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: March 2, 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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rOL.40, NO. 38. OCALA FLORIDA FRIDAY MCA: II 2 1906. '

'Mr. J. D Williams, of Coton: Plant A California subscriber In renewinghis .. ..

\ I several days ago shipped a ear load of subscription to the Ocala Banner, ; MONEY TO LOAN -I-:

beef cattle*to a Tampa dealer and received ,
I says "May the Banner continue to
therefrom a handsome profit on ,
'I wave above all her contemporaries in
his Investment.

$ I -- old Marion and all Florida." To Every Customer Based on 'Business:'and ". ,

X004 Mr. ,and Mrs. F. A. Shufrrd, of ': ;' ,' ?' .

Asheville, N. C..' are the guests of the Mr A. y Strunk and family moved Responsibility. '"

f.>nner'brother. Mr'' Joseph Suford Monday Into Mrs. Sallie Reddick'3

and his wife. house on Main street. Mrs. Reddickis
: "" -- now making leer home in the country CHAMBLISS,

Miss Sara Agnew who came up Mr. Strunk wilUalso In a few BANKERS.

from Lake Weir a few days ago and days begin the erection of a houseon

was the guest of :Mrs. M. C. Looney, the lot just back of Mrs. Red- Ocala, 'Fla.,jan.27,1906.!

has gone to Jacksonville where she dick's place. ,

expects to spend a few weeks. "--'" -

-- Mrs. Wallace Kelsey and little girl Mr R. B. Campbell is xt Valdosta, r

Mr. Willie Frierson, who now lives who have been visiting relatives In ,
_ Ga., for a few day's business visit,
at' Chattanooga, Tenn., has been Ocala and at Inverness for several _

( : : : ,-., : ,, ".. ": ', ,- : spending the past week here at his weeks went down to Stanton Monday Mr. J. E. Mcllmurry, of Jacksonville, RIP QS

,- > '. old home with his grandmother, Mrs. afternoon for a week. Mrs. Kelsey
.: .,;.' -: is in the city for a few days.
,' ," ; :"N'" -,, ; Clark. will visit at ,Tampa before returning to -

J .. i' > her home in Jacksonville.
| Judge Hopkins of Belleview, was a
Mrs. William P. Haisely cameup '-- I prominent visitor to the city Tuesday.
Friday morning from Belleview, and They are telling of a Tallahasseegirl We Have Now in Stock

spent the day In Ocala. She reportsthat who received a proposal of marriage -
Miss Virginia Mayo has returned
AGENCY Line of
Mr. Haisely is not improving' as by telegraph. She went to the
home from a visit to her sister, Mrs.
rapidly as they bad hoped for, which office and asked the clerk how many '
I Jesse Neely at Lake Weir. RINGS that Can Be Found
she could send for .
AT will be bad news to their many friends a quarter.He

said ten, and her answer was:
Miss Pansy Souter after a short visit Anywhere.Call .

%. POSTOFFICE0RUfi Mr. and Mrs. Z. D. Harrison o_f At- "Yes, yes yes yes yes, yes, yes, yes, in Ocala returned to her studies in

lanta, who have been visiting their yes, YES-Tallahassee, Capital. Gainesville Tuesday afternoon. and See Them.

son. Rev. George Hendree Harrison, --

Mrs. D. W. Tompkins and little ...
I rector of Grace In
churcp If it is a bilious attack take Cham'-
STORE.OCALA this city left Friday afternoon for daughter went up to Micaaopy Mon- berlain's Stomach and Liver Tablets

their home in Atlanta. day to stay at their old home duringthe and a quick cure is certain. For sale :,
by al druggists. m
.absence of Mr. ,Tompkins, who

FLA. Sheriff Henry Gordon and U. S. left Monday for Tennessee. and Ken- Mr. E. S. Upham is up from Lake .
Marshal T. Bishop than whom there tucky to purchase horses for his stable Weir to attend the' Sunday school -

are no more popular:! men in the county in this city. worker's convention at the Methodist .

in last week and .- church.
-- were our city .
ELIZABETH HARRIS,. "Mr. B. E. went Miss Minnie G. Burroughs of Jacksonville "
Raysor up to Lowell bird hunting In the vicinity.-Dunnel- -

Local Editor. Monday. He, will spend several daysIn lon Advocate., left J.Ionday.afternoon, for Mr. Oscar J. Keep representing the
S Fred G. B. Weihe
s that section before returning to her :home. 'Miss Burroughs' has spent Dodson Printers Supply Company of ,

Ocala. Mr. and Mrs. H. C. Jones and :Mr the past two weeks in ,Ocala with Atlanta, has been In the city for several -

w= HAPPENINGS ABOUT TOWN.The --- and Mrs. O. G. Gates and their children Miss Sara Harris and. was a much days this week. TJje) Jeweler,

We are pleased to learn that Mrs. spent a most,delightfu' day Sun- admired visitor. She was the guestof L J *

George R. McKean who has been day-at ake Weir. They went downIn honor of quite a number of pretty Mr. Frank J. Ansley,' of Thomas-
Star has dropped 'its colored l .
quite ill for several weeks, is now able their automobile and enjoyed their affairs .and made many friends during ville, Georgia, was in Ocala Tuesday. -
eotamn.s. .
; --- to sit up. trip hugaly. her short visit here. Mr. Ansley is in the mill business with Death of Mrs. Simmons.

\ ,Mr. Nathan Mayo of Belleview, J "- headquarters at Jacksonville.Mrs. The sad news- ;;;;;received In this
Miss Louise Harris went to Schemes for electric railroads are Mr, and Mrs. J. E. WUtse and their J '
spent Friday in Ocala, up city Monday of the death of Mrs.
Gainesville Monday afternoon to springing up all over Florida and we. daughter. Miss Grace Wlltse of Le- W. R. Glendinlng (formerly
Simmons, mother of Mrs. William P.
spend a week with Miss Christine would,like to see realized our schemefor land, Ill., after a week's visit in Ocala M.s: Nina; Burnett) of Springfield,
Miss Annie Fienburg of Dunnellon I Halsley of this city which occurred at
i< Richards. a trolley line from Port Inglis with their cousins Mrs. Thomas Sex Mass.. is the guest of her parents, :Mr. I
pent Friday with friends in Ocala. the home of another daughter at
through Dunnellon to. Ocala. Such a ton left Monday ,aften.3on for Fellowship an.T'-. A. E. Burnett. She is ac-
Lewes, Delaware, Sunday.
b :Misses Florence, Anderson and Co- road could place merchandise in Ocala where they will spend a week c' u.l by her little daughter.
Mr. J. W. KImbrough, of Webster, Mrs. Simmons lived In Ocala untila
gle Lee Chitwood two of our popular cheaper than it now comes from with Mr. Hat Barnett and family. Mr. -
"tpent a few days in Ocala during the year or two and oldest
ago was our
'... school teachers visited Ocala Saturday. Jacksonville.-Dannellon Advocate. and Mrs. Wlltse and. Miss Wiltse will Dr. H. C. Howard and Miss Mary
week. citizen she having celebrated her nine-
Dunnellon Advocate. ,then visit the east coast and Cuba Howard of Champagne, Ill.. returned
-- & ty-sixth
Miss Myrtle Lychraan of Chatta- before returning to the north. from their trip to the east coast, and birthday some months ago.
Col, Burham, of Waco Texas who She
member of
was a a old and
Mrs. Howard Clark, who spent a noogaa, Tenn., who has been spendingthe -- Cuba and are again the guests of Mr. very
ipends his winters on Lake Weir, was
distinguished of
family, one her bro-
j few days at Duanellon with her sis- past two months in Ocala with Rey. Charles Epperson Powell of and Mrs. E. M. Howard.Dr. .
jk Ocala Friday. thers having been one of the prominent ,
ter-in-law, Mrs. E. C. Bennett returned her aunt. Mrs: Abe Brown, left Friday Lexington, Kentucky who is visiting

,"- home Friday. for St. Augustine and Atlanta, relatives in this city, preached at the and<< Mrs. H. M. Hainill, of Nash- bishops of the Episcopal church
.i'Robert Murrell came down from
of New _
where she will spend a couple of Christian church Sunday night. Mr. ville, Tennessee, who are conductingthe Jersey.

fJacksonville Sunday to. spend a few, Rev .and! Mrs. R. E. Herndon and weeks before returning to her home. Powell at one-time was the pastor of Sunday school workers conference ,, Mr. and. Mrs. Halsley, who have
|(*ays.i .. I been spending the greater part of thewinter'
in this
city week the
are '
children, of Cave Springs, Kentucky, the church here and was exceedingly j f i
the Mr. and Mrs. Charles Rheinauer. popular with his members. Sunday Mr. and Mrs. R. L. Anderson during at Belleview, left that placeMonda.y -
of their
are guests relatives Mr.
k',1tr. Dan Miller, jr., who has been
Mr. and Mrs. Gus Rheinauer and Miss their for Lewes to be present at
!,cite ,Ul for several weeks, is able tohe and ,Mrs, J. A. Brigance. I night he preached a fine sermon and .. Mrs. Simmons's funeral Wednesday.Mrs. .
Gertie Rheinauer returned home Fri- -- .
-- -- his friends were Teatly pleased at the

out again.; Mr. G. A. etteway has been fialled day from a few days' fishing trip to opportunity of hearing him again. ,Mrs.: Edd Carmichael, and her guest, Simmons lived a very active

I x Homosassa. had Mrs. Susan Cates and her life and was a woman of many virtues
to Atanta to see his brother who is They excellent suc- --- little son,
( Mr. Wm. D. Thomas went out toI' and
dangerously JJL He left for that city cess with the finny tribe and enjoyed Mr. N. White brother of :Mr. Thos.W of Georgia, have gone to Jacksonvilleto eplendid characteristics and she
*Pine Monday afternoon, to visit his
Friday. their outing Immensely.Mrs. *. White of Ohio, the ,sewing machine visit friends They went on the will be greatly missed by her manyrela.tiT
parents for a short while.
man of world-wide fame, died "Hiawatha" by way of Silver Springsand and friends.
7 lIon. J. C. B. Koonce. of Sumter- C. M. Harrington, of,Augusta, at Beloit Wis., the other day. Mr. the Ocklawaha river to Palatka, .
|, Dr. R. D. Sistrunk has returned to
} ville, editor of the Times spent Sun- Ga., who has spent the past ten daysin White was a man of many peculiarities.One and from thence by railA M r. Leiter'a Big Purchase.
jpade; City after spending a few days
day and Monday in (Ocala with his Ocala with her friends Mrs. W, S. of them was that he would never -
> t' Ocala
< Fellowship.
wife and son. Durst left Monday afternoon for a trim his whiskers. His whiskers were Livery Tussle. As already xientioned in these col-

I. .. visit to Bartow and other places in With that old enemy of the race constipation umns Mr. P. IL Lester, of this city
-- probably longer than those
.' any
Mr Fred from
Gaskill came up oft ends in appendicitis.To .
;[Candler Monday and spent the day Maxie Moody, who in now workingat south ,Florida before returning home. other man In the world and they avoid all serious trouble with recently purchased an immense tract
stomach' liver and bowels, take' Dr.King's of land In Su-nter county from Bu-
LeakeIcXeil's drug store In -- would drag a foot on the ground when
with some of his friends in Ocala New Life Pills. They perfectly I
I 'gene West rt Jac-ksonviUe. The
Jacksonville spent Sunday In O aJp. Miss Louise Nixon, of Gainesville he allowed them to hang do'rn.-From : regulate these organs, without pain
e; .
*i, the attractive daughter of Rev. and or discomfort 2c. at Tydings & Co. other purchasers: of tY = property with
\. Mr. E,'T ..i.enston: returned home with his mother and sister. the January Modern Woman. .
'- Mrs. T. J. Nixon, of this city, arrived druggists. m Mr Lester were Mr. r. W. Blount, of
):Monday afternoon from a ten day'sItrtp'
to New York City. Mr.R. J. Knight of Crystal 'River in Ocala Monday afternoon on a visit W:; D. Cam: of this city has gone Miss Nan Williams to Wed Dr. Lob I Tampa, formerly this city, Mr. G. A.

was in Ocala Monday and left over the to her aunts Mrs. George J. Taylor to Louisville, Ky., to attend the meet- enstein, of New York. McLeod and :Mr. George Weeks, of

Miss Eula Durrance went down to Seaboard for a trip to Jacksonvilleand and Mrs. W. C. Bull. ing of the National: Educational Association / :, Tampa, and Mr. Leslie Wilder of
Lakeland.The .
Tampa Sunday, afternoon to visit her other points."If -- in that city. The state su- Mr. Ralph Waldo Lobenstein, ofNew
Mrs. E. H. Mote will again sing, at perintendant and a large number of tract embraces 55,000 acres of a
parents for a short while. York City and Miss Anne Mun- .
a Coon Gets Sick Give Him the Baptist church this morning. Mrs. the county superintendents and other turpentine and saw mill timber lands

Mote is few weeks in the roe Williams, the second, daughter of j and the deal was made' through the
: Mrs Mamie E. Fox and her sister Chicken and Gin" will be sung by Ed spending a educators of the state left over the 1

Mrs. Frank W., Ditto, went down toFruitland Pittrmm at the Beaver Minstrels Fri' city at the Royal Palm and delighted Southern Rallwal Sunday night from Mr. David S. Williams, of this city, I West-Riley-Rammie. Company of I

Park. Monday afternoon. day night. Be sure to hear it. x i all two weeks ago with her beautiful Jacksonville in a special Pullman car. will be united in marriage on March Jacksonville.The x .

" fc>' j --- : voice.-Miami ''Metropolis Sunday. the eighth at Flushing New York, price paid for this excellent

l LMlss Allle Epperson- Williston Mrs Schoenke, who has been .vl'- ; The following party left Friday for and will probably include a visit to tract of timber by Mr. Lester and his

: I :Mr. J. D. Robertson has recently associates was U25, IO. and It i3 said a
f [spent last week in Ocala, the guest of I II iting her relatives :Mr. and Mrs. d. Lake Weir: Mr. and Jlrs. W. B. Gray Ocala on their wedding trip.Dr.

I I': er'friend. Mrs. Arthur Masters. H.Whltworth in Ocala for some weeks planted a row of palmeto trees with .their guests. the :Misses McClel- Lobenstein is a graduate of that the timber is well worth the price

"o returned home Friday. around his property on Ocklawaha ten and Turnley: C. E. Ball W. A. Yale aad also of the college of Physi- ; paid. Besides the timber there is nine

-.,.Mies..,. Ernestine Brooks went home avenue both inside the yard and out Gallaher and M. W. Carruth.,> Whiel cians & Surgeons, of New York, ands miles. of railroad which was included -+

, ilai!el Friday afternoon to spend Messrs. Reece Carruthers Thompson and when they begin growing will be gone the party will be the guests of a practieing physician of much in the deal

. the week end with her parents.Dl Hall Charles and Brown of Oxford a wonderful improvement to this already Mrs. Gray's brother Mr. Carney, and prominence In New York his native The deal has been on foot for sometime .
" ,' but was not closed until Satur
a and Mr. and Mrs. J. S. Schecut beautiful avenue., '- will spend several days enjoying the city. ,
1 day morning.
i' Fanny Stone went down to and Mr. Scott Branch were among hunting and fishing in that vicinity. Miss Williams, who Is a very hand-
I Mrs. Dean, of Plant City who has -
'1' \tystat River Friday afternoon to I the visitors to Ocala during the Tampa Times. some and charming: girl was a gradu-
been spending several weeks in Ocala Wedded in a Lion's Den.
spend a few days with relatives.. week. ---- ate of one of the New York hospitalsas
"" with her ilisterIrs.. J. W. Behind the heavy iron bars that Imprisoned -
.yn..' ----L.._ .. Miss Dalton, of Philadelphia, a very a trained nurse and for several e

ure R D. Sistrunk, of Dade City. Mr. P. R. Lester, of this city, has Crosby was called home Friday. Mrs, efficient trained nurse who has beenin years has been practicing her profession I two huge lions with more

r moss in the city the guest of his cous- recently purchased from Mr. Eugene Crosby had panned' a.very delightfulall Ocala for several weeks nursing in that state and her ap- than 5,000 people witnessing this most
day picnic at Silver Springs for unique of marriage services, Mr. Her-
.,Messrs. S. T. and Carlos Sistrunk. West of Jacksonville an immense Mr. Hibbert Weathers, returned, to proaching marriage to Dr. Lobenstein
of timber lands in Sumter :Mrs. Dean Saturday but owing to her bert Warner ot Westfield, Mass, and
acreage Caniler: Friday afternoon where she is the result of a very pretty romance.
i departure Mrs. Crosby has recalled Miss Annie McMahon, of Patterson, N.
r Dr. G, Stalberg of Dunnellon county for milling purposes. will spend several weeks with her sister "-
her invitations. J. were married Sunday afternoon at
): pent Friday In Ocala with his bro- -- 'before returning north. The The Best Couch Syrup.S. .
.. L. the Florida Ostrich Farm. in Jackson- '
Mr. Thomas Needham returned --- I Appex. ex Probate Judge,
aei,: Mr. Harry Stalberg. friends 'of Mr. Weathers will be so I Ottawacounty. Kan, writes: "Thisis ville.
South Lake Weir Scientific Wonder.
home, Friday glad to know that he is very greatly to say that I have used Ballard's
where he went to finish the plumb The cures that stands to its credit Horehound Syrup for years, and thatI The wedding march was played byNewsura's
.1tr. and Mrs. James Dria ers, of makes Bucklen's Arnica Salve a scientific improved an dis now able to sit up.
do not hesitate to recommend it as First band and
ing work in Mr. F. E. Haskell's splen- wonder. It cured TL R. Mulford Regiment
.Oc tlawaha shopping the best cough syrup I have ever '
were doing some
lecturer for the patrons of husbandry the ceremony was performed, by Jus-
did new residence.A Mr. Alfred Ayer Marion's affable used. 25c. 50c. and Jl.OO. .11 druggists -
r other business in Ocala on FrloJ 'Vayne boro. Paof a distressing ease m tice E. E. Willard.
T -.- of piles. It heals the worst burns* sores and excellent: tax assessor. was in -
meeting of the reading boils, ufcers. cuts wounds chilblains Mr. and Mrs. Warner were presented -
Ocala Tuesday and remarked that
'" Married Ladies Card Club.
and sault rheum. Only !5c. at Ty .
a purse of $100. They will go to
dr5. Httle club was held Tuesday afternoon he' observes vast difference in .
; D W. Tompkins and dings & O, druggists. m a =
Miami and
Cuba their
on wedding
ter' arrived In Ocala to Join at the home of Miss Sara Harris. The the home life of the people 'now as The Married Ladies Card Club met
attended but Mrs.. J. C. Nelson and her trip and >ill then return to Jacksonville
.-.;:;.Tompkins and make this their meeting was not largely son. Mr. compared to that of thirty years ago. this week on Tuesday instead of Wed- .
ana will probarJ" make theft
,,, was quite an interesting one. The Fred EJchenlaub former residents of They now live in better houses, they nesday afternoon on account of Us being

>:t'- club Is now reading and discussing art this city who have been spending the are better furnished, the tables are Ash Wednesday, the beginning of home in that city. '

re.'Thomaa" Mann- of Webster, and artists and It Is proving quite past three weeks very pleasantly: In better ,supplied and the cooking Is the Lenten season. Miss Minnie H. FOR SALE.

,Next week the club will Ocala with_theIr friend Mrs. CharlieE.
entertaining. immensely better. Mr. attributes
':i1 t Miss Bonita Barco. returned Ayer Gamsby was the charming hostess and Forty acres of desirable lanl within -

re bome'at Webster Suday after- meet with Mrs. N. M. Allred and the Taylor left Monday afternoon on this. Improvement In the homes of our the games of whist and the dainty the city limits will ba-sold cheap.

:after Ocala with last three chapters of the book will be ,the Seaboard Air Line for their home people largely the fruit of
?.. a.brief visit in fat as our public menu served afterwards were greatly I will subdivide and. resell for pur
: ZewadskL the lesson. .. ; Belleville Ohio. ..- schools .
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l 'i cI_,._ ._ ; Th : : THE' _OCALA BANNER, FRIDAY, MARCH 2, 1906. ; :

... ;,< -- ,. V "
__ ir:; > THAT HALL OF FAME. Such briefly, is how the Governmentno V prevailing dynasty 'of Massachusetts ANQUN' } EMENT.I 1For' 1 H : $ io.O.O IVIV

less than the University, happenedto politicians, If he had been offered asa .

:r -:: When one of the: Eastern Colleges, come by a Hall of Fameof* its own. candidate for ths Hall of Fame. Indeed ;

'. ,,I on. advertising bent set up a circus -Henry Watterson in the Louisville I am not sure whether: his statue District AttorneyTo FORAPUMPKNI

1- and called it a Hall ,of Fame, the cyn- Courier-J our11al. is there now._ They might havo the Democratic-V-tels of the,Fifth I .

ical were disposed to sneer and even -- preferred Sumner or Wendell Phillips. Judicial CircuIt.I /
the thoughtful to look askance. It "Two Gentlemen From Kentucky." I have been thinking over in my own ; hereby announce myself a candI- !

,. might better have been christened an mind whom I would pick: for, Ken-I date for the office of States Attorneffor _
"How soon we are forgotten whenwe tuck's two memberships In the Hall the Fifth Judicial Circuit at the
;; Avenue of Publicity, because whilst ,
derjocraMc primaries to be held May
i: the skeptics have found their jurIsdiction are gone" says Rip Van Wlukle,. of Fame' if the choice wtre left to 15th, 1906. '
: last that weighed pounds I
in store
the advertisers also have had I returned from an absence of 'but t we- I me. Booae .and George Rogers Claik .. ". EDWIN. W. DAVIS. We had a pumpkin our year
I reason to rejoice In a scheme at'once ty years to find the very face of nature I readily present themselves., They are could have sold it twenty. times. This year we want to see !

changed, and how many .onlookers not likely to less in For County JudgeTo -
more original and enduring, as well grow stature as :1
.. ; of Marion County: of them and will give :
the Citizens
have, with self-pitying heart- time advances. Traversing the line
as more satisfying in Its returns, than -
t_ .. tragical athletics, or freak concert- throbs, responded the .whitehaired we come to Isaac Shelby, a fine figureof I nomination announce that and I re-election am a candidatefor to the V TEN DOLLARS IN GOLD. : "

tours. The Iconoclast too, has had old vagabond uttered the true a man, and to Scott and Metcalf, office of County Judge of Marion

: his innings, several promising candi- familiar words and gazed tearfully into his lieutenants so to say; and there Ccunty, subject to the Democratic Tothe'V
Pnmarv to be held May 15th, 1906. "FARMER OF MARION COUNTY"V.
dates for immortality having got their space. was Richard M. Johnson, the Indian As I am engaged In the active administration -

: Quietus at the hands of The Commit What is Fame but a shadow? Whatis I fighter, a Vice President. cf the Unit- j I i I will not be of possible the duties for of me the to makean officeit Who raises the largest one.

tee, and Valhalla Itself the blackest Glory? "Go ask him who died o' i jed States, and a famous man whilst active or extended campaign.I .

of black eyes from its self-constituted Wednesday," In the ong pulse-beats he lived, as was William O. Sutler solicit the support of the Democratic Pumpkins are used every day en the table-we sell them canned vj

z guardians. |. of the centuries years are but seconds f his 'Comrade in politics and in arms. pledge Electors to them of an Marion honest county faithful, and not sell them from the garden!-They are fine feed for stock. JB

When the wings of the Capitol at and achievement as evanescent as the And, what about Ben Hardin and John aud upright administration of the duties -
desire Let "Marion County" take 'the "pumpkin prize" at the Tampa Fain
_ if it be their
of the office
_i1; Washington had been completed. and clouds of evening. Of Caesar we Rowan? John J. Crittenden and '
that I shall again serve them.
ii 4: the, Senate and..House of Representatives know a little, of Napoleon, less; but Charles A. Wickllffe were men of the Respectfully yau want to enter the contest please send your name and address. W|

1-. had moved to .the commodious barring the Founders of Empires and first order of intellect and public ser JOSEPH BELL. '
-- will furnish, seed to those wanting them.
_ quarters newly provided for them, the the Poets and Sages, who left them- vice. They are almost as shadowlikenow The famous Buster Brown Blue

;f' Old Senate Chamber seemed exactly selves upon the written page, what' as Kenton or Menifee or Leslie Ribbon Shoes for. boys. and girls at Yours,'

suited to the uses of the Supreme are the great historic names but figures Combs, whilst Tom Marshall seems

Court which hitherto had occupied a' of speech? A few lines more, or a myth. the Fair Store. x THE O K GROCERY ,
t bit of a hole-in-the-wall below stairs; I less, in the biographies; what does it The suggestion of Abraham Lincoln I Judge J. H. Bell was busy Wednesday ,

but what to do with the gaping space matter? and Jefferson Davis does not impress hearing the case of two colored Next door to Mclver & MacKay. Clark Bros, PrepS

left by the exit of the Lower House Kentucky has two niches yet to fill me. The conjunction lacks 'both the '" and Emmett I
Dade's Hall of Fame at I men' Richard Glymp ii_" .. _.'_.. -' '-.. -' ,_ ._ _-. .-
in old Jack '
j became for two or three yers a ques apposite and the relevant and is Scott for stealing fertilizer, etc,' fromJ. "

tion. This was settled, like many an- Washington. Who shall be selectedto equally whimsical and far-fetched. fined $100or --
D. McDuffy. Glymp was -
other matter of moment by the ''mer I fill them? Happily-or, ,is It un- Though born in Kentucky, neither amps
six months in the turpentine -THE
est' triviality. i happily: ?-we have a long list of names Lincoln nor Davis was a representative J
and Scott was given three
There chanced to be a venerable to choose from. Once upon a time Kentuckian. Their lives were

!: hanger-on about the Capitol, turning Felix Grundy opposing a certain bill passed and their careers were wade -- Hardware

iT his hand to such odd jobs as the Ser- for the creation and christening of a elsewhere. They belong respectivelyto TO REMOVE Marion! Corp
geant-at-Arms and Doorkeepers might new county, plaid. it .down as a wise Illinois and 'Mississippi, not to i FRECKLE and PIMPLES.IN .

find for him, and very well known 'and precaution to ignore the claims of men Kentucky.Two 10 DAYS USE

very much esteemed by everybody, of still living, "for," observed the wary and two only, of the typical i I HEADQUARTERS -

the name of Dade-"John W. Dade of old criminal lawyer, "the person so Kentuckians of a day when the state .yNADINOLA. .

VIrginia, sun, and don't you forget honored might become very odious, or held a foremost rank in the ..councils THE COPLEXION BEATTTFtEB American Wire Fencing .

1 It!" Col. Dade had a nose for a good die In the penitentiary." In like man- of the Nation, urge their claims upon i V

thing. Indeed,' he had something of ner, the designation of a representative my sense of the eternal fitness of Sash/Doors and Blinds
__; a history. Sprung from an excellent hero should be circumscribed by things, and they are Hen-y Clay and V

family, he had been classmate to John the requisites of historic pjpportlon John C. Breckinridge. Paints. Oils and, Varnishes,

Tyler at college, the intimacy being so and universal approval. That in sucha During nearly fifty years Mr. Clay

I close that they were commonly refer- : matter a Legislative 'body should be was not only the most famous and Important I Mill and Mining Supplies, .

red to as "The Two Jacks" and In' prompted 'by a contra wise spirit could. Kentuckian, but one of the triumvirate I V V

-V. 1841, when Harrison and Tyler had mean nothing but the placing of the that gave celebrity to the 'V ::,,',,'".. V Turpentine Snpplies, .

: come In, Dade repaired to Washington. ephemeral and ignoble above all other American Senate. He was second aloneto V Tc
V Improved Farming
: Four weeks later Harrison 'died and perspectives, often at the cost of the Jackson as 'a power in the land. V
: Tyler was President. "Now," said memory sought to be extolled. He could not be excluded from any: V

V Dade, "I'm fixed* and straightway Nor are elements of worth alone to i Hall of Fame taking'he whole coun- GET OUR PRICESMarion

called at the White House, when be considered.. There Is the questionof \. try for Its source of supply. His exclusIon ,

., something like the following passed: fitness no less than of the common as a representative Kentuckian -

i -Hullo, Jack," said the President consent The hero of today may be, would, in my opinion, outrage his

"What brought you here?" and: doubtless he will be, forgotten to- tory. I Hardware Camp:
_ "An office," said Dade, laconically. morrow. Indiana, I believe, chose for John Caleb Breckinrldge took up the ,

"What kind of 'an office?" her representatives Morton and Hen- Kentucky leadership where Clay lid Formerly Advertised and sold eNAEIXOLA .

