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Title: The Ocala banner
Uniform Title: Ocala banner (Ocala, Fla. 1883)
Alternate Title: Ocala daily banner
Daily banner
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Physical Description: Newspaper
Language: English
Publisher: The Banner Pub. Co.
Place of Publication: Ocala Marion County Fla
Creation Date: February 7, 1908
Publication Date: 1883-
Frequency: weekly[]
weekly[ former aug. 25, 1883-dec. 28, 1888]
daily (except sunday)[ former dec. 30, 1888-]
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Subjects / Keywords: Newspapers -- Ocala (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
Newspapers -- Marion County (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
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Spatial Coverage: United States -- Florida -- Marion -- Ocala
Coordinates: 29.187778 x -82.130556 ( Place of Publication )
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Dates or Sequential Designation: Vol. 17, no. 12 (Aug. 25, 1883)-
Numbering Peculiarities: Issues for 1884 later called new ser. vol. 2.
General Note: Editors: T.W. Harris, F.E. Harris, C.L. Bittinger.
General Note: Description based on: New ser., vol. 2, no. 14 (Dec. 1, 1883).
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THE


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BANNER.


THE NEWSPAPER-"WHAT IS IT BUT A MAP OF BUSY LIFE- ITS FLUCTUATIONS


AND VAST COM ERNS."-COWPER.


VOL. 43, NO 3M OCALA, FLORIDA, FRIDAY, FEBIHkUAIkY 7 1908. ONE


DOLLAR A YEAR


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road i-s. now in the bandrs of a ,ec~elv- ~~ ~ obr n t Bn
r. iwr s value-d patrons ot' Sparz. rim 4''
MN.r. .lotwi H. Mathiewi-. ormio rly of'iit a plea~.ant call Saturday.
this cit.Was ill Ocaula "Ll h'lsi'it M t'. Month holon Atkinson )t( I' di)k
andMr .1. B. Borland(I f Cit ra were,

M r. E. NM. Gray of Tampa. tormer-lv rn iiTMro (AIT' 1t tS
ares-ident of Ocala. came tip ysstcr- hColIvsetati
day o I~ j~e~set a thefi~era~of r .1. (). Turner lia- ~tp Star,-,
his .o(n-ir1aw. the latte, lgt i ~ h- 1, as jpurciiast-1i '!.kerv. lHe
Mrs. Mary I odgt- N addi~x hlas r0-;.&(Il
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antd( o)h-r staTt--. an'd x't,- i r' i.-
ma'n a'wavY tor four or livt. :n.n,'hs.

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the' balance tof tThe winter i-'re Shit'
is stopping au Mrs. C. .1. PhiliW i on
S ,Sowl] 1Third st!eei'. Mrs. IDrFO:(! is
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'it. A\n;lonhE.mv ; W. McDonald, an, l ,vei1, tlii. tTe. placc in, wl:.ich he
Silx. r Siring ; V. .J. Seckinger." ((ot- "iedifl.
Toln Plah I : i ilnry Shaw. Pedro: J.!; I ,1e Iro,)\ to b it b(. a most valual)ble
Kipatrick. Lake WVeir; .1. A. WVeisner, citizen and was possessed of great en-
IllleviewJ .lohn M. Martin. \V. ('. .Jlef- terprise and industry, and soon bt-
ford.-. iHenry C. Gates, T. D). L.ancas- pame known as our largest vegetable
ter. l. T. \Villiams. .1. IH. Livingston, shipper. and though not always suc-
I). .\. Miler. Ocala; Henry W. Long. cessful he gave to our county a big
Martel. reputation as a vegetable producing
('omratie Hlenr y W. Long offered section.
the following resolution, which was Mr. Close was twice married, his
adorpt(ed, viz: first wife being a (laughter of Mr. E.


SA BANK'S CHARACTER
A bank's character is and should be determined
by the standing and ability of its officers and
directors. They must be men who have been
successful in their own affairs and give careful
attention to the bank's affairs.
The long banking experience of each of the
officers of th: Munroe& Chambliss Bank and
0 the good standing of its directors, are reasons I
0 for the high character and sound judgment 5
which has marked all of the bank's transactions


Tte[uiqroe9Q amblissBark
Incorporated OCI ALA, FLORIDA
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BENNETT T. MAYO


A LONG MIDNIGHT WALK


The renainls of the late ,Bennett T. Mr. W. J. .l.ohrig. who is at present
Mayo were brought to (Ocala on the operating a hardwood mill near Fair-
afternoon Seaboard train Monday. and field, hadl an experience Saturday
were taken immediately to Giace umornLing that he isn't anxious to re-
Episcopal church, where Re. G;. Fi. Tpeat at an early (lay. He had driven


Resolved. That a committee of five M. (ray. now living in Tampa, and his l Harrison performed the funeral ser- to Reddlick andti intended coming to
conflnltt 11't* e T.. 4 niprt's.ssiyvly (JOcala on the midnight Atlantic Comot
be appointed. vested with the power second wife. a daughter of Rev. Har- vicThe rom ins of the dec.as were Ocala on the tr ain. however, would
to revise and amendl the list of de- n.on C Martin. of Fort McCoy, who The t eeasd e Line train. The train, however, would
(eased nenmbers of this carp) and to with one ch41d and two children by accompanied to Ocala b)y the bereav- not stop for him. though a signal Ian-
cd young widow and her two 'hal- tern was frantically waved in an eon-
perform such other acts :s, they imav his first wife. survive him. d oun widow an her two tr wa anically waved n an e
deem necessary, and to arrange a .Mr. ('lose was a member of the Bap- (dren, and Mr-s. Mayo's mother, Mrs. fort to make it do so.
plan of inserting in our historic books ist church and was universally es- [)avidson Stockton. of Quincy. Mrs. As it was very important that Mr.
ta short .krtch of such thing. ., They, t,,n.,ied for his manv amiable and nman- Eugene l)ozier oft .Jacksonville. and ILhrig shouhl tie in Ocala Saturday
liav dei interesting aidl a.rlri- palitie.. also by Mr Nathan Mayo (of Belleview to) secure cash for his pay roll, he
ate 'h. cuntv has had fe.w citizens ant! MI. 1). I. Mayo. Miss Virginia bra%,ely started out on foot to put the
Reso)lve'(l s 'ntl. That saij ('()m- ihlos,. 't'all wil! b, l ie ore( dieepIlY de-l Nlat xiantl Mr. ,!olu i H. Taylor (of this fourtet-n miles or railroad ties between
mitt( ,e :ni t'.v are herlv "hor i,,r. (citv, whito wentil Ito .lacksonville on teddick and (i'ala behind him. He
miti et-ho ind t: yare litrtol~~' a & hoi' h I'l.
I Sunday. Mrs. J. MM.I Nt'ly of t)klawa- reached the (citv inl record breaking
iz.d 1, ,1h ,i.hl ThV !:.nil it lle.','.8iar o
Illpliv c! T:H!i 1 ;i il THAT TIRED FEELING ha. sister o(f th lte deceased. (canie up to |tie11, lbut .%hat lie thinks of the rail-
I.. 'e b 1 (M' re, 1i v Lipipi); a's (;rat [e i- i,. ie' etl1 at the funeral, road people's rt'fLu:.ing to heed the
i)til ',. 2,: ..(itT ) i:. ,el. 1,-,.d It atlso c tr,'> N,'.r ii t Vi I- M,-sr *I .*. (;,rik .*Jol, I )ozier. A. stop signal will i)- known at the prop-
"" a 'i":,: jI" A : tI il I, lit.I' (fill- lenlt I l* iual(' It t,,,ls l ie n rI'Ves.
.- ,., ....' '. ) in .ll).') inIro, tfft,'t i-l ;ii.' :- !.,i,,n ri- I:. al dl tht patient '. lEiilt-. t. S; Scott. 11. A W\Vater- er triit-.
T I Idk 4 il iltI t
.: l.,l .;-,,l',",,i \\ .,,ie,. str,,i Ih i,, ^ ,8 Id w ,' l W A > il haI,- : ti n;iman m i d \V. M arIltLin were the all
Ji.V I.'-,. 1 !' Ix.Priias (, i)\ber.-.. 8tIl .\lIMessrs. Smith & tRob- REASON ENTHRONED
S i I). l .i ;ll' .-' I). V 1{-''11" I-",-, I- :fl 2 i.- K" (.rt IT',. iIi ('lI;ii'L8' of thei e filter as 81e so tasty w e
a"1 "\si'.l, tas Iy whhen
': ;"r I: T \\';iV::ni- A MARION COUNTY LADY WINS A r 'ii-l',it.- the, are (-otslirnedl in great excess.
-. : ;. ,, .* .,h PRIZE .\lae Iihe .,.rvie at th. (.h t1rcl0, This la s toi st oma(ch trouble, bilious-
Sr y h ickh \v; i arLa a.t!(1tte 1de) 'v nsus n- II' and I( l i'tipIation)Iit. evi4se your
: I :," : "' , A,',.' t ,; \\ .)-. ..i)ir .io ". A ,' I < appe'i )ttit, c tllt l' rhlien take a few do-
"(s ni (ai '
* ::, ; .: ;! ,,* ,' 8 ,ol.i,.r, r,,>i '- I 1 i', ;i.* :i a* ,' h, ihe in('t i ] 'tt' ) b(,,L w;as c':trr'lu d t (,rtIe nwood (eme- sj s Of ('han ur iain's Stom) ach and
S1 Vet'.-- to, .J.;!'i;! \ \;"I- \vio b>y Mrs. t-I'y v ll1 x. wtir'' it was tenderly Liver Tabletis an id Vol will soon be
M' -i, ::. 1"',, < "' .':(:a ,. \,Ji !A,( ,,. ,, ( ; Iva;e. lVa., laid alnv' i it lst restin. I place. Thte well agait. Try it. For sale by all
1 "" I, A' 2,, .. 'r ,'. -, .- .i I ;' a 'c"8 0 :I'."c lIv I" i irize ra 'l \ w a s (ci)ve re.!d w ith exq uisite ( Ir g --_.
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DEATH OF MRS. DEVENEAU

