The Ocala banner
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Title: The Ocala banner
Uniform Title: Ocala banner (Ocala, Fla. 1883)
Alternate Title: Ocala daily banner
Daily banner
Physical Description: Newspaper
Language: English
Publisher: The Banner Pub. Co.
Place of Publication: Ocala Marion County Fla
Creation Date: February 16, 1906
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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Death of Mrs. G. W. Bramhall i Mrs. Burford Entertains in ...
i I and Mrs. Walter Bramhall. Honor of Mrs. Collier. MONEY TO LOAN .
We have received cards announcing Mrs. Robert Allan Bar'/ rd was the MH MMM M MMMMMMH MHMWMMMMWMHMKM- *

I II I lovely hostess at a domino party Friday -
the death of Mrs. Charlotte Morrell To Every Customer Based on Business and '
I i afternoon given in honor of Mrs. ,
Bramhall widow of the late GeorgeW. .
i William Alexander Collier, ,of Tuscaloosa -
iI Responsibility.
Bramhall and Mrs. Genevieve Alabama at which she enter-
I, Bramhall, wife of Mr. George Walter tained a large number of her friendsat

her handsome home on Fort King MUNROE &
Bramhall both of whose deaths occurred CHAMBLISS
avenue. Three elegant and spacious
at Oakland, California, on Jan- :
.rooms were used for the entertain- BANKERS.
the twentieth nineteen hundred
uary ment of the guests and the entire
Ocala Fla. 27 1906.
\ and six. ,
home was beautifully decorated with .
I Mr. W. Bramhall husbandof -
George ,
evergreens and cut flowers.
the former to Ocala immedi-
Mrs. Burford wore a pretty white
ately after the civil war and opened a Miss Walters Entertains t
I organdie dress and Mrs. Collier was Margaret-
large mercantile establishment here, r
gowned In black net over blue taffeta, Chafing Dish Club.
I rII forming a co-partnership with the late and hostess and guest of honor. pre- -d- I

1. #_ .w::' General Robert Bullock and Mr. Ray- ,sented a pleasing contrast to each From Friday's Daily.. I RlNQS

II i\ I # .# .lTT. ','" mond Bramhall Bullock, of this city: other. Last night, Miss Margaret Walters f'

was named for him showing the intimacy -
The scores were kept on beautiful entertained the young ladies, who belong \
that existed between Mr.
cards each one being ornamented with to the evening chafing dish club, ,
Bramhall and General Bullock.Mr. \ I
domino and bearing a Shakesperian at a very delightful party. Besides ;
We Have Now in Stock
Bramhall was injured in a ; ".
quotation, such as, you are welcometo the young ladies, she invited an equal

wreck at New Smyrna, Florida, and our house, it must appear in other number of young men over and the the Most Complete Line of
died and buried at
was Tybee near '
ways than words. fAt evening" was one of great pleasure.

Savannah. Mrs. Bramhall returned to the conclusion of six intensely There were six tables,, at. each of RINGS that Can Be Found

AT Ocala soon after her husband's death interesting games the first prize a which a different game was played.At ,

and spent some time here winding up cut glass bon bon dish, was awardedto the head tabled hist dominoes was Anywhere.
her husband's estate and '
POSTOFFICEDRUG .3 pleasantly the attractive honor guest. The played; at the second table much fun
remembered older citizens. Call and See Them.
by our consolation prize, a beautiful bouquet, [vas provoked by a needle threading -

The editor of this paper spent sev- was won by Mrs.' Aleck Boarman, of contest and at the third the guests

eral very pleasant years with the I Louisiana, who with her husband tried their skill at jack straws; whist I

STORE. Bramhall family in New York City Judge Boarman, has been in Ocala the was played at the fourth table; at the JI:1
and formed attachmentfor 1F
a very strong past week. Mrs. Boarman is quite an fifth, a fish pond was the diversion

them. Mr. Walter Bramhall rep- attractive woman and has won tot and at the foot table parches was
resented the New York: house, which
herself a_ number of friends here. the game played. These games prov-

I he entered as a messenger boy for After the games Mrs. Burford as- ed to be lots of 'fun and the guestsall

many years at Yokahoma Japan be- sisted four attractive
by young girls spent a very merry evening. On
--- -- -- -- ing the head of it there. He rpt ired Miss Mary Burford Marguerite Por- all of the tables were delicious home
Georgia business
from some years ago and returned ter, Alta Pearson and Leta Camp and made candies and punch was also

Local Editor: who recently purchased the Ocklawaha to America and went to Oak- dainty little Agnes Burford, served served during the games and laterin Fred G. B Weihe

Lumber Company, is spending a land, California, to reside and in that salad, wafers, olives, nuts, coffee, the evening other dainties were ,

HAPPENINGS ABOUT TOWN.. few days in Ocala and at the Springs. city occurred the death of his mother brick cream, in pink and white, and passed. I The Jeweler,
and his wife.Daughters .
cakes iced to represent domnoes a Miss Walters was assisted by her

The famous B Brown Blue of the Confederacy Entertained 1 I I very pretty conceit indeed. sister, Miss Florence Walters, Mrs. R. L .I

Mrs. Dean, of Plant City is the Ribbon Shoes for boys and girls s>t&e by Mrs. Howard. Mrs. Burford had as her guests R. Carroll and Miss Sara Harris and

west of' Mrs. J_ W. Crosby. Fair Store. x I I sixty-five ladies, mostly of the mar- her other guests were Misses; Florrie Judge Jones Legalizes Sale of Home '
ried set and few of the unmarried
a Condon Beatrice Sinclair. Louise made Wines.
llr Clifton Camp ,returned to Sar-' Miss :Mary
a.lta Tuesday afternoon. c., after a short visit In Ocala with most delightful of the afternoon par- Grace Hatchell, Leafy Sylvester, Caro At the session of the CriTiinal Courtof
Confederacy, was held Friday after-
Mrs. Edd. Carmichael has gone to ties and was a beautiful complimentto Liddon, Eloise Miller Mattie and
Record in
Marie Lin-
noon, Mrs. E. M. Howard being the
"llrs. Sue Feaster of isTisltlng'her Tampa to visit before returning home. a former Ocala girl. Carrie Williams, Messrs. John Sullivan -
pleasing hostess. These meetings of deman. of Daytona, was arraigned on
sister Mrs. T.1.:: Moore. --- Howard and Harry Walters, Har-
the Daughters are always very enjoy In the United States Court. the charge of violating the local option -
:Mr. J. Maliver left Tuesday for New ry Palmer Osco and Guy Zewadski,
-- -
able and the one with Mrs. Howardwas r
Buy your Fertilizer, or Fertilizer York City to spend a couple of weeks Don Ford, Emmett Robinson, John law by selling domestic or home-
particularly so. There were
Materials of Lang Swartz & Co., purchasing goods for the Guarantee Thursday, John Cabarris was tried Pelot, Robert Mathews, Alfred Beck, made wines. At a former session of -
agents for the Sanders Fertilizer Co., Clothing Company. twenty-four of the members presentand for selling liquor without a license George Blitch and James Ta>lor. the court, Judge Stewart ruled that
Jacksonville, Fla. < the sspeclal business of the afternoon -
and found He de-
"-" was guilty. was the selling of home-made wines in a

:Mrs Frank Brown. of Silver Springs, Mr. J. N. Thompson the Coast was the annual election of fenaea by Hon. P. B. Bullock. Looking Again Towards Orange prohibition county was prohibited by

ail her daughter were visiting in Line depot has returned home from officers, which resulted as follows: W. D. Williams postmaster at Royal Groves. the state law. Mrs. Lindeman enter-
President-Mrs. Fannie R. Gary
Ocala Tuesday. f Live- Oak, where he went to attend was' tried for embezzlement and ed a plea of guilty to the selling of domestic -

the funeral of his father, who died a First Vice President-Mrs. R. G. was found guilty. Williams was defended The mild winter has turned the attention wines gave bond, and, throughher

Col. J, M. Des Rochers and his son, few days ago. Blake. by Major L. T.Izlar. of a great many of our people attorneys, Landis & Fish, appealed
Second Vice President :Mrs". Ed-
Mr. Ed Des Roches, of Jacksonville Oliva Edmond tried for altering a again to the orange trees as a sourceof the case to Judge Jones.As .

are In Ocala for a few days. The 0. K. Grocery in its new store ward Badger. P. O. money order and acquitted.Wm. revenue and beauty.It this was simply a matter of interpretation -

next to Mclver & MacKay, is better I Recording Secretary-:\ rs. E. L. Finley gaev bond in $100 to will be remembered that before of construction of the

Mr, and Mrs. Sewell, prominent residents than ever, : Carney. answer charge of perjury. the great freeze Marion county stood I law, the case was taken before Judge

( of Lynne, were shopping in -- Corresponding Secretary Mrs. J.H. Henry White tried for breaking into !t the top of all the counties in flor- Jones In chambers, who held that the

Qeal Tuesday. Mr. B. F. Dutton and party from Livingston, Sr. postoffice at Clyatt and found not ida in her production of oranges. selling of domestic wines, In quantities -

_.-- Pinehurst, N. C., who have been Treasurer-Mis. E. M. Howard. guilty. Indeed, Marion led off in this great I of not less than one quart was

The famous Buster Brown Blue several weeks at Mr., Dut- HitorianIrs. Frank Harris. in these cases'was W. ,'
spending Jury industry and for a long while almost t not a violation of the law. '.
Ribbon Shoes for boys and girls at ton's handsome place at Homosassa. At this meeting a new office, that D. Matchett R. H. Beville, J. A. Lee, made a monopoly of the orange busi This is a victory for the small i IJ man" .

tko Fair Store, x pased through Ocala yesterday en of. Chapter registrar was created and J. T. Williams, A. H.. Priest R. A. ness. ufacturers, of orange and grape wine .

r route home. Mrs. E. P. Moody was elected to fill Hall H. R. FeweH; Wm. Arnold, W. But in recent years our orange j in the state, as the ruling of the Vo-' -,

Messrs. B. K. Thrower, jr., and Mc- said office. }I. Shockley, W. D. Lovett Alex. groves have been neglected and the I! lusia county court wodld have kified' ,

Klmon Dixon. of Gaint-syUic. two, )Ir. C. H. Smith, representing theJ. The drawing for the beautiful Howe and J. T. HalL attention of our people has been turn- their industry. -

young travelling men. are In the' city., : D. Morrison Publishing Company, drawn work table cloth was postponed Civh Docket-Chas. H. Scott vs ed to the phosphate and turpentine Most* of the wine manufactured, in .

of Philadelphia, Pa., is in Ocala and until the March meeting. Robt J. Knight assumpcit Dismisses and cattle industries. \ Volusia county is noa-tnto&ieftting. A

Dr. T. K. Slaughter, of the Slaughter will perhaps spend a fortnignt in our After the adjournment of the bus- by Plaintiff. g But, as we said in the outset, the healthy man could tiring a barrel evf .
Hotel at Belleview doing He is particularly delighted with iness session, a half hour or more I
was. city. The case of Mrs. Carrie K. Benton orange groves are now being rehabili- it'and then walk a slack wire.-De
business in Ocala Tuesday Ocala and says it is the prettiest lit- was spent in a very pleasant social against the .1. C. L. railway companywas tated. Land Weekly News. :; '

I tle city he has seen since leaving the manner, Mrs. Howard assisted by' her 'be JAn -
compromised by attorneys we Mr. 'Frank D. Pooser, one of, the <
Mr. C. L. Bittlnger has returned "City of Brotherly Love." sister, Miss Mary Howard of Champagne understand for 6000. pioneers In the orange industry. has ,. Elegant Luncheon", .
home from brief vilst to French Lick Ill. serving delightful refresh-
a ,
The case aainst Wesley Stokes was been engaged to resuscitate the six- ---:-- ""
Springs Indiana. Robert Allen Burford jr., of this ments during the interim. feck the Ocafis "
continued.The teen acre grove of Mrs. Brenton, located Monday at one o at ,
city, has been appointed Junior Lieut- Next month Mrs. Hatchell will en- case against William Ford will in th esouthern part of the city House Mrs. Fred H. Perkins was too-

Mr. and Mrs. Fred W Kunzie have enant at the Annapolis Military Academy tertain the Daughters at the home of be tried today. and be is now busily -engaged in. hostess at a very elegant Iuneheon

returned from a trip to Cuba. and to ,, This will be very gratifyingnews her /aster, Mrs. C. A. Liddon on Ock- True bills were found against Carl pruning, trimming and fertilizing the given In compliment to Mrs. E. B.

Mrs. Kunzie's parents at )Fort Myers. indeed to the many friends of lawaha avenue. and Maxey Mason, two ,small boys trees ,and expects that fully five hun- Aldrich. of Providence, Rhode Island .

this young gentleman. who live across the river. These boys dred of the trees will bear the coming who is the guest of her sister, :Mrs. G.

The reading club held a very pleas- An Aged Lady Celebrates Her Birth broke into a store, where the post office season. I K. Robinson. The table was beautifully -

at meeting Tuesday afternoon with Mr. Charles W. Sebold, of Hagers- day. was kept and among other things At one time this was, one of the decorated with white roses and

Miss Minnie Gamsby the club's president town, :Md., of the Hagerstown Spoke obtained some money belonging to the prettiest groves in this vicinity andMr. I asparagus ferns and covers were laid

& Bending Company, after spending a Mrs. Charlotte Leitner celebrated I government. In this case Judge Boar- Pooser thinks it will again become; for eight. These seated at the table

few days in Ocala the guest of Mr. her eighty-sixth birthday last Satur- man again showed his great leniency. noted for its beauty. were' Mrs. Fred H. Perkins, Mrs.',

The famous Buster Brown Blue and Mrs. W; J. Lohrig, has returned day. She is still hale, hearty and vig- Calling the boys up to the bench. This leads us to remark that 'Mar E. B. Aldrich Mrs. Fred IL Perkins

Ribbon Shoes for boys and girls attic home. orous. She is the mother of ten chil- where he sat he placed his hands on, ion county; 'is 'largely indebted to Mr. Jr., Mrs. C. H Perkins, :Mrs.: Henry _

Fair Store. x dren, slx'of whom are living. She has their heads and gave them a very Pooser for his advanced ideas along Perkins Mrs. Yue'J Mrs. G. K. Rob

Quite a number of young people enjoyed -, one hundred and thirty nine grand and touching and fatherly lecture. He agricultural and horticultural lines. inson and Miss Ethel Robinson -

Mrs S. T, Sistrunk is able to be a very pleasant oyster roast last* great grandchildren and one great told them that he wanted them to tell He was the first one to introduce the An eight course luncheon was ate-:-.

up after a very severe illness of several night at the home of Mr. and Mrs. I great grandchild. him the truth about the matter. 'Now,* harvester and reaper the disc plough gantly served In a private dining room

days. This will be gratifying newst. Walters on South Third street. Mr. Mr. Burford Leitner, of Griner Farm, said the Jude "If I should sentence and other improved farming: imple- and it was a very beautiful event. '

her many friends. Louis Lang supplied the oysters and well known to our readers is Mrs. you to the penitentiary for this offense ments into this county and is still

was on hand to help the young folks Leitner's youngest child, and under ,the stain that it would place enthusiastic in making improvements A Sylvan Echo. >
Mr, and Mrs. R. E. Park and Miss
B ta have a big time. his kindly roof she is spending her, upon you would fol1ov'you throughlife beneficial to the farmers.It .
Park of Atlanta gave a brief 1
declining years. and would bring untold sorrow is a real pleasure to hear this The above is the name of a beauw
Jislt In Ocala, left for Tampa yesterday John-G. Reardon has abandoned celebration of her grenade : j
The anniversarylast and misery upon your parents. Now, enthuiast talk of the possibilities of tiful written for the nia ,
afternoon. his law practice at Live Oak and Saturday was a most pleasant occasion I want you to promise me In the presence the Marion county farmer. He thinks lin and guitar by Mr. R. R. H gwl ot i

Mr. '-- has gone to Savannah. Georgia, to and was an event In the his- of all these people, that you will that great things are in store far him. Washington, GeorgiaThe eompocer
Ken Lake- ,
'th McPherson of
l"a visit his family. Mr. .Reardon says he tory of Griner Faua. never again repeat this offense or anything -'- has dedicated the Sylvan Echo toMta. :

whose wedding to Miss Susie is going to spend his time fishing'a d like Jt, and that you will striveto Mrs: C. H. Perkins :Mr. and :Mrs. Gabriel Toombs Palmer, of Washington _

Seymour will take place at noon to- hopes to improve his health thereby. Valentine Parties Today.' be good boys." When the boys Fred IL Perkins, Mr. and Mrs. Fred who was formerly Hiss Lilian B.

,t 3ly, came up yesterday' morning.vMlaa His Ocala friends hope that he will promised him that they would never H. Perkins, jr., and Mr and Mrs. Henry Allred. of this city, and this is a beautiful -

Annie home be greatly benefitted by the change. Miss Sara Harris will give a small do so again, he told them they mightgo. Perkins and Mrs. YueU of Providence -' compliment to a beautiful yoti '
Davis returned
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'uesday from card. party this evening for her guest, delivering this leclure, the Rhode Island, who have been woman .
afternoon Gainesville, Marion Lewis, the dashing young Miss' :Minnie G. Burroughs, of Jacksonville ;
of the winter in "
:were judge's eyes filled with tears, as did spending portion ,
: $:: she spent several days with leading lady of the Si Plunkard com- and her sister, Mrs. W. H. many of those in the audience. Ocala at the Ocala House, left Tuesday I i The Florida Index. Lake City P'I'ai:..., i

' ;; 'r. Sophie Howard., pany, is a clever artist and an excel: Powers. Twenty young ladies of --: afternoon for DeLand to spend I" "Miss Burke, as shown by tier" ell;*: t

i.;' 'j; lent vocalist She has the past four the unmarried set will be her guests Mr. Dozier Goes' to Tampa.Mr. a-week hunting. From there they will vatlon of voice, expression and g 8-- ,

",_,i It E. Yonge and two children seasons, sucessfully played the role of'l' and hearts will be the game played... return-.> Providence.Mr. ture is a true artist; and a perfect'
nl home afternoon
'-f., Tuesday Dora with the original SI Plunkard This afternoon' Mrs. Charles Rhei- Leonard Dozier, who for many master of the most difficult role. She
tJ Jacksonville
where they company which will be at the Marion ,nauer will give a large Valentine reception years has been a citizen of Ocala, has Fritz Franz, of the Franz We. gave her audience satii A treat as they
visiting the family of :Mrs.
011 e's Opera house Saturday nightMatiner I for her guests, Mr, GUS Raei- gone to Tampa and has accepted the & Lock Company was la Ocala Tues- will not soon forget. Mlsss Lily R
Mr. forcouple
son It & Yonge jr.,
,r : 3p.. m. Popular prices. nauer and Miss Gertrude Rheinauer, position of bookkeeper for L. W. day and placed a number of their Burke, Reader and Impersonator, will
.: of weeks. ..........
.. of New York There have been several Smith. Mr. Dozier many Ocala safes. Mr. Franz. *r., has ben selling appear at Marion Opera House, Monday

For: Sale Make the O. 1(. Grocery your head- t hundred invitations issued and this friends regret very much his decision safes in Florida fur more than night, Feb. 19th, at S o'c,:., k. p.

aterineloq-IOOQ seQdl-, poundJlect, ," 1'."" Moselejv Eden quarters while i? Ocala, they have will be one ofh,: Urge&t and most to leave Ocala and "hope his fauil;; t twe ;y years and 13 t':e best known m. Tickets on sa'e: at Ora:' -:2\a

.. ", svUle I Fla.' ,:\'., ::.:-.t. 1 plenty of room and goods tool i oeau iful parties of the season. will continue their home here. I safe man perhaps in the United States. Co..rft .

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'' bich To the Editor of the Orala Banner; For some time past the TallahasseeTrue Editor Russell of the Palatka News,
In a recent Interview appear I

j+: ed In the Tampa Tribune, Mr. James How oft have we heard the beautiful Democrat has been making in his best sentimental morsel vein, to throwsthe the I t I "WHEN THINKING.

liar vey Phillips, gave the following lesson, o're and o're again but who charges of a general nature againstthe following sweet ,

# account of the way the name of the hath named it? administration of' Governor young people;

s late Hon. David L. Yulee, former Man once.stood at the "gateway- Jennings. Some time ago the Methodist minis- GIVE US A TOUGHHT"
ters' meeting in Chicago discussed the
United States Senator, for. Florida our country and bravely defended it The True Democrat's editorials have I subject of flirting in church. At the

for the right and common ood'f been vigorous, wed written and entertaining -
tame to be changed time we clipped the newspaper account -
the greatest number. Regardless of _
:' "David-Yulee was one of the most but some of the state papers of the meeting, being impressedwith _
self agrandlzment, of personal pleas
Interesting men Florida ever had have demanded that it make its the remarks of Rev. M. B. Williams -
ures as private interests, he laid his
within: its borders, and I have often one of the pastors, who was
life against the intrusion- of anything charges specific. We Deal only in. Good
thought that if this state were to quoted as follows:
that affected the common Interest of This, the True Democrat has proceeded I
place in the'hall of the capitol buildIng I "There is reason why
moral political ,social, financial and to do., One of its' items is a otbers,1 the best
In Washington, selected to conln' soni should not cultivate each Things to Eat Keep
t educational, advancement. He respected charge by the state printer of $10
& the statutes of two men from acquaintance from behind hymn books
the rights of. his feU w-coun- for a piece of work, which the True '
very state in the union who deserv- We glad to have them come to
,td this recognition David Yulee' Hymen equal with his, own, ,and, defended Democrat says the state printer agreedto church are on any pretext. Flirting is as we can buy and keep it in a

them in the same loyal man- do for $1.
statue to fill, one of the vacant places good an excuse as any. That is how I
The next charge is We -'
reserved for this state, it would only ner.Man graver. reproduce first became interested in the church. SANITARY CONDITION :
once loved his neighbor and It' ere:
be doing. justince to his memory
The expectation of "seeing a
his neighbor's family. The links that "We here and now, as we here
"Be thIs as it may. Yulee. was a home' has brought a boy doorto
prominent and bullded the strange chain around the"community" tofore have done, specifically charge woman many In our New Store next
citizen; shrewd capa ,
to church for the first time. Amid the
or "neighborhood" were that the Jennings administration -
id ble.. lIe construetedthe .railroad from unlawfully love-making there is chance for the
Fernandina to Cedar Keys and was a : molded from the genuineness of man- paid out of the state treas- rejigious to steal in"Dr. \ Mclver & Mackay we havea

ury $300, called legal fees, to Judge B. ,
pioneer developer in Florida. kind.Man Williams is right. The kind of
himself was genuine. He was S. Liddon who to
was employed pros-
"He proposed to the young lady, flirtation that on at church is Stock than
creative. His purposes were of pure ecute as "special counsel" the case of goes more Complete
his at this time.
: name being Levy
"just taking notice" and is harmless.
motive and toward a successful end- the state against Walter L. Taylor"
"She, without hesitating, assured
ing., He looked beyond the sphereof Is that stated? Many of us who are married foundour
mere plainly enough with of
him she could not man room.
1 marry any sweathearts and wives at church. ever
his own earthly life. He purposed This matter can be explained.Mr. .
with a name something like Levy-he
Under what better surroundings coulda
doing something for the good of those George W. Walker was state attorney ;
t Immediately informed her this was a I future wife or husband be found? While shopping make our
who lived after him Woman had at the time and he and lIon.
t small obstacle and went
straightway I You knew where she sat-the
more beautiful accomplishments froma i William B. Lamar, against whom Mr. just 8H
to the Florida legislature having his
genuine Christian standpoint. Her, Taylor made the assault were not on very spot in the pew. How your errant Store Headquarters.We
name changed to Yulee. .
wandered in that direction! And
L "He life was closed to things pure and divine speaking terms and the Key West Inter eyes
proposed again. She told him
further from the world Ocean and when her eyes sometimes timidly
; away some newspapers
phe would not marry a man not a trade of
didn't need to hear
Y United States Senator she lived less for the world and more printed editorials stating that, owingto sought rours-you your s
i the' talk of heaven. You
for her family and her home. Childrenwere the intense feeling existing between preacher werethere'
"He went to Taltahhassee and the I '
legislature sent him to the United happier and contented at home. these two gentlemen, it would not be already. And with a courage the past and hope to see youf
that erstwhile takes to the
States Senate. Yes. Let us repeat it: that children in good taste for Mr. Walker to pros- men can-
non's mouth when the evening
time contented at home. ecute the ; ser-
finest were one case
"I consider this one of, the in Store
vices concluded, asked for again.
That was before that beautiful song :Mr. Walker submitted these editor- were you our
acts In the life of the man who served
the first time if "see her
was written: "Where is my wander- ials in a written communication to the you might
his state well and who deserves a "
home. And when further
statue in the hall of fame." ing boy tonight?" Since then an ocean governor and asked that some one else, you got

