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: February 1, 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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Holding Location: University of Florida
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Resource Identifier: aleph - 002052272
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lccn - sn 88074815
System ID: UF00048734:00414
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> The reception given by the Ocala I And my grief can't be expressed I Burglars

44ti > That the Senators around me on this:
FOR 1907 > lodge of Elks Tuesday night was in t
< floor "" *
H <> every respect a very magnificent SOcial | Robbed Green Cove
< Who bad listened as I spoke .: Springs, and may|| !

!\ /f <> success. What I thought was but a joke
I i | tackle Ocala Our vault i
is the
t..,, This popular lodge never does Should kick and want to dabble in my I very ;
lEDGERS DAY BOOS!{ and this occasion gore.I I '

9 II ** ** st ,. they things outshown by halves their previous on effort bad simply talked for fun I' | best, and besides we carry a large Burglar |

9 But I got them on the run Insurance
: Fully an hundred guests were present policy tl :
and the brilliantly lighted dub When I minstrelized those mighty''
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9 rooms thronged with distinguish?) men of earth; I

=9t : .men and women mingling together i in And I failed to realize I : MUNROE & CfjAMBLISS Boners, i

ii social formed an All their dignity and size
: T GO TOT : 'pleasant converse : OCALA, FLORIDA. .

ia 'event in the annals of the social history When I handed them some samples of I. 444.44N4.NNO.......N..4.NN.4........NN....J .,.
/T : of Ocala that will not soon 1 be my mirth.
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1 ) I 4 /: forgot. I had laid my pitchfork by- .
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Instulfkp Dnl! / : The lodge rooms are attractively ar. For a time at least-to try And This in St. Augustine. : ...........**.+***4***.... I

ir1S W I IH ,, ranged and are convenient and pleasant How some senatorial levity would go; ,i -

crowd. And with only this intentI BIGGEST LINE
/, for entertaining a large .The News congratulates its energetic -

, (. ei:; The reception committee receive! found out how it went neighbor, the St. Augustine Record -:

. i iMISS the guests in the reading room. AsI And I'll.never try a substitute no more on its fine business showing under : OF

siring the Elks reception and arrant As a joker I confess the able direction of its editor and i ,
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I rent committee were the following I la- That I made a dreadful mess (manager, Harry L. Brown. The Rec-
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somewhat like
dies: Mrs. William Anderson: Mrs.T. -
Maughs, :Mrs. Frank Harris Mr clam. : employees on its payroll and the aggregate -i
SARA ELIZABETH HARHIJ' Capt. F. D. Pooser has returned I I'm only Pitchfork Ben,
T. T. :Munroe Mrs. H. B. Clarkso, of its weekly pay sheet was IWAICHEsI

'" Local Editor. from Tampa where he haul been fO]r Mrs. S. A. Rawls, Mrs. C. V. Mille, I shall never joke again, !' 1055. This oc course includes carrier I'

I i! some time pas !Miss Mamie Taylor and Miss Sara And I guess I'll go and join old Swei,boys, porters and many-other low salaried -

Harris.Delicious. tenham.W. employees but the average
I Mr. Z. A. McClarin. of Reddick, win !; sal'l
L. in the World.
LOCAL AND PERSONAL. punch was served during Lampton ary paid considering all grades :
!i town Tuesday and put in more mea.1 t
_. tht entire evening by a number of 1 la- a fine showing. In its bindery art- !
..t Jin I cold storage. The Soath's Talisman.The .
r. 'dies and beautiful music also lent its i employed 48 men and girls IT printersare
4 Ih 1tIIw. Knufttar, <* Sooth CnroHne, 'is I : the I I LADIES l ( AND 4 GNTfrlNTHE [ [(
Messrs. F. P. Cahoon and John Seil_ charm to evening. sV'all Street Summary says: employed in its composing room I
ccdiag the water with her sleteI.
ttPt r. j I.i the/ room in the rear of the pool and there are 11 pressmen. The Rec- I
., I. H. Livingston. !H. of Oak were in the city iuead; Labor! Labor! Labor is the talisman ; .
[ and: billiard room were placed table ord Company is a growing concern,
and this ofBce social
i I paid a pleasant for the south. In the brawn of
-------- 'call and the card devotees spent the time and a credit to St. Augustine and the
the honest though, perhaps. illiter-
1 h. soap trees in Ocala pane II :very pleasantly in this manner. Otl entire south. Manager Brown remises -
,I I ate-alien will this be found; yet !a I
-i'b their leaven and tender twig Miss Edna Cashing of East Orang,, 'ers played pool and others billiard mistaken zeal and ill-founded prejudice I to make a much better showingnext

dun" ih.- .... cold snap. IX. J..- arrived in Ocala Tuesday .a .. while in the ball room dancing was in certain congressional represen year and he'll do it too if he

-- ternoon and will spend several weei: [indulged in by the: younger peoplspirted < i lives-and his healthy robust man-
tatives would retard the progress of
j Mr*. Lydia Potter, aged ninety I here the guest of Misses Hattie Dye; : music being gendered oy the .the south arrest its development and hood gives every promise of that.- I

I hr...- > jr.. the oldest resident of!and Esther Weathers.Mr. 'I piano player which was splendid] I Palatka! Xew
diminish its
opportunity by denying II JEWELER.
ttv( Palm Bench, is dead. :opP'-tted by Mr. J. A. Jordan. .I
admission to who cannot
1, _. _-. -- W. J. Chambers is up from; 1 About eleven o'clock a buffet suppe immigrants Has Colorado set the puc? She ha-I : ;
Hood The in. coruply with an educational test al elected a preacher srovernor. j I **********.****.********.+
; Mr H. C of Cuba is spend Tampa. He says that Tampa is aI was splendidly menu i
I I tflOu::;h otherwise desirable. With such -
: rog H ft.w +itay in Ocala with old great city but is making scarcely mw, 'eludid chicken salad, with wafer have little -. ------ ---- .- -.
a proposition we sympa-
j rte.n. I setrides than Ocala considering the., ,,and i..ickles, ice cream cake and col: thy. It reminds us of Goldsmith's:. .44.444$44$++$44944++ .+4+4.4..4...+....,N.NNNNi

-ifferecce .in population.Rev. ;fee acd was thoroughly: enjoyed. .

I" '1.. Rdd I. Wnrtnmnn and Mr. W. J. Dr William Anderson exalted rule: .... ROBINSON Pref. i
t Such- little things are great to little X S. H. dLITCH, Mar J. C. BOOZER. M.t. Mq.a .
I \1 Mwby. fII ntra, were among the : Geo. W. McDaniel, of Ricl j of the Elks, Judge David S. Williams, GEO. J. BLITCH. TeH r.

t p outlast vR'tors tn the city Tues I mond Va., is to assist Pastor Cairo ;the i-tcretary and Capt G. T. Maughs men; .
But wiser he whose sympathetic mind
I ) in a meeting at Ocala soon. Dr. Daniel ,chairman of the coniaitte on arrangements .
Exults in all the good to all mankind.
.. has no superior in the country asa : wore present and did all I : .4 The Strong Hold the

%i.*. I. C llabfey and little son oiV preacher as well as a platfon ;in their power in seeing that the
Florida Vegetables Scarce. .
; .'>>AD Park. Oa., are the guests olMr I speaker and Ocala is fortunate in :guest of the lodge were enjoying ,

MoUtey$ parents, Mr. and Mrs. J. I naving him for a season.-Baptis ;themselves. The entire hall was turned I New York Jan. 28.-Because of the I

K Htiley.Stwyt. Witness. i over to the visitors and the even i recent freeze receipts of Florida vegetables %COM ERGiAL BANK

_.. have been It is not
--- I ir.g ';:as one of unalloyed delight fron ; very light. I 4 ,

Mtn WaalfrcL Address, giv I Messrs. Edd Wartmann and \V I beginning to end and the ladies anc jxpected that receipts will show i ii

... eperksei Hoopes Bros., and: W. J. Crosby of Citra were in tow I all others that were the guests of I much increase for a month or more. I'I'I a O:, lA, Fl{1.

..... Inc.. Brooksville Ha. 3t long enough Tuesday to buy another I:the Elks last night. are due them 'a I Eggplant is very scarce and is bring-I

!, I Iii I:lot of the ZeButt property facing on i I debt of gratitude for such a rare I ing as high as $10 a basket. i Has Public Confidence is Evidenced i

HIM J.ak> Owens: of beautiful I Ij the public square. They now have ;pleu{uJ e. rears ago eggplant brought as high as Upon

j Hv Iat4' ner Sparr. and Miss Annie I I 59 feet and expect some time to erec i$. but even the present price is ex- I
}:'U..... an attractive young lady oiAftrhon I a handsome business block upon it. ; K. of P. Smoker. :raordinary. Lettuce is selling read- t by its Large Increasing

the numerous I _____ iy at $5. There is seeming prejudice + .
) were among They show confidence in Ocala rea
Ocala Lodge No. 19 K I I Business.
I Monday night
( tnc'v \iton on Tuesday. estate. ;arose the Cuban products so thatt i
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, I ; -- ( of P. in honor of Bro. Cook of Conn, is hard to get $3 for it. Tomatoes I

Mr J W. Crosby and her two liult I I IJ who is visiting the several lodges ir ire selling at 34.50, with fancy j kP4N49 4Nr444.4+)p60 N4.N.....4...e.4444..H.N

cUldn-B. who have been visiting rely I I The Variety Store is reaping th !the state giving inct ructions in tht stock going as high as $6. It is hard --- ---- -- -- ---- .... .
reward of its persistent advertising and I Ito
tlv '. HI Hn. Croab,'. home at Baxty I new ritual. gave an interesting ; get stock that is too green. Green
I All day" Monday and Tuesday the stor and smoker' I at Beach. SENATOR BAILEY't TROUBLES.
:enjoyable oyster supper A Pilleau Supper
t f t'.a. have returned home. I >cans are bringing $S, while wax are
I : -- i was crowded and the proprietors say; :When all of the members filed into selling for $10. I Miss Ada Lee gave a thorough!;)

i ftp P. D. Power and his daughter I that they even did better than ther:; 'the reception hall, they were first en I enjoyable chicken pilleau beach part:] Six Bdowthi ago Joseph W ,:... -',

Ws.. N.xper':...1 i illDK'RlbHTJ '*- .{. r 1'iT

attnattea tram Tampa where they as advertised and guarantee every :Bro. Cook after which Bro. C. L. at Skating Rink. guson's staunch launch and returned (if the TtXM taglfU 15

baata beta fur the past few weeks.J. :>>. sale they expect their sales to increase 1 Moore acted as toastmaster and delivered home at 11 o'clock Saturday morning vote uaaaiBHNMl for his rr :D
While skating at the rink Monday
daily because they expect everyone 1 an interesting address. It was not the intention of the to the lTBiU slates ilea tr '! .' ....J.1

: to tell of the splendid bargain; I The American Plumber was very corning Mrs. Charles Rogers fell party to remain out so late but they be suffered th aortlnnuioo .>'' ;_
W. BHMUrk. a blacksmith at breaking her wrist in two places. She
they purchased and in this way help; :delicate and ate only five stews and preferred returning at that unseasonable 40 out of 117 nMmlwra tut* fl.; t, '
11spO1id. K).. tots inherited a fortuned vas skating very swiftly at the time
them: to advertise this really attractive i tour frys hour to an all night's bath In eaa datn. The vote in his. fav'"' t\ uf3
sMN | ",W) from a cousin who and in making a turn lost her balance
it is
sale. In many respects omaf I Bro. Tex Martin added to the en- the briny spray and the waters front have UB snaHer bat for th-' I ':'
i iiLhis
tee most popular sales ever seen enjoyment of the evening by rendering the heavens. that he wouM r*.ign if the '"
wi at St..... under her body. She was sent to her
I city. I a few rare Texas selections. The rain poured. But it did new that be bad r+*"I! hi* inferno ''ifcf
home in Fayette Park where the .
Th frt..-., of Miss Addle E:1ini-j I Everyone present enjoyed the evening (Ky. do its worst on the pavalion and th Standard Oil Company ("., he
bones were set.-Lexington ) .
ar, who has had fever for the past I :ol. Shipman Sub-Leases the Monte and after extending thanks to Democrat. jolly pilleauers] came home with nothIng prtmtl. An tat.*titf tiuOt ron," '::::0

., ms ....*. wtU be delighted to learn zuma Hotel. the worthy toastmaster the meeting Mrs. Rogers as Miss Effie Simms isIwell worse than muddy shoes and disarranged i* now at w.".. .

} flat ah. is recuperating and is now I adjourned.The friends bangs. Miss Lee had previously In the abat-nw of teal ,** f U.
known in this city and her
Col. V. J. Shipman. who has maniaged -
II o to* Men read to recovery. I prepared a large and delicious tor Bniky in entitled (o tne P. r '
to learn of her accident.
Card Club.A egret
Montezuma successfully Up-to-Date .
so supply of pilleau and it was yet warm the dcmbt Hu. oppon Mn h\, '''1&

Mr aid Mrs. Bryant Nobles aceom- 'or several years past has leased itto ivhen the guests were served to boun- able: to do Ita ..- lore Imo !'" ,/
I ir Dr. and Mrs. H. C. Keh e''. of Lexngton new card club was organized Wants Him to Go Up Higher. [ of the
paibd by their little son were in [t'ittlly heaped plates savory hu @ of bto' own fmnte- ? ?e
Ky., who will take charge on Tue day afternoon at the home of Mrs. We haven't heard anything intimated
Ortte Tvrwlay afternoon. They were I I iish. way to BUrRtH rrttwtMM .to 101 I -
February first. Col. Shipman will Arthur Clark who entertained the but it would not surprise us in the
ID ably way to their home at Holder 1'r. and Mrs. Casper Hefty chap whole truth :.t the [!tnrt H. ,
much needed restMr.. and : in pleasant man- least J. Clifford R. Foster at
take a young ladies a very to see and assisted Miss ;
rrt mates from Sparr. where they I I(Toned the party red to pftpteju a little. lead >fc> i> a .

*'rN to attend the funeral of Mrs. Irs. Kehoe come to Ocala highly rec- icr. present the efficient adjutant generalI'I...e who is a sister of Mrs. Hefty, to tie more, watt th* wmptelor.that w
Amended and we hope will meet with The members of the card club are of the state aspire to some higher the
Yc/bu'r mother. the late Kirs. M. A. i ntertaining. Those composing he ha.w the oboe true t, .J
he same measure of success! as Colonel -'the following: Mrs. Arthur Clark official position at the next election.
MrCuaa i J arty were: injure him irrtrtrraMr
Shipman and will long be citizens :Urs. Bernard Selignan, Misses Safe eneral Foster has served the state :Misses Ada Lee. Rosalie Quarter- .

J. ",..toa. formerly with the I of our stirring city. ndeson Alice Bullock Edna Dozier well as adjutant general and has I,ran, Sue Smith Alice Gray Birdie C'uuph-tJ w+11i his ablJi' cap
of UiteM .incvrtt
Oentft Kkwtric Light company and guise Harris Grace Hatchell Anna brought the troops up to a high state I);:ioodson. Lulu Goodson Maude Lee i il. p+wraace .. ) ". : cartoy
.Je him 1
Bailejr a Mnn r
wl. WM wasted here for raisapprofttMte j I State Press Association. Vlixon, Annie Mathews Eloise Miler of f efficiency. He is young, brilliant!JI]l.: urn Hodge, Celia Lorenz Marie figure in GtogreM. If .b* ..,..<) aporatiwa ;f
_*1 of the company, was -- Bessie Porter. Victoria Raysor has a clean record and would serve ]f;' sh; Messrs. J. W. Ro (I's.1&-
Hit ;.r
arfesMd In Jacksonville and has been The executive committee of the 'auline Sullivan Leafy Sylvester and the people well in any position which I:,i>r Yarborough Prilip Lee, Elmo WHMIK t,
believed that at tenet h*> wp.k' :tt'tiDictltIfHI.
tLaepht' Mk to this city by Sheriff lorida state press association held i Irs. Howard Clark. scorer. The club tbey may put him.-Bartow Record.eported I lodge Edwin Sachwell henry Chace, TV that eat..t a' ,
a meeting in Jacksonville Saturday has been given the name of the "Up- '
and Ted -
AMtt+U.tllssre. lam Powell *
bb k .!Jeod r
I er view, roMp iHtr ;
ight and arranged the program for and will meet Tribune
o-Date Card Club ev-. that the Tampa .
> News .. .. ..
-aft r he trip lad tt mor
Hhrtaauer & Co., are now tbe annual meeting of the association i erFriday afternoon. :Mrs. Clark l Has Been Sold.It .

t1.,.._ out their. clothing departmentts hich will be held at Key West in ,Iso had as her guests Tuesday her is reported that the News, the The Laurel Hill Home complains to get a fair h..nrtnr His r-iia" oa
has ko1t IIl>>lrthud aaw Is ,fI' ,eeua
ts*< More recently occupied by larsiu: ister :Mrs. Lee lliller and MissesGuise result; cf the consolidation of the t:bat the Pensacola News in its col-
much _h: lit:
\\-a"t'&t'd. got M nf
tMi" \V. J. Chambers Shoe Co., and The editors and their wives and I Fretwell and Thurber Gore. Globe and Herald has now acquired I mn headed "From all over Florida"
t'Bt'Htkoe have Mid iii" "I", WB
klpaOiag. to Mr Edward Holder. This friends will meet in Jacksonville on I After the organization of the the the Tribune. The report is neither (uotes only from the Apalachicola ..
PbW4J aM
I tor* tat butt remodelled and beautttatly arch[ 4th and will leave that city at club the young ladies spent a short denied nor confirmed. Nor is it known Imes. The News gives as its reason etttriveratioa "
skm bPD ueadrr AirWorld"The
l Rtted up and the Messrs. Rhei- s 30 p. m., on the Florida East Coast !while together very pleasantly during what the Messrs. Levering will do i twith Sat the Apalachicola Times is such 1I -

u..r art putting in an elegant line iilway for Miami; taking the boat which time :Mrs. Clark served delightful their latest acquisition.-Tampa L newsy paper. It certainly The Good OM Wfftttf Tknet"A

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a very handsome one. rest. Business session of the association ake.. I;etting the Laurel"Hill Home and number of farmer* acre in 11>>

will be held on the boat during Burr and Blitch. 1 fXow :eta sure that it will be able to do day to take tb.ir pork out o' red

Uf. and Mrs. C. Y. Miller passed Tuesday. Cabbage at Coleman. that Hons. Blitch and Burr are 1 t etter. storage at u.., ke fMtory. wt.w1:! carries

thn+ugh Ocala Monday afternoon on Wednesday morning March 6, at : properly warming the office of the R. from' 111,100 to no.", pounds of

.. tfcrir roof home from a visi! to St. 10> o'clock, the association will be i it'al1eJ Cabbage prospects in this vicinity R. commissioner, will they please Reed Smoot still holds his seat- pork at a time each MOton. The

AuRuitine. Their daughter. Mrs I to order In Key West by President re excellent About 400 acres have I take up the massing kegs of spikes ibadly stance of the uselessness of hyairics. -storage chows that the raids of pork

Fred Newbern and her little son, j C. L. Bittinger. been planted. The early plantaing 1i wanted in this place and see tthat The prosecution of the charges I hereabouts b in nutGC and the h oord >

from Leroy and spent the This will be a delightful trip and it ,i has headed out beautifully. G. F. 1 1Watson they land at the point where a ;;a1nst him has been a mere spasm demoastrates that 2f per ccaf of

: day come in up Ocala returning home in the j Is expected that It will be very largely i itended. I: has 40 acres and J. C. Birds 1 they will do the most good.-Carra-hat thought itself moral.-Tampa :bfe is raisoJ by colored people-

afternoon with her parents. ; j I:I 30 acres. -N. Y. Packer. i 1 1I Delle Advertiser. 7::1 n44, ". Lake try IaJo .

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Jamestowners Passing Winter in the I I dc80Nti .
A more pertinent question relativeto
South-John (
Sunny Penfold Writes El
Ocala's welfare does not present it.
of General Condition and Tells

of a Hunting Trip in Which tUTS.SORES.BURNS :self just at present than the above.

Jamestowners Joined Wild & RHEUMATISM 2.St. ,Why not? fs there any to questionthe

power of a book or the need of
Cat, Coon and Snake. ,,, .For sale by Tydings &. Company.. .
,!I -- --------- -------- -- ,books as to that matter? It would seem

'that opportunity confronts us just at
Mr. and Mrs. John Penfold and Mr. we arrived at the river, or mow truthfully I
I |present. Ocala is a beautiful town "
and Mrs. A. J. Peterson are at hotel speaking, the swamps, for the
; Where :
naturally. is one more so? And 'I
Lakeside Weirsdale Fla. Mr. and river itself is no larger than the 0
the keynote of her to h
progress seems I '
Mrs. Elof Rosencranz are on the way outlet, but has a path leading downto be improvement; new homes are being : : a I II Ik .

to that resort and to judge from a it. l built and old ones beautified. .

letter written by Mr. Penfold to the "At this point our guide informedus j I iTh.re is hardly a street in town unmarked : ,

Journal it is a thoroughly I widewake that the business of the day would |I by the work of the builders.

place. Mr. Penfold writes entertains- commence so dividing our. part. myself Street I improvement is noticeable,

ly of a hunting trip in which he and and Mr. McCreery decided to though candor compels the statementits I

Mr.: Peterson participated and his expressed stay with the guide and his dogs for need is noticeable also. But the

desire is fully realized in that his stories of wildcats and coons and
spirit progress Is upon us, and why
w the reader can fully enjoy the hunt snakes which he had told on our
,not? Where is a better town than

I- while reading the letter, which is drive here had got one so worked upI Ocala in the great commonwealth of

herewith presented: said I was from Missouri and want-
Florida? There are natural attrac-

r "As I sit writing this letter, spreadout ed to see. Mr. Peterson and the other tions accessible in everydirection- _

before me is Lake Weir, as beau gentleman, Mr. Lythgoe, took the Silver Springs The Oklawaha River

tiful and as calm as nature can makeIt. river route and we commenced opera- Waldo's Cave. Lover's Lane and hard

The air is soft and the sun is tions. With a couple of toots of his

+ _, : shining brightly, making it an ideal horn our guide soon had his dogs well country roads leading in every through direction.God's Palmetto own, This man bought a supply of tobacco without -

day and with the palm and all the ia hand and with a few words that the ,
palm and pine combine to lend trop-
tropical shrubs and the large oak dogs seemed to understand, but to us i ical acquainting himself with the distinctive taste
beauty on e"erhand.. Ancestral
with their of southern sounded like mixture of bad
trees hangings a Englisnand
oaks with trailing moss l lend dignityand of SCHNAPPS Tobacco which has the
moss, they look as i if some giant had negro. The dogs tarted into the honor cheering
to our town. Birds are in
done the draping on them, and as if jungle and in a few minutes we were
all our trees and squirrels have made chew and
that his desire at
some celebration of nature was expected mixed up In underbrush and decayed Ocala their home. Ocala's all right. qualities gratify ,

to take place. It is so delight vegetation and trying to keep out of
There is historic ground about us. less than tobacco.
fully warm everything seems to be swamp holes. The dogs had struck a expense cheap
Old Fort King once stood within a
resting. Even the ducks on the lake track and were baying and yelpingand
few miles of here and quaint legends
fly lazily along close to the water and our guide was yelling to them,

as I sit here a fish will rise out of the and in the confusion I must say I wasa brood in waters' depths and leafy SCHNAPPS has been advertised in this Some day they'll get a taste ",f tfc* ..*tl
woods. Ocala is bound to It is
water and roll over as much as to little excited for my mind was on grow paper so that every chewer has had an Schnapps-they'll realwe wtaHefltoysMM
in Florida
and Florida is the biggest
say, we are out here enjoying our rattlesnakes, wildcats and coons. andI thing east of the Mississippi. Abana facts opportunity and know to get that acquainted with the they've mised by not geH* SCHNAPPS
drugs are not used
selves. began to think I ought to have gone
and Pharpar were' never so clear as to produce the cheering found in lory ago-then they'U: feel MU kiikJHthemselves.
"This certainly is a beautiful spot fishing. After we had followed the
our Florida streams and we have near the famous Piedmont .
and for a quiet retreat is ideal. There dogs for about fifteen minutes they country flue-cured
I us the queen of them all. tobaccos and that SCHNAPPS is what he
are about 25 people here at the present crowded a coon into a small place ,
i But back to the library-It's hardto ought to chew. Still there chewers SCHNAPPS It HW erne ta. S ?
lime. Thty are middle aged and surrounded by swamp. We could not are
quit when one allows the pen to ex who accept other and cheaper tobaccos cent cuts and 10 and IS cent frtufa> Ik
all are very pleasant and agreeable, get there so our gude left us, sayinghe
press even a portion of Ocala's beauties that do net the
give same pleasure sure ou get the iCftUtM.
and as on board ship, we have been was going to get that cat, and ;
-Why not have the library? Isn'tOcala
here long enough so that we are like jumping into the swamp he wallowedup
cultured enough for one? Don'twe
one large family. to his waist in the mud and in a -
I need one? Wouldn't an elegant 1I. '"
"After breakfast some play croquet. few minutes we heard a shot and he ,- ---__ _ u_ __ ____ ----- ----. --- - --
little library building be an addition -
some take rods and go fishing; those returned with the dogs, tearing at a ,
Doesn't reading and don't books stand WHAT DID EVE EA" j F M Smith. the tnulti-milli na who are lovers of cards take table; big coon he could not hold high
as an index, to a certain extent of i "borax king" of Oakland. Cat ha*
onto the broad verandas and ther! enough for he was covered with mud 1
our culture? Let's get busy! We've Bibliologists wedded his first 1I"lt..', private M"C' t "I.II dui Ikair Hellas _
and others
play their favorite games of cards and I and slime, and the dogs you could not seem somewhat -
got the best town in the state; we concerned about the fruit with retary. They are making a lour uf' ('ul K (' Lung and pen uf ta.*
tell what they were for mud.
from day to day plan some picnic or
"After have an ideal location; let's add to it which Eve was beguiled in the Garden the West Indies in the "boras ktaf felted.L .... _11_.... .... tttteet
excursion to places of interest near resting for a short time we
> and beautify it. Get up and be glad of Eden. That is was an apple private yacht.Ninetyfire I.. n1a7.c a ... ... tatt BBSBBaja rue
by. Some plan hunting trips and fish started another coon on higher land
you have the chance to live in Ocala.You.'re be n.w esJoyIsg tb. BMBii. *BSBIB. ...,
seems to entirely discarded. ------ -- -
Ing trips and one of these trips I, i it in and the dogs treed him. lrIc.
fortunate if this is home! millions more for a Me .. .. .
your Some that it have that ih* Mr4n er* Mar? a*
modest will try to tell so, Creery shot this one. We got three say may beenan
my way
Talk Ocala!, think Ocala dream ger nothing for better highways.The .
about and the navy iisfuiu ia this ..tiuB .IBBB aat sets
you can sit and read this letter andenjoy more the same way. We, by this time orange funny newspapersgo
Ocala, praise her within the gates and Florida Agriculturist wants to part of the etatbe .
the hunt with our party. were rather tired and ready to quit, so as to say that it was a wa
let her be yeur boast when you travel. termelon. know who has tried to grow KajrUah Cotlane4 .Lena ... pnaiIr! II vi 1MI.
after but our guide wanted a wildcat. He
"On Thursday morning, eating -
.t" C C. CARROLL. Lizzie walnuts in Florida? If pecans, why MM !* the A V 4 V.JekaaBtt NiL.sd fv
Konovitz in the New 1
a good breakfast and while seatedat seemed to be made of iron and nerves

the breakfast table, we heard the and the dogs of the same, so he start- Miss Marion Times, says that the question has walnuts? I io via. IlL Ga aW z
Galloway Entertains.Miss started ... has* .by ..< tIhf
been debated ---- taf
the rabbis in the
ed out and left among
; tooting of the hunter's horn and knew us resting and said:
Galloway entertainedvery Representative Cook of Darter two ..... daMars la ... .>
Talmud and believing that of : iamn* +r
F ( by that sound that we must 'When I blow this horn you come.: some I
x delightfully Tuesday evening in the discussions of those wise county, Texas has filed with the Mate ia aIM aear Jar sMi,ttb me' i. <.oaidered .1.\
r ; hurry, as our conveyance was approaching "In about !O minutes ..e heard horn honor of three Ocala visiting girls men
will be interesting to modern readers committee of the tate thirty-six USM> ef tt. aws. i"+..ifNM*..
and we were to make our blowing and could hear the dogs.: We Miss Mildred Sumner. of Dade City S
I she distinct charges against< **atar eWMu
makes the
) following citations
fctart for a day's hunting in the looked at each other and with groan Fla., who is the guest of Mrs. A. G. :
t Rabbi Wier said the "fruit could Bailey. The great Texan is haviav Cap K swamps of Florida. We at once began said: 'Well, let us go.: To be brief, Ualdron Miss Donnie
Marsh of
: not have been any other than wheat, his own troubles. *. lief,...... of Js*k*...It" ..*.
to pack our traps our guns and we came up to the. outfit and there Panasoffkte, Fla., who is viitingliss
t!? Because it is the only nourishment ---- epnlisg a let 4lah '8 .*........
fishing tackle and starting out onto were all of the dogs at the foot of a Lily Gamble, and Miss Cynthia Dai"s.South .
The. national
I poultry aad .
which fane sheetlag BBBtL. pldSJPMBCaptate aced rpf111t
the veranda our guide with his outfit tree and in a big hollow of which the of Carolina who is causes our knowledge. No
spending sociation have begun a crusade far ..
child speaks before he knows a Tarter <* r. j
I drove up to the door. I must describe guide said was a wildcat, and he was winter with Mrs. Burnett. Miss the _
,'taste of such nourishment and the reduction in freights on poultry. There pert shot of :br *<.!.. it..'' bq'u..M ,t
him and the outfit, and I want you to going to smoke him out. We scattered Gallon "s' other guests the fol f
II were "fruit tree" of which Adam is a big difference in the rate OB what. Is proha'y: : rb.. Ar.' 1ft th klad ,
feel as we felt and see it as we saw to set; a shot at him and in less lowingO Misses EveThad
i ng people: Lily dressed meats and dressed puBttry elms IB thift if tit ."
[ eaten is named in the bible thei"tree part > m Br ,
It. time than it takes to tell, I saw what Gamble, Edna Smith, Rena
Smith of knowledge." and the pantry people want to even the .... lei"l nut- shut C1:1I1... 4n oemare
"The guide is one of those char- looked to me coming my way, an ani- Meek Ausley. Edna Culverhouse,
acters read about at times, half mal that looked I! Rabbi Samuel opposed him by asking up matters. t Kt'f'Ur >.tb afMagtmrh ef
you as big as a calf tear- Blanche Ausley. Ruby Farris. Mr I Ii .
--- --- i bird than an adbrt "> ulTa clue
negro, halt"white, features furrowed ing through the brush and trees with :
!G. Waldron Mrs Harris McAteer.JMrc. I '
1 &e thumb differentiates the man ....
from outdoor life his left eye gone- dogs in full cry. It seemed to "Is it possible? Do we not read
me i : Gwirg. L. Taylor and Messrs. I
I 'fruit tree?' t from the animal. If the maa had bees aM lOt ?....- nun ".-..' t I. II>
torn out by a wild cat-and with a that I was right in the way and it Jim Marsh, Austin Waldron Charlie
I ,
[born without a thumb there would .. .
f I Rabbi Zeira replied that the prohibit! m "+Miiaf q"..I i w 'l3 -
face old at
stubble on his and an strawhat was either shoot or never see Celoron
Williams. J. T.
Jones Cecil
BI1'ant.Cleve have been no invention and witaoat I..tads et ..'
time wheat j nUl: Hk* l'siNa n taf
that looked if grew on trees like the r
as worn I again.; I took good aim and shot and

for years which had lost all trace of we had a wildcat weighing :32 pounds. Dodson Williams, Andrew, Robert Faucett Caldwell, J. C. Hold, !Will I["cedar of Lebanon," and that after inventions man would Mill be livingin all rh. matt >u a tt..UMf'! ,.*4 ***** I)

their former color or shape, and as hedrove "We then quit hunting and made I Fred Weihe McAteer, Harry r'l the sin they were cursed as follows: caves. MMMI bt wjf. niiiaBCATH .*)'- '
the hotel with his five "In the sweat of thy face thou shalt
up to our way to the river where we joined and Mr. and Mrs. Robert Flynn. I An exchange suggested ForakeraadTillman

dogs following his team, it made a the rest of the party. They had Miss Galloway was a delightful hos eat thy bread." as a ticket for 1908. If the Or "*V. JA$. P OMB ..

