The Ocala banner
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 Material Information
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 18, 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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Source Institution: University of Florida
Holding Location: University of Florida
Rights Management: All rights reserved. Board of Trustees of the University of Florida
Resource Identifier: aleph - 002052272
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System ID: UF00048734:00412
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: t .N NN.N....1.N..N..i....t...........NN.t a ,proprietor of the Association. i

:r : Ithe city Monday and aid Tenth Anniversary. )1

H ova! large number of guests Statement of receipts and disburse-

; 1907 ments during 190C of Greenwood
FOR 2k >'I'j Rendezvous. Among s' year 11 l

2 I i IWhitne's.. of New York, and Cemetery Association: ON JANUARY 17, 1897, WE BEGAN BUSINESS. FOR THE {


: S|orange grove in Sumter Balance from 1905 . .$ 29 16 CONFIDENCE AND SUPPORT OF THE PEOPLE OF j

hH :Mquite; a number who have Lot owners, ($3 and $C per MARION AND ADJOINING COUNTIES. OUR RESOURCES ARE .j}

LEDGERS DAY BOOKS ,lar guests on the east year) . . . 189 25 NOW LARGE ENOUGH TO ACCOMMODATE ALL LINES OF BUSI 3.

: "' ; II: ing the west coast this Membership fees . ." . 50 00 NESS, AND WE TAKE PLEASURE IN HELPING TO BUILD UP 41


; AND CASH BOOKS I )fr. Walter Ray, of ?l Rummage Sale . ., ICO 00 TALK WITH US ABOUT YOUR BUSINESS. I. i

., H :2 P. Stuckey, of Spring Park Check .. . . . 4 00 u f

..... s Cutler, of Gainesville, t
;; i. : -- MUNROE & CHAMBLISS Banked

i GO TO THE 2 2 prominent visitors in :: Total . . . .$557 41 t.

. Messrs.: Ray and Stuckey DISBURSEMENTS.Care Ocala, Florida January 17th J907.
: large turpentine operators of lots . . .$189 25 r 1:
11 2: Stuckey is also the Care of walks (U4 per month) 4S 00 ,-- !ilI1G' ,::

: DBStofeV Dn1 i Stoi1 II 2 G. & G. railroad and Mr. Gate pillars (reserved) . 75 00 :li i.f

s N : general superintendent of I Care of grounds, building Fish and Oyster Supper at Sparr tt ..

.2 I f i ;i 2: road an.l also owns the I fence, etc., . . 131 03 :

0M 2 Ci>Val River and one at Balance in treasury . . 114 13 On Friday evening, January 25th for, BIGGEST LINE iJ

i ii : : I Ii the purpose of raising funds to builda

The Ocala friends of Total . . . .
...+...............+...... ...o.............NI I Hiller, of Birmingham, ] i $537 41 Baptist church. The Methodists are OF l
15 1907.NELLIE .
................................................ gret very much to know January equally interested in this movementas
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-- been critically ill for they will hold services in the

; MISS SARA ELIZABETH HARRIS Quite a large party of Ocaia poepk, She has been in the AMELIA L. \ McCONATHY, Treas. church twice a mouth. We wish citizens :

Local Editor. ., are planning to go to Wtkiwa Spring time and her condition President. of Anthony, Lowell, Martin, !WATCHES[

!. -- ---. ..- -- ..- --' the latter part of the week to spenda ed quite precarious. A. I Pine and Greenwood to know that we I

LOCAL AND PERSONAL. few days at that charming resort. ceived in Ocala on Sunday President Robertson Appoints His consider them neighbors, therefore
1 the pleasing information Committees.Hon. 'they must put in an appearance, as we I

1. i! Mr. W. R. Trockenbrood, of Niles need willing hearts and FOR
now entirely out of danger helping hands.
Mrs. S. F. Waits, of Grove Park, ithe
1' i!lich., is visiting in the city. Mr. Trocjkenbrood high road to recovery. Phonographic music of the finest will ,
: guest of her daughter, Mrs. T. John D. Robertson, the newly
I is a prominent Elk and is be furnished. Come one, come all, with
D. Bryan. ( elected president of the city council, LADIES! ( AHD NllMIN( (
t from the same town that Mr. J. M Miss Bernice Alfred, of ,,: 'has appointed the standing commit well-filled pocket books. All the girls

Meffert, of this city, is. a former student of I' halve promised to enjoy oysters
Ga. ever
t Mrs. J. B. Frye, of Newsom, is tees of the council and has been kind
'fi- sity has been spending !' \ so much on that ocasion. Even though
the guest of her brother and sister-
enough to furnish': with of
us a
Mrs. Ten Eyche and two children copy
hero her
visiting '
some do not relish them elsewhere.All .
in-law, Mr. and Mrs. Ben Borden. v,, *
the same and they s>-" -
have returned to their home at Daytona She left last night for her
t I' reading this notice who are desirousof
Beach after visit in Ocala with ished for information:
Col. Burnham, of Lake Weir, was a she will spend a few weeks helping us with God's work in our
f I their husband and father. Mr. Ten Finance committee. A. Ford, E.
in Ocala Tuesday on his way for a ( parents before returning midst, whether the amount is from
!Eyche is employed with Mr. F. G. B. K. Nelson, J. D. Robertson.
where she will resume
visit to Atlanta. millionaire tourists or down to the
!Iweihe.Mr. Judiciary committee-J. W. Crosby.
I Boston Conservatory of the widow's mite, can send contributions -
C. K. Sage H. A. Ford.
Rev. G. H. Harrison, who went up I Land Items in Times. pion. to Miss Jessie A. Owens, Box THE JEWELER.
and Mrs. :M. H. Baum and Street committee-J. D. Robertson,'
to Orange Lake on Monday, returned fred was in Ocala for a i I 35, Sparr, Fla. .:'
,daughter Miss Lelia Baum, came up her to J. Owen, A. G. Gates. / ...........'................
t Lame Tuesday afternoon.Mrs. on way Inglis. 1-- ___ .
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Tuesday morning from Crystal River. Cemetery committee-E. K. Nelson, -- -----.

,liliss Baum and Mrs. Baum have been A. Carmichael, C. Rheinauer.Fire 1
E. Van Hood and Mrs. Louis C. iruns is making .......................... ... ...................... ;
visiting Mr. Damn for several weeks committee- A. G. Gates C. A. + .
W. Duval went up to Live Oak Monday I ensive improvements on
and their their J. W. Crosby. f ,. lj
were on way to homein he H. ROBINSON, Pre
to attend the Baptist convention. !t.; Indiana.Miss which recently Polk'1 committee J. Owen, J. !.I S. H. BLITCH, Mgr. J. C. BOOZER, Ant Mgr. ;
{ I Ir. J. N. Strobhar. He GEO. J. BUTCH Teller t
r.f Mrs C. L. Geiger of Geiger. was II I of the buildings repainted, Robertson, G. A. Carmichael
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I Nettie Pooser left :Monday: for
Market committee G. A. Carmi-
Bon! the visitors to Ocala on Mon them reshingled and has had .
i Nampa to join her parents, Capt and H. A. Ford, A. G. Gates. '
; jday-. -- [Mrs. F. D. Pooser, who have been in pairs tered: made into a on contract them. He with Sanitary committee-E. K. Nelson, I The Strong Hold the

horn ithat city for some weeks. Capt. Pooer': '. 1
little daughter was recently K. Sage, C. Rheinauer. 0
; Sio.. to have a
t. to Ir. and Mrs. Julius Counts at their 'will make that city his home for the I company Building committee-C. Rheinauer,
!stone fence placed around J Jt
hoe near the city. present. ''propert '. This block W. Crosby, C. K. Sage. I COMMERCIAL BANK

Light and Water committee J.
Mr. and Mrs. T. H. Wicker, of ColeKan When Dr. S. H. Blitch, manager of hundred per cent. better and J. D. Robertson, H. A. Ford. ,

came up Monday for a short the Commercial bank, Ocala branch, nw stone fence is OCALA\ FLEA

d' visit with Mr. and Mrs. J. A. Walters went home Saturday night he found be one of the finest looking Ocala's Vital Statistics. : j
the city. :Mr.: Jones 13 a
his favorite
dog raving mad. He kill-

I Mr. Sandford Jewett has gone toThomasville. ed him at once, but it is not known lip to date citizen and County Judge Joseph Bell has kind- t Has Upon Public Confidence is Evidenced ;

.. Ga., where he will spendt what damage he may have done before many more just like him. furnished us with the number of .

\ several days with friends in that city Dr. Blitch reashed home. licenses issued from his of by its Large and Increasing :
Hon. Otis T. Green 4"I I ;
Mr. and Mrs. H. M. Hampton, spent day from Washington, during the year 1906.
f Mr. Henry W. Long of Martel, and The is the list by months: Y Business
t Sunday at Levon, the guests of Dr. bees for some days in the following I _
Dr. J. G. Baskin of
Dunn l1on
i were Whit .)-January, 14 February ,
and Mr*. T. K. Slaughter.Miss deep water for the ( e ; 4..
., in Ocala Monday: on their way to at- river. While in the capital :!; March, 11; April, 17; May, 11 ; NNiNN....44444444444444.4..*+.+.444444444444444DIRECTORS .

'C Pansy Souter is in Gainesville' tend the meeting of the grand lodgeof before the Rivers ;I une. 21; July, 16; August, 9; Sep ,
appeared -- ----- -- ---- -
t where she is Enjoying a pleaant'iit Masons which met in Jacksonville >or ccisimttee of congress 12; October 10; November & .

1 'f' with friends. Tuesday.The ; December, 13.::: Total, 1C4.
G .itted the claims of the \ \t 1., 1! r, ru-"t.a"P': IiiIMfw..M.
... (lored.-January, 8; February
river! of
] .. Fire,alarm Foraker has probably Phi Kappa Alpha and the Kappa to a portion -
funds j'; :March: 19; April 30)1; ay, 17; I :
: discovered! by this time that it is his Alpha fraternities of the C. of F. rnruert appropriated '
t 20; July, 17; August, 4; Sep
cwn 'house that is on fire.-Pccsaco'a gave a delightful hop at the armory improvement important 15; October 30; November, R. S. Hall George MacKay J. K. Christian
\\ithlacoochee river, I
.ws, Friday night in Gainesville. One of I H. A. Ford Z. C. Chamblisa
; December, 35. Total, 212.
'; the visiting guests at the affair was aratively T. T. Munroe J. B. Brooks

Dr. J. C. Boozer has returned home:: Miss Pansy Souter of this city. be made OLC of the most Births.

from a visit to the Everglade sectionof of the ports, and with such ,
City Clerk Henry C. Sistrunk has In addition to its excellent facilities this! Bank
of Florida.! He had a very enjoyable Mr. Robert Munroe, of Anthony, Mr. Green, Captain J. L.
us with the following num-
9 trip. ,Judge F. J. Titcomb, of Rockwell, Mr. number of other
of births for 190C: has the advaetage of a competent, capable and good
J I Edd Clements, of DuaEellon, Col. I. men at the head of he "
A little son was born to Mr. and is January, I; February, ; March, *;
N. withers of Lady Lake, :Mr.: Sum- secure federal help it
Board of Directors and of Sockhoders.!
1 Mrs. G. G. Maynard: of Rock Spring's. dict that there will be 5; May, 4; June, 3; July, 5; a strong body
tr Brooks, of Zuber, Mr. C. E. Herrick -
r at the hospital in this city Monday of Crystal Ri"erIr.. Hugh Nichols ing" when the report of 5; Sept, 4; October, 2; No
I C; December, 1. Total 5:;.
j<; morning. of Wildwood R. D. Harrison and Harbors committee is
", and Capt.
t Mr. W. A. Tuten, an old friend off of Leesburg, were aIY1or. ;he Mr. C. G. Cantrell Not Deaths. CENTRAL NATIONAL ,

well known cattle list ngui :hed visitors to the city Mon for
this paper and a Mr. Sistrunk has also compiled
.\: nan, was in to see us on Tuesday. day. Some time ago a rumor the number of deaths for each ,

.tf in this city that Mr. C. G. for. 1906 as follows) :
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i, fr Capt. J. B. Martin, of Ocklawaha, is Mr. H. C. Groves has gone to Phil- was dead. Mr. Cantrell t January, 3; February, C; March, 3';; -
l. adelphia, where he will avery A i
1 among the'isitor8 to Ocala the high school in this city S; May, 11; June 13; July, 5;
week.Mr.. handsome soda fountain and other : Mrs. Warterman Given Surprise Par. daughter, Mrs. W V. New.on was
of years ago and was quite 12; September, 9; October 5;r
fixtures for the new drug store the ty. cut and eaten.
J here. The many friends that 6; December, 4. Total 85
J. W. Easterling, who has been \nti-Monopoly] will open in Tampa at One of the most charming little
t. during his residence in
r in Ocala for several months, left an early date. He also expects to purchase -,' very glad indeed to know Left for Dunnelotn.Mr. entertainments given in Ocala recently Council Meeting.

i Tuesday for his home at Barnwell, S. a veryfine soda fountain for I' mor was without foundation. was the surprise party which a few Tho regular rotating of the city

C. he nti. lonopoly drug store in this of Mrs. S. E. Warterman's friends
splendid health and is now M. Rubin and family have gone! council was held Tuesday night in the

city. DUI where to gave her Monday afternoon. council chamber with President John
Mr. John T. Lewis, of Moss Bluff, pal of the public school at >.leon, they expect I
E cola. in the future. Mr. Rubin will t Sunday was :Mrs. Warterman'sbirthday D. Robertson in the chair The oth
was in Ocala Tuesday en route toJacksonville cf Atlanta who has
Miss Crosby, and in honor of that event
into business in that city. He has er members present were Aldermen
to attend the meeting oft been vistidng relatives in this city Jews in the U. S. in poor health for some time! a number of the members of the La.dies' Owen, Sage, Gates and Rbelntuer.
the Grand Lodge. and at Martin, left for her
Monday Aid Society of the Presbyterian
and his friends hope the change After the reading of tile minutes a
She has been Martin for In discussing the recent
homes this surprise
church planned
Mr. "Pat' Iurphe). the author oft do horn good. special message was received from
the several weeks and was join. the new senator from
; all three funny letters printed in the past Mr. Rubin's oldest son.... Harry, will I for her. the mayor specially relating to the
ed there on Friday by her little cousin New Y-rk Times says: assembled to-
The following
; Tallahassee Sun, was in Ocala Tues in Ocaa: until after the clos- sprinkling of the streets which was
Miss Ethel Crosby, cf this city, Simon Guggenheim will be E. K.
4 gether at the home of Mrs.
day. He was on his way to Tampa of school: in May. He will graduate referred to the stnet committee
and they returned to Ocala Sunday of- Jew to sit: as a member in Nelson, viz: Mrs. XlsonIrs.: Kellogg -
of (The is .
aid from there will go to Cuba year being one the yomigctt message printed
ternoon. ed States senate. The first Mrs. J. K. Austin :Mrs. George
)s that have ever graduated from A street sprinkle was placed at

t Col. T. P. Lloyd and Col. J. N. en to that honor was David institu.:.on.Mr. MacKay 1 Mrs. D. E. Mclver, :Mrs.: the disposal of tie Ladies' Ir. pirove-
Postmaster G. C. Cron has received
. j Young of Inverness, and Mr. J. W. ; I wlo represented Florida from Jack Camp Mrs. C. C. Todd, Mrs. G. ment Society.
the information from Bainbridge. Ga..
: Burton of Arcadia, were prominent ,1S40 to March, 1852. He was Frank E. Bugbee, a former B. Stein, :Mrs. G. S. Scott, Mrs. Shuey, ''A motion was parsed ordering the
Conductor W. J.
that his brother
attorney in Ocala Tuesday on legal the West Indies, and his now a profitable planter at Mrs. E. W. Davis, :Mrs W. V. New- of Wautulla tnt ni'rth'
Crom, who was injured in a railroad
, business before Judge Bullock. DaLeyy, by which he ; is on a visit here and has som and Mrs. C. R. Tydings and went of Ocklawaba avenue with <"< ui'nt
wreck few weeks has to have
j a ago when elected as a member a car load of hogs from the in a body to the home of :Mrs.: Warter- pavement.The .

Mr. and Mrs. Christian Ax and their his leg amputated between the knee house rf representatives in I :. Farm, which he will take man. She was taken completely unawares regular monthly pay rolls and

pretty little daughter and maid, of and the ankle. Efforts were made to second Jew in the senate with him to Hastings as soon as and just starting out to make other bills were Either pawed or referred
crushed foot and two toes
Baltimore, who own the Meadows, in savethe P. Benjamin, who served / can procure a car for this purpose some calls. She was perfectly delighted to the elective eommitteea
at the toe of the
this county, are guests at the OcalaHouse [were amputated to 1S37. He was also born will put the hogs in cold storage. at the pleasant surprise that had I for approval.The .
accident and the heel sewed
was together West Indies. He addition to being a large potato. been arranged for her and the ladies j pay of the driver of the double
but the wound did not heal
: : iana. Benjamin F. Jonas was Mr. Bugbee has a cold stor I spent several hours very happily to- team of the fire department was In.

I t Mrs W. W. Stripling and little 'and it was necessary to amputate the Kentucky and represented plant and furnishes meat for a gether. creased from forty to fifty dollars per

daughter. Ellen, and Mrs. C. N. Kirk- leg.: Mr. Crom is in a critical condition .in the senate. Joseph section of the east coast coun- Perfectly delicious refreshments, month.

: ]i* J!nd went down \Yoodmar Monday gut as he has a very strong con senator from Oregon from
:i Mr. Robert Kaiser, of this city, which had been prepared by the la The council then went Into executive -
afternoon to spend several days with stitution it is hoped that he will re-
19C3. Isador Rayncr was
the anager of Mr. Bugbee's cold dies, were partaken of and a big birth session and all newspaper reporters

.ri "Mrs. J. G. Lege. cover. i senator from:: Maryland in e plant day cake, the gift of Mrs.Wart erman's and bystanders retired.1If .

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t I DOINGS CF DUNNELLON. Mr. C. H. Priest, of Spring Park, .;t' -

was among his friends here Sunday af-
II I .
Special cor. Ocala Banner: :
Miss Sallie Stewart, who has been :
Our town is at present rapidly setting -
staying at Silver Springs has returned '
rid of her provincial ways and .
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donning city methods in every direc to Anthony. / hrv .

tion. The latest acquisition is a thoroughly Mr. Chester Hillman drove downto gzfeiW)

Farm Sunday to attend
up to date electric light plant, I Griner 8W'32i5 ] ,
preaching there. He was accompanied -
which is owned by the municipality. I
by his sister Miss Katie.
Besides lighting up the streets splendidly -
Mr. E. H. Shealey! and family have
O the plant furnishes the light for I
changed places with :Mr. Shealey's
the citizens at a nominal cost. I 1 :: .1. I tJih t\ I I t
I father, Mr. Howell, and iiave moved t l t
Now that the electric plant is installed Jr
t I into the edge of town. Mr. Howell!
the next thing the council i iI t
rD occupies the Shealey home. i
Q I will devote its attention to is a thorough ,
Peter Stanley don't '
E / system of sewerage, which the SayIr you : c irk
wish that weddings would b.come'
I rapid growth of the city has made a '
: necessity.The I more frequent in your district : that is > (: :

Kibbler Bros., always on the" left especially over night if the in wedding your charge dinner was> g \ \ 4Jp \i-:

alert for anything that "looks good, _
Zt1 Well, Blue Bell will have to stop
have erected a steam laundry just
but to keep up more
t now expects '
west of town and it will be in operation i
with her writing in
more regularly
within a few days under the I
ro the future. But Blue Bell has had the ii
management of Mr. W. P. Yancey, an _
n' blues and has been sick too. and thatis
expert in his line, sent out by the ,
v one reason she has not been writ
Laundry Machinery company, to erect
ing. Can -ou give a remedy for the ,
Ik : the plant. Mr. A. B. Kibbler, a memo

ber of the firm, says while they do blues? BLUE BELL. This man bought a supply of tobacco without ;

not propose to "set the woods afire," j

ifo they expect to do the work of the BOAR3MAN; ITEMS. acquainting himself with the distinctive taste (

'surrounding territory in this line, all
0' i'I of SCHNAPPS Tobacco which has the cheering
t ( of which at present goes to outside Special cor. Ocala Banner. ", 1

laundries.Mr. Mr. Robert Evins of E\inston. has !: '1

n A. N. Rizy, who formerly owned been quite ill with pneumonia but is qualities that gratify his desire to chew, and at

p 7tiw the now news operated stand and by confectionerystore Harry Stal- now a little better. i less expense than cheap tobacco.

it i Miss: Alice McRea has been on the I

hj : berg has returned after spendingsome sick list since opening her school. ,

months in Connecticut and will ;
Mr. and Mrs. Bradley, of Social
a mercantile establishment in SCHNAPPS has been advertised in this Some day they'll get a taste of the real
open Circle, Ga., are visiting their brother. >
of the Kib paper so that every chewer has had an Schnappsthey'llrealizewhatenjoymentopportunity
one of the store rooms Mr. Barton Hester and family. :

.1T bIer block. Miss Grace, of Talberton, Ga.. is' to get acquainted with the they've missed by: not getting SCHNAPPS

,R I IdHOJ Mr. M. Rubin, a former resident. visiting her brother, Mr. Grace. of i facts and know that drugs are not used long ago-then they'll: feel like kicking
to produce the cheering found in
and business man of this place, but Evinston.
the famous Piedmont flue-cured themselves.
for several past an Ocala merchant country
years Mrs. Richard Shaw, after a pleasant
F I I tobaccos
H. and that SCHNAPPS is what he
has returned to the PhosphateCity I with in 5 "
o I and clothing and notion visit of nearly two months ought to chew. Still there are chewers SCHNAPPS is sold everywhere 1"/
opened a
store just south of the postof- her parents, Mr. and Mrs. r. G. Sampson who accept other and cheaper tobaccos cent cuts, and 10 and 15 cent plus: Be

returned home today.
: that do not give the same pleasure. sure you get the genuine.
fice. His family are at present
CeiV,; Mr. J. P. Richardson, left today for

I. Mr S. Fienberg at his home on Pennsylvania West Palm Beach where he will em

avenue until they find a suit j
4''tBete; I.i bark in the grocerybusines. ;I

able residence place, which at pres- Mrs. Emerson, of Tacoma visited I, -- -- -

I ent is quite a problem in our rapidl; friends at Boardman last week I
DiV -I' I MIX THIS AT HOME. She cleans the track and leads thway wilt a few snow clouds( and when tbeur.
growing town. :'tlrsIastis, of Nicholasville. Ky, j
area; \ as behind one of these the star
The Marion House, which has been is boarding with Mrs. Dorsey at McIntosh j The following simple home-made
one* So, farewell to the horse cars: appeared more brilliant th..n e'-!
closed for some time, is now open for the winter. I|mixture is said to readily relieve and

birtfbelli and Mr. J. C. Walker is the new pro- I, "overcome any form of rheumatism hy Farewell, we'll not forget and looked like a huge diaoionil

Jan( ; SOUTH LAKE WEIR ITEMS. forcing the kidneys to filter from the Their gentle 'ways-what? Many expressions and cowwcflta ",'r..
the blood and system all the uric acid They haven't left us yet? heard. One (t't! gray--headed nt"C'",
S. Fienber has just completedhis I
] and poisonous waste matter relieving
that Well, they may was heard to remark: "(Mt i. .ho'ty
naptha launch for the Withlacoo Special cor. Ocala Banner: sat once such symptoms as backache,
the i weak kidneys and bladder and blood Some day. de star ob Bethlehem an' it it a tbo
chee river. He has had it fitted up asa ; Miss Eva Hendricks of Levon. has: I
for j diseases. Ta ta, sign of guod tlttses.-l'raeacola
pleasure craft for the use of sportsmen been spending a few days with M ,I
qtH! 1. Try it, as it doesn't cost much t'make Horse *.
{ C ) during the hunting and fishing and Mrs. Rawls, on the lake. '! and is said to !be absolutely! ca Prevent HeadacheForce
10.3 I' -\\ J. amptoa in N. Y. World.
season. Herbert Reed youngest son of harmless to the stomach.
Mr M. .1. Motes, manager for the I ILL' :: and Mrs. Reed, is very sick with ] Get the following harmless ingredients them -
No-aids them. fUmop's
(, from good pharmacy: Fluid
.o D. D. Fitzgerald interests in and i iI appendicitis.Mrs. i any I Modern Progress in New York.
Rest Extract Dandelion, one-half ounce: treatment of Liter Pill and
around Dunnellon, had the misfortune .; T. A. Peterson is in very poor
I Compound Kargon one ounce; Com Tonic Pellets
.i I Office buildings 2C stories high; strengthens the liverand i

day I I several days ago of having; his: i ii I health. ;pound Syrup Sarsaparilla, three containing a thousand offices. Many digestive organ so that they dr J'

i I buggy almost totally demolished by A special train bearing the president jounces; mix by shaking well in bottle painted with the L. & M. their
( own work and fortUNe ,
I, your < nstltntlon
mend 'an 1 take teaspoonful after each
I a
I a runaway horse. No one was ser of the road and other high officials Hotels covering a city block con
us Mturn ;!meal and again at bedtime. taining' 1,400 rooms; subway travel I against future tnwbU* En '
iouslY hurt, though the young man made a trip on the South Lake< ; This mixture is said
land .i 1 i simple to give 45 miles an hour. tire treatment 25 ceate at Tjrdinr* .

I Ihonoj (: who was driving the horse was pretty ,Weir branch last Saturday. :prompt relief, and there are very few This is modern progress. Co.'s Drag Store.