M\ ]-. C"t'olitel. M. I)eveneau;. \ -e;.rs

01 t'.e,. a r 1asil.nt o! t i: it dieI a
!'." ifIll!" ot" !IerI soi)}. ;l. V .1. .M l)'v-
TeiIet Wi. a' H II)p on. '"l'i~i;'.

titn;, v.i !i !i.'r ,ia~nm".r .r. M1rs. l, W .
. ..I I'.-' t.i .XLAA-ii tlhi ' ito( tlis a.o" site.
'X4 T 1-; ) :, 1 i '- sut1n at H a: ip -
o;1. \>. ti''e -i' .'" .0" W i XTi I ;en :- ? .da1n,!
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(C(TI!t! a1% d1.,'-' of t.he V.tri, IC 'oi;. ('o I- I r.<. 5stis 1k. 1o1 i1i !.,.- i' '.' l c .: -. ;,- I';. :1n i'>ti'--'.,\ iit'.
fedi-( rate V veterans. anu i .-tt'1, .t of i iI ()< ala for s. \<-, 'til \\,.k' 1a t ti;a.. i'N,: t n ;at ,I It' -ia I ;t \\ 'it!v--l I,
his illnes's \was uiabie, to I) ,' I- p ,lm sent htille oif' he, r soilt. M1,r S "T Si-iin' K. ye'at .. a ,'i. ,'iiii 1 (cai. T\\
at The .. ll TIT y1 v m.., i ll -I '111 TI .-!-d;y lias t',iii'l.t to her .i" ni1- 1 a' MI*. nt- \ ear.- la ;.t >l -: i' '.o (;aini e-\ II,.
m orning troo, ) i. ii(] is ,v.-,. -l\-(.i NtIT, !io \e\ \\i:0,., sir, ll- resided ev,-
Ilenry Sistrlunk a; o'('a: a i ieii l -I' li I i ince. 'SitAe \vi.-s a l'-vo ii ''ili)'"wr (i
Mr. B ,.n E. RaysorIm has )lacetl th(e mother Vomte. the Baptist chillr-'ch. atl ; ile-'.,i,
editor of this paper under obliations ,'h w irer ts It )IILu : ts e';d' ( i';:
for anot ,-r box o(f delicious 'ranges .Mrs. .uilia McC(redi, was called' tow(o uld it'-nmlil.
trom his gre)\,. 'he, "Tilie Mae,.'" near Tatmpa Tuesday by the olea'th4 )fi l I, lec.ased i- su'vie., I. 1>\on stn.
Palatka. Th,\y aret, juicy and sweet lIrD l r. which oc'o'l' : e i n th;t! R O'V\ W, 'v J. .M. 1 )t..>l a tla:nitp ti. andl
and are un suimallv fine fruit. ainl the ,y-es.'T, rdav morning. r Mi- ,('r-,,,'' in,. Zault'.-'er. Mi's. I.. '. .lacks,, *. this
editor has b-41n feasting on thimIn dur- losi h, t' hulsiland l !at; vt K. ; .1l iI ('ity .;ain,,sviil,, Stu
ing his confiIniP1ent ar lhome wt iLh an thi-- Ii \V -orrow il h:t! ii>> (' in,'. ;O I,"-r


nindttj ~- if tbho riii- I~ aS T thes- u ~i !all Iher E(~q. T AT TFDRIRI F ~ .I~.


(Oii ll' i'-.i ,1; Thi. \ ':i! tit'uI loe)\''s I;iviIng been sent f'roni W ITNESS
\ i:'',;:I ', iilit)t-I' ,lac('kl o)tIvil l .l- and (lquite a nunl r from ____
.\ e ;.-t:t ,,, .-' i *'n\ ,l is,..e ()('ali. The plui)lic(aition o),arid of the Flor-
liE' o' -r,,. E( .-\\o! ida Baptist Association met in Lake-
l ti i It r MEETING OF THE YOUNG LADIES' land Thursdlay for the purpose of ap-
\ !(i A~i(, "Rxlti >)rls:ie CAR CL IB I
\Ani t!a ilepl ; l iii it -iirps. CARDLUB po)()inting a successor to Rev. F. C. Ed-
l1'- ca (:i! ,ll ilt ,.;ary. wards as edlitor o)f h. Southern Bap-
a(! t:i! N,-r''.iy. .Mis M.arglar'e. FEagleton was tlh. tist Witnlss in this city. Mr. Edwards
.1,! saii! 1t a !hi-p 1' '-tvre- h'har iirig hiLostet-ss o t the Young [La- having I1 ein f .)rv.ol top rsicn (n ac-
'Ii iAd w )lliid dli(,s' ('ard Cll) Saturday afternoon. conit of failing health. Itev. J. H.
And for its execution at their wee(kly Beeoting. minister
I shall look to you, sir: do you hear?" Mi's EaglO'ton hlad as her guests 1e-O Tharl a well wnas Baptist nl nist pr,
sa io l.akOlarnd. was *'!ecrt T-fi'ih i~e.. ^nn ides flt-e chlu memberss, Mrs. WVillkiam i. ,
"ih!-ihihs,'. e iiI side' the .i) ieirs., Mrs. William ;tiotn, and\ we undi'standl that the pa-
.\"-- \'-. V;' ho'," I 'i O Ftllh' Anld(rlt(ti, Mrs. Mary Eagleton, Mrs I p),r will after a few months be pub-
he' i lie : c', v,.ti,'s: SI.-. is a val- .I. ('. ," ',,I M 's. V. FT. Sch r','.ibo'u -i, ', .,"" r.aulia.
n ) p t.:; r I .> ;,. ( ) c >) 1 t 1i H i m r" M i. s '-s V n,~ iiri:, l a n d, "r iili e, |P as r e ul r. ,.\ K, lw t s h .- i e ( i ; s i e i
i! I I 'l ~. -f Ti > .1 u- ,ia I h 't' ai Tutu. .\i h Is has. since hi-; selection
. ; ,,. ,.., .,,(,.1 T I! n iz i/. 'or pw ints, w as; w on IW\ ,, . .
... : ,at h.-'" ii,' f .ilit Was \VtII t5 ..- dIolr of th- \ itnness and residence
,.: M r~~~~IIs. C If. a vl nd~ to a Ies t\- / i.,
-'" '. !.!" 4 I, f gam.. ,. i" Ocil l a. w .de miany friends, who will
... -is> {ti 'iMe I)v'I, anI thut visito'dr' t' t o ".
', r.t 'o e;, irn if this step), but his
i. l .I-. V. l.. .It' I,'llz' ,,,, till .M s. .I. ( !', .l, -'si'iianl- srnul tiirg'led it. and he
,i imp rty ,i ir tio',. 1ITA jlrize ', .' all l l ,l Will t. railpraril. retire. ff, will short-
lr;e, lds :;'1 !lI'I+il"-10 l)loeI' eiL'riia pla'ks o(f cards.
I T 4 w r A i I t ( TIV- l*,v, l()rii' Hlrtow, where he and his
> .' ; ,it o '*idax. 111:! '. "'er \-i wet-er Assited liv l., .r 'sister. Mrs. lag 'atriil. wil r, ..i l't, l. 'r the present In
t'e T titk:-. :iisl Foint \'imitio. d,.fenllied Tonl. T lit- ltoiostss >''t'veul dlelightt'ul hot this. -, o.. t- gai in hi los health
,l<.:),I )tilari w,,, , h ,*-' ()f r,. ,ainin-r his lost healtlk
;I'!ibI,- ;tl n 1 .itr. li(kIartl4 V was vi('t)r- TO ENTERTAIN FOR MRS. RAWL8
ios o,,,,r ill 'lmackls. ;aind Tl:., allamint FOR SALE AT HALF PRICE
Nice,, nilhri'-a{i r .pIuiano,). medhiupal sizi
.it.I.,' s. Aft',r' t'i,;lr(te'i w\iTh hai'l.- 'cooki. rangee, faln('y (ak inint a- .' r- i .\. .Sawl-. who. leaves soon
.so e ;rizes. .\t'ter rile lhartl, ,eli- !,T,. lit' ), s(,1l1l ic('klY. E er.\r thinifg I ," .!;c.ksom villa to. rr.sid., will be the
('i(i)IlS 'rt-'tr-eslII I tlS WeII'.e tSl' se ved to he)I l )ra('ti('a I llv iet,- ;(I d will sel) all ,) or l onorhi gl .'t aIt ;a itautifiIl r-ceptlon
,-.i,,rs ,o ,,he aei.s ot e, several 2i r (, i i ) 7, ;. .la('ks 721.ll,.
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a 1 P I r m 1 L m I.. 1 wi lu-zo. a t11 i t Vla s i f h eI1 et
Mr. J Gerock. chairman, an d Mr. c- -:(.Ilma. ..' auid l ;alt rh,,mn 1,,.I) l '()at.(l ,h lass f h PHOSPHATE LANDS CHANGE
J. Y Ban es-. a Tmei lxe-r of Tihe hoard Mr. and Mr.-. \V. :. tE 'yant l.!n S1- ,!hir i of county c n ji r, .nf C y f ai' lit- af ,l )lialill tt" ('haoliilrl'aiiu 's peace. itil a; a lale hour .aiiil "'I o ,I
of county ecommisioner.- of Citrs day afternoon f,r ,ai,,,svi,!l. Fla.. Salve will init:awly allay this iTC.th.inf :nigh" 10 their r de,,lightfil host ,n, iil .r .. N. li, ', \V. ,i.
cfnintv .were ill n Ocala Tules-lay. at- wlhk're they will irk le'h rriiil, Mr. i,,! ",. .h h 'i a. h v ... ..I. .. .. M a c 1. \