The "lady in the case belonged toe of tears have been shed by,fond moth- without bias or prejudice, be appointed along what messages you wrote in the
{ hymn books sat by her side!
i ers whose dear oness were not con- to prosecute the case. Governor I
Kentucky family,
very prominent
and their children, two brilliant and tented at home. It hasn't been so Jennings agreed with Mr. Walker that If the ministers could confine all !'
4 the flirting to the church it would bea O. K. GROCERY
the best
charming daughters and a son, ,.,-erelong long ago either. interests of the state would I'

known as ornaments of Florida How beautiful is' the genuineness of perhaps be served by his retiring from good thing for the young people who

society, removing later to Washington mankind.,And how rare the gem. How the case, and appointed Mr. Liddon as attend It Is better practiced there, I CLARK BROTHERS Proprietors
with less than
where they were prominent fac- sad the story: "Brothers quarrel overa special counsel. and danger, anywhere _

um.nother still sad- We believe that the of Flor- else.
; tors in the social life of the capitol paultry people II.. .J
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der, "Brothers and sisters to law" ida justify the action of Governor ". '"
go -
The son C. Wickliffe Yulee, has recently Pittman's auction sale starts Saturday i .. _t. .,.__ ; 4'.. _. I/ __ # '_ _. J,f .:'E"_
And here comes one almost incred- Jennings in this mater.
become a writer of fiction his February 17. .
lately pwfcliafesd boot "The Awaken: itable: "Aged parents turned out of The proceedings were all made public .

ji having: been very favorably noticedby house and home by their own son.- and there was no concealment Sn4 glUltOl! Pettus is ej ihtYfiv! year E C. SmU.hs c v. ROD

What has destroyed the genuiness? certainly no corruption attached to it. of age and should he live to serve out
the critics--St. Augustine
literary ,
Record. The love of money, greed, self-con Judge Liddon represented the state another term he will have reached the SMITH & ROBERTS.x

ceit false pretense in religion in society diligently and ably and was certainly ripe age of 94 :year' But them is nit ,

Pittman's auction sale starts Sat in business, in every organization entitled to his pay. the slightest reason to anticipate an Funeral Directors and Licensed Embalnjers! \

urday, February 17. that tends to* hold its self up We believe in holding our public of- early collap!-e. Pettus is the physical )
above the ,average standard. Friends ficials, to a scrict accountably of their marvel of the country. Intellectually
have entered in. They have the pass- acts, but do not believe in condemning and physically he is strong and ac
Telegraph orders receive prompt attention, and embalming dune an'wi
word and regalia. How shall we know them therefor unless condemnation tive. He not only'attends strictly to
A Boston firm offered a prize of $250 i.n short notice. J
t them from the genuine? is justifiable, which does not his
for the best answer to the above ques- Practical trust has been belied.: Po- seem to be the case in the matter under but he does fully as much errand work'! :
tion, and Mrs J. A. Stanley, of Kansas ; I !
secured the prize by the following litical, asperations once reached beyond review.A for his constituents as any other mem- :' wm:\ WITH[ [ [ mmThe i\

ti the holding of office, reached to ber of the senate.

answer: a future reputation honored and res- Former Editor Married.Mr. :
4 "He has achieved success who has 'II
pected. Today it dies within the count-
lived veil laughed often and loved
ing of the ballots. For illustration: Mahlon Gore, who was united in
much; will has gained the respeet'of
marriage t Mrs. Caroline
<> Groningeiin
: Young man, ;your memory is fresh
inteligent men and the love of little
St. Louis on Sunday last is expected -
: children; who has filled his niche and with Florida history, your are a con-
I stant and to reach home this evening. accompanied -
an apt scholar,
accomplished his task has left
; who
by his bride. With Mr.
;i the world better than he found it; answer me right quick surely you can I
do so without and Mrs. Gore will also come Rev.
giving you time to
whether by an improved'poppy, a perfect think "them" Mary: .\. FafCorJ, pastor of the Inu-
once: Same two
poem or a rescued soul; who: has
three of Florida's arian Church of Des Moines, la. P
greatest men-men.
never lacked appreciation of earth'sbeauty
who have risen to distinction friend of both parties, who came from
: through
or failed to It \vh
express ; Des Moines to St. Louis to officiate at
r some of the best offices in the gift of
has always looked for the best in others -
the ? Same them the marriage. Miss Emma Haines, a
people ?
and given the best he had; whose please
_: s niece of Mrs. Gore, with! whom she
: life an Inspiration hose me
has been traveling in Europe for the
ory is a benediction. Now young man, do you-feee an op-
past seven months, and Miss Wilson,
portunity awaiting you? Can't you
a ward of Rev. Safford, who will remain -
Mr. Harper's Piano Sale., see a clear-cut right-of-way to a
with her
guardian in Orlando
t brilliant success? But hold on. Don'tstart
during the remainder of the winter.
)Ir. A. R. Harper and his assistants off until you have made the necessary -
Miss Safford has been active in ,the
who have been in the city for the preparation. '
1 What's ministry in Iowa for years, and is Mill and
lacking? Has
past five days displyalng, their splendid Factory Syndicate Advise
recognized as one of the most gifted
line of Ludden ,& Bates pianos at Genuineness In all things, false pre-
speakers, either in the
or on
the armory informed a representativeof tense is nothing Purity; of purpose, .
J the lecture platform in that state. If
the Ocala Banner that their sales and let that purpose be to build a \ The
suitable arrangements can; be made
f during that time have not been what good name beyond the mere time it Variety
she may speak to the Orlando people
: they might have been, but that they to live. .
during her stay here. If so, her repu-
s" have sold sir instruments and practically PETER STANLEY.
I tation and her talent should insure a

per is a sold firm several believer more.' in the Mr.virtuesof llarx Pittman's auction sale starts Sat. large audience.-Orlando Reporter.Mr. continue The Sale for Ten More
Days ]
urday, February 17.. Gore was formerly the editor of
Ink anJ'has
prfnters not spared -
il its use in his business campaign of Election Year. the Orlando Reporter and is well Some of the Mills and Factories

the past few days in oar city. He says ', known to the newspaper fraternity were behind i if.
: throughout the state.
=a his Baby Grand Chickering is the This is election year: and voters in

'...:: ,best 'Instrument that ever left a factory .:Marion county will vote fur candidatesas : Pittman's auction sale starts Sat- filling the orders, consequently we are forced t t(

.: and he is making sales on Jt follows: urday, February 17.

fi? ;.t-: "talk for thffi\ lves. One member of congress from the -- continue the sale of $4000,00 worth of ""

1 First* district to succeed Stephen M. Florida Mahogany.Few .

The Happiest Man. Sf arkman.

Two justices of the supreme court people know that this sectionof Goods till they are all gone.

The happiest man in the world today to succeed J. B. Whitfield and C. B. Florida produces excellent qualities -

a is the man who t> the fullest extent Parkhill of hard woods suitable for finishing

it of his power is giving-( himself Two railroad commissioners to and for furniture.
succeed This Sale
r'' mind soul to the cause of humanity,' Jefferson U. Browne and R. Hud- The favorite is the madeira, or Flor- gives the Public an Opportunity .to Buy Goods at less th .

tojmother, father, wife, children son Burr. ida mahogany, a fine grained, beauti-

neifhbors. ewrrboJrt"h" thinks of One state senator to succeed lion fully colored wood that takes on a
1 I self| last If at all. and who finJ's his J. G. Baskin. high polish and is an Ideal materialfor MANUFACTURER'S COSRemember

si happiness in the happiness he Is abler Two members of the house of representatives the finest of decorative interiors.

to make for those around him.-Tara- Contrary to the usual opinion, the

pa Tribune. One tax assessor. madeira comes from the forests in

One tax collector.One large logs, from some of which it is

Geremor Broward finds in Tom county treasurer. possible to ,obtain boards 16 inches in When This Sale has Ended it will be befo'
a long
Lawson a brainy. resolute character. Five members of the board of coun- width.

y Our" advice/to the governor is to steer ty commissioners.Three From this lumber enters are made You will have a Chance to Buy Goods at practically pd'

dear of men who have made the acknowledgement members,of ,the county board that are the equals of the finest South your own

that Lawson, has. Beware of public Instruction." J" American mahogany.The .

of the man that carries a card up Justices of tbepeaeg; from same of supply of this wood Is said to ,

rr his sleeve and brags about his questionable the justice dstri! .ir ,.;, be,very large in the regiou and south

t performances.Congressman. ,, !; west;of this city and In the vicinity -
\ 1r\W-: .
'-' Messrs. Fred. Caruthers, of Cape Sable. It is sawed'at Saturday Fek

Sparkmanj 'is" .quoted drey and J..*JnMonroe.. of Cole; mills located near the supply and is 2

it f as saying that $ ooooQQOtts( *, r \i annually were In the city several days the'eael3' *' brought to, this city in large planks ,

sufficient for the river and harbors which
: afterwards
are sawEd Into veneers -
part of the week and report everything -
of this country. for moulding and inside finish- Will Positively be the
in their section on the move. Last Day of This Sale.

-- People there are now busily engaged Ing.An ,

Judge Gordon of Tampa, ought to in shipping thier beet and cabbage expert;, who has hauled this lum- .

read, the life of Chief Justice :Marshall ber for years states that It could
The latter not
crops. bringing very
fti and. the Works of Thomas Jeff be used to advantage in the manufacture THE
good prices, but the- excellent yield MILL AND

#i erson.Pittman's. and large acreage will In all proba- of furniture. .-Miami Record. -I FACTORY SYNDICA* '

bility make up the shortage caused
auction sale starts Sat Pittman's auction sale starts Saturday

urday, February 17. j from low prices. February 17. l SHEPHERD, WATSON, Manager This Sale NEW YORK ,

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Picnic at Silver Springs for Ocala to Have Another Beautiful Res- !f I WILL MEAN MUCH FOR OCALA. TO REMOVE

Judge and Mrs. Boarman. dence.: -
Jacksonville Development CompanyWill and PIMPLES.IN .

The members of the O la bar com- Messrs. J. H. Livingston and. gon Do For' Ocala What it Has 10 DAYS USE

plimented Judge and Mrs Aleck sold Monday the beautiful lot on Fort Done for Jacksonville. .NADINOLA. ..

Boarman of Louisiana, with an all King avenue, just west of :VI'. New- -1 .
day picnic at Silver Springs Satur- som's home and owned by Capt. S. From Saturday's Daily.Of .

R. Pyles to Mr. G. A. Petteway for a' the many marvelous corporations

day.The doing business in Jacksonville nonehas '
'valuable consideration amount not .
day was as lovely a one as
a better record than the

could possibly be desired and every. stated. sontille Development Company Jack-I

I This is one of the most beautifullots
thing seemed to work togett to corporations like this that have
in the city. It'is located on a .
Bakinq make'the day-a very enjoyable one. given to that city Its phenomenal I
fashionable avenue, commands an eleJ|'
Judge and Mrs. Boarman both of- growth-perhaps larger than any other
yated position and is almost completely f
If I whom have travelled quite a good city in the south, Galveston not
surrounded by beautiful oak .
JY0WdCtj deal, went into raptures over the excepted.The. .
treesIt appeals to everyone with an ]
springs and said they had never before Jacksonville Development Com-
I Zc
eye for the beautiful. We understand'that \ )
seen anything in nature like pany erected' last year one hundredand
Mr. Petteway will immediately
z- Q these magical springs. eighty buildings and earned 34 percent
begin the erection thereon of a hand- j A i
Cc The party went down the run as for its stock holders. It guarantees *
_=:rr_=T s some home that will not cost less than '! .
far as the old Roger's place, an historic i 10 per cent. In addition to its

Absolutely Pure spot, and disembarked at Carmichael's i; $10,000. I i betterments.The .
Considering the beauty of the new j
landing and lunch was serv..1ed I company contains the names of THE NAD1NOLA *
1 1it CISL 10
location and the cost of the building
here. The lunch was prepared by the most successful business men of
is safe to say that when completed Formerly Ad vertistd and sold is
A GRAPE CREAM OF TARTAR BAKING POWDER the Ocala House chef and was a very I. Jacksonville such men for Instance Nan&NOtaNochangemformula
it will be the prettiest residence in our cr jackige. The none
elegant one. 1 as Capt.C. E. Garner, president of the only bas been changed to avoid confusion, u we
city. j board of trade Hon. John N. C. cannot afiord to have so valuable prcpatatuui
Those who were in the party besides j
confused with other
--. I I any
It makes the most delicious Judge and Mrs. Boarman were Mr. H. Children i i Stockton, late a candidate for United. NADINOLA is guarant eed, and money will t*
Enjoy Peanut Hunt. j in every c axe where it fa& to remove
H. Eyles, of Jacksonville Mr. and .: I| States senate and a successful busi- freckles, pimples. liver tpoU. ce ar di .

.1 i i.f Mrs., Robert L. Anderson, Mayor Mc- '!. ness man; C. B. Rogers of the Consolidated coloratiotnssallowness. sun tan, black head,
and healthful Saturday afternoon Earl and Rob- ,i disfigurainff eruptions, etc The worst rase m
hot breads Conathy Mrs. Herbert I.. Anderson, '1 Grocery Company; Hy twenty days Leaves th e skin clear oft,health%
ert Hall the young sons of ,Mr. and ; and restores the beauty of vouth.
Mr. and Mrs. William' Hocker, Mr. i,I Robinson, president of the Commercial Price soc and f!LOO. Sold in each city b> all
Mrs. Hall entertained
Richard ,
and Mrs. E. W. Davis Mr, and Mrs. j i bank; Geo W. Wilson, editor-in- leading druggists,or b y nail.
biscuit and cake five of their small friends in the Gary I Prepared only by
W. K. Zewadski, Mr. and Mrs. R. A. t chief of the Times-Union, and some
grove on Fort King avenue.A I NATIONAL TOILET CO..
Burford and Mr. Richard Hall. The i hundred more names of well known
peanut hunt. kept the little ones Parts Tenn.
'' party went down to the springs in I business men.
'FREE FROM ALUM LIME OR PHOSPHATIC ACID pleasantly amused for some time and Sold in Ocala by leading drug stereo
carriages and in automobiles and the The officers of the company are the
; for being the most successful huntersof .
day was very delightful. Even a big ,following: President, Edwin Brobs'ton

.* alligator was accommodating enough nuts, Sam Burford and Sallie Pope j ; First Vice-president W. B. Ow-
won the pretty little prizes. .
: to sun himself on a log for the bene- After the hunt other outdoor games en; second vice-president, L H. '&It mCi\\ '

Alum baking powders are unhealthful. Do not use them for fit of the visitors. He was nearly eight were played and all manner of good i Welsh; secretary and treasurer J. A. A

feet long and was a splendid specimen Holloman; directors, Edwin Brobs- BANK DEPOSIT
raising food under any circumstances. So detrimental are alum things to eat were given to the little $ UUU
of the saurian tribe. ton, W B. Owen, L H. Welsh, JamesA. RR.. Fara Paid. Motet
baking powders considered, that in most foreign countries their ones. The two popular little hosts taken on tulnca. PEST
Holloman, C. E. Garner J. J. Up-
and cheapest on earth. Don't delay! Write. -4iy.6EORGUAUBAUA .
assisted in their
sale is prohibited. In many States in this country the law com- A Runaway. were giving guests a church, George W. Wilson, .W R. BUSINESS COLLEGE,Hacta.C
I good time by their aunts, Misses Mat- .
pels alum powders to be branded to show that they contain tie and Carrie Williams. Carter, D. H. MacMillan. D. T. Ge-

this dangerous acid, while in the District of Columbia, Congress What might have proven a fatal row A. S. Hubbard, Raymond Cay. BRANCH'S

runaway occurred on North Magnolia Mr, Alexander Walker Is the man- GENUINE, RATTLESNAKEWATERMELON .
has prohibited the sale of all food that-contains alum. Belated Millinery Arrives.
street Saturday afternoon.A ager of the sales department of this

, Alum baking powders are sold to consumers at from 10 colored boy named: Frank Buck- -t company and is now visiting Ocala { '
Quite a large shipment of millinery

cents a pound to 25 ounces for 25 tents, or 25 cents. a pound, ner was driving the delivery wagonof which was expected some few days and has established an agency here '

sad when not branded their Rowe's Little Bonanza when the and will be here in person for several SEED
may; generally be distinguished by ago by Mrs. Minnie A. Bostick the
shaft broke and struck the horse's days in order to introduce the meritsof
Pd., Ocala House Milliner, arrived Saturday -
heels which frightened him and caused the company and give it a good
and she invites the ladies to come Only Pure Strain in' United States.
him to start down the street at a send off.
around and inspect the same. Theseare ( Carefully selected. Kept 'pure
breakneck speed. t Mr. Walker is a pleasant gentleman thirty-five years. No other
a portion of the selections made I
The wagon turned over and threw I and we would .be glad to have our variety grown on plantation of
by her on her recent trip to several 1,500 acres. Pure seed impossible
out the driver and Mr. Rowe's little business men meet him*and co-oper- where different varietiesare
wholesale centers and they are the I '
grandson Francis Bogie. and strangeto ate with him. grown.
SARA ELIZABETH HARRIS, ;i ;Bessie Reddick. Chester. latest creations .of the most expert t 1 oz. 15c; 2 oz. 20c; 4 oz. J3c;
s'l neither of them was hurt beyond The well known real estate firm of
say 1-2 lb. 60c 1 lb.
milliners in the world's leading fash- j ; $1.00; 5 Iba.
Local Editor.
C., who has been .the guest of ) a few scratches. Messrs. Ditto & Maloney have been 34.50; 10 lbs. .$8.50., delivered.
I ion emporiums. The finest line of.
W. V.. Xeasom for several .weeks has I The horse continued his mad run braid hats ever seen .here. appointed the company's agency in Remit money order.registered Send letter for ,seed or

kJAPPEHINdS ABOUT! TOWN. returned home. down the street and finally ran into this city which is a sufficient guar- Annual Manual n' Melon "

the door of a colored restaurant near antee that their business will be pro- Culture given with each order.M. .
--- The Beggar Prince. Opera Company I. BRANCH,
-- i Mr. O. T. Dean saemafor the the Seaboard passenger depot He 'by perly looked after here.
1 : presented the comic opera that Columbia Co., Bertelia, Ga.
struck the side of the door and broke v
The butcher has been Cable Piano Company, "was in Ocalaon name at the Opera House Saturday I
news service J I his skull dying shortly afterward.Mr. I They're Still With Us.
afternoon and at Said Pa-
Monday and \vaa visitor at this night gave
discontinued on the East Coast Rail- ,
I Rowe regrets very much the I Do You Wish to
office. sha. Both times there were good audiences -
-&Y. loss of his horse but congratulates I The editor of the Ocala Banner Sat-
-- and the was very much '
himself uPon the fortunate escape of .urday received the following letter
Hoffman went to Fort better than the shows that usually '
Mrs B. F.
Sunday with
Mr. Clifford \
,', ) spent his grandson and the driver. from, we suppose those persistent MAKE MONEY
visit Ocala.
Mr. Harry Leavelle the
Ocala friends.. lIe returned to Meln-: Mjere Monday 9 afternoon\ to spend .a I .
few days on business. --- tenor, was exceedingly good and hag burglars:
toshMonday. Wekiwa Springs. tired for that wallet.
"I am waiting
--- a voice of very excellent and
Minnie G. attractive his sing- The doctors are all right but. d- Growing Good Watermellon:
llr. Horace Whelstone-came in from .Miss Burroughs an everybody greatly enjoyed e ,
We are in receipt of a booklet, from the and editors, they never
Lynne to spend Sunday with his young lady of Jacksonville ing.lIss Merris, the leading lady, preachers I Next Year
Judge William S. Bullock containingsix
and that is what I
arrived in Ocala Tuesday morning to was also quite excellent and portrayed have any money we
mother and sisster.. FROM EDEN SEED?
: beautiful views of Wekiwa Springs ,,'ant. had two pocket books but
__ .J_ be the guest act Miss Sara Harris. ins her parts well. The two come- you
.. Clay county. neither one worth a d- but look
:\lcInt'osh.has dians were also much above the
Miss Elizabeth Cyst, of
These springs located in Clay
:: are
been visiting friends in Ocala for A party of prominent tlantians dinary. and the chorus girls were 01'-1 out we will get even with you yet. If so I can help jnu start right by supplyingseed
county, Apopka, and belong to
near .
paned through Oeala.londay horningon Altogether both performances something a bout two years a go we at a reasonable price g
several days. Last spring the ravages of rats forced me to
the Wekiwa Springs Company, of I
their way home from a fishing tripto very Creditable. made a good haul got a thirty five I plant my watermelon crop three times before a
which Ju.1geBunoek Is the principal dollars and a "bag or that we stand was secured. Consequently my mekms
hiss Bobbie Harrison, of Leesburg,. Homosassxx.' ripened too late tor profitable khipment, slut
l', -- stockholder.This Miss Mary Anderson will go to got round one hundred dollars for, I instead of allowing them to decay i saved seed
:- came up Saturday to visit her sis- t tn the following painstaking manner frlm perfectly -
.,. Judge Joseph H. Bell and Mr. JohnM. company claims that they are Lynchburg Virginia, the latter partof dthat woman, she was the brav- shaped, sized and ripened selected mar
terr Mrs. Elmore Davidson. the "finest mineral springs in Florida etiaelons,the first on live vines.
est little that have
Graham- woman we ever
-. Graham spent Sunday at this month to spend some weeks Both ends of each melon were cut oft and
yule with Mr. Graham's father, Mr. L. being the best and safest known." with friends in that city. Miss An- come in contact with after being In thrown away the melon split and the perfectly =
WANTED-An "elderly gentleman" matured seed taken from the center and dried
Around the springs is a thirty
M. Graham. derson attended the RandolphMaconWoman's the business for ten years my pards with spehral care. No seed were saued from
to sing "Everybody Works But Fathfr park of Florida palms, and the landis decayed melons.
4 let that woman alone she sleeps
College in that city for three say
I guarantee these seed to be strictly first clasa
-White Springs Herald Mrs. Truaten; P. Drake and little son high rolling pine lands and is dry years and has many friends there, with one eye open but I am the one and as;good as have ever been grown, .' bAs
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to responsibility I reter to any mer
-" my
. \ returned to their home at Drake's and healthy and elegant black bass who suffered for twelve long months
Alachua, 'was who will make her visit a very delightful chantile agency or responsible business concern
Mr. J. It. Williams
near Leet>burg, Monday afternoon, after fishing can be found in Wekiwa river one. being shot by her, I mean to get even
o,e of the Visitors to Ocala Satur-
a short visit in Ocala with Mr. and nearby. "'--" I with her yet we are not blacks but 75c per. pound '

, day. Mrs. William Hocker. These springs certainly ought to become Rev. L. W. Moore and Mr. W. H. you would think so if you saw us

F -- t a very popular resort. Clark spent Saturday afternoon in the crawling in at windows ha catch us
Miss Eleanor Beall of Talbotton '
t, S. R. P>les, of Ocala one of the ---- woods hunting. :Mr. Clark succeededin if you can we just laught at blood I Henry D. Still ,
Georgia is visiting friends and rela-
Fire at Standard.Mr.
I most public-spirited men of Marion capturing a live quail, somethinghe hounds your night police are not
tires In Ocala. Bla<;kville, S. C.
I county and a class A., No. 1, politician said that he had been trying to do worth, a cuss

of the mingled business and pleasure in Jessie Pyles had the misfortuneto all his life. :Mr. Clark is very gen- Eden Seed.
Mr, James T. Rawls,- mana Ier
'Saturday. Tampa Tribune.Mr. have his store at Standard entirely Spent the at Silver Springs. '
"" Tampa erous with his birds and on this occasion Day ,
Crystal River Lumber Conwanwag destroyed by fire about four o'clock '. ...
remembered the local editor of .
la Ocala Saturday. '
II. A. McAfee, of Atlanta, was Saturday morning. this paper with a nice mess of quail The following party spent a very ; -

among the commercial travellers, who Mr. Pyles is the young son of Capt. pleasant day at Silver Springs Sun- It Will
lit and Mrs. Cliff ton Camp came .
-:' '- up Saturday from Sarasota and willspenit spent Saturday and Sunday in Ocala S. R. Pyles, of this city, and only a If your next door competitor adver- day, viz: Mr. W. H. Clark Miss .-- .',.