> badly bruised up. I i cases of rheumatism and kidney; I. & M. Paint is modern progress
:troubles it will fail ro cure I'
\ --4 Mr. \\". D. Edwards is putting an i Safe, Sure and Speedy. permanent paint.
lea's iy. Buy oil fresh from the barrel and I A Little 22.
addition to his residence on Penn ; Xo external remedy ('\"er'et devised -
These are all harmless every-dai .
may"xi j I and; all it to L. & M. Paint which is sem!
has so fully unquestionablymet
,sylvania avenue drugs and your druggist should mixed. I
> there three prime conditions as The following has been neat !D '
Miss Elsie Gegner, who has beer I \keep: them in the prescription depart- 4 gallons I. .& M. Paint mixed with
XoiTh I successfully as Allcock's Plasters ment ; if not have him order them i 13 t,amuse those who want to play a :li'1upon f
: gallons Linseed Oil. 50 cents
Visiting Miss Dora Walters for sometime contain
They are safe because they
( [I : from the wholesale drug houses for i gallon makes actual cost of paint less figures: j
her home in the Bermuda deleterious drugs and are manufactured -
returned to no : rather than fail to use this i if I
eleri'rater. scientific principles of you : (han $1.2u per gallon. 2 were 2 meet 2 at 2. The 2 who
i islands Monday. She has many : upon are afflicted x-7
t ;:medicine. They are sure I because you I If the slightest defects exists lithe were 2 meet the 2 at 2 wwkrtHl :: h! ..
friends here who regretted very muchto > L. & M. Paint that has been used
thy alname'| ingre-dients prompt at 2 2 meet the 2 wait bins f >;
| house it will be for
I( see her leave. Texas Editor on Women Voting. Ion any repainted
nothing. 2: at 2, so the 2 wait log for .' con
Mr. A. X. Rizy has purchased] the i se for wihch a plaster i is: requiredThey I
are r'! in their action because I Sold by :Mclver & MacKay, Ocala, eluded 2 adjourn :2 a neighbors
home of Mr. Truby on Walnut street. I are Commenting on the demand of Fla. 1-1
hereinIt i : their medicinal qualities go tavern S take : white waiting fur tnt
Mr. R. J. Knight, of Crystal River I southern women that they be enfranchised -
I I I ,right to their work of relieving pain i: 2 who were 2 meet the 2 at 2, Th.
was among the prominent visitors in and restoring the natural and healthy as a solution of the race problem Senator Tillman promises to reply
C'hiltirLat waiting :2 did not go 2 far from -V
town W.-dnesday. [performance of the functions of innsnerves : (there being Gn,,0Oti more white to what he terms "Spooner's insult away
thft { the spot where the 2 'were 2 (hat -
We arc glad: to note a number of im- 'cles, and skin.lIcock's women in the south than all the negro ing speech.
. _\ Plasters are the original ? 2, as the appointment :: .
'I wa U!
'toe 'provemenus in the way of sidewalks : men and women combined). the ;
\ ,. and genuine porous plasters and like The Senator Spooner portant 2 allow it 2 The
i in different portions of town. j jMr. most meritorious articles have been ;Austin, (Tex.) Forum says, "This is a grave says pass 1.
shallour i waited for by the 2 did .
Tillman's utterances
i that anent lynching not rouif ::; !
and Mrs. Glanton, of Odessa- I extensively! imitated, therefore always point our wisest statesmen seem to
cthtir ) I lr.1 make sure and get the genuine :: is a disgrace to civilization. vew until 4; that's 2 and 2.1i't* tl- ,
{ all'. Ga.. who have been! visiting have overlooked and it is a point well '
kloved Allcock's. -- waiting 2 became angry with !the J: ":
and Mrs. W. D. Edwards for a short i iI worthy of their consideration. Under ;
Official plums continue to fall to waited for
by the 2.
I iinitMi Tuesday for 'Homosassa, ; Fashions in New York. such conditions the negro man The wsiiiyu 4
Let the remnant of republican patriots in. 2 show their
where they will spend a few weeks: Although the new modes are gen red woman would have the right of I I contempt fr tu! :
that ir 2 'Florida. Among others the following waited for, left the 2 with "'atl' 1-
l bl-'ior returning to their Georgia' the the ol a .
'lIght'smd i : erally established and majority suffrage, but preponderance I postmasters have been appointed: F. the hand, saying 2, 2, 2.

ojlober! homo. of women are planning and repairingtheir white voters would be so great that ';M. Taylor, TitusvilUMary) n. Bisb.lop '

Will Davis, an employee of one I the winter well at home'
spring wardrobes lie l negro might as stay Peieted
! : (; I Eustis; E. N. Bradley, Green Paraapist, ,
( of the mines acoss the river, had his I Ii weather keeps: in mind the garments C> election day:' C. E. Koons Palmetto
al I servenest > Cove Srpings; : !:
:Tr '[ foot crushed by a freight car Tlll>S' : more suited to its demands. The dressy -: i G. F. Fernald, Tarpon Springs. Xast car for supper to the old dig!! f.::

Ill'! fsnon }da> and amputation was found necessary gown required for receptions, din- The Passing of the Horse Car. I ing car : -J,

, nMa i to save his life. Dr. Griffith and I II ners dances and the theatres and : The JaclsonvilltropoJls: faY 1 All aboard for the first trip
n> I Dr Yea) performed the operation and the hats... and wraps which accompany I Note.-(President Vreeland, of the that Skter Mary Ann the well known i fold, sprinkling cart. .Ji

q *- Davis was Wednesday afternoonsent them are receiving much attention ,;New York: City Railway company, an- [:ri';': thropist and benevolent! worker A 'Jn:gel of fun is sometime fli' :'

i to the Waycross hospital. just now. There is considerable latitude -: nounces the discontinuance at an of that city, has made the best report lowed by a peck of trouble.A .

Off tjr XTRA. in the lines of the gowns and I early date of the horse car which yet for her charity work for the past yearin man' pretentious are apt to rsiv{ t

oi, coats: there is also a wider range of 'i rambles about the city.) the history of Jacksonville. She a fall out of his tBteatioas.Baaquith \1

ANTHONY. I color and diversity in fashionable ma Gee whiz! fa}s the people of the metropolis are are all right while rby
I II terials.! What an age of progress this is! big hearted and generously responded I last but later-cnch headache,

I Special cor. Ocala Banner: I II Princess and Empire lines continue Also horse cars! to the pleas for help. I Better get out yoor old New Year- I

..e After an absence" of several weekswe I I in high favor, and one sees delightful- My stars! resoi n ion* and duet their off. "
I Tillman has allowed his dislike to 3d
r, T will again ask space in this valuable !-i I i How long has it been A bartender says that now arp &>

paper and g1"eOU a little II j Since they first came in? the president to becloud his judgmentIn blind au those who refuse an ..**. :'
( the matter of the Brownsville In-
. Ph.non new of our little berg.i ., instances, personal prejudice bar the I And how long have they opener Chicago News. .
I cident. It afforded a most -excellent
in I mad not be so interesting but i ii nray to a general adoption of the Had rightof way --
rSt rD i thin: you will know that Anthony is :',,loosely flowing Empire modes. This i While the rest of the worldWent opportunity to throw the seat of war An exposition company ha DHT

Onl) I not entirely dead.At {accounts for the effect that the gown : hurrying by on the race question beyond the Poto- formed at Tampa and the following of

I with the round fitted waist and normal cac, but Tillman has dragged the Beers elected: Yire-presi&iit.
tying prevent we are having \('11dry I i Too eager to live. Kugene .
belt line has lost none of its Ol.} bones over on our side again.fampa .- Holtslnger: secretary T. .
'ted ; \ weather which is causing much distress i Too busy to die? H. S>n )n

M!" Q ?! among the farmers.As I rogue. It is altogether too graceful I Oh, horse cars, relics of the past, Times. teasurer, John Trice; board of governors

embers we did not write during the holidays land I becoming to be passed by, and it I We thought you were tOo good to Governor Broward was in Washing Dr. W. F. lomaa. chairman :

e w,' will say a word. Christmas !figures in many of the smartest I last John Trice A. C. Clews A. J. Knight t
past I ton yesterday and together with Governor =

.ip M4evert -0 I passed off very quietly around here. I'gowns.-Helen Berkeley-Lloyd in the I So goldarned long; Proctor, of Vermont ; Governor A.Eugene Holtsiogtr. E, M. )Hendry. W.

, but very pleasantly, with the exception ,I February Delineator. But we were wrong, Hughes[ of New York; Governor Varnedoe. T. H. Synoe. n. W,
I Wells
lay ani that some of our boys got a little And through the years J. R Crane T.ad.. Bryan. J.
Glenn, of North Carolina: ; Governor H.[
his su CD lively. Several entertainmentswere Branch's Genuine : New York the great Deener. of Illinois, and other distinguished

to willairman given which were enjoyed very : Has travelled on you gentlemen addressed a The ----- -
Rattiesnake Watermelon Seed convention Pairie Pebble Phosphate
much( by all. eotI1.
tMr. : As freight, for the of
promotion foreign pany has placed an
Sr, Mr Otto Jones who has been spend : Only Pure Strain in United States. I While other towns that met you trade. Secretary Root gave his obser- American DHSEngine! with the

icientiversa i ing some time with his parents Mr. I Carefully selected; kept pure fortyrears. here company of

{land Mrs. Tom Jones, will leave sometime i Xo other variety grown on I I Passed to us the hayseed jeer rations on South America which was Providence, R. I., for fwrttr** Dieel I
< r one of the special features of the
Pure seed
plantation of 1.500 acres. concert engines, each one to have
\Ir. StJ [ soon for Jacksonville to resume I impossible where different kinds i i And asked us with a scornful glance ion.A These 3u horsexjwer. 1

: In sr 1 his studies at Massey College. iregrown: Ioz.l5c.: 2oz.25c.; 4 oz. I If New York progress had the of engines are the finest *
,idencfs. I Mrs. B. H. Smith spent the week in i-t lOc: 1-2 It) 60c.: lib $1 : SIb $1.50: lOlbfS.oO I I trance. beautiful sight was witnessed in kind and will cot in the

s.' Oxford with relatives. She returned !$ delivered. neighborhood of 117.W each. Thin
j Say, Gadsden Ala, last Sunday morning .J
\ : Remit registered letter or money or- I mass of powerful
ed i eXl' I home Saturday night. ider. Send for seed annual. New York's all right: from nine o'clock until noon. -\ placed in machinery will be

n a m. I )Ir. Ernest Perry was visiting here ;i Manual on melon culture on \all or- Perhaps she's not bright star became visible to the nak.led bble.-Dartow the immense plant at Prairie

y .. I Sunda)'. :ders. In every walk of life eye in the southeast and hundreJs Record

rk earf' I Mr. and Mrs. Irby spent Saturday t I Red hot, citfzci.s stood the ,
M. I. BRANCH, lof street corners For Sale.I {;()()) poupdti
[htul 5 ,'night and Sunday with Mrs. Irb"sr I But when she does get started, land' gazed at the unusually bright orb. Iloussler and Imoonfod Kolb selected

r brother, Mr. C. C. Priest, of Kendrick. .Columbia Co. Berzelia, Ga. I Say, I'Lhe; sky was dotted here and there j IFiorlda melon seed B. E. naysor Oe&Ia Gem


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., I Mrs. Arkernian and two daughters, I II Mr. M. D. Watson, who lives near 1 We hope that all our people will ', Steven -Stirling.j .

of New Ji.Tbty.; who a,'*' spending the this city, was among the callers at hold up Mayor Izlar's hands in his -

I winter at Gcklav/aha, were visitors to 'our office Saturday. He advanced his'I efforts to make Ocala a clean and j: :Mr. Edward B. Stevens, of Deland>> ,
I Ocala Thursday dud were very much subscription for another year and said beautiful city. The streets should be I and Mrs. Helen Drown Sterling, of

i, p!,'asedith our city. that he is greatly pleased with the cleared of all encumbrances the side- l I II Cleveland, Ohio, were married iu Jacksonville .

I Banner.Mr. walks and lots of weeds the cow and bunday, Jan. 6.

Master Jack Liddell, of Santos has I the.hog not to wait upon the order of I The ceremony took place at the home

rioY4L returned home after a visit in Jacksonville : Roy Mann and family arrived ,+!going, but go at once. Every officer 'I'of the groom's brother in south Jacksonville

with his small nephews, Tuesday night and: are now comfortably should be kept busy until Ocala be- at seven thirty in th* morn-

I ) Lowndes and Liddell Farris thesons domiciled in Governor Jenning's comes as clean as a pin and as beau- I in?. It was a very quiet wedding only

i if Mr. and Mrs. Ion L. Farris. residence. Roy is the oldest son of tiful as a jewel. the groom's brother and family being l

fBakinV ex-Seriator A. S. Mann. Our people !present. tiThe
POJYder The old oak tree in front of the Mr. A. L. Webb of the "Fair ** "
extend a hearty welcome to :Mr. Mann **- I bride wore a deep cr.-am |uin- #
Delouest has been down.
building cut and his.interesting family.! -Frocksiyule I is packing up preparatory to return cess silk mull over silk.
This! was one of the old landmarks ing to Hawthorne and the
Pure Star. I store will I Rev. W. L. Mahon pastor of tin-
Absolutely l i of the city. It was planted by the be immediately occupied by a branch Main Street Baplii church otlil'ialO'4.I. '

late Col. S. M. G. Gary, when he was "Dry Kiln" Moore, one of the most of the Boston Store. Mr. Jonas Drig- Immediately after the ceremony the

A wholesome cream of tartar the mayor of the city. popular men in both Georgia and Flor- gers, who has been with the Boston I I couple went to nil's for breakfast, and

ida, was in Ocala Friday and went to people for so long a period, will have !then drove to the laloa station in

baking powder. Makes the finest 1 i j:though One of Rockefeller our printers started says life that penniless al-- Silver Springs Saturday, incidentally charge of the same. Mr. Driggers is ;time for the nine o'clock train for

on business but principally for the a very cautious yet progressive and DeLand.
: and has millions henasn't
now many purpose qf having a little 'bout with active business man and largely helped I The bride visited in bland two
1 best flavored biscuit hot- : odds him he I
lightest got any on as
the members of the finny tribe. He to popularize the Boston Store I winters ago at the home of Mr and
starts life penniless Monday
; every is a great fisherman and pronounces which made a phenomenal success in ( Mrs. H. B. Stevens and the many

breads, cake and pastry. i morning. 1 fire Silver Springs as a most desirable !; this city. The branch Boston Store friends she made while here will be

fishing grounds. He says it is will continue to carry out the policy glad to learn that she has come backto
Miss Maggie Bailey, who has been
Alum and alum-phosphate all in knowing how. it inaugurated and the stock of goods make this her permanent home.
the guest of lIlssnna Mixor. foi

will be selected with great care and Iel.an l Record.Mr. .
powders are injurious. Do not the past six weeks, will leave for ber tray
I A prominent railroad man who will be sold on a very narrow mar- Stevens, the groom, was for
home in Mississippi today. Miss Mcjciaugherty -
use them. Examine the label. i will remain with Miss Mix- els over the state of Florida, reports gin of profit.Commenting. merly a resident of Citra. in this coup

two-thirds of the wills in he state ty.
on for some time longer.
closed down because they cannot get upon what Hon HenryW.

.,. ROYAL BAKING POWDER CO., NEW YOIi(. I cars to haul their products. The larg- Long says about how Martel Noble Marth.
_. Mrs. Godfrey Movers and children -
est sufferers from the car famine are stands on the question of brotherlylove
-- s Dr. I.. I). Noble) of 11n uksrille. Fla,
left Saturday Lakeland to join Mr.
for the small mills which require quick and doing good without squabbling ( and .Miss Minnie .
Much solicitation is Marsh of
MISS SARA ELIZABETH HARRIS. I expressed Moycrs and make that city tb.fir future Panaaoffkeo !
returns from their products in order to over non-essentials the Jacksonville
Local Editor. the Shah's eight hundred wives who home. Their Ocala friends will took their many friend by surprise
them going. The famine has Metropolis that it is safe
keep car says a
have now become eight hundred weeping I Wednesday, January 3rd. by going
--- -- ---- ----- -- miss them greatly and regret that
t I also caused a great deal of idleness platform for men of all religious faithsto to Ocala
LOCAL AND PERSONAL. widows. and being married at
I they will no longer make Ocala their
I home. among the mill hands, as they are : stand upon and it wishes it exist- i 1:30 in the morning, in the Methodist

Admiral Sigsbee, of the Maine, has Now the scientists say that kissesare without work while the mills are clos- ea everywhere. Every community I church.

been retired. unsanitary.: We did not so con- I Messrs. Bloom & Foor are having ed do'vn.-Volusia County Record. needs an "Uncle Henry," broadminded I Dr. Noble is an energetic and Industrious .

sider them when we were and like the sage of Martel, to bring
young : young man and the most
two large show windows put in their com
Dr. Spuoner. of Stanton, was amongour giddy. The Florida Plumbing and Electrical these conditions about. Methodists,
store in the Montezuma hotel block, petent dentist in this community.
list of visitors yesterday.Mrs. company continues to expand and its Baptists and Presbyterians all wor-
I which adds very greatly to its looks. The bride is a daughter of Mr.
Major T. C. Hall was in Ocala Sat- business is growing daily. Since the ship under the same roof at Martel Reuben Marsh
!These gentlemen are doing a trade and Is a young lady of
\V. C. Bull is several
spending urday from a visit to his family atGainesville beginning of the winter it has more and feel all the better for it.
which is entirely satisfactorily to I exceptionally winnings ways and
weeks with Mr. Bull at Brooksville.
Ga. He left on the after- than doubled its working force and is
them. :charming manners and will prove a
noon train for Tampa. Kept busy putting in the electrical appliances Keep Your Blood Pure.
Major Burnham, of Waco. Texas, vprtible sunbeam to drive away every
i for the new court house and]
temporarily residing at Lake Weir, The Ocala lodge Woodmen held a No one can be happy, lightheartedand cloud of trouble from the man she
Judge Crosby of Georgia uncle of the new Delouest building. Its elec-
was a visitor to Ocala Friday.Mr. meeting Friday night in Yong's h tll. It healthy with a body full of blood Jias accepted.Mr. .
Alderman J.C.. Crosby, is spf-ndinsr tricians are the most competent to
that cannot do its
duty to
was an unusually large meeting, many every part and Mrs. Noble will make their
a few days in the city with his nephew. be found and its work is always sat- because of its impurity; therefore,
James Engesser. who has been visitingVoomen being present from home in Miami at which place they
isfactory.Mr. the first and most important work in
at Dunnellon for some time past, has Coleman and Martel. After the ad. hand is to purify the blood so that will be at home to receive their friends

returned to Ocala. joumient of the business session a every organ will get the full benefitof after February Sumtenllle Times

AMr. Mr. A. P. Stuckey, of Spring Park, i|'I delicious oyster supper was enjoyed .' Peter Whiddon was registeredat a healthy circulation. There is no -
Frank Mathews is now associated was in .Ocala Saturday. He states by the "choppers." the Ocala House yesterday. His remedy we know of so good as that old MarriedAt

in the wagon business with Mr. W. that the G. & G. is making good progress father was the losse of the Ocala family remedy, Brand reth's Pills. the residence ot the bride
Each contains on
Ocala's'cleverest pill one grain of solid
in the
F. McAteer. direction of Tampa.Mr. Miss Beatrice\ Sinclair, one of house some twelve or fifteen years extract of sarsaparilla blended with Long Swamp, Mr. Christopher [)rfg.

I. (j. stenographers and most ago and "Pete" as a .little boy was two grains of a combination of pure gers and Miss Lillian Freeman, un
Mrs. C. N. Schlemmer I I Charles W. White, after a visit i(I and mild vegetable
enjoying promising girls left on Saturday well) known to our people. He is nowa products, makingit January 9, by Notary Public J. F.
of several weeks in Ocala, Citra and a blood purifier unexcelled in char-
visit from her sister and two
a : for Tallahassee, where she willnicAc man with whiskers but
I grown up Bailey, of thic city. Their friends offer
acter. One or two taken night i r
I(Atlanta left Saturday afternoon for every
I children, of Charlotte N. C. !,I her home in the future. She the "boy was father to the man;" as for awhile will produce surprising re- congratulations and best wiehes.
his home in New York city.
has accented the position of sterogra- a boy he was a favorite and as a suits.Brandreth's. ---
)Ir. Young, a promising resident of ;
:pher for the railroad commission and man is popular. His friends were all Pills have been in use Doubled His Congregation.
Lake Weir ,as: a visitor to Ocala Holders of .Coupons No. 1.J33, for over a century and are sold in every
I began her new duties on Monday.Her glad to see him. He is traveling out -
Thursday. 2CCCC and :39,999: can secure the piecesof drug and medicine store, either Pastor
Ocaal friends wish her every success of Louisville for a large house dealingin plain or sugar coated. Barrington preached a very
'- hand painted china given away by in her home. all of bonds. edifying sermon in the Methodist
new manner -
Mr. and Mrs. J. C. Mathews, of ,
t FJev.itg'nn. were among the visitors the Ocala News Company Ma: I I Young: Ladies' Card Club Entertained.The church on Sunday morning. Hid subject -

In Ocala on Thursday. The noise of the hammer, saw, trowel Mr. C. A. B. Tice, the Ocala Ban- -veekly meeting of the young was Growth in Grace and he

t TRY BLUE RIBBON NEXT TIME. anvil, horse, auto, press, the thumpof ner's typographical artist. has returned ladies' whist club was held yesterday .I handled it in a moil interesting and

,"; If you are dissatisfied with the ordi- the steam engine, the whiz of electricity from visit to Daytona. He instructive manner. Fully seventyfive
Miss Mary Bull has gone to Pretoria a says afternoon, :Miss Sara Harris being the I

:4 Ga., where she will spend several nary flavoring extracts, and you probably th: tramp ot many feet and the the fires have burned the woods for hostess. '1 here were\ five tables ofprogressive people heard and appreciated tbe

!! '=- are, try Blue Ribbon next time. I clink of cash art now synonymous miles in some places and has done 'I sermon. Usually only about thirty
I weeks with her sister, Mrs. H. C. II I :vhist, :Miss Harris! haingas

,: Jemigan. I with the life of Ocala. Strangers say considerable damage: to the trees her guests besides the. ciub people attend morning service but
The A. C. L. officials are at last i i l'wm-I
1 it is the busiest end biggest little that have been turpentined. He says hers the following ladies: Miss such sermons as the one mentioned

Lt.f Mr. Arthur Olin and Mr. Claude Nix, .making efforts to improve the condi- 1 town to be found anywhere that Daytona has not as many tourists Fort, Mrs. G. F. Dittmer and Miss1 are apt to keep the congregation up
tion of their road service. May the j II III
: of Grahamville, who are engaged in t as in former years but attributesit I Florence Walters. to a large number.! Parlor liurMn1on:
good work rapidly.-Dunn-i Mrs. C. L. and Cameron -
progress Gamsby son
the sawmill business, were visitors to "does not indulge in rhetorical
I to the fact that up to the present After about 15 rounds of whist ice j mbelHshments -
ellon Advocate.Mr. arrived in Ocala afternoon I
Ocala Friday. i time the winter has been so unnsnally ,cream, cake and mints were served. but speaks in a plain! impressive
from Taledega, Ala., and will spend a
Hardy Croom arrived in Ocala mild over the country.We I The first!; prize was won bv Miss manner and in a clear, Intelligent .
Kenneth McPherson has i iSarruday I
Mrs. returned few days wit-h Mr. and Mrs. C. II.
from Tallahassee for a short' Margaret Taylor and the booby went voice, and it in a pleahun to
to her home at Mulberry after 'Gamsby and daughters. Later they hope the members of the ladies' hear him.-Punta> Gorda HeraldA
to Mrs. W. T. Gary.
visit with his wife and little son. who
month in Ocala with her
spending a will go to Mrs. Spellman's for the
will be-
improvement society
Next week Mrs. Charles S. Cullen
the of relatives here. j
are They
in rents Mr. and Mrs. B. H. Seymour.Mr. winter. Master Cameron is just recuperating -come discouraged but will make fre- New Firm.
i will be the clubs hostesss.
will probably go to Brooksville soon I I
from an dunes of several quent visits upon the city council and -
Drew Mathews, of Flemington for a visit to Mr. Croom's old home. j! weeks. I The N. Lopez &: Co., cigar factory
felt that I
make their presence by body. ( How to Cure Crllblains.
a former resident of this city, was has been established la this city:' ant
The Anti-Monopoly) Drug Store have I We believe the council will cooperatewith "To enjoy freedom from chilblains,"
among the visitors to Ocala on Fri Pasadena, Cal., t"entysixears old, !are occupying the rooms in the airier
ordered aef)' elegant new soda them as will the mayor also, writes John Kemp East Otisfield, ,
day. has 25,000 inhabitants. When Miamiis Me., "I apply Bucklen's Arnica Salve. i block formerly used as a photograph
fountain which will be placed in posi- and a strong pull, a long pull and a
twenty-six years old she will have Have used it for Salt Rheum with !'stllllio. The member of this flrm aro
tion as soon as it arrives. It will bea pull altogether and we will soon havea "
The Washington newspapers give excellent results. Guaranteed to {
50,000 population. The prediction |! Messrs. N. Lopez Charles Mathews
the Florida representatives and Mr. J.I I beauty.Mr. !which the next sixteen different condition of affairs in fever sores, indolent ulcers, piles 1
covers yeas i and George G. \Iathei'f.: They
of Pensacola the credit Ocala. Let's all get busy and all hold burns, wounds, frost bites and skin I expectto
Ed. O'Brien,
... I Nis a most conservative one. Real estate employ about five cigar niak'-rs In
diseases. 25 cents at Tydings & Co.'s
J the bil. W. F. Hall, a valued subscriberto up the hands of the Ladies' Improvement I
of killing anti-pilot
values will increase many times Drug Store. m the beginning and hof-e to enlarge
J our paper from Reddick, was in to hover Society and our city officials. !
present prices, anw many of our their force before !long AH understand
Hon. Champ Clark, Missouri, is see us Saturday and made us blush ( Epworth League Box Social. I
people will enjoy the increase.-Miami
Ii Iilat.t
delegation the Iminew thoroughly and the
for John Sharp'ililams' successor with the compliments he bestowed on Tampa will send a very strong -

\ as leader] of the democratic I.the Ocala Banner. News.A to Ocala on the ICth to aid in From Friday's Daily. outlook for their succe is exreJnr!

r minority in the huose of representa- meeting of the state board of effecting the organization of a state The members of the Epworth ly encouraging.

I The host of friends of Capt. G. T. board of trade. This is a very impor- League of the Methodist chuch held |
lives. held Ocala
I trade is to be at January
I I laughs of the Southern Express company ICth, at which time the permanent or- ,tant work having its inception in a very pleasant social last night at the i I Apple Keeps Rich Cake Moist.

Maj. O. W. Reagan, with Hoopes; are delighted to see that he is jthi? city. and Tampa may be relied pretty home of Dr. and Mrs. Fred ;i I -
of the will be
body com- The
ganization test f ,
i very way to keep a I
Bros., and Darlington, who are oper- ;:again able to be at his office after an upon to lend every possible aid to its Blalock on .ocklawaha avenue. I ,
I plrted. Bradentown was not represented cake is by means of a frvsfiiwice '
ating a spoke and rim factory at I illness of several weeks. complete consummation. Such a bodyif Quite a number of young gentlemenand
: at the preliminary meeting every year I make a IIIL'i ;:a-
Brooksville. was a pleasant visitor -- alive and active, may be of great ladies were present and all spenta I
| Mr. Arch Cuthill. a prominent and II held in Tampa during the state fair I fusing one or two pounds of < '!I t
Friday. va'ue to the state. Such things as and social evening with !t
popular| citizen of Martel spent Saturday but it is not too late to get in if a I very merry :{tIthe ingredients. It fa plain 1">',
immigration, transportation, labor various music, etc.
Miss Edna Nelson and her cousin, I in Ocala the guest of his sis representative is sent to the Ocala games j!cake is necessarily rkJt. and I''ta.
laws, forest preservation and the Each young lady carried a daintily : .
Mr. W. M. Smith and Miss Annie Atkinson ter. Mrs Baxter Carn.I meeting.Bradentown Journal. ;a small bit of It can be sen- ': r- I
eneral promotion of the public wel- prepared lunch for two and partners :
down to Sumterville Friday I 'eaten at a lime. I usually !I' .

t:.j T afternoon went for a few day's visit I The Gainesville Sun of Saturday The most surprising thing about fare come within its province and it I were secured in an original manner ,i'cake in a danp ned cloth, !h':' } .'

with Mrs. Goree Nelson. !states that the enrollment of the pub- ;,the recent cold snap in Fort Myers i if I.is quite time that Florida had an effective -and at the proper time the couples j continually forgetting to wet I'i iI a

I lie school in that city has now reached ''that the mango blossoms escaped un I organization to look after thus chosen ate their lunch together. ,1 j discovered that a fresh appl tin

Capt.V.. E. Fosnot, of East Lake 49$. The enrollment of the Ocala pub- touched. Nothing is so sensitive toj I .nese things.-Tampa Times. Dr. Blalock and his prettly wife a tin box aided in keeping ,i':> o ,

I Weir, passed through Ocala Friday afternoon lie school is 540. i;even a cold windas the mango bloom, II 1 I .are: a very charming host and hostess 'I moist. The apple must .be r. .: \
I I The Dickson U. D. C. will ;
and their of last night spent
on his way to Keosauqna. Ill., and the fact that these were untouched guests ,!However ati soon a* if begins < ,1I
Rev. W. II. Dodge well known to :j for this most fittingly observe the centennary unusally anjoyable evening. !I
speaks volumes section's ;an .
: where he was called to the bedside I er, and a new one put in th- '
many people of this city, is now pas- > birthday of Robt. E. Lee. At high _
coId.-Fon :
immunity from My
of his mother who is dying.Mrs. J JennieV'ilstn in Woman's )It. IJ'I
tor of the Presbyterian church at I ers Press. noon they will attend the meeting of Increase f Business in the Ocala I .

