. the leading! per yard. . . . . $1.90 j JI
school the to as
asking accept viz: Hon. Henry \V. Long, who has I 4
report was made about the old shades. i -
school property an organ which the been serving as a member continuously I
building in front of the Methodist SPECIAL- .
\ toof II patrons of the Fantville school had I church. for the past sixteen years and has I Yard-wide Taffeta at. .75c and 98c EOLIENNE de LUXE -ft tuebM l'i

bought and put in the school house. been president of the board during MONEYBAK TAFFETA Your -
a I Mrs. Maughs was also absent and i CHIFFON PANAMA- Black, grey
-- wide, in all the popular eventag'
After considering this matter I that period. .
: money back if not satisfactory; 36 and all the other shades '
no report was made about the filthy popular rang- J
board decided that the trustees had no Each member of the board I .
8ehd condition of the surroundings of the expressed inches wide; standard price, .$1.50ing in price from 50 cents to.$1.25 shades; special value at . M c :
authority to give to the said county to Mr. Long his regrets upon his
A. C. L. depot.
board said organ and the county retirement and told how well he had -- .-- .- ... -.
toor Mrs. Mocker was also unavoidedly: f
board had no authority to accept such served the county and in what esteem -
absent and did not report about the
offer without the consent of patrons : he is held personally. l
preservation of the trees along the Clothing Department' She I
rw now in the school who contributed towards :driveways by our county officials. After each member had testified to Department

the purchase of the organ. I Mr. Long's worth the following pre-
v, Mrs. Sistrunk asked to have the STYLISH WINTER CLOTHES FOR -
Mr. Ben Fre>'moutn appeared before amble and resolutions were introduced HIGH CUT SHOES AT LOW CUT I c'
d time extended about seeing the AND BOYS.
the board and asked that the board and passed by a rising vote:
owners of he; Jackson lot and,the lot I PRICES.
sell to Mrs. Smith, of Martel, the old Whereas, the Hon. H. W. Long, the SUITS! 1'
adjoining Mrs. Hocker's in regard tolaing
.Martel school house and lot claiming ; esteemed chairman of this board has I Expert cutting and careful hand work We maintain i our reputation in this f
a sidewalks built in front of insure correct models that retain
that it was the will of the trustees for thirty-seven years been in the public their to the end. line and take special pride in the val
F. j them. shape'
that the lot be sold to Mrs. Smith.As life of our county and during this ues we offer.MERR1AM. a::
The president, Mrs. McConathy, f$7.0Q'
the county board understood that long period of time' has rendered to !Men's Suits in the latest fabrics at
stated that Mr. Woodrow had been absent Shoes are considered r
IiIt the trustees thought the lot should be he county of Marion faithful and ef- $10.CO, $15.00 and $20.00.Youths' the best wearers for the little f fk9at ,
and that she had been ill, therefore -
deeded back to James Cribbrtt. who : I ficient service in every public trust I " .?. . .$1.00 to $ .M
a no definite report could be made Suits at $5.CO, $7.50, 12.00
gave it as soon as the house on the.I tit has been committed to his keep- and $14.00
about the library, and that the matter WICHERT &. CARDINER
land can be disposed of, the secretary ) ing, and
: would J>e more fully discussed Shoes are the highest grade of
tljrtish *
1bM1 was instructed to refer the! matter :ater. However, since there was no Whereas, the said Henry W. Long, Prices Two ranging PI.ece from Suits$1.50, ages to 3$7.50 to 17, footwear. . . .3.00 to yI i.M

back to the trustees as it was for I for sixteen years has been a memberof I
I ther outside work that the
. their district and ask they carefully society I this board and has rendered to the OVERCOATS & SWEATERS CrOGSETT: AND BANISTER.... 1f
a I ould do at the present, it would be I tl far r.-c" are the acme of '
consider the question and recommend county of Marion a valuable and efficient shoemaking,
H 'i good idea to concentrate all efforts For Men, Youths and Boys $3.50 t o $6.00 i
to the county board what in their, service as a member of this
P i n that direction. I I
judgment best to do for the interestof board ,andWhereas I t
mIc I It is understood that there are sixty I I .._-... ..., ,. __ ....
the school and at the same time to the said Henry W. Long .
:: rental dues and unless paid the !I
be impartial to all parties I Ii is now retiring from this board and
p4.: COlcerned.1 ibrary will have to close. In our Domestic Department we offer a thousand yards short .
The superintendent was i i from public life, now therefore, be it | lengths; of Outing at ) i-...
I It was suggested that if the city improvement '
to draw a warrant for $100 to E. A. society did not take: the I|! Resolved, That we, the board 4C, regular price Sc; Yard wide Sheeting.se; best Calico 50, best Plaids in the market 6c.Rheinauer's f

Polly for the appropriation made forj1 I '!:county commissioners of Marion of'l' I. F
it would be J
l1ttterlp. a good idea to .
a new colored school building at'1 [i ty Florida. as a mark of our
I turn the books over to the high school j appre-I Popular Dry Goods House
Belleview. ciation of honorable
.. I
The committee that ..nno..aiI.Il'...... u befor"
b The superintendent was authorized Ito j of his valuable and long and faithfufl
the council was next discussed. The ___ _
draw warrant to take warrants I I ... --
T a up service to our county and to this -- --- --------
-- ,
request that the !ladies made has been I -
T held by J. F. Pedrick and T. E. Pas board, do hereby tender to the said The Original Porous Plaster. -
entirely Ignored. Many spicy, witty r
b teur on the Dunnellon and Buck Pond i Henry W. Long our thanks for his It's Allcock's, first introduced tc
remarks were indulged in about the '
hi ; special school districts. I matter. long, valuable and efficient service to 1 the people sixty years ago, and! today FULL T5

The following resolution was adopted our county and to this board, and express undoubtedly has the largest ex- .JEXPRSS
aan f The society has been urged to havethe

: : court horse squire cleaned but, to him our deep regret that he external remedy-millions b'_in? soki! ) D
That the sale and con\"e\-I+ = ; FULL
In is now retiring from this board and
!have met with so many; rebuffs the. ; annually throughout the whole ci\ i-
vi ance by the trustees of Ocala special ''fo.n the public life of our county.Mr. .
I ladies are afraid to undertake the, lized world. There have been imitations IPAID1m35:9:
tax school district to David S. Wood-
da : : Long said he was profoundly
matter and respectfully call the atten- to be sure, but never has there :

co: row of block thirt-t ve. new survey?! touched by these remarks of appre been one to even compare wit'. A'l-'
tion of the council ro the deplorable
tb south Ocala, was in the judgment of I condition of the square and other ciation and spoke of how pleasant his rack's-the world's standard external 1 LJ- 4b1 PPEPA'DU

ou ; this board beneficial to the interest relations with the members of the remedy.
" of said district and and said business streets. For a weak back cold on the chest
proper board had been, how little friction had l $A
en A motion was made to notify the sr any local pain the result of taking:
t sale and conveyance is approved and ; ; arisen and how they had all worked (
contractors of the court house and of j old or overstrain, there is n
mIn ratified by the board of imbUe instruc- i j the Holder block to remove the debrisas :. I together to promote what they believed 1 we know of to compare with this

tion of Marion county, Florida. I j; to be for the best interests of 1 famous plaster. x
1 rapidly as possible but was withdrawn .
; Reports and accounts were approved -j the county and said that the senti-
and the above request of thecouncil Lost-From the owners rei+
ordered l'Hce.
and paid by warants on |
Iii ments they had expressed towards IDoz
the county treasuer. i was substituted.It December the first a black shepherd: !
him he would on retiring with
th< I carry j
was decided not to disband but with ring around her neck. Answers :
The treasurer's reportewas approvedas him as a valuable heritage. gyp i- < DELIVER co FOR '
. !to preserve the organization possiblylater ; to the name of "S'lep." Finder! a 4
follows: j :
. :r' As a further mark of the hoard'sappreciation .
th- Bal. from last report . .$ 411 77)) on much good can be accomplished. ,! of Mr. Long's services he will t>e rewarded. J. C. How ell. w $ I29

in! Reed from \V. D.. Cam, sale I j I was invited to be with them at their
After motion carried have
... a was to
of D. P. school house :25 00
fefl I tie minutes published, cv ry month !sitting today and to be with them Jerry Burnett
from R L.
Reed Carney,
during session until the court
wi: I every
mf levy of 1906 ,. . . 665 64 j'I!the society adjourned. i house is completed. HAS. BLUM & COMPANY,

Reed from J.:. L. Carney I --- Merchant .
SAKE, THE JAPANESE DRINK. j Among the last acts of the board Fla.WiNthisril

polls of 1906 . .. 71 OOi+! 1 Jacksonville, .
was to designate the Ocala Banner _.
tin] Reed from A. C. Croom I i! One becomes fond of Japanese sake i ....--. ..
Ithe official for the ')ubJiI -
najJal tax sales: . . . 126 00 II! (rice wine), but it can only be drunk newspaper Tailoring.; -
II I I catioft\ the delinquent tax list for
I with Japanese food. A barrel of the J IIt6.

Total receipts . .$ ;941 i best costs about $3.50. It is extremely The board was in executive session Ocala, Florida.
Disbursed during Dec. 1906 .$1165 001; deceiving. It looks like lemonade,
M' ,most of the afternoon opening the
i but is as heavy as sherry. Happily it Finest Imported and: ..
I I dds for the lease of the _
Bal in treasury . ....$ 134 41 has not the after effects of sherry. county convicts Domestic Cloths. .
I for the but the dis-
present year .
sa There being no further business There ig no liquor in the world upon .,
I j position of the board was not made (Cuteim: a V'>CJai' f: "NUBLACK"Loaded
"which a man can become so quickly 4t-'lo- lYE I
inm and the term of the members of the .
II FitsEducation trlarantfp(1I \' .
< .
j f !
public. It is understood, however. ( .. : )"J"fJ. lo1.. '
I esent board having expired it ad- :intoxicated, and yet none of which the that the bids were more than twice 'e;;/'- f ......JI... \ (.