While here he was a guest at the few weeks ago purchased this busi- tises and you don't you probably have Tillie Pyles, Miss Margaret Peace Mr. .
: in Ocala. ,
sometime .
.:; I Ocala House. ness from Mr. W. B. Lawton and his plenty of time to sit in your front Gilchrfst and Mr. and Mrs. Robert '

" I friends will be very sorry to learn of Connor. They went down as far as '
doorway and wonder the
Mrs. Henry Clark and little son, of 1 1f' talked why peoplego Pay You j :

Martel, were visiting Mrs. Clark's Sister We h that Mr. Andes the misfortune that has overtakenhim. there when you have the same Delk's Bluff in :Mr.: Clark's launch the ,.:;

; I Waterman, who has been absent from goods for sale. Elizabeth. Lunch was served at the
,_ Mrs. Thomas Sexton. t.
this city for some three weeks past Bluff and the trip back to the head ,> c:

lit. Miss Ethel Robinson has returned will be asked ogive a lecture in be- Mrs ;J. L Singleton of Inverness. The business man who says "It may of the springs was made in an hour I IF You sell have any Real Etattto :; :_

of charitable cause on tie and Mrs. Wallace Kelsey, of Port and fprty minutes. Altogether the ,
t!: home from Gainesville, where she half some pay others to advertise, but it doesn't

rspent a few days with her aunt. Mrs. sights of the great city'Of New York.Mr Tampa City, were in Ocala Saturday, j I I\ pay me," -usually the one who can't I day was a most delightful one. '
, the guests of their cousin, Mrs. Hugh I OR 2
Annie R. VanDeventer. ; I see why. others succeed while he has .

j- William M. Ross is in the city Ha}'crat. These ladies wero formerly I a hard put to make ends meet and Of all the shows that visited Ocala "

Who are the men who have ma4 and is looking the picture of robust Misses Ollie and Louise Clark of pay the bills when they come due- last year Si Plunkard was pronouoeed "

the most money in the w rcant.U? health. Since returning home from this city, and they have many friends and often not then. the best by everybody that was irj- You're thinking eoi$1'Rg

1>i this (country. The rein who 'advertised. Asheville just before.. Christmas Mr. here. i '- fortunate enough to witness it. This If" to Florida for a hOI e,..' .,

.. .Ross has .been with Ws family at Sara- I iI "Wasted" some of your cash In advertising play will be presented in Ocala Sat- % ." ;

ti.- i : On last Sunday Mr. H. M Baum instead of wasting away your urday afternoon and Saturday night OR. ,

Mr. John Neville'Ot DunntJlQ bras, "" happened to the misfortune to get his time hunting for something for the by Mr. J. C. Lewis and his excellent

Ja Ocala Saturday on ba'wa. tft Mr.. Asher Frank, president of- the right arm broken near the wrist. He clerks to do and you'll note the difference company and it is eertaifcy. worth going l IF kind You desire of Florida to inyest in. any

3: Gainesville to'e1ore.a several thousand I Southern' Mill & Factory Syndicate was on his launch at the time, and In the -bank balance in a few to see..' property,

'. who is. conducting one of the largest some how his arm got caught ia the months. .
'dollar .
deal.Messrs -,','.... .. and most successful sales for O tDG.ehtnery.-Crlsta'I River News. '- Hon. W. J HiHmaa of. 'Lave Oak TO SEE x
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,,' John ._:P.. Galloway Harry Falk & Brothers in Tampa, ever occurred Miss Rena Davidson, a beautiful one of the most successful turpentine OR WRITE

/ Leaven,ood. James Epgesser and E4d la-.tbat city is .at. Miami, for Dr. 'Walter Hood and Rev.' C. C. young lady of Salisbury, X, C. arrived operators in Florida and whom his

;sj; Twicer have returned home from the purpose' of inaugurating one of his Carroll ef O,ala and Dr. S. IL in Ocala Saturday afternoonand _friends are trying ta persuade to' enterj J. H.lIVINCUON & OHt f

, tbelr fishing trip to Crystal River and I J sale In that thriving metropolis. Mr. Butch of B1i htoa. spent SaturdayIn is the guest of Mrs.'J.: :G: ,. Spur- the gubernatorial, was apleasant
."}, *the tlnie j Frank is a bi'rn hustler.. the" wQOds. near .BBtshton. hunting., 'L.1. : .. ,.'0. visitor to Oca!* on Monday::
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,_ :/Frank Harris,Jr. 'wfco has been at-h' T9 NAME. TEIRi: TREES., At the,'Churches Sunday Morning. t Mr. Chambliss "Writes About. Cattle.To .

Donald k'razer ---'- r"
: :'tending the school at V
The Forest Service Will Identify For the first time In many years all the Editor of Ocala Banner:
k :Decaur Ga., returned home Friday.
Trees in Streets and Parks. church pulpits In Ocala were filled Sun- { 'A great many Florida ,cattle owners .

:Mr. Alexander 'Holly, formerly of :. day morning and there were fairly 1 desire' to Improve the 517e and quality CURES RHEUMATISM AND ALL PAINumCU. -

The increased interest 'a forest and stock but, not having acquaintance -
of their .SPRAINS,CUTS,
: this ',city, but now of Orlando, was in good congregations at them all and IN BIUISCSBURKS.SCUM.,
forest trees which Is a sign of the i with the different beef C U R E S. STIFF JOINTS. COMTMA6TCO MUSCINI *.*'""Ullltli.VMbtJ: '
q Ocala Friday and was .a visitor at our some very excellent sermons were delivered which ANKILS. CORN KUSKf R'S SPRAINIO WRIST. FROtTIB -
times has, among other things, led breeds, are waiting to learn one rMT.8aM.BUIHOM.CHIL UWJI., AB ALL 1NFLAMMATION. Of MAT N oa aiAJT,, it
office ,. I their I have /
is the best for purpose.
',. I many'city and town officials to seek .
; to make known the names of trees Rev G. H. Harrison at Grace Episcopal for the past: six years been Investigat- t
air. Thomas .Ayer, of Macon, Ga., I
j the
growing in streets and parks Not only church. Rev. Sam White, at the Ing along this line first by seeing
Js'ln the city for a few days. Mr. Ayer I sections of I
breeds in different
was formerly a prominent resident of are such trees in very many cases now Christian church, ,Dr. W C. Lindsay,
; without'marks of identification but the United! States; second by bring- I
Lake: Weir and has many friends in at the Presbyterian church and Rev. bulls-of three of the
ing to this state
r in not a few cases they have been
the county.It I labeled with Incorrect n mes. The Father Bottolascio at St. Philip's most popular breeds, and watching the

I' Forest Service has devised plans by Catholic church, preached sermons of results from their use with Florida '
behoves you to use the best fertilizers -
4 on your crops. Favorite Fertil- which Its cooperation may be secured unusual force and were listened to cows; third, by reading the histories : T : ,i

izers are honestly made, and will give I In correctly Identifying the of all the breeds in all the different y f
the best results. Lang Swarts & Co., public most attentively by their hearers.
of the world to which they
trees of parts
community which
,agents for Ocala. 'xnGen. any may
The first sermon by Rabbi,Stollnitz, 1
.-" care to call upon it. been carried and fourth the average

., J. C. Davant. of. Brooksville It is remarkable how little uniform of Tampa, was preached an the Jew- prices paid for the different reeds. # f tf
who has recently' been elected brig ity there is in the use of tree names. ish synagogue in this city Sunday. The There are but six beef breeds of

adier-general of the Confederate Vet- Even scientific naives any Importance In the United States,
which are, of subject oT his, sermon was, "Blind
; erans, of this division was in the city I Hereford Aberdeen-
course, always more'exact than the Love and Blind Belief." viz: Shorthorn i

R Friday., common names, are in many cases unsettled Before entering upon his theme pro Angus, Galloway Poll Durham and i READ THIS-REMARKABLE CURE

Red"Poll.. The Angus and Galloway .
but common names are often per he made some very beautiful pre-

Mrs. ,J. J. Williams and children, used almost at .random. In different liminary remarks, complimenting his are jet black; the Red Poll all red, Ed."I vita much afflicted with rheumatism, writes

of Homosassa, were in Ocala Fridayon while the Poll Durham is mostly red, C.NodIowavilleSedgnickCo.Ranus"going L
parts of the country the same species people for the interest they, had shownIn about on crutches and suffering great deal of pain,

their way home from a visit to may be popularly known under very the matter of having regular service but sometimes showing white marks. I was Induced to try Ballard'i Snow Liniment,which 1

relatives at Eustis. While In Ocala different names and, on the other and ,hoped that it would be as The Hereford is red with white face cured me, after using three 50c bottle IT IS THQ

they were the guests of Mrs. Jake hand the same name is often used in profitable to them as he knew it and other white marks, while the GREATEST LINI1IENTIEVERUSBD;hate recommended
Brown it to a number of person, all expmithemselves
different localities for Shorthorn is generally deep red but .
altogether different would be to him.
as being benefited by it I cow walk

trees. .sIn Mr. Stollnitz is a native of Russia often red roan, and sometimes pure without crotches and, am able to perform a great I
,The famous Buster Brown ,Blue these six breeds all are entirely deal
white. Of of
the effort to assist toward uniformity and was educated In France and Get light labor oa the farm.

e Ribbon Shoes for boys and girls ,at of usage In scientific names many and since coming to the United hornless except the Herefords THREE SIZES: 25c, 50c AND $1.00
the Fair..Store. '
x of forest trees, and also to lessen the States has spent most of his time In and Shorthorn; and, while .horns are BALLARD SNOW LINIMENT CO. {

I these two breeds are
Chaos in the use of common objectionable
Texas and Is a most enthusiastic
The members' of the Grace ; ST. LOUIS. U. S A.
Episcopal still the favorites as shown by their
the Forest Service has already published American and in his opening remarks

church during the past week "A Check List of the Forest stated that all Americans-that all l great numbers and average prices.

have had their pipe organ taken down The appended table of sales which I
Trees of the United States. This who breathe the spirit of our institu

and built entirely over and it is now serves as a guide when once a tree tions-that all who love the flag and was made up from official reports of SOLD AND RECOMMENDED 5Y

--In a much better condition than it has all sales made in the United States
has been identified by the botanist.
I the glorious things that It represents,
ever been for some years. 1903; shows the estimation In ALL DRUGGISTS.
But the first requisite is that the would find a welcome in the Jewish during ,

identification should be,correct. It is synagogue.The which the different breeds are held. -- -- .

Wanted-A white woman to keep here' that difficulty Is often met with. rabbi said that there is no word Shorthorns, 82 sales; 3:>12 sold; j
bouse for a man with one little girl
For, this reason the Forest" Service in the language so expressive and so $139.75 average price; $490,801.00 total
two old. Reasonable and
years pay
now offers its technical knowledge to comprehensive and stands for so much price. .
good jhome for the right party. Ad- 24 sales 1179 sold $115.25 r
city authorities. as "love" but that when love becomesblinded Hereford ; ; _

dress, J. S. Burke Kendrick- Fla. x There are two ways in which assistance I it loses its true meaning and average price; $135,879.75 total price.

Harp of may be iven. Where the' leads to evil consequences. That all Angus, 22 sales; 1084 sold; $130.35
Mr. F. Citra and Mr.
work is on a large scale, a representative : things should be reasonable that the average price; $141,299.40 total price.
J. Y. Stevens of this city who were
of the Service will visit the townor things of the heart should also com Galloway 5 sales; 190 sold; $103.S5average
committed by Commissioner Williamsto
city and identify the tree by examination bine the things of the mind. That price; $19,731.50 total price.
the United States court for peon-
on the spot. In most blind love leads to blind belief and Poll Durham, 1 sale; 34 sold; $231.75
: age, have been discharged the grand
cases, however, identification by cor- blind belief to Infidelity, intolerant* average price; $7,879.50 total price

jury having investigated the case resspondence will prove entirely ade and clousnesJ. That the massacre Red Polls, :3: sales; 94 sold; $109.80
against them and found no true' bill., One and Two-horse Hay Pressel
quate. This will require merely that of the Jews in Russia today is be- average price; $10,321.20 total price.
specimens of the trees be sent to the 1 j cause of blind unreasoning belief. And Totals, 35 sales; 2381 sold; $315,111.- .
We are in receipt of the following
Forest Service, together with a"roughsample this 35 total price. Tedders
Invitation Priscus commands your is true, also of all the religious;

plat showing their location the persecutions with which the world has From this table it will be seen that ,
presence at his Seventh:; Annual carnival ,
plat and specimen being numbered to been afflicted. Shorthorns held ,more sales sold a
Pensacola Florida. Monday and Mowers .
correspond.For larger number of cattle at a better Rakes
Tuesday February twenty-sixth autwentyseventh Rabbi Stollnitz Is a very broadminded .

nineteen hundred and such identification a fall set tolerant man and is calculated average price and for a larger aggre

of specimens illustrating mature foliage gate amount of money than all other
six. We regret that we are unable to to do much of good for the Jewish Knife Grinders

accept the same. and, if possible, specimens, of people. breeds combined Including the Here-' ,

: the flowers and of the fruit (as the An unusually large 'congregationwere fords. "" 9 -

botanist call the seeds) Should be At the International Stock ShoIn A Complete Stock of
Mrs. Dorsett, who has been visitingher present at the morning serviceat RepAirs
sent. Fruit specimens are very essential Chicago December 16122, 190; Shorthorns -
daughter, Mrs. Henry C. Gates, the Methodist church Sunday and

for some time left Firday for ",a. but flowers may be omitted if the\pastor, Rev. L. W. Moore, preached filled more than one third of Both Deering and McCormick

they can not be readily Two ,
secure all the catalogue entries in beef cattle
short stay with another daughter, lrs. an sermon having as his

Causey, at Plant City. She will return or three specimens of branches in text, the 12 13, and 14 verses, of the classes, and, in the public sale duringthe
leaf, 10 to 12 inches long taken I
show made an average price of
to Ocala for a while before gong ,48 Psalm; Walk about Zion, ando go

bad'to her home at Fort, Valley, different parts of the crown, so as t II roundabout her; tell the towers thereof $314.00, against $188.00 for Herefordsand MARION H RDWRE j

Georgia. exhibit all of the leaf forms common ; Mark ye well her bulwarks, con 15.O0'for; Abeideen-Angus. These COMPANY

to- the species will answer for ,the! sider her palaces; that ye may tell it statements .are taken from official rec-, -
I! foliage. One or two specimens of the 1 ords. The sale held Poll = -::;.- -
For Sale-My home and lot known to the generation following. For; this one by

as the Reardon place situated on Ock- foliage, flowers, and fruit may be placed 'I. hams is no criterion as to prices but
God is God for
our and he
lawaha avenue, for particulars add. ever ever;
.W. C. Jeffords. City or Mrs. K. Orr, between sheets of ordinary news- will be our guide even unto death. still is far below the Internationalsale

1100 2nd st., Louisville, Ky. l-2-3t paper or, blotting paper about 12 to 16 Before the sermon a subscription of average made by Shorthorns. Be-

inches in size. 'Thirty to fifty specimens sides Poll Durhams are' horn-less
$55 wa.s raised, to pay off the insurance -
Mr. John B. Floyd, the most pleas- and sheets may thus be' piled of the church.Mr. off-shoot from Shorthorns and most

ant, agreeable genial and companion- one on top of another, and the whole Charles fickle' of the Beggar of them are registered in both rec-

,able man jn Florida, was circulating bundle placed between two stiff piecesof ords.
Prince Opera Company, at, this ser
among his Ocala friends Friday He mill board pasteboard, or thin pic- vice sang the "Holy CityHe has a In view of these facts, the historical -

has Just returned from a business tripto ture ,backing, a little larger than the account of Shorthorn success In ,
splendid baratone voice and the man- t
Tents and reports a prosperous sheets of paper carrying the speci- & .
England, Scotland, France, Australia I
ner in which he rendered this beauti- : T

condition of things in that state. Mr. mens. The package, must then, be ful song was really an inspiration. South America Canada, :Maine, .

Floyd will be In Ocala and vicinityfor well tied and wrapped, when it may' Oregon Texas, apd the personal ar' '
Mr. S. C. Edwards, one of the editors experience
several days: He is still pushing be sent by mail if under 4 pounds in that they r
produce better
of the Southern Baptist Witness,
Insurance and I is succeeding finely- weight If, before sending, the specI- calves from scrub
published at DeLand was in Ocala cows in Florida, the

Thaard has mens are changed to dry sheets of Sunday. In the morning Mr. Edwards conviction Is forced that they are the
Mr. 11 returned toOcala paper once in twenty-four
LL hours, best cattle for
occupied the pulpit at the Baptist making our beef, using
I from Jacksonville: and will keeping them constantly under a native cows'as a foundation.Z. .
church and preached a fine sermon.
make his home, here in the future. His weight of from 40 to 50 pounds, they C.
He Is a young man and is an earnest CHAMBLISS.
family will join him here soon. Mr. can be thoroughly dried within two
and consecrated preacher.
Thagard expects' to engage in the ,turpentine or three weeks, when they tstll not be -- Death of 'Mrs. William Benus.

business. His Ocala friends so heavy and will still be in excellent
Off For European Trip.
will be delighted at his decision to return condition for identification. The sad announcement of the deathof

here to reside. Suggestions as to labels and their this most estimable 'f lady, which occurred -
A teleram received from New York
use are also made by the Service when Friday, has been received In
announced that Mr. Walter F. Coachman
Mr. J. S. Leach has'',leased the storeroom requested. Ocala.
and Mr. C. B. Rogers, of this
next to the :Montezuma office- :\I'rs. Benus
city had sailed for a trip to was forty-six yearsof
and will conduct a.fruit and confectionery A Car Load of Matches. age and for :
this many years she and
Europe. On trip they will stopat
store In same. lie has had Benus lived in Ir'l FOUR
enterprising Gibralter, Genoa Alexandria in Ocala, owning SAILINGS EACH WEEK
the walls handsomely papered and The firm of Lang operating the Benus bakery. '
Egypt, and other Mediterranean ports.
painted, and when his stock arrives Schwartz & Company, have Just received Several
years ago :Mr. Benus
The trip will consume about ninetyda retired
will have a splendid business place. a solid car load of matches. from business BDTWHBN
>-s and it is expected that they will and moved to
He Invites! his friends to call on him These matches are all kinds, the At- Bronson, in which Jacksonville
have a glorious time and will return city Mrs., Benus and New York'Calling
when In. need of anything In his line. lantic, Blue lIen, Coast, Domino, eta died. She leaves a husband
completely! rested and restored to a broth-
A car contains in round numbers er.-Mr.. Frank
,health. Mr. Rogers wired- "Best Huber of this city, and
Lang, Swartz & Co. the 1,000
cases and each 5
case grossand wishes and good-b-e.-Times-Un- many other relatives and friends tb at Charleston, S. C., both ways.
agents of the Sanders Fer- each gross, 144 boxes and each THE
I ion. mourn her death. njIST STEAMSHIPS tt T2S: CMSTWISS
tilizer Co., of Jacksonville. If you box about 100 matches. So? if our To the bereaved husband and THE SEftTKL l

i are needing fertilizers, or anything in readers will figure this out, they will Shorthorn Blood. I relatives the Ocala Banner extends other its CLYDE HEWJEJWUHDAHD SOUTHERN LlrtE

the fertilizer line you will do well to find exactly how many matches this condolences .

-4 figure with then before buying x firm is handling. .
Mixed with scrub cattle makes the ----;--- Jacksonville
It is purchasing in large amountsin Boston and Providence
-1 best steers Mr. S.' H. Kaitskill sold McPherson-Seymour. and all Eastern ,
'Herrman-Herrera Prizefight. order to get the advantage of the I Points.
,, last Meek SO head of two year old sI:11I laUtnlt' at Charl+toa loth Wars.
freight rates on car load shipments E1-KI.Y
to the steers for $10'6.31 making an average At twelve o'clock Wednesday morning Soatbbo:af....................... ....... SAII.I :\is.
Special Ocala Bannri and Is thus enabled to dispose of ..... ............................. Lem'
v Los Angeles. Cal Felx. 10.Kid them at specially low rate!. of $34.20 each. ,When it is remembered Susie at the home of the bride Miss l\'Qrt2lbCi1I: ...................................._... From fc=t. of Cater*:. Strut,Want Sisbor

that the ruling price f6r native Seymour of this city and Air. I
Herman of Chicago and Clyde St.
Antonio Her If you want matchesyou can obtain Kenneth Johns River Line.
the'Mexican steers is about 113.00 for threeear McPherson of Lakeland are -
rera fighter who
recently them from LangSchwartz & Between
olds and older the difference to unite in marriage by Jacksonville and
is almost Rev. L.v.. Sanford
Young Corbett, will Company.Mr Stopping a.t ra1a.tka
S,. Fucis
Moore ,
fight twenty rounds here this evening, -- amazing. The Gaitskill cattle went to of the Methodits church. The Eeredor ( etaS I I:! isterme'!

Miami and, will doubtless be fed young bride is the oldest Steamers of Jacksonville liver.
to daughterof
several hundred
and sportsmen from "Joe Wheeler" Davis, of Sum City j
tourists as western meat. Mr. and Mrs B. H. and rei'k DeBarf
i; all parts of the West are here to witness merfield one of the best little farmersIn Seymour and are appointed to Sail a. follows: Leave
Mr. Jacksonvllla
'' McPherson Is a young Scotchman ltet1lnuug, leave daily, uupe W.nIato 1 J' Me"
the battle Both men are said the county, was here Friday. Mr. Sanford daily uCtpt S"DI1aJla, :
to be In the pink of condition. Davis advises young men to go t Luckiest Man in Arkansas. having come to Ocala a couple o! -
0"I years ago. A short South-Bound .
------ fanning. that he am the luckiest time since he went
He says has made 'man in Arkan Read Down SCHEDULE .. ;
gas." writes H. R. to Lakeland to accept a position. ;trtk ;
Chamberlain's Cough Remedy th more mOney In a Year on" the farm Bruno, '" .
Mother's Favorite. I I "since the restoration ,of my wife's :Mr. and :Mrs. McPherson \ :
than he made in any, two years In health after five years will leaveon 3 30 p. m. -- --
The soothing and healing proper pf continuous the -_ Jackaoorilie-.?, fiave
town that hay Is the coughing and bleeding from afternoon train for Lakeland 8 45 p. m. ...-. __ Arrive J DO"
of and -
this its !
ties .remedy pleasant taste says most and I owe the lungs to make ? 3 oo a, m. ..,.._, -M' l'al"ka. .-__.._ ....-MMM-L-wh..........._...leave -ijolSt. F : '
their _...
and prompt and permanent cures have profitable crop that he has grown. Joe worlds my good fortune to the home at that place. ,4 30 a. m. __ ,__ ... Astor ..._.........-...,_ :)
made It a favorite with people every- greatest medicine Dr. King's FrlncisM.... _..__----I............ .. j. .
k_ 'where. It Is especially prized by is an all round. up-to-date farmer. *ew Discovery for Consumption Arrive.. 8 30 a. tM.iZin.----- Bercsford ( LaDd i ?.._.. TTTII,. .. ._ 1"i no 9 .:
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mothers of ,small children, for colds, He has the latest and most up-to- which I know from experience "will has The Yellow Fever Germ 10 oo a. m.u; .jnr!! .-_ ........ F.Dl Sanford ..."""...."-.-...-...!...... ..'. '. u s, t.r .1
croup and whooping cough, as It always Cure consumption if taken in time. My recently been discovered. It bears GET:1tsL PASSENGElt r ri ........ ._ ..._ ..... ...... '. >J .
date and N
wife close
"'I i affords quick relief and as It Implements machinery improved with first bottle and resemblance to the malaria fever SICEEC-- -_ 122 BAYST JAS59S9'v" 1
other harmful among which is a gasoline twelve bottles completed garm. To tree the F.M" IRONMONGER ---- --'-- -- J :
contains no opium or engine, the cure- system from disease w. Ja.. A55't Gen' PaSL -
G. !
.drug It may b$ given as confidently which he uses for grinding the feed Cures the Borst coughs and colds Is germs. the most effective remedy COOPEit JL. Freight'Cbt. Agent, 131 Wbt Bn St.. ,.daoenllt': N'a .
er Dr. Co
a to a baby as to. liD adult :For sale by money refunded. At Tydings & Ring's' Xew Life Pills Guaranteed AC. HAGERTY. Foot of Hogan Sttd, JacksontfleFla P. r.. Vm.L. paptri"tcnucaC ,

all druggists for his stock. bottle Co.'s druggists free. c' and $LOO "Trial to poison cure and all diseases due to malarial THEO G. EGER GeU'1 General Eut'll Lass, Agt. New York CI.YUY M14Nlt. teaq Pr't. Aif. JIC, 1.

at Tydings & Co.constipation's '5 cis Manager WM. P. CLYDE &. CO", General ApeAO j
drug store, .
aw'y- m, Chesbrough
t Building, 19
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SARA ELIZABETH HARRIS, I MRS. CHARLES RHEINAUER i McPherson=eymour. t DO YOU WANT TO MAKE MONEY. II -1c ,,-"" ,:! ::-Li.s- -'f''I: '''J !iII


I II I At high noon Wednesday. February r The Jacksonville Development Com- $50,000.00

ABOUT TOWN I This, week.- has been a'particularly the fourteenth, Mr. Kenneth McPherson pany Offers Exceptional Op .' '. "" ,

gay .one in Ocala social circles and !I of Lakeland, andlIs5 Susie portunities. President T. T. Munroe. _'. .. .' ..

the Valentine reception given on Wed; Seymour, of this city were united in Vice-President Z. C. Cnambliss. .
Mr. Hateman of the Palmetto Stock In this issue of the Banner ,there
nesday afternoon by Mrs. Charles } marriage Rev. L. W. Moore officiat Cashier, J. B. Brooks.CENTRAL. '
farm, near this city. Is quite ill appears the advertisement of the Jack-
Rheinauer at her handsome home on ing. The marriage took place at the I
sonville Development Company, one
Fort King avenue certainly merited all home of the bride's parents. Mr, and
House Is having the best of
The'Ocala. the strong ,business and financial
the beautiful compliments bestowed Mrs. B. H. Seymour, in the northern
run in Its history. institutions of the state., In this advertisement -
fMrs. upon it by each and everyone of the limits of the city and the simple ceremony -
the company is offeringfor
two hundred and fifty guests, who attended which was witnessed by onlya .
J. II. Dean, of Plant City. Is in sale its desirable sub-division ,

the City the guest of her' sister, Mrs. ,I it. It was the largest and one few of the intimate friends of the known as Grand Park.

