The Ocala banner
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 Material Information
Title: The Ocala banner
Uniform Title: Ocala banner (Ocala, Fla. 1883)
Alternate Title: Ocala daily banner
Daily banner
Physical Description: Newspaper
Language: English
Publisher: The Banner Pub. Co.
Place of Publication: Ocala Marion County Fla
Creation Date: January 25, 1907
Publication Date: 1883-
Frequency: weekly[]
weekly[ former aug. 25, 1883-dec. 28, 1888]
daily (except sunday)[ former dec. 30, 1888-]
Subjects / Keywords: Newspapers -- Ocala (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
Newspapers -- Marion County (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
Genre: newspaper   ( marcgt )
newspaper   ( sobekcm )
Spatial Coverage: United States -- Florida -- Marion -- Ocala
Coordinates: 29.187778 x -82.130556 ( Place of Publication )
Dates or Sequential Designation: Vol. 17, no. 12 (Aug. 25, 1883)-
Numbering Peculiarities: Issues for 1884 later called new ser. vol. 2.
General Note: Editors: T.W. Harris, F.E. Harris, C.L. Bittinger.
General Note: Description based on: New ser., vol. 2, no. 14 (Dec. 1, 1883).
Funding: Funded by NEH in support of the National Digital Newspaper Project (NDNP), NEH Award Number: PJ-50006-05
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Source Institution: University of Florida
Holding Location: University of Florida
Rights Management: All rights reserved. Board of Trustees of the University of Florida
Resource Identifier: aleph - 002052272
oclc - 18660476
notis - AKP0235
lccn - sn 88074815
System ID: UF00048734:00413
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..................... .....44444.44.4.N44...... Mr. W. A. Pelot, after spending a J Presbyterian Tea.
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, ....ON.11.400.11N441N1N4d004( b1aN4a J.9b few days in Ocala with his family The monthly tea given by the ladies

V + has returned to Owens in south of the Presbyterian church was heldon : 1S97.t 1.007.1)

., .4 Florida where he is now residing. Mr. Monday afternoon at the residence 4+ 4

H FOR 1907 H Pelot was called home on account of i of Mrs. D. E. Mclver and was more 4 .4

if the illness of his youngest daughter, tn the order of a reception than a Monroe & Chambliss f

4 who is now very much improved.Mrs. church tea social. The attendance 4 ,

; ; was unusually large and the contributions .

Anna Bond Hopkins, of Or- amounted to eighteen dollars 4 4 Bankers. :

fII lEDGERS DAY BOOKS H ange Lake, was a distinguished-''-ihe largest ever made at one of 4

tor to the Lee centenary celebration on'|these teas. 4 I

; ; ; Saturday night. She is an enthusiastic !i 1 Mrs. Mclver was happily assisted I 4 4 Ocala Florida.

Daughter of the Confederacy and a 'b;' :Mrs.: W. W. Condon, Mrs. A. E. 4

1 i i AND CASH BOOKS i conspicuous figure in all the doingsof Gen?. Mrs. G. S. Scott and Mrs. E. 4
I i iI
H that body. L. Carne .

t i h GO TO THE 4 4 Mr. R. Anderson is contemplating In the prettily arranged dining I | OLDEST BEST!; 4f

putting a new front of fine pressed loom :Mrs.: Jack Camp sat at the tableland I + 4444 44...4NC44..oeo....+.......e................
4J I poured the coffee with which

;! Ii brick on his building next to the !1 chicken salad, olives, wafers, and al- I -

4 4 ) tOl'n' n Delouest building. He is also devis- j!mcnl1.i were served to the guests by --

, Io OStO 1 Dl) l ing plans for a new opera house i Mrs. Reese Lindsay, of
Iff, (l (\ 1 Misses Edna Nelson, Janet Weathers Anthon// 444444444444444444444444BIGGEST .

4 4 4 4 g i building, which he expects soon to I laid several other young girls. was shopping in Ocala Saturday.Mrs. .
erect on the lot opposite the Glenwood I
4 4 ( I. 4 I During the afternoon Mrs. M. J. is'! LINE
. hotel, providing the building that has Sue-Feaste""r ,of Micanopy, :
4 4t 4 4 Roess, Miss Sara Whitfielcl and Miss
4 been talked of for some time past I visiting her sister, Mrs. T. M. Mooni i
Louise Scott sang several selections,
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which were greatly enjoyed.
...................... ............ ....... .. Miss Mamie Taylor was a member I

Albert Anson Graham arrivedin of the Ocala party that went down toI I I
A Credit to Florida.
Ocala Friday afternoon fom Gainesville Wekiwa Springs on Friday afternoon I
MISS SARA ELIZABETH HARRIS.! Mr HV. Lung o t Martcl was in -

Local Editor. Ocala Saturday on his way home fromJacksonville where he has been residing for I i By far the best issue of the "Flor-
Rev. C. C. Carroll and Mr. W. D I-WA--T-CHES
I some months. Mr. Graham will take i
-I where lIP attended! the ,ida Fruit and Truck Grower" that has
charge of the lunch room which Mr. Cam arrived home Saturday from ai |
been published is the January
LOCAL AND PERSONAL. meeting; of the Grand Lodge of Ma '
Ii ,H L. Maloney is erecting and which tending the Baptist convention at Lhf'
which is out today.
Mrs V. S. Snioak of Dunnellon. sons. I i

"1'' t wa .hopr1ing in Ocala on Friday. I 1 --- -- .-- |will be ready to open in a few days.A I j This number marks the fourth an- Oak. i FOR '

J. S. Wester, who escaped from one i iniversary of Mr. L. J. Brumby's splendid :\[ and Mrs J. E. Redwine i ir.

Dr. C. W. Lindner Anthony, was of the turpentine farms recently was : party of eight surveyors of the !' agricultural magazine and it is oq j

urn among Friday.i the. visitors to the "Brick City" I J.captured Leitner in, who South received Carolina a reward by Mr. T.ol ,At1 ntiC'hero Coast commencing Line railway repairs companyare on the i!OC credit ia. both to the editor and to house.winter Gainesville and are Ga.,guests are in at Ocala the for theilIDI i I I[[S AND PfJll'JIU f I

track between Inverness and Ocala. j i' I
** one hundred dollars. Among the important special articles __ .
b D. W. and iittle This will be welcome
Mrs. Tompkins news to our
is one descriptive of the Marion Commodore Fosnot, of the steamer & &

I s daughter went up to MIcanopy Friday The Man from Kahn will be with us rl'ope.'e are grateful to the rail- Farms .illustrated in ten fine halftone Delia, which ploughs the waves of t

lo villlh relatives. Thursday 17th and 18th instant. Don't ;road company for taking heed of our i'
from the beautiful
engravings photographstaken I Lake Weir, has been
fail to come and leave order for needs.-Invernes Chronicle.At .
your a
for the An- called
especially to his
RT. C. C. Carroll has gone down to purpose. old home in Iowa on account ?
spring suit. 11. Masters.. MC-4t \other is of the
descriptive Spring of the
illness of his
I mother.
Wekiwa Springs to join the "Ocala II a great cost we have secured :
I ;Park Stock Farms, near Gainesvilleland He found his
k' erowd" for the balance of the week. Dr. Thomas and wife, of Wilmington the services of Mr. Albert Anson Gra- mother much better-but
this is also handsomely illustrated. writes that he
found eight inches of
t N. C., were in Ocala for several I ham, who has a state wide reputationas

:Mr. W. I' Williamson, of Lake )hours Sunday en route to IIomosassa a writer of torrid, florid, and in- ,'snow on the ground. His boat dur THE JEWELER.

K.-.,., was among the visitors trans- .for several days' fishing trip. Dr. imitable style. We call your partic- There are a number of other special ,ling his absence will be in charge of I)

{ rrttag business in Ocala Monday. Thomas is one of the chief surgeonsof ular attention to his "Ansonian" on ;; features and fine illustrations.With his son, Robert Fosnot. !i i.........................4
this number the magazine is -
the Atlantic Coast Line railway. page four and hereby do most solemnly ..
; llev. Harmon C. Martin, of Fort i'i assure you that Anson and Si :again enlarged and for the third I : :

McCoy, was among the many visitors I The tile roofing for the court house Honk will keep it up. Sic 'em boys. :;time. It has now twenty-eight pages 44414'..43+3++43. ...4..4.444.3,4.. .................

in Ocala >'t'sterda)'. I has arrived and the building will soon 'Gainesville University News. with! illustrated cover and is today .

---- I;H covered. The builders have been from a typographical standpoint the 4 M. ROBINSON. Prej. :
-- 4 S. H. dUTCH, Mgr J. C. BOOZER. A..t Mill
Mi*** Huby and Lelia Farris4Ibtnt delayed for many weeks in getting J The Boston Store has moved :handsomest publication of its' character *4 GEO. J. DLITCH. Teller.Ig" :

to Inglis Monday afternoon to this tiling and it has delayed them 'across the street and is now occupy-I in the state.
r their mother for a few days. considerably in their work.. ing the building lately occupied by
--t. > r ::-- llr. !f .-AH Enjoyabls Outing. > The Hold t
A. L. Webb. It will be gratifying 4 Strong the
i JudttP Crosby who'has been visit- :\11'I.. Gottlieb returned home A large party of Ocala people drove 4
in Ocala
news to manypeople tow
p tag bit I phew Alderman J. W. Crosby Friday from Jacksonville where he ;'out to Sharpe's Ferry Sunday morn-
kr t that this firm will continue 4i
i for Kveral days, left Friday af- in. and delightful day .
:attended the meeting of the Grand : ; enjoyed a 0:1.
wi'i: us and will pursue the policy
j 1'IDUUf for his home at Baxley: Ga.I I Lodge of Masons. Mr. Gottlieb was ':the Ocklawaha river. In the party j! OMMERCIAL BA NKOCiLia
:J i it has made it so popular in the
I elected Senior Grand Steward of the j were Mr. and :Mrs. Grover Spencer, =
Capt. John L. Inglis, who has been Marion block. All kinds of dry goods '
Lodge, an honor most worthily be- i I's. P. V. Leavengood and son Miss 4
will be and sales willc. I
:cf. re- the rivers and harbors com- kept bargain i
towed.: .. !Grtie Kaiser, Misses McConn, McCarthy : FL(1.( (
!)Ul"C at Washington D. C., has re- tinue as formerly. The store will |: 'I.
Mr. Clevie Williams and quite 2
I nirn.vl 1 and was in Ocala Friday. 1 1I It is now no longer the "brick city." be in charge of Mr. Driggers. This !::30 number of others-in all a party of j!1 |

I It is the city of brick, stone, iron, store was opened for business Fri- '!'twenty-four and the day, aside from Ii Has Upon Public Confidence is Evidenced !
!.'r. and Mrs. Meade of West Acton : day. i
steel and tile. We have tiled roofs and
!l be-ng caught in the rain in the af-

Mass., are spending a portion of and: tiled floors and marble steps and Mrs. Henry W. Long, of Martel. 'ternoon, was spent in a most pleasant I j i by its Large and Increasing i
lh> winter in Ocala and are guests atih ;
buildings fitted up with steam heat after- ;manner. I j .
passed through Ocala Monday i
t Montezuma hotel.
and electric elevators. A "sky scrap- 1 ___ I i t Business.
I noon returning home from a visit of i
:er" will be the next innovation. Mr. Dittmer No Longer With the Butt- i| .
J t'apt. Frank L>'tle, of Stanton and reveal days to her sister. Mrs. 1 '! .
W. J. Bordtn. of Oxford, came Cum, in Jacksonville. Mrs. Long attended gsnbach! Company. : 04 44.4oe........+,e....... ........ ..............
1)ruf. I Iil
Mrs A <\ Jones, of Starke, is the 1 Mr. G. F. Dinmer. who for scrap i j I
the R. E. Lee celebration in II
up Friday to attend the meeting of i guest of Mrs. E. T. Porter. Mrs. ,years past has been the general superintendent !I _____. __ __________ ._ __ ____ __ __ .
Confederate Veterans today. that city and says that it was a won 1.,
Jones is of of the Buttgenbachi
attending the assembly :
.. derful celebration and the oration of j jHon. i with headquarters -, Mr. W. F. Blesch, manager of th.' I En.rbnt.'tbo was fort UD&I.- < h<>". ''t
r-- the 1 Daughters of the King of which Phosphate company
Irf Mrs. J. J. Williams and children returns organization she is the president.Mr. W. J. Bryan was a masterly ef-;' at Holder, has resigned from the .I :Montezuma: barber shop, left Saturdayfor po| b., present Tusila.v. night w.> .1.1, tllh..1
to their home at Homosassa fort.
i his resignation having taken -! Covington Ky.. to be present at i\ with the OTRMMI of R. 't
afternoon after brief visit in
Friday a : John Mathews of Candler i effect couple of weeks the funeral of his aged father. Johnston, cf UraiteutowB Hr >I' nllt
Ocala the guest of Mrs. JakeBrown. was Dr. and Mrs J. M Richardson, of a ago.
J transacting business in Ocala on'' 'Boardman have been spending the i The Ocala friends of Mr. Dittmer i only a llu-Hit ppeafcer but IK < "!' nand >
Mr. C. P. Haycraft, one of Fellowship's
Mi day. He has been very busy for 'Fast few days in Ocala, the guests of and his family will be delighted to logical-be U te the pulpit what.
to date farmers, was in to
Mr. Knight of Valdosta, Ga., i isiu I the past few weeks getting in his or- 'their daughter, Mrs. J. A. Bouvier. j know that he will continue to make up Itourke Cochran is OB tfc* platform
: see us Saturday and had with him the
the city visiting his sons, Messrs. ange! crop. ,They attended the Lee centeniary celebration {this city their home.
{ model of a wire fence puller which Mr. John T. Le*!*. the popular < r
Jaait.'ti and Will Knight, for a few and among the relics on dis-
Fire at McIntosh. he has just patented at the United izen of Mora Bluff returned l fm
day,. Mrs. C. E. Herrick and little daugh- :play at that time was Dr. Richard.son' -
:states:: patent office at Washington D. Tallahassee morniny and
ter. Eunice Amy, of Crystal Rl\"er,1 word, which he carried during
Fire broke out on the stock farm : C. It is run on rollers something on
I for
rain left his bon the aft
We had a most on in Ocala their .ate Tii were Monday on way ,the co-.flict. !
1! Sunday morning and afternoon-the from a visit of several weeks with i the order of ball bearers and those Hays' that he had a flMn' 'or <

'Nol in several; months and one that friends in Atlanta Decatur and i who are judges say it is a fine piece view with Governor Broward and to
Mr. J. M. McIntosh of Xewberry,
I needed. j. !fam. One large barn and tenant of mechanism and ought to find a told him that he wu going
"h very badly I Gainesville, Ga. L.
S. C., father of the late Edward
I house burned and quite a lot of fencing icady sale as it will easily facilitate along with his: sthtiw to drain >!t.:
:McIntosh of this city and who owns
Mw McQuire, of Southport, Pa., is amounting to quite a severe loss pouting up wire fences, saving the everglades: that two dredges \A r-"
Mr. Halsey U. Hulse who has been
!large interests here, is a visitor to !
J' the be the to Mr. Gaitskill. A large force was cost of labor well as hastening the
f\*!'H'tt'tt in city soon to with the Northern & Southern Lumber -: Ocala. Dr. McIntosh that he as now at work and three mile- da*!
for the says fighting the fire to keep it from v.ork. Mr. Haycraft has an invention,
t. '('III of Miss Annie Mixon out been comp). h.d through !soil! lock
0 company at Cornell for some would rather visit Florida in the win- '
remainder of the winter. spreading to the groves, and it issaid which if properly placed on the market .
that the rim bad ...
j months, has gone to Martin, where ter than go to the mountains in the 1111 ::
Mr. Gaitskill had a narrow escape make;: him independent. .
:he has with may and very little rock would again; i
accepted a position j
Mazie and little daugh- |summer. He has made us many visits -
j 5Ii8. Lyles : to keep from being swallowedup
\ encountered and the work from
Messrs. Crosby & Roess. rIll ion
I and Mr. George Blitch, ,,: and he says that each time that to
p Dorothy, i by the flames, being compelled People of Ocala. would 110H
spent Sunday with relatives at Blitch- he comes to Florida he feels complete- run into a pond of water. !: The greatest of modern amusements. progress
I *
:Mr. J. M. Aikin of Barnesville, Ga., restored to health. i very hopeful. The governor hano

I ton. who has been visiting his son, Mr. ; tI I! i Something entirely new for Ocala. yet made an appoiBimtiit ofn. ; -?n
Messrs. W. H. Nelson, Thurlow have been
tI Edison's wonderful pictures
j Mrs. William Piatt, of Kentucky, J.V.. Aikin, for a short while, left j Mr. H. C. Groves has returned froma I Bishop and Pierce were summoned to inspector in place f of Hw. \<-wun
to the public.
hitch promoted to tw of th rat?.
afternoon for ODe <
I went out to Martel Saturday to spend :Monday Parrisb
short business visit to Philadelphia, witnesses be-
Jacksonville Monday as Admission 5 and 10 cents. Changeof
1 awhile with her daughter Mrs. Arthur :he gce to visit his daughter.The where j way commissioners.Miss .
where he went to purchase a soda fore the U.S. Court in the case picture twice a week.
Hardaker. January Florida Fruit and |fountain and other supplies for his against the Wilson Cypress Co., for Attracting hundreds of the best people Sue Anderson to Entertain

,Truck Grower is on sale at the Ocala ; new drug stores in Tampa. Mr. obstructing the Ocklawaha river. ; especially interesting to the la- .
Dr. and Mrs. I.. F. Blalock returned Miss Suv AcderaoD Las towed mvltatuns

born.Ionda) from a week's News Depot, Mr. A. W. Bridges and [i I Groves expects to leave soon for Tam- dies and children. Don't fail to take for a large whit party' whkh:
to take charge of the drug store, Mr. and Mrs. A. P. Burnsides, of i
at Lacoocheo and with friends in 1 the Ocala House news stand as well as advantage of this ;5 and 10 cent en- she ...n! give on the eveafftg of Tb Ufi.
I \.1 which the Anti-Monopoly recently Greeacastle, Ind., are the guests of i It's'ortb while.
stands and hotels tainment. your
. Tampa. at the principal news tty; January the thirty-r t a' f.hrmf ;
bought out and of the new one that !Mr. E. C. Smith and family and will and Main streets.
Corner Ft. King
[ throughout the state. I tl, of her part:nts. Dr. and Mrs
they will in that city.Ir.:: for of months. Mr.
open OP here a couple
for and Monday:
of Saturday
Mrs. J. M. Bryan, Martel.spcntMonday Program William AMtreoa. The giM..rH'" of
in Ocala with her daughters, Mrs. Lanier and daughter, Miss Miriam t Grove's family will continue to reside Burnside and Mr. Smith are old college "Meet: me a* the Fountain," "Mid Lc-or are Hiss \IMl..ffI6f1' guest

Miss Lillian Bryan and Mrs. J. C.I I Lanier and niece, of Tarboro. N. ; in this city and Mr. Groves will friends and Sunday they spent night Sun" and the "Terrible Kids." Miff Thurb'.r Core, of \\' UnlttiD,

I Smith. I C., arrived in Ocala Friday afternoon j,spend ? great deal of his time here. j I jit McIntosh, the guests of their Standing room was at a premiumat I", C., and Miss Ktfaa WUIiartiuf

are the guests of Mr. and Mrs C. j jS. jlhe Ocala store will be in charge of ;I,friends Mr. and Mrs. W. E. Allen. the moving picture show last night.I La
Lijriana, and MiM Ante Bvllm fit
Miss Berenice Mark, of Jackson- Cullen. These ladies will spend I Mr. Howard Walters and Mr. Harry

villa, is visiting her sister Mrs. H. some time in Ocala with the Cullens 1 Walters will accompany Mr. Groves I| Big Supper At Kendrick. Skiddoo hi' city.

l. H. Lapham. She came down espec- and with their relatives, Mr. John lo TampaMr. j-The ladies of Kendrick will I '

-1ally to make the acquaintance of her :Pasteur and family. I I' !give a "box supper" on the night of The mantle of Cortleyou Sirs. Kow-IU C Coufey *** I>u4 d

t little nephew. Harry H. Lapham, jr.Mrs. i, Carter H. Dame returned home Friday. January 25th, at the schoolhouse Has fallen on Harry New ed Mrs. Bowen Pastel M *u-tv < 1!'

Death of Mr. Hollinsworth.Mr. j Sunday from Arcadia, where he spent I for the purpose of raising And each politicianOf tor cf toe JarksoevUte Metropolis.Mrs. ) .

C. E. Powell and children of C. H. Hollinsworth, who was several days in the interest of the funds for the benefit of the new every conditionIs Coolly is pn>otift.*tljr Men1 If. .)

Islington. Ky., who have been spending i in the hospital here for several Woodmen of the World of which pop- ;i church. The public is cordially invited craning his neck from his pres- with the Daughters: of the Coof, ter

the past two months at Daytonaand I days but was taken back to her home I ular lodge he is the state organizer.Mr. J to attend. A large representation ent position.And acy of this state and to a "graceful and

Ocoee, have returned to Ocalaznd ,at: Dunnellon died last Saturday and Dame is a zealous worker and under from Ocala will be appreciatedand wondering what he will do- clever writer and u4r br dlft>( 'anD

, are again the guests of Ms. Pow- was buried Sunday in the family hi* leadership the Woodmen in \ they are promised in advance a Phew, phew! we predict that the! seeMjr pav tIt

I (>11'* mother and sister' Mrs. M. D.I!banal grounds at Fellowship. II I I this state are rapidly increasing in "good time." Come friends and give What on earth is he going to do? the Metropolis wtll prove anon j> n>!'t!

Thompson and Mrs. J. E. Chace. Friends extend sympathy nmnbeTs. us a' "helping hand." With Platt and Depew? lar than tier.d .


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The Ancient Fiddler. -I I Mrs. James Reynolds.Mr THE NEWS OF DUNNELLON. wsrsr\55S \mtaVes ?JfL?!