jouned sine die.Tuesday's. 'effects? lasts so short a time. The intoxication -"
0A as much as they were last year. The i' Black Powder Shells
Meeting. is pleasant as the effects of il. '- I
j' 4'f4''
} !award will be officially made known t! :
On Tuesday morning, the Sth of Jan !opium or hasheesh. It is a soft, pleasant j I I : ;1tl fj t
uary, 190.11'. Isaac Stevens of ,: luminous exhiliration, everything !today I I Mail : { Shoot Strong and Evenly
: We also understand that the board by *
Ocala, from school district No 1; Mr. 'becoming brighter, happier, lighter, t2.9Aal Are .
was in executive session I ; Fire
over gonematters
g then No tearing home jiplojTjjent to get an edcation. ,
you get very sleepy. I
B. R. Butch, of Blitchton of school Ctwzeonly .
I time stndyugatDonwEoo.keeping
t district \o. 2, and Mr. J. S. Grantham. At Japanese dinnejs it is the rule !' concerning the cohm'iif] : f tI' : ArUomtUC, Algebra, Geometry i" Will Stand Reloading. ;
: the new court house. Grammar,Rhetoric,SdencesHieoryL an.ete., fili { ,
of Fort McCoy, of district No. 3, met Ito I become slightly exbilirated, but not I Thoroughly Taught by MalL Teachers aided I i 'k :
Ii I It seems that under the coinat"solid : to paa8fT nmiitfiona.layn .atsuO<' Catalogue J. /
and each haying their commission as ito drink enough to talk thickly or frtoe.Addresi,1I.IILKESYalatkaFla.Ferry : .. ", % ; ;: They Always Get
walk eroked. The I stone columns were to bt t+:ir ... '.J ", '. Game. '
members of the board of public in- ability to drink all I '' .
banquets requires finished and they came in two pieces : : ; : --1' ....... ..
struction, their term to begin Jan. S. practice-long prac-i' r
t instead of one, the .; :t For n
; contractors offr-i {. t Sale
tice. With
19'(7, organized by electing Mr. Stevens European wines the rule 'I : i
tbiFa chairman.The 'is I believe that hearty eating pre- ing to knock off quite a large aniu'sm Seeds S ,: t'1", ,;:\. V it';

if said columns are accepted W* are cot aa expert-"
superintendent's salary" was vents the drink from taking too much I I IeffecL i 'meat,but with proper cultivation

then fixed at $UH> per month. The i:.: But with Japanese sake it is (could not ascertain the boarrj'ac.- ,they assure success --.- -- i
frog the have .
start no '
'I tion on this matter. -': -
superintendent was also allowed $150 I''exactly' the opposite. I doutts at planting nor disap ,
i I The board will organize today. MrJ. pointments at harvest. Get BEANSJ IVER JCKNSCX'SLatest
1 There
u= per year for office help and $60 per I I are banquets of many kinds M. *,
t Mathews the new member was Wax and Green Pod Varieties
and the
who is
for postage. i man invited to one at 3 grown
year t t
present at the meeting Monday and and shipped by
The first Monday in each month was ;!:which extensive drinking. may be expected I Ifor
I will be
formally seated
fixed as regular meeting day of the must be careful to start in upon Herbert C. Horrill. Impr -. +

board. an empty or almost empty stomach The President Shakes Cedar Springs, Mich-, *d Colt's.. IV.T
i I the Tree and
s biggest, sorest, best crop*- Johnson.
There being no further business the By not eating one can drink a great the Plums Fall for Floridans. at all dealers. Famous for over Red Speckled Valentine Green Pod & wesson.Smith -
I I 1907&. d Annual other :
275. Prices right
deal. The 50 years. on va
board adjourned to meet the first Monday I cups raeery smal and of Washington. free on request.D.M. Caulovof an int.
January 9.
rieties. All seeds offered are of i line suns rstos
in February. I many curious shapes.. One may be expected -! Roosevelt today sent to the senate FERRY t co.) crop 1906. and ammunit.nat

W. D. CARX, i i to empty fift). A quart of sakeis for confirmation the following nominations D.trolt,Mich. L_
Secretary.The I a good deal; two quams requires : Fine Brood ,Mares. .. COMPANY >i

II I iron nerves to stand. But among the George A. Alba, to be collector of We have just gotten in a car loadf 265.7 Decatur St. RtUaU, G!

a commissioner general of immigration Japanese there are wonderful drinkers ,customs LOST-A pointer dog about two I the finest; brood mares ever, broughtto ,
in his annual report asserts At a military officers' banquet a Augustine Fla. years old; white and liver colored, the state and to see them Is to admire The Price of Pta t. ""
captain Antonia J. Murratt, to be collectorof dark dots in white to them. We"will sell them at The
; answers name
that there is an organized plan extensive offered me a tumbler holding a itchlnj and 'martln.mcldent .
I customs at Apalachicola rery reasonable prices. Come and and .
Fla. to
of "Jake. Suitable reward for his certain
for bringing Japanese re ; 'JUU
of disetg4i
operation good pint sake. I almost fainted 11
C. E. look: them over at almost
Head to be IDstanUy
postmaster at Tallahassee allaYed
laborers into this country. the sight of it, for it was only the firsts ]I] Fla. covery. Address W. E. Tydlngs. Silver MARION FARMS STABLES, Chamberl&ln'l S&1Te. PrIce by appJ1b1.

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THE NEWS OF MARTEL. i slowly recovering from a runaway she. Y
+ +
+ "'' *'"
I was in some time ago. Her life was ,
i Special cor. Ocala Banner. !!despaired of at one time. !r AS SEEN 'r'Written 1 z

I f The board of stewards of the M. i Mr. and Mrs. Joe Castell, of Dunn THROUGH J j 1 a

Cold Storage I'E. church, south of the Martel cir- i i ellon are visiting Mrs. Castell's I : E8peClaly forI .

cuit met at Martel Friday and after father and mother, Mr. and Mrs. E. i WOMAN'S EYES i t
I The
organizing made an assessment of six ,G. Taylor of this lace. ;

hundred dollars for the support of t i The late cold spell did consider- .
of Meats I : *
-- = Ocala Banner s
the pastor and apportioned it to the j i able damage to gardens and sugar

, 'several appointments of the circuit. cane, but hopes are entertained that I! BIRTH OF THE NEW YEAR ON THE RIM OF J Vt I

They also arranged for raising sixty young orange trees were not killed. +TIME-CHRISTMAS DINNER FOR THE CON- By E

We beg to annuounce to the ,dollars for repairs on the parsonage I! Rev. H. C. Martin is attending Sun- {VICTS-RAILROAD ASSESSMENTS j MissJefftrson :

.. !and water connection from the tank day school convention at Fleming- I : : .
public that we are leady to |of the mill to the hy. I t t Bell. Ji
r parsonage ton thiswek.. L ......._ ._._._._....... ............................................ ........................... ... . .
jdranrs Mr. Elam :Martin has recovered - .T.T. .9......... ..........

cure Meats. We GUA AN- I The deliberations of the stewards i I from a bad spell of pneumonia and ;i Special to the Ocala Banner: food and comfortable clothing with I.

land: rite: pastor were unusually hari returned to his work as express mes- I Tallahassee, January 3.-"Ring out care and treatment for the sick are

,Jt TEE. SATISFACTION.and i i I momous and all left realizing how senger from Ocala to Orlando. I the old ring in the near" A heavyjmist I(required of the lessees.

"--- good and pleasant it is for brethrento I hung over the sleeping town, I i

: solicit your patronage.""" "''' live and dwell together in unity:' I BOARDMAN NEWS NOTES. j through it the lights flared like a i(:land Mr. IcLin has git'e'n years of time

Tut appointments were arranged forlas I dreary dawn. I had forgotten that it thought to the study of this

\ l! follows: Martel 1st Sundays; Dunn Special cor. Ocala Banner: j was New Year's eve, aud my first (problem. He is naturally a man of

a OCALA ICE B ion and Inglis, 2nd and 5th Sundays; Miss L. F. Reed returned to Braden- i thought was that the burglar alarm ::large heart and human sympathy and

1St. Johns 3rd Sundays; Cedar Grove town Sunday to resume her school on the state treasury salt had gone ,he gives his personal supervision to

'I 4th Sundays. duties after a visit of several days ,off, then other bells began to ring. I the prison work. Dr. S. H. Blitch.

FUEL CO. The presiding elder has the thanks to her parents, Mr. and Mrs. Reed. t I went to my window and looked out ,who is the hospital physician is a

L .. .. of the official board of the circuit for I Mr. F. G. Sampson made a hurried !ion the night. The mist veiled the ;' man of such tender sympathy that
', .
.! .->!- :; ". "-_."..." 1.-< ,":-. ":: "I'" s securing arrangements for the ap trip to Ocala last week, going down ':light of the moon and stars and even all sick and suffering humanity
of the street lights half block ,it convict or pauper-is his
pointments. Wednesday and returning Thursday.Miss I i a away. : special s
Under previous arrangements Dr. Charlotte Farnbach who is At the corner one solitary man was 'charge. Hon. N. A. Butch supervisor

; Carroll of Ocala will preach at Mar teaching at Saracota was home for 'firing cannon crackers while the bells :of convicts, whose term as railroad
McMillan I
p Bros. !tel the :3rd Sunday of each month at the holidays and returned Monday to !pealed in half a dozen keys. "Hap-!commissioner will begin next week,

:3:00: } p. m. her school. spy. New Year, Friend"-some passer I I has been a fine man for his work. Dr.

I I Should Dr. -Dodge deem it wise to :called to the man with the cannon Lamar medical advisor and Mr. Clark.
Southern Copper Works For s&erai days three of the A. 1 assistant
!j carry out the precedent established by crackers. Then only did I remember supervisor are men with
C. L. painters have been at work i
Dr. Lindsay the church will be open. ,that the old year had gone back to the (I special qualifications for the positions)
the depot, putting on a fresh coat of
I they hold.During .
to services the 2nd or 4th Sundays God who gave it and 1907 stood, ; -:
."l i Manufacturers of Turpentine Stills paint, with brown trimmings, which ;
new-born on the rim of time. I
jof! each month at 3:00 p. m. i',adds greatly to the appearance of the the year 190< ; the lessees
I i As Methodist. Baptist and Presbyterian I handled about sixteen <
and General Metal Workers. I depot, which has recently been overhauled hundred con
I. : at Martel we stand upon the remodeled and added to, The week at the capital was one of victs. In 1906 there was a slight in

I I high plane of brotherly love, and doing I when the painters have finished, this .more than usual interest, socially, crease. There are now about thirteen -

Old Stills taken in exchange for new ones. Patching good, without squabbling over I I will be one of the prettiest and neatest Mrs. William Saunders Manning, for- hundred in the different camps

through the country a specialty tIre:ier* by mail or ':'non-essentials to salvation, while the i depots on the A. C. L. road. ;(' n-erly Miss Evelyn Lewis, was the i jt'nder the present lease purchased

wire will receive prompt attention at either of the !I more important matters of "justiceand 1 Ocala needs the same kind of work :guest of honor at Mrs. Lewis Lively's I from C. H. Barnes & Co., by Mr. S. ,
follc"ing works truth are left undone." 1!; afternoon card party and again aMiss t A. Rawls the state receives
done for .her
only on a more extensive $: +A1 -
I !; H. W. LONG. scale. Mary Page Randolph's card party for each convict annually.I .
i Monday evening. Wednesday afarnooa -i
I Miss Alice McRae, of Evinston. McLin
JACKSONVILLE FLA MOBILE, ALA p.eH.. H. Outland pastor of the !j I opened her school Wednesday tii ; r: Mrs. Napoleon B. Broward I I. in the succeeded law :providing in having for inserted ':

Martel circuit, arrived at Martel gave a large and delightful receptionin I the
: i the i spring term. l it pection of state
l f-l.( --- -- -- -- ----- ---- -- honor of Mrs. John A. Dapray for- I a clause
December 29, without notice. He -
I Mrs. Will Smith and daughter, Miss t "-t requires the .
wu---- i' merly Miss Helen Cassin, of Washington I inspector of state
preached an impressive sermon at Lola Maude, from Tacoma were c victs to also visit at I
'I certain in ,
and whose
Martel Sunday evening to an appre-j down Friday Mrs. Wolfenden
visiting tervals,
inspect and
H. A. Spencer L. E. Lang J. A. BouvierAnnouncement :ito Maj. Dapray, military advisor to report to the
native audience. 1 I[and Mrs. P. K. Richarson, of Evin- governor the condition of the
I ':the governor, was a mater of much county : &
the of Martel
Monday night people iI J6ton. ,convicts. This has been
I benefit
:interest both in Tallahassee and in
vent en masse to the parsonage, car I Miss Kornelia Krouse, of Mississippi and has stopped the barbarous If
:Washington where the
rryin:: valuable donations of neces- .! is spending the winter with her ; custom of chaining convict together

",, :lfie.i: nerd luxuries in sufficient quan- j|aunt.. Mrs. C. C. Waits, of Orange parties were very prominent. Thursday in the stockade.

i .1 t We have just purchased the splendidly equipped titles: to supply the pantry with aa j I I Lake and Mrs. John Flewellyn ofIclntosh. evening: Mrs. Jeferson R. Browneientertaiucd

t ;. machinery plant of the Yonge and Cline Company, ,abundance until the stewards can get \ ; the bridge whist club and The legislature should enact some
!Thursday evening: Mr. Browne gave a law that will'provide for the
: and solicit a share of the repair work of Marion and thing1;, arranged on a self-sustaining I' Saturday December 22. Mrs. F. B. i convicts such county
:.aMr.: The and family have !stag supper at the Leon hotel at care and treatment as :
adjoining counties. We make a specialty repairing made a good impression upon their Robinson and son Horace, came up j which his ir .ests were the governor j lis! given the state convicts.