I, of the most brilliant. receptions that i iI young couple, was performed in the OF OCALA,
j; W. Crosby. I This sub-division is one of the most
.. has ever been given in Ocala. prettily decorated parlor. The young
promising pieces of property in or
MrRaymond Osteen. .of ,V/illiston, Palms, bamboo, ferns, cut flowers, bride was attired in her travelling .
around Jacksonville and is being offer- .
la In Ocala on a visit to his sister,, i and hearts innumerable had turned suit and was radiantly happy. DIRECTORS.
ed at a most reasonable price and on
"Y.t'. Marlow. i. this elegant home into a veritable After congratulations had been extended -
Mrs. most advantageous terms. +
I spot from fairy land. The handsomeand a wedding dinner was partakenof J. K. Christian, R. S. Hall
Grand Park Is high and dry, twen-
Mrs. Stelnheimer, of Atlanta Georgia elaborate decorations, the lights by the bride and groom and the Geo. Mackay T. T. Munroe
ty-five feet above the level of the St.
la visiting her daughter Mrs softly shaded in red, the beautiful and invited guests. H. A. Ford Z. C. Chambliss.
Johns river and is right at the great
Benjamin for a few weeks. attractively gowned, women, and the Mrs. McPherson is the oldest daughter -
terminals being constructed by the At-
splendid music rendered by Mr. Lean of Mr. and Mrs. Seymour. She has
-- I lantic and East Coast terminal com 1J ., -II
Safety Razor blades (Gillette) at Fishel, all combined to- make the afternoon ilved In Ocala all her life and was '1 2JL.;
pany. At Grand Park every freight .
the Post Office Drug Store, "50 cents one long to be remembered iri I graduated from the Ocala High School
train leaving the city of Jacksonvilleis
for a package of ten. x Ocala. last year. The young gentleman, who
to be made up and every passen- ,
,- Mrs. Rheinauer was very handsome has won her for a wife is a native of
train entering the city from the Furniture
I ger Ocala
Card games for salmagundi partiesto In ,a black,lace gown over white satin Scotland and came to Ocala a few Company;
north and west passes Grand Park.
be had at the Post Office drug and receiving with her were the two years ago. He is now living at Lake-
The great railway repair shops of all .
store. x guests-of-honor, Mrs. Gus Rheinauer land, where the young couple will
the roads is being constructed at
'. and her daughter Miss Ger- make their home. I
Grand Park and it has every promiseof
The Knights of the Maccabees will trude Rheinauer, of New York City, The Ocala Banner extends Its congratulations : -

organize a lodge in' this! city Friday and Mrs. M. Fishel and Mrs.. Herman and best wishes to, Mr. being one of the most active sub-- There is Nothing'1TooGood For You.'f: : '< !j

I urbs Jacksonville.. When it is con-
night. Benjamin, of this city. and Mrs. McPherson. ,-, '!'.
sidered that $3 cash and only 25 centsa :
Mrs. Rheinauer was also gowned in l

J. McLeod: of Welaka, was week will acquire one of these lots Cr 'v
Mr. L. handsome black silk and Miss Rhein Si Plunkard. .
it will be seen at a glance that the c
Among the callers at the Ocala Banner auer was lovely and piquant in a ---

office Wednesday. white net dress embroidered in pale All lovers of mirth'and music shouldsee proposition is a good one. That's a broad statement but it h ids good, for you will surely, re*, '_ -*.

blue and pink and trimmed quite elaborately Mr. J. C. Lewis, the character comedian gret buying cheap furniture. Now that does not mean that You': d.

Mrs. Carrie Long has returned home with satin ribbon. in the rural comedy drama Si Card Club Entertained. should pay an exhorbitant price f or your goods and if you would *-,
from a three week's visit to relatives Mrs. Benjamin's gown was a lovely Plunkard. which will appear at the Mrs know where you can get .the bes t goods at 'lower prices-than you \._* ':
William Anderson entertainedthe
and friends at Lake Sixteen. Martel creation of pale blue chiffon taffeta Marion Opera House Saturday night are paying some other place. -r {...
Married Ladies Card Club Wed- 1 -
and Cotton Plant and :Mrs. Fishel wore black silk with February 17. This laughable play is r :",: -' 'l ,
nesday afternoon at a beautiful Val
I trimimngs of lace. in four acts and depicts rural life in ; i (
entine party. The score cards were ,
Mr. E. T. Helvenston left Wednesday In the back parlor three visiting a realistic manner. The efforts of the ,

hr New; York City where he goesto girls were ffcssiving, They were Misg author has been to gjve.the!( play the exquisite valentines and In all the details Smith & Roberts '
this Idea was prettily carried cut ,
purchase the summer goods for the Florrie Crook, of Palatka, who wore : surroundings of realism that has madeIt +
Progressive whist was played and the 1-
i _'
Helvenston-Pasteur Company. white, as did also Miss Myrtle Lacu- one of the most delightful of stage ;;

-. man, of Chattanooga, Tennessee: and i productions. The story is that of a afternoon was exceedingly pleasantMrs. will taki pleasure in showing 'you the best goods at the lowest ;::1I
Charles S. Cullen was the for-
John Tubel has moved his grocery Miss Minnie Burroughs, of Jacksonville good, old fashioned couple on the price Everything in the furni ure line at consistent prices.
tunate winner of the pretty guest .
from the Montezuma ''
business who wore pink.In farm, whose home life and surround-

the store room in the Benus block the library, which was one of the ings. appeal with, peculiar tendernessto prize. i .

vacated by tha O.. K. Grocery.
recently auditor. During the play a
most prettily decorated rooms in the every Miss Enid Hutchinson, of Jackson- 0-0-0-0-0-0-0-0-0-0-0--0-0-0--:

house: Mrs. Mallory Liddon and Miss number of new and novel specialties ville, after a brief visit in Ocala with I 0 .

The 0. K. Grocery is going to offera Mattie Williams served the punch. will be introduced, including the two Now Open For The Season. '
Miss Mattie: and Carrie Williams, returned I I
prize to the farmers of :Marion children Irene and -
clever baby Spooner
Others assisting Mrs. Rheinauer in the home' Wednesday night Miss
county. Watch for their add-its worth little Arletta Lewis presenting a pro- 0o O -
different rooms were Mrs. G. S. Scott, Carrie Williams accompanied her
1 your "while. unexcelled for fun originalityand THE OGAtA HOUSE
Mrs C. V. Miller, Misses Sara Harris gram : home for a visit of two weeks, after

Valeta Potter, Gertrude Pereda, Sarah novelties, giving, you an eveningof -1 ,
George which she will return to her home at

The'many friends of Mrs. McCreery and Mrs. E. L. Carney.In enjoyment that you will not soon i Live Oak. Miss Williams has spent o 0I 0o I II
learn that OCALA, FLORIDA. ?|
R. McKean will regret '
forget. Matinee, 2 o'clock p. m. .
the dining room the decorationswere I -
I the past in Ocala with her sisters .
year i
she is.very ill and hope that her ill- ____ .
especially elaborate and lovely. I II -J-- Mrs. R. S. Hall and Miss Mattie i o Large, Airy, W ell F umished Sleeping Rooms I
ness will be of short duration. I. Miss Harris Entertains at. Hearts. ,
The serving table was a work of art. Williams and she will be greatly miss- I 0
-- Tables Supplied with Everything in Season.
, In the center of the table was a heart ed by the young people of our city; .
Mr. Edd, Ditto of St. Augustine o'clock o I
at ten
Wednesday morning ,
Messrs.W. built of feathery ferns, the outer rim who hope that it will not be long be- Splendid Drives-Only five miles from the famous Silver Springs
visiting his father and brother, :Miss Sara Harris was the hostess at I o,
of the heart being beautiful car- ofre she returns to Ocala. Easily accessible, from all parts of the state.
a and Frank Ditto, in this city nations. Draping the chandelier were a Valentine Card party, which she 0 I?

for a few days. in to her sister, Irs.W' I.ol
dainty vines and a tiny cupid shooting gave Mr. A. R. Harper and his assistantswere I
--- her Miss ORATES: 75c. to $1.50 per day. : :
suspended from the lights. H. Powers and guest, olo"
arrows was kept quite busy yesterday show- .
Standley & Company sold over one j Weekly Rates American Plan '
of Jacksonville. on
Minnie Burroughs,
har- White tulle decorated with silver ing the :Manuel Piano Player which I ,
worth of heavy
thousand dollars
ness in one day the latter part of last hearts starting at the chandelier, Only the unmarried set were enter- they have on exhibition at the armory. 0 Write for Descriptive Pamphlet. o"o I II.
the for the morningwas
were caught to the four corners of tained and game Ej-erybody who saw it in operation 1 I.
'week, entirely to the retail trade. hearts. There, were four tables D. C. EDWARDS, Prop. C. M. WHITESIDE, Manager. -
... the tables ith bunches of hearts.Irs.. seemed to think it just about the best O 1

For Sale-Two building lots near W. S. Bullock and Mrs. W, Newsom and the scores were marked on heart instrument of its kind they had ever 0-0-0-0-0-0-00-0-0-0-0-0-0- i

Leroy, Marion county Fla. I Splendid poured the chocolate and coffee and shaped valentines by Miss Harris and seen. Mr. Harper disposed of two of .
Miss Louise Harris. The first prize, -
and assisting them in- the dining room his pianos yesterday with several
place for raisin gearly vegetables
fruits for the northern market For were Misses Meta Jewett, Pauline Sul- a pair of silk stock'ings, was won by sales yet In sight. Lidgerwood Hoisting Engines. Cablewayand Conveying Devices -

Annie Davis and Miss Barco and the booby prize, a silver for Contractors
livan, Emily Ford Pile-Driving Bridge Building Logging
further particulars write to II. A. Hyle Miss Williamsand ;;

Redwood Jeff., Co. N. Y. 2-16-3t. Mamie Taylor. file was given to fruit salad and Pittman's auction sale starts Sat- Quarry and Mine Duty. Standard for Quality > ,
after the games urday, February 17.
The heart conceit so appropriate
-. and Duty. Over24,000 In Usc. : .
coffee was served.
lion. James Barco. of Ocala, is to the day, .was. also seen in tae cakes, Mrs. Carney to Entertain.On .
the candies, and ices and in fact every- Miss Harris' guests were Mrs. Pow- -- Write for special catalogues -,,
as -
spending several days in Tampa Miss Esther Saturday afternoon, Mrs. E. L. _.
ers, Miss Burroughs
guest of' his brother, B. B. Barco. in where one looked and everyway one Carney will entertain a number of theyoung' I

of the turned were hearts galore.Cunning Weathers, Miss Sue Barco, Miss Mary THE CAMERON & BERKLEY CO.
Hyde' park. Mr, Barco is one comic valentines were giv- Anderson, Miss Valeta Potter, Miss ladies in compliment to Miss ;

leading financiers of the state-Tampa Emil Ford Miss Meta Jewett Miss Addie Hansbrough, of Elizabethtown, CHARLESTON, S. C. "--' '. -
Tribune. en to the guests as souvenirs of this Ky. .: c'
Miss Annie Davis, :
enjoyable afternoon and Mrs. Rhein- Ethel Robinson -

to be proudof Miss Gertrude Pereda, Miss Mattie F. G. HOFFMAN ,
and down auer has every reason
Visitors who have been up beautiful Williams, Miss Florence Walters, Miss Pittman's auction sale starts Sat- Florda Representative. Phona 20C. Sav '/' Hotel Ocala, Flonc'a. .
the East and West Coast say that the success of her recep- urday, February 17.
Myrtle Lachraan of Chattanooga, :Miss
Ocala is altogether the best town tion. t I
Gertrude Rheinauer of New York, and
they have seen in Florida and her -
Miss Enid Hutchinson, of Jackson-
A Handle Factory.Mr.
hotels rank with the best and her r

stores are revelations of enterprise. Jensen -until very recently ville.Miss Harris will give a. tea on Fri- r'r'We

Dr! Hy Robinson, of Jcaksonville, foreman of the Atlantic Coast Line day afternoon for Miss Burroughs and Must Have Room!

president of the Commercial bank in carpenter force is thinking of start- Mrs. Powers, at which she will enter-

in Ocala to manufactureax tain the young married ladies.
Jacksonville and this city, has been a ing a factory i

visitor to Ocala during the week looking handles, pick handles hatchet han- --- iI I
Pittman's auction sale starts Saturday
handles and all other sorts
after his Interests here. dles, broom February "17.

--- of handles. ON ACCOUNT OF '

The Postoffice drug: store sold out Mr. Jensen says that we have tim- Older Time .

every valentine in stock Wednesdaytwo berin abundance for this sort of a '. THE DAILY ARRIVAL .,r .' ,,.-:
smaller than it is .
the When Ocala was
to put
is willing up
. day's advertising In The Ocala factory and he
manufacturethe now, when everybody knew everybody, .
the timber, -' -
Still some people mill, buy :
- Banner did the work. OF OUR BIG LINE OF :
if the merchants of Ocala Mr. William A. Mosely, of Prosperity
say-well there's no use in telling handles, '
to market the outputIt S. C., his brother-in-law, and his sister I '
what they say, for its an old saying will undertake I i ;
time been said that Mr. and Mrs. Moffatt spent the I -l.
has a
of the "go-slows. ,

:., Mr, E. J. Johnson, one of the pros- what industries.Ocala Here needs Is is an manufacturing opportunity to winter friends in here.Ocala and made many j f E I Sprinj G"oods.!,

s That has been thirty years ago. Mr. I
wedge ar
fi:: and progressive citizens of the Daisy secure one-perhaps an entering !i y

section,made the Banner office a pleas- for the introduction of others. We Mosely is again a visitor here and 1 1I

made the editor of this a pleas-
i. will be secured paper
; : : ant call Wednesday, and reports everybody hope that this factory .

In the eastern part of the and all others that come our way. ant visit yesterday afternoon. When he I .....

began to call over the names of per- -
county doing weL I .'
Manager Sylvester informs us that sons living here then who have since I I

died or moved it is surprisingwhat I SELLING i:.::t, '
the away ARE
little attraction for opera WE
Iff )!rs. W :\. Collier and her he has an
the com- a revolution has taken place.Mr 1 :, ;
-- son, W A. Collier, jr., of Tuscaloosa, house for every night during L : "
Wednesday. Monday Mosely owns a large body of .' -. '.' < : ,c. : -
:( Alabama, who have been spending the ing week except I .* .,- :,
timber land between Ocala and Dun- -
, Past month in Ocala with Mrs. Collier's night an elocutionist; Tuesday OF WINTER GOODS -c .
Thursday nellon and some property.also in Citrus i --
of Sin
, mother, Mrs E. Van Hood, left night, ; ;
. ,
. ,which he to AT ACTUAL COST.
Wednesday for their home. Friday and Saturday nights, "The county comes dispose -

-- Pickets;" the later company will also of :

Time has dealt with him most kindly :1
,. Col, and Mrs. W. S. West and Misses give a matinee Saturday afternoon.
and he is wearing his well,
'7.: {amle and Elizabeth Coffee of Val- years i 1
Lost Strayed or Stolen. and is now as he was thirty years i THE BOSTON STORE
;.,:. costa Georgia, who have been spend- : '
a pleasant entertaining and affable -
collie dog answers to ago :
r ,-Inj: the past month at Levon,. the One large ; I
gentleman.Pittman's .
A suitable reward -
of "Don
the name
:'rSUest3 of Dr..and Mrs. Horace Reeves. i

.>. -Passed through Ocala Wednesday on will be' paid for recovery. Mun-
auction sale starts' Sat-
heir-way home. roe & Chambliss. urday, February 17. ,' ?" ., -- '''-N--L'.< -.-
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.t GE SIX. THE OCAL A- '.&iiRfeDrDIrAV! FEBRUARY 16. 1906. '\

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: FEDERAL GOVERNMENT. I In order to protect a few hogsheads 1TH11ITCHINGHUM
The 'Ocala Banner, which is urging The purchaser of' the controlling Interest of tobacco grown in Gadsden county, WilD
:. FRANK HARRIS Editor. the adoption of national road buildIng In the Atlanta News offers to :Florida's entire delegation in congress
: In fact there is doubt but that
should know that should such a no abandoned the principles advocated by
: P., V. Leavengood, Business Manager. method of, building the roads in the the general government has gone farther let John Temple Graves come backto the democratic party for the past
-. country come into vogue the strong In the improvement of so-called the tripod if he will only agree to hundred years or more. and voted
communities in the thickly populated rivers in some of the states than Ithad be good and be guided by Business with the republicans. They have not "

., states would be the first served and any business to go, and it shouldbe Manager Daniel. Thus Is being given ,either party a "square deal." if
p.-. always get the lion's share of all appropriations the duty of the Banner and the broken down step by step the Independence they are going to remain membersof
for such work. States News and all other democratic papersto ,of the sanctum by the insidious the<< democratic party they should .
like Florida with a small representation protest against such misappropriations encroachment of the counting vote against protection. If they are
In congress would fare mighty of public money. Pensacola room. Do you suppose Horace going to, vote for protection they =S
slim and the more populous sections New Greeley would haye permitted the advertising should have the courage to become Eruption Broke Out in Spots]
like Duval county get the most of that solicitor of the Tribune to
r No do not think members of the republican party.-
we so. Over Body-Caused
small pittance. Interior like come up stairs and tell him what not Ocala Banner. a
Ocala, with almost no representationin We think that if a big river becomes to write? In these degenerate days "Protection democrats" is the true -
congress, would probably fare the advertising solicitor is a bigger the almost innumerable Itching Years-Do
f : the object and solicitude of the general name of one of
? worse in the distribution of appro- man and the editor smaller man in They 4
& varieties now vogue.
priations for road building than they government all the rivers of the 1 I than they used to be. The courts have the advantage of most of the Medicine Did no Good-Cur

do in the matter ,of public buildings. country, ought to have its watchful confirm it judicially.-Tampa Times. -not
-Pensacola News. l I IJ other varieties in that they are Expense of only $1,25 and !
care. The above Is hardly a fair state- ; Infected with populist ideas, and advocate -
We do not know so much about this, protection from a sincere desire -
The Ocala Banner does not believe] J ment. I I
Florida has faired well :with her to benefit their constituents,
In making fish of one and fowl of an- Mr. Horace Greeley owned his own argument being; Why should the people -
seaport cities. She has received THANKS CUTICURAFOR
appropriations -
sections of the country -
other. It does not believe that any newspaper, and consequently, was his of republican -
for the Improvement of alone enjoy all the advantages involved -
Motto: The Banner, believing those Cuniberland Sound at }Fernandina for single member of .a family should be own boss. in a doctrine which continuesto COMPLETE Cl

: ?< the top well able ta take care of given the "coat of many colors" and MrGraves does not cKvn the newspaper prevail as a fixed element in national -
themselves, has taken its stand in the the improvement of the St. Johns policy-St. Augustin Record. I j
: the other members of the same familybe which he edits, and, when he
Jbarricades with the common people river and the deepening of the harbor given no coat at all. accepted the position, he agreed to They should no more enjoy these "Some time ago I wrote yotrn

and its fight will be made for the bet at Mayport the harbors at Mi- advantages than any section of our book on the Cuticura Rem di a,-
terment Favoritism of this kind produces abide by certain stipulations known received it (X K. and went
of those at the bottom. am!, Tampa Bay Pensa'coUu Apalachicola should the and b M,
envy and Jealousy and leads to evil I officially as "articles of agreement"His country enjoy advantages ths Soap,Ointment, and KIk The
etc.. and now. Carrabelle and )( |
thoughts, and sometimes to the commission partners claim that he had violated of good roads because that section of me more good than any medicine I ej

1:. FRIDAY, FEBRUARY 16, 1906. Port Inglis are coming in for their of evil deeds. one or more of these articles of the country favors the principle-- used. Theycured me of iny skin diaga
share all of which we think entirely and I am very thankful to .,
volved in aid of the to ij
in government name,
If the Hudson river becomes the agreement and the courts were
right and we favor these appro- trouble was eruption of the skin,
: It is currently reported on the priations. heart and soul. care of the federal government and it yoked to compel him to abide by over another section which does not broke out in spots all over my boh

: streets that the express office at Pa- Florida appropriates money to improve It, them. He was asked to do nothing favor this principle. and caused a continual itching sriij
has also received
.I iatka was robbed of a large sum of large then every other river in the land has except what he. in good faith, had No legislation should be advantageous nearly! drove me wild at times I Iimedicme
: appropriations for public buildings at of a doctor, but it did not
money a few night ago. a right to make a demand on the government promised to do. to one section over another section came
and when I in
Tampa acksonville and Pensacola, and I saw a japer yoj
; -- to If Mr. Horace Greeley had been similarly whatever might be the opinions
4 Fernandina has just received an appropriation for like aid in proportion ad., I sent to: you for the Cuticura Sow1

The man who pays his debts ranks of $100,000 for the erectionof its importance. situated in all probability he of the people residing in those sec and I studied my case in it. I tla

:. 'high in a community. Such a man I If the general government builds a would have been put through the tions. There should be no sectional went to the drug store and bought a public building there. Indeed, all cake of Cuticura Soap one box of
: has character and of treatment. and would legislation. Every community in every Oi;
standing and he is postoffice building in New York City same ourse
of our seaport cities aie receiving the ticura Ointment, and one vial of
never without !rlends.-Apalachocola watchful care of our representatives then It should build a post office building have been compelled to swallow the part of the country should be fed cura Pills. From the first applj tii

: Times.. in Congress. proportion. to its needs in every same medicine or step down and out. out of the same spoon. A political I received relief. I used the first Ii

...- I We other city in every other state in the If. for instance the editor of the party that will make one law for one and two extra cakes of Cuticura Soq
may say by of parenthesis
way and was completely cured. I Is
Congressman and the s section and not permit it to toall
Mrs. NicholasLongwortb union. Ocala Banner were to accept position apply
that Senator Mallory's home is at Pen- suffered for two years, and I agsj
expect to spend their sacola; Senator Taliaferro's home Is This should not be a government of of editor of the Tampa Times sections,' is unworthy of the confidence -' thank Cuticura for my cure If 1i

honeymoon In Florida. Senator f and to that he of our American wish this.
Elkins at Jacksonville; Congressman Spark- avoritism.I were sign a contract republic. you may publish la:

( has placed his private car at their man's home Is at It ,should be in perfect harmony and I would advocate the policy of the fed- F If the policy of protection is to prevail friend forever, ClaudeN..JohnsoaiIad
Tampa. \ Grove Farm, R. F. D.2, Walnut Ka
disposal with itself. 1 out the it should be general in its -
I Now, that we have two congressmen agreement era government cleaning application. June 15, 1905.'*

1 I from the interior towit: Congressman If it gives aid to rivers and harbors snags of every little 'measly river in If the policy of free trade Iso J

Some are, wondering why Mr. Hill- Frank Clark of oh the theory that it facilitates and L the land upon the theory that it t prevail it also should be general in
City, and Con-
: man 'refused to be a candidate for ITCH ITCH ITCHIJ
the gressman William B. Lamar:, of Mone traffic and commerce it: would facilitate our commerce but its application.This

governorship., Xo doubt it is because ticello, the interior may hope. for some- should"also give aid to public highways should refuse to favor governmental is the only way a great prin- SCRATCH! SCRATCh! SCRATCH! This

he prefers making land deals to thing. on the same theory, because the aid for good roads, although that cipal is to be measured.. the condition of thousands of skln-fii:

.: political "deals."-Palatka Herald. Congressman Clark_ is already clamoring agriculturalists of the country promote wouldlikewise facilitate 'commerceand tured men, women, and children, ti i