John }I. Graham spent the past

The Georgia fiddler lives a long week with his parents, Mr. and :\Irs.L. \'M -

1n" time. The sweet singer of the Whit- :r. Graham.i Special cor. Ocala Banner. (iteet\ tG1.\ee. \\ \ 09S

sett Courier sings of him : t i wedding-ah, a wedding. And we Mrs. E. Clement went down to iRVptQVeS
L L1n
r)\ "I reckon right soon are always happy to chronicle them. I Crystal Wednesday spend a few j G1nt tau\\&. -j

: He will read his life's riddleI I I Mr. and Mrs. E. L. Mills received weeks with her sister. Mrs Jackson. i i\\mu\C1\\ng' A.tOTAC1

neG The old man's a hundred I During her I I i in
I this card a few days ago: Mr. and stay Mr. Clements will }

Kill I'tlon And so is his fiddle. I Mrs. R. B. Irving request the honorof take a trip down south to otersee the \ c\\t\o.\\\\S 1o'onccG -

Manon land.
tofll" your pretence at the marriage of

He played for the boysIn their cousin, Marion Eliza :Mills, to Misses Turner and Jones spent a I

cIas sij; the old timey days, Mr. Frank Gilbert Quigg, Wednesday 'tow days in Crystal eating fish and I and Co\\tt .

the f'". But the strings-they don answer evening, January the twenty- ey :ters recently. i .

r :t'\I Now when he plays. third. at eight o'clock at three twen I :Miss Willie Turner, from Georgia, I II in the fart Pig

Estj1JJ. tyF,ne Third street, Miami, Florida. who has been visiting Miss Estell, used farmers tobacco, grown

:: An' wih eyes that are mistin' Miss Mills is a sister of :Mr. E. L. I Turner, met a few of her Georgia': Three ways are by mont region, requires and tabs 'lut '

tab He puts it away; Mills of Connor, and is one of Connor .I;friends last week and went down to'I: for curing and preparing their tobacco than tobacco ic
] sweetening grown
Ho can't play the music s fairest belles. Homosassa on a '
forll fishing trip with: for the market ; namely sun

te .., They're playin' today. Mr. Quigg, we learn is one of the !them j iI and flue cured. any other section of the L; ratted Statesand
cured air
la3ic Cjt}'s.' prosperous merchantsand Friday night the fire alarm caused ; wholesome stimuUfog
I has a ,
Yf are :' The Old world has left him- is tery popular in that city. I la number of willing citizens to gathller The old and cheap way is called. air that ,

bul 0:, The New is a riddle: We tip '-fir hats to Dan Cupid for around Cocowitch's house, but be-j cured the later and Im- juicy full tobacco taste tAtai
The old man's a hundred stalling home his arrows of love and tore reaching the scene the fire was ; tobacco hunger. That's why ctewers ;

on 4B An' so is his fiddle! we bid the young couple bon voyage exinguished by one of the occupants. \ pro.cd'ay is called flue cured. because Schna 'r;

grf upcn thp spas of wedded bliss. Dr. I. Z. Stallberg, who has been: In flue curing the tobacco is taken prefer Schnapps{ *

:{' ANSONIANS FROM THE GRAHAM ALBERT ANSON GRAHAM. I I practicing in Dunnellon for a year i from the fields and racked in barns cheers more than} any other chew|

tb< VILLE AND CONNOR COUN and a half, will lea\e shortly for St. i I and that's why chewtrs if
THE NEWS FROM and tobacco
MciNTOSH Louis retain heat
}nth!i TRY. where he w ill accept a position > especially built to

with one of the leading professors Schnapps pass the good thin* a1tlc
.' Special cor. Ocala Banner: I! there subjected to a continuous high

thf Connor Jan. 21, 1907. C. H. Bateman, road overseer for of that city. i'j I the directone chc other chewtn,
Dr. H. M. temperature produced by
Taylor of
Crystal paid
ad- Come this district, is taking advantage of established
with me, friends for a day in until the is tint
pt. the Grahamville and Connor country. the dry weather and putting the pub'lic our thriving city a visit Thursday. I heat of flame heated flues which

trV roads in good shape. The citizensof Miss: Cleo Johns expects to leave that there are more chewers and mere
We came down from Ocala Satur brings out in the tobacco
Mclntosh caught the disease soon for Tampa, where 1
DC\ and she will entoi ;
day via the hurricane deck of a farm that pounds of tobacco chewed to tk
are doing needed and
at some improvementson the business college. I stimulating taste aroma
wagon, our mission being to see the the streets and sidewalks. The Misses Hollandsworth in states where Schwj
hate re-j i population
b*1tJn' old folks and while here have gathered Mr. B. T. Alley, of Norfolk, Va., is Urned to St. Augustine expert roasting develops in green

a few "Ansonians" for the OcalaI located for a few months at Capt. B. to resume j coffee. These similar give tobacco is sold than there we ta
.. their studies in the Catholic convent. I processes
ct anner. P. Dorsey.s. Mrs. Alley and little son r has
GJrel All of Grahamville, Connor and will arrive today. Mr. George Nevill was presented a I to both tobacco and coffee the chcerthose states where Schnapps act

)[rs. Charley Walker and fat days ago with a swell suit of I been offered to the trade.
Lynne are on the qui vive on accountof ing and stimulating quality that pop- yet
clothes by his friend the :
from Dublin Ga., ex-merchant
are spending the
fires. Fires are everywhere in this of is
winter with Mrs. Dorsey's mother, ,of Dunnellon, Mr. D. B. Kibbler. I ularizes their use. A loc. plug Schnapps more
section and the people are having a
t( hot time trying to conquer the flames. Mrs. L. M. Baldwin. Mr. L. J. Taylor, representing the The quality of tobacco depends economical than a much kwjer lot
Mr lY.. Gaitskill and wife with Grover Stewart Dnig
Company, is
ft In several instances homes have been their two little daughters Misses hustling for business in our town this I: much on the curing process and the plug of cheap tobacco. SoW at joe

in danger and are yet so, but not so Julia and Mary, from Winchester, K)., v.'(:(k. '! kind of soil that produces it, as expert per pound In sc. cuts. Strictly 10 A .J
much as a few days since. are visiting Mr. S. H. Gaitskill and i
F wife. fir W. Metcalf, the business mana tests that this flue cured and cent ,
During the past week farmers allover I prove 15 1 plugs.
;ei of the Dunnellon Pharmacy, has ;
this section put aside all farm Mr. John Jla '. one of our old citizens
been in the sick list for the ;
duties and walked the woods with rake died last Friday, after a continued past

and brush in order to save their possessions spell of sickness. John Hay was week. i! 11. J. REYNOLDS TOBACCO COMPANY AVINSTON-SALKM !sf (3
YI from the flames. Exceptfor an honest conscientious man and Mr. Bates of Charleston S. C., was j "

had a host of friends and will be sadly selling shoes for the Drake-Innes i ...s, t
the woods so far only a small
missed by ail of us. Shoes Company here last week. ', 40..4
i5"oi nt of turpentine timber and a LAKE WEIR. K. *.
Miss Tucker and Zetrouer. of Rochelle Mr. Ra&Is, superintendent of the I Smith _Mi"Funeral

A, fetw fences have been destroyed. At are visiting:, Miss Maude Davis. Crystal River Lumber is'I I!|I _

S t this! writing the fires are (It ins out, Major Banks company i,Ii i '
of Barnesville, Ga., is here'isiting the branch mill. j I Special cor. Ocala Banner: : Directors and Licensed EmbalnKYe
but there is still danger as long as stopping at the Baldwin hotel. Major Ii *
The barrooms j i Mr. Cason Bradford arrived Mou-
were closed Mon-
the dry weather lasts. Banks is an uncle of Mr. H. C. Price ;': 'i \ are equipped to do the very tart work anti MI
day evening from
lay Nashville to i
t on account of the death expend
The ground being so dry the farmers and great uncle of Mrs. G. A. Flewel- only the Intent and i
the t method
winter **
of )[ C. H. at his the
t.r len, of this He r. Hollandsworth. cottage on lake
place. is So:: old
at loss what do years !
; arc a to oats
Mr. Bradford is having his launch Telegraph Orders Receive Immediate A'. ..IISW
,- and is as active as most men of 63.: ,I ..,
and other grain should now be sewed I II
Mr. 0. F. Browning of New York painted and overhauled before putting
irrigation is what is needed. Several
city, is here for a few days, looking I it on be lake for the season j
of the farmers, we learn have I OCALA FURNITURE CO.
after orange property he is interested I Special cor. Ocala Banner: i Mrs. Fri'Mch. of Staunton. Va.. is j
faith !in the irrigation project and '
in. I A party of relatives front'arna I visiting:: Dr. and Mrs. 11. W. Henry. : jupei 1 and undertaking .
s. are hiving an artesian well sunk on Mrs. McKee and children, of Gerard Lake I parlors corn < -liUI: 'h Main Hn.'i J .., ," ntsaF
Avenue. '
I jon
111.'isited a few days at East Lake
the Hickman place. Messrs. D. L. Kans., left yesterday for Jack <* Itfltiir
I the home of I Mrs. J. L. Grntham and Mrs. K. Day Phone No. .
at Mrs. W. E. Fosnot. 10. .
sonville. Mrs. McKee xu. ., IIII
Hickiran( : Allan Gibson and Fred has been visiting I :t"f
.' Wellhi'rner! are the men behind thispffl1 her father and mother Mr. and Those forming the party were Mr. j H. Clements have been in Jackson-
""! Mrs. T. W. Smith, also her two sisters M. L. Norton, Mrs. D. C. Wright and i \ille answering a summons. to U. S. I ---- ------ -'- a'I ,

wat and oil.we hope they will strike :Mrs..1..A. Murrell and Mrs. L. son :Mrs. L. C. Brooddus and two 'j jcourt on a p Moffice.trial, for the past I I And when I trial to kit bur I IlUlWi... II R FanK w tit, i'IMF.
'r or
J V. Porter.Dr. daughters. Mr. Reugen Brooddus and :few days. She laughed and Mid. 'OM ......,r
. The Grahamville public school is I I i ___
. : G. S. Means and wife will go Mr. G. H. Coyle, of Jacksonville. All \ Dr. and ..Irs. H. \\'. Henry are entertaining head _

,,' .. luoving very smoothly down the pub- to housekeeping in a few days in their enjoyed lovely rides in the launch, : quite a party of friends You've got a habJ ......" Jt1tt U. tMlsri.. 'Ii. .... "
lic tool and Miss Holly the teacher, new home- have been _lad .
they .
t'. gettingit "Robert L." and steamer "Delia." The ,from Staunton Va.Mr. Jrl rlll11 fill' hr r," ....
, reports the average as very good. The into shape for the past two weeks.A ( Ms ,..
crowd moved on to St. Petersburg Nelson, of Ocala. who is superintending "WLat made you go to ..... M tttti, tip Ms..lt.trMIIM -
school has an attendance of 38. I move is on foot now to put a ... .f Ik ....
. :Monday for a several months' stay. the remodeling of the hotel I've half a rated to *.... you. fcf 'iwrll ...1 Ita- -
boat line
' The Hart line of steamers began on Orange Lake to connect
" Miss Edna Walton of Lady Lake, has lis: three interesting little For down she caw il* 147 MV-I to (nini-A I H' r hIhr __
I the Seaboard. This
; their winter from Palatka will give :Mcintosh -
'I trips to
the I better freight service and Msited here Sunday with her aim. children wish bin to spend the week lw.ctly a. I told you." '.. __ ...1 'tr> *J A..rrrMhll.hrd
Sringson January 15.
r I.., I quicker transportation than she has j 'Irs T. I:. Newport. ,ai the 1 ante tf Cr.pt. Russell. t.. 1101! > tr t.X)

Harrison So far only the Hiawatha. Captain enjoyed for some time in the past .1 Mr. Frank Newport will soon start Mr..1. Carsens met with a painful I!. Ao'. too.lr" Pttough IWM get .b, PMale_ ....,ii.ii. H K.r* I j

commanding has been on landing accident last Saturdax.. His batchi It ... ... J bit..'. .
.. freight almost at he mer I work on his new house. The foundation lit spite of TetTi dlellylu. '1..1.I .
the run. He reports a fine travel. On chant's doors. This will no doubt will be begun Wednesday, i let slipped oft!' the handle striking his Tor at that tine JwHrtary ra ian..*. l w i <..rtfC '
we t very she ....r1Ce
trip Saturday Capt. Harrison re I soon be in operation. The merchants hand with the I K
und:rstaIul. ( sharp p<>inf of the heard a baby N A, hod.
ported hat he passed the "11'illiamHoward" are getting quite a lot of freight over i erylag.The .. .
)Ir. W. E. Fosnot was called to hisnome I blade ir.flictrr.g: a large gash between r M roMWMtor J l II H<* *"*
f at the mouth of the Ock- the G.. & G. at Southside half i ;
in Iowa i i the thumb and forefinger which was J. >*... A fl fMM.. .
last "
week account'of ray "
lawaht. river in a disabled condition. miles west of Mclntosh. This boat I I on jumpeRl M* M* a .... ,
'; The rudder was out of order and the line will give us three competing the serious illness of his mother. sewed up by Dr. H. W. Henry. For mamma' roam t..111. *. l'MktrrY eulnrr; ,... t. h 1M t

= boat had for routes, md Mcintosh should get a I(I Last word she was slowly improving.Mr. But rrpa Mopped B* wyfe "1ttath U, A. t'IInRfrt.rl, .', ........++4
* stopped repairs. She .
it,,, "'". .. ,
' rtarlttt/' A Fosuot THE LADY Or else -
in good freight and passenger rates as writes they have about ; MOON. you can't eew. is ftAnJ ." (' .
came. Sundaymorning about sixteen I +ttrtrkl.N, J W < ....>
ja '.' any place in the: state. I nine inches of snow in the ground.Mr .......
hours late. I j i Mrs. Dr. Humphreys arrived home Clements iI ben I D. -......,.
On our way out from the "Brick ; took the train here I jThe lady moon fame down last night we bad to Uf0 fe, sua. U ? tarp II ha

Ciiy" from Jacksonville today where i Sunday for Jacksonville, where she ; She did; you need not doubt it. Or papa wHiM mak n tftfk j MMli.l f- ...'** I. 1 .rurt4SMar
Saturday had
a chat with she has been quite a while with a wacalled to the bedside of her '!A lovely ladydressed in whiteI'll .\ If U were lira great.* 4 ......I. M A .... .. fi / ,.. .
our foremost .
orange grower, Mr. E. .I sick daughter.Mr. I II I f Yt> INtr i h aN. K
O. Cordrey, of L'nne.Ir.: Cordrey L. V. Porter made a flying trip ('aunt. tll you all about it. Ti stake a Hit Ifr'IH.'twt. K ....... .', 11MstlllhsrrL1

has a ten acre organe bearing on I to Jacksonville this week. I'' -" -- I IU.' -It. ( MM .4KM*.

one of his places and he said that he I Mrs. Dr. G. S. Means is visiting BOARDMAN ITEMS. (They hustled Ted and me to bed. But here i* baby aayc.,. J. .w.. ('wear.c. K ...
I \ould gather at least eight hundred ,"her mother at Hawthorne.Mrs. I : And auntie said, "now maybe The funniest little .....; low... 1 J.sal h au Wsiv...uTSr Oawm II .! \ f 1..fIF .L

loxes of oranges from this grove and J. A. Murrell went to Jacksonville Special cor. Ocala Banner. I The pretty moon up overhead I wish you could JMt ..sil II tttsrr jI j .. __ .

that he would sell the entire crop to this week with her sister Maj. J. R. Banks, of Forsjth, Ga., Will bring us down a baby." And we her qvtm also M.... !

f Ocala merchants.The 'Mrs. McKee. is McIntosh for the winter visitinghis I Ted says lie hw't beti. Mrlf iI ....R..'.
v* Ivy
'I W. G. tra-
friends of Mr. Pat Norsworthy made a flying nieces Mrs. H. C. Price and Mrs. "You must be as quiet as you can He isn't
T. Randallare Kueh
business trip to Gainesville the first .Arthur Flew a fal y.As h il.sst 1'1..11... Ott
delighted to see him out again after +:of the week. cllyen. And perhaps you'll catch her peepj to tblnk the new hM .
t ..
.. MNklag
Mrs. McKee, of Kansas visited her !( .... io RI. tLtt M pn ;,t., far
t tt. a recent spell of sickness. .}; Mrs. Triimer from Georgia, is visit-I sister, Mrs. J. A. j doWith ...... ......... .. 111Ui" I r N -
Murrell and the
Among those who went to Ocala i iting her sister, Mrs. H. L. Dickson.Walkup George | window blinds to eee briogtac .. ik baby If h
Porter, Mclntosh.: > 'rrnr .. tr,. ", I gkrA
she If all the folks
Brothers as returned j are sleeping.
I i Saturday: were the following: | are putting down i hay ttttn

I iI Mr E .0. Cordrey, Mr P. L Duri-1,i nice cement sidewalks in front of I home last week. Mrs. Murrell accompanied ,( BAnd one tfaiai to me trry 111.11I a.f' *.ligh.t., ,lips.. a

r.i r.[ sor. Mr Sam Randall and :Mi. and ; their cnrnWalter- her as far as Jacksonville. then if both of you are still As clear as rawhK wst..r ply |M. n? < |I.> .

t i I., -- -- -- ---- I- Norsworthy has gone to I Mis Edith Brant of Kentucky visited I:l And all the room is shady: Last I oigbt there- WM MI bttty ...,., Ml SH'MA.: tltlut, .

! Jacksonville to take a business course her aunt. Mrs. Will Allen. last ''She'll float across the window sill And something oitisl hav.- hrotl1h I' "
1 I
t in college there. week. I A bonny white moon lady.Across her
Di'.L H. I Th H ,, ,
Billingsly is ,
quite sick fifalrh'laro"1 Ml/1 ,.
Mrs II. C. Price made a hurried'! u, "is i,4l,,iy '. '
with al grippe.Dr '"' '
'I'j' '
,I If trip] to Ccala this week going down ; the floor and down the hall. I ral/ f" I .Lr.
u c. Walkup is just getting out 'I' "'.' I.t ..,.. .
Monday and returning Tuesday. YouT her 0'
see moving brightly.Until
after wrestling with I I I .
4 r roe a spell of la ,
., unppr | Mrs. II. L. Dickson is enjoying a i she reaches mamma's door I '".. ;.
c \Ii: -:-; Ti-iid Crouch, from 1ississipJ !visit from her sister. Mrs. Trimere, i And then she'll vanish lightly. '! ( d\ 91lV+,et.10Yar / IVV

'!'i:, i i-: biting her aunt, Mrs. J. A.i!'of Georgia. !i

f. Hate tots of good thm-- 'h'wdlt'n. : i Then in the morning you'll find. k .

II to eat Sonu of theiy an'-: :Mr! B T. Berch from Winchester, ) World Moves On. I i j If nothing happens, maybe.
I ; Kx' is quartered the If you're here or if you're M.
I at Davis house: gone. I She has left as something very nicc-- FISHEL

j I.imt'IimoO: .10 and l e for liar winter. World moves on: j j A beautiful sweet baby."

Apple .line*.', pts. an; T. L. :Moore, jr.. wife and children |Same old dark, an' same gray dawn-j ,

Qts . .23 and one tntni, Paris, Ky., are at the Paldwinlhotel. ji I I MMM
Red Mr. Moore is a prominent: Ken- ; World i When auntie went out pretty soon I :- ....: -
Kidiu- moves : : t
Beans can 1;I on I ::
lucky lawyer. Ted said, "Oh, auntie's only funning I

Boston Squash per i Mrs .1. K. Christian went to Gaines-1;What's one little* breath withdrawn !There's not a bit of lady caoon. j j hoes

can . . .l.c "file World moves on! '
Thursda i Or a baby coming: : Shoes
Frtnch Peas, small I "11'. E. H. Sellers wife and son. :Make your brst bhl-uGoing-gone!" j i; 1

can . World! motes on: I
111- and11': C. J. Barnes, from Paris, Ky. I tho-jght myself i it was a fib.
)Mushrooms small arrived -F. L. S
can. lac yesterday. These gentlemen For auntie is always chaffing. I
Cod Fish Ball. per can. Sic: hana fine lot of bird dogs with them ------ I J Shoes
,The tales she tells to Ted and' me
. Plum Pudding. . 50c and if it ever rains will do some COliimION 1
Would make you die a'laughing. !
Quartered Beets can .aer sporting with the quail of this set- I

New York State tion. I iLGIIHAH I
Apples '
I Dr Wm. Kenny, wife and children. I hoped she hadn't told a fib. l "

,, tiii in one gal cans ac of Paris. Ky., are at he Baldwin Ana yet I wasn't certain; I A new Spring line
Swiss Cheese . tOc house. I of Ladiet'and
doctor has his famous D So I laid right quiet in m> crib U

.. dog with him and is prepared to do TI>CURE toaruau And peeped behind the curtaini I Men's high

" .. business with his gun. like other Ken- fo. a MTGA E I II I and low

;; Gutck'ana SALT I* C-S1CK TTU rt 6Y mt (0 R S cut Shoes--just
. O. K K. GROCERY[( PRCVtMSYIKt: did not mean to sleep a wink. received : :
The YEARS TO Bt let BEST KD' 'NE C.flit But all without a warning.
Lake City Index asserts that "AlIIET FOR DISEASE n SIOCK of Apt*'*K1C
RES1OW ARVET E A/I D 11tA.f .u'I.Io 5 t1ll1A'd)%CV. I dropped right off and don't
Phone 14 Mr Ed. O'Brien is a South Carolinianby TitGM NAN'S IS NOT A 1039 BUT p.a t.1 StOtll, I't> j you }
birth. ; CtVf II A TSJAL ASS SA"TOUR A ,MA.S. 1 think, COM[ !RDUHD
notwithstanding the
bit of blarney. Apalachlcola'brogueand fO SAU6: iu.atTAjD.XSli:oact 25" CEHTSAFI.ClACl A UFfiaUfitD! 6T I i over wake till morning. > AND HAY[ A fIT I I i

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.iThen there stood auntie by my bed ..
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The Ancient Fiddler. I I Mrs. James Reynolds.Mr THE NEWS OF DUNNELLON. 'tH&\'
\\ VI \AYftfcmxi "
John M. Graham spent the past eC10" fttoacramptove*

The Georgia fiddler lives a long week with his parents, \Ir. and )Irs.L. .

time. The sweet singer of the Whit- M. Graham. Special cor. Ocala Banner. \u\'U\ves Wttw. Neat ",, GO''M

It'll Courier sings of him : i A wedding-ah, a wedding. And we Mrs. E. Clement went down to I .