picnic that must be seen to be fully caught 3 t bass and Mr. Peterson Rabbi Jehuda said: "It is no other
tess and the had the
fire alarm don't
pull more votes ia
appreciated. After a little delay we shot a very large snake, a moccasin. fruit than grapes for it is written in Information ttst ti..n ra.netre's -
I III I evening imaginable. the north than the pitchfork could
were soon seated in a three-seated It measured six feet five inches. After : 'the bible, (Deut., xxxii., 3:1 'Their this city that >* Jam.n..ra*>
j I rooms beautifully decorated
II the south, they wouldn't hare to
I wagon that is certainly in itself a resting we ate lunch and started back with evergreens and vines and grapes are grapes of gall. They have go for a .ieng clot a tw.lwr oat w y..M
I west to attract attention. Taat-
-. wonder of mechanism, for it was wonderfully On the way home we put up some a festive iiii bitter clusters.' These clusters any odist coBfsfMr i4 tbt. rte,. 4td *

made; and the harness: I..'quail and got a few also a few wild Consequences very and appearance.other games j I[brought bitterness to the world." I' pa Herald. Mlani WedSMNMlB> f..mi..i, .at '1 .

there inch of I Another rabbi -- body will b. ., v ..... .
don't believe was an pidgeons so had quite an assortment I were played, a number of musical selections -!' observed: "It surely I I The Andrew Carinegie L'niversky brttucbt t. m

the original left, and It was patchedand of game. We arrived home tired and rendered, splendid refresh must have been a vine, because it I has been incorporated at ...cago. It for latarsMBtOr .

spliced until It was a conglomeration ready for a late supper well satisfied 'ments served and Miss Galloway's ,only brings a curse upon mankind." I,is not to be run for profit. Medicine, O Pjas was a rwnspleu)we twat

of ropes and strings; but with a with our day's outing.JamestownIY.1 I If !hospitality was greatly enjoyed by !her Rabbi Aba said: "It was the fruit I'dentistry, pharmacy, the arts aad br of the ceafsn as* awl ..... ..a'

flourish of a whip" which was made out :\. Evening Journal. guests. of an ethrog fa( kind of citron.) Is it I sciences, law, theology, and hiadmi Important statioB la this etat*

of a piece of rope tied to a stick, and }I not written in the bible "The tree ,I ,subjects are to be taught, perhaps I; H* wa the pta...r pass anasrr

a toot of his horn and with the good What to Do When Bilious. I Newspaper Advertising.For was good for food?' And this is the I|free. I I'I ia PtorMs. ad .iatrsMkkMd BMB, .f I I
wishes of all the guests who were up The right thing to do when you feel a number ot years I advertised only 'tree' which can be eaten, as well j early variety ef ps .eBt* thai aesiace ,..
to see the start, we left the: hotel. I l bilious is to take a dose of Chamber- II I only in my windows and in some of as its fruit." A Carload of Horses and Mules. proved se predkaM* t
,, would here state that our guide was lain's Stomach and Liver Tablets. the street cars, because I did not feel Rabbi Jose said it must have been iI i He was the Mace etresier rf I It.. \

once arrested for murder and was ac- They will cleanse the stomach andregulate .'that I could afford to advertise in the I the fig tree and that through the tree ,,I\ Mr. Hugh Nichols of tbe firm of Clatter, 9tetes esperisBsBt statics t (}
the liver and bowels. Try it.
and he fully! looks it. Adam and Eve & Nichols has I Lake City Md hsum*..* .
quitted, Price 25 cents. Samples free at all daily papers. Two years ago last sep- were cursed and also i Thompkins : been In was bwajslr

"Our party consisted of four gentlemen druggists. m tember I was having a cravenette coat ,corrected. !'Atlanta for the past week purchasing cal' IB tatradurtBC the .rvta* uf t.-.

: A: J: Peterson, of Jamestown, Chamberlain's Cough Remedy a Favorite sale, and I succeeded in selling for a I Yet the great Rabbi Jehuda exclaimed :another carload of horses and mutes 11 I baeru m nortda which ha* ai.. *.ia<*

J. Lythgoe! of Providence, W. .\, Me- I| "We. prefer Chamberlain's. Cough couple of weeks about fifty coats a I"Why waste time in such discussions :for their stables in this city. The I proves M ....f'i....... la tarn ..* ft. e

Creery, of New York, and the writer. !I Remedy to any other for our child- day. I thought I would try a columnad. I Know you not that the merciful God I''|animals arrived yesterday and will I,counties

and our destination the ''Ocklawaha!ren." saws Mr. L. J. Woodbury, of in one of the evening papers. The I II refrains from naming this tree with be put on sale Monday. Mr. Nichols'j i la tae ashy dars be SJBB a ..!..

river and the swamps surrounding it.j I Twining, Mich. "It has also done the next day this column ad. appeared inj I I a noble intention of preserving the is an acknowledged judge of horseflesh
We were soon well on our way and I I and work we for take us in pleasure hard colds in recommending and croup, one of the evening papers and by the I i honor of one of his creations, so thatit and those wanting either horses ;Md urged with arw ViII"' .... *a (

quickly leaving behind us the little it." For sale by all druggists m bye it was not the one that has the I should not be blamed by us as the 'or mules are cordially invited to call 4 etodiaes ,be ..'r..101..' '.0 I... .

settlement, were very soon in the I largest circulation in Chicago; I se- 'cause of man's curse?" I'at their stables on Main street aett tMaatrtt I which tu n,...1 i .. *

midst of a pine forest where from time I A Candidate for Senator. i lected the paper that this ad. appeared '' to the government lot. and "111ft 'cos** prtMpr'

to time we would come across parties Mr. Gus Morton, now a resident of I in because they gave me a low Some Fine Grapefruit; j i these animals.'j Dr. DvPfcM ni>' .>' ireditors a.

of negroes who were gathering pitch Williston, is a candidate for senator rate, but they agreed to give my ad. |!' j I of the Ftoruia t hr SB tvoeftir <
from the pine trees and at the nearby from Levy county to fil Ithe unexpired l|la good position in the paper. The j I Some of the very finest grapefruit i! Ow'ng to, shortage of ears intern est- I I I aced i. pros* r.-1 I tad. -

stills were making resin, and as the (item o? Senator Carter deceased. 1!result was that the next day the sales I j jI the writer has ever seen was bruoght l Kentucky many of the coal mines II Ida had He aiarriMOB'! r ,

negroes always sing when at work it J l Mr. Morton, in a leaflet addressed I jUo which formerly had been about fifty ''!in this week from the young grove of I are obliged to reduce the produettoa'j of the late Dr 111 '.IUU' of 'Hi ,.,

was quite a novelty for us tenderfoots i the voters of Levy county states j coats a day jumped to 142, and in 501'I'Mr. E. V. Blackman at Orange Glade. I,of coal, and it is said that more IBM 'eeuatfr. aad owa**! a fa-n. fttar
Leaving behind us the last trace ofj| his platform and challenges his op- !days I had sold over 3.500 raincoats. t The fruit was of good color symmet ,1.000 cars are on sidings along the ,lad alway claim.*! 'hi- 4- i II.a>-

civilization we pushed deeper into the | poutfcts to a joint debate. I II For the year following that sale I1 I rical form and excelelnt Savor. This I i lines of the Louisville & Nashville Mad va warmli afkb..j

pine woods and there we saw a southern !I While this paper does not agree in I'continued to advertise in this one pa-I is the first year Mr. Blackman's grove!; railroad.

pine forest as it really it: The I i toto to all of Mr. Morton's "articles of!I per. Last fall I felt that I could afford has fruite and the fruits comparemost l I ------ -- I This Itwai M seM.X .

tall pines with the sun trying to faith" it would nevertheless, favorablyy: with those from older The St. Augustine Record say that e hare Jut fottea ta a r.r Wa l
bej I jto invest about
say. 55,000 adver-I of the I... Mood .... .,
shine through their tall tops and here ( pleased to see him become member j groves. This is rare with citrus fruits members of the legislature should receive em hraRh
: a I in of the other
Using some papers. Ij to tae state ant to see taaai if to adattnt
small lakes scattered along and shows what may be accomplished I instructions from their various ;
there of the
k and II senate. He would be a conspicuous -{i used three morning papers and three| taeat We win sell. at tamd

the route for one cannot travel any member of that body and would l!1|evening papers, the best in Chicago. by intelligence and care in making a I counties to have the state aid ia the :very reasaBabit. prices C... a*-i \

distance here without coming acrossa i. make himself heard on all questions )!The results have been something phe- grove.Iiamiews.. r building of hard surface ronte. They :\took that ever aXARIOK > .

small lake or pond and in all of I IthE'm coming. before it. Mr. Morton is a I nomena!. I did not have to invest the are needful in the development of I j i> rAft'' "," .I
I xz : FlarhMB
: The advice of the St. Petersburg' i
and around tht-ir |the state.
arealligators born
: politician but has devoted the $:. .wO. The profits came back from the
all kinds of water fowl are I of his j Independent is to buy real estate. It's J ------
borders most life to helping his friends. j jj advertising before their'I H. THAL TT.
E I newspaper good advice if you buy in the right For Sal:Japanese Ned .al f. R.
to be seen. We always approach j We are glad now that he has turned I
j in and I do Prtre1N et
bills came ,
t I not figure today place. Many of the millionaires of ]0, Jones, Anew Station. ltd* tiAe
these lakes very quietly to get a his guns in his own direction and we !i that I have a dollar invested ina'lvenising.From I I
glimpse of alligators and :succeeded in hope that his friends will help him !1 the country owe good fortune to

s getting a shot at several but did rot i! with the same measure of loyalty and I Autobiography small investments in real estate. The Kill tbe com aad pea weevil aad I''s haw D.H4 laPies. taip S...... ........, '\
I of a Business Man In Everybody'sMagazine the gopher by using Carte niuTYDLNGS !- j Etc seem
same opportunities present themselves ''I M netia, **datttes IN"
kill any. After a drive of three hours I j i, sreauousity that he has helped them. I I I now. ,phlde; :5 feat;. utWaelsM In .*} MM*.

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MISS SARA ELIZABETH HARRIS;i. i i Russell! A. Alger United States sen- r The friend!.s ofMr.: F. .J. O'Hara MRS. NEWSOM ENTERTAINS FOF E WE MUST BEAUTIFY.: MEETING OF THE ROAD OF

Local Editor. I:ator from :Michigan, and who was throughout this section will! be more MRS MIMMS. TRAM

: secretary of war during the Spanish- than delighted that he has been ac- The Holder block i is an object lesson -

American! died suddenly in Washington 'quitted of the charge of for
war peonage
Among the delightful eventsi to citizens.
I many ; our was a A regular m"-.-' ii- ,f't' t I.'r.. ,
LOCAL AND PERSONAL. < Thursday.: 'the second time. The case lasted over : '
lof i the past few weeks none havebeen ; :building that remained for :years imlyi tral'"' was held! in! 'he ,tan.!. 1'lItll.:
three weeks, the government exhaust-
: pleasanter than the party which i partly occupied and the rents hardly ber Friday aft-rt: "'H ',"hi ati t)
all its but in both
ing resources cases
NI Harry Baxter of Candler !t : :Mr. Fayette Miller, of Cotton Plant i i| .
spen ,. dance wan not !aru I t\! .
# ? < r rsr
I Mrs. W. V. Newsom Friday af paid for the repairs. It : >
i(who is perhaps the best posted man he was promptly I acquitted by the gave was finally
Saturday' in Ocala. said that he wa ahM-nt from ti .'
:fen the county on cattle, was in Ocala jury. I ternoon in honor of Mrs. Carney's sister purchased by Mr. Edward Holder '
t city during thf !lalll ;tw. mrvuag ant

f' Dr. 1._... the state veternary sur_ I Friday and said that considering the ( Mrs. Buena Minims of Trenton,, ;;'who spent thousands of dollars in had not hta! funiitu-! with thr mmims '

'MID, was among the visitors u) I unprecedented drought the cattle of Have Returned to Ocala. ;!'Ky.I making it comfortable and attractive.He of raid l m_ tnK.t'rridfni .- .1
the in fine condition.i Mr. and Mrs. Paul C. Davis who
county are
. <>..al. Saturday.The i ,
I The rooms were prettily decorated had it fitted up with all the modern Munrmaifi Mr Jak*
i have been spending the past six
with i Brown. m<'mber of th- cuaiiuiim 'm 1
and Mrs. Newsom conveniences
evergreens -steam heat.ier-
Ocala loose hmch stan i r.: I The home of Mr. and Mrs. Hampton months in Colorado and :Minnesota .plan and otl.op>. gav- an informal ,..
and :Mrs. Mimms received the
guests .tric elevators
have returned to Ocala and will again tiled floors marble
opened' Saturday. Mr. Albert Anso:I ,Brinson of Oxford has been made in the front hall. Mrs. port of what the romni-e! nail .t),w. .
graham is in charge.Mr .glad by the arrival of a baby girl i make this city their home. They Newsom wore steps and the most finished workmanship Mr. Brown Mated that I they had l f'
|blue and greeted the visitors in < :
went west on account of Mr. Davis' a throughout and as a resulev; -
several Mrs. Brinson
ago. was mutated fh i plan ,'f al 'hlD .11.1! ,iaifontar (
8. 8. Savage jr., came up fro m I ,1 before h--.r manage Miss Wade, of I II health, who is very much improvedand ,very happy manner. The honor guest ery room in all parts of the building "l their finding'o ttt!..rn. > 1
[ in white and
was gowned carried i
has been rented for of .
delighted to get back to Ocala. i a term i -ani
'andier Saturday afternoon to spend;I this city. t r.-n< :al Kilt, who ha. ftVd l H.ns.-.
I carnations.The
Their friends here are glad to know pink Other buildings just as commodious. f
I mat they will again cast in their lot afternoon was spent very informally |with rooms as large but yet in 'nit'
I John C. Devant, jr., of Brooks- prem.111'1 That 11' t'mut l.jn' hatbtt'U I
| and of the time I
part was devoted -
wine with our citizens. are unrented. This tell!!
Mr J. J. Williams the well known son of Gen. Devant, and who is the of !I il'i'itud and! .11) ftlAlt"'j.l i j
{ | to guessing a clever con- :its own story.
Bh an-1 oyster man of Homosasa, a prominent young attorney of that niaKanw! < r itNiat ..' Ta ihai"-..' I,.'
The friends of Mr. Sidney E. Hiller !test. Assisting Mrs. Newsom was i There is an avenue in Cahf"rnia
wan a visitor to the city Saturday. city was in Ocala on legal business fonthai I tribunal "
formerly of this city will be interested her mother Mrs. S. E. Waterman, ; said to be the handsomest in 'he 1
Friday and was a caller at this of- | i Mrs. E. Mr Munnw "far''h.r! e.-. ral: tnu,
L. Carney and Mrs. C. R. 1 J
to know that he is now engaged in world. On each side are all kin.of l
The Gl.nwood hotel has so manj r fice. Mr. Devant reports that Brooks- 1 ,dn-d l i'itfrhad: l II.., n >* ri in i \ "r 1
the real estate business in Birmingham Tydings. ornamental shade trees that will ;grow
guests that the parlors have to bt! vine is growing rapidly and that her I I ions tit iirnr, Uuunl.s i.t T..'!" HI it
Ala. He is the senior memberof {I Chicken salad, almonds, wafers, ,in that state. The street Itself! has
f'OIIvN'ted laW sleeping rooms. citizens are all prospering. Dr. Cox, 1 differ-ri! n>I.aU..,. in 'V ." > .urn ju- 11
} the S. E. Hiiler Realty company I i sandwiches and coffee was served ,'been tna4. .? as perfect a drh''aas.
a prominent physician of Brooksville j i I of i'i-! 'ai"- sad 'II! 'II'BI\ flt f
i ;|I by Misses Annie Davis, Margaret and ,
with offices in the Brown-Marx:: build. ,the md! accomplished engine'rcan
Mr. William fix of Kendrick
was was also here Friday. I pliesS'l'1 tw"' n rw.at: .!lad 'li i" '
ing in that This also I[Mamie Taylor Julia and Virginia ''make it and result it ha isig.
WM business visitor to Ocala .' city. company I as a ; atitracteti 9 9t
a yester I flIaljl"I: ,I help had ''It i\ I. 1''
I ;'has a branch office at Sylacaugua I l:Mayo and Miss Elizabeth Newsom. :, world wide attention and tourists : ''
1 day. Mr. Andrew Griffiin, the well I 1} m: at'r iu< rha! 'L! nlu-'t-!
Ala. :Mr. Hiller's many Ocala friends I: The other guests at this delightful i from all parts of (heu>rl \J. ![known truck of Anthony, "{ I(>-aa: and! Barton 'I ,u' hail l ;.1 ,
grower affair besides the guest of honor and there
wish him abundant: success in his especially to see it. R
Mrs. W. II. Henry of Lake Weir, : I : hilt I' ikinai ,' '
very r > hit
;!was in Ocala Friday, but as his busL L the ladies assisting were the fol-
Friday ID Ocala the oiMr { l:new line of business.Mr. If Ocala expects tourists to l .Hue j
pent guest .
mess in our neighboring town is so auks' i Ih ''t"f tc."- 'ocaed
lowing :
*. W. J. Chambers. I here she must prepare soiu"uliat ; ; .
Its \ irk
,rushing he only remained for a few I II and Mrs. Walter McDonald, ) Mrs. W.1.: Dodge, Mrs. Mary ;for their entertainment. Sight<-< rs, j
I He the rain last : O'lur !ii.a'tt-ri < 'il' r..h I'i
hours. says Sun-jj]have purchased the residence of Mr. Dodge Maddox, Mrs. Albert Gerig i who pay their money want to get he
C !Mr. J. C. Pedriek, of the Crosby &: j joest. 'II",. d I 'IwetaJly lIlt' t w 'utl,
!Hues at Martin day was a great blessing to the trucklers ]D. R.: Mills and will move to their I Mrs. H. L. Anderson Mrs. R. L. An- I They do not want to shiver: .
was '
company amongour in his section. He 1 Nir.'i i tArt at I n- ..tthe mWN 11'_
prominent visitors on Friday. was ]new[ home'very shortly after the first I Iof derson, Mrs. Mamie Howse-Stovall, i! with the cold nor suffer from she:1: .
to Ocala by his daughter, I Mrs. X. I. Gottlieb Mrs. G. S. Scott ( rq'fH..tatl"t| th'1 .
jpanied the month. This one of the most I >heat neither do they want to go hanlgry. -
hani K. Mil A..N-. lit I''I.n
( > .a.i. I i. f
Miss Adah Bennett, of Crystal 'Miss Ossie Griffin. i(comfortable and well arranged dwell-!Mrs. Bennett: Mayo, of Jacksonville, They want the best of everything ,
(liut! it" il tiaiie a<'" ? arl raM. tt i I. I.
River was in Ocala Friday afternoon i I.]ings in Monticello. The property has'I Mrs. Charles Rheinauer Mrs. :M. : and are willing to pay for it. ;,('his ,.II.J.-r' xrfpt '' ", Ire I< M..I,

returning from a visit to her sister, I{ Mr. B. W .Blount of Tampa pres-ji been well kept and has electric lights, !i Fishel Mrs. J. W. Pearson :Mrs. Z. | If they can't get it at one place they j ]Baker and Rcpr..ut.t't! XVar'img J
idem of the Blount Real Estate company i C. Chambliss. Mrs. R. A. Burford, : i
Mm. R. J. Knight in Tampa. :]tot and cold water and other modern | pick up and :'T to another. .
I anti ,lath to alien i a m.rilnz. the
( of this city, was here Friday.1, n n niences. The grounds are large I Mrs. William Hocker Mrs. Louis Du- 1! We want here a beautiful driveway
He that things in Tampa are1.I II II val, Mrs. A. G. Gates Mrs. J. K. Austin Ioa il at HMHf fntwr> Mti> ,'
Dr. Horace Reeves of Inverness says and thereon are some of the largest. to Silver Springs. 4 iisi-uss 'be practkaMIUy <* fro :, 1

and Mr. H. M. Baum of Crystal Paver .I going ahead at a tremendous gallop ,and most prolific pecan trees in this i isection. Mrs. G. F. Dittmer Mrs. Harry !1 We want this driveway made w!de J
i a law' lor th* protect... nf the there indeed ex-1.! Clan-:son. Mrs. Thomas Sexton Mrs. ; -
were among the visitors in Ocala and people are .-Monticello News. enough for automobiles and )t'aer 1 JStMUM's

Friday.Mr i pecting| to become the "Queen City ; Geo. K. Robinson Mrs. Jack Camp, i vehicles to pass each other wit h.tut 1lesetsWasIf .

of the Gulf." At the same rate of in-I Mr. Philip Rosenbaum. of Redding, Mrs. W. S. Bullock Mrs. Walter !'danger. We want this drivea or- 1!,

*. Sue Feaster of Micanopy, after crease the population is expected inj IJ Pa., spent Friday in Ocala. Friday Hood Miss Lewis of Jamaica Mrs. ':namented with every tree and plant TaIJII..1 want-, I,. ;. k' ,I. I

is very few years to measure strength ;! I J. E. Chace :.''S. C. E. Powell, of :and shrub indigenous to our soil We ..
a visit in this city with her sister I ]morning he walked into the store of 108II.\ .h. B-hr u" r h. ail '
I with Galveston or New Orleans. Itj 1, I Lexington Ky., Mrs. W. H. Powers, 'want it so attractive as to call forth .
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Mm. T. M. Moore left Saturday for Mr. M. Fishel and pretended that he I ITKle in rata H uuti : : khJII
,[looks likt Tampa will become a great i jj; Mrs. Frank Harris. Mrs. G. T. Maughs ;continued exclamations and rhn 'r" .,
J. Jarickoa\ile! to visit relatives. Risked. to make a purchase. He looked > i "n A lie thi- t.l.'ptug .' !

1 Q city. i! at various articles of clothing and Mrs. E. 1C Nelson Mrs. Abe Brown !want the spring beautified especiallyso ;\ of rr, h. t.u.: It' I...

Mr. C. P. Souus. of Seattle Wash I I I II suddenly turned to Mr. Fishel, who Mrs. D. E. Melver and Mrs. Townley ; at night by the marvels of tee- f'tricit !!"!. !I.." p.1.I i rTI'

y on* of our subscribers writes that he The people of Ocala are still echo-!|lad: not recognized him and said 'I Porter. Under competent hani! ; i if |r rue UnI; ,. r Muinr It.- :;

expert to leave that state soon and I ing the praise of the young rector of i i.'Well you don't know me do you?"I |I can be made as beautiful: as an ar | ; > \ 'I-I ''a krtt

will come to Florida for a visit and I Bradentown. The two sermons beuJ [t turned out that Mr. Rosenbaum MR. AND MRS. JACK CAMP i!tist's picture. < ia-l it d.. II ,!tt! of 'h.' Itl/: ,
J delivered in this city were as fine asj!, We must do something if i' .. .
will probably locate here. Mr. Fishel's consin and came to this GIVE AN OYSTER ROAST. we want ,. ,,1 I- f t pl'" !

I we have heard in many years. He i,; olntl1from Germany in 1STO oni I' to come in friendly rivalry with iav ,(nt. ... .:: "!t'h .,. v .

Mi ( harlfg> A. Tren-. re. presidentof '!'is fired with religious zeal and has !:he: same vessel with Mr. Fishel and I Mr. and Mrs. Jack Tamp gave a east coast section and get our pro ; 1Iet.'nr.v .

; the gift of eloquence in a marked de- rata of the visitors to the :staKnere -. >
i the' Belieview Trading hey: had not seen each other since most delightful oyster roast Saturday --
gree and an abundant vocabulary i i. ; ,1i Ocala has on' "!>' tMierh'' 'u % i had &"< "tlr!
cs.iuiuiiv and an enthusiastic mem- LS7C.[ Mr. Fishel was wl1muc } surprised night at their home on Camp Heights
|His diction is fine and impressive'and have a hunIr..tIjitors and! h. r IHiP'j amt: Sattira! I.
fcrr If the Ocala! lodge of Elks wasataewt. I but it was a very pleasant from half past six o'clock to nin'o'clock. -

.; mr visitors on Friday. ''I his presence: p'tasing. He ('':l:I"I:red ,ne. Mr. Rosenbaum has nog :::e ;I 'ilatKm O'mlit to bo '.a-tly "lP' :than I v- '.in n'"' i'' .

every one who "-.oar:', him anti Ms: ].:o south FlorHa. but before 1'1=:nrntngi I The "roast" was given in the large it is in'i.. w of all h. r n.-'fura! advent 'planting! and oib, r fartu wt .

sermons it is believed: will be as seeti .* 'r 'n-'rf, ",' I 'hi ",
agt !? < : ?
.north will several in Ocala
Mr*. Mina Bond Hopkins of Orange speed days :grounds of their home and about thirtyfive -
in ground and v.T.l bear ,
ake.I after a visit of a week in Ocala sown good with Mr. Fishel. I of their frien'ls enjoyed rLis .- -, .. -----.- -
rich harresMr. \
r.rsnud I : homo Sah rlaShe! cann a 1 festivity. ,,,'r- "."... < -. '

1 A "ll .. .t\ '':'d< [tli'Lev c.nftW-ry celt 1 Vlisr Dye !Emertair:: : :tie Card Club, ; Mr. and Mrs. Camp were assist ) .-.-....- ". I. .. -. I.",--- -- .
Thomas: Sexton f2'ti.1l'Ilt:1j: \ hn.v .
'J.- i '.: ion .:n'I remained in the city dur- Saturday afternoon a very cianaing i by Col. and :Mr. W. N. .Cairn. an.}
iron Kansas City. Mo., vhrthe !
Friday v
jt m... thy eating of the Episcopal con- meeting of the young ladies card chihi IMr. Clarence Camp. ta,' *p"ciui! ,(':
had been attending a meeting o?
.It II text vas heLl with Miss Hattie Dye. whoa :guests being Mr. and Sirs. Pat! 'aii I;< I Jd
the! beard of directors of a fv'Pt'; r I i.i.h: Storage
--- ... onof the cl'ib'-s: most attractiveLostes.es. 'of Franklin. Va., an'l! ail vied wl; II i :
k-y of which h'is alit ir.'jm\ .
" "!lI' Vlauu-Howosasna: fishingt'1ih ': ,company She bail a; her guests:: only II I Ii.o each other in seeing that t'cvervon,'
.' says that: copper is higher nov I
*|H i.t Satiulay morning in Ocala I Clef:;> members au 5 Miss! Miriam ] was having a big time.
than at any tioie in the history of !this I of Meats
in ih-ir i 1'1 mate car. They were enlout ':tinier of Tarboro X. C., the guest of !j Over big fires in the yarthree! barrels
country and the prospects of his COM- I
: home: from Honiosassa, where 1 111'::. C. S. Cullen. and :Miss Opal i of splendid oysters were roast'.
exceedingly alluring. He
I ih.'\ hat l sji..nt a fortnight at their : pan are 'smith, of Griffin. Ga.. who visiting: and great fun was had in op! .suing an-;

rUrminc dull! house. Their outing : says he was a week getting home. :.L ler cousin:: Mrs. ('-. H. Harrison. There :I i eating these deliccious bivalves! which We beg to announce JG t r.o:
i the schedules being all disarranged .
this nearm was in every way a most were five tables and thegames were were supplemented with delightful hot

"tF'able oni almost all the way on account of |_horoughly enjoyed. j rolls and butter and steaming coffee public that we are t o rains bad weather and general con- .., ,
-- : The scores: were marked on cunning i The night was itself a delightful'

Mr H. t' Jones is using the paint{i jgestion of business. ;little Japanese fan shaped cards. !moonlight one and electric lights un- I cure Meats. We GUA AK:

I I ht'.:v heroically in his neighbor- I fancy Japanese doilies were used and !.der the trees heightened the atrrarItive -

I.ut! riv I la wood hotel the Messrs.: Charlie Ball. Louis Lang. '.the first prize a beautiful Japanese effect of the moon beams. Th. TEE SATISFACTION a .'