"A sine-cu-ree!" Dade replied still drl ks. They were not ill-chosen; but it down He was a magnificent successor : No cI.aDO' :n formula or U&'bge.: The same "
_ ol'ly asiee c\ao&"d to VC'ldlodcsi.as we '
as laconically, "big pay and no work." distinctly, they stand for a partisan and wore the Clay mantle re-I cannQt ",!iVllt to ha\l so vaIul&ble prepatation 1I.-- k=RI6T 1 r [

_ "Well" said Tyler, "you know I am compromise. Within the memory of splendently. No man of his day approached confused with any other.TaIINOLAksguarauted.. and ttojey will be CAPITAL ., '1

: President now, Jack, and I must be men still living thex were the fore- I him In commanding influance i\ refunded in every case wter*.it fails to reo $50,000.00 U
_ ino;''! irecVles piracies liver spcts, collar eiiscoloratiotnsaliowncis. -
careful. Before I appoint a man to most Indianians of their time. But the I and popularity, or in shining qualities. | sup tan, black heads, ,

oifl'e I must be able to give the public generations to come? Fifty years 0 He was, par excellence, the typical tecty disbursing days.eruptions.leavesthefLia:tc
V some evidence of his qualiff!ations. hence, the stranger in the Hall of f Kentuckian. He would yoke well with am:? rtstores socandiioo the beliul,S.jldin ot vuUh.P'kf each. city by all Vice-President Z. 0. C'rambliss.V" V : j' I
.: _Have you any letters of recommenda- Statues is likely to ask, "Who was Clay, carrying forward the. apostlic I tead.ng cniggiff.lit xail. Cashier, J. B. Brooks.CENTRE. :

'- tion from people who know you where Oliver P. Morton?" and "Who was I succession of statesmanship and oratory Prepared only bbNATIONAL
TOILET CO. 1..t ,
you live, any proof of your. characterand Thomas H. Hendricks?" Greater men linking the heroic age of the ,

fitness, in short do you bring the than they have fallen into oblivion. I pioneers with the modern world of aU Paris, Temi. ,P''" ,"
Sold In Ocala by, leading orug stores-
; President any petitIon. or letter of How many Americans could offhand j i I that is knightly jmd masterful and

credit?" tell all about George Clinton, of Rufus j lovable, and that we hope 'and believe I NATIONAL BANK
"The best in the'world," said Dade. King, or Silas Wright? Sargeant S. is still vital. in the Kentucky character I -- ;:I, f

"Let me see," said Tyler. Prentiss and George D. Prentiss are and tradition. County Judge's Notice to Executors. vi
Thereupon Dade put his hand In his not infrequently confused. Xapl s-on-the-Gulf. 1906. H. W. Administrators, Guardians, :{J J)1
Etc. 1
_ Inside pocket and drew thence a bulky Peter Harvey, in his .reminiscences" The attention of all Executors Ad- '-: 1J

: ', p'cce of writing detailing at length of Webster, tells an amusing story of THE NEWS FROM BELLEVIEW. ministrators, Guardians and all other ,
persons exercising authority in DIRECTORS. ::
V his many virtues. The writer declared how the Godlike Daniel at the very any If.
matters ,
1 relating to estates under and ,
that the one thing in the world pinnacle of his career, found himself | To the Ocala Banner. by virtue of the authority of this -

whch would, make his happiness com in a stage coach along with a fellow- I Capt. W. W. Stanton and Mr. J. D. court is respectfully called to sections J. K. Chrirtiaa, R. S. Hall ;
1872 to 18S9 inclusive Revised 1
plcte would be the appointment of his traveler, who hailed from Salisbury, McCallmon of Jacksonville spent the Statutes of Florida, relating to the Geo. Mackay T. T. Munroe _'

lifelong and dear friend Col. John W. New Hampshire the home of the I last week in Belleview. settlement of their accounts, final discharge H. A. Ford Z. C.
V .and removal of, for failure to
: V Dade,\ to whatever place he might apply Webster family, where the world-fa, Miss Emma Washburn. of Ocala make such return and reports as are \ I

f.>r. It was addressed to Wil- mous statesman and orator was born was the guest .of her mother Tuesdayand I required by law, and NOTICE is here- V
I by given to all 'concerned that :-_--_
liam Henry Harrison. President of the and reared. The following conversation Wednesday of this week. Executors Administrators, Guardians,

; United States," and was signed "John' as reported later by M.. Webster One of the most enjoyable affairsof and others who have failed or neglected -

Tyler" himself. passed between the two: late was the marsh i'P' mallow roast to make their returns to this courtas -
required'by law on or before the
V V The PresiJent read it deliberately to "Did you know Mr. Webster?" on Lake Lillian last Saturday even- first day of June, 1906 will be required -

the.end, turned without a word, to his "Old Capt. Eb. Webster?" Inquiredthe Ing. The jolly party were:, Miss Della to make such settlement under process -
J of this 'court and will be forthwith .

secretary, and ordered a commission passenger. "I guess I did I knew Strange, Miss Grace E. Linderman, removed from office.

; to be made out for John W. Dade, of him and all his family. They were Miss Viola Slaughter; Mr. ; Arthur As these returns are often compli-

L. Virginia as Keeper of the Federal my neighbors' and friends; and a nice Ilfes hn, Mr. Warren Holtzclaw and cated entire, requiring record and the examination considerable of time the,

Prison then. and still, located in the old man he was." Mr. Reinhold Demeter of Candler, Mr. parties desiring to make such settle

:: District of Columbia. "There, Jack" V "Did you know him intimately?" R. S. Pratt Mr. Rex Nichols, Mr. Geo. ments are requested to advise me the
: particular day on which they intend to
.. said he "that's the nearest to 'a sine- "Very intimately. .He had a son I Linderman. Mesdames Bush, White, make settlement In order that I may

cu-ree' I know of." who was a most extraordinary man. i Halstead and Miss Barnes. arrange my engagements with others

V V V Pade took the oath j l office, assumed EzekIel Webster was, a son of Capt On Thursday night March 1st a \viil having be no business conflict at the,Respectfully office so there, ;1

his new post of honor and duty, Eb. Webster, and was the greatest man musicale will be given at the town hall JOSEPH BELL p.Pt

_ and had the prisoners summoned into New Hampshire ever raised. I was t by Miss Grace Linderman and Miss. County 3-2-tf.Judge. of Marion County Fla.

prison-yard before him. "Ladies In the Concord courthouse, wh2re I Viola Slaughter for the benefit of the I Branch of

V: and gentlemen" he said. "1 have been was a juryman at the trial when he Ladies Aid Society, of the Methodist NOTICE.

appointed by the President of the fell dead. He was arguing a case vlry church. These young ladies will be -

V United States to preside over this honorable eloquently when he suddenly fell to assisted by Miss Boswroth Miss Bes- Notice Under of Application Section 8 for Tax Deed V
Chapter :
institution. In. the beginning, I : the floor.. It made much excitement ''sie Shedd and Miss Ellie Tremere. 4888 Laws of Florida. -'
: want to Inform that I shall treat i He great Notice is hereby given that W. C. .
you among the people. was a Miss Grace Linderman, Miss Viola I Townsend V V V : .:
purchaser of -
Tax Certifi-
each and every one of you as a Virginia I. and there is nobody left like him. -
V man Slaughter, Mr. Warren Holtzclaw, and cate Xo. 749.' ated the 7th day of De
gentleman should treat a body i He was a powerful .noble looking per- Mr. Reinhold Demeter. of Candler, cember, A. D., 1896; tax certificate J V

::: of ladles and gentlemen and the first son. We were all proud of Ezekiel I enjoyed a delightful trip to Silver No.1900;261 has, dated filed the said 6th certificates day of August in my

:-i son-of'a-gun that departs ,from that Webster; very proud of him. We Springs on Wednesday.Miss office, and has made application for -

calling shall be turned away from the should have sent him to Congress If : Della Strange spent Sunday law.tax deed Said to certificates issue in accordance embrace with the

:V Government's bed and board and compelled he had lived." at Hawthorne. following described. nmnortv. cttnotovg .." E. C. Smith. j
v**" -*hMAb .u FLORIDA.'V
td work for his living.7 "Had Capt Webster any other children Miss Ethel Miller, who has been east in Marion half of county southeast, Florida, to-wit:
The story that CoL Wade quarter of SMITH &
goes made ? I quite ill is improving rapidly. southeast quarter and northeast quarter .

a most efficient and acceptable superintendent "There were one or two girls, but Quite a number from Belleview attended half of of southwest quarter and west
west half
V they died young, I elieve; and there southeast quarter
the of
at Candler on Tues- I southwest quarter section 25 townShip Funeral Directors
.V Twenty yea-s later still wearing were one or two otter sons." day evening of last week.A 12 south range 25 east. The )
V knee-breeches end a ruffled shirt, the "Do" you remember anything aboutEzekiel's crowd said land being assessed at the date
large! gathered
V V at the par- of the issuance of such certificate in LATEST METHODS.
last survivor ot BEST
the regime an Ien. it brothers? the
name of Ralph
sonage on Friday evening to meet Henry and J. B.
: came into the resourceful mind of this "He had a brother, I think-a younger the wan. Unless said certificates shall be Telegraph orders receive prompt
new pastor. Mr. Dean. Ice
: V old public functionary that the deserted brother." redeemed according to law tax deed on short notice.
was 'served during the evening. will issue thereon on the 2nd day of
V. Hall of Representatives might "What was his name?" V April A. D., 1906. -
Among the
recent arrivals at the
.; be utilized as a, Hall of Statues that "Let me see. Oh, yes; I think his Seminole Witness my official signature and ijCLl
are Fred seal this
: Hunt Jacksonville the 28th day of February, A.
I this Hall of Statues would need a name was DanieL" D., 1906. -
; T. C. Farster E. Liverpool 0.; .
V, 1V : :'keeper and that rie was just the man "Did you ever see him?" F. H. .I S. T. SISTRUNK,
Gilson, Boston, J. B. Pound Clerk Circuit Court
V : V:;: iJJ' for the job. Congress thought so, too. "I used to see him when he was a Jacksonville Florida Marion County, I.
V ,r ; Mrs. H. J. Pound Jacksonville 3-2-C .
f."> It was so ordered and, to the end of boy .-
; Geo. Linderman and wife
"' his .days, which proved to. be long inV "Did you know him at all?" TAXES.
V Pittsburg. Pa.; Miss Grace Linder .
'' ;: the land CoL John W. Dade, cf Virginia "Oh. yes, very well. -
VV ,:,:. man, Pittsburg Pa.; Y.: M. Hulme State and county tax books V will
was the Custodian of what
was "Well, is he living close. If i velands
V :' Jacksonville; Geo. McDonnell, Orlando according to law on :March 31st. you :
ift during his day an empty but imposIng Well I guess he is; I never heard All properties not paid on at that if
;>;?;: semi-circle but which Is now of his dying. I never thought ; S. J. Taylor Jacksonville, ,W H. date, will be advertised for sale, which or you want to buy:
: Doster, Philadelphia; J. H. will add extra cost. turpentining lumber
j' : known Zaring, or
: as the receptacle of two effigies thing about It '
but I believe he is a Coming in to pay your taxes, please
si : .i:"'.;:: in marble Jacksonville; J. H. May, sort Tampa bring last f-
-.... V allotted each State of lawyer down about Boston somewhere your tax receipt.
V City; M. D. Abram Ohio The tax collector's -'
the Union for designated worthies and Before ; Geo. Smith. office will be
he died
even Daniel Webster closed after March :
: V Ocala; C. R. Boyd. Jacksonville Fla. 31st for about (!)
officially described the Hall ; three weeks
as of Sta having lost his popularity in the Bay in order to make up the
V tues. State, would have been rejected by the Neal Caston Tampa; W; H. Stanton, tax sale list BLOUNT ,:
V,; Jacksonville; J. D. McCallmon. E. L. CARNEY i
t 3-2 V Tax Collector. :
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I Beautiful Colonial Party Given BAND OF MERCY. NATURES. WORSHIP. < I WE OBSERVE

By Mrs. Zewadski and Mrs. Long.I ---
l J. f Written for 'the Ocala Banner .
fz' -- From last Friday's Daily. How the tiny wren is making i That-we have not yet had any winter -

From last Friday's Daily, the: annual meeting of .*e Band of Music In Its cheerfulnessOf ,- That all. the trees will soon bin

An affair which gave very great Mercy at the armory yesterday' after- the watchful guardian telling, full leaf and Cower. i
Home Who a little bird can bless!
Baking I pleasure to a large number of the ladles noon was so largely atended that ad- That our hotels have had a better

How the giant oak and maple
of Ocala was the beautiful: Colonial .- ditional seats had to be provided.The Toss their noble arms abroad season than In many years.

party, given by Mrs. W K. Ze president, Mr. C. L. Bittinger, Thickly laden with the blossom I That our streets need somethingmore

made a short and appropriate address Whose wild fragrance smells to God! than sprinkling-they need oil-
wadskl and her sister Mrs. Carrie B. I .
and spoke in great praise of Miss Tat- How the honeysuckles, spotting Ing.That

< ? Long, yesterday afternoon. The occasion hum. the originator and organizer of This rich carpet of the vale I the weather has been behav

had two raisons d'etre the celebration the band. As they flaunt in very pleasure I ing beautifully for the past few days.
Whisper, each to each the tale!

of the birthday of Georg? Mr. David S. Williams read two' That entertainments draw larger

ROYAL How the glittering Insect squadrons than In former years, that Is if all '
pretty little from James Whit-
Washington, the father of his coun- poems As they wheel and march in air !

.h' try, and the fact that the Zewadski comb Riley one entitled, "The PetCoon" Lift aloud their million trumphets, I shows were good the opera house. -

and And .their Leader's skill, declare! 'I I would always be crowded..
family have sold their beautiful home .the other "The Man In the

Moon." "" How the herds that dot the hillside I That our turpentine 'men are directly -
and expect in a short while to leave ,

Powder Ocala. Mr. Williams is a beautiful reader Mutely tell me as they feed, in the swim and everything Is grist
Baking 'God who kindly for 'cattle I
t- cares that .
and his effort this occasion goes through their mlllLThat
on was
: The entire home was exquisitely Is a bounteous God indeed!

decorated with quantities of Southern very nice indeed. He pleased! the little I the phosphate conditions are e

How the very sky Is laughing. better and those who are engaged la
smilax, red white and blue bunting ones Immensely. By the morning wooed and won,- I

tj i flags and palms. In the rear of the Mrs. Handley's violin pupils played How the very earth rejoices this business are -sawing wood and

The United States Agricultural Department three selections and did 'Neatti the fervors of the sun! t saying nothing.
i hall were pictures of George and Martha -

1 has issued (and circulates free) a valuable .report i Washington framed in, American : They were roundly applauded. 'God"' repeats the small birds music, I That our churches are largely attended -

'God! the painted Insects and the congregations -s.
The prizes were then awarded by cry; art
flags and from the time the guests .
the results of elaborate i I 'God!' the giant trees are murmuring'God
hearing better
giving experiments'made they the'president. sermons.
the hall until
I entered departed the little, shrubs reply. '
f I The following were the prize win- That Ocala, for the number of her
by and under the direction of the Department they were charmed with everything. Voices from the solemn forest! population shows more

I I Receiving with Mrs. Zewadski and ners: Voices from the tribes of flowers! newspaper enterprise

which show the great: saving from baking at home, Mrs. Long was Mrs. Charles E. Pow- First prize-Dorothy Lancaster. Voices from the brute creation. than any other town In FlorIda .

i Sky and earth-yet! where are ours? and
Second prlze- Dorothy Schreiber. perhaps any other town in thf
ell, of Lexington Ky. They all wore
as compared with cost'of buying at the bakers. United States.
I Third prize-Weller Carmichael.The ;
Poor I
empire gowns, Mrs. Zewadski's being and vile we can not render

All bread, cake,biscuit, crullers, etc., are very much white Mrs.. Long's' blue and Mrs. Band ot.Mercy: .is doing a nice I, Till Worship the -heavenly darkened Sun so of by glory sin- A -Card
Powell's red and with their beautifully work for Ocala in that it creates a Pierce the shade and shine within.Mrs. Birthday Party.

fresher,deaner,cheaper and more wholesome when powdered hair were Indeed a sweet sentiment of kindness for dumb ani- A. E..Graham. I I

Mrs. Jake: Brown entertained on. the .

made home with Royal Baking Powder.. _and charming picture. At the door mals. Miss Dye Entertains the Card Club. evening of Washington's birthday very

Mrs. R. A. Burford and Mrs. Mallory ---
Names Good Man For the pleasantly In' honor ot Miss Annie
I" Liddon both in white lace dresses a Legisla.ture. .
ROYAL BAKING POWDER CO NEW YORK Miss Hattie Dye was the hostess at Mathews, Mr. Robert Mathews and
with powdered hair met the guests. ,
To the Editor Ocala Banner: the meeting of the young ladies card Mr. Alfred Be k.
f Others assisting the hostesses were

SARA ELIZABETH HARRIS, I Deep down In his shoes we'll bet Mrs. J. E. Chace lovely in blue Mrs. It will soon be time for candidatesto club which met on, Saturday after The cozy little Brown home wad _

> Local l Editor. ;I It Judge Gordon feels like a hole in a C. V. Miller In red and Mrs. G. S. make their announcements for the noon. Miss Dye was assisted by Miss beautifully decorated with flags and a

> (:,counterfeit nickle.-Zolfo Advertiser. Scott, in white Miss Sue Barco, In legislature. Esther Weathers and this was one of bunting. There were seven tables of .

white and Miss "Valeta Potter also in There have been a cry for a long progressive, whist and the score card
the that the club has
prettiest parties
I PPPENINQS ABOUT ,TOWN. Isaih Cooper, who was to have been white. All had their hair powdered time "that the office should seek the were kept on pretty little hatchet

e;- hanged on Friday at Arcadia, for the aafter the Colonial style and could man," and "not the man the office" been given this winter. score cards by Misses Helen Brown v

--- murder of Marshal Bowman, has again f before The appointments of the party were and Gene Austin. -
: George and Martha. Washington have Now any one has made his announcement -
lire. A. P. Gilmore is quite 11} at score Misses Caro Liddon and Louise Harris
I ia the cards being
:. been reprieved.Mr. turned back the years and have been it Is the time for the office green, I
i.. Mr home In the second ward. .- pretty hand painted clover leaves. tied for the girl's first prize Miss
present in the flesh they would have to seek the best man.

-- I II. C. Packham Is building a There was one four leafed clover Harris winning on the cut. Mr. How
been delighted at the beautiful scene I wish to_ beg space to mention a I
?Mrs Mamie E. Fox fame home Sat- Mrs. Cullen but ard the gentleman's first
which Walters won
.drawn by -
front piazza to. his residence in the of yesterday afternoon. man that for honesty, conscientiousness was
nrdar from a visit to Fruitland park.T the luck that prize. Miss Pauline Sullivan and Mr.
second ward and Is making other improvements Mrs. Henry W. Long of Martel and good judgment Intelligence conservativeness I contrary to good usually :

hand in hand with the find- Osco Zewadski were given A little
thereon. ,goes
-" Mrs. Andrew Turner of Lake Sixteen, and yet, plain and outspoken -
Miss Mary DeCottes of Jacksonville ing of the four leafed clovers she cherry tree and .a hatchet to console
kinspeople of Mrs. Zewadski and Mrs. has no superior in the coun-

l Is the attractive guest of. Miss Pauline The New York World very sagely Long were also present and assisted ty. was not the fortunate winner of eitherof them for winning the fewest games?

f ulllvaa.Mr remarks that the first thought of a the prizes. The 'prize for the most_ A delicious salad course and ice I 4
the hostesses In receiving their 1 refer to Mr. B. I. Hull of, Connor.I .
f. despot has always been to prohibit t points was won by Miss Ethel Rob- course were :)served the cream and
guests. They were about seventyfive have no idea that Mr. Hull has ever

Charles Schneller came up from free criticism altogether.Mr. ladies present and the afternoonwas thought of such a proposition and It inson. It was the daintiest .little cake both being in the red, white and ,

j Woodmar Saturday, at noon to spend needle blue
silk four leafed clover colors.
devoted-to dominoes which is will take some pleading to persuade
U' Pamlay with his family. W. C. G. Kilgore who book while the for Mrs. Brown's at this
so ably getting to be a very popular game In him to run! but the affairs of the imaginable prize guests party

L. represented Sumter c.ounty'n the last Ocala. There were fifteen tables and county will be safe in his care. games a maiden hair fern In a pret- were Misses Annie Mathews. Caro
Professor P. Wilson Green of Belle- '
: legislature Is a candidate for re-elec- the games were played with great lIe has judgment to know what is ty little green jar was captured by LiJdon Grace -Hatchell, Leafy Sylvester
: ,view Ocala's visitors from '
was among /, I' tion. 'So this takes him out of the zest and absorption. Eight games best; he has Intelligence to know whena Mrs. E. T. Helvenston. Matie Williams, Edna Dozier

tie country on Saturday. race for senator. and law is Dainty and delicious refreshmentswere Pauline Sullivan Loube Harris,
were played proved to be most in proper form; he has firmness -

f... I -'--,-- William served after the games and all I Eloise Miller, Florrie Condon. Margaret
,Mrs. II. G. McDayid. Mrs. .Frank interesting. Mrs. Powers I to say what be believes on any *
Mrs. .Jamos F. Carley and Mrs. C. of the members of the club, with the Walters Sue Anderson Messrs. Rob
I Mrs. Charles Miller and Mrs. William subject; he has manhood enough not
Dorsey and their Miss Mabel I
gyes A. Bassett and two daughters of De- of Miss Anderson who is Alfred John
I exception ert Mathews Beck Workman
Hocker fortunate
: UoCredle, of Mlcanopy, spent Sunday' i *- were enough to win to be tempted by any bribes or In .
soto, Missouri are in Ocala,' the all of the games. In cutting for the ducements.Mr. out of the city were present.' MissD'e i Osco and Guy Zewadski Harry .
I Ui Lake Weir.
I I guests of their kinspeople: Mr. andI t I prize which was a."ery dainty little Hull served on the school board : also had as her guests, Miss Minnie .t I Palmer :Morris Smith Emmett Robin- t

I I I Airs. 'Charles Bardin. Burroughs of Jacksonville Miss son E. B. Duncan, Howard and-Harry -
r.! Miss Janet Weatbrs. Miss Annie I hand painted candle stick, it was won for six years and a better member

,!I I by Mrs. Miller. never occupied that position. He has Gertie Rhelnauer, of New York Miss { Walters Harvey Clark Ralph Robinson -
,Atkinson and Master BrantleY Weath- "
I I I Mr. A. S. J. McKInney, of Lake- Miriam Pasteur Miss Edith Pate-ti,'ot- John Pelot and John Sullivan.
The marked hand- lived in the for
games were on county forty or more
;.j _tn spent Sunday at Oldtown with land, who a number of was '
| years ago Boston and Miss Mamie Taylor. j Mrs. Brown pleasantly assisted by:
their grandmother. I. painted flags, the pencils used being years, taught school successfully for

I i In busciness at Stanton-on-Lake-Weir also red. white and blue. Tiny little ten or fifteen years and has made a i Mrs. Charlie :Mathews gave the young
-- I j with Banker Z. C. Chambliss, of this Establishment.Mr. .
Buys a Grocery people an evening that they will long
t silk flags were: given to the guestsas success of farming, on an IntE'nsiveplan ,
Miss' Mary Davenport of Chattanoo- :, city was in Ocaala last week. I I remember with the .
greatest pleasure.At
b." i f I souvenirs of the afternoon and in all his life. '
:;M' Tennessee, arrived In Ocala Sun- !I I W. S. Gaskin, who formerly ran
I every conceivable way the patriotic Let's crown him now by giving hima "
kday from Miami to spend several j i Governor Higgin-s of New York, hasi I I the
I Armory Friday Night.
conception was carried out in the ap- term in the legislature an honor ; the grocery store in Ocala known as .
weeks with MUgc ]1 ,
Jt Mrs. Charles Vroman i refused: to reprive Lawyer Albert T. \
I : pointmenta uf this beautiful party. After that he will appreciate, and A man of l the Shady Grove grocery has pur-
Patrick pending his app aal to the I i The last of ; l regular w -ekly
the refreshments were served whom :\Iarion'county will feel I
___ I gamtvs proud chased the department of the
"-.' --r J- I United States supreme. court and the I grocery dances before the leu ten s as''iJ 1ebr1n1I .
by four of Ocala's prettiest :young ONE-WHO KNOWS HIM. -
Mr. Henry C, Groves has been elected i unfortunate man must be electrocuted. I Carmichael & Son company. He will.:I was given at the Armor ;drlt :of
maiden Misses Leta Camp Mary --
? a, delegate to the state convention ,. t take charge; of the same on March thefirst I night and was a very ptetos'.nt ei'e4 #
Burford. Alta Pearson and Marguerite The' Judge Lost Out.
; the. Chrlftlan Sunday schools which I I I -- rue the young people grpf"o'tj .-'!.".; the
and will it
as a separate es-
I Porter. They wore pretty white I
.r will be held, in Kissimmee next week. I Mrs. Charlie Ball, who took her 'I \ 1 dancing. Miss 3 : Mt--.lews and
j i dresses with red sashes and red hair Judge Gordon, of the criminal court tablishment. ,
;: The convention will last several days young sort to Atlanta to take the f I j I I Mr. F. G. HofEjri-i;. t.e piano and on

;' **d a large attendance is anticipated. |!I'Pasteur treatment for a mad dog I ribbons and they wore cunning little of Tampa, recently gave the Tampa I Mr. Gavkins since telling out the I the violin played' jnuaually good ntiSIc -

( I George Washington hats, prettily Herald a splendid advertisement by
J. bite has returned home and .the little I Shady Grove grocery, has been a section ; and a" program dance continued
I made of red, white and blue crepe pa- fining its editor $100 for contempt of :
;', Mrs. Henry Schoeflin and littler fellow is now all right much, to the master on the Atlantic Cuast Line uuui; shortly after midnight Toe
I per, and they prove4 to be most becoming court, because the latter editorially :
daughter who have been visiting Mrs. : pleasure of all.his friends. railway and is a very industrious, energetic young people participating la the _
demanded that the the
judge impose
to these pretty young girls. A
: :P.. V.; Leaven od for the past few ciitizen and a cautious conservative dance were Miss Minnie Burroughs of
salad course and a sweet course was extreme penalty of the law upon sev-
.n weeks. returned to their home at Tam- I Governor Broward should remember business'man and. we Jacksonville. Miss Rena Davidson,. of
.s-pa' Is bound to win. served. The ice cream wAs in bricks eral self-confessed gamblers who were .
Saturday. .1 that preseverance I have no doubt will make a success of I Salisbury, N. c.: Misses Mattte Williams
: king and the and was colored in red, white and up before him for sentence. The I
j Norway finally got a
'* -
this grocery business. Emily Ford, Sue Anderson
blue and the cakes were tied with judge made a great mistake; in fact
Mr. in
and Mrs. C. N. Kirkland. Mr. C. governor should not be discouraged
:I The Carmichael & Son company ex- Mary Burford Caro .Liddon, Sara
ribbons of the colors. he made two mistakes. Fining the
0. Fox 1 i member of tr"* narrow same
I and Miss Margaret Walters his efforts to get a i Esther W'.therst _
pect to enlarge their wholesale and Harris, Alta Pearson, -
I! control.-Zolfo Advertiser. Mrs., Zewadski and Mrs. Long are editor simply rallied the best people of ,
; :i board of retail business which is nowthe Ethel Robinson, Edith PfttcH;
Satwhy liquor
very gracious hostesses and blending the city to his support and put his I
I largest in the interior of Florida : Messrs. E. J. Crook, J. H. and W., A.I .
{ ehjngr }i of moving intne of the In pretty harmony with attractive paper away up yonder in the estima- -
and'pitnlckiIig.. instead and Is growing dally. I Taylor T. H. Harris L. R. Clan {, M.
_. Fuller cottages in the second ward, surroundings of this party were the tion of the community. Then the
I f They habeen competed to sell J. Roesa Stephen J wett J.,}{. Work
i! beautifully gowned women the sweet judge imposed only nominal fines on
Mr, Mr. and Mrs F. G. Hoffman and Mr,
& and Mrs. and
T. B. Stringfellow their department in order to man Morris Smith Ralph' Arid Phil
:r I and Mrs. Robert Witter have '('omI strains of the music from the stringed the gamblers, which showed the com- i grocery II '
Children, of Jacksonville are the i I I give their attention to their other bus- P.obiTrsont James Taylor and Mr. Wtt-
'Uests I menced housekeeping In the cottage orchestra and the pleasant and excit- munity that the Tampa Herald was, ," .
Of ,
Mrs. mother
Stringfellow's ,
de- Hams of Jacksonville
i iness and its phenominal growth ,
ing'chatter of the delighted guests. right in the position which it took. I
fxs. D. just back of the residence of Mr. and t
tf G. Edwards at the Ocala >
And the has lost i mands additional space. ,
---- judge correspondingly I :
Rouse. H, C. Groves. l I of-P.
.,. Mrs. Stringfellow and the Celieview Lodge K. .
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Rosin-Silverman. in public estimation.-Punta Gorda tI
Children: will remain in Ocala for eev- i 1 Mr. Thompkins Sells His Micanopy I

r Mal It is "nip and tuck" between the Herald. I of
weeks. Business. The Belleview Lodge Knights Py-
Mr. and Mrs. Moses Silvermaa have I I Livery __
I and the Live Oak Democrat _
If- Ocala, Banner 1 thias held a pleasant meeting in that
announced the marriage of their At Mrs. Israel Brown's.Mrs. I -
,fr T. E. Pritchett, of Candler, was as to which Is the best newspa Jf this city pretty little city Friday night and the
I I daughter Rebecca to Mr. Simon Ros- : Israel Brown should feel high- I. Mr. D. W: Tompkins
'It in their line
Ocala Saturday and was In ecs- t per. Both are paragons the livery following knights from Ocala were in
of Arcadia Florida on the twen ly complimented at the splendid sueeess recently purchased I
aciea over his crop of blooms which and in. their respective fields. lin. & Company attendance viz: Messrs. T. J. Owen
I A. Standley -
tieth of February nineteen hundred of the Cob Web Party and card business -of S.
.*-oj.' whiten his orange grove. Mr.Ptltchett cleaner more carefully edited newspapers Jake Brown. T. E.! Biggs and J. G.
his livery .
sold Micanopy
the j' and six at their home in Baltimore, party given at her home on Third has
Is one who has achieved sue- I are published anywhere ( business and .will In the future make Ferguson. Mr. Louis Lang took tfe?
,, afternoon under the
Maryland.Mr. :rH'-t yesterday,
r-t&S by pulling oft his coat and work- United States.-Punta Gorda Herald. He will party down in his big automobile. .
11 ..... Rosin was formerly: in businessin +| auspices: of the Jewish Woman's Ocala his permanent
cfor it, \ t A large number of Belleview Knights
this and his Ocala friends move his family here very soon.
Strozier who is' now in city -ex- ; League
Mr. G. J. were present at this meeting. and
Mr. Thompkin'sMicanopy
tend congratulations and best wishes.A A large number attended and the The purchasers of
; Mr. an dMrs. Edward L. Mcintosh business at WJnter Garden was'a I business are Mr. J. E. were most hospitable to the Oeala del
ate arrived Caro- visitor to Qcala last week. Ii occasion was very enjoyable, the
home from South prominent egation. The rank of Knight was conferred .
and :Mr. A. -
Thomas of Pine
T.n Pound Rutabaga. beautiful weather adding much to the
2-! lived at Ock-
Mr. Mcintosh Is very feeble In- Mr. Strozier formerly an M. M. Foxworth sic( J. M,

vat but- we certainly trust .that the lawaha and represented Marion coun- afternoon's pleasure. of Daisy welcomes Mr. Jolly at this meeting. ,

liy for several Major L. T. Izlar placed on our table The entertainment was under the TheOcala Banner S
climate that we are now en- ty In the legislature years. -

:'I'wilt soon" restore him to His Ocala friends were all glad to Friday fresh .from his' garden a auspices of the Jewish Woman's Tompkins as a permanent citizen of J Messrs. M. M. Proctor and Walter
In his
i see him again., ten pound rutabaga turnip. It was League In which Mrs. Brown Is one Ocala and wishes him success Nichols of Pedro. Mr. and Mrs. Ariel