--c.- -- for Its interests as much so as ship benefit a larger class of citizens, Getting Busy. may be instantly relieved and gpeedj
; The Investment by the county com appropriations for good cured by warm baths with Cuticura&ij
owners. he would be -'
roads. This,is the compelled under the "ar
entering If
-: missioners of Marion we/je. and gentle applications of Cuticurafe
"in illustrated county of $150 all congressmen are alike trua to their The people living in the interior of ticles of agreement" to:advO<'ate the Just as the Ocala Banner pronounced ment, the great ,Skin Cure, and &i
page advertisement interior constituents: we shall have the United States fonn a very large one and oppose the other.In the Florida Railway Commission doses of Cuticura Resolve Pills,vk:

r In the Chicago Breeders' Gazatte'is national highways and all the blessings part of its pppulation and they are other words he would have to worthless. that institution gets busy ,physicians and all else fail. f
:- yielding excellent Sold the world. Cotton ..
fruit. constituting throughout 8otp.StS;
1: that attach to them. now beginning to set up a cry for recognition sink his individual opinions and put stick the Seaboard Air Line with ment,Kc, KewlTeiit We. lID form of Ctunrii tot
valuable object lesson for other counties }tlI.!be.per\ &!of 60),may be bid of all draggi:*.-i
-- that will not down. himself in harniony with the policy of three $100 fines for violating the tingle Kt often cure foner Dns tt Ctsu.Cep,-
of the state. 80<<.' Maa.
-Titusville Star. !'ru
All for Rivers and Harbors. The people of the interior are beginning the paper and carry out the views of :'rules orders the Atlantic Coast Lineto ..sflAbost the SkJD.Sca1pItI4

: --1- -- to grow tired of being fed on its owners. enlarge the passenger waiting room --- -
.Lakeland girl who has been :
married The Leesburg Commercial thoughtfully husks while all the fine flour is fed -.. at Interlachen and is about to con- BLIND JUSTICE.

about a year and gone awaY' tp remarks upon the advantages t to. the seaport cities. The Populist and the Democratic :sider the advisability of telling the -
live writes back to her mother "if I Florida possesses in having Hon. S. The ancients
had M. Sparkman as a member of the We cry aloud for a square deal. Primaries. :Seaboard people to furnish better depot represented JBblindfolded
It to
go over I would'nt let .
:you House Committee _
on Rivers
and lIar-
; ] facilities at Wildwood. Don't evenly balancing a
do so" much of the work." If all girls bors, and Senator: Mallory as a mem- you
ber of the The Parcels Post and Local Trade. The Populists constitute a very 4 call that work-Like Oak DemocratYet cales.
corresponding Senate :
were to think about it they would not committee J large element of the white voters of

let mother do so much work or father "We are- reminded on commerce that some and weeks adds 1 the state. It is the unmistakable purpose but this is not equalizing the We think this c"imeiit:01 did et

Thousands of dollars ire annually J 1 of a certain nnliHfnl fn 'tinn tn j freight rates. It is not _nuttinsr_ the____ Interior _- I : \
so bills. ago a rObust champion or air.. Lamar n to the I
pay it.1
many -Tampa Times. who
virtually destroy l; ir- C'tIj't'\t'.J 1
mentioned the manifold things he was spent by citizens of Pensacola with on of the available on a par with the sea coast. .
going to do for strength of the white people by means that those who deal
Pensacola out
harbor, and local houses in
older other cities and It is not
: excluding from the helping the interior
Democratic '
The mer
many friends throughout the the blessings that were to follow in primary should have
no official knu Igj
state of lIon. W. Z. Zewadski the train of his energies. At a mat- local trade suffers to the extent of the Populists who have already chant. It is not helping the vegetable ie<
regret ter of fact Mr. Lamar, not being these purchases. A New York returned to the party, as well as those L the person before them. The judgf
a state
shipper. We
to learn of his intention of leaving S member of the committee, is as pow- who desire to do so.-Atlanta Journal. are not asking for higher the bench is not to know whethe'

:' Xcala and making his future home erless to do anything for Pensacola exchange I recently published the following The populists have no more right to freight rates nor lower freight is

.: : In Illinois. Mr. Zewadski has harbor, or any other harbor river article upon the subject, whichis take part In a democratic primary rates. We are asking for an equalityof person humble or great cons;
long creek, or canal as the ghost of Ham- worthy of the careful ous or obscure, rich 01' poor,
-: been prominent in Florida affairs and let or the recumbent figure of the late considerationof than have the republicans. We do not freight rates. We are asking fora brown '
yellow or rel. He slgf
the Pensacola is
his removal \\ill be a distinct loss not Patrick Henry. Anyone with the Information purchasers. see why they would have any desireto square deal. We don't want the
of a half-baked Chinese Mail order to measure out juatite dccordin|
buying builds :
only to Marjon county but to the idol knows that legislation is conduc- up the do so. A democrat never thinks of spigot stopped up if the bung nola Is the
small citie sand merits uf the case ,.nd the for
state.-Palatka Herald. ted in committee rooms, and it is up- towns. Every dollar. takin? part in a populist convention to be left open. v
on the recommendation of a committee used in this way by a resident of this I in innocence' of the offender 1
or -
'i ----' a republican comentioji. Th'eyhave 3
the House
Senate bases Our
its community takes a dollar out of circulation The worst thing that is railroad commissioners, ia.1inr :,
A IlantnatLve to Japan, which .fur- action. -St AuguAine Record. no desire to regulate any other now brought

S : .. nlshes a sort of vegetable leather, is It is all right for our senators andrepresentatives at home and puts it Into 'cir than their own household.Mr. against Noah, is, that he failed to folded freight rates should do .o bU!

i being introduced Into the United in congress to work I culatlon many miles Distant Tom Watson, who is at the head provide a place in the ark for his as justice is balancing!
I The dollar scales equally between
States. The Inner bark of this plant with might and main for our rivers spent with your home of the populist party in the United mother-in-law. the interior
: giocer, dry goods the sea port cities. \
'- after being subjected to a certain process and harbors but they should likewise dealer, hardware States, and, who is trying to direct the

5- becomes as tough as French kid. remember that there is an Interior section merchant druggist or other business affairs of the democratic primaries in I The commissioners should bare
- man upholds the official knowledge of what Is too i
S 50 translucent that one can see in Florida inhabited by 'an agri- community tin Georgia, has not returned to the dem-
which you live. These as water transportation and vs:
: through It, and it is as liable and soft cultural population that needs good men pataxes ocratic party and has no desire to do.. SEEDTIME
to competition. J
is calf skin. roads more than. good rivers and who support the town repair the streets so. Indeed he lets no opportunity pass : '

have been entirely unnoticed by our I maintain the schools, and build up to belittle the democratic party, and I I 'I The commissioners should have:::

Again and again asks the agricul- law makers. I and sustain the churches. Do the mall frails it as far as he is able, hip and i knowledge of these things bees

:' tural ,newspapers of the country? This large class of people are now ,order houses ever subscribe to the thigh.A they are not elected for this pun*

-- -- 6 "what shall we do when our timber crying to be fed out of the same spoon building fund whenever a new churchis demociatic primary in Georgiaand IL __ The railroad commissioners of fl

- is exhausted?" Our that to be made? If you are active in Ida have nothing to do with fis
,timber ought not._ has been so liberal to every anywhere else ought to be a -

: tQ be permitted to become_ exhausted. measiey] little river In the land. any good work for the benefit of the democratic primary. It should be restricted te experienced farmer marine rates. They are not ste '

As soon as the timber is taken from We also have; cities in the interior cummunlty who would you go to for to members of its own house- has learned that boat nor steamship commissioners. .

: the land it should immediately be replaced none of which Tallahassee perhaps ,financial aid, the local business men hold. grains some They have tnly to deal with thf
require far
with other timber. This is a excepted, that has a government build or the mail order houses In the far distant ent soil than differ- on the land and have nothing at
,matter that appeals strongly for legis cities? AN ELOQUENT TRIBUTE.One ; to do with ships or things at sea. ..
ing.The some need differ-
Let us look at the ,
situation ---
interior broadly.It
/ going from this timeon enthandlin than
's- is not short sited selfishness of the most For Railroad Commissioner. -
- to set upa cry for recognition. that eloquent tributes to He knows that

As Js the happy custom of the --.oJ _. prompts us tu send our money and the memory of the late General Joseph deal a great 4-

' -- xveather the late cold dip evaded the Accuses Us of Dodging. trade to the mail order houses? Reciprocity Wheeler was that uttered by a New \ depends upon right "Monk" Harrison-e\eivbodv km

- : direct route to Florida and Jet us en- is a saving element, dictates, York minister, Rev. Dr. Stires, who time planting &t the right Ionk"- is undergoing tbp giooia _

': ',j"y as balmy a February as ever Starting out with the proposition that we all work together for our common said: and that: the soil process preparatory to entering .

-: blessed any clime. One of the incidental that Congressman to be crowned Clark with might a laurel deserve good and the community at large. "This is one of the greatest occasions No must use be of 1: -pt enriched. race for railroad commis<5ionei. M.

results will be .the early arrival wreath provided his efforts were successful Besides the local dealers can keep i|I I of our lives. For we are met to ''in complaining be something In this job so nu

'of a large number in -getting the national government stock and order grades honor the of summer about a mistake wanting it.
of denizens of to build in most lines !'! memory a rare man. I -Madison New Euterpr
good roads in Florida made in the
: the frozen north on a pilgrimage to the Ocala editor has dodged from of goods if you must have that grade\I do not speak to youof him principally Decide spring. The people of the interior wo ,

;; get rid of their coughs and chilblains. one that proposition it has been to another impossible so to rapidly of merchandise and can sell them to J}i as a citizen, statesman soldier, is planted.befcre tie seed like to know what there is in It

Florida Is ameliorative of coughs and a fair shot at him. The last glimpse get you at mail order prices. In instancesthe : for the mere record of deeds is them? *

_-- a ,sure cure' for chilblains.-Tampa at we the got of him he was taking a lick mail order prices quoted you but I far more eloquent than any praise of S We best time to rem.

i_ Times. giving Ocala railroad cheaper commissioners rates. It for Is evident not- the mail order houses Is the result of ours could be. It is of the man I dy wasting conditions in Live for something. Do good ai',"
-- that the Banner man believes Un- violated contracts and chicanery think at this hour. Was he entitledto human body is be- leave. behind you a monument of f

The term of Messrs. Burr andS cle Sam of to be the good great giver and dispenser which have no place in an honest be called great? It is not difficult fore the evil 13 tco deep tue that the storm of time can ae'

- Browne as railroad commissioners will body wants.-Pensacola every thing Xews.that any : merchant's business.-Ponsacola Jour- for you to decide. He was distin- rooted. At the first evidence destroy. Write your name in kini'

S -S expire with the present year. Their If this paper has dodged any ques- nal. guished by courage without rashness of loss of flesh ness hove and mercy on .the heart3

- S successors are to be nominated' at the tion that the News has propounded, by wisdom without pride, ,br gentle f Scott's Emulsionshould 'I thousands you come in contact wi

i approaching primary election and we are not I The Ocala Banner wnnh n f"11.1 ness without weakness hv nttt..n": .. year by fori
_. aware of It. building there for-- '''- '- i r--'_ _" I year; you will never be ,

mtric is
: will be a lively scramble for the places.E. cheaper" freight rates as for equal of Newi.warships to come here.-Pensacola which always leaned toward. mercy. diately. There is noth- ,be legible 'on the hearts you te '

B.. Bailey, of Monticello, announces freight rates. Our contention is for a No. He honored man, he trusted and to ing that will repair behind as the stars on the brow ofi

.:: himself a candidate and X H. Harrison square deal. We want the interior public The Ocala Banner asks for a every man he was ready to give his wasted tissue more the evening. Good deeds will shine &L

S of Lake City and Royal C. Dunn cities placed on an equality with the that Pensacola building for the same' reason time, his substance his heart. The quickly or replace lost the stars of heaven.Chalmers. ':

of Madison have been mentioned by seaport cities. We are only asking fora building. asked for a public North gives him unstinted honor. The flesh more abundantly

some of the newspapers.. -Starke Tele- fair fight and nothing more. If we for the It wants a federal buildIng South, even in her grief is proud of than Scott's Emulsion. The local politicians throughout tb.:
purpose of conducting the
graph. are placed on an equality with our federal business her ever loyal son. Cuba for whose It nourishes and buildsup state are beginning to "sit up and tt
therein. For the
seaport cItIes, we are willing to abide purpose of freedom he fought sobs out her giief the body when ordi- notice." The chairman of the st$ ,

; Mr. Morgan,, a Georgia humorist by Horace Greeley's famous motto, receiving and distributingthe across the waves, and the whole world nary foods absolutely committee has requested expressii '
mails. For holding the federal
comes forward wit; the statement that pauses for fail.
"Root hog ." a moment of
ordie. iourt. Public today to declare opinion on the date of the pli-,
-k buildings, at the. expense -
there Is nothing under that
new : the sun. In asking for an equality of freight of the this was indeed man. Let Well stndyoa* mary, and there are indications of I,
government have been simple free
: He avers that Adamwas the author there be little of
rates we are asking for sadness here. -
nothing but We I general stirring 1 bat
erected for this in are up of that useful
purpose nearly every ,
of "Just One Girl. He not -- I
says that
fair commemorating
treatment and what a defeat
justly be- sea port city in the land. We ; it is a Be sure that somewhat mythical utensil known II::
: Mrs. Eve victory of this
sat late -
never up at longs to -- life-the triumph I picture
us. in "the :
want of a noble ; the form political .4.Ilt.
to be fed out of this dinner-pot"
--S.- same spoon. ,
I ; ofa1abe1jo
nights for fear that Adam would falloff I tte
Us line
I wrapper of Record.
the water wagon. He says further A man's legs, reaching from his ,- I bottle of Eznulsion every '!
bodyto ,
Editor of
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that the fact that Cain got married Congressman Lamar -J
I the ground are long enough for all made a notable The Senate iI
Herald is at his! best when he is saying speech In has passed a bill
Jimited and circumscribed as he was, practical but congress this .f:
purposes measuring week on the propriating UOQ.OOO
up about for
pretty things his neighbors. the erection
;S- proves that anybody can get married, to the eternal fitness of railroad rate question. Lamar
things BOWNE a
a is public ,
newspaper lie has a pretty way of tossing them taking building at Fernandina fe"
who wants. wife. That Noah did not should never be wider than a leading part In affairs CHEMISTS
its flowers and every flower Is as prettyas at the are glad of it. Fernandina gets
i do ,worse, than other sailors,have done length. It is too much out of national capital and Is w 409 Pearl Street a"I'
the establishing more than *
It Is sweet and as she
sweet as It is ought to have ,
-S- the world over-he got on a Jag. l science of proportion. pretty. I I self.quite-an enjoyable reputation for him. NEW YORK Fernandina Is no larger than some .f'
Madison 50c.ands
Recorder. -' ;
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I of one and crow of the other!

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Sales at their sure corner S. Magnolia street and Ft. King( Ave.

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These Lots'will Go on Sale Thursday Morning February 15, at o'clock.. Positively not a Lot will be Assigned to a Purchaser before. that time. The Jackson!:

Development Company will Positively Increase the Values of Grand Park Lots 25 per cent. Within Ninety Days. :3



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FREE!! FREE! FREE! Date. .......... .. .. .. ............ ... .. .. 1
t TO ENCOURAGE BUILDING AND TO STIMULATE THE SALE OF The Jacksonville Development Company,Jacksonville, Fla. -

BUILD FREE: OF CHARGE TO EVERY TWO HUNDREDTH PURL Sirs:Enclosed find $--, first payment on lots in Gwn

CASHIER OF THE COMPANY A COTTAGE NOT TO COST LESS Park, which you offer at $50, on the basis of $3 cash and $J 'a month. j

HUNDREDTH, FOUR HUNDREDTH, SIX HUNDREDTH, EIGHT i HUN- Signed .. ......-t. .... ... .'... .... . .. .....J

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If it ts not convenient for you to visit the property we will be glad to make a selection for you. We' regard one section of this tract just as valuable as another and tl

assign; you what we regard to be the best lot upon ''receipt of your order, as per attached coupon. j



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: The I. I. Fund Muddle. to disclose the real status and possibilities Confederate Generals. Bahia Honda. r
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I of the Broward drainage ,- It SSSSSS" i.-r....
Yielding, apparently to a popular scheme. 0ne of these, by Civil Engi- The death of Gen. Joseph Wheeler, A letter received from up the state .

I demand for information concerning its neer Christopher :Maling, an expert of leaves only three surviving lieutenant says that preparations are being made : %
r ''transactions the board of trustees of world wide fame, sets forth the mani- generals of the Confederate army for the establishment of the largest LOOK FOR Old! Joe

fest impossibility of securing practicaland Stewart, Lee and BucL-er-all the full camp on the keys at Bahia Honda, Intact I
the International Improvement Fund THE SEAL Old Harevst
valuable results therefrom and generals being dead. R. .F. Hoke of it might be Inferred that there .
' :f :. >Mas departed from its. previous cus- demonstrating the fact that the low- North Carolina is the ranking major will be a small city there. Old McBrayef '
tom of making an abbreviated and ering of the water level of Lake general and the survivors with him Material is now being secured for .

,;,.' purely perfunctory report every two Okeechobee four feet, requiring a main are G. W. C. Lee, Thomas L. Rosser. the building of a dock at that place Mark Rogers

. .;Years. and has made public a statement canal 150 feet wide with fifty miles in Lunsford L. Lomax, Samuel G. French. and several large storehouses are to t ..
jhl I iN
i length, with leathern :M. C. Butler and Evander Mclver be erected I o ,
,. purporting in detail an account drains, would ineffectually as soon as the material can Old Charters/ ;
of its proceedings for the calandar "reclaim" only a small Law. Of the surviving brigadier gen- J be carried there. ?

;year 1905. It is, in fact, an apparent I area of the vast region now covered erals, I know of only Prior, Thomas, It is thought that the improvementsat fitt. Vernon,

; purpose, a special plea in support of I I r or partially covered by waiter throughout Gordon Shelly, Harrison, "Robertson, Bahia Honda will excel everything .
: the attitude of .the board of drainage a large portion of the year. BOJTSS. Cox, Evans, Cosby, Capers, except the terminal 'facilities at Key .
commissioners authorized under It' is an exceedingly interesting Iverson, Scales, Roberts, Lowry, West, and it Is now strongly argued (I Cascade and

.' the act of the last legislature, with : proposition which confronts, the board Wright, Cummings, Lyon, Duke, Lane, that there will be a hotel or club room .
special; reference ,to the Everglades Have these officials the right under'; Morgan, Pettus. :Ferguson, Nichols, at that place. i Other High

a ,: drainge scheme. existing laws to use the moneys of the Miller, and perhaps Govan. This, I This% is the only place along, the .

With a fine show of candor the fund for the drainage of the everglades think is the living remnant of nearly keys where there is deep water, andit .

; board gives .the statistics of the or are they bound, by the act five hundred Confederate brigadiers.A is an ideal spot for a rendezvousfor Grade Whisks*

"swanp and overflowed" land fund I of 1903 (aside from any issue arisingin few years ago the halls of con- pleasure yachts.-Key West Inter- ..
and the of the litigation gress were said to be full of "Confed- Ocean, 'An
referred to
proceeds the sales of such ) to dis- : Unexpected Visitor.
'. lands, showing; that, there are on hand I tribute the moneys on hand, and the erate Brigadiers," but today there is I I! -
2,980,239.46 aces of said lands and proceeds of. future sales, among the not one in the house and only two- The Invasion of the Freedom of the I May be an old friend ora

$272,272.33. net cash proceeds of the counties for the construction of hard Morgan and Pettus, Alabama, In the Press.It new business, acquain

sales .of such lan/ls. deposited in and roads? And will not the several coun- senate. In the house, Henry D. Clay- tance. Be'
ready for him '
throughout the state, naming them ties, or some"of them, or, the state ton, of Alabama, is h son of Maj. Gen has been suggested to us that efforts f i with ) %
Henry D. be made to have the a case of assorted
. together with a list of securities of good roads association, be disposedto Clayton C S. A and Gen.G. Florida''
! various kinds deposited in I take a hand in the pending lit-! Humphreys, Mississippi, is a Press Association pay Editor Scotch, Irish; brandies, f \
'. +i_. .uuici_..___ L iu secure sam... several state ae- I potion to protect their vested interests son of Brig. Gen. Ben. G. Humph- fine and take heroic efforts to defend whiskies, rye burbon 3
in such funds under reys, C. S. A. Not many years ago the freedom of the press from judi- .-
posits. The schedule of disbursmentsfrom I the law-St. Au- wines, etc. We will put 1t
cial interference I\.
Confederate generals were governorsall in the future. f 8
gustine Record.
the fund for the ;year shows n'n you up .a dozen '
It will be or more i I
aggregate ot I __ over the south. Lee Scales Hampton a sad day for this coun- '/= I
in which has been expended Mr. Cutler Will Engage in Railroad Hagood Bonham, Colquitt, Gor- try when the press must gO muzzled. quart bottles to meet just i.i i.OC0LA

expended in "drainage$48,445.65 operations'has been to Business.Mr. don, Perry, O'Neal Bate, Humphreys The spirit of Thomas Jefferson Is such emergencies and ':((1. .. t i
needed : 11
Churchill Buckner, Marmaduke, Allen on our judicial benches. you'll not
"go broke"
drain the eith .
everglades, and ..i i h.i
nearly $ !, :
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.' too for attorney's fees. J. B. Cutler, who for many Kemper Nichols and Ross. Of Even though the occasional com- ,. er, paying for the goods r I/J 1 \,, 1 Y I c
.. the Nichols, and perhaps Scales is ments of some newspapers are extrav- we supply.
,: Strangely enough this apparently years was train master on the Atlan- ,.
r : alive. And where venerable agant and intemperate,
full and candid % are Georgia's it is far bet-
statement of the operations tic Coast Line railway has acceptedthe ter
ex-governors, senators and rep- to let them pass unnoticed than to I
the board and the legislation HOUSE WINE ROOMS.LANDS.
position of general set
and the litagation superintendent resentatives? But a mere "remnant, so dangerous a precedent aS to put I .

fund contains no mention affecting of the the act of the G. & G. railway. For the past weak and small," can respond to roll a'judicial muzzle on their utterances. I. ............. .
few ._ .
.* .of 1903 (chapter. years Mr. Cutler has been in the call Alas! the paths ;of glory are not If the editor can be arrested and fin- ... d.
which declares ice business at Homosassa,
Crystal the only ones that lead to the grave. ed for giving expression to his convictions .
that "all
-: moneys: now In the Internal -
improvement fund," River and other places but has spenta We are all moving thitherward as the ; so can the preacher be arrested -
.:'i as well as the good deal of his time in Ocala. In years roll on, but we note more particularly in his pulpit and the ,citizenson
proceeds, of all the lands here
after to
a few weeks Mr. and Mrs. Cutler will the.
the loss streets. '
our heroes
.- pa- ,
be sold, "shall be placed with the.state ;
go to Gainesville where in future Mr.Cutler's triots and statesmen. "The Destroy free .
poet Gray In America
-. treasurer, who shall thereupon. and .
( headquarters will be. most truly says: you destroy It of what differentiates
place the same to the It
credit of the
; .. I The boast of heraldry the of from all other countries
pomp on
; several. counties of the state If the' Atlanta Journal and the earth and
what has
..for the purpose of constructing power. weaved about it its greatest 5. H you have lands tfj
f hard Constitution don't ruin the chances of And all that beauty, all that wealth, glory: you wish to sell, lease or j

roads in said, counties.. both Smith, and Howell to get the e'er gav"e The right of discussion the or if you want to buy lands for farming;, grafii
The report complains rather bitterly, nomination for governor then the vot- Alike await dom of free- turpentining or lumber
the Inevitable hour,. speech an unmuzzled purpose*, .
of the Interruption of drainage operations ers of Georgia must be down are
put asa .
The .
of- our
paths glory lead but to the greatest heritages and ** + -*
the f
; by the recent injunctions is- man : "
very patient lot of men. How different who
grave..Iajor Sidney Herbert. would strike them down, $is '*-
S a
ued from the United States court. "
their course from that of the '
This. litigation is proceeding with con Savannah News, whose editor Cot Es Editor Graves has stepped down core dangerous of ouT enemy institutions.to the very heart and Write to r
.Siderable vigor and a large number till is also a, candidate for the officeof and out and Is no longer the editor n
of affidavits have been filed tending governor.-Pensacola News of the Atlanta News. Pittman's REAL ESTATE
auction sale
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Items of Interest From tfo Land of the Its History Given ,and Beauty ,Des- First Shipments Expected by April 9 .

U potatoes can note Grapefruit and Pine. cribed. -Conditions are ideal. REAL ESTATE. .

