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THE NEWSPAPER WHAT IS IT BUT A MAP OF BUSY LIFE ITS FLUCTUATIONS AND VAST CONCERNSCOWPER
iVOL40 NO 46 r OCALA FLORIDA FRIDAY APRIL 13 1906 ONE DOLLAR YEAJRJ
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POST OFFICE DRUG SID E
lARA ELIZABETH HARRIS
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HAPPENINGS ABOUT TOWN
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Mr Jack Harrison of York was a
I visitor to the city Monday and Tues
day
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Mr Charlie Marshall came up from
Crystal River Tuesday where he Is
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I T Mrs W D Graham rff Ashevllle N
C went out to Connor Tuesday to
Cspend
Spend this week with her vhusbands
parents Mr and Mrs L M Graham
Mr John W Pearson president of
the Pearson Oil S Gas Company is at
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Homo after an absence of several
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week which he spent on business in
Chicago and with his daughter Mrs
G D Wright at St Jo Mo
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Mr A J McLaughlin of Fairfield
thq popular manager of the Wade
McNalr interests at that place was
among our visitors on Tuesday
x Mr fcnd Mrs Henry Grantham of
Holder are spending a few days in
f Ocala with Mrs Granthams sister
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1 i Mrs D A Miller
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Arnold returned homo Tuesday afternoon
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> noon from a few days visit to Mrs
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+ < Marks parents Mr and Mrs Ellis in
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Mr Carl Schneider of Dunnellon
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i has been sPedning a few days in Ocala
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rir with her husbands Parents Mr and
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Mr J JT Williams of Homosassa
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Y s president of the Williams Fish Co
2 Vas transacting business in Ocala
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Col Adam L Elchelberger and lit
< tle daughter Luther are enjoying a
j 1l visit to Tampa St Petersburg and
other points in south Florida
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li Mrs Clifford L Anderson and little
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I I on came up from Crystal River Tues
a day to spend a short whIle with Mrs
r Andersons parents Maj and Mrs L
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Miss Georgia Borger entertained
several of the visiting pedagogues at
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i dinner Tuesday night at the residence
v1 Of Air and Mrs G M Martin where
i r + he wakes her home The dinner par
< ty was a most pleasant affair
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J firr and Mrs Sa ton who have been
1i spending the winter and spring at
r their charming retreat on Lake Weir
pawed through Ocala Tuesday enroute
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Sfcxtons first visit to Florida and she
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wS WIS ao entirely pleased that she wIll
l i nit ake Jt a point to come earlier next
season and every season hereafter
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1 There are some boys going to ruin
11IIstfor the want of a little attention
fA simple act of kindness is some
tlMN the turning point In a boys ca
Some men are too selfish to
ti think that when they take care of the
< Moral And Intellectual training of
ifc F tftetrown children their obligation to
r society Is fulfilled Judge G H Laney
3r and Mrs S G McDougall and
MUw Addle Hansbrough have gone to
J kl twU1e to spend ten r days with
k 7iIs Hans roughs sister Mrs E H
ot ttefore returning to their home
fi UZaabeth town Ky 3Trt and Mrs
M lCall and Miss Hansbrough have
t the winter with relatives at
wrt Tampa and Ocala while in
clt being the guests of Mr anQ
i dials Hockey They are Very
L c Jt 91n and are always cor
weicom to Ocala 1 4
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Mr Albert A Graham went out to
Fellowship Saturday to spend a few
days with his uncle after which he
will return to Ocala and will make this
his home
On account of first spring auto
mobile meet at Atlantic Beach Fla
the Seaboard will sell tickets at one
fare plus 25c for the round trip Apr
8 9 and 10 limited returning to April
15th
Little Miss Roberta Chambers the
youngest daughter of Mr and Mrs W
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J Chambers gave a party toa large
number of her young friends Saturday
afternoon and the little folks all had
a big time
Mr Robert Baskin of Anthony was
In town Friday and says that al
though the late frost did considerable
damage In that vicinity the farmers
hope to make up in prices what they
have lost In the quantity of their
truck
Miss Mary Louise Woodward who
has been teaching the children of Mr
Walter Ray at Martel for the past six
months passed through Ocala Fri
day on her way to her home at Wil
son N C
Ir F E Haskell of Welrsdale
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spent Friday in Ocala He came up
from the lake with his brotherinlaw
Dr Young J Allen of China who was
here for a brief visit with the family
of Mr Frank Harris
Mr J W Stevens of Fort McCoy
was In the city Saturday evening and
called at the Banner office He was
on his way home from a visit to his
son Mr Elbert E Stevens a m >
chant at Crystal River
Mr and Mrs Arthur Olin gave a
pleasant party to their friends at their