I to the sweet and delicious. and most popular business here.
I solid core of the hardest workers and
and :Mr.
___ Marsh of Marshville, .
i'j;:IIss Emma Rogers of Jackson I Mr. and Mrs. ,Godfrey ,Moyers, of r Florida soil is certainly peculiarly members. Her Ingenuity and enterprise .J Mrs. Hudgens of, Fellowship were
Y. M. C. A. entertainment
recent -
e1 and the and magnificantly adapted to all kinds made yesterday's party a At a
who has been visiting friends I Jacksonville Dunnellon. are pleasant visitors to Ocala on Satur-

|k. ,Ocala and her people at Lynneac- proud parents of a little daughter. The I of root crops and is especially the finanacial and social success. Times in New York the subject of an day and were shopping and transacting
it's certainty
"Hell- ;
..,Danced, her sister. Mrs. Moodie. little lady. who has been named TJlIIe 1 home of the turnip. This vegetableseems Union Friday. address was other business here. ,
what sort of a place It is and how
_.,e. from the latter :place, and will I Leaven for her maternal grand moth- I to be one of the aborigines and \., .. ,

n some- little time as the guest I For Sale-1000 pounds select Eden -

y?herr- relatives here.--Lake City In- ;I I.er. days ago at the home .of Mrs. i dian chittftan, was monarch of this Ribbon Shoes for boys and ,girls at baritone solo "Tell Mother. Til be Watermelon seeds. W. P., Moseley,

i r the Fair Store. x There.? Lrke City Index. < Badger in this city. section. i ::

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-&: ;;, CONTRA'STS. For ,the- Consideration of tho Florida WHO WANTS $100. OUR JUDGES. -

: : Railway Commission. -
c, To the Editor Oc.a1aBaiin4J The Jamestown Exposition Company Judicial names should n** appear on:i KING OF ALL LINIMENTS

It is a ,very notable ev *it that withIn I Mr. George Close until 1b J" year was is anxious to adopt some official the roll of militant poUtlcs-certaJnly: -
r; emblem which will to imaginative staff. This is CURES
tr the channels of Iif of every indl- one of Marion county's most pushing suggest any not on the commissary ,
; the .subject of their that it is difficult to credit m&WWViWkWStetH ( '',
person so plain % <
-i : vidual that there Are Important and progressive vegetable growers. He U K E S sTir JOIHTt. CONTtACTCD MUICILI.., !
exposition. the suggestion lately made through IS AXILS COM MUSKir ,rMINIO WtUrSr. ....
changes which result in a change of : adopted new methods and worked with .
i CXLIL **. oa ALL ,,'LAIUIA no. or lUll ..
the press to the effect that some,members .OO..IIUaIO.I.
life either for good or for bad. Not j industry and skilL Failure "?*
i energy I Jamestown was .the first English- of the ,Judiciary are. at the present -
:.i that I wish to discuss the dlffreent
< for one or more seasons did not phase speaking settlement in America. It time active factors in political
At : characteristics of every Individual that
i!: him. He pulled off his coat rolled upI might be called the parent of the col combinations for the distribution of
I approach in this manner but to -
I his sleeves and tried it the onies. rations. If such an evil: prevails it k
draw a connective parallel between the over again a
is 'attributable. I believe to the mis
change of life and the change of the i next season more bouyant and confident ,

country. From this first village others grew taken view honestly entertained thata e
.. Every Individual has a peculiar- .Instinct f ever. until there was a real colony of Vir- judge pending his ,term of office '
Mr. Close kept up the fight for more liquidate his political
: ginia instead of nominal-one. may
which is single to itself and is .
than twenty years- but like the Eas- debts. This view Is too erroneous to
J the result of or a fixedtoabit -
__ terlings the Deckers and others he be long adhered to and must soon be ii
I The Atlantic Coast east of the Alle-
*-,* has had to lay down his hoe and re- overruled and abandoned. The true .
J*" peculiarities' ghanies and
,Every, country has was dotted with villages
tire. He has been is that judge is politically
completely vanquished theory every
(If its own development which change filled with colonies which grew to''
Insolvent. He has suspended political
: only as old Master Time passes his such proportions, that combined. they
His last business and has no assets. His cred-
his best' He
year was year. ,
furrowed! fingers over them and cause were able to overthrow the, domination -
covered the earth with melons. His itors must indulge him until his judicial .
them to blush at his yet England 117/ I
crop was the finest we ever; saw. His career- bas terminated. Then,
been melons were the largest. They would if he will. he;may accumulate fresh ,,
: These ,changes have taking
: Some pictorial idea, embodying the .
: ,place ever since the component parts: have ,attracted attention in any mar- suggestion of a focal point, a nest or capital and settle with his friends to "X was much afflicted with rheumatism, writes 1

of matter were thrown out into fath- ket in the world. But the freight a place of beginning make the utmost farthing; 'He needs not Ed.c.Ned,Iowaville, Sedgwick,Kansas,"goinj
may a very
omless space and will continue to go rates struck him a solar plexus blow forget any of his obligations while about on crutches and suffering deal of pain:* ;
and put him out of business.He appropriate and suitable emblem. temporarily disabled from meeting and I was induced to try,; Ballard's Snow Liniment,which ;
on until Old ,Master ,Time shall fold
cured me, after using three SOcJbottlw. ITISTH3 :
; hisholry wings and lay his sceptre was taxed, $130, on every car- discharging them. His retentive GREATEST UNLMENTI EVER.USEDhanrec- :

down. I and, he.did, ,the loading. All this he There are a number of incidents memory and their own robust hope cmxnended it to a number all express

It was only, a few'days ago that- ,my I got as profit the excess freight"! rates which occurred in the early history of should content his friends so long ashis' themselves u being benc ofbersons. DOW walk z;
.' I Virginia which might be worthy of have without crutche., and am able to perform ft great :;
charm-, could ,have stood but the excess disability continues. They
eyes first, looked out upon your illustration deal of labor tho farm."
in connection with the light oa .
ing and animating country and at freight rates was the feather that no cause to complain of a delay which '
-; above thought.. THREE SIZES 25c sac AND $1.00 '
i length encompassed some of.the,bea-- broke the,camel's back. they themselves Tendered necessary : ,

ties :which this country .fortunate, There was an .excess charge on every -- by retiring him from the political arena BALLARD, SNOW LINIMEfcTTCQ/:

to nave, but it has been twenty-three ,car-the excess on the entire shipments Nothing is left of Jamestown but and consigning him to the judicial ST. LOUIS., u., & ,A.. .

t summers since I first saw the light of amounting to more than thir- the old tower which formerly surmounted cloister. ,To expect a judge to '

the world and gazed out ,upon the vine teen hundred dollars! .' the entrance to the first settle political s ores while he is still

; clad hills and grassy valleys! of mid- Mr. Close says that If he could have Episcopal church; bull: in America a judge is hardly less incongruousthan

die Alabama where nature paused as charged, against, him he would have dunning a priest when he is officiating SOLD :AND RECOMMENDED: ,BY If

-.;. been somewhat satisfied he would At one time jamestown was a finely at the altar.I '
he passed over. opened forth his rich ALL DRUGGISTS. : ,

wallet and left .a .reasonable share of have .been able to have kept up the stockaded village capable of sustain I have said that a judge has no as- "'''j.''''

: his richest stores to welcome, the coming fight, for another season; but with the ing the shock of savage attack. These sets; perhaps it would be more accurate .

of man. finest crop he ever made and the fin- stockades are but memories, but they I to say that he takes a political I FROM FERTILE FLORIDA. I" shippers ,at. Starke. ,7

,Here have seen, the "contrast" and est prices he ever received, he was once were important facts. homestead on all his assets for and The E. 1,. Hasler Co.,, of

;- my imagination was at once carried "knocked out of "business. After a twen- during his term of office. In either Items of Interest from the Land of 'j got the first car of cabbage that

:' to the, zenith of appreciation, of,, the ty year struggle he is compelled to At Jamestown was held the first case the same consequence results. for Grapefruit and Pine. __ !I went out of Coleman on coo :

.I fact that Nature's- gifts are Justly. prorated retire defeated! legislative Assembly ever selected by in either case he is, and ought to be II, It Is now getting cars daily : ,
_ What does a man in Mr. Close's popular; suffrage in any colony. This of his I Some, pine are blooming at Punta I I I -
: in different parts of the country. completely independent poUt- i speaks well fQr this good h.f

--- In ,yonder country from whence I shoes care about the Florida railway was the forerunner to our state legislatures lent creditors. .It is needless to'add Gorda. .- j! W. itFuller of Tampa baa ret

_i hall you can see at'a glance the pinnacle i commission fining a railway company and national congress. This that, being restrained from payinghis Some potatoes were planted this .I from Richmond and says he '51!

'of many hills as they, are decorated fifty or an hundred dollars for not bulletlng thought might be Incorporated. debts he has no right to make do- week at Ormond. I the bill to stop trains in Virg1. .

I with finest of grain or the a belated train! nations. In short, he should consider Joseph Hafner of Estero is still I Sunday jirlll .be killed. It was IS'
From Virginia adventurous pioneers i
fleeciest of cottQn. Here. you look up-" Why should we spend millions of i himself in temporary seclusion: shipping eggplant. orably reported by the commiq
crossed the Apalachian mountains
; on vast forests of pine and cypress money in an attempt to drain the ever- I from active politics with no political Farmers at McKinley are still plantIng Some of the farmers in the ,
first settling the valeys between the -=
I ,
which can be utilized and turned Into glades for the purpose of adding more functions save to :yote as he pleases Irish potatoes. I stead, country have made sP"
Blue Ridge and Alleghenies and proceeding -
monied wealth. area to'our acres when the rich acres I like any other citizen.-L. E. Bleckley, crops of cucumbers during 1h<(JI!
i westward' settled the Cis-: At Coleman cabbage is selling for I "
Here you can constantly hear the we already have'are compelled to be I ex-chief justice "of Georgia. and early winter. Prices haTt
90c.l. crate f. b-
Mississippian states. a o.
buzz: and whiz of the sa'v mills and abandoned by our most practical en- And above all things else a judge good, so that the planters hart:.iJ

: turpentine stills while "in yonder land ergetic'and scientific farmers? ought not to Le an asa nor an up- There are some cukes and beans ,
I The men who first made this pilgrimage i' i
Does It not look above the ground at Keysville.
you ,scarcely hear anything but the like-folly? start. I D. E. Hisler, of Estero is w
were the Knights of the Golden -
quiet hum of the happy farmer as ,he Mr. Close's farm is located on the Horse Shoe, the only purely 'American He ought to be in thorough harmony Some eggplants and tomatoes were a full force of hands on the fig 41!

j-erforras his daily task. very richest land In Florida. lie has with our institutions. He oughtto set out at Arcadia last week.
place the
Order of Knighthood. up orange andj of
: Here, you find the country dotted made a study of farming and is acknowledged -- be thoroughly conversant with our Vegetables are doing well at Oz- fruit crop which is larger thai]

here and there with ponds and lakes .to be one of the best-and The Revolutionary was concluded traditions. ello and the orange trees are bloom- at first estimated. All the av

: "hlchatrord a fine recluse for mosquitoes yet he is compelled to let .his lands lie \ A man who is selected .to admin- Ing.
boats the almost
in Virginia by the Battle of on run
: and alligators. while in yonder idle; not because they do'_not respondto Yorktown. The Civil war period is J ister our laws ought to know our Walter Lorenz of' St Cloud has night to move this fruit It vt

.' land yau cag look down the winding his efforts; not because 'he does not laws. He ought to know that this is raised a sweet potato weighing 14 1-2 j two weeks
largely. a record -of Virginia events. yet to put up thisf{
valleys which are cut by placid obtain good prices. for what h?. "grows, I a government of democracy. He oughtto pounds.It I New York Produce. News. "t

: streams of water which afford a formidable but because the freight rates are pro 1 Of course more modern ,history know that a public official is a is believed the melon acreage at

water power, and ,thus the hibitive. would not bj as appropriate in this public servant. Gaiter will be greatly increased this .

; greater part of our machinery is kept. These are the conditions that con- device as some thought connectedwith He ought to know that he is the year*. I I f'.tJ:1I

-. in motion. Your streams are utilized front the Florida farmer from the Per- the seventeenth century. servant and the people the sovereign The cold weather last week'at Ow- It II

; by the continual' movement of steam- dIdo river to Cape Sable-covering ,a and that therefore, he is accountable ensboro did some damage to the Irish I
f.rN'hleh our's are broken now and distance of over seven hundred miles. The Jamestown Exposition Com to the people -for his conduct in office. potatoes. t Best Coueh'Syrap, T-tstejlxxA

then by great rock shoals which make "When the! phosphate, turpentine and Ivan)' is offering $100.00 to the artistor I That being thus accountable he is Messrs. Weyland, Schauer Popple I !Jse in time, Sold ty dniggigt.

_ it ,impossible for boats to traverse lumber industries are exhausted what imaginative amateur who can out subject to criticism the same as all and Leitner of Estero are still ship-

them only to a limited degree.. are 'we to do? of his inner, conscieuoness create a other officials. ping some* fruit. !

A Your country produces the most What are magnificent lands and a 'thought which will subserve their The soil of thla country should not Rutland growers are planing Irish I

:- luscious ,and delicious fruits which of- magnificent climate worth to a peo- purpose and will typify ,the beginningof give root, nor flower nor blossom, to potatoes and ''preparing the ground for ____

L ple if the markets are closed against despotism in form.
: ters an, opportunity to accumulate the nation. any other crops. Do You Wish to <

-- fortunes, and make life a perfect paradise them by prohibitive freight charges? The president in the White ,House At Inverness vegetables are grow-

we boast of our Inexhaustible And yet we are admonished( whis- That Song About "Father.'" ; the governor in his executive manhion, ing very fast and growers are pre-

mines of iron coal and ,graphite. per it softly! ) that we must not say I the legislator in congress or state leg- paring for the spring crop. MAKEONE

., You can take pride In your great one word adverse to our railroad com "Everybody works but Father," caroled islature or the general at the head of At Lake Helen peach trees are in ,

in'HK-ral springs which are a tone to mission because the creation of the the thoughtless singer. "He sits our armies are subject to criticism by full bloom, and on some trees there

broken health, buf we still sling to the commission was a democratic measure. I round all day." I r the people because they are the servants are peaches as large as walnuts.
i Growing Good WatermeXext
i ( :\..\ drink whkli we draw by bucket' I "Feet in front of the fire," she warbled of the eople. The acreage in cantaloupes and

from the depths of old mother earth. This paper headed the fight for the !I heedlessly, "smoking. his pipe of I II I Our judicial officers are likewise beans at Anthony will be much less ; Year jI

-. HTyvu are enchanted by the sweet creation of this commission. But the I I clay." servants of the people and are subject than last year, but greater in other FROM EDEN SEED?

:- In-, c-s which are wafted from the commission has been thoroughly and I I Then followed a tuneful enumeration to the same criticism.If crops. I I j

Sv-as w'nlv we .gladly welcome the persistently weighed in the 'balances of the >sof the real toilersof the rule obtains that one officeris County Commissioner Chappell of I I .

: ttrl.I' winds from the hills and and found wanting.So I the household. subject to criticism and not another Sanford has shipped some very fine I, seed It so HI 1 a can reav.nable help y-u pricr start right by --,*.?,

NICK' mountains.. Not only have I we now say "hew it down." I "Everybody works around our then like Caesar the one will feel I lettuce which has netted him big La-t spring the ravages of rats forced

been 'harmed by your beautiful country Why should it longer cumber the i house," was the ribald conclusion. himself greater than the state and I prices.W. I I I I bLand plant iny was watermelon secured Consequently crop three times m, -.

-- but I find people here' who are earth? I' "but my old man." And the careless when this idea firmly obtains our institutions 'L. Grantham D. r'pene'i too late for profitable shipmeslinsieail
., L. Grantham. 1 of snowing them to decay I saved
mi ,fvji found Dr. Young J. Allen on Conditions in f clh shaped, sized and ripened
t in other places elsewhere.
But a grave judge of the St. Louis each have an acre planted to lettuce. I *ttmelon I \U-nJ to them my personal thanks China. court of appeals thought differently.A IN MEMORIAM. The Seminole Power j, Po'h ends of each melon
& Ice Co.
at away the melon split and the peia
,for the hospitality and congenial man- 13-year-old girl had been awarded Fort :Myers is. putting of I matured '*ed taken from the renter a'
up the
: neriih whkh I have been treated DC- Young J. Allen, the well-known J4,500 for the death of her father, and Died at Kendrit-k. Fla., Jinuary 10, finest cold storage plants in the state. I! dfc with:>spthral et! melons care Ko seed were 5&11 '>,..

by host I' have had the goo.1 fortune missionary, of Shanghai China declares the lawyers for,. the defense had appealed 1906. Joseph Drake the only son of The abbage crop I guH'ancc tbrsr seed t<. strictly fir,<'
that these nearColeman is and asg nxl aa hive ever been grown.
t.Jt t. are stirring times in Joseph and I/orena Drake.
the case' alleging that the ver- looking fine. Three to five ; Vstomy pousibilitv IIt'lief.toaD
It'thE' Fates are willing I will be China. and that until the Chinese ex. I dict was "excessive and due to senti- Very young-only nineteen and in day are being moved. Tomato ears plant-a i I ihantilc. agency respou-ibK business ,;,

-.- .Ive in rour ,midst quite a' while and elusion question and the consequent ment. the death of this young m"n, Kendrick ing Is in full blast. i! 7SC pound

you will probably hear from this same boycott have been disposed of nothIng "The value of a father to 'a girl of mourns the loss of one who was J. P. Mace of Lake Helen has per

scribbler often. but riot and revolution can be expected. this age cannot be overestimated," declared dear to every man woman and childin out 40 put Still
acres more of peachesin I Henry D. }
,. ". .Many: thinks, dear readers, for your China is hand in hand with the judge in a written opinion. the community; one who was as last month,
; making
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,you: adieu until at length "we meet goes.Things moral training the father would in the records of olden times, as Scott I,
Swindul of Theressa !I Eden Seed.
,". a? in by hook or crook in'sonle other in I China are considerablystirred have given her had he lived cannotbe only one can be who has the dignityof a crate of strawberries !4 I -- ---ti-
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t:'rybook.. up and will continue so until a pure and lofty soul.
replaced by money. last week, the
one that has been
K. IL GAIXES. some questions are It settled-among The appeal was denied and the verdict Though this bright young life that I shipped from there. I lIt 1

r; -- them the exclusion bill and the boy- ordered to stand. Father was made sunshine and joy for the immediate I Lee Howell is Will
: -. Robbing Us of Our Good cott. Hut I putting in 400 acres .
Name. we are in for a period of vindicated. loved ones, and gave gladness
cants at {
-- agitation which will O'casionallbrt'ak and higher are about
aspiration' to
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I acres in cants
at this
The St. Lucie Tribune is one of the forth in more or less of violence. China Hon. James E. Broome is a candi- I with whom it came in contact, has is place andit
a great melon j
mot excellent newspapers that reaches and Russia and it "crossed the bar" center. PayYou !
are running a race datefor the state senate from Gads- I beyond our ken and Dr. Phillips :,
J .;- ," our exchange table and being excellent is hard to, say which has the advantage den county. His courtliness added to 1' the thought is almost too great a bought Kissimee City has

it must have all the good qualities I in their revolutionary game. At his ability should secure his t'lt'I I grief to be borne we know that a an orange grove near Orlando ,

: of excellency broad-min.ledne : all events, the end is not yet.. for the tion without opposition. He is full J I bright jewel has been added to the containing boxes 35 acres which bore 7;>.000 ;

y and all that comes within its scope; students of China. who are just now of the old southern spirit chivalry; I list on the "Glory Shore," and while I I There the is past season. ,. I p You have any Real FJ't:

and possessing the same, we' know it beginning to see and feel the depths he places honor and integrity above I I we grieve: over the empty place that every indication that the II to- sell, ; f

-: has no desire to violate any part of of the degradation into which their prke,. as they should, be; he is a man I can never be filled in the hearts of be pineapple crop on the East Coast will : :

the decalogue so we mildly protest I country has been sunk and the incompetence 'of brains and eloquence; one whose i those to whom he was life itself, and one of the largest for several years. OR ;

: -.' against its appropriating for St. Lu- and imbecility and helpfulness popularity throughout thestate and we wonder why one who The plants are in fine condition. ;
i-ie county the title so fairly their was so good Bowling Green farmers are You're thinking" of co: t.
won by of present rulers are among his fellow senators will enable and true. should be taken plant- I F
Marion we know ing a large in toFlorida for home,
county to-wit "The Banner and more acreage vegetables. A a
-- more clammoring for a him to wield a valuable influence for that he has escaped the "burden and I f
county of Florida." change and reform' such as threatensthe '. Gad den heat of shipment of 23,000; crates of vegetables
his count) will gritify the the day" and In j
our desolation
This -title fairly belongs of the and 150 acres of watermelons j -OR
to :Marion overthrow dynastand by whole state and do herself an honor we trust Him, "who is look-i
,. ,'county.- She has& so often won it in its accompanying anti-foreign: spirit bending him to the st'oate.-Punta I things wen" and by His mercy we all ed The for. I I f- You desire to inyest fo jff
an open contest at so many of our precipitate collisions here and there if Gorda Herald. hope to meet our friend'in the Record sees bloom on IF kind of Florida property**-

'.' state fairs that it pught to belong to not generally, 'with foreign Interest.political Home where "There Eternal o'ange trees already and suggests that I t

\:i1er by right. Then, remember, 'too, and commercial Atlanta Cupid and Cupidity. ings."' shall be,no part-. it the trees are not checked .they will ttJ.

-- Tht.is the home of the Ocala Banner. Journal. \ be in full bloom. )' the Middle of the TOSEE .
-- Though, Cupid gets the credit month. j
: The famous Buster Brown Blue The famous Buster Brown Blue For love I W. E. Wainwright
: affairs
w see The John Uglow. .
Ribbon shoes for boys and giils lit Ribbon Shoes for boys and famous Buster'Brow.. Bhae Jas. Kite S0 ,
girls at There's
one match-.maker greater, Wbbon Shoes E. E. Wills, Silas Kite J :M. J. H. LIVINGSTON &

,. tk, Fair Store. x the Fair Store. x And that's cupidity. tll'l Fair Store. ,fir boys'ani girls at, I Truby Sam De Sue Jonas Hall 'and ,

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...... I Is Opened in the Methodist Church Mr. Henry Watterson, editor of the

ABOUT A bright. social event of the week Tuesday-Interesting Meeting. Louisville Courier Journal, himself a FLORIDA CATHOLCS.

HAPPENINGS TOWN was, the party given -Tuesday eve- \
princely man, an honor to his profession -
ning by Mr. and Mrs. Charles V. Miler The Sunday School Workers Con- L tlon of the second and last Saturdaysof

I. -- at their pretty home on South ference of the protestant Sunday the state and the nation, sug- 1. All the faithful who have completed -I j Lent. But flesh meat ,and fish are

; G.J. Strozier, of Winter Garden, was Second street in honor of their guest. gests the names of Henry Clay and Jtheir twenty-first unless I not to be used at the same meal during -
Ocala- yesterday Schools of this city and vicinity was year !
Miss Mary Davenport of Chattanooga, John C. Brecke.1ridge as Kentucky's Lent even on Sundays.
opened in the Methodist church Tues- exempt by dispensation .or some other
Tennessee.Miss I 2. The use of butter, cheese, milk
contribution to the Hall of
National aid for National highways day afternoon. Fame at legitimate cause, are bound to observe
Davenport Is .an attractive and eggs, is also permitted every dayin
'should be the slogan of the growers. 'blonde and The conference is being conductedby I Washington, D, C. the fast of Lent. -
was very lovely at this Lent.
I--- "...... Prof. H. li. Mamill, D. D., of Nash- And who will say that Mr. Watter-
time in a simple white gown and she 2. They are to make one meal onlya 3. It is allowed to take In the morn-
Mrs H. W. Henry of Lake Weir, ville, Tenn., Superintendent of train- son's suggestion is not, an eminently .
proved to be exceedingly popular with day, except on Sunday. ing some warm liquid, as tea coffee or
In town shopping work assisted Mrs. HamilLDr. fit and
was yesterday. ing by proper one?
the young people.To 3. The meal permitted on fast daysis thin chocolate, made with water-and
Hamill stands at the head of stood '
I Clay with the giants of his
entertain their guests Mr. andMrs. not' to be taken till about noon. with 'this liquid, a small piece.of
Mrs. A. J. Leavengood and daughter Miller had arranged a decidedly the Sunday school trainers of the day-a little taller, a little broader, 4. A small refreshment commonly I bread. -

Ollie are vislntingr friends at Kendrick United States and is very fine in this perhaps, than any of his contemporaries -
novel and amusing feature. The names called collation, is permitted in the 4. Those for whom the hour of noon
for a few days. line of work. He is clear and concise As long as he lived he was the I
of the gentlemen were placed in one evening. may be an inconvenient time for'din-
I in his statements and gives most idol of the Whigs. AU his life, he
Gordan and Marshal basket: and the girls' names in an- 5. The following persons are exempt ner, may invert the order and take
Sheriff Thur- I I t
excellent illustrations. Not only does was its leader and when he died no
other. Each girl selected the name from the obligations of fasting: their collation in the morning, and-
low Bishop have returned home from he interest and help the teachers bul one was found to fill his place. I I .
of a gentleman and'vice versa and each Persons under 21 years of age, the sick, their dinner in the evening.
their,hunting trip In and around Dun- the pupils and others as well. John C. Breckinridge was one of the
person was required to draw the nursing women,\those who are obligedto I 5. The use of hogs' lard or dripping,
nellon. Tuesday afternoon Dr. Hamill told nation's most conspicious He
photograph of the partner that had do hard labor, and those who Instead of 'butter, is authorized in preparing .
"How to Build a Sunday School" and was in the Senate o.t the United States I
Mr. M. F. Halahan, of Atlanta fallen to their lot on a big blackboard.The through weakness cannot fast without permitted food.
in the evening gave the vital points In when a mere youth and was even
southern manager of the International drawings were quite amusing and great prejudice to 'theIr health. I I 6. Persons exempt from the obliga
teaching, elaborating each point In a younger than Bryan when he received -
Harvester Company, is a visitor to some were most absurd, the artistic 6. The faithful' are reminded that .. tion of fasting are free to take meat
most helpful way. He also gave a the nomination for the presidencyin 1m-I
Ocala this week. talents displayed by some of the besides the obligation of fasting more than once on those days when
brief Bible study talk the "Four 1860. The civil followed
on war soon
-. guests caused an Immense amount of posed by the church, this holy season Zits use is granted by' dispensation.
Gospels." His talks were Instructiveand afterwards and ,changed the current of
Dr. A. .R. Toph Is' having his home fun. The judges decided that Miss of Lent should be, in an'especIal man- IlL
his voice and manner' are pleas his life.
on South Second street painted white, Gertrude Pereda and Mr. Emmett ner, a time of earnest prayer, of sor- The Paschal time extends from the
He makes his talks But all that he
ing. so simple yet through struggle
and Is thereby improving its appearance Robinson had drawn the best pic- row of sin, of seclusion from the world first Sunday of Lent till Trinity Sun-
that they are easily comprehended by was a conspicious and commanding
I very: much. tures and the most perfect likenesses, and its amusements, and of generous day, during which time all Catholics
all-A large congregation were present figure.
.I so to them were given the, pretty alms-giving. who have attained the proper age are
to hear him at both services on Mr. Watterson's suggestion that he I
Mr. Clifford L. Anderson' is spend- prizes. tt bound to receive worthily the Holy t
Tuesday and all were delighted with be selected with Mr. Clay as Kentucky's I
ing this week at Holder. During his The host and hostess were assisted j By virtue of an Indult to the Unit- Communion. The holy season of Lentis
what heard: contribution to this hall of
Absence -Mrs. Anderson has as her during the evening by their sister, ed States, dated :August 3, 1887, the a very proper time also for children
Mrs. Hamill spoke for a brief whileon national eminence, we believe will find
guests her young brother-in-law,' Rob- Miss Eloise Miller and their other following special dispensations are to make their first confession, which
"Practical Primary Problems." She a responsive echo among all Ken-
ert Anderson, and her nephew, Carlisle guests were Miss Davenport, Misses granted: they ought to do generally at about
Is thoroughly conversant with the primary tuckians. I
Izlar.Mrs. Eloyse Izlar, Grace HatchelL Pauline 1. The use of flesh meat is permitted the age of 7 years. Parents should see }'
work and all the points she made But what of Florida I Whose heroic I
r Sullivan, Edna Dozier, Leafy Sylvester at all meals on Sundays, and oncea to this.

W. W. Smith -of Cincinnati, Gertrude Pereda, Mattie Williams, were very fine ones. statues shall she send to adorn a day On ;Mondays, Tuesdays, Thurs- RT. REV. WM. J. KENNY. D.,
niche in this of heroes? !
Ohio,.a regular winter visitor to Ocala Rheinauer Margaret Taylor and Ma- days and Saturdays, with the excep- Bishop of St. Augustine.
The Sunday School Conference.The We remember once asking the late
is here for a short while and is stop- mie Taylor, :Messrs. 1(.J. Roess, Emmett -
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Captain Bill Kendrcik, well known to -
ping at the Ocala House. Robinson, Alfred Beck, Albert the
I second day of Sunday school fame, a Florida pioneer and a fighterin ToHave Charge of the Florida Plumbing i would interest many readers of the
Miller, J. H. Bell, H. A. Waterman,
Mr. and Mrs. J. A. Haer, prominent' R. T. Adams, J. H. and W. D.. Tay- Workers Conference was a most successful her wars, whom he thought was and Electric Company. Banner, particularly the old timer As

Florida's greatest son, her' most commanding "Bill Arp" would I have beeo.
residents of Cincinnati. Ohio, have. lor, Arthur Hardaker, Harvey Clark, one. These services are beIng say
I genius, and without hesitation Mr. B. W. McDonald, who has been ruminating-and I can recall but one
been visiting Mr. and Mrs Edward i O. B. Howse, J. H. Workman, John largely attended and are most in-
Holder at Dunnellon. I his answer was: for some time past with the McKean of the old. timers. :Mr. A. L. Eich l-
Sullivan Harry, Palmer, Donald Ford, structive. The is led
singing being "Osceola!" LumberCompany, will, on and after berger, who is now living. The HOVM'S
Osco and Guy Zewadski.
Don't fail to hear Carlton ,sing his by members of the various choirs. of Captain Kendrick said that this red March the first, have charge of the Johnson,Paine,Tommy, Chandler,Rob-

little song Friday. night at the Beaver Porter-Teague. the city and is Itself a pretty part of man of the forest possessed a.. most business of the Florida Plumbing & erts, Rogers, ,Bullock, Crowson, Smith. ;_

minstrels. these services. wonderful magnetism, was gifted with Electric Company, succeeding Mr. R. Helvenston, 'Pingston. Priest, Currr

Monday evening, February: the twen- Wednesday afternoon Mrs Hamill! the eloquence of speech and was thor- B. Campbell, who has recently sold his and others have crossed over the river. .