"I reckon right soon are always happy to chronicle them. I Crystal Wednesday to spend a few-

He will read his life's riddle- I! Mr. and Mrs. E. L. Mills received weeks with her sister, Mrs. Jackson. I I SY\xmx\aYYivg Asama atifc tasteYV \au\\t

The old man's a hundred this card a few days ago: Mr. and During her stay Mr. Clements will

And so is his fiddle. take a trip down south to oversee the
Mrs. R. B. Irving request the honorof
Manon land. I \ ScVvxiapvstQtoacwcmd
your presence at the marriage of

t He played for the boys their cousin, Marion Eliza Mills, to Misses Turner and Jones spent a I

t In the old time? days, Mr. Frank Gilbert Quigg Wednes-i tow days in Crystal eating fish and j! Cottee

f I But the strings-they don answer day evening, January the twenty-1 oysters recently j

I Now when he plays. third. at eight o'clock at three twentyone Miss Willie Turner, from Georgia, S!

r Third street, Miami, Florida. who has been visiting Miss Estell j i Three are used by farmers tobacco, grown in the famous P'JeII-

An wi'; eyes that are mistin' Miss Mills is a sister of Mr. E. L. Turner, met a few of her Georgia i ways and takes !kit

I' He puts it away; Mills: oZ Connor, and is one of Con(friends last week and went down to I for curing and preparing their tobacco mont region, requires

, Ho can't play the music nor's fairest belles. .Homosassa on a fishing trip with ': for the market; namely sun sweetening than tobacco grown Many

k They're playin' today. Mr. Quigg, we learn, is one of the I I them. other section of the United States
I ; cured air cured and flue cured.
, Ia3ic City's" prosperous merchants Friday night the fire alarm caused ,

r The Old world has left him- and is very popular in that city. i I.I i The old and cheap way is called air and has a wholesome, stimulating

The New is a riddle: We tip our hats to Dan Cupid for Ista. ]- cured ; the later discovery and improved juicy, full tobacco taste that satisfies

The old man's a hundred, .tir.g home his arrows of love and ,fore reaching the scene the fire was j chewers '

: An' so is his fiddle! we bid the young couple bon voyage I exinguished by one of the occupants. :|\ way is called flue cured. tobacco hunger. That's'hy

f. upcn the seas of wedded bliss. Dr. I. Z. Stallberg, who has been !i; In flue curing the tobacco is taken prefer Schnapps, because Schnapps

ANSONIANS FROM THE GRAHAM ALBERT ANSON GRAHAM. practicing in Dunnellon for a year i i j than other chewing
from the fields and racked in barnsi cheers more any
VILLE AND and a half, will leave shortly for St. i
t-t,. TRY. THE NEWS FROM MciNTOSH Louis, where he will accept a position I>I especially built to retain heat and tobacco, and that's'hy chewers of

with one of the leading professors there continuous the good thing alongone
Special cor. Ocala Banner: t subjected to a high Schnapps pass
of that city.
Connor Jan. 21, 1907. C. H. Bateman, road overseer for I produced by the direct chewer makes other chcwen
Dr. II.1.. Taylor of Crystal, paid temperature,
Come with me friends for a day in this district is taking advantage of j until the fact is established that
the dry weather and putting the public our thriving city a visit Thursday.Miss heat of flame heated flues, which
the Grahamville and Connor .
countryVe I
roads in good shape. The citizensof Cleo Johns expects to leave brings out in the tobacco that there are more chewers and more
\ came down from Ocala Saturday '
McIntosh caught the disease and soon for Tampa, where she will en- I
via the hurricane deck of a farm ,are doing some needed improvementson tn the business college. I stimulating taste and aroma that pounds of tobacco chewed to the

. wagon, our mission being to see the the streets and sidewalks. 7he Misses Hollandsworth have re- in states where
in population Schnapps
' i roasting develops
did folks and while here have gathered )Ir, B. T. Alley, of Norfolk, Va., is t.rned to St. Augustine to green

a few "Ansonians" for the Ocala located for a few months at Capt. B. their studies in the Catholic convent.Mr. resume. I coffee. These similar processes giveto tobacco is sold than there are in

(.ann'r. F.will Dorsey.s.arrive Mrs. Alley and little son George Nevill was presented a both tobacco and coffee the cheer- those states where Schnapps has not
All of Grahamville Connor and today.
i Lynne are on the qui'I'e on account Mrs. Charley Walker and children, few days ago with a swell suit of ing and stimulating quality that pop- yet been offered to the trade.A .
clothes his friend
t I by the exmerchantof
from Dublin, Ga., theI
of fires. Fires are everywhere in this are spending Dunnellon ularizes their use. IDC. plug of Schnapps is more
winter with Mrs. Dorsey's mother, I Mr. D. B. Kibbler .

t section and the people are having a Mrs. J... M. Baldwin Mr. L. J. Taylor representing the i The quality of tobacco depends economical than a much larger ice.

hot time trying to conquer the flames. Mr. E. W. Gaitskill and wife, with I Grover Stewart Dmg Company, is j!

In fcveral instances homes have been their two little daughters, Misses J hustling for business in our town this ; much on the curing process and the plug of cheap tobacco. Sold at 5oc

r in danger and. are yet so, but not so Julia and Mary, from Winchester, Ky.,! ,i":c('k. I! kind of soil that produces it, as ex- per pound in 5c. cuts. Strictly 10
( much as a few days since. are visiting Mr. S. II. Gaitskill and
Mi. W. Metcalf, the business manages that this flue cured and
During the past week farmers allover wife.Mr. I of the Dunnellon Pharmacy has pert tests prove 15 plugs.

this section put aside all farm John Hay. ono of our old citizens
been in the sick list for the '
duties and walked the woods with rake died last Friday, after a contin-

and brush in order to save their possessions ued spell of sickness. John Hay was week. R. J. REYNOLDS TOBACCO COMPANY WINSTON-SALKM, N. C. 1i
an honest, conscientious man and Mr. Bates, of Charleston, S. C., was ,

from tho flames. Exceptfor had a host of friends and will he sadly selling shoes for the Drake-Innes i ._. _

the woods so far only a small missed by all of us. Shoes Company here last week.: i|I

npnumt of turpentine timber and a: Miss Tucker and Zetrouer. of Rochelle Mr. Rawls, superintendent of the I LAKE WEIR. I I F:. C. iSmiih.i k..WNi

fttw fences have been destroyed. are visiting Miss Maude Davis. I I i
Crystal River Lumber is !
this! writing the fires are dying out, Major Banks .of Barnesvillc. Ga., is here visiting the branch company mill. j|Ii i Special cor. Ocala Banner: | Funeral Directors and Licensed Embalmers

but there is still danger as.! long as stopping at the Baldwin hotel. Major !I )Ir. Cason Bradford arrived Mon
The barrooms
the dry weather last:.. Banks is an uncle of Mr. II. C. Price were closed Monday {i day evening from Nashville- j We are equipped to do the very bet work and UN
morning on account of the deathof spend
The being the farmers and great uncle of Mrs. G. A. Flewel-I only the latest and best method
ground dry
so Mr. C. H. Hollandsworth.EAST the winter at his cottage on the lake. I
len, of this lie is S3: old
arc at a loss what to do as oats years Mr. Bradford is having his launch Telegraph Orders Receive Immediate Attention.) ;
and is as active as most men of 63.:: j
and other grain should now be sew LAKE NEWS. painted and overhauled before put
Mr. 0. F. Browning of New York
: (d. Irrigation is what I is needed. Several I ting it on the lake for the
city is here for a few days, looking I I season. OCALA FURNITURE CO.
) of the farmers, we learn, have after orange property he is 'Special cor. Ocala Banner: I .Airs. French of Staunton, Va., is -

faith !in the irrigation project and ed in. I i visiting/ Dr. antMrs.. H.V.. Henry, I I Jupel and .
intercst-1 .\ party of relatives from Varna, j i undertaking parlors corn < Not'h Main Sto et M are hiving an artesian well sunk on :\lrlcJ. ee and children, 'on Lake Avenue. I
111., visited a few days at East Lake, I 4& ,vrftleDay
the Hickman place. Messrs. D. I. I rard, Kans., left yesterday for Jack Mrs. J. L. Irpntham
Mrs. K. Phone
I at tho home of Mrs. W. E. Fosnot. | I XI$, t't M '0' ..4 Iff
sonville. Mrs. McKee has been visiting
llickran, Allan Gibson and Fred I: Those H. Clements have been in Jacksonville
her father and mother, )Ir. and forming the party were Mr. j
Wi'MhTner!! are the men behind this I' 0- !
answering a summons to U. S.
Mrs T. W. Smith, also her two sisters M. L. Norton, Mrs. D. -C. Wright and : .
projwl, and we hope they will strike court And when I tried to !kiss her I CimffwH.l4
on a poMoffice for the I StMld"9
I past 91Ht Cy c.wwr
Mrs J. A. Murrell and Mrs. L. son, Mrs. L. C. Brooddus and two I
water or oil. :few days. I She laughed and saM "Okl ttlw y+
V. Porter. daughters, Mr. Reugen Brooddus and I! I _
1 h.' (Jrahamvillo school is head
Dr. and airs. II. W.
Dr. G. S. Means and wife will goo Mr. G. II. Coyle, of Jacksonville. All Henry are entertaining
h1U'ln"pry smoothly down the pub- II( quite of You've got a baby sister. *. Jab* H. R+Mrlloiw. ib s.ltlt
housekeeping in a few days in their enjoyed lovely rides (in the launch, a party friends
lic maid and Miss Holly, the teacher, new home-they have been getting I"Robert I." and steamer "Delia." The !'from Staunton, Va. ttet.4 .it-s. elf k oast e.o 11-qa

reports the average as very good. The it into shape for the past two weeks. crowd moved on to St. Petersburg Mr. Nelson, of Ocala. who is superintending "What made you go to sleep r O Ittt* ? 1 fe sN+"M 11r nto.... ...

fechonl has an attendance of 38. I A move is on foot now to put a Monday for a several months' i the remodeling of the hotel I' -e half a mind! to scoM} yt y. t aa of tbr rM> rmwrN MM bakM htrtr.

Ine Hart line of steamers began boat line on Orange Lake to connect stay. has 'iis three interesting little For down she came the lady 1,1Itf). avaacfc i., ,.,.. m .Mb>> afrf efts

their winter trips from Palatka to with the Seaboard. This will give Mcintosh ( Miss Edna Walton, of Lady Lake, children wit Ii bin to spend the weekat Kxrctly as I told you." tile aaaw ... tirortr lrrrotltli
visited here
Sunday her
better service andquicker aunt
Ibt' Springs on January 1:;. puNlolr4 torniMKitU Iattrotplll
!the lome d C"It. Russell.Mr. i t
transportation than she has Mrs. T. E. Newport.Mr. tI
So far only the Hiawatha. Captain 1. I "....; N A r" N R
enjoyed for some time in the past, I Frank Newport will soon start Carslens met with a pain- AM s,:re enough, lwa>> nut a "-. ;
Harrison has been K. N.bMM. J Itc. tMlra.o.Jf14kt.ry .
landing freight almost at he merchant's work on his new house. The foundation .i jful accident last Saturday. His hatchet In spite of Ted's denying;

the run. He reports a fine travel. On doors. This will no doubt will be begun Wednesday) slipped oft' the handle, striking his Por at. that very time abe fiH'tl.e teUolMtttM-.1 M'1'nadi
the trip Saturday Capt. Harrison reported K. ...... H A. 1rtNr .
'soon operation. The merchantsare understand..Mr. hand with the sharp point of the \\ : heard a baby crying.
that he passed the "William getting quite a lot of freight over (blade inflicting: a large gash between / +... ............ I Ii fialfat.eq.
I W. E. Fosnot called his
was to
ilowaid" at the mouth of the Ock- the G.. & G. at Southside. one half ;i the thumb and forefinger, which was The T. J. 0..... AI (solos
nome in Iowa last week: on account .; Y."e jumped and wade a ......
lawaht. rhcr in a disabled condition. miles west of Mclntosh. This boat 'sewed ('rortrty ruMwltt.r--K k .toil
by Dr. H. \V.
: up For mamma's room that
of the serious illness of his mother. miwtle,
The rudder was out of order and the line will give us three competing (I..t. t'a........ .'. ../..lor
Uui hall btopped for repairs. She routes and McIntosh should get a I Last word she was slowly improving.Mr. But r"l>a sloped us haying "{*!...*. b,4 ,._,.. A 0. fish (, A

good freight and passenger rates as Fosuot writes they have about ; THE LADY MOON. Or else you can't come In It",1n1 r..*...... J W ilMhfnNMBttttw +
came in Sunday morning about sixl i ..
any place in the state. I nine inches of snow in the ground. iI!' l .Mer .T J Mm J
vn hours late. Mrs. Dr. arrived i then! had U.I B.a-rfM .. u A fig..irtMMi
Humphreys home Mrs. Clements took the train here I The lady moon came down last night we to tiptoeIn. .
On our out from the "Brick 11a11t.1 .'........
way } A 1...1
('II)" Saturday we had a chat withou I from Jacksonville today, where I Sunday for Jacksonville, where she j j jwa. She did; you need not doubt it, Or papa would make tie track H.As .iwtwl. H \ ft*. A 0 llNe>'.

... she has been quite a while > called to the bedside of her i A lovely lady dressed in white if it were the greatest Bin *HM, ............ f' K INN I
foremost orange grower. Mr. E.I I sick daughter.Mr. I aunt. ,' I'll tll you all about it. T'> r.ihke a little, racket K N...... t. KMinlw

O. Curdrey. of Lynne. Mr. Cordrey I 1* V. Porter made a flying trip leoilotrl,1, e-......---.. ..........
baa a ten acre organe bearing on to Jacksonville this week. J. "'. CNIII r K AI..
one of his places and he said that he I Mrs. Dr. G. S. Means is visitingher BOARDMAN ITEMS. I They hustled Ted and me to bed But here is baby, anyway, ..... anti ..... Cfah,- T J.

HoulJ gather at least eight hundred mother at Hawthorne. And auntie said, "now maybe. The funniest little midget( ; O..P II. J. It N./ttttor. M A r'"M

1 Mrs J. A. Murrell went to Jack :Special cor. Ocala Banner. I The pretty moon up overhead I I[ wish you could Just jteeji In new 'j jAnd 'I -
braes -
of -
oranges from this grove and -
sonville this week with her sister, Maj. J. R. Banks, of Forsyth. Ga., Wilt bring us down a baby. see her squirm and 1M,.. ,
hat he would sell the entire crop to t 1iuflRl, tilaitii ,..
Mrs. McKee. is in Mclntosh for the winter visitinghis / Ted he don't ..
Ocala merchants. Ii says believe ll'a tn i
W. G. Norsworthy made a flying I nieces, Mrs. II. C. Price and Mrs. i'"You must be as quiet as It
you can He isn't such t* .iu .
gaby I
a lMlI
The friends of Mr. Pat T. Randall business trip to Gainesville the first L 1 I" s uM
are delighted to see him out again af- of the week. Arthur Flewellyen. ; And perhaps you'll catch her peep As to think the moon had aojrthifig to ..kIs. tdo4kr. i. .ostllgl Witt ti.Ml .>>

l. r a n-rent spell of sickness. Mrs. Triimer from Georgia, is visit-I Mrs. McKee, of Kansas visited her I ingBehind do11ith ... timber W r "u. ...... a4t

.lioong those who went to Ocala iting her sister, Mrs. II. L. Dickson. sister, Mrs. J.:1. Murrell and George I the window blinds to see bringing us the baby. i tI M by .v.j. nr 1iis4 a 'nN,.
I I Porter of Mclntosh. as she returned I If a1! the folks are sleeping.And I Me ..... '
Fatnmav were the following: I Walkup Brothers are putting down '! 1JI1'" Moths $11111! wbed
nice cement sidewalks in front of I home last week. Mrs. Murrell accompanied But one thing to me is very pIMa, .s .
i1 tMM
IBO Curlirt') Mr. P. L. DunI. sill i. saM
.>' Mr Sam Randall and Mr and '!'their store. : her as far as Jacksonville. then if both of you are still As clear as running water. sI'!..,. i"M414fliit
Walter has Miss Edith Brant, of And all the is Last night there was no baby loon
!i Norsworthy gone to I Kentucky, visited :I room shady: I .......,.
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Jacksonville to take a business course her aunt, Mrs. Will Allen last I(She'll float across the window sill And something mint hare M.1ftt -. .

I i!iin college there. week. + A bonny white moon lady. her.Beatrice. T.... "t'lth" i .rut i KII" ..*.1.? 'oIi \ r
-9 I Dr. J. H. Billingsly is quite sick i :Mrs. I1. C. Price made a hurriedtri I Marean in 1'. tl-ar-ula 1",1r..1.
1t-1I4111t..1 I .
I I with al grippe. i iI tI III' foun; ".ttt, 4 a ,
;> to Ceala this week going downlondar 1 Across the floor and down the hall], mint hH ,
Dr. H. C. Walkup is just getting out! ( MMi : trahI
I i:\ and returning Tuesday. i YouT see her moving brightly, / - fl
Clark Bros after i .. fI
wrestling with a spell of la i I -
Mrs. II. L. Dickson is 'Until she
i enjoying: a j reaches mamma's door
grippe I Ir J\IVV '
Mi.ss Telia Crouch from Mississip-J j i visit from her sister, :Mrs. Trimere I, And then she'll vanish lightly. I; fltN \IVW 'NW

ii cp'"orlw pj. is visiting her aunt, Mrs. J. A'i i lot Georgia. I :

1'_ -? UTS of good things I I Flewellen. :i I IMr i Then in the morning you'll find.

') cat Soup of them are. i I B T. Berch from Winchester,It j)! World Moves On. I! If nothing happens, maybe,

t Ky. is quartered at the Davis house:lf you're here, or if you're gone. I She has left us something very nice- M.FI5tiEIJIShoes

I. :t' Minis .10 and 1ep'h' ; for the winter. j World moves on! } A beautiful sweet baby." i
T. L. Moore wife and i Same- old dark, an' I
.11 Juice (Its. anti! i jr. children, same gray dawn-1 ,'
I from Paris Ky., are at the Baldwin !! --::::
qts. . .:23!; and 40e I ; I Wbc-n auntie went out pretty soon L _. ..
hotel.! Mr. Moore is a prominent Kentucky -J World moves on! I a. 111111
ReJ Kidney: Beans, can lrI1v : I Ted said, "Oh, auntie's only! funning, I
: .on Squash: per !What's one little breath withdrawn? There's not bit of I
a lady moon.
I Mrs. J. K. Christian went to Gaines-i:
World "on
j moves Shoes
can -1c alle Thursday. I I I'I

French Peas. small Mr. E. II. Sellers wife and son, {!Make your best bid-"Going-gone!"' 1. I

can ; lOc I and Mr. C. J. Barnes, from Paris, Ky., World moves on! : a fib I

Mushrooms, small can. .15e arrived yesterday. These gentlemen. '. L. S | For auntie is always chaffing. i Shoes

CoJ Fish Ball per can 25r have a fine lot of bird dogs with them I jlhe tales she tells to Ted and me l

- A Pluto Pudding . .5Qc and if it ever rains will do some Ii. nnAiCoNDiTIoN Would make you die a'latighing.
sporting with the quail of this
Quartered Beets sec.I
can :: 11r I

1 New York State Apples lion.Dr 4It I !hoped she hadn't told a fib I Ii
Wm. Kenny, wife and children l
in one gal cans .3e; of Paris. Ky.. are at he Baldwin w i And yet I wasn't certain; A new Spring line of Ladies'

Swiss Cheese . . fOe house. The doctor has his famous i So I laid right quiet in my crib \

.t dog with him and is prepared to do TftfC'ttYIUo:7d CURE: '' ED I II' And peeped behind the curtain.i and Men's high and lowS

business with his gun, like other Ken- S T-0. JIinOJP

f. O. K. GROCERY( tuck'ans. ,I PDWtN IN unit error ICK tr 6r l1lf R i: did not mean to sleep a wink cut Shoes-just received : :

Of HANV YEARS TO BE THE&ST B'Cmf:! CI ft i; But all without a warning,
The Lake City Index asserts that HASKH fOp DISEASE m sioc of AH 11'1105
I RCiiBfto NRmEArDrtAJiA/T: N1EStTtfgtO txcnu I cropped right off and don't
. Phone ii Mr. Ed. O'Brien is a South Carolinian TIlCHMANi IS HOT A FOOD ear r ao STOC *. i j you J
by birth, i HATE
and bit notwithstanding of blarney. Apalachicola the brogue;); fCOSALEbVL.tRtTAS,1iLuLSTS oaItE: 25 CENTS MlfJft.aUlt ama By .! I iicver wake till morning. ( j mi) t

Times. A icERn n&SiEWA RTPAm I
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ft M4t* SARA ELIZABETH HARRIS., '!, Miss- Americus P. Pilalns. of Electra -(THE EPISCOPAL CONVOCATION. meeting with the convocation in this i r AN APPROPRIATE POEM.- the stately head was bow'd i J

Local Editor. is attending the State Female city and expressed his thanks to i As breaking from their scattered rank J I

college at Tallahassee. Grace Church Consecrated Wednesday Bishop Gray for inviting him to be Rockwell, Fla., Jan. 18, 1907. around his steed they" crowd 1

}lr..1. C. Pillans the prosperous Morning-Reception in the After present on this occasion. He said he To the Editor Ocala Banner: "1 did my best for yow" 'twas all -

LOCAL AND PERSONAL. merchant, farmer and fruit grower, of noon-Evening Services.At knew the difficulties that the Ocala i those quivering lip could
Thirty years ago last July when I any j
ller'ra, was in Ocala Thusday transacting i ,church had gone through and congrat- came to Florida, I stopped at the Ah, happy those uhooi death has

.. W. H. Clark rays that things iusiness. ten o'clock Wednesday morningi ulated them on the pretty little church home of a countryman in what is nowa sated the anguish of thai day J
i the fifteenth annual convocation of ,that they ave built. ,
i i
ttla .> K> at mm SpringsMr. I part of Lake county. Upon the porchI .
Rev. W. J. Folks of Juliette,. a man i the Episcopal church in the missionary : For twenty-five minutes he preached Weep on Virginia; Wtf thy li .-_ I
-------- saw a paper and picked it up; it was \
R. A. torfof returned homer so pleasant genial and companionablethat I jurisdiction of southern Florida very earnestly and eloquently. the London Spectator. given to thy cane in vain. II I

1' r...l.fay afttraouB frost a burin+.Est he is known as the friend of everybody Bishop William Crane Gray presiding The consecration service was a I While reading it I ran across a poem The souls who live to wear om... I I

f "eU t iuMr Jackw. .aville.. so much so, indeed that everybody was formally opened. very impressive and beautiful one and j called the "9th of April, 1S65." more the tTnl@ 'l gallta {'balnjoThe

calls him "Uncle Billy;' was [: At the hour named the visiting clergymen the church was crowded. ( I copied the same and since that homes whose light U .........h,..' :

l'Mtlr,. H. Lloyd aape-in: 'I't- In Town Thursday and from the size : led by Bishop Gray and Bishop At noon the convocation organized ;,time I have never seen the poem in for aye; the crave without a r

4.. .f the Buttceahach PMwphatcti1i I of the bankbills he drew out of the Weed entered the church. The and shortly after adjourned to reconvene -: print. The 19th of January, Lee's stone; i

.,- U. at Holder, was te the tit). ;bank it is unnecessary to say that j purpose of the morning service was at 2::CO: o'clock, a business session I I birthday, being close at hand, I The folded: flag; the broken -a.,: ;

r MIM 11Ttie /. he has rrn amuck of the prosperity the consecration of Grace Episcopal being held at :3:20.: :: At that hour the !thought it would be a nice time to the hopes forever Ioot,..aI

I jwave and L got the better of him. We :church, which has recently been Rt. Rev. William Crane Gray, D. D..
--- I publish same, if you wish to do so, j i iso
!rejoice.j erected in this city. bishop of southern Florida, delivered I I Yet rise by head fair Iud
cluck for he law court house i I that the old "Confeds" could get a''j t IMj !
Bishop Gray called on the senior his annual address. His address was I i dead died !bravely for the nub
haft arrived Mid a* MOD a* the dome I i' copy, enclose it. j j
The Di-Soto County News is rejoic-warden of the church, Mr. B. A.j not a long one and was a very fine J The folded Sac is statekMs full > !Ii
.* to rwtftaefts for it it win be placed : With kind regards and best wishes i I
;,ing in the new year and is sharing I]j Weathers to read the "instrument of document touching on many subjects'of for the new 'Ii i broken sword is .brichtXo .
Im It east '1.* and is said
the general prosperity the country. ]i donation." which is as follows: vital interests to the church in this I blot is on thy record 'nun.1 i :. >
Yours etc.
W toe of mechanism. ,
iu a very plcre Among other things it has installed'a 'KNOW: ALL MEN BY THESE PRESENTS jurisdiction.In I I treason soils thy faaeW .
., .. P. J. TITCOJIB.
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Mergenthaler lynotype machine. It I, : the afternoon from four to six II I! (' -p then thy tkIad. With cut.i. ,! I
Nfshup .. .. U We-d who preacb-
is in charge of Mr. Fred H. Davis, an i i! That we, the rector wardens and ,o'clock the ladies of Grace church heads tie mourn THE 9TH I
.Id the MNMseratlot senaon yesterday OF APRIL 1865. ,
operator who some months ago was .\estryinen of Grace church Ocala, in :gave a very charming reception at the I shame.
srrairtg a4 wh* has teen an inter-
,in charge of the machine in our of-1 I the ttate of Florida, and in the missionarr I Ocala House in compliment to the I -- -

-M guest at the coaTOcation. ret 'flee and who is a competent machin- jurisdiction of southern Florida I two bishops, the visiting clergymenand 'It is a nation's death cry! Yes the agony Has Purchased a Laundry.
..e4 MI JaehsuBviUe last night. I
: '
,istoperator. We rejoice in the prosperity having! in the good providence of' visiting daughters. The Ocala is past. Mr. Xewcomb Hare). son of Mi r ,u, .

| of the DeSoto County News !,God:, erected in the said city of Ocala! !(House parlors were thronged duringthe The stoutest race that ever fought today Mrs. J. M. Barco. of ftnwy SI I"H,..
Th tr. atone wa eat in yester- and at the general prosperity which i receiving hours and the receptionwas I' has fought its last.
a 'loube:: of worship for his DivineMajesty Farm near Cotton Plant, ha r. C"\I

dy *atMitttl front the mil Of Messrs. I'seems pre\elant amony many of the j I! do hereby devote and donate'I a delightfully informal affair. Receiving .rstart! and shudder; well thou ly purchased a steam .hua.*f> ai <\i I icaJia
1 lint a Taster. but the tire was ex- :' of the state. with Bishop Gray and Bishop mayest, well veil those weeping
1. newspapers the same to the worship and glory of and is having it spleadiilU! fill +

rpruld Milan' the arrival of the I Almighty God, the Father, the Son, I Weed were Rev. and Mrs. Harrison, eyes; .ed up.