: steam pumps, gas engines, etc. i 'parishoners and were delighted with "the from remains Clearwater of their bringing only with daughterand them { and the state officials and employees I I The Tropical Breeze of Fort Sleets

; Let us quote you prices. I the cordial welcome extended to I sister Nannie who was eleven i!' of the state capital. The supper i has started a discussion of the assessment *
arrivaL was in the nature of a farewell en- '
; them on their I months old whose body was interredin I of the railroads and baa discovered -
TIte: board of stewards will meetat tertainment to the men with whom the startling fact that
Ocala Gas Center Point cemetery Sunday Mr Brown has been the
.O Engine Martel on Friday next, at 10:00 30.1 morning.Mr. I associated at !assessment is not high enough. From
it ; { I : !the caritcl during the four years he
m., :anal will arrange for the temporal I the published reports of the
Robinson returned home Monday I has served on the railroad commis.I comp-
necessities for their pastor. I troller I find figures that will substantiate
I leaving his wife for a week's I jsion, and was a very pleasant affair. _
, ,' Company. After conferring with the stewardshe I J this statement. The
k visit to her parents, Dr. and Mrs. !! Mr. Brown is a thoroughly genial rail
.. .J i will fix the day of preaching at I roads of Florida are assessed propor-
.. ii Walkup.
and host and his
i: delightful stag supper -
the several churches of the circuit sos ;'tionately higher than other
any class
,i Horace Robinson, who has a fine position was a graceful rounding out of
-- -- a not to conflict with the appoint I jof i property in the state.
with a hardware firm in Tampa, :his term of office in Tallahassee.
i ments of other denominations, as far
THE I II I returned his work I Iginla I The assessment i3 made by the
possible.Mrs. to Monday, stopping j Sunday Mr. Browne will go to Vir-
as I comptroller is
i over half a day Christma with where he will enter his son.j based on the physical v
H.Y.. Long and Mrs. A. W. [!valuation of the
his cousin, Will Dunn of Ocala. 'Joe, in school. Mis. Browne and Miss : railroads including
Woodward and children in
are taking 1 I road-bed,
Miss Annette Gist spent the holidays ;i: Susan Browne vill remain in Tallahassee -! rolling stock, equipment and
the beauties of the farfamedVekiwa
; r terminal facilities.
with her parents. She attendedthe :'' until his return a week later I
Marioi) Hardware Conpijy) ;1 Sprin s. j ji i state association of teachers at !I i and will then go to Key West to 'I The total assessment beginning
with the year 1900 ::
; 1i I St. Augustine.Mr. live. I. on ,109.i9 miles
i FORT McCOY NOTES. ; of main track to the
and Mrs. Robert Worsham with >! present on

I I their little daughter; Ida of Forsyth Commissioner McLin, of the depart- !:.533.3;) miles is as follows:

HEADQUARTERS Special cor. Ocala Banner: i 1901} . . . .
$19. 50lU
Ga. down for few last i
were a days ment of agriculture, who has chargeof
After several month's talk about I 1901 ', . 19.3S3.4S1 :
week visiting her sister Mrs. Ar- ; the sLate prison department has
.fiimerican the new railroad from Silver Springs | !l902". . . .
Wire 20,045,7$5
Fencing, thur Flewellyn. ; received in response to his requestfor
Y to this place, we are told again that I Mr. and Mrs. John Allen, of Green- a report of the observance of ,1903 . .. . i. 22.149,815:! 1'1

T Sash, Doors and Blinds the road will be built as soon as laborers ,castle, Ind., are visiting Mr. Allen's'brother :Christmas at the various convictcaaips I 1904 . . . 22,603,203:

can be obtained to do the work. I 1903; . . . 2",670..66
Mr. Will Allen, of Mclntosh. j
, budget re
... Paints. Oils and, Varnishes, Mr. Fusely. the surveyor that is laying 'I Mrs. Williams and granddaughter 1906 . . . 25.942,844
ports. j
off the route, has gone to Georgia '
Mill and Mary Griffin of Atlanta Ga., are visiting The lessees are required to give I In 1904 when Comptroller Croom a
Mining Supplies, his home, for the holidays. It is confidently j
i their friends Mrs. Siebert and :the convicts a holiday on Christmas i came into office, the railroad assess-
thought that as soon as he
Miss Lula Walker at Mclntosh. i The show in a number ,;
Turpentine Snpplies, returns the real work will begin. )lr.1 j day. reports assessment
i There is a change of work in the j of instances that they were given two j
Mr. E. P. Rentz, the president of the |
I ( Improved Farming Tools] Silver Springs Lumber company, and Methodist church at Mclntosh. It is ,days and at one camp from Saturday I The total assessment of real estate

I now connected with Fairfield, Red- ,to Wednesday.At in the state is $S9OS1,434. !
I the principal promoter of this new '
'dick and Orange Lake and having as ; tho convicts had a The total assessment of personal
I :
i iI route is exceedingly anxious to get I' caai (
GET OUR PRICES their in charge Dr. Cunningham. ; in the
the route through to this' point so pastor ;Christmas tree and at another a minstrel ';property state is $26.994.539.:

I :that he can commence the erection of : ptrfonnance. One captain e1t'hen,! you consider the enormous "''I

Dr. G. L. Means is moving his fur- .I .amount of
I r. : the immense sawmill plant they are I ported that each tate convict was; property is assessed 3
E! niture to his new home preparatoryto dollar and Each county convict ;under the name of personal
to build at this place. The site selected given cne property >

:! 1 Marion Hardware for the mill is on the south I housekeeping. fifty cents in ca?:h. At another i],the assessment appears rather low
Company Carlisle Bellah. who has been tnj i iI aotlars m- cash was Las compared with the railroad
i : side of a beautiful clear water lake I camp thirty-eight ; as- !
the drug business in Dunnelton bas 1 sessment. Under a
the convicts. personal
i distributed arcong property
!contiguous to as fine a body of pine J -
given his position and returned (bank stock capital
- ---- -- up dinner was [ invested in business
timber as can be found in the state. s I At all camps i far I ::

--f.-.f The people are jubilant over the home. I II servc-1 them. A number cf the re-j l mortgages furniture and all ,

.......................... .......................... prospect of at least getting an out I Mr. Fassel. of Kentucky, is spend-peru show that fruit, c-anges and ap : classes of personal belongings are '
ing the winter at Mclntosh. : .included.
let to ship vegetables and fruit, as 'pie: and cigars were distributed asa (
t WANT BIG C OPS THEN USE IDEAL FERTILIZED!} \ i it is claimed and justly so too) that I Mrs. Walker and children of Georgia : treat. i The Tropical Breeze cites figures i i

'' the !lands of .this section are as well are visiting her mother, Mrs j j, The foll! .r :ng till cf fare, servedby ,!taken from the national governments I

,: J OUR BOOKS WILL TELL YOU I I adapted to the raising of early vegetables Baldwin, of Mclntosh. j the Taylor County Naval Stores'i'valuation of railroads but does not .
t Miss Flora McRae is spending the : fair sample of the din- ,take into
+ as any portion of east 'Flor- company is a consideration the fact that j
.; FLORIDA VEGETABLES"-A complete "IRISH POTATOES"-Book on i, holidays with friends at Melrose. } the Christmas these figures
ida. It has been fairly demonstratedthat ner served at camps (; ; are based not on the 1
manual en Florida crops. "Soil, Seed Planting and CUltiva- : \; The Misses Cox, of South Carolina physical value
I : cabbage lettuce, tomatoes, beans day. :| of the railroads but 1 i ion
! tion. Effect of Fertilizers Digging are visitng their cousins Mr. and i Anples ; the franchise.
I Our
Oranges ; law !
I I :and strawberries do grow to perfection directs the
-FLORIDA ORA GES"-Book of and :Shipping.: i when properly cultivated here. Mrs. Jack Reed. I Vegetable Soap !|comptroller to make his assessment

I special interest to orange grow -PINEAPPLE FERTILIZING" J i(Contractors have been approached on I Some weeks ago Dr. Billingsly per- Armour's Sagar Cured Hams ]upon the physical value of the rail- 1

: ers special interest to pineapple : j'I the subject of building 100 houses, I chased of Mrs. John Allen what was I Carolina Rice, Purlieued with Taylor.County .road. ?.

growers. known as the Douglass home and has j Pig Back-Bone J Perhaps the
,I commissary, hotel etc., for this com most startling figures i
I .j "FLORIDA STR.-\WBERRIES"- "IDEAL FERTILIZERS" Book : ]pany. recently moved into it and is now a'!Barbecued Pig i that can be found in the assessment

Booklet on "Soil. Varieties Cui all of our different brands, analy- : The Southern Pine Company who citizen of Mclntosh. I II Corn Bread ,of property in Florida is on the assessment
and Fertilization." ses. prices. etc. Mr. Will Billingsly private secretary Onions !j
tivation are operating a big sawmill at the I Roast Pork, with roll of Dade and St Johns

I T New and revised edition of the above just published, free for asking. j Meadows. on the S. A. L. railway, to Ex-Governor Jennings was in Fricaseed Chicken with Potatoes :counties where the great East Coast
McIntosh a few days this week vis Sweet Potatoes i hotel properties
will resume operations as soon as the + are located. .

i & TOOMER FERILTIZER COMPANY holidays are over, and they can get I. iting his parents. II j Turnips Collards j; The assessments are as follows! :
their men together. This company i I I Mr. Richard Shaw of Quincy came j I Cakes Pies Adam's Ale Holdings of the Florida East Coast

JACKSONVILLE, FLA. has several miles of railroad built down last Wednesday to visit hiswife iI j The conditions of the state con Hotel: Company in Dade county; real J;;

I j and children who have been I\5cts! as compared with that of the':' estate $331,900/ ; personal
.... .....*.......*...... ..... ..... .............: r rf back section east and of the are mill cutting, reaching some this fine ; spending some time with her parents, Ii |county convicts would convince any- ,$ 6Ot0. property, 1

i'timber. i i I )Ir. and Mrs. F. G. Sampson. I Ii II done that under the system under In St. Johns county, real estate I

f F LANDS. i' Prot. J. H. Brinson of Winter j!i Mr. Shaw returned home last Monday |which the state convicts are leased ;$174,300; personal, $40,700. j iw

Park was here last Friday on business leaving his family to continue i it is impossible for such abuses to I In this assessment both of real estate _

If you have lands you wish to sell, lease or rent; and shaking hands with old ;i their visit for a while longer. I II I exist as have come to light in many I and personal property are included J i

. or if you want to buy lands for farming, grazing, friends, who are always glad to meet Large Supply of j instances under the county leases. j in the splendid East Coast hotel and
him. j The policy of the board of state in .their equipment.
turpentining or lumber purposes, Marston Lodge No. 49 F. and A. CITRUS STOCK! I stitutions has been to secure for unfortunates \ As compared with the comptroller's

'* : Write to M.. held an interesting meeting at ;,i, At Give Away Prices humane treatment. Th assessments i, of railroads the above .J 1

h r their hall last Saturday evening, in- 10 CENTS UP. I system of supervision and inspection figures may be studied with advantage -

BLOUNT REAL ESTATE CO. i calling the new officers and exempli Write makes it impossible :or any convict -I! by the tax payers of Florida "i {i

F fying the work in the second degree. CHIPCO NURSERIES. to suffer ill treatment for anyj i whom were referred the railroad a-

OCALA, FLORIDA. Mrs. A. M. Browning, of Eureka is ..1-11-lm Interlachen, Fla. t length of time. Sufficient shelter. sessments by the Tropical Breeze.f .