!: produced without !i Citra Is now shipping- a great deal I Pensacola-, Fla., Feb. 12,, 1906. Hastings, Fla.-, Feb.a 12. At HastIngs Room 12, Postoffice Block, Ocala, Fla '

of lettuce. -
i Strange to say there are thousands, and nearby vicinity there will be
Illiberal amount
ofj t H. L. Parker of Fort prum has avery ZEdUTT PROPERTY ON PUBLIC SQUARE. "'.
possibly millions, of otherwise. 3,700 acres in potatoes. Prospects were
f the fertil- fine orange orchard. .
'OTASH in .. informed Americans, who have never better for The The this "
brick house
-.Lettuce shipments from Sparr ,are never a large crop. iwo story on property must be removed and It !- -

less than ten getting. much better.. beard of the annual celebration of the J seed in the ground has sprouted well will be sold cheap as it stands. The corner lot with 35 feet frontage on '.:

;F-not Mardi Gras festival' notwithstandingits \ the public square is still unsQld. :
Prospects for a good vegetable -
crop and there were a, good Tnany vines
! excellent at Jlclntosh. pagan origin in the Eternal City, ;
er. cent It must be are its above the ground at the beginning of ZE8UTT PROPERTY ON MAGNOLIA ST. and HORTH FIRST ST '
Some fancy lettuce is being shipped centuries before Christ, and perpetuation -
of the the month. All the planters put a
i\the form of Sulphate: from Mascotte these days. ages The North west corner lot 29 feet facing Magnolia street and 84 feet'
Pinecastle growers will since. few early seed in, so that the crop will
.: say they ship on North First street, facing the Government Public Building site is still
f POTASH of highest 2.000 boxes this Pagan custom demanded the dedication not come all at once. By Saturday
oranges season.
, unsold also the lot
immediately sou th of It 28 feet by 81 feet -
of festival seasons to many of
Strawberries ar looking well at all the planting will be through. The
Starke. I its gods and to the god of Mirth, the
Prospects were never OCKL0WAHA AVENUE.The
weather has been ideal as there has
,_ festival of Mardi Gras was dedicated.
Plant Food" and "Truck Farming" are Small shipments of lettuce are be- Like many: other the stat Christian been no killing frost in Florida this lot known as the Philbrick lot on. the south side of this avenue. .', .

I practical books which tell cf the success- ing made from Leesburg. daily by ex festivals it was adopted 'by the early winter. between.. the residence of Mrs. Austin and -Mr. T. B. Snyder is for sale.. ",.
and the other
of ,
growing k-sent free potatoes to those who writ for garden them. press. I followers of the Savior, and has been While the rain has done damage all This is a large lot having 140 feet frontage and being 244 feet, deep .and. ., .<.Is, ,':'.

Wildwood will have 25; cars o' cab- handed down fronr father to son over Florida, Hastings Is well prepared well above the level of the street. < :'
Address. GERMAN KAU WORKS. .- ,'..
and throughout the Christian era in most for rain because of its excellent'
Nassau Street or bage Sumtervi e the same num- ,
w York-93 Atlanta 0..-22> So. Br ad Street ber. of the Roman Catholic States of the drainage. Already commission men "WOODMflU," LgKE} WEIR. : :"' :. ;

Sparr Island Grove and Citra are world. -have been here inquiring for the. probable -.' -- 1 ;
I have a small ,furnished cottage for rent at this beautiful resort.: :
: A PARTIAL LIST. all shipping a great deal of lettuce The exact season of the ante Chris- f. o. b. price of potatoes butt :
Terms application. ::
on :
: daily by express. tian celebration of Mardi Gras is uncertain Is so early no price has, been nam-

A compliance with quest fromst Most of the oranges have been ship- but upon its adoption by the ed. Conditions ater will regulate '.:-'.
early Christians in Rome, it was ap
Florida., we publish below as ped from Candler. Growers have received that. As outlined previously C. L.

list of State officers and fair returns. pointed the season of folly, feastingand McClung, who managed the marketingof isfor rent for this year. This property is suitable for pasture or will _
iplete a ..
With favorable conditions the Plant frivolity immediately preceeding the crop last year for the association subdivide to suit tenants.
lr clerks, with the salaries paid inauguration of the Lenten seasonof
City vegetable crop should be a large will open an office here April 1 r

ne. as we ,can make up from the one this year. retirement repentence fasting and and will in some way be in the potato

ropriatlon acts and from memory, Dan Heisley of Delray has exhibitedsome prayer beginning on Ash Wednesday.In deal. He is at present in Jackson-

it 'the list Is not altogether comas fine pines, the smalest one the early days of its pagan cele- 'ille. It is expected the first ship- RETAIL PRICE LIST OF :

weighing four pounds. bration in Rome, the festival of Mardi ments from here will be made by April -
te to the full number employed WHISKIES WINES BEER AND MALT. -
II. A. Holmes of Fort Drum says if Gras was the grandest of Rome's mag- 9, which will be 10 days earlier ,
1 the amounts paid we are quitee nificent feasts and the pageants of
; ,
it doesn't get too cold he will have a than ever before. -

as new faces are often seen in fine crop of oranges. those days were in most splendid, most

department which has the mostp. Land around Turkey Creek seems to dazzling: most gorgeous of ancient FLORIDA ORANGES BETTER. EXpntSS pnEPAID Bulk goods-Jugs free-Not repa1d,

In severalinstances, where the hence Full Qt. Measure..._.... 4Qts OQtS. x2Qts. 11.50 per gallon. Rle.Giu,Co.n. Good Grade :
be particularly well adapted to cane Rome's splendid spectacles, no Hunting Club Rye ....._. .... $::1 65 $4 00 $7 00 '$:z.oo per gallon. "

wes seem small, other payments and truck growing. reason for wonder exists that that the Fruit! Makes Better Showing Than At N Monogram lson County Rye.M.Rye...."._...._. T.: 2 5 90 20 ,4,25 60 8 7 50 00 Rye Gin, Corn, Rum,Fine Quality$2.50 per' gil

made employees out of the Internal Barlow's packing house at Orlandois early Roman Christians should have Any Time This Season. Hanne's"'<<" Rye....._....._. 3 7j 5 00 9 50 Rye, Gin Corn, Rum. Best for the nioney
of other funds. It will Social Drops... ...._._ __._... 4 50 (; 50 U 00 $3.00 per gaL
provement sending out some of the finest fruit adopted Mardi Gras as one of their Malt Vhiskey..._....._ 3 75 ':; 00 950 "44" Rye Peach and apple brfludy. McUowc: .
(3 be seen that we do not Include of the season now. festival seasons. New York, Feb.12.-Florida oranges Peach Brandy-_.,_...._ 3 is 00 9 50 by age. $4.00 per gal. .
le ___.__
i Supreme Court judges ana their Cocoa has only about a quarter of Mardi Gras is still celebrated as the made a better showing last week than Apt Hol1and Bra1dy GIU.! ......__.._-.375........ 3 80 500 4 25 7 950 25 ViCtoria Rye, Social DropsRye.Medical. quality .
'.;enl'vaGin __._ .,. LEfP; SL LOUIS BEEL Fer: doz.
officers and their "' :; 75 500 9 SO
p, the asylum its orange: crop left, but the qualityof greatest season of mirth' in the cityof any time during the season. Arrivals. North Carolina Corn..._. ... 2 65 4 00 00 Falstaff ........ _....-i.___..._"1 15
11. the Insurance superintendent, the fruit is very good. Rome as it is in most of the other I do not show so much water and the Mountain COrn...._. ...._ :3 75 500 9 So Extra Pale.___._..._..._.......1,1.
Confederate records tim- JamacIa Rum ...---._ 2 06 4 25 7 So Standard _......_....____. .......... I 00 '
opller of Jesse Lovall, a lettuce grower of cities of sunny Italy. It is likewise waste is considerably less. Prices Medford Rum _..._.......M_,,. 3 75 S 00 950 Maltextradark .........._.........._100 .
and lumber Inspectors, watchmen, celebrated in accord with its originas I better for the Grape Iltrandy..._ ...._ 3 is 500 Q so Cohurger imported.........___:...-..... 2 oa
Sparr. has been receiving as high as were being 2753.25 King of Kentucky Burbom... 3 7S 5 00 9 50 Bass Ale pints......_..._.... ... ...._ 2 25 '
itors, etc. $5 a crate for his product. the season of frolicsome folly, feast- I general run and fancy Indian Rivers Assortment AUowd' all Gds of Sate Guinness Stout pints.....,----...... 2 '

Executive Office. There are some very fine oranges ing and frivolity from end .to end of occasionally sold as high as $5. This lr1:e. Prices by the barrel on aplicrttoz .

Jovernor's salary, $5,000. left in Roekledge. About twothirdsof Spain in Mexico in France and in all 's for the fancy pineapple oranges. ,

:lerk for governor, $720. the crop has been shipped. of the cities of Cuba-notably in Ha- There is a good deal of uncertaintyas

>rivate Secretary, 1200. Crosby & \Vartman are heavy let- vana. to how many oranges and grape- HANNE BROS

stenographer, $600. tuce handlers. at Citra. They ares The first organized .celebration of the fruit are still in Florida, but both continue ,' -.

Office Secretary of State. shipping some nice stock north. season in the United States was undertaken to come. Letters from Florida 246.258 West Adams St. Jacksonville Fla

secretary of state, salary. 2500. \ J. C. Leib & Co., of Baltimore,' will some fifty years ago at Mo estimate that there are from 500 to
'hlef' Clerk. 1500. handle quite a lot of cabbage from bile. Since then several other citiesof 1,000 cars of both still to come for-

Corporation clerk, $1,200. Coleman prices permitting. the Gulf states have adopted the ward. -

stenographer, $600.Comptroller's. Strawberries; are moving freely from celebration until now the festival of There is little change in the grape- The Vehicle and Harness Co \

Office. Lakeland now, and shipments are get- Mardi Gras wherever it has been her- fruit market. The trade was a little .

Comptroller, salary, $2,500. ting heavier all the time. alded, has come to be recognized as a I slow toward the last of the week, JI

'hlef clerk 1500. The shipments of oranges from the purely Southern institution.In Some of the trade is discriminating Cor. Forsyth and Cedar St.

\udnlting clerk. 1500.;; section around Livingston this season the early seventies an organization closely between Brights and Russets. .JCJS()S"ILLE. FLOKIDA.

iookkeeper. $1,500.rtenographer will amount to 12,000 boxes.M which adopted the, name: Some fancy Russets! were offered the .
and typewriter, $1- H. 'VVadsnorth. of Seneca will. "Knights of Palafox," was formed .in latter part of the week and sold read- Dealers in Buggies
Wagons Carriages
I ,Surreys,
Pensacola for the of conduct-
it purpose
have 10 acres of cantaloupes, which ily. j '
Road Carts Harness Saddles Robes Etc
'ensUm clerk l,2M: will be ready about the last of May. ing an organized celebration of Mardi --- I I Lap ,

Special clerk. $500. Grapefruitis being shipped from Gras, but after a few years of ques- Startlin But True.
U kkeej>er In tax redemption de- Georgianna. The growers there. are tionable success the Knights of Pala- [ :
People the world over were horrifiedon
meat, $1,200.: also commencing to ship oranges. fox disbanded in disgust and despair. learning of the burning of a Chicago -

KudUing clerk In tax redemption de- Chicago dealers are well represented Seven: years ago, however: the Pen- theater in which nearly six hun- I .
dred people lot their lives, yet more
rtment, $1.200.Correspondence. at Island Grove. Growers there sac la. Carnival Association was organized ---- -
than five times this number or over
clerk In tax redemp- say Chicago is a good market for here to revive the celebration. 3.000 people died from pneumonia in LIST .

i& department, 1200. them. i From the 'beginning, the efforts of this Chicago during the same year, with I vinr lIQUOR !
I 'scarcely a passing notice. Every one EUREKA & CO.
.oraInr clerk In tax redemption During December Miami shipped organization were crowned with success of these cases pneumonia resulted I r

artment $1,200.clerk .. 6,000 crates of tomatoes, 5.000* string : and now Mardi Gras Is as fully from a cold and could have been pre- the Great Southern Mail Order HOUle.
\ vented by the timely use of Chamber-
-ntry In tax redemption de- beans 3,000 peppers and 1,000 cukes recognized as one of Pensacola's fix- lain's Cough Remedy. A great many EXPRESS PREPAID.. Full Quart )1 easure. '

neat, $1.90.stibuttng and eggplant. ed institutions as is the magnificent who had every reason to fear pneu-

clerk In tax redemp- The heavy shipments of lettuce from haibors upon which the city,is situated. monia have warded it off by the Per Four Six perJ
prompt use of this remedy. The fol- Gallen Quarts Quarts Cale
fa department 1200. Oakland are over. Growers received I From year to year thousands of fowing is an intsance of this sort: Hatchett's Private Stock...__, _.....____....._...._. $.oo $.oo $6 00 $l3oo
Tha\'s _.___... ... ....._... 60 6
sfor assessors, dolars '!have been added to the cost of "Too much cannot' be said in favor Hatchett' Whiskey _. 450 4 e 1375
land entrle
at of excellent prices some of them gettingas of Chamberlain's Cough Remedy, andespecially Hatchett's Old Rye.........._.._........... ... .. ._ 320 320 4& i 6o.irekaN
other ......__,.._ ... .. .
intent of railroads and crate. Pensacula's celebrations; from year: to I C.AppleBl8ndy. : 475 475 700 1400N
high as ,$6 a for colds and influenza. I C. Apple Brandy...._.. ._.._...._.....__._ _._.. 325 325 485 9 /0
ntlngent expesnes of Comptroller'sce CenterviUe is one of the best truck- year Pensacola's: Mardi Gras pageants know that it cured my daughter Eureka Malt ... "'M'_ ........._....___........ 400 400 600 Iaitureka
have enhanced in artistic and Laura, of a severe cold, and I be- N. C. reach Brandy...__.__.._._..._.':._ 47S 475 700 14 00
$1,000. ing towns in the state and from this beauty lieve saved her life when she was I' N C. Peaah Brandy _....... .........._..._ .". 3 25 325 485 90
Treasurer's Office. solicitors will be inspiring grandeaur r until it would threatened with pneumonia." W. D. I Eureka N. C. Corn ._._.__ ..._...___...._.__ a 325 325 485 970
time on produce Wilcox New York. old by all Eureka N. C. Cora.XX ......___.. _.._....... ...... 3)0 00 460 900
*tate Treasurer salary, 2500. around there in full force.E. seem that the apex of magnificencemust Eureka N.C. Corn.XX-X. ...... ......__ ___. 275 a 75 4 IS 830
bilef $1,500. be reached In this year's gists. drug-I Eureka C. Corn. xxx..x.___..___.._.. 20 :50375 750
Clerk and bookkeeper, A/Waddell of Miami has just : parades ----- Old Crow Bourbon........ ...._._..._ ..... ____.. 450 4 SO 675 1356
puhler and assistant bookkeeper, sold the Red Mill orange and pomelo which will occur on Monday at noon Express Companies Increase Whiskey Sunny Brook Rye... ....._..__.... ._ .....__....._........ ;;75 375 565 II JO
Sunny Brook Sour Mash ...__......___.._. 3 :'5 a 75 565 II 30
:00. grove for 15000. This is one of the on the 2Gth.,, and Tuesday evening the Rate. I Echo Spring. .. ..._.......______. ___.. 450 455 690 U 75
$1AttorneyGeneral's ,- 27th. instant. Silk Yelvet...__.. ...__. _.. _.... .......... .. ... 500 525 785 1570
perk and assistant bookkeeper best orange groves in the Orange Oak and _. .__.... ._ .. _........_.._. 375 400 600 .:oo
Glade district. Ten thousand dollars is the approx- The mail order business in whiskey ;,
Office. I imated cost of this year's Mardi Gras .Gin From f 2.50 to $3.50 per Gallon Delivered.
,v. D. Carrier has purchased from started fifteen years ago, by the Hay-
Save twelve labels of Hatchett's Private Sto<:k and secure a bottle free. Save twelve
ttorneJ. eneral. salary $2,500. J. W.,Miller the latter's orange grove celebration in Pensacola. ner people, Dayton, 0., has depended labels of Hatchett's Old Rye and secure a bottle free. Save twelve lables of Hatcnett'i
That's Whiskey and secure a bottle free. Save twelve labels of Eureka N. C.
retaf1$1.S00.. Clifton. This is a fine grove 'and largely on a special rate granted by |
at Corn and secure a bottle free. Save twelve lables of N. C Apple Brandy aud *ecu re
lerk $>00 the crop last year netted Mr. Miller / A Healing Gospel. express companies on condition that | one bottle free. Save twelve labels of Eureka Malt and secure one bottle free. Price of
all at store are less than when delivered. No
goods bought company's 70c per gallon
| Offic Supt. Public Instruction. over. $1,000.The I The Rev. J. W. Warren,' pastor of all whiskies be shipped by express. charge for jus? boxes or drayage. All of toy bottles are full measure. All standard
superintendent, salary 2500. weather around Webster has the Sharon Baptist church, BelairGa This made "four quarts for $3. O"I, brands ot whi- ies sold over my bar at loc per damk-10 from 5 leaves 5 for you. Allwines
., says of Electric Bitters: "It is a quoted op application We also carry cheaper liquors than those quoted
'hId clerk $1.200.chief I been ideal recently and the growers I Godsend to manknid. It cured me of possible and is has become a trade Special p ices on large quantities; packed any sizes desired. Money refunded if good*
, satisfactory.
\sstitant clerk 1200. are all getting busy. The acreage this lame back, stiff joints and somplete mark. Other] shippers were given the j -
I physical collapse. I was so weak it I EUREKA WINE AND COMPANY
:\fMcrarher and typewriter $600. season will be as, large if not larger I took half an hour to walk a mile. same rate. Now the express people I! LIQUOR

ffice Commissioner of Agriculture. i than last season.F. Two Bottles of Electric Bitters have have withdrawn this rate, and it Is A35V Bay St. Jacksonville, Fla.Cold .

'ommualoner' made me so strong I have just walked I ,.; A _liJl!iL.- "" -- >_._
2500. has of
! salary, W. Oren of Fort Buffum I feared: that the increased cost ship-
three miles in 50 minutes and fee
! 'lerk In prison and fertilizer de- some oranges left which he is shippingat like walking three more. It's made a I pin will kill the mailing trade in whiskey. -

l 1.menU 1.500. $2.05 a box f. o. b. there. He is new man of me." Greatest remedyfor .-Printer's Ink. __ .__ ___ n_ _
, I weakness and all stomach and liver -
lerk In fertilizer department, $1- shipping a certain amount each week Sold under
until all are gone. I:I at Tydings complaints.& Co.'s drug store.guarantee Price THE NEW YORK WORLD. I ,," " " ',,;;" " !'" " '

[:Trk In agricultural department Quite an acreage of Irish potatoes !I 50 cents. -a m -- .

*,. is being planted around Bowling 1 1t I Doings of American Colony.- Thrice.a.Week the English Edition-Read Language Wherever is -

'lerk In school land department, Green. William Smith will have about 1 1t I Spoken. Storage :
i .
0o. i from
10 acres while other are planting Havana, Feb. 11.-Owing to a hard :
Chemist's 1 For the winter season now at hand
Department. one to five acres.I. I II rain which fell this morning, and the most valuable paper to you will be '
'ttt, Chralst, salary, $2,000. Peck of Palmetto has a quarter the New York ThriceaweE'kYorld '
W. continued fitfully during the day, the Of Meats ::
u'it.\nt! because it offers you more at the pric -i'
chemist $1,800. He refused $110
I _crop of lettuce. course over which the 100 and 200 than any other pacer published any ,
State Auditor's Office. for the crop in the field He has shipped mile automobile races were tr. have where in the world. I -- > .

'ute Auditor, salary, 2000. I 46 crates, which netted him $13; been run were spoiled for fast speed- This is a time of great events. We -- --
I having great wars anti othe -
are ..
UJilt&nt auditor, $2,000. and he expects to net $2: 0 from the ing and the events were postponed until changes of a stirring kind are occur We beg to Announce to the pub- ;-;:
1Irk. U. OO.Oftice entire crop.-New York Fruit and i tomorrow. ring both at home and abroad. Th
Thrice-a-Week World comes to yoi -
Adjutant.General. Produce News. After an illness of several years, other day. except unday, witi-
\4jutant. neral. salary; 2000. Paul Lawrence Dunbar, the famous every all the news fully, accurately and lie that we are ready to cure :-:

Headache. promptly.The ...
Railroad Commission. I Sick__.__ colored poet, passed' away at his homein Thrice-a-Week World alwaysits -
#' the each We ==
commissioners, salary ailment resultsa Dayton: Ohio, on the ninth of Feb- political reports. You cant the MEATS guarantee

i'40., I This disordered distressing condition of the stomach. I ruary. With his death'a bright and truth from its columns, whether you -- -
Democrat and tha:
Ury of Commission, 1200. that is needed to effect a cure is a doseor are Republican or E and solicit
! I Chamberlain's Stomach and shining mark has passed: cat of the is what you want. satisfaction your pat-
tlh.asse two -
True Democrat. In fact the attack world. The Thrice-a-Weew World alwayshas --
Liver, Tablets., a serial story running, and it is always -
warded off or greatly lessen- -
Itch i may in severity, by taking a dose ofI a first-class story by a first- :=: ronage. =-:
-Ringworm.T. i ed Health. class author. The Thrice-a-Week -
tablets as soon as the first -
""'' I these World publishes better fiction thai -
,rQ Lucas, \Vlngo, Ky., writes, symptom of an attack appears.. Sold m Means the ability to do a good any other newspaper in the United -- --
U. 1J02: "For 10 to 12 years I by all druggists.. day's work, without undue fatigue States. Special attention is also given -
been afflicted with a malady I -- and to find life worth living. You to markets, and there are many
n M the itch' the Itching was I )Ir. Thomas IL White, of Cleveland, cannot have indigestion and constipation other valuable features.- E Ocala Ice S

",,d aabearable: I had tried for years of the White Sewing Machine without its upsetting the liver The Thrice-a-Weec World's regula |
. .ttUet. having tried all remedies : O., president
and polutting the blood. Such a con- subscription price is only $1.00 per ,
hear of. besides a number of \; Companyand president of theWhite's dition may be best-and quickest relieved year, and this pays for 136 papers. We -- "-
1'1. I wiah to state that one sln- Automobiles, and a large pro- by HerbIne, the best liver regulator offer this unequalled newspaper and -
:. Ift>lIta.Uon of Ballard's Snow Linttured that the world has ever known the Ocala Weekly Banner together one '
me completely and perm a- perty holder In,this state, was a guest Mrs. D. W. Smith writes; April 3, 1202: :year for $1.65. fuel Co. 1
SInce then I have used theo at the Ocala House Mondai'He "I used Herbine and find it the best The regular subscription price of

.&- I two separate occasoins j where he and medicine for Constipation and regu- the two papers is $2.00. ...
'; *orm and it cured completely, left Tuesday for Citra i lating the liver' I ever used." 50 cts. Send all subscriptions on the above -

-rnw', and 11.00. Sold by all drug-,m ,- his; wife are spending, a few days. Sold by all druggists. inS : offer to the Ocala Banner, Ocaja.. Fla. 1 : ll jlljl1jlljl'jl' jl1jllllijl'ilijliji'Ji'jiljlijl'il1ji'll1jlljl'f ' '

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-p: : '. .nuntnrn'nr.n'n''nrnrnnnn'. '''' ''U'11'rnrnrnrn''' ,,,,'' ''''n'' The golden haired chiild upon the I' here.this, Mrs.. Will Saint you promise Clair?"" me. to do strauss' 'I

young man'sbreast stirred slightly, .
| DEFENSE "I. will,".she answered, through her \,. -
:; IN SELF j streching first one and then Another tears.

--- .... of her rosy limbs the bright eyes "Et me do wit oo," implored the lit-

I 5Vi \ ,A Rural Story flew open and the little one sat up le girl as he turned away.

--- -- and yawned sleepily. "N?, you must. stay with' your. mama Royal Reserve: :

a- "Where is pape and mama? she for a little while and then
-- I
; == Author of Tragedies oj Oa..kHurst." "Camilla." "Won at Last Etc. :::: asked, anxiously. come for you," he said coaxinjly.

I -- They are asleep we must not Without a word the little ,child nes'tied -
::__. __- __. ::
-- fake a noise to wake them. Won't her head on her mother's breast
i- you tell me your name dear?" John and John returned hurriedly to thecamp.

-'IR lit JU ilL IR JUIRIR- 1R1LL11L1L1LLA1L1LUUJIL11- [ -: said in a whisper; v MINING LABORATORY.
.............................. ..............,'....-................. ..................."I I Clair"I I S I ,
"Me's named Olive Saint He entered the covered wagon, tr. T.. SCHREIBER. .

I CHAPTER 'IV. night air.Realizing. I she whispered back 'and me wants placed everything within it smoothly,
i Consulting and Analytical Chemist Member
A Sudden Summons. f that tears alone would I something to eatt" then taking the bed clothing pro- of the Society of Chemical Industry. Lon-

Suddenly John came upon a small i save the poor woman's heart from L I John glanced toward the still sleeping ceeded to prepare! a place on .which dODo Society.Eng. Member of the Ameaican. Chemical t

mother and getting up went soft- to lay the man's remains. p. O Rox '
clearing made In the thick bushes not breaking John turned silently away
ly to wher a tin box was placed on Going to the side of the Corpse he '
far from the road side from whence and taking OCALA FLA. Ocudf
up a camp cot, two of ,
wn ;
a small gasoline stove and lifted the stood gazing for one moment. .d v

; shone the light of'a camp fire. which were standing near, he carriedit box lid. Plenty of edibles were discovered upon the dead face, the features of Messrs. Strauss & Co, Wholesale Whisky

It's flickering blaze revealed the to the dead man's side and placed and helping the child and which were set .in an expression of

term of a man lying prone upon the the rigid form tenderly upon it, pressed himself they both sat down upon the peacefulness, S Merchants, Ocala, Fla,

ground while kneeling beside It, cry- I down the white lids, and folded the grass to eat-their breakfast. Mr. St Clair had been ,a man Gentlemen. In accordance with your .