I f.flllt oa the scene. !!1 .Mr. E. L. Maloney, the lessee of|and the Holy Ghost according. the I Mrs. B. A. Weathers Mrs. E. M. ]England[ may God forgive the past, Mr. Barco is a spleftdM young n.aa.

,the Ocala House, is showing great m'nistery doctrines, liturgy, rites and Howard, Mrs. D. Woodrow,' Miss I man, cannot but despise. and his friend In this aMtlon i-II

hiss asoasice Mark, after spending !I I!enterprise in all directions. He has I usages, of the Protestant Episcopal!Esther Weathers Miss Emily Ford him every success in his new Im Ii.: .,.

tI a fro days la Oeaia. the guest of her :>established a grill room in the Ocala {churcn in the United: States of America '!and quite a number of other ladies of I'i'es, shudder at that cry that speaksthe lIe belongs to ore of the ffflsuucuiht

feu-t Mr H. H. Laphasi, returned House Wine Rooms, where oysters j i by a congregation in communion ;tho church. south, supreme despair, ed families! of Marion county allt t th

to her hose ia JacksoBTille yester- j In all styles, crabs, clams fish and j i iI with .aid church, and in union with From a pretty appointed table Thou that couldst save and sanest not Soto county gains' an eieelh'in < "r:

4a, AH was accompanied by her1 wild game, porterhouse: steaks ven- ,' he council thereof in the missionary whose centerpiece was a beautiful that couldst and did not dare Zen in Mr. Bareu.Thf .

!Itttt. nre. Lois Mark. izen, etc., are served and is also jurisdiction of southern Florida. bouquet of violets Mrs. H. B. Clark- Thou that hadst might to aid the -- ..

erecting a lunch room between the And we do hereby certify, that the son poured the coffee, which, with de- Right and heart to brook the Appeal to Reason. a -.. i I.,

The laud Lodge ttf Masons have i Atlantic I Coast Line depot and the ,, Rt llev. William Crane Gray, Doctorof licious sandwiches were passed to the wron I nc\vs) ap-r. is otfertea a n "ar<: A

uti I heir .ladfe building la Jackson J,I'I Ocala House, where lunch and hot i iI Divinitybishop of said diocese, !guests by Misses Janet Weathers An- \Yea Ii words ot comfort for the \\'l'ak.1 one thousand dollars fur the arr. -' (It

%iltf> for $M,. They will erect a coffee etc., will be served to the public !and the building aforesaid and the: nie Atkinson, Sue Anderson Annie strong hands to help the strong. I ex-Covetuor Taylor of Keaiu k kis

.*. > ll lag oa the hit in front of the : especially for the accommodation;lots or parcels of ground on which it Mathews and Thurber Gore. wanted by the courts of iha

fkttal theatre. th.* iert of which will '1I. 'of the rhat land the for trial far bill ,
travelling public. J is situated, viz: lot seven. Gary prop- Mr- Handley and her violin pupils garden of thy wealth, complicity In tI h

!I... 'Itt;.flat. ---' erty. as per J. R. Moorhead's survey :,,rendered beautiful music during the one haggard waste appears; der of f'x-OUVeJ'llOl' 0.......,. hr. "
---- The County Must Pay. rhe ashes of cratic rival it that
i i are fully paid for and free from lien .;afternoon as did also Miss Annie her sunny homes are seems 'urialists
Mr art Mr*. Barwiek and child I Mathews and Mrs. G. S. Pasteur. slacked with precious tears, accused of crintc. w. inaped .
'n the cause of Henry Gordon slierit .'or iaoum'jrance in law or equity, and :
tea. >4 fluurala, are in Ocala and will The afternoon was characterized bya Pears for the slain who died in vain Iu Colorado and lias-1",
!:from all danger of alienation from
against the board of county comrisiioners [
.|M tried before Judge Bui- ';th so who profess to hold to the doctrines .i gave
fee 4aafcH r of the late Rev. George ,visitors an opportunity of seeing and Pears; tears of bitter angUish still court of the Totted Watt riu>'
lock of the circuit count, in which i 1 disciples and worship of the
t ierrl. a4 i. a Here of Mrs. Edward 'was involved the pay of witnesses :j said Protestant Episcopal church in.]meeting each other in a very pleasant For those who lived to yield. give any ledresa Rhea the < a..,

Malilsr, rf tatsrttyMr taken before it. The Appeal to It. ,
1 the Ini'ed: States of America and in
and jurors in criminal cases tried be-)1); way.Prsyer
--- said was held in the evening and rhe cannon of hei- country pe: ledStewart's wants to nee how the. sane < +>
of south
missionary jurisdiction
W f Wm., of Tampa was :for justice of the peace when the parties .
in the "
act If '
'an: interesting talk on the Indian Missions funeral knell Taylor case H cat'
.me of th* saoa* ......... active and ,I are acquitted the circuit judge :,'ern Florida. 'j .
was made by Rev. Stahly I ler soldier's cheers rang in her ears his capture.
1 ..-1.1t.'n of the board of ilrtde t held that the county is liable and We do, hereby request that Wil-
!'liam C> Doctor of who has been Indian missionary as Stonewall Jackson fell.
-sne Gray, Divinity,
tIt mad many suggestions !;that the board of county co misison- ; I NOTICE.
,'bishcp, of the missionary jurisdiction;': for some years past. After his Inward one gallant Ashby, grave
sad he was always listened to with rt must pay the bills. Sheriff Gordon -
3f southern Florida to take the building .'address a short business session of j I swept war's triumphant tide, .
MtMha stale he elucidated every I was represented by Mr. Raymond; An pcTrx/as havtef baate II; n
i''spiritual 'the convocation was held. and Southern hopes were living :yet
miajMCt he touched upon. He is B. B'i'lock and the county by Mr. i' and property aforesaid under his azines Kloagioc ta the Oca la I'm ,,'
when Polk and died.
'' Morgan
afct to have oar of the brightest I'William NickerAlways jurisdiction and that of his.. Ul-rary ire rt'CtHMM to return .
in office
.tea lit the state and biB friends successors and to consecrate I biforo He first of Ffehrwuy.i iLOITK "
But he the leader whose word the
the said
.re loaklag forward to his career with to Be Depended Upon. building by the name and OAM$ inUbr
i Any one can mix right at home the Captains loved to wait,
i title of Grace church, thereby: separating .,
tiaridsrahle iatemtMr best remedy of its Kind known. The r.
I When a person gets up in the morning it henceforth and forever from all.'uuhalloived ,.,name "Cyclone" is gen to the fol- The noblest bravest, best of all, hath .

I I( with a dull headache and a tired ; lowing prescription it is supposed, bpI i I found a harder fate -"I -- ,' ,-
H Newconb Barco. wife of |stretchy feeling it is an almost cer- worldly and common uses I i|i Louis. always llloullat
[land ;;I i cause of its promptness in driving I Unscathed by shot and steel he passed I civil tMtw.. the .
yl m.r aw bumdnreian. arrived Thursday tain indication that the liver or bowels solemnly dedicating it to the service war was D'r' &<
I from the blood and vis-.
They are guets of the Arcadia or both, are decidedly out of or : cf Almighty God, the Trinity in ::tage of catarrhal poison system every relieving through; many a desperate field 'the south."

I how** while cutting ready for house--I der.At :.t"nttlcording to the doctrines :,.:this foul and dread disease! no matter Oa, God, that he hath lived so long I Sidney. "Well, wa..t '..
4 such times, nature the wisest L and lin d-to .
only yield ,
] laws and of the aforesaid where located. louis. "No. It... .. '
) Hunting Mr. Barco was Florida reprxMataitve I and best of all doctors, takes this : usages s "
Ji' for Phillips & Sons of I means to give warning that she needs j church, fnd by a congregation in un-i i j: To prepare the mixture: Get. from I nd 1SC5."
the help and gentle assistance which iO'l with the in the I'any hood pharmacy one-half ounce ':Along the war worn wasted ranks
Mv York Following the crowd and I : same, missionary I Fluid Extract Dandelion, one ounce
can be obtained from that old family : j! that loved him to the last Miss Jennie ("Crfbbett of ('..
of southern
his oats foot jvdcmeat. he casts his jurisdiction Florida. : Compound Kargon and three ounces
I remedy. BranJreth's Pills, which has With saddened face and weary face. I Kansas, is s(+..'ndiac a few" .1 i <
i<* trill MMMh Florida and in Area- been in use for over century. ;, And \vf do, hereby, moreover for >Compound Syrup Sarsaparilla. I.
a i well and use in teaspoonful doses I vanquished chaieftain passed. Ocala, the guest of Mrs. It. It I "
.... We wvtaNBe all such and wish They are the same fine laxative ouiselviand: for our successors in ; I II
after i each meal and at bedtime. Their own hard lot the men forgot : roll. Miss Oribbftt ha ben ;< "
i tonic used, :
for theist iueeeas in their new home. pill your grandparents !office surrender and renounce all right i 1 This is a harmless inexpensive mix- I .
when doctors were few and far between of they felt what his must be; ing several months at St P,-t. .:
I -\nMIa .Vews.Mr. disposing of said building or lots ture. which has a peculiar action up-
and when: people had to havea I CI allowing the use of the same in I II ;|on the eliminative! tissues of the kidneys (What thoughts in that dark hour must and l.argo with hl'l ''-uthfi C. '
be depended I
remedy that could absolutely ::- '
ti. White, the andHttrwaafvl + assisting them to filter and wring The heart of Gen. Lee. James CnbbfT1 and !i0"w c j fcc"
hustling upon.llrandreth's. j jany manner inconsistent with the spirit -i j
strain from the blood and system all
The cheeks with tears were wet, home
repreaenuthe of the Anttataai Pills can be dependedupon | and true meaning of this instru (catarrhal poisons, which if not erad- I manly way
F. .. of and are sold in every drug -- ---- --- -- -- -
j>er .paDY. Hagen ment cf ilonat-on, or of the consecration icated, are absorbed by the mucous 1I
store and medicine store either plainor Ii I
twB. Md.. was la Ocala Thursday coated. hereby requested; intending membrane and an open sore or ca

sad plated aoate glee orders. He says sugar J hereby truly to secure the same forever tarrh is the result.
and it, as it is the
Prepare some try
bat .'....... from the size of his or- LOST.-Saturday, January 12. between I. to the sacred purposes afore- prescription of an eminent catarrh DIRECT FROM OUR DISTILLERY

: dvr't Florida is enjoying her full Belleview and Polly's mill two said and to the use and purposes ofj i j specialist of national repute. x2
overcoats one dark blue and oneheavy
liMN of the "prosperity" boom thatis dark; Suitable reward for ,those who profess the doctrines prin-

Modulo the country. return to E.grey... Polly, Belleview. 1-25-2: : I jcipies and worship of the said church i Miss Robinson to Entertain for Mr.

-- Jin the said diocese. i:j ji and Mrs. Roess. WillOW DALE
will entertain
I Ethel
.................................. ..... t.....+# i Ia witness; whereof, we. the saidrector 'at;|'I
7} : : wardens and vestrymen, hereunto ;j a large card party on Friday evening -

OCALA BIG WAIL ORDER HOUSE. yet our hands and the seal of the i', February the first, in complimentto
i __ iI. ; Mr. and :Mrs. Martin J. Roess, whose
i :cuporation at Ocala, in the county of i i y.odlisl

1! Marion, state of Florida, this 23rd day :i wedding was a brilliant event of No-

P of January, in the year of our Lord, i j!'vernier last. Miss Robinson's partY iUI
i j 'is anticipated: with much pleasure by ViY
I :on en.,' Thousand, nine hundred and sev- :, the yo'mg people. n


II j Having purchased the saloon : I|: Rector. -- rULL'JS5 EXPRESS
I property formerly B. A. WEATHERS,

!' i operated by W. McGrath:: and made many improvements : Senior Warden, T. eedham 4

)r,, f .. on same, I am now prepared to handle .. ;1 STEPHEN JEWETT, QTS. ,,.cans PREPAID[

mail orders with the The 1! Junior Warden,
i greatest facility. large variety
Send us |2.85 and we will lnp you in a plain
of brands of Whiskies, Wines, Beers, Etc., now 4 ,I JOHN DOZIER, Tie Plumber case with no marks to show iuttevs, f<.urfuU
of WILLOW RYE exlrtss
u Cat reed enables me to fill the order of everyone on ; j I GEO. C. PASTEUR Try it and if yon don't find it all rLLt and the

tit short notice. The fitted 4 ; Gas ms.MACON.GA tasted send it Hick to us at our ex.
premises are now up especial j i GEORGE H. FORD, Tr, 9ijd fitter, best you ever refunded.
for this class of business 4 I pense and your $?.b5 will be inaptly
: ly the and your orders will s i J Vestrymen. = Isn't that a fair offer?

be tilled the came day they are received and shipped 1 Fol'owing!' : Weathers, the rector JU Remember we are distillers, so when yon t. IV
the church. Rev. Hendree i : I i I from us save the enormous profits cf the d t .u
:jOf George dh you
i on the first train In your next order include : ;Harrison I HAS OPENED "S NEW ers and avoid all chance of adulteration. You arc
read the letter of consecra- f
0 it frn:
sure of getting our whiskey just as cont

Hoganrs XXXK Rye tion.Tie I] SHOP ON THE CORNER OF f' i our distillery, without being tampered with in any
i iJ I for :!
i psalms the morning were \\-: )'.
read by Archdeacon Waddell, of I I Ii If you prefer com whiskey, we will send ernfourfullquartsofourALLMISINCLWR'SCORtt
J : The Best Goods on the Market o I i Thononosassa, and ReW .M. De- 'i SPENCER BLOCK WITH A f
I 'i. VlHISKEVlorS2.80.uprtssprepad."ooca
i i I jHart, of Tampa, read the lessons. FULL LINE OF SANITARY w buy a Utter corn whiskey !rein anybody d.c at

G. D. HOGAN i i I The consecration sermon was PI IIu ..It I any price.
e r
Our of perfect satisfaction or laonty
: : I preached by Rt. ReEdwin Gardner : H AND MODERN PLUMBING t?
YI refunded with shipment we nuke.
4 i weed D. D.. of Jacksonville. i; N goes every the Pc.
I | Ocala Florida 4 run-no risk when you deal with us as ownt1lS
4 I Bishop Weed chose for his text the : GOODS. WHEN IN NEED OF & I c) i; i'': of our company have resources of a million dollars
I I 0. I i following words from the fourteenth i ii ai y IfTC EEEtD'STIu' and will do exactly as we say.

u. 4 i! verse of the first chapter of Johni: j j B FIRST CLASS SANITARY l I THE SWIFT CREEK DISTILLING CO.

I i I I i| Oldest! WljisKey House in Central I Florid?, 4 4 ;"And the word was made flesh." i i 'nr es1trN: : MACON, GA.

Before beginning his sermon the i! PLUMBING .'LL ON HIM' A Owner of Registered Dittflery No. %9.. 3.8ft C..... C*.

4t...H........4.....6....Ote.H.HO.s0.H..H..N.ft bishop told of his great plasure in I r I v
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i The late Dr. John Hall, the famousPresbyterian 1. -

F FRANK HARRIS, Editor.P. Mr. James J. Hill, the great railway divine in an article up Colonel O. T. Green, who has recently -I, 4I'a S

V. Leavcngood Business Manager. magnate in a recent Interview says Ion! "Growing Old Gracefully" cited the returned from Washington, in i

------ -- ------ that in the past thirty-five years he ''following incidents and comments: speaking of the bill to increase pay Jof J Girlhood and Scott's Emulsion ate

i has not known such severe weather : There lately passed away an aged the members of congress said: "I I i
linked together. tQt
conditions as prevail in North Dakota : man born in Washington but living :'was long of the opinion and doubtless I: tOt '
and other points west of St. Paul.
:a long and public life in Boston, and many others now are that the !!
Strange as it may seem to Floridiansthe ;! life of !! Scott's Emul- 0l '
!iso placed as to take necesarily his a statesman in Washington 0 The girl who takes
there is three and four '
snow out
share in the conflicts of view and 'was easy, but repeated visits to' red blood he it
feet deep on a le'el.Ien and women salon has plenty of rich, ;
feeling of which it was long the cen- and association with ,,

1, cannot walk except with snow !tre. Withdrawn from public life he 'members of congress has convinced ]I Ii i 8 plump, active and energetic. :
rt shoes and horses cannot travel at
.' :came to New York to live. He did i me that when a congressman dos i J i
all. On some places on the : t)
not lose his interest in it. No longer his duty he lives a real strenuous life :()

''!''Great Northern railway the snow is securing the attention of the comimunity ;i and undoubtedly is entitled to the I'i ;t) The reason is that at a period when I a girl'i t)

1, !from ten to twenty-five feet deep and i he never was tne sharp criticof :i increase proposed in the bill. ..: digestion is weak, Scott's Emulsion tOt

__ .___ _' h ___ _(freight cars have to actually be dug "An illustration of the
those who now fill the public e 'e. work that i
I nourishnwftt
Motto The Banner, believing those provides her with powerful *
; lout of the snow. The Great Northern has under I Ijttat : ;t)
Gentle genial considerate to men un- come my observation is
at the top well able to take care of Chas had to have as many as fifteen I form.
t known and unborn when he was at j. Hon. S. M. Sparkman member I easily digested 8g
th.m lvet. has taken its stand in the "hundred men employed to keep the I 8
I the height of his fame he appr.eciat- !from this district: up in the morning ,
barricades with the common people tracks clear of snow and yet have lat
i eel a common civility as it were a favor six o'clock dictating correspon- i
and its fight will be made for the betterment found it impossible to do so. The : and in absolute lack of self-con- I i idence before breakfast : attending ,I Ii ; It is a food that builds and keeps up agirl's 8Ct

of those at the bottom. weather indeed has been so intense
i sciousness drew all hearts to him. committee conferences;. investigating : strength. \; :
-- --- -- --- ---- -- that it has been impossible for the
FRIDAY, JANUARY 25, 1907. I But for the careful step and slower matters before different departments [

--- -- I men to work. i speech his years would have been it frequently being late in the evenj j 1,
Yet here in Florida we are living i!forgotten in his calm. sympathetic enjoyment Ing before the day's: work is over. He, i
The Tampa Tribune thinks those I with doors and windows and actually ALL DRUGGISTS: 50C. AND $1 .00 I
open of the present and the hope- i 11 am reliably informed pays over two
"eirthquakes are getting uncomfortably inhabitants live on i II III 8
our ful outlook on the future. He grew I j thousand dollars every year intaxes in J
close. and verandasand i
the porticoes
told gracefully.I JHIllsborough i county and yet slaves

I'tnoFylrania--newspapers--- ---- continueto except for one short 1 I I Men of mark often fail in this re harder than any member of the bar -
disgust Kentucky citizens by ad- spell we have had no fires, men are i iI I gard. They were men of genius in engaged in the practice of law. ,1 HELEN KELLER AGAIN. i GETTYSBURG'S GftAMMEWftiHirtag
their shirt sleeves !
tncLition to boil the drinking water. going !their time but they are all gone now. "Captain O'Brien, president of the i

I women have not had the opportunity National Pilot Association who led j I
used have and
i They to courage, piety
---- i j is lour tar' uf ...1........
Helen whom
to their winter and Keller, of we spoke
Scientists: say that the man of the wear wraps wisdom. Alas! alas! they have de the great fight that defeated the Lit- I

future; will be taller but the cost school boys are going barefoted to ,parted- tlefield bill to do away with compulsory yesterday's paper, now a grown woman strife tits asstsrttlapll.rq farltslnd

of thing is making the man of the school. 'Fled to brutish beasts, pilotage told me that his success spoke to a large audience in New bt are taftMtoU H teas a....

Great is Florida of the United t York last Tuesday night Her teacher
shorter and fchorter.-Atlanta I in the
present And men have lost their reason. fight was largely due to batik was Oattytrhair; pN0ap. sit(
Journal. States! I the work and judgment of Mr. Miss Sullivan now Mrs. John A.
Thus they criticise find fault complain Spark .
Macy, of Boston, and Dr. AIesas kT the .... .. r.. -p-as" M IMoft,
---- --- I man. and he meant word of
belittle and scatter the seedsof every .
In dis life don't be too quick to blow A WONDERFUL WOMAN.The it. Graham Bell of Washington. the inventor tsr. Ie ecralilurar.. k ...... II
general discontent, so that their !
out de gas.; Wait till the bill comes departure awakens little real sorrow. "Mr.: Sparkman is now with the of the telephone, were with was a httto ,.a._ ...*. bit "tf1I

ID, an' den you'll have a good excuse of the human mind ; her ai d as Miss Keller spoke lo Dr.
possibilities j One feels relief on their account. retirement of Mr. Bauknight. the senior of accMtM Th* lilt fe, ... ?aiJ

-F.LS. under the most adverse conditions i jiney have escaped from a degenerate l member of the democratic party Bell he repeated what she said tot J lid: Itatad crulhriell, which p..rat,

'. The Ocala Banner- -has-discovered- 1 a have never perhaps been so wonder- (lager! of the rivers,and harbors committee the audience as her voice\ wa* stated a gaaeral.1rr..t sM.seroad .