Klllobt hc'Hf and his own home area Allan Fort and C. J. McCranie weeout hanging flower basket filled with exquisite big fires burning brightly, the nierrv 1

I'N'king \\hiu- as paint can make on a hunt in the big scrub on I! white and piak roses was ,and animated crowd presented a IOM- solicit your tron :

heDi.J the east side of the Ocklawaha river'('' won by Mrs. W. H. Powers. !Ily scene and graphaphone music ad H-! ,

for several days during the past week. The booby prize an attractive Jap- led to this unique affair. The evening I

Our frit-mi. Mr. J. S. Norton, of St. On Thursday they were joined by Mr.;;anese sketch, went to Mrs. D. S. I with this popular couple! will belong OCALA ICE a
1'. ll'n-bur x. ri mires in one of Editor John Galloway and Mr.' J. C. Howell.'I II I Woodrow. a pleasant memory to the for''.-

rauh's, uitoonH. Mr. Norton, in co- ,They all returned Friday afternoon At the conclusion of the games a nate guests.

r 1'IIln'r.bll' with Mr. S. R. Pyles of.and[ report a big time. Besides killing i!j salad course with coffee sandwiches. I FUEL CO.

I ..1 a ,'(lUDI ', has recently established five deer and smaller game in abundance |I I etc., was attractively served. I A Fatal Qaurrsl. \\
they succeeded in killing a: T rwLSB-.P'"
o 'Admit at St. Petersburg and the'Imes I I
black bear and bruin gave i'l] Stratton's store six miles ,
in mammoth : eat there
1 : : had him cartooned good I II I I I Woman Acted Parson. .. ----- f as.
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-'t:pe as 'lie [>\erbi.U fat woman at I I[them magnificent sport. I Ii j Miss Mary Moye this week married I witnessed a bloody affray'h.I.-

'I., wash ".ib. I I ''Miss Ernie Christopher to Mr. Melvin afternoon between two prominent < .>

-_ i i Mr. J. B. Booth living near ig-I'Williams, both of Crewsville. tlemen, Mart Thomas and J. :M. S1.:!!,

Creek in the southeastern jr., in which the former \', -
Tucker is of the gertown van
MrVa .t non one I The ceremony took place at the

I i->( .t nr",n in the city. He is now portion of the county was in town clerk's office on Tuesday January killed.It .

XMHIII; t illileuvkood l i hotel, the Cart. i Friday with a wagon load of turkeys I I Il3"th, and was witnesesd by a number appears there was a dispw" u-

v n siiteuce, the Crom residence and -fifty in number which he raised oJ friends. to* ownership of'a bunch of catt'! :- ,, ,.... e

It will not be himself and which he disposed of to I bride Both men were expecting trouble! at: .?*V V/
La.t a doyea others. After the ceremony the happy :.:..-J,
Mr. W. P. Edwards at the city were armed with revolvers.t': : / 111Nature's
in Ocala mark-\I rr"w
".uic before every residence and groom spent the rest of the day
:et. We visited that section they met this afternoon, warm wi.'v-,: \ ..": :: i::;""
AI't'!| bavn electric lights and the demand pleasantly in Arcadia, boarding the :

made la almost & necessity. .county some years ago and were I II night train for a wedding trip. It was ensued, and it is claimed that Sullna.:: .. ,. 1 /

Keep struck with its adaptation to the culture [struck at Thomas. whereupon Thun.i- I
tv.iU: Continues to grow. your I a runaway match.
The bodies of the hi- and shot Sullivan. th '
of oranges. '[pulled gun >
I"' un Ocala! : This was a most notable wedding
clean as if they had I ball striking the breast-bone jw-:
[trees were as from the fact that it was the first

has been returned !been scrubbed with soap and water I above the left nipple glancing arounu
Senator Bailey wedding ever performed by a womanin Own Remedy ol e'iA
and the leaves were bright and glos- land lodging near the right shoulder
t.j the -mate from Texas but his userulul' this part of Florida. Miss Moye ,

s will be more or les impaired. sy. They were flawless. We did not ',has recently received her appointmentas second shot went through the uppe! .
fur Constipttt.n, B !b ". t'r-po-\> I
of safe laft-.ng cure
insect the Just after being sure .
any of
right arm.
It uil! I* remembered that he permitted detect an notary public, and makes a most I part matism. Kidney trouti, Inti esti in, t\-. It ,. t .f't>---1 ti
( his friends to force a vote kind. Mr. Booth tells us that these charming officer who will no doubt take hit the first time Sullivan drew cratain4ne'ther&eohii4 mercury nor atwntt. W'of. Lao* i btera r v lu NIT..j to fr 10-.,. 'al.''- *?
formation (free) if lou iufter from any iyrr tjrc<
while a committee, was investigating trees are looking just the same now. pleasure in officiating at all marriagesthat his gun and fired several times killing

charges against him. His influence That they have never had a visitation come her way.-Arcadia Chain Thomas almost instantly. Six Month's Treatment $1.00 j a, SS.iVwAlso .t...............

will bo considerably weakened. His; from the white fly, scale insector pion. I During the melee Aaklas Bass, a

advocacy of a measure however good, any other pest. He says that the bystander was shot through the toll direct or at a3 dealers fai 8:a ..4 r,c. p"k** .

will not carry so much weight with trees not only escaped injury during The Sumterville Times is urging fleshy part of his arm by a stray MOUNTAIN HERB CO.. Knoxville, Tenn.

It as of yore: and his impeachment of the late freeze but that the fruit also Captain D. H. Baker for president of shot. Dr. Winn. who attended Sullivan 1'

the political integrity of Hearst and escaped. That he gathered dome oranges the senate. He is an old member, has does not consider his wounds

others will tall hurtless at their feet. after the freeze and that they the experience and the qualifications dangerous, unless blood poisoningsets 1 For Sale by

still sound and juicy. It is a sec- necessary and that body might go further in.-Kissimmee Dispatch
lie like Platt and Depew will findit are to'' Tydiags & Co.. Ocala, Fit. Anti-Moaopoiy Drug E ate, ()Q..a. r.a. ,.
hud to recover lost ground. tion that is to be congratulated. and fare worse. Times Union t

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GET AWAY FROM THE OLD '!mentioned was' sold to J. O'Berry. ofj: LEE AS A FIGHTER. ![ end of 1S62.! His caution, his fail- I J" I --i

GROOVE.If that place. For a time this animal' I ure to assume the aggressive, were J A Ndw,
H. A. Spencer L. I!. Lan: It "
was a source of everlasting tribula I''John S. Wise Reviews His Record as the caution and self restraint of con I

tion and grief to' his owner whose an Commander.To scious poverty. imposed upon a nature I
Aggressive s
Desire to Achieve Success in I
!!lamentations could be heard at any hued with great plans and fighting I
Florida-The Announcement
New Comer Must -I'I'i f1
i hour of the day for he loudly proclaimed purpose.
Learn Many Things Before He the Editor of the New York Times:
himself three different kindsof Time will do justice to Lee and i
Can Get the Best Results from i j
a fool for exchanging good mpney I read with deep appreciation your the final estimate will not rank him 1 I 'Yp ha\.:. .11l..t purl"It".1 i tl1., "' (1':1: \f'H \ t.. Imachinn'
Farming in Florida. editorial in the issue of today on Gen.
,for beast hat was absolutely useless. either slow, overcautious or doubt ,
a as .. tit- V-i, "J"lj I I''ill"' It'I'$ "
in t':-ai! t Itti .f
Lee. Not American
Unfortunately agricultural matters only the people,
but still refused to die. Finally Mr. i ii ing. Seeing what he did accoaiplihwith
I 1' lair .
in the state of Florida there i 'but all lovers of charity and magna'i and >licit a' ..hart'i> ..' of tlu- rt-r *""k: III ; >
i turned him in the had it pity
O'Brien out wOOdS : what he seems a
seems to be always a tendency to run mimity, will praise you for this broad ,i adjoining ivuutiw VV make s 1H.. 'lah\, ,tf r.-HIli' i
.pasture with a prayer that he might j i that such a man should neither ha''p ;
in one groove and to arrive at the I and patriotic expression. The time is !;
,never see him again. However, the I had the opportunity to be seen at hi- I strain pumps, gas engine tLt <:I'
decision because a certain of surely here when we do justice j "
way I II may .
bull seems to have been a game beast military best.-John S. Wise in NV" u- ( "
doing th'ngs: is the correct way in !to the character and motives of the!
i and the next time Mr. O'Berry l in York Times.
other pkS; that and that only must both sides. Until the issue
men on ,
,with him he discovered that instead of j
be the way it should be done here, was settled neither side was demonstrated i I i
dying! the bull had put on some flesh i THEVOP4LD LOOKS GOOD.
without reference to the difference of right. And after it was settled ;. .
and gave evident signs of having taken jgiPgJRHVff'f
climate, soil and other conditions. no matter how reflecting men I
a new lease of life. As a matter j How does it appear to you?
This has been one of the besetting must admit that the conscientious! b
,of fact the animal is nov well and ) They are pushing up the wasen" "h'
loins of all the farmers who have set I men on both sides were not in the I! !
(!Strong, and instead of wailing in his men who run the trains:
tied here, extreme instances being the r wrong, if the word retains its an- !ist BgffglETRgfr? :
!languish, Mr. Berry is willing to dis- They are raising valuation on maV ::1
cafe where northern farmers have I 'cient meaning of intentional derelic-
i cuss with anyone the good points of muscles and on brains: ___:\: jjf
come to the state and insisted on I this tion. Once more, I thank you for the -- -:;
bull and to tell of the numberof Here a raise, there a raise, ---
preparing their land for crops in the spirit of your editorial. Its that of I
{, fine half-bred calves and cattle Pennsylvania Standard Oil ,.
samv way they did in the north, i the old soldier. :
I which are now roaming his pasture. i Steel Trust earning people's praise. '
with more or less disastrous results. ( You are guilty of strange oversight i
a '
I, At the state fair a year ago Dr. I Giving more to those who toil: McMillan Bros.
Now it appears to the Times that however, in reviewing the military :
!Guerrant, of McIntosh, had a small I Farmers are becoming rich; doctors(
many of the lire stock breeders of record of Gen. Lee. You speak i I{
II j!Lumber of these cattle on exhibition, I lawyers, merchants, too- j
the state who are now realizing that ,of Malvern Hill and Gettysburg as }
and it is greatly to be regretted that Say' the world looks good to me; how I Southern COPICrrk ..
the days of the range cow are a thing j I his only aggressive battles. The sec-I' '
Marion: county made no appropriationfor does it appear to you?
of the past, and that if they wish to I ond battle of Manassas was the bold I
I the fair this year, the doctor was 1
remain in business they must fence est in conception and most aggres- .
not on hand on this occasion. Every kind of crop a bumper-corn, i i Manufacturers of Turpentine >Swills
their cattle and improve their size i sive in execution of all the battles
These cattle, when s own a' potatoes, apples, wheat-
and beef producing qualities, by the j fought by Lee. In fact, it was the t and General Metal Worker ,
ago, had only been a short time in There is small excuse for people who
Introduction of pure bred bulls, would I only battle sought by him in which
the state and had but recently recov- lack things; to wear or eat :1?
do well before deciding on the breed I b.is'ictory was so complete that he .
the ]Farm hands wanted here and there
ered from effects of inoculationfor j
which they intend to improve taeir I slept upon the battlefield from which demanded in the mills < Hd Still:, takfn in exchange far n."n..'''' J*.tt 'l..L. *
the fever, they were therefore, Help :
herds with, to give the matter some the enemy had been driven. The 1I through the country a specialty tl'th.ri mwi i
in motion
Wheels everywhere.
really in no conditujto to be shown at ;
consideration and not hastily jumpto boldnesswith I which he divided his wire will r.i,'" prompt atBtt at *-ith.T .f :i' .
, Daily
the fair but were shipped along with fewer human ills; ,
a snap judgment on this important army and laid himself open to the foll Mvins works .
the rest of the cattle from the doc E 14 Greedy people finding out that the
i subject using merely as a justification defeat: of his forces in detail has I I
tor's place as a proof of the experiment joys of greed are few"""'*
of their actions, that certain I Ilrt.t'ds I been: characterized by his critics as AMttfU
he was making.: In spite of thisI 'Say, this world looks good to me:
have been recognized as the rash, notwithstanding his victory,
they were in fairly good flesh and im how does it appear to you? ,
bofct in other localities and for that II and only defended by his admirers
pressed a number of visitors to the
reason must be the best for Florida is justified by his knowledge of his
!fair as a stamp of animals which 1 Even Hetty Green declaring trusts, \.
pastures. :ftX- r. 1
idversary- -
should soon adapt itself to the condi -3 menace and a curse, t fJ'
" At the present time there seems to I n Have you not coniounaea Lee with
tions in south Florida. I Bv tomorrow H. H. Rogers may i*
be a' great demand for Herefords to I Johnston in speaking of the former 'I'

the exclusion of everyother breed I The Aberdeen Angus is par excel'I as Fabian in his methods? It is true emptying his purse: !

f lence as a beef cow, the extreme 'j: I Grafters being hunted down. Ocala House Wine
anti there is no doubt but that the that Lee. by superiority of numbers Roonjs
their brew!
, : Gamblers toiling for :
white faces are one of the best beef shortness of its legs enabling i butcher opposed: to him, by the necessity of I Footpads: driven out of ton ) t

producing breeds in the world, in a to cut more steak from one ol: husbanding his resources and by thean
+" .their carcasses, with less waste, th I Smoke less blinding overhead: I .
region where the grass grows prolifically I knowledge that a great defeat could 11. 1 I tOLD
from of the taller breeds, and' t Rich men being justly taxed -ja'i;f! t
enough to supply them with any
I I'j j not be repaired, was always hampered I
f the means of producing this beef, this same shortness should it would I Then points becoming few-
ventures. ,
( desperate
but seem, be greatly in its favor as the any i Say this world looks good tu r.n:
on poor pastures are probably I too, the federal strategy against LLEGHANy
,,animal for this where, in how does it appear to you?
[o' other breeds \L.!'!'. voul fill many Richmond was so constant and so I .

the bill and prove actually of more I'I'i 'parts, it is with difficulty that grass threatening that for the most part
and the legislatures getting
profit to the farmer than the larger I can be grown sufficiently strong to defensive 0
his attitude was necesarily
animal.A support the huge frame of the larger .1 ready to let loose.
i But was he Fabian in his tempera PURE EYE
breeds. At the wicked combinations which I
Lft'ttwhich\ has always seemed ment? lIe was always Parthian, as
for their
would grab all use; f
f especially adapted to the state in The demand in the meat market is you say. His deadliest blows were
Government at Washington
many respects is the Aberdeen Angus, no! longer for the 2.000 pound steer, wh n he had tempted his adversaryto
Doing all the good it may:
and it would seem to be a pity that, the animal that weights about 1,200 ihink: him vulnerable.But I

, as far as the Times knows, veryfew pounds being much more in preference I All the rascals on the run.. : Put 4 full Qts
Lee's.aggressl"eness was ie- up
Wisdom spreading day by day:
t hulls of that strain have been brought and this fact adds but another I I,
markable. He succeeded Johnston
Freedom still a precious thing; all
to this state. reason why the Aberdeen Angus
t when Johnston made his first standin our glad dreams coming true: in Fancy Cartoon
Some years ago. before the veterinary should by all means be given a thorough -
a retreat. Lee converted the at- world looks :
this good to me
surgeons discovered that trial by the cattle breeders)
titude of his army into aggression, how does it to ?
cattle brought here from other states (>f Florida. I appear you Delivered at
when he quickly brought down Jack- your
must, in the majority of instances, The Times has never had an opportunity -
son and threw him on McClellan'sflank. !
be treated for tick feerV.. 1... Van of hearing how Dr. Guerrant Boston Brown Bread. OfficeFor
Within a month after he took Express
Mix together of Yank--
Duzor, of Kisslmmee, brought a car succeeded with his experiment with one cup
I command the federal army was driven of cornmeal and one of whole
load of bulls to that section, among t he breed, but would be glad to hpar'rom rye one

which were some Aberdeen Angus I' him or any other breeder of back forty miles and huddled on wheat flour. Add a level teaspoonful
: :
the defensive behind intrenchments I Stt.a ( )
of soda to pint of thick
baking a
animals. It was not long after their I he stock their opinion as to the I
and Westo Lee then
Berkeley er.
tat milk when foaming add half
arrival that the fever began to put in idaptabuuy of these cattle for introduction sour I ; a
i became aggressive: at Cedar mountain Icup of molasses. Turn this into the
Its deadly work and a number of the into the pastures of!I
and doubly so at Second Manassas. Regular $ J J.OO a Quart \VK ttr loa I
animals died out but of those which iouth Florida.Tampa Times Decemer i I .:dry ingredients, add a level teaspoonful .

survived the ordeal of the So aggressive that he became too of salt; turn the mixture into a ,
one strain I
1;;, 1906. I Price lip
bold by his invasion of Maryland and greased brown bread mold, and steam j!| omplete t. ,.
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i capture of Harper's Ferry and was continuously for five hours. ..

I punished by the bloody check at An-

b tietam. Fredericksburg was necessarily LAST DAY OF THE CONVOCATION. | Ocala House Wine Rooms.

ULL Ts, I defensive. In the: attitude of( -

4OPRA t i the armies and considering the numbers From last Friday's Daily. \ II \i i. t H I i i. HI \ J

ULL ': engaged, he was also on defensive The Episcopal convocation for ti.' *-

aP ID "$ Z t at Chancellorsville until, with southern diocese of Florida closed u-

l 'the boldness and rashness of desperation sessions in this city .\'E'sterdaat.I'. l '

EXPRESS he left his right flank exposed, Orlando was chosen as the meeting |, L.AX1)]

PpEPA1DTt and by a brilliant counter assaultwon place for the convocation next year. I

a daring victory.He I At seven thirty yesterday morningthe Ifu li.tXH ian l t.. v ,.ii w ,11..i.l .. .. ., *... at' t...t
s QT was not defensive at Chancell celebration of the Holy Eucharistwas
or ifOU want t.. bug iau.... f.r
50 orsville.! He boldly started to invade held and at nine o'clock Bishop farming 114IaiH.

: X900 '4' Pennsylvania, and. while he was defeated Gray delivered his annual address to turpentining or lumber |Hirf>.'**>*.

at Gettysburg, it has always the Woman's Auxiliary. It was a <

; been contended by military critics I magnificent address and was listened : Writ t.

o.jjMDoz I i that his defeat was due to overaggres- to with the keenest interest by his I II

: i''siveness rather than to lack of it. !hearers. BLOUNT REAL ;ItettJkTM OO.OCAL 1

G3 II ( After Gettysburg Confederate conditions The remainder of the day was i "
' forced a policy purely defensive. in executive sessions, the convocation ,
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$12<19 II There was nothing to replace I meeting in the church and the auxiliary P

what had been left to him. Yet, was holding their meetings in the R C. Smli C V ,.. ;

!lever defense as his Wilderness and Elk hall. I

Spottssylvania campaign? In thirty- o'clock in the Funeral Directors and!
At seven thirty evening -! Uetnacrf &.IMImen ;

CHAS BLUM & COMPANY seven days with an army of about a missionary service was heldi
( I We are equipped t') do the h _t work .
tjl i.ftO men he killed and wounded at Grace church Bishop Gray pre very MM t ,

Jacksonville, Fla. 50.SOO of the federals, being assailant siding. only the latent and ''a-.t n. tbtid. ,

in many of the conflicts. Rev. Thomas H. Johnston, the Telegraph Orders fM{ .hc ImllU 11 L a....rt

-- ------ Before Petersburg, too, decimatedas
young rector of Christ church at I

he was, he planned the invasion of
Bradentown and Dr. Lacy of Brooklyn ,

THE Maryland by Early, and the swoop X. Y., rector of a large parish in :| OCALA FURNITURE CO.

around Grant's flank by which the division that city, both delivered splendid addresses : .

of :Mott and Gibbon were cap- the subject of missions t i
on Lp) "; and t.drr&k"4 '...;, r. \1.,, .. .
I Both are fine speakers, and handled 6" 1
I I .
General Lee was naturally I think. their subjects in a most interesting I. {
Hardware I .
I Day Pone c ,
Marion t
) I a most aggressive commander. Nothing I manner.
I but the conditions of men and j The convocation in Ocala although t

1;!1 provisions prevented him, I believe. t not so largely attended as it was .-x.

::from assuming the offensive! with every -petted, has been every particular a
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I favorable opportunity, and even most harmonious and successful IIn'> .

z I i circumscribed as he was we see in Bishop Gray and his co-worker- WINCHESTER"NUBLACK"

American \Vire Fencing, i this I whole career the desire to seek southern Florida have every reaii t1
i and strike the adversary in his vulnerable be proud of their work dunns .':f'
Sash, Doors and Blinds ,
point. year just closed and they begin :'nt-

There is no sort of parallel between under the most favorable
Paints. Oils and, Varnishes, I new year
the qualities of Lee and McClellan. ocnditions.

Mill and Mining Supplies, UcClelan was great up to the fighting .,

point. Then he overestimated the Grapefruit Relish. Loaded Black
Turpentine Snpplies, ,enemy and underestimated his own Shell

I i strength. Lee never hesitated to Cut the grapefruit in half and remove .

Improved Farming Tools] fight, and his greatest faiures were the pulp. Clean all the skin ou Shoot Strong and E..ar \

,due to his overconfidence in his own of each half. Mix in a bowl The r'/i1 Art lure F'h.

I troops and his too great confidencein grapefruit pulp and that of oranges .

GET OUR PRICES his subordinate commanders after i bananas :Marachino cherries and pineapple j \VitJ Stand ......... .

I Jackson died. (fresh or preserved and serve d

a : With such troops, supplies and it in the empty halves of the grapefruit I They \

backing as McClellan had. Lees tem- with a syrup made of half cup IW9)Oet The tJ. bNe.

Hardware :peranement, would, in my opinion, I of lemon juice one cup granulated j I ,
Company ; Flit ;S.I-o
have led him through the Confederacy :sugar and tablespoonfull: of I 1 '. tHft1tt..

from Manassas to Mobile, before sherry.


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MISS SARA ELIZABETH HARRIS. Mr. Claude T. Ansley. of Brooks- Mr. and :Mrs. Edward Christy i 1 i Mr.. :X. L Fort. who was in from I A CORRECTION. I S. J. SLEIGH IN THE TOILS.He .

Local Editor. r ville, was among tie prominent jo-.ir.g Welsh, of Cornell, are the proud par- Moss Bluff Wednesday, says that i 1

lumber men in Ocala Wednesday.Mrs. ents of a tiny daughter-a \eritablelittle : deer are more plentiful this year than I Oak, Fla., Jan. 29, 1907. is Charged With Embenlement ,

-- .,, fairy-who was born to them in i they have been in many years. He ITo the Editor Ocala Banner: Failed to Secure fond 1

LOCAL AND PERSONAL. Will Tydings: of Silver Springs.is this city Wednesday morning.Mr. I,:says that the game laws have pro- 1 saw in last week's Banner that I -

I spending a day or two !in Ocala II I,,duceu a marked increase in these I was tried for not ha'ingmy hides In- Tuesday's JaekmavrlU Mmnpolucontains 1

the guest of Mr. and Mrs. C. R. Tyd- Harry Barcus, of Hernando :i.fleet footed animals. spected. I would like to say that I the followtef:
Rv Naar J. White is pending: al I (
,ings. county, a former citizen of Citra, | did have them inspected but not by Sheriff Dowda was aura oa a its it.

few t4gys wltb Ocala friendh. j -- spent the day in Ocala Wednesday : Ban Examiner McDonald was in Mr. John Pasteur as the inspector of yesterday with a white BUD uudi ':

". .,I Mr. William P. Edwards has pur- and was registered at the ocala:''Ocala. yesterday and the bank statement precinct comes to my butcher pen arrest comiBg law Utt et* Tlil..

-/ / Ml 1.r' BallaM' i 18 vislffng at We- :chased one of the Benton lots in the I House.An t of the Central National bank is Amy,I and inspects them regularly. I have naturally cnaUrt BUnateiM thai 'tlHI'

"la II priji. .. .second ward and in the near future me result of his visit. The showing i i[,never killed a cow that was not in- thing had gone ..... an! ,

--- will erect himself a beautiful resi- inquest was held Wednesdayover i looks good to us. We direct atten- :!;:,spected. I Ij morning a Metropoiki ....,. r a "
Mr Krati Morris baa returr.c' (
toy I Iu. ;dence thereon.Mr. the remains of the late -Professor tion to it as will be seen on our fourth j jJag' j j fat the sheriff's once and _rn. '. '
i I would like for the board of
aUi front Xumutta, (;a., and I ; ,:'n l i cc in-1,
Worthy at Dunnellcn. Evidently! the } :. the party arrested+ WM I, B. t i 1'-
t tUr ity commissioners to inform me which ,
( 'kt- faa; Iron WurUUr. ; !
WI'it l -
A. B. Kehoe and Miss Fannie
officers "foul but '
play we fruit
suspect ---- merchant of thte
.is the proper officer to inspect them, etty. ;
:";loe hay{' arrived from Kentucky have not been informed of the finding ijot. |1 :Mr. U' L Je\i.'ctt's many frienls regret ., Last Saturday Bite' ii ..
". ',i ;; .Vfllt-H. returned! home ar : joinc 'liclr: parents at the Mon The jury of inqutt.Mr. to learn of his illness and wish i!:the district inspector, where they aro ISFIUMI d
Jon canai 1
or"'by i a 'b."
butchered, or the Ocala inspector,
M*::.-m ,court charging "
i itr i > w ai+ l,:Ln Springs L. J. Cljatt, of Gainesville! has ;Last night he was reported very much i more than one inspector? tw j j.juhll
j! i'' Ot.'C"II"
-- I Van: 1 Mrs. E. P. Rentz, of Dublin. I :Mr. Cahoon, inspector of District No. :u '" tI'
been to Tmatilla for week; more'to
a or better which will be very good news' ,
: F. P !! .
n I. t
Mr VS .1 < hari'tnrsan."' .,, .Sat-1'', ere Liiestrf: at the Ocala House for bji at the bedside of his \\ife'< to all. :,17. has been inspecting them at :In- t .

Ei i '!'iifui.. i'' ? fe .,. d..vs Mr. Rentz is the president pen rfgularl.v fur a long time and i uid Hope Brytt-- fair! 1
Nt4Wr i.uiii i (lt.ir IU"Ih'"UI'i far i:, r.nu' ''r Tar I' of the E. P. Rentz Lunibt-r: com the 27th. :Mr Clyau stopped over* Dr. and :Mrs. J. S. Lewis, of Irvine'i'think] he is thet proper officer to inptct L..u nati.! t ItI'l',
& Co.Sheriff .
nm :
p' :pany at Silver Springs. !yesterday in Ocala! for a :short visit are in Ocala this week, the gUEsts of them.

._,- .- ,I I with his brother, Mr. W. W. Clyau. Mr. and Mrs. J. E. Bailey. Dr. Lewis j Very truly, j\ Bow Mr ai Mr. t i. t'. Smith spy a1 In I JOHN SEILER. I hand at the ara.>MipriMinrr t ,, tits, .
1.1I'1' Mr. W .H. Clark detected two suspicious I ------ is now approaching eigthieth year ]
fe. M Mur'H i *iltt the !att,''''* i the > t.1 it' rear' -
looking characters ar Silver Professor Worthy, who was burned and his friends are glad to see that .
watt, Mr and Mm J. M. Hr 'an. I Ito Hunting fcr Trouble. I Il(Slight to K", j Ntai .11' .
death at Dunuellon Saturday I
Springs yesterday and spotted them as he is carrying his years so remarkablywell. "I have lived in California for twenty -
i for
>i,0'H) tor trial!
-- -- --- i appfitraii
safe blowers and cautions people to night was buried nt! that pla j Sun- I years, and am still hunting for

MaMa af...raumi from a visit (If ,:.\.1,day or two. Prof. Worthy went into his room to': The Jasper News says labor day is !'I wounds, boils, cuts sprains, or a case time. as his fatter WM in h. J"L
II... .. (of piles that Buckltn's Arnica S3.lvewon't and would (MOM* oN of a-
ml .
** 4ajr* at try and san his effects and was overcome i isocalled because people are expected :i quickly cure," writes Charles

,\,. --- :-- ----- I The friends in this city of Mr. Moses by the heat and smoke and was'to quit work and lit in the day loaf- Walters of Alleghaney. Sierra county ties.The

>>r. W. BrwlB. one of Marion 1 1fumty I Liddell will be delighted to know unable to get out of the burning build- ,;ing around." But there is no more No use hunting, Mr. Walters; it sherif. ax a matter of .01". It J

'. IHWMOM h..bt, was; in that he is doing splendidly as an elec- ing. ,loafing around on "labor day" than on I cures every case Guaranteed by lion kept a watch IM ....'. m"-, r
I i, Tydings & Co.'s drug store. ns meats, and Stick Dot wtomluK H MI
<**** iatontay.U trician in New Orleans and is makinga -- 'other legal holidays. The purpose of
salary of $50 a week. I the bond ifM>d, the ataYnT ..< ii' alter
\the day is to dignify labor. Too greata Young-Williams.
; 1 Miss Polly Williams, of this city his man who had jaw Ira! ,
> A ...... of the firm of tribute cannot be paid to labor, I Mr. Heywood Young and Mrs. Aetna "II t
Vlttaror HuoHM. McDoolald, is attending an art school at Syracuse j[ train for Lake raamty. I III.>/ a' I l4i oil I Mr. and Mrs. Howard Muaroe, who Turner Williams were quietly married
N. Y. At 'the same school is i 1 I Lake Sligb was found sad. .,'
Pitt vu inuMarting business inttiyy Miss Thagard to Give Party. rt frt.
have been spending the past month Wednesday at the home of the
I Miss Mamie Miller, formerly of this :, I ed, brought back here Md U nrx ",
iNoa.hty. ,Ocala with their relatives, have re- On the afternoon of Saturday, the bride at Brooksville. The weddingwas
city, and Miss Burnett, a daughter of i ninth of February Miss Lillian Thas- the county Jail, wbnre 1M WK pl.-t
!turned to Asheville, N. C., where they ; a private one, no invitations Laving : -
r Mr <1 Y-;:. Paul Davis, who returftd ,will spend the balance of the win- Mr. Mose Burnett, who was the mayorof :I hard.I will entertain her friends at three- been issued. Mr. and Mrs. Young yesterday.No .

in (..... from the west went t j ter. this city a number of years ago. ,thirty o'clock. An entertaining progressive will visit relatives in Savannah and one could ay that tM\' i IIt: ; !.