I hands peacefully across the silent: 'What makes oo so hungry the of small .statue, and sickness had

4 jig and wringing her. hands and glv- breast, and then covered the grim object little' paused with a piece of bread reduced him until his weight, nstructions, I visited {your wan home en

Jag vent to broken lamentations, wasa ; from head to foot with a large and'butter half to her mouth I
way rosy was little'more- than that of a child. the 19th, instant, and personally selected '
woman. camp sheet/- and inquired. how would I
I I "Poor fellow gladly
John reached the place at a bound Then carrying the second from stock a sample of
cot, a John smiled but made no answer. exchange places with you" John said your
: aid the woman looking up from her I consJderable distance from the '
one on "Don't your mover give 00. nothin' earnestly as if he expected' man

: kneeling position, cried out joyfully. which the remains of the,man reposed, to eat?" she continued. "Me'll dive oo "with
to hear and answer him, so "Strauss' l Reserve" '
-: "Oh! thank God, help has come at John insisted that the lady should get; a whole lot if oo'll liftHhe dinner box much to live for, you were snatched Royil

last. Ob sir, can't you do something up from her lowly position on the down."
is forever
while I, whose happiness
fer him?'" She continued. entreaUngly. ground and place herself upon it. whisky the analysis of which shows it to
i John placed the box on the ground destroyed, am left to face my wretched ,

"Oh, my poor husband-what shall I Silently she obeyed him, and takingthe and the little she flung "
\ one, as open lot as best I may. contain: S
io? Allen Allen-speak to me, darl- child in his arms he sat down
L the lid said hospitably: "Turn and '
anl lifted the
He stooped light
f g," upon a camp stool beside the lady's Alcohol (by weight), per cent. . 36.66
take all oo want my muvver won'ttare.
form in his arms 'as he ceased spea.king. -
She lifted up the man's head and cot. With reassuring and caressing .' Alcohol (by volume), per cent . 43.61 :
carried it to the 'wagon and deposited -
seating herself on the ground, drew it words he soon won the little girl's confidence She lifted out a small bag Degree proof per cent . . . 87.10 t
paper it there in a firm and peaceful
imto her As she did and in Residue on evaporation cent. . O.CCO
lap. so a. stream a short while she slum- and handed it to him. It bag p
was a
he covered it witha
.f bright red blood issued from thean's bered peacefully upon his bosom. of brown coffee. The coffee and the position. Then: up Ash, per cent. . . .. . ... 0.011

large gray camp blanket, tuckingthe Reducing cent. . .. 0.225
lips, marking the woman'swhIte After the bereaved woman had I sugar, per
gasoline stove to his minda
-- *ess with many a crimson stain grown more composed- she told John L suggested sides in securely so that no chance Volatile acids, per cent. . . 0.027
of coffee and have it
1' "What has happened to him?" ask- I her simple story cup ready sight of the grim object should fall Amyl alcohol (fusel oil), per cent . 0.073
Mrs. St Clair when she awoke Ac-
.. upon the sorrowing widow's vision.
I.ell John, breathlessly, and in great distress Her husband she said, being in poor cordingly he picked up the tin pail He harnessed the horses and The above results show the whisky to bea

for the man's suffering and the health had been ordered by his physician '
and the child in his
taking went
arms, hitched them to the wagon and after
carefully blended brand of
poor woman's eorrojw. to seek .the milder climate of high grade
to the brook and soon return-
securing the team_ to a tree. took the

"It is hemorrhage of the lungs," she Florida. Thinking that a life in ing with a pail of water, he lighted the camp cot on which the remains had and that it has been disstille from a clean, pure grail]

Moaned. "He was attacked about an the air would ben
open prove ., stove and in a. few moments a delicious found resting place and hid it In the The amount of fusel oil and of volatile acids is low.
lour Oh. Allen, eficial very :
ago. Allen what can to him they decided I .pot of coffee
was brewing
bushes and then returned to the
I do for you, darling?" to make the journey to Flor out its Respectfully,
sending aromatic fragrance to
: place where Mrs. Saint Clair sat in
The man's eyes were closed his ida in their private conveyance and mingle with the spicy odor of the stony silence, The little girl had fallen 5- % F.. T. SCHREIBER, Chi

fece was deadly pale and his hands lay two week's since had left their homein woods. -
asleep and without a word John
imp and motionless upon the ground Alabama. Her husband's health John
refreshed himself with a cup stooped and took her into his arms .
fcy his side. had seemed to improve so they had
of the delicious beverage and gave and motioning her mother followed FOUR FULL QUARTS $3.50 EXPRESS

There was an ominous rattle in his journeyed along slowly, stopping often some to the child, and then sat downto him 'he led the way to the wagon. .' FEEPilD..

throat a sudden stiffening of the to rest, and enjoyed the novelty her ..
amuse until her mother awoke. "
"Oh! where is he? Mrs. Saint
: limbs, and John unaccustomed, as his of the trip very much. About ten Soon Mrs. Saint Clair awoke and
: Clair sobbed out -as she reached the
eyes were, to death scenes, realized o'clock the previous morning her hus-I starting up she looked about her camp and saw that the cot was

Mat nothing could be done to relieve band, whom she called Mr. St. with a bewildered -i>'
gaze. .f'one__,_
me nia.ii' suuermg who was now face had complained of sudden fatigue and "Oh! my God I know now what -n"Do not distress yourself," John $ TRAT1SS&C

t. face with, the inevitable. they decided to strike camp and rest has happened"she cried at
c length, and
said gently, "trust me, he is safe."
He 'bent over the dying form, the for a few days. going to the side of her dead husband With ;
one hand he assisted 'her to
rattling in the throat ceased suddenly Mr. St. Clair's condition did
pot appear and
'' uncovering his face she a seat in the front of the wagon and Sole Owners and Distributors. Il'
the Jaws fell
slightly apart, the to be of. an alarming nature, so 'Sank upon her knees beside him and handed her the
sleeping child.
pirit of the sufferer had fled. The after he was sleeping she placed the to .;;;.
gave way a paryoxism of grief.
untied the team and taking a seat OCALA.
young man tenderly transferred the sleeping child in the wago"n and lay John diverted the child's attention FLORffi
I beside her the
gave word of
starting -
I dead man's head ,
from the woman'slap down on her own cot and was soon from the scene for young, as he was to the :1
ready and the
to the ground. She staggered toher sleeping soundly. he realized the fact that tears alone ; wagon -
I freighted with the dead and its sor-
feet and stood looking down upon About midnight she had been arous- I can not save an anguished 'heart from
rowing living and
the inanimate form for a moment in ed by her husband feebly calling her breaking. innocent
sleeping child moved McMillan
out to Bro
;- a stunned and, dazed silence. Then name. Springing up she saw him When the storm of grief had
the .
public road and began the jour-
: a cry of despair, the sound of standing near the camp fire, with pale sobbed itself to rest, the young widow ney toward the next town.

which John never forgot, she threw red blood issuing from his '
lips in a rose to her feet and after
? ker arms above her head and fell to stream. I [To be Continued.] Southern Copper Works:
covering over the face of the beloved
the ground unconscious. Frightened almost out of her sense, dead and began to look about Manufacturers

:'i John ran to the woman's assistance. she screamed loudly for help althoughhad for her child and John came to meet -Croup. of Turpentine I _,

"Me had never seen any one in a swoon she been less distracted she would her with the little one in his arms. Begins with the symptoms of a common !: and General Metal

before, and when he knelt by .the unconscious have realized how impossible it was "Mamma wake and cold; there Is a chilliness, sneezIng Worker?
papa up turn to
I sore throat .hot skin,
I quick pulse,
'. woman's side and 'noted her for her cries of distress to reach human breakfassaid little Oliive /as soon i hoarseness and impeded respiration. 4

white face and blue lips, he thought ears' as she saw her mother. Give frequent small doses of Ballard's I

:: that her spiritas_ well as her husband'skid I "God only knows where Horehound Syrup, (the child will cry 5
; you came Mrs. Saint Clair caught the little for it) and the first sign of a croupy Old'Stills taken in exchange for !
taken Its departure 'from earthly from at this cough apply new ones.
opportune moment
one to her heart and her sorrows broke Ballard's'"I through the
scenes. Then he pressed his finger tinued Mrs. St Clair, tearfully, "butit forth afresh.Frightened. .. "I Snow Liniment to the throat. will country: a specialty. Orders by mai
: : i Mrs. A. wire receive
: Vilet New Castle, Colo. prompt attention
: en one of the ellcate at either of
wrists and find t
seems to that
me you must have and distressed the child writes, March 19 1902: "I think Ballard's following worksFAYETTEtflLLE .
ing the pulse still beating although I dropped down from the sky, for myprotectl began to cry piteously and raised her Horehound Syrup a wonderful S
-, I feebly, set about trying to restore the so pleasant take. Sold .
n. God bless '
you whereveryou haands to her companion of the morn- by.all druggists. m

;' sufferer to consciousness. are, and may He always send you ing. N. C. SAVAHRA?

-. A tin pall containing water stood friends in your hour of sorrow as he John took her in his arms again JACKSONVILLE FLA MOBILE:

sear and bringing it he bathed thewoman's sent you to meo"John and wiped away her etehrdlucmfywpand

face and rubbed her cold LUMBER '
made no reply but the emo --- -
wiped her
kand briskly. away tears, and beg- -- -..- -'''' .. -----" -__-_- ,--
tions that stirred his heart at that ged the mother to control her emotions -

: Before any signs of returning animation moment caused a' mist to come into for the child's sake. -I-

rewarded John's I K Hi sHBg 26 JKi HiiiM6i5iiJH B ,
efforts 'he his brown ROUGH
eyes blinding them for a Mrs. Saint Clair was a tall slen- and S

;.: : .. was child startled issuing to hear frolla the large lusty covered cry ofa moment to the lovely picture the golden der woman of not more than. twenty- I DRESSEDDry We Never Disappoint Our Patient t

haired child
made as she slept three years of age. She had beau- Siding Flooring and

:: wagon standing some distance from peacefully in his 'arms all unconsciousof tiful black hair and soft brown eyes Ceffln w. Fulfill Every Promise and lever Hold Out False I. .ft,

the .camp fire. Stepping quickly. to her mother's suffering and her own and under less distressing circumstances B. 'H. SeymourOcala WE CURE StrictUre paiD or det.ntjo wltlaou& the knife or boogie and VattOO1'
: the cured -i from busla... Blood
wagon he was confronted by a great loss. DeY8r to retUJ'D, W1tho,. ; Ccntafloot < .
than those which led to John's'acquaintance mercury or mineral aamarei: Loif el

- beautiful golden haired girl, apparently By and by, laden as she was with with her would Fla. C vigor PoaittTeiy cored; BO stimulant bat per*)
have The
: three ........ ...... ... Dr.King Medical Co.li aa iarttatioa orgaalirfttWthe
years of, age. The little .. .,.. .... laws
% grief and fatigue, Mrs. St. Clair's eyes been called a handsome woman; while --...- tute of Georgia for the trwtmeal ",, *;.
:,: thing had come to the front I Berronaane'enronleoiMasea Dr. K. the tost'''.-
the closed in an uneasy sleep, and John her speech and whole appearance MclVER and.A.OKAJ t \UUiiiutltatloiB.UthecalefeonsaltlagBeciaUit, M il* i'
;- and 07 s taa of eminent pllSIc1&DI
wagon stood
looking at the aacllllleoni.
kept his lonely vigils over the living noted culture and refinement. de-I Our laeeeti la toe treatment of chronic dluaw to weed '
stranger with ; w.... .
: frightened eyes. and the dead. S beta ndi ml D i eleftrlca1WofeDcleL
After a consultation John Our
advised offices
are equipped with
ail toe gaJTanlo, r r.
: "Me wants my mamma and papa," "Poor woman," he mused as her i| her to permit him to place the remains S leL X-ra1..tO1e. ray,and nnsearay; la fact, iY7
she sa'id. knows to> the medical profecsloa. Oar
' and then began to cry pite- soft regular breathing told him that at ;: of her husband in the wagon "" fcojlern Iii e.err respect, and we employ nose U*0,:
4" ;- tralned and
ousl '. aueudanma I
) llll.al1JtII
- ast kind sleep had come to the widow's ]I and accompanied by herself and child pr.FUNERAL od l10enltd pbi4in.beln,1a ehugS ..
The young man took her in his We employ nO\aiWeadlnimeaa: to leenre .
I arms I brief relief. "What would be !I take them to the nearest town whichhe '' hb\ .' \ &trOnkge-coO.O.D.'soe Unasked fer literature i
and carried her towards 7 thIs inttntion. Our F.
the term
campfire her horror and dismay if she knew surmised must be at least ten miles I to 110M per month(medlaine*toru.atDitiUnraal included and weglrti{!

when catching sight of the pros- that the man whom she imagines kind distant. The widow gave a tearful I. tnce of a care within a specified tioia.

trated forms of her parents the child heaven sent to protect and sustain her onsent and after having partaken of. DIRECTORS. t\"f M11 All1 rPi CHROMIC DISEASES.&?%?$*csoi1*& eNYEf5TPEfEENcI9
freed herself eucb u Kidney and BlaoUlt
from his arms and \t\ troutt .
running in her awful trial, Is a murderer with the refreshments John had preparedand -1- IILLUI.IJ i Rupture Uydrooele, Drains, Lone, elC., ssd& *
to her mother's side, said: the Have 'W CUfiEd 'w DUeue. Tamora, &1111 maUtnaat tronblea. Catarrk f J
of full
his fellow
fresh a stock
man of .
upon presesed KOM ,
upon her he Coffins Throat. Bead
Casketg N. and **
K. Lnnm. Dlseasa of Ire: 5
sj KINO U.
"Wake D.
up. mamma, and wake papaS his hands?" brought fed and and Burial Out tits. Bot-cialmven OMIE.. Chronlo Diseases of Women gaehuKr'JDiaatartl
up watered the to cr..u.TIJ.48 PttnIOl DlMh .
S up; baby is' afraid of the big man. lie bowed his head lower ove'r thesle.'nina' honses and then busied him self ingathering Burial services. W r i te UI 11l1d&ood&1 reprd1a JOur. condition rg It,you and are laeb"cIt weaknwtMIMGiiy or amloted.Qf_011.t"'$j j

: Please'make him do away." S Embalming to CONliin.JOII..a!._11'...liter_ __,_fDc1uCinc_____ __',mptolll blankl10r home treinDS .
'._ .. ., face of. the innocent rhl1li' I I up and packing thlngs preparatory -. Order .aA4A1L'ATION A.ND ADVIC BE., !

: "nat 21 situation: Alone at mm-,J and his' tender young heartJ ached to the journey. -' u_ .. __ 00. :t + ; Atlanta OJ
i : sight in the of u. '_... t tre. ,
depths a remote forest:
J while contemplating the awful circum- Mrs. Saint Clair sat upon the '

- with a dead man. an apparently dying stances which had been forced upon ground in an attitude of 'lopeless I Jerry Burnett --- ----- -_ -
: -, woman and a helpless frightened little him. I -- ------ ----
i "' child. I grief and John again approaching her { :

: S Poor John, weak and faint from .his I side said: 1 j( Merchant S. A. Standley &

- long -fasting and wearisome tramp, "Mrs. Saint Clair I want yoU t< j;

S Breaking Camp. come with me for a-little while."
": with the burden of his own s6rrowWeighing' I
The first faint pink streaks of approaching She looked Tailoring.
S upon his heart felt for a up at him yith wonder B, ,
S day were flung out i ,aSnst
;:moment! as If he were the victim of creeping into her sad eyes. The Pinoacle of HUE!
S: the eastern sky. The birds in their Please don't ask Ocala Florida. r ;
me I
.some horrible nightmare from which any questions! imS.
he leafy nests began to ,twitter drowsilyand but do as I request Finest Has been reached in our:
S struggled in vain to free himself. you. I Imported and y : ,

Aroused at length to a sense of his ere long one songster more 'He was holding the little girl on his I! Domestic Cloths. I I ',' I -:;: ,' S buggies and harness. The.
energetic than its /
mates burst ,
:' intoa left
arm and
duty the offering his right hand j re
by screams of the terri3ed I ;l S
' : child he returned to the woman's side sweet roundelay of delight and he assisted the lady to arise, gave her ; Cutting a Specialty ', ,, S they"can ever be better is ttpi '

4- and tried to quiet the little on*. presently the "whole woods rang his arm and led her down toward the j,i Fits Guaranteed. S 1nac1 vate the St '

witm melody from a thousand brook, ,
making a wide circuit
S S The lamp fire Bickered and blazed so as j! ""' > The
feathered even
throats. A pair of then
beautiful not to pass the cot on which reposed | our vehicles wiDl
-T up fitfully; casting weird shadows over coal black horses which had. been the form of 'I'- a;

-e -,- the sorrowful scene. The fainting tethered out for the night began to When he.. reached dead husband.the brook he j I Education by Mail S at tjte, top.- They S are not tn

mother revived. and sitting up drew crop the fresh., young grass,' and the seated her in an alcove thickly shadedby No Jeavfnr home orem poyTnt t 'I'. S isriceai: though, as to beof O. .' a'i'I'

young day grew stronger and soon: the dense e&tioD. tmOjze en1- Ume stwi1 tanedQ. ;-' .. S 1_ '
her child to her heart and sat rocking I I foliage and placing the little &ok.teepingo, A Dllal.home, S most vehicle usors. Let
S brilliant light from the first beamsof girl in her lap said: Grammar. 8eieDCet, IB. .Lati.D ; eta
lier baby to and fro while her sobs 1'i.readJ)'TaqU w..
the rising Sun fell athwart the I I T Ka1J. Teachers aided ,
shall return for you in a short $3rmezanunation&1011'S.of foo figure ii,
: and moans fell dismally the I t fr.A.ddreu,Lt. sneee.cstaIogma>
upon still mournful scene. I time. Until then. trust me and sit HD1ES,1&latka.Fla.

S 1t t LIVERY '


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'Miasionaries! India'. Little Grains ,from Griner Farm. CANDLER ITEMS. GRINER FARM. ;lrofetonaL. ,
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ritten tot the Ocala Banner: I Special' to the Ocala Banner: Special Correspondence Ocala Banner: Special to the Ocala Backer: F1TLLR i'& BI,.iLOCK.Deulists. .

hey gr '0? sincere Is the glad On entering this/ literary career I'" Miss Sara Agnew, of Lake Weir Mrs. Albert Sidney Johnson of Al- "

consecration f _'* feel a great timidity when I remem- spent Saturday and Sunday In Cald- achua. who has been visiting in Anthony Over lIuaroe &Chambliss Bank-Ocala,Fla.
sends them far hence with the ber my worthy predecessors of Griner
ler the guest of Mrs. Holtzclaw.Mr. and this place for several days, 1TzEsr
Gentiles to dwell. Farm and Oak., E.BIGGS.
Pound and daughter, of Jacksonville 1 __
returned borne last Wednesday.
d,butld UP his kingdom whose All readers of our noble county papers :Make auresyk'dcfqtnntItyn4
In town the
) were on Friday, ATTORNEY-AT-LAW.
prklous Salvation remember with pleasure the Farmers: are busy preparing their quality.Vben your fatter planted
guest of Mrs. Holtzclaw. (Office in Gary-Agnew Block.) Feny'3 they wtrs the t st on the
[xjl3-4ea.th! of its sting of its victory items of Jolly Two, who ,vas the 'pioneer Mr. Daon. the new pastor of the lands for staple crops, and are plant- OCALA FT-ORIPA market ever,bat since.they We hare are been eiptrta improving In- -

writer flower and vegetable seeds. .
bell from Oak- the let-
newsy Methodist church, preached his first ing vegetables of all kind 1906 Seed Annual.beautifully do*
lyond; the wild storm and the dark ters from Rose Bud. who has gone to J M. THOMPSON trattd,free to all applicants. .- -
sermon here last Sunday'rning. F.V. Bishop will plant eighty acres -=---
heaving ocean blossom in another climate and the Detroit. Ulch.
; The ladies of the Methodist church PHYSICIAN AND SURGEON.Office .

;r go to the beautiful"land of the Hatchett, whose pithy points and spicy gave a box:asocial and musical entertainment cantaloupes on tie I/iftman plantation over Tea-pot Grocery,Opp.Moutezuma.

I sun, notes" of all as truly a:;; cuts the t OCALA. FLA.
at the home of Mrs. Mary The famous Buster Brow Blue
wtose groves and sweet valleys steel from which the writer took his W. H. .Scarborough has returned
t Hiscock pn Friday evening. Crowds EDWIN SPENCER. Ribbon Shoes for boys and girls at

i reigns passion's commotion name. were out and everyone seemed to home from Floral City, where he has the Fair Store. x

rl hose plants must be gathered, We regret the early demise of Hatchet -' ATTORNEY-AT-LAW,
enjoy themselves. The musical part been doing some carpentering work;
who dwellers be won. who has so recently been laid torest OCALA. !+1* FLORIDA Assessor's Notice.I .
I of the program 'WaS very much'enjoy- to do some farming. r

: here, dead to the world, its allurements I cannot excel the literary ability of J time specified to receive returns of
Della Strange, Miss Viola Slaughter, some new ground preparing to plant
and glory, my predecessors attain t- DENTIST. property and agricultural statistics.
even #
and Mr. Milson, of Belleview came plnders; he says no trucking for' him.Mr. Meet me with correct descriptionsof
of the Teacher they'll meekhy their excellence. The OCALA FLpASLOS
toll fame of. such
ie over Friday evening to attend the box C. M. Murphy is rapidly ship- your property and you win never '
writers as the Bonnie have any trouble
; Prince Charlie :
social at 3lrs. HiscockSs. ping lettuce to the northern mar- L. SISTRUNK. February, 1905. %
patiently tell the pagan the (who by the is old school '
way an Mr. A' Ayer, tax asessor, was in kets and getting fancy prices. Eureka 16, a. m.
story mate of the writer) and'others of ATTORNEY.AT-LAW. Daisy 16, p. m. --
Candler on Thursday. We are glad to note that Miss Nan '' -
the garden the Room 4. M8.caic Building Fort McCoy. 17, a. m.
cross equal greatness
the manger cannot! be overshadowed -
Mr. ,M. Haughton. representing the nie Luffman is rapidly improving from Pine (school house) 17, p. ml ,

nd the tomb. even by the brilliancy of 'my Baker Homes Co., of Jacksonville, was her recent attack of fever Orange Springs, 21, p. m.x- ,
far from the home of B. SINCLAIR, CUm 22.
d far away pen.I
in Gaudier one day last week, shaking Mr. Joe Fore says he will challenge Sparr 23.Anthony .

heir children, may not elaborate 'upon the week hands with his friends. :Mr. J. C. he county on rutta beggar turnips. 24. -
and they'll wander ly STENOGRAPHER & TYPEWRITER.and March, 1906. S
ey'lwatch as maneouvers of "ankle
express" nor
Wheeler of Ocala in town few the of
was a Notwithstanding inclemency Ocala, from 5th to 31st.
nty shall call- ". dwell upon the attractiveness of "top days ago looking after his orange the weather last Sunday evening Mr. Notary Public. Alfred Ayer Assessor. --

Vastes and on waters, by jungle buggies," nor. shall I keep a diary to groves. Lum Luffman was out calling. Won- Special attention to out of Town Work 1-12-tf. -

nd wildwood publish every time the best fellow Mrs. E. Van Hood and Mrs. W. A. der where he went? Some attraction Commercial Bank, Ocala, Fla. -

friended, unshielded, yet strength- calls on his best girl but relegating Collier and son and Dr. Walter Hood somewhere. n._ NOTICE.

ned in all.Idolatry's 4hat to my contemporaries it sufficeth passed through Candler last Tuesdayon Mr. F. P. Calhoun hc planted 10 A/its as a Benefactor. I, Taxes are due and 'payable on the first '

your humble writer to tell clearly ,and their way to Lake Weir to spend a acres in cantaloupes. Mr. Sam John- ---- Monday of November ol each }ear.

temples they'll speak of loudly of the growing (Industries of few days. son has planted nearly two acres in China finds a \ise for ants. Prof. 2. Personal f Ad poll taxes must be paid at the '
same time that real estate is paid OUt it assessments -
Is merits, this section. '- cane; look out girls for candy pulling Riley, of the Agricultural Bureau, are to the same party.