'' sufficient to fill the auditorium.It .
means to make the editor happy. It fully illustrated as by Helen Keller. i We know many persons who sin- 'before this committee originates all day, aa taetitmatfor wak-H d.

consists simply in handing in that Blind deaf and dumb it would jcerely I believes that there are no great :the rivers and harbors bills, and is said that Miss Keller'; voice d a aortaera ea"pm. ssd ..tMl'. cwuiMad

have seemed that the education of her thanks to Mr. was sweet, low and clear, but her ... .....
back year's dollar and paying another i I men now. Had you seen; or heard Sparkman's long and a army aad i*"
remaining faculties would! have been faithful service and hard he vowel sounds were those of many the third ..
In \'tlce.-l..akp City Index. i General Jones sir in parish of Old work lora hope apaa wktrk t

--- -- - --- impossible. j:Court in Virginia, or lawyer Smith has the sincere respect and confidenceof Ronuiice tongues making her accent Iap hurled back eadadUpoa 'ata.a'n

Nevertheless Her mind has not I in the chairman of that board Mr. vaguely foreign without allowing it the MNMaera side etrrr mu-i.
From Florida comes a story of an !up Vermont or Dr. Brown up ini

alligator swallowing a live little pica- only been developed to a high degree i Ulster, or the Rev. Duncan McLeodin I Burton, (undoubtedly he isIr.. Bur-: to be distinguished as either French 'let was HBBJtii at kmtaa ...... .......

ninny and when told of it the mother and she has exceled almost every .Aberdeenshire as they did when I :on's right-hand bower) and the entire (1 I I. 'ian or Spanish. In introducingMiss hoadrnd Haw I MOB thr. uurtb

exclaimed: "Bless Cod, de race prob- young woman with whom she has ;I they were young, you would have board; not only that, but Mr. Keller Dr. Bell said era' side all bat a tea i>....> ....!

lem didn't git him.-Atlanta Consti competed in the schools. She has [known what talent. genius ability! I Sparkman stands high in the regard "I knew Miss Kelelr as a little girl the same raaareNapokma.

tution. taken a full course in Iladcliffe college -mean. Alas! there's a melancholy lof the members of his own party and and now when i come here: to takejthe 1h4gattt .,.u....,*'

-. --- for girls, which has a wide a cur- ,,j change: But where? In themselves. i the respect and friendship he receives I Ii I place of her teacher for the I would have wuadetwd m the *r.a.

Whenever I'resideai llooaevelt gets riculum and as high a standard as :| niese exalted. heroes were then very i from the republicans is due to I I eight I find her a young woman. I 'prvc ataa aad 1M II swat mar irf ta*

in trouble with congress his strongest any such institution. This may be ;high above them and impressed them his mental acuteness and close observance come from Washington where I had IOU of fit sad Aanajatvr darn

ilt fenders come from the demo justly called the most remarkable I j accordingly.! They have themselves and hard work. He is not ether engagements, but I couldn't resist :!would rather have kaaa Barford craw

crats. This because he is almost on achievement of the science of educa .I risen somewhat. Distance no longer often heard as a speaker for that is her telegram saying she needed bU diaawaatadHO haru n ua .....

the platform of that party.-Madison tion. '|lends such enchantment to the view. not the way appropriations are rein me. I II and AasterMu what ...... -.,

fit- rprlse. Scientists have come from Europe I They are less impressible now than I co; .(.(1, fact it often creates fric- I After thanking her audience andteeing I.I hare giv.a to hate aaaa tae .mftr

---- ior the sole of seeing Helen I. tirn and opposition but it is the !! of her pleasure of again visit- .
purpose HIP)" were then. Smiths and Joneses by of LuII t..... pnshiag kwaWe it the

A Nebraska paper states that Mr. Keller and studying her case. Bookshave ;i I and Browns and the rest are now careful study and close work of the ling' New York Miss Kelelr among other sullen rdraat of IMehleu' dtusu-/

has written a new lecture been written about her and she ccnimitteeman things said: :
Bryan making just the like impressions on that these are obtain- latches saddaaly ebb aval a* M tyrs'

which he will deliver at eighty-six will fill many pages in in text booksof !'young people in parishes courts and ,je.!. "It is a blessing to the strong tu itself agaiast tae soNd rwht4 Han

chautauqua engagements next sum- philosophy. {congregations and will be lamented "The immense appropriations that give help to the weak, olllefwileth I cock MIl the r>aa*>1*.... H*..ererThe

mer, and that his average charge at She has contributed a number of ,heroes, in the same fashion, in forty have been obtained for Ocala for a (re vould be no excuse" for having Iron DUe himself ouakl n.x k.'treawiand -

-- nal and a number of the current mag- mind the first -sermon )"ouipl'ea'ch I me hundred thousand dollars downward inflection which held w.1.... to tae tkeaa<.Birier .rf s
r .' G.' trgia darkey explained the ab- an infinite pathos I I
p p0
azines which have received the highest before th'r session closes the SMltotljor .
j (>d. said a worthy man tome ; appropriates !auto draas parade adtaan id r *-fc
set ce of the "possum from market by laughed hysterically, nervously aa !
enconiums from the most able i tOlla '. "I recollect the chapter and obtained for deepening the it's dirMoa tavarda UH prorewknias
saying. "Nobody studyin' 'bout 'pos they dried their eyes.: j
pens of the country. j verse," and he quoted them, and the ''rivers iMid harbors for Jacksonville, it marched over Cordon'* !aim iu
sum when de sun shine lik it wuz vvatcrmlllion | A practical plea for the blind ""I!
In of her earlier productions inRadcliffe's Tampa and other places and last but
1 one ;'words. "Oh! that was awe need I It* fate, its rotors ioaiiat sad i'*
time, an' a nigger takes to Miss Keller I
nevUopwJ by The
state j
Magazine she said: jby I no means least for the Witlacoo-
:not fill up space with the words. I I yells reaogldiag da/sstly d. U. e,
his heels wVn he sees a plow linebridle II >li teach the blind
'chee 'co to work but
"There are disadvantages I find, was then at the ripe age of two and river is a showing that no other'' teuttuaef; aad ('alwllul vonf )I..,.
on a blind mul.-F. 1. S. inf their fellow-citizens
t. in going to college. The one I feel twenty, and he was eight or nine :eongrsman coming from the southern -)! should furnish .'"** wi( lo bas Isurrls Bad B.. .... It trr=

Atlanta Constitution. most is lack of time. I used to have states under similar conditions the market and give .'nvutraKement.Many .
,,years younger. I preached many Hash of (teat'sloped solar' H ih- tai
-- -- -- I had bought foolish things bta
f Triplets two boys and a girl were time to think, to reflect my mind and more and far better sermons to him.I I[can make. thramtfe aaderau atMcd the MM

born early Friday morning in Tampa I would sit of an evening and listen :' am afraid he has forgotten them, I: "It takes a member of congress C'ltlH' the blind made them but underan : siiia4roii of flttiart letw ..rdat

to Mrs. J. D. Renfroe. wife of a painter I I to the inner melodies of the spirit ;.and now he does not hear me at all. several; years to find out where he is intelligent system of education the ';-

employed by Paul Smith. The lit i which one hears only in leasure moments Alas, what a pity it is that we can- :nd several years more for congressto bunt had been taught to make articlei

when the words of some loved find out where he should be placed. which were desirable for their own
,. tIe ones lived but a short while after not retain the sweet simplicity

i their birth, all dying within a few poet touch a deep sweet chord in :youth, to which men are demigodsand l-s.\1 Sparkman has graduated." intrinsic merit."Education J

the soul that has been silent until j i does not develop in the
minutes of each othE'r.t first it was women angels! -- GIRL BABY'Si
I "
The next legislature should, and blind remarkable talent, said Mis xKeller
then. But in there is
would the college no Then what do
thought that they live can we now to help .
,I doubtless will enact a law looking "Like the seeing, the Mind
three joining! in healthy cries that indicated time to commune with one's thoughts.One us grow old gracefully? First of all I i
t Ito improvement of roads throughoutthe man may be a philosopher a mathematician ,
and active goes to college to learn not to >! information better cul-
strong lungs. get or still e
I :,tate. If the whole of the next a lingulit, a seer, a prat. aprofJhl't. ; AWfUL [C1MI [
Their death proved a sad blow to the think, it seems. cultivate the habit of getting it hall
i session should be devoted the But believe if
I to question me, the lightof .
"It is impossible. 1 think; she j "
I' fond parents.-Miami Xews. the time. This will keep the world
i of good roads and law ItI burns within
a passed genius him it will
concludes 'to read four or five different -
;fresh and new to Exercise i 1
your I ---
providing tor the establishment of a burn despite his infirmity and not
Willard Isham an inventor who I languages and treating; of I memory. Cannot you remember 1
j|i system of good roads throughout the because of it. The lack of one senseor
elieves that he has invented a pow widely different subjects in one day when you played "pins" at Halloweve Estate Sight of E Dtr0) d l by rntNse-- 1
I :
it would be of more real two never helped a human being. rive
der of such destructive power that it and not lose sight of the very end :j shot marbles in summer, spun I values II Tried ( Doctors but Grew
to the whole people than "We should be
any one ses not glad of the sixth
will enable! him to blow up a war sh'* for which one reads mental stimulus j i iat tops flew kites? Well my dear sir, Worse In t M. ..
Agony Eight
I sion
i c ver h'ld-larianna Times-I or the sixteenth sense with which our .. .
by a single explosion wants to lest It d enrichment. there are manymillions of the race !
i I Courier friends than YMI 1
more generous nature. Ducowagftd
on the battleship Texas and got Representative "Just now my mind is so full of I just in that stage new. There are I ,
('ndous.. To paraphrase Mr Kiplin. They Tried J Cuticura Rsrh
heterogeneous; matter that I most despair i .
Mudd. of Maryland, who improvements in the ganit's; but the The Kingston Earthquake
we are not heroes and we are not C It"
:' Is a member of the naval affairs of ever being able to put in or- I players are just the same. Maintain j -S--..

committee to introduce a bill in Congress der. Whenever I enter the region a "sweet reasonableness." Allow for Within the last twelve months.there ;ards either. We are ordinary' fui..
limited by an extraordinary IN ONE WEEK
ImajMcity. ALL
giving him authority to make that was the kingdom of my mind I ,the changes in yourself. Make this have been five most destructive and

the test but at the last moment feel like the proverbial bull in the j your habit. You used to get "jam"on I unforseenable catastrophes in which If we do not always succeed in SORES DISAPPEARED

undertakings with
our even ass.i.
Mudd's temperature fell and he withdrew china closet. A thousand. odds and i I your bread. It is "preserves" I thousands of human beings were suddenly t

the bill. ends of knowledge come crashing I!now. and just as good as the "jam"- j wiped out of Lance from friends we console ourselves 1

.._----- about my head like hailstones and ; better possibly-though it does not | In January 1SOG existence."I""I with the thought, that in the "Our UUli- girl oae year sad a brit _

That small octopus picked up Sunday when 1 try to escape them theD1e- obj j affect you as much. You have changed j"he island of Formosa killed thousands -I.rast company of the world': failun'iis .. .ji. ws the* taken doctor with.Mersa <. that was ,6oar
naid .
ic Galveston baybore no resemblance 'lins and college-nixies of all sorts pur-1 i a little. i and destroyed $t .OOO.OOO in II': many a sound pair of eyes. Is the family doctor it awl he We a aHm1* "'

to John D. Rockefeller, though until I wish oh Miss Keller is in many respects the ....DteU and Mid ufae gavr.o. .
sue me may I be I j Let that habit of mind grow and go :pioperty. In April came the eruptionof I few would be eN rpt
its head was hairless and it did not wicked 'Host remarkable woman in the world. ol a The eiwenwjsw wolSe
forgiven the wish-that I j Vesuvius and the ini'
with you and-although may not i earthquake i; we ci1d in (((slur _Ca.. lit-
look like .1. PierpontIorgan in spite j might smash the wicked idols 1 come :talk much about it in general company j San Francisco. The loss of life in Blind, deaf and dumb she has mas'red said she was ........ as soon as the 4"ad
it t,( many languages and sci lerth wen through lw w. ld tar
of its bulging e'es.s was to worship. 'the latter has 'I man > aM
cap-I' -get the good hope, on good : case never been accurately and has right. But she uttll ..-. *<**.>. !>....
tuned in Texas territory it is The: life struggles and splendid but it nces even acquired through tat No. 3 Mud .
1 :adequate grounds.- something still j stated has been estimated -| it ec..... Br this
Attorney General Davidson to get: Ibusy I of this :' perseverance the power of speech and taae fee was mithnig but a y.dtr.
I fiumph woman make an inspiring better before you, and you will make'abortive at a thousand and the loss in prop-)1) h
i soap Well f..f
l: -.- Galveston Tribune. I i I i'hrough all her afflictions she enjoys b- trttuir J
study. efforts to look young when'erty was 40000000. I Jeip her, so we Irt him Uv its ...
'. Last J i sunnydisposition! and is always in ww>... (>iw avxning w* --- August came the
I are: old. fret the inevitable -:
-l aguehas you nor over | .
A law and order beenorganized : gleeful spirits She has set t tittle pU.(.. 1 fum.. on oaer. tI h. i'
Mr. F. C. Gilmore an t.x
the of ;
mayor i of the at Valparaiso with great loss of life Of ';
in Ocala by the colored traces years, nor murmur, i f n wpe we fhnned lor ...
pro- I for the 1
Tallahassee a delegate to the late J.nor grumble. nor carry around an at- and property. Now conies this at !ample J emulation of the world : 3. He came over Ij.4 ....... j

pie for the purpose of devising means j,state board of trade meeting in this'city. .Kingston ,with varying estimates -of !,md: one which ought to stimulate v\ over and aM that hr to reclaim their children. They hope j ;mosphee of discontent. You will : tatag mure fur t.-r tlwt we had *.....
L Lr effort
cry whatever
is charmed with this his take .
section of", when age comes accept the situation. ;its destruction. The Kingston earth-j her t< <*. *i- t.v. .$.WP. data "
discover method which will, J
to >Ir her condition was aa uk... .,
the all other i. Me Moat 'u __
country as observing quake to have been ;
and quite as unexpected -
'grow old" without I
induce ht. rising generation to loaf I, growing; mis- IC to doctor !Ii... 4 anti he wtd tae ,,- ;
gentlemen are. lIe does not hesitate ,,erable. as the San Francesco disaster -- -- 1I6iIIM.trss....but that-
i less and work more. That they I: A small church was badly In nctitf \1' r
to say that our soil will produce an j i and if the total losses in life and | I, a them_ wtMiiii try dnnter M<.. a. ,
-- Ie
succeed in this laudable endeavor j -- -- -- repairs and a meeting wa heM W.. that .
may int iienved iiw ....
t- j:ideal tobacco leaf and he I'The Fight for Commercial a4y lilt
cannot understand Supremacy. property are less it is only because jj I ....
will doubtless be the wish of the with a view of raising funds for tMr. tin BHiff u sn dabs a., 4,
r II IIl why we are not growing rich ': Cities, states and nation are actively! j jFrigaged i.there was less life and property be't; Wf" ....... ...ilict.uragHii... I aw
white people of Ocala. There should \ hat purpose. The minister having f.e tJt
the <<.ut -
the of in : "t1I advertheawaai
I on production the same. He ;, a war for commercial suI I destroyed. -World. In
be more such leagues.-Times-Union. ( I aid $jft) would be required a ver IUuaper and "........ WIt w.,
I :says that on our soil tobacco would :1 prt"IJlaCTherE' was recently held in I > I the rutirurm 1.....'...."nt. I .
-- -- -- --- h ern
--- !:grow as high as a man's head and 11 the city ow Washington: a national I j jconvention Young Harry Oelrichs, nephew of I wealthy and equally stingy) memUrjif I, fuwM..l a sM ul <(<"tiliMn )(.$
I. Every class in Florida would be I ( the church arose and said he would .hirh t.. w. t I. and In ....
1 I 'every pound of it, if necessary precaution t tI (: for the extension of the II the late millionaire Hermann Oel d**..B...... who had Fret
.tai sbtsl.
l henefitted by immigration to the give; $1. Just n he sat dobo" (
were made could be sold for !Ione :foreign: commerce, of the United'States. :richs was recently arrested for "Vt.", e* at ruo th*, fl..".... ..
state. The land owners would find as-i!a lump of plastering fell from the cell. meat,sad m rpt we .1........"CI.LU .
dollar and half. J:: It
a We shown from
hope some was the government i;:saulting a waiter at Buckingham ho-ij af4. ,..ai..... (Iftlrt
I more demand for their lands and this ng; and hit him on the head, wbereupn t.u.e it ftMiltt a4 tar
t I of our enterprising citizens will act'' reports for the last fiscal 1 tel on Fifth avenue in New York and i L '. > tKe evwugftt, Nrt tf .. bad awl i
would increase their value. The merchants > he rose up hastily and called out' (Nrtirurs
MI tune
upon this suggestion and make Marion :J year that the export trade of the ;1 the son of Vice-President Fairbanks k I am <*. idM4 Mall ,
would get an increased trade. t hat he had made a mistake-he would : weak haw ssval t..- ... WMp
county in the production of tobacco United States reached the i t.... is
; enormous 1 has been arrested in Ohio for false ao remedy so d
The industries of the state that are I 'give; $:;(). This was too much for .1 t...to for Bar MB
as famous as is Gadsden county. ::1!total of Jl.SOy,000.000. The conven- .::swearing. He disguised himself an ra or hMpuritjr_ <4 thtlr. bwrni pTHE
:tampered by a lack of labor would as'tan husia&tic member (*IksM-a. ) and ... Frank
____ ;1 tionas addressed; present who foretful .Ihlrtll.
by President L P.
;;: ordinary laborer when he recently II. f). Xo. ft. rutt
.have their needs supplied and the When Francis B. Carter retires from I j.:Rr-oseevelt ,1 ; of everything, called out fer :t.1".. 1ft. IAMrgs ,
Secretary Root a nd Secretary L eloped and married and made a false AllfMet Ii. I_."
present demand for labor is so ranch the bench next month. the fist judicial i Shaw. 'I 'ently0, Lord, bit him again." :
: It
is believed that the ,affadavit before the officer esa .
: issuing the I. ...
greater than the supply that wage circuit will lose one of theablest I,influence I --- ....... ......
of the convention will! belargely I license as to his age and residenceand I Frank Mat ..... ... ,
would still find plenty of work that *. the" i-ditor of the .. .
,earners men ever presided over its i fit I e.au T
felt and add materially to thepurpos also to the and II .,
;; as age residence Vnsacola It
: Journal. U the ,
: at liberal pay.-Times-Union.' court.' Pensacola Journal. I II prom father
: It !had in view. ,
I' of the lady in question.
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t VrtECKLES AND PIMPLES sued as paper ran out, none could be JOHN TEMPLE GRAVES AS AN American politics. The entire audi- 1 .N. NNNN

had and the city was invaded by General ORATOR. ence was lifted up by his dimaxes of

b If MOVED In Tea DaIS.Nadinola. him.Grant This and relic in two is days the surrenderedto property of vituperation and calused to growl in i WANT BIG CHOPS THEN USE, |IDEAL FERTILIZE!}

their hearts when he asked in effect
Keokuk had of
perfect specimen
Mrs. E. Van Hood. There was also on a .
exhibit a copy of the New York Worldof modern orator at the opera house! "How long 0 demagogue, wilt thou OUR BOOKS Will TELL YOU

The Complexion April 15th, 1863, giving an accountof last evening of the lecture of John abuse our patience?"
Beautifier President Lincoln's assassination.There "FLORIDA VEGETABLES"-A complete "IRISH POTATOES' -IVwk on
u enLrcd Temple Graves. For there was mighty meat in the ,
< ly tbouunj was also a form of a paper used garnished feast he afforded. He spoke manual on Florida crops. "Soil Seed Planting and Cultivation. .
p of during the war in keeping records of The technic of modern oratory ( .
a. grateful ladies,ana 'on-I Ion the darkest part of our political Effect of Fertiliw. ltqita$ :
guaranteed to the "Tax in Kind," which every producer sits in thrw things. These are al- "FLORIDA ORANGES"-Book of and *'
!!picture, but he is not a pessimist. He Shipping.
had to
in those' consuming days
L all facial discolorationf iterations rhythm and delivery in
interest to
give to the Confederate government.It believes that the people are able to
; and restore the good taste. 'I
the of Mr. Jno. E. ers. special interest to plneappUgrowers. : -
-- of was property take care of themselves. It is to be .
beauty youth. The One can hardly help speaking of
when clerkin .
Ifculey, received by him a (I that he will be back +
wont cam IB twenty day.. 50c. and $1.00 hoped brought I
.'. in terms of music, for both i
the ( S. A. commissary. oratory "FLORIDA STRAWllEHRlES"1DE.I.. FERTILIZERS
at all leadiBf ,'-ug itorei. or by naiL next year. Ikik
,' f k* NATION a TOILET .. Pars. Tu" Among the distinguished Daughters are analogous in that they are design I One cannot study this modern man Booklet on "Soil, Varieties Cul all of our different brand aoalse& >' i
Edward Badger, ed to give both pleasure and move ; "
present' was Mrs. most eloquent of Americans at one tivation and Fertilization. prices t'lt'. .
n jhlIf the late gallant Col. Badger men's souls. The alliteration of the I
WAR RELICS. who added interest to the occasion; by speaking last evening was exquisiteand I hearing, any more than he could 4. New and revised edition of the above just published, free for a-king. i
wearing a gold watch and jewels which gauge Booth's Hamlet at one presen .