<>.>*a to Tamp Monday afternoon to i Ii game will be played and the ;points on t'"*: ('r. t coast before re- I Sligh's father ia tM city I...... 1 II

MI 'I!,. f?iuTn' mo'h"T far a few !1 II Miss Williams arrived in Ocala Ij.j. A new series of "Gibson Heads" ;afternoon: will no doubt be a delightful i!turning to. Brooksville. Sligh said when attest.! Boat's:. I...

.I.)* I Itlt.t I I j I Monday afternoon from South Carolina -us now offered by the New York Sun- 'one. I i Mr. Young is in the employ of the |he waH still trytaf t* CM hi-t '''f! ,

-- and will spend several weeks Iltay World. These drawings are from [Atlantic Coast Line railway and until signed.

K.'tI'IIif'.' \fred. of lughs./ is I I here as the guest of her cousins, Mr. pen of the world-famed artist, ; Mrs. Scott to Give Reception for Mrs. I.recently made his headquarters in this Sheriff Bowden tbtaka hU Id'I.1t -

Mimms and Mrs. Dodge. i ii was taken .fdvaj,}4av!e fill ia >ttt- i,'
t adac \Ii. s due Anuder-on f'a and Mrs Richard S. Hall. Charles Dana Gibson. The pictures itHe is a native of Gainesvilleand
tare ,i Mrs. G. S. Scott will give a reception stance and h? raM tGllay'it hl' i ,
I N't
1If.I.1.' 011 W'I.II. in India black on a buff background is a brother of :Mrs. A. S. Beville
I on th> afternoon of Thursday I a lesson to him and hereafter .,! i I"
-- -- Mrs. Minnie A. Bostick has gone to upon art paper, and each is ,. ,of Jacksonville.

Mr I."U'IMilkr., who :ali lwen i ia New York to select her spring and ready for framing. The first "Gib February the :venth in complimentto I I Mrs. Young is the widow of the (sons would bt. held will a i 1)0"u" -

.,n .a, n,'huol in South Carolina fur MHI:mer millinery. Mrs. Bostick ex- son Girl" will be next Sunday, and :Mrs. Buena Minims, of Trenton, date James Williams, of Crystal Buyer 'produced for ibeir ......

Mon-, 1 : peels to purchase an unusually large others will fol'or! ;: each Sunday. Get ,'Ky., and Mrs. W. M. Dodge who has and is a very charming young wo- "Suppose a f..no.akt"* to .I""r

r AI (t: tai #t it cult III hi> imri'iitb, ( <'l.! and ,!and beautiful line of goods for the the set. Ordt.- from newsdealers in recently come to Ocala to make this !man. nia," what would you do?" a..u..t *!.<.

MrI.I. to, Miller i iioaring,I season. advance.RIIHIXAUER her home. l I I reporter. "Follow .him to ,.... < tii"| ,0 r

-- ---- 'I the world I ," was the sheriff'g fl'"h
--- Arthur Hardaker of! Rcr Rheumatic Sufferers.
Mr. and Mrs.
i t The quick relief from pain afforded inpuiry at the:) criBriaal court 'HKta
Mrs. Badford Webb,
Martel. Mr. and ; | by applying Chamberlain's Pain revealed] ho fact that aa informal

& COMPANY of Kendick, M. A. J. McLaughlin, of I Balm makes it a favorite with sufjferers was filed against Stick charxin ,ta.-

Fairfield and his sister, Miss McLaughlin from rheumatism, sciatica, above crime on the lath to*'
of North Carolina, Dr. i i lame back, lumbago, and deep seated;:
and muscular For sale by all -- -
:'Eaton: Lindner and Mr. J. C. Howell {' pains. I
The leading Mercantile House in Ocala.in I drug 1sts. m Ntiohbort Got F* fed.
;i of Anthony, were among the out of'l I
,.. I
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(Itown guests at the Elk's reception''i I I A great wrong that seems to have "i was literally cottgkiab HUM if to

Tuesday nighti been done through the short sigh te.l- death, and had become two weak i t.>
our Ladic Icady-to.: ,, ear Department we have been more than ordinarily leave
t !'ness of the ligislature of 1S05 was in my 1U: and neigkbou |ir''dirt

..py all this season, for the Dimple reason that our offerings! appeal 10 the Ladies with S i and Mrs. Charles S. Cul- I throwing I such an immense amount of ed but that I would never leave n .iI""',.
they got fooled, for ihankit' t?
B fte ftnd an inclination towards economy 1m and their guests:: spent a M!labor as the compilation of a cotn"jplete (God I was induce to try l>r Kinn n

jvery delightful! : da'at Siic I censuus of the state on the. I New Discovery. It took jllJtl four .m-

I Ladies Ready to Wear Tailored Suits in Broadcloth, I Fancy 'Spring; yesterday. They drove out to !state department of agriculture with- dollar bottle to completely rur. ih>.
I cough and restate ;mto &CXH| ?runt!
i(the springs and took a trip down the'run our provision for assistance. "In "
health, writes Mrs: Eva I t'nr'v'r nf
Weaves and Silks. Prices from :
(I igL range $13.50 to 27.00..RAIN in Mr. W. H. Clark's launch. On (closing, this census," says the report, Groveitowa. Stark county In' 'I hiking

''reaching \exander: they got off the ."it is but just and proper to say that I of couj'h andold f'Uf' nt

boat njoyed a picnic lunch at r'the of this healer <,f throat and Iuag., t I- I. 1.:1"
COATS and CLOAKS : .auu great burden taking census !
teed by Tdinga'o drucri'r: ,
i ,Mi. Can-.i'cuael's! stock farm. The 'layiwas was thrown upon the department ,
I land 100. Trial lx>ttl free I I'I
V+ iiu-h CrjivniHtf Coats iu grey, i black and tan at .o0. 8.50, ]lo.u.t and 15.00 ;i an idea' one and the visitors we-e ,of agriculture without any provisionfor

'M'1,11I. Hroa
Piaiti& Auto Lun;: ( 'O;tta. latest effects for. . . . . . . . ?4 50 to 1V..10 is t vcr.. one that visits this mr'vellous ([regular force of the office; it has, About the most te a >''ill, 'i Ie

A Big Selection of Cmldrcn's Long Coats, ages 1 to 16 vrs. price* range from 81.5*> to 8.50 i' sheet of wa.i -:'-:. I therefore, added much in additional: i Florida politics today Ife ar

Silk ,\Tai t-S in Mesaline. Tafletta and HabutaiElaboratelv i I Mrs. S. Potts Eagleton and little quite labor as to much the clerks work who to perform already as have can I! Brady, cf Brevard county Mr YI .
has become fainoun through his announcem
from Philadelphia
returned -
trimmed and well tailored, from'$3,00 to ".(.013RESS !l daughter have reasonably be expected of them. The of hw '
: where they have been forI :'Dt in one ('''11111&. '
S of tabulating the census began I
I Jwork for state genatrT. plac. : ',..1'I'
pers a
I I several weeks. They went especially
gas i t
GOODS soon as the work was in condition,,
not to be filled until iw u- 1
' I jto have an operation performed on
;little Margaret's throat and we are land it has, with slight exception,, heard of carts birds kinder r..td'ln: i-

.'"' Matte .st'ta1 Mention of they: RHEINAUER'S BLACK HIGH FOREIGN BROADCLOTH -.High i I glad to learn that the operation wasi :' (been performed by one man who, of it around, but we tx-u..elr lI'Ot.I
had to divide time with thiswork
; LUSTRE TAFFETA SILK manufactured [ is the first man in the tat.as
foiiowia* c.t.!" *ra H SILKS' Grade, chiffon finished, excellent quality i entirely successful.
I exclusively for us by C. J. Bonnet I' and his regular duties; it has nounce candidacy: in the :,i ntiluif .
jI 52 i inches .d'in black and all i l required months of labor, day and I .
I & Cie., Lyons, France; 36 inches I The Married Ladies' Card Club. prints <-o far ahead of aa t !, < "n.f .-

,.MC I MAXitKE...at l 89 cents: every I wide, at. . . . .$1.49 the leading shades for street wear, I J i[night, for this man to prepare it for; Starke Telegraph.

,..,.'. fuaraatcvd; lII.n the leading I per yard. . . . . $1.00 I A delightful meeting of the card :publication. This lack of clerical] f
iJ I '!club was the one held with M/s. B. A. !force is another one of many difficul- I ,
+hadrs. Rising from the grave.n
I SPECIAL- !l Weathers Wednesday' afternoon 1. I ties we have had to contend with i _

Yard-wide Taffeta at. .75c and 92cUONfVaVAK EOLIENNE de LUXE42 inches i There were four tables of progressive'I f compiling this census, owing to a A prominent manufacturer, U :. \

TAFFETA Your i CHIFFON PANAMA- Black, grey !1 whist and the games were played, ;poorly constructed, and in great part, Fen well, cf Lurama X. C:.. "IH"i ''- -i

ii 1' AIMy hack if nat satisfactory; 36 I j. and all the other popular shades, rang- wide, in all the popular eveningshades 'iwith i much enthusiasm and pleasure meaningless law." This presents the most remarkable expertear H'a'I -
i After taking l kdu than tkrIM.I -' '!. '
e i iadtu wide: standard price, .$1.50ling( in price from 50 cents to.$1.25 ; special value at . .59 c Besides the members of the card club''state cf Florida in the light of a L of Electric Hitters, I feel IIK .m<
Mrs. Weathers also had as her guestsMiss ; hard taskmaster, as well as a
; poor rising from the grave.; My trout; t.I i-
- Edna Cushing, :Misses linniejGamsbY paymaster, owing apparaently to a 'disease! in the 4labetf ..tae,.
I and SaraHarris. ; rll I fully believe Kkrlric Biu.r, kill
:Margaret: Eagleton !lack of consideration on the part
cure me p rnian.-nily. for if i liui at,
Clothing Department Shoe: Department .. I exquisite.1 the lawmakers. -Times-Union. ready stopped the iver aad bladder
I The club prize, complications which hare troubled t h18

handkerchiefs, was won by Mrs. H.::1 THIS IS WORTH SAVING. for years. Guaranteed at Tydinxx t

STYLISH MEN WINTER AND CLOTHES BOYS. FOR HIGH CUT SHOES AT LOW CUT S. Chambers who cut with Mrs. Co., druppist.: Price only &fc |u

Schreiber. The visitor's prize was: The following simple home made
PRICES. mixture is said to relieve any form Col. Felder
Lang at Miami.A .
SUITS! tied for by Miss Eagleton and ) sof rheumatism or backachefi also

Expert cutting and careful hand work We maintain our reputation in this Harris and on the cut the latter won,, cleanse and strengthen the kidneys large catamount or tigerat..
insure correct models that retain line and take in the values measuring 3 feet from tip to tip,
special pride box of Huyler's. After the games: and bladder, overcoming all urinary
their shape to the end.
we offer.MERRIAM. ice cream and cake was served. disorders, is taken before the stage standing inches in height and

:tt.k of Bright's disease: Fluid Extract o r weighing 42 ponds was caught In a
Men's Suits in the latest fabrics at Shoes considered
are Dandelion, one halt ounce Compound t
$7.00' $10.00, $15.00 and $20.00.Youths' in Jus ; trap at Colonel Laag'ti place up the
the best wearers for the little folks, There was something doing Kargon, one ounce, Compound Syrup
at . . . . .$1.00 to $2.50 tice Bullock's court yesterday. PoliceHomer -Sarsaparilla three ounces. Mix by river last night and was shot aad killed .
i Suits at $5.00 $7.50 $12.00
'man Dean and a special agentof shaking well in a bottle and take in]L this morning by J. D. ilJIU. The
and $1 .OO
WICHERT & GARDINER Ladies'Shoes teaspoonful doses after meals and at;
the Seaboard Air Line arrestedthree animal was brought to the city and
are the highest grade of styl- bedtime.
Boys' Two Piece Suits ages 3 to 17, ish footwear . . .$3.00 to $4.00 white men, who had taken: ( A well known authority states thatthese t will be prepared and mounted for Mr
Prices from $1.50 to $7.50 ,
ranging sleeping apartments in a boxcar : ingredients are mainly of vegetable .. Town&end -Miami Metropolis.

, I OVERCOATS EATERS CROSSETT AND BANISTER shoes loaded with hay and these men: extraction, and harmless to I
for men are the acme of shoemaking, I use and can be obtained at small I Skin Disease of Twenty Years' Standing
_ ] t For Men, Youths and Boys. $3.50 t o $6.00 were tried before the magistrate of.1 cost from any good prescription phar Cured.
the law, charged with attempting to I macy. Those who think they have I want you to know how much
I steal a ride to Tampa or some otherI kidney trouble or with lame back 01 Chamberlain's Salve has done fur me.

II point south, contrary to the statutes, weak bladder or rheumatism, should I It has cured my face of a skin die
I give this prescription a trial, as nc I ease of almost twenty years' standing.I .
and in such cases.
In our Domestic Department we offer a thousand yards short lengths of Outing at made I I provided harm can possibly follow its use, and I have been treated by several as
(These men had on their personsII ; it is said to do wonders for some peopie. smart physician as we have in this .

A I 4c, regular price Sc; Yard wide Sheeting 5C; best Calico 50, best Plaids in the market 6c: II j money ranging from $6.CO::: to $265.. i3 country and they did me no good but

j After much argument by the attorneys two boxes of this salvo hat curedt
I A handsome line of Ladies' toile:t .-Mrs. Fannie Griffin, Troy Ala
Rheinauer's Popular Dry Goods House : the jury failed to agree and a, articles, manicure sets, etc. Chamberlain's Salve ia for sale l>y all

I i mistrial was the result. :S: TYDINGS & CO. druggists.! B

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In our Thursday's issue we noted the cQt
HARRIS, Editor. ,

F. Vi Lftvengood Business Manager. great change that has taken place in Great English Scientist Says Should The Xew York newspapers are discussing
: 8 like
< -- -- the United States and Canada in the Positively! Be Forbidden. the cause of the disregard I Grippe or Influenza, you

ft Sunday laws. !! call it is of the most weakening
past few years in the labor condi- lot t to one

.j. tions. Only a few years ago there To your remaining question respect The Xew York Times rt'centIsaid i diseases known.

t was an army of more than fifty ing intermarriage of foreigners and I that the non-observation of one law :

.thousand unemployed. Xow there is Japanese, which you say is "now very leads to the disregard of all laws: i Emulsion which is Cwl
i I :Ct Scott's ,
la cry for labor in all parts of the much agitated among our_ scholars !i!this however does not always follow. .

(.country and it seems almost impossible .and poiticians"and which you say !! for some laws are so generally disregarded : Liver Oil and Hypophosphites in easily digested

t > I It to supply the demand. lis "one of the most difficult problems" j: that they fall under the sou- ; form, is the greatest strength-buUdecI ;

I We think that the state board of I my reply is that, as rationally answered brequet of "dead letter laws They
medical science.It
trade recently organized' in this city, j there is no difficulty at all lace' disregarded at the time of their s known to .
struck the keynote when it passed ).It should be positively forbidden. It''i enactment are never intended to be

(r I Ii resolutions requesting that the next !''is not at root a question of social enforced and are consistently disre is so easily digested that it smk4 Itntgt
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F Motto The Banner, believing those legislature provide for sending agents I philosophy. It is at root a questionof garded. These observations especially the system, making new blood and MW fat,

l I over to Europe for the purpose of biology. There is an abundant I l apply to some of our election laws. ,. ,
.I the well able to take of
top care and and muse!**.
strengthening nerves
bringing immigrants to this country. proof, alike furnished by the inter This is also true of Sunday laws in (t
themselves, has taken its stand in the i it !
barricades with the Of course only intelligent persons marriage of human races and by the I many sections; of the country. ',
And its fight will be made for the betterment I should be delegated for this mission I intermarriage of animals that when Speaking of the disregard of Sunday tOt Use Scolt's Emulsion a ($.r

-persons versed with the conditions the varieties mingled diverge beyond laws in the great cities of the west Influenza.
of these at the bottom. cOt i
.f .. ____ there as well as here. I a certain degree the result is invariably and middle west. Clarence S. Brown. :

FRIDAY FEBRUARY 1. 1907. I An influx of immigration to the I a bad one in the long run. Ihate in a late issue of the Xew York .
/ CeIM.
Invaluable tor Coughs *mALL
southern states in our judgment would I myself been in the habit of lOOk-I Times says: r

l find remunerative employment and i ing at the evidence bearing on this i In the city Milwaukee:: for example I i \)
!.ake City I U baring a chautauqua. DRUGGISTS SOe. AND .!.-
,F would help us to develop our latenta matter for many years past and my I; Sunday is the only day on t
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industries and show to the world our I conviction is based on numerous which the theatres are packed in the 1
f The Florida editors will visit Cub;; oo ooooooooooo ooo.+
ii March. vast possibilities.Mr. j facts derived from numerous sources. afternoon and evening. The beer -

Calhoun, the able secretary of j jI foreigners. gardens and public dance halls art.
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The Abrams-Taylor criminal Jibe I the Tampa board of trade in his I have for reasons indicated entirely also crowded and yet Milwaukee i ii> The 1ir.1; I o iiMf r> |'"rl ": f1' 'I 'I The l'D. 't '.f to. .'

suit bas been postponed until Feb. 26 i. speech before the state board of trade I: approved of the regulations I I one of the most orderly law-abiding! ,' recently st'iit II" In rf,'f-iit( .i t( \ I'.A I v A .

stated that he had witnesed the development which; have been established in America '(cities in the country. riculture McLm\ gi\1 > ,la< i\-t'.ii .HHI' > dllllitl"1| ) .. > >;. > t. '. I .
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You cannot find what has nevei of the great northwest and i for restraining the Chinese immi-I May not the explanation be that in i :a white population! l'.r: >i.l; I and .*l.i tt!t > fhatuto i apt -t )., ." .t ....

tJ4..n' lee(. of the southwest by immigrantsfrom gration, and had I the power, I would It he minds of the majority Ameri-. ion county only! J 9.SJ.I. We've all afoot i.,......rmjJii r ft +.1 ,rIll

-- .- nearly all lands. When restrict them to the smallest possible II 1 ans: the Sunday laws are an injustice been thinking that Marion had l .1 Liu-i I i iCopulation. I. ." .:", "" ..

Ftcli tree are In full bloom at t landed they were ignorant of our language I:1 amount my reasons for this decision t ? It must be remembered that It likewise ss-.e: < xala >"'I .r I ,

Ik'f"f"a.. and possessed scarcely more being. that one of two things must /tl hey are strictly religious in so tars : population of less than! I.."><"' alI i'\II. I '. 1-., >

'than ready and wil. ng hands and yet lappen.. If the Chinese are allowed a they prohibit innocent amusement. and Live Oak more tha'i NI'n ihoiiH 1t' rll.a! .' ,
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1htt'IHLt'r anJ January in Florida i is they prospered and enriched the whole tl o( settle exclusively in America. they The[ )' are not only religious but they and. Ocaia and Marion count> dub'r' "TK'h .. ar p HI t'. !r. ...".

as plea+ant as May in most states. I section of the country developing !. mist[ either if they remain unmixed, r,epresent the religion of a narrow sec- seem to figure in this t>m k .1 lini: MI .... >>'Ii''''

--- ---- resources and making it one of the form[ a subject race standing in the ti ion of the community. They are not but in the matter of h. al' .L 01,r ( "uii' .> ,' i ''.r 1 th <*i 'f't.f' *

_>> UN Jab Howie Ml is said to be near- ,wonders of the world. mese immigrants osition.. if not of slaves yet of a Christian: for the Catholics! do not be- is shown up in rah: r ,'\I't'it. ni >hai" n" }! ." !It f' ; r ..
fog the of death.
portal made good citizens and their lass approaching to slaves or if tbe-Ili! i ieve in them. and they are not even I Our death rate is? ink! :001'n N hilt j I"f.. I'1. I .f \.-.. \ i.p'
Walter Camp.---- Vale-- -college's-! chief !'descendants are now the brawn and nix they must form a bad hybrid. 'rotestant.' because great Protestant :Aiachua count} V i b not" than iun"* u, III.'" ; ).u----------" .. '. .... .

.. atfcktk" advisor has been poisoned. j brain of that country-loyal and, in I n either case supposing the immigration s
-- fall respects good citizens. ; to he large immense social d 11..11II) t *i- i,>'M w. 'IIa. I" q ., ..

\X4MHugo bays that the human L : In the south these immigrants mischief: must arise and eventually They are simply Puritanical and the winter tourists die. i It t > ileatt tais I hr r.yitrt, t .r. 'I. .

eye *.. not tGOII well except; II t I would serve a double purpose. They social disorganization. The same i r epreseut the ideas of a very small < only placed at one pr thor .,nd l >J. i .* tI ,., fll.h! .

'. 'Ibt.atth 1tars.Mariball f would not only help us to develop our t ling will happen if there should gels,I ection of the people. Yet this hand- 'while Munroe co.int' is piii ",it I I IIh..III..j j j 4 t, > .

ay considerable mixture of European for ul of people are allowed to dictate twenty-one Duval over sixte.-u. Krani .
-------- themselves I J 1 ii' iitM'i ti I n1. }*< 4,1 ... .
ltrs estate has been American races with the >. all the rest. They are not satisfied Yin seventeen and l lleruauil. '
e i Japal1''se'j tow "r /I I r f i Jt'''-nar' 4. (*> 4*
place by the executors at $75,000- us solve the race problem which has ith doing what they consider right than ten. The l OOlI> in I I.. .
[ i iIi > 'ml ,1\ s:* it |M... r ., i ,. : t '..,.,.

fw*. been perplexing us for the last eighty'I! STATE BOARD TRADE.. I orb 1 Sunday, but they insist that others accurate I from start to finish an.l i-n;; IK*' 'h flf>,* |.r' ft !Irrd. ...!...' .Ij,.' .

-- Ii years. j ----- must adopt their views, whether they hardly safe to quote fnmi. It ht .
I : f(-nam! !i. ",I r' ,- 4r......t ,
We now net the 1:girl Events printed Our strenuous efforts and the I The organization of the state board slieve in them never to have been
or not.
i printed. }:1,' .'.11''- 1.\, ",.i" t pjIi. .... .....
at KnW. Oklaboir..1.. T oa republican i strenuous efforts of the next legislature of trade at Ocala was a gratifying Would not the solution of .. _. .
i isod proper -- ...t... ,. '. ..L".."..''.'..'' .' ..< f L 9tVf *
paper. it is very-good.- : should be to provide some ; successful event. It is a matter {th e Sunday law problem be to wi]pe : It seems to us that there in too 18/1/ rtturtI }'

On January- -2Cth the thennomtterrcfc l I' means for the inducement of immi Ii ofin special gratulation that the share Iou it all prohibition as to Sund:a y I given for higher education and not I ".....rd..... >f t,. ,1, ,....... ."", .r

> two degrees below zero in 'gI"atIon. it borne by Tampa brings this city Ian nusement? >enough given for rudimentary'
New York city. I People and more people i is our I i close touch and friendly} relations - ; What a glorious thin* it would new Of Ife4t.t*' rat' ltd ....1 ..... f..

-- ,great need. with number of the more enterpris HOLLAND'S EXAMPLE. ; be if on every hl.I IFide and in evt.rI > a.- (tht- ntth. ......'..1 1 ,.... ft..r1 "

The Irish potato market is declining 1- I! ir.K. and publicspiritedcommunities I ;valley throughout the dojuaia of then -iii iYrIi(5IW 11" ..r ...rr..1111.. use

while the onion situation is inv: Carmack's Picture of Foraker. ot ;.he: state. To put it briefly the ;Eight centuries ago Holland coined ; United States there were w.* a .Ir.! llta n.+re aorl ............' ..(...t W'i'r

prwltyc. objivt of the new board is to concentai," only CCO square miles of terry rily: painted school houae kurruun<|t'.| +;a'r ....INtt Ht wti..1- t .

-- i Mr. President my associations with I irate the power and influence of the I tOJi : ". Holland's! estimated square mil with pretty grounds flying the Aim! j ..

Will Bdttor Appleyard kindly tell us; .the senator from Ohio have been ex- i fcomnercial people of all the towns is']13,000. This is over twetny times ti hejican I flag from the roof as an emblem g., tat ctio. Matra f- > ,t1

i ceedingly pleasant. I have always: ,:and cities into one active and virile lori iginal area. To obtain which she l Iilily i it. f'
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when the press boys intend to go Key I loyalty and patrioti>>m. and oa the uI !"ark; *' T.t ...,1 .t.

WNC'artlI't I >n acola Journal. i Ii: found him fair and courteous in de- (agency for the promotion of the puber beat back the waves of the se'a.:; inside supplied with all the BMt4*>ru ,'..I..t., r l tAr. n..tt t.'sti.latw' '. ,

-- - ,I bate.Ir personal intercourse with (lie welfare. sIt he did so by means of great dikes a id rudimentary; appliances.! The amuuttuj, Ianf I1n al! ,4 I.', i.i"' .',!,,' :t'"

FWMa strawberries have made/him i has shown him to be a genial 1 will be the purpose to utilize that heiagency Nit engineering feats. Where one e given to the big universities for higher I|I ".ac.. tu r .pea 1.. .,{ 'I' ....u.... If. I

th4r aw'urance in nearly all of the: ;!generous and obliging senator; yet I I solely for the promotion and theI ? sea flowed unrestricted there a re .education would build these li'tU fl..n..II.! '.." y. I, r g .a.'

scan: ; remember when I had a very dif- i i advancement of those general inter- !inoi w gardens and luxurianms school .
northern markets reaching as far atit. I green houses in every needful spa a eilf III t 11" I f *. '-

Paul and Minneapolis.] ferent impression of the senator from t tOhio. jests which are common to us all, and !fal'I dotted with cottages: and throughout our land and they .ouj. ,! 1111 t ,!f' "

-- --- ; I can remember with what jto I the smaller communities which, if I far ms, and canals covered with rido' immensely more good;. The bom and .---- -

North Carolina truck growers are frantic energy he used to wave the unsupported; would have a compara- i lyi ladened barges. The toil wit h brawn and !sin'! "w of o.i!- Ian < i- n.. i T V ,. ....

sew handling cilery under glass and bloody! shirt a shirt stained blood red ,i;1 lively small power of protection. The wh icn she reclaimed her inimensa e mostly sup dk-ti! trout tuir : '. .... \ .. '\' .1 I. ,

they any that the possibilities are liniHtM by the crimson current of his own ':'organization! was guarded against the ,I are' from the sea and the devices i it school! lii't trict.- ; ...t J i.: ri .' I ,' j' ', .