iv.n liv her ni th.-r. Mrs E. l.. Ma-
lonf.v, anrid Mr.. Ilorothy ('. Edwards.
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saddle animal. esp o.iall fir the
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is amiable. he ma ,.e ,asil' tagha.t
to carry double.
From thc pres.-n; otrloo, iT s Ieems
that hereafter our xvi.it-. to ()Ocala for
a day's shopping :ire, to h.t fewer,
short-.r ndnd fith;iI is'-t%-4ween The
powers that ,e La\xe decided t. t i)s-
seng.,,r xwi no, l, allowed t)o uo p1
on the ''cloc',mk tr.ight rii a> herl-
tofot*'. -i ni,-- w:it t'.,r T..). Too
train. o(r flag "'idnihlT "ra:ni. a-
their l)-ins, demands.
Atlt-LN )I.\ RB!-S.

FOXWORTH-SMITH

At six o'clock Sumday' een inz.. Jan-
uary 2G. at the home of the bride's
parents. Mr. and Mrs E. NV. Smith.
Miss Lorena Smith was married to
Mr. Merrit M. Foxworth.
Mrs. Foxworth is one of the most
popular of Belleview's many charm-
ing girls, while Mr Foxworth is a
valued atta(che at thl HHomone turpen-
tine still.
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S t'C!clatied In tI .-:T -,' it Ye,>.
Swarlnt the 'annin:t facorv. Mr SUFFERING AND DOLLARS SAVED
'rris. Mr Hi', ;ii.,r andt frin.'-t-
TIC.M P l.;)-I, Prof Marifla, N. Y., says:
"I am a i carpentt r and hav.t' had many
se''vere cuts healed hby icklen's Arni-
VINSTON. BOARDMAN AND Me-; ca Sale'. It has saved me suffering
INTOSH and dollars. It i.s by far the b)est heal-I
ini .salv'e I have ever found." Heals
*nt'Ii., s,(ore-, ulcers., feoer sor'es, ecze-
),'cial Cotr. Ocala Ban r. at T is Co..
Mrs Mara Evans had. led a T ruiin.-ts. m& Co..
Mrs. Mary Evalis ia.- ,,.,;on ca"Il0,t o 1r!,-1Ezi.,,tz;, m


her daughte-r. M'sr..la n.ts Means. of ELECTRA ITEMS
MrcIntosh. who is q.tit.' si.. .O
Mr. and Mrs. F. K. Riciar(sond of Special Cor. Ocala Banner:


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WEIRSDALE AND STANTON BERLIN BULLETIN OKLAWAHA ITEMS GAITER GLEANINGS FAIRFIELD FACTS