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; TO MRS. R. G. RLAKE AND THOSE the story she related about the boy {IBig Naval Stores Deal! Consummated. THE LIFE ETERNAL.An 1 i&A

Ii .. '. WHO MOURN. before the arrival of the ambulance,
.- unless the burning had occurred as I A deal of more than usual interest acorn, lying in the brown earth's .

(From a Friend) she described it. I iwas closed yesterday at the .annual breast,

+. Twas God in Heaven who spake to !meeting of the stockholders of the And searching blindly for the warm, !

Death ORANGES.Are Jacksonville Naval Stores Company i sweet air, -i

x His angel who stood by His knee. I when it was decided to sell the busi j Thrilled with mysterious life and up- ".-'"
F "Oh, loves grander has never lived, the Sweet and Bitter Orang from mess to the Peninsula Naval Stores ward crept f

Who soothes in thy lulab)', humanity! the Parent Stock? !Company of Tampa, the latter company Into the suniit world-and found it .0

4 Find there on earth, those lily souls, ': assuming :all the liabilities and fair.A f

a : And bear them safe to me." A curious question arises as to the ;taking over the assets of the Jacksonville I crown of leaves unfolded one by

connection between the bitter and the company. one. r 'I, .

'# A flutter of wings, an angel sent, sweet orange. Are they such distinct i I Both of these companies have been lAnd warmed by sunshine, and by. 7rI I t\.
'fin I .
t quivering winds \to
Swift winged on his way. fruits or plants as to amount to dis- business only a short time but have ,

A light, he crossed the Doubt's night tinct species; or are they descendantsfrom (made wonderful progress. The capital [And songs of birds: whose merry lit- )

But a shadow to us that day, a common stock? stock of the Peninsula Naval Stores I' tie strains ...
As he came to our home with feet no Is there any sign of interchange, (Company has recently: been increased i': Rang out exultantly with sweetness I.I.i '- .
one hears or of reversion? to $1,000.000. and it will continue to !i rife; 10';",

s .... And took- our loved one from this vale I Gallesio, who is looked upon as a have offices in both Tampa and this :|!And lo! an oak tree stood there-a it-'

of tears I most careful observer of the orange|j city. ;I I sI I thing of life! :

family, says that during a long series -: A majority of the directors of the I
I .. It was God's messenger who stood bj of years he sowed pips of sweet j Peninsula Naval .Stores Company I t The clouds came hurried on by frightened : I

i by the dead, oranges taken sometimes from the(were in the city yesterday and held winds 1 ,'(
With Faith seeing with sad I And tramped the sunshine down with
eyes natural tree, sometimes from sweet their annual meeting, electing as president ,

l ; Doubt's dark tears, who hopeless, oranges grofted on bitter stocks and Mr. D. C. Ashley, who has been heavy feet. Xr '

I wept lemon stocks, and the result was al- ,president of the Jacksonville 'al The days grow gray and cold and col- t ;

I r Amid grief's heartbroken sighs, I Around his townetaoinshrdluhrdluhrs !Stores Company since the organzaition. i orless. FOUR SAILINGS EACH WEEK ;. \

For dear Robert who slept, ways was trees bearing sweet or- I Wrapped in the white of winter's BETWEEN .. '

Lulled to rest by this angel dread. anges. He declares that for sixty Jfr.B.V.. Blount of Tampa, who has ;! winding sheet. '

I years, around his town of Finale, the been president of the Peninssula company I The long, bare branches of the oaki Jacksonville and New York.Calling t
Then God's messenger spake, i
s me result has been observed, and will be the first vice presidentand i tree swung
'Tis but Eternity's peace I bring, t
of the life
And whispered patient
1, ,lie says: "There is no instance of a general manager and will divide at Charleston, S. C., both ways.
It's only good night now, for his sake.
bitter tree from seed of sweet his time between the two cities i they kept ..
c The parting l.i but a small thing, Close: folded in the soft brown buds,
oranges nor of sweet orange tree The other vice presidents electedare
To the meeting again. as you sing i ;:t
from seed of bitter oranges. In 1709, : Mr. G. A. Petteway of Tampa and to wait
I The time when nature's heart no I I
the oranges of Finale having been Mr. Carl Moller of this city. Mr. S. H.
There's no sorrow heaven does not f i
killed by frost, the practice of raising I Berg of this city was elected secretary longer slept. FREIGHT SKRVICR: BETWEEN

1 cure. sweet orange trees from seed was in ,I and treasurer and Mr. A. C. Bacon '!And so, in wind and rain and sun- Jacksonville, Boston and Providence 1

troduced, and every one of these of Tampa, assistant secretary and shine rife, and all Eastern Points.
heaven's dear who hears '
I am angel I
| told the secret of eternal life.
I plants produced sweet juiced fruit. treasurer. Calling at Charleston Both Ways.
and cheer the soursp
Amid ,
laughter .
I of will ,-John Goodspeed Saunders, in the
4 These statements a competent The board of directors elected
SEMI ii IIKLY S.ULI.XJS.Southbound
authority would appear to be conclusive -consist of the above named officers I Springfield, Mass.,) Republican. It

And from God's court fly to this vale but such is not the case. Mr. and the following: Charles H. Brown, . . . . From LeWis' Wharf, Boston.
I of tears CALIFORNIANS STAND FIRM. Northbound. . . . From foot Catharine St., Jacksonville
Marfayden, the author of the "Flora B. A. Carter, J. Gordon Cranfdrd, B. t ;
To ope prison doors, and set souls
s of Jamaica" another competent ob-!G. Lastinger T. G. Cullreth, A. S. I iI
St. River Line.
free Johns
; Clyde ,
I server, says that "it is a well established Pendelton, H. Weibert and W. T. B. If anything were needed to show
Faith, hope, love, my comrades true
that racial prejudice it not local and
Teach there is no sorrow heaven does fact, familiar to everyone wbohas Harrison. Between Jacksonville and Sanford ,
been any length of time in the Xt! a meeting of the directors of the confined alone to one section, the

not cure. island, that the seed of the sweet Jacksonville Naval Stores Companyheld j developments in the San Francisco- Supping i at I' a.tbstor, resfrd ( leLaai ) ati IntiraeiUtt .i. l ;
Japanese incident would seem to be s Landings ca St. Jciss LiTer r*
{ Then above our loved one he bent orange very frequently grows up into after the stockholders' meeting, : J.t

So tenderly, we knew not when he a tree bearing bitter fruit, numerous a dividend of 10 per cent was declared 'I sufficient to convince the most skep- South-Bound SCHEDULE NorthBoundRead

t' went, well attested instances of which have from the earnings of the past year anda tical.I Read down. up.

And the lily soul in his arms come to my knowledge. I am aware, large amount passed to the surplus I The San Francisco papers speak Leave 3-30 p. m . .Jacksonville . 77 Arrive 2>)-a. m.

Whispered back with its last breath, however, that the seed of the bitter fund. I for the community when they de- Leave 8 45 p.m. . . Palatka . . .Leave 8 00 p. m. "

t "Asleep in Jesus, there's no death orange has ever grown up in the sweet The directors of the Peninsula Naval nounce the president and :Metcalf Leave 3 00 am . . . Astor.Leave 3 30 p. ra.

r Saved by grace from all harm: I fruited variety. He, therefore con Stores Company also declared a |for thir inter-meddling. The San . . .. Beresford (DeLand) . Leave lOOp. m I

cludes that the bitter orange is the 10 per cent dividend and increased Francosco Argonaut thus expressesthe Arrive 8 30 a. m . . .Sanford . . leave 9 30 a. ra. I '

Oh, grief, why shed those tears? original stock, and points out that in their surplus largely. feelings of resentment and indig- Arrive 10 00 a. m. . . Enterprise . . Leave 10(.l a. m. ,

See, Faith to thae appears; ,certain soils the sweet orange may be The affairs of the Jacksonville Naval ,nation of the citizens of California: I

; And the resurrection angels ivineI I raised from seed, but in other soils Stores Company wil! uot be wound i i "We assure President Roosevelt, General Passenger and Ticket Office. 122 West Bay St., Jacksonville. t.

By our loved ones still sit and shine, the fruit of the tree so raised is moreor I up until February 1, on which date the ,I Secretary Root and Secretary Metcalf F. iI. I.5B.NMONGER-. JR.-, Ass't GM I PI" -agent. IU- Wast Bar Sl/Jackfoarilic.P1.- '
I sc. G. COOPER Ja.. Freight AIr nt. .
r. P. LO\'PLL. superwt.Vst.1.
l l Brightening all space, where before, less bitter. This fully accords with Peninsula Naval Stores. Company will I that it is immmaterial to the peopleof Foot of Hogan Str t', !.cJ."Onvi1Ie.! Fla t.