Tinrelics and curios exhibited at she gave in keeping to her servants in wonderful. tation. Each student and young man 4
1X63. when making the journey from Most of his address was in blank WILSON & TOOMER FERILTIZER COMPANY i
Ik I** ceatt-nary anniversary celebrated or woman who is ambitious to be a ,
Jackson Miss., to Alabama a place of verse with those accidentals and per-
Mn Slstrunk's formed public speaker should study Graves : JACKSONVILLE FLA.
al an
refuge from the invading Union army fect chords thrown in occasionally as( ,

h l ratirtfc part of the entertainment when they captured that city and be- the musical composer uses them with Land his art as Ruskin studied Turner's 4............N1NN.N.....................1..1N N i ,i
'4 f' did nol have the space nor the gan their invasion of Vicki-burg. Mrs. pictures.-Keokuk.: (la.,) Con I,
skill and heightened effect. The
} \1T; lu Include them in our writeupfor Badger made the trip in her: private I I stitution. t
carriage from Jackson.: Miss., to Eu- things that Ingersoll said which are .
Sunday? mornin 1\ Issue and re- faua.! Ala., which took six weeks accompanied in the school books all scanned like the Bad Stomach Trouble Cured

pi'uduew. them from the Star of yes- by six servants, who took Ilaid; and what Caves said last night Having been sick for the past twoyears

In the muKitudf uf attractions we. and other valuables and turned them most of the poetry which enriches the friends gave me a dose of Chamber.lain's .
the end of the ,
over to her at journey Stomach and Liver Tablets.
lisul alma.t o\t>rltM ke showing their fidelity and trustfulness.One editor of a magazine.His They did me so much good that I
there things
tH wMch : were so many FURNITURE DEALERS
Hb taw i to Florida and resided in Gainesville twelve bottles In all. I well
came -
Today am ---
... tfc* labh"a.'i evidence the ration school which is chary of the gestures
and during reconstruction times of a bad stomach trouble.Mrs. John
tfeMft out to tlw soldiers of the Civil rf'prt>st'ntf'dIachua county in the that used to be so important as to Lowe Cooper Maine. These tabletsare WE CARRY EVERYTHING IX THE LINE: 0.
\Var. a lice of bacon and parched -
irritii. Florida I legislature. The beautiful be practiced before mirrors for weeks, for sale by all druggists. m
mm fur eoRVf Miss FlorenceVal- Furnishings Parlor Suits
relics were brought out and worn to mod
it was as near perfection as
!.*.. a.wat )aunt; lady from the wcrn -
>| ward. )4rtilded here and won many commemorate the 100th birthday of ern canons as to a highly educated CARD OF THANKSIn Rugs, Art Squares and Mattings. In Leather, Upholstered and Reed
the Lee, and to remind Mrs.
nnsn.Ilmrata on her smiles and ple'asI.ta great taste as any orator of the day has -
she i is forth Bed Room Suits
s4r rh Among these relics wasa Badger how truly grateful slim behalf of the Dickison Chapter U. Dining Room Suits
st't''ants'ht> in reached. He is a small man
of those n
MKpr<*H'* care, filled with implements D. C.. I wish to thank Mr. and Mrs S. In Mahogony, Birch, Birdseye of all
the hour of need of protection.It as many brainy men are, and has not T. Sistrunk for the delightful cordiality kinds-Mohogany and Oak.
of all kla'ls. : a small cup carri(-d thro'ilia
war by J..1. Walters, of Augusta was certainly a delightful:' evening the commanding assistance of avoir- with which they threw open the Maple and Oak. China and

.... hat now of Ocala: canteen car- and one always to be cherished; dupois, but that is all soon forgottenin doors of their lovely home to the Mission Furniture Crockery :
rMI throuffh the war by J. J. Roberts, memorable in the history of the Ocala the words that come from his silver Daughters and their friends for the Complete line-Dinner Sett ard

.C OrorirUi There was a sword be- Chapter of the Daughters of the Conft'dt'rat'y. tongue. He came to the state a little Robert E. Lee centary reception on the In all the different finishes Odd Pieces
hMpf sr to 'ut Parr which h.wore night:: of Jan. 19th, and the artistic
4 d.rfsg ih-, M-ven day's battle around Mr. and Mrs. S. T. Sistrunk made an person in appearance and left it a decorations and other unique features .
HteOMM L Va. Oil. Parr is Mill with ideal host and hostess and left nothing giant. which added *><> much to the pleasureof .

if KMI tm febln to come out. A pair undone to add to the charming pleasure The real function of eloquence Is the entertainment.I All Kinds of Bed and Table Linens, Lace Curtains, Portiers
1 $h'.r ,'ancllt' tirk over a foot high of the {,\'enlnganJ each departing also thank Capt. Geo. A. Nash and
V not to give the pleasure that comes and Upholstering Goods
<;f thirh w"-rr burial by Mrs. T. U. Lan- guest carried with them grateful.. and his manly company fur their presence
/ ea.trr'is part'nlM for four years to keep thankful hearts. from perfect time in music or har- and hearty cooperation; Mrs. Handleyand Heaters
Wan out of the reach of the "Yanks." The singing: of the quartet was fine mory of sound, but it is to move and her talented pupils for the especially Ranges, StovesFull

A riM- k drawn b Jefferson Davis ont did the act to The other like appropriate music: Col. John if. of
<< > and Tucker: bugling perfection convince. things are Line Up-to-date Pictures, framed and unframed, and Pic
IMW i, U'3. fur JS37.:0:! and given by I and the music of Paul Durand'sfife the fingering of the pianoist but the :Martin who presided with such dignity ture Mouldings. Full stock of
ss Ivl to Mrs T. I). I.\nca.;ter. A and George Martins "taps" on the : Rev. Dr. Dodge Rev. Dr. Atkis-
pitchar thai went through the siege ufdMMfct drum was s=o realistic and stirring! thatas proper means to the ultimate end. I'on.tlss Scott Harris, Camp and Farm and
< n. the pn>,i"-rty of Mrs. J. I'.. the martial notes floated into the When Cireco drove Catiline out :Sylvester: Messrs. Gary Nash :Martin Turpentine Wagons, Buggies, Harness and Saddles

Mi4t y. A HptnnmK reel formerly thepeprrty audience room it was with difficultythe of the Roman senate he was a great Mathis Gates Tucker, Scott Valmore I
.. ats.I I Izlar and Durand for taking part in Exclusive sale of the best wagon on earth-the Studebaker
f ('apt. Jno. Williams. old veterans could keep their st> orator; when William J. Bryan sweptthe
*thi' u f ex-ShertfT l Williams anda Capt. Lytle.! of Stanton wore his old I Collosseum as with a cyclone and the program; Dr. Van. Hood, Cot Parr 'I I And carry the very best line of High Grade Buggies and Carriage.

a rq.kIrnt lung Swamp during the Confederate (coat with which he passed I Capt. Lmcasler.11' John Pasteur.
pat Thin in u family heirloom and istally through the war buttoned with the i nominated himself for the presidencyof Mayor Izlar Mesdames Otis Green, Brick, Lime, Cement, Plaster,
<< 1.# swirl ol.l Col .J. II. LivpMtntuo genuine Pelican! buttons. the greatest republic by an oration Badger Mathews, Haycraft Brumby BuildingMaterial Hair, Lath Shingles aid
.*.L. very familiar with the reel that was true eloquence measured by Howard, LI'ingstonraterman., Scott )

tied ....."Wt th.- young folks how their The RI. Rev. William Crane Gray :the standards of results. BaBiley Walters Miss Josie Williamsand Flintkote Roofing,
..........tw.r. manipulated it. A spin- others who kindly loaned tht>lrgl'f'atly I Oils I
I). I(., bishop of the missionary juris- Graves attained to this definition of relics Editors Bit-
.... wbrrl the projartyf Mrs. O. T. prized war ; White Lead, Varnishes Etc.
f1rsN. 1W f..anl of age and secured diction of southern Florida is the. true eloquence. Every hearer was linger and Harris for many courtesies, Wall Paper. Alabastine and
-filii fa? br fmm a I l.idv S9 years of age: guest of the Eagletons on Ocklawaha aimed to the depths of his heart by and the program committee for their Paints
'''!JIIf wl*> -ided in Virginia. A copy of ,a\enur. The bishop presides over theconvocation .the. words that he heard. Every man untiring efforts in making arrangements all and give us a trial. >8We t wil not be undersold and will please! yoaPaints

,.f \'h'k'lJurglIss.., I for the celebration.
the ltul I'ltizen
I church.lie there left with and
of the Episcoal a deeper contempt I
trf July! -I HM: <.f which J. W Swords Respectfully. Mrs. F. R. Gary, Mciver & Mackay.
w** owner It wa. the last copy is- will be in the city until Friday. antagonism for the demagogue in Pres. Dickison Chapter U D. C.

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l i i occupied by The Fair Store, on the west side of the courthouse, where we will, in a few days, be prepared to furnish our many I i

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I the unknowable what can we Furniture
Some years ago a farmer told us If a woman wants to keep her face j know? : Quite a Number of Delegates in At- :

that he could blow a horn at any hour I in good condition she wants to wash ; tendance-Daughters of the King
I And it. We may rave or preach 01 r
of the day and in response to it more ,it once a day in hot water. Not so ] Held Assembly Tuesday. I
singH -
hands would assemble than he could I hot that it. stings for that scratches iI I
I is the one inexplicable thing.So .
possibly employ-both men and wo- ;the skin. The soap may be ten cents I i i i The fifteenth annual convocation of -.
far. no further, can discussion go, It's a little early but our fall *tock i is arriving daily and
niHi. That he could hire them for :a cake but she wants to know that it the church in the misisonary jurisdiejtion ,

forty cents per day and pay them in I is pure. Nothing with turpentine or II!;And we may search around above? of southern rlorida and the fourteenth all we ask i U a chance to save you msney. All wt mk is a

... bacon syrup meal or potatoes. :-\ow.1 i rosin will do. Soaps with oils are the below ; annual meeting of the southern i( few minutes of your valuable: time tr show you throHgfa,
Till thought gets lost thro' mazes i
best. When she finishes this she : Florida branch of the Woman's Aux-
he says he can blow a horn all day I I | our stock.
wandering.In .
and set no response to it whatever must rinse the face with clean warm ''i'iory!' and the eleventh annual local.

even though he were to offer more water; not a dash but a good wholesome all directions endless as a ring; 'I 2se mbly of the Daughters of the LeadersRON
And we can only! sigh, "Tis ever so"For A Few
than a dollar per day in United States : soaking. Then rinse with entirely ..Kirs' began their session in this city II.
the unknowable in vain we seek
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currency. cold water until every bit of i i :JTwday: morning at ten o'clock in

Some years ago tramps filled the tte! face tingles and the blood is :There tributeTo is no knowledge that can con-, I'Grace Epescopal church. BEDS FROM 1 82-50 UP SIDEBOARDS SilJD'iff

land and the "hobo" question was brought to the cheeks. I Holy communion was administered
the solution of the absolute" CHINA CLOSETS SI5.00 AND UP
LiGKiLg to be a serious one. Many children inherit "bald" eyes, after which the Rt. Rev. William
We rest bewildered on the highest
We saw an article in a New York j or eyes without lashes and only a peak (Crane Gray D. D., bishop of southern -

newspaper in which it was stated that !shadow where the eyebrows shouldbe. Florida delivered his- charge to

a "vant ad." in any city paper would 1 I. This is especially the case where That ness fancy's below-flight has reached; dark- the Daughters of the King. His address OCALA FURNITURE C COMPANY.E. .

brine forth a peck of replies. I one or both of the parents are blonds. I was a most excellent one and
Darkness profound; and that is all we
The struggle for existence was Pure vaseline rubbed on the brows I I was well received. C. SMITH C. V. t ROBERTA
know! '
owing to be so acute that men daily and put on the lashes at night 1 Following Bishop Gray's addresswas C .
>-W. Gordon Gall, in London Secular ,
will promote immediate growth. the business meeting of this organization -- -
were advertising in the newspapers -- ------
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the sale of their bodies for a stipulated Those who are troubled with ten- I and at noon there was helda
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price. der feet will find nothing more sooth- I "A Big Piece for Ten Cents." middaprayer for missions.At W. A.
Almost like magic there has come a ing than to bathe the feet and legs I four o'clock in the afternon the

change over the land and the demand from eight to ten minutes in hot water I i This is the catch line that made a :Rt. Rev. Edwin G. Weed addressee

for :air is so great that it cannot in which has been dissolved a J certain well known brand of tobacco 'the Daughters of the King. The

tie supplied. News comes from Can- I handful of sea salt. Rub briskly witha famous. "A Big Piece for Five j bishop is an eloquent speaker and hisI ANNOUNCEMENT.

ada that the cry there is for "labor." coarse towel and apply slices. of Cents" may well be said of the New I words to the Daughters were full of

This is repeated on the Pacific lemon to the soles of the feet. York Sunday World Magazine. Next j praise for the work in the past and en-
cry We have just purchased the \\ a gOD and Marat bu.'nv >> of ...,.
Scientific men say that honey is a Sunday's World will contain a won- ;couragement for the future.
flope. The same from
cry goes up i
S. A. Standley & Company" and promise to add to the stack of goad efW1
much more healthful sweet than sugar derful color picture of New York's I i Prayer was held in the evening and
the factories and manufacturing plantsin of
thing that is needful to make it aCOMPLKTK LINK l. .t nr MMe

the east and every southern state and has many valuable properties. It tall buildings for the future; the storyof :::Rev. Thomas H. Johnson rector of the word. We are agents for several of the belt Fa m WatOM+ as t*.. tad

H tattling with the same conditions. is nutritive and when used freely plants that grow from artificial Christ church at Bradentown preach- ket; also several makes of Buggies. Decides tk..M we .bM4ll a prM n.

This demand for labor is not con- with bread makes an excellent food seed; the remarkable story of a man !''ed a very fine sermon. Mr.: Johnson riety of vehicles either of which wp stand reedy to f lly ........n.

; tred to any one industry but is gen- for children. It is laxative and may who was convicted of a crime tty his (:is a young man of plea:-ing address

rral.very printing office in the be used advantageously I in place of finger prints etc., etc. The magazineand hand, is a very charming speaker. He High Grade Buggies ServkcaWc Carragart,

land is demanding more help. Every medicine by persons of "edentary funny sections of the great Sunday i is an Irishman and came to Florida Unexcelled Wagons, Hart,

phosphate mine every turpentine lives. Being also the daiviest: and World consist of sixteen large only two months ago. He is an elo- '- Lap Robes, Etc, Etc.

c.T5ip every foundry and machine most delicious of sweets;.n extractof pages. ** 'quent preacher and his sermon was

shop and every factory and manufacturing blossoms-it is hartr:: possible to ---- I(very deeply enjoyed. Turpentine Wagons a Specialty.

:: plant of every kind is cryingfor eat it to an injurious extent. It needsno I Pointed Paragraphs.Love i! There are large numbers in attendance -

help. digestion as sugar does and even : | at the convocation and the services I We are Always in Position to Meet the Price of Lcfitiw.its 11Ilf..ttl" ..
keeps the family jars empty.Heated : }
The products of the fields and farms acts as a digestive aid. are being well attended and are
; arguments are apt to come I 1 We Sole for the celebrated White Hsckorv Turpentine -
and factories are so large that the railways A noted singer's rule to reduce the most interesting are Agents

weight twenty-five pounds looks .,to roost. I ones.- and Farm
have found it impossible to supply -- -- Wagon.

tars to transport them to mark-I easy. It is a diet of underdone bee t There is something wrong with the j Kansas claims the oldest editor on

:and mutton with vegetables fruits woman who can't blush. I IAn a weekly newspaper. He is probably
tt and the prosperity has been so great

as to cause: almost a paralysis in :and plenty of walking but no medicines .," aggressive man soon acquires a'i'I the man who first announced. "We Knight & Lang; tI

reputation as a knocker. "
trade. I sweets cereals strchy foods are here to stay

If a woman's "No" moans "Yes," !
The of gymnastics. Here is a hint surely for 1
history the past does not I 1SaeeeMrettf Siaiieamir|| 'r >
what does her "I don't know" mean? | The death roll at Kingston amounted i
produce a paralled and no writer on fleshy women. I -.-- --- .
,I It doesn't Day to hurry. Take ,your to 1,009 and the property loss $15- -
the subject seems to be able to explain -
Child Labor. time-but don't take other people's. i!!000000. It was an awful catastrophe.
what has caused this
tremendous -
Death love shining mark I j I .
condition of affairs. Why. all of There's a lot of nauseating sentiment may LAIRDS.

being worked off the but that need not worry the easy i Senator Stephen D. Elkins of West
a sudden, should a change have been now oa I
of child labor. mark. Virginia:: has been sued by GeorgeA. I
wrought The pendulum has swung ubject
If have land
1 you > oU wish to noli. kM" '* feiit
What the thinks ,
from one extreme to the other and the There is not in the United Statesone average man really j Du Breuil and Robert Burton of
of a croquete wouldn't look well inprint.Chicago ( or if you want to buy land, for farmiaw. pri/mtf.
unpreparedness of the country for it is child in a thousand that is not I I Baltimore for 00000.;

producing:: a paralysis-we are struggling the better off for the labor he has ( News. 1 1i! turpentining: or lumber purple*,

under the weight of too much to perform; and the other nine hundred i Senator Bailey may get his guber-
The third man to be announced asa ;: Write to
natorial toggery back from the laun-
"prosperity. The inability of and ninety-nine would be betteroff :
"possible" candidate for comptroller iI'i but have been it
dry, hey washing
the railways in Florida to supply if they had more to dO.-Florida j I
within the past few days is J. M. BLOUNT REAL ESTATB CO.OCAM
engines and cars to perform their School Exponent. :i iDarco. hard enough to tear it to pieces.-Atlanta .
I of Marion county. Mr. Marco'
duties as common carriers is not The above is from the pen of Prof. I I Journal.If I P'LOR I D A
it will be remembered made a strong i .
exceptional but general in all sec- IcBeath, one of the foremost educators j j J
fight for this position at the Ocala i a Floridian can't be governor it
tions of this and in of the state. While it is a fact ..
country i| --------- -
convention in 1S9G which resulted in i i? perhaps comforting to him to feel I -
Canada and the history of the times aat abuses frequently arise from the j
j that the of the state have I
a dead lock, and the final election of newspapers
lolls: tho story that there can be too employment of children-such as'
William H. Reynolds. lie is a very j enough appreciation of his ability to
much of a good thing. Our very prosperity crowding in unsanitary factories East Coast
!able man and has always been popular mention his name with this high of- Railway
seems to be a drawback and is education long working hours, :

w-rKip'i a downright evil and good etc., it is nevertheless true that a I with the people.-Pensacola Jour- !fice.-Apalachicola Times. Local Time Card No. ... la Effect January III.
nal.Ir.. Barco is in Tam- : ,
now living -------- -
merchants and manufacturers moderate amount of employment :
are As Kentucky Sees It. SOUTHBOUND-READ
un'j No Marion has DOWN. "oRTtffiHUagR4M
pa. county man any; toi' .
kicking! j because they can sell more der healthful conditions is much I -
political ambition -they have cut it ,j !' -No. 09Daily No. 33 %o.29ao: S3Ilallr ... ,. '.. 14J >.. .. ... .4
goods than they can market. ter for children than to permit them i i "There is much beauty in skyscrapers lUil) Daily' STATIONS I. n. .111, D.,

'to run the streets in idleness. out. But every Marion county man I. ," the Springfield Union. Of lt-_ _H'. IS A r .\ taq4y
-- ---- says
!' 83.** 4 a lr u a***., H Sow L\...._.. J viFll.: .ilr: "
HOCH, OF KANSAS A PROGRESSIVE willgive Mr. Barco a very hearty support ...... ..... 4Qd .. ....... .. T. 'I"" turn 6 !*,
Industrial habits formed early in i,i course. It is said that 400 girl sten- 9rv.: ...... NUn JM*_ U" ... .\ 723r. JS.'.. '
MAN. 93UFV"ib 6 tar 10 40K. 9 lO+v, ............Mo Araaalae ...... ,.. .
life almost invariably remain with an I ___ _____ i iI ographers are employed! in one tall ....... 6 IHPV' 11 IMAM''... ". .. ..... .... ... ..............._ .. .. I I fcLt a/. ..I. Mtl <> .MO'* ? MM
------ -- -- I' 6w1P\1: 11 :3llloOt.II .......
individual throughout later years building in New York. Louisville --- b. Fad PsIw .. a 9M 6 4JNI a r.. .tar
William J. Bryan was recently ; 7 ("4",1200S KTl&..I' .. _.. .. -
I ; h. P Iaa104)1r .'
The v 4 : .
public prints are fairly bulging '' 4 MM ttdMt *
and the same is true of idleness. I dumped out of a railway train into a I II Courier-Journal. i bur _1.fps 11 HUH aaHu.. .::. ::... .... i i' ka..L'1.... .. .rl 15(11! .... a alga 0 w
these days with the annual messagesof Many of this country's greatest men I ............ 7 mils I/ft.: '**....,.....JAr.....".:..... UlI .kO...:.:..:.:. { "
snow bank. He acted as if he was 8 Ulh 1 i-Vv, 7 &,rfy7) MoM .........,... ... ... L'I .
governors of various states; the have been industrious children- I The editorial tribute of the Times- .Nos Matao 7 %... "',. ; /r11
as perfectly at home. He had been out i i iI ::::= "f :wW!I-.t-2r, .=== :.:=:--IIu..U.:: .. .... .Lt, ". ..
frequency with which women are mentioned "child laborers' 'if you please-few I I.Union to General Robert E. Lee was : ............ 743l. 12 aim' ..... ... IIL...._. ..bupat..... .... .... a !-ao j' ... .
: therein constrains one to think in the cold before. the very best we have seen from I ....... 823: .. US 1,_1, ........._.or.-......_......... ...1 I
have been idlers.Esteronerican any I 11 41r'V Wwt 12: Htm U 2tt*| .. ..-....-.... (hanad..... ....... .. .. j.. 1 II -i
hit at last the state is coming to Eagle. Mr. Parrott is making: himself I source a masterly review of the 11 bin fl KM I ('Ht H 8UMM} ......._._. ...,....... ............. to I I :..w 1 = s 16r /I) ..
... ..... 8 WV .. .. .. to
11* .
I ... ..._rort Onap_ ......... a I;t11 i I TW
regard women as of some importance -------- --- mighty popular in Jacksonville and 'soldiei without effusiveness but -U :2Oiv 0 Su.' I wit 11 tawAr........... Herr Ma7rna..."...,.. I-Y! 2 ..Wu .r a arts a ..

not so much of course as railroadsand Women Postmasters.The in St. Augustine and indeed all enough of the warmth without which -10-2t ......... 4 :24M4 .... 1....,,:= ._ Uk !*&":....... ... I' 1 1.., j ..
up I' 10 KM.. ............j 1 !L' canals and insurance companies no representative southern can 10 ...." ..... .. .. .. HM g
and down the east coast. He is pop paper 4 4CMI4X ... .u..... ( ? Juwt 1*.' :t.. .HI
but still as counting for something.The following is a list of women discuss the 12110.", 9 M'v" ,. : -
man.-Live Oak Demo- .... .
ym* At .I' acs .' 1
ular because he is sensible and does .2-\-- '" aft lath i I'Mi
.... ......
I 9 F.7J tI. ZI-W \ H ill ......... l.. 1 1vil -. ,
governor of Connecticut reeom- who have been appointed postmastersin the right thing at the right time. It crat. Mayor Izlar of this city a 13Prr -10 xwi :2 .V#.. tljMM'ArIOS.H'SMH ........... 'I'U..wll... ... L"; I.<. Y 'w : tio tlr i .7..