.... : rhetoric. (Laughter.) I can remember ;introduction of anything savoring oflri squired(: read almost like a fair y; cation (.f the; roiiiur. t-o\ :\ :" t ,,' "

when the senator used to go raging i![ politics or faction. Its sphere will be I sto>ry. The plans were much more gi> ;i-'and girl bhoul-i be M-duiW- ',, '
Governor SwefU-nham of Jamaica .
over the land a bifurcated. peripatetic :continued to ihs material 1"1 t 11 I .
prosperity gan than the proposition to Iirteverglades iu J ; looked after. Our states a re .1(11| ,in.

and. Senator Tillman of South Caro- ; volcano in perpetual eruption !!of Florida. including provison in due 'I the i and when the greaks well in supplying nn j.. e'I\I) ".-111..1) .. '

lea .belong to the same! class of nunoriat belching fire and smoke and melted'!course of time for the .
: wide
advertis- ,tasi were successively accomplish d cation but if to The .:raft' <"<'t.! ri t:> '

+ *. ': lava from his agonized and tumul- ling! of the resources and attractions she had as the result of her pain us:: tions w:'re pddd f th. pun* ,

-- -" .- -_. tour bowels. ( Laughter. ) I can remember which the state offers to the intendon lI; the white sand that formed t he gifts from err iriihonaire p4.1!! !;"; TW SISnRS {
Toot Watson is a little more coliky
when the senator from Ohio used ing homeseeker. hot torn of the sea. After the great emikments pits what a rreml n'uu! .aniiwnr .
Ifcan but his with the
er experience !
to bespatter the south with the gall One r-pedai object will !1e the pro- ban were made and the watt] suoa could In- arcupllsnel l '.\ I. \

"Then Topics man is plea enough for of; his bitterness, until I sometimes: ;! ;or ion of immigration as evidencedlpu roped out of the reclaimed portiomg !:j ''some aicn in i.ki.-itioi wou'it! turn -

1 fJ'U"'ULIIO _circumstances_- _ 0 j i|thought that he wished all of ihp |' by the adoption of p. revolution com- !and I g \ back to the sea then th! e gifts
The sublime and stately Milton is' white people of the south men wo- ,' mending to the legislature favorable j soil; had to be made which! was tiu. rcc'ion.

the author of the couplet: ; men. children and babes ar tho ;attention to the establishment! by the I war' of centuries. Beside the ex,

breast had a single neck that IIP ;; .state of a department of inmigratior.lam! pie of Holland the drainage of tilt,'
(bole and trip it as you go, [ Lio nui ctititirie vi"r i hi'.r. !! 1. Two Illinois; G. $
might sever it at a blow.! i';and commerce. The board seems tolEvt rglades seems almost child's: 'IHf'r hflffl s<:alp
Oa the light fantastic toe. \our own l li-arrmi! ; I he\ viie 3:1:

---. ------ '' Mr. President I would not have toi'I '1 ? SIl'C'I'S- ..- :flllh'- --.. _1.nnr_.u__hr... .:u'h"" nne4..",.,. of... lnn. .L'- .in.. ,.,.,....,.,. ;..,,..,, .. .; .........- 1.'..., 1.The ............1. Trouble Arltth.'r Stiitllr .$.... s
Senator Tillman that 'i'go back forty years. nor would I nee ilimembership! is> comparatively small: Tonic -Fri;*"*.; Sug ftCut'vrs
says negroes -
to trace the pedigree of the senatorfrom I and it i is the fl! The harbinger of evil things ca:n
up business ) Hit
are not allowed to drink at the bars men o gw iIln "i .;j.ltiiu : \' } Uv It 11li! ko. Gi ; :
Ohio to show by such evidencethat the state to give it cheerful ,now comment upon the fact that in 1-
hi Washington's best hotels. How support county i. un>whu in in'r'.,., -
AMW the senator know? How do the he is the very last man to sit in i an opportunity jo do which will be J mediately; after the election of Sen.: ---

4her Bt-nators know? 'judgment upon any case of murder :afforded Tampa Tribune. ator Bailey of Texas the Lone ?1:1 15 The m v H.tpi-: : .ii\i. .,, MUCH PRAISE TO ALl

j where the was the murderer i 11 :state yas visited by -.evere bluzai!'I. be held Plan1:
negro -- -- -- at : Cnn r : 1.! !I.r- ;
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The money the new battleship is :and the white man was the viciim. Hood sciioois, good churches au(i :Tanspa Herald. CUTICURA REM i 0.1.
: I =rti (in'at ,13dn.! :. i I- r.vlr,' d!' ; .
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estimated to cost would bay many arn11e But I would not do the senator from good roads arc three of the !bestthins [ ,i -
'' District attorney Jerome has recently i i. lolls t-e t ;. i-- of i :atj. ., j in .. ,
of good roads. Why waste money 'Ohio the gross injustice of judginghim I on earth to build up a con 1 I r .j ., I.
on more battleships? by the words of his own mouth tnmity.-Fraternal Record '; closed thirteen gambling !loft-i'.-- i I p'-nnrif.' !:vliiMr> h, ("II ".'- r.. u i ,1 -I rtl

-- --_._- -- You could not do the senator from 1 i* .- -__ ". -? "T! ,:New York! city and expects to (';0.-I' <1(<''oni! .. 'of:,t I I 11", ,i t r,1 ..fII.

Mrs. T. C. Platt brings suit against Ohio a grf'ltel" 'inju"tice than that Wht-n '!1. Ka.owaknadowarodal}:. :'every one in the city ber'onhU Id"i i II .\'-piranl .- ioi I n'u,1. \1' tt,..' r.. f' ,'. f. ..I 't.., !
t riCln IIP! :". ; ., '" .1 I I. .. I VII '. n ,
tee Post m t> ,
Washington and the Washington ,.
of office
When I asked (HoiwafoadknadokiKiki expire.- *
am by my friend in i I was called as' I .. '
for ___ __ ___ ::;I'n;;: I" rut :.f 1&1. t I. !"r
Times damages in the sum ; the south if the via: wHm.. 'in / u I. "
senator from Ohio; h; | ;:; a Honolulu! court an all u < ,'I
of half a million dollars.A I'jounmien'va.s: The buil-Iins! at :'k East T3.'.'I1i' : : J : j dI, ; ;'j... .If ..1.,1, .
really as fierce and as rabid as h( necessary becan the 'IT&' '..;: ::.a H' I I n > I ''r
.. --- --- ;-onietimes seems to be I tell thorn ,!court room would 'street: the !birthplace of Pre.-i.1 lent: ; '. t '..--.g, ,''tn .
Long Island., KY., man has ins nc not accon-.inodai" cla'M: 'iu'i r:.am. .:'.i ... I I \\ I i ,
; ROOM'i tit. has IKH old;(l to a 'il .< ,'', t T,. M ., ... .
# .that his ferocity is purely! oratorical l :: jail of his uanio! at one time. Atlanta >iiip.i.i n? ., .. .rI
tented what is called (
a "scooter a / ? f" _
that it is but the iing rind force ofthe Georgian. :,'v.ho/ nq.:;-'i i haT IM1i.a.', utn! IK tl"H: a It :.. .
device 3
for riding on the ice, which ; .
tyranny of habit which continue: -.--- .--. -- EIlr[:' l"i lj: (. .I'iiiU"! v: .:.( ,: S. .J I -i.. 1._ u-i I I.' "ra l i., 1 .1 '.1 I I
he believes will reach the speed of tt.H l < I .t
]! i ,' ,
I to have some power over the tonjrje The bouquets that were showeredi -- --- -- ( oiir'! II: I.1 ; it .i! |i.., ..t \ ., : I ".i'r.
hundred miles hour. "
im an t I The editor of the Lake C-r. In .. !long after it has been expelled frog i : Tilliran a year ago o -"ni TO han : t ii;; e1': vI I'I ti ,.;' .I.. .' f .a
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Tile man who pushes his business I j I the heart. Laughter.i: Congressional: i i a1!: will h t"C I, and especially th" b:-a.7- C'J!;i.s the notice from Fran\' Wa d! W."II : ,1.. \ ,..
: I
him 1't ,l la I :. 'If .' : : .
ties about -dginZ;: 1n. :
Record. afui that ; papt'r
has very little time to grieve over ; ones came from the? soi:ih.Pensacola '.-
", t until ih .: a-1--: i ". :S'.i I. '. .
milk and Journal. > > > JLi.- u.Jt i : :i.'inu'|{ !:
spilt pessimists are never --- --
I i i :f :\- ,, ,i. ,
ii: eni 01 slat cuutici Jutn>t-ttt<. i.-
found In the ranks of the
busy poopie. -: Perhaps Barco i.- waking to fiaturton ---- -
;''iliadt'. and then you'll hear Frank howl 1 EYERYCIj
!. the relative sirength of 1cUn anti T.1Index inot opposed to some
T.1"r: : :1'. .
j \ : '
'right.: Pensaroia Journal .I
: a
Croom the ideas: advanced
before by those
The Duke of Marlborough has had announcing canuidacy. -- M f.:' rr. .... ,\ 1 iu Afflicted with Tonuriof
We predict he will be in tht to child labor: but where are .
another fifty thousand a year added TO :fight for one of the two oSces. and, the mechanics to come from in the I i It is rumored that Hon. Shl j i' l''iat: :. !'flr' : f." I. 1 K'' During humor

the sum already settled upon him by.!lucky will be the man who he decide.- i!future if a rigid enforcement of their 'bas sold out his business in (; uLni'I I:; BrtftifQKii art f' ,

his wife and the couple while not living 'not to contest with.-Pensacola Jour :ideas prevail?-Lake CilIndex.. i j county and moved out of the stare "The! 11.rata! r'lt"' H'IM'>' ...... ? ". I.,, .. ,*if> r Q .. 'f
together will live under the same'roof. :nal. j Wonder if this will cause anothl.rI LHTS.' f fl'r" I ..4n
i 'I Brallt! 'i'nr1 n.\, 11"" : \"ii', t, ,. .
t During! the consideration of the Brown case when the senate mt'i'ts- I : 'loa',.
-- j : just opn.- 1 i.- ..1"I'! I. .. > f. .
I diplomatic and consular bill Repre-j Journal.A ; 1..1 ; .
--- -- ; The black man's ;I Pensacola ;I ...

The city council of Lakeland has !i j!-Charleston News: and bUrdE-n---f'oraker'l Courier.: !jsen-ative Longworth called attention : public. ;; I' 11"...'t I t...

passed an' ordinance granting a right :, The White man's burden ;ito the inadequacy of the compensation -I pathetic spectacle-Depew tryingto .. John Sharp William niiu '\ t n.. I b.. iL
-Tillman. i.Meiii..r
of way through the city to the new ::;Chicago Tribune. and other emoluments of the get back into the limelight. He :'Vardaman both ( ,'.. !, f tI .I
:\\01 th ,
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ntlnarl'"n : sf11a t t'at't1..I ....
electric railway which is to connect !!i Tillman's burden Rooe\'elt.-fo- !,f representatives of the United States factually I j attempted to make an after !of Bryan fur pnidfnt ..n t'hOo d..t..., ', "f rmn

Tampa and Bartow. 'bile Register i iRoosevelt's I abroad. I![I dinner speech the other day. The old :'cratic ticketEditor 'v a rh tt.. t ..-.l
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It is to be hoped that the dispensaryfight i|bunch.-Pensacola I The first separaleote in the two ; -- ---. Jorlan of h.. 'iin'4 t.1 ri., t'it1V''i aRrtt !t1&1 .1 I It s' .0kTf*
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houses of the New Jersey legislature I There will be more politics to the r1Ottl li'-I n buff I.a '. .
in South Carolina {
will Herald
occupy ,I. don't MIB to feel troths in' l.... c..... ..u.... .
all of Tillman's time for the next fewyears. j i The Seaboard Air Line is now set; ,. j.:left Senator ice senatorship in a deadlock. I'square inch in and around Tallahassee I biB new suit of rlol her Th- H"raU ...... bo Ilrtiiy ...m....ts P.:i"'. 1 t I'. kTfw I .:
The democrats could wellcpare Dryden received thirty-six during April and May than the feldon't look like _
very I ling tickets Itself and Iln"1( ; r .
: to St read| I
r Petersburg, routing I votes and forty-one are to I has been in that '..,. : .
I necessary II ancient city since
him from the senate just now. I IPensacoa :its patrons via !like itself a Brtitor Jordan -1"11'1 i a t..4; .
I art
Tampa aad the ,elect. Grover may slip fcu We !the days of the I : u ,
Journal. \ hope Call-Chipley fisfci.j j busy we aOll .+ 'rri, re. % .
make him '
:steamer Favorite I. na* "'
|.so. at any rate. j Pessscola! Journal. i into his old elD\b. 11' k I ...."..1... ... '. ,
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A FLORIDA DITTY. lom; White & Co. I REV. CRAWFORD JACKSON IN I FROM FERTILE FLORIDA. guide, ,the dignified youth only three I-

1 LOUISVILLE, KY. OCALA weeks from Boston. She was shown ij j

.. him. e,'.arter of a century ago, tauhnah.d1SrrBtrtw.a.irt I What is Going on in the Land of the .through, the plant by a pleasant southern '

.t ilea ('HHplatlng leaving my nato pal fa... price ,. t' A Protectory Club Organized at the I 1 Grapefruit and Pine. boy, who spoke with the customary

fA 'Ira\ *"" I < ..an('< 1 run across a FURSand Baptist Church Sunday Night. I drawling, negro accent of the ERRYSeeds

.,M.>*I rkitantjHKm that ran some Hided.WMlM u Rev. Crawford Jackson, of Atlanta, Carloads of pines are still being (people of that section. You ought (o

MUtK .fir this r..bkm- (_ Irt'oao chairman of the Central Juvenile Protector shipped from Eden. !have seen that bookkeeper! He simply

of the South, spent Sunday: in The last of the orange crop has II sawed the atmosphere into segments

F...... that l*.mifol land! 1 Ocala. In the morning he I and even now the mere mention prove their worth at harvest
spoke at I
GENERAL INFORMATION. been shipped from Lake Weir. time. After
TIM tar-sway land of the sketter'Wtaw I the Methodist church and at a union of his 'negro accent' causes him over fifty years of .
Herman MHlman and J. 3(. Starbuckare success, they are pronounced
asd N/Ae., Gathered From the Ends of the Earth I!meeting in the evening at the Baptist successful truckers at Orlando.T. to kindle with righteous anger: and the best: and surest by careful

the MW B M aVe roams o'er theM For the Benefit of the Trade i church.Mr. H. Chapman, of Pompano, has blaze right out with indignation. planters everywhere. Your

+ + loamy land i Jackson has been engaged for I dealer sells them. 1901 Set
been shipping fine tomatoes from
M the \ man the letters
several year in this juvenile reform Quoting and telegrams
The fruit southern Illinois that
m I
l place. D.M. fEUKY: to,OttttH. Mi.a>
ad aiuer.i |,will be seriously damaged as the buds work and is a't'r)' enthusiastic and Ernest Lytle of Stanton, has shipped anent Joe Bailey, of Texas rp't'mi\ 1

I successful worker. He has succeeded i printed by the New York American 1J
are in a very tender condition due to oranges since the freeze that have J
r 1lthen I'Iit'It sEttler 13r that his in securing a juvenile court for At the Montgomery Journal says: "These 1 !
to the recent mild weather.At I ,netted him $2.19 a box.

huh bssl k of sand. M Muskogee., I. T.,' much fear is I lanta and is now industriously! working ,. The Irish potato growers of Seville and other damaging letters and telegrams Education by Mail :

Y1f.MI Cite traits of the tropics with along these lines all over the and vouchers tell the shamt-
felt by the growers that the long un- '! ',are sending some very choice new potatoes KJ 1eaY1nJ boo or.mptora.af la ret(I.deaUao. >
we aajr labor south. and downfall of the once democratic VUiM 00)7.f.r(time itadylctcifcxB*
seasonable warm weather will seriously to the DeLand market. BoakiaepiiW. InUuurtla Alttr,, U.uw.trr,
'M .*.n by heaven that by noHpilt Mr. Jackso told some very thrilling All Oakland houses ba'ebeen gladiator and leader of the federal Grammar,RbKorie,S.,Sciencv lUX.ir7.Uua.na.
injure fruit prospects. packing .... ..
of I T. I'TM.hlkr MAIL T rfe nbM
band. and pitiful stories and his addresses senate, and it is enough to make angels .. .
The Mississippi Valley Apple Growers' closed for two weeks, and will to puI.UllWl6tio& 19 era tmfrM" l'ut a.tro.f
CM you nixie a cow.pea on the land were very fine ones. He explained then the later weep. Bailey is the first south- tdr ,11.HIMESt'aJatiatla.Rev. .
Association will hold a called commence on vane
.., your neighbor. I' in full the three fold character ern senator to become involved in a
meeting in the chamber of commerce
" -A. )I. Williamson in Jacksonville of the work that is being done by ties.At scandal of this character. Let us -
Avon Park the lands
a rooms in St. Louis, Thursday, January high are PO"'II-a-r H'tl- ;
\ : /tl fau. __ :;1. I'this organization and dwelt particularly suffering badly from the drouth and hope that he will be the last." C. K : I n i :J.'

on the erection of a protectory leaves. the trees city Tuesday tmm U.i. tona "x i !
orange on are badly
made ,
MR6. AUSTIN GIVES A LARGE An effort was at Memphis ,
I I for children in the south who are on withered. ; A big supply of sealing wax and a few dah wh; hi- farm' ,, i
CARD PARTY.A Tehn., recently to put the fruit stands :
out of business, but the city-council 11:their way to careers of crime and vice Port Drum growers are getting their, I. corks for sealing syrup bottles r and I fi"'.'''' of Oi anti1< I K t I I{

and yet are too young to be sent to jars. Tydings & Co. x
1IUt&t1)fflU of unusual interestvan knocked the matter in the head byvoting I. ,potatoes out of the ground. Prospect: -
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it down.In II oar jails. are bad on account of the long continued
tr card party given by Mrs. Jean I
After the address Sunday night a 'drouth.
K. Aasiia Tueaday afternoon to a North Carolina a fungus disease ,
lettuce which theleaves 'branch of the Juvenile Protectory As :Miss Frederica Pierson, of Pier on.
has appeared on by
IftH* Cumber of her friends.
Tv. masts were invited at three wilt and drop flat on the :sociation was formed in this city. Dr. is the leading lady orange shipper of DIRECT FROM OUR DISTILLERY

mitch was elected president, Mr. M.M. .
that: place. She has Chipped about
i : o'rterfc sad when they arrived were ground. The dropping of the leaves

.....JILIt' greeted by the hostess. He- 'caused it to be called "drop." Little, vice-president Mr. Lou 500; boxes this season.

tnit+Nts .Itlt..... were the honor I The 'fruit growers around Rome, I Green secretary and treasurer. The On Terra Ceia Island there are 4n

Ga., have not become alarmed on account 1 following gentlemen were appointed acres of cauliflower which will be 'WilLOW! DALE
gpt.... Mrs Kdward Holder and her ; !. H I
robation! officers by the three pastors
rrt. Mrs. Aulabrook. of St. Paul. of the continued warm weather ready in a short time. No harm wa:
1 that were present at the meeting: i
the done by the cold weather.
.s. Mr*. Holder was beautifullylstad and fear no serious results to
Iaj. L. T. Izlar from the Methodist, '
The shipping season ih about
in wait with which she wore fruit crop unless the present warm 1
Mr. T. W. Troxler, from the Presby- Ch
Atlamonte till
over at Spring.'iiile
spell continues two or three weeks
picture hat and Mrs. Auls-
a.law .
lorian and Mr. Isaac Stevens from
has been light the fruit has U'
I. en
Her hat black
fanok wore ren. was I
the As the Christian and
'! Baptist.
of excellent
far'has quality.Several
That the general fruit crop so
with a rrowa cream roses. WNIKY'
MU tear) charming woman and not been seriously! injured by the'! Episcopal pastors were not present at of the largest fruit :and!
this meeting it was proposed to have
'q vegetable at PkTMin :
herself unseasonable weather was the con- growers 'epos-/
fur pleasantIntaneetl
wets some ver.\ I
a probation officer appointed from .
of deal I'M:
favorably damage by t
the very :
sensus of opinion expressed at >
\ .,.- Toe da>. 11 these churches in a day or two. 1
Austin in attrac- January meeting of the Stark County' recent Christmas cold speli. r EXPRESS
,. "1r% always an I I nJLLf935
The object of this association is to
Dade has
o Horticultural Society held at Canton. Mayo represented! a Tampa
il\e oman and as hostess is at her
promote! legislation looking toward I section this season. He has shipped
O., last week.
IK** ThoM woo were her guests
1 1I'the establishment of a juvenile court TQTs.crza3 PREPAID[
150; of and
sere the followiBg ladies: Mrs. Holdr From Norfolk, Va.. conies the story I cars: oranges: grape
whose sentences shall be reformatory;
,' Mr>. Aulnbrook. Mrs. W. S. Bal o" a plan whereby the commission I Send us >?.fi tau \u- wi!i '11:1': i
MfR.lilIer. ,pea: ut business of the city will be 1 to[ co-operate with the movement J. E. Pattillo, of Osteeu. has: just finished case wIth NO inarki to :-1\\1 i : r
lurk trIO M KeaD, .
!centralized and will be conducted in ";a juvenile protectory; and shipping his orangeSom. of qu.iri- of WILLOW DALE RYE, ,' ,
airWt..Nt", Mrx Maughs. Mrs.Kmrnrr. i and ii'on don't find' it all .' '
]more especially to endeavor to help Tn it r iIK.SI
them since the freeze
Mr>.. Weathers Mrs. Schreib- warehouses to be built by the Southern ,:and eventually reform boys who have shipped have I :- tau e\i-r tasted 1. send it hick t" .* "'.' ,

n,. Mrs Miainia. Mm. II. L. AnderMr Warehouse Corporation, compos-t I offenses before brought $1.50 per box in New York ,- s pen e and >our ?_.S5 will be prompth r. tIsn't l'
been i convicted of minor
Jesse Green, formerly of Delray th.it f..ir offer?
ed of the local peanut factors. a
_, William Anderson Mrs.
# Farm has j the county court or mayor. There will plant eight acres in potatoes on f Remember we are distillers, .o w'.. .
.. .... Mr.. Mcott. Mrs. Rheinauer. Mrs The Longmead Squab I 1 it the 6.. .
I!are no dues or membership fees, but till : from us you save enormous pn> < : :
X.I the muck land north of Delrav, whichhe
been incorporated at Piscataway, j .
ft S Hail Miss Dye Miss Cthel Ilobi :ill friends of the movement are invited I I zn't' ers anI a\oid all clMiiee of aduUer.iU'"' \ .t. r
1" ..... Iliaa Annie Davis Mrs. lIar J., to raise and breed squabs pigeons, secured from Boynton & Parker i j J sure of petting our \\hUkey jut nit \111 r- tour
to become members, and send .
Mr Sistrunk. Mrs. Harris text! capital $U .OOtl. last year. i r_ i b distillery, without being Umprn-.l wi.'i, >
.'" _t-r their names to the secretary for en Frank E. Bugbee, a prominent Hastings : t i\I illy wa\
The II. M. Tilson Company, of New VIII -
Mr!. Newaotu. Mrs. C. I:. Robinson, I 1 rollment. I If you prefer cornhLskev, we will sum! \-'i1

Mr*. Abe Bmwn. Mrs. Powers. Mrs. York to operate fruit and vegetable I potato grower, says the potato I, + l'rliJ' four quartsof our ALLAN SINC R-SCORH
has growers of his section are very busy ,
I. K Nflwtn. Mrs. Oittmer. Mrs. Jake packing and canning fixtures I 4 WHISKEYforS2.80uprt'Mipff'T'clil.
with capital of TO FIGHT WHITE FLY. lanting potatoes. He will plant t'ill } but a better corn whiskey from .m\LuJT! to'an
": ....... Mrnu Howard Mrs. lUttinser, been incorporated a I II + ,itI '
acre ) price.
Mr* Ty mt Miriam lanler. Mrs. D. W. Davis The Fruit and Vegetable Growers'Issociatiou Hugh Somerville, of Dunedin, saystbat 1 kjoc-:* with eerv I>shipment e make \ I of Removing This Pest.
sad Mrs K. L Carney. of Siloam Springs Ark., I even the aracado pear trees run no risk when you deal with us as the ourMn

held a meeting in that city a few days i showed no effects of the cold. I Ii ii Ii of ourcompaiu' hive resources of a million duB a ,
the I
!: nln- labk- gU4'stsH.'re: The St. John's Fruit Growers'Association do .
River and will exactly as we
JL and after- ago. President C. A. Ford reported i I' T. J. Haygood, of Delray, has a old I iNIFTCRfK0t5iIt'
4ii'l whist wan played
() : held an important and mine in his beans which are not hurt : ACONGA I' THE SWIFT CREEK DISTILLING CO.
that the amount received for strawberries ; :
\.f.a,. the tables were quickly trans- sourthouse :1 4H rtr0 m'y
interesting session at the GSr4t ,
t by the cold. lIe has been getting
during the season of 1906 was Ii .
c" f rm. The number of crates quotations of 12@Hc. a crate and ha- I C
f linen for their .
t r* > tuiowy supper and members
I shipped was 10,21(1. The price for There were growers 1 been shipping some e'eQday.. -
j'twlk'h formed an appreciable endinghe
other than the DeLand members -
]present, !
The meeting of the fruit anti"l' "-
this was
picking strawberries year ;
I Ii.' haw) occu. kjn. ][ from Orange City Lake Helen. I I II
'It. srt.r-z. were kept by Mrs. Car- 1 l-4c. per quart. I i table growers to be held at Jacksonville I 41..+4'...Q40460ed..... ..............++.+.......$4114

audIn') Austin on attractivt'l' The Gravatt, (Ark.,) Friut Growers'Association II]Enterprise and Beresford. The grow-I! Jan. :30.: will no doubt be well a'- '

set held its annual meetinglast ers are prepaing to stamp ,tended. Matters of grave importance hV-HH! BIG Ci OPS lEUiLE IDEAL |
s.Iw.i b. ri-pr--seniin a white:: fly, which has made its appearance II' FETILiZEff{
di-i' to; the will be discussed.
wan.run.Inn urnamt'nh''il h little 1 't week and elected the following j growers .

pIrannnttMr.... Powers won the i dectors. who are to choose the presi-:.;:,Seville at and this in place.other DeLeon sections Springs.of the At Seffuer the strawberries were i OUR? BOOKS WILL! TELL YOU i
secretary and '' nearly all covered so they did not suffer
dent, vice-president
: bon bon :
, ri* a h.J\lI soiui* c-ut slas I
l E. M. JravattV.. A. 'county[ and this was the main subject i very badly from the effects of the -FLORIDA: VEGETA LES"-\ <'om"Uti( :;.. POTATOES, that!" '
.Iilth 40,1 l U-- Austin p..sl'DtedIrs.: ;treasurer: Rob-j' ;
hook bound in son, A. F. Stevens O. J. J 1 1I up for discussion. freeze. The growers are shipping! : #: piece manual on Florida crop.. 'Soil. Seed. Ptutiu and I C'It., .
'u"t.wul !
a ii t ny I
wtii'. sad! i, Iti Holder, a bouquet A. J. Russell ,A. M. McAllister and i. Co-operating with the members at i ithis now and say they will have a good o turn. Effect at Kertihi, I band re +
; \ P. H. Rolfs, director j "
session was
S. Brooks. r season if they can get rain oon.: "FLORIDA ORANGES -Book of Shtppinc especial

.f a .. lIalh"I' ,i I\V.i I: Reports from many sections of Ok-1;'.of f the Florida Experimental Station Quite a few orages and grapefruit : interest to orange grow- "I'INEAPPl.K: Ft KTII.IZI.V. 'f :

-- -- I i of doae !:at L Gainesville, who is doing all hej I are being shipped from Sorento. O ers. 1Jpt"C"1t1 mu: t" to l,,'1' a.tt 1
I '" is f. ling happy with the i iJ lahoma speak: great damage I they!
I"1. I''ui I fruit trees by recent rain which i!I II can in assisting the growers over Growers( claim the fruit was not hurt : grower :
J !"II" nl Fluiida part ., I
I state: to successfully fight this terrible: I frost. is needed "FLORIDA STRAWBERRIES" 'IDEAL FKRHLI7.KRH !: :
thebranches by the Rain badly as a
.. : the trees, tearing
froze on
P II't f II' hal !last work and is place [i I'
,1 down and breaking them ; pest of the orange tree.: He says theme I considerable is noticed on the or- 4 Booklet on "Soil. Varieti."-. ('ill all of our tjsff-r.-ni dr.-n-1- ,
Oil i ,'iiiiiiu.ir.' ;:= Us!. : to :kill out this pest is just soon I; ; I ill'i.i.
arruf .
that the fruit on range trees and all garden tivation and Fertilization >-' firict t'l
y! 'off.: It i is said crop ; ....... ..
I.i I.as it makes its appearance upon the --- -- I 4-
k .r ::- C:1bro I I i this account will be damaged more ]i' does "fering. Nett-i J rrvSed: tditiou ..t! for aho,- .',.t t'.i',i I .il..t, 'i t. r ..>-kii. :
f IVC R JOHNSON'SyMe Aut 'r:aUc $3.6:1 than from any other cause for many rove. The cold he reported, Patrick Higgins, of Volusla Landing, '" -"""..sa..N.Ylaea.sna.'_i-ss h__. M____ .'WM
I'not kill it out. as he demonstrated by I 2.700 boxes of oranges :
this season shipped
j -JRS ars. In some places trees were at- leaves he exhibited with the !I WIIS08/ & TOOME8 FERIITIZH CMiPMY
7.1ti' [ host stripped of the smaller limbs I'orange and grapefruit, which net tit I Ihim i

..i". -;-t tfr. toSo.i1 ./? .and, others almost totally ruined. j 1.live eggs sticking to them gathered ) on an average of over Sl.To on he I : .lACK" '''t '.,,1 IL, ''.. t.\! .
imi Prof.
I ("t.. I.... '_ 1.i from an orange tree in the city. I;trees. Mr. Higgins will plant 10 :

.fr.fll... {. (h..:.:r:',.1/. f?'r' j,1 The reports of various government ,i Rolfs says the other sections where i;acres to tomatoes as soon as there i; t t.t ." .........."...'..........'...t

("mLtlovof u-i i It ilMM I i'this pest have apeaml have stamped i some rain.
officials in Washington demonstrates ___- ,
rr> rrnwirrdcarnsrarmaar..nnaaeewa. I "
hi>' II" i '" 'sS.l. at it before -
y it effectually by keeping
.. ... -"- ; that the: The editor of the Bartow Courifiinformant .
".UI..1II : : tae fact beyond dispute
.. XV'i' ; tilav. | such headway in the i'
I'i : it gets ; a iI examined the m-.
: + i'nited States is the richest govern- ; !I orange
JtNN FCSTPR COVPAKY s- went on earth ,': ores j t In that section last week and reports i HclVEIJ S MACK Y

"? Di..ar :u Ililasic, Ga.- I, !, The Fruit Growers" Association; j is't:the damage by coM as more serious : (

::ready to co-ouerate! with any section !:than was admitted by the grower.