' t Was empty, darkness, nothing more. the behavior of other domesticated I,assume the place of the Jacksonville ,I II California what construction may \C. HAGERTY G D'I Ftst'Q: Pass. A&t NVwr PorkCLYDE MILSK. Genl Pr% Agt X. T.
\ i I THEO G. EGER, V.-P. and G. a.
be treaties and laws in far M.
in which find that under, put on so
plants, ,
'I Naval Stores Company at this point. General Offices, Pier 36 North River. .
Ah! gladder, more Joyous still, some circumstances, heridity is very i!,-Friday's Times Union. ''!as they effect the right to enter public Branch. 290 Broadway, New York. .,..

c f The dear voice, with heaven's music strong, while under others sit is very I Mr. B. "'. Blount, first \vice-pres-1 i schools of this state. The people of - -- .

f thrills, weak. The conclusion is then forced'I''ident and general manager of this |I California will never permit childrenof l
r "See our dear Lord, with our loved Asiatic descent to sit at the same
us that the sweet and former :
I upon orange mammoth concern was a
ones nOl dead, I' desk and the same room with ALL NCBSCRIPTIOXS PAYABLE 1AlfY.\CK
the bitter varieties j! occupy
are only his
1 orange ,!prominent citizen of Ocala, and
But living spirits, as He said; the white children. The I _. ----- --- I'w
l of a wild stock, which there is every 1 friends here are delighted with the I I governmentof -- .
Not in the shadowed grove found, the United States is but
reason to believe is a native of southern success he is having. i I powerful I
I But repealed to tear dimmed eyes, "
China aid Burmah. I it is not pouwerful enough for that. I

t with stars crowned." I .A Slight Blaze Friday Afternoon.. j jI' Citizens of San Francisco recently I rl OURCLUBLISTt

met and denounced Roosevelt, Met-
f Chamberlain's Cough Remedy a Safe I I
And from the starry courts above, Medicine for Children.In A fire ocurred at the residence of ,;calf and Root, and from indications

J- Floats back the lily's song of eterna buying a cough medicine for Mr. Frank Harris Friday afternon at'|'I there is intense feeling on the Pacific I

love children, never be afraid to buy Cham.'i' about half-past three o'clock and the coast, growing out of the intermed.I I ILL SUBSCRIPTIONS PAYABLE JD1'.1Jf'EWEEKLY. !
death berlain's Cough Remedy. There !
Faith, the victory that crowns .
with Chief Chambers :
ire[ department, r : s of the federal
danger from it and relief is always I j'
Twines it to an angel of light, '.&. -- -
sure to follow. It is intended especially !r in the lead, made a quick response; The proposition that Japanese f

Who bears us home as he sings for coughs, colds, croup and |,;i and with the chemical engine soon !should be admitted to white schoolsin
"Grave, Where's thy victory; Death, whooping cough and there is no 'I
fire but had into
bet"I''subdued the to bring : California is as bitterly resentedby
Where's thy sting?" ter medicine in the world for these ]
(I seases. It is not only a certain cure I requisition their picks and axes. i Californians as such a propositionthat !

A Great Lesson From a Little Girl. for croup but when given as soon as The fire ocurred between the walls ,:I negroes should be admitted to '

the croupy the attack.cough', hooping ippears will cough prevent is- i in the portion of the building where I the white schools in the south wouldbe I TilE: OCALA WEEKLY BAN SLU: awl The *emi- .

1' A story comes from Newark, N. J., 1 there[ are no electric wires, no chimney I j resented by the southerners. The
S not dangerous when this remedy is Weekly Jacksonville TiUle .eni one yt'ar 1.5Qf( ;
that Mary Vagiano 12 years old was given as directed. It contains no [ and no flue and how the fire orig-I same human nature is everywhere.It ,

burned to death during the Christ opium or other harmful drugs and inated and perhaps always is gratifying to know that Presi- THE ui'AIA( WEEKLY 15AXXE1J anti The Thrice r

of may be given as confidently to a baby a mystery. :j dent Roosevelt has receded from his a-Week New
mas holidays by reason a young i York'od one year . .$1.05THE
to adult. For
as an sale all
boy having thrown a lighted match by The neighbors and citizens quicklyresponded ;first position, and he now thinks] that ::
druggists. JI.\XXEu'and
: in her lap after lighting a cigarette.The m to the alarm and assisted II the states have some powers and j j UC'ALA WEEKLY The Weekly 't.-

father of the girl vowed vengeance Dr. Dodge Arrives. in every way possible in removing ,rights the government is bound to respect Atlanta Constitution, one year . . .$1....

; on the boy and said: Dr. Dodge of Bainbridge Ga., arrived the: furniture and helping in other !j in the matter. As the Journal THE OCALA WEEKLY BAXXEK and The AtlantaSemiWeekly L I,

"I'll burn him as he did my daughter in Ocala Friday afternoon and ays. Fortunately only a few things i!recently said the people of San Fran-

. t ." I is a guest at the Ocala House.Mr. were broken and very littlle damage j jivas cisco are fighting the white man's battles Journal I, one year . . .|1.75 ..

' The mother ana relatives did their Dodge has accepted the call to \ done. j! and the southern congressmen : THE OCALA "'EEKLY.SXElt and The Coin

utmost to induce the little one to give the Presbyterian church in thin city The editor extends his thanks to j should stand by them, and doubtlesswill
t uioiier (nr. J. Bryan's Paper ) one 1.50
members of the fire and
1 he company do
the name of the person responsible I and preached his first sermon in ; so.

for her death, but she refused. this city on Sunday morning. :ill others who lent their assistance I iI THE OCALA "'EtKLY.XXEU and The Toledo

1'apa would hurt him and then Dodge was for anumber of years pas,4 lr'l i, during the fire. t: "Can't afford Pointed it "Paragraphs.is Blade (Weekly) one year . . . $1.50 \.
papa would go to jail," said the child.: tor of the First Presbyterian church I 1 a poor excuse.

"1 don't want papa to be in jail when of Jacksonville going from there to Lieut. Mala Haughton. Ii Most of our lunatic asylums are TIlE OCALA WEEKLY BA>TNEK and The Savannah i' ,
I Mala Haughton. of this city, is one filled with critics.A .
1 get better. Bainbridge. 'here he has been for several Df the students at the Georgia [i1i-1 man who harps on one string isn't Weekly News, one year. . . . .|1.73:
Finding that
questioning was use- years past. This paper extends I jj
,tary: Academy at College Park, Ga. I necessarily high-strung.
less, relatives said that even with the to Mr. Dodge a very cordial welcome I
from The last issue of the college pa-I It is difficult for a man to keep cool DAILY.l
assurance the father that no to his new home and hopes that his |. k
harm would be done the boy the child per, the Gamilacad, contained the fol- !when he is between tvo fires. i
stay among us will be a very pleasant i
refused up to the last. one. "| lowing notice: i Truth isn't always a thing of beau
"I know you'll mad:' i! I At a recent meeting of the Athletic ;(ty, but it isn't the truth's fault. THE OCALA: D.IJ..YXXEH and The Daily Savannah -.
get was the Mr*. Dodge and their daughter Mrs. I 1
child's answer TO the father I Mary Dodge Martox are viMtms rnlanves '' Association Lieut. Haughton was j The shadow of suspicion often results News, one year. . . . .41.50( '
'elected captain of the baseball team. : from the of reflections. .l
i grief-stricken mother said hal m JatkboDM'i.! and will join' THE OCALA D..ILYXXEI: and The Daily
her child could We think no better selection could J When political grafters fall out )}
nave conceived Mr
Dodge here in a sour While.tLS Jacksonville Times-Union one year..41".50
have been made as he is'ery popu- honest newspaper men get a lot of I
---;, -. ;. lar and was, last year one of our j copy. 11\1 'f, HE OCALA .\ BANNER and The Daily Atlanta .

i 1T ,best players and all the old boys will i' The girl who is chummy wih her (NI 9 Journal. one year . . . . .8.50
I remember the hit that won the J father and brothers hasn't
pen- much to
i J>'urnal ( including Sunday ), one year. .$10.00 ,
nant for G. M. A., and we feel sure fear from other men.
T I : TIIK( I : OCALA DAILY and Atlanta Daily
ii:; : BVNNER i I.
jllUlijJiUiltiluJiiJ I that G. M. A., under his leadership, Bad weather often proves a bles- z

j' will win the pennant.The sing in disguise by affording people
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u1 Gamilacad contains three pictures something to talk about.-Chicago I 1 '';' ';" Jo.
I in its last issue of Lieut. Haugh-i.'News. ALL' fcT/JNf('NIPTITS PAYABLE IXItV\ I\f'r: .
' r on, who is the paper's salaaagundi,
Where you find Shield Brand Shoes /
editor. Is New York Progressive -- - -

i it is a safe place) to trade, because He is popular student and There are nearly five mililon people Address All Orders to -- r
in the Greater of New York less
City : > i
3 they are sold by reliable merchants i winning many laurels at his collect 1 than two million twent years ago

everywhere Be sure to ask for l Then it took an hour for a streetcar I THE OCALA BANNER

3 --- I'' to so; to 59th street; now S mini -

1 : liser's ling $3.50 Shoe Tne Case Against C. A. Liddon. II I OCALA, FLORIDA. -

1! '1'- v.".'in was engaged all day Fri- I I.IOV.l.,,.. ? T7'.. ,1<'II V '-l .''. rf. MACK A }

for men, and YOU will get your n '::11::' trial of the case against I. : x tilt
_;4f----- ::-- ALL IX ADV' I INCE T
I worth. Made i \>> I' A Li''i'on? charged with attempt- i : -
monej 3"7 ..: : "". .... .. .. ..... .. .. ':,
'r'!* i ;HiV one of the -"J "' "':' ::::t'
county com"ltlU"rs. r ?
J and all the ..
styles popular -::.; H.> ," .!'j ? . Leathers Patent Colt Vici ,-' <' .: -n" ;.' -,'. -- -- -
I <" .....__ .
TtltJllTY failed to agree and a mistrial : "- 0- ; r
i .
0 utes through the subway. I gallon.L.
Gun Metal, Box Calf, etc was the result. I Ij j FUNERALDIRECTORS Now more paiting is done with one I! & M. trade! for one-third of a ,
gallon of L. & M. than with two gal
=x M. C. Riser Company Why Suffer From Rheumatism? I Ii lons of ordinary mixed paint. I century.. -
M i Do you know that rheumatism pr'ns : Besides the L. & M. Zinc hardensthe Sold by Mclver & MaeKay. Ocala, 1
anufactUf'eNITLJlJlT.II can be relieved? If you doubt this last L. & M. White Lead and makes Fla. 3-B iiMr.
./ GEORGIA 131ee e.l try one application of Chamberlain'sPain --1- the L. & M. Paint wear like iron for
Balm. It will make rest and Hav a full s'wk of Coffins Oa;.,keUiml 10 to 15 years.
sleep possible, and that certainly Burial l Outfit Sot-ctal given, to 4 gallons of L. & M. Paint mixed Albert Anson Graham has returned
means a great deal to and one af- Ruritl ..f\.ilP8.. with three gallons Linseed Oil will to Gainesville. He is in love
flicted with rheumatism. For sale by paint a moderate sized house.
: ? all Embalming to Order with the "UnlTersitj city:
druggists. m Actual cost L. & M. about $1.20 per

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}! ;C; I In the exercise of authority by a.. NqTICE OF APPLICATION FOR I'operated to and from United States NOTICE: OF APPLICATION! FOR NOTICE.