M. Handelsman returned home Ocala Dr. Dodge is one of the ablest the Veterans at the residence of Mr. Postoffice. I I Green twigs from guava an l r-

__ yesterday from Starke, where she has duir.es in the south.-Gainesville Messrs. Meffert & Taylor inform us and Mrs. S. T. Sistrunk. A special mu- Postmaster Crom: of this city I? !Ion trees, the latter loaded with i.i 1''Th

been winding up the Boston Store's Sun. I II that they permit seventy gallons of sical and literary program with spec- feeling quite jubilant. He has completed i'were placed on ye scribe's di.i. Sat x

branch in that city. She was accom- I water per minute a day to go to waste .ial military features by the very best compiling: the records of his j lurday by Mr. Thomas Hartlgan as an

panied by her little daughter, Simmie.A Mrs S. Potts Eaglet left Saturday''!and that the city is perfectly welcometo talent in the city will be greatly en- !office for the ouarter ending Dec. :31 ;':indisputable evidence that the Christmas -

f('' Philadelphia, Pa., where she will it if it will make the necessary, joyed. Immediately following this a 190C, and says the receipts show an increase 'I frosts did Jot damage in east

proposition is being discussed spend several weeks with relatives. arrangements to obtain it. It seemsto reception will be held by the Daugh- over the corresponding quarterof Punta Gorda. Mr. Hartigan'g place Is

among Alabama legislators to do away Bffcre returning home she will spenda us that this is an easy propositionand ters and their friends with the Veterans last year of $781.57, or an increase well protected by tbe waters of the

3 with. the appropriation to the Tuske- few days with friends in New York one the city ought to readily ac as guests of honor. Mrs. Sis- of about 21 ppr cent. This is a very bay and it takes an unusually severe

) gee Normal and Industrial Schol, better f :.u Washington. Mrs. Eagleton will cept. A big tank could be erected trunk is considered one of the most granting statement and is one of I cold wave to send the temperaturethere

1 known as Booker Washington's be accompanied by hei little
I. school It is rich enough already. Margaret. directly from it. occasion is eagerly anticipated. growth. Gorda Herald.


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iMMISS or 6 months ago I sent you a copy of NOOKS AND CORNERS OF AMERI

my marriage license & also the names CAN HISTORY. F

JEFFERSON BELL of witnesses asigned to it to you & QJ q coh

ask you as a Bro. to please have it John Randolph, of Roanoke.

:recorded( on the pension recording list John Randolph is the most remarkable -

!& by return mail from you I find in an i iI character in American history and .
Most acorn roto
1I Discusses Many Things tia; ;
I .inclose envelope a letter showing you : nnatiu -
I as an all-round wonder will probablynever C .
complied unto my wish to you and had '
Interestingly. '''it recorded & would ack upon it at be equaled in the country's & "

E ..-- -- !'any time when notify by me to you.I .I.annals. P 2

The Ocala Banner's Special Tallahassee Letter. : will now tell you the cause of my Born in 1773 and dying in 1SS3. the t1j i

troubles I am now under. She whore ,courtly Virginian made a
an impression
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'L | was trying to make life easy with hei A,
!upon his day and generation that can '
Special to the Ocala Banner: high on account of the fact ,after my death which was at that timeI I never be effaced.

I Tallahassee Fla. Jan. 10.- officials and attaches of the could call her my lawful & lovely I Randolph fascinated his contemporaries ;4' .

birds of wife :\iinn ', but by disobayance of '
ceremonies to mark are passage
C were no Ii and his life-story is as fascinating I
;. at the capital depends on god's law & the law of our country
in the railroad I
change :
to us of today as it is surely
Hon. Newton A. of the wheel of fortune. i i she has lifted up her heel against me
Tuesday. destined
to be to those who are to
member and Hon. R. creating the su ,& by satanic influence of others has
new made of l&iiS; provided for a |been led astray which has caused her ,come after us :
Burr, who was re-elected, I In this brief article I would speak 'iiiIocI1
( and two associate jus- I to separate & be apart, and as I I :
3 oathsof office as if required by i j& not of Randolph the statesman, but of !
Hon. R. Hudson Burr was fixed their salaries at 'have male preparatioins: in her behalf I //i
I Randolph the man. As a statesman i
to succeed Mr. $1,000 per year. During the 'in the past let it be of no-a\-oyed-for
1 chairman the was the peer of any man his age | t / I
who retired from office in the seventies, the sal- ,;! wish:; to make it known at headquarters j'
Browne, ; !as a politician he was pre-eminently II t tj /: j
ftn day. Mr. Royal C. Dunn, who reduced to $3,000 at which of the pension:; beauroe that when j successful, while as an orator he had !i i The Great Home

the old commission as secretary have since remained. As ;,1 have decease in this life in death
but few
I equals and no superiors. I
chosen in the same capacity Ly I the highest court in the state that I do not want her to ever draw I John Randolph was a man. Drink For AllIndigestion

fir one.Ir.. Charles Puleston gone backwards instead of ;one copper cent of my pension afterI PhYSiC-I ,
I I ally, he was a mere shell, so .r .
t retained as stenographer. but I In those days they were bet- :i am dead & gone & it is the reason I frail that he was scarcely able to casta \ r, I l "-. .:'

since resigned to accept a held their offices by appoint iof all this, is by the way she has acted shadow. Jim i', !j ;
I Jeffries, had he been
i crative position elsewhere. I' life and had but little to do. towards:: me caused us to part, so \ tI ; I' I
in .
I living his day, could havo laid him ffttfft -J.
are paid- "less, forced- to (Ilet it come on to me so long as I live !II[ : .Jl&C ,
0 out with his little finger. I : ::1-: I' l ll;.1iU! :a-mrmL'IL.; ,
for election and land after death it. Write me a ". / .. -
In the supreme court Justice primary stop ,
I He was sick all his life and for years I I "
tcml B. Whitfield and Justice have grown until their letter by return mail & let me hear before the undertaker finally took .. Iii!il:'

Parkhill, whose new term of is given to the state. from you on this wise, I am yours in "alu.t' real
charge of him he was to all intents 'I'li'| j The great \ a ;0I
begins Tuesday, were sworn in. ;love
I"H and purposes as dead as he is today. I
was nothing to mark the day as state house all the depart I P. S. Bro. in Christ & Bro. comrade. .I'1_ k as a
And :yet, in the truest and highest t
ferent froin any other in the busy getting their reports unil death & will also ever be found I -
senses of the word, no man of his
these justices succeed them incidentally we are getting true to the democratic platform unto I time was so thoroughly and grandly remedial agent for Indigestion hast

Jal there is no change in the din> the legislature which now i death, so at any time it comes aroundto
alive as was John Randolph! i
Chief Justice Shackleford will the near future. do you any good as an officer you been thoroughly and satisfactorily
Frail as he was physically, mentally :i
TCIk tinue as chief justice until the commission provided may be assured that by my vote to -
and morally he was a giant of the f I..,* Ied Rock l'ingcr.lc..
term two years hence. last legislature to inspect, !you in the way of electing you againit proven by
giants, and by his superb will power I
r.ley Judge Whitfield and Judge and report to the legis- will ho _a pleasure to._ mp tr__ vote

hill are two opposite types 'of needs and requirements of for you and all good honest state officers and uncompromising integrity of spirit I. This statement i.t sustained, by till fad
wrote a page of his nation's history ;
men. Judge Whitfield is a man hospital for the insane vis- which have proved to our wel- thai eminent and ethical phyticuwjenthusiastically !
that will always be to us an honor and I J
takes life seriously-a man hospital Wednesday. The fare of the poor confederate Soldiers : recommend i'
a glory
responsibility. He has held consists of Governor &. widows of the Southern Confederacyof I ;
and it in their .
He was a politician. But he was a i uss prl.1rliff'
( of trust and responsibility all his I/ Comptroller Croom, Dr. J. the democratic platform. I will I j
politician with principle. Whether listening -..._.-..
the state board of health, close. Yours in love- _
11N He began his career as a public -- i
to the hosannas of
success or
very early in life and both as a M. Blocker of Pensacola i "December 13, 1906." sitting in the ashes of defeat, he never On :;a'. (txttled! ) at 'Jl gruc rlc .. anJ-.nii-ujli I .1. .,..r't i ..anH''anufactured

IseDiv ty and state official has E. Boggs, of Jacksonville, "To Hon. A. C. Croon Compt Rol.!
knew what it was to. feel the sting of
large part of the rt B. Cameron of Bartow. .\c-I at Tallahassee. Fla. rf
shame, the lashings of '
an upbraiding
J I. t
are attached to such positions. He the commission was )Ir.1| "Dear Brother Comrade: I write you conscience. r TTTJL{

onebirt man slow to form attachments >, of the Sun, who will \\:a few lines to let you know I & my ; J.

faithful and loyal to the highest give the public a graphic ).wife have made friends & we have got He never championed a cause that by THE RED ROCK COMPANY. Jacksonville, Fl ritf4.
he did not believe in with all his ,i
Jan cree to those whom he calls institution. f ii together on peaceful terms so I send I Ii ---- -- J '
heart and i i'man i
soul and there was not a ';
hel friends, as are all. men with -ex-ceedingly exceedinglyParkhill 'this i enclosed in in my pension vo'"v'
figure seen in the congress he served in who
that ieals. in the corridors er. I am owing ($;;J.00)) thirty dol-
did not know that John Randolph was Just ReceivedA
the Judge Whitfield is a student of Wednesday wasIr'i lars, & my warrent will not settle myhonest too brave to be frightened and too

for and of public affairs and perhaps Washington. Mr. Bryan' debts & now my friend please '
1 pure to be bought. !!
qU(>!ito a keener insight into political prominence by defeating have a charity heart towards me \$6)
Randolph had an ideal. Falstaff did I
t and effects in Florida than any in Washington county six dollars over my pension warrent. I not know what "honor" meant. Randolph SHIPMENT c iK .

"IIoalit man in the state today. as representative in the You my friend, will never lose any- did-and his honor :
was the
Judge Parkhill sees the at the last term. This tning by so doing, god will add unto,! O N 1N N.ONNIN..NIIII I/IIINi1111111
touchstone which
by he tried ew'I'I .\'-
Rev side of life. Nature made him iticim is a man of rather;:'you tenfold more in return. So grant :I
I : thing that he said or did. ;
A sive to comraderie and good appearance, tall and wears unto me dear friends & when you aid i White Cat
A Underwear
dark physical weakling, erratic, eccent; JulN j
day ship, and endowed him with graces beard. He has ':me in this kind deed you may assure trie impulsive, hot-tempered, the great t 0
tone and volume
men mind and personality'that have that you are helping a true old confederate -
i Virginian never lost sight of the star ,I *
us w "it is easy for him to make friends I I I orator of local note. A souldier & a true old democrat I f guided him-the star of truth and I .. ..1.N....1..++..+1/.+4..........+.++++..+...+..
turnand the people he meets. Gifted Mr. Bryan during the last!'who will ever be found at the po'esjto e

1 fine mind and readiness of speech, follows: ,' vote for all good officers such as I!principle His soul of was integrity not in the and market.manhood For! ;i DO To darn, to mend, to sew on buttons ? I IYOU

hono is a part of the life in the circle with a measure he |you and governor of Florida & will
could his .
no price be
jta's which he moves. ( went to Mr. Bryan and i ever be ready to support you and I I was high above being influencedby If not, try at least one of OUR ,=
to vote for it. This Mr.
inay Both Judge Whitfield and i Govern. Broward in every office you & I
either threat or bribe. It is the most comfortable 1
"1 are valuable members of curtly declined to do. (him will run for in the future. So do A LOVE BACHELORand
I gentleman of the "Old School, he
NoTh court and will add distinction to won't vote for my bill, this kind deed for me & also get Gov. I the 1
foolish at
." was enough to believe with all same time the SHIRTSBest
Recognizing the scar with aid &
work. Broward to help me your his heart, and soul, and mind and

to ler in the sanctimonious k I will ever apprepiate it with a fervent strength, that there was an Eterna! 50-cent Shirt, and it does not cost 8
rate It is a matter of wry general quickly replied, "My friend, heart. So god bless you & all
I Right to which he owed an uncompromising cent more. Try them for Comfort andVear.. Xo butt
by a gret that the proposed !- religion enough up here !the good old democratic state officers.
and unquestioning fealtyandto off
come or sew
tameire >amendment submitted to the I this session and my I "In Christ dear love-"
that belief he was faithful unto the
r 'last fall, providing for an increase running low-pra for end.: ; The White Cat Underwear sold bv
iereihildr the salaries of the justices of the Potatoes.
Irish Cobbler Seed
: There were giants in those days, but
court was rejected. letters on file in the i
!t preme pen- You want (he earliest potatoes in thf giants were unable to scare him I
There is not a man on the ) the following extracts I.your neighborhood. Plant the Irish M. FISITEL.
from the path along which he felt it !
of Cobbler round white and good yie'.di -
:t tht bench in Florida who could not requests that are ; ,
sto the practice of law in any state officials: I i ers; $:.65 per C bushels barrel or car to be his duty to travel. i .
load. Fred Harvey. Clearfield. Pa. Pages might be filled with his keen I -I
1'e town in the state, earn more than A. C. Croon Compt- II I
hall salary as justice of the: supreme (' Tallahassee Florida. t _. sarcasms and merciless retorts. Time I i ....N.NNNNN..pt7.1..K...O/f....+.............

tire I do not mean to say that the i, all may concorn: i I WOODMEN INSTALLATION.The (and again of unprinciple he was beset by the by footlickers the henchmen I I :44 ..4.......4+4444444.............................1'

heir pensation for this service should Comrade-I this morn- J. A. PITTMAN.
land E pTTMAN., .
time-servers of his day, and upon i iI p I
,wed based upon a man's earning : pencil and paper in hand annual installation of officers of I
there be turned with all the
i crearres ti
Let in his profession but I do say you a few lines to let you of ;; s i
'! Fort King Camp No. 14, Woodmen fire and fury, with all the wit and i
the salaries should be sufl cit> I I
lat it am. am not well &
the World took place at the Forest Friday -
vitriol of his impassioned soul, blistering i' I
igheend large for men of standing and [ Bro. am in trouble: no one 'I evening. Retiring consul Commander them until they howled with pain i j FURNITURE 1j ;

o'ober nized ability as. lawyers to be j:[ heaven & myself can ex Gottlieb was the installingi There. never lived a man about whom II'i

to hold them.Although i ; heart that is the cause i assisted by Or- '
i officer and was ably there is a greater fund of anecdote. : .
Tallahassee is at this .. ... .
1 seones a appointed 'ganizer C. II. Dame. J .. .r ..
A man might tell stories about John I
place it costs as much to live here now my Bro. in Christ & j .
officers'roster !
The following is the new the hour.
in a city. Few of the officials will I Ranlolph by : :j |
.1, are lead you in I i If want GOOD FURNITURE
; for the coming year: But interesting as these stories are j you
, enough of their temue of office said troubles & the cause, I ,
J Consul! Commander V. I eavengood -
j they pale before the simple fact of IP..mdolph's i
and that
ByOfl own their own homes anti rents are not more than 5 : incorruptible integrity. ,: I at prices have never been |

---- Advisor Lieutenant-J. R. White. L The old Virginian_ was brilliant, bril-1! | equaled in Ocala call and ex- I ..
tra ado Banker-Royal Cole. .
star, and his .
jliant as a many in day

RolThe ct 1 take Cardui"? writes Mrs. Clerk-Charles K. Sage. were made to feel the sting of his terrible I f amine our line. We have i Ii

Escort B. N. Dosh.

w Jelemma Mullins of Odessa, W. '; Watchman-R, \'. Flinn. I 13"- to tongue-but remember about the main the man thing is the for i| a specially desirable line of

N Va. "Because ; Sentry-Ado'.ph Ochs Dame. (fact that he was a man, and that he i + i.
M after
sufferingfor ': ,
Manager-J. H. Benjamin. .' not to be bullied bribed from .
was or
: : '
{"; several years with female I Messrs. C. H. Dame and X. I. Gott- ,jdoing the thing which he honestly h'lieved .: WILLOW R JC ERS, RUGS{ and M TTINGS. i: I

: lieb were elected delegates to the an- hH ought to do.

trouble, and trying different doc- ':anal convention to be held in Jackson- Long life to the: memory of John .I i !'iNr f4 s .._ .. I II"

riont j rifle in March with Messrs. J. G.Spaul- :
i !Randolph, of Roanoke-Rev. Thomas
- In tors and medicines without obtaining relief. I at last |;ding and P. V. Leavengood as alter- i!I B. Gregory I

IryOnly J found, in Wine of Cardui, a golden medicine for all :1 nates. i! .: PITTMAN & SON i -
my i After the regular business of the ; Cure of Lung Trouble. j!

'yiugtlr.('t1. ills, and can recommend it above all others for female :evening several short talks were made ;!t "It is now eleven_years since I had ,I I :t The I It I

by the members of the home camp as :a narrow escape from consumption." '; Furniture Men f
v complaints. ;well as by visiting chippehs from the .
(writes C. 0. Floyd, a leading businessman f 1
'mlit> !neighboring Forests. of Kershaw S. C., "I had run : OCALA, :-: :-: FLORIDA.

pas Cardui furnishes safe relief for backache, headache, i i At about ten o'clock the Forest Wis..,down in weight to 135 pounds, andcoughing t ..............N1.1..1.....4... .
I' was constant, both by day N 1...1..N.......:
pM (cleared and a number of large tables : ....... ..... .
taking : NNNN .
periodical and, by night. Finally began N44/NN..N...
pains .
irregular 11...
sever painful or unhealthy cata- ;'placed through the center of the ball, ;i Dr. King's New Discovery, and con- 11..t J

ay ane menial flow :and in a few minutes there arose the !i tinued! this for about six months ,
and all ailments from which sick women i when cough and lung trouble '- -
his st |aroma of some of the best oyster stews |I Ii my ; -
:were entirely gone and I was restored J
WillItmattI suffer. A perfect tonic for delicate women. A pure i that ever greeted the nostrils of aj I[to my normal weight of 170' pounds." }

# :hungry chopper. All did ample justice j|Thousands of persons are healed every -.

I r. Se vegetable medicine for girls and women who are subjectto 'to these when another course in the'I year. Guaranteed at Tydings & E. c. Smlt Co v. um

dent :'shape of fried Co.'s Drug Store. 50 cents and $1.00 I
with all the
accompaniments -
versa _} the complaints peculiar to their sex. Has benefitedover were served. I|Trial bottle free.- Funeral Directors and Licensed Embalmers\

Ir. SIn a million who used to suffer as you do. 1' The choppers spent another merry I The Geiger brothers, Hugh and Hardy We are equipped to do the very best work and ,'

hour or more after supper in singing, | sons of that eminent Baptist I only the latest and use

dead At every drug store in $1.00 bottles. jesting and generally making each preacher, Rev. L. D. Geiger, are now best method

peopd other feel more fraternal. in charge of the Inverness Chronicle I Telegraph Orders Receive Immediate Atte tiou

ex; WRITE US A LETTXSfcscrtbinx WINE Fort King Camp is taking on new and, being up-to-date printers and

yam fully i3: your symptom: life, nine aplications for membership live young men, will greatly improveit. j' OCALA FURNITURE

y ea'k IB and plain*( c rhl SHIN send! envelop you Free*. Advice CA R 0 U I having been presented at Friday' We have known them sonce they [ CO

anhfii Advisory Dept TM lakes'O F night's session.A I were small boys and will rejoice to j :pel and undertakes parlors corn f North Main
s Medtdoe Co.. Qutunoofi, <<. Otkl&naue. ..
special session of
J9 the Camp has see them reap a full measure of suc & .\ .

1ben i called for Friday night Jan. 23th. ,cess.-Punta Gorda Herald. Day Phone No. 10.' '
Mfbt Ir' B. ,1 and 117

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Local Editor. 1 TION. ED. i of our beloved state.ARTICLE .
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LOCAL AND PERSONAL. J The committee to arrange a suita The new Delouest building is one MEMBERS AND MANNER OF ADMISSION -

kit C. A. Tremi-re, Mr. Joe Davis I celebra-tion of the best constructed in Ocala) as the time of the holding of the Elegant in every detail was the ;

Mr. A. I). Mitchell, of Belleview were cf the 100th anniversary of the well as one of the most handsome. It state fair at Tampa preliminary steps card party at which Miss Mattie XX'il-

visitor to Ocala Tuesday. I birth of Robt. E. Lee has been very was very much in demand, the owner I were taken towards the organization The membership of this board shall Hams entertained on Tut't Nay evening < j

Iberia Henry Gordon has appoint- successful and is very much gratified receiving many applications for it.Mr. lof I i a state board of trade. Mr. Samuel be of two classes, (a) individual memo at the Ocala House in complimentto

_>,*d Mr. A. J. llrlgance as hrs chief dep- ,with the cordial co-operation of those Harry Precht, formerly manager ) A. Rawls, of this city, was elected bers who shall pay a membership fee her sister, :Miss Carrie Williams,

Katy. Ice Mr. Thurlow Bishop. I of the Ocala House Wine Rooms temporary chairman and Mr.V'. G. of $10.00 each, and $10.00 annually of Branford. '

was the fotunate one to secure it and. Brorien, of Tampa, secretary. As onlya thereafter; (b) members consisting of The large parlor of the Ocala Houw

)lr. \V li. McConn, of Crystal Rivas I entertainment.Mr. it is his intention to make it one of small)) section of the state was rep- delegates from other boards of trade is well adapted for an affair of this \bi

H, among the visitors in Ocala thrown open the doors of their lovely the handsomest saloons in the state. resented at said meeting the permanent who shall pay unto this treasury annually kind and on Tuesday evening it was
50 cents for each
Wt'4lcHtla and hospitable residence for this The fixtures will be in entire keeping i organization was deferred and a member of very prettily and tastefully decorated .

memorable) occasion, which will occur with the beauty of the building andit I i resolution adopted that all the boardsof their body, which payment shall entitle with bamboo and palms) while the
Conductor Oscar M. Eaton, oi Laketoad such body to '
one vote for each
Saturday evening, January* IS, at will) be conducted as a model) in its trade of the state be requested to two mantels, one at each Hid of the
was among the visitors to Ocala I j$10.00 so paid at any meeting of this
Is it will be of i send delegates to this city on January -! *
on XVcdnttfMiay.Mr I: o'clock) and one the line.Mr. board. room, were banked with pink and ij
mot tnjVi> able as well as instructive Precht has made himself extremely i ICth for the purpose of makingthe white carnations and asparagus ferns, .
W. H. Henry and little daughter ever giver. in Ocala. popular with a large class of i organization a permanent one. the effect being very delicate. :
t m t have returned to their home at The v 'trans: wil! 1 attend in full people and his friends are predicting In response to said resolution a I The invitations were for eight o'clock

that he will be very successful.The number of delegates met in Ocala) Section 1. The officers of this board and
Lake XVeir after a short visit in Ocala force which will add much to the dig promptly at that hour the guests

new saloon will be opened justas Wednesday at four o'clock in the Elks shall) be a president, vice-president,
wfch Mrs. \V. J. Chambers. nity of the evening, and after the began arriving and in a few moment c

literary and musical program they soon as he can procure the necessary 1 hall.)) treasurer, secretary and twelve direc- the room was filled with beautifully

Mta Johnson, of Asheville, N. C., will have an opportunity to indulgein fixtures and other accessoriesand Phomptl at the hour named Chair- tors. The president vice-president gowned women and handsome men

arrived In Ocala Tuesday afternoon many war reminiscences and thrilling as quickly as the building is man Rawls called)) the meeting to or- ,.secretary and treasurer shall be elect- the general ensemble being a very

Hod will spend the winter with Mrs. experiences of the blue and the completed.Sale der and Secretary Brorein read the ed by ballot at each annual meeting, brilliant one. Receiving with Miss

W. I). Graham. gray. minutes of the meeting at Tampa and.,for the term of one year and until Williams and Miss Carrie Williamswere

The following program will be rendered -! of Government Tents. the resolutions adopted there. On : their successors are elected and qua)- their sister and brother-in-law.

)Ir. and Mrs. XV. M. Ross, formerly Capt. G. A. Nash by order of those I ified. At the first annual directors
: i., calling the roll it was found that the I meeting )Ir. and Mrs. Richard S. Hall, Mrs.S. .
rWfnii of Ocala but who have been in authority sold several of the tents
I Rott. E. Lee Centeniary. I following cities were represented: I I shall be appointed by the president T. Sistrunk and Mewrs. O B.
ta North Carolina and at Sarasota for belonging to the Ocala) Rifles at pub-
Bartow-E. W. Codington, C. H. afterwards elected annually.
Overture, "The Conquering Hero ;; Howse, J. H. Workman and A. J. Me

J the past two years, expect to make Comes-Orchestra. pic auction at the armory Tuesday ,Walker. I i I Section 2. The president, vice-pres- Laughlin.