SeasMons Are Good and Farmers Are Special Cor. Ocala Banner: Special Cor ,cala Bannor: Speoial ('()or. Ocala Bann.-.: I,, ia! (or ()cala Ban,'
Happy-Oranges and Grapefruit i After the lamps are lighted on Fri- W, ar. iiaving som'., v-rv cold i r Io,-rijon atji Re,-n '\ ar,' .ti l haDin_ L ,nTotrtol, E
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Still Being Shipped day evenings we all sit around the weather, but no dama-, has been col., waTl'.'r. btt i ,'" ,t .,i
Our farmers and truckers are now fire and e-njoy the pages of the Week- done to fruit treo.- so fa:. ianli witi w,', Pi.Vaca1 visitors to v.r' nc'. aman a:-',e, ind h.r tr
busy from early morn till late at ly Banner. The farnioers of hhis section a'e all Holder last Sunday. They were the v.,_ ,arll
night preparing land for spring crops., Shade Atkinson of Marrel was in busy lpro)aring their lan I for early .ll-Ts (,f Mr and Mr'. 1 T V Robin- Th in .ml, o;.
Already the watermelon acreage has the city yesterday. Mr. Atkinson is. in trIcK .on. Mi7i,)p)Y putting 'n a ir'i c-kl sonl
been planted, or soon will be We are the employ of a large sawmill at Mar- ak Blair has gon to Winter Mr (. f. Irr w- in our ,IIr last track for the urpo-)' f oi. i1'."- Il,
favored each week with light showers tel. and( came to Gainesville to meet Haven tor a week or two to work with Saturlav on business. !i>; was strick- It wil etend our tie. tor tIl-
and the outlook is pleasing to all en- a shipment of fourteen head of mules his oranges. en with a severe "crick" in his neck. south of her'.
gged in agricultural pursuits. and several ears of log carts, which Oklawaha is gradually growing. which I)roved very rvpainful. and he Th, yongie pel' ,tnj,' i .1 ,'
A few oranges and grapefruit are' were being shipp?,d from some point New residences are being built, and was tunahle To ateniid to any hiisines.- fl dance in the t,, l: htll F'ria' ..
stll being shipped each day. but the in (-ori: .--;ainesville Sun. some inimprovemeonts are being made to \' h,'P t,) helr of hi. spedy recov- ,,il t
min crop was shipped before :he hol- The Berlin public school ha elect- the roads leading out of ouir town by ry. Mr R ( (t'.ji anT .I N',tl
|idays. d n-w officer. for the literary sociO-' the Improvement Association of this! "ndy school wao -il to th.> ood arhws of mirt l
Many orange trees are beginning TO ty a- follows: Miss Sue Haycraft. place. last Sinlacy. town Frita ev.nin I
bloom and the bloom, together with president: Miss LoTtie Mills. vie. pros- Miss Lizzie Proctor vi*ir.,t Bell- '- i, ,i,.i.t renit.'nmler tha' St. Th O XV. ('n ) 1- pT ,r . in, "
the fruit of the last June bloom, which ident MN iss Eleanor Secki,- .r sec- view Saturday. '. ".;.. ,- w I! s eo h.re .,: nil y *r th: h )i ,',' t.til h.ot-'
is now fairly well colored, make a rotary and treasurer; Mi- Minnie Rev. .amnthr; of Ocala p;--a hd a '! (''.' Ravbini <) oI ( i"tv. oo nuH. lit- I'
.e. ey itretn em n a ur iir .\la i- V V),a- i.it,,r xx ~eel. llm
very pleasant sight to look upon. : Seckinger. critic. The socix y m eets, very intersting sorm on a* ,::r ,I- h. ':!i r,, v!,,r .(
The recent frost did no further dam- on Friday evenings, fortnigh'iy. Sunday. We hope to have him (c(, no! !r I", '1'rn i.- tnrme.; cirit.,n of lr. V I.- ( od.i, an! li,' -, ',n
age than to kill the tomatoes and egg- The debate at the school last Friday again. (>ie ,ave )een i for rt [)li R f,. ,l~i'-
plants, and cause the guavas to lose afternoon was: "Should the d,-ad lan-! Miss Emily Mc(aihagin. who is. M" \V Petre-A'; ia- leon burn- ,t are imnro'ving Iuite rapil'.
most of their foliage, guages-Latin and Greeok-hbe taken teaching school at Dallas. visited her lug "prt'n'e woo,.' this week F{' Mi> )',l I Snith andi her f:'uti
The Lakeside Hotel has now near- out of our schools'" parents bhre Sunday. ha- lh'"n v.rV si.i^-tfiil >, far. and Mis Walron. of Bay Iak'. w.-re vt
ly forty guests, with new arrivals each Affirmative-Miss Sue Ilaycraft and Mr. J. M. Fort made a tlying trip h415 not ',aniagedl an\ t enes.- or timt- in Mi- Snith's parents h,2.' oajlr
day. Mr. Robert Ferguson. to Ocala Saturday. .Uhr. M.'I) lay.
The winter residence-,. and cottages Negative-Miss Florrie Mill.- and Mr. J. J. Drigger. and family have I S.niri: was in 'irra Friai
along the lake are all full. and present Mr. Gary Beck. movoedl into their cottage on \Ve.:t av- KEEPING OPEN HOUSE ('OW BOY
a lively appearance both day and Judges-Misses Regie M ily. Al-enue. Everybody i woe h w
night. tahula Beck and Eleanor Scing.-r., Atiiioin those who went iup to Ocala feol good. and we feel that way onl ASK YOURSELF THE QUESTION
A considerable sized squadron of, After an half hour of debating, today v.ere Mesdamies Ht. W. Henry, when )our digestive organs are, work-
naptha launches and rowboats may be :which, was equal to any of the wet senior and junior. Mrs. Trout andi prot)erl. Dr. King's New Lift n s Chamberlain in
seen every pleasant evening on the and dr tiow of reason, and three veo y v Robert Blair. Pills regulate the action the stom- Hal1 when hav rhitrna i s'
i ac iliv,'r and bowels so p-rfectlyv one o V. fel t. r1 hat the rest It will b'
lake. charming judges decided in favor of Mrs. H. WV. lyde of Candler was in can't help f.,-iing ood, when hoe ses prompr and satisfactory One ai;;i)i -
Fishing continues to be a popular the negative, town Saturdav. the ill- 2,C. at "Fd inis & (<'s. catimn relieve,,s the pain, andTi n'anv
and productive sport, while those After the debate recitations woer Wt,. ate. glad t c see that improve- drtlor,. m ha".- been permanently cured'! l !t.
us ll;>c,, and| ,h .*'** i/e, t- F,), .:|).. t>
blessed with greater endurance and spoken by several of the, school. Mr. mIents are being made at the depot!O i j i
perseverance find the hills well sup- Emanuel Martin loves his s-hool. and here. Tliev have erected two waiting LIFE AT SILVER SPRINGS t1its
plied with quail. thl school loves Mr. Mantin '1oom-, and i)ainted the building. which. SOUTH LAKE WEIR
plied't-t witrqual.rSUTmLAKEWEt
Camping parties go each week to The many friends of little Miss Le-i helps ;he looks of it consiterabli. All A lr,, part' a ';n, ')',r \Vdnt'"lsiaY
Stokes Ferry. on the Oklawaha river otie Brooks, who was badi' l)urned at we need now is an a.etnt. WV. IT. fr"0ni B'l ,vi -1`ew-1non- of rn 0! t lie th
!Spec;;): ( ',: ( )c:& ;a B' nn'
and regale themselves with squirrel h,, lho01e of her parents at Zubr. Fla.. -WIn R E-rTA NT ---coi.i....-J-ill-,m ot NI;. I ) .
pilleau and "river water." a few davs. ago. are ,ielightedl to( know IWEwRSDALE-STANTON ; if, nWt ., Frau in
The recent ('cold waves furt he- north that sh. is o ut of dan;er and is ini- --- ~i 7, n- T ,. (:in- i. h;ir.ia:
have caused considerable flo .ks o()f pr,,%in; ral)iilly. N. Mr lln i'.-(" R t;tx i h.n,,oe! iM [,t1 ,-,j \ a (C I f. 1 -: : ,"
canvas-hack duitcks to migrat,- to h#, Bf.r l- m noviil I To, Zt)l,,r Mr aI' t'roiIt il da '. !".'t,. to t i. js.M'i'tIlr 4 (,I',l' ln.'' 8 v 1 4 '
river and rooeed-ponds whielh skirt it Mrs. S -. Brook. ;il clildrnl li (ed Mr. ,and Mis. ('. C V. \V;Ilard :mi-! (, ,l, .Mr w'l i *1'' I. ti! 1'l"'''! of
on either side. Thi5-. game. however, atr Berlin. whe'., Mr Brooks z-ili ox n.-" 'tiar'niinu ,Iauiltr r h;er,, ar,'i,.,l .rout Sltior 1;,*m'.i. <'n;i.. Mr'. .t'ti M .,r olo-n ih ,,::,' T '..:,'-' '
seems to h e wore or ',. 5,err. a -.., )r. "
with bag. ir-,lat 10 t ai, xor, .M r -d\vl;i',l 'Car-' .\ A tll tb) r of gliests ftrollt t llt, l ":,. i- ;'at 1N4.iti, ,,'' V\, .!d,.-.i
The turpentine enili havye comtIplete, Tr. Mr. V. B otr.s. Mr M.ih,'lon l.d k.-idt.- peont Fri(day on the -Oklawva--
the "raking"' of the-r hoxes and are .\Ail.1inson and Mr. .lanie- BaIlgt-r '1 rfix,.-. All r.1ort a itri, 5 :it, .,rhi (d hr ,,\ .
fnow liurning off rh, woods, sto thT R,',-. .\. ('r it the "darkey" nma. saiep more liel ()alatI Fridayi o n i-i n-.-. .. \xva> ai ltan.'. ar "''i'k ers" tali "' (ent'm r', l --'['.. ('l.ar .Vt" tli.. .I, :-l'. hi'fll l.ntin b '!j pri.tt,,i ,t I.. ,' '. Y. +:.
from tree to tree. These fir s are, i, co)iIamt.i t l) his .0,,. ,he!'" ..'"I. i bo ., andil h ,. sure at :'.1l. t. Tii- a: l, '1 j,,,, l'! ,i t I) ," BuT ftr 1 [. rin at ",!Ta p
great attractionn T,) maniy of ouir win Mm'. Marion ta'l. i.-. i; uom. a.aiYtir. l.i'ap# Year.
ter visitors, especially at night. when M Kt IWl .- ha 0 been xirt t1ie> I'. S Ir F. IIr w,0i. .I ndi;sti ,.s .1. .. --- _---I- --_- -
the flamoi s, carri,, h bIy a brisk reozt,- army r ft or tlh p:I.- Yl -' Sw4op over the hills ind into the vai- 11 3 h a s Tti, rttl,%l all .ov..r ih. !world- ariv..,- a \W, ,-! t'hi tn- wek. M r'
leys. ..th.,, flames oft-,n .shootiniz to thte ir n eala o to IPiilinii s. antd !Iy.'- ,t(i. a, a-r, t lu.iring lii- ai- l ,, -.....
topmost branch s of the tall pin,, t~hem froivi J,,,I't to port all ''x'.'i the;,n', "-
Horseback riding is a favorite poIrtr! w,'it'l Mr. r l.,als is a rt rand oll of Tie .A (' I.. i- re',l iti it Mr. (; uth-
among the ladies. A McC'eilland :amd- .Mlr ( ('. Si,,v.', s of tlhi. >,e.tiion and,1 rin.e' h,,i,.-0. also ,i ',i n;2 i? at a fe.h coat Not SCIIiIg Out at Cost, but Sellig nit 0 I
die and a divided skirt leini thi, reg- a b~r,,rb,, of M'. t'rn,.'t Raw\]'s of P'en-. of paint.
,,lation costume It has be,.n ,lis4,o.v- ,,.,,a. 1e. is wi'h *he. x,.'l k,,,o,,,n Mr> Frail Lx.-,. <,',oip:nied her Should Aiweys Br SrtisfOct~ry to Dr
f~redr That Th*> t'nil.' '^ ti ,-^>n.. lTloi'oia! :ti'-ti'.-tT" M ,'* ;fi!- ^\Vj~lti'',,w^ . ;Ao.i....., .. JttPtfie W,,ct S1).,.1.d A-ay Be Saifatr to De


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A BARGAIN FOR YOU

The be,-st imml one of the finest farm In rMatos
(county. con AItlnKl of 44 acrai choice
trucking land: all unfr r'it',vatlon:
good house barnm, cIs.;terni. well
grapes, pear. plliml. etc. On:y 4
rod.- from depot at Aparr. F,. I%,0k
at it and make off.-r. Submit prop*.
nltlon to S. I.ove, next door. who ha4
key to house. 1 13.Imw

PROFESSIONAL CARDS

W. H. POWERS. M. D.

PHYSICIAN AND ST 'R;KON

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OCAA. i, )LRIDA

T. E. BIGGS.

ATTORNEY AT L.V

Law' I.,'rary Bi '.n1'
OCAI.A. F- FORIDA

E. W. DAVIS

ATT,-)RNFY A7 \'V

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brYick used in ( )calia which i v, r
knowu~n as tht, Brick ~City

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Park. L. M. Howt-ll of Authlou,' W. E.
Glamhle of IDunnellon. W. J- Croitv otti
('itra. and M1r. .1. C. DuI~rte otf R-d-
dick %%-*-re am11)oIII*-he promhinenlt anid
well known Frilayv ~isil or- in (s'l

001 B. Brin--on (if Daisy%. onoe of our
coiintys well known farnivis, was a
visiltir to Ocala (in Friday and paidi
his respects to us. He reit-wed his
subscription I)tolc \*ek Baunet-i
Ar and gy'a Lobtrpori of hi.-,!se-
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; .. Dr. Hartman is now offering Peruna to the pub>'. as a ref'ilir pharmacenu-
1,, 1 .. Tal product. It is just as et.L.al as iny coinp.lud up for the medical
.. ..,:. proi-s',on No strain of -idial hs :i ; fl with it. THE
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(..t'i< lwiw- nmanifestosd and the lead(-
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"." .' :'HALL NOT r0 -7k.3
,.'- 'I- runtiue to oLfer F'ru:;i r-m t'.,, tot' We shall continue to
k-,:. ,..pie our claims ,)r Per"nr"a s A household remedy We shall
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1 .\ *p...y the people wt.h tree Liic .;t.r- te,,ut.,,g them how to use
,,ur _- .1.icie. t C. hin, them how to avoid Uiseaso. toe t.i. hei many things
. .cnct to the h lomie. We slil contii.e to do tL;,. '.%hliether the medical
p:c.-niu Iik? it or not.
We are proposing from this time on to take the pulic into our confidence.
Lotwithst.an.g that some imitators a,:d substitutors will be attempting to
put upi slmne:::g which they consider just as good as Peruna, we are going to
,lriw si;de the veil of secrecy and allow any one who chooses to know exactly
OF V' HAT PERUNA IS COMPOSED.
Thi'- ou,,.ht to disarm all honest criticism. We expect. ho.wever. that crient-
icism will continue On some pretext or other those who are envious of the
. sucess of Peruna will continue to find
' People Who Object to fault. But we are determined to give
such people no just complaint
Li'iuid Medicines Can PERUXA IS A GREAT MEDICINE
N'w Secure Peruna It has become a household word in
I Ta ts millions of homes. Our faith min the
Tablets. remedy is stronger than ever. Every
year we expect to establish new plants
in torein lands until the people of all the world are supplied with this valu-
abl' household remedy.
WE CLAIM PERUNA TO BE A CATARRH REMEDY Buy a bottle and
try it. It' it helps you. be honest and acknowledge that it has helped you.
If you want us to we will publish your statement exactly as you furnish it
t, us We will add no words, take away no words. If you wish us to we will
publishI your portrait in connection with it. We will not do this without your
written request, without your entire consent.
Perunia has cured thousands of people of chronic catarrh, in many phase
and locations. At least, that is what the people say to us. through unsolicited
testimonials. Peruna will cure many thousand more. in spite of fabricated
slanders to the contrary.
WE GUARANTEE EVERY BOTTLE OF PERUNA TO CONTAIN THEX
INGREDIENTS PRI14TJwD ON THE T.ARET.
We guarantee that every testimonial we use is absolutely true-in the
exact language of the testifier.
We guarantee that every photograph published is the photograph of the
person whose name it bears, that every word of every testimonial was author-
ized by the hand that signed it.
We are determined to beat our opponents by being fairer than they ar,
by dealing squarer than they dare to. We are determined to meet falsehood
with truth, duplicity with candor, insincerity with sincerity.
We know that the users of Peruna will appreciate our stand. We ?elie
that the dealers in Peruna will applaud our course. We expect even our op-
ponents will be obliged to acknowledge finally that Peruna is not only &m
honest and useful remedy, but one of the GREATEST HOUR'T.Nl.D m]I.
CINES ON THE CONTINHSN'.