minds the appointment of women factory various parts of the United States I'most!" competent critic also gives 10-5O"''' fiOnr'>rliaatii' .....-.........rsaalurl ........ .. If i i .".*. r _
Inspectors just one. to be sure since congress convened: is a great gift. How many men do high praise to the Times-Union .. ....... 63Ft ... .....(U... ......... .......1DIot ...__. t, ,'.. I> .ar I I' ._. '.
the wrong thing at the wrong time? I article Tso. 1O(5 12-MMi I.,rZ.: : ::.. TMttnltto-... ... 1 I....
but that's something; lots of them Olive L. :Stauffer; Gladbrook Ia. on Lee. He says that it was ......... 112e%; I 31H11........_.. .. ... .. .. ...c.6ata ...... I I MiV w i i o*-..* .._
-- i C (aa't 1I 2fH 3 Saw! 1)7pr .. ..........sa't16.... ..
recomoiend more stringent laws for Jennie R. Reed Almena Kan. At the recent convention at Live the finest beyond all odds that came .....-..... 1201'ht' 4 0t tI....._..... ... ...UedIe 13 I"aff Yawn i t ?..
............ 1.1 Ilar 4 UPf..._..... .. ..-..,.......M111banrae w t I. Mt.
the prouction of child and women Carrie E. Hoke, Taylor, Tex. j Oak it is said that Dr. Lincoln Hully. ui-diT! his observation I.'IT* .'
....... I :/
I 12 :.1.11. aw.........._ w ....__..........eau. I U r.. i
workers, and in this connection Gov- Louisa F. Cause Slidell La. ithe president of Stetson University, ........, I /..... 6 1Sra......... .. ......... ...III. &..t.... n etw I H*' :I "'
420M2! ooVl 6 os Ills ..... ......... *
fie '
r'::."' Folk characteristically promises Lena E. Henderson St, Joseph La. j forgot the limitations of "parlitnwn.I It has passed into an adage that the ....-... 22\1", n.............. .. ... ..-....._.."""-U.". ,. i"i' U fe-.n.. r'*. ;"' .*. .1 < ,
( is the ........... 2:1t.t ... ....... _..._. -** f
pocket nerve most sensitive i in ..._. ... '
strict enforcement in Missouri Sallie M. )McNitt Miffin Pa. T 10 !*.
; tary debate, and gave the "lie" dij j ........... 2 a. A. 6 ...?_.. ., ....... .... eWea t .U 4 .
t but Kansas always progressive leads Emma C. Bourke Sterling Colo. ; rect. The weaknesses of the flesh'the human system. Let that nerve be .....-..... 2 (Rasa 41N .. ? ..... UllII ,>> 11 .. 4f ;;
.. *m
............ 3 14.. 7 Saw ....... uu6. -
the procession for Governor Hoch Laura M. Allen. Okemah I. T. will display themselves in one way or J but touched and it is the idea that .. .. a 'I Siilr. ........ .. Nell! J.iIottdltl.....r .... .', rlm*)*, t

declared that "municipal suffrage :Minnie A. Phoenix. Ruthven la. another even with university pre&i-j the man will immediately sit up and G 6(1Lr JI1r. of 4.Uhll urti! (8.I". a 1 earn 'r MEd ....."'e" & Is !.. '. >r "I V<* .. Ji
o9w 1. .1'''. Marl .. ,.
which has been nejoyed by the women Tillie J. Bruce Piggott. Ark. i dents. take vigorous notice. The nerves / xur a turn 6 a'r6 a atrrt. .. ....,. ..N.d .....fl.c.b 4ft.'J I _. lt -,ar. t.. .. '
!i ......... .. i 1-1 I. >> ; ...
... I
a 211M 9 etwr .. ,.. .. ..........,..
of Kansas r-'nce 1SS7 has been a success Mabel E. Stout Ouray, Colo ;leading to those parts of the cerebrum ............ a ..Mm 1 Iwo ...?....... ...... .'*'J...811, t"*. 7 *... ; .l_. >

and that the right should be ex- Mary E. Clark Bingham Me. 1 The Duke and Duchess of :\1arlbo-l, and cerebellum representing patriotism ....._.... tI aim lu utD............. .: ....Mort .......... I 6 1 Apr>* ., I
.......... of .
6 uw Id t6Nt. .. ... ... ... ..'...1& .. ..)
tended:. Mary E. Frye. Freyburg Me. rough have agreed upon terms of i civic pride or even self respect ......... 6 Maw IOIU1t ........... .. ...-. .. .. rllatut.k k A* (..* of 4" ;
I ...... 7 IViii. .i .......... i" ......... _Leut...nt, ._. I <*
He closes his paragraph on this Julia Conners. Mullen, Idaho. : separation. The father is to have the j:may be pricked without response but I 1 Zit 19 d/a t :"AI Ar ... 'ftaml ...... I i t art ,.
.... /tlnw .. ....... ... V t II** || 1 ...
!let the I :
subject by saying, "The word 'male Margaret Duncan AuSable, Mich. i direction of the education of the lit- pocket nerve be impinged upon ,-- 011IIII 1v: 11.1..1 4trnrl : *. II

has no place in modern state constitution :Minnie M. Slaight Totten ille. X.I tie boys but the mother is to have the ':i and there is an immediate howl and -- II

Phd should be stricken from Y. 4 pleasure of their c-.inpany during vacation kick. That's the way the proverb C&cJeoitd Selves Bttwetn Jam .. k rim 1

C>\I rs." Nora L. Pickering Peckville Pa. months but the children are not :;:runs. But is that always true?-T1tusville \
i ;
No. 11"0. l9Nu. ;.i 3111..
n /iNa
Lizzie McCann, Richmond Calif. Ito visit the 'United States until ttey :! Star. i A.t x. i4 M ..eI. M k. fl
-- --- I A II .
II ,
How Man Was I reach their majority. | I 1 \ I "" 1t hal, .. f.. t t.
a Young Spoiled. Mary H. James Virginia Minn. : ---- -- I _I\ I.oily nail, Ualty lk Ws 1Mt M. r
The New Orleans States of A Virginia circuit judge has instructed L, JktkArM. Nrnuk. s "'--II +o r 11'1'_ iravT hi Vti
says Helen C. Thompson, Stanford University t *"C i 1'" II t'.r .. ,.. .
New York's governor: Calif. The governor of Jamaica needs to': :i a grand jury to indict society syrl+ttae "Ai.* 101E* I!: -I",, 2 fJIIN 1'N t'aU t, */... v*

Governor Hughes first went to New Annie G. Davenport Gordonville."a. be prodded with a "pitchfork" orj-"women for playing bridge. His honor NO.aNY.9s 11 Ait *.. ...Cill'e. a, .,.. I.. fN .

some other weapon that will teach \ I i doesn't mean any harm. He merely I It hal, IIU 0.1, A K
York some twenty carryinga iJ 4
years ago \ fish
D.Uy. ... ll. Jc :
him the common proprieties. That i !likes to see his name in the head- ..... tnAJ&kn"l Bafy ..1\ I. 1"1,-
letter of recommendation from a t0.m 7 **" 7 *" a "
Mary: B. Bishop Ustis. Fla. I urn ll .* ll ,_ .
county judge to the head of a big leter of his to Rear Admiral Davis!1 lines.-Courier-Journal. 7yrd 6 _I! !.l /p 11_10' i .** "!

legal firm. Young Hughes wore And a Little Child Shall Lead of the American navy is not only in- i Every once' in a while a judge will tll"l'd.NOTE A-Trln> ca.|M..d tciu lv.|f o/r itUc.. at iWfat tyeae6Ttl s, i i. if .

clothes which bore no acquaintancewith i Them." explicable but is "pizenous". It is t III
metropolitan tailors but he was i Frank Mayes, the editor of the "uneccessarily offensive. :'world that the bench like other : 101111 nee... Ru"I,ttatl.ar. trtkt ....II MK ...L t .

given a job at $10 a week. Poasacola: Journal is the proud father = !i';'mortals is made of common clay 19 I 17 II I Hope and Inspiration for Democrats. Lally
Now to think of it! He has been made of a gir! tab '-a priceless jewel. i '; and sometimes the commonest kind {'1 ;IIx "ua'UDtl&'Baaot.1 )fA tJ'UOT 'HU\C! .
By Chinese imperial edict Confucius : I.. :...
i (of clay.It -
and not onlhas to wear Ocala Banner.So. iS --- .__
governor has just been made As'' cow! e iSiM 2 ow 10 KM Lf ...
a deity. Jwkwatula .. .
there's "little fairy" in the It (811 II :2rv 2 ( 'v to ULV .6", ..._. '
store bought clothes but a claw ham- a I ;; **), J*k*..tll..a. *
he has been dead a trifle more than ; is more and more becoming evident 6 *M R .V.i. 2 4<*. 10 Mk I.v .. PI I. ...... .... 11
'house God bless her and it won't .' ArAr :
Our civilization has itsups 61i .
suit. ; II ,
mer 1' *'' II bSitijl',...... > MI
ooo he I AtitAtlr "'* b .. .
years ought to be a shining i!< that we are afflicted with too : ,
and downs ins and outs. In no matter for some days what may be the I jaw1_91..u-:1(61r: M tarAr t/ar .rt: l.v *
example to the democrats who fear i much law. In the matter of lathe i 4
sense does civilization! cut a bigger depth cf ater in Pensacola Bay or PEMNSIU8 AND
I that things will never again comeil:1 United States government wants OCCIDLNHL STa J. PCB : 1
figure than in the matter of clothes. vrhethere the "Queen City"ot the: it
their -Pensacota News. 'ti to. be the whole It '
way. push. wants to Co"n'-ttk-;
Mr. J. H. Brooks, the honored post- Gulf i:. a presumptuous hussy or' i Close Mtde it Mkmi. :M S M \
MMp rfMM
i j regulate the hours of labor the mater I. ft .1. L t
master of JIartel, was visiting his whether a real hot wire is or is not I Fruitful Siberia.- !it Havana West 1
: of eat and drink and dress marriage Key and NAM.* ....
.. -
better than
a weak tick-tack that
Mrs. W. W. Clyatt in
daughter Though the name of Siberia is still Trains
Friday. this bears strange messages from unknown i popularly and divorce imprisonment for Disdure Paweo ra *t AMp*. .... M. Tfi..*i
city : accepted for
x as a
I synonym ;debt! and now it wants to take the -- ------- -
.____ pcisonal'iies; the sky is brighter the TbreTCtllat: !1-- 'purrtArtnnr. .
all that is arctic and agirAtssn. ,,
sterile it is becoming ilia A
school. from tb.'flt'ral : 't.tt I.r U', .
s question from the states and tr. t.Ullh."'r ., 4-
millionaire senator is merely a 1'.1. d".lIu', at'p ... ,
Truly, a air purer the step lighter the heart I clearer Ootistpbum.1,7abarWr' u. i i t e
every year that few I lake it purely national. We are get- .. yonsbl.Itasr4esart.Mpre .' ..
-- .isw.ror
brie-a- -- '
ornamental but if we have --- I
; softer am1 a little glimpse into heaven -- --- -
I regions of this earth
brac in the house why not in the sen- has: been what Bryan calls the'paramount I of probucing are more capable! It ing entirely too many laws. Let's cut Copy of the LOCAL TIME CARlTir 0ittMt illlnlitii'
immense stores of human I
(em out. All sumptuary laws at l least
ate.-Atlanta Constitution. ; "SEE THE TICKET "
Issue.--Tampa Tribune. i food-Korea Daily News. I ACL T.
ught to be abolished. J. D.
len'l P.
,.. Agtnt W' Al'rr,It PtA.

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,\ In an air lock it U common practice : CHARTER. |n and Foreign Countries; to load LETTERS PATENT.

11 a 1 State senate. to note that while unlocking-that i Is. I'and discharge cargoes of freight of Marion Circuit Court Fifth Jta,..

District Thomas F. West Milton. coming through the lock, and a* the '! Notice is hereby given that the uni i any kind; to lease, own and operate NOTICE f is:: hereby given that we. cial Circuit of FlorW

I' i terminals warehouses, docks marine the undersigned four weeks after the -
District 2 John S. Beard. Pensa- pressure !Is being retlucetl by Governor
the discharge 'Illna accumulate railways and elevators and to do all first publication of this notice will Tampa & Jacksonville Railay Company
cola.District 28th day of January A. D., 1907 for I classes of stevedoring connected apply to the Governor of the Stateof a Corporation. OrjtM..4 and

3-Joha :Xwl Westville. becoming thick as the temperatures and Letters Patent on the proposed therewith. Florida, for Letters Patent to issue Existing Under the La..
Divtrlct 4-Theop. West, Marianna. pressure are lowered. The writer at charter copy of which is hereto attached j To do all such other things under the following proposed charter: State of Florida \* Iran R .Hrer. ...

one time was attacked by the bends or the original of which is on i jas i j are incidental or conduct. G. W. EASTERIJXG, .
District 5-A. J. Alford. Carrabelle. the caisson disease, after coming out file in the office of the Secretary of |live I to the attainment of the R. S. HALL I -Notice of (CoadeBMfk rJeo'IlInglJ.

INetrkt 6-James E. Broome. Quln- of the old Hudson river tunnel. lIe I State at Tallahassee, Florida. j l1!objects of any of them above named J. C. BOOZER. ((>\ .

rf. I was promptly taken into the "hospital." GEO. F. ARMSTRONG i: which may be conveniently carried on COPY OF THE PROPOSED CHARTER Notice U I hereby (guru 10 all J"If"

UiatrktI'ark M. Trammell which was nothing; but a horizontal JOHN R. \\'ILLABIS.W. '|and i done in connection therewith OF THE EASTER1.1XC. sons interested in or haviac a lfc.

N. '!: which may be calculated to directlyor on the following dtwrribwi
lakeland.Dwtrkt. tank about the size of a common locomotive DRUG COMPANY.We pmavrtfsituate.
& 0. T. GREEN, I'! indirectly enhance the value of lying and Iwta* IB MariMcounty.
Iwilcr. The amount the
8 John W. Henderson Tal- pressure F. D. M. STR,\CHAN, or render profitable any business or undersigned hereby associate .Florida and. mor particularly
lag at that time to some thirty I1:1.t". ourselves together for the
p : pur
'l, "NIM. GEO. P. WALKER.I 1 1ROBT. property of the company. described as follow. towjtA

tMt4rktW.. K. Jackson Inver- Yeas admitted and it acted instantly tirelieve W. GROVES I! ARTICLE III. the pose Laws of becoming of the State incorporated under strip of land one .....ct,.-d. MU
of Florida -
pain and to produce normal con The undersigned do hereby associate -;i. The amount of capital stock authorized applicable fifty feet wide, situate in th.- aortk

*M.Itotrfet. ditions. He was told to open the throttle themselves together as a body ] by the corporation will .be Two to corporations for profit. west quarter of section lo. tuwaship ;

10-C. L. Leggett, Green11 valve and I It the procure out so corporate under the provisions of the Hundred| Thousand Dollars dividedjinto Article 1. 14. range :n. sad more panteularly' i

flies that Le might open the door. As In* ili.l statute laws of the State of Florida j two thousand shares of the par NAME. described as folio... tleYrniy itr i

J..riet -James K. Crane TamIHMrtct this b.. not it vil tIlt!' tht ti'at::"rttU: and do publish the following articles ;.value of One Hundred Dollars per The name of this corporation shall feet on each aide of the ceatr; iia*
!of incorporation: ; share payable in lawful money of be THE EASTERLIXG DReG COMPANY -
was gradually loweivJ.! aiul at a retain : of the
of the
M' I 1 the United States the to be survey Tamp It JItt'som.me
ARTICLE I. | same non- and its principal l place of
p p<)iut. known as the tKnv p,>iit. Ilswas '
12-Wtnburn. Mayo. Th name of this corporation shall i assessable, and to be issued when the business shall be OCALA Marion ronpaay. startiM at
.'. M. Miami. enveljptsl in fog. The pain returned \! money therefor has been paid into the a point on the ceeter line of ),nerfm
IS- Hudson. be "MUTUAL MINING COMPANY: County, Florida; but it may establish
'TIMtnK abort this tine. sa that !In i slrst off I 10. five hundred and t"eaty-.'... 1 ;$. t j
14-.'. P. Cone Lake City. ,The principal place of business of this treasury. offices ind agencies in any other placeor j
the discli.irgc' vaiv> and opniiii 1 iie! [corporation shall be at Ocala Florida ARTICLE 1\'. places in or out of the State of feetwebtof the center eoriM-r uf tht j
Lake But
Ifetrtet 1R-J. B. Crews. {cock. ad'r'ttiuo'lipres.t'd! air. '111eto j with such Branch offices as maybe The term for which this companyshall Florida. said tit'<'. thence east eight ifofive* aa4

ter. :: imnhirl'ly! :: tli.tpp"'I't'tl. the ,':' adopted by the board of | exist shall be ninety-nine years. I Article II. fifty-fit minutes east to the north j.

Ifettriet IC-Thomas S. Davis FerHMrkt pentlujv 'H .si! !iy! itn-reaseil aid t.ii ARTICLE II. : ARTICLE V. BUSINESS.The line of said section lo. sad roatata' ;

........ pain st<'j>'i; il!. 1 t'! ; (-out!!IP1) was nptM'etl The general nature of the business j i The business of this corporationshall general nature of the business to ing nine and three-tenth acre, mow {

17-J. It.e..lan., Live Oak. >.'....>....! tinirs. 'so tljat; hen' k! a to be transacted by this corporation be conducted by a President, be transacted is: or less: to be and appear before tilt

uitMtis I I' 111urti: :11 futc ltprIMIlnYI > shall he: to carry on the business of Vice-President who shall also be Honorable court on the
Ditfritt IS-II. H. Buckman Jack- .; t' may 1. To buy and sell drugs, seeds and
at will. TU" an .physical mining and prospecting for phosphate General Manager, Secretary and all article usually bought and soldin Fourth day of February A. D.. 1)07,
.... mf' and all kinds of minerals and other Treasurer both of which offices may same being the first Monday of sold J
laws ;11'pi; iy in the pro-tuction yf t ,, ala < I conducting a wholesale and retail
IHrtrkt 15.-Iritis C. Massey Or. materials to erect works, plants machinery be held by the same person if desired business month and a rule day of Mid (wrt. 1
th* eEn.ItIO.f. moisture tt I drug ;
on > to search for, prospect and I and by a board of 7 directors to show cause, if any. why Mid property ]
Utnin, 2 To fill prescriptions
rtterio; .11' ai I 1,'" !$ttl\r! or on a \\11 ;
mine phosphate and phosphatic' of whom the President Vice-President should not be coBdmftd aaltaken ,
.. 3. To own and a soda fountor
Dtotrkt 3 J-D. H. Baker Orange mater-I
sow inn uiiH.-r timl'CInprl's".JAir i ials and other mineral ; Secretary and Treasurer shall be soda fountains, ice cream and soft for uses and purpose a* shows

Heine.DMttfet. M-u( :.'"l crush, wash, smelt reduce and oth'l members. All of said officers of said drink parlor dealing in such drinksas by the petition filed herewith or el.* .

21DWrtH ------ erwise render marketable the ; corporation shall be stockholders is to be barred of all right title and laterest J
: ;
"-W. M. CIrardeau, Mon- For Sale..:....l.Oflft pounds selected to purchase, lease sell and dispose 1 1I I therein and all of said officers shall 4. TO buy own, sell and controlall whatoe\er in aad to n4 I

[thereof and develop the resources be elected by the stockholders at their .
t.... I Gloussier and Imported Kolb Gem kinds of real and personal property property.In
of any such mines and property annual meeting to be held on the last
:melon seed. B. E. Ita.nmr. Ocala. ; witness whereof I hate hereuaUi
fl u+fAt M-L X. Withers, Lady whether this in December of each
belonging to company or Tuesday year. set hand
Florida. Ml-4t !5. To do all things necessary on. my and affixed the seal of
1-- I not. and to carry on the business of | George F. Armstrong shall be Pres- able and requite in carrying out the said court this 15th day of December.

Mttrtet SI-W. Hunt Harris. Key Notice to Creditors. ;a trading company in all its branches. I i ident. purposes of this corporation.
To carry on the business of phosphate j John R. Williams shall be Vice-Pres 19(16.st'a"
W. Notice i t hereby given to all creditors Article III. ( S. T. SISTRUXK
miners and grinders. manufac-i and General Manager. Clerk Cirewlt Conn !j.rl
1 legatees distributees and all | CAPITAL STOCK.
I..netS.. W. Clark, mounts 1I turers of super-phosphate ammonia, Robert W. Groves shall be Secretary -
I other[ persons having claims againstthe i 11)Gt'If'Ke lffar. I) CF. ,t
t.v.. 1 estate of Julia T. Munroe, deceased fixed or dissolved guano and other': and Treasurer; and with 0. T. The amount of the capital stock of this M. SIMONTON. 1

})_..? -H S. Crill Palatka. !, to present the same to the undersigned chemical fertilizers makers and re- : Green William X. Camp, George P. corporaticn shall be TEN THOUSAND Attorney for Petition IL: t i i
finers of sulphuric acid and sulphate! Walker and Frank D.)1. Strachan DOLLARS. ($10,000.00), divided into :
J fNMffet ?7-Jos. H. Humphreys.. : within two years frim this Jan. t
11. A. D.. 1907. at Ocala Florida.T. of ammonia seed crushers and oil refiners -' shall constitute the first board of directors One Hundred Shares of the pal vale -

tfe+*lo*.. T. MUNHOE. and oil cake manufacturers and : all of said officers to be continued of ONE HUNDRED DOLLARS Notice to Non-Resldent Sporttmen. I INotice It

Jthtfkt. j Frank W. Sams Xew- Executor( of the Last Will and Testament importers of and dealers in Peruvian in office and conduct the business ($100.00)), each, all of which said authorized jlt

iiltl.. of Julia T. Munroe, deceased. and other guanos, phosphate, nitrate i of the corporation until the election capital stock shall be payablein : is given to msosrwldrsl. J
of soda sulphate ammonia and similar and qualification of their successors cash. )
hunting in that
Htotftet 28-R K. Conova, Sand(>r- Ml-St ( game rant I
substances and products. | at the first election to be held under .Article IV. i
-'' ..,. To purchase and otherwise acquire, i the provisions of this article. TERI.The I the laws of Florida require then t* .