I CaSObVtaSv3Aw.1'1d36t304i1jvs O+ in the country where the white t!;:-'.Oltrain: r URN TURE DCAUCliSAH
, ..44ee/4et144C14e9P+ 11 Las appeared h> kill! It out. Xoi:< ; i

: BiG MAILG. ORDER iiOUSE.lj i ::1 the rime to do it. If not it gives the.1!sprouting again.-Xev; Yoik i Produce] :I:, \v E t'Al.1 .". v !IViV'l; ; : IIi\tt IN 'tiiFIouse : '

.. __ ..ra,._...... -..........." -...- -. -.. growers throughout the country s.j''h.-\-' ,' I I
: u. : ;:end of trouble. !i( I I Furnishings i Parlor Suits

f : Spraying should! U don on all. 1; HER MISTAKE. I Ij I Rugs. Art Squares and ?i.: ttflig5. I In Leather, Uph r,
; 1-\ \T !kinds! of tress and hushes v.-here they I
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t & .. ; appeared last suivir.er.: in order to: i! Tt. fo'lovins!! incident from the in.i Bed Room Suits Dining Root
. t. 06'4 i 1 lull,: the egg. And the leases which i.!Iiaaapolisews "points to a s..'"''.'.'a'j'! In Mahogony, Birch Birdseye i of ali! kinds-M" (

II dave fallen from such infected tree:::; I Ii Macie and Oak. I
I land adorns a tale: '

Having purchased the saloon property formerly i :should be raked up and burned. This I :-11':?. Marie Van Vort. who! 1,1 F'I( China onQ C: 1- ,

eperatrd by W. J. McGrath 'and made many im- a : I)(st can be stamped on; note': if prop I i:done ouch sincere and effective Wiiri; ; JAOission L comP'.tt'! tint-- _

: to handle t?rr and diligent methods are adOp2dy '''in: he effort to ameliorate the evil.-: In all the different finishes j Odd Pieces
I :
on same am now prepared
Movements dollar now
A expended
( 'I:)> the growers.
United State
,of chid: labor in the 1
: mail orders with the greatest facility. The large variety : :.o kill! it will save Sin! that will have I j'rtax Hire most writers who sees thin:;

of brands of Whiskies Wines, Bears Etc., now <** :o be expended in ridding the trees !
i t I Ion a limited time, made some emir" Kinds cf Bzd and Table Linens, Lace Curtains. u "

cairit-d enables me to fill the order of everyone on t* (5f the pest if allowed! to spread.Vousia !!ing mistakes. One of these is told i y and Upholstering Goods

: short notice. The premises are now fitted up especial ::1 County Record. a Huotsrille. Ala., cotton rail! man. ;

orders will ; i( 'You see we don't like to have women -I Heaters Rsn&es Cook Biomes
business and i has
: ly for this ,:-hiss of the your The Dutchess of Manborough ,

. t : be filled the came day they ore ixcdvcd and shipped ;uled $I (I.IJOtl on her husband, the !i'Nobody, visitors who works anyway wants, he other confessed poo-1 j Full. ;Liuf I }"L'-1.3,1. 'I. ; [H. .'... ;u--. :.r..I,..... :, :.1 t ''i! u".ij..i.! t .1. !

In next order includeHogan's O 1 uke of Marlborough in order to get tun. M 1"ulin.; : .*. f m hf'-'K "f
: on the rirst train. your pie coming in to look at them in their i
......... : 'id of him It is not every womanrho
e "old clothes, and asking them person- Farm and / Mm. MNtsKx'liaive
XXXX Rye : ; is so fortunate as to be able to cal questions. But she begged so hard ( Turpentine Wagons, Buggies,
it is
: !l l ay this price but fortunately
I that we finalldecided to let her go : ->ale: ot the !b"; agon (.n t'u11fh. "'"fj""lak' .
Goods ore the Market !. not every woman who is so unfortunates .A.-ri! carry the \vrj b.-t !line ut High tirj i.- Hii' kip* n.iMnfprinl t .uni'r '
: The Seat ... to have a duke for a husband. !through. i ij II ,
j + I j 'Then we got to dickering among;'

HOGAN information has gone out that the j(ourselves as to who would be guid 1 L't.ies:=. Lime, ('t ntNnt. 1 la'trr.

Ii G. D. i recent cold weather was very destructive !1 Finally we decided as a special con'j #3ti1dng Hair. Lath, siiin>;!'e-. Paints t fJQ d

in the vicin-I she should have our new book-1;
!, to orange trees pliment Flintkoie I Roofing

: Ocala Florida. : ie ty of Bartow but the Bartow Couriernformant !keeper who was just from New Eng-!: IflUl lUl Oils
hire L-u-i; Vurjiisli.Ktr.{ .
1I says that the orange trees. I land. He was a real Bostoaiaa. and : ,

:; hough denuded of their leaves are i we thought he would impress her. : \Vrtli l! Pap r. Aal'astintarAi! MitfiitVnII: !slot t..

j Odeisk ey House in Central Florida. : 'f:low putting forth fresh growth, which I:with his manners and tne clothes. til :a.'i. give us: a tria safc-We win w.t b.. undersold and will pl*>*.* ',

c early proves that they were not de-,Later when we bought the magazine Ito j

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L First a fellow sings some song orft : Painters. i ij I TO EXIST. I \ fj
I 'jln :Marion Circuit Court, Fifth Judicial I will be at the following jWuf'
other Special cor. Ocala Banner: j We makers. I 'I Circuit of Florida. time specified to receive rfjr. .*f
are practical paint
To a pretty girl horn once he met, j News is scarce in our pretty little i A Sensation to Bs Sprung in Savannah -J ). and agricultural tatiMtr*
I We have made the L. & M. Paint by
Then a sweet coquettish, near-grand burg. 'machinery for one-third of a century: j i By a United States Official. Tampa & Jacksonville Railway Company save trouble by bringing *.. or-I***

mother j j The weather has been beautiful and Our machinery provides 10,000! gal- __ a Corporation, Organized and tax receipt and never trail to ern-

](.. Tells you she's an innocent soubrette; I|,{cold for several days. Had quite a lons of L. & M. Paint better and in Savannah, Jan. S).-Assistant United Existing Under the Laws of the cry in making tax returns..
... less time than 100 gallons can be State of Florida \s. Irene B. Brew January.Martel.
t Next a pair of Japs start spinning nice shower of rain Saturday night States Attorney Alexander Aker- 2$ m.
made by hand mixing. Pro
I -Notice;; of Condemnation
c1 dishes i which was very much needed. We ue thousands of tons of paint man is framing up a sensation of er. Cotton Plant. :s. p. RI.I .

,1 Then two Dutchmen have a give and Some of our neighbors are butch ;;material where a painter uses 100 ,goud size to be sprung when the grand ceedings. ;'I HeidtsUlle 29. from II a. .... t. 1

f 1 take. i erin; their hogs this cold spell" thinking !pounds. :jury of the United States court as- Notice is hereby given to all per- ,Ip.. m.
t I We give customer the best job sons interested in or having a lien j Dunnellon 30.
J Then the intermission intermishes- :; this will be about the last jour semuies here next month. It all has I .
I oppor- i Jin the world with L. & M. becausethe i on the following described property, i I Romeo 31, from 11 a. B.i .. 10 :2 p a.I

i And you wake. ,'t tunity.Jlr. L. & M. Zinc hardens the L. & to do with the alleged turpentinetrust. situate. lying and being in Marion i Februaf/

f I Lee Snyder and his mother left M. White Lead and makes L & M. I There has just been received in county, Florida, and more particularly : Blitchton. 1. f"

t Paint like iron for 10 15 Savannah as follows, to-wit: I! Kendrick, a. lIP.i .
wear to by shipment of
Next a coon song: 'Rastus, w'y yo'fret jesterday. Mr. Snyder resigned his j jj [. express a
A of land hundred and i i .
ears. I strip one Martin. p. 01.I
so?" {position here and has gone to Salt I Actual cost of L. & M. about ?1.20 I private papers and documents dealing I fifty feet wide situate in the ilbrth- .I Lowell 5. a. m.

Then a "Down in Tennessee" duet; I Springs to distill turpentine for Mr. per gallon. I with the investigation bean in New I I west quarter of section 10, township i Ueddick 5. p. m.

Then a seal performs the intermezzo 'W. C. Townsend. We shall miss them Sold by Mclver & MacKay, Ocala, York, which are said to cinch the I 14, range 20, and more particularly I I Fairfield 6, a. m.

By MascagBi on the clarinet; ,las they are pleasant and agreeable I Florida. 2B I governments case against the alleged i described as follows: Seventy-five j I Irvine 6, p. m.Flemington .

combination. feet on each side of the center line |I 7. a. m
After that some novelty Parisian, people.
I FORT McCOY NEWS NOTES.We I I Central 8, a. m.
of here II Judge Samuel B. Adams, who was of the survey of the Tampa & Jacksonville -
Then a poodle stands upon his head, j Mr. Bassett, Anthonyvas I I Geiger S. p. DI

Next: the biograph provides a vision- I last week and was a guest of the Por- are having some very cold I in New York looking after the inter- 1!a point on railway the center company line, starting of section tt I IjlO i Mcintosh, 9.> .

But you've fled. ter house. He is never too tired to (weather at this writing. i ests of the turpentine people, is sai" five hundred and twenty-nine ((529)) Shady 11. a. m V

-Thomas R. Ybara in N. Y. Times. 'be pleasant. Miss Blanche Stevens, of this place to have protested vigorously against I j feet west of the center corner of the !' Santos} 11, 12.p. ni.Btlleview .

i :Mr. Neubeck, of Palatka, was also is visiting her sister Mrs. Geiger, of j I:the seizure of any papers of his cli. ;saiii sec. thence east eight degree and Ii j jfiftyfive Pedro 13, a. m.L.e."oD .

DEATH OF MRS. M. A. McCONN. :at the Porter house. He is jolly and Ocala. :i cuts, but his protests were without i minutes east to the north I 13: p. m.

avail. So far the { line of said section 10. and contain Summerlield li_ a. us.
:a good anectdote for the "blues. We number from this as papers are concerned -,
Quite place attended !
On Wednesday night, January 23rd, a ing nine and three-tenths acres more 1: .
p I 'I are looking for him today. I the case is not unlike thai I| Candler >, a. m.i
I the i-tsel of death claimed the lovely the fish and oyster supper at j for less; tc be and appear before this I i Ocklawaha l.:; p. inEasnako -

", toul ct Mrs. M. A. McConn, of Sparr, ,'i He has driven a good many nice Sparr. Among them being Misses j against ex-Captain O. :M. Carter, when !'Honorable court on the 'II i ij 16. a m.Weirsdale .

: ,; at cattle through here to Palatka. Ollie and Edith Grantham. Ruth Stevens the government: got after him. They j I Fourth day of February, A. D.. 1907, ; 'Ii.! p it.Lioadalt .

and bore it- They certainly must consume a Lois McQuaig and Charles Town-j! beat him to his private documents !I'same being the first Monday of said j IV a. HI

and seized the v-hoie lot. It month a".1 a rule day of said court, ,; Moss Bluff in.! a. )11.
qi.aitity of beef in that portion of i iWe was largely -
: "') Q the beautiful realms above, send. All report a fino time. I these! |to how cause if any, why said prop- i( Electra IS'I. i I'. IKL
: 't There all is serenity, happiness and i j.I Putnam county. are sorry to say that Mr. J. A. i ;: papers eonuetsM Car- I jerty should not be condemned and > nne 2". (roi.i : ;:

i Ii i Mr. Bruce McLeod, of Welaka, and Castel is still sick but he i is; some I!ter.It I taKen for uses and purposes as shown Graaannill" -II tri' J -,I j ".

iove. ':Mr. Charles Whtiehead, of Hollister, better than he was. I is said that! the ruua''! :>aores [by the petition filed herewith or else :, Connor 2 It. fr >ni! J ", \I' :0!
; : be barred of alt title and interest ,
to right.

f combine had Churchill 21. in
I were visitors here last week. a private teltphone exchange j p.
i Mr. J. J. Brinson, living near Eureka ,
sufi whatsoever' in and said
had been to '
Mrs. McConn patient
a ,j in Savannah, Eureka _;2. a. >uDaisv
o\fr which its
: fee- for a long time and was con-' who traps on small. scale imI 1 i, property. 2.;!!. p. III

fbcd to her toed for two months. She ', the good fortune to trap two very large members iransminul'CIY In-ponn- I i In witness whereof, I have hervinto Forr :McCo -::, a. IIi

I PICNIC TOLD IN RHYME. wildcats on the same log and the sa:lie : information. This was 'iisco\ered I[set my hand and affixed the seal! of ,\mhony J.Sparr ;>

was a native of South Carolina and j when one firm drew oat ()f ;h<, cora- 1 said court this! 15th day. of December i< .'4.: a. PI.

: vms 72 years of age. i]I night. I nine and had his ; ;> 1906. Pine (H'huol! husi t'i ;JI: n !lit
Special cor. Ocala Baaer: prh'ltexcnng '
We can truly say that "she was a' Mrs. McConn, a resident of the :, ,"seai 3. T SISTRUNK.: I Orange Sj riu;> 7.: p. i:1!

\ : good Christian hearted woman." The !i To our hostess, :Mr.:. 1. ary, this Sparr section was buried at the Fort I connection torn out. There :"> fun Clerk Circuit Court. Citra 28Ocala. .

;poem is respectfully dedte.: ed by the McCoy cemetery last Saturday.The I ahead for next month. 1 By George Leitner. D. C. all of March.
church was her shrine! and in other' I -- I F. M. SIMONTON. 1 The law all '' ti.
bard of North Lake V. !'. requires tax r* urn
whistle of the steamer j
' years when able at that shrine she i j gong A Valuable Lesson. I Attorney for Petitioner. 12-21 !I be in by 1st of April.
The chief event of this new year Hiawatha is frequently heard as she i j
always most zealously worshipped "Six I learned valuable! ALFREDYKR. l
years ago
Was the "Henry" picnic on Lake plough her way up and down the i I NOTICE. !Ml _\sait''>>CN'
, : having been a life-long member ofF' ; lesson writes John Pleasant, of i i19flG r
"Mrs. Weir. Ocklawaha river, carrying tourists to Magnolia, Ind. "I I then began taking -- I -- -- -
:: : the Citra Baptist church. Me- i, I
The Delia took us from our dock and fro. "Dr. Kings New Life Pills. and the : ( taxes are HOW due. Nctice to Creditor

Conn was a true neighbor and devoted :Prompt on the minute by the clock; that the much longer I take them the better I find !!I 1. Taxes are due and payable on Notice 13 hereby gIven to all t.l't"dt
It is reported again
mother, having: brought up under her : them" They please everybody. Guaranteed -i!the i first Monday November..:- each 'tors legatees, dist ributet>* und all
The wierd and
was grand
good Christian training and through It { scenery talked of railroad is sure enough coming at Tydings & Co., druggists. m year. other persons having claim again!

the teachings of her church a family t tti Viewed from the boat on every hand, as Mr. Rentz has lately returned 2. Personal and poll taxes must be II 1 the estate of Julia T. )luDrt.... d..oeaed ..

t :East Lake, with many a pretty grove, I from Georgia with a force of hands Reward.-We will paw a liberal reward paid at the same time that real l estate I to present the game to th' uMt*'r,

cisjht reputable children and she, I Through which the visitors can rove, ': work. for information leading to the is paid on. if the assessments are to :signed within two years trim thin Jan

f I t iRC Eve was mother of them all. : ready to go to recovery: 01 our horse and buggy the same party. i 11, A. D.. 1907 at Oral*. Florida.

II And gather fruit to satisfy I Regardless of the law on our statute which were taken from the A. :M. E. I I 3. If possible come in person to I T. T. Ml.NROK.

: "To live that other lives from t i The inner man if not the eye, I books setting apart certain months in I church in Ocala Monday night. Sor- pay your taxes. Paying by mail orj I]Executor of ihr Last Will and ..-

i .Then Lake Weir Hotel, with its bluff which woods can be burned, there are II rel mare, three years old, white feet, I through other parties is frequently I fluent of Julia T. Munn,'. <|i'<-<>a$<'d.
r Thine, rich stores of strength, and i I 'I
And pretty sight and waters rough, parties who persist in burning any old :short mane:, long tail; new top bug ,i unsatisfactory. 1-11-St .
i joy may draw, j I gy. !I 4. When you come to pay your taxes ; --- -
Soon for "Carney's Inn, to dine I
think the law should be
t time. We
_ 1 For but to her is life divine, JOHNSON, SMITH & CO. : bring a description from your deed'orlatest NOTICE.The .
I Wto: hath fulfilled life's highest ;Where the seats and all so fine, I tested and see if they have a right !.It Ocala, Fla. 1 tax receipt, of what you wiL;

'For such a trip, can't be compared, i to do so. to pay on. 11 aii'iiMi uit-fiin,' ut'ttn i Simkholders .

) ,I '4 law. And all the comforts each one i Mr.V.. L. Martin, better known as I FINANCIAL STATEMENT. i 5. Don't wait till last few days of i of I ihr Port high: Ti"'iiiiaal
time to pay, then expect the best service -I Company; will ith*'11 .u th<> oittrc of

; I All that was mortal of the deceasedwas : shared. ,"Peter Stanley," left last Monday with I Report of the condition of the J, either by mail or in person. Theil the company in K The viands spread out all alone, I!his brother to visit their in : is then
parents ru; :i on and delays are una-II county. Florida on
r tenderly and lovingly laid to : Central National bank, of Ocala, at''
Just, fairly made the table groan; i Alabama. i voidable.; You must take your turn i Tuesday, February mh. 1907.
; rest in the Fort McCoy cemetery Sat- Ocala, in the state of Florida at the'' it at ll:3u .
j as ;
comes. u m
At last it swayed forth out and back ; Messrs. L. J. Hall. J. E. Thomas and I
urday. There were quite a number of : close of business, Janutry 26, 1W7. : You must have your property prop- RM.I'H 15 \RKKHRockwell.
As car was started on the track J Will Boring returned last Saturdayevening '
I I relatives and friends in attendance at Resources Dollars. erly assessed. if yon wish to avoid I g..r...ar,.
I the burial. The lamps from Della furnished light, : from the big scrub, where trouble in payment of taxes. The collector I Fla, Janu.tiy :list.I ij t.T
I .
I]Loans and discounts .$ 5S,92.: :;
: For by this time 'twas getting night.i they had been deer hunting. We do cannot alter the valuation or 1-25
Mrs. McConn was a lady who hadplenty I Overdrafts, secured and II
0- Il Such appetites we seldom met not know what luck they had. description of assessments found on I --- _
l of friends and her death is unsecured . GII.S5 i the tax books. NOTICE.
As furnished were by this "smart set, : Rev. H. C. Martin, returned Monday .
sadly regretted by all who really 1 IT. S. Bonds to secure U. E. L. CARNEY -
It took us fully one whole hour i from Penile, where he filled his regu- 11-9-tf Tax Collector. The annual meeting of I the Stork- .
knew her and the annals of all'good" : 1 .
among Deposits . . 12,500.00
;. To find we could not quite devour lar appointment Saturday and Sun I IADMINISTRATOR'S holders of the Dunnelkm Phosphate .\
: people, there are none more worthy -'The provender we had in store I j ]Premiums[ on U. S. Bonds 17138: NOTICE OF 14
I -", than she. day.The Bonds securities, etc., .075GO i I FINAL SETTLEMENT AND DIS- 'the company in Rockwell. Marion
'And each one murmured "nothing I people! of this place are busy
Friends extend to the CHARGE. (county Florida, on
sympathy : !I Furniture and fixtures . 3.494.2C !
bereaved family. more. preparing to plant their crops. I Tuesday, February 1ftn. t7,
; Due from
National Banks
The coffee, too I'll mention here, j i i Notice is hereby given that on the at 12 o'clock noon.

:For noting to me is more dear j Thoroughly Reliable tnot reserve agents) 12.S91.45J! tth day of May, A. D., 1907, RALPH BARKBR.ftecrHMTf.

I I.;. "Come, says Jesus' sacred voice, 'Twas good and strong, and held out If ever here was a reliable and safejl I I Duefrom state banks and j the undersigned will present his

u.w-I Come, and make my home your II remedy it ist he old and mamous porous bankers . . C.863.GG I j final accounts and vouchers to Joseph I Rockwell Fla.. January :nsl. IM1
choice, well. plaster-Allcoek.s. It has been Bell, county judge Marion county, 1-25

How many cups I'll never tell Ii in use for sixy years and is as pop- ]Due from approved reserve Florida. at his office' at Ocala, and I _- d>-
1 will guide thee to the throne, . . :
agents 20,431.89:
Were passed out here and passed out ular odaj as ever, and we doubt if make final settlement and apply for ,
11 Blessed I angel, hither come." there I here is a civilized comnntniy on the Checks and other cash I final discharge as administrator cf 000 0 000 0 000

: ONE WHO LOVED HER BEST. Now "face of the globe where his wonderful items . . 46.34 I estate of J. Porter Smith deceased. O' S I S S SO
[ comes the homeward trip at eve pain reliever cannot be found In November 2, 1906.; 4 O' *
I,_ __ __ ,____ ,__._ ___ Notes of other National I 0
,Reluctantly we had to leave, ne seiecuon L 01" me L lujjreiufins: -" : mu 1 'mi .1'. V... .QXTtTTI....... & ... -
FISHING AT HOMOSASSA. I Banks . 3.JiH}() 'i I" 'U
But soon began to sing and shout i their manufacture the greatest caree I" J'As Administrator of the Estate of J. 0 Or. 0. M. SONEV- O

And all too short then seemed th< is taken to keep each plaster up to Fractional paper currency, I Porter Smith, Deceased. 11-2-Cm 0 Eyesight SpecialistO

r Special cor. Ocala Banner: the highest standard of excellence nickels and cents 124.2;-I-I '
route i
t Homosassa, Fla., Jan. :29! l& T. and so pure and simple are the ingre- Specie . $8,271.20 III'II NOTICE OF MEETING OF THE. .
No "Mother Hubbard" here alone !
dients that even a child can use them. FLORIDA OIL AND GAS COM-

I Enclosed you will find a record ota ., With cubbard bare and not a bone, Allcock's are the original and gen- Legal tender notes 3,030.UO 11Ul.2:: (' PANV. :,!),' < : '. \
day's catch at Homosassa. The : and sold by Fund with U. 'j .' (
To send to hounds and pointer dear,, uine porous plasters are Redemption .. J
weather is fine! and is enjoy.. in of the civilized '. ..
r everyone drugs,:5iS every part S. Treasurer ((5 percent ;J' ,
,The Carney Christian Kennels near, 4't
The annual meeting of the stockholders \
world. I
lug out-door life hunting and fishing.Mr. .1w' .
of circulation C25.0C: I r
By such a spread seldom find 5.
you of this will be ;
company .
George Trollman and a partyof .. i .. ,
Is furnished for the canine kind. Atlanta Journal Bright Bits. j''at l : r IJ' .t. ,
: 11 the
a. m., on .
friends, from Cincinnati in ...t: : 7t ;.
l came Total . . '
i $141,852.15Liabilities
|The thanks expressed were long and 1 It is still a question whether MayorHearts's J' 'I I 5th day of February, 1907 ; _
I. Jlouday! and$ are guests of the Rendezvous.
: loud, inaugural address will be delivered at the office! of David S. Woodrow.

I from. There are several late arrivals -!And then we parted from the crowd, | before Mayor McClellan's farewell I Dollars. II the Holder Block, Ocala, Florida, for in t fJqIAti
Indianapolis and othernorthern
stock in . 50,000.0fl I
!I For with a last and long good night, | message. I Capital paid $ the purpose of electing a board of dj > !

: points. Mr. Murphey and a 1, ,The Della steamed fast out of sight. ,I That murmuring sound in the air is t: Undivided profits less expenses j rectors and for the transaction
will arrive from
party Atlanta Thurs ---- !iChauncey Depew humming "Oh, Plattb: and taxes paid 5,700.2(1 I I. such other business as may lawfully .i o. I make a spwmitv of 0

I day. Nestected Cold Threatens Life. may come and Platts may go, V.'t I National bank notes out- I O. correcting fyra *h.,r,- otJi o
I before the
come meeting.: 10.
f t. \ day's catch: From the Chicago Tribune.) :50 on forever." standing . . 12,500.o, ers fail. o
Mr. and :Mrs. Fancher, Cincinnati : "Don't trifle with a cold," is good I Dated in Ocala, Florida Kith .Ian- !10 Satisfaction gu.rauieeu .
j An Ohio farmer claims a 'possum Individual deposit, subjectto
advice for
: prudent and 1907. '
c:: trout. i men womenIt .1 nary, or refunded .
may be vital in case of a cold..1 I that was caught in his trap but er- check . . 73,651.95 I DAVID S. WOODROW, money 0
::1 I 10 u
Mr. and Mrs. Lepings Cincinnati, r .0
.Proper; food good ventilation, and heaped! and left all his skin behind. It is \ ,

l' 4? trout. : dry, warm clorhing are the proper: I certainly a coincidence that the story I Total . -> $141S52.15, -!S-3tW Secretary. i o O. OPTICAL PARLOt 0 ( -
:2 and 4 ;
t Mr. Chas. Waters, Cincinnati, 41 'guards against colds. If they are Gary Building 0

trout. ;:maintained through the changeable;I came out the day that Joe Bailey was I State of Florida. Nstice to Non-Resident. Sportsmen. ,,0 ()cala. Florida 0 \

weather of autumn winter and I elected. I jo e0'J

'b Mr. Gus Temple Cincinnati, C4theephead. {spring, the chances of surprise from I It's funny how a man will lug a County of Marion, ss: Notice is given---to non-residents I 1 O. 00 .

,% ;ordinary colds will be slight. But the I, J. B. Brooks, cashier of the. o. e S I
bag of golf sticks the links every -
'-.u Mr. and Mrs. Watts ,ordinary light cold will become severe; over I hunting game in :Marion county that .0
Michigan. 20! I above named bank, do solemnly swear lo 0 0 0 0 0 o o 0
minutes, :20! bass. : if neglected, and a well established i afternoon in October, and thenl I the laws of Florida r wir > them to o 0
that the above is
statement true to I
ripe cold is tel he germs of diptheria i make such a fuss when his wife asks I license tx-fnrr tfl
first a ao doing
Dr. Saner, New York, 24 trout. [the best of belief. procure --- --- -- ---- ,
what honey is to the bee. The my knowledge and ----
greatest him in the
I to bring a hod of coal
up ,
I The fixed i is -1ft.I'I) and the
Mr. Ray E. Mlddaugh, 25 trout, 12 menace to child life at this season l i J. B. BROOKS, j

ducks. ,of the year is a neglected cold next month. Cashier. j official issuing the licence! I is the clerk ; It Will

Whether it is child adult the cold, This notice
Miss R. Lowry, half 10 j or of the circuit court is
day, sheep- : Subscribed and sworn to before me
li"ad. j slight or severe the very best treatment Having touched a popular chordin given for the purpose of giving warning
: that can be adopted is to give it this 30 day of January, 1907.
statement the cattle and hogsare ,I
.Mr. Raymond Kemp 40 pounds !Chamberlain's Cough llemedyy. is and wing trouble. .
Payou !
black' bass. [safe an dsure. The great popularityan : not subject to freezing, the i il Notary Public. 1:. J. McCRAXEY. I
Times would like to add chickens and
The Rendezvous ( dimmense sale of this preparation l d-lt-w4t Game Warden
is having j
a splE'ndid Correct-Attest
:has been obtaine dby its remarkable sweet potatoes to the list for the : j _

season. !cures of thi sailment. A cold never results pedal benefit or the people with coun-I HERBERT A. FORD, I
in pnuemonia when it is given. T. T. MUNROE, NOTICE. it You have AII1 ... .1."i
4 A big 1;: supply l of sealing' wax and 'For sale by all druggists. m try homes of limited size in the immediate I F totiII,

corks for sealing syrup bottles. and '! vicinity of the larger towns Z. C. CHAMBLISS, The annual meeting of the Stockholder*

jars.x. LAKE WEIR JOTTINGS. and cities.-Tampa Times. We don't Directors. of the Barker Chemical Companywill OH
TYDINGS & CO. I be held at the office of the com-
know so much about that- had
Special cor. Ocala Banner: chicken freeze we a ipany in Rockwell. Marion county I r: Y\Jti're; thiRkifil$ 8l..K.. -
to on us just before
I Florida, onTuesday
i Mr. George Thompson is building a Christmas. February 19th. 1907 If to Fl JridQ fe* a MIMB.

'neat little launch with a two horsepower Branch's Geniine at 10: :30; a. n.

ILQI9A.NONDff1O1 engine for fishing and pleasureon 1 FRECKLES I 8. S. AUCHINCLOSS.i OR
the lake. PIMPLES Rattlesnake Watermelon SeedOnly i S
I REMOVED In Ten I Rockwell. Fla. January 31t, 107. I i: You tlisre I itt'.kt j
Messrs. Arthur Scott and J. M I Days. : Pure Strain in United States. IMt1
1-25 I Ikii4 of J'Ioo-r.: ....
I )
: Blair have gone to White Haven to Carefully selected: kept pure forty 'fW4ftf,

D spend several weeks with friends. ; g' Nadinola :years. No other variety grown on I NOTICE. TOSBK \ L-
: TIt ICY DO\fo- plantation of 1,5uO acres. Pure seed
CURE Mrs. H. W. Henry, sr., gave a most I The ComplexionS I impossible where different kinds I ORVRITi I.. \)
1. 10* LtMoJJ delightful excursion and Beaatifier"en i The annual meeting of the Stockholders
SA1T-SICK "lunch"around I are grown: loz.15c.: 20z.25c.1; oz. -,
'11M,unn II BY TEST ... the lake Thursday in honor of ;-- r==11 dorsd by thousands ,40c: 1-2 tb COc.; lib $1; Sib $4.50: lolb of the Standard & Hernaato .

b Of HA"' V LARS t Ci TH her guests, who are visiting her from .- : "t grateful ladies and j$.50, delivered. Railroad Company will be. held at the J J. H.l LIVINGSTON & ONt
NAT raa DisrAse IN STOCK cf AIL mios office of the company in Rockwell,
:. AU ($ 11 0\110"Mil AIoIIWIfS ThE!'W AiCCRTItCtMAN : ) Virginia, and about guaranteed to remove t Remit registered letter or money or- t
twenty cf her I
: IS NOT A FOOD BuTn,8aystoc (> i all faaalf discolor i ii der. Send for seed annual. Marion county. Florida, OB
I Klkt) (IVtlTATa.Al.At.gSAVCYOUm.MAlS.: i neighbors. Tuesday, February 19th. 1W7. OCALA, nonet'O .
I Manual melon culture all
tloas oud restore the I on on or
i <
PAICE 25 CEKTSAPACCI ( s at '11:00 a. -- -
VOI5L.ZBV&.L arTA.1 CIIISTS l".Aliur.aUiBv/ teautyofyoutK.Tneworst ders. m.RALPH I -

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,l"'l Join and Mary loved each other. Noble' Verses Inspired by the Makin:
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y John and meant to wed of a New State.
; | William Congreve was one of -the
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-, .....-.. most popuJa- writers of comedies of
,, ,' Freeman K. Miller !ii'u.: 'Of
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: Listen: this is what he said:
-"_rj -. '- ..' f i" !this time. More than any writer of :
"'J;. ,, ; '- his time his comedies abounded irj I II People's Progress, at Stfilwa'ui
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/".{-.... .iJf?; )V.I-1 (IA. ,,YJ', i,Mary, you must be the ivy, j witty dialogue and lively incident. rn-I has written this poem. "T!.' i\ f .' '
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j : ;'..{ I' < : I. of course must be the oak; ?' ers. dedicated to the Okiah! "I.i < ,
-- 1:1 \ ,like most of the English poets of his I II ..' I ; .
\ '>...l 'V, ;You must do the tender climbing I I stitutional convention:
--, 1" '=- "/. <.,;,,.'. '"v'a ./y":, i ,jday, Congreve was financially pros ,

I :, /:;f "" .tl'U' ;j I must bear the heavy yoke.Mary perous.' Dryden, next to ShakespeareEngland's I.:: \1 III'!, ..1 .