THE


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---I EA I)AQUARTERS
American Wire Fencing,
Sash. Doors and Blinds
Paints. Oils and, Varnishes,
Mill and Mining Supplies,
Turpentine Supplies,
Improved Farming Tools'


GET OUR PRICES


Marion Hardware Company
Marion Hadwr Compan


ONLY ONE CASE IN COURT

\VWho is it 4 lb lie\',.-s .\iAlanta is not
growilui ',Ittrtr?
Such a sc-ne as that in police court
\VWediissdaly (1i' ring is und(!oubte'lly
withoutir a parallel in the, history of a
(cit the( size of Atlanta.
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THE NEWSPAPER-"WHAT IS IT BUT A MAP O" BUSY LIFE: ITS FLUCTUATIONS AND VAST 'COM(ERNS."-COWPER.


VOL. 43,


0 32


O('ALA, FLORI)IIDA, FRIDAY.


FEBRUAIIY 7 190S.


ONE DOLLAR A YEAR


Loaland Personal
Mr. Wbjserant of l3,k.jc-w was in'
!(vwn Wedne~.day.


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'W.-dn.psday. whf-rt 11., t, i 1 ii
1:1;+t of ht-r friend-z. Mr. and NIrs-. F..
L artrnann. for s.-#veral day.
Miss Rhoda Liddon. who ha- b--
t-aheing rhs* Tlublic-wcb~woll at Shady,
bas clo*-ed 1)+r cf V HO anI i- a horni-
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Mr. and Wr. \'..1 Riwl-. i.1-tv
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(irlract#.d w IT L Mr. Q(.linu f..r iht

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anld N-IriVr- M 1) .Iiil'in and Nlisr:
Macv .Iihan.
M1iss E,.4lhtr Veahers has pimn, it,
.1a-I~orvillt' to spenfd a we.k with
Mr-. Fro~d K Ik.ar. whim i s saying in
'hat i rON ring hor husband's all-
o.4jr', in Nt-w York.
Aniong th.- (Ocala Banner's pleasant:
Wtk~ nesn-day were Messrs. A.


M Power and R J. Chapman
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-ponslble positions with the


"bosphate Company.
Mr P er Ingram is building a homt-
DuXT to the residence of Mr. H. H.
" Harold. ha\in., r,-cr-nTly sold his honim-
ir: Tht- f tlrtL war. His new cottage,
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MRS. SAM A. RAWLS GIVES
RFAE IT'I II U ICPDTION


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hold re-!white and pink carnations.
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loveliest
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,ines w-.r*, also gracefully draped
over the windows and doors, and as
no oTher decoralion is so effective as
the Florida lha Iv i'tio it was indeed a
lovely pic: .i Th, afternoon was al-
miost sprinl-lik( and from every po int
of \ieuw mr v i-Wa a imos' chariiinl af-
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DEATH OF MRS. SARAH W.'
TEAGUJE

Mrs. Sarah WV. Teagu',-, after a lin-
I 1jT,9 illness. died in I hiz i' i. :
fer t nr.-fe o'(-lock- W'-,.no;. -0av !Tc


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V~':* 1.as -4.11 anld wo
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DOINGS CF THE CITY COUNCIL



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Th.--a~ wak 'tlianc ws ri dCg-fr-
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The Diniinellon Advoc-ate editor was
in O)cala -Monday imu did not notice 2
'that the larcstring of the (icalla Ban-
ner,, %VaS ha nging on T h tisie.The
E4niis~sio l nu:t noT -c-c!,ir again.-'
Oc'ala Banner.
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RHEIN


.Leading


XUERS


Mercantile House......


-W i ter


1907


Ladies' Ready to Wear Suits in the leading fabrics of Dress
Goods and Sils from $15.00 to $35.00.

Ladies" Ready to Wear Skirts in Panama, Chiffon Cloth
and Voile. Prices ranging from $1.75 to $15.50.

Ladies' Fancy Silk Waists, Plain Sili V cists, NFt Silk Waists.
Beautifully tailored from $3.75 to $7.50.


Our Dress Goods Department is by far the largest in town. We carry an exten-
sive line in all the leading weaves and colors at prices ranging from 29c to $3.00
per yard.

W7 AIJST SILKS: moneyy Back Taffetta Silk and the famous Mexine
in all the leading colors from 69c to $1.2'i.


IN OUR CLOTHING DEPARTMENT, which is in our Annex, we carry
Suits frcm $ 140.41l to $2I.tO( for men. Youths* Suits from $7.5(, to $1 5.0O Boys'
Suits ircm $1.5I)to S7.5()0. The best selections in up-to-date Merchandise and
well tailored.

IN OUR SHOE DEFRTMENT for Ladies, Men, Boys and Children are
represented the best
BRANDS IN AMERICA


RHEIN AUER'S


OCALA.


ODD


FELLOWS HOLD INTEREST-
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Men' anid Boys" Odd
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T2x9 Sh .t .s
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laar1 Siz. Art
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$1.84


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is the last day.


WYE guarantee every pur-
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tion or money refunded
without a question.


DRY GOODS


Broadcloth, in assorted colors. 56-in.
wide, ortLh $1.50. sale price only..
Broadcloth, in assorted colors. 47-in
wide. Worth $1.2F, sale prioe only
Guaranteed Taffeta Bilk, In Black.
very heavy, yard wide Worth $1 0O.
sale price only.................
Guaranteed Taffeta Silk, in assorted
colors, yd wide. Worth $1.26. sale
price only .... ....... ... ....
Taffeta Silk. in assorted colors
Worth 75c.. sale price only......
Fancy Plaid Worsteds, all colors.
Worth :`5c.. sale price only .......
Fancy Mercetrized Dotted Madras. a.-
sorted colors. Worth 4'-c.. a:le
price only.. ..... ... ... ....
Fancy White Madras. smitab'.' f,--
Waists and Suits. Worrth d ,,l,
sal, pri- tromi 1o. ......


Bro)vn r,-..s I..mnen. assr'e.1 ,:;a:1
tie, W 4r,)rh. h lo'ls, sale priea f'ro,:
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Aimoskaiz Flannellettes. al! color,
Worth 12' ale price only.....
Pee Dee Regatta Plaids, all coior-
Worth 11c.. sale price only.......
Dress Ginghams, assorted colors.
Worth l:c., sale price only........
Amoskeag Apron Ginghams, assorted
checks Worth 10c., sale price only
Columbia Percales. light and dark
colors, fast colors. Worth 10c.. sale
price only. .. ....... .. ...... .....
White Dress Linen. suitable for suits.
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39c

24c


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8 1-2c

7 1-2c


And Lasts 12 Days.


SATURDAY,


The firm of Frank & Harris have mutually decided to dissolve, T H H

I. Marcus Frank, have got to sell enough goods of the Variety Store sto

through the entire store and cut off all profits, and in a good maz iita


We


have a very large line ot FALL AND WINTER GARMENTS which we are gng to ac
these goods ov to nex
You can easily see that by patronizing this sale it will be entirely your gain and our los
WyV E have closed the 0. P. C. Sore. ,ft which we were proprietors, and moven same into this s'-. :."P.:e:ore are now ab
Yourself with the prices on this advertisement and compare samrne with any you have ever seen We have ,y en in
giving the people of this and surrounding counties more real values than ever heard ot in -ie hi_!r rv of Orh. This sale
homes in Ocala and surrounding country. This sale will stand head and holderss above apy sll_ yet attempted zin O and w
equal ours. Words cannot describe the grand money-saving chances this sale offers. This picture is not colored by 5eatiful or
OWN STORY. Come Monday, come Tuesday, come every day, and profit by thLis OF EAT DISSOLUTICON SOLE. o ,


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Unbleached Sheeting, full width for
double beds. Worth 5c., sale price
o n ly .... ,. .... .. .......
We have thousands and thousands
of yards of all kinds of Dress Good,
which will go in this sale at unmnerci-
full Prices. Be on hand and secure
the first selection.