<1" JtorJ'Minvllle their future home. I Prayer.-Rev. Mr. Dodge. [night. Jacksonville C. H. Smith, Edwin :j lident, secretary and treasurer and directors After greeting the members of the
Mr. Henry Livingston was fortunate
i Hymn, "How Firm a Foundation," Brobston. II shall together constitute a receiving party they were served
Mrs.I 1.4* Miller left XVednesday afttttKKm enough to secure three of them, Mr. I board of directors for the
Orchestra Accompaniment. Audience. Fort \I'ers-W. S. Turner. management with fruit punchy by Miss Mary Ju-
for More, Fla., near Lake- J. L. Smoak, one, Mr. Hampton
of affairs of the board
Christian Life of Robt. E. Lee.- Tarpon Springs-G. E. Noblitt. these han, who wore a girlish white dress
laM, to join her husband. They will Chambers, one and Mr. Boohr, one. I[officers shall enter their official
Rev. R. V. Atkisson. Palatka-H. O. Hamm. upon over pink.
Ii t rake their home at that place for
Bugle call Rebel yell, boll of drum, Palmetto, (Manatee River board ofj:I I duties immediately upon election. There were sixteen table arrayedin
Animals and Human
tht pr *ent. Mr. Miller! being in the Speech. I i'
fife, Dixie.-Militia. trade.-J.) W. Jackson.St. Section 3. An assistant secretary the parlor and for two hours the

turpentine business! in that section. Quartet, "Tenting on the Old Camp Animals have much more capacity I Petersburg D. Bell)), A. F. shall be appointed by the board of fascinating game of whist was played

C&J. XV. S. XVest. wno formerly operated Ground."-Messrs. George Nash, Geo. to understand human speech than is Bartlett. directors at the first regular annual progressively. The game were marked

a lumber mill in this county, Martin, Jim Mathis, Frank Gates. generally supposed. The Hindoos invariably Arcadia-Edward Scott. meeting after their election, or as by Mrs. Howard Clark. Miss Whit

fe vMtlng Tampa where he has large Military Life of Robt. E. Lee.- talk to their elephants, andit High Springs-W. M. Gramble, soon thereafter as may be practicableand field and Miss Juhan on very attract

i&ttreets. lie has recently been crit- Mayor Izlar.Reading is amazing how much the latter I G. Knight. )1.// shall)) hold office during the pleasure live score cards. XX'ben the scores

featty III and his friends will be pleas4 "Sword of Robt. E. Lee," comprehend. The Arabs govern their Tallahassee C. Gilmore. of the board. were taken it was found that Mr

to hear that he has entirely recov- -Miss Leafy Sylvester I camels with a few cries and my associates Tampa-XX'. F. Himes, J. D. Calhoun -"I Section 4. The annual meeting of I Harvey Clark and Mr. Tom Harri

"A Confederate Dollar ] T. the board shall be held on the third the gentlemen and Miss Eloise
tfiIII. Reading, in the African desert were always J. Laud-Brown, W. G. Bro among

Bill,"-Miss Sara Harris. amused when I addressed a remark I rienThe I XX'ednesday in January in each and '.Miller) and Miss Louise Harris among;

,: Maj. II. C. XVright, of Macon, Ga., Well Rounded Life of Robt. E. Lee to the big dromedary, who was secretary announced that sev every year. the ladies had tied for the highest

formerly( \'k-president of the Mer- -Mr.Viil Gary. my property for two months; yet at eral communications were received ARTICLE V.INDEBTEDNESS.. score. On the cut Miss Harris and

, caBt's National bank, of Ocala, is I True Incident of the Rappahannock.Miss the end of that time the beast evidently j from the different boards of trade Mr. Harris won the prize. the for

t in the city for a few days' visit with- Louise Scott. knew the meaning of a number !stating that they were sorry that they indebt-edness. mer's being a beautiful crewent pin

f at* daughter Mrs. Raymond B. Bul-. (Musical accompaniment, Miss Sallie if somple sentences. Some years could not be represented but were in and the latter's a pretty Hl scarf

: ,r.Mot. Camp. ago seeing the hippopotamus in Bard hearty sympathy with the movementand VI. pin. Mr. Mclaughlin and Mi** Alice

Music, ".Massa's in de Cold, I num's museum ]looking very stolid hoped it would be successful. AMENDMENTS.Amendments Bullock were awarded ke "boobies,"
Mrs. Gc.+rge MacKay, of this city,
'' Ground and other Southern Melodies) and dejected, I spoke to him in English After some discussion a motion was to this constitution a drum and a horn.
i ... .h from Kingston Jamaica, and
-Orchestra. but he did not even open his made that the permanent organization shall be made only by a vote of two- After the games chicken salad), and
wau has JHAny relatives 1 living there
Master of Ceremonies,-Col. JohnI l be effected and for this its accompaniments folto..ed by Ice
r t+ eyes. Then I went to the opposite ( purpose a thirds of the members present at any
t Is aaturally wry much alarmed ineMe4)tttw I 1I
I Martin; Musical Director, Mrs corner of the cage and said in Arabic I committee was appointed consistingof regular meeting. cream, cake and mints was. served on
<' of the recent terrific
Handley.Mr. "I know you, you come here to one member from each city represented ARTICLE V1I.QCORU the small tables.)
.rtboake' there and the conflagrabkb -
me." He instantly turned his head to draft by-laws and a con- I. This was one of the largest parties
has been
tM.s followt'She Robert: Thagard Bitten fcy Ma stitution and to the ever given in Ocala aad wan a
toward me; I repeated the words report meeting at The
utabk to l k+arn any intelligence from president and acting presidentand
Dog. its session. brilliant affair. Miss \William guests
and he
thereupon came to the
corner two directors shall constitute
Ik rken city as all telegraphic) a
where I was standing, his The following delegates were nam- were the following:
,v i tttluaunkationr have been cut off. Robert Tbagard SOl of Mr. E. P. pressed working quorum at any regular and
ed on said committee E. W. Mr. and MrsR.. S. Hall Miss Carrie
huge, ungainly head against the bars : Coding-
duly called special meeting of the
-- -- Thagard, cf Ocala, was bitten on the
Ir XV. S. Turner a former resident: hand by a mad dos on Sunday evening of the cage and looked ia my face i ton Edwin Brobston, XX. S. Turner, beard of directors. Williams, Mrs S. T. Siwrunk

of oar uetatiboring city, Inverness at the home of Miss Ellen! Hug- with a touch of delight while I stroked IG., E. Xoblitt. H. 0. Hamm, J. W. I ARTICLE VIII. Misses Edna Williams SaUte ('.&nlp.

was top .busy all day Wednesdaytekinf I his muzzle. I have two or three Jackson, A. F. Bartlett Edward BYLAWS.The Sara Harris Annie' Darts, b'uib'
gins, two miles west from Kendrick:, I
hand with old friends all of times found a lion who recognized the .Scott, F. C. Gilmore, J. D. Calhoun, Scott, Alice) Jhlll(>("k. Edna I'.nrPauline
:Marion county. He started at once by-laws of this board shall)) be
same language, and the of !Iw. )I. Gramble. T. E. Biggs. Sullivan. X'aleta POUt. 8.
him expression
whoso are iliad to *ee and know j
to the Pasteur Institute in Atlanta, made end issued by the board of di .
tai .ae i I. doing *o well at his newhosar Ga. his eyes for a minute seemed positively I Before the committee retired one of I|,rectors. rah McCreery, Bolise filler < e aIfatchell -

human.-Bayard Taylor. |the members stated that ) Anna Mixon. Trill. MClaugherty. <
at Fun Myera. Dr. Turner says I the con-::
About nine o'clock in the morning I I After the adoption of the above the
i i Bessie Porter !1'i I H I 11
that the mango trees and other tender mittee would be pleased to hear sugjgesticas -
he heard dogs fighting in the yard ; .election of officers was taken up and .
I Use of Profane Language I Condon, Sara Whitfleld. Anale. v KM:
his section in full from all
plants are any or present asi
and went out to stop them when he 'the I following gentlemen were elected ) -
Mourn and show no injury from the bitten.It i Unless something is done to check i\ito the best method of organization, !.!I son, Margaret and Mamie Tayl '' \u

was : the Americans I ( : nie Mathews Louise Fn-'wt'II, ...,.,
evils must soon become -land the chairman :
r late ttM weather.tfr. i called Dr. Earl
< 1 on '
is that the bit Rawls
S. A.
reported same Ocala president.
a known as the st foulmouthed Thagard Louise Harris, M_'r .1 t
'I Jett of St.
I its owner, his wife and child, near i, Petersburg to give the{'II J. T. Land-Brown Tampa vice-
Davtd S. Woodrow baa purchased i persons on earth. It will first be I committee I the benefit of his sugges-l H. Workman. O. B. Howae. John f',
Flemington the next morning.The j president.
the block on which was formerly j !necessary to determine the cause of : He and stated lot T. II. Harris. E. L. Scott. If. '
dog wanted to get into the : responded that! W. G. I rorein. Tampa
he Howard Academy school building I the use of profane language before the'I'I thought that it ought to be made secretary. Palmer. ..re.. Williams R T.1.!., '
house and having no suspicion that ; E. W. Codington, Bartow, treasurer.
and ha. also purchased the fourteen any real cure can be applied. One |'I e'ws, XV. D. Taylor Alfred Bek, HMcDougald. -
genera enlisting as many people to .
there was anything wrong, the woman i i The officers as they were elected
or more buildings on the railroad cause is undoubtedly the lack of a-I:join it as : Ben Rhetnauer. K: ''.
possible the
opened the door for him when he I made very pretty speeches, all prom-
property adjacent thereto and is luv- sufficient vocafaularly to express one's confines of the entire state. He referred Robinson Harvey Clarke Ralph !< .1.
bit her and the child. The husband Ii j ising to use their utmost efforts to .
till iU theM homes moon thej thoughts or what he conceives to be to the fact that Calofornia) has a j insoiu A. M. Goodwin. H A. XV,*' r
the woman's assistance and
came I' organization.
1.......11 Academy lot and will rent the his thoughts. It is this faulty vocabulary state board of trade and has accomplished i- ;promote man, Sam Teagoe. Ben Condon. K J
attempted to drive the dog out
that induces Crook II. B. Hulse, J. H. Ml, t' If
atone to colored! tenants. This it females to de- most wonderful i ,
a work for I General is
Attorney Bonaparte
he turned and attacked the man bit- pre-
format scribe as "awful" things entirely dissociated Lloyd, A. J. McLaughlin. Mr. and Mi .
wen,. is becoming a profitable that state by distributing literature his .
ing him. One report says the dog was I paring to go predecessor.
ia and number from any feeling of awe and Sam Rawls, Mr. and Mrs. ArhfHardaker
hitMtiMftt Oeala a and devising oher methods for
killed. inducting i;Moody, one better in the prosecutionof
I has ..
aer ........ in it. "funn '" that which is merely odd. I immigration to it. He said that aj{< reforms. He is showing a deter- Mr. and Mrs. SI. J. R ..sMr

The male, with his and Mrs. 'C. W. Hunter Mr anl
-- --- greater freedom of
Mr. E. C. Hood, formerly a mer- united organization embracing the ]mined spirit to have the pure food
r A big hunting expedition is being speech uses an oath to the Mrs. G. Jo'. Dittmer sad Mr. and Mt,
chant in this city, now living at Santiago express whole state could be much more serviceable -]bill lived up to by the manufacturersof
fired by a number of citizens of same idea which is not an idea but Howard Clark.
J w de Cuba was in Ocala Wednesday than separate organizations !,) the couatry- He feels that the individual -
). Omia.! Antoag others the party will merely a futile to Some notably handsome K HV.jd
having Just returned from Union attempt express and that in the present condition oft i( health of the people of the
eaatttst of the following gentlemen: that which is not conceived and whichis were worn on this occasion, tko* of
Springs Ala., where he went to at- the railway service in Florida a state!]United States is of the first importance -
>>-en. J. L Smoak J. P. Galloway not conceived and which consequently I the hostess and boeor guest Hetag r.specially
tend the funeral of his father-in-law board could do effective work. \ and has given his personal attention -
J. H. Livingston. jr., Otto Mente. C. cannot be expressed. 0'1 it beautiful. visa Williams
the late Maj. R. G. Wright, of Ox Dr. Bartlett was followed byji'Messrs. to seeing that the details of
I. Ill George Davis and Rev. C. C. /
Times-Democrat. 'iMan's gown was of white lace laaoA Hy
+ ford, whose death occurred in this Codington, Himes, BittingerjCalhoun [this bill are carried out. As an evi-
Carroll. They will be joined by1 r. trimmed with silver apaaffed n-f
city. Dr. Hood is doing well in the Smith, Rheinauer and oth- :deuce I, of his desire along this line he
C. J. McCranle. of Stanton. game Best Friend. .and pink moss rosebuds and *", >,:7:
Island[ : Republic. His business is that ers, all)) making enthusiastic speeches J]has recently accepted the office of
warden for the county, and :Mr. Jonas It is safe to say that any child handsome.
of planting orange groves, bringing and valuable suggestions. All the I-vice-president of the "Public Defense
DrW*ers. of Ocklawaha. This is go- brought up to be kind to animals Miss Carrie XVilliam wa lovely I in
them to maturity and selling them to speeches were particularly pleasing:]League." Some of his associates in
lie to t e the biggest "hunt" of theM will preserve through adult years a i(II ;a white net gown over tatJeta trimaj
persons who want to possess them but :and elicited very hearty enthusiasmand I this organization are Cardinal Gib-
*..OR and they e\poct to bring back compassionate nature.Providence ;ed with bands of late aad Mrs. Halt d
I do not know how to plant them. He : the good points of many of them bons, the great Catholic prelate Luther
with them quail wild turkey, venizon Journel. I Imd charming costume was steel gray chef
says the soil and climate) of Cuba were punctuated with appleause.The Burbank, the noted plant specialist,
ctrl one or two bears.ir. Our kindly contemporary is preach- i fon voile built over chiffon aad Uf
are all that is desirable but the con afternoon session was regarded |s other men of national reputation.It .
ing sound doctrine. The child who
is feta and embroidered in silver grayand
) Joseph L. Ws'cne, or Rockwell ditions down there are not entirely as highly pleasing and satisfactory.At is believed that if the provisions of
I taught to love animals and have a pink threads.
for a IoAg time the head bookkeeperfor ideal for those who have lived all the eveningsession the committee this bill are faithfully enforced that
dog as a companion is introduced to Miss Whit field added to the plea.tire .-
. the Dunnelkra Phosphate coiapa their lives in the south and that while : on constitution made their report the health of the people will be largely
a friend of the truest and best kind- of the evening by singing st-rat
the idea of annexation is growing if and the follcv.; was adopted by sec-
..,. aad in all respects: a most cs- the kind of friendship that lasts. I IHa"e improved. solos.A .
tUMble oitisen. died at his old homeat the United States should annex the tions:
you never had a dog?
Madison Monday. He was buried island it will annex a lot of trouble. } ARTICLE I. Griggs-Caldwell. number of Greeks passed tlarolUb
Then don't know
I iI you what pleasurecan Miss Mary Caldwell, of Electra,
in that city Tuesday at one o'clock. I be had in his in Name the city Tuesday on their way to Tar
and Mr. Robert E. Griggs, of Moss
Mr. .' 1Ito had been ill for a long In the Turpentine 3usiness. The name of this organization shall
t ,( rambles, in his quiet inour pon Springs to engage in the njxjng-
:Messrs.: Ferguson and Usher, whohave presence I Bluff, were united in marriage Sun-
" tin* aad was recently sent to New his be the Florida Board of Trade industry. The Greek appear to have
room, unobtrusiveness
human evening Mr. J. C. Pillans, of
been in the general business day
grocery -
the Dunnellon Phosphatecosttpaay ARTICLE II-OBJECT
York by company would bore I captured the sponge industry on tV
you; a
for treatment but to no in this city for several years, little "chum"who The object of this meeting shall be ficiating.The west coast rf Florida. Those who
always himself
His friends In this city will have embarked in the turpentine bus- adapts to further all business interests and wedding was solemnized at the
+ avail : ,, have been engaging in the sponging
to your mood when I
man or woman home of the bride's uncle, Mr. J. F.
iness. They have purchased an in-
i it I rev ret to team of his demise would jar to advertise the resources of the state industry on the west coast of Floridafor <<
terest in the Suwannee Turpentine upon you. Caldwell, and was witnessed by onlya
of Florida. To
all encourage new enter years hate complained against tie! t
By means cultivate in
at Kingston. in and few friends and relatives of the
The Earthquake company Levy county Mr. To
prises. co-operate other
a love of animals, of"man's ravages which this foreign element
Fuller accounts of the earthquake Usher will go to that place to take especially :Boards of Trade. To afford a medium I young couple. has been making on sponges and It
best friend the
at Kingston. Jamaica and the conflagration charge cf the business Mr. Ferguson dog-New Friends extend congratulations and
through which the Commercial and
York Herald."'"' was due to their: complaint that Senator
that quickly! followed in its remaining in charge of the grocery best wishes to Mr. and Mrs. Griggs.
Industrial bodies of the state may act Taliaferro secured ealiOBal kgi4
w..ke the same as at San Francifco store here. This naval stores company -
The Goulds are in Florida. They in union. To improve transportation The Riverside orange output it is 1 at ion which, in a measure prevents
[) make it much worse is and the Ocala
and Valparaiso a strong one
I came in their beautiful yacht facilities. To encourage immigrationfor said will be less this ;year than last prohibiting the sale of sponge la
than it first reported.ProfKrty friends of Messrs. Ferguson & Usher
wa the purpose of supplying more and this country which are secwaJ by

was greatly damaged ant hope they will be eminently successful The New York potato market is im better labor. Always having in view year. diving inside the national jsrit etion.Fcmaadlaa .

I. at least an bunderd lives lost. in their new business. :proving. the elevation of moral standards and 1 OrnonJ is ready for the auto races. Record.

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Certain it is Senator Tillman has other of the
C Senator Tillman has seen fit to Our hopes, like dead sea fruit so root increased any of the little popularity -

V. Leavengood Business Manager. (I'criticise President Roosevelt for th ofen vanish at the touch. The people he may have possessed in the At the present

'I dismissal of the negro battalion othe C of Alachua county were no doubt told south by his vicious and vigorous at- population of ms m

f t iR : Twenty-fifth Infantry on the by the "dry" campaign orators thatif t:1upon President Roosevelt's action self in half a :

hliu II(I ground that the accused men were the county was voted "dry" there in the mater of the negro soldiers I ---

!not given the right of a trial by court, would be scarcely any need of courts who "shot up" the town of Machinery; i .: } -. S'v::. ; .,..' '. rtr.h'i
I dark colors :
Ii f.t martial to which they were entitled.,, ,or sheriffs and policemen in uniforms j Bro Ds\ille. Texas. ; S..tt:: : t'I J Y a3ni !
ing and are
hence the action of the president i ia crime would be so greatly lessened. I The senior senator from South Caro- i i and Md&l r;. ; ,

without constitutional authority.1 I But instead of which the courts cons liJ.a is a sort of stormy petrel, a One of the r. r.':: : '. =' ..111I

,I, Whether or not Senator Tillman i tinue in Alachua in full blast and we I harbinger of strife. Whenever he i the carpenter's I C

really sincere in his opposition to the i'hear reports of crime from murder- !burt into the public view it is to I!may be quickly etl

I eminently just and proper action oiMr rthe blackest: in the catalogue.down i stir up something, to make the waters i illlg. i BOXES OF

: Roosevelt, while governor of Sout l t to the quiet games of craps in some boi!-almost, it might be said to set I I

Carolina, himself established a precedent i secluded corner of the woods. the dogs of war in motion. It really I By a new piece RA OINTMENT
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1 Motto: The Banner believing thoseat for that action. I 'Tis true; 'tis true, 'tis pity; and begiub to look as if he couldn't helpit the checks are I ._.....

the top well able to take care of : The fact has been recalled. say thf i pity 'tis 'tis true." that he was made that way, and, preventing I ", &1101.,. [ 1m"..... ; 'd' ,,*1
'; ed net : f ,
themselves has taken its stand in the New Orleans States, that when th jj! What does it prove. It proves that I perhaps, on that ground he should be. ,: ....rarcr d I h,':" VI' Sur4

barricades with the common people j"Darlington Whiskey War," as it wa i ;you cannot legislate a people, moral in i art, excused. Two mail order ,. a''j
for .bot'!" :," ,'nA"nth A- yl
t and its fight will be made for the betterment termed, occurred in 1891, Govern rnor| religious You may as well at- :. has been known for some time I have opened .( it. -. llru'"

of those at the bottom. I Tillman ordered the military companies tempt: to legislate the Erhion'an that his views were antagonistic to and results are I i. alur *. -.f. ItUtCUlli

t -. -_.-- ---- --- j in the service of the state to assemble j white or the leopard spotless.F the policy of the president in this.mat- est by I VI alII;. .a P hri...,..I,i L.t"-i f

at Columbia but mt..t oij : You cannot by legislation make a Iter. .. '
FRIDAY JANUARY 13, 1907. but for just what reason has beena I +'n !>uff..nll, <*
j them refused; to obey the order i bad man a good man. You can move mystery, unless the solution be I The latest thin ; aLum a in*Hit h tb*
.. I tachable sole and j I .ores began u b.*i,
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alI (Among the few however, that responded !temptation: from cis path you can found in the suggestion that has been butmall <-alr

3 There are i.ow cases of typhoid fever to the call of the governor: !'surround him with good influences, offered, that it was just because it man may become rruptuin, apfwawd

in Set ant on, Pa. was the Newberry Rifles, and this i i .i:you can stimulate his moral! tone and was President Roosevelt who did it. The war is I whoretbr.una trra. Kr-w that had

I ----- company was instructed to takecharge 'in time make some impress apon him. But the exhibition of these views tune onward I wwtroubled
ia the United ,
The United States commissioner
reports of the two telegraph officesin But this cannot be done by legislative which he made the other day in the i by such
the in .I l
progress on the Panama canal. newspapers severe lU tung flirt.
:. Columbia and establish a censor "enactment. senate and the extent to which he south and all I until I blt-are

ship over all telegrams filed for transmission As a rule every legislative enactment it. I would s' aids tte
t Judge Wall is still so ill that he has / went in denunciation of the presi- ment of the negro I I blood t0an lo fUw.

srI not yet been able to hold court. and to reject all of a sensa I multiplies crime and the habit of making dent's action was hardly to have been I the itching for a few

tional or incendiary character, as the legislature a "doctorshop" for, expected even from him. The United I place would appear

Ini The lights recently went out on j. Governor Tollman had taken controlof the cure-all for moral and all other diseases Senator Tillman throws little light I undertaken the nc' 'would about aorwapwf tea ywu

i Gcurnor Hughes in New York and he the telegraph lines in the state. is making us a nation of crim on the reasons for his attitude in the en'ades and a effort/ to effect a cau+e.
had to resort to the ancient candle. The company performed this duty inals. tirade which he delivered upon the engineers have thta time had appw* f my body e cef t say ,
for one night but on the following But going back to Alachua county, so, ate floor. "The uniform of the wo k. I The beet doctor mr '

JaTO The German government has authorized morning the commanding officer sent I the Elevator prints the list of its con- er'listed man is a badge of honor," he M'd me to IIM arseo*
the of salve. I then purchase Robert Lewis a u*
i to Governor Tillman the resignations gested criminal docket immediately si.: That seemed to be his text. The Dutten in a miiturs which
Stevenson's home in Samoa. of himself and all his men on the upn the heels of the adjournment of Ardet he appeared wholly blind to cently been ""' pain. In adJ -

The sum of $180.000.000 will be paidin ground that he and his men had not the circuit court as follows: the justice of tearing the badge of with a capital of rernedxv& -+ ,such'as a iodine Sarw, 5

dividends this month in New York responded to the call to be used "in "Were it not that the recent articlein honor from one who had disgraced it ence B. Strouse and in fact I was ee.. t'

I I city alone.-Lake City Index. the distasteful duty of scrutinizingthe the Elevator referring to the state by the crime of assassination, or an- in its organization. reraMr a fair trial
1 one or two Utsai r
private affairs of citizens of South lof criminal cases on the court docket I"'r who had hidden the assassin wa fruitli. ... PIMJbo

Carolina." This officer also expressed t has been referred to as untrue and I front the .law. The first fall out and I wurardy !
Halt the winter is gone and WE
t" have only had two cold spells-one: the opinion that such service as his those papers who copied it, requested It appears from his argument that just being .I u A ed few-'a month-afar, }

Ge : dirhl one and one serere. company had been required to per to make correction, the matter would Senator Tillman rather sought to turns Heretofore it has >-t ererythiag *<*., i

It form would have the effect of further not have been given further space. A th. facts in the Brownsville case to because of the try, Cutirtira Oat arat.
u-d Cutirwa Soap I
titNe Willie Hearst and Banquo's ghost: irritating the people and that the it is a simple statement of the condi- hU own ends than to deal with themin con-jtions: tl with it. After U>>U)<

are, perhaps, synonimous terms with l company did not care to be placed un tion of the criminal docket at the pres. the abstract as a case of an evil Yea. ruf>Me4y rurMd, >
rt<>red. after oart*>a
Usti McClellan.-Pensacola Journal. der such orders in the future. It appears ent time is sufficient to show the and :its remedy. Frank Stanton and an eippsdiIiire et

are that this communication and strength of this paper's position. Ihe attitude of Senator Tillman in ; irr vainly rid ywwa.t
good thing about I .hall be to write
one Count Malabrl, a French nobleman,,,, the resignation accompanying it so, i "A copy of the docket shows one regard to this Brownsville affair is inexplicable is t.. sjlad taU-revted '-
never nipped by mar
drl has purchased one hundred acres of, enraged Governor Tillman that on the I case of illegal liquor selling that at the on any other ground than In the cram )latt..,.. .tft'-

Ian land near Fort Pierce for which he, same afternoon he caused the following regular spring term will have been tlrt it is, simply, Senator Tillman. Aug. 14.. I***.'
submarines the tar worW ....., 8hf .
iel' paid 18000. order addressed to the captain of pending eighteen months; one case of He has sought to oppose the views of ,>Qu ....... ltrr
directions & w IM dlla eel II&ic4
'hat the Newberry company to be read at embezzlement! eighteen months; two and feelings of the people throughoutthe

he 'Ionda's internal revenue receipts an inspection of the state troops then (cases of forgery, eighteen months; one south, his own state included, Mrs. Russell
rr '005 were $967,780.92. and for "'ral V,ldimr ft
in Columbia: j case grand larceny and one case of whom he is supposed to represent cere in her desire j
ortoe. 1906 were $1,168,223.48: increasefor I procurator at Rug
an "Under the laws of South Carolina ;perjury, eighteen months; one case of and j .ining with those who are antagonizing that J60.000.000 to
last of j n.1t (l *i *'( | ft-r
o, year $200,444.5C5. the governor is clothed with discretion i attempted bribery of grand jurors the president in this matter, :point Mrs. Sage to I
tI10 I t. His
and power to call out the militia ,t'\':Ive months; two cases of emhez- l principally for their own political school houses." awawu w.
The Tampa Herald has been selected -
II ttE" by the county commissioners of whenever, in the judgment of the governor -i I..ziement, twelve months: two cases of le..-'s, to make mockery of justice.It and supply them

it may be necessary and whenso :murder, six months; two cases of embezzlement I j Is, as we have said inexplicable :tar' modern -""
llillsborough for
county the printingof I
A called into service of the state : six months; one case of 'oa any other ground than that it is catse la this ......k
the delinquent tax list.
'ayken the militia shall be subject to the assault with intent to murder six just Senator Tillman.-Atlanta Con I Miss Ida B. .J'J...a with a tarp.