Zay .ts shall mention be made of Griner Farm includes a section of Doliver's Rate Bill. Mr. and Mrs. George Koons of Pal- Washington, has received from' Han 3. If possible come in person to pay your '
taxes raying mail or through other parties
111\' love; pretty country intersected by the metto, are up on a visit to the lat- Chow an account' a curious use, is frequently unsatisfactory.

,i(: in labors they sink and theirin Ocala and Anthony hard road. Oak Speaking of his rate bill Senator ters father and mother, Mr. and Mrs. made of these insects in that part of 4. When you come to pay your taxes brine a .
description from your deed or latest tax receiptof
- wear red spirits the postoffice, is near the railroad Dolliver says: W. H. Luffman. China. what you wish,to pay on.

ave earth for the holiness center- I, three miles south of Anthony. "The bill which I have introduced is The pound party gin at Mr! Arch It' seems that, in places throughoutthe S. Don't wait till last few day 3 of time to pay
then: expect the best service either by mail .r
d. above. I I McDowell's large lumber and> crate intended to correct" some of the, abuses Culbreths Friday night was a grand province of Canton, the orange in person. 1 he ruth is then on and delays are

they falter? 0 no! for in him all I mill is erected there, furnishing em- which still exist in the matter of rail- success. groves are injured by certain worms, unavoidable.comes You must take your turn as. it -

Ictorioua ployment for numbers of hands. The road rates.It is not drawn in a Our efficient school. teacher finished caterpillars doubtless, and to be rid 6. You must have your property properly assessed

r !sickness and sorrow, and death company also runs a grocery and dry spirit of hostility to the railroad sys- her seventh' month on. the ninth inst, of these pests the Inhabitantsimportthe of taxes..if you The wish colleetor to avoid cannot trouble alter in the payme valuation *' -

hey will bei; goods store for the accommodation of tems of the couhtry, but in the inter- and will teach another month. ants from the neighboring hills. or description of assessments found on *he .
tax: book E. I CARNEY Tax Collector -
tears and in trembling they plant, its employees.The est of harmony and good will betweenthe Rev. J. W. Ogle, of Ocala, preachedto The hill people throughout the sum- 10175 m Marion County.Ocala Fla. .

uf how glorious r naval stores industry is doing a railroads and their patrons. It a large and attentive congregation' mer and winter find the nests of two

3 harvest of souls that already they paying business here. Their still Is provides a public tribunal impartial In here Sunday. species of ants, red and yellow. The ADMINISTRATRIX'SINOTICE OF FINA .

eel! located at the parka \' south of I its attitude before which the shipper Hon. James E. Broome hsa an- trees are colonized by placing the S DISCHARGE.IB t -

the new ipostofflce. I may present his complaint against an nounced for the state senate. 'Bout ants' on their upper branches, and
County Jadge's Court Marion
ey go; though to them while as In the western part of Griner Farmis existing rates, and the carrier his defense time Col. "Whiskers" :Kirk was heard bamboo rods are stretched betweenthe Florida. In Re Estate of J. t'. Edwards, -.

liens forsaking another lumber mill run by Mr. of the* rate. I from.-Tampa Tribune.INTERESTING trees, so as to give the ants easy Deceased. .5 S

sir country and kindred, the fu- Seymour, One of the most Interest- "The bill avoids confusing you on .'access to the whole orchard. VOITICK.' whom it may IS HEREBY concern that GIVEN on the TO All, -

ure is dim-. ing industries and not the least mentioned the commission dispensing power or DESCRIPTION.Of The remedy has been in constantuse 1st day of June A. D.1906, -

ey know' \\hen on beams "of eter- is the \farming and trucking any authority to disturb commercial at least since 1640 and probably the undersigned will apply to the Hou. Joseph -' -
Belljudge 01 said court. as judge of probate. -
ity waking carried on by our energetic tillers of I conditions where separate markets are the Progress Made in; Building!' dates from a much earlier period. for estate of J. H. Edwards deceased and at the
yll find more than country 'and the soil. involved or competitive ports of inde- Key West Extension. --- same time f;will present to sad court my final --.

indred in Him. Spring is coming and already farmers pendent railroad! systems. The juris- A Successful Sanford Gardener. accounts as administratrix of said estate, and -,
ask lor their app/oval. -
ey climb the tall vessel. and why are preparing ground for seeds. diction is confined to the carrier complained Through the courtesy of Captain Dated this Nov. 28, A.. D. 1905 ,

oth emotion We like to see young: men with of, and in the"case of a joint Drisc ll, the editor of the InterOceanand The first man we saw on our streets I As Administratrix- Hstate ot D.J C.. P.EOWARDS.I Edwards.de -

at swells in each heart of regrett-., broad brimmed hats shading honest I rate to the carriers participating Street Commissioner Fulford, this morning was County Commis- ceased. 12 a 6m --

ag yet tell- faces, earnestly- engaged in assisting I therein. The power is. given in sucha were yesterday shown over the -gr .de sioner ChappelV of Sanford, .who is in \ ---

:ause they have not, for one life the soils productions. I II case to the committee investigatingthe completed by the men in the camp at town to attend the regular meeting of ; TIMBERLANDACTJUNE31878.NOTICE FOR PUBLICATION. .- .

f devotion Encouraged by a series of warm : subject'fully, hearing all of, or Key West. It was a long walk from the county commissioners. Mr. Chap- -

i thousand for Him who has loved winters, some of our planters have de-I any regulation affecting it is found to one end to the other and back again, Jell is feeling comfortable over the I United States Land Office, Gainesville,, :

hem so well clded to risk seting, out orange ,: be In violation of the interstate .corn- but it was well worth the time and prices he is receiving for his crop of Fla, Dec. 18, 1905. .

again. I merce act, to correct it by an order trouble. lettuce, now going to market, and because -
ey leave us for time. and we then Messrs.' Hullman Jones" and, Martin requiring the carrier to fix its rate The work which began on the east- the ,celery outlook is especially NOTICE compliance with the provisions -

aw committing Luffman having recently set gams ?!! With reference!; to a reasonable maximum ern end of the island has .been completed I bright. He .exhibited a letter from : of the act, of Congress of June

him who trod greatly the billows I I their places. ? I I ,prescribed by the commission. for more man a mile tumml: I ana sf his! cammiaaion; houaea u-hloh 3, IS'S, entitled'"An asi Iv' thi al$

fold, t Mr. John Seyler has returned from 1 l "The bill proceeds:: on the theory that the city, and there is no disputing the stated that a car of lettuce just received 'I. of timber lands in the States of California -

treat that us, se\'ered-His will so the, south where he accompanied a I I such an order of the commission fact that it is the finest roadbed any- I sold for from $3; to $5.50 per Oregon, Nevada, and ,Washington -

where in the world. The fill in some crate. That's enough to make Territory," as extended to all 5
-nnHUng shipment of cattle from this section. should go into effect at the end of any .

life, may be finally one of His fold. Mr. and Mrs. Gen. Coons and two thirty days, unless in the meantime it places on the Key West itle"is fully lettucf grower feel good. Mr. Chap- the Public Land States by act of August -

esus! who wept in the days of thy 'children of Palmetto returned with is modified by a supplemental order six feet, and in no place is it less pell is about building' a commodious 4, 1892, John D. Robertson, of

', than three. The material for the fill $5,000 residence on his place, equip- Ocala, county cf Marion ,State (or
orrow him. 'i'hey'are visiting the parents of of the committee or suspended or vacated '
Territory), of Florida, has this day filed -
th those that were weepers, thaubidest Mrs. Coons -and other relatives for a I by order of a decree of the circuit has,bet n .secured on either side of the ped with every modern convenience. in this office his sworn statement -'

not now; few days. corn t of the United States exer- right of way by .bl stlng out the rock. -Orlando Reporter. No. 354, for the purchase of the East 2 -

ough in tears today parting We are glad to learn that Miss Nan I cising a jurisdiction in equity when Every foot of the grade is on a solid one-half of the Southeast one-quarter -

here's hope for the morrow;, nie Luffman who has been unwell for not limited or in any way abridged by rock foundation and the filling has Northwest quarter of Southeast quar- -

at hope and that joy and .fruition some: 'time is improving.. I an act of congress. If such an order made a cushion on which riding will --WETERMELONSGood ( ( N ter and Northeast quarter of South .

V art Thou! Mr. Cunningham of Anthony, was of the commission is round by the be delightful. There are now several west quarter of Section No. 5. in .

-Mrs. A. E. GRAHAM.IS makingpastorial calls in this vicinity court to be unfair to the carrier or 'gangs' at w9rk. One of them has -- Township NO. 18 S. Rang No. 20 E.
and will offer proof to show that the
started the fill between Key West and
-- day 'last week. unjust to the public we have the or-
one Money in Growing Large Wa
is valuable
sought for its
more '
BEEP A FOOD PRODUCT? The school' is continuing, its' termto der of the Supreme court for saving Stock Island, another is blasting out termelons.I timber or stone than for agricultural

of the courts to the material, and the other two gangs
eight months. It is to be hoped that it is duty purposes, and to est blish his claim -

partmant, of Agriculture Takes ,Up that all will manifest a lively interest vacate it.. The bill is framed on the are pushing rapidly on to the beach have been planting each year to salg land before Clerk Circuit courtat

Investigation.Vasaington .. in it by keeping a good average attendance theory which the supreme court has where the road will leave the land to for several years, from 70 to 100 Ocala, Fla., on -

Feb. 8.That beer Is a till its close. repeatedly held to be sound, that a cross the harbor. acres in Eden variety of Watermelons Monday the 26th day of Feb., !'006. .

There nothing that helps a community well constituted commission is better The grade on Stock Island has been and have made good mon He names as witnesses '
d product and that it is fast com-
to more than a good school and I than the courts to deal with the question completed and like that of Key Westit ey every year. I secured good W. L. Brooks, of Holder, Fla. _.
r be classed with the least harm-
good. religious facilities. Those being of railroad rates. is built on solid rock. There has Eden seed to begin with and have L. W. Brooks, of Holder Fla. '-. '
beverages is claim
the first questions asked by prospective .. "The bill provides for a thorough been very little- filling necessary on improved them each year, by selecting S. P. Potter of Iverness, Fla. -
the close attention of the -
; govern- 5
S. S. of Ocala Fla. '
Savage ,
Stock Island in fact for a Ions stretchin -
inspection of railroad rates, with a my seed from only large ''
nt connected ,with the De- settler! -
experts Any and all persons claiming ad- ,
TOWNY MANE view to bringing to light those Inequalities the center of the island it was and well shaped melons, I have .
rtraent of Agriculture. The Dertment f versely the above described lands are : -
which have crept into the necessary to excavate in order to get them dried in the shade, which
to file their claims in this '
of Agriculture Is, and has I requested ;- -
n for some time pursuing an in- PINE NEWS NOTES.Mr. I business of transportation through the the required grade. will when properly planted always office' on or before said 26th day of -'.:.'.

andlie ,, greed of influential shippers or throughthe To those who have never been over come up as they are sound and February, 1906. ,:'
pgatlon of the nature, effects
i bf beer. \ < Henry Granthan and family. pressure of competitive condi- that island a trip over the grade will full I have 1500 Ibs., of choice W. G. ROBINSON. Register ::..

have moved to Holder, to take charge tions." be a revelation. The soil of the Island seed to offer at 50c 'per Ib.: When Tis notice must be published once ,_ 5
)r.. W. II. Wiley, chief of the Bu- -
is exceedingly rich and i is admirably a week for nine consecutive weeks in/ '
of a hotel at that place. They are you send your order for seed and :
lu of Chemistry of the Department
old residents of this place. He has Pushing Toward Gulf. fitted for truck farming. wish me to do so, I will instructyou a newspaper published nearest the -
j Agriculture, is especially interestIn land, and must also be posted In a.'z
of rich
There are hundreds of acres
rented his farm to W. L. Martin. how to prepare, fertilize and >
the referred to in land office :1- .
subject having the
[ '" conspiculous, place ,
:Mrs .Anna Grantham gave the The Atlanta, Dothan & Gulf Railroad hammock land, covered with a black cultivate. Let your order come In
frequently In lectures. Dr. Wiley is for the same period. 12-22. : <,' _.
people an enjoyable candy stew is pushing their work beyond loam, which will grow anything. at once. I sold the same kind of
yet to make statement
ready any at her home at the foot of Canal Cottondale and grading is being done Captain Driscoll was quite enthusiastic seed over S. C., Ga., and Fla, last FRIDAY, FEBRUARY 9, 1906. :.r, -
{report on the question as to wheth-
Bridge. between "Cotton lake and Compass over, the progress made, and was year which gave perfect satisfac- NOTICE OE MASTER'S SALE. -"C
bee is food product. .
Messrs. Monroe Brothers and McDonald Pond. Just as fast as the graders also proud of the good discipline in tion. :
|I will say this much," he- said to- Under and by virtue t>f a cetarin '
\. have the finest farm mule finish up their sections east of Cot- the camps. The engineers in charge decree in Chancery made and entered
that the of beer and wines "
> use team In this part of the state. The tondale they will. be thrown on the had considerable trouble with the first I. FURHAN STILL on the 24th day of January, 1906 by
M in the work of temperance. To the Honorable. S. Bullock Judge .,
farm mules cost something over thir- 12 mile section below reaching to the gang of men sent down here, but they Blackville, s. C.
pirate, there' is not near so much 1: of the circuit court of the Fifth Judicial -
teen hundred dollars.' This team is pond. Grading will .soon be finishedto are all working.. with a will and general circuit of Florida sitting -
|emperanee in Germany, used at the lower still and Ocklawaha the L. % N. where everything will satisfaction prevails. We are tle ice' :rett fer the celebrated-! in Chancery for Marion county, in a :, -
es and beer are used to such -a certain cause therein pending wherein '
river. I be transferred below. The track Is While t.he engineers are not proneto Gemize Earjea Leather Gcois. Ocala Fur Gordon S. Scott as Receiver of the ::
at extent there is in Scotland.ere .
as J. :R. Thomas and W. L. Martin are I Iha'ing finished and is expected to reach Cot- discuss the work of the other nitir Co. Ocala Building and Loan Association '. .
spirituous liquors are prlnci- is complainant, and Herman :Moses -.
residence erectedin tondale by April 1st. The continued camps, and seem to be entirely wrap-
If used.. a -- ----- and others are defendants I will. on ,
West Pine and will move to it at rains this winter have materially affected ped up in .their o\vn work, we elicitedthe NOTICE. Monday. the S
pel-many. Great Britain and the 5th of March 1906-
Day -
the of the work. information that there ara now ,
named once.. progress the same being the first Monday in .
jilted" States in order
The past week of Springtime weather Anyway, it is morally certain that over twenty camps on the different In the Circuit Court of the Fifth Judicial the month and a legal sale day offer
largest malt bever- Circuit of Florida in and
of ,
has set the birds- to singing, the I Dothanitea will do their fishing this keys and about 4,600( men in the field. for Marion County-In for sale to the highest and best bidder .
'a, and the general good health of for cash. before the court house.
German and Americans trees to blooming: and the trace chains I i summer in Compass Pond., This means that the work is being Chancery. door in Marion County, Florida, between -

English to gingling everywhere and banked in I Our annual Sunday school picniccan pushed on all the large keys, and in the legal hours of sale, the following ,
pointed to ,as strong proof of the Nancy A. Jones Complainant, vs Ji described lands in Marion \
there will be nothingleft
the happy scene be had probably on Spring Creek, a few months '
eat that beer is a food ,product, the back-ground B. Jones, Dafendant Order for con- County Florida, to-wit: .:,
Is the deep blue smoke of the freshly- 1 or at Carapbellton this yaer if the to be done but fill, the gaps. structive service.It The northwest quarter of the lot -
that its consumption aids instead it is learned Is ordered that the Defendant- or block of land lying immediatelysouth
fields. Everybody is busy railroad company can get their pasI From other sources
retarding the work of temperance. burned ; herein named to-wit: J. B. Jones be of and adjoining the lot or block --
peaceable and happy. I senger cars here by" that time and we that preparations are now being madeto and he is her b required to appearto on which the Ocala High School

have no fears but they will be able start the concrete work in the harbor the Bill of Complaint, file In this Building now stands and is erected, -
The Best Physic. cause on or before Monday. the and being bounded on the north by"' -
Tuesday afternoon Master Siebert t to do their part.I at Key West and at the other 5th day of March, 1906, South Sixth street on the ea.st by lot .;-

[When1 you want a physic that Is Davis, the bright young son of Mr. This railroad is destined to work places where bridges will have to' be It Is further ordered that a copy of land heretofore sold to E. H. Hel-.
y$ and gentle, easy to take and cer- 'I I InterOcean.Are of this order be published once a venston by the Trustees of the said -
Davis while playIng for Dothan and we will soon built-Key West ;,
W tQ.act, always use Chamberlain'smach : and Mrs. George wonders week for four consecutive weeks in Ocala High School; on the south by '
and Liver Tablts. For sale leap frog had the, misfortune to ,j begin to feel the effects, of it-Graceville the Ocala Banner a rewspaper pUblished lot belonging to Mrs. Musie Bullock -,

I..aldzngg1st&a m break his collar bone. This young (Ala.) :Messenger. You Restless at Night? in said county aud state:. and on the west by Pond street or -. I:
This 19th, day of January, 1906. so much thereof as may be sufficient -
1110 state executive committee will man has been unfortunate,"enough to J And harassed by a bad cough? Use '- S. T. Sistrunk, to satisfy the said final. decree "

et la Feb. break his collar bone several; times. A I Mr. John-A.. .McCall, president of the Ballard's Horehound Syrup, It will secure Clerk Circuit Court, Marion County, and costs of court. -
Jacksonvilel on Saturday, I I sound sleep and effect a Florida. H. M. Hampton. i
for the purpose of filing: a time I physician was called and patched him New York Life Insurance company.' is: prompt you and radical cure. Sold br all .Edwin .Spencer, Complainant's Solid- 1-26- Special Master in
to be dying. V I I tor. 'l-26-5t ChancerTHE \.
;holding, the primary eltctlons. up, and. now, he dolng' all right. reported -. druggists., m I'

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-; # :',', Was-/PAGE' "Not, Accustomed TWELVE._-Modern' Ways. t. --!nmmnmmmnmwi" " '" ," ",,"",",;"" ,y"" ,," " " '!" '" .;T .

"With, a'bunch of Ottawa, e\ nlefhd .
state fair 'the ..:: ", N -' :: '
,_-took in theTopeka ;' J. :: /;: ;.
_ther day,were a visiting missionary ::: ABE"v: --- JAKE frt."

and an old gentleman who was very .,.- :

deaf. and who had never seen a bill ::-- .
.:.f fare used'in a hotel. -

-*The preacher took occasion to distribute :: '

a variety of religious tracts

'' ,,through the, coaches, and the old :: CROCR .
gentleman, being unable to. take part, I TAPOT r
In' the conversation acquired a collection .I
: of the literature and assidu- _
S. eusly perused it throughout the trip. :: .
'lIe was fairly well sated with religious ..
at his destina- .. ".::,-:
lore on arriving : -
tion. -
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f The first care.of the hungry excursionists ..-
the capital city .
on reaching -
and repaired .-= V 1
was to secure dinner they .
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Y; in. a body to .one of the principal .- ,
V hotels. The old gentleman Ras obviously I .
out of his class. It was evident : '
that he was a little bewilderedby :: .
the unfamiliar usages of a modern ., We Want to call attention especially :. *
hotel, but he made his way with the : your
ethers through the fair-time press ..- < .
and secured a seat at one of the ta- .- ->:'

'kles.He. appeared to be surprised as he :. which is essential
three Articles tot
seated himself. "Pears like we're .- to
/ too early-there ain't no vittles on dI! ,

V V/ the Ion. table As ,he" he didn't remarked hear the to a reply compah-it is :-- \ j--,'.,, '. ., ,, ,'-.,'', <' -:,'' ...;>...-. '; ,'I

= unnecessary to repeat it here. ",. > : :
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1"Order, sir" perfunctorily jerked .-- have g'oOl-a We' Mean : ;< -' ,
in overworked waiter, pausing behind : ,,
kim and submitting the printed menu. ..- ,
His voice was inaudible to the man .. : ,::
with the auricular handicap, who con- ..== '" '\, <.: :': ,, :j.,
temptuously waved the paper aside. :: >:
,Puzzled, the knight of the tray passed '. ., .
on; and shortly had an appetizing .. .rE
I array of viands spread on both flanks COFFEE TEAS
V and opposite to our friend so unfortunately :: ;
Ignorant of the conventions.
To the sensation of hunger was .- '. ,z,
'added a growing measure of wrath -
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as the old man noted the astonishing :
fact ,that everybody In_the room but '
himself appeared to be supplied with : '- i : "

ft od. He began to glare and his condition .- a.n d BUTTER v ,- .' "*.- .v "
,being suddenly discovered by : ;
the head waiter that functionary ..- ,
struck the flag of dignity and hast- .-' ,
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ened to personally attend to the neglected -

.. guest.: :-- l .
'."Y ur order, sir!" ..- '
And again a bill of fare was thrust ..- 1 1
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before the exasperated old gentleman. \ li'/'
The latter grasped it and tore it up. :: ; -
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Then be roared: .
"Blast Infernal tract! I don't .. ., :
your .
want to read; I want something to .. IN THE COFFEE LINE : V : 1
e'tI"-Kansas! City Journal. :
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'' Duties of the Press. ..- V
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., '.'Freedom, of criticism is a. privilege :.:=: We are exclusive agents for Chase & Sanborn whose reputation 1
of our newspapers: which is in no dan- ..
ger of being taken away. It is too .. '

.social essential and

,too essential freedom of mind and .

A alertness advantage of has mental its shadow life. so As personal every- E: best. We have the Golden or Fancy Rio at 20c per Jb For a cheap

gossip' mean detective scandal, and :- .

along false romance as evils in in the criminal train of news freedom come, ..:=: drink can't be duplicated. Our Own in 1 and 2 Ib. tins at 25c per Ib.t '

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and some papers there are of which
the very existence means both cruelty : will with 35c '
E compare favorably anybody's goods. 1
/ and putrefaction. But when the liberties j
: V and the license of journalismcome ..
:V before'' our courts and juries, .. The Seal Brand in 2 lb. tins have
there Is seldom, difficulty in drawing : no a ua1To prove these assertions 1 l ;;

clearly the line that devides abuse .,
from justice. Today more than ever .:: all ask is the
to and
I the organs of opinion throughout this .. we use goods give them a fair trial and 1 j

land are assured that for honest and :- '

'public careful moment comment no/punishment on men and is acts likely of- ... you will then be another witness to the fact, 11

to fall upon them. Such comment -
k is their duty, for. they are guardiansof :-- 3
the people's welfare, as surely as ._ rw-
,, .are teachers, statesmen, ministers !

: 'of theirs the, a gospel privilege A high a.call.mission and with is .: Tljeir Teas are of tfye same High Grade Always Taliig :: !

every editor or newspaper owner ( ) j
should be ever the devotion and the .
/ responsibility that good men feel .

when power over others lies within : First Place. ,< 1'j j
their hands. A man'who uses the vast .Si1/ ; : 1
power of publicity to harm the public .:; t f
for his! own gain, or recklessly and .- i
.selfishly to injure Individuals, is as :-- I
wicked as an immoral clergyman or ,.- .
Venal office-holder. Little to enforce .
journalistic standards can be done by j
T7 law., Most of it must be done by the .
opinion of men an d women, by encour- tF
agement of good, by refusal to coopO "

.'erate. with ill.-Coillier's Weekly. ....- Besides handling GEORGIA BUTTER( We have VERMONT I 1

Automobile Races Postponed. I ::: CREAMERY which is par excellenct at 35C pound 3 for 100. ,1

Havana, Feb. 11.-Phillip II. Hoe- :

V flle.embassy, third, has secretary resigned of the to American go' into .0 The above goods are from the best dealers in the United States and I Ill I

private business committee of the r ,.

been appointed to welcome Embassa- ::: the prices for the quality is within reason for all. .
,.dor Thompson, who is expected short- e .. Why not have the best. 11
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: : place ,! :,,-. . :; : ; f
.In;. next week's paper the 0. K.. Grocery ..--- '"'} .
will tell about the '
you prize for -
V Marion county farmers. 6C $
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,.. 'Chas. W.Frightfully:Moore, Burned.a machinist of G j,,
Ford City. pa., had his hand & 1
frightfully burned in an electric furnace C }
: lie applied Bucklen's Arnica CI TEAPOTCROCERy )
Salve with the usual result: "a quick G L
J. 'and perfect cure." Greatest on earth j
.for burns wounds, gores, eczema and e; j
piles. 25 cts. at Tydings & Co/s e I
drug store. m .. ,
f r e :
-The famous Buster Brown Blue

"' the Ribbon* Fair Shoes Store.- for boys and girja.ft,- ',c L.* I.?. 6'6"'.' '6'' 66 66'6"6' 6"" '66"616'66" 66'666'66"616666'' "e' 6"j"

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