29c


Muslin Underwear
Considering the time of the year we
have an unusual large stock on hand
lr's to your interest. *o bviyv now


Drawers


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39c


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,5c., trimmed in Lace or Embroidery
$1, trimmed in Lace or Embroidery..
$1. 50. trimmed in Lace or Embroidery
$2.00, trtmmad in Lace or Embroidery


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La-lic-s' Skirts, trimm1itti ino~
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Medium Size Co:ton H':ck Towels ...
Large S-.z Cotton H-ick Towels..
Good Size Bath T'wels..........
Large Size Heavy Barh Towe- ....


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,,-4 Turkt*y Red Table 4,- (-o
1,1-4 Turk-oy Red Tabitle Ciuth
12-4 TurLkey RpidTab> ( loth


46c


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49c
59C
79c,


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STS WALK AND TABLES PRINT THE NEWS A TRIBUTE TO OCALA'S LIVE OAK' RAILROAD COMMISSION ISSUES
DANCE JIGS MORE ORDERS
This is the Business and Duty of a (Written for the Ocala Banner.)
--fIll Power of Medium Con- Newspaper While recognizing the necessary re- Order No. 215.
Audience.-Creepy Sensau- Recently a business man of this city moval of the ancient live oak from the Office of the Railroad Commit-
tfias Occaioned by Queer called upon the editor of the Chief- street near the court house square, I sioners of the State of Florida.
Happenings tain to suppress a news item. The am forced to deplore it. and will say In the matter of thb proposed rules
matter was not of great public impor- in the words of Bobbie Burns, "0. the* 9. 10) and 11 of the "Rules Governing
C M. Sawyer, the noted medium, tance nor of very general interest, pity o' it." ;he Transportation of Pasengers."
epathist and mind reader, gave abut the business man did not want it In a little town on the coast of This matter coming on to be hlard
uformmance last night to an audience, in the paper. He said he would prom- South Carolina grew a wide-spreading on January 27, 19,., afr,*r du- notice
tt packed the Mary Anderson the-.ise that it should not appear in any live( oak. where the children were to all thr railroads and common car-
S until there was no more standing other paper if the Chieftain would not wont to play and the old-r people mniet riers doing business wholly or in part
mom on the lower floor. The audi-'print it, and he then went on to say TO dliscuiss affairs of honoe. church and within tht stato of Florida, and they
ne was apparently thoroughly enter- that if this item did appear in the sra'e. I)uring the visitation of on- -of' having }en givPn an oppoirtulniry to
Utaed during the two and a half: Chieftain he would withdraw his ad- the seve-r storms that prevail on thte Ieb heard and the railroad (-,nisio)nf-r1
tMrs of the performance. In the be- vertisinZ1 patronage from the paper. coat, this b'aiitifil' tre- %%as iijro)tt-! h-n.e f.lly advised in the --MIS-:
Sning Professor Sawyer talked at 1Of course in the face of su(h a -d ani d(+.stroye-d. Ir he:.,&v. ,,r'l.rI nai aillgt.


length on what had r(.-ntly lee-n an threat There was nothing -,o i,. 1,'
alleged -xposurs, of his plo rs and print th- item. i -nc- it wav. a ma
performances. piliiished in a New (4f i'' in.iat ',v- iT-r. ,n:1. .
York papt r. He d.cliaretd ;hat nth- liia1Uci' i ', :' (,!' "r..' ( '.*e';;a:a wW
t g had bt-4,n ,xl)o .',l. !,w on a<(-<-)'I pI ''I*i .i Y(. I t ;'-ii2 ,;: h.i- '
Of the attack on him h- niow i:,-',d Th, tr ,i:iC ,- ii "i1. ;:*.,' i',*
plainr-t nat#'rial.- anid ;-;rsi,:' ,- 4n j l 41 ';t>~( ri;.:i)n .:" .- (: ..:
lustrating his 1ow,., w iia'r na '.- i .::: ... "
A com m itTf o 0? ;1 I" ;tr aas t il. i] 'I) o'! -.h i]. ('as tV.. ."I ', ,- I";ic -
the s-tapge to f-xanm in .- rv -- r ti'l- o r .- t'T-cv1ib,-r, t, : ':: -I- ''.
-ed by the n-,di'n ,-two-or he ,lirtan ne u-f th- day.
m y particular leat. His fir-' f,-at wa- It i> a (11u er i.'-a :...t -. ,
the lifting of a plain stand--all-, i, > ha r % 'r. b'i.-in,.i.i r,-a'.,n:
the palnis of his hands lying tfiat oi Ii'\-,'. apo Th- (h;-:'i has n,.
the table It was (-arv'4 1 a:. ov ,-r 'ht, ho ;;-aiid read r.-s : t'" a" d .
sagel. h,-r. wirh N horn i;a -nTr,''d
The slate-writing ff-a' wa. ,lon,- l a c, ntre-t to f;Ir:,-> .- T:-w., o:
the audience. Two small siate-. w.; da>. i n a. a nolt<-:i, i:, ildliIz
tied securely together, a -mall pi,-ce. exp'nl-i'r- machinery c..n.tr-itr(l
of chalk being left betw(.e thn t -la- is. Th- purpoj.t- o i( iif-r,- n e .. ,,
He laid the slates on the .-ho-ld-r I'r -rniplo y- niorr han a hriird e
a young man, who said he --ard writ- andl ,oy.- lol the lrji .--- olf p i
tag When the -latos wer, untied ing the n-w.-. It lir.- repcr,-r:
md exposed, on one of theia was thegt-t the n-ws. I pays ,xpriP-r
NMtence. "My soul go*-s marching nnt-wspaptr me-n t- Irepare andi 0o


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Owr which was a cloth cover, pre-,
vIOsly examined by members of lthie
c mittee. The cover was fastened
Onm with. hooks and eyes. and laced
with a cord. The cord was sealed and
the seal examined by the committee.!
A member of the committee was
paced behind the cabinet and within!
a few inches of the man in the bail:
chair to see that no one entered or'
eft the cabinet. The curtains were
the raised, and a figure (!'.1apd :.,
white appeared in the caine-t and
raag a bell.
"'1 will make the figur '' ,inapp ari
d reappear," said Dr. Sawyer TbI.
curtains were dropped and iirnniwd:at'-
ly raised. The figure had anisbhed.
ITe ,member ot the connt.iit't t wnho
had guarded ihe cabinet -aid t na' ,o
one had 4 r 'n''r,'d it. Th.' ,-',
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Lean the hill upon the n:.uuntain and
the %ale upon the hill.
Cleave the vale and dig the channel
for the waters of the rill:
Plant the tree and sow tle meadow
with the blooms of eyes' delight.
Hang the sun upon the morning and
the stars upon the night;
Pour the waters of the ocean round;
the verges o; the spheres.
LJOse the thunder and the lightning,
ett the cloud- and rain h:he t,--a;'.

'0ool the tar internal irnace of the-
molken globe with detw.
Fix the ;heavens with their arches
teitp and It,-a tit i{L and lI';. ;
Loo.-v the moon an ,.i .... ,: tlaner'ts in
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Told C. O'M. PF

THE OWNED PRESS

The allahassee Sun says that Jef-
ferson said "a free press i s the bii-
wark of the people's liberties." "1in
This commercial age.-" be Sun says.
"' he press has not escaped the watch-
full ('e otf hose who seek to enslave
+,' pe ',i}( in o:-ier ;hal !i<'ic!Is'.' to the
:\ hr. take rhe pliact of Iibhert'ty
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we sold thousands of dollars worth

and of course it left us with lots

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About* 100 Remnants of different Dress

Goods at greatly reduced prices.


Coates Thread,
6 spools tfor

Yard wide Sea Is!and
special price yard

Riverside Plaid, regu.
!ar 81'.c kind, yard

Emily Dress Gingham,
ioc quality, yard

Louise Cambric, regu-
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Amoskeag
regular
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6c


iavy Bi:d
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Heavy Cotton Flannel
i kc kind


61I Ladie-' Shirt Waists at
2c 25c, 39c and 49c


6c


8kc


Apron Gingham,
Ioc value 7c


5o-inch English Broadcloth,
in black, gray. blue and
brown,worth $1.25 69
at, yard6 9C


:;-inch Percale, best
I'2,c grade, yard


9c


About 5o pieces of Flannel-
lettes, in pretty Persian
stripes and figures,
regt:iar ic value, at Oc

.\bout oo pieces ot [,fmbroi-
drry at special pices.


Ladies' Hemestitched
Handkerchiefs, each
Ladies' Corset Covers
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2c,


Pearl
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Buttons


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Dress Suit Cases to
goat

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Overcoats left
to go at

Ladies' heavily heade
worth $: 50. to 4
Sgo at
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his bands on his 1kne-es. 'i eCrtain &cosed antd withinn a few .*-c-
ads the coat of th.e connti'-*"-.mi
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ti in telepathy. Persons in The ai vtrt,.-er t, girt- pubii i'. :o "..ir bi-
Aence wrote certain figures down and iness announcenit-nt-. andi lhe vaii;-
bis assistant on the stage also wrote of that advertising ,eptnds di,-, ry.
the sum of the figures as thhey \vre upon the news alue o:T rhlte ,ip'r an.
added out in the audience,. Prit the iianner in vh;(I : ,, e pare.r ;'
Sawyer a'so tied himself hand and, char-ges- i:7."-, :iair. ,, E -:,,'i:.-
Ibot and would throw bells and thing.- ers.
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Mr. Ingraham Draws a Picture of Its Future-250 Miles
Nearer the Gulf Entrance to the Panama Canal
Than Any Other City.