The I months one case larceny, six months; old sister of Mrs. sad otter Was
best new year editorial we have same rules and articles of war as ; stitu ion. :

yw seen this season is that of GeneralE. troops of the United States. The action i:|I one case of robber, six months: one I of Pittsburg, Ii!' '[ Ia.... to a rlipre..o

urn M. Law in the Bartow Courier-In- of your company and your daringto !''case of obstructing railroad track, six The late Shah of Persia owned the p Howard Lappe, a : of the norhera fur

nit form?n .-Dunnellon Advocate send it to me under these rules is i months; one case of selling mortgaged most precious jewels of any ruler on I]man of Pittsburg, ; I .-? Mwr ......

ono mutiny and an insult to the com- property, bond estreated and earth. Among other magnificent jewels ]her! efforts by Mrs.George ,I

as Mr. Foraker is making an oratorial mander-in-chief, who was given his: 'case continued: one case of murJer was the Darya-e-Nur, or Sea of B. ; I of the Bv.rgia
lay bid for those colored delegates, but commission by the people. The duty \!under indictment, defendant not in Light diamond, the largest and most ..... drerf r ball
j the
"\ Mr. Fairbanks has the cold cash and of the soldier when called into service ''!custody. The names!; of the partiesand : brilliant in the world.. One of his : chairmanship II I will f*_ IM- PU' t',

No the cold cash will make hot talk. is blind obedience to orders full information could be given ,greatest treasures was a large gold I national* committee i ; HHI i nov v >>-' ;"
vel! can have
Th'ter from his superior or not to question but it will! be readily seen that: thereis :globe rPiireot'Bting; the world.! Each ) !- ..r 1"- and ;,. ,":
It used to be Mabel. Then it v/as pain contributions
them in any degree. You have failed material on hand enough to keep a :;continent i is" narked: out with clusters are ..,na..i .. ftf :.r
Mabelle. With the prospect of having r. aul owners.-
rate to learn the first lesson and I will court busy for a week at least, and ''of precious stones. Persia is outlined !
acre ,s to Steel l Trust dividends it has ---- I IRepresentati"es
iy aline make of you and your company anI'all of this comes direct from the rec- covered with diamonds England e i
become Maebylle.-Courier Journal. I
- example. YOUR RESIGNATION IS1''ord. the Elevator's position seems well 'i!I rubies and so on. I a Japanese j >mar"- that :d-: .,

rerer4 There was an unique strike at Memphis :\ACCEPTED. BUT YOU ARE I,taken when it asked for a special! ; i arrived at 1 Uk < it) lades i 4
West Florida's Candidate.
Tnn., Monday, the "hello girls" DISMISSED FROM THE SERVICEOF ,term especially as this is the opinion.I i i I! It tract for a supply 1 mash! !"H'oWl'l

It '- all leaving their switch boards at the THE ST.\TES UNWORTHY I,of the majority. Had it not been for I The Jasper News thinks that when 1 ly of whale meat, I us nf that Wes >

hildrth same time. TO WE,'.R ITS UNIFORM." !i the sharp practice of introducing as Times'i will be used for j in WahHurt"B taa-
the! editor of the Apalarhicola
-------- In this way Governor Tillman "dis-1;attorneys: for the defendants the son __ if I a cooiiiMMktfi acuonx
I meets Albert Jennings he will be aJennings
.. to Of course Senator Bailey will be missed without honor" and without i,of the presiding judge which debarred i I ; I The life of Mr. .ff a Kl"rt4a wool'ur
man. The genial nature oPensacoia's
sent back to the senate. Didn't the benefit of a trial by court-martial a his honor from serving- the bench, popular citizen makes.. as recently .

tallire last Georgia campaign show that the company of_ state troops. thus furnishing some of these cases would have been ''I Morning News
him friends wherever he and
people dearly love a man who is able! I a precedent, if one were needed j j i brought to a hearing and considering ; goes. ,fairy story. Mr. I : 'MII.a. tn ih' ..It',
while Editor Johnson mad not be induced
leir'ved to borrow big money?-Georgian. i for President Roose 'elt'3 action.that the Sun man has openly advocu-I! to "think as Pensacoliathink" perhaps, the second |I have vary f

------- ---- in the case of the negro battalion. :'!ed the cause of one party indicted for Uiiitfd States, wace ..f ..mlt""'f\. .
Another great need of Florida is 'I about the gubernatorial race [
l.ct Pensacola News. ':embazzling a large sum of money and nilas.; nt >...rft F'tW
good roads. Good roads mean better ; yet we are sure he would be impressed !
lat IIght' I _. ___n Trent on the bond of one charged with ; the twit awnhr
living. They will add to the beauty with the earnestness and sincerity '
: : THE WORLD LOOKS GOOD TO US. :attempting to corrupt public justice by I ReHenry M. and rvtaim- t ,.,
of the universe. Every effort should II of the man who west Florida may
'ltt uober bribing a member of the grand jury. i I Iat his home in ;!. employees by per
I le made! to secure them. 'I offer as her candidate for this exalted
------ I I The outlook for the year 1907 looks j I jit is not astonishing that the Sun I position.-Pensacola Journal. one of the j| wage 4JiUi...vjiI'"

1 secnes ;r \ Henry A. Plui-htel, the nev governors s I I good to us and we have been made to ;takes up the matter and is no adt'o-I (brothers, a noted :
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c of C jodu.3S once a pastor. The feel that the world has its bright cate of special terms or speedy trials." Taking the statistics for the entire Mr. Field if- _.. ....

1, cs ._ governor concluded his inaugural address i side. We have several little things !world, four and a half persons to the years old and has ; the "nin'r"t r

Ion o with the Lord's prayer in which to make it look so. [t' The New York World prints in an I thousand are either deaf dumb blindor health for some organ I* u, J*. ,,

By his iudit'ncc.lc'd.. In the first place the Mersenthaler';'i attractive form New York's smashing mentally deficient. I bett..r tbt w.,n"' I

--- ---_._- -.- people, who have a monopoly on the 'record-breaking statistics for last year I I Mr. William taw aunn! : ,,fh.._

The mayor ofew York is incensed sal of the Linotype machines, have i;;and they are altogether startling. For The Georgia press is \"en.much. I been elected I II w* tit, n. t

OttcHo by the ballot box rlifLnorne}' Gen- treated us with great consideration. 'instance it says that enough babies pleased with Hoke Smith's recent I dent league in place berg ioyti: t II h-.

eral Jackson it seems has got in his I They let us have a machine for the :were born to give every family in the speech. lIe says the cause of muchof This was done to it Is the duty ,.f r.

custody all the old ballot boxes of smallest conditional payment of any 'o wurk t .'

191.':' and the ballots therein.An I that has ever left their establishment ;,,citizens who died during the year i result of employing inexperienced men saddle end the ( I II ...rhfa. Will<< Br'

M and in the terms of the settlement J, .and then of overworking them. him later en. > Peaaarota I mr
I Charles T. Yerkes left to public char : I i iI
,,., effort is on foot to divide Volu-i'that followed they have waived the I: _-
x sia forming another to ities $14,000,000.' Two other citizens Our leaders continue to mislead and There is a plan I _
county county rule of having the mortgage for the :i: die. I -
The'arson be called: Halifax. If the bill carries I last and final payment made of record. -,who did not gave away $1S.OOO- think they are the smartest folk that water pets, the .J ..... k I rt
: OoO.1 The couples who were married j,I ever went down the line. There for mination. The ,
Daytona will be the county site of the I This looks good to us especially in-i t tare the crop nt ..r
numbered 96.71ft, more people than i instance is Dr Albert Shaw, editor of the friend of the !
g In cow county. I the face of the fact, that "corporations" : i fnm V.iu.
in Jacksonville Pensacola Tampa 11 the[ Review of Reviews actually lecturing him from the frw .
, 1 are said to have "no souls. .k. of*
rOn ;; I and Ocala. The telephone was ued before full men that this will
!y' Senator Mallory broken the ice Then our subscribers have made a.; 11 grown prove I of It will fo tat ,

)'ingt in the senatorial campaign. The pro- i|generous response to the little appeals 300.000.000 times. J 09,575.259.00 were !j.I."state rights" as a taeory is now an for the 'gator but a ) s halos., te"
le will wait hear from ]paid to the 5U0 employes of the city. "obsolete curirosity.' Happily for the 'meat to the !
now to John sent out to them. Never before in It.-Volu.la C"UUIt
Ml!r Beard, Steve Sparkman Frank Adams. i me .History. of- this- paper have the responses 111.772 babies were born if the presi- (wintry: despite what this noted editor -! tone its, who !

,:'mlMpa> et al.-Pensacola Journal. : been ,;deny did lecture the mothers on says state lines are not yet entirely cqu'pped to shoot {
f so numerous. and in addition : I l
e thereto, in almost every instance -race suicide. $300,000,000 were spent obliterated and the state courts still scnville :Metropolis. |lI IIi .. lI1hN eoi .. 1ln,
jin i the saloons for various drinks. functions I TlottI...
to perform.
ip M I Every negro that served in the Con 1 the responses have been ac- I have separate -- tttepatlUt'aq.
i 5StQ O.OOO quarts of milk were sup- i The New York .W
federate should be I ---- laws
wavelay army pensioned as; Jrompanied with the kindest appuut d
expressions lied from ::Of0 dairies from 533.3)) j I lOne million fire hundred thousand date and ponderous
well the white veterans
an as and the.1 of good will. We do not M1enk.y for 1"
remember cows. It requires 331-2 columns i in.immigrants landed in New York last says "if the negro !
made the "
his st start by North Carolinians: f the year that we hate been NaiMs MId T FBar.
the city directory to contain the namesof jyear. These immigrants are not all enough for this ;
10 to have the legislature of that state (made to feel so universally IIW4ss .**! for
wngairwa ;: "United States land subject to entr). I We take this occasion to thank hapny.!:! all the Smiths. :555.462,007! daily Caucasions; they were not all Anelo- i the least a I! .

.1 our and 54,395.845 Sunday newspaperswere Saxons; they were not all Christians; send them to the I
Mr. S friends one and all, iii Ocala
Marion county still has 5,405 acres. I throughout circulated. The World takes up. they were not all millionaires. They the Philippines r i .
tcientiversa the county, and wherever lif b.. .. aorta
our I
include colored Confederate veteransin paper a page in giving these statistics and came from all parts of the earth and president says 'they ;
( goes for their remembrance and ,.,. J eoaatd.AN.
: the state pension list should be imitated does so in a most unique and attractive I represented every nationality and all the Philippines .
fir Sj words of good cheer. t.. .....,. .A
. by other states.-JacksonvilleJfetrojiolis. manner. ,conditions of life. None of these immigrants periment has been
in 1 --- .. --- I .. t.....,... data.
I: were rejected but all found
The Lake City Index's yond question that
: toaiinaiion .
ddeucpeop Senator Foust has introduced in the I e .1 f. w dSy+
homes in the city and have be-
I great
of ex-Governor :Montague Virginia, thing to have them .
Tennessee tow belosgiu
W. T. Stead, the great English edi for jiesi.hnt: on the democratic ticket i senate a bill to prohibit ';;come workers in the great bee-hive south. If we must ""

ed es4nano tor, is going to make another visit to has not created in gambling on horse races in Tennessee. that has made that city the marvel of in the United States we. cuta&h de
a zephyr the field
i i The measure makes it I ....... al< .-r.a.
the United States. His mission is of politics Indeed that : a felonyfor the world. In the years to come the I quartered In that
ear question ; i h.. .
ry owners of race tracks .rat m r*.;
but he generally to permit descendants of these men- those
rk peace manages stir seems to hn"t'i'n already settled even t try where they will !
asthful betting horse ....1
on a race. The penalty'is rcrueat
it up an intellectual disturb"3ncE."berE..'\" and nominations are that are now carrying the hod-may the towns to the
no longer in or i i
er he goes. ,der. a fine of $Asi) to $500, and imprison- ;control its destinies as the years pie and the : ., orryhtag .*
meat of one to three years. flatten trawl .tel
and I
cone go.
country. I:I, *! lasts


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Z 't 99 9 OOooooe I ABOUT APPORTIONMENT. FRECKLES AND PIMPLES Pointed Paragraphs. bark

n 9 REMOVED In Ten Days.tNadinola A nun naturally hates to be shon Even if a omaa luu aayth.n* [,-
In a recent issue of the Tiiaes-L'niui :lor,. ,talk about. tbf' keeps OB taliia! :
i cII
ar/D'-ared. an excellent and useful art l K i-; letter tc be a small success i: -A girt never really *jojr. tew* ,IB
II Rapid changes of temperature are hard ;( :.. dressing the injurious effer- The than a big failure. !;lace unless ate ia J a?'- *)-n(*

1A on the toughest constitution. J f 'ir. failure of the legislature : Beautifier Complexion. A run usually charges his poor other girl
U.;T" t: : 'u obey the mandate of the cur.' u eadanei jajsrneat: to tad luck. A calrh: slot 'J' t .-. iat a
ty tho aads
.',- ,-. >r. by making a new apporr.;. I- of gntd-.J ladies, ul Proof of the political pudding lies tt i io hi" name isn'l i ..
The conductor passing from the heated'inside r:: ';.' .f j membership among f1-' = guaranteed t" r:...av: :n tho size of the plums. .Co-i Chi.:j NV* "

<> of a trolley car to the icy temperature -" -.,. c > plies of the state, and U--. e all; facial dijcobn- Running expenses: go right on ter : ___ _
.:. '!.> imporrant matter upon the .:'. y Baas sad rsstors tl1: business is at a s-tandstill. The railroad owners aril: mana- .
\.c.. of the platform-the canvasser spending an # b aatyofyoutLTLj ,
-t. ; :If the legislature of 19"T \Ylat" tte irarrer with the sire- seem to be pia-.inz: :n-" rr.- tan .
a) hour or so in a heated building and then 0t ;.1. .r.z:: ?::','en' considerable: atteni worst all cues. .. in twenty days. 5O,. sad S 1.00it cl.niir!: a.- ..1"g: ririrchman'Xjr.ir.r .h<1-<" H.l". fa.-- 2 ,'.r IT'._' '. l' -
) ..1 i;-. the 'subject and strongly. bir j.ng ''rug stores or by 'rail.FrWat -... ;'.- ru v.jrra : .- .ll : ,'"' r.-.r-.i;. i .,;. :. I
walking against a biting wind-know the m "+TJO"{l TOILET co., par% Tact .
:..- ,rcO'"f'--:! urg-l the performance LI' re T.t1:1 j-nai.: i,)s "--.1 ._ .-._ ....i. : 'o\.if." -

i difficulty of avoiding cold.Scott's 8 <,: -:-.t- .Hty i evaded in : '97 upon each AT THE CHURCHES SUNDAY. ____ __ __ u__ __ __
.. All of the Ocaa! chlirc't-
-.r! ,art [legislature, I respectfully ? "e-
..;..... rn>- fallowing scheme of ap- ,cupied Sunday morning for ;r.-: :::.--- VVVv+N VVV y'AAl
lp Emulsion strengthens the Mime in months.
t some
'r : "ir.-nr for the house of represeua .
body so that it can better withstand the I) /-j .. \> hope that it maybe: i In the evening the Baptist: an,*. proyteriaa s.

t 7T danger of cold from changes of temperature. ;.n :'.:.y considered by the newspa- I congregations wOrShIP;)--,. } }
:.. n I rr.e members of the elgisla- get he:' at the latter church. R,:- INVENTORY SULE ,

.:' an.: Y. defects, if any. pointed C. Carroll closing his church ind, I
; It will help you to avoid taking cold. t >is srused and corrected before ito welcome Rev. W. H. Do.igtI -::. >

-. Hmhiing of that body in April: I new Presbyterian minister
Cj .ntie'- to have three representa- I!I For this service a beautiful! r.-ica: :
: ALL DRUGGISTS 50c. AND SI.00. gII i i.- Alachua. Dnval. Escambia, [program was arranged. The CG ...-

h.: :. i through. Jackson and Marion. j was composed of Miss Louise SC'J- nE-.iiTrB 3
Ci/t'nries to have two r-presenta- Mr. and' Mrs. Albert Gerig ani1: :

ti W5: Bradford. Columbia Gadsden ;Jake Gerig. Mrs. D. E. McLvt-r wa.tie .-
a .6 i Jefferson, Leon, Madison, Monroe I organist and Mr. W. W. Conn ->r. Before taking stock, willS
: Pole Suwannee and Walton. I violinist.
'j I Aga:!! erijan: Society; held: its i i Counties to have one representative i| Mr. foudon and Mr. Aiuen Gea -:_ sell every article in the store
Special' ; n.t-c-in Friday Jan. f played beautiful violin
evening. ; : B4ier, Brevanl. Calhoun Citrus very and
;. After the minutes of the pre- i I Clay, Dade, DeSoto. Franklin, ,comet diet! and the choir rendered a
T* UM Oty meeting had been read and ap I Hamilton, Heraaado Holmes, Lafayjette. !! lovely anthem. l at greatly reduced prices. }
GtutlMlt1\: the following:: interesting pro- Lake Lee Levy' Liberty. Manatee !! The church was crowded and tK.minister. -:: Et
14f'-wte at a j readered. having Russia as Nassau, Orange, Osceola, Pasco, Dr. Dodge, delighted alL;
ME'Hetty. To : >ct: Putnam St. Lucie St. Johns Santa i His iext was the following words l
aa K and tBh "Oid Folks at Home"-Society I Ros2. Sumter, Taylor Volusia Wa- front Mathew XI;15: "The Son of li

H the! sheets i I '. "Tee Early History"-Ethel I kulla and Washington.The Man: came eating and drinking and

btt t teyond !I I process by which tie foregoing they say Behold, a can gluttonous, tt

" matt U the I I ," Great Guest Coxes" i result: was attained is purposely left 'i land I a winebibber, a friend of pubHI M. FISHEL.
fI f.lW. with : i Teague. t winout demonstration, sot only be- ;leans and sinners."

Kaajr disea I II "Peter the Great aid Cath cause it is essentially simple but be- I i He preached very earnestly far t

bat "'ay. So Marcella McLeaa. cajse others who may seek the solotiua !thirty mil' utes, layingstress on :he M '
vlew, as well ." Men of 1Iar!>Ie1! -a1" cf the p'oblem! : may attain the '!tract that Christ is the same friend to

t" t aa maaj Forbes II 53.0e-vr a iterent-result by an- .;the publicans and sinners today that I; .. .
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talD'" I "Nihilists"! Francis Cham otker method : he was in: the days of Mathew. :
4 fctm-ts !1l"n* I I CHAS. A. CHOATE. ; In the evening at the: Methodist'i'

.- f Into tad I bg j =n3tion. "The Elected Kaisats" i! church Rev. R. V. Atkisson preached ;!

which I think 1 Bullock. I Tinman and Daniel on the Disbandingof a most eloquent sermon on "The Story j jjof
rid and at a j "Russian Education" el the Negro Troops. a Mother's Love." This is regarded
the bttwoti | I ;as the finest sermon Mr. Atkisson has

treat them are !I "The Blue and the ![ A recent' Washington special says preached since coming to Ocala.
Mgntfkantl [ Sam Mathews. |that the senate listened to a debate i At the Christian: church in the
tad a p-r i I 1 -: Are the Russian people '!''on the race question in which Senator ':morning Rev. Jiel Ridge. of Indianap Ocala
J..rHilket of tb I i i for self government "Af!rma. j I iTilIman! was the principal participant. ,I olis. Indiana perached to a good sized: : ) S

ath4 Wm to I+: Smith. Harry Rubin ne;- President:: Roosevelt's action in the congregation. He is a fine preachere4mest .
mit M the city Gates Edwin Spencer. The;;: Brownsville matter was the subjectof ;I and pleasing. He preached a
far all the Marion Pelot Mary Burford j(i tee discussion. :Mr. Tillman held : very excellent sermon.

tint tarts pr Robinson decided in favor I that nothing was involved in it except Rev. G. H. Harrison held the regular ; -

be WM sot in aSrmative j me race question, and that the ;! services at the Episcopal church. OLD
eM I. by the editor. ;;, present administration was responsible ; morning; and evening and the usual LLEGHANy

f,...-th'CI and I was the day for the election i for the present growing acute con- ; morning service was held at St. Pil-:
, /I.at !kind, but the following were elected: i aition of the race situation in the ip's Catholic church.
\- t could get j' Weathers. president: Lucile I south. The president he maintain- '
I Esau Buck and the Buck Saw. PURE
for that t vice-president; Mary Bur 1,f>d. bad encouraged the negro to ass RYE.
.\ 1 MM thousand : Ella Clarkson, ser! :r his equality and then had (Reprinted for the edification of '
i MIlt ia I arms. I,wrought vengeance on a whole battal- i I; the boysj ,I

!I iMtth to { being no further business, the!ion for following that encouragement. An old farmer of Arkansas, whose I I

M4 w olllmt> : adjourned to meet Jan. 1S, 137 :He condemned the president's action j sons had all grown up and left him::: Put 4 full Qts

11 .i by you. r I I Maggie Lytle. Secretary. :,Un both respects. ,feared a young man by the name of I up
1 ft-rtftag it out.I On the contrary Senator Daniel i iI 3>ar Buck to help him on the farm
Items cf Inlirest. I discussing the same affair upholds >On the evening of the first day they r in Fancy Cartoons

the water it has 3,i>.W l native Christ- ;|the president's hands and says the hawed! up a load of small poles for

." j plat and the race :ssue is not involved. He says: ;, 'V00t! and unloaded them between the Delivered at
cases are now made on the sec I j This Mr. President is no -racial 'garden and the barnyard. The next I your

ItoMrt Kl"<< case plan. !jQues'ion. God forbid that the people' morning the old man said to the hired j jLian Office
forawd. SlY I will eat twenty-seven times i iof the United States shall raise racial : "Esau I am gong to town today i Express

Plant TO i weight in one day. -M.esrioBS where it is impossible for'and while I am gone you may saw up

[togas to race is much freer from them to avoid it. I have no particle that wood and keep the old ram out
\. tatty to us- than the whites. i I of prejudice against the colored peo of the garden. When the old man had For 83.20Regular

.'. (:fftJODta: to has 25,000,000 acres of irrigated ple. If I felt that they had been unjustly gone. Esau went out to saw he wood
4 "*t ir Uri.i dealt with in this case. there is but when he saw the saw he wouldn'tsaw
Now it estimated that the silver coin not a man upon this floor as I solemnly : it. When Esau saw the saw ht SJ.OO a Quart Whiskey; write fot

i'A cart at a : would weigh lQO.t OO believe, who would stand more'' saw that he couldn't saw it with that
r: l .have as..) gal i-I I I nat'ily to defend themr But Mr. saw Esau looked around for another omplete

<>M of these I wood is stronger than President it is not the question of the > saw, but that was the only ?;lW
elM water we i!scld! t'r's skin that gives him any .' b" saw. so he didn't saw it.Cien
frlafch. the I of the hiplpOtai right i I of law or privilege. We should'' tb<- old man came home he says:: tEsau ,). cala House Wine Rooms.

otfcr purposes Africa to London cost $..00.I I leech the colored men of the United i iI "Didn't you saw that wool::"

the=sehes to I nt.'S of the world employ I|States: even as we teach the white E. au said; "I saw the wood bu' I '_'('ALA, FLORIDA! .
wottM pay the ::. men. I[(ones that obedience to law whatever : wouldn't saw it: for when I :saw: th>
yar. if used York bank has a safe forty !![that law be. is the first duty of a'' saw. I saw that I couldn't saw wuh

fort and by twenty wide. j i I[soldier and that the man who does not that saw: so I didn't saw it" 7b-;: .

My tfteion uses 4.000,000 gallons of ,;;:Obey it shall feel its power. old man went out to see the saw
ta* ...k. I year for postage stamps. |I i i ;and when he saw the saw he saw that
the merchants electric clock was made by i I[ Bad! Stomach Trouble! Cured. Esau couldn't saw with that saw. ,
ttte vohtttarUy of Leeds. in 1840. i!.| Having been sick for the past twoyears Esau picked up the ax and choppedthe
with bad stomach trouble, a
tribute to have gold average is half a wood up and made a see-saw. The ,. ---
friends gave me a. dose of Chamberlain's ---- -- - -- -- -
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would then to the ton. Stomach and Liver Tablets. next day the old man went to to nand

- 4J' beaeser at gas consumption is over They did me so much good that I bought a new bucksawtor Esau
\\ )drvat clouds of hundred per year. :twelve bought bottles a bottle in of all.them Today and have I am used well Buck. and when he came home he- Ni C I VE R & MAC YFURNITURE

t In (') and wife may travel for fare I of a bad stomach trouble.-Mrs. John hung the buck saw for Esau Buck or.:
dation in my in Norway. Lowe. Cooper. Maine. These tabletsare the buck saw by the see-saw. Just s.r DEALERS
tae streets. for the cables for the I,' for sale by all druggists. m this time Esau Buck saw the <_.i I '. ,
buck in the garden eating cabbag0:
r. ocean greyhounds weigh 150
- a I I Editor Claude is sticking to his \\- E BARRY EvR'i THING IN TAE LINE I OF
torta the each. ,and when driving him from the gar-i-
f' "vinegar bottle"and his "gall blad-
to) for street i is to have a large depart- der." and is sputtering tee contentsof >en to the barnyard Esau Buck saw House Furnishings : Parlor SuitsRugs.
and [the bock saw on the saw buck by he
tw iDn operated: entirely by
very the latter over the Jacksonville i Art Squares and Mattings. In Leather Upholstered and Ru
:see-saw: and Esau stopped to examinethe
t iavtct&ation- I : persons. Times-t nien. he Jacksonville Metrop- new buck saw. :.'ow when the old Bed Room Suits Room SuitsIn
; i opUs. the Tampa Tribune the Gainesville Dining
I of the Ocala Banner says. buck saw Esau Buck looking a: ci-:
$I $mt'Dti I Sun the Tallahassee Trle Democrat .Vahcgsny.; Birch.: Sirdssy:! : cf all kinds-MH gany and Oik.Maple .
,; of paragraphs, that the nw buck saw on the saw buck cy
*ests around I the Bradentown Herald and oth- anj! Oak. "
I nOL yet thrown away its; the seesaw, he made a dive for Esa ; China h ond
Oste that Ii er newspapers that dare trot,; his Crockery
'i bottle and that an editor missed Esau. hit the see-saw kcoc-c- ., MiSSlOn Furniture
Irg will not I path except the Jacksonville Flori- Couplet.-: ice-Dnner Sets i a-j
'. i never put himself in a I -d.he see-saw against Esau Buck
I also sumbit 'i du."a. Albert Williamson's newspaper. in all the di fertrt fins:,:sl I Cid Pieces
in explain or apologize. The) who fel Ion the buck saw on the saw
,f apt signs Albert okays on Claude like a flute
1F' its vinegar bottle for the i! puck by the see-saw. Xow. when the
tenossawMaton ,
and te never even mutters. Why can
for MttaniiK of such old fossils as it ':not the other newspapers possess Wittiamson old man saw the old buck dive a: All Kinds cf Bed and Table! Linens, Lace Curtains, Portkrs
to meet and to one of Esau: Buck and miss Esau and hit the
tw and aOOp and Goods
p s talismanic powers Next: Upholstering
I :! it rises to say that aa edi- ( !I see-saw he picked up the ax to I IdE
time we to Jacksonville we shall
I I would never find himself in a.; go the old buck but the buck saw:; htai: Heaters Ranges Cook StovesFull
I make it our business to interview the ,
Celebration of to explain would be either a1 coming, and dodged the blow and
I I heroic gentleman and: find out how Lid Up-to-date Pieiur;>: framed an-i unframed. and i Pi"
day of a kaave. It don't want to countered ca. the old maa's head
tis done and catch on. fare M<)tL'iin-4>. Full stock of
The final for either class.-Tallahassee) Ii i I knocked the old man over the seesaw

\ ...tal'1c'br.. I I his lines "to a louse" that i Prosperity- in Texas." onto Esau Buck. who was getting cp Farm and Turpentine Wagons, Buggies, Harness and Saddles
. t I GfU. Robt. E. crawling on a lady's bonnet at i with the buck saw off the saw b'.:ck>

". /Confederacy, Bobbie Barns wrote: "0 wad: The Dallas Moraicg News celebretai ,by the: seesaw, and: knocked Eau Exclusiveate: of the best wazon on e1th-the Stadebiier.
The the giftie gee us to see i the new year with aa imposing 'Buck and the buck saw onto the sawbuck And carry the very best line of High Grade Bu;tea and Carriage.

urday evening as others see u>." Maybe ai!issue of 120 pages each page eloquent :j by the seesaw, crippled Esau
and Mrs.[ S. as this the lady was cass-i,:t I of the prosperity aad: enterprise of the I Buck broke the beck saw and the Brick. Lime Cement Plaster.