IHrtrtet __Frank .Adams Jasper. NOTICE. build, (erect equip and maintain any ARTICLE. term for which this corporation ,first procure a license before ail dola*

lMIrtet SI-Lt' h W. Zim. SLAug35 ,The annual meeting of the Stockholdersof mining rights lands houses factories j The highest amount of indebtednessor shall exist is Ninety-nine years. I The amount fixed\ i. $I9.OH aed in.*

....... I the Barker Chemical Companywill : machinery, rents rights privileges -; liability to which this corporationshall Article \'. ,official (issuing' the I Ikene to the rlrk
exemptions and property of any j at time subject itself shall! be j
Niltfid -H. H. McCreary, Gaines be held at the office of the company I OFFICERS.The of the circuit court. This Mice ('s ,;
description whether real or personal i Two Hundred Thousand Dollars. ,
YIl'S. in Rockwell Marion county, which may be deemed useful or conductive :' ARTICLE VII. business of this corporationshall ) given for the put'pOMof givlM +an l-

r Florida onTuesday to the attainments of any of j i The names of the subscribers to I be conducted by a President ing and rving trowW { .
February 19th 1907 Vice-President and .
I a a Secretary
the objects of the and to these articles follows and
company; are as : K. J. MrCRANKV
Houte of
Representatives. 111 30 I and Board of
at : a. u. Treasurer, a Directors
use, manage develop let sell exchange their places of residence is set oppo-
\.tN.-T. .1. I>oke, Santa Fe; S. AUCHINCLOSS.Secretary.. I composed of not less than three nor ll-wlt (lameoooooooouoo Warha 1
or otherwise turn to account | site each name, together with the .
Dpi L Carter. Gainesville.faWr or deal with or dispose of the same i amount of stock subscribed for by more than five, to be elected at the -.
Rockwell Fia., January ::Jlst. 1007. II annual meeting of the Stockholders
-L C. Cobb, Olusteo.B as may be necessary or advisable for | each.
1.:3 to be held on the second Monday in
..4f....-1-:. S. Matthews Starke; I the purpose of the company. i' Share" I February. A. D. 1907, and annually O' 0
To inventions the
acquire or
M. K. rWpie. Dukes.h'Wmrtl1Va4e NOTICE. ;Name. Residence. Capital Stock. thereafter on the second Mondy in O' 0
to inventions capable of j
right use any
George K. Armstrong, Savannah, r.a. 600
H. Jones. TitusfWr. being used frr any purpose connected j William N. Camp, Ocala Fla. (lIkJ February in each year; provided that O' 0
The annual meeting of the Slock- the offices of and Treasurer
with any of the business or opera- j John K. Wilhams. Alacbua. Hid 600 0' Dr. D. M. BONEY' 0
J holders of the Standard & HernandoItailroail .
Robert Groves Savannah Ga. i may be held by one and the same
f7lrMsnta-,1.i Mat Wilson. Blounts- I Company will be held at the +I lions of the company, jujd to acquire F. I). M. Mrachan Brunswick Ga. I Stockholder. The following named JO I Eyesight Specialist ',0
or cause to be applied for and obtain- George P. Walker, Savannah. Ga. t ;
.... office of the company in Rockwell }f(\ any letters patent or concessions ) O. T. Green. Ocala. Fla. i officers shall conduct the business oft I 3 J
:Marion county Florida, on this corporation until those elected at
W. Knight. Floral City. i
of character in of
rt.- analogous respect:: j
Tuesday, February 19th 1907, Witness the signatures of the subscribing the first annual meeting shall qualify. I I
K. l/tns. Green Cove: I any inventions and to grant and issue i
1.J'cIIt.pJ. :at 11:111) a. incorporators: President G. W. Easterling; Vice-
m.RALPH licenses for the of such |
a..... BARKER.Secretary.. I use any GEO. F. ARMSTRONG COO shares, President, R. S. Hall; Secretary and !
j inventions such terms and conditions :
thliatjWm, M. S. Knight. Lake City.H. I upon be deemed WILLIAM X. CAMP, COO shares Treasurer J. C. Boozer: Board of Directors ir.--

L Arnwt.! }brt'White. [Rockwell Fla.. January 31st. 1&07.! To sell as or may otherwise dispose expedient.of all.I JOHN. WILLIAMS 600 shares, G. W. Easterling R. SHall .
1-25 0. T. Green 1 and J. C. Boozer.
H> GEORGE P. WALKER 1 share Article VI.
and assets: of the company and to
1kIMs--W. II. Hooker. Arcadia.I. NOTICE. :
Mn l I.. .'..rrl and S. 11. Mel. I i accept in payment for any property i F. D. :M. STRACHAN. share, I The highest amount of in'l'btl'l( dnea3
[ sold by the company or otherwise disposed ,
The annual meeting of the Stockholders t
shall not at time exceed TWENTY
tm JvfcmivUleNMM any
of. or for work done services
I of the Port Inglis Tt'rminali,Jl
.'..- k. l' HM> Rec'se. Pensa- Company will he held at the office of I j1! rendered! moneys expended. ;tiares State of Georgia I O'WiO).

.: M. 0. i H*.+tlt"it.! McDavid. the company: in Rockwell. Marion'' <'l.s, debentures or obligations of j County of Chatham, I Article \1 I. '
II Florida and to hold deal with I hereby certify that before me personally o I make a lpt't'ialt1 of 0
Pha kIIs. J. C. Grlg Apalachl-- I county[ any company SUBSCRIBERSj I'
Tuesday, February 19th, 1907 and dispose of the same. appeared George F. Arm. j j names and places of residence O' correcting eyea'abere oth' 0
It: 11:::') a. m. I To purchase and otherwise acquire strong. William N. Camp, John H.I I j together with the amount of the Cap- O' en fail. 0
.._ilia- J. II. WHII Qulncy' : r i Williams. Robert W. Groves
1V.I RALPH BARKER. I and undertake all or any part of the i ital Stock subscribed for by each is o Satisfaction guarantee J 0

L Tartar.it f.illM'.nil Secretary. ,,1Rockwell. business property or liability of any I i'P.' Walker and 0. T. Green each of as follow: O' or money rt'tundfod. 0

f $. .. !**-.J *a Bradhaw. Jenthitom I Fla.. January :31st 1917. other company carrying on any busmess whom are to me well known as the G. W Easterling. Ocato.vla: ., O' --- 0
1 persons who subscribed to the foregoing -
1-25 which this is authorized ,
..... I.. O. H.*Mer. J4top?r. company articles of and 50 shares.R. o OPTICAL PARLORS 0
I II to carry on, or possessed of any incorporation
.. (' +. WtI Brooks S. Hall. Ocala Fla.. 23; shares.J. O' II... .. 0
........ t on. NOTICE. suitable for the of each of whom acknewledged before 2 and 4 Gary .
"' I property purposes C. Boozer Ocala. Fla., 23; shares.
this company. (i i'[ 'rae that he signed the said articles o ti'ala. .19rWa. 0

1 !** W W. K. Decker. Tar The annual meeting of the Stockholders To issue shares in the capital stock !J of incorporation as one of the sub- State of Florida, O' 0

z ,",,'i1rM fkHt. John It. Ulllll) r. Plant I of the Dunnellon Phosphate of this company, either as fullyor i js scribers to said articles and each of County of Marion.On O' 0

Company will be held at the office of partly paid up, in exchange for any, said subscribing incorporators acknowledged this day personally came G. W. O' 0

f tom. 1 the company in Rockwell. Marion property or for shares or obligations I J'i before me that he had sub Easterling, R. S. Hall and J. C. 00(100000000It

..J ..h.It.. J. Pawl. Bonlfay. t county, Florida on of any other company or corporation scribed for the amount of capital Boozer, to me well known to be the

.... WHttanw. Graceville; i Tuesday, February 19th, 1907 I whether incorporated in the United stock set opposite his name.I individuals described in and whosubscriVd
r w. C' N+lel. lisw'H4w.J.tfasea at 12 o'clock noon. States or elsewhere having objects the further certify that I am a duly their names to the fi-rrgo-

RALPH BARKER. same as, or similar in whole or part to commissioned Notary-Public under I ing articles of incorporation and ack

8. I). Cterke. Montlcello; Secretary. those of this company. !i 'the laws of Georgia, and that my nowledged before me that they sub-

J. Ii,. ............ t>l yds. Rockwell. Fla.. January :::1 st. 19'' 7. To amalgamate with any other com-M''I j commission as such official is now in scribed the same for the uses and purposes Will

UfM wol -D. 0. Getger, Maya 1-25 pany. corporation partnership. un- j I j force and does not expire until twen- therein set forth and expressed.

t tat-*. P. Klf"'nlt.1tO na; S. di-rtaking or person, with objects the I| ty-fourth day of August A. D., 1910. In witness whereof I have hereunto
TAX ASSESSOR'S NOTICE. same as or similar to the objects of In witness whereof I have hereuntoset set my hand and official seal this the
F. fvttt, ..*-**. I hand and affixed official I You !
this company or any of them upon my my 19th day of December A. D. 19111 C. Pay

tt...- ri VVilfcwu. Fart Myers.lraaA. I will be at the following places on any terms under any conditions or I seal this the fourteenth day of December (seal) F. W. DITTO.

S.Vdl. anti GilbertTaltfclMMwee. time: specified to receive returns of restrictions and with without guar A. D.. 190C. i Notary Public. i .

II11t1A1idd. property and agricultural statistics.:: antees for the perforaiance of any [ ( seal J. J. GAUDRV. I I My commission expires 21st day of I -- -

Save trouble by bringing deeds or last Notary Public. March 1905. 12.21.It': You have Rwt B
special obligation of other j in i4at.
...,-... X. Wtlll. WillUton.Ufa any person State of Georgia I I any
1 tax: receipt and never trust to memory or company. I I + to sell
*; giiaty D. Jobn on. Bris. in making tax returns To promote establish or procure i Chatham County. Ga. J l NOTICE. i! .
M.HftMM January. the incorporation of any company society I ( of iI l i on
County Glynn. li
R. H. Ho\se. Madison; n.1|I Mart el. 2S! a. m. partnership or undertaking. and i that before j 190C taxes are now due. I

L Mlllteii. .l..u... Cotton Plant 2S, p. m. to subscribe or take by way of purchase hereby appeared certify Frank D. M. me Strachan. personally -- j 1. Taxes are due and payable on I 1'.)ti re thinking oft MmU'K
Heidtsville, 29, from II a. m.. to :2: security or otherwise and to' the first Monday of Xo'emL.t'acb [ I F
> MHHIIW %. J 1'M'IIIft'w.' Manatee J to me well! known as one of the o F In r nla for ;f lo+ilr.
1 I Ii p.: m. for subscription
1J" offer public or private year.
f llrlll -.. I. Wart aaD. Citra; Dunnellon So. i persons who subscribed to the foregoing be
i or to negotiate the ale: of the shares j 2. Personal antI poll taxes

.1 .......... 0eaIa. 1 1I Romeo :31. from 11 a. m.. to 2 p. m. bonds and obligations of any such :i | articles before of incorporation me that he and signedthe acknowledged -"j paid at the same time that real estate OKYOU

Musts <' I. lUtowleii and \\'. II. j February. company. society or undertaking and ( said articles of incorporation as''jis paid on. if the assessments are to
Blitchton. 1. make leases or. the same party. | de irt to Itivcisi in uny
to any contracts.
r:::: p.. Key Went. j jft. Kendrick. a. n' agreements in relation thereto.To I one of the subscribers to said articles II''! ". If possible come in person to If I kind 1 (if Florida propt'rh
and of the said subscribing incorporators -
as one
., A. O hIvIe. Callahan II' :
IIU : Martin, p. m. borrow or raise money for the :| pay your taxes. Paying by mail or ;

JBJI 8Of t'slktas Kenu dlna I Lowell. 5. a. m. purposes of the company: to create j j that he had subscribed acknowledged for the before amount me i through other parties is frequently TuSKKOU :

-O. W. Crawford Conway, Ileddlck 5. p. m. execute and issue bonds or debentures -''of( capital! stock set opposite his name.,'tI unsatisfactory. WRITE
Fairfield 6. a. m.Irvine stocks mortgages and other :, 4. When you come to par your taxes >
C Abalatltlt.. OriMdo further certify that I am a duly.
I II 6. p. m. instruments (ito bearer or otherwise. commissioned under bring a description from your deed !
O.wtlaA.. K Don caB. Kiasinv Flemingion, 7, a. m. and either redeemable or perpetual) ;I L( Public or latest tax receipt of what you wish ,:
( the Laws of Georgia, and that my J J. K LIVINGSTOO &SOOS
1Me. Central 8, a. m. for the securing and repayment thereof | commission as such official is now in i to pay on. ,'" ; .
Niger 8, p. mMclntosb. with without charge all : 5. Don't wait till last few days of ,
P.-<> kt Md'fIlU'bt'lMl. Dade. j or upon (force and does not expire until lo'.hi ;:; :
J I 9. or any of the property of the company i time to par then expect the best ser ocala FLORIDA
of A. D.. 190S.
:1 I day January
: OtfMk Shady 11, a. m. and upon such terms as to pri- i j ( j ji vice either by mail or in person. The i i
-W J !)urr&nce. Fort Meade; i In witness wrereof I have hereunto '
j Santos 11, p. tn.Itelleview ority or otherwise as the company rush i is: then on and delays are una- I
hand and affixed
H % "' SViBterbavea.... i 12. shall think fit. I j i seal|set my this the 17th day of my December :j mid ableYon must take your turn !. P 1'(1 IcssIi it iiI.

MuttNita U v R MrKenzin and ; Pedro 1;;. a. m.I.e..on To lend: invest and deal with coon- A. D.. 1!41)t. as it comes. -i- -
-- -
I -- -
i 13, p. m. ey of the company not immediately | You must have your property prop-1 1erly 1
\ .. Z M 1 rt.rrll. PatatU Summerfield 14. a. m. such without i' (seal ) CEO. H. SMITH. avoid' I.. DFUU.HK. L. 1'. W.1: ItFeL
required. upon security or : assessed, if wish to
-r llsata k-J. H. Harvell. Da dad; I{ i i2-2S: Notary Public. ;j you I a S ......
Candler 15, a. m. security and in such manner as' ii' trouble in payment of tares. The cot I

A J ......... Oak Grove. j ift i Ocklawaha 15. p. m. from time to time may be deterrnin-. 1 lector cannot lIter the valuation or I .
.kttaC:. J. Dvftwt. Mataozas; i; Eastiake 16. a. m. ed. (I'' ){ description of assessments found on I Ca.NtrlrNAtria h .

: Weirsdale 16. p. c.- To raise money upon loans or otherwise -; FLORIDA OIL AND GAS COM- !:the tax books.;: -- -
N A .... ...... AuffWHine. | i
I III. Linadale lb. a. m. for the purposes of the com- j PANY. I E. L. CARNEY. 1 E '"'001i.
Lwto-ClMMto F. OlraMfaJ. Ft. I IiMMt i Moss Bluff 19 a. m. pany. I i| 11-3.if Tax Collector. I 1 -. -

........ I! Electra 19. p. ni To make accept endorse and : i I ATKUXKY.\T-I-\\N.
I 20. from S to 10 a. m. eIe-1 The annual meeting of the stockholders OF )
Lynne cute promissory notes bills of ADMINISTRATOR'S NOTICE
W. C. G. KUfKC. Wild- 'o..icc MItFi"OCAt.A.
; r to 6aty.lawt"
I Grahaimille 20. from 12:: to 2 p. m. change and other negotiable instru- of this company will be held FINAL SETTLEMENT AND OIS P'or< :.r,

.and II I! Connor 20. from 2 to 5 p. m. ments. at 11 a. m., on the i! CHARGE. I -
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tt....... K. R- Pt rnian. Live I Churchill :21.: p. m. To purchase: construct. lease. own 5th day of February 1907 j IPJ! +.S.tR.'rrH: .
I Eureka :2. a. m. and operate rail or tram roads, or Notice is hereby given that on the i I EDWIN _
..... U H. >k'MMa. Welborn. at the office of David S. Woodrow in
I Daisv 22. p. m. canals for the purposes of its own I 8th day of May A.D.. 1907 \ tY.\'r.I..4'.
Taylor T. J. Fwilfcner, Perry. Fort McCoy 2::, a. m. business, but not as a common carrier the Holder Block, Ocala. Florida, for the undersigned will present Us I ItAf

\ nht." JylM R Parkinson. Day--I Anthony 25. having none of the rights and : the purpose of electing a board of di final accounts and vouchers to Jose>b' CALA. e "

h. l. K Mori***. Barberxille.W S parr -)l"aln. I privileges of common carriers: or I rectorand: for the transaction of Bell county judge, Marion -T 1'. CH- %,f .. -- <

uila- 8. P. KuJdenberry SopWaltun f I;1 Pine, (school house) 2C. p. n. I none of the duties obligations or liabilities inch other business as may lawfullycome Florida at his office at coant"j f!
Orange Springs 27. p. m. 1 of common carriers; to make final settlement and I Dk"I'isi'I

.........' I Citra 2S. operate, construct. lease and maintain before the meeting. final discharge as administrator of I .JCA4 I'I.i .

1 -J h. KUhboarji. Uurel [! Ocala. all of March. I saw-mills turpentine stills and Dated in Ocala Florida lath;; Jan- estate of J. Porter Smith, deceased.November. I I i, __ __ __ __ -

.11" I I.j The law requires all tax returns to I plants; to purchase and sell naval tar)". 1507. 2, 19o6. /-uat.ni.. '! mito>K.

be in by 1st of April. I stores:, foreign or domestic: to construct i T. X. S lITII.
W. II. i.a .siter ler
\Vaihlngi- i isou. I DAVID S. WOODROW,
of the Estate
purchase lease:: and charter t As Administrator InO.IU.U.LAW,

i 1'.11 Assessor. : steam vessels and other craft to bed! 1-lS-StW:: Secretary. Porter Smith. Deceased. ll-2- m Ie.'''' \tt" Jtc

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oo of Gen. l'. S. Grant, the Union ....... ,
commander in chief, In the issue of ... -
,. lAII".r'1 Weekly this week, pays Gen. .. !
lrn the following tribute: ... .
"My father Gen. U. S. Grant, knew ....
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a r c+n. 1.f. and admired and respect: I .. ..
.,.. ''! jf-.MiI' ilLi .
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him. They were both In the If'xic'an I -- -M----i' "! "" 'FC: '.l or.; i=3-L: K'i P'D'j'; !"''j! :.L :,7i.r :: .r ...
War l 1..0 serving on Gen. Scott's taff ... ;
and my father as a rein mental lipu,
tenant They met at the City of l"x,
Inn IB IK ( Lee told my father he remtbtrtl F I IFE A

-; the early meeting very well .
"Gen'I l Lee went out of West Point: ....

a H-oond lieutenant in the engineer ..... ,
..,rfMi, In IkW. my father's class was' ....
1 HU. I'D) to 1SC1. therefore Lee had. .. ,
I w -o over thirty years of service in
, Ihe arm>" Like Grant, he won prop i
Wholesale Grocers Ocala Fla.
t.. .... Lien and commendation in the Mean : #-. ,
; campaign. lie was breveted col-
fnel for gallantry at Chapultepee. He !.
went Into the service of the Confedi FE .. I

all with a Icing and brilliant record: I ... ,
all A holdh-r behind him. I ...
/ "It was my father's judgment that I ...
fiwi. le was a great defensive soldit'f I
H I* quality that is exceedingly !
:\i Matrix; and considering that the prob- MTeTaiit to Especially Call
JBI of the South was to meet and beat
- batk he invading troops from tbe] .
r North uu better man could have been
4 You.i'i
; f<*tal to direct the Confederate forces ttention to
lie showed real genius in his dispo; ,
' for instant', I Ii
b? koe of his forces as
. 'M he was put in command of tiarwy I --
_ of Northern Virginia he made ....
lhmm gate entrenched them ami! abis -"' ; -.. ...
';:':: :J ;:y"lft 't: ]1.'I 'r>= ="-' .
c..ftId line of communication, I turtec p-I
over the task of reconnoitfriuIbe ;!
I'nlwn position to 'Jeb' Stuart. '
"One of his greatest assets as a I ; FEED I
mttttary leader was his personal! ; 1! JPURINA
Kvery" one who met him was charmed ; I
and impressed by his force. Th ) t
South hail perfect confidence in himI I --- .... 1
-the same sort of enthusiasm for him, I ; 'It.'. .....i'!:! .... .. I
that hU friends felt. With Lee at th

front,at thoughtful Richmond., there, experienced The was smallest no nervousfeu calnroHkervative. lane,.,,I'': : FOR YOUR soo: :: 3

hnMr. all well as Jefferson Davit:- 4
hJmelf. felt that the right man was .
In command.

The South was behind Lee; he had E It is Guaranteed ontain the 3 !
the confidence of Richmond: and Following Analysis::
what wa more to the point, his wholi> I ...... .. !
.. i iProtein
army believed in him. He was a modem ; >- ... i'
oUt, had bf-en a model cadet at \\\t!

"Paint wI ,endeared and his him thoughtful to them.care Omv of hn hpi. I i 14 per cent. j It takes less quantity in I

_fftk' to Mrs Lev acknowledging thtrwefpt :
of a bundle of socks, and :said;
he had just distributed 26":! pairs ill, .
Ih* Stonewall Brigade. I' E Fat 6.2" feed to keep your stock in 1,

"My own impression of the man has been obtained largely I &
fn"n what I have heard my father say I "
cCarbohydrates 60.0" condition than I
of him At Appomattox, Gen. Gram i good any
met him. not as an enemy, but as a I ,
Bo* U-h*>a rt t>tl. high minded man who !
bad lmply taken a different view of I f( "
a fiery vital subject. That winning i iJ'I"'l iI I E Fiber aIN 6.9" other feed on the market. I

unalh)', which had charmed the I .... ...
_'hok South, appealed strongly to my I --- ...
fatherIrt. : <

-( \\jt,
ChrUllan wntleman. In his milnarv ..
tbaraNPr he lived up to his motto: in i r-'JW II'd' r; ....
pkHnh g, all dangers should be seen: I ..
i., net km. none, unlt'ss'pry formula- i E ORDER
bit' lit1 was of good! stock-he was : ..
I thee Il o U of 'Light Horse Harry'-and -- ...
."f a family that was richly endowed! **
Moth the power to attract a foliow.:, I E Evaporated Prunes Peaches Apples
}'eW men have been so human, and : t I
at the name time held the confidence --- ..

of The military Commercial men." bank Ocala I i E London Layer Raisins, Pickles, Catsup,

branch, of this city, has placed a hale I
nfxton in front of its establish -
,,' nut to arrest the attention of the
also Campbells Condensed o I
t famur of our county. This cotton Soups.
J U of the short staple variety and is
&f a mperior quality. The Commei ...
rial t"f bank the has county distributed about fifty to the bushelsof farm! In fact anything in the Grocery Line. Our stock is complete '

the efd with the object of stun '
uteiiBg an interest in it and inducmu -- .. -
t ..
them to cultivate it. --
of the bank. ita'I' I -" -.. -
l}r tu'p says l
if.'he. farmers of the county will a,ain I E U I
)dank cotton they will find it a !"',' .

r for\.ner.the it and and the crop the prices because sale are of the steadily it will duium' pi"ad i iWCIUK -- Try a few boxes of Hunt Club or Florida Emblem i. t

iMnev in the purse at the time wVn
all other crops have been marketed. :
t. With the planting of this extra hon I Ii Cigars with next order.
maple cotton and tobacco many !h.-- : your
: Ntbat this county will becomea I II I
regular bonanza gold mine' in the ..
way of making money. i
for business
.;,', Cotton ts the most wonderful plant' more
in the wo'UI. It is now supplying not' ,

only raiment but food for man. The I, =
broad made from cotton seed meal i>
now being eaten by the people of Ire- I ,
laM and is said to make a most pal.
T1r WI --
atdble s'betitute for wheat bread: Ir """IJ
alga fuiniches feed for stock, .a lard
for cooking, a fertilizer and us stalks) 1

art cow being utilized for paper ; A. BON & BROS IfIIIIIId6116N1UU1111NU1111U11111IUUIIIIIIiIIlU41111111UIIli

Th-t' Lyric Glee Club will ;n. an. ,
eotertalnment In this city next Th irs :
day evening at the armory under10: __
t --
auspices of the Lyceum. U ,[.II II! ...
The northern: and southern pi\ss --
both speak in very glowing ternitof, --
thU club and it Is expected that the ::
Mill have a crowded house in this
I ...... .-...-
city.The tickets will be on sale at Mr '

I lng.l Allen. Bridges' early Wednesday morn :? " "{ "IIN11111UU1U" "UIN" "diI > .




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