By the first of .lanuar., l,4,:*,. it is, ug an'l i(.'ncca-in, 'it. t d- rad' of th.e


expected that ihi- ext(nsiuu (of -,he
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STATE FARMERS' MEETING AT
GAINESVILLE

,'!,. farn .r.- t imn'.-tinfl to ii, hold i'M
;aii,.svill1 during th. coming we-k
Irornist,.-, to t1w anl tithusias! ti cm-.
;i! judgi ii i; lrom tht- oSab.ira'e pro-
g.rain issu'fd will \h on o(f important.
a i." Sile* of th' 1110.f nlOteil niTn fi
.-.iock rai-Sin.4 andl agricultural lin'.-, ini
:ht' r(ilcntry ar-' to 1w' prst.nt:
TI: 1 ov!^>.in.,1 pro~giam hias b fK'ic ilyv ; a nn(,iiun< -d for th*- oc a- iri
Wednesday. February 5-7 p. m.

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EATING UP OUR FORESTS

,Enormous Consumption of White Pa-
per by the Big Dailies
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pe~r Itrade journal seen xt r'av~auatiit
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ii: 1Luiteil States firt-si :-ricc ihit
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Tlhe counIIri.-'5()! 1 '.'irai ;i' dllSw I4
America offer *xea'pi iitil pt j)-i'"l *
ties for fiji ur.' tade in all]Elo111W'-fui~r(
=nd indtisirialIlines-. and tltht 'ti- orinai~
Facilities at he% W %%I ~jI I t' 49hi,
structed within a viu''v of, ffordIit'lint1(1
only eve-ry jiossille facilityV f'm- hianii-
ifg the tradt, of C('ii and1(1(' I T 'I I -I-i
lands of the West Indios. l'iiit mort-
particularly with a view (of si inulat-


KNIGHT-TMARTIN CO
At the T. \V. Smith &" (o. 1)11 Srand.
OCALA, FLORIDA,

Come and see us when in need of anything in
the way of


Farming Implements,

Wire Fencing,

Stoves, Pumps,

Guns, Ammunition,

Sash, Doors,

Blinds, Paint, etc.


n fact, everything usually carried in a first-
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T THE PRESIDENT' MENE. MIAMI CRYING FOR DRAINAGE
SAGE
Sixty representative business men
CWWc~ilor Day of Syracuse Uni- went to Ft. Lauderdale yesterday
rrty a.i, that parts of President morning either by train or automobile.
1giwveltb m .,sage reads like the to meet Governor Broward. who arriv-
ravings of a di,)rdorol mind: and ot, ed at that place on Monday.
q prions in which appeal is made The delegation from this city includ-
to clAat prejt.d(it,* and excitement, is ed representatives from the board of
UlMp with s.ggt-stions of the adroit trade, the merchants' association and
and cununt- ti v shr, wd iut rec-kle ts leading citizens.
d~macofl't hArriving at Ft. Laudrdalo the par-
"Tbv wjo.. 'uessag.- is in his fa- ty was immediately presented to Gov-
miliar ran'iia.--; .xains* wha ht, calls ernor Broward. who received themni
-criminal w.atl: and he prc,'., up- very courteously.


NOTICE
In the Circuit Court of the Fifth Ju-
dicial Circuit of Florida in and for
MIarion County.-In Chancery.
The Easterling Brothers Company, a
SCorporation Organized and Existing
Under the Laws of the State of
South Carolina. Complainants, vs. AAA
W. H. Redding. Defendant-Order
for Constructive Service. BANANA FRI
It is ordered that the defendant
hrein named. to-wit: W. H. Reddinz.
hb an-1 he is hereby required to appear, SO v H
to thobill of complaint filed in t4-.: S- 1 IN
cais. on or heforN Monday, the 2n1
day of March. 190';.
i is further orderly, that a copy of


on i"i shanid-rt'u assumption that so T. Moore. president of the board thiz order be pbhlihed once a week
gr,.a a ii,"T <-,it. of the corporate Ibu,- of trade, and on behalf of the city of for four (4. consecutivee we-ks in the
oetrs ol th," c()untr, I,. so (corrupt as Miani. presented the request of this Oca!a Bannpr. a nwpaper published

to demand sprial messages to con- section of the county for a dredge, to in said tdaounv of' Jnuar. 19
~This 21st day of January. 19ag.
'A ,rob. popular harangues by the pres- Op)n Out the head of the Miami river. S. T. SISTRNK.
Sident and the entire tim,-. ability and which wa ih+. ol)bjc, of th- visit of Clerk Circuit Court. Marion Co.. Fla. I
ort oit ('-ongres.s in a iolum-n of cor- th dllgation. C. T. SISTRIT'NK. 1-24.
rvctiv.e legi-lation such as the world governor r Broward was formally Ipro- Complainant's Solicitor.
has n-,.r s-n ent.<,i by Senator Hudson. NOTICE
"Th- trims. of i" is in the fact that Th- governor spoke briefly on the In th, Circuit Court of the Fifth Ju-
we wer' j i-It beteinnins to r,,ecover a (lli-"iOl of drainage, explaining what dicial Circuit of the State of Flor-
H little o! our con fidt.*n,,, which had I:1,1 s,*n accomplished, and inviting iPa. in and for Marion County-In
S bn ov.r hrwn 3 wil,d assault. h, "lnlmen present to accompany hanc-r Cov.plainant.v.
from th-. sawI-. so irc.. A few wheels u. ) th dredges whi,.-h were at K. F .1. Schiilmann and R. A. F.
wor-. a. Fo end ocfmn and canl: we. F.
had twgi 'n on th.,ir wa,\ 1baCk into the work at The end of th, canal:- west of ,n as Co-Fartnoers I'nder the
bopF --r. capital wa- timidly ven- FT l.auderdale. Ho, r'-ponel to the P ril Name, of Schilmann & Bene.
turing t, start again, a t, le.s men rqu st for a dredg f r :.ia ii river (-t tal. I)t fendants.
wr an n t- r.t. hunrby sain tha the draa t that T) the dfondants. K. F. .1. Schil-'
f mann and E. A. F. B,,no. as co-part-
&aad odid t-ii for ,-u)loyment.. s,,,n was a part of hi i .-,ral plan. n,.rs tnder the firm name of Sehil-:
Sthat th.% might #arn bread for tstarv- and that as soon as a dredg4e could b)e mainn & Bene. Clarence Lipman. Clar-
ig wive. andi chil.,rin. when down scr, it would lie lIt to work at the ence lipman. trustee. George Atkin-
thpointhck desired by th delegation. son and George M. Hubbard and T. W.
UPOS0 thti- comes th- cr, attack ont distiy hishl ation. Hood. as co-partners under the firm
tpo ihtite grtat forms of business Among the distinguished and inter- name of Hubbard & Hood. and W. M.
hpow s hith all th,. lesser forms de- ested visitors present was John N. C. Ross.
d and in which alone is the he Stockton. candidate for governor, who, You. and each of you, are hereby
of tbe larger emnploynent of the w'hn called upon. made a few very ill- I required to appear to the bill of com-
workin neon and women the en marks plaint delivered against you in this
working n ad women. testing remarks. cause oil Monday. the sixth day of
S"One strange feature of this fulmi- Among tho other speakers were .J. April. A. D. 190S%.
satiop I.- Thr. 'haree that the Stand- W. Watson. F. H. Wharton. mayor of I It is further ordered that this or-
Oil: a. I. Brown and R. Ft. Danin. der 1+) published in the Ocala Banner.
.r Oil Com),pany i. committi the Mweeami kl newspaper published in Ma-
kertckiednes of dtefnding itself against Aftr the speaking rhe party took rion county. Florida. once a week for
ts perso-utornr by vpIublishing some launchs and visited tthe dredges. eight consecutive weeks.
phu facts which have appeard in which are at work cutting canals in- In witness wher-of. I have hereun-
leading journal., and from other inde- ,Tended to drain a portion of the Eve(r- to salt my hand] and affixed h the o2thfficialy
nd-Oaos spal of -aif! colirt this the 2,-4h day
Pi.dent sour," ladies of January. A. D. 190s.
It is, roa.i a "r,.aT wi,'-.,,intss. Here there was much interest man- S. T. SISTRI'NK.
for thI S attia:', 14 t,(,f,-q iits,.f h it if bstd I), th, B for th*. St.andard t.. def,'n'i it hut 121 r^ Hll>ll^i0^^^I l^. TI Foy .Ir. P. C.;
r@ ,- n,, i |.opr.. in ~i. r,.-:.- whoiln had hat tit :PPm )rttunity to) vi- I OCKT & DIVAT.. "J' C
th re .! nil irni;'roJor.-t in t ilt. prta'-:- )T1J~~'A
d* t' as.ailim: thi, corporation t t the steu, of active work.-Mi ni Solicitors for Complainant-.
&ame# and d.ftarmiic c anid ,landering 'N C
It rith. all T?." e','.'IO-I. o il intluin ., CANDLER'S AMBITION NOTICE
of hi'- cr.a' ti,':.,-. ttil. tr i- cahs.- ___ I -h,, I(Circ('i1 (' irt' o(f th,' Fifth .Ju--
still cn-i, -<',",;.'.* ::. u!, h ;.:h ." eo r -. rN r %V I. XVia..- w l ,icia!, C ir(uit of ih.' -Stat of F lor-:
Bw The *'<~ia :*** L l-u i* ,..n a M V i'a. iu a .l Ir Mlari.in Co( nliy- In
Th 1.. .,.t la- '-t 1,...'andl-. to ,.'. N,' v Y rkl. Pack,,r. -a..s C 'hanc rv ,
t fare. "1." :.'m.n-i-'.'n to, h % .-.:hi- 2' a(r,'- ihi, ", n. lanl, it i ,,le am K .1 S hI I niznti and E. A. F.
K a statir ta W ht. lit'I llb tl<-" m:< ~ ; 1. i' '. A (. 'I A I 4i i. n rs n dei the W
m cih io0n To eTl r t'ST ar **t llt'lons Na) FiI a < .f Sc('-il" Iann & Bene.T H
h market &'andller xltt-r-. to l),'1il i'n. 1 ),Ofeii ;i.uT-. .
A riter, r,-f,".T a ;,.r-Toinal r -inf. 1. j' .n a ti .1. i.V At e -
.. vord' te! E. I V. Rt inso)n. (.x-",
b4 ;I No', or; (C)llll s (. .Atkin-. -
n'a tl p.rTl',.-, N,- .i niNk.t 1 :TAX ASSESSOR'S APPOINTMENTS ) "i of oluls Atkmn ,.
liaM e It j a I f 0 41 Ill Il .. an\ WTlVoi. M .n v \t'l.ili-s ii. S. I). k\( ki iison. "i
% flt m i ma-,f ', .),, ,. I. i, a'v p..rson t. l) .\ k:,n.(,n Wndl V. K. A\tlkinson.,
o I tollowi'i" places (n 1 arri-'T C. Ald icl Charles Aldrich.'
| .PraraTp r p 1 .. shapa or in si(ii1 rect:v., tax :1'i Rost, I.. );lvi'< '(,rge It -Davis. Ar-
orn p ri r' : .h ,lart kn w a r' ink I ('r<. ,!,.r. and -lizabt-, Atkin-
E t Fvlla).:.. ,',,i," nT .,' )" ti^ )ook! lni~l~ ) I'.4)": s()n Learyry"
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requir(ed to a)ppeIar to the bill of corn- .......