A o'clock I>: Claude: don't know just :i texas city. Pictures and letter press'!saw buck and the sre-saw. Now.. BuildingMaterial Hair, Lath, Shingles. and IJ

mill be the is appearing in the eyes of j::give an idea of the actualities and pos- '; when the old bit ck saw the complPte- Flintkote Roofing,
i l> cx44rbratlon. the this is they are say- |:sibilities of Dallas as must astonish lESS of his victory over the old man i I Oils J )
A very dt'Ug I him and the class they are ;!those who have failed to note the ,2nd Esau Buck and the buck saw and White Lead, V arn1.he.. Etc.

prepared by him in. Some are ungracious |:rapid advance of the big state of the ] the seesaw, he Quietly! turned around. Wall Paper. Alabastin and Magnite Wall Paint

and this pronii I, say that Editor Claude will so r..hU"est. The achievement of thee vent back and: jumped into the garden all :and give aa a trial. Tfr will not be undersold and will pitatePaints yo
most Ult'mor:1 l : to qualify to fit himself for : : \\' merits the heartiest eongratu-: again and ate cp what was >efr: u'th

History of Ocala !: he is wishing to escape. 1 atioas.[ P old mans cabbage. IVelver & Mackay.

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.' On the ISth day of January tae j I rrtatU...2lfia ,

centennial anniversary of General Special I E Btrict.. priu

Robert E. Lee will be observed with I, FURSand pal4tw. I The Mercantile House in Ocala

L appropriate ceremonies in Montgomery Alex! :\ Hides. ,, t te leading ,

'., and other southern cities and in tor, and ..t.. ;
I raaayi.r '..3.
1 many other parts of the country as today

L. (John In our Ladies' Ready-to-Wear Department we have been more than ordinarilybusy .
I chief celebration will be held !ed by PLAY AT JAMESTOWN. all this season, for the Dimple reason that our offerings! appeal to the Ladies with

at the old Washington and Lee Uni-j:er's taste and an inclination towards economy

I: versity, at Lexington, Va., the his.
Special to the Ocala Banner:
i toric institution over which General Paul's in Broadcloth; Fancy t.
Ladies Wear Tailored Suits
t Norfolk, Va., Jan. 1C.-At the forthcoming Ready to ,
I Lee presided during the years intef where

v vening between the close of the war a bible greatest international Jamestown Exposition military display the- Weaves and Silks. Prices range from $13.5 to 2 ..00.RAIN .

SL and his death in 1870. Other celebrations In
ever witnessed will take place.
r will take place in other southern new CLOAKS
] The encampment will consist of COATS and
f states and notably in a number
various military organizations from

I of northern cities where fittiiis honors Cooke. every section of the country and, government os-inch Cravcnette Coats iu grey black and tan at . .zr o.OO, x.30. 10.00 and 15.00

will be paid to the memory ofF I troops and regiments from 30-in.! Broadcloth Coats in -rey, black and tan, for dress occasions, S10.CO n.op. IS.Ki. t2.()('

the greatest American captain. Ellis, all of the representative nations of Plaid Auto Long Coats latest effects for. . . . . . . . M-50 to !12.ht' ,

The New Orleans State calls at- ) the world. A Big Selection of Children's Long Coats, ages 1 to I6yi>, prices range from f 1.5U to s.$o '

| tention to the significance of the on "A

if fact that the principal orator at the Cooke." This vast army will occupy tents Silk Waists ill Ie-aliIle. Tafletta and Habutai
and the officials of the exposition

| Washington and Lee University will i The realizing the space needed for the Elaborately trimmed and well tailored, from::3.1I4I< i to 7.00

be Charles Francis Adams, of Boston, Rev.
drilling and manoueveing of such an
distinguished member of the Marl; Cooke,
$ a
army have set aside over thirty acres DRESS GOODSWe
IT family of revolutionary fame which and
of land in a central location of the
& furnished two presidents to the nation tion
grounds which will be known asLee's make special mention of the ; RHEINAUER'S BLACK HIGH FOREIGN BROADCLOTH -.High
of its
r in the early days history.

r"". John Adams was a noted "rebel" in tions Parade. Here will be seen the following eels)rated SILKS' i LUSTRE TAFFETA SILK manufactured Grade, chiffon finished, excellent quality I.I I.

daily drills and how such a vast army for C. J. Bon
the years following 1776, and his des- I us by 52'inches wide, i in black and aH 1.

cendant, Charles Francis Adams, wasa be fed. net & Cie., Lyons, France; 36 inches .. ,. ,: _L-J-- a-- ...... 'A declaimer against "reb I Up to date fourteen countries haveaccepted THE MAXJ.INE-at S9 cents; every wide, at. . . . . $1.49 tne i ac"y linaca JV. I.n 'I''C..r

conspicuous "That I President Roosevelt's invi. yard guaranteed; in all the leading per yard. . $1.60
els" in 18C1 and four years thereafter.In :
'I tatioa to attend and participate i ithe in l shades. .
more recent years, with maturer by thar,
i i
celebration and the secretary of SPECIAL-
mind and unclouded vision, this sec- 2000. I EOLIENNE de LUXE -U ittttllW
has appointed a military board Yard-wide Taffeta zt. 75c and SSc
tion of the "old rebel," Adams has "My. MONEYBAK TAFFETA Your
of three officers, CHIFFON PANAMA- Black,
army grey
than "But wide, in all the popular evening
a light appearedto
seen purer duty it will be to inspect and money back if not satisfactory; 36 and all the other popular shades, rang-

him fifty years ago. He no longer an'$3,000 I the allotment of space to inches wide; standard price, .$1.50ing in price from 50 cents to.$1.25 shades; special value at . 99 c
denounces the men who fought for '
various troops that are to be en-
the constitution as it stood up to the )If, j

close of the war as traitors and reb- they air .
I I Among the most noted of the organ-
els, but he finds in them a high type stitution.
which will be seen at the ex Clothing Department Shoe
of ptriotism, and in their leaders men Department ,,
are those of the ancient and
of exceptional ability, undoubted purity '!
artillery of London and STYLISH WINTER CLOTHES FOR
of motive and sublime loyalty to There HIGH CUT SHOES AT LOW CUT
I' : 'I similar organizations, the MEN AND BOYS.
duty. under +
and most honored companies PRICES.
Only a few days ago in the federal .and forty SUITS!
their countries.
senate at the instance of Senator Clay, making I Expert cutting and careful hand work We maintain 1
our reputation in this
The old Confederate Veterans of
I, insure correct models that retain
Georgia, the word "rebellion" was 0. States line and take special pride in the val
will also be present. These their shape to the end.
stricken out of a resolution and the 1( ues we offer.MERRIAM.
1j soldiers armed with their muzzle
words "c \'il war" were inserted. The The j I Men's Suits in the latest fabrics at
and uniformed in the old Shoes
country is becoming more and more deep j' $7.00' $10.00, $15.00 and $20.00.Youths' are considered
the best
[ gray will be present wearers for the little folks

broad minded and conservath longings. '; . $1.00 to U.H
i hundred strong and camped in Suits at $5.00, $7.50, $12.00
for the
New Orleans claims to be the real ist. It is : I midst of a modern army. and $14.00 WICHERT & GARDINER Laes';

cotton market of the south and a tian ; ( Boys' Two Piece Suits, ages 3 to 17, Shoes are the highest grade of stylish "
footwear .
thirst for TO HAVE GREAT FAIR Prices ranging from $1.50 to $7.50 $3.GO to $4.00
special correspondent of this paperin I
is I IN 1912.
that that the practice in CROSSETT AND BANISTER
city says slices
some parts of the southern interiorare for men are the .acme of shoemaklfKg,
and it Is to the Ocala Banner: For Men, Youths and Boys. $3.50 t o $6.00 '
selling cotton on the basis of I
others it ,i Berlin, Jan. 16.-The Chamber of
New York instead of New Orleans
cepted, I
at its annual meeting to-
"futures" costs the south several millions tion of : I
issued a statement dealing with
of dollars every year. This correspondent It draws

further says that New Orleans -Rev. :!' proposed great fair to be held in In our Domestic Department we offer a thousand yards short lengths of Outing a*

city in 1912.
is the produce's market consequently Brooklyn.' ii i, It is the intention of the numer 40, regular price Sc; Yard wide Sheeting 5C; best Calico 5C, best Plaids in the market 6e JRheinauer's
i j
i the value of a future"hedge" i
A '!'! chambers of commerce and trade
in that market is much greater 1'f
lay is !: ociations in the Empire that the Popular Dry Goods House
than a similar "hedge" in New
feel. Not i shall surpass all the for-
York, which is a speculator's mark but i 1 .
; : world's fairs not excepting the
et. That the farmer and interior raer- peo.le :: --
: :lilt i 1 exposition for which Paris ------- ----- ------, .
many points "on" the New York fu- Our orti.a: : : '
( famous or the great American fairs, Worse Than Anything Foraker Ever
ture contract plays directly into the of !
fair shall be typical of GermalI Said.
hands of the enemy. The cotton dealers ish I Ice ;
it will be truly eThe colored troops should not bt
cannot 1Lti TS
in the Crescent City are making : I ,
I hart t>f ( of the German Empire. censured too severely: Every mane
heroic efforts to make this fact plain !
should In his report the president of who goes to Brownsville feels a desire
[ to the cotton growers and commissionmen I exvlt ss ; FULL
ed, you I j of commerce concludes with I to shoot up the town.-Topeka Capial. PR P ID I ,
. because they say that if they endure i following words: 2

were to adopt New Orleans insteadof all of us
I r "Berlin expects within five years t 0
New York as the principal cotton to stand EXPRESS
attained the proud eminenc! A big supply of sealing wax and
market the south would be enriched Best of i corks for
I sealing syrup bottles and
being the continent's first capita l
Immtnsely. Other things being equal hopeful l I jars. Tydings & Co. xl
for raut point of population and cammercia 1 I I b QTSi '
this paper i h; anxious to build up theY LQTS,4 .
ahead to political importance and will l
cities of the south. Let us pull together x OOo SO
cost, this i most lavish arrangements for. lfcl nand .HACKA: 1 ?4 _
, aui' do all in pur power for one I strain life I foreigners"'

another. If the south can command < -, .
haaa 1'. -
,... .. _. _
The will be asked -
the money it will win in the long run government to' ,! ::r.-.r-- :;-: .- ...._". "" 4 :'t i
'--._-'' ,... '
twenty million marks to help! I 'J 51.1"I"' ...., .'....ft'.
in the battle for commercial supre- A true i "" ; ',: "; .
macy. The tide is turning and the a heaven project. !I .7.:.(. '.,. ''!":;:L'', ;".,,:.;...",,-',. sc1 "Vv

south is making gigantic strides in married
Mary's Pets.
all commercial and material pur- that their FUNERALDIRfijCTOSS

suits. heaven Mary had a little lamb, fx i

day to She took it everywhere.

. Every nnti-Daiiey meeting in Texasis hold for Now Mary's lamb is out of d? "- ,

tt : row elided with the following doxology will never i I She has a Teddy bear. t

body is Boston Globe. Have a full stock of Coffin: Ta'ind ket : HAS. BLUM &
the home. I Burial Outfits. Sweml ripen inI COMPANY
Praise Joe, to whom oil blessings Burial ,
I -emitEmbalming-
; Jacksonville Fla.Pffl
dance of
I I to Order .
Praise him, oil flunkies here be- aziues j I Proprietor of theI ; .- --

a low: home I DUNNELLON BAKERY ; -y

Praise hill above, ye Standard made I
u. ; now prepared to ship Bread, Czkss.I .
hosts; home i i I Pies, Etc., on short notice, and guarantees Jerry Purnett.i Wllff'CHJTER.

Prait Rogers and John D, but practice satisfaction in all cases.

.i\(- the most. prayer.honored i, him a trial. i Merchant

alted I (
Every German in the state is cordially -

,',_ of invited the Grand to attend Lodge the of the installation Sons- and lore sure the and to i Tha ,shrsilaifflsi'jstalneil r I i Tailoring.: I : "NUBIACK" ,

of Herman in Jacksonville, on Janu- .- !

ary 20th and :21st. A cordial welcome Pr.' / '! Ocala, Florida. II I I, Loaded Black Powder Shells -

} awaits you and it will be one of the I Finest Imported and* i I:

largest and most important functions One of STATES C.-JRT CF CLAIMS Domestic Cloths. Shoot Strong and !

ever given by the Germans in the piety! Is rt> Tne Pi'!, I..j.ers (,\\'ther's International : i Evenly, I

state. A special program has been prepared Sadden : )'Hjll e t..arlL"I";, 1:1 f:u':.!-i*: ih>nu I Cutting a Speal I y Are Sure Fire
for } ll1li'I':1l'd tlJ'rowr; l.r r*.' "tc:uii!t\v. .
and a real old fashioned good prayer ; .; ,1\t: .y'e'Leoj he\ery 1':1't. ";; ;. I' Fits Guaranteed, j ,
must be- PLFJXIXJ tit aoapuptr i;; t.)i:..:rt the !arse"; Will Stand I
time is assured all.GOVERNMENT. Reloading
to !eerer requireaeaii of cuotter l
II will go to :' : 1O".tlrlL-// i ir 'i
------- religion- e are *? the opinion that ih-= '
I I : : '
WASTE.: '; :
." !' clearly and aeeLrstciy ':es.ri'ts! t'i! : f They Always Get The
prays Game.
I tbat nag lien Btti>!iur> :-:. i !';..i 7..: I II .
the test : has been read-i.'..o1'i' .
Special ,to_the Ocala_ Banner: I history, I I ;.,It ably. "t taud5_"" ..,._hJ.i'" L_l_cr, -,,....:,.'.\.1'1..',.T ; Education by Mail .' : I/1,' .' tjs l For Sale
Ut \\asmngioa, Jan. it>.-i-Toni statistics j knees ,ed is \; I "t
) part ::that .
ptiitou.ee I : borne '. .
I i Ho leaving or employment to get ia td rcstion. 4//, \ fT \ ,' t"lr
published today it is shown larger aiid .., .. 4!
that and gave severer nq:: L''.'':-3 of i Cuiizeonly time studying unom tEoci s '
tI' the government is paying the railways which donjni:s n e i !iwipi.U-r :>ie puj& Aruamctic, Alt-tbru, uomelir.
: his .
: : kiowlede! tl.l1. ': fctak.ri.!.ou Grammar Rhetone Sctencef Hiaor7.Latan.ftc,
I'to three times as much on an av- n set po thewt'rldbaseverc'rt.i tl.; TWouably T.utit by Mail Teachers mdedto
; : :s f-E''hll.-s neediesS: to w. : 1'P rffr-r pas examiaa&ons.vrs.jf success.Catalogue
matter as the express company pay clock at !! the Hit-nonary in our ja. a l.:1.> tu.\Jdrw,1. I.
hizin-ii authority n .,'. HnlESPalatka..na."J SEED BEANS IVER
Ih't:1' : I lON
We .i-nu '
the roads are! fS5
tol to for like services. a: .lldtbat ia the fut..!v.:, ;,.l.iLI
w On the basis of the postmaster general's the habit be ths source cf cou-taut, I' :-:.' '. Wax ana i'r: /!'fn Pod Variet.es grown .. $3-60 .
tematic C1UP.us: c.Sc" ::-, :
I "" mid shipped! by
estimates ..
publishing firms assert LA WRE '.:,:"J.':',
Kun that the to form" JOHX II\, -,,. Herbert C. riorrill.
:: government1 during the r.\\1'I' : 'U'. Ferry Seeds
day are fcr Ui..UU: :...; ',\ .\: "are not aa expert"' L. rat' 1::.,
fiscal year ending June 1907 will pay candidly I 'u ..:.-as. men t,but with propercnlti-' t!* Cedar Springs, Mich., -.cJ. rut 4J
roads almost The a5nce refers i Trr. success I'''Red SpwKled Valentine Green Pod .1icthwn, t;'. tit
the $32iit J\t\t more than 9 ) :=:!r-: cationtheyassure i .
praying I frog the start. Users have na y-m. I'.,f' ,.
1t the express companies would paythem would I :- : '-. DiCiONA! ?Y doubts at planting nor disappoiattamts $' r. Prices right on other ra- I + C..akc"t &II II:.. \ \
i at harvest. Get r.eTes.:1: seeds offered are of "'1hIII1.PHI rug:; t 15.t. ,. fIet.e
est ; for hauling an equal tonnage. like it. l crop 19'.t' C. I bad &nunqnn ..n ,'
The statistics dealing with the mat- more than : THE GRAND P/1'ZS ........ 'Wttk'
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ter have been prepared by the printers It Is a bed : I iA l-ic \\U1',1.1:':>lw', : ; Fine Breed Mares. FOSTER COhIPAN

thjf'' and publishers for the purpose of not want THE LATEST MB'BEST We cave just gotten in a cur load < :'-7 Decatur It.' nU.4'4G
!is I ;
a i
reducing the annual postoffice deficit mifi fc. ug of the finest: brood mares ever brought i -- -- i
whispers! j far biggest, surest, best crops to the state, and to see them U to admire f
by reducing the outlay for trans The Pnu
verl? mil 'u i?tirf'!?:-.ocr at all dealers. Famous for orer50years. tI Pte.
To portation of mails and thus be the ( : :: ",:, t'I:.'rt.. 1907 Seed Annual them. We will sell theme ati i' 1.1att f'rrtWe itchy .,
n' to break '! free on reqtsesi. very reasonable prices. Come and awl iaddeat ttN .....,
tat means of presenting an increase in wIth &. C. ;;:.R I M C3., ..ut j 0. M. FERRY & COM, look them over at j aJaust iestaslly to t'tIrtabt Mia Alm..J, t-

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I The Dickison Chapter, L. D. C.. met Chamberlain's Cough Remedy Bene -
News notethe- rising woman of This is the first poem Henry W.
fits the City Councilman at
and held their Kingston
I regular monthly acne
Jamaica. I Boston proposes to adopt the cross Longfellow ever wrote. It i. very
Cold sion Friday afternoon with Mrs. Fannie
Storageof addle. comical. Some of our young writer*
I R. Gary. The meeting was large )Ir. W. O'Reilly Fogarty, who is a, and correspondents may like to read

ly attended and the annual electionof member of the City Council at Kings
I Maid of Boston ere we part what sort of verse Loagfetlow wret
officers was held, all of the old ton, Jamaica, West Indes, writes as
Meats follows: "One bottle of Chamberlain's Give, oh give, me back my heart. when he was a child of aiM yean
officers were re-elected as follows:
'Cough Remedy had good effect on a By this proposition youHave old:
Mrs. Fannie R. Gary, president; )lrs.I i cough that was giving me trouble
I hande la la
me my tra- ,
R. G. Blake first-vice president; Mrs. and f think I should have been more
I And it slugs my erstwhile pride }Ir. Fianey had a tonfe
quickly relieved if I had continued the
We beg to annuounce to the Edward Badger, second vice-prosi.ifnt; 'I'
to think that And it grew bellied tfc bare.
.. remedy. That it was beneficial and I tin you you will rMe *
I I.Mrs: E. L. ,
Carney recording secretary -
1 quick in relieving me there is no Ltoddy-fashion- it bE' And it grew aa4 It pew ,

l' < public that we are teady to 't ; Mrs. J. II. Livingston, corre- doubt and it is my intention to ob I The side-ways style is: not high G? And the turnip dM M i.,.. _
I jbponcling secretary; Mrs. E. M. Howard tain another bottle:' For sale by all I ;
Ah, this is .t
dreadful don't
cure Meats. We GUA ANTES treasurer: Mrs. E. P. Moody, resisrpr druggists. m i ii
I And it grew, ad it ..... I
:Mrs. Frank Harris, historian.
I Hannas to Wed in Thomasville. Zoe moo sas sea po-Xit. Till it eoold grow BO tiller 1
SATISFACTION and Ar this meetin; arrangements were I f
Then Mr. Ftaaejr took it ...
-- for the Robert E. Lee cele-
completed Barred from matromony by laws of I Maid of Boston hear my raw And pat it in the ('ella,.
solicit ireatot; ., which will be held at the resi-
your patronage that state which forbid the marriage Ere you to this fashion bow,

I Ilpn<>t of Mrs. S. T. Sistrunk, on then of first cousins, Miss Claire Hanna By the cosmic and ideal; There it lay, there it !la> .
> of ISth. It also
enmq January was
; and H. M. Hanna. jr., niece and neph- By the pork and beans that give Till it begta tonn :
1 unite with the Confederate I
OCALA ICE 8. planned to ot the United tSates senator Mar Nourishment by> which you live, I When his daughter SUM- washed It

I Veterans in a meeting to be held at Ie" A. Hanna, left Friday for Thomas- I JBv the transr-n enfal! l crift, I And she put it in the px.

FUEL GO. noon on that day. !ville, Ga.. accompanied by a score of j World renowned by which you lift.

r.j E'aborate preparations are being friends in a private car. They will be j Your lov? into the fiery sphere. r And she boiled It. ami doited it.

.- 1 -. ...... ." "';, ,,,r., 1t ... ... A jj, made for the celebration of Gen Lee's mnrried at Thomasville as soon as .:That scorches every object near. 'I As long as she wa able.

lM\ _. .', : f."":."........ II..Ji.:: one hundredth anniversary and it is tfuy arrive in that city. 'By the intellectual graft Then his daughter Unfe took it.
expected that this event will be a most 'I
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--.- -I Seasoning the nectar quaffed And she put it on the table
memorable one in the annals of the Notice to Plon-Resident Sportsmen.
i: By the Gods of brains who rate

McMillan Bros. Daughters of the Confederacy in this I I Ii Boston is the Truly Great; Mr. Frey aaa hig wife s
&. '!city I Notice is given to non-residents
I By the sacred codfish that1.IW3)'s Both cat dews to .*.: {
\ :j Several new members joined rite! hunting game in Marion county that
And they ate. and ttejr ate.
I show where
you you're at
Ii this the !laws of Florida require them to ;
Daughters at meeting.
Southern Copper Works ;I gilded dome that gleams Until they ate Ute tmtp t up.
After the business of the afternoonhad first procure a license before so doing. '
I Ever in sweetest dreams
been completed refreshments The amount fixed is ;10.00; and the 'I your ;
On the Highway.Don't .
By the shades of
men as great
were served by Mrs. Gary and her official issuing the license is the clerk
Manufacturers of Siills books and an as in the state -
Turpentine :
1 daughter, Mrs. E. T. Helvenston. of the circuit court. This notice is fin I raise de dustIn
By the shades of who
given for the purpose of giving warn- I women de middle de tart
and General Metal Workers. Would wear no other hose than blue;
OCALA LEADS. ing and saving trouble.E. You got ter see de d-Mtaa
By all of these and others which
J. McCRANEY.dltw4t It you got ter tote de load if
I Our neighboring cities claim a larger Game Warden. In Boston pride are quite as rich. iWhllIe
Old Stills taken in for
exchange new ones. Patching ,
And to all are no less dear,
through the country a specialty. Orders by mail or I population than Ocala, but somehow Tho' ( if you want ter, _
forbids their mention here
or other, Ocala manages to distance The Literary Lights Entertained. space But don't f
wire will receive prompt attention at either of the you w&Utte lard
By all of these I ask Miss,
follcwing worksFAYETTEYILLE them in the competitive race you A good excuse for daneta iI
{. for making the best showing. The joung members of the "Liter- Do you propose to look like thisS
Makes a sorry foottin' erewdf. I
N. C. SAVANNAH, GA I For instance: Ocala leads in the i ary Lights, which was organized S -Frank L, Stiittna 1,
some weeks enjoyed a most delightful P
list of hotel arrivals. This a straw ago
'!that means much. outing Saturday. E
Prevent Hud. h..
I They hired a wagonette and chape
Then Ocala leads in postoffice re-
i I Force them No-abb. them. Ramon's
iceipts. This is a straw that means a roned by Miss: Susie Fort they drove S
I treatment of Liver IHIU and
i Title! more than much. .[out to the home of Mr and Mrs. Sam- ,PBO
( Tonic Pellets treagth e* the lifer
N. A. Spencer L. E. Lang J. A. BouvierAnnouncement j Then also, Ocala has a larger attendance uel V. Pyles. where they spent the E and digestive organs so tbat they da

at her public scchools. day with little Misses Catherine and R A
their own work and fortlfie your
: The relative attendance in the different Clifford Pyles. Capt. and ;Sirs Pylesare K N
constitution against; future trouble.
': towns is about as follows: noted for their generous hospitalityand & S
Entire treatment ;': o*Dt. at Tvd-
I Live: Oak . . . 459 on Saturday they left unturned When you are mounted on your steed ins & Co :

Gainesville . . . 4SO no stone that would add to the pleas To take the exercise you need ---.--

We have just purchased the splendidly equipped I Orlando . ,. ? . .460I ure of the little folks, each one of,And likewise show the Upper Ten

I machinery plant of the Tome and Cline Company, I Ocala.. . . . . 540 whom declares they never had so I You are a fair equestrienne j

and I solicit a hare of the repair work of Marion and | It is a common saying that figures much fun in their lives as they did on I Maid of Boston, trapped bliss. T. Needham

adjoining counties. lire make a specialty of repairingjsttam i jdo not lie and these figures certainly this trip. [f you intend to look like thisI i ,

engine*, etc. +ull their own story, and most eloquently vow I never, never, more.
pumps gas I
I I Something Unique. Will love you as I did before: '
for Ocala.
Let i The Plumber
us prices
quote you And let tell this besi.lebDon't
iI We desire to call attention to the me you :

i advertisement of the Grill Room of the I let your charger see whar n'If* ,

Fish and Oyster Supper: at Sparr. Ocala House Wine Rooms. It will be Upon his back, for if you *'.. Qd Gas fitter
Ocala Gas Engine I ,
J T I I ,; Special! cor. Ocala Banner. !something exceptionally excellent A He's going to drop dead under you. ,

1 I professional German chef has beensecured I -11'.J.L.in\.Y.Sun. '
i For the purpose of building a Baptist __ .

Company '' church, on Friday evening, January I and rare dishes will be its Us. 'I U

t l 25th, 1907.I strong point. The Grill will be open They're Guying HAS OPENED "S NEW

i l LII, "'I 1- >--4 n.J I Te! Iethodist are equally interest- from 9 a. m., to 10 p. m., and meals .\. .Cornhill tailor has the fOllowing;

it ._ :led a- they will hold services in the will be served a la carte. poster in his window: j jMi I SHOP ON THE CORNER OF
Xu Goodes j
once a month. I
t Why Suffer From Rheumatism? ar Speshull Selektid j
THEMarioi :
:, Wevish the citizens of Anthony, I SPENCER BLOCK WITH A
Do know that rheumatism
you pains with a vu tu Kyaliti
Citra, Reddick, Lowell and Martin j I
t to can be relieved If you doubt this just
and Stile Kombynd with FULL LINE OF SANITARYAND
;, know we consider them neighbors, try one application of Chamberlain'sPain I j

i I therefore, we ask for them to put in Balm. It will make rest and Kkonomikal Charjes :
) sleep possible, and that certainly Xu ..Imurriranspoke i i MODERN 'PLUMBING
Hardware :appearance as we need willing hearts means a great deal to and one afflicted and rote beer !
and helping hands. I
) I with rheumatism. For sale by wen Rekwird. GOODS. WHEN IN NFED OF
Musi on the phonograph will be all druggists. m f.
-The London Daily Mai'!
tarnished by accommodating )Ir. Ben Lettuce Shipments.A FIRST CLASS SANITARY

special from Palmetto that For Sale.-l.OiV) pounds selected
one. Come all, with well fill- Gloussier PLUMBING BALL ON HIM.It's .
: and Imported Kolb Gem i
thousands of crates of lettuce have
ed pocfietbooks.: All he girls have melon seed. B. E. Raysor. Ocala i

\t S American. Wire Fencing, promised to enjoy oysters ever so been shipped from Palmetto since the Florida. MMt
? cold wave and that it is bringing a --- ----
m.ch on this occasion even though l

Sash, Doors an d- son-@ don't relish them elsewhere. good price.