Mrs. B. J. Culverthouse and her two ty-sixth at the home of the bride's had charge of the conference. Her ough master of the arts and strategiesof interests to Mr. W. W. Condon.Mr. GEO. T. VWilliston. ...

pretty children have gone to, Montgomery mother at Lady Lake, Miss Sara subject was, "Teaching Little Child- war. Condon, although one of I Fla.
and she handled in True Osceola, was native of the the most quiet men in Ocala, is one I
Alabama to spend several Tfcague was united in marriage to Mr. ren, it a most a

weeks with relatives. R Townley Porter, of this city. splendid manner. Her talks are sim- state; he belonged to the aboriginesof of our busiest and most active businessmen. 'Ash Wednesday Services.

i "- The marriage tookplace in the par- ple, instructive and should be heard the soil; was the representative of He owns the Ocala Music Com- -

Mr. J. C. West, of Louisville Ky., lor, which was simply and sweetly by every Sunday School teacher in a race that is almost extinct but he pany, the Florida Plumbing' & Electric At Grace Episcopal church Wednesday -

who is spending a while at Gainesville adorned with exquisite pink roses and the county. She spoke for about an fought against the white man, belonged Company, owns an Interest in the there were i three special services.At .

was a business visitor J to Ocala evergreens. Only the Immediate families hour and the congregation were very to an alien race, .would it be.quite Acetylene Gas Company, is interested seven o'clock in the morning there

\ a day or two ago. were present at the wedding. much charmed with her. As a primary the thing to have 'his effigy in this i in the sale of bicycles, sewing machines -
was a holy communion service and at
Miss Teague wore a silk suit and teacher and an Instructor of primary Hall of Fame, which so far, without graphaphones, is city ticket

Mr, and Mrs. D. E,' Davidson and she-and Mr. Porter, who was attendedby teachers she has few equals and exception, serves the purpose of perpetuating I agent for the Seaboard Air Line railway ten o'clock in the morning and at

.< young son will move next week into his brother, Mr. W. M. Porter, of it is a great treat to hear her explainher the genius of the white man and. is altogether a very busyman. seventhirty'o'clock in the evening

'the Pike residence on Fort King avenue Jacksonville, stood in front of the man- methods.In only? ... there were prayer services with beautiful -

._:< and will make their home with tel, which had been converted- into a the evening there was a song and The names of Richard K. Call, Ste- sermons by the rector, Rev. G.

''Mr,.and Mrs. Pike. small altar. Rev. G. H. Harrison, rector promise service and different reports phen R. Mallory, (United States .Senator 'Ocala in the Olden Time. H. Harrison., '

of Grace church using the simple were given, after which the following and member of the Confederate I Every week day afternoon, except

Silver Tea at the Home of Mrs. and impressive Episcopal ceremony, program was carried out'Bible Cabinet) and Hon. David L. Yulee, To the Editor Banner: Wednesday and Friday,. at 4:30 o'
first The writer saw in a' newspaper recently 'clock, there will be evening prayer
Howard. spoke the words that made this couple Study-"The Life of ChristDr. projector of Florida's railway sys-
for in an item, stating that a nativeof with devotional reading.
husband and wife. Hamill. tem, have been proposed places I
Marion county said that he attended services also held at
Special were
Tuesday afternoon the home of Mrs. Three hall.
After the ceremony, congratulationsand Hard Lessons-Review. Tem this statuary
E. M. is and has the first session of the circuit court St. Philip's Catholic church on Ash -
Howard was the setting for one best wishes, a wedding supper, perance, Missionary.-Mrs. Hamill. But Florida young, yet
of the achieve- ever held in Ocala in 186.; I am a na- Wednesday. .
'the. largest church teas that has which had been beautifully prepared, Points in Training not made the history nor

been given in Ocala in some time. As- was partaken of and the party assem- (a) Training to Give.b ments as some of the older states. She tive of :Marion county and. my recollection I f -
back to 1853 at which The famous Buster Brown Blue
sisting Mrs. Howard in receiving the bled at the wedding feast was .a very ( ) Training to Attend Church. has so far produced no eminent poetsnor runs I
statesmen that rank time, if I am not mistaken, Ocala had a Ribb a Shoes fir boys ani girls at
guests was Mrs. James Badger, of Old- (cj Preparing for Church' Member historians nor
happy one. either I the, Fair Score i
circuit court
presided over by
town. The made alongside with Clay, Webster and Cal-
rooms were very Mr. and Mrs. Porter came up to ship.d I
fragrant and lovely by quantities of Ocala on the midnight train, thereby ) Training for service-Dr. Ham houn, and can afford to wait before occupying judges Forward or Lancaster. Gen.
her in Bullock if my memory Is not at fault I The famous Buster Brown Blue
allotted to
ilL the place
roses and other flowers.
friends and for the
their pres-
eluding was at that time clerk oS> the circuit I Ribbon Shoes for boys and girls at
'. In the dining room delightful refreshments ent with Mr. and ifrs. F. A. The talks of Dr. and Mrs. Hamillare the Hall of Fame.
o court. A bit of Ocala's early history I the Fair Store. x
*were served. At the table Teague and later on will go to house practical and helpful and they are Mr. Watterson's history of the ori- I _

Miss Mary- Howard and Mrs. Edward keeping. making many friends in Ocala. gin of this hall like everything that

Badger presided at the chocolate and Mr. Porter has been a resident of -"- proceeds from his pen is cleverly

:. the coffee urns and helping them were Ocala for a number of years, having Before Justice BUllock.1Fred ) written and we know will be interest- O-O-O-O-O-O-O-O-O-O-O-O --. O-O-

Mrs. D S. Woodrow, Miss Esther come here from Citra and he is one ing to our readers, so we reproduce it I '
Now Open For The Season.
t:, Weathers, Miss Hattie Dye, Miss Annie- of our most excellent citizens. He has Johnson, a young negro boy, elsewhere and call especial attentionto 0 OO I <

i nie.Atkinson and Miss Janet Weath- who broke into the residence of Mr. it.
; charge of the ware house of the Messrs
'y..7 en. Abe Brown and Brother. Mrs. Porter, C. R. Hendrix some few weeks ago for THE OCALA HOUSE I I

:, This tea was a most charming one while not a resident' of Ocala has the purpose of robbery, was capturedand The Lenten -Season Begins. f 0I

f-.and the had tried before Justice Bullock Tues- -
: many who attended it an spent a large portion of her time here I

I"_ unusually pleasant time. with her brother and it is a great day. He was committed to the grand (From Wednesday's Daily.) o OCALA, FLORIDA.' 0. ..

F.- Besides being such a pleasant so- pleasure to her friends to nave her in jury for investigation.: The lenten season 'begins today- I

x t/cia} success It was financially suc- Ocala permanently.The Albert Glymp, of Leesburg, was also ,Ash Wednesday. This season Is everywhere Large, Airy, Well :Furnished Sleeping Roams I II s

\J'ceasful also and the treasury of Grace Ocala Banner unites with Mr.. before Justice Bullock Tuesday on the observed by the Catholic 0o 0I I Tables Supplied with Everything' in Season. o :

5 t. 'Episcopal church is now quite. a few and Mrs. Porter's many other friendsin charge of stealing a coat from Mr. and Episcopal churches and also to I I c ;

dollars richer than before the tea. ,wishing for them a very happy Jacob Klein. Mr. Klein was alone in some extent by' the Lutheran churches I Splendid Drives-Only five m-' es from the famous Silver Springs o :

<<. < married life. his store. Glymp had a confederate, Easily accessible from all parts of the state. 1 '.<

Tuesday morning about half-past who engaged Mr.' Klein's attention In For a period of forty days not including o 0'. '

"of the rear of the store while Glymp the Sundays s, the' Lenten sea- I ;
jjk. tour o'clock an head end collision $10 for a Pumpkin. RATES: 7Sc. to $1.50 per day. ,
r two the robbed the dummy in front of the son lasts, Easter Sunday this year, o
freight trains occurred on Weekly Rates. American Plan on Application.. o =.
:.Seaboard Air Line railway near the The enterprising proprietors of the building of its coat. He mutilatedthe falling en the fifteenth of April. \ i
grossing of the Seaboard and the Coastline O. K. Grocery offer a $10 prize for inside lining with a knife to makeit Almsgiving, self-denial charitable Write for Descriptive Pamphlet 0

to their have the appearance of an old gar- works and atendance at all religious
if.- tracks. Fireman Parrish had his the largest pumpkin brought D. C. EDWARDS, Prop. C. M. WHITESIDE, Manager. I '
' ::.foot hurt and fireman Gamble also had store the coming season. ment but forgot to remove the tags services Is exacted during Lent.

'!Ws feet scalded. Both engineers escaped Here Is a chance for some good far- and when Mr. Klein produced the rest It is the season of repentance, good -00-0-0-0-O-o0--0-0-0-0-0-0- t

: without injury. Wiley Long, mers to pick up $10 without scarcely of the suit and the tags corresponded deeds and good resolutions and the -- j

,.Who ,was asleep in one of the cabs an effort. Glymp lost out and the justice imposed season, when metaphorically speakIng 5

'.ha.d'hI.s head badly cut. It took some Don't let the opportunity pass. a fine of $100 upon him or four society dons sack cloth and

.hours to clear away the wreckage. Last year Mr. Z. C. Chambliss off- months in the turpentine camps. ashes Ocala Furniture Company. t

ered a prize of $10 for the best dozen In Ocala there will be the regular

I :;-Mr, and Mrs. F. A. Teague and chil- ears of corn and no contest was made by Falling Tree. Lenten services at Grace Episcopaland

i i( tom, who went down to Lady Lake on for It. It aroused no interest at all. St. Philip's Catholic churches as

I FrIday to be present ,at the marriageof Our farmers must be up and do Tuesday morning Mr. Phil Shafer already announced in these columns, There is Nothing Too Good For You.

I | Mr. Teague's sister, Miss Sara and a colored man, Aren Rogers, were special announcements to be made
I, ing.Read driving Into Ocala and when about :\
IpTeague, to Mrs. Teague's brother Mr. the newspapers and catch on from time to time. <"' II

:;Townley Porter, returned ome Tues- to every good thing. two and a half miles from the, 'city, The services are public and'a cordial That's a broad statement but It h Ids good for you will. surely regret -

.aay afternoon as did also" Rev. G. C. Catch on to this pumpkin offer of near the ,$ilver Springs road a tree invitation is extended .to every one to buying cheap furniture. Now that does not mean that you >,:

Harrison, who performed the marriage the O. K. Grocery and pocket that ten fell across the buggy completely demolishing attend them. should pay an exborbitant price for your goods, and If you would. -' -

i,!* mony. This was Mr. Harrison's dollar gold piece. It. :Mr. Shafer jumped and -. know where you can get the best goods at lower prices than you .
"" escaped with but a slight Injury. The Mr. William Greever, one of the .:
| pt visit to that section of the state are paying some other place. ,, -: ..
colored man was terribly crushed. He the Blue Ribbon Extract ..
ad with the of the hunting season proprietors '
he was quite delighted The last day -'." '
was brought Into town and taken to of Chattanooga Tennessee : jftr:>
piCtUresque lakes and the orange Wednesday-was taken advantage of ompany, j
proves beautifully number of Ocala people the Marion"county hospital. He lived was transacting business In Ocala
which are now by a large Smith & Roberts
:,10 with blossoms and are a mag- and the woods around about Ocala for only a few hours and suffered In-' Tuesday and made arrangements to ,

,. tense agony until death relieved him. advertise his excellent preparations In swill
ent sIght especially to one. who \VAfA filled with hunters, who greatly

.. .never before seen the. orange enjoyed their last hunt of the season The escape of Mr, Shafer was indeed the columns .of this paper. They will tab pleasure In showing you the b st goods at the lowest

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-- putting in some electric wires In.. During the last session of the legis- Of all the foolish Ide-s that ever That it Is easy for some folks .to

: HARRIS, Editor. our office the other day it became nec- lature the Index called attention to entered the ''brain of man the drain- .make money.

.4 t 1:'. Vf Loavengood, Business Managw. essary to remove some old books that the large sums of monty paid out to age of the everglades I.f the most non That Sam.Jones belongs to this fortunate Impoverished soil, b1e

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:L occupied an elevated plat on a. top lawyers. sensical. class. r-lshed blood, needs :

:.: ;' I shelf. Now the Board of Trustees Because, we have hundreds of That'he is still delivering that sa.me. i-iilizer. A chemist
,.*** ,., We carelessly turned over the musty comes iij-.

:i' I ;;.\ .. pages of one -of the. old, books which of the Internal Improvement Fund thousands of acres of good. high, dry old lecture entitled: "Facts, Filosophy i ..;- the soil can ten
.... j
'!'p ....
-.. 'I < ""-' happened to be a volume of the Congressional with their report for the year 1905. Receipts fertile lands, in Florida lying unim- and Fun." :Hzer$ to use for'tHlucts. **1Ir

''if Globe of 18678. for the period were $8,877.98; proved and uncultivated for the lack That the "Ice King" was shy in his .
; '

.. The first thing our .eyes rested on expenses were 6958528. Of this of population. Therefore, there is visits this year. .

',::;; was a resolution of the Hon. Charles later sum lawyers received in fees I '- : blood is i ir
e. 1", no reason in the world 4why we shouldbe That his visits are never appreciated your
.' Sumner, of Massachusetts, refusing to and traveling expenses 12056.96, or
taxed hundreds of thousands of In Florida. S. : doctor will
0 print President Andrew Johnson'sMessage one-sixth of the : : account.
: ; __ _
..-. to Congress.In .I The services of W. M. McIntosh. jr., dollars to obtain more land for culti- That the first step in the making of i iseed to fertilize ft'

".;'; the course of his remarks Mr. C. B. Gwynn. J. M. Dell John T. vation, till we cultivate the lands good roads\ "is the man who knows how the rich, red corp

-- ,, t., sumner said: Costa. C. S. dough six months typewriter which are already available. to build them. : :* lacking in it. Itjca
"There is really a reason. Independent -
'; of economy why we should not janitor seven months, filing Because, the drainage of the Ever- That the west coast had more than ;; il a tonic butnor1

circulate extra copies of'the presi.dent's cases, stamped enveolpes cleaninglock ,
:i Motto: The Banner, believing these glades would change ,the climatic con- its usual number of winter visitors.
has -1
It been
to safe, maps, traveling expensesof concentrated Ia
--i ?< the top well able t. take car ef characterized as a libel; unquestionably ditions of' that region and Inflict Incalculable That it is useles to pour water on
it is .libel it is C. B. Gwynn. printing land list,' J fat is the
themselves, has taken its stand in the a ; an incendiary element;
and drowned
S document, calculated to stimulate the etc. damage on the fruit a
$ barricades stationery exchange, telegrams, ,
with the
r cemmon peep I. rebellion once more and to provoke I vegetable industries of that region of Atlanta will hold an industrial your system. .
and its will be to take care of receipts'amounting to
fight made for the betterment civil war. It is a direct appeal to '

of those at the bottem.FRIDAY the worst passions and the worst i8.R77.9S Y!_'_' ''__ was., __ 47.431.30.y"n! the state. exposition in 1910. There i is :'
I prejudices of those rebels who, being' The vIews of the Index coincide Because,. the prairies reaching from That the whipping post propositionwas no fOOdS .

subdued through on the the aid battle-field of the, presidentof still resist with those of the Jacksonville' 'Sun the everglades to the ocean, on which I laughed out of congress. easily digested 8nd

MARCH 2, 1906. the United States. It is the evidence when It says: the 'principal vegetable crops are That some men are born kickers ;U-.1 as'cott's

S.S _ _ _ _ president of a direct and the coalition former betweenthe rebels.If Deducting the J7.992.64-interest raised, owe their fertility and arabilIty and have soured on the world.

A Florida Jefferson Davis were president of and minute sales-and the $11,650 for to their annual overflow during the That the small talk of society todayis
vegetable grower claims lawyers and $406.96 for -their traveling Emulfjjf
the United States he could not sendto rainy season. The soil of these the same as that saterized by Dean
;_ to have evolved a seedless cucumber. this chamber a message different in expenses, there .was left transactions.
character. I have often said that An- requiring clerical work, amounting to prairies is decomposed vegetable mat- Swift in 1700. II

::1 The drew Johnson was the successor of $48.820.62. ter which is deposited on a rock foun That the fortifications built for one Cod Liver
Hastings potato growers expect Jefferson Davis, and this message is For this volume of business, one '
a .yield thte season .of 75,000 barrels. a complete confirmation all that I bookkeeper at $1,200 would be all that dation. It is fine as flour and wheit generation are useless for the next .

.. i have heretofore said. I hope the senate I a business man would have. and if dry is hard as rock. The annual generation and is money squandered, !It t will nourish and : .
will not put its hands .into the the incidental expenses, which includeall
,If women knew the arsenic in some public treasury in order, to circulate items such as telegrams filing overflow of water from the everglades I butThat body when milk and

cosmetics they would understand( over the country a document which is cases stamped envelopes, printing. saturates it through to the rock, ren- money spent on good roads- I '
: GO offensive to congress and which. stationery and exchange, amounted to ,. il to do it. Scott's
cf the fatal gift of $1,200 the business ders it easy'to cultivate and the soil if properly built-is a Joy forever.
over ,
beauty. just in proportion to its influence, is more man :
calculated to arouse the worst sentiments would fire the bookkeeper. retains moisture enough to make one That the church spire, the school I always the same; :

We will neft? nave good roads or throughout the rebel states. I With this allowance for salary and II crop with but very little rain. When house, and the printing machine are .'datable and always 4
move to strike out the words relating Incidentals out, 5031.36 is left for ..
jT hosa; we hue reaacnably worked until to the president's message." maps cleaning lock to safe, and traveling -.'' the crops are gathered in the spring still the world's best friends. here the> is "
sar S ; body
we have rooaey t;) pay for them anda In the light in which we read it expenses for Mr. Gwynn. I the next overflow prepares the soil That the individual who was ,berat- .
_ tllOW This we would put down as too either
man who knows how to make them. the president's message was avery much for these items.unless the maps for another crop and so on indefinitely. ing the Ocala Banner the other night my cause, in _

----- mild public documentNotwithstanding were many the lock to the safe very But drain the everglades and let that -like the story of the burial of Sir 4)1' adults. |:
foul and Mr. Gwynn's travels rivaled I
John L. Inglis' lallroad the Stand how rife the times those of the Wendering Jew., vegetable soil onca'-dry down to the John Moore-is "left alone in his

ard and Hernando will be extended to were then the president's utteranceswere We respectfully submit these views rock and not another crop will ever Glory." I We will scad you* waipftS

: Hernando In Citrus county within a very ably defended by Senator of ours to the gentlemen-who are trustees be made there till the drainage ditches That the efforts of the Ocala Ban- '''':1
S of the Internal Improvement fund, r Be sure th t Ii
short time.-Madison Recorder. Dixon of Connecticut. and invite discussion of them. We I and canals ere dammed and the ner to give praise where it is deserved S tureinthelura

---f The debate is a most interesting one. may be wrong, and are willing to be annual overflow permitted to again to make fruitful the waste labelisonthe' "(
: Mr. E. R. Howell of convinced that we are wrong. '
Anthony writes Among other things Senator Dixon No wonder the act to -put these occur. places and to print a good newspaperin I i' of every bottle's!!

1 :! to tha New York Packer that. he has said: moneys in the control of the State Because, when the vegetable soil on a small community are appreciated. 4L.sionyoubuy.,

400 acres planted in cantaloupes and "The senator says it is "arrogant," Treasurer was vetoed.. The "pick. the everglade prairies, and vegetable scout .
not 40 acres as that paper previously "presumption," "in bad taste" on the Sarah S ;'I
ings" are too good.-LakeCIty Index. soil of the hammocks on the islands Bernhfrdt to be in Jacksonville
ir- reporte-1!. part of the president of the United ,. :
& I States to call himself the defender of get dry they will burn like an old March the Fourteenth. : CHEJfIS'I

'L ----- the constitution; that it is unconstitutional Publicity is Required. bank of sawdust and when it gets on 409 pearIlf.ft}

The railroads ,are now racing' for language. Let us see the fire, as It must from burning woods, The greatest actress in the world, ,. ,
.the mall contracts. The malls will oath which he is required by the con- The conviction is growing that no SOc.andfUli
_ stitution to take: it will smoulder and burn till it. Is entirely Mme. .Sarah Bernhardt the.wonderful .
: be weighed for about 100 days and matter what plan is adopted for the 5. I All Druggl.ofi].
"I do solemnly swear (or affirm) consumed and nothing be left French woman known as the "Divine I
!; : upon the result contracts will be that I will faithfully execute the office suppression of the evils arising out of I
of president of the United but bald, barren rock. Sarah is to be in Jacksonville on .
awarded for carrying for railway management. one point mustbe '
same four and will, to the best of my ability, We are not "talking through our the evening of March, the fourteenth.: WE ADMIRE
1 :years. insisted upon and that is publicity.As /
preserve, protect, and defend the constitution
hat but have knowledge of wliat She will make her appearance in the ..
of the United States. -
---- rebates are veiled under hundredsof
The six best That la the very language of his we arffim and can demonstrate it. immense skating: rink in that city, The honest man.
books of the month: different disguises, and are concealed
oath. What is defender of the
I constitution
Already a.. large sum, over ,fifty which will immediately be converted The .
Father's pocket book, papa's pocketbook but a nian who is bound to with great ingenuity, the power progressive man.The .
I thousand dollars, has been taken out Into a Beautiful modern theatre.
,, dad's defend it? Is that arrogant language? enterprising man.
pocket-book. the old.man's. of visitation must be given to
!c Now will the senator say that that gov- of the pockets of the taxpayers and She will present Alexander Dumas'great The ring of the anvil
pocket-book the governor's oath throws no light on that subject? ernment. If government inspectors and
: pocket book and ma's pocket It is ,a very different form of oath expended onthis foolish andinjur emotional play, "Camille." "arah .The tone of the dinner be"'
book.- expert accountants are given the fullest -
Hallets-dlle from that which the senator himself I ious proceeding and If the people are Bernhardt has been crowned ujidis- The music of the early
Herald. takes. He takes such oath. The opportunity of examining all
wise to their Interests they will procure puted, the :greatest of all living or dead whistles
from |
\ constitution only a senator to mill, foundry
""* requires books, records. and accounts of the "
f The High Springs swear to support the constitution. legislaators who will put a stopto Camilles. This Is and will be until her tory.
did not railroad companies and these are in
Why was the oath In the two cases
this expensive and ruinous death her
suspend on .account of n-jn-support, expressed in different 'language If a general way,, subjected to the same project. greatest characterization. The fragrance of the fluwersji

as some papers allege. Bn Setzer the president of the United States sees '-. -Jasper News. and never does she appeare without glistening of thedew dropg

1 had ,to stop on arcount of his 'health, : fit sworn to declare to defend himself constitution, after having, its I character with reference of inspection to our national as now obtaias banks -- .-- hundreds of requests from the press. rays: of the sun. |!

1. and as there was only 'one Setzer, no "elected defender," I can see nothingin : it will be difficult if not impossible to Broward and His Scheme. and public that she "do..Camille." Pretty ways for pre1.ty.w".'

(; one could that disrespectful to congress nor -- ; It Is a most exhausting and overpowering
take his place.--GaIn03ville: Spunk at the right time bu
can I see anything arrogant in It. It longer conceal rebates or other unjust
Sun. In the proceedings now' pending in role and it is her mastsr- in the right'
is his duty to defend the, constitutionof practices. In order that such inspection place.
the United States in all the injunction case of Southern piece. It will
proper, legal the be a first class production The man who does not
and constitutional modes. may be the more thorough and
There were so many visitors on the What shall we say when Abraham expeditious, a uniform system of accounting States .Land and Timber Company vs with fine, scenery, full stage set- dunned more than eleven

East Coast the past week or more that Lincoln found himself In a osition in the Drainage Commissioners in 'the tidgs a company of .forty.five from month for his bills.
: which he was bound to defend the should be required\ on the Federal Court at Jacksonville, an affidavit the Paris Theater
at the and the prices
Royal have
Poinciana Hotel at Palm constitution of the United States and part of common carriers, with ap- A community pulling IO.,
Beach and this from has been filed, as reported in the most wisely been fixed at $3. $2
several other of the big save government destruction priate penalties for fraud a common purpose and a corn
: hotels at these without law, and as some said. againstlaw pn deception Times.Union. signed by Hon. J. W. S
.L resorts they were compelled ? If anything which President or false swearing.The S A walk In .thewoods this

1 to bring into use many cots for Lincoln ever did endeared him to the fight is now on, the alignmentis Whidden, of DeSota County, in which spring weather viewing the d I4

the accommodation hearts of the American people it was the position assumed by Civil Engineer -
of .
the guests. yellow jassamine and Dther 1'n1'ers.
being made, the result $1.AWfUL
his taking the responsibility in April may soon Maim of Osceola county, concerning
1861, of defending! constitution of be expected. If the great masses of ;

: Mr. Joe :Mathews for sixteen years the United States." the people have their wishes crystal- the probable effect of the propose PSORIASIS A town in which the white j

:. Marion county' efficient tax assessor, I Things grew from :bad to worse in ized into law can any one doubt what ,I drainage of the Everglades is fully I paint brush 'are kept busy. i I

but who has J endorsed and confirmed.
now retired permanently Congress: and the presidentva. arraigned : Men who love to sustain tb
.:' the result will be-Hon. John J. Esch ,
from office, was in Ocala Tuesday and at the bar uf the Senate for in Moods Magazine. Senator Whidden is now 67 years of a efforts of the daily newspaj*

.- brought with him a peck of nickles "high crimes misdemeanors," but -- -- age. and his life has been an eventfulone. 3YEARS realize that they are factors 4

and dimes which ha deposited failed of = I lie fought In the Seminole War
in the impeachment by one vote.
Wade is uf Against It. upbuilding of a city. J
: .. Central National bank. I and traversed through all sections of .
_ Asked where Suppose that: reason instead of passion '

he got so much small change, he said : had ruled the hour what evils The trustees' of the internal improvement .S' lower Florida. For twenty-two years Terrible! Scaly Humor in Patches Florida Products in the phi1

he had been selling eggs and had would have been averted? he was a member of the Legislature, -
All Market PbilJ
fund once on a time, sold Over the Body-Skin Cracked
found'it a very profitable avocation. But like active volcanos these serving ten years in the House and
passions Neil G. Wade
some land. The legislature and PhIladelphia Feb. 2' .-
-- finally burned themselves out, twelve years in the Senate. In his 'Bleeding-Itching. Unbear '!J.
1- granted the same' lands to the Florida products V> :;ca.;
have ; en
:MrJ Theodore McLean, who has a i and Charles Sumner himself made a Atlantic, Suwanee & Gulf railway com affidavit Senator Whidden states that able-Cured by Cuticura! in Thirty

position at the Monarch he is thoroughly familiar with the In very active demand the pas
orange grove, memorable speech in which he advo- pany. The railway company sold the conditions Days at Cost of $4,75 .

5, in Sumter county. is visiting his sister cated the "return of.the battleflags" lands to the Atlantic Lumber that prevail in the counties included Oranges, particularly, are in eI;;
who is stopping... Mr. C. H.Shaw's to the Southern states, and Horace in the drainage district and I re : which filed bill
a set Wade'stitle
in this cUy. Mn McLean says Greeley who led the fight for Impeach. aside. Wade demurred to the with the effect that fire has upon the ANOTHER WONDERFUL idas bring J3.25@3.75. with fanl.

the Monarch grove Is putting on a ment became the nominee of the democratic marsh/ and saw-grass and muck landsof dian rivers selling at J4, andInstances' ?
bill on the ground that he had a title CURE BY
prolific bloom and presents a beautiful party for. the presidency! j from the trustees, etc. The circuit that section and he relates his observations more. The grapefruffifj

_ picture. It has the reputation of This leads us to remark that nearlyall of the burning of the saw- S Picked up and fancy fruit vMtiN 1
court promptly decided against Wade
being the largest orange grove in the our great statesmen changed their and grass muck in dry Reasons, having "I was afflicted with psoriasis for with ordinary going at at|
: carried
the case to the thirty-five
: world and will this year produce a fine positions on some great question of up supreme "seen the fire burn for six weeks; in over years. It was in patches all !' 'i'-e. )
body. I
court. The case was argued my used three cakesof
; ; yield of fruit. national policy, and none of them escaped some places the holes burned out are L has been a very hard ma%
before that court on.the 13th inst., and Soap, six boxes
criticism.It as much as ten feet deep." ---J; CuticuraOint- i'ie trade to get fancy Florida 1fjis.
i S Its decision is looked for with interest -
Early Primaries. has been so from the administration If Governor Broward in attemptingto :;1 ment, and two The stock is coming toft *
because, in the decision on the 1 ......... bottles of Cuti-
of Washington to the administration eliminate a surplusage of water In Fancy ripe tomatoes of good 8174
S -The. Buckman law .the court has already ., cura Resolvent. I
-S state'executive committee, In 'of Roosevelt: and will continue so decided against Wade. the lower peninsula should expose that M bathed with the sell at $6 $6.50.; These are e .

obedience to the wishes of the office until the end of time. Poor region to the more terrific danger of t .. 'Soap, applied the prices, but they were easily <*f|
seekers seems to be
and up
politicians have Issued a Criticism! or to put It in a milder against It. destruction by fire what will the people Ointment once a .the past week on the street f .

call for very early primaries. to-wit: forni.. "publicity" Is at once the of the state have gained? st 4..( day and took the smooth fancy stock. ,
As a matter of fact if Resolvent
May 15 and June 12. the decisionin as direeled. -
strength and safety of the republic.Our Augustine Record. In Celery has begun to arrive *j
the Buckman law thirty
There case un-
is goes
no days I I
necessity In the was read
worldIn -- completely cured, and 1 more freely and is selling
reversed, the
occupation of the trus- think
precipitating this early primary Country and Our Country Women. Strobhar Witnesses Off for Atlanta. permanently- .. as it' was-- --ahnut--.-fivo..... J2.75, Strawberries are also! 1
upon the eople of the state tees Is gon .Jasper News. years ago."The .
espec plentiful "
psoriasis first and lower at 25 @50c. \

; ,ially at the. farmer's very busiest sea- Grand in her rivers and her rills, Gainesville, Fla., Feb. 21.-A number ance in red spots, generallyforming made its appear- apples are very scarce and in
S Mr.
Stetson's Will. a
.s.>n, Grand: in her woods and templed hills, f of witnesses have gone to Atlanta circle,leaving in the center aspot about cases are quoted nominally IF;

J Grand in the wealth her soil conceals. where they will give testimony in the the size of a silver dollar of sound flesh. 5.50.
: The will of Mr. John B. Stetson the In a short time
A Hit the affected
at the Tampa Globe. Grand in her case of the Atlantic circle aJi
grain and cotton fields Coast Line railway would form a heavy Fancy lettuce is .in good deic j
Philadelphia millionaire hatter, and dry scale of a white
-- Grand in her mines in commerce against J. N. Strobhar formerly silvery appearance and would 5@5.50 and some nice stock 15 1
In founder 'of Stetson gradually
one important respect Cot William grand University at De- agent for that company Jn this city. drop off. To remove the entire scales tag up to $6. Eggplants briol.!