Er r.;:. 11 <'", i;:' '/1 \ ,i I greatest poet before the ad ,The people spate out of t ilii ,> \1'1'' "' .111 r' Pi' .u.I Iy'

\. (r'iJ ,. h. ''' ( I and said to the buildt! ': t.1 i > -
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.! ( I... ..i /1 seemed to like the notion |t vent of Byron, Shelly Tennyson, and . .af:
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J.h .w.-:. '-: :-. .1' '.-. : f./1'1", ,- .' ; And she hung upon his arm; I some of the other later poets, compli i ii "Come forth in tbe'g.r> tt. H. ': "It I It'\ ''''.tt1. .
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...4'.o\ T( : .... "" ... ;: OJl {All the way seemed bright before them i mented Congreve as "one whom 1\- >n clua..h I I" I

1 <<1 lt 6Jji 1; ; Both their hearts were light and I erg muse and grace adorned." and eV-1; Come forth for the l.iix I >r it,.>! > ,- !q Ian .

zt' a: ;: _... i. U'/J.;:'. .T.--.. warm. : and build for TI<' i'eui :' .\ I I- P .' ,
: : "S ...:.... ::. ,. i Pope dedicated to him his translation ;' II.:1: ::1'
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,, ;.: :-- (,. .!> of the "Iliad. At his death he left .11.
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:.: .:_;; :.;. r.. .... -. .t .: .:n7'1gr f \ John and Mary walked together the bulk of his fortune, lO.rtonlb to the edeleardowutlt(i.:. 11:1:1: ;: I '.'. l..hr"n>.4I ,. h1'lar ,
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;, ; I iDutchess of Marlborough daughter iI' I'
fL' 1r ?p' .-.;. _. \_--gff"{-:,f''J't "'t'" f.'r1- w'i' II Mary's aunt, about the garden, jOf| the great duke) with whom he had I"Come forth from the ('hall.- .>.; ;,. 1J.t.lm! :
-- i' ij: ,;;:; '<' ) :""J1 "., Called the lovers to her side. i been on terms of friendly intimacy.He silence, commission, 11,1.: p..II ", I ,,,'I, 1\ "
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> t l"' ('(f I !ifli( } ) '1RJ. 'jJ/ I I had sat at her table daily and assisted ureless might.To "\, .. .r' .. \.' c
{ \ ,. 'Ji I"See," se said "the oak and ivy," in her household arrangement. ; order an empire from I' ..., ;" :' 'U' J'tih-: I.

\ '' i Pointing to a withered tree The dutchess manifested her regard I make it a beacon of hg L' I :- I "

I To by the fettered and '.I i
"Too much clinging of the ivy for the deceased poet that spoke very : HOOp
and crown as the mast.-r ca'.. IP.J..Iffi1"'U'Af:
Too much leaning to me. I I
seems strangely for her taste but quite
FOUR SAILINGS ElOfIVEER The hopes of a people unfathn"tlroams I
j loudly for her devotedness to his : ,, ::
I I Ii : of a miracle I'. "I' 0 O. K. GROCERY[[
BETWEENJacksonville |I otill: she" said, "there's strength fPointing i I memory. She had a statue made of: I Ii I I

I ivy i him in ivory, which moved by clock : .
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And swift to the call oi.t t '
1 out the garden wall, I I work, and was placed daily at her; '
and New: V orl 1
: i "But for all those roots entwining I i table; then she had a wax doll made ers. I i1 i\
How the i-i I'.. I- .. ,. .
{ Down the poor old fence would I!in imitation of him and the feet ol: : vagrant paths 1; .,..
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Charleston S. C. i-Jin j i fall. this doll were regularly blistered and -
Calling at ways.CLYDE I ,
Yet true to Ihe mighty con; 'u- -
:wr rr. : s':' Yjrrrlr..J' L1 ':3Z ;j'.S'S:$:::;: Jrr.r:: !anointed by the doctors, as poor Con I
"Now.:' she said, addressing Mary, greve's feet had been when he suf ; they journey and nnm: .1:
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Smiling kindly as she spoke; II fered from the gout. I meet. T. Needham

NEW ENGLAND AND SOUTHERN I TiEs Each clothed in the 1)I Idom I-
-Both may be in turn the ivy. Congreve's plays dealt in such licentiousness i garment ,
: hard wrought and hard M t "
FREIGHT >>hKVlCK BETWhhN: "Both will have to be the oak. that they wouldx not

Jacksonville, Boston and Providence, i 1i !now be tolerated at all and consequently ered in strife Fe! Plumber

and all Eastern Points. {Courtship's lane at length was ended; I have all been banished from Stands forth as the master of *ta*
Married life must now begin : summon a state into life
Calling at CharV-ton Both WayS -. i the stage, notwithstanding we hear

|John and Mary lived together I sometimes that ours is the most cor I ijd Gas fitter
i: si i u EEIiLT s A ILIN (; S. \ 0 builders, called forth of the people.not .
j At a cosy village inn. i rupt of all the ages. On the contraryno !

Swthbo nd. From LeWis' Wharf Bosto: ,. refined. I only for us in your toil''
i i I age was ever so t
., 1 Northbound. From foot Catharine: St., Jacksor.vill r |John soon gave the rein to Mary, Congreve is the author of the lines For tribes that ball follow through !: i

i iI shadows the paths of the stars : I .
She had of tact than he .
more :
beginning: HAS OPENS* NIM
River Line. I
Clyde St. Johns '!She could turn a quarrel neatly; I and the soil. : :

I I seedtime and harvest for>\- i
I Round a wrangle into glee. "Music hath charms to soothe a savage :Through SHOP ON THE COAMCit OP
Between Jacksonville and Sanford whatever ye fashion or fraim-. I

"."".,1 "...:',''1''; .''... '.:I.h.1'r.. ( ,.e:........ ) aii l..r..a.Inth ;John would find some light employ, To soften rocks or bend a knotted : Shall live till the land is a It'Jt'n.181111 l SPENCER MOCK WITH A

!.:.: :1 :: S : ::':s :.. r. j went, I oak time is a meaningless name I II:

: Since he could not hold the reins; I've read that things inanimate have I f. FULL LINE OF SANITARY v

i Then a prayer for the builder-! Is 1
It would not be right or manly moved, i
DoundSCHEDULE ort1-B! 3ocnRea I I Thus to live on Mary's gains. ,By magic numbers and persuasive .' people! The Cod of our fatli,-I'.- j AND MOOCHN PlUMilVO :
Read !
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[aTe 3'30 1>:-m. . Jacksonville-. "Arrive-2 00'a. m,, i!I"Man proposes, God disposes." j, I Ij The glories they breathe into llt'in;.!. !I, GOODS. WHEN IN Nf IB OF

lATe :3 00 a.m. Astor . . Leave 3 30 p. m !:When the fall from off the ladder Till all as a blessing unct-a-inu, a 'I FIRST CLASS SANITARY {

. . Beresford (DeLand) Leave 1 00 p. m 1 1 Lamed and crippled him for life. I All over Virginia it is reported the vision all perfect: appears PLUMBING -ALL ON HIM.

Arrive 8 30 a. m . Sanford . . .leave 9 30 a. in. j Tbe"ord and the shield of th,'- help
i negroes are organizing themselves into ;
Anlt 10 00 a. .Enterprise . . Leave 10 00 a. m. j"Mary I : said he, smiling wanly, I societies, of which the essential feature ; joss through freedom'unron- I

i i i "Where's the brave oak. after all? is the taking of an oath to do no I qwered years! .
I jl can only see the ivy I work for white folks. As this ;
General Passenger, and Ticket Office, 122 West Bay St., Jacksonville. more
the old wall?" Muck Land Burning. UcIVER and .IIA 'K.4! J
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I I not to work for anybody,
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A. C. HAGERTY, G. E. P. A. F. M. IRONMONGER, jr., A. G. P. A. bore the double burden The long continued drought hay s.*
is no wonder that the new societies i
Pier 36 N. R.. New York. Jacksonville, Fla. Iried out the muck lands in this MT ...
J j Loving, hoping. working on; are attracting great numbers of the : :
L. D. JONES, T. F. A. L S. SCROBLE, C. A. |;Nursing still the same old fancy colored brothers, and a less but stilllarge !ion that they are now burniui! in st-v'

eral l places around town, and will
Jacksonville, Fla. Leesburg, Fla.
That she leaned a bit on John.E. number of the colored sisters, I
W. G. COOPER, jr., F. A. CLYDE MILNE G. F. A. E. Cheveley.LET irobably continue to do K until FUNEIALDIRECTORS.
for of course they all make the joyous I ;
Jacksonville, Fla. Pier 36 N. R.. New York.C. {'nough rain falls to saturate the
I !assumption that life will somehow go
P. LOVELL, Supt.. Jacksonville, Fla. ALL RESPOND. I round; with water a* it has bet-n :
i with work eliminated. ;
I Tied and found! well night impossibleo .
They are not the only ones that do I
.. j To the Editor Ocala Banner: extinguibhe burning: muck by art I- -1-
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1 'vial means.It I [air a full 41C"-" of (Coffin CuIt1Istd
Will you kindly give me space to have white skins-or at
the same hope : is & smouldering fire that sends Burial) Outfit! Sj*eI.l jclten w

urge every woman of the City Improvement Ileast skins as white as can b? expected : f urial tofIrvh'4'',
orth a dense> smoke and graduallyats
1./lS'Ul1'1'10XS I.11'dBI4E rx Lnr.LYCF
Society to attend the next when a reformer devotes all his :(' its way through the undeeaved Embalming to Order

time to the disscussion of politics
monthly! meeting. waking \'egetable matter, which is. in home '--'-- -- --
; and economics. But is it true
i It seems almost impossible to get I II daces, six of eight i feet deep until it I
I that life will go on, even somehow, !
OUR CLUB LIST .t members out. reaches the sand underneath.The Jerry Burnett
without working? That interesting '
Even the ward presidents fail to smokp from this burning mnckjs :
: willsolve
I. lend their assistance, with the exception question the Virginia negroes settled close to the earth by thejieavy ; Merchant

-- --. _. -- ..- of a very few. I II as time passes, and if they report ; night atmosphere and for the )Irast
I will be heard with
progress I !
weeks the early mornings
The duties of the corresponding
I i 1.1. /lS/UPTIOXS PAL4GLI'' LY JUraL\"l.'L:: ;:ittention. The only substitutes for ;
been by a
',secretary have fallen on the recording ,leieabouts have | Tailoring.
J ss-orking Known are begging
I present '
r- !' secretary. Is not this sufficient eavy fog and smoke, so dense at'
and stealing, and the success of .
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to discourage an officer, to say nothing II Ims that you can scarcely see
hese; demands the presence of many : Oaftie. Ocala, HorlJa.

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of other obstacles. i
I.1 people who work and are wiling to be |;
rnWEEKLY. committee be I t I" *
A nominating must inestlniportetiaud!.
!exploited by the non-workers. If the' ,
appointed at our next meeting to select : I)omegtic Cloths. .
and anounce openly.heir
: latter organize
officers for approval at our annual : Beautiful Florida Weather. j:I

(I) 1'111: O( 'aL.'EEKL Y ILL EH and The Neulir meeting which is the first Tuesday i determined mode of existencet You have little Idea the keen pleasure 'I Cutting: a rik'rt. !.' I
is to be feared that they will get in- Beach Fits (1.IU.811" e'.l
Palm ,
i weather at ;
in March. The important question perfect ,
\\'l'pkl. fTatk lIn\'ilh' Tiiues-Uiii 1.O: (
one year ,to: rather serious trouble of some sortr
at our next meeting will be ; Ives me. For twenty-one days be- ifore i- ,

IJ TilE: ( )( '.\I.\ 'EEKLY B.\XXEH antI The Thrice. "Shall We Continue or Disband?" I, > other. But of course, Virginia needs leaving Chicago .there had been ,
Northern advice as to when the Boggles Surries and Harness
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'N a'11'trketti York 11'orI 1, one year . .1 1.G;) I We certainly can not continue unless -I what form it I one day of sunshine; since coming I j J ,
1 rouble> should begin or aT MINU'ACTUM* rn nee
there is more interest taken by ere we have had nothing else; yet | .
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Till: (1.11..1 ll EEKLV B.1\NE1: antI The 11'eekh.1tkultlt Y the members and other parties that :ihould take.-New York Times. the temperature is none too warm for III"" !', ., I i. It ttu I I'it Hf ai
ConstitutIOn, one t..u.' . . 1..ui'N : might be narnM. Then the matterof comfort." The same thought find ,;. I'':" .,n t7tN ', U<
kI :Awful Accident on the Ormond-Day. ra: see.aeur Ie''Ik.
be settled. Shall \'trying expression, but the burden nlthe .
the library must 'vn, UtI
'I'll; O'ALA 11'EEGLY BA.N'NEIt aIlll The Atlanta i tona Beach. is similar-encomiums on : ..,apleirohn .t.1ac lite f_ :, ML,I
we undertake the responsibility of story
rlui-11'eelir l JOlllnal one . . l."JIl '. Feats C. .Z" :-, ti-ir.t Ii *4u5: a.
JeaI. :conducting the library? Last year during the Ormond-Day- the perfect climate of this favorite re-

TIlE Ol'\L.l 'EEKLY B.\XXEH anti The corn I I We regret exceedingly to have ;''tona races Frank Croker was killed. art. Ae....... Yorker writes: "I find. -

I kept the librarian so long waiting for I Friday while trying to lower the it hahrd to believe your statement re j
; (N 11l1lUl'r ((11'. ,1. Brtau's Paper,) one 'ear. 0 l.iO)( The Publisher's
:our decision but it was unavoidable. i ord made by him last year on the ,anling the fine weather you are haI,

TilE .0la\L.) : .I EKL\"I XXER and The Toledcij I !However it we accept the library, )rmond-Daytona beach Fred Marriott, ing, as we have nothing but fogs and :

:: (11'eekly( ) one year . . . 0" $l.JO( r we will come to her aid at once. I the intrepid driver of the wonderful'' ,clouds." This accounts for the crowd-1 I Ied Chirns: Sustained

I Will our entire membership attend i Stanley steamer narrowly escaped an "specials" and the numbers flock- I
o ( 11 'I'liL ( )('. l.aEKL 1iAN.NEP and The Saran I and decide these matters? I iwful death and only his own coolness .ing south. Each train leaves its

nail 11'eekly News, one n'ar. . . . 1.hJ1lS I Unless it is made possible for us to aved his life. His marvellous car 'quota of guests at the Breakers and I MT.. i STATC8 COURT CfT CUI'

accomplish more in the future it I was smashed to atoms and strewn Loyal Poinciana, and the two hotels I >' M. ..1 Wb.tH' |.Uf..tk.., .liin .
[.Iict'or'f1 jc-t..at ll' rifj4' 'p1 I "
I seems useless for a few women to long the beach and is now only aaemory. are rapidly filling up.-Guest at Palm :':1' 1'I..L'1tbunrurb+ynt-.l.k4 ,.t' ,
DAILY. I '" '!." ,.".\I'II\'cnrklk'-j I"t'..rypurt 4 Ic
I burden themselves any longer. : The car ran into the only teach. I .':.. I'U:1'1 ... I .IaPUDIC t. ....... ttf tare"d
g I Do we need a clean, beautiful city? i law on the whole twenty miles nf .L''': ":irt.Ie tuuuuruUotaatbrrrt1M1.
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Friends it is with you to decide. t each while going at a terriffice speed Egg "Sand Niches, -V.'e s.of' > ( tM opinion that tli dhtrrntivlt
V::i 'I'm; tt'A1.A DAILY BANNER and The Daily 8a. I with )Ir. of hard boiled eggs I I:,,, $ c.eu.r a1: auratt'y d.'Kpla.. u.7
: I Will the advisory board be kind !ind turned over and over Mash the yolks ,..uk t.1 nns t+en ta.-.. !!I"b.4l all4 tM

( \'aunah Netts: one fear . . . . :-l.uOTilE : i enough to advise along these !lines? I larriott mixed up with the wreck .to: a pulp, moisten with olive oil and I.a I.IJ i't"'Jt i n tI.I"If 1.If..1..11b.
: Ot'\l.a\ D.\ILY Ba\XXEH and The DaihIlrksO1tVille : Sincerely yours, ;ige. It was a terrible accident and' few drops of vinegar.Vork to a j ,: in ,"'.". '1 d'ltol1. barn tawtt f .of.... .forI IB

r ; : Time .rnion, one "eal' . .$l .5C ;I, AMELIA LEE McCOXATHY. I yas witnessed by thousands who held paste and salt pepper and French'mstard I :Ille\,try laritt-r t-rt.amt nn-I U:s.;.huirbI i.T-r requir)'.1t'lt'-"d i tit" -tit Si

.. President. C. I. S. !heir: breath with fear.Ir.. Marriott to a taste with a drop or I It"o ".ignition wbioh d.iuiM wore t't pulu

V" 'I'll E (( '.ALA It\l1. Ba\XXEH and The Daily at.g I :was bruised, crushed and cut and the of Tabasco sauce. Now chop the !rrbllL.h the'1C1ul w< 'I,1 kuowletiye hilu\.rco.o..Ir.tiwn soy...'flWfat4Wathat

j. lallta TournaI, one year . . . . .$8.r,0 AWFUL HORROR AT DUNNELLON.A : extent of his injuries have not yet bites of the eggs as fine a# possible i It> the M Ui.-tioturv|KTlu4-4 UdtO In our 21M"B'M il th&I w'we'rkK ret t* "1'11'to <

'; ..J'UI'Il I ineludin:r Sunday one year. $10.00IIJS ;been ascertained. tor until they are like a coarseender i I 111> tlarbo"l\: su4 mthonty In the futurearnul In titurwf ll i.ftbttt .. h Ikne"n ..4K

'phone message was received at I ), and mix them with the yolk I Ipaste. Jf 1 tAl the wune of t"CIMtUt rd tf64c.
:1Ii:: OL.n.ILY \XXEH and Atlanta Daily ,
CHA&LCI c yorr.7Ti .tt..,Jtaa,.
}lf p. m.. Saturday night from Dasnel- Waffles. If more seasoning is nec *s- L.twRtttr* WX1.duX.

lon conveying the awful news that 1 Pass through a seive, together, two ary.. add it before spreading the mil.ture Jr.\:
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x Rn" I .a fire occurred there that night at seven !ups of flour half a spoonful of upon sliced graham bread. s' r err.

o'clock, burning the house in which i alt. and three teaspoonfuls of baking I 'eMmv rrfen la WEDi'TJR'SINTERNATIONAL
srnscmpTioxs l Un'WLlXI '/: I Mich1 1 "
\IL Prof. Worthy of the high of H. Fuller of Chelsea.
r..I I professor powder. Boil the yolks two Mr D. DICTIONARYTHE

J ,school. was living and the professors !,ggs, add one cup of sweet milk and igan, is spending a few. da>1IiCh."I"

t AJJrcss All OrJers to I life was sacrificed. His charred remains I stir into tte dry ingredients with.icala. the guest of his niece. I GRAND PRIZE

were found in the burning em- ;four tablespoonfuls of melted butter. .\. Campbell.! He expects to visit! relives I Itbfo blilt.f1t.t tt.e.ward-tftft W url41',tuf Ct.t.1 1Au.the IMerali'IDal ,

THE OCALA BANNER i 5f rr. : vastly add the whites of two eggs, in south Florida before ret m- J
The sad occurrence has cast a gloom eaten dry. Have the waffle iron hot Ing north. GET THE LATEST
OCALA, FLORIDA. ner the entire community. :ind well oiled! put a tablespoon of ,
rota rift fi I batter on each section set the cover :Mrs Robert Sanders of Dunnfllon ..rat jrrrn. U
0 I T.he'alae of Florida produce iOl place, and when baked to a golden vas visiting in Ocala last week I .& C. MERRIAM co.. _1M''''

U / >7 IttiflilPTIOyn PAYABLK 7.Y AM'4 Yr/V .J.f .! reaches $23,000,000. Ws are growingsome. .,L"Oml oa: one side turn and bro".vn on and attending the meetings of the I'UI'-I''UI, i ......,..

.tb. other. Episcopal: con vocatiol. f IPrtlNQ'ltLDa MA$t. '


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By Miss Jefferson Bell.Spt !. ;
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1 ''ial to the Ocala! Banner: supreme court and I think th,' &"-":- Red RocK Ginger Ale I 'r

x Tallahassee. Fla.. Jan. :24! -1 !stuns nry :;vneial and Adjuran'? ;< n! itl

bl *d quite l hy accident this week upon I Foster have high bats, bnr'o' :",
have often them. III! stands ( Hit : LjIltil i'' >- all < >llvr drinks 1 a-I inexceptionally
the solution of two problems that wear ,rs. ,,,. 1+7 e 'Sn ,

poziltni me ever since I-came to Tal.'aapee President Murphree, of iV -'a', lIItr 11-c1atiti articleIt -
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more than three years ago- college for women, wears a huh:: ha.

-1 P naHK'ly: Why the town clock has no' and looks very distinguished! : in 1 r: t *,.t; :,>.r r3 has the active endorsement of the most ethical nit WC.i k

I face and why one meets big salt I One Easter in Pensacola I watched! men, and is widely prescribed as a home drink fr /1 4

sigos here and there in the most unipected the Sunday parade up and down Pa la- people suffering from the various forms of indfcfst! i It r

t: .- places on the uptown streets. fox street from the Escambia ?'n--i:,, I II
I LooK for Red RocK Crown Stopper on Ilotlle Iey
and I think
there fully
( Going around some corner was seventy-five per cent

luI that unexpected word, "Salt," and no of the men out that day wore Ions; t
r- o\ SAL:: .. .e-.L 1,1uCI'M:. :.TV.. AM t \ 'fall (,al I Id
one could tell me why it was neces- coats, gray trousers, gloves and hit r+c.70 ,
wry to advertise it that way. I was hats, and the women were like t tht-"

pursued by all sorts of hazy, undefined lilies of the field, who toiled nor neither j:

P. thoughts of the very ]late and did they spin. i =. fl ti i 1y t t iw 4 a. +'vJ I t U 1' I, h + r
unfortunate Mrs. Lot, whose sad accident II I
Manufactured by THE RED ROCK COMPANY Jacksonvu'e. Fore.alone.
without the of Sodom .
just gates Coming back to earth, the railroad I -- -- --------- -- -- -- ----- -- -
ought to keep women from looking commission issued orders this week :
( backward. Bat they said it had no fining the Atlantic Coast Lino railway J
On the 14th of this: month Director (
connection whatever with Mrs. Lot- company five thousand dollars o
P. II. Rolfs delivered a lecture to Result of Polling to Be Announced f
Ii i and so it seems there really wasn'ta for failing to act as a common carrier
the St. John's River Fruit Growers Tomorrow Excitement
woman in the case at all, but that for the Paul-Waymer Lumber
Association at De Land. The meetingwas Prevails in Certain Sections PI5HITLI
t the merchants will not keep it in the company. An order was also Issued t M.
largely and enthusiastically attended
ia of the Country.
because makes
i Ktores. simply a fining the Seaboard Air Lino two
On the 21st and 22d of January
i dampness that causes goods to mould thousand dollarss for failing to supplycars
Dr. E.V.. Berger conducted
and hardware to rust. And I was too for the Southern Pine Lumber Special to the Ocala 'Banm'r: '
I I some scientific investigations in the
Jrnse to find it out myself! company I Berlin, Jan. 25.-The t-U-cti.;:i of I!

: And toe town clock. At first it was The order solemnly <'oa?"""ands the nurseries at Glen Saint Mary member or the new Reichlma-i i-: !takjing I ShoesSlioes

i t no uncanny to bear the hours tolled railroads to pay these an ants into i place today and it is expt-cn-d! ( J }
t JUt and never find the clock. It gave 1 the state treasury, but the roads will j'i that the result of the polling will j !lit'> j

; ate tbe creeps and try as I might I probably[' take the matt '- rough the !announced tomorrow night, or on
Swepson B. W. Stephens, aged sev- I
j Mould not forget it for all through the courts before they pay ,-t' fines. :Monday at the latest. Shoes
enty-four, passed January IS,
away j'
day and night it kept calling out the Their disregard of the ciders of the j Great excitement preaiicn'1; I it i:
at Dunedin. i
t hours. Then some one told me it (commission is the reason why Attorney ilis certain that owing to the :-ir;::ut'1 1 |
The deceased was born in Ogle- I i
was in the belfry of the Presbyteriancfetirch. General Ellis has undertaken to relations existing between the <'mpi-r- : .
thorpe, Ga. In early life his parents i I[.! T : lIn"1
an old fashioned! stone church take hold through mandamus proceed- '!or and certain sections of tht! jx-o'ilc:

i: with four bis white columns supporting ings of the fudamental trouble and he moved remained to Montgomery until 1S46. Ala.He ,came where to I I.the polling will be the hea\ur in :: A new Spring line of Laics'

ita portico. This was worse, for enforce the laws.UNIVERSITY. the history of the country.