;; Paints. Oils and Varnishes, Persons reading this who are *esiroui Notice to Creditors. FurnitureI

fit of helping us with God's workin 'I Notice is hereby -iven to all creditors

Mill and oar midst, whether the amount is legatees distributees and all
Mining Supplies, frow millionaire tourists all the way I other persons having claims against
the estate of Julia T. Munroe, deceased
Turpentine Snpplies, dosn\ to the widow's mite, can send to present the same to the undersigned .

t their contributions to Miss Jessie .\. within two years frim this Jan.
Tools 11, A. D.. 190;. at Ocala, Florida.T. .
Improved Farming : One; I\OX 25; Sparr. Fla. I
T. MUNROE, a little early, but our fall stock is arriving daily and
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State C, E. News !I Executor of the Last Will and Testa- I all we ask i is a chance to save you m5n y. All we ak is a
meet of Julia T. Munroe, deceased,
GET OUR PRICES : 1-11-M I few minutes of your jaluabte time tc show you through

Mrs..l. A. Finnie and Miss JebfiTaylor i.> .
-- - our
two well known Endeavon-rs

who married at Coleman. December > Buggies Surries: and Harness i!
A Few LeadersI
:7. Mr. Finnie served as state pr-- '' '
Marion Hardware Company uient last :year and Miss Taylor was iH -t- vfuaranteei, '''>r IIn ">.. i I
I.... built tor Sn!e. UualiLHlfJOli 'r '
1 superintendent of the ,
JD, "i. VV e van BEDS FROM 1 82.50 UP SIOEB3ROSil,50UP
', a' voo $:- MU (o& btribou
department two years. Congratulationon -
pntcouc; .1 .Bu!::;.::' R.:;-
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j behalf of the Florida Endeau-ivr*. : o" surrirFree Ou" CHINA CLOSETS $15.00 AM UP
\\ 'JIIl"d <:atatoev.( rot tie a- '*
The of the Leesb'irg '. .
secretary n.-
t John Foster Co,:t' T: Decatut Si At .1N1110N11111111N1NN1 NN101NINNNNNNNIA recently changed her name fro;::

r' f WANT BIG CROPS THEN. USE IDEAL FERTILIZES 0 o''Wrennick.MiSb Lily Cochran Both are to Christian Mrs. H.(.nrT:'O.lJ.i.;: r !i KAU L l FlfillTIRE f N I I U f COHPUI.[ P a Ii r

e t' i i people and leaders in their chi'M-i
: OUR BOOKS( WILL TELL YOU i ;; There is a new Junior societin 'h.! '

Methodist church at Como. with :M-- >!
:-FLOK1DA VEGETABLES" com "IRISH POTATOES"-Book on d !! Clark Bros -- ...
\V. L. Gable as superintendent. \'- .
pine manual on Florida crops. "Soil Seed. Planting and Cultivation j '
+ Know of but one other Junior En, t'- I; w7. A. Effect of Fertilizers I I
t Digging I
or society in a M E. church in F:"r !
: "FLOIUOOIUXGES"Dook of and Shipping. : :
i.da and that is the ...
splendid ona H. ::0' g.odhl! '
special interest to orange grow- "PINEAPPLE FERTILIZIG"Ofens. : !
Stewart.Do tit -an Some of ueru; ar" "
special interest to pineapple ANNOUNCEMENT.
i we fully: realize that this thrt-n.
growers. ,
hold of the new year, 1907, means that Lnr.tMints .1 and! : i.
t I I we are in the last quarter of our official apply Juice, pis au'I! I
Booklet on "Soil, Varieties. Cul a1! of our different brands analy- : i We have just purchased the 1\.3. goo ana Harness Outiiaea of Mrtira.
. .23 and =l
E. ? Let
ttit C. year us ever keep qrg
and to add to the stock of
: ovation and Fertilization sea. prices, eie S. A. Standley Company propose goods everything
0 before us the great need of earnt--t Rra Kidney Bean. can i'e that is needful to make it aCO PLETE LINE In every seae of

1 New and revised edition of the above lust published, free for asking. J ;:endeavor in these swiftly passin dais Boston Squash, per the word. We are agents for several of the best Farm Wages en ta* air-

before we meet at Lake City. tai:. . . !.')t ket; also several makes of Buggies. Besides these we baadie a gmt fa-

I WILSON & TOOMER FERILTIZER COMPANY i ., Let us hear oftener of the echo French Peas, smal-}; riety of vehicles either of which we stand ready to tally (viraatee.'

meetings held after the fall convene vac . ', . He l

: JACKSONVILLE, FLA. : ::1 tions. Ormond delegates from the New Mushrooms, small can 1.1C 1 High Grads Buggies, Serviceable Carriages,

...............NNN1r ..... ..............NN.NNN1*:1l ;;;Smyrna convention took home a very Cots Fish Ball per can .':1C50c Unexcelled Wagons, Harness,

enthusiastic report to their stay-at- Plum Pudding, . Lap Robes, Etc., Etc.

I'home comrades. Quartered Beets can .:r+r

LAJSTDS. GRACE A. TOWNSEXDAvon New York State Apples Turpentine Wagons a Specialty.

Park Fla. in one gal cans .3c

If you have lands you wish to sell, lease or rent; I,-- --. I Swiss: Cheese tUc We are Always in Position to Meet the Prices of Legitimate( CompettJtn.

if want to buy lands for farming I "
or you grazing, Large Su PP I YCITRUS of '
lumber We are Sole Agents for the celebrated White Hsckery Turpentine .
turpentining purposes,
[ STOCK! and Farm Wagon.Knight .

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provided by special license. DERFUL LESSON. ,
. I I
1. Published for the Information ol}f Any person violating the provisionsof s l Mr. Bryan is not only a militant

the this section shall convictior (politician, but he's a militant Christ- I
Those Who Obstruct upon l ; Buried away in the news
,. !ian and he is as eloquent and effective
Sidewalks and Steets. be fined not less than two dol of the local papers Tuesday

!lars nor more than twenty-five dol. !in defending his religion as nis party little item about a Georgia

or imprisonment not exceeding, ,says the Live Oak Democrat. When
To the Editor Ocala Banner: lIars I On front pages appeared
he was in China recently he met witha
ten days for each offense.
"' I beg to hand you herewith a copj headlines the records of a
". Section 3. It shall be unlawful foi- Chinese book just issued, which afa '
the sorrow and
of ordinance adopted by citj
an !firmed that the philosophy of Confucius :I I
the. I any person or persons to permit j neses. Tucked in
council of Ocala, and approved on away an :
ISth day of March, 1903::, and now in..1(horse or horses or other animal, ve' 1 which is the religion in China, :'corner with a tiny heading, '
hide or vehicles in his or her charge, iwas superior to Christianity the an- ;
most eloquent story printed :
force in city.
!thor other things,
asserting among
remain the sidewalkand
to stop or upon
day-the plain. unvarnished
This ordinance has been so long
that if Christ had been really a divinemessenger
and commonly violated without interference [ no person shall groom, curry + of a Georgia farmer who knew .I
!' I he would not have given ,
wallow horse horses
by such a number of OUT wash or or or I ter than to live well; and \
other animals in his or her charge !this world an ideal too high to be
cause he cultivated his !
citizens that I think it but just right !' '
reached. but would have given it amore
and fair that the same be published ;i upon any street or sidewalk or permit 'ligently and produced from
of morals. Mr.
i practical system
all concerned, ;the sane to be done. sponsive soil diversified .
: for the information of I crops.It
[Bryan wrote a little book in reply en-
| Any person violating .any of the ; is a good
before I instruct the police force to story-good for
titled, "Letters to a Chinese Official, ':
provisions of this section shall be
all violations and summon to punished simplicity and eloquent with 1
I II|Viand to this argument about the impracticable -
conviction by not
upon son to others. R. S.
all offenders against provis-
trial 'Ir
ideals Christ he'
presented by ,
I exceeding ten dollars or not exceed- down
in Sumter county, where :
ions. r made the following splendid and overwhelming :
The' streets frequently are, and in j in? ten days imprisonment, either or i ,lers of the soil are among
which deserves to
,both in the discretion of the court. progressive class. As
tome places are now so obstructed as (
to interfere with the free and safe I Section 4.It shall be unlawful for live forever:, Mr. Williams is not a big or
"Let us admit without qualification
use of the same, and are likely at any person to clean or wash any : planter. Plenty of men,
I that the Christian ideal is not lived "
time to seriously endanger thelives wagon, hack or carriage or other ve- his own section own and
any I up to everywhere in the world; let ,:
hide, on of the streets or sidewalks
and of those who trav- 'more acres and handle more
property me admit that the best of Christians ,;
the and especially with in the city limits. But it is doubtful if any man
1 over streets I
; everywhere fall below the conception
fire in hurridly pass- Any person violating the provisions state gets finer results than
the department
of life the life and teachings '
presented by !;
of this section shall convictionbe
of fire. I am aware that upon unassuming Sumter county
ing in case
of the Man of Galilee and still
j jI
repairing buildings punished by a fine not less thantwo I He owns and cultivates a
in constructing or :
will contend that who follows
; one
which abut onto the sidewalks it is dollars nor more than ten dollars ':j(ann. On one acre he
Christ afar off even with limping
or imprisonment not exceetng ten i 1(bushels of
that more or less materialto oats, and from his
necessary 1 step and many a fall, may live a I
in the discretion oft he court.
be days srop of that grain averaged
be used in the work must placedon '
nobler life than the !
perfect disciple
the streets, but in all such cases Approved March 19, 1903: "profit of $t8 an acre. :
of Confucius. No ideal is high that is
the minimum rpace must be occupied, W. J. EDWARDS, Mr. Williams came to
I fully realized. The man who claims
2nd all trash, barrels and other debris! Acting Mayor/ "sell two car loads of sweet
for his ideal that instead of being j|j'
torn out or such as is not to be 1 which brought him 70 cents a
above him, it is perfectly embodied in
A NEW GAME. :3e] could have sold them at
used in the work at the point must
his life, confesses that he has no aspirations i
removed from the streets at the for: 55 cents, but he preferred
re Anybody Can Learn to Play it at The for improvement. It is the !
earliest practical moment and not be is his own broker and take
First Trial.A glory of the Christian ideal that while :
allowed to remain for days and weeks t E er's profits.
it is within sight of the weakest and j
incumbering the streets. While I call He had killed scores of hogs
new game called "editor's delight"is the lowliest, it is still high enough to i i I :
the attention of all our citizens to m his place, making more
attracting attention and should be-
keep the best and the purest with.
the ordinance, I especially ask the attention come popular here. It is played in this their faces turned ever upward"SHOCKED 'enough meat to supply all of his I

of contractors, builders and I md his tenants. He has yet to :
wise: Take a sheet of ordinary writ-

livery keepers to its provisions. ing paper and fold it up carefully, en- THE MINISTERS. 'r)f about 50 big, fat

Another ordinance prohibits under : I noney from them will be .
closing a bank note sufficient to pay all I "

penalty the throwing of paper, rags arrears and a year in advance, and When the Baptist ministerial associati6n .1 it. These are only a few items

tin cans, and so forth on the streets,I mail to the editor. What adds immensely requested L. P. Straube to de- 1 j at random from the story of

rt and I shall endeavor to enfor"" **, -I 1!Hams' accomplishment. I : :
to the pleasure of the game is to liver in address before its members i

provisions of that ordinance also. I I send along the name of a new sub- today it assumed that traube who is:I Yes, he raises cotton, but

: sincerely trust that our good citizens scriber or two accompanied by each. business manager of the Allied Printing secondary crop. Whatever .

will assist me in endeavoring to remove "Keep your eye on the editor, and if Trades Council, would discuss the. has to plant in cotton comes

7 and keep removed all of the unsightly I a smile adorns his face the trick works principles of union labor. Straube,.1 farm lies furrowed with the ::
: that mean in the homely old
trash and debris which now j like a charm. The game may be played however, chose to talk on the subjectof

so shockingly'offends the eye almost'I all the year round, but is especiallyenjoyable : missionary work among the heath living at home."

everywhere on our streets. I just now. Try it.-Winchester ens. His censure of the ministerial I I Not a startling or
After the 20th day of this month the this, but one with a lesson so !
(Ky.) Democrat. association in so far as it tended to I +II :
provisions of these ordinances will ful and eloquent that it I
promote such missionary work, was
be strictly enforced. Chamberlain's Cough Remedy a Safe : !known to every Georgian. ,
so severe that the members of his au I
Medicine for Children.In Time was when men of
Very respectfully, dience were squirming in their chairs :!
buying a cough medicine for
LAURIE T. IZLAR I were rare in old Georgia, but
children, never be afraid to buy Cham before he was fairly start: <<<*1.

I berlain's Cough Remedy. There is no If there is anything in the motto (has swung the other way. The !
danger from it and relief is alwayssure gia farmer is the new
it is
that charity begins at home,
trespassing to follow It is intended especially / ;our permanent prosperity, and I
j 6
about stopped
for coughs, colds, and you !
croup I. men as R. S. Williams of
walks and to regulate the of ,
use I
I'I'f.8 whooping cough, and there is no bet $15,000,000 a year to help the
;:county, the of
OIl'. ter medicine in the world for these di heathen. If you would let organized are vanguard I

Be it Ordered by the City Council of I seases. It is not only a certain cure :labor advise you, you would learn howto order of things. All honor

the City of Ocala. for croup, but when given as soon as land to every such man
: do a lot more good with that $15-
the croupy cough appears will pre- I quietly, intelligently and
Section 1. That from and after the
here at home than
vent the attack. Whooping cough is I 000,000 right you
passage of this ordinance it shall be not dangerous when this remedy is 1 can: with it on the sands of Africa. for the new and greater glory

unlawful for any person or personsto given as directed. It contains no.l Do you realize that right here in Chicago Empire State of the south.-
opium or other harmful drugs and Georgian.We .
(place or cause to be placed, or allow "I: girls are working in stores for
may be given as confidently to a ba.I
hope we shall be able to i
remain in front of his their I I
to or
I to S week of which they
by as to an adult. For sale by alldruggists. j from $5 $ a ,
premises upon the sidewalks or 'I m ]have to spend from $3 toI for a ,many stories like the above

streets of Ocala, any merchandise, !room to say nothing of board and ;[Florida farmers in our
I Ghost Stories. !ling the year 1907!
goods: showcases barrels, wagons, (clothes and other necessities? If you

carts, omnibuses carriages, or other i really want to save souls, save the I
vehicles of any description excepting Some weird stories of ghosts of today (THROB OF THE POLITICAL
souls of these young women remember &
barrels or boxes used as receptacles 1 in the great city of New York. to begin your work by relieve I _

for garbage as is required by ordinance Why we grow old before our time, ing the wants of the body. You oughtto I Sadler for Comptroller. ,
with stories of certain kinds of ani-
; know better than to force tracts on A thin; that strikes us very i I : ) :
mals who live one hundred and twen-
Provided however that merchantsand
a starving person. Don't forget that jis that the Sun never +
others may occupy with articles II t '-five years or more, and how we can i ,
before you can cram religion down a thing about Broward's political
of merchandise and of I do it. I (
packages parts i person's throat you must see that he rations in his "Political Dope. i iI >
the streets and sidewalks for the These and many other feitures of
purpose is filled with more material food. Then I thing that a great many :,
of 'I unusual interest in the Magazine ofnew !
loading and unloading their
the spiritual side of the sinner may I interested in is who is going : >><(<
vehicle for such reasonable: time as I][ Sunday's New York World. 9ffi
assert itself. ,ceed A. C. Croom. W. B. [
be for so doing and :
may necessary
The Right Name. The ministers listened to I would make a good I Ii

in such manner as not to obstruct or ;I Mr. Augustus Sherp, the popular silence. When he concluded they gave i least we believe Sadler could I i : (

Impede the course of travel thereon. !I overseer of the at Fort ".
poor Madison -
him a vote of thanks.'i'-"- I better assessment of the !
Provided further; licensed auctioned ;:la.[ says "Dr. King's New Life Pills
lal.! Croom has madev-Fort Myers
may be permitted by the mayorto I''are rightly named; they act more I : ) I
articles' : :agreeably, do more good and make s .
sell the such :
on streets I
one feel better than any other lax- The New Drug Store. (
property as will not interfere with or :;ative." Garanteed to cure bilious Sparkman's Successor.If i I

impede the use of such streetv- ,:ness and constipation. 25 cents atTydings The corner building in the Holder' Sparkman does run for :

public. ;j'' & Co.'s Drug Store. m ate the voters in his 1
block is being rapidly put in readinessfor :, I i ( )

Any person or pt'rsOl1S"iolatin; tht-I Verily indeed, we sand today upon the new drug store which will'district may expect lively times.

provisions of this section shall upon I 11 the very verge of realizing the prophecy soon occupy it. j|Trammell and Herbert S. f : ( I :

conviction thereof be punished by a ] of TennysonFor I The proprietors of the new drugstore j lock horns to see who succeeds .

fine not l i exceeding $30; or imprisonment I dipt into the future, far as im- are :Messrs. George W. Easter. ,;j man. If Hunt Harris is a

no' exceeding thirty days. man eye could see, ling, Richard S. Hall and J. C. Boozer. ';'candidate for president of the

Section 2. No huckster, peddler Saw the vision of the world and all I The fixtures will be in keeping with '!state senate he will very I '

8tcnvkwp;: merchant or other perK the wonders that would he: i. the gneral furnishings of this building i, j is political fortune in the i \

n shall occupy anIXlrtion of an\ 'Saw the heavens till with commerce and will be as handsome as any in !congress and make Phillips and :
l' )
publicsquare srrtvi or xntcvva'k' foi i, ai':;;os'Hs! ot wairii.a1'; *. I.the state. The soda forntain alone: ,J ell a hard fight.-Ft. Myers nffi:i

the purpose of selling or offering f<-r Pilor of 'hf tmruit. 'ai):i njtr. 'hupping :will cost :2,500. Mr. George W. I I I :
sale :> diaua\ +ug any' ,eats \\ar.- : down wITh I'mi" ', flags..z Ea terlmg will be the manager and John Beard. I ( ,

the store will be opened as soon as ; Senator John Beard, one I

the goods arrive. shrewdest politicians in the ,i I: : : (

I wants a constitutional :

I. i'I' (; The Original Porous Plaster. (called The Jacksonville : i ; ; i

It's Allcock's first introduced to :remarks that it costs lots of : :: t \ ,

I | the people sixty :years ago and today !i:to have these conventions ,I : : : : ) t I

undoubtedly has the largest ex'external ;:Bartow Record. I f i

': l remedy-millions being sold I I I

!''annually throughout the whole civi- I w. H. Ellis. j! !' ;

Where you find Shield Brand Shoes lized world. There have been imitations /i i And now comes Mr. Ellis with i, j i 1 I t I 1 1
it is a safe place to trade, because to be sure, but never has there j'grown gubernatorial bee : I .. 1

they are sold by reliable merchants bran one to even compare with Alll"ct'the '.sweetly around his bonnet.- !; j! .
: world's standard external |
ler Star.
everywhere. Be sure to ask forRiser's Y ;1 tn..I\..' II i : I
i tt
F 'r a weak back cold on the chest :
d\: ',)cal pain, the result of taking I An ardent admirer of Florida i j
King $3.50 Shoe ., .r overstrain there is ior senator over in Walton

rt. ;., ''.. of to compare with this J
few days ago, in discussing
for men, and you will get yourmoney's fall piaster. x I 1 j ,
Ij general, said that Senator |
____ t
worth. Made i in
37 Ocala Not Alone. a candidate against himself I ,i I i

styles and all the popular I don't think the Tampa j; I | I I

Leathers, Patent Colt, Vici, t.\"ulOwn! needs a general overtoauims !wll allow him to remain in this ,

Gun :Metal, Box Calf, etc. and cleaning up. Streets, I:ion long.-Pensacola Journal.

bacK yards, vacant lots and a few occupied ,

ft C. Kiser CompanyManufacture premises. Let the authorities gets I Lost-From the owners I
I "
busyBradentown !
Journal. December the first a black
; 1 4 gyp with ring around her neck.
I A'TLANT./I. > Not From Him.
swers to the name of "Shep. : -

will be rewarded. J. C. HowelL '
"I always differ with the president.

F "Isn't that risky?" Hon R. Hudson Burr has teen 1

"On the contrary. Observe I always ,ed cl&innan of the Florida

differ with him." 4 commission.

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MA41'ScoxDIID I Now Harry K. Thaw: has tonsili- ,NOTICE OF APPLICATION FOP: \operated to and from United State 5 NOTICE OF APPLICATION FOR I i NOTICE.

f tis. CHARTER. I and Foreign Countries; to lea;d LETTERS PATENT.E I -

G I !, and discharge cargoes of freight oj ; In Marion Circuit Court Fifth Judicial

:i Notice is hereby given that the un. :, any kind; to lease, own and operati: e NOTICE is hereby given tha'; we, ; Circuit 01 Florida.
I The Goulds are still touring Flor i!dersigned intend to apply to the Governor ..1 terminals warehouses, docKs. marin=> the undersigned four weeks after the

: ida. I of the State of Florida on the railways'and elevators and to dj s.'.:! i first publication of this notion wiz 14; I Tampa & Jacksonville Railway Cora

.......... 2Sth day of January A. D., 1907, for classes of stevedoring connect!I! ,apply to the Governor of the State! pang a Corporatlou. Organized aad

COAL 6rP :t John Graham Brooks says that the I Letters Patent on the proposed therewith.To ,of Florida for Letters Patent to issue Existing Under the Laws of the

t '0'I r charter of which is hereto do all such other thing:; ':under the following proposed darter: State of Florida
(" R : love of gold is behind our present copy attached vs. Irene B Brewer
as are incidental or conductive I G. W. EASTEHUNG,
I. the of which is
original on
.-Notice of
n'"M fillNwK.r evils. r Condemnation Proceedings.
., ,,, to the attainment of tilt( R. S. WALL,
..r r + t.u file in the office of the Secretary of t
.. I ,_ ____ ___ __ .
NI((' r"NI AI'>.> .',).,.') I State, at Tallahassee, Florida. objects of any of them above named,. J. C. BOOZER. I
tttttlM1M71SbC1t1:)D ..:;. The average yield of an olive tree GEO. F. ARMSTRONG, which may be conveniently carried oi COPY i OF THE PROPOSED CHAR. Notice is hereby given to all! persons -

t. \-.: ..I, .. ... ,t.... i jig two bushels which give two gallonsof JOHN R. WILLAIMS, and done in connection therewith L.i; TER OF THE EASTERLIXG. interested in or havme a ]tenon

ltlsa.rt' &.t d. u. 4-CMTS'. '..la,tJ J: oil. W. X. CAMP, which may be calculated to direct! f; ': DRUG COMPANY. the following; described property,
or indirectly enhance the value o situate, lying and
O. T. GREEX, : We, the undersigned hereby' being; in Marina
.1 i as o-
) ---- tor
ACKERHAK8 SU1An3'f Icounty.
t1 render profitable any business o: Florida and
: F. D. M. STRACHAX, more particularly
of i date ourselves together for the 'I
Mayor Johnson and his friends [ pur
of the described
property company. follows
GEO. WALKER. of as ta-wit:
Cleveland, have just celebrated the ARTICLE III. i pose becoming incorporated under A strip of land
-- ROBT. W. GROVES, I 'the Laws of the State of Florida applicable -! one hundred: aM
i three-cent car fare victory in Cleve- The undersigned do hereby associate I The amount of capital stock authorized to for fifty feet wide situate in the northwest -

Wet Dcnnjm. t. Atide KW Tamp.; land. themselves together as a body I by the corporation will be Two|, i i corporations Article 1. profit. I quarter of section 10, township

.'. B Oeahaui. fur a )long peorni I __ corporate under the provisions of the i Hundred Thousand Dollars. diyidedI ; 11 range 20, and more particularly

rp.,d g. supertateadeat of The Western roads have increasedthe statute laws of the State of Florida, ( into two thousand shares of the par. !I XAJ.E.The described as follows: Seventy-five

Pleat >.i.. and more rocentiy. ... and do publish the following articlesof value of One Hundred Dollars per. name of this corporation shall feet on each side of the center line
pay of engineers. The! increase share. payable in lawful money of: jbe THE EASTERLING DRUG COMPANY .
l rf the Georgia Sooth- I incorporation: the United States the to be of the surrey of the Tampa &: Jacksonville
writ taanagw in the aggregate will amount to more ARTICLE I. same non and its principal place of
assessable and to be issued when the business shall be OCALA Marion railway company, starting at
and Kh-n.ia railway, has ap- this ,
Ha than Qve million dollars
year. The of this shall I
name corporation the
a point
on center line of section
therefor has been into the
money paid County, Florida; but it may establish
,.td I+a+'ra4 manager ant hna aria I be "MUTUAL MIXING COMPANY." treasury. ofScPS and agencies in any other place 10, five hundred and twenty-nine i52s: )

rt1.6 the. cit) t tu takf a .ht'! charge Mr. John D. Rockefeller Las given The principal place of business of this ARTICLE IV. lor places in or out of the State of feet west of the center corner of the :

if tht propi.ft'Cae two million dollars to Louisville Ky., corporation shall be at Ocala. Flor- The term for which this company I to"loridl.I said sec. thence east eight degree and
ida with such Branch offices
as may I i
Denbaui U one of the best provided// that the people of Louisville be adopted by the board of directors, shall exist shall be ninety-nine years. I Article II, fifty-five minutes east to the north f

known railroad! manager* In the will duplicate the amonnt. This ARTICLE II. I ARTICLE Y.I Bt SINESS.The line of said section 10 and containing !