1-,i I A 1it 'I71 h -a -i'. i __
'W h.n a } i..)) ,,I 'h,. l', iil (',, .rrai. ,Tl---a .1. plaint in th, ai ;)e. styvw d ,,ause on
ll,*, il. il-' ,.,'!n: 1,'rh int'(-,ni (;e, Tiir. T7l -I-l 1 .M (,ondlav. Oh "nd 'i ivy of March. A. D. Adm inistrator's Notice of Final Dil-
1nrlr awl o 'I-`i;nnul-! ...charge.
nd~.r ani ,'- .>--a. l>', 'in- .MSiysh, 1:. It i< f.r.,her orderedd That this order Jcharge Jt tM. Gtraham
uptin 'lr, *,':., '. !;>* f.ll., .i Shady. l',l--a, n l> t!, 1i.-h,.,i in St,. Ocala Banner. a Notice is hereby given that on the
t. ush,,"- I'. o', !r l.-to'r anii |W Sai,.t,:. luh--p we*kly newspapi)-r publi-hed inl Ma- 19th day of August, A. D., 1908, the G A H A M I
ag.. 1,,t r... i < ,'i t- I'" .- i ' T --',I ) S il , i v l lh r i ) n ( 1 t1v. IF"( ) r i ( ia f o r o n c e a w e e k
f i* 1:l i f)r f,,,r cnsec,.;iv,' wetks. undersigned Administrator of the es-
S... h- .. a'. n .iro. Lth--a. Th. In witn1's. W> r. I hav;' h I..r..r.: ,., -- ', !;f .... n .- \\ .' ,. :. "2t" -Q. n. IT m haitdi and afn ix.i l Th, 1 )Official
[ T,.,. , .. : : *.u ,. ii.,.i :, our--a. ,a f id t thi.- h- -ollth day ,ofwill present to the Hon. Joseph Bell, Io i
1. Can'ilr. l a. in" I FV. A. l SITN1 County Judge of Marion county, Flor-
.ini A 'I ( !,.. a l .. T SItTItaI'NN.
'' '*: :** ^ .;- 'i'" 'i.a ',la aha. ;'-8-. ih IN ", :..',,,,.iv,:; (',,'l'. MT ,,i(n (-,... Va ida, my final account as administra- a Dityv e y. Fn
j'if *l \\t'j1--.1... C. m P t or of said estate. 1 V stn
/ff. ; v i \\',,i-.-(l'l '. ?, --,. :*n !(','i .:!{~ ;1_- "V .\i.. e irY S m
... ,. ,i I h l *na, iPi. *17 .- '. ..,ni,,P < ; ,;"- ('.,,ni ait...ni : Stanton, Florida, September 5. 1907 N N I T.
1, j,.. ;,-.,.-. .; :, M,): B f. 1,,-- :n -NOTtCE ~HENRY G. SPOONER, ( N IT
It Jt ', i 1iI- 'b'I'' uss1Il~'.h~i ;~NOTICE
.I .. a i ri l As administrator of the estate of
S" ti,:.: :. ,, :.'a,,r1i,! nd :i ',r Henry T. Spooner, deceased. 9-6-6m
4- O; NE FGHBORHOOD FA: O E .'i ro n,>r. -', Al > I ' l ,iIill. (' F., it, iiii. X., 1. A NOTICE --- rtr. 1 t
l. Tii iii'lon. .1. S a StI t'' i i 'hr1t Fi l n
i kin., a n."ightorh.14 ir f; 1 i r4 p 1 () -. ',:,the .a' S' i c('. i k(4i 'if h l rY. r 't .'ii ro- Co mpltlainpian r v-. T "
I- It dstrh- I to.ra taori,' ir I I i or r, I i hat the, de-fe,nd .antS ) an w ill l)k. hhld a, the l. oi fth, Jslh Bll. (o lainant. vs. Tom
It d .r au'h trvh ito ,-. Fort .M ('ov..-- .'Ii I l o-wit" .1. ta'r Sta rr'l- t Oi)an ly"in o,( .w l. 1ari)n ('4)1in'. I lfr n. ,:t a .V. Defendant .--Order e(
"w he rp it iv ,..- quick -k r ief to ix -- ,,p. ler c p and R ,)sa N a Srirnbco.nt.r. bie l r lt s a .',v I i for onst rl tiv ..S ,rvi '. a
otia. li-#r ce)lain i idney do- i Ptine. _nd-. aeFlorida.onTtsday, rtiary ,fvc
1iatn., malnt. ritiopl nn,rvou-tn,,-"., Anthony. 27th anld tht-y are herby ruird to alp- 1r at 1:',, a m It is ordered that the defendant
kmnets and' trii nera dehilitv. Its A pe(ar to the bill of onlplainfiled in s HINI).- herein named. So-wit: Tom Burden,
*&let'n~s and i(,nral dcbility. Us, Slparr. *"i- i "";, ^i,^Mudv h ., "'"' ~r'r be- anr} h(, is h(,rety requ irpd to ap-,
t e rathrog 2\,h-a ,ni. this cause oon or botlore Monday. the 1-, SeCrA'iry.
Son ti Mod.C as a thorough ira. 2 .hth-p). mn. 2nd day of Mar('ch. 1:4W. Rockwll. Flori la..1n :;! 1:, < Ip'ar to the 1ill of complaint in this
Mer makes it especially useful as a efo Monday, the 2nd
pb m,.di.ine Thi, grand alterna- Orange Springs. 2`9th-p. m It i. further ordlorod that a Col)y of capy," on or
Mrh198this trder he Jwuhhshteionc awII -jda f ach 9'
t t lc is sold Tund-r guaranteed at 1 thi rr published once a wok ay of March. 19.
-ias &)r sl d r n r tr (-O fOl occ(tive weks in th NOTICE It is furth(,r or'rd that a copy of
SCo. drusor. 5c. m OcalaFrom 7th to 31st. Ocala Bannr. a newspaper published thi order be published once a week
NICE SHOWING O SUGAR CANE The law requires all tax returns to in said county and state. Th,, annual nweetin i of tht stock- for four consecutive wpks in the
NICE SHOWING OF SUGAR CANE I is of Api Thii tla of~ro Jauay 011R.!^lr^^i0l ^Banr anesae
--b I made by 1st of Aprilai T:s 1. lay of January. an holders of the Standard & llernan(lo O Oala W ekly Banmwr. a newspaper
,m.:tm, tr wil please cut oult and '. S. T. SISTRI"NK. Railroad Companv. will be held at thf' published in, saidl county. andstate.


W. D. Graham

BROTHERS

abstract Company.

trance
n)s cn( Forrr) Londs for Sole
ients
OC.ALA, .'L")RI[)A



NOTICE
The ainnua i,,,:i[ of ttrh. stock-
oldl'rs of tl:. I)i)nn.lli n |'h).os)hatt
otnpany will bie ht'ld at th, office of
he o(mpany in Ro county. Florihda. on Tu-eslay. Febru-
rv l'i. \ '.'S. at 12 )',Iloc(k n(M)n.
RAPHI. BARKER.
1-'.,. Si.(cr.tary.
Rockwell. Floridla. Jan. "1. 19 lr.


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