't drnIir S ;Ei hi:;( I oT.cer of the iaw tiff gn-aie cautioi> CHARTER. '''and,; Foreign Countries; to load LETTERS PATENT. I -
t 'and discharge cargoes of freight of In Marion Circuit ('Ju-t. Tit'.. J.idl-
'ttit; :I .-,.... -..,,,. '..,: ., 'J should bf exercised rut1! except in txtraordinary Notice is hereby given that the! undersigned any kind ; to lease, own and orate NOTICE is hereby given that we,. i' cial Circuit or Florida.
,1 I ;- : .' cases no nan's home intend the Governor I'terminals warehouses, docks marine the four weeks -
rt-t" \.. o to apply to undersigned, after: UK;:! |
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.... .:.. .,,." j" :, .' ;. should be invaded viii.0'r the officer of the State of Florida on the. railways and elevators, and to do all ;first publication of this notice will[: Tampa & Jacksonville Railway Company
r,1" i. I I with .. 2vh day of January A. D., U.IJi, for ; classes; of stevedoring connected :apply to the Governor of the State. I' a Corporation. Organized and
bo doing properly provided
t iytcK. 13.a 'I t'..-:;... .- i Letters Patent on the proposed ; therewith.To i jof Florida for Letters Patent to issue. Existing Under the Laws ot the
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SA'T51'i :. .l'...';-.'.\' '.. .. -;.., The (heroupou which this government i the original cf which is on are incidental or conductive I i G. W./ E.-\STERI.XG, I er.-Notice of Condemnation
oJ. Pco-
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PlICYlIev''II 11,1 1 .'......:.: >.L. ::,: .,- If! .fI is grounded is that a "man's file in the offlce of the Secretary of ; to the attainment of the R. S. HALL, I .
Cf fA'JYVUKS><- 'TO 65 '.-1HARKFT .'..: ..- : +t.cr.._ I I State at Tallahassee, Florida. : objects of any of them above named, I J. C. BOOZER. ceedings.
fro tic ," I' ,i home; is his castle, Its precincts are I
R StS8fSAfrT A.s. Uu j All ',l.o' <' .c ,.> GEO. F. ARMSTRONG, i, which may be conveniently earned oa COPY OF THE PROPOSED CHAR Notice is hereby given to all per-
' TltCIIMAN'iiiNOTAFOSD1C .- "" .' ",:. t i. I sacred from infus'an; this, indeed, JOHN R. WILLAIMS, I and done in connection therewith TER OF THE EASTERLING. I I sons interested in or having a Hen $

b .HI CWf 'Ti- A. .1. if ,.' .:..... 9 is what djtciemiates! this nation W. N. CAMP, which may be calculated to directlyor DRUG COMPANY.We on the following described property,
:lICE 2S CENTS- <"!"!' 5icuciiso
t. cf the natirns of the eani.! I indirectly enhance the value of situate, lying and being in Marion
t-- VSQSL'tara tcE1At ;.A:: c1\wD ev j from most O. T. GREEN, the undersigned hereby associate -

Qcitn! u& Sly' V.,'.\'T,P.\UT1.! and this theory should ',e well grounded F. D. M. STRACHAN. i or render profitable any business or ; ourselves together for the purpose county, Florida and more particularly -
of the
;LA. GEO. WALKER property company. described as follows, to-wit:
...,- in!o tie minds of those whose duty Ii ARTICLE III. i of becoming incorporated under A strip of land one hundred
I ROBT. W. GROVES.The the Laws of the State of Florida applicable and
t it is to administer our laws. The undersigned do hereby associate 0 The amount of capital stock author to for fifty feet wide situate in the north-
corporations profit.
'r CITY MAT ERS. ,courts she i-1d tcrnally hammer this themselves together as a body ized by the corporation will be Two Article 1. west quarter of .section 10 township

tutu the brains of our executive of corporate under the provisions of the Hundred Thousand Dollars, divided 14, range 20, and more particularly
I statute laws of the State of Florida into two thousand shares of the par I NAME. described as follows: Seventy-fire

Adjourned meeting u! the city coun ficers. and do publish the following articlesof value of One Hundred Dollars per The name of this corporation shall feet on each side of the center line

('11. incorporation: share, payable in lawful money of be THE EASTERLING DRUG COM-
The city council held meeting at Modern Progress in New York. ARTICLE I. the United States the same to be non PAXY, and its principal place of of the survey of the Tampa & Jack-
y 0iee buildings 2G: stones high; assessable and to be issued when the business shall be OCALA Marion sonville railway company, starting; ata
the council chamber OL this the 8thr containing thousand offict.'s.Iany The name of this corporation shall point on the center line of section
a I money therefor has been paid into the County Florida; but it may establish
d. day of January. J0o7.f + painted with the L. & M. MUTUAL: MINING! COMPANY. treasury. offices and agencies in any other placeor 10, five hundred and twenty-nine ((529)
The principal place of business of this t feet west of the center corner of the ;
Hotels covering a city block containing
Present i ana eliding.{ A. G. Gates ARTICLE IV. places in or out of the State of
1.40D rooms: subway navel corporation shall be at Ocala, Flor-1 said sec. thence east eight degrees and
The for which this
term Florida. .
; presi if! M, T. J. Owen J E. C ace, G. ida. with such Branch offices as may company
15 miles an hour. shall exist shall be ninety-nine years. Article II. fifty-five minutes east to the north
A. CariricLael: i: K. Nelson, C. K. This is modern be adopted by the board of directors. !
progress.L. line of
ARTICLE V. I BUSINESS.The said section 10 and containing
Sage:, J. I). Robinson and B. A. Weatn- & M. Paint is modern progress ARTICLE II. I nine and three-tenths
The general nature of the businessto The business of this corporation I general nature of the business to acres moreor
ers ccnincilmeu I paint less; to be and appear before this
Buy oil fres'1 front the barrel and be transacted by this corporation shall be conducted by a President be transacted is-
Minutes of January 1, 1913;, read aiid shall be to on the business of i 1. To and sell seeds and Honorable court on the
all it'to L. & M. Paint which is semi : carry Vice-President, who shall also be buy drugs Fourth day of February A. D. 1907
approved.Dr. mixed. mining and prospecting for phosphate, General Manager. Secretary and all articles usually bought and sold l
being the first of said
Cl'acc- moved that bonds be 4 gallons L .& :M. Paint mixed with and all kinds of minerals and other Treasurer, both of which offices may in conducting a wholesale and retail same month and a rule day of said court 1

checked ni with leceiDts as :3 gallons Linseed Oil at 50+ cents a materials, to erect works, plants, ma I be held by the same person, if desired drug business; to show cause, if any, why said property {!
I less chinery to search for prospect and 2 To fill prescription:
gallon makes actual cost paint and by a board of 7 directorsof should be
not condemned and
and spat same be burned; duly car than! $1.i> per gallon. mine phosphate and phosphatic mater / whom the President Vice-President. 3. To own and operate a soda fountor taken for uses and shown 't

ried. If the slightest defects exists in ials and other mineral substances; to Secretary and Treasurer shall be soda fountains, ice cream and soft purposes as
filed herewith else
Thereupon council proceeded to ex- the L. & M. Paint that has been usedon crush wash saielt. reduce and oth members. All of said officers of said drink parlor, dealing in such drinksas to by be barred petition of all right title and or interest *
house it will -repainted for erwise render marketable the same; corporation shall be stockholders is customary;
an.ine electric} lighting bonds and any whatsoever in and to saidproperty. .
nothing. to purchase, lease sell and dispose therein and all .of said officers shall 4. To buy own, sell and controlall
the gereral bonds!' and coupons thereto thereof and develop the resourcesof II kinds of real and personal .
Sold by Mclver & :MacKay Ocala, be elected by the stockholders at their prop-
. att3 C''lcl. which were found properly Fla. 1-B any such mines and propertywhether I II annual meeting to be held on the last erty; In witness whereof I have hereuntoset

described in minutes: of January 1, belonging to this company or Tuesday in December of each year. !5. To do all things necessary reason my hand and affixed the seal of

19't7' and in the presence of council Why a Young Teacher Changed Her I not and to carry on the business ofa I George F. Armstrong shall be Pres- able and reQuite in carrying out the said court, this 15th day of December,

I Mind. trading company in all its branches. ident. purposes of this corporation. 190C.
and mayor the president proceeded to To carry on the business of phosphate John R. Williams shall be Vice-Pres- Article III. (seal) S. T. SISTRUNK,

burn sal" bonds. I miners and grinders, manufac- ident and General Manager. CAPITAL STOCK. Clerk Circuit Court.

Upon motio- the nld! council there i The following story comes to us turers of super-phosphate ammonia, j ii'' Robert W. Groves shall be Secre- The amount of the capital stock of this By George Leitner D. C.
r from Nebraska: fixed or dissolved and other j F. M. SIMONTON. J'
and Treasurer and with O. T.
and L. T. Izlar. tary ;
upcn adjourned Mayor j! corporaticn shall be; TEN THOUSAND
>-" There are those in Nebraska who no chemical fertilizers, makers and refiners -i Green, William N. Camp, George P. DOLLARS. 10000.00, divided into Attorney for Petitioner. 12-21 !
who had previously qualified, proceedde '
longer agree with President Roosevelt of sulphuric acid and sulphate I Walker and Frank D. M. Strachan One Hundred Shares of the ra]- t
,f to administer oath of office to J.o of ammonia, seed crushers and oil pal OOOOOOOOO I
shall constitute the first board of di-
in his theory of co-education of re-I ue of ONE HUNDRED DOLLARS
W. Crosby, Chas. Uhtinauer, J. D. finers and oil cake manufacturers rectors, all of said officers to be con- ($100.00), each, all of which said au- O' 0 1
white children with the youth of other -
Ruben sen and G. .\. Oarmichael, the importers of and dealers in Peruvianand I tinued in office and conduct the business thorized capital stock shall be payablein O' 0 I

races. other guanos, phosphate nitrate I of the corporation until the elec- cash. O' 0 :

newly elected: emuciluen.Tl This difference of view was caused of soda, sulphate ammonia, and similar tion and qualification of their successors Article IV. 0' Dr. D. M. BONEY. 0
Owen |
council thru 1:1.'ctedlr. substances and products.
I at the first election to be held under -
by the wedding ofIiss Flora TERM.The 0 Eyesight Specialist '.0
temporary chairman, who stated that To purchase and otherwise acquire, the provisions of this article.
French a beautiful white girl of Cherry build erect equip and maintain any term for which this corporationshall
nominations were in order for prei- ARTICLE VI. .. .
I .
: county, with a full blooded Indian mining rights, lands, houses factories j I exist is Ninety-nine years. t'F ...'.." .- .- ,
I The of indebtedness r
highest amount !
tt-nt cf. council.Mr. : Article V. k ._. ..". -Z".. .,.-..:. .,:,. ..
who had attended school with, her.' machinery rents rights, privileges -: or liability to which this corporationshall I .t't. -, f.. .1.
Sage nominated Mr. J. D. Robertson ,! exemptions and property of any | OFFICERS.The 'Jj".L .l.j_ at ., _
and won her for his br d.e.Iiss Lulu at any time subject itself shall be t ')1<.. .'r.,'!" .. ,
tor president which was sec- description, whether real or personal ] Two Hundred Thousand Dollars. I business of this corporation to; '.. ,,= ... ., \ '4,>- ... ,
F !Kortz. county superintendent of Cher which be deemed useful or conductive :r" -..{.. .... l
i may ARTICLE VII. shall be conducted President ., J
I by a -
t rrtsby.Mr. 'W.
(sIIsled by Mr. I ,h-.... .. ..._ '. .4 '
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county, has become positively '' to the attainments of any of II j Gates nominated Mr. Sage ry The Dames of the :subscribers to a Viee-President. a Secretary and .. : h' -'. 1
i alarmed at tfce- leniency of common .I;the objects; of the company: and c these articles are as fallows: and I Treasurer, and a Board of Directors, I L _---:::-:: it a. 'I. '- f '!,., '. ,