-. Randolph Hearst has set a bad I In sunlit skies and fruitful land; Land Florida has been offered for Among those summoned are Harry by bathing or using oil to soften them 3, while peppers are going at IJ*
example probate and it is discovered that he the flesh would )
and Induced be
imitations that I Grand in her temples and her schools, I Tench, agent; Auditor McQuaig; J. E. light perfectly raw, and a -
: are liable to breed trouble. I Where makes no bequest in favor of Stetson : Pultz discharge of bloody substance
Seeing his clerk
knowledge dwells and virtue in the freight would S Antwers
: University. department; ooze out. That scaly crust would to Correspondents-
success with I
several newspapers rules B. P. Richards form
a ; cashier of the again in twenty-four
Dutton hours. It -
number Some time he inserted clausein .
of I ago a
; bought inulto-millianaires have Grand in her strength on land, on sea. bank; and B. F. Jordan. They will remain was worse on my arms and limbs, al, Yes. Marshall Field, was an &:Jt1ser.

--S : sheets and propose to run And in religious liberty; his will 'giving that Institution a in Atlanta for some though it was in spots all over my The helped
I them. It is becoming epidemic like :. Grand in her men. but half million dollars but when the body, also on my scalp. If I let the newspapers :
grander far scales remain make hIs lIe.-
too great wealth.
yacht owning and 'the like. But the la Spartan mothers, as her womenare. trouble arose 'at thainstitution ayear Meeting of the Democratic Voters. by bath or long otherwise without, the removing skin- biggest and rmost persistent ad

ambitious gentlemen who are looking or so ago and he was left off would crack and
I suffered er In the the
United States and
; tor'a new amusement are likely to the board of trustees, he eliminatedthis A meeting of the democratic intense itching, worse at nights after

t get some thrills and meet difficulties .... Invaluable for Rheumatic.I .-,-.. clause from his will and the doc of precinct number is voters getting warm in bed- or blood warm I successful merchant '
they have been ument offered for one called for By exercise, when it would be almost No. Miss Clem Hampton Is
did not count on beforehand. Mr. few spffering for the past probate since hisdeath Saturday, March 3r' unbearable. ,
Hearst years with a severe atack of shows that at 3 o'clock p.- state superintendent of public InS.
was a newspaper man before and the clause was never rn., at "To
the it
"aaUfm found that Ballard's court house sum all I would
up not
he reinserted for the pur- go tion. She is only deputj apet ,
LIniment and
became Stetson
a financial magnate, and was the only thing University pose of electing through such another ordeal of affliction "
an i
iI he runs his newspaper a business. Jin5iVef satisfaction and it tended is 'cut off without a cent. executive committeeman for thirty-five, years for the State of dent.
-. my paIns. Marc 24. ()!. for this precinct Kansas. .. I
That (signed) W. --- '" -
Tampa Times. elm C. Deurnan KInginan IlL 25c. was a very costly quarrel for IL Chidester, -

SOc, and 100. All druggists. m Stetson University. E. W.. .DAVIS, I '.Hutchinson, Kan.,-April 20, 190." For Rent-Two miles south of<

Executive Committeeman. i j CM CotfcuT world rotter Soap Ointment aDd rm-,-,.-' oUthnraghont I 27 acres of fertile, (well rested

.- 4I I r-lWi 4Jt. .t"ilewioCanTortttri Drug*Chun.Cons; Sole' Prop UwDon.*.,Boson* I mock 149 land. Cleared, unfenced. rtJf
-J_ Lime street. 2N -
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Fx..1 Jobs WRITES ABOUT BiG DAY >IN "DEITSCHLAND. William's wedding this evening. Hap- '

utmann's "Die Versunkene Glocke" Coijveylng, Elewtigg Old Power Transn.ission.Mas. I iog 1:aid

= Emperor Silver Wedding, will be performed by members of the ApplIarjces 0 0 =
:: tHE LAND "
t : FLOWERS. Day Fittingly Celebrated AllOver Irving Place Theatre Company of New Agents for- 0'

.W3 the Empire-J PALM
BEACH. FbuIjara ty =
\yaST recommended that the ,
t county com will be given to the Germanic "
Germans Celebrate.Special l .
spending this week In.the Land missioners get at It, and I suppose Museum of the university. --Write for special catalogues '

d wits and Flowers a.nd' fashion. they will, in a: small way, like they to the Ocala Banner.
ZYut1 Mr. Fiatfer has made the do everything else. We could spend I Berlin Feb. J -
27.-Twenty-five years .
last, coast of Florida a veritable Eden probably two or three hundred thousand ago today, on February 27, 1881 Emperor Days Session of the National .

;,and deserves the gratitude of thepeople dollars on 'Bartow county highways William then Crown Prince of Educational Association Openedin CHARLESTON, S. C.

; of this growing state. His but I know our people will have Prussia and, incidentally of the Empire Kentucky Metropolis F. 0. HOFFMAN.Flor .'
of the United Germany, was mar
jjtflroad Iron extends .400 miles south to take a trip off before they can see Yesterday. da Representative. Phone 20CSav->y Hotel Ocala, Florida. 'a
ried to the Princess Augusta Victoria
from:Jacksonville, and I was told that it that -way. The towns that are up-
of Schleswig-Holstein Sanderburg- Special to the.Ocala Banner.
tea thousand men'wtIl soon be put to-date in their streets and public ( -
Augustenburg, then a girl barely
on the work of the Kye West exten- buildings, and the counties that are Louisville Ky., Feb. % .-The annual
twenty-two. Considering the fact that
lion which leaves the mainland of up-to-date in their good roads are the this Is the Silver Anniversary of the meeting of the Department of Superintendents rraiir rrr.rr. t t a* ei
Florida about 35 miles south of Miami most prosperous ones on earth in the !
of the National Educational .
wedding and, as such an event of;
follows the line of the Island long run. We need wisdom and'not
and considerable importance the' celebra Association opened a three days'
Keys to Key West. Perhaps forty niggardly economy In ,the line ofthings : \ LOOK FOR -- .
tion today throughout the German empIre session here today. The attendanceis
miles will be bridged by steel and con- of which I write. We can
was rather tame. ,The celebra unusually large and. every state \
crete pillows at an enormous cost, and double the value of city property and \ SEALOWHarewtv .
tion was not, originally, intended to and territory is represented. In con- -
they predict that trains will be runnlngJtnto farming lands in two years by fine- be so quiet. The Germans love their nection with the Superintendents' I . Key West in four or five ly paved streets and good ?
country Emperor too much and are too fond meeting the folowing societies will also -
then the United States will be roads. So let's It ==;: 3S
get'at In earnestThe ; Mark Rogers
years of brilliant celebrations to let an anni hold sessions here during the three r' =
In 'five hours boat ride to Havanna. south now has the money to do versary of SI'-.h importance pass by days: The National Society tor the,
::1'hen'we will have to annex Cuba, not anything and ; '
everything she wants to Old Charter
irl- :
It Scientific
without making the occasion for Study of Education, the Ed- ,
for wrath ,but,for profit's sake. do. If the fool farmer and merchantIn : :
grand popular demonstrations, unless ucational Press Association of .America -; JI ..
spent two .days ..In Miami and it's our southland would quit shippinghis there Is some very good reason for ., the Society of College Teachers. r ., ''' JltI I Il'li .,. Mt. Vernon, r
gem city, of Florida. They claim to Wall f "'. ;. ?"'
the : money street through the i$ :
it. Education and others.
d fl !! ,.I( I,l; ::0 .
; .Iffl'ry41g0)p
(,.000'in population, and it Is a most bucket shops, and put that cash In .ill/p.!, "'" j11 ,,,", J '
According 'to the original program The session was opened this morning "" l'Cascade and i rd
beautiful place. California has no home Improvements, we would soon.be the and the of I ,
wedding anniversary was .to be a Mayor the city welcomed :
place more enchanting. The hotels, the on top.I grand state occasion and the crown- the members. T. A. Mott, of W ; I !! '
buildings, the residences, the li really believe d I 'r'':: 4 : Other High
public that the south. has ed heads of all Europe were to be Invited Richmond Ind., and W. O. Thompson 1 ; ;,

bank, and business buildings and the gambled off and lost enough money In to take part In a .magnificent President of the Ohio state University l h''j. I

driveways are as fine as money and cotton futures since the civil war to celebration. But this of Columbus 0. delivered ad- .. I 'P Grade
arrangementwas ,. ,' ""t1 Whiskey
brains make them. Here they have made southland the Eden of : .
can our
completely' changed by the Em- dresses on the subject of the moral

Dave the Royal Palm hotel, and there the world, and Wall street knows as peror. Various reasons have been assigned and religious education in the public : .1

are others; not of the Flagler group, well how to filch them as a cat knows :
for the change In the program,' schools, which were afterward discus- An Unexpected Visitor. :
just as fine and just as; full of guests, how to. catch rats. We gamble with i but It is fairly well understood that Red. There will be an afternoon and JJfr Jjj
fulL My what the old S May be an old friend or anew
and they are a placeto greasy deck and speculate in the action of the Emperor was due an evening se'ssion.with. a number of .I

'" ,enjoy yourself and spend your cotton a la Georgia courts but both principally to his desire to avoid the excellent addresses on educational S business' acquain

money Millionaires and men of all games are on a level, I believe, all the eclat of
a humiliating slight by the subjects. S tance. Be ready for' filmS

trades find a place here. Single meals same. British court bya clever contrecoup.To -- .;br
i with a case of- assorted ,
from $2.50 down
from U a day to $30 a day for a sin- : I find the resident population ion the peror decided that the celebration -- S Scotch Irish; brandiis, \ It .

.gfo person, and each class enjoy their east coast of Florida healthy and pros- should be a mere family affair, devoidof New Orleans in Holiday Attire Yesterday : S whiskies, rye burbon. ) yj .'

:stay 'at, Miami. I found many Georgians perous. The pastor of the Methodist any official character and that no in Honor of the Annual Fes wines, etc.. W will put It Rrt '
there" and they, are all doing church told me today that out of the official invitations should be sent to tal Occasion-Big Ball and S you up a dozen or more j,1 J .
welly in their business and trades. I ranks of the home population in the any European court. 1 Tableau Last Night. .
quart bottles to meet Just i'i .. .
spelnt two days more pleas 1905 the death rate not 8f" I
Nave. not year was one The reason for the postponement of -'-

,antly'anywhere. in a thousand. There were he says, the wedding of Prince Eitel Fredrichis Special to the Ocala Banner. 1 such emergencies and ,,,rr''Ilf"I"i 'l '

I suppose Mr. Flagler Is now getting four deaths in a resident populationof said to have been that the Emperor New Orleans. Feb. 27.-Today is the you'll not "go broke" elth11: : f f. I .
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er, paying for the goods I c.
;reasonable returns for his investments 5,000 in and around Palm Beach. did not wish to deprive his son of the principal day of the Carnival week. rI

in Florida. and 'That the this is the most Thousands of visitors from all we supply.
;down here Freight being case, pleasure of a brilliant ceremony, with partsof .

passenger, fares on his road are up to healthy section in all the world. all the pomp attending the presence ota the United States are in the city

/the top.' When you buy a round trip The merchants seem cheerful and large number of royal and imperial !, and the city is dressed in holiday attire OC0LA HOUSE WINE ROOMS. :

ticket over his road you can travel at happy, and laboring'' people seem pros- personages. Such display would have for the occasion. The festivitiesof

: 3 cents a mile each way. and straightfare perous and all the east 'coast is all been Impossible on the wedding anniversary the closing day began this morning ...-..-...................

is.3 cents a mile, so you will take ,right of the Emperor, after he had i with the grand, parade of the King *S

notice you save what the boy shot at I was dazzled by the splendor of decided to make it a close family af- 'of the Carnival, the incomparable

1 nothing.. A seat in his parlor cars the Royal Ponciana hotel. and grounds. fair. "Rex" and his brilliant suite and t

k'ooly cost you about a cent a mile. Surely it looks like the Garden and Although for the double reason of Court. It was a brilliant spectacle

il Freight I am told, gets the balance of Palace of the Gods. Mr. Flagler's the Emperor's wish and the state of which was witnessed by thousandswho

your pil& Something to eat comes high home, situated on the island on which mourning the Silver Wedding of the lined the streets through which TqI'L 0

down here; 75 cents for a chicken 30 the Royal Ponciana stands, is hard by Imperial couple was not atended by J I the parade moved. The floats were

y cents a pound for beef, eggs and butter the hotel. They' say U cost a mIllion any state ceremonies, there was even more gorgeous than at the last

':- out of .sight, but the higher a.commodity to build, It, and another million to enough to see, to hear and to read fete. The parade of the Mystic Kreweof
.I\:. .Is the better you relish IL furnish it. Such Is life. lIe can only about the event to satisfy the gay and Comus will be held in the eveningand

I remember when side meat was 20 sleep "in one bed.and occupy one room loyal people in Berlin and throughout the Carnival will come to an end h. 4e

cents..a ,pound I really enjoyed eating at a time and can only eat what he Germany. There was a thanksgivIngservice with. a brilliant ball and tableaux at )

5 vlt AH. kinds of fruits and vegetables 'I.can digest and even what he has on in the Schlosskirche this morning the French Opera House tonight. .

,;:crow down on the east coast, oranges, and all'the balance is surplus, as the at which the entire Imperial family -
|.-grapefruit, peas, otafcocs, lettuce, etc. bmscall it. was present. The emperor and the The Allurements of Silver Springs.
Y,'ete.. an
".'''luxuriance down on the peninsula. ; here where he lives as a benefactor ; of military and civic organizations To those who enjoy only grand and

:,',,{'was charmed with suburbs: of Mi- and a benevolent, kindly man and Iam offering their congratulations rugged mountain scenery and magnificent -

-J.fcrni. the hammock land around the glad to know that those who know and tendering a large number of valuable water falls, Florida can offer no

.felty. covered with the vines arid na-. him best speak kindly of him. for ,he presents to commemorate the great attractions but what can be
;,'tlve trees of infinite variety-the cocoanut ; who has great wealth carries great \day. more enjoyable than a ''trip on beauti- .

': orchards, the- pineapple fields responsibilities. Many: hundreds of presents came ful Silver Springs on a heavenly day

/the grapefruit and lime frmlt. The When the question was put to Mr. from .all parts of the empire and from like Saturday was? It is really a

:Jungles of Africa are_not more impas'v : Flagler (in the courts of Florida), whore I nearly all parts of the world wherever joy to be alive at such a time and -

.. sable t tban these hammock forests are your' associates in your Florida there are Germans ID any ,considerable anyone that thinks life not worth living -

';- when untouched by the axe. The roads investments hotels railroads,, etc., he number. One of the handsomest gifts we should like to prescribe a trip

jfar built with a native rotten lime- answered under oath, and said as he came from the Kreiger verband of over our hard road to Silver Springsin

Krrw stone. It is easily blasted and worked, stood with his hat in ills hand: "They America an organization of former a smoothly I running automobile. and i ,

send< when put down and run over by belong to me just the same as my German soldiers, now living in the then a trip in a launch on the exquisitely -

;..the road machine It is smooth and hat belongs to me." United States. The gift consists of a beautiful and placid watersof I. .

I very hard. It Is"a sort'of mixture be- So all\ this is his and he is welcome' punch bowl mounted on a base and these picturesque and wonderful

;r','tweea. cement and asphalt. It worries. to it as far as I am concerned for. I executed from designs by Mr. Alfred springs. One cannot help becoming FOUR SAILINGS EACH, WEEK, '.' x

me: to see this new country with its don't want it, if I must run it. Igo Lenz, a New York sculptor, in the enthusiastic over the semi-tropical .

| splendid up-to-date roads, and north ; into western Florida today-Lake- workship of the Mauser Manufacturing beauties around Silver Springs at this ': -
;. '
.etc, and In New York. season-the maple, cypress and oak BETWEEN ,
Georgia roads almost impassible, and land Tampa, St. Petersburg Company Every / '
too west Florida of the bowl and base is made of trees, in the varying- shades of green ork\i
|?.we either stingy or .too idiotic to will say something about part Jacksonville and New Y ;: ;

j 9 al! la line with the balance of the next week. Yours truly American\ materials gold silver, from light to dark, with here and

j Jl world on the good roads program. SAM P. JONES in Atlanta Jour- bronze, stone and historic wood from there a tree whose foliage is brilliant. "

f?';Our last grand jury in Bartow coun- nal. all parts of the United States. ,red or soft yellow, In the midst or
1:: The Emperor and the Empress cel- which one sees the red bud, the yellow Calling at Charleston, S. C., both ways.
I -- --- -- ebrated the day. rather quietly in the jassamine, the dog wood and the TSE :

;Pere Marquette Stockholders Meet. I Woman's Boards of Foreign Missions. circle of their family and there were plum in full blossom. The scene Is! ,

no state functions of any kind, excepting a beautiful one and suggests the glad-

}Special to the Ocala Banner Special to the Ocala Banner. i the reception of the members of ness of the fresh new spring and is ja i

}_\Detroit,, Mich.. Fah.. 27.The'stock- Nashville, Tenn.. Feb.. 27.-The sevI I the diplomatic corps of the various panacea for all the Ills of mankInd. j THE CLYDE NEW ENGLAND SERVICE BETWEEN AND SOUTHERN I LINESDIRP.CT : '

't''holders- I tenth Interdenominational conference delegations, and of the high officials Then too, the translucent waters of -
| of the Pere Marquette Railfoa'd -
I, Woman's Boards of Foreign of the government, of the two housesof the springs with tbeir ever changing j- "
will hold here this af- of the I and Providence *
| a meeting Jacksonville Boston -
States and parliament and of the Imperial prismatic colors, as changeful as a x :
Missions the United Points. :'
I and all Eastern
eWoon t which will be of the greatest household.The I kaleidoscope and as beautiful as a : :

,Importance as it will determine whether I' Canada opened its biennial meeting city was decorated in, honor of prism;

or not the stockholders will permit 6 I here today with a Jarge. atendance. the day and the citizens displayed. Saturday there were several different Calling at Charleston Both Ways -
sixty-three boards In the enthusiasm. Pictures of they Em- parties at the springs, some hav- SEMI WEEKLY
.the separation of that system from :! There are great :Southbound: ....................... ............ ............................. ftoa: Lewis' Warf, Boston
. R I Canada and each is represented by everywhere and the day was observed buggies and some In automobiles.
11road.. About two 'months ago the
i stockholders of the cincinnati Hamilton -'I three delegates. Besides the delegates as a holiday by high and low. Nearly all of the launches and row {

; many prominent church wo- There were numerous receptions and boats were in use and some that had
&: Dayton railroad voted to annul ; there are
hV.jease of the Pere Marquette, but it 1 mn from all parts of the country hereto banquets in honor of the day and the never seen the springs before'were in Clyde St. Johns River

u attend the conference in an unofficial Imperial couple's health was drank in exstacies over its beauties.
: I
:doubtful whether the stockholders
9fJhe in capacity. This is the first many a glass throughout the empire. The "William Howard" was up from Between Jacksonville and Sanford
later railroad will acquiesce meeting of the conference ever held'in Grahamville and was anchored at the Stnvlaz at Palatia, Aster, St. Francis, Btresford ( CeLaad) and Intermediate
tha! 1 pl in. The situation is renderedmore Laadlags oa St- Johns Hirer.
that the the South. The local members have Day Celebrated in New York. dock. and Fre' 'k DeBarry
Interesting from the fact Steamers City of Jacksonville
arranged a number of social functions New York. Feb. 27. The Deutscher The "Gypsie," a beautiful houseboat
stock of the Pere Marquette is scattered I
in honor of the visiting dele- I I Kriegerbund of Greater New York will owned by some' prominent and weal-

i among several' thousand holders celebrate the silver anniversary of thy parties of Eustis was at the are aooelnteJ to Sail as follows: Leave Jacksonville daily except Saturday 130 am
L \o we divided into two factions. gates. K l1ml Dg, leave Sanford daub except Sundays at 930 a. m.
Emperor William by a grand "Kommers" springs, having reached there Friday
.The,._ receiver of the twollnes, Judson I
innon: 1 Mr. William Greever, one of the and ball at Sulser's Harlem River from Lake Eustis after a most mem-
? has no direct interest in this
proprietors of the Blue Ribbon Extract Casino which 'has been transformed orable and enjoyable trip. We were Soatb.80alliS SCHEDULE North-BouD. '
: .jnsetlng. Read lip
ompany of Chattanooga., Tennessee, for .the occasion into a veritable shown through this boat, which Is Read Down
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'Brian Dalton, of Philadelphia, phased was transacting business in Ocala flower garden and will be Illuminated! very completely fitted out with every m. =w----- ..... :.- JaekJOllvllle .., ..-....-...-. Arrin 3 00 .. m f
I Tuesday and made arrangements to, by thousands of electric lights. Amongthe convenience poMlble. The owners of. Leave u 3 845'SO.p. m. .-..-.....,...- .. -. Palatka ___ ___ Lave 800 Po 111
; ilgh Ocala Tuesday afternoon from Palatka and p. .__ Astor__.............-- 3 30 2III ,

advertise his excellent preparations in guests of honor will be the German this boat will go on to 3 00 e. m. St. Francls..... 300 If. 111
Sadler __ ---- ..
other --
on her way to visit por- I columns of this paper. They will Ambassador, Baron Speck von to the head waters of the St John's 430 a m. _-_-'-r.Beresford ( DeLand) ............._ lOOp. DI i
S of Florida before returning to the Arrive 8 30 .. m. .._..........-. :........_. Sanford _............._- to 930 L IS #
be beard of later. Sternburg. .Otto Buenz the German river before returning ,to Lake Eus- .. 1000.. m ___ ._ _Enterprise__ .__ _. -. to 1000 &.111 z

!"*1 home,,". In the north. J J Consul at New York and many. prominent tis. GEniAL PASSENaEi AN 'ICE.OYFICE,122 REST BAY ST., JAOISOmLLE,

Mr. Kurtz Wallace of Tampa, has German-Americans.
rMonday'YJ aj Cornell, Mr. Lawrence few days in Ocala Mrs. Beatrice Marean, of Ocala, Is P. M IRONMONGER jRAss'tG a1 Pass. Agent,\n Wast Bay St, Jacksonville,F1 a.
I was'Quite badly stung by. elth- I' been spending a W. C COOPER.. ja.. Freight AxeaC: C P, LOVELL, superintendent,
,1" with his mother, Mrs. Alberty of Illinois Cambridge, Mass.,' Feb. 27.-"Der In the city the guest of her: daughter Foot 01 Hogaa Street,Jacksonville, Fla '
.: 'spider or.a tarantula. He suffer- BAGERTY. Gen'} East'u Pa.1I. Agt..New York. CLYDE MILNE,Cen'Ff.A$,N. Y,
Owens. Mrs. Marean's many. AC.
Mrs. NancyWallace. Deutsche Verein, the German Club Mrs. R..J.
visit to
and who is on It : WM. P. CLYDE CO.,General Agent.
'Iteat agony for several hours I THEO G. EGER, General Manager.
to j I
; Kurts'a many Ocala friends of Harvard University, will celebratethe friends in Pensacola are. very r
*ae,necessary to summon a physlrom' !- I Chtsbrough Building, 19 State Stree. New ,
'" were Jreatly'pleased' to see him again. I silver anniversary of Emperor greet her again.-Peasocalo Journal
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i 1' I DOINGS; OVER THE ct.:1'Y.: Six Torpedo ,Boats and Convoys Leave I House Military Committee do Not Fa- \Wk}
tJt. Norfolk..q.Today. fi ,' 'for Asiatic, Sta- "vor Promoting Army
BY OUR STAFF OF SPECIAL CORRESPONDENTS. tion-V Wil Go to Pacific via Su Just Before, Retirement-Want V
I ez' Canaland'sr2i1* V Indian Ocean. at Least A Year's Service r J

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_x- V ANTHONY. GRAiNS FROM GRINER FARM Life at Fort McCoy. V the Ocala Banner. ..
-: Norfolk \X Feft. :s:-Much Interest Special .
Special Correspondence .Ocala Banner. Special to the Ocala Banner. attaches to the selection by the' :Washington Feb. 28.-The final
w : The delightful spring weather we
Navy Department of a convoy to the of the discussion on the sub'ject -
V V Rev. J. G. Graham filled his regular Turpentine men are highly elated outcome
___ :r have been enjoying for the past week six torpedo boats which are destined retirements is awaited
V Sunday. He preached an over the price of spirits turpentineand of army
; ':;: has suddenly given place to a cold appointment for service on the Asiatic station.
interest in army
: wave which makes our truckers look I excellent sermon to, a large congrega- rosin; one thing noticeable Isthat These boats'are now at the Norfolk with considerable
circles. The purpose of the house military -
V solemn. especially those who have tion; subject, "Return of the ,Prodigal there is being very feu| boxes"cut this navy yard. and are being especially.:
committee is to prevent promo-
Son." winter arrangements are being made I equipped with modern torpedo appa-
I-T acres of vegetables. tion and the immediate retirement of
C. A. Priest, the affable woods-rider towork all the old boxes possible. ratus. with ,a view to their service In
forward officers of"high rank will not be real-
-Lettuce Is going rapidly
for Stucky and Tiller was a caller .in 'Some few are yet dipping late crops. far eastern waters. The arrangementof

V stimulated "by the good returns being r our midst last Sunday afternoon.. Weeding pines is about over and ,forest .- the boats to do duty on the distant ized by the class Incorporataed in the
annual bill by that committee. aaI4ef .g
V received. Hon. J. C. French and Mrs. Wake- fires will start and then stock men station has no special relation to any army d- '

c Mr. E.'P. Hutto's brother from Norway field, of the Park attended divine services will begin to look over ;their stock to emergency that may prevent because Tre provision is so worded that the requirement ; 47

S. C. Is on a visit to his brother at this place last Sunday after. I see how many cows died. of the situation, In China but, of that no ocer abovethe rank MtetiocforKNOWS :
shall be required on 'his V
of colonel
here and seems well pleased with An- noon. Farmers are about ready to plant course, .in the plans for the naval activity -
he shall have /
V thony. Mr. G. M. Brown and family of Anthony corn and general field crops. The in the event of trouble of that own 'application"until

Mrs. Harvey Is visiting her' sick called on his brother Mr. present winter is a reminder of old sort, the torpedo,. flotilla of the Atlantic quirement that no officer above the rank all about Liver Com

V daughter. Mrs. Smith of Cedar Key. Charles Brown last Sunday., times of the winters of the 60's and fleet will be conspicuously em- was evidently Intended by the committee plaints. He says there's

V 4 Mrs. Brown and six children irom Mr. J. J. Luffman and Mr. W. H. 70's when cotton, tomatoes and watermelons :- ployed. These torpedo boats will pro- to prevent immediate retire- no reason to pe sick"

: V V V Clinton, S. ,C. Is visiting her sister Scarborough called on Mr. John Scarborough grew and bloomed air the ceed as far as possible on their own ment of officers of the grades of colonel arouse the Liver; buildup

Mrs. Geo. Pasteur. and family last Sunday eve- winter. Nothing strange to go to the coal. and probably in pleasant water brigadier-general and major- your system wittf

V *'V 'Mr. Hanselman. of Philadelphia, Isguest ning. potato patch Christmas day and pull they will be towed on the voyage so.. general who might be -advanced and Ramon's Liver Pills and

V the of Mr. Geo. Brown while The friends of Mr. A. B. Halsel was out a whapplng big melon. so that they may not. make too heavy who must serve at least one year in Tonic Pcllets-a sure'?

V here looking after the interests of his glad to see him out at preaching last Mr. Roderick Gillis one of the pioneers draft on the bunker supply.' Some the higher grade. Of course, the same safe and swift cure. 23c

V commission house. V Sunday. of this section was 'laid to rest such ship as the Prarie or theYankee rule applies to officers below the for Complete TreatmentBIG )

V The extra term of our public school We are glad to hear that the fine i here last Monday. He died of hemor- may be used for the purpose of convoy grade of colonel who become brlga-' -

V is. pow being taught. ,by Misses Sue mare belonging to Mr. Sam Johnson' rage of the bowels. He leaves a wife .The boats will"go by the way of dier-generals for the purpose of re- ELECTRIC ROAD.Boston

V Mllligan' and Kate Liddon. The Intermediate I is recovering from a case of staggers.The and two married daughters to ,ourn the Suez Canal. The torpedo boats tiremtnt for higher grade and increased I

room has-been: dispensed with truckers are wearing broad his loss. will be practically of. modern equIp- pay If the intention of the. committee and Chicago May b,

on' account of ,the diminished attendance smiles: owing to the good stand of, L. L. -Meggs, one of the successful ment in all respects, as they have recently prevailed now it would be,impossible Connected by Electric Raifi. ..

V: only about 40 to 45 scholars being cantaloupes and other vegetables.Mr. naval stores operators of Marion county been subjected to a thorough to promote General Corbin to Strong Syndicatte

enrolled. John Seller has gone to St. is rushing things in getting up his overhauling and have had Installed on be a lieutenant general. and it would "Connecting

.Messrs. S. B. Daniels and B. F. Mims Petersburg with a car of bean fed cattle new still near Citra. board a new torpedo-firlng'device so have been impossible to promote .the I,. Route. BUfinaltt

are giving, their residences a fresh from this place. I Everything is moving along nicely that an enlarged torpedo may be three line officers who were recently Chicago. HL, Feb. 28.-It Is ise

V coat of'paint which adds much to their Miss Mattie Belle Jones is visiting. art: his Dexter still when they are discharged.How. made brigadier generals and to retire
I .. upon good authority that the:1""
appearances. her uncle 'Palmetto.. about ready to go to dipping pines for them immediately. The commimttee bilt-Andrews
Syndicate formed !
Mr. Edward Forbes who recently What is the matter with Captain the new crop. This is one of the best Carnegie Helped. defeated Its own object, however by
has almost
year succeeeded law?
While trying to drive. a nail had It 'to Bill Chalker that he doesn't, come to arranged turpentine farms in Florida. Inserting the words "on his own ap .
\ ing control of the various link !
V glance and strike him in the eye 13" !. Sunday school anymore: ? 'Come out Artesian water for everything. Three Special to the Ocala Banner. I plication.'" This makes a limitation which, if conr.ected after compk VV

sick and It is feared lose his miles from the river with New which can easily be avoided of-
Quite may Brother Bill we are always glad to see a good train Tork, Feb. 28.-The members as j
I of the necessary arrangement??
'sight road to haul on everything well V organized of the First Methodist church of New ficers need not apply for retirement I. !
you.Mr form a continuous line of electrSlways :
Miss Ella Tydings who is principal John Seller has purchased a and systematized, and bids Rochelle are a sadly disappointed lot and they will still be eligible to promotion ,","

I V of a Mission .school in Mexico after fine six hundred dollar piano. r fair for a successful year's work. Some time age they came to a conclusion and immediate retirement.To between Chicago and -BAt "*<
present the syndicate is blink |
I. visiting various parts of the state has Mr. Christopher Columbus Luff man We are pleased to see Peter Stanley that a new $1,000 pipe organ I !

returned home here for a period of made a business trip to Ocala last here this week hauling a two-horse would be a highly desirable additionto Extradite Fugitive Army Officers. roads In Michigan, Ohio asji
diana. By expending Jl.OOO.OOOtslTs
V Test. Saturday. wagon load of sweet potatoes home' to the equipment of their church.' One ...