Poo's weird haunting lines ran Ocala that year and remained here" I!j: There is no doubt that the pros! b and Men's high and low .F
until the breaking out of the civil !I i'
through my mind for days: NOTES. pects of Germany this year arc b>
war. He was a soldier in the Indian : Shoes received
(no means very bright, as it has lu-c-n << cut --just : :
I in 1857-58. He returned Ocala 'I
war to i iI
"And the If'Vple-\h, the people, they ,
( Gainesvsille, Fla., Jan. 25.-The :publicly asserted that during the
and of the first to respond I II
I was one

that dwelt All in alone the steeple, University last Friday battaliion afternoon gave a which dress parade I when the tocsin of civil war sounded. i i jpaign'commencement that the of empire the present was at ('amI the I } wu O HAftflT'

was He enlisted I [ !R ,
'And who rolling, tolling, tolling, in attended by many of the prominent ladies I mustered out at as the a private end of and the was war !'*!!zenith of her present cycle of pro"piTiity. M AROUND D i I

that muffled monotone, ot Gainesville. Although this How this year will materialize! ',
as a lieutenant. He returned to Ocala i i I'
Feed a glory in so rolling on the: human was; the first dress parade of the year depends largely upon the elections I Ii
and for several of''!
years was manager A p WWSA 1
heart a stone- the boys made a very creditable showing i and the mutual attitude of the government -
the firm of Samuel Agnew & Son, afterwards -
1 They are neither man nor woman, i and were highly complimentedby and the Richstag to one an-
known as E. W. Agnew & -- -
f they are neither brute nor human. the visitors. Friday afternoon I other.If T
I Co. He then moved to llorriston where
They are Ghoul! dress parades will become I the government does not make
a prominent -
i he lived his farm until six
And their Icing it is who tolls, quietly on ,.
feature of the considerable concessions to the popu-
Military Department -
.months when he went to St. Petersburg !
And be rolls, rolls, rolls, ago
from now on to the end of the !lar desire for genuine constitutionalrule furniture
: ; to recuperate his health. j
KwW a paean from the tells.
year. then the widely prevalent pessimism -
Just before his death he was visiting ,
Memorial services commemoratingthe due to the meat famine, the all
friends at Dunedin at which place he : J
ThC-n afterward I came to know it I II -hundredth anniversary of the 'round raise in prices, notably of raw I r
died. -
as a friend, and when I wake in the birth of General Robert E. Lee were'I : 1 i materials, and the necessaries of life,
ftfvl{* n dark hours of the night when held at the court house in Gainesville Stephens was a consistent and weariness of the almost frenetict It's little but tall -. ck ild

that the :member of the Christian church for 23 i|! I a early, our n arriving toljrall t
tIM I loneliness is so intense itsI
under the of the ; ,'Veltpolitik" of the Kaiser, with '
auspices Daughters and died in the of a''! ask is chance \" ail i
whole world seems asleep and hear years triumph | we a to save yott m.sney. wt : .
f i monetary demands and sacrifices for
ojK the Confederacy. The students
r like a friendly sentry tolling out- I,the University attended these services living faith. He was also a member1:'the fleet and colonies, will place it few minutes of your valuable tm" tr k<.w rvi, tar<.ttgfe l lour
of the Masonic fraternity for fort}:- :
'l*o o'clock, my heart supplies Ii stock.
in full dress uniform under the command beyond the power of the people to en-
All la ,,'en:' | I six years, and was buried at Dunedin i i
lure the
of Cadet Major Dougherty. policy of fair
i under the auspices of this order. !
I have heard its story, and it is a'j Examinations for the close of the ;I words and light phrases.All A Few Leaders
j! In his death an old landmark is rei i
tiny sad one. One summer during aar I first! semester begin Jan. 30 and continued 'moved.I He leaves- behind him as a ; these things may bring about

r thunder, storm lightning struck the I one week, each class being allowed heritage to his family and friends the !!jau! internal situation of extrame gravity '
of the old church !
Mfry ; tore away { one-half day for the completionof I and even danger to the throne. i
record of a well spent life and are- i
the face of the clock and seriously I their 'Nothing, however, of
;, work. The second semester equiprophetickind
putation blameless and spotless. He I i' CHINA CLOSET! MM Mlm IP
1DIIAd the clock itself. When the 'Ittelfry begins! Feb. 4th and several new students ia can be said of the general! prospects -
is survived wife
by a two sons and i
anl the clock were repaired are expected to enter at that of the empire for 1907 until the
a daughter and a host of friends who
v the face was never put back. But time.: 'results of the elections are announced.
d mourn his death.
the old cluck had gone bravely and The tennis ;' fORKillRE CIMNIY.C.
are now completed -
May the Great Head of the Church _
CttttCienUotuly> on tolling out the ready for spring athletics and Captain : Among the! statesmen of al! &hauij.sjof
Ii i be with them and eventually unite ; I
itlot..... Sometimes something goes' : Cox is at work preparing a I opinion the poliiical fortunes of E. C. SMITH V. IIG.- )
them all in that "rest that romain-
wrong and it tolls four when it should splendid; swimming The the Imperial Chancellor Prince Von
pool. boys are "
eth unto the people of God, i i. the ,
toll seven and people say unkind beginning! to practice base ball. I Bulow, are regarded to be in jeop- _
prayer of a -- --- ------ -
thing*, but considering the fact that 11 Mr. Frank Gammon of the University ardy owing his advice to the Emperor .
H has no face and has been struck i of the State of Florida, and Mr. I II ,| to dissolve the Reichstag on Dec. 1"v.

fcy lightning I think it does its duty I]Beverly Blackman, a son of President I Deep Breathing. I II i 113.: It is said that the chancellorby I ,, A. KNIGHT i ff LA. E" I

vaaderfully well and is the dearest J Blackman, of Rollins college, took the his action took political life in Ii i
old clock In the country. examinations for the Rhodes scholarships A strong advocate of deep breath-I his hands. In doing so, however, he

conducted by Professor Anderson ing says that by its practice she has was under the inspiration that comes ANNOUf1CEME"T. 11

Pt I am reduced to the last extremity of the University of Florida, onj I cured herself of nervous headache, of taking great risks, for, when mak- 1 1S

tills week for material for a letter I[Jan. 17th and their papers have been i neuralgia in the face, stiffness fromji!!ing his great announcement, he spoke

tbere bat been absolutely nothing of's'It !f" to the Oxford University to be :overwork, indigestion, cold in the i as one transformed his mainer being We have just purchased:: the h:1: !gun aii-i 1 : .11'1., -. ", ..U'I., r :' 1 1i. ,

gvaeral interest done at the capital t!graded. I head and insomnia, not having !hii 1 ; wholly different from anythingthat S i. A. Standley & Company, anj.r! I '/j.; ( s.- to aI)j,1 i I i-> tu- t..t h. '4 tt tr'- 'I> ?

ud there. have been few visitors of Professor Clothier who is at the:the expense of a physician f O.' tyro the Reichstag had ever seen thing:! that is needful to make: it aCOMPLCTK K in r. "I' ".-,.'. rfLho

prominence during the week. ; I head of the department of agriculture -i!years, and not having touched i a drop since he entered political life. Indeed t: word. We are agents for several of the best Farm 'Uol ti u I,. r

11 ket: ; also several makes of Buggies. BrnicicH I th-<. Me boo i,
I'* in the University, went to Lake!of medicine for thirteen monti1She everyone noticed"with what extraordinary a rsriety
..... Gorge M. Robbins of Titus- of vehicles either of which we Ftanl :n-ady; to fully t' */.r
!City last week to attend to the moving j j converted an attic which( has a window animus he repelled the 'I

It II vflto was here to argue a case in the :of the equipment of the laboratory in j on every side) into a so.t of views that he was a mere instrument I Grade
I High Buggies, Servknbk Gip T""D\
t Mtprene' court Tuesday. Mr. J. c.j'veterinary sciences from that city toj i"breathing room," and spends fifteen for carrying out the Emperor's will.
B,nat, a prominent young lawyer 1 the: new university building in Gaines-'I minutes there every morning and evening At present Von Bulow appears to Unexcelled Wagons, HftrntM, .: \

Brookaviile. was admitted to practice II ville. I summer and winter, let the feel that_ he will remain in office a Lap Robes Etc., Etc. '" .

tit the supreme court, and argued aI I| Professor John M. Scott, who recently weather be what it may. When very few years longer, and, although he

Motion for an extension of time for j.. took charge of the department I tired, she takes her breathing exercise I has made determined efforts, since the Turpentine Wagons a Specialty.IVs .

flftftft a transeript in the case of Fred i id I.f I.of animal husbandry in the Florida in a recumbent posture on a com- dissolution of the Reichstag to do

). Parson vs. W. J. Ramsey, which experiment station is no stranger to fortable couch; wi:en the weather is something to secure the reputation are Always Position to Meet the Prices of LsfitlmaX. t s tjMMifc; I f ,

well garni ed. 1 the station workers, he being the author very cold she walks briskly across the of being a bold, independent states- ,VVeare Sole for
ii. CAL C. H. B. Floyd, of Apalachicola, 1 and joint author of 'several pub- floor, and at oth. r times stands man, he has signally failed, for even I Agents celebrated White HscWv Turpentine

a called at the state house Wednesday I lications on Animal Industry subjects.The quietly, with weight on balls of feet, now it can be seen that the social- ] and Farm Wagon.Knight .

t+st weie business with the governor. herd in his department now numbers head thrown back and chest lifted, ists, as the only consistent party in

Col. Floyd if entitled to mention because I about forty animals, thoroughbreds raises the hands slowly while inhaling I opposition are making remarkable &

be is brainy and brilliant, has I and grades. touches the fingers above her headway during the disputes: betweenthe Lang

tfcrw initials before his name andwvar Bulletin No. 87 "Soil Studies \o.l head, then lets fall slowly while ex: other parties. ,

,' a ilk hat to Tallahassee, which I:1 l," is now being distributed. Prof. haling. There is almost universal expecta- (Succf,>ori t'> Slan

fur| alone would mark him, is on the governor's ]Blair's work in connection with pineapple tion that the socialists will win

iar staff, and makes a study of -------- -- --- ..
x fertilization is too well knownto Her "Kismet"A heavily, and that the Catholics, whom ;;; -

all sorts of abstract and occult sei1 1 need introduction. Professor fashionable woman had a bit of the government dislikes, will simply 1'\

tmous, M" to the fourth dimension, ]Blair has extended the work from the statuary bearing the inscription "Kis- make way for the socialists whom the r

Mil AI one who can grasp that last ]matter of fertilizers to the soil. Carefully i met." A housemaid dusting the room government despises.It i24iii5i

its but a few removes from those who j conducted soil experiments asked her mistress: is now rumored that the chancellor i.I DIRECTORS:

dMed on Mount Olympus. I j show the great loss of plant food in "Shure. ma'am, what's the m'anin'of will consider a government !
Jr R. S. Hall < i itlIrIaf'K.:; .. j. K .
1 the soil through bleaching. the 'ritin' on the botton of this?" defeat at the polls tantamount to his ..
H. A. Ford Z. c'. < b..ht.
8pwtkiug of high hats, we do I
not Prof. Blair has proved that in some "Oh, you mean 'Kismet.: It means own political death warrant and would
in T. T. Munroe J. B. Bruoh
M.many Tallahassee. Governor .cases over sixty per cent. of the fer- 'fate,' replied the mistress. summarily abdicate the chancellor I

IIru"and wore a high hat and a long 1 tilizer applied is lost from this source. Bridget was limping painfully when ship. ,II I Ii

treat until be got used to being governor He[ has further proved that this loss out with her sweetheart not long afterwards I i In addition to its excellent bcififeies tfck Bank \

r it then he laid away the long coatrpa' in and he Titusville
can a large measure be overcome, asked: has a grapefruit tree: in

d and wore the high hat awhile. but I and is now continuing his studies to "What's the matter Bridget?" bloom. I iI has the advaetage of a competent, capable and good
hat laid it aside and wears a soft I
"Faith, the !
work "I have
a practical and scientific method was answer,
Chi Hack !hat like southern gentlemen are Large Supply of Board of Directors and a of
c: of preventing it. If the pineapple the most terrible corns on me kis I strong body S'ockhoWtn

pictured with-and looks fine in it.air. field should be taken as a typical illustration met." CITRUS STOCK ,

Jefferson Bro made his farewell
of the loss of fertilier from
At Give
A4' calls, with Mrs. Browne, in a leaching it will Away Prices THE
be seen that the farm- "Everything comes to the 10 CENTS UP. CENTRfU NATIONAL BANK
Prince Albert coat and a high hat.
ers of Florida
are annually losing man who goes after Write ,. a

There are two more and one opera hundreds of thousands of dollars the things some other CHIPCO NURSERIES. OF OCALAl
hat that belongs individually to the ,
worth of fertilizer "
from this causeS fellow is waiting for. 1-1 Mm Interlachen, Fla.



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This Sole Began Last Monday aid) Will Continue Until Saturday February 9. ONLY 7 DAYS MORE z 3

= We are now giving the people in this part of the State the greatest REDUCTION SALE ever recorded in this territory

i I $ We know this fact is being appreciated by the large crowds visiting our store this week New goods are s i ii

i arriving daily, and deeper and deeper goes the BARGAIN KNIFE in them Take a glance at the prices and see if, in j

'1 f justice to yourself, you can afford to miss the Greatest Moqey Saving Event that ever stared you in the facet WE ARE SELL- i 1 1

ING ALL OF C1j 1MBER'S STOCK AT HALf CH MBER'S PRICE! .$ "ot "ot ...0: i I !

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Household would actually take a whole Dry GoodsCashemeres !
11.& H. Lamps j
. . .Salvage Price 1.24 newspaper for us to subscribe this .
tadies' Fancy Handled Umbrellas, /Q NecessitiesTABLE line as it should be. Xo pen or ink and Fincy"orsted., 1

NI. worth $1.25 .Salvage Price can give you even a faint idea. The all colors regular price 35c. Sal: 1J) -
= Men's or Ladies' Mercerized l'mbrel98 Salvage people sent us at least 100.- Fancy Worsteds and Panama Cloth ..--

I las, worth $1.50 DAMASK. IOn yards of these goods; and we can all colors reg. price 40c. Sal.! price 21 ---I I
CD Men's Tape Edge Taffetta Umbrellas, 1 51 inch Bleached Damask, regular how sell them Black or Blue, all wool Brilliantine, -. 1
ret see they can at
I 39 . 1;) .
worth $2.50:! . Salvage Pricetadies' J. price 35 cents S a 1.
reguar price G5c. Salvage price :#1)) .
I Black or Fancy Hose "uS inch Bleached Damask, regular the prices they are being marked. White Mercerized = 1

I I . . . Salvage Price .08 price i>) cents Sailvage price . 235S The prices from a sprinkling: Waistings reg. price Drawn 35c. Sal Work price 19 =
I inch Bleached Damask, regular 20c Embroidery. Edging or Insert- j

: tadies'. .Handkerchiefs. . . .Salvage 2c to Price .1t 9 price 50 cents Salvage price . ,.)>4: ing . Salvage Price 12c Mercerized price Ginghams ISc. Salvage, all colors price regular -. 11 1:1 !I

... tadies' Pure I.inen Handkerchiefs 60 inch Bleached Linen, regular 15c Embroidery, Edging: or Insert White Lace Waistings, Fancy

.1" ..c:: ? . . .Salvage Price .oAT price 6.1! cents, Salvage price ,. 46 ing . . Salvage Price 9c Stripes, reg. price 1Sc. Salvage price 1 0 I
70 inch Bleached Linen,
Children's Hose, Black Ribbed, all regular 50c. 20 Inches Fine White Madras, i
.p .08 Embroidery Edging 36 inch wide, -...
. 6S .
sizes . Salvage Price price Jl.iiO Salvage price wide . . Salvage Price 25c regular price 20 cents, Salvage price 12 V 1'f
:54 inch wide Red Table
.... rI Talcum Powder, Borated or Turkey White
Mi-nnen's and Mercerized Madras Suitin s,
.13 Valenciennes Lace Edging
. Cloth, regular price 25c. Sal price. 14
Violet Salvage Price Ready Made Table Cloths at Special Inserting . Salvage Price 3c regular price 33; cents, Sal.! price. 19 I
Ladies' Corsets, with 2 of 4 Hose p43 : lOc Valenciennee Lace, round White Dotted Swiss Assorted Dots

J porters . Salvage prices. Thread Salvage Price 5c regular price 15 cents, Sal price 9 t _
J Men's Hats in various styles, Plain White Lawn, sheer .
1.39 quality. -
4 Allover Lace or Embroidery, 19c to 59c $
. . .
>114 &9 cents to 17x21:! inch Bleacn Cotton, regular .. regular price 15 cents, Sal. price *) ,.,..
You must line of
certainly see our
...- Toilet Soap, per cake 02 price 8 cents. Salvage price . Percales, all colors, 36 inch wide. .
t ..... . . ,Salvage PnceI px3G l :: inch Linen Finished, regular ;) Embroidery. It will do you good evenif regular price 12 cents, Sal price $ .1IIIfW. t't

I i cJ: Men's Rubber Rain Coats, 1 -OA" price 1" cents Salvage price . S you don't buy. Amoskeag Ginghams, Staple and .......
. Salvage Price > .*-' .
!Sx2 I; inch I[neck: H. S. regular price lar price S cents Salvage price (h J ttltII i I
i : i = I inch Wide Silk Ribbon, per yard. 1 ASalvage r cents. Salvage price . . 10 SHOES.Mere Fine Quality Suzette Waistings. reg c::
: jj
. . . Price U
Solid Leather $1.19 )
____ 22x4:5::! : inch Huck II. S. regular price s Shoes ular price 35 cents Sal. price "j" !P i-
.... ladies Fancy Turnover Collars, .05 :25! cents. Salvage price . 1(I.. $1.39, $1.49, $1.9S and oo. .$2.48 White Fancy Piques Suitings, regular -....-- i
i. . . v. Salvage Price Sx3'i! : inch Huck Fringed Linen" reg- Special, Men's $2.00 Calfskin Shoesall price 25c. Salvage price . 1 Q* ..... J
j r0 tallies' Ribbed Vests, for summer O'7S ular price 15 cents. Salvage price. 102ixls sozes, . Salvage Price$1.43 French Ginghams, all patterns reg- ..., .

,.&J wear, double taped, Salvage Price. inch Fancv.. Linen, regular Ladies' Solid Leather Shoes, 9Sc. ular price 13: cents Salvage price. Sz -<

1.1. Baby Caps, Lawn or 29 price 40 cents :sa 1. . 2419x14 A large assortment of Dress Ginghams I. ,
t : SilkSalvage $1.29, $l.9: $lAS and $1.98
t . . Price inch Linen regular price 35 reg. price I0c. Salvage price. t I
Ladies Solid Vici
tallies' White Lawn Aprons, nicely .29 cents, Salvage; price . . It H) Special Chambray Remnants, ass'td.; colors.
I I I trimmed, worth 50c. Salvage Price A special shipment of turkish towels Kid Shoes, all styles, worth $1.75 regular price lOc. Salvage price (it/ : f
. . . !
Pillow Shams and Scarfs at 15c.tu .29 for this sale. You will have to see Salvage Price $124 Covert Cloth, suitable for skirtings. = :
h . . : I
Children's Solid Leather Shoes, aH 15 10
them! to appreciate the value. price cents Sal. price. .
>- Ina .nt.t'i: r ; io ks" .69 BED SPREADS. kinds, Salvage Price 19c to $1.48 Neat Figured Dress Duck, regular : .

I . . . .Salvage PriceI $L0u Values, full size Remember our guarantee on ShoesIt price 13 cents Salvage price . '? ...J i 1
........ & P. Coats Thread, per. dozen. .50 Salvage price . '. . .... (6H) is that if after you have worn a White Dress Linen, :36: inches wide .. S
. . Salvage Price ) I.
I inroad $1.3": Values, full size pair of "ur shoes and you don't think regular price 35c. Salvage price .. ..
i t :r. cent Drop Lash Whips .19 Salvage price . 'oo . . H)S Light Weight White Linen, 36 in. I
. . Price you have received your money'sworth 0"'
t = Salvage: Extra Heavy Fringed, regular price wide, reg. price 50c. Salvage price.. .. ,
I ; t Willow Cloth Baskets 31 cents .84 $2.50! Salvage price . . :1.4S we will, upon receipt of the Fast colors :3-4 yard wide Percales, :
:3 ToMorse . . . H H Fine quality Spread. Fringed, Cut shoss. REFUND you full purchase all colors, reg.: price Sc. Sal. price. / .

: Collar Pads 16 Corners, or plain reg. price $3.00. \ .1)) price. 10.4 Dover Brand Sheeting, regular .::
t : I--- . . . .Salvage Pnci SHEETS AND PILLOW CASES. CLOTHING. price 30 cents, Salvage price .. ? 0).. 1
: cJ: Lamp Chimneys, all sizes. C Brown Sheeting, 30 inches wide, r-
. . . .2::> sl\Ki 1 : HeniPied Sheets, regular price Ladies Jackets and Caps at Sal- reg- 4 .>
Forl.imne ular price Gets. Salvage price . *
i s 90 cents Salvage price . (JJj72x90 : r-
"""" .. Window Shades, vagiprices. Yard-wide Brown Sheeting, regular .
Hemmed Sheets
.22 regular
. . .Salvage Price price ) :Men's Overcoats that were 6.48 price 8 cts. Salvage price l .
50 cents, Salvage price . J>03Cx45 )
Fancy Fringed Window Shades $->.9S, Salvage Price . .$i.48 Yard-wide Cambric, nice for underwear lit : :

i . . .Salvage Pricec .29 lar price Hemmed 15 cents Pillow Salvage Cases,price regu-. H) .Men's Overcoats that were $3.48: regular price 9c. Sal. price. >/>

= Table Oil Cloth per yard j 4 :lCx4." II. S. Pillow Sases. regular $:.98, Salvage Price . .$1.98Men's Yard-wide Lonsdale Cambric, regular i.
. . Price > : S )
Salvage price 12c. Salvage price . I-t;,
, : price IS: cents Salvage price . 14 Suits made of all wool Black r--;

... in piece. .Fancy. Toilet. .Set.Salvage Price 2.24 LACE CURTAINS. Clay, regular price $12.00, Sal- Yard-wide lar price Bleached lOc. Salvage Sheeting price, regu-. i.
...". Curtain 51.no Lace Curtains, per pair .. I vage Price . . .$7.93hen's If
i. White or Colored Wood .08 Salvage price . . '. ,) t Suits, for Dark Colored Outing Flannel, 30 in. .
Poles, oo Salvage Price a special shipment wide, regular price Sc. Salvage price.)
$1.50; Lace Curtains, pair
<;Lass Hand Lamps .15 Salvage price .per. . 79 this sale, $-4.98. $5.98 and .$6.98 Heavy Outing Flannels, all colors I ..
I . . . Salvage Price $:!.OH Lace Curtains, pair Men's Pants will go in this sale at regular price lOc. Salvage price .........

>- Parlor tamps, .39 Salvage price .per. . . !JS) 74 cents to . . .$2.98 Tine Flanellette, all colors, regular tO tm .....
: $3.9S: to . . : Boy's Suits, all sizes, at 9Sc to $2HBoy's price lOc. Salvage price .
...... Small Size Galvanized l Wash 'Tu'b .39 RUGS. Pants, small sizes Salvage Fleecedown. all colors, .regular price
. . . .Salvage Pricetar 27x6u inches Xminister Rugs: reg- . (.' --I
i &.U TubSalvage ular price $;:1+)0. Salvage price . 1.S) Price . . . .1 OcBoy's 10 cents Salvage; price -.
Galvanized Wash ,
;e Size Extra Heavy Checked Shirting reg-
>- . .69 ;36x72 inches Xministt-r Rugs regular all wool Pants, sizes 5 to 1C, (it
. . Price 0) .)( ular price Scents, Salvage price .
Guitars f QQSalvage price $0)-,0 tJ. Salvage 1 price . d. .,,| regular price 75c. Sal.! Price .49c ,
tttltaanLOIP;; "Southern Silk" Shirting regular .
. . . Price: > o/V S6x72 inches Smyrna Rugs regular Boy's Pants, heavy weight, regular price 10 cents. Salvage price . t 1-oj..
i I--- I\,bmino or Atlantic Matches 10 price $1.50.: Salvage price . .9S price 40c. Salvage Price .24c =

36 hOles for . . '- liens and Boy's Odd Coats, worth
White Breakfast Plates l will not craze AC from $1.50 to $2.50.: All go in this

Jt Salvage Price Men's and Women's Heavy sale at .. . . .98c Men's Sox 5,7 9and . . ..1kMen's
= White Bowl and Pitcher, will notcraze Linen Collars, Sal. Price .81-2 -<
.83 We have a nice line of trunks at Men's Rubber Collars, Sal.! Price, 16c
C. Salvage Underwear and Sweaters.Men's $;:).t Sand . oo . .$6.78 Men's Top Shirts, made of good per .
** Bird Cages. . .
QQ cale, Price, 29c
. . . .Salvage I Price1V'irn Camel Hair Shirts or Drawers 2C inch Zinc Trunk, Salvage Price 98c Men's Gingham Top Shirts" worth .

Bird Cages 49 2C-in. Zinc Trunk, Salvage Price $1.24 40 cents Salvage Price, . 24c Z
. . . .Salvage Pricet regular price 3: ;;c Sal. Price 21c CO-in. Zinc Trunk, Salvage Price $1.48 [en's Madras Top Shirts, :50 cent
---I s Quart Galvanized Water Buckets: 16 Men's All Wool Red Flannel Shirts 32-in. Zinc Trunk, Salvage Price $1.78 and 75 cent values, Sal.! Price :39c =

...... . ,Salvage Pru..tmr't"1e > IS inch Canvass Covered Trunk, and . . . 34c
> regular price $1. Salvage Price 5Ss::
i.< as Playing Cards f Salvage Price . . .$1.98 Men's $1.00' Top Shirts, Sal Price 53: < 1
\ . . Salvase: Price 9 Men's Fleece Lined Shirts or Drawers Men's Cambric Night Shirts. Salvage .
=:::a- .' 30 inch Canvass Covered Trunk.Salvage Price . . . .43: !
< (;iaa Tabt* Tumblers : regular price 50 c. Salvage : ;
.2' Price . . .
< ;: $2.33 Men's Honeycomb Shirts and Draw .
. .. .Salvage Price .
: . . . .
i > Price .33c 32 inch Canvass Covered Trunk. ers, ;50 cent values Sal Price .33c .

<< Thin. .Blown. .Table.Tumblers. .Salvage per Price dec. .50 Men's Heavy Ribbed Shirts or Drawers Salvage Price. . . .$2.78 Men's Balbriggan Shirts and Drawers ..." : :
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I 50 cent values, Sal. Price .33c.lien's
< > *. Galvanized Oil Cans 50. Sal- 31 inch Canvass Covered Trunk :
gallop regular: price cents 50 Work Shirts, i
cent SalvagePrice .
&.U . . .Salvage Price'vii .43 raa. Price . . .3Sc Salvage Price. . ." .$3.18 . . oo . 39; ...... .
i -J r.rad*. of 5 cent Lead Plncils. SG inch Canvass Covered Trunk Men's Pepperal Jeans Elastic Seam iIIII r1I

< i . . Salvage Price .03 tadies'Heavy Ribbed Vest or Salvage Price. . . _$3.58 Drawers . . . '39clen's r-M .1
i' ........ Hack Ink Pants, regular: price 3c.; Salvage ) Pincheck Overalls :50 C011-
Salvage Price .03 Price . . . . 21c GENTS' FURNISHINGS. Men's Blue Denim Overalls, double = i
: Tablet Men's Cotton Honeycomb Sweaters Men's Handkerchiefs, C:;, 4, 5, G and 7c knee GO cent values Sal.! Price 43: _
Pale .04 Men's Handkerchiefs, linen, Men's Overalls, Blue Denim Pu..
. Salvage Price regular price 50 cents, Sal.! Price 24c .
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i H Salvage Price. 8c check, Gray Denim :5; styles, val.
Fine Grade I Ink Tablets .04 Ladies Heavy Ribbed Union Suits. )[E'n's Suspenders. S, 13, 19, and 21c SLC'O Salvage Price 63c :
. . .Salvage Price regular price 4 )c. Sa!. Price 24c Men's Ties, Sc and . . .19c Boy's Top Shins 2ic to . .39c ..
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Frank TO Clark SELL, THE Florida's PHILIPPINES.Congressma'!-. :..,1"t4i9191919PPRf" "41f141t" "}" iP9fl1g" "9f4P41" "i14" "j41gN" V"yV"'t""f"" " "/" " " '

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Has Introduced a Bill in CongressFor 1-- ....
That Purpose. : =- --
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Mr. Clark's bill reads as folio! \\'!-::: i f/ ....
"Be it enacted by the senate and I c- ....
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Louse of repreesntatives of the Vnittsl .
States of America in congress a-;, 1--_ 'EUr1>& ;: .:;: ,,, .::'!'!am .f.r;;:<'h"!$' ii !1i, J''j. '' n .w ---.A .-.-

ferabled. That the President of thiITn'ted ...
States be, and he is hi'fI\; ', :
authorized, directed, and required miMediately j i 5--
upon tLis act becoming a I ::
A lie BrOTI1 &j
law, to open negotiations with Japan : 0
and such other foreign nations as in hi.- tf/j
judgment may be deemed advisable or I/!!! I

proper for the sale and transfer to. I :

Japan or such other foreign nation'.* 8 .. ... ..._._
.,_ __ _""' > BBr J'r'7.J. -; i J.t' ""' KlS. 'P7. .a:" --;'! -.WL-
(.r all the right, title and interest olliie i ,.= :
United States in and to the Philip-
vine Islands, and every part and par :
ttl thereof, excepting and reserving to .., Wholesale Grocers :-: Ocala Fla. i
and coaling
the United States a ....
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nation at Manila or such other place ..
as in the judgment of the president :_. ...
be for the best interests of the ..- --
may ...
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'' United States. If the president cant -- .......
secure from Japan or any other fortJgn .....
r nation for the entire interest of ::- .
the United States in and to the Philippine .".
Islands, excepting such naval and ... I'Ve Want to Especially Call Your
coaling station as in his judgment it is :
:s wise for the United States to retain .
and maintain in the Orient an offer ..
t. of such a sum of money as will reimburse Ill> Attention to
the United States for the original ::
purchase price paid to the Kingdom .-- j4
of Spain for said islands, togethfr G>-
with the expenditures since made CPo-

fry the United States in construction ::- "-_- ,, "' 'l== "=v> --eooJ
and permanent public works in said 0
) ij
i-1&nds, he is hereby required to accept .
such offer and consummate at .
as early a day as practicable the safe ::- : a i: m '" --
and transfer of the said Philippine! '
: ( : i!
Island- to the purchaser."Sec I
2. That when the president tJ>- 1L < <

ef the United States shall have made :_ ....r..z..1...fUR':" If I .....
sale of the Philippine Islands:: m ..- L1 IfS
the ._.
u.o_=p. J..i-L r.ll.2-'iiII.n:: :: : a.xresirsv 'nsuos7muwvasrArrearep.r. ..
: the unnner as authorized and dir ci- t -' ..
ttl in the first section of this act, he -
shall; consummate the same upon such :: YOUR
terras as to the time, manner, and $.' STOOE4
place of the payment of the purchase _
price as in his judgment and! discretion -I 0.>-- .....
may seem just and as m hiopinicn :- ::- --
will fully protect'"the interest s;.
of the United States. He shall also >:: It is Guaranteed to Contain-the Following Analysis? 3

seci:'. such negotiations and !sale I .....
rrch stipulations and agreements: i 1::- ..
With the purchasing nation a- to commercial ( ,Q>--

es! States intercourse and the between islands the as Unit wit!! :C! : Protein s 14 per cent. It takes less quantity in jf

for the future best subser\e tine in 8 '
terests of American commenv (J/JJ

"Sec.from 3. and That after this its act passa shall'takreucct anil] I tl>: Fat 6.2" feed to keep your stock in ,"

atpr becoming a law without such apit! -
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proval. ;> Carbohydrates 60.0" good condition than fII


Rev. W. H. Dodge received a n let g: "

noancing gram Tuesday the death from Jack of former%oll\m.< Lieu and) i'II S d : Fiber 6,9" I other feed on the market. f

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died at the home of his daughter Mrs. ::-

t .r- Dodge Phil D.will Cassidy assist at in mid-night.conducting Mr the t!>-= IN YOUR NEXT ORDER TRY A FEW SACKS. j
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funeral The deceased ceremonies.was born in Camden! ::: My 4 '
f : county, Ga., in 1S27. lIe came u>! -- \
Florida in 1S51 and entered upon a t! -
mercantile career in Columbia ('uu.-
ty. In 1SCO he was elected a r.: 8
ber of the legislature and was a m 9-
ber of the secession conxention C>- Evaporated Prunes Peaches Apples
The Times-Union contains* the following ::: ,
sketch of his life: i f'1 o-

service Mr. Hull in raised the Confederate two company Mate-for I tti' ee = London Layer Raisins Pickles Catsup I;

army one being Company H. Fir t :: !
Florida cavalry, which he commanded i iI I.-
in the field with honor and iudit.After 'I fSI
I the cessation of hostilities, le': ..
located in Jacksonville and has beena i i :: also Campbell's Condensed Soups.In 1

resident of this city since with the l BI-
exception of three years spent at ;i .

Sanford.While in Orange county he was I :: fact anything in the Grocery Line. Our stock is complete

elected lieutenant governor of the\I J
state on the ticket with George F'I
He resigned
Dhew as governor.
but half expired :: :'"
office when the term had ...j4
to accept the office of congressman "-I6'1 -
for the second Florida district I ..&tt'

: to part body which of in 1S7S.he March was Taking,elected ISi9.his he in eat served the

full trera of two years with di.-nncMon! ;, .
to himself and profit to his constit i -

uency. I Cigars with next order. |
Governor Francis P. Fleming appointed your
him clerk of the circuit court ,
in 1SS9 and he was
at Jacksonville ;
elected to the same office in Ul! and :: I
Yours for business \
1S95 by popular vote Declining a I.G more FA.
third term he retired from his office
after an uninterrupted term of eight I :--

years ..
Mr. Hull served as the first sheriff} tlI -