:j ,':111l'118'= seconded by ;llr. Nel-son. j schooling of two different races. I use, manage, develop, lei, sell exchange ; their places of residence is set opposite composed of not Jess than thn-e nor "i 5"_,,__ : : -.- -, .:It- _:.'. -,t" :?-". r! i 1
The chair appointed Messrs. v"f- | or otherwise turn to account } each name, together with the more than five, to be elected at the '." .. ... .
:? son and! Carmichael teller- Miss French who is from one of \or deal with or dispose of the same iI t tI amount of stock subscribed for by annual meeting of the Stockholdersto f ...-. -1 /r" #ff ig
the !best families in Cherry (county I I'as may be necessary, advisable for each. be held on the secondlondar in ; '
One ballot cast and Mr. Rober '
was married! the Indian Saturday. The the purpose of the company. I February A. D. 1907, and annually ; ;r" j1.U lIM; ,
nwlml five voles and Air. Sa::ej i I Ii I
ten To acquire any inventions or the Snares ot thereafter on the second Monday in
school teacher used her to
three. I I IMi. I right to use any inventions capable of Xame. Residence Capital Stock.
in each provided thatthf'
i February
!! year; : 0 I make of 0 .
but to avail a specialty
prevent the marriage, no being used frr connected I George F. Armsliong- Savannah, r.a. 600Villiim
elected: i any purpose Treasurermay
Robertson was declared j i \ N Camp Ocala. Fla. coo offices of Secretary and
chairman whereupon he took: the ;the girl twitting her that her Indian :with any of the business or erai John K. Williams, Ala.-hm. Fla (oo be held by one and the same 10' correcting eyes
( lover was as well educated, has as ,i tions of the company. and to acquire!! Robert W. Groves Savannah G:&. i I Stockholder. The following named I ers fail. 0
chair. ,or cause to be applied for and obtained i I F. D M. trachan, Brunswick Ga. i 0 Satisfaction guaranteed 0
officers shall conduct the business of I
good manners and in all respectswas George P. Walker savannah. Ga. i
Mr. Carmichael nominated Mr. Ow- :;, any letters patent or concessions'! O. T. Green. Ocala. Fla. i this corporation until those elected at or money refunded. 0

,\\1 en president pro tern whose election as desirable as the white boys, :of analogous character in respect of i ii | I the first annual meeting shall qualify; I I0 --- 0

P was declared unanimnua.w and therefore there could be no rea- :i any inventions and to grant and is : Witness the signatures of the sub President G. W. Easterling; Vice- O' OPTICAL PARLORS 0 .,

son fo rejecting him because of his ;:'sue licenses for the use of any such I scribing incorporators: President R. S. Hall; Secretary and O' 2 and 4 Gary Building. '. 0
President Robertson extended opportunity inventions such terms and con I GEO. F. ARMSTRONG 600 shares .
,.. ; skin. : upon Treasurer J. C. Boozer; Board of Directors 0 Ocala Florida.oooooooo. 0
,- to mayor for address and :ditions as may be deemed expedient. I WILLIAM N. CAMP, 600 shares, G. W. Easterling, R. SHall '
: 0 s
of the tribe will be
:Mayor 1'.lar presented his message, "Squaws now I To sell or otherwise dispose of all JOHN R. WILLIAMS 600 shares, and J. C. Boozer. O'
And requested a earoful ronsido: ratloal Flora's companions,' says Miss Kortz. I or any part of the business propertyand I 0. T. Green, 1 share, Article VI. O' 0

"She must make her home in the wig :. assets of the company, and to j GEORGE P. WALKER 1 share, INDEBTEDNESS.The O' 0

of the matters submitted and asked a wam or shanty of her husband. It I;accept in payment for any property i ROBERT W. GROVES, 1 share, I highest amount of indebtednessshall o o o

hearty support in his efforts for the sold by the company or otherwise dis F. D. M. STRACHAN, 1 share not at any time exceed TWENTY
was to me a tragedy. I am now in ,i posed of, or for work done services '- -
upbuilding! and growth the city : : THOUSAND DOLLARS. (? Q'-I
favor of separate schools for red and ,, rendered, moneys expended. Snares,
both materially and moral!). I State of Georgia. 000.00).
F.x. IarlcConathy was also extended )'el1oand black and white." j j jI jj stocks debentures, or obligations of'' County of Chatham, Article VII. It Will

_nI j any company and to hold, deal with I I hereby certify that before me personally SUBSCRIBERS.The I .,
an invitation for a speechho I ;and dispose of the same. i and of residence,
Mistaking Harley Hammond forTim appeared George F. Armstrong I names places
responded and thanked council for I I | To purchase and otherwise acquire. i! William N. Camp. John R. I together with the amount of the Capital -
Wilson the mad painter who ran
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support given him in the past and and undertake all or any part of the Williams, Robert W. Groves, George Stock subscribed for by each is Pay }

congratulated city on h Hing1 r. Iz- amuck in Bowling Green, Ky., several I business, property or liability of any | P. Walker and 0. T. Green each of I as follows:

days ago, James Dashwood, shot and Mother I I company carrying on any bus. i j whom are to me well known as the G. W Easterling, Ocala. Fla." -,
lar for mayor. killed Hammond at Franklin. Bowling : iness which this company is authorized I persons who subscribed to the foregoing I 50 shares. -

Upon motion of Mr. Carmichat'lAt Green was excited over the killing to carry on, or possessed of any. | articles of incorporation, and R. S. Hall Ocala Fla., 25 shares.J. You have any Real Estate
major's message was ordered filed for !property suitable for the purposes ol each of whom acknewledged before C. Boozer Ocala Fla., 25 shares. J F to sell
future information. of Wilson, who is still at large. this company. me that he signed the said articles ,

The worst feature about the killing j [: To issue shares in the capital stocliI iof incorporation as one of the sub- State of Florida, UlfYou're

Council thereupon adjourned. .I was the fact that Dashwood was tot I ;1 jof thk-: company either as fully or j scribers to said articles and each of County of Marion.On .
H. C. SISTRUNK i partly paid in for this day personally came G. W.
; up, exchange any i said subscribing incorporators acknowledged thinking of comiiig
that he was mistaken in his man and I 1 R. S. Hall and J. C. 1C
Clerk City Ocala. :property or for shares or obligations before me that he had sub- Easterliag,
tot :that Hammond was not Wilson. ''of any other company or corporation. I i scribed for the amount of capital I Boozer to me well known to he the 11 to Florida for a

I jwbetner I incorporated in the United individuals described in and who
PERSONAL LIBERTY.In i stock set opposite his name. I
t: i I According to the account of the eas.1 I States or elsewhere having objects the i I further certify that I am a duly subscribed their names to the fl.rl'- OR
same as or similar in whole or to | ing articles of incorporation and acknowledged
.1 part commissioned Notary-Public, under
wimenting upon the arrest of..tern Greeks the world is ;,41;) yearsold I sub-
0 those of this company. .!the laws of Georgia, and that myi before me that they : You desire to illyest in any
Mis. T'uutman, the wife of an eminent I ; according to the Latin church I To amalgamate with any other com commission as such official is now in scribed the same for the uses and purposes I1 kind of :Florida property,

.Yeif Yofl. physic-ten, by a New I..7,\ %; by Roman chronology, ),S51 : tipt.ny I corporation, partnership tin- i[ therein set forth and expressed.

York policeman taking her to the police i'by the Jewish Rabbles, ,t6S. : or person, with objects the twen-ty-fourth In witness whereof I have hereuntoset TO SEE
/same similar to the of I my; band and official seal this the
as or
; In witness whereof, } nan hereunto
station and( locking: her up with I ( Oil tVOCALA. 11TF
.1}this company or any of them, i>onany set my hand and affixed my official 19th. day of December, A. D. !%\&.

characters more or less disreputable. .!! TAX ASSESSOR'S NOTICE.I terms under any conditions or i seal this the fourteenth day of Deicember tsea5 F. \V. DITTO,

the Tallahassee Sun, Claude L'L'ngle's. !i restrictions and with or without guarantees I A. D., 1906. I Notary Public.

1'ublicatiuii. says: I will be at the following places o nf for the performance of any (seal) J. J. GAUDIlY, My commission expires 21st day of J J. H.LIVINGSTQN &SONS
"It is a compaatively I simple mat- j time specified to receive returns o special obligation of any other personor I Xotary Public, I March, 190S.

property and agricultural statistics. 1 t Chatham County Ga. FLORIDA.
ter for a policeman to walk up to any j jIH I Save trouble by bringing deeds or last j To company.promote establish or procure I I NOTICE.

.rs -nfl. grab him by the collar and :tax receipt and never trust to memo the incorporation of any company, society I -

say, 'You are my prisoner," and I ory in making tax returns. partnership or undertaking. ando State of Georgia 1906 taxes are HOW due. WATERMELONSEEDS]

S hate: noticed that as soon as the average I January. ( subscribe or take by way of purchase i, County of Glynn. 1. Taxes are due and payable on

policeman huts his arresting hand I )Martel 2S, a. m. security or otherwise, and to : I hereby certify that before me personally the first Monday of NovemLeach !
Cotton Plant 2S, p. m. offer for public or private subscriptionor i appeared Frank D. M. Strach- year. .

0(-. /. on the average citizen the officer is, 'I Heidtsville, 29, from 11 a. m., to 2 to negotiate the sale of the shares !| an, to me well known as one cf the 2. Personal and poll taxes must be

from that moment, firmly convinced !p. m. bonds and obligations of any such i' persons who subscribed to the foregoing paid at the same time that real estateis

of his. pilsner's guilt and will do ever February. company society or undertaking, and '! articles of incorporation. and acknowledged paid on, if the assessments are to If011 can't buy 114nr.tT'S"

I thing pcssiblu to convict him. Blitchton, 1. to make any contracts leases or I before me that he signed the same party. seed frdm your dealer send for my"Special"
Kendrick 4, a. m. agreements in relation thereto. the said articles of incorporation as I 3. If possible cone in person to wholesale prices in P :'anti-

t "The testimony that the policeman Martin 4, p. m. To borrow or raise money for the :one of the subscribers to said articles I pay your taxes. Paying by mail or ties, buy seed from the "GROWER'

rives us the trials is colored by his I Lowell, 5, a. m. purposes of the company; to create, and' as one of the said subscribing incorporators ;through other parties, is frequently and get the best at low place I

rt-conceived conviction of the guilt of Reddick 5. p. m. execute and issue bonds or debentures I acknowledged before me I I unsatisf actory. have all the standard sorts a- well

his victim and bis desire to justify I Fairfield C, a. m. stocks mortgages and other :that he had subscribed for the amount 4. When you come to pay your taxes. as the valuable new sorts A '1,1': .-j

Irvine 6, p. ia. instruments Ito( bearer or otherwise, i of capita! stock set opposite his name.I bring a description from your deedor

hi* act. Flemington, 7, a. m. and either redeemable or perpetual)! |I I further certify that I ara a duly latest tax receipt of what yon wishto D. H. GILBERT ,

I When jn innocent person is subjected Central S, a. m. for the securing and repayment thereof I commissioned Notary Public under pay on.