V An alarm of fire was given Monday, Sunday school next Sunday at twop. eat with those fine cold storage hams of the members of the congregationwrote Special to the Ocala Baanner derbilt interests have recently

night in the eastern part of town due m, and preaching at 3 p. m., by he's been talking about so much in I to Mr. Andrew Carnegie to assist Washington, D. C., Feb. 28.-Lieutenant over the link of the Mohawjcjjd
system of New York state a&jjgj
to a: defective flue, which set fire to Rev. Cunningham. of Anthony. Hopeto the Banner. Peter is nothing, if not them. :Mr. Carnegie replied that Arthur H. Freshwater of the .

V the residence of Mr. Haynes Martin. It see a well filled house. the whole thing. !I if the congregation would first raise I 29th Infantry, who recently fled to gained full ownership of a If ,!"%"'-

: was extinguished before doing serious. Messrs Lewis Lang and G. K. Robinson j II i $500 he would see 'what could be done. Mexico from.his army post in Texas, Albany to Niagara Fals. ]

damage. V Disastrous Fire at Lake Weir. of Ocala, were here this week I This response was so encouraging that where he" was confronted with now is to get control, of the ecsd",.-
; Mr., J. B. Malloy's new mill, located hunting and having a good time. Lew- the members of the congregation soon charges of embezzlement of company ing or "limited" lines from ,

about one, 'mile north of town has begun On Tuesday a very dlsastrousfire\ is's old friends were delighted to see :: had the money pledged.. Then they informed funds and swindling of enlisted men Falls to Chicago to Clevelandledo. V V

V operations and is, one of thelargest occurred at Lake Weir which..resultedin him here again. i j j i Mr. Carnegie that they had was today dropped from the army .

and ,most complete mill plants in the destruction of Mr. E. L. Car- A letter from Mr. and Mrs. Josh C. : raised the required amount roll as a deserter, having been absent 4' -- --- I

the country. He had the misfortune ney's house furniture and books, theJ. Geiger, of West Tisbury, Mass.. says I j In the mean time Mr,. Carnegie had without leave for three months. His FIGHTING JOE" MEMORY

_; V to lose his old mill about one half L. Carney Homestead, which was I they are fixing to move back to Marion instituted'a quiet,investigation throughhis exact whereabouts are not known to Memorial in Honor- of Dea4f I

mile' west of his new mill on Tuesday occupied by Mr. John L. Carney jr.; county their old birth place. They j secretary and when he was notified the military authorities, but steps have j Held in Atlanta Last
morning from wood's fire getting Mrs. J. H. Hill's place, which have been away from here ,three.years j that the congregation was wait- been taken to locate him and have him
Members of Camp A YYhe!?|}
V into the rubbish and communicated was occupied by Mr. Bradford and their old friends will accord them a : ing for his check he wrote to the dea- placed in the custody of the Mexican j
I Cavalry-Corporal Tannu"jPresident.
V under a strong wind to his mill house, I. Caldwell; and_ two barns belonging to ,, hearty welcome back. cons, that he had found that the congregation authorities. The department of the .

,:V burning same with stables. and two CoL: Burnbam. I was too small for a J1.000 state through Its representative in -|....
I Special to the Ocala Banner.
horses two dwellings,. basket- house, The fire was caused from the burning Mr. J. :B. Borlanc. of Ct-!. organ. He expressed the opinion thata the City of Mexico, has arranged the Atlanta 28.The11k
shops?., also about 30 tons of fer of the woods and as the winds was a guest at the Ocala House $500 organ would be sufficient and i I preliminaries for the extradition of "'
memorial in honor of "FlghUXIg'Wheeler i|
tilizer., were so high great velocity was givento Wednesday and in a conversa- and added thatinasmueh as they had I the offender and the department ''of
V .V The new Epworth League organ recently the flames which swept everything tion with a reporter of this pa- alreaady raised that amount they did justice will bring him before the civil arranged by the
Camp A Wheeler's ft
purchased for the Methodist before them. There was no insuranceon per, he spoke hopefully of the orange j I not need his assistance. Although j courts of Texas for triaL Confederate
airy will be Grand
at the
church has been received. and was any of the buildings. outlook for Florida for the coming sea- I greatly disappointed the deacons of Millinery Opening. *<3
used last in In connection with the destructionof son and especially of the House this evening. It promises J
Sunday regular Cervices, so groves the. church have not quite given up all -
V / one of the o&]
s giving entire satisfaction and winning the old John L. Carney home the around Citra. He estimates the Cit hope of obtaining help from Mr. Car- Mrs. Minnie Bostick announces to largest memorial "

many words of commendation on following note from Tuesday's Tampa ra crop at 50,000 boxes and the crop negie. They have delegated Mr.. Henry the ladles'of Ocala and vicinity that tons ever held here and wit pun

V ...count of its sweet tone. Times will be tead with Interest: of the state at 4500.000 boxes. He says Siebracht a member of the congregation she will have her spring opening Wed- more than a v mere local clihi... .,
I Hundreds .
of Ye
-- The party who have been the guests that those groves at Citra that have who is personally well acquainted nesday and Thursday March 7 and 8. V Confederate

V V / .Jghts of Pythias at Mcintosh. of Mr. and Mrs. W. B. Gray'' for the received the proper care are growing, I I with Mr. Carnegie to call She.believes her styles will meet the from all parts of Georgia amI! t

V V.i ... -- past few days at the old Carney homestead | splendidly,. .. and will .soon again give ( I on him and induce him ,to reconsiderhis approval of all ladies of taste as her southern states are here to p.ttena,, 1

: i'n following Knights of Pythias"r on Lake Weir Mrs. Gray's old I cnra- the reputation that she achieved I j decision. goods were selected with studious t'r. celebration. There are also many tf. I
.-. :.bers .of the Ocala lodge, were at home consisting of Messrs. McClellanand when orange growing was in its In- and by experienced persons.------ -- 'dreds of Union veterans who -.

,.i. .Intosh ,Tuesday night to assist In Turnley and :Messrs. 'M. W. Car- fancy. Mr. Borland's grove consistsof The ,Georgia Peach Growers. All are invited. to be come here to attend the annual

...organizing a K. of P. lodge at that ruth C. E. Ball and C. C. Woodward. about 100 acres. The Hells grove days named. The most present on the vention of the Blue and the,; (

'- V : pretty. little town viz: Mr. T. J. Owen, returned Monday night with their contains about 150 acres. 3Ir. C. WI The peache growers of Georgia and treatment is promised. courteous which is being held here today,' '

D. D. G. C., Messrs. T. E. Biggs, Jake host and hostess to Tampa. The : White's groves. at Citra and In the some other southern states for some programme for the celebration

I Brown J. G. Furgeson W. W. Stripling party enjoyed to the fullest the hospitality -. Commander hammock nearby number days past have ben watching the Mr. Harry P. Johnson, of Asheville. evening includes addresses "br-l*. t

C. L. Sistrunk and. Baxter Cam. dispensed for their benefit and about 250: acres and there are quite a thermometer with ftar1 and trembling. N. C.. Is a 'guest at the Ocala. House. .poral James Tanner, comman f t-

: V A flourishing lodge has now been star- were deeply Impressed with the nat- number of smaller groves there containing Peach g.owing in the South h.ill bf- Mr.' Johnson owns valuable phosphate I chief of the Grand Army of theJ (

'ted at that place and the visitors from ural beauties of the Carney home. from 20 to 60 acres. The or- come a large industry and a ?:re.it lands in this section of the state and public and by General Stephen Rj I

)Cala' were treated most courteously Standing on the south end of Lake ange shipments from Citra in a very many people are dependent upon it fcr is here looking after his business in- commander in chief of the UJ. $

V and enjoyed their brief stay there very Weir on an eminence fully fifty feet few years will perhaps, reach as lany a livelihood and a freeze will be disastrous terests. Confederate Veterans. f

: much. V above the level of the water the view as a million boxes, if no serious disasters indeed. Roosevelt had been invited total; \.

of the lake js entirely uninterrupted occur. We hope that they have been as f>r- The famous Buster ent, but was compelled to 4eciln tIng
Hon. J Warren Keiffer has, been and when In addition to this it is stat- tunate as the Florida orange growers Ribbon Shoes for Blue to the pressure of business !%c y
.V:: ,'resurected,..from the tomb and return- ed that the residence is entirely sur- Still Another Big Land Deal; and the bloom has escaped destruction. the Fair Store. girls at nectlon with important lesislatioDot

ed to Congress. He thinks the civil rounded Ty a luxurious growth of hic- x before congress.

_z : war has just ended and wants the ory, magnolias, oaks and other fine The Whipsell A Irwin, real estate V --! f;

; .> south to go through another process trees In which the squirrels are allow- firm of Jacksonville a few ilays ago II

V of reconstruction. The distinguished : ed to play unmolested the beauty of.. sold to the Grang r-Lewls-Rentz- uk
gentleman should form a co-partner- the scene can better be imagined than I Laird Company of Savannah Georgia,

Hp with the Rev. Thomas Dixon, jr., described. one of the largest lumber firms t in that We Must I

.t and star the country. The property is now in the hands of state 11,000 acres of .fine timber land Have Room h

: the Carney Investment company and In this county near Silver Springs for ttLJ
Jacksonville Is Indeed fortunate this under the management of John Carneyis 50000.

V season. .She Is -to have three very being rapIdly developed, the company Three months ago Whispell & Irwin 1

splendid attractions during March. Qn now having 160 acres in orange sold the Granger-Lewis-Rentz Company -
the fourteenth Madame Sarah Bern- I groves, a large part of which are In 41,000 acres and a sawmill ad- ON ACCOUNT OF, V V V ...> IiS

:V V hardt the great French actress will : bearing and giving signs of having a joining the property sold last Satur- V V V : .., ;> V ,;,;""- ,
: appear at the : .co' ::::' "_:' =:f;.
V V skating rink on March tremendous crop this year. day. : THE DAILY ARRIVALV ; : ;_<. ,.:' hItr
.the twentieth, Nordica the "Queen of The time was very pleasantly spent 1

: Bong," with her concert company, will by the party In enjoying the excellent Land Office Abolished. OF OUR BIG LINE OF V isto

sing at the skating rink; on March fishing and hunting in the vicinity of Special to the Ocala Banner. V ']

the twenty-first at the Duval Opera the estate ,and the visitors attributethe Sidney, Neb., Feb. 28.-The United 11

V House Alice Neilson, an dher excel- pleasure of much of their outdoor States Land Office in this city was lKt'e

lent company will ap| ar in light op enjoyment to Mr. Carney and their: abolished today and the work oj the office .

V V era. old friend Dick Christian, who is will be handled by the land Early Vt8I

4-.. stopping with hIDoctors office at North Platte .Neb. At onetime Spring Goods l lt ()
J Orange
V growers were beginning to the local office did considerable ,1>i'
V ; feel blue in spots Wednesday morning are Puzzled. business but during the last five or .L.
_i. V ,imt In the afternoon the wind shifted The remarkable recovery of Ken- ten
years the amount of business
neth Mclver of Vancesboro Me. ::
Is t
from: the cold quarter and they' Immediately subject of much Interest to the medical transacted"h re 'showed a steady decrease e,
i began to feel better. fraternity and a wide circle of : he11e
finally Induced the
friends. He says of his case: "Owing gov- V V
., to severe inflammation of the throat ernme'nt to discontinue the office. V WE ARE SELLING.' ,. V <,-
i : V VV 1 Mrs. Claude Nix of Kendrlck formerly and congestion of the tags three ic- f- VVV .. ', V V V VV "V iJat
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; doctors to OUR ..
Miss Julia Tydings of this city, gave me up die. when, as a ENTIRE STOCK VVV '" V
E V last resort, I was induced to try Dr. For an Impaired Appetite V '
: Is here 'attending the Sunday school King's ;New Discovery and I am hap. Loss of appetite always results from OF WINTER 4"1
:V workers conference. py to say it saved my life." 'Cures faulty digestion. :All that is needed V GOODSAT '-dhtb.
the forst coughs colds bronchitis is a few doses of Chamberlain's Stom-
r _:_ ... ,
: silltis weak lungs hoarseness and la ach and Liver Tablets. They will Invigorate ACTUAL COST.THE .
T Gov. Broward has appointed ,J. c., grippe. Guaranteeed at Tydings & the stomach strengthen the 7,.
V: V Co.'s druggists. 50c. and $LOO. Trial digestion and give you an appetite
: Live 'Oak
Balsden of a member of like : :WIe
V bottle free. m a These tablets also act
V V : ,the Board of Control to succeed Hon. -- as a gentle laxative. For sale by all t

V :jV V .Nathaniel' Adams, who recently re- Mr. Robert Holly of Connor oie of druggists. V m BOSTON BUtt

: signed. the "old timers" and a STORE
V" prosperous The fact that we have a pardoningboard t
V -""'" -i.4 VV farmer was a visitor to ,'OcaIa Wed-
V reflects the Christianity. the .
V V Politicians are now'getting busy. nesday. humanity in our institutions. / r

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0,,,-" ...-->, ., the THE LAST CHARGE. 'A STOR/OF DEVOTION Flowers for Judge Bullock.

secure biggest 4 _._ 1 l DAVID S WOODROW / :
of fertil- ,
crops corn, Sheridan's. Story, of the End of the The following story of a brother's Judge .Bullock of, Ocala.." after having .

I izers must be used War at. Appomattox. devotion comes to us from Texas: presided at the Wilder murder REAL EStATE. '"t.

:,,'< '- : ---- "Hon. John M. Pinckney was never .,',
'Iff Apply at least 500' trial has departed for his home at .
y. Beyond In a low valley (pear Appomattox married.
acrwith Ocala. Judge Bullock who is one of Room 12 Postoffice Block Ocah. Fla]
to'the ,
hd5 court house,after my flank "His entire life, however, has been

cent. nitrogen, 8 per;" movement) lay Lee and the remnant a life of devotion. He has worship the ablest Circuit Judges In the South.
3 yer ped at the shrine of his sister. The won much praise from the legal fraternity .
available phosphoric of his army. There did not appear to .". ='"'" '-, -
f't affection between Miss Sue Pinckney and court officials for his businesslike s
be much e, *>
organization In the .
POT I and John M. most precise manner in conducting -
d,9 Per cent. ASH. Pinckney was ex- '
troops, under General Gordon, the hearing.-Tampa Tribune. -. :<
I i traordinary. Miss Pinckney is a writer ZEdUTTPgOPERTY ON PUBLIC SQUARE. %- '..
POTASH is a most Impor- whom we had been fighting and a rearguard ,<. ,'
If of no mean ability having been a j ''-
ifnf factor in corn culture. I General Longstreet, still fur- contributor on more than one occasionto Judge' Bullock in the circuit court I -:. fc* ''"6 :
: ther up the valley.Formations The two story brick house on this property; must be, retuovej and It "';
struck a keynote when he declared
the local She is the author "
*:0ur, practical books for o were immediately be- press. will be sold cheap as it stands.T he corner lot with 35 feet frontage on :,''if
of "Douglas. Tender and True" a that time was not an element in the ,
for the gun to make a bold the public square Is still unsold. .' '
sweeping charge
firmers: are yours story of life before and during the civil trial of the Wilders. Much had been : -
down the grassy slope when an aide- said on both sides about saving time I
war, which has been in
[ -no cost or obligation published .
asking: de-camp from Custer. filled with ex-
book form. She is a Christian who when he announced that the court did
of any sort, and a vast citement hat in hand dashed up tome not consider: the question of time at '
says: "Our Father which art in Heav- ZEBUTT PROPERTY ON MAGNOLIA ST. and NORTH FIRST ST :
invaluable information with the messaage from his chief: all as compared with the necessity fora
[fund of en' reverently confidingly and sincere :
"Lee"has ,surrendered! Do not charge full fair and complete investigationof
Iy. She has no more doubt of her
in them. the white flag Is ,up!" Orders were faith than of the sun. The writer all the facts in the case and that The North west corner lot 29 feet facing Magnolia' street and 84 feet

given to complete the formation but could on North First street. facing the Government Public Building site is still
the court just as easy devote
has heard Judge T. S. Reese who was
Ah***. GERMAN KAU WORKS. not to charge. for such unsold. also the lot immediately south of it 28 feet by 84 .feet
thirty days a as
Yflfk-93 Nut** Street: or the district judge while the subjectof purpose

I I;V"AttaaU., (U.-22X So., Broad Street. Looking to the left to Appomattox this sketch was district attorney, three or i ur. Su h evident sincere I '' '0 '
.2 -
.'-' courthouse a large group was seen and who is now assistant attorney intention to get at the facts Is something -- '. ,'L'- : ., (" ." :"

About Draining the Everglades. near by the lines of Confederate that will be and :
appreciated ;
I general, say that he thought he wasa ;
I troops that had fallen back to the OCKLlIWAHAAVEHUE. : :
I good husband, that during the time highly commended by the people gen i .

"A: prophet is not without honor, i point. General Custer had not comeback he was district judge of the twenty erally, lor unfortunately It Is too frequently -,

;his own country and in hi.t. and supposing that he was the case that time is made the I
[saw'-ia third judicial district when he was I The lot known as the Philbrick lot on the south side of this avtnue

t/ ,, othM "Newspaper notoriety with the group $t the courthouse, I away from home he used to wiIte and sole object of a trial In some courts 'between the residence of Mrs. Austin and Mr. T. B. Snyder Is for' sale-
moved on a gallop down the narrow
1iiwor; ,men famous than their receive letters from Mrs. Reese every in the d.-Tampa Herald. This is a large lot having 140 feet frontage'and being 244 feet deep and b' -
ridge followed by staff.-- The
d'ed3.'o When the slow my few days, but that during the entire well above the level of'the street '.. '. -
going .
; : court house
was perhaps
threequarters time that he and John Pinckney traveled The Globe desires to cast a bouquetat
tIe ot.Osceola county woke up last of a mile distant. We had not r the feet of 'Judge Bullock of Ocala' -
the district together there was ..
;a rXt['t und that.a "famous, worldIengineer" gone far before a heavy fire was I i never a day passed but that John and to express its. admiration for. the RETAIL PRICE LIST OF

opened on, us from a sktrt. of timber brilliant address he, made to the juryIn ,' .
rf 1fn had lived. in their Pinckney received a letter'trom Miss '
Jt. to the right and, distant not much Sue orderlng'them to bring In a verdict WHISKIES WINES BEER, AND MALT.
m4Vt..Ior over twenty years ,and had over three hundreds yardsI halt- Pinckney and every day a train yesterday.' ". ,
carried out of the' town where they
g o quIeuy: about hls J< business of, ed for a moment and' taaking off my were holding court a letter from John As a' monument of law. common- .

..1aI! 1g' poultry hogs and potatoes, hat called out that the' flag was being sense and diction is stands as a perIshable PREPAID. Bulk ,
L Pinckney to her.' It mattered ,not how SmfiSS goods-Jugs free-Not prepaid, .

ii' had. sot told even his most inti- .. violated but could not stop the busy they were this rule was inflexi but noble tribute to a mind Full Q1. Measure--........ of Qts 6 Qts. u Qta. Si.fo per gallon. Rye.Gia.Co.n. Good Grde

m&Ieuds, that he was a "world,reIedengIneer. -, firing which now, caused, us all to ble. of more than ordinary legal erudi. Hunting Club Rye ....... ...., $3 65 $4. 00, $7 oo 5 ,$zoo per gallon. .
Nelson County Rye____. 2 90 25
DO ." or that he knew, the take, shelter in a ravine running parallel Monogram Rye..__.. 5 20 460 BOO ,Rye.Gin,Cora,Rnm Pine finality$ .SOptt gal.'
"The night that Judge Pinckneywas tion.As HanneV'44" Rye.._.... 3 75 S 00 9 So Rye,Gin.Corn, Kom- Best for the men" :
theodolite and
difference between a a I to the bridge we 'were on and nominated for congress in Hous- a principle the Globe does not Social Drops... h_ __?. 450 transit,.then' we, all realized the truth down which we had traveled. As we believe judges should have the powerto Malt Whiskey............ ..._ 3 75 500 9 SO ".." Rye Peach and apple brandy. Mellowe
ton he boarded the first train home. Peach Brandy__ ___ 3 75 i 00 9 5 0 by age. $ .oo per gal. ".
ol.1 fbe above quotation ,and hastened : 'approached! the courthouse a gentle The news had already been telegraph. order juries to bring in any kind pole Brandy___-_ SB 500 950 .Victoria Rye, Social Drops Rye Medical qua tit,
Holland Gm.T....._ 4 2S 7 S '
to congratulate Captain Maling on the ascent had to be made. I was in advance ed ahead and the town was lurid with of verdicts and It believes that the Geneva Gin ?,,.?.. .._.... 375z S 00 9 5 LBMP ST. LOUIS BEER.. Per to.Palstaff .

honors thrust upon him by 'a Jackson- I followed by a sergeant carry- power exercised by the court over the North Carolina Corn_ : 65 400 ? 00 ...... _._ 1 ---1* 13 .
bonfires. A band was at the depot to Mountain Corn ...__...._ S 00 9 SO Extra Pale... __.._.____...... I -.
villa paper and so quickly followed, bye ing my battle flag. Within 100 to 150 : meet him and when the familiar formof minds of the jurymen in ,this way Jamacia Rum __- a3H 4 25 7 SO Standard ______ _.... J ..
which went one Medford Rum__...__..,375 500 95 Malt extra dark ...: ...._.,........_ J'" -
e ia'St_ Augustine yards from the- court house and Confederate the nominee descended the steps could be-aye, has been-preverted to I Grape Brandy.._ ...._.. 375 500 950 Cohurger, imported.........___ ... t .
better.: The writer of this is not a. lines some of the men in their the wrong uses. King of Kentucky Burborn.. 3 75 500 9 So BassAle.piuts... .... .__...... ___ a V t
air with shouts. He did
was rent
uinness'Stout. .. ___ .
G pints ; I
Allowed all Goods of Same .n.
oted engineer" or "an expert of their to -in this instance the Assortment on
!'J ranks brought down guns an not heed theme however, for he saw Yet, ; charge was .
worldwide fame:! but he has etudled I aim on us and great effort was made by advancing towards him the familiar In accordance with .the evidence introduced Pre Prices by the barrel on appllcrtlos!

tW' question of the drainage of the their officers to keep them from firing.I form of one who had for years been and it is a pleasure listento .

[Srerglades for a number of years- halted, and hearing some noise from his comforter and his companion. It words of legal lore and of 'condemnation -

yean'''before Governor Broward. ever I I behind turned in the saddle ,and sawa was, the form of his sister. Though her i against violators of the HANNE BRO i

thought of ,that 'question and he has Confederate soldier attempting, to figure was bent with the weight of law, falling from the lips of any judgein

i arrived. at quite different conclusions take my little flag from the color years and her face was not in the such ringing and logical sequence, 346.1$S West Adams St. I Jacksonville Fla :

from-those" reached. by Captain fali bearer.' This the sergeant had no idea | common acceptance of the word beautiful -Tampa Globe. .

and given to the public in an affidavit of submitting to and had drawn his
it was lighted with the love of
In the United States court In saber to cut the man down. A word whom she' knew The Boy Who Works.Do .
one was happy on Harness Co
The Vehicle and
Jacksonville few since. In his '
a days from me caused him to return achelving the ambition of a: lifetime. .

two articles'which I have written for saber and take the flag back to the She was not attired in the latest Parisian you feel, young fellow, that you

f, Engineering' News of New York !staff officers,' who were some distance garb. but on her head rested a have a hard 'time? Your hours are Cor. Forsyth and Cedar St.
I II .
hare tfren my ideas of the practlca- behind. I remained! stationary a 'moment plain white. sunbonnet. To John. long. Your task is hard and the -- JCKSO\VILLE, FLORIDA. .

:bill; ::;', of the drainage of these lands. dAter these events; then. call- Pinckney, however the face was radiantly -.,I wages small. The contents of your !

.Jn"! 4 have talked with ,a number of-men ing an officer directed him to go over beautiful and when they met weekly pay envelope will scarcely I

,who hare known .to be engineers and to the group of Confederate oflcers he grasped her in'his arms and show- carry ;you over the week. Sometimes I Dealers in Wagons, Buggies, Carriages, Surreys, .

not one has ever expressed, a doubt' and demand what such conduct meant. ered kisses upon her brow.<<, It was you must wear patched trousers or a Road Carts, Harness, Saddles, Lap Robes, Etc. .

but what the Everglades could bedrained. Kind apologies were made and we ad- the happiest moment of his lifetime frayed coat. Your employer expectsa

Tls true not one of them vanced. The superior officers m t and the onlookers stood jack and a great deal from you. Other fellows LARGEST CONCERN IN THE STATE AND LOWEST PRICE -

:tief suggested cutting a canal 150 were General John B. Gordon 'and silence reigned over the crowd that a dress well; and always have money. -

feet wide, as Captain Maling suggests General Cadmus M. Wilcox the few moments before had been tumult- I They have coddling fathers and moth- .

.a- would! cut several smaller canals I later v an old army officer. As uously applauding. More than one ers while.you toil six days a week to ______!- -

.:*nd from each one of these smaller soon as the first greeting was over a eye wa \ 'et with tears of sympathetic make a* living.
Jfaaals laterals would extenJ until th< !:I furious firing began in front of our joy. Never mind young man. You are
:whole, of the Everglades was a in-t-I! own cayalry from whom we had onlya -He once said: "I -owe more to my ahead of the boy who has every luxury EUREKA WINE & LIQUOR ,CO. ,

:Work of canals used not only for I few minutes before separated. General sister than can ever expressed and the at home. You are getting experience The Great Southern Mall Order House.J .

'dral.nage. but for seemed to be somewhat that he must,get somehow later .
transportation aselL Gordon ambition of my life is to so live thatI -

>;;*-' Captafn Maling. says that 1J :\\\-- 'I' disconcerted by it. I remarked to will be .worthy of her affection. on. Because sooner or later he must EXPRESS PREPAID. Full Quart Measure.

'rlngLake. .Okechobee four feet would \ him "General Gordon. your men fired Houston Chronicle. I fight the real battle of life himself. Per Four Six Per
or I
reduce ,its area about 'one-halt.-E"- I on me as I was coming over here and And you have the advantage. While Cillen Quarts Quarts CalC .-
f> Hatchett'. Pri..le St..c __ -.__.__-._ $4 00 $4 00 S6 00 '12 GO -
Jer testimony. undoubtedly they have done the same Marvelous Wealth of Texas.It life has been made easy. for him he Hatchett',ThaL's Whiskey: _"'__"'__' 450 460 6,. 13Hatchett's ,
From amiBandings Cust r's commands. I lacks drill and discipline'which every OldRyc... ..__.._..:....... ... '. ._ 330 3:10 4 fit ,60 .
| our own observation* Merrit's and .
: to Eureka N C.Apple BraDdy'. .._ ...._ ." 4'7'1 47S 701 J400
: j sfiould say it might reduce 'We might just as welt 'let them fightIt is quite possible that the well- life-soldier must go through. You are N C. Apple Brandy...__... '___"'___ 325 3 J5 48S 970 :-
Eureka Malt ... _.. .......n.A. ,....... 4 00 400 600 U GO .
.. ,Its area between one-twf-ntietn out." To this proposition General known but as yet undeveloped 0 iron preparing yourself. He may go in Eureka tr. C. Peach Brandy...__ _____ 47S 475 700 14 00
and accede I then asked: without preparation and fail. N C. Peaah randy __... _.:......n_ 32 32 485 970
one.forUeth.-ordinary tet'nvmj.He Gordon did not ores -of Texas, will some day make that Eureka N. C. CTfl __,..__ ... ____,_ 0'___ '3 as 3 35 48S 910'
.: also says that the deepejt waterhe "Why not send a staff officer and have state rank as one of the world's metallurgical Work is a great blessing You can- Eureka N. C. Cora.XX ..__.- -. ......-.. 3)0 oo 460 900 -
Eureka N. Co Corn, XXX. ...... _,__. _.__ 2 7S a 705 4 IS 83DHureka -
: found was about twelve feet. (K\- your people cease tiring:? They are centers. With but a traction not see now but some day you will N. C. Corn. XXXX.-:.......__..._.._.0 2,0 :50 375 75 o .
i "1 have fortunate In Old Crow Bourbon.._ ...._..._ .. 4 SO 4 SO 675 13 S6
TJOT' Broward Jer-\in Hag! He said; say that you were your --
ex-Governor. the .
violating of its area yet, given to grain it is __.. ._ ,
Sunny Brook Rye... ..._.__.., ..._ Zis 37 565 1130
jJaptaln Rose Attorney General Ellis\ no staff officer to send." I replied: producing nearly 200000.000 bushels a boyhood days because you were compelled Sunny Brook Sour Mash .__,...__'_--' 3 :'5 :i 75 S 6s 11 30 -
F..cho sDring".. ...__...._..______ --- 4 SO 4 6s 690 n 75 -
'and State Treasurer Knott say tat they "I will let you have one of mine. and year of wheat. corn and other grains. to'work. Because you cannot Silk Yelvet....__ _._ _.. ...-..,. S 00 S 25 7 liS 1510Oakaud
Bonded the lake for forty mile* andlo.u calling for Lieutenant Vanderbilt Al- With an area of 263,000 square miles get power to do things save by doing __, _. \,.. __- 375 400 600 ..00

.,. d fifteen to eighteen feet of water len I directed him to report to Gen- or in round figures 170,000,000 acres them. Look over the successful men Gin From $2.50 to >3 50 per Gallon Delivered

' itbia a, half] mile of shore near: al! j eral Gordon and carry his orders. The it fs on 15,000,000 acres annually you know. Get their history. Nearly Save twelve label*ot Hatchett's Private Sto-k and secure a bottle free. Save twelve t
1< labels of Hatchett's Old Rye and secure a bottle free, Save twelve tables of Hatchett's
j he wiAs Lake Okeechobee neverCaries orders were to go to General Gary growing nearly $300,000,000 worth of every one was compelled to work in That's Whiskey and secure a bottle free. Save twelve labels of Eureka N C. :
brigade toughened their bottle free. Save twelve lables of N, C Ipple Brand aud f ecu reo'e '
Incommand of a small bojhood. They muscles Corn and secure a
much With less
over a foot between exJreme who was agricultural products. ,
and bottle free. Price of
I j bottle free. Save twelve labels of Eureka Malt secure one -
low water and extreme MsnJater of South Carolina cavalry ,and' I II I one-tenth of its area under cultivation by hard work and sharpened all goods bought at comp nY'i8 More are 70c per gallon Ins than when delivered No -
i charge for Uf boles or dray ge. All of ray bottles are full measure. A1 standard
; we,must that GovernorjBro him to discontinue the firing. amount small that it their" brains by looking out for them- ] for All
presume ask -an so brands? whi ties oM over my bar at toe per dJink-lo from i 5 leaves y you
ward.-and his party were mistaken, .Lieut Allen dashed off with the mes- might be CUl off from one side of the selves. wines; quoted on application We also carry sizes cheaper desired.liquors than refunded thot-e quoted
Sr--cial p ices on large quantities; packed any Money goods
H thejr .measurements. We wh" are I! sage but on delivering- it to General state without being missed by the Work mal>s men. Luck usually satisfactory. .

d to-sitting around a "lightw o.l I Gary was taken prisoner. with the people of the other side,-with a pop- fails. Pluck nearly always wins. To EUREKA WINE AND LIQUOR COMPANY -

t'- 'ot fire" luti'31d. from that officer that he did of succeed in anything one must over- Fla.
realize that the Ever o remark ulation of 3,000,000 though capable ,35 W Bay St. Jacksonville

never be reclaimed beca sa its I not care for white flags, that South easily supporting 50,000,000; with a come obstacles.; Force and fiber are :..'t.r! .--- -_ (I l ,', "f "'iIf" ..... I

jiving no timber would forever h? a Carolinians never surrendered. variety of soils suitable for every crop built by hardships. Grit Is as neces- J

pw' ,tIts I settlement. Havnjjjno' I It was about this time that Merritt from that of the tropics to that of sary in the making of a man as gump- -- -. ---. -,- ,- -- ------

ijTled Kansas$. to by keep burning warm cornstalks in a blizzard we know in t getting trecherous Impatient firing ordered at the a charge supposed of the higher; with great altitudes water of powers the temperatezone yet unutilized -I I tion.icaps.Hardships Often they are are not helps.always You hand-will ""r"r"'r"r"'r""t"r""r"r"" " ," ," " '! ,," " "' -

,'h1 Kansas is"such a desolate a portion of his command. While Gen ; with a wealth of mineral resources understand this better In 20 years. -- --

fF4)Psaken mortgage-ridden. stat erals Gordon and Wilcox were engaged that baffles description; witha Meantime permit one who has lived

l1a.s, nii timber for firewood and ; in conversation with me a cloud beauty of mountain scenery of whi h that 20 years and more to advise y u Cold Storage .