coootry. His won. .bus leatiied to The general nature of the businessto I The business of this corporationshall II general nature of the b business to less nine and be three-tenths acre, more j
LouisTide or : to and appear before thus ;
hfe aMMt and tuhu a record ofpNgeeaaire I : be transacted by this corporationshall be conducted by a President, be transacted is: Honorable court the
Vice-President who shall also be 1. To buy and sell drug. seeds and on
be: to carry on the business of ,
conservative, admtniibstlctss I Fourth of
yet day February A. D., 1997,
mining and prospecting for phosphate General Manager Secretary and all articles: usually bOU;:lt and sold
thai loudly of nil The Fruit and Produce News, of same being the first Monday of aid '
pel in conducting wholesale and retail
and all kinds of minerals and other Treasurer, both of which offices may a
pt.'sabrr' gsaUkaliass. New York city says that the Florida materials, to erect works, plants, machinery be held by the same person. if de- I drug business; to month show and causeit a rule day of said court _
why Mid
, Toot' a railroad. man of the calibreMd oranges show frost damage and much to search for, prospect and sired, and by a board of 7 directorsof 2 To fill prescriptions: erty should not any be condemned prop and
.. mine phosphate and phosphatic mater- whom the President, Vice-President, :. To own and operate a soda fountor
fipirtty uf ..... Denham has of the ftUi is off in condition.The taken for uses and purposes as shows
ials and other mineral substances; to Secretary and Treasurer shall be soda fountains, ice cream and soft j
been Mtected a* general manager of crush, wash, smelt reduce and oth- I members. All of said officers of said drink parlor dealing in such drinks by the petition filed herewith or else !
be barred of all '
to right title and IB
States has ofi
the Twap Xortlwni is regarded. as a Tailed senate erwise render marketable the same; corporation shall be stockholders as is customary;

after mdicatioa that this will not be fidally decided that it was and shall to purchase, lease sell and dispose therein and all of said officers shall I 4. To buy, own sell and controlall terest whatsoever in and to.1111

limited to the local impartaare be called "The Civil War" and cot thereof, and develop the resourcesof be elected by the stockholders at their kinds of real and personal prop- property.
hf sees
any annual be last erty; In witness whereof. I have hereuntoset
held the
any such mines and property meeting to on
of the Rebellion.
of a line bwtween Tampa "The Wai whether belonging to this company or Tuesday in December of each year. !5. To do all things necessary reasonable my hand and affixed the sal I of i

and BftMkarili*. but that It U the not, and to carry on the business of George F. Armstrong shall be Pres and requisite in carrying out the said court this 15th day of December. t

paf> irf its owners to itend itnorthward. The governor has called a special a trading company in all its branches.To ident. purposes of this corporation. 1906. '
i election ia Levy county for the pur- carry on the business of phos- John R. Williams shall be Vice-Pres Article III. (seal) S. T. SISTRlT K.
I probW, making it a part
be of electing 1 a state senator to phate miners and grinders, manufacturers ident and General Manager. CAPITAL STOCK. Clerk Circuit Court.
i uf the \ H. 4A.. system, which isakea4r l'J By George Leitnef, D. ('
of ammonia Robert \\ Groves shall be Secretary -
super-phosphate The amount of the capital stock of this
I succeed the late X. R. Carter. The
iionmmg such. prwportioos In fixed or dissolved guano and other and Treasurer; and with 0. T. I'corporaticn shall b* TEX THOUSAND SIMOXTOX.
lection will be held in the 29th of I Attorney for Petitioner. 12-.i t
chemical fertilizers makers and Green William X. George P.
(141.gle. I re- Camp, DOLLARS, ($10,000.00)), divided into
f_ lienhnm will make hid home r s-brua.ry.Senato. finers of sulphuric acid and sulphate Walker and Frank D. M. Strachan One Hundred Shares of the pal raue )-
of ammonia, seed crushers and oil re- shall constitute the first board of di- of ONE HUNDRED DOLLARS Notice to Non-Resident Sportsmen
la ebb rit> and will aetivelr direct and oil cake manufacturers rectors all of said officers to be .
finers and con-
Daniel of Virginia says: ($100.00), each, all of which said au- -
the eawrations of the Tampa, Northern that the Brownsville affair: and the importers of and dealers in Peruvianand tinued in office and conduct the busi- thorized capital stock shall be payable Notice is given to Q08-raidau

fwu this ,....r.-T..... Tribune. other guanos, phosphate, nitrateof ness of the corporation until the election in cash. hunting game in Marion county that
of Florida friend of discharge of the negro bottalion is soda. sulphate ammonia, and sim- and qualification of their successors Article IV.
The boat
ilar substances and at'the first election to be held the laws of Florida require them to
, not a race matter and Senator Till- products.To un- TERM.The .
'....... .ill be delighted to
U.I. I first license before .
man of South Carolina says i i' is purchase and otherwise acquire, der the provisions of this article. term for which this corporationshall procure a so dostt.The
Mara that h* will afain make his, build erect, equip and maintain any ARTICLE VI. amount fixed is $tO.Oe) and the
nothing t-lse.This is an instance! exist is Ninety-nine
Molar m this stateMra. mining rights lands houses, factor- | The highest amount of indebtedness I Article V. years. official issuing the license In the cleric
where, minds of great men differ. ies, machinery, rents, rights privi- or liability to which this corporation :
--- leges, exemptions and property of any I shall at any time subject itself shall be f OFFICERS.The of the circuit court. This notice w

WHIM >**KIa"". of Madieoa. ':'11.' MO.-Igom ry Advertiser rants description whether real or personal i I Two Hundred Thousand Dollars. I business of this corporation' given for the purpose of giving Kara.

_. J ha .red a *m.l.l.t with the to know why the railroads don't lay which may be deemed useful or con I ARTICLE VII. .shall be conducted by a President, in;; and saving trouble.E. .

MIrth Cwmiy feck) for the pretfttttM.s ductive to the attainments of any of The names of the subscribers to I a Vice-President, a Secretary and McCRAXBY..
Animal in some of the blame for freight congestion the objects of the company; and to these articles are as follows: and Treasurer, and a Board of Directors,
of lo
Cruelty I !
on the farmers:: for raising such use manage, develop, let. sell exchange their places of residence is set oppo- composed of not less than three nor d-lt-w4t Game WardenOOOOOOOO.OOO

sMsb ar. says that aa Italian em- big t crops. If we remember correctly or otherwise turn to accountor site each name, together with the more than five, to be elected at the

phe'A' oa a avigaboriag farm has exaa deal with or dispose of the same amount of stock subscribed for by annual meeting of the Stockholders 1
it was Editor: Appleyard who plac-
: .d "..'.11 eye" oa her row and I as may be necessary or advisable for each. to be held on the second Monday in

pig. Mrs UdUatey says that this ed the blame on the railroads for having the purpose of the company.To February A. D. 1)07! and annually f0. + 0
brouat such prosperity; among acquire any inventions or the Shares thereafter on the second Monday in
Residence. Stock.
mm Lair aa pyil ejrr sad that by them the people.-Pensacola Journal. right to use any inventions capable of George Name. F. Annsttonj. savannah Capital r.a 600 February in each year; provided, that O' 0

af it hat rauMd her pig to dwindle I I being used for any purpose connected William N. Camp, Ocala. fla. boo' the offices of Secretary and Treasurermay O' 0

t* a arfefiNi tad her cow to -co dryhi with any of the business or opera- John K. Williams Alachua. Fit too be held by one and the same O. Dr. D. M. BONEYO
i j I for the world to hear. .
sang a song Robert Groves Savannah Ga. i
o ,0
I tions of the company, and to acquireor I Stockholder. The following named Eyesight Specialistooooooooooo
she huddle uf the season when' F. D M. Strachan, Brunswick, Ga. I
It ruse and fell and readied no listen- cause to be applied for and obtained George Walker, Savannah. Ga. i ;officers shall conduct the business of

f' b +UMai at tea cells per flun.'jp" ing ear. any letters patent or concessionsof I'' O. r. Green. ".. Ocala. Fla. i this corporation until those elected ,at !,

toW hat the society could do I sang again for my own heart alone. analogous character in respect of .I the first annual meeting shall qualify: ''

Khltm fur h< r rise ua.... she could any inventions and to grant and is- : Witness the signatures of the sub President, G.Y.. Easterling : Vice-
The earth redounded with the mightytone. I
.her i i sue licenses for the use of any such 1 1I scribing incorporators: President R. S. Hall; Secretary and :
b\ WIIIH -H that neighboraa -
purr > I inventions upon such terms and conditions GEO. F. ARMSTRONG. 600 shares, Treasurer J. C. Boozer; Board of Directors

, ..I1frrd f\il eye she naid that ;j -Kent Knowlton. I| as may be deemed expedient.To WILLIAM :\. CAMP, 600 shares, G. W. Easterling, R. SHall

ahr hup 'd tta III* justice of heaven : sell or otherwise dispose of all JOHX R. WILLIAMS 600 shares, .and J. C Boozer.

van auf M l MrH a.. the Morris County j' Th -Price of Turpentine.--- +or any part of the business property j jjaad O. T. Green, 1 share, I I Article VI.

assets of the company, and to GEORGE P. WALKER, 1 share I! INDEBTEDNESS.The .
of Cruel-
atotay for hf -\eation I I Turpentine reached the highest I accept in payment for any property! ROBERT W. GROVES 1 share, i highest amount of indebtedness jI j
I i to Aaiat :- F. D. M. STRACHAX, 1 share,
) the TWENTY
:sold by company or otherwise disposed -j I i I I shall not at any time exceed ,
price ot: the season at the close of '! '
of or for work done services THOUSAND DOLIf RS. IJ-I

A .kttrr nr'rntty I received at this busies Saturday night at Savannah: rendeiw!, moneys expended. Snares : State of Georgia, ; +000.00)! / )I. I

l ..11 from Mr. Sidney 6. Hitler de- I Ii. {when it we t to CI 1-4 cents. The "stocks, debentures, or obligations of i I County of Chatham. Article VII. f
i i I hereby certify that before me personally I SUBSCRIBERS.The O' 1 make a specialty of 0
the addnw of his chaasI outannah Naval Stores Review thinksit ;: i I any company and to hold, deal with
nftna paper 1 1f and dispose of the same. i appeared George F. Armstrong i names and places. of residence, O' correcting eyes where oth 0

from Unntt's Quarry. Ala. toj I I&L'I1 will climb: up even higher. The re- I. To purchase and otherwise acquireand I William X. Camp, John R. I together; with the amount of the Capital O' ers fail. 0

tic. in the welfare of moved up several pohus waterwhite business, property or liability o.f any | P. Walker and 0. 'T. Green. each of I has follows: I O. or money reCundt'0!
I 1 whom are to me well known as the I G.V Ocala. Fa.! ,
OllIIa and our people and keep bringing $7 per barrel and window- other company carrying on any bus. O' --- 0
persons:: who subscribed to the fore- i 50 shares.
tie through the columns uf thej I gla nrw and
to carry on, or possessed of any i i going articles of incorporation I It S. Hall Ocala Fla., 25 shares.
jerr Mr. Hitler also said that Mr. property suitable for the purposes of '!each cf whom acknewledged before '! J. C. Boozer, Ocala, Fla., 25 snares. O' 2 and 1 Gary $ui1Nsg, 0

J I. rtarb. another Ocala boy. is Notice to Creditors. this company.To | me that he signed the said articles 0' Ocala, Florida. 0
j' Notice is hereby given to all credi- issue shares in the capital stockof i of tacorporatioa as one of the subscribers State of Florida, 0. 0
his at I
str waking headquarters tors, legatees, distributees and all I this; company either as fully or ; to said articles and each of County of Marion. O' 0

......."..... other persons having claims againstthe partly paid up, in exchange for any | said subscribing incorporators acknowledged -I On this day personally cam G. W. O' $ S S e 0

- estate of Julia T. Muuroe, deceased property or for shares or obligations i! before me tiat he had subscribed Easterling, R. S. Hall and J. C. ,
,. t.f\ -- -- to the to the undersigned for the amount of capital I Coozer, to me well known to he the
;h present same of any other company or corporation I
(....v ba rained another storm i individuals described in and who
within stock set opposite his name. I
two years frim this Jan. whether incorporated in the United
owlet up in the aon........ The 11, A. D., 1907, at Ocala Florida. States or elsewhere having objects the I further certify that I am a duly I.subscribed their names to the f..rE'go-l -t -

s.m of a puMuafttvr expired, and T. MUXROE: same as, or similar in whole or part to t commissioned Notary-Public under I ing articles of incorporation and acknowledged ;:- :
Executor of the Last Will and Testament 'the laws of Georgia, and that my before me that they subscribed -:
A : Mr oaVf U north 13.00U a year those of this company.To .
of Julia T. Munroe, deceased. amalgamate with other; company 'commission as such official is now in the same for the uses and pur- !' It Will
J .. w.rr 1W.r.1 patriots who wantM 1-11-St corporation partnership. un- { force. and does not expire until twen- l poses therein set forth and expressed.

II The pnmitifut' aaaouncoa that dertaking or person, with objects the ; ty-fourth day of August. A. D., 1910. I I In witness whereof I have !hereunto ;'

t at the ptMtniaKit-r had administered 1 1i TAX ASSESSOR'S NOTICE. same as or similar to the objects of 'i In witness whereof I have hereuntoset I set my hand and official seal this the
I' affixed official 19th day of December, A. D. WU.: You !
hand and my J Ji i Pay
*. paeKkw faithfully, aatianed the this company, or any of them, upon my '
i seal, this the fourteenth day of DeI <( .btis and kept out of politics he I will be at the following places on i any terms, under any conditions or I D. 190C. \ Notary Public. >
cember. A.
time specified to receive returns of restrictions with or without .
and, guar- I .
i tuwi/ a* r..ppo ated. It to enough property and agricultural statistics. I antees for the performance any !; (seal) J. J. GAUDRY, I My commission expires 21st day of

*' ttlle republican political blood Save: trouble by bringing deeds or last special obligation of any other personor Notary Public. I.March. 1905. 1?-1--tt: ;I Ii You have any x.I spite
mm wOd .-Tampa Ttmss. I IJ tax receipt and never trust to memory company. State of Georgia.Chatham County. Ga. IJ I I Ii I F to sell,

in making tax returns. To promote, establish or procure i J NOTICE.:

f .... John 8) lor. of Anthony was January. the incorporation of any company, society ':County of Glynn. !i --- OR
Martel. 28, a. m. 130C taxes are aow due.
UM before Justice S. A. Bullock partnership or undertaking. andco I hereby certify that before me ; I
: on per-
.,. Cotton Plant, 2S, p. m. subscribe or take by way of purchase -| Frank D.I.. Strach- 1. Taxes are due and payable on thinkiog1 of cat> ..g

/-:Mte) morning and again in the af- Ileidtsville, 29 from 11 a. m.. to 2 security or otherwise and to I!jan Isonally to me appeared well known as one of the'persons | the 5rst Monday of November each !I 1 ICY Florida for a born

Mwe* for telling cattle without hav- p. m. offer for public or private subscriptionor who subscribed to the foregoing i IY ear.

i I III thrm ia.p*(-fd. In both cases Dunnellon 'M.:: to negotiate the sale of the shares, :I articles of incorporation, and ac- ; :2. Personal and poll taxes must be'':

t.t jurun could not agree and theMet Romeo 31, from 11 a. m., to 2 p. m. bonds and obligations of any such i knowledged before me that he signed ]: paid at the same time that real estate'! ORYou

February. company society or undertaking, and .:us paid on, if the assessments are to'
vat thrown ant.RouMlt. 'the said articles of incorporation as desire to invest in
Blitchton. 1. I i iI any
to make any contracts, leases or of the subscribers to said articles | the same party. IF
Kendrick 4, a. In. agreements in relation thereto. I incorporators .1 (:I. If possible come in person to kind of Florida property,
and as one of the said subscribing -
hts ldsat has already Mania 4, p. m. I To borrow or raise money for the !' acknowledged before me .I spay your taxes. Paying by mail or I II

...oBt another special' message to the 1 Lowell, 5, a. m. purposes of the company: to create, ) that he had subscribed for the amount :I through other parties, is frequently TO SEE
Reddick 5, p. m. I execute and issue bonds or debentures 1 unsatisfactory.
birdie concerning the iof capital stock set opposite his name. OR WRITE
BroWU8\'iUe-1 Fairfield 6, a. In. I stocks, mortgages and other 1! I further certify that I am a duly :; 4. When you come to pay your taxes
tg He says the Irvine 6, p. In. instruments Ito( bearer or otherwise, Notary Public under ; bring a description from your deed"I

t ht thai the negroes committed the I Flemington 7. a. m. I!and either redeemable or perpetual) I I the commissioned Laws of Georgia: and that my i.!I or latest tax receipt, of what you wish j I J. II. LiVINGSTON I G &SONS
Central 8
TilAll-! attributed to them. a. m. 'for the securing and repayment thereof :'commission as such official is now in :;to pay on. !
Geiger S. p. m with or without charge upon all until 15th i 5. Don't wait! till last few days of i
I i force, and does not expire I'
McIntosh 9. .or any of the property of the company i! day of January, A. D., 190S. I i time to pay, then expect the best service OCALA FLORIDA.

Arlo) month ago an old man was Shady 11, a. EL and upon such terms as to pri I! In witness wrereof. I have hereunto :i i either by mail or in person. The !

... dead near .....".. Ohio. His Santos 11, p. m.Belleview ority or otherwise as the company !! set my hand and affixed my official ;I rush is then on and delays are una- }
12. shall think fit. !! of December !'! voidable. You must take your turn Yrort tonL\t.
17th I
h this the day
** has been identified ai thai off Pedro 13 seal
a. 01. To lend invest and deal with money I It I'I'IA. I as it comes. -
D., 190C.i I -- -- ------ -- -- - -
M Atnvt <'rr.ava nobleman of Levon 13, p. m. of the company not immediately You must have your property prop-!
i t (seal) .
;i it D HfLLHR. L. P. 5LALrkat7LLER
Potlatilaaa' Thongh djrteg a tramp Summerfield 14, a. n required, upon such security or with i 12-2S Notary Public. |:;! erly assessed, if you wish to avoid I a BLALOCLDt.tut
Candler 15, a. m. out security and in such manner as : of The collector !
lIP *** the heir to a urge fortune in trouble in payment taxes. I
Ocklawaha 15, p. m. from time to time may be determin- !! cannot alter the valuation or *.
hni native OF MEETING OF THE
count) Eastlake 16, a. m. NOTICE ; !
ed.To i i description of assessments found on | Over hrue & Ch mWi* Bask 0Ula.r ..-...
Weir dale 1C, 21. : FLORIDA OIL AND GAS COM- ':
p. i
raise money upon loans or otherwise the tax books. i
I fao talto ia St 4erburg one Linadale 18, a. no. for the purposes of the com : PANY. i iI E. L. CARNEY, I II I I'I J E.P.'GGa.

:.rind and aeveaty days in the Moss Bluff 19, a. ra. pany. I j I'I 11-9.tf Tax Collector. _
Electra 19 p. m. To make endorse and 'I j I I
accept, exe- ATTORNEY-AT-LAW.
If i
7r yon ate not a lover of snow The annual meeting of the stockholders ;:-j
Lynne 20. from S to 10 a. m. cute promissory notes, bills of exchange IADM NISTRATOR'S NOTICE OF
(Oiee la Gtry-Ajnew Block.)
f rill. "'bat to be aa IBUMUK- come to Grahanmlle 20 from 12 to 2 p. m. and other negotiable instru- of this company will be held :,;I FINAL SETTLEMENT AND DIS I OCALA > FLO1IDJ,

tareThe record do rot show that Connor '20, from 2 to 3 p. m. ments. at 11 a. m., on the j CHARGE. I

,4c w b4 ever fallen in this city exp Churchill 21, p. m. To purchase, construct. lease own 5th day of February, 1907at I I 3PENCBLATTORSEY
...... ea time. Eureka 22: a. m. and operate rail or tram roads, or Notice is hereby given that on the _
the office of David S. Woodrow. in
Daisy 22. p. in. canals, for the purposes of its own ,i 8th day of May, A. D.. 1907 -AT- W.JCXLA. ,
Fort McCoy 23, a. m. business but the Holder Block, Ocala, Florida, for the will his
AelrtsrUIr" ha. orgaateed a $;i.eoo.- not as a common carrier ; undersigned present I ., ? J' lrLOa16
Anthony 25.: having none of the rights and the purpose of electing a board of directors ,|.final accounts and vouchers to Joseph .
#H *.......... its busiaejs will) beat Sparr :2C, a. 1
privileges of common carriers: or : and for the transaction of Bell countyjudge, Marion county, T 2<. CHASF.
nnannirture sad sell what is Pine, school house 2C: p. in. none of the duties, obligations or liabilities ] I'Florida, at his office at Ocala, and I t J -

k.o*. a* for Uraham. ftaa** frog and Orange Springs 27, i'. m. of common carriers; to ; such other business as may lawfully make final settlement and apply for I DE''TbT,

Wb rwlUay apptfeaaw. The Citra 2S. operate, construct, lease and maintain ;i. come before the meeting. i final discharge as administrator of I OCALA PL
menvfcere Ocala, all of March. saw-mills, turpentine stills and j I: Dated in Ocala, Florida 13th: Jan- I estate of J. Porter Smith, deceased. .

af the corpuratioa are C. \\". The law requires all tax returns tobe plants: to purchase and sell naval: i 1907. November 2, 1906. I L. SISTKDKK,

(base. IE.. 0HHHNl. c. B. SJroase 1 in by 1st of April. !I stores, foreign or domestic: to construct I I nary DAVID WOODROW, I T. X. SMITH I CA&I.OS

aDd J. I H Grahax. ALFRED AVER purchase. l lease and charter I As Administrator of the Estate of J. j! ATTOISEY-AMAW.

t ''L.ll 1 Assessor. steam vessels and other craft to be',' MS-2tW:: Secretary. I. Porter Smith, Deceased. ll-2-6mi I a))m4sb.:.UC anidtu=



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The Tallahassee Sun that j.
: protests
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In tt:'te of tie fact that Florida need i iE

cev titters indiscriminate IIn=il ra'l I. :::
tlon should cot be encourage i
>i;ili a policy would baa tendency ---
to flood the state with a shiftless ureeciiabte '

class of people! For *fii f .._.... __ ... .
J_ I( Ha&'es&ttaKK! ,:o t.r W 1I\W.-._......".. --t. ;-
claw Florida has little room :;? fo -
the industrious settler ihe *,-. v.-r ..
j--tJy to extend the glad haac.Eetero iThe t

People American differ 2.8 Eagle.to whom a:* 'ii.- ABE

rable,immigrants. Some Oo ny 'r.m"> F Brow.B1bojJAKE
for instance that members u1 the: KXre Ala

baa community are desirable one- ....
; yet, from all we can understand, 'be;:. ....
...... .
are an Industrious people and anbcildins .
, nice, tomes and fine grove .--
on Efctero river. Others do not thing .
that the Cubans are desirable immi '
Ocala Fla.
Wholesale Grocers 3
grants; yet they have revolutionize :: ,
. things at Tampa and are making i r =
. ---
the nost:: prosperous and largest CiTy .....- ...
' Jn the state. So, the Immigration to ---
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the United States from all)) parts vt: 1
< the world has been beneficial and ha;
f ......
; added to the greatness of our coun ;
: Men are Lot like animals and can

.l- tot ards.be- Men measured possessing by the the same frailesi stand :i E We Want to Especially Call Your -

bodies have left the greatest :impress .... 'i.!;
epon our institutions. John Randolph !
J cf Roanoke, Alexander H. Stevens. V_ Georgia, and hundreds of owners ;' J"
fLight be named. :

Then, too, oar great inventors and
; geniuses along all lines are (If1nfoll1 -
...__ ..
to particular class andfrom 1-'pnr.2 ':" .4 l ---w I! l.;' .J3""I"' .r _
; all conditions. Thomas Ec:-.lJII .... :
, r vr::s a waif. The great founder: >,t ..
. the Astors was a peddler. So va ...
" Fiske, The partner of Jay Gould. Y"'ru :, ..... PURINA FEED ...
cannot tell what is lurking in a bo> s

brain or to what marvellous hti fc'- .....
i* will reach. --- .
So, we would exclude no clays of / 3t =
{ Immigrants but would open our doors ::: m J- .: -- 1SU .I e
vice and give them all a welcome. j {
We repeat that Florida's greatest : !
nt ed Is people. I I FOR YOUR STOCK. =


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Sneaking of the cardinal principles
cf the rich as a class the Cleveland
t World says' It is Guaranteed to Contain the Following Analysis:
The truth is that the foundation I
t ..
factor in the financial sucess of these
men is their honesty-honesty of the

strictest and sort co-operation that commands of hundredsof the confidence !: I Protein 14 per cent. It takes less quantity in 1

other commercial leaders con'ro1Ji i
-' ing vast and varied interests.

hope Cleveland, with encouragement has witnessed and-let pride us I: 1 Fat 6.2" feed to keep your stock in ,

the rise of John D. Rockefeller from ;
r a bookkeeper's desk to a position of
power unparalleled in any other age I! "
". cf tl a world. From a small weekly f f Carbohydrates 60.0"Fiber good condition than f
salary his income has grown to! E ,
JIG/MV'OO; a year iI i I ...
It Is a mighty accomplishment.: If' "

do dishonesty it, the,plutopbobial oppression, victims robbery--every could E a 6.9" other feed on the market. I

:, enorting one of them-would find ....
quick cure and be reveling in wealthIt I
takes intellect: with a big: I, ro I ==
do this sort uf thing. I ...... ....
If it were true, as many seem to I II tJfJ ....
think, that a wave of fortune sweeps I: ':. Ii1iI III .. ...
j ...
along now and then and, grasping up i ""
E bome lucky rascal, bears him awav '
on flower beds of ease-if this w.-r E iJ
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true, yet VJ'J: in every thousand or usisedng

would still the mistake wave coming its charari.ollrVa'an.: Evaporated Prunes Peaches Apples F

taking to the cYclone cellar .1.1!; : ,
down the door after us. s
great fortunes do not com Ill" ; -
t nor are they picked off bush< >< tr.o London Layer Raisins Pickles Catsup
of other pvople'8 pockets !'t IKIff -! k.. ,
got his through the voluiTa-v fferinxs
of millions of his fcllov.,"u> ::
given in return for the oil that !l. :ir ,
also Condensed
their home su Soups.
!U has made his wars nut upnti !!1'
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people, but ui on his rivals iu! >: i;
; tJJ -rIE- ...
nwn fields, and it has: been avar :n :
> ; In fact in the Line. Our stock is
"., .. 'bid intellect dtcitJ'tttw\ ila > I I : anything Grocery complete.
y-- The Unwritten Law. ...
I ..
Much has been written and said r- i I .
cently regarding the "unwritten law. ',' !'!''IIJ- --
.1'I F g.'L
It has cropped out in numerous murder .
trials, lyuchin and other epi-: __ .

Reno R..If'N. Kenyan,and beta ridiculous.in legal a recent and outrageous Judge address ThomasJ. before sub 1l'l; Try a few boxes of Hunt Club or Florida Emblem --

tho American Jar Association, went ,
so far as! to make a list of offenses --

&i comint updtT this "jurisprudence ofE with order.
Cigars next
'- < lawlessness" as he was pleased iu ('allIt. ?i your jl
but waht Is generally spoken of a*
"the unwritten law."
Now, if this unwritten law i h. sound l
Yours for business
r law why in heaven's name, do not more
the several legislatures of the siat.sembody I .
it in the codes? if it is not : ---
houud what excuse is there for its *>u I IfIJ>-

forcemeat Il'ItJro ,the especially lawmakers if not and Su! etuhod!lay.u- 1--, .......... -'",,_ !II S._ --"-" ...'!'!' _-nt_ .. L.-P: ._... .,
$i>- Ii ,. --
4 forcers ashamed of it, or is it Mrtintly > ...
regarded as a weight in lixtnj; nm!!

.4'. ; l1t.tt'rmlnlngal a matter fact prosecutions"As one wad *, ;,.

suspicious of these statutes ,.r i .. : A. BON & BRO.
lauKtnatlon, if they ano -;:Ir' ,1 .....
Pyle l as not to be alkiwvit a j'; ;a: '
amorg the laws of the laud ami
none '
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must blame the man \\:<-> i':111' J :------" --a-:: '

such circumstances, indulges in iae I ..
"fudge made
ever inenioriiMhthe !- m
r Intensity of meaning b> ice ,::,-;! iiI- __
mortal Oliver Goldsmith. Taw,la I tI __
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