i to this treat '.1. what recompense .! Geiger 8, p. m with or without charge upon all : the Laws cf Georgia. and that my I 3. Don't wait till last few days of Monticello Fla.UrofceetonaL
does the law prOiJeo:1e., ev II j McIntosh 9. or any of the property of the com j'commission as such official is now in time to pay, then expect the best service .
Shady 11, a. m. and such terms to priority Ii either mall il The
pany, upon as force and does not expire until lath by or person.
r ct'pr that which come of a clearing Santos 11, p. m. or otherwise as the company {i day of January. A. D.. 19! > !rush is then on and delays; are una

E of h.s i-ane from :!.1P ch3.rgewhich I IMleview! 12. shall think at. In witness wrereof. I have her'-'mt-) voidable. You must take your turn

Pedro: 1C, a. m.Levon To lend invest and deal with - .......
he has never contemplated; cjnimiting mon- J set my hand and affixed: my cSeia1seal as it comes. '- -- -

\ and the remote possibility of 13, p. m. ey of the company not immediately !1 this the 17th day of December. You must have roar property prop *. D FCLI.!!&. L. F. BLALOCK,
Suamierfield 14 a m. required, upon such security or with- A. D., 19t-6. erly assessed. if you wish to avoid ; St a L Loci;.
getting pecuniary damages .from the Candler 15 a. m. oat security and in such manner as I (seal) GEO. K. SMITH: trouble in payment of taxes. The collector -I.I .1 FTu.D.

city: employing the policeman or the Ocklawaha 15, p. m. from time to time may be determin- 12-2S Notary Public. cannot alter the valuation or Daati.ts,

I bond of the arresting officer.whoe"r Eastlake 1C. a. m. ed.To I description of assessments found on 'Over Martse & ChanWu Bi.k Weirsdale 16. p. m. raise loans or otherwise -
money upon
h". the tax
;>r he .
may For a Two Cert Stamp.A I
Linadale IS
a. m.
for the purposes of the com E. L. CARNET t R'CGS.
i "This wi'.l! not efface from the mindof Moss Bluff 19, a. m. pany. common process has been discovered -. 11-9-tf Tax Collector. i --

the -.ictim he memory of the Electra U-. p. m. To make accept, endorse and exe- to possess healing propertis ATTORNEYATLAW.OSce .

odium cast upon him. Lynne 20, from S to 10 a. m. cute promissory notes, bills of exchange known nretofore. but surpassing any ADMINISTRATOR'S NOTICE OF ( : in Garl.Agnew Blocs)
Grahamville 20, from 12 to 2 p. m. and other negotiable instru SETTLEMENT AND DIS OCALA rt-OUDl.
"The safeguards around personal ether drug. The discoverer will for :
J Connor 20, from 2 to :5 p. m. ments. CHARGE. t : ml ar
fhold be abundant that it a two cent stamp, tell anyone what !
: so Churchill 21. p. m. To purchase, construct, lease own SPES'EJl.'TORXEY.AT.LA.
L it is. Address X, Puu1 pi, Fla. x : EDWIN _
\. would be impossible for an expe'fence Eureka 22, a. m. and operate rail or tram roads or Notice is hereby given that on the

such as Mrs. Irautman suffered Daisy 22 p. m. canals, for the purposes of its own -- I 8th day of May A. D., 1907, \'! W,

1 \ to come to any other citizen, man Fort McCoy 23, a. m. business, but not as a common carrier Colts Strayed or Stolen-From my the undersigned will present his OCALA. !r-3-T LOJJD4

Anthony 25. I I having none of the rights and place at Pedro, December IS sorrel final accounts and vouchers to Joseph
t or woman. Sparr 2C;, a. m. E. CH4&E.
privileges of common carriers: or Bell. county judge. Marion county J _
f A dorm is jcri-atiy reeded in our Pine, (school house) 2C, p. m. none of the duties, obligations or lia mare colt two and a half years old, Florida at his office at Ocala and

f Orange Springs 27, p. m. bilities of common carriers; to lendar tail scar on inside of right make final settlement and apply for DENTIST
;suspected. of crime. Citra 2S. operate:construct lease and maintain fore leg a few white scars over her; final discharge as administrator of OCALA ro
Ocala. all of March. sawmills, turpentine stills and cue sorrel horse colt, eight months estate of J. Porter Smith deceased.
"Greater c'idencebould be needed The law requires all tax returns to L. 8ISTRCNK.
plants; to purchase and sell naval in face white hind November 2, pARLOS
old star one
thin the raising of the finger of suspicion 1:ie in by 1st of April. I stores, foreign or domestic; to construct I '1'. N. SMITH,
ALFRED foot. Will give $10.00 for thei're- AT TOUET.AT.LAW.
by ar. unkno7.7i AYER purchase', fcase and charter As Administrator of the Estate of J.
person. it i,.HI Assessor. steam vessels and other craft to be I turn to W. H. Proctor. Perdo. Fla. j, Porter Smith Deceased. ll-2-6m x3.ml, )...;sic IlIitltlul


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t z alyze the contract, it strikes me as :
r a very onerous burden upon the city. C
;, and that much more is paid out i ix in 411 dAttto
; this item that the city gets value i iceived re.1 c -dE
for. I understand that this : : II id .,.. .......=-; 4 subject is now in course of investi'I4
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i' t gation by a committee appointed tJy I .
; City council and therefore I shall SUs'l.

pend further remarks upon it :
t that committee reports, or until my ( HA Y I ::1 OATS.B .

own investigations supply me with i n-' i I C 4li
lable facts and figures, which may '
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enable me to make some practic ;
F recommendations fur the desired rl" C {- t: .,.. -
: Kef.:
,. Conclusion. I CI Ii ,-
: In conclusion I respectfully solicjjjir 14 -- I
.' careful consideration of all i.ra -- ./
I .r t ,r3_ herein submitted, and such as II ( -
t -ay ereinafter submit for your i in I tformt.n. 'rD yfl
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; I ask your united <-aIKS :' : ?- -
S : and hearty support in all efforT,' "- .PJ
r which! may make for the upbuiluu) -
; and grc/.vth; of our city in all of i it__ i: 7 -- .J

e ;' r"lts'-mallnal1y and morally: /\ I --

t' the end that the year 1907 may Jiron' >- i.,
he lest and most prosperous of aIn ,a
: J y-
the h1 story of the city for all lIf >-
t": our citizens. I hope that our labor I k- *. 0:9pie+81tio0e.fbo9lOOb.***444W .6Pet9erAi936 jcEF 04+f+r 40p600s eft v t.fib +Q i4e6eo P iv4oiilei '

together may be pleasant and ha" t

3 monlous, plenty among and oun prosperity elves. and may thai 1 lit' I I s:

1 k { the De.heritage of LAI'IIIR all of our T. IZLAR.fellow riin .. Let Us Quote You Prices I It

,! Mayor of the City of Ocala, Fla. :

January S, 1n7., c .......$ad4'4soo.froooso4oaswoFOoooootr" '.';: ........o-osaososao..s e( ..;. ay oesoon e+"...U.o.".eootaoe ..44>+.... f'
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,,. DAY OF LEE. : -

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: Headquarters< Florida Division Unite
". Confederate! Veterans.. C! a.-
V Jacksonville, Fla., Jan. 5, 19u;. C! ,. :
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General Order No. 3. Correct Series. C '
In compliance with General Order: r,. +tir
N> iS, from General Headquarters at : -

l>'e w Orleans, the Camps cf Florida .
Division United Confederate Veterans. t1 ,a>D
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fire hereby: called to commemorate the ,
: one hundredth anniversary of the Cf
birth of Robert E. Lee, on Saturday .
Jan. 13:. Ii>o7, by public service to beheld II

at noon of that day or as near : ...
that hour as possible, the character of f -
the services to be as shall be arrangedfor I -O

each locality, except that it is requested NNi.0oo6o0oN.00NNi.o000OOONNOO................ ...............OOON.oN.oooHmN000t10Mi o.?v.0oo.o............ ,
in the General Order referred : t31Y
to that the following hymns be used' ,
t "How Firm a Foundation," and "For ,
all the Saints who from their Labor CII
Ke t"
.Although: Saturday is the b-isiest: : I :
day of the week yet the men and women C --.. .
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ol the south-aye, those amongus 5
1 who are from the north-will gladly .r -!
I -(83fjf
f, turn a little while from busy cares t 4! -
t and demands of business life to do C Wholesale Grocers
honor to the memory of one of Am 'r ,

lea's greatest sons, and of whom it :
t May truly be said: tI
"None knew him but to love him; fi! I
. None named him but to praise." 4 OGALA ,. ,. FLORIDA. -
t The United Daughters of the Con- : ,

r Jelerao', the United Sons of Conft'll4!

; F gate Veterans and others in sympathy d! .....4.4.64444.....Oi44..NN..N.................................... .........................+.. ,oe..ooolo.oot. j;
\ i and who wish to do honor to thename C'i
and memory of Robert F. Lee. : -s

t .. are requested to join in the service .
herein Tttorml to.
desired that the C -
It is especially .
children and young people be presentat
( I this service and should be such CI -I

_ t l a* to interest them. 41
. V.'e, fdtners and mothers of today : t -.,?_
f.r shall soon be gone from earth. They 11II ..
our children are of tomorrow and in Y/
, .
f1q ( :. their hands rest the future of our beloved -
( country. : V
1 ; t 1t us, then, keep ever before them ellr .
that model of splendid manhood, that -
t : highest type of American citizenship, fit

r f and of true Chirstian knighthood, : -
Robert E. Lee; and that this memor- C

t ial service be one that by its impressiveness ..t
f' shall remain in the minds oft 6'1 -

all. especially of the young, a picture :
't walls forever. 4....4.4.oNOON..o.oOSP.NOOA6l1iN.N.(NNNOSN.o tooimCfoi..Ni.N.oHON.NOIbi..'iooo 1-44444444444 +.......... -
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, .:.. t" B> or.ler ofWILLIAM 611t \

t! Maj. Gen. Com.H.Fla'JUAVF.LL.: U. C. V i G:

Wre Solicit Your Trade
'4 I I Official. :J. Magill I!I CRoht

Adj. Gen. and Chief of Staff. j I'
Meeting of the School Board. I ,oo...... ......N4Ndi..oMS'iotse.w....o..asmos +asa ...9... ......++........ r 4o9o014444..+...N4.44.44,4.. M :
< }'rc" Tuesday's Daily. (j dr

f The board of public instruction ot i jL | :

.. Marion countv held its regular 1111',1oil j i
4 P tag in Mr. Cam's office' over the al'.1 f

, .f' luory Monday. I r
Only! routine business such as tae i ,

..f i laying of warrants etc., was Iran i I t, XBJ_ *
I.' = ;
Mr. G. S. ro't. who has been a I i'nuetutwr ;
and chairman of the board f\'r (

the past sis years, ended his: steward ; t C! t.

-hU Monday. Hesili b* present. ;i 4: .... .
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of the boar: :
t however at the meeting
J UiJa and formally turn over his gavel'! j.
f. to his suoeessor.: Mr. Isaac Stevens. 41
"who will in all probability be eec t-d i G SIB
p chairman of the board. :: : [ :

\Ir. Scott has made a faithful and i fr :
efficient officer and his retirement is t I 1L
universally regretted. .. .n

Mr, Stevens has taken great interest : -- -r
I In school matters ever since his ..
residence here and it is believed that d.

the people of this district have exercised 3 -
excellent judgment in electing d. _
him a member of the board. He is ..
very earnestly interested in school /.
irork and will give the office! very 41 i
faithful service. I l l J

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