*farmers have to live in marble- I of dust a loud hurrah. flashing of ,{ but little is yet known by the worldat in this.-Valdosta Times. .' .' .

Is flm'ed brick houses because lumber I' sabers indicated a charge and the large; Texas may well claim the -- '>

jJK| >'1 bigh.J9flesUy1 I ejaculations of my staff officers were world's attention.-American Monthly Change in the Florida Plumbing and, .

t-onclusion. we are led i I,heard: "Look! Merritt has ordered a Review of Reviews.A i Electric Company.Mr. Of Meats .: ..( L LP

k?Relieve that some bright kid re- I charge." The flight of Gary's brigade I IWA W.V.. Condon has purchased F, ., :!': "-, .3
Allen was '
1Mrter:'aught s.mne one ,in a reminist followed; Lieutenant Little Shy in Places. : :
t! mood and was led to believe that released the last gun had been fired NTED-Big.broad-minded men Mr. Bruce Campbell's interest In the :" .
Announce the public ,
I beg'to to j : 3
l charge made in the Virginia benches-Ocala han- Electric company ...
and .
< r War took place in the early and the last on our judicial Florida Plumbing -- '; .

an4<< over a hot bottle and a cold I campaign.-Phil Sheridan in ner. and on March 1 assumed, full r '' ',' -
that ready to cure .
1 r--, Rot things somewhat mixed.-S. North American Review Well, we are a little shy of that kin' control of its affair ., we are ': -

1 t. .Upper. in Jacksonville Metropolis. I 0 ----. in some quarters.-Lake City, Inifex.: steadily .-... -' --
..c. Mr. W C. DooUttle, who has beena This company has grown MEATS. We guarantee T'- ::

silent rebuke to the Ocala Han.r I, regular winter visitor to Belleview Utt"rfarch ,1 Peruna will only be since its organization'and is now one -.-. --

oar Railroad Commission contin- for the past eighteen years, was, in sold in licensed barrooms and its devotees of our recognized institutions.Mr. E" satisfaction and solicit your patOcala ;
to saw wood and say nothing. Its Ocala 'Saturday. Notwithstanding the will have to patronize these Cordon is a cautious: jet progressive -_ -

et and best is to summon the SeaJdAIr fact that Mr. Doolittle lost one of the shops or do without It. busIness man and is becomingmore -- ,-- -
county dur- .. :: ronage. :=: -1E
in the
groveS -
?! Line people to show cause .. handsomest Identified with Ocala's -
and more -
Lk! th y should not be compelled to ing our great freeze, our climate baa Mr. John Seller last week shipped 'It.I -- -

ntlnue hauling freight cars in been so soft and balmy since then that another car load of beef cattle to St business life. -

and he he does not regret the day Petersburg via the A. C. L. railroad. The business will be run on the same I :
T: Passenger trains Nos. 7S says : :
since Ice 8
popularly known as the "Shorts" that moved him to become a winter This is the third car in less than a lines that has characterized !t .

while There thirty-nine headin Its organization and will retain its ,< .
** of our state. Incidentally month. were .
ctlve Oak feel a peculiar inter- citizen -' -
the that Is- in the city, :Mr. Doolittle renewed his last week's shipment He declares same working force. '
: right settlement of '
> those subscription for the Banner: for another stock raising is the only thing left We are pjeased to learn that )lr. --H
are anxious to see- Co.
for the farmer until railroad rates Campbell will continue to reside In I fuel I
n time.-Live Oak Democrat year.Tom to
I are adjusted in a. manner to allow him Ocala and .has made arrangements ,
"- I -
ere is a vast difference between Watson praises, the Jacksonville I to ship his products to-the north and j i enter another line of business which '-

an4 .leantry. Sun. east 1 will' be made known*" later. ,'. 1 jI L n jll. : U!UI lit 11:Uf fUHnnU1U1U1U1UluunUluunU1U !- -


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: "' ''''''''''ttr''r''r''ttr'''' '''''' ''' "'r"'fi"'tt'1''! "!"!' '' '' '' ''''! prisoner fisticuff between gathered the up his bellgerants.coat and hat the I THE SEARCH-OF- THE FOUR. Strauss' : t

King Desire, known of old

IN SELF DEFENSE je and, staunching the blood from his ,I Spake unto' his knightiings bold;

r 'wounded with his handkerchief -
?. ; eat pocket 'j I
... -
i-"Gird you stoutly on this day, .
: ran I hastily
: away.
\< A Rural Story x 3g [ Fare ye forth each man his way;
from the tree! and started to town to j
i I

give the alarm. When half way thereI : "His shall be a guerdon bright Riyal Reserve
BY MRS. BEATRICE MAREAN. =:3Auth I Who shall find his king Delight.
met Mr. Allen my brother-in-law
:: ,rof '"Tr -ledles ef Oak Hurst." "Camilla"Won at Last" Etc.SI ::: coming to hunt me to inform me thata "Whether foam or whether Jsle,-

-) -..- ..-..... telegram had just been received Magic 'west: south. and northward go! I

=:=---- == .
4 t which summoned me home to dying then forth fared him four
my Lightly, ,
mother's bedside. Instantly the Gallant knight yore.KnIght

.....iitiitilLILL1IL1t1ILLiIL....................... ....JllJ11J11J11J11J11111J1111l111J11Jll111111Jl1.---------- -.---.---...-....-................ thought flashed into my mind that of Peace and Knight of Arms, OCALA MINING LaBORATORY. ,, .,. :
'If 1 revealed what I had seen, I wouldbe Sir Ambition Lord of Chams P, T. SCHREIBER. 1'-: I
CHAPTER VIII. indictment was read and John, ;
detained witness
at the
as a coroner's -
; Resisting Temptation.. acting under the advice of his counsel For a season wander'd they, Consulting and Analytical Chemist- Member I Io :
inquest and thus be deprived O'er realms, and tropic spray. of the Society.of Chrmicfll Industry. Lou i'
"You don't mean it, John, you don'ti composed of the best legal talent, of (ion ED$. Member of the Ameaican Chem I
administering to mother's last ,
my '
.ay that you: are only playing a joke the state afforded, pleaded "not Then, return'd from wandering.. ical Society. .
earthly moments. So I mentally re-I Knelt and spake each to the king. P. O Sox 703.
mother and myself. Come guIlty :
: .ayour, solved instantly to say nothing :
boy, have done with this foolishness" The only evidence the defence "Mighty: King" the Knight of Peace 1
it:. and an hour later, I, In company Quoth, "Long may you reign in ease! FLA., Oct. 22, 190
Sheriff Adrian could
at length entreated produce, however, was _the
with my sister, and her family was :
.\ p while the mother's sobs burst forth prisoner's spotless character and the 'TIs a vision of rare grace Messrs. Strauss & Co, Wholesale Whisky
aboard the route for New
cars en "
afresh. threats made against his life by the In a magic censer'd place! Merchants Ocala Fla
York. In my subsequent sorrow over ,
"Would to God that It was only a deceased.
Stoutly spake the Knight of Arms:
the death of
moWer and
my my own
; joke father. faltered poor John, "or John, although pale, and apparently Tis but blood-won glory's charms!" Gentlemen.- In accordance with your
serious illness of several weeks duration -

: fiat I- myself had died in the en- feeling his position most keenly, which followed I almost for- "It is rest on heights of fame!" nstructions, I visited {your ManLcufe en

: ranter with Bill Hamilton Instead of was calm and self posLesse& while Sir Ambition did acclaim. ,
got the part-whch I had borne in the
:- beIng apaied to Inflict this awful sorrow his innocence was written upon every the 19th, instant, and personally selected _
targedy. Three days"since I was "Over many a sea of wrath

: upon your hearts. But alas, It lineament .of his expressive face. aroused to a sense of my duty in the Over many a rugged path!". from your stock a sample of j

was not ep, and I repeat I shot and "It will go mighty hard with the
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premises by receiving a. paper sent. Simply spake the Knight of Charms:
Wiled Bill Hamilton. boy, whispered one farmer to "
'TIs a maid in loving arms!
me from Mount Olivette by my sister ,
"Oh! my boy my boy" cried Mrs. as the trial proceeded. "Strauss'Roynl l Reserve"whisky
who had returned containing a .
the 'Thou best
Quoth king: speakest ,
Adrian starting, to her feet and staggering "Mighty hard" Major Jones! "
det.ailedaccount of the murder and On thine head the guerdon rest!
toward her son. "My boy, how mighty hard. It will be a murder in -ALBERT IRVING MASON. the I
.4 I naming the day when John Lorimer analysis o which shows it to
; could you have done this awful deed? I the second degree at least,' was the WI' I ,
would be placed upon trial for wilful Mr. B. E. Raysor returned Saturday contain
Mr fi&r warm-hearted boy who never whispered rejoinder.
t murder. The same dL.y I toolt.p .s- from a trip to his melon and cantaloupe I-
in his life harmed a fiuman being "Such a ylty IS? the pea fallow; nags tar Haunt Olivette and Alcohol (by weight), per cent.. . 36.66
1 or caused his mother a moment's sor and it will nigh about kill his moth fields near Albany and. Dawson Alcohol (by v91Jmer) per cent.. r. .u43.6 I
.. thankful am I that I airived in timeto
Ga. He is well pleased with the out-
: row. Can it be possible that he now er. give evidence Degree proof-per cent; . . . 87.10
to _
-- my as the facts look for .
lands before her a murderer. Oh. "Yes, and the sheriff, too', for John in the case.' big crops.oi Residue on evaporation, p cent. .. -.: _0.660:

?; John, whatever led you to do this terrible I was the very apple of his eye. Just r. Se mour's evidence fell "like Ash, per cent . . . . !.. u.Oll '

r thing?", and she threw herself |'see how broken he looks-:-one would a bomb shell upon the crowd which Reducing sugar, per cent. . . 0.25

.2: upon her son's breast and burst into think that he was just out of bed burst Into loud cheers when his testimony Kimball Volatile acids, per cent . . ?. 0.027

'T storm of moans and lamentations from a severe illness.' was finished, and was only- Amyl alcohol (fusel 'oil), per cent. 0.073 4j

: while the sheriff sat down and burled And thus the' whispered comments
: brought to rder"by the Judge thun- 'The above results show the
whisky bea
Us face in his hands. passed from one pair of lips to an- OrgansDirect
dering forth:
: The boy wound his arms around the other, while things did, indeed, look carefully blended brand of high grade
"Silence! Bailiff, "if this noiseis ,
form of his weeping mother and for dark for the young prisoner. from Factory
repeated arrest the whole crowd for and that it has been distilled 'from clean
a few moments silently mingled his The arguments In the case had at a pure gTaIB..4
tears with hers and then said tenderS been finished, the evidence summoned.up contempt of court. This conduct is !L. 11 WHOLESALE The amount' of fusel_.oil and of volatile acids is very low. 'J

: most reprehensible and an insult to PRICES .
: and the judge rose to chargethe -
S the court sir." I On monthly payments '"
-; "Come and hOT down mother and 1 jury when there 'was a lively 14'4 F.. T. ScHREIBER ChenI
Mr. Seymour ;
was ; questioned and ,
will tell you all about It." commotion heard at the outer door I' .50 Monthly or I
cross questioned by the attorneys for ,'f 2 $quarterly .1'
; I He led her'to the bed, placed her of the court room:, and Robert Allen r upwards.
the prosecution but his testimony
upon it and drew the bed clothes carefully almost breathless with the haste in I You can how buy the famous Kim- -

"- over her. ,Then kneeling beside which he came, walked briskly up remained unbroken. ball Organs. or the reliable Great FOUR! FULL 'QUITS $3.50 EXPRESS PREPAID .

The judge arose again to chargethe Western Organs direct from the makers eo-
her he told the. whole story of Bill the aisle, tho cynosure of all eyes, at wholesale factory prices. We .
jury and It is very safe to, sur- I
Hamilton's unprovoked, attack and and. approaching where the prisoner's will send them to reliable people.. any.*

death. counsel sat, held a brief whispered mise that his words were very materially where in .the United States-to be paid '

changed from what they would for on extremely easy payment plan- / .
: t "But mother, darling I killed him consultation with hfm. have $2.50 monthly and upwards. ... .. i I .

S. in pure self defense. I have no living "May it please your honor," said been before Mr. Seymour's testimony Operating the largest musical instrument -
-' was added to the evidence for factory in the world, em- STRAUSS
; witness to prove that this is so, but the elder attorney, rising to his feet, the defense. ploying the largest capital, buying raw & CQ

; \ you will believe that I have told you and addressing the Judge. the defense material in the largest quantities for
The jury retired and in ten cash the Kimball
minutes System of ..
the truth. will you not.: my mother?" has & uew and important wit- manu- .2:;
had filed back into the facturing and 'distributing free .,;
jury Sole
he pleaded as he pressed the hands of i ness which we beg leave to introduce: from which box through our 200 supply stations, pos- Owners and Distributors. I
the foreman read
: his mother between his own.. to the court." I the tively saves purchasers $20 to $50 on
i verdict first class
: organs.
"Yes. my son, I believe you, and 'Mr: Bailiff, bring the new witness "\Ve the If you haven't antf organ you y want OCALA. FLORIDA !
jury find
though the whole world should adJudge into the court room," roared his honor one, and you want an good one; a ;<
the prisoner at the bar, not guilty." mere prety case,with" no music in itwon't '"
.T you guilty of 'willful murder, I and the officer named, beckoned to Again the do. Secure at once the old \
crown broke Into -
: your, mother will know that you are I Mr; Allen, and together they quitted a wild Reliable Kimball Organ, at prices and ,.,
r cheer and when it had
been silenced very convenient terms.
innocent"'Thank j the
court room.A and the court adjourned John Lorimerwas Send today for our money saving McMillan
'- you a thousand times, dear death like silence fell upon the plan and free catalogue. Brosi}
borne from the ,
mother," he said fervently. "Let the crowd. Sheriff Adrian court room to Under no circumstances can you afford -
paled and the streets the to buy or consider other "
: shoulders of his any organ -
law do with me as it may. I can flushed alternately until J>
while Mrs. Adrian ,enthusiastic friends. you have our money saving
: Southern

: never be wholly miserable as long as appeared to be on the point of swooning *' .. .. proposition Tne most Inexperienced buyers"can Copper Works

: you have faith in me." and John looked toward her with One later I est traderor as thoukh you were here Manufacturers
year a letter
:"You are innocent of willful murder -. loving sympathetic eyes. A few brief : came from I in person, you have our assurance that of Turpentine Sand

I know Mrs. Saint Clair, with whom John had each organ will be selected by an e-
you are, spoke the sheriff -/ agonizing moments passed when this .

who had clothed himself and now officer, accompanied by Mr Aijen and maintained a regular correspondence, I pert.A fine stool and music book free General Metal Worker?!
I offering a position as her business with
each .
tood organ.Write
beside the kneeling boy. ''You a, tall pale young man entered '
manager. today for free catalogue.LutfdenCamptiellSiiiilh .
---- ,
are innovent-then why not slip away room. The latter personage placedhis I 'f<
Mra. Saint Clair bad invested her -
as quietly as you came? The world is hat. which
was heavily laden with Old Stills
money wisely in Florida and Go taken in
owing to exchange for
wide, John the world is new ones.
wide; then crepe upon a table, and at a sign Patdiflg
through the
; why should you throw yourself into from the officer took his place on the a rich phosphate mine having been wire 'vilI country a specialty. Orders by mail ot :
discovered West Bay St.LllIBEll. receive
upon one of the
the clutches of the law when you are witness stand, and after the usual large prompt attention at either of ttSAVANNAH
tracts of wild lands -- --- 'foUcwmg works .
she had purchased -- .
not to
4. blame for taking: that miserable oath had been administered said: S

: .'desperado's life? I will give you all "My name is Charles suddenly found herself a very
., the money you want and you must residence is New York City. From; my wealthy woman. FAYETTEtflLLE: ,' N. C. '

.: go away, for a few years, at least:, un- January until May I was an John carried, the letter to his mother !! JACKSONVILLE FLAM&33&&M&. ,'

: ttl this wretched affair is forgotten." inmate of my sister's :Mrs. I, and stepfather and read it to them, MOBILE, AL!

.' John rose to his feet while his Allen's family who resides in then, looking up from its closel writ- .

: : .. this ten pages, asked simply: ROUGH and _.
1; mother hushed her sobs to listen to town. I had been' sent there ----
: on account "Shall I
I "

.the boy's answer. I of failing health, with a strict accept the offer? ltE sEn iit I.:,,: -l. : .., -""' .c. .....-..-._" ..,. .
1 "Father, I have "Certainly, if you see fit to do so, "r- -.-
given this question Injunction from my physician debarring my son!" his Dry Siding, Flooring and Ceilin
;. long and deliberate thought." he said, me from my studies. Finding It answered In a

reluctantly, "and God voice in which trembled a suspicionof B. Seymour
only knows what a great trial to give up my books I

a' battle I had with the temptation formed a habit of stealing unshed tears as she thought of tld '
: in
: to turn my back forever .L away near parting in store for, her _from, Ocala, Fla.- t
and in -n
.. silence me woods to

'. I upon my parents, my home and my the morning pursue of the them i? unrebuked.On of May -I. her idolized son. I ----.................................. ...................;... ..... ... ... never to return, Wltho&.t; mercury from busIness or ; CODfagloDJ mood 7OI ufJtlllrftd

childhood friends "Goby all means, John, broke in I VIgor 1nIDeral JDlxture; Lou 01)1
rather hal PoaltlvelJ'
than taken eared .
submit i law volume and ; "w stiniula t *"!
: : to the trying wandered i Sheriff Adrian in his heavy voice. "It UciVEK and MACK A } Ia.lottlle Tile DP King Medical Co. Ie aD tDillJtatl' outpeHnmB raa'ae4I1 !
ordeal of standing before away about a mile from town, to a fiStS ot Georgfa for the tres' IS aod ofa,1
fellow is a splendid offer and it wil make a I IJenouaandehrODtCd..ueL Dr, N. K. the fo" af
.my this
: men charged with the place known iDJUtUUO ,1$the
as Boiling I l chief
As Consulting
: worst offense in the calendar of crime. passed the springs I saw'the 1 fine business man out.of you boy. I.,. :!o.I ..: .. 'l.4'.. -'-._-=,--. -- __ .... b1 Our a.ti'uccenln Of emJnl'nt the pbsIeiaoa and iureo Slit'wt:.So be1nI

: prisoner congratulate "... ." ... . .. .. led &restmebjof ehroD1c dIe&NI fI-.arpit
With you. upon good Ir- ; W.Qsebothmedluh1
God's your
help, I put the and i I | __ 4." t delectr1caJa eDde..
temptation Bob Anderson sitting the bank. ...j- .. .. Our omcea Ir,equipped wlrh _..,.
luck a 1 the
: : and by George! I J' Pl1'luic. ta
behind les.X-r.Y101et
me-Sheriff Adrian forget for Not congratulate,I -II r&".and Jo'iDsearan In
.stopping tn converse with them I ", ;:. .. CODtrIvuc baWD IG the fact ever .
Mrs. Saint medical
this moment that Clair, too, for the wise I. mOdern ID profeasioDo uru01t'IiP
you are' my atther went on a'short distance further, and trained every respect, and we employ nore bul the b iI
; and choice she has made in her selection i emcfenl attendants. A1IIiI
do official ed rf'rular11 qual1l1ed >
: your duty,-Ir sir, .am 'climbed up into a large tree which 1 J licensed phsldaDI being In charfe. 6
of "
:your prisoner." a business manager. FUN ERALDIR1CTO e'Ilp101 no ID1sIt&dJnr lIJe.u to t1l
,J stood about six feet from the path So :' ,\ "\ atroU&ge-IIO 0.O. D.',or uDasked for 'cure patteDtit
The John went with his friends' : blth.lnatutlol1o Our 'ature&re-se1IlSJ
mother burled her fare :1 I '
again in leading to the public road. I was not o I tr.: toIID.OOpermontL.med1dne5fflC1Od* f ,
: the pollow. blessings, and a blessing he proved to 1,11 a ; : wegIvOtO"
but her sobs and I eure 1I1tl1111 a iJeOl1led
lamentation's more than tri time.
comfortably .
seated and had REfERENCE
I be td the kind lady who was to S 19. CHRONIC DISE We uccessu11
were silent She happy SES.II y
was opened bok = r:
thanking :
: my when I heard someone -' 3'oijARiED! Inch II I cure dLee'
,.: God for. the greatest joy of a mother's whistling and have an opportunity to prove her gratitude t /lJrP4IJJ Rupture Kidney HYdrocele.and ladd.ef lrJlbles, Rbeumatl:
-heart the j saw the prisoner com to one whose tender kindness Have full .,'(n-k of foftius rae* urlLcUIr! blaeuee, Tamor. sd Praise.. Loueu. etc". and.all I'rIT
I maUgria .
blessing of a noble son ing tow rli where I was siting. Almost and Burial Out riis. Social N K. Kiria M. ?'roee. Throat De&4 and L'JDgs. tr0ublL (arrrhOt:
given 1 0. Diseases
i had sustained her in the most bitter to ; C,4rE' Chronic DIU&lies Of of Kie er
Burinl Womt'
simultaneously I heard the tervi -*>s. \ CONSUl.TUoQ f'rtn'OI.w. VOfl1LUr&1Dcbarg: such IS DICSC!
sound and
; UI .acll
trial of her life. tQodal regudlnr1011J'condJtlon weakxes ot wr'm "
L\: of horses' hoofs coming itt the Embalming to Order : send yea I'1Ir htrature,inclu41ng ffJou are llek (If & Hred.JJ ,:1 esS"1'1'r.te
oPPO- !
: Testimony of an Eye Witness. site To little Olive now a sturdy school LOl\L.ULTATIO Iymptoili blanks for bone ttea'::le-.
direction and saw Bill XAMjNATo AND ___
- *Is he guilty of wilful the girl just-' entering her "teens" John is -. 0 : DR. KING MEDIrSl: CO. i3, 7 AUVICEFItFE
murder or deceased, -. r rcn :
riding to wards the prisoner '- the j .:.: :. l' B H '! Oi
.. was it' jqstifiable homicide emboidiment of mAnly strength l ii
-. ? \

- .,, .. ?:;There was not a person at Mount I he met whom, with he insultIng assaulted, abusive as soon and as. and wisdom, and the friendship formed Jerry Purnett, i --- _- ---, _-__. "Iii .

:: Olivette who had .not asked this upon that dark night within the ------.., -

tion between. the day that ques- threatening language. The prisoner depths of the lonely forest bids fair S. -
It tried Merchant A.
was to
t avoid

:-- :discovered John Lorimer had. voluntarily -I but could a quarrel not with escape the him.deceased to have the no ending roll but to strengthenas i Standley & a''

surrendered himself years onward.
to the Then .
.t otl -r the deceased / .
: sprung from his
cer of the Uw and the day [FINIS.]- Tailoring
set for horse
[ dared the prisoner :
I to fight. ,
his trial two months later. The prisoner ...... .

The day came at length end the I II if he' were armed then;asked deceased the -deceasM declared---- Mr. Alexander McConn. of Sparr,'I Ocala Florida. The Pinnacle) of Human *

;- .take court place room was where packed the with trial was to that he was not; prisoner threw, off j was in Ocala Saturday with a basket Finest Imported and'Domestic -: :? :. ? J\: Has been reach, in our cW

an eager his coat containing fifty dozen These -
and he
hat. when eggs. Cloths. --' .
instantly deceased I
.s '
: buggies

crowd. The prominence < ,
of the'prisoner's ,drew a pistol and began firingat said he had accumulated *, less than \ \\ .and harness. The oi&ar
1;: family, his own youth and hith- the 1 -
Cutting -f
: prisoner. The prisoner, who was two weeks. Mr. McConn has 'an hundred a Specialty they can ever be better Is to yai
erto good :
and the strong I slightly wounded, now drew a pistol Fits Guaranteed ___ \

circumstantial evidence against him. ,:and fired only one shot which hens, which are cared for by his Pinnacle.eJevate. the stand _
took :
ef- .'
_ made. the case one of absorbing Interests feet in mother and they more than supply .. -
the breast even
of then *>
1 deceaSed our M
cash enough far r vehicles will 1j
to the inhabitants of Mount Vernon who fell running the house- | ;; .'
; county. upon hU face. and hold. Like all ther good Citizens, Mr. at the
top. (
Instantly Education They
expired. This had all trans i by Mail are not SO
After considerable difficulty a jury plred'In says he cannot live happily .

was empanelled the prisoner : the space of a very few min- without the Ocala Banner. Ho lentog home n employment to get u. prices' though- as to be out of'',
and -
was before I had time to Interfere or CtiliM only*pr'tin*(tadTlng it born -

--- led in by'his stepfather who took a think that the difficulty was anything Oramaur Eoofceepto,Kbstorte, AriUuneOo,Sdeaeei, Atebr, O ometi7* ,_ $Fvq7. ot. most-Vehicle users. Let 11 sf
HMoryJLaOauMa. '
Buster .0
him Brown Blue Tka .-- >- : .
near and looked- .-
seat very defiantly Taught "
except: a boy's quarrel which 1 .. 'fllllclun skied
would Ribbon Shoes for boys and $o. e1Un3flsL1on&iQyrt orlUlXlNl. you figures.
C at the gaping crowds. The have no _more serious ending than a I I I the Fair Store. girls at tl'ei Addrc 1-.I.IUU :Sral tka X1a.

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VEMENTS Prhe receipts.'of rosins for the week THE FOSTER WEATHER. The Women of Vionn&VV

:: ,:- FUTUES'COMMAND69 CTS. were 8,234 barrels and the posted sales I "' .. L fJroft1hn. t. I
> !;t were --- -i ----- -
.f. 6,' barrels, of which 144 were Special to the Ocala ioFI sPend .
1na Continue j in Excellent Shape.... Pales 481 Banner. CoLHenry Watterson,. R.V D FULWU.J; 'r..: F.BI.ALOCK,
mediums and 6,321 H and .
-: ";Crop will b. Smaller and Prices below. Washington D. C, Feb. 26.-Last Ing the winter in Florida thus writesof FtJI.I.B
:: -a tiieher.f _This; (Saturday), morning spirits bulletin gave forcasts of disturbance I I the women of Vienna: 5bcftIyesIl Im* ts tpcntjn
H OverlTtuiroe& ChambUss Bcc Fin.i thet deyetjjseji-M1f & cnuiry V
{ posted firm at 69 cents, receipts 123, to cross continent 23 to,27, warm wave I "The education of girls In Vienna Is Ocala r10 thL -

"; .Additional Email sales of MayAugnt sales 27. Rosins fu.m. with G and 22 to 26; cool wave ,%5 to March 1.1|I somewhat' peculiar and ,!perhaps worthy I Sowrr. ar end seshata vege In seeds.rTOwIsg
jpliIts futures are reported at 69 below at $4.05, receipts 796, sales 2.- Next disturbance will reach Pacific j( of note. Up to fifteen years of : I D.C D.H.s.4 FERRY*iCODttroft .tr., --

t8, the total to this time' being i 988.-Savannah Stores Review. coast about 26, cross west of Rockies i i age they are kept at their'studies, but ATIORNiT.tAW. I ,

-"f..... (OceIs GUJ- Block.)' M
:;i Ki it twelve hundred casks. The Florida*'Oranges Climbing Up. by close of 27, great central valleys I j I are not deprived of society. They I Ir OCALA .guew. | FLORIDA .

rsa tre all place the facts before 28 to March, 2. eastern states 3. Warm I|j r dress very simple, rarely ever wearinga I t _- I ,

tthelr: customers, but the producers Bring $3.25'a Box-Offerings Light wave will crosswest of Rockies about j j I silk gown until the day they leave I I J M. THOMPSON..=..
I; the school-room for the ball room. -
ll'iJjow little inclination ,to sell futures Dtmand Good. 26-, great central valleys 28, eastern j ter leave school At-I I PhYSICIAN ArfD SURGEON.
j. they they go
___. Office
over Tea-pot
Grocery,Opp Montenant.
Th& factors we not advls- !
10 far. states March 2. Cool wave will cross a year's or even two years' teachingIn I .
Feb. 26.-'Tbe predicted I
in\ them to do so, as a rule, their west of Rockies about March 1, great the pantry and in the kitchen, under I _

[' policy generally being to merely state advance in Florida oranges came true central velleys 3, eastern states 5. ,I some member of the family, or I. SPENCER. m&Mtr

that there are bids on the market at at the close of the market Saturday even In some cases in another family, EDWIN _
Weather energies of March will develop -
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:-wba.tever the price offered may be, nIght. under trained cooks. They may never ATTORNEY-AT-LAW, BANK D

'teaTinr It..to the judgment of the producer ''Most any kind of fair stock will in three disturbances that will be required to cook a dinner, but they OCALA. :-S-y' "LORDJA. $5,000 R. R. Fare Paid. fg11I4

to' decide whether he will accept cross meridian 90 not far from L 15 ::i are thus rendered independent of i taken oa tuition.
now bring H and $3.50 is paid for bet- i cheapest on earth. Don't delay. Write -&?.
them or not By this policy the and 23 that of 1 being ,the disturbancedescribed 'I cooks and servants, as'they learn how I 1:. CHASE, EEOIGU4U8AMA BUSINESS COLLEGE lacei. k
'factors keep their skirts clear of any ter, grade stock.I Not satisfied with in first paragraph above. I, to do everything themselves long be- DENTiST I

"unpleasant after results if the spot the Florida receipts at the prices Its temperatures will average very fore they begin housekeeping on their OCALA FL Assessor's Notice. .