home at Kendrick Friday evening and
quite a number of the young people oJ
Ocala attended They all report hav
ing had a very fine time and await
with impatience another Invitation to
visit our neighboring town and its
good people
Mr GW Margeaux a veteran of
the Union army and a member of
the grand army of the republic has
spent the winter and spring in Ocala
and may make It his home He has
the agency of the very popular book
entitled Sermons by the Devil Five
thousands of these books were sold
before they left the press See comrade
Margeaux and procure a copy
Mr and Mrs Earl Henderson
Swain of Muncie Ind who were
married in that city on April the 3rd
passed through Ocala on Friday after
noon They were on their way to Sar
asota where they will spend several
weeks with relatives On their way
home they will spend a few days in
Ocala and at Anthony
The friends of the genial CoL Her
bert L Anderson will be glad to know
that he has about succeeded in corner
ing the timber lands in South Ameri
ca where he has been for some time
past and the prospects In that coun
try are so alluring that he will not
return home until the first of June
Pine trees in Florida are becoming
objects for real consideration The di
rect reason for saying this is that Mr
James Sanders was In from Early Bird
Saturday and said that > the saw mill
near that place recently sold three
sticks of timber for which it secured
the price of 150 apiece These tim
bers measured fifty feet in length and
squared eighteen Inches They are
used for dredge boat studs and the
reason they command such a high
price is because itxis difficult to obtain
timbers of this length and size
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Mr Cox Purchases Another Drug Store
Dr E H Cox of East Pint will
open a drug store In College Park
about the 15th of this month He has
leased the store of Dr Curtis and will
at once begin to get In a nice stock of
drugs which will be put tinder the
management of Dr Shannon who has
recently graduated In pharmacy
This Item is of much interest to
everybody in College Park as a drug
store has been badly needed here for
some time and the reputation Dr Cox
has established in East Point will be
a sufficient guarantee for its success
Dr Cox will spend his time between
this and his East Point business A
wellappointed soda fountain will also
be placed In the store East Point
Ga Enterprise
The Ocala friends of Mr Cox will
be very pleased to know that he Is
doing so admirably and hope that he
will have the same success with his
College Park pharmacy that he has
had with his drug store at East
Point
Funderal of Mrs McGrath
The funeral services over the re
mains of the late Mrs Candis P Mc
Grath took place at one oclock Fri
day at the old cemetery The re
mains were brought to Ocala on the
Seaboard train from Tampa accom
panied by Miss Gertie Pereda Mrs J
M Terrell and Mrs B B Barco sis
ter and niece of the deceased
The funeral arrangements were in
charge of Mr D E IMcIver and the
following gentlemen acted as pall
bearers viz Messrs E T Williams
B A Weathers John Dozier C L
Sistrunk R B Campbell and Frank
Harris
Rev G H Harrison rector of Grace
Episcopal church read the beautiful
burial services of that church
A large number of the friend of
Mrs McGrath attended the funeral
and many beautiful flowers were plac
ed on the grave by sorrowing friends
of the deceased
To the bereaved relatives we extend
our sincere sympathies in the sorrow
that has come 4 > them vv t
Silver Anniversary
The Womans Foreign Missionary
society of the Florida conference
Methodist Episcopal church South
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wil celebrate their silver anniver
sary at Palatka April 19th to 22nd
Among those who will tape part in
the interesting exercises at that time
are Mrs S S Harris of Citra Miss
Ellie Tydings of Anthony missionery
to Mexico Mrs Alice Cobb of Geor
gia associate secretary to the Wo
mans Foreign Missionary board Miss
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Jessie Blake of Tallahassee and a
number of other prominent mission
ary workers
It is expected that there will be a
large attendance at this anniversary
meeting and that the services will be
very interesting and delightful
A Painful Cut
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Friday while at work In the Ocala
Bottling Works Mr Burns Leavengood
had the misfortune to have the frag
ments of a broken bottle strike him In
the neck and cut a long gash just
under the left ear
The wound bled profusely and Is
quite painful but not serious Dr
Powers was called and took several
stitches in the wound and Burns Is
doing all right now though the ac
cident will lay him up for several
days
The cause of the accident was the
explosion of a defective bottle which
had just been filled with soda water
Accidentally Killed While Hunting
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From Saturdays Daily
Thursday morning William Brooks
was found dead in the woods near the
home of his brother at Cotton Plant
It seems that on Wednesday Mr
Brooks had gone out hunting and evi
dentally while he was removing the
dirt from the muzzle of his gun It was
in some way discharged the entire
load entering his head causing instant
death
Mr Brooks was about 19 years of
age and was an excellent young man
and his tragic death is greatly de
plored He was a son of the lateWi
ley Brooks of Cotton Plant and was
also a nephew of tIrsE M Howard °
and a cousin of Mrs W W Clyatt and
Mr James Brooks of this city
Ocala is rapidly coming to the front
as a cigar manufacturing point Mr
Charles Pey ser proprietor of the El
Troplco cigar factory among many
other very flattering letters has re
ceived one from the governor of South
Carolina asking about his famous Milo
Deyo cigar
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Mrs Mclver Entertains for Miss Hans
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Mrs Donald Evander McIver gave
a very lovely party Friday afternoon
in honor of Miss Addle Hansbrough of
Elizabethtown Kentucky one of the
most attractive Visitors to Ocala this
season4Mlss Hansbrough left Satur
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day for her home and this pretty par
ty was a farewell compliment to her
Mrs Mclvers guests included the
young ladies who have becomes brides
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since she herself came to Ocala three
years ago Miss Hansbrough being the
only unmarried lady present
Mrs McIver and Miss Hansbrough
were both charming In white and wel
comed the guests in the cordial and
pleasant manner for which they are
both noted
Mrs Hocker served the punch and
was as she always is very gracious
This event was a heart party and
the decorations souvenirs and ap
pointments were very suggestively
carried prft
A small red heart shaped box or
namented with cupids was given to
each guest These contained a num
ber of letters from which a quotation
was to be evolved This was entitled
A Pied Quotation and was as fol
lows Two souls with but a single
thought tfwo hearts that beat as one
and for deciphering it the quickest
Mrs Powers was given the prize two
red satin hearts filled with bon bons
After this contest Mrs McKean and
Mrs Lapman sang very sweetly sev
eral solos
In the dining room the guests were
seated atbeautifully decorated tables
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Suspended from the chandelier were N
many real ribblns and hearts The
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place cards were heartshaped cards
painted in forgetmenots aiul the red
ribbons attached to each one wa >
caught up to the chandelier with a
little silver slipper filled with rice
which was afterward showered on
Miss Hansbrough
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The color motif of red and white and
the heart idea was also seen in the
menu served Mrs Sistrunk sat at
the table and poured each guest cup
of tea which was passed to them just
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before they left the dining room
A consolation prize a little heart
pin was cut for by all the guests and
won by Mrs Helvenston A special
guest prize a souvenir dish of Octtla
was presented to Miss Hansbrough
Mrs 4McIver always gives delight
ful parties and the one given by her
on Friday was a beautiful one Her
guests were the following Miss Hans
brough Mr4 William Hooker Mrs E
Van Hood Mrs W H Powers Mrs
G R McKean Mrs C V Miller Mrs
Howard Clark Mrs E T Helvenston
Mrs Harry Lapham Mrs E C Welsh
Mrs W W Condon Mrs C C Car
roll and Mrs < S T Sistrunk
Mr C L Bittmger
Among the names in our advertising
columns announced for the legislature
from this county is that of C L Bit =
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linger
Mr Bittinger is a native of Penn
sylvania and belongs to the race of
Germans who have made that state
one of the most prosperous in our
American union
At the outbreak of the civil war Mr
Bittinger was a young man and in
spired by a love of country was
among the first to obey the call of
the national government for troops
He fought with conspicuQus bravery
and though enlisting as a private he
was soon promoted to command a
company
As soon as the war was ended he
converted his sword into a pruning
hook and came to Florida in the early
SOs to grow up with the country He
located at Summerfield where he
taught school and ran a farm
He attracted the attention of the
editor of this paper by the letters he
wrote over the signature of The
Yankee Dutchman and Mr Bittinger
accepted a position on the Banner
which he held for about twelve years
Ris work during that time and
since that time is so well known to
our readers that it is hardly neces
sary to refer to it
Mr Bittinger is active in educa
tional temperance and other move
ments that have for their object the
public good is felicitous and happy in
his expression and has achieved a
reputation both as a writer and as an
orator arid at present holds Jhe po
sition of president of the state press
association
Mrs W D Graham formerly of
Ocala but now residing in Asheville I
N C after a pleasant visit to her
brotherinlaw D L Graham in this
city left for Ocala yesterday where
she will be the guest of friends
Gainesville Sun
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To Every Customer Based on Business and
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MUNROE CHAMBLISS
BANKERS
Ocala Fla Jan 271906
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The Value of Immigrants
We printed a little Rem in our
Thursdays issue stating that 11000
immigrants had arrived in New York
the Thursday before and asked how
many of these immigrants would turn
their faces southward What are im
migrants worth to a country like ours
What for instance are George McKay
Dave Woodrow and that class of men
worth to a country like ours The
worth of these two men perliaps may
be measured in dollars and cents but
the figures would have to be placed
high but in other things and better
things their worth can not be estimat
ed They have married here are rear
ing families and their offsprings will
forever bless our land
Our people should make heroic ef
forts to secure some of these immi
grants that land every week on our
shores We cannot get too many of
them especially of the George McKay
and Dave Woodrow stripe
Street Improvement
Dr S H Blitch manager of the
Commercial Bank has addressed the
fallowing letter to Mr E 1C Nelson
chairman of the street committee
Dear SIrOur little talk during
the past week pertaining to the un
sightly and rocky condition of the
streets around and about the square
has prompted this method of induc
ing an effort by you as chairman of
the street committee to urge your or
ganization and the public to begin an
agitation of means and methods such
as will result in placing the sere ts in
question in a condition In keeping with
Ocalas rapid advancement
The square is situated on an emi
nence thereby affording natural drain
age in all directions
We have the means if not in the
city treasury at least among our pub
lic spirited citizens for the improve
ment necessary
If it is argued that the expenditure
for this work is greater than is jus
tified from the point of view that the
material used may not be lasting nor
satisfactory then begin a series of ex
periments and determine as early as
practicable the most available and
least expensive means and materials
required for this much needed work
A Pleasant Moonlight Picnic
A jolly party of young folks enjoyed
a delightful picnic at Silver Springs
Friday night Those In the crowd
were Dr and Mrs W H Powers Mr
and Mrs Howard Clark Misses Mary
Anderson Valeta Potter Addle Hans
brough Sara Harris and Messsr N J
Roess 0 B Howse L W Duval and
Harvey Clark They drove out to the
springs In a bus The night was a
perfect one and the ride down and
back was Indeed a delightful one
A short ride down the run in the
Undine a splendid picnic lunch
constituted some of the evenings
pleasures and altogether the evening
was a very pleasant one
Mr George W Wilson editorin
chief of the Times Union has been
quite ill for the past week suffering
from functional nervous disorders oc
casioned by over mental and physical
strain For ten years Mr Wilson has
given to the TimesUnion and subsi
diary duties unremitting attention and
tolL Those not familiar with the res
ponsibilities and perplexities of being
at the head of a daily newspaper can
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not appreciate the strain and the
sense obligation tb the public In tjie
discharge of conscientious duty It
will be a month or six weeks before
Mr Wilson will be allowed to take up
his newspaper duties and perhaps
longer rest and diversion may be nec
essary to restore him to his normal
condition Saturdays TimesUnion
Mr W P Goodyear and family who
some months ago moved from Ocalar
to Dunnellon t1 reside have returned
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and will again make their home here
They are living about a mile west of
town
A bill has been introduced in con
gress for the relief of Colonel A L
Eichelberger of this city arid his
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friends are all anxious for the bill to
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We Have Now in Stock
the Most Complete Line of
RINGS that Can Be Found 0
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A Young Ocalaian Makes Invention
The latest model fora patent filed at °
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the patent office Is a perfect adjusta
ble electric switch box invented by kj
E Yonge jr superintendent of con
sjtructlon for tie Florida Construction
Company of Jnksonville
For along Urie Mr Yonge has been
working on a scheme to equip switch
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JOXfes so that when placed In bun +
Inks before the lathing and plaster Is
placed on they can be adjusted so as
not to be deeper in the wall than the
plastering
He has completed his work by mak
w
ing an additional box which fits In i
the outside box and fastens together
with a long screw The box Is placed
In the building and If the lathing arid
plaster extends beyond the outer edge
of the box all that 1st necessary is to
turn the screw and he box will borne
out to a level with the wall assuring
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a much neater job
This Invention of Mr Yonges will
save electricians much extra work and
when the patent Is granted Mr
Yonge will place his new switch ox
on the market and from present Indi
cations it will be adapted by electrI
cians all over the state
I Mr Yonge is a young electricians of
great ability He Is now working ° on
another invention and intends apply
ing for a patent at an early date
Jacksonville TimesUnion
Mr Yonge is an Ocala boy and his
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friends here are delighted to learn of
the success he Is achieving as an elec r
trician
For County Commissioner
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Mr Charles W Turner announces x
his candidacy for reelection to men
bership on the board of county com
missioners from the fifth commis
sioners district
Mr Turner r has served two years c
and his stewardship has been entirely
satisfactory and especially so to the r Y
voters of his own district
Mr Turner is 39 years of age and
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Is a native and to the manner born
as was his father before him He Is a
successful farmer careful and pains
taking and withal is most genial and
companionable He is indeed so pop
ular in his district that he is not like
ly to have opposition
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ment cards were received in Ocala by
the friends of the young groom whose
home was formerly at Anthony in ft
this county
MrEarie Henderson Swain
Miss Mary Jane Wierman 1f J r kIn
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Tuesday April 3rd
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nineteen hundreds dstx
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Senator Baskln qfq Dunnellon and
Judge F j Titcornb of Rockwell
were among our prominent visitors
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