'market should range higher In May- I mentioned the, market has taken on low, the cool wave preceding the storm own account. When married they are I I.r I will be at the following places on

:: 'August ** i* never unlikely, than the California stuff until that product Is center causing cooler than' usual, the most affectionate wives and mothers. CARLO L. SISTRUNK. time specified to receive returns of

price!, paid for futures and the producers warm wave not bringing, very high An Austrian lady, in fact is as accomplished property and agricultural statistics. .
bringing quite as much as Florida Meet me with correct description _
then feel that they have auffered temperatures and the cool wave and learned as an English ATTORNEY.AT.LAW. of
your and
: a direct loss by their advance shipments. The market continues! solving itself into a blizzard and .re-I governess, 'as good a housekeeper and I Room 4. M*.:uic BuildingjJjISS have any property trouble. you will never. V -

aies. ,Factors report that the pro- strong and prices firm. The stock in eral days of very cold weather that cook as a German_ as witty In societyas Ocala. from March bill ,to 1906.31st. .

:Tasterhave: shown little or no inter- shipment is slow reaching the market will carry frosts far southward. DurIng I a Parisian as passionate as an B. K SINCLAIR.STENOGRAPHER Alfred Ayer Assessor. V

Jt! to_the matter,'not even. Inmost Injcestakthg : and it Js hard to get stuff. So scarce first week of March precipitation Italian, and as handsome as an Ameri 1-12-tf.

the trouble -to ask the are oranges that the following Incident will be general but not excessive. can-some of the most beautiful women & 'TYPEWRITER. p '

$"fEt ri-for their views, or even askSirlf only shows the general condition March temperatures will average In Europe being in Vienna. Ger- and Notary Public. NOTICE. VI
bids : and is only a common Idea of and also Austrians are celebrated Special attention to out of Town Work
:: : there were on the market.Zrqinthis above normal east of Rockies, below mans, Taxes
are due and '
the payable on tie firs .
i it can readily be seen that way the. orange business is mov- west. Most of the storm centers will for their stocks of linen. Here, Commercial Bank. Ocala, Fla. Monday of November of each year. '

"'+;th producers i expect a higher- range of ing here. Last week, C. H. Norris, of follow lines drawn near Winnipeg. as soon as a girl is born. the weavingof same 2. Personal time that ad real poll tues most be paid at the -.
estate is
C. H. Norris paid oa,it assessment
& Co.
v.1uea for the spring and early eum- was approachedby Des Moines, St. Louis, Cincinnati and her linen Is begun and every yeara THE NEW YORK WORLD. *are to the same party.

rhafl sixty cents, basing this on a dealer who had a car of California Washington, going into the Atlanticnot piece, or a number'of yards is set taxes.3. If !possible come in person to pay YOU
Paying by mail
or through other parties
;::ibei current belief among them that fruit enroute. He asked $2.40 for far from the latter city. This pathof aside for her trousseau ready for her Thrice-a-Week Edition-Read Wher- is frequently unsatisfactory.,

> :tJ e:'coming crop will be shorter than it. Norris gobbled it quickly Two the storm centers will cause Marchto marriage. Grandmammas on their ever the English Language is 4. When you come to pay your taxes briar a
descn. tion from
later Spoken.For your deed or latest tax: receipt
days the dealer called Norris
|%'tbV present one. This opinion is based up be unusually cold In the New Eng- side are not Idle. They pass their time ofwhatyouwishtopayon.

'-i and asked him if he wanted to sell in knitting for their grandchildren '5. Don't wait till last few day of time to ,
oA two well sustained facts, the In- states, unusually warm. in the the winter season now at hand then expect the best service either JaY V

/'I Interference: of continued rainy weather the same car. The dicker was made lower Missouri and lower Mississippi supplying present needs, but also the most valuable paper to you will be la person. Ihe nun U then oa and by delays mail are or -. -
and Norris sold it at $2.50 without ever the New York Thrice-a-week World unavoidable. You must take your turn U it
[ with box cutting and the more than valleys and about normal along the laying aside for the future a dozen because It offers you more at the price comes, V V

ever'.serious condition as to laborers seeing it. The same dealer turned path of the storms.Temperatures stockings of every kind, being than any other pacer published any- 6. You must bave your property properly as V
around and sold it for $2.75, without the usual number for bride'strousseau where in the world. bess&& if you wish to avoid trouble in payaevtof V.
.',: ;,Florida., most below normal any This is a time of, great events. We taxes. The collector cinnot alter the wlaation -
'Labor conditions in Florida are. reported trouble, ,and the car is expected any will occur during first week In March and some of these knitted are having great wars, and othei, tax book.or description I of assessments found on %e
day. The Stewart Fruit Co. went changes of a stirring kind E. *CARNBY, Tax Collector
stockings are as fine as the finest wov- are occurring I o: Marion
as worse than they have ever then two high temperature periods 7S" County Ocala Jta.
the I both at home and abroad. The : V
through same experience with a
been, so ,far as the naval stores industry i ,centering near 15 and 22, followed by en ones. An Austrian girl or lady Is Thrice-a-Week World comes to yov

is concerned. The demand in car that cost them about $3 and was a cold period of which 27 will be cen- never I may say. seen without some I I every other day except ounday. with ADMINISTRATRIX. NOTICE OF3FINADISCHARGE. .
sold all the news, fully, accurately and '
finally In
New York at a bully
that state for negro help in the lumber tral day with' a cool period not far kind of work in her hand ladies work promptly. .

"V. jnills, in the phosphate mines and profit while en route. from 18. Most precipitation will occur even 4n society. They ,do nothing at The Thrice-a-Week World always Xi .
Florida Sell Well. Its political Cwnty Judge's Court, Marion Co mty V
Vegetables reports. You can ret the
1f.. on the new railroad extensions, and not far from 2, 17 and 25. These balls, of course, but I think that is truth from its columns, whether Florida. la Re Estate of J. f. B4war,
.1 -the higher wages 'being paid in all All, Florida. stuff is way up and veg dates are for meridian 90-about general the only exception to this rule. When are Republican or Democrat. and that Deceased. ".
etables are in the van of the high is what want. V VOITICB K: H5RRBY GIVES TO ALL
lines,of Industry have led to a woeful line of Mississippi river extended several labor thus together in a family you .k' whom it may concern that on the V

': absence of sufficient help on the tur- prices of the season and $5 a crate northward. East of that line count one reads aloud while the others has The a serial Thrice-a-Weew story running World and It always.is always 1st Any of June..4..D.7906 -

[ pentlne farms. A Savannah factor finds many purchasers. Cabbage is in one day later for every 400 miles and work, and thus they keep abreast of a first-class story by a first- I the Belljad undersigned of said win court apply as ta the Hoi.of Jose>.. -
class author. judge probate, V
good shape_ but the market this week all the newest literature the day. I The ThriceaWeekWorld for a I na' 'dl.i<-hal ge AS Adnunistratrix cj
r who has made a recent Investigational west of it one day earlier /or every publishes better fiction thar V
of J. F. Edwards. deceased. and V
somewhat at the
j- ng' Ithls'iIne In Florida expresses was oversupplied. This 500 miles. Not a minute of their day is lost and any other newspaper in the UnIted same time I Will present to sad court my-final

I kept prices down a bit but it is anticipated In Solomon's words find time States. Special attention is also given 8CGUDtSIS administratrix of said estate, nl',
,4he decided opinion that the produc- About and immediately following a to markets, ana there are mans. ask /or their approval.
by the trade that next week
"tton of naval stores In that .state for February 2 one of the most severe for everything-for work housekeeping other valuable features. DatedtusNovaD.zo. V
will find a small supply here and the The Thrice-a-Week I V D. C. EDWARDS,
J 1906-07 cannot 'possibJy,exceed that of I disturbances of the month will be visiting, learning, balls amuse'ment World's regula'subscription I As Admiuistrahix Estate ol J. F. Edwards de V
stock on hand then,will be worth considerably price is only $1.00 per i.I _. c!lbel. ,a,6m
is- this year, and In all probability will near meridian 90 moving eastward and even for love. year, and this pays for 156 papers. We : VV
more. That Is why many of offer this
%,, fall short of. the present season's output with a cold wave following. unequalled nawspaper and NOTICE. \
the commission folk refused to sell at the Ocala Weekly Banner together one'
fr Florida is the state where ift. No period of eighty years -can be A Big; Undertaking.The year for $1.65. -
the prevailing price of about $2.25 a In the Circuit Court of the
has not disasterto The regular subscription price of Fifth Ju.
there is to be any increased produc- found that brought ,
crate and are holding off' for nextweek's the two papers Is $2.00. I dicial Circuit of Florida, in and
', lion It must be found, and In this experienced the crop of the United States. Live Oak Democrat reproduces Send all subscriptions on the above for Marion County-In
early rates. Peppers are 'very
t factor's opinion that state These corn crop failures occur from from the "Jim Crow" department of offer to the Ocala Banner Ocala, Fla. II .Chancery. V
scarce and are readily sold at I -
t will do well if it turns out as much five to ,eight years apart and the last the Jacksonville Metropolis, the following -
tations. Beets are In splendid demand, I Nancy A. Jones Complainant, vs J.
: turpentine and rosins the next sea- pne came in 1901. These are Impor- compliment to two prosperousand B. Jones, Defendant Order for con
while cucumbers will from
ton as it has done this year. After a easily bring tant facts that are of Interest to millions industrious colored men of Live I -wmRrdtlON structive fcervice.
$5 to $6: if they could only behad. Th, Oak It Is ordered that ihe Detendanl-
..: ;' careful survey of the entire field he of people. We are surely approaching : herein named to-wit J.
: B. Jones be
trouble Is to get the stuff In the market ,
expressed as a most conservative op- 'another great corn failure. "The two principal restaurants; of and he Is her!> required to appear V
f' Fancy eggplants bring high prices the town, under the of to the Bill of Complaint, tile In this
= ionthat, the total crop of 1906-07 could The wheat crop does not often fall on management
while tomatoes are higher than ever. Good Money In Growing Large Wa- cause on or before Monday the
r.1-: not possibly exceed that of 190 ..OG.tt account of the drouth that destroysthe Richmond Mathls and C. J. Mankers, 5th day of March, 1906,
stock will easily bring from $5 termelons.
under the most favorable conditions corn. I believe it will be safest are ever prepared to satisfy the great- -It la further orderei that a copy V
to $6 and at that. is absorbed rapidly. of this orde- Oe published once a
V .as. to weather, and that with any bad for all to follow my "crop weather" est appetite I and quench the highest I have been planting each year week for foul consecutive weeks In
There are only a few boxes in the
?:,,weather or any aggravation.of the latfbor forecasts. thirst serving to both white and colored for several years, from 70 to 100 the Ocala Banner a rewspaper pub.
l market now and the demand Is very .... In different apartments." lished in said county and state.
j troubles, thentire production stiff. Tangerines are very scarce and acres In Eden variety of Watermelons This 19th day of January. 1905,
? would be lessened. HOTEL ARRIVALS. It seems 'to us that these two men and have made good money S. T. Sistrunk,

!k In .the spot market there was not badly wanted. have undertaken the biggest Job In every year. I secured good Clerk Florida.Circuit Court, Marion County,

change In the Ocala House-S. H. McKinney and Florida. They advertise to "quenchthe Eden seed to Edwin
the with Spencer
quotation durlmg To the Trustees of Ocala Christian begin and have Complainant's Solici
it.: ';'week the price being easily- roaintalned. Church. wife, Oil Ci y, ,Pa.; Miss Bessie B. highest thirst"-the thirst of a improved them each year, by selecting tOt. 1.26-51

; at 6A cents throughout, the sup- Richer South Lake Weir, Fla.; 'Miss man living in a'dry town is great in my'seed from only large \

i plie| being hardly enough to satisfy Gentlemen- Grace James, Schenectady, N. Y.; deed. We haseen exhibitions of] arid well shaped melons, I have NOTICE. i V

We want to denote some L. & M. Miss Virginia James Schenectady, N. It and we don't believe that these two.
the domestic them dried in
Savannah the .shade which
Il' requirements. paint to the crurch whenever they i i
f Ufa now receiving less than an average paint. Y.; SamL R. James and wife, Schen- men ,can carry out their contract. will when properly planted always Notice V of Application for Tax Deed

t. of 150 casks a day, which Includes Georgia The largest expected Methodist to use 100 church gallons of In ectady, N. Y.; H. H. Fudge Atlanta come up as they are sound and Under Section 8 Chapter 4888,

; spirits that under former conditions the usual kind of paint they only Ga.; Noah Barlow, Natchez Miss.; D. GivesHealth, Vigor and Tone. full. I have 1500 lbs., of choice La we of Florida. '
used 32 gallons L. & M. mixed with 24 G. Wylie, Atlanta, Ga.; P. B. Moore, Heroine is a boon to sufferers from Notice Is hereby given that C. A. .
,went to Jacksonville. In both seed to offer at SOc lb. When Priest
spirits gallons linseed oil. aneamla. By Its use the blood Is per purchaser of tax certificate No

I I V and rosins the. receipts at all of the it.costs less to paint a house with L. Cincinnati 0.; J. J. Handley, Prldgon quickly regenerated and the color becomes you send your order, for seed and 107, dated the 6th day of August, 1883

I & M. plant than with any other paint Fla.; J. E. Boyle, Albany N. Y.; JohnA. normal. The droooping tax certificate No.. 11, dated the 7th .
t'ports, together is said on reliable jauth- because painter mixes linseed oil fresh strength Is revived. The languor Is wish me to do so. I will instruct day of July, 1884, has filed said ,

ority tq be less for February than for from the barrel at 60 cents a gallon Brantly, St. Louis, Mo.; P. E. Russell diminished. Health. vigor and tone you how to prepare, fertilize and certificate in my office and has
Macon, Ga. J. H. E. Stelling predominate. New life and happy made application for tax deed to issue
!"the Same month last year. This Is with It & M., and doesn't pay $1.50 ; cultivate. Let your order come in In
activity results. Mrs Belle IL accordance with law. Said
for Linseed Oil done if ShrieL certificates -
gallon as S. C. J. W.
per Charleston Holmes Atlanta
one of the reasons why the market ready-for-use paint is used. Also be- ; Middlesborough IL, writes,' 'I have at once. I sold the same kind of embrace the following described V

for both articles has been so strong : cause the L. M. Zinc hardens the j i Ga.;_ M. F. Hallahan Atlanta, : been troubled with liver complaintand seed over S. C., Ga., and Fla., last property situated in Marion county,
& M. White Lead and makes the Ga.; E. L. Ryan, Jacksonville, Fla.; poor blood and have found noth- Florida to-wit: South half, of
,,recently.", The supplies have been absOlutely paint wear like Iron. ing to benefit me like Herbine. I year which gave perfect satisfac- Southwest quarter, Section 30 and all

needed to meet actual requirements L. & M. paint costs only $1.20 per R. T. Cochran, New York; W. W. have wished that I had known it in tion. of- section-- 31-, all in township 13 South. V
gallon.'- Roberts, Jacksonville Fla.; Miss Harris my husband's time." 50cts. m uange Z: East. The laid land being
for the consuming trade. -- assessed at the date of the issuance
Wb.Ue Sold_by Mclver & MacKay, Ocala Newark, N. J.; Mr. and Mrs. Jas. I. FURHAN STILL I of such certificate in the :
the likely of
market does not seem :Fla At the Presbyterian church Sunday name
to --- G. Barnett, Newark N. J.; E. T. Pom- Whittier Broi and estate of G. A. M. V
further advance at the 'present Blackville, S. C.We .
morning the pulpit was filled by Rev. Campbell Unless said certificate shall
:time, It Is in a very healthful state and A Pleasant Surprise Party. eroy, Atlanta, Ga.; Mrf and Mrs. S. Mr. Delp of German Valley, New Jer- be redeemed according to law, tax

'.would E. Garretson, Newark, N. J.Miss lie tele: for deed will- issue thereon on the 26th
not take much of an acceleration sey. Mr. Delp is a Lutheran minister are agent ceietratei day of March A. D.. 1905. V

of the demand to bring about A large number of !the members of Slaughter, Bellevlew, Fla.; Miss LJn- and has been spending several weeksat Genuine Zirpsn Lsati3? Goods. Ocala Far Witness my official signature and

blue Improvement in prices. the Methodist church planned a sur- I derman, Pittsburg, pa.; P.. Demeter, Cornell with his daughter, Mrs. E. nituri Co- D.seal 1906.this the 21st day of February, A. V V

fe.The prise party :Monday for Mrs. F. R. Candler Fla.; W. Hatchclaw Candler, V V
spring demand-for spirits turpentine C. Welsh. Mr. Delp preached a most S. T. SISTRUNK,
Is Bridges, the wife of the presiding elder Fla.; A. L. Kayne Richmond Va.; E. Clerk Circuit Court, Marlon County,
expected to be unusually excellent sermon, having as his text Dedication Business High School.
brisk. It Is fact that of the church. Monday night they Hy Palmer, Orlando, Fla.; J. S. Adams, Kiorida. V 2-23- -
a recognized the following passage from Daniel: -
the of Mrs. W. W. Clyatt Syracuse, N. Y.; Jas. B. Borland, Cit-
met at home
iO Paint and' varnish trades look for- "Stand In the lot at the end of the Special to the O'.ala Banner: NOTICE OF MASTER'S SALE.
in body to the home of ra Fla.; Ed. Picard New York T. E.
ar4' and went a ;
? toan unusually bright year the days:' A large congregation were Washington, D. C., Feb. 27.Thenew -

&SM- all Indicating a good increase Mr., and Mrs. Bridges. Pomeroy and wife Chesterville. Va.: present to hear this distinguished Business High School .building decree Under in and by virtue of a cetarin
1 occasion of the surprise was Chas. S. Mosby Va.; Nelson Monroe Chancery made and enteredon
K The ,
i business this spring and summerMlnjall preacher and his hearers were greatly sill be dedicated today. Shortly after the 24th day of January, 1906, by ,
the birthday anniversary ofIrs.. 011 City, Pa.; Miss Monroe, Oil City the Honorable W. S.
Bullock -
: sections the country. Therellaetms pleased with the fine sermon that he noon there will be exercises in the I Judgeof. -
Bridges and the surprisers each car- Pa.; A. Hardaker, :Martel. Fla.; C. P. the circuit court of the Fifth Judicial .
accordingly no reason to anticipate delivered. new building under the direction of circuit of Florida
ried her beautiful remembrance.She Pillans, Martel Fla.; C. Benson, BQS- sitting V
slump values a the in Chancery for
any decided In Board of Education and in the county, in a
thoroughly and agreeably ton Mass. E. }I. Olelham. Boston certain cause therein pending whereIn .
< was ; V -
| ten when the new crop begins ..tom010 Tortued by Savages. evening there will be exercises under Gordon S. Scott
*o market and more especially surprised and aided by her husband Mass.; J. L. Connell. Ft While, Fla.; "Speaking of the torture to which the auspices of the Business High Ocala Building and, as Loan Receiver Association of the

her guests cordial wel C. D. Dennis, Fla. J. A.Hodge New some of the savage' tribes in the Philippines Is complainant and
M ould gave a very ; Herman Moses
this be true If .the early reietPts : subject their saptives to, reminds School Alumni Association. Mr. Rob- .

M. should-show any falling off In I come. Altogether the evening" was a York. me of the Intense suffering I ert Curtis Ogden. the New York, part- and Monday others, the are defendants I will, on
for both the surprisers Montezuma Hotel-S." J. Thomas endured for three months from Inflammation -
happy one 5th of
very Day March-1906
Rcomparlson with last year's.Rosin5 of the kldneys"says'W. :3!. ner o fjphn Wannamaker, will be the ,

B|: are in admirable shape. Thee i and the surprised. Gainesville, Fla.; M. W. Coughten. Sherman of Cushlng; Me.. nothing' principal speaker of the evening., the the month same being and a the legal first sale Monday day 9ffer In

: at Its close last night showed --- Parrish Fla.: T. E. Stewart Silver helped me until I tried Electric Bit- For sale to the highest and best bidder V

[further' advances, along the entire line, The Talula lodge of Odd Fellows Springs, Fla.; 1... D. Martin, York, Fla.; ters cured, three me.bottles'of Cures which liver complaint completely Celebrate Independence Day. door for cash in Marion, before the court house :

I. I special meeting Tuesday nightat B. C. Webb. Kendrick Fla. -G. Mc- blood County, Florida between -
the gains over the closing prices ofSthe held a ; dyspepsia, disorders and ma- : the legal hours of sale, the following -

previous follows: Yonge's halL Mr. A. C. Binkley. Lean, Conant Fla.; J: E. McDowell. laria; and restores the' weak and nev- Special to the Ocala Banner: described lands in Marion V
being as
Friday vous to robust health. Guaranteed by '
I|iWaterwhite, windowglass and N five of Pensacola, grand master of the Odd Macon, Ga.; J. C. Hewitt Sarasota, Tydings & ,Cn druggists. Price SOc San Domingo S., Dom., Feb. 27.-Today County The ,northwest Florida to-wit quarter: of the lot

centla M and K 10, I 15 H 35, G 70, Fe."E Fellows of Florida, was present and Fla.; R. P. Bethlr, Tampa, Fla.; E. E.Bullard. I Al druggists. m is the sixty-third anniversary of or block of land lying immediatelysouth

addressed the lodge. The meeting was : Atlanta, Ga.; Idis Bratham, I the independence of Santo Domingoand of and adjoining the lot or block Von
and below 70 cents. Dr. Mclpjosh,, of Newberry, S. C., which the Ocala High School
.) e buyers report a continued de- well attended and proved a nlost en- Hattwltte, S. C.; J. W. Wilson Martin who accompanied'' his ,brother :Mr. Edward the day Is observed throughoutthe Building now stands and is erected, : V

nd from for rosins of tertaining one" Fla.; P. Schasttle, Philadelphia island with considerable enthu- and being bounded on the north by V
all quarters L. McIntosh to Ocala, has returned South Sixth street on the east by lot
W. Pa.; W. F. Wamack, Inverness, Fla.; siasm by all factions. In honor of
: : frades. The pale crop is wound up to his home.A of land heretofore sold to E. H. Hel-

d.the receipts! of the lower grades Mr. and Mrs. W. M. Porter came Mrs W. F. Wamack. Inverness, Fla.; r the: day a large and brilliant diplomatic venston by the Trustees of the said V

Lake Tuesday noon.where' Mrs. M. J. Wamack, Inverness Fla. Ocala High School; on the south by
'u those of up from Lady ; reception was held at the govern-
stated, running below Safe Cough Medicine for Children.In lot belonging to Mrs.. Musie Bullock.V
they attended the marriage of L. Weiss, Atlanta, Ga.: Chas. Roeder, ment palace. Great precautions the west Pond
t.fear at this time, which has serv- buying cough medicine for children were and on by street or V

,::;tq' give additional strength to the Mr. Townley Porter and Miss Sara Evansville, Ind.; H. E. McCasklll never be afraid to buy Chamberlain's taken all through the republic to prevent so much thereof as may, be sufficient -
Cough Remedy. There is no r to satisfy the said final decree
,..Ktion._, Altogether the- outlook In Teague. Mr. Porter returned to Nashville, Term.; W. F. Sweed Bay danger from it and relief is alwayssure riots or dlfturbances of ,any kind and costs. of court. ,- V
the night train and City Fla. O. W.' Mead West to follow. It Is valuable ILK Hampton
fas la all that could be desired by Jacksonville on ; Acton especially during, the celebrations In the various
for colds and whooping 1-26-'_ .Special Master InChancery.
croup V
went home Wednesday. Mass.; E. Lee Hughes, DaltonGa. .
'Iioducers.V Mrs. cough. For sal&by all druggists m districts and towns. .f : .
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\1fko' mowadays'writes !ettsr43Wedashle ... I .

.: haSty notes,, or hurriedlyiurlbDle"z .,
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postal- card, under pressure I V ."
n 'i f'Immediate,necessity. but' the. .*epistilary < -; I ABE.T .. : TAKE
,art," so .dear" too our grandithers7l3 5 : jH
becoming' xtinct.1 '.r. t

>.,It:;was not o.long, 'ago .that-. postage, S
"wu'so"1' gh';that.letters were a luxury... :
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3II niher'than, ''the ne essity., -they' are'now.. '.
The_ar T vai;'ot one was_looked upon as .
z a reat'event and to'tovdestroywas. little ;i.1to'rt'
of sacrilege. It ,was worth ) TEA POT
;.k while to. spendsome time-' and.. pains
:actTa letter which "would be read and I
rY r:-read; and perhaps handed,down for I

the benefit of ,posterity. .
,"'The' disjointed'productions'that pass fiF'x
fer letters In these degenerate modern
'< Slays would ,have shocked. an'educated

girl of the last.cen urr. There Is no .
s reason why 'girls,,who can speak .
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French and German"should not be able V V
c QUALITY ___. ,,. ...... ,
to write English Many young ladles V '.... -" ,o ,.
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who have a smattering of recondite -- -.. "'- ,'
aeience..,and who have dipped Into the F
j, grammars of one or more-of the ancient <
: and half a dozen of-the modern
languages are still unable to write aUtter ,
in their; own tongue, that In arrangement : '''" .
-. 'and choice of words might [i : } : S PRICE'
,. .ot .disgrace a properly taught child ;
.f twelve. Especially ,the distinction :
iietweeh the, third and first person Is -

irften. 'so hazy'that a, formal note bean ,, ),: _
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E. .. ,
-S. In,one Is finished In the other! -
\;' A good correspondent begins her We Ask You to Bear the Above ,in Mind. \

letter by writing her.address and the .
When You Want in the Line .of -
lull date, ,plainly 'at the top of the Anything .
ytge. Letters are, so '
-, '.. as,evidence In trifling or /
I matters:that this Is worth '
'Jag. If they should'
remembert t GROCERIES
kept for any length of ,
.5 would add materially to (
I -. -
,: Many persons seem to ,
1: tasult to the Intelligence of their
friends to write straightforward from
y mage to page' In the natural manner, :
k'' and that the more their letters resemble HAT

". a puzzle the more piquantly Interesting .' or GR4IN
they will be. It Is hard to i .

tell why a sentence commenced at the i ,
'bottom of one page should not be continued .
at the top .of the next, Insteadif #.. .....,
rushing off at a tangent, and be -
t found at last writen crosswise in the
c Tery last". place a person would look. v
,tGr-It. I ,

.ter The is.no girl common who really correspondent answers a let-We F Compare fHt the QUALITV; second, the QUANTITY; and third the =; ,

nave all groaned with mild exasperaLion .
pyer a letter supposed to tie a reply O" 1 P
and we will rest on verdict. --7
to one of bur own, but which took your '
IIOt the smallest notice of our modest .
0 tI
communication, even in the cursory t I 1II
mention of Its .arrival, left all our .
questions unanswered and, with cur- ." ,
ious Ingenuity omitted every,scrap of f--. G
Information on the subject ,that most ..ff i tc
interested us. c'::;!

: ,when The first it best Is reading possible time It to,:immediately answer So many a thingsrush letter after -, 1 -=- WE HAVE! GOODS AND GIVE YOU WHAT YOU. WA"T.i .tl

; Into one's mind that cannot be ai

recalled afterward. Very few peoplehave'
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the requisite leisure to do this, tiTHE
M In ordinary cases it Involves a V '- d
!: "> corerspondence;; but It should_ yX.
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;:\ 't off longer than necessary.

->vsuch.' .ho to like,make are guide'books.traveling their Descripi No .Misrepresentation. All Goods Must be As presented .-.4 a

: i.,' }j of scenery and famous places .f-
"*** usually tedious. It Is the little '
things that are entertaining; a droll Or Your Money Back-

adventure, a peculiarity In dress', or
speech, anything which especially t
strikes the writer. will be certain to begiven "
J 1'1a.
vividly, and will add color and
Interest to her letter.
The full name should be signed, so
that should the letter miscarry it may I : o __ '"

a.. fce Office returned, which through would be the Impossible Dead-Letter If { .I. .. We are continually adding new condiments, to our Fancy Line of 3; 1.

the only clue "Lula" I.
were or Katie. .
.. -- GROCERIES and always have an hand

A tion Chicaga to Alderman Chamberlain's Owes His Cough Elec- :.: / Staple Groceries, such as :.,

I can heartily and conscientiously -,_._._.-. V
recommend Chamberlain's -
Cough :: : 1
: Remedy for effectlons of the throat == '
and lungs says Hon. John Schnick. ,.."
220 So. Peoria street Chicaga. Two a t4

.'S I years caught ago cold during after a political being overheated campaign, .. Flour Bacon Rice :;
t which irritated Salt Grits
my throat and I was Coffee ;
f- Meal Oats
speak compelled aloud.to In stop my as extremity I could not my _- ., ,
friend advised me to use Chamber-

believe two lain's doses Cough my that senses Remedy afternon when, and I I found took could next took not ..... Hay Corn Goifon Seed Meal Bran Cooked Cow i :

% morning the Inflammation had largely .. Feed
subsided I took several doses that _
Say, kept right on takin through the ,
that campaign I won and my, I seat thank in the this medicine council"This .-..
gists.remedy' is for sale by all drug m ._. Mixed Chicken Food

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If-a man is I. ,
he / tI.
prosperous has no I < (
.. -7' $:.--I.. ".
"use for his friends; If he isn't, they ; ':'J '- rf
.5 have no use for him. .. At Prices second to. : ': '" b.
none. Give : -
V.; .V confidence Suspicious In people are apt to loseS us a call ..,
a temperance speaker : .
who sips water from a tin cup. l "

maybe A One half' half,due to good a to.successful good judgment luck man's and the success other I= Yours Ever Ready to Please. !. t :

never considers marriage
S. .a failure if her husband Is wIllIng 'f f.
3; pay all her bills ,without a murmur., <':; St
; .k.I
S. It, sometimes }appens that an old .
; .' bachelor loves.little children, although TEAPOT '. '._ )J
i f .
they probably fret him as much as I '
VS :. grown people do. : ,.It
-Chicago News.
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A'V 'xHoke Smith Is having his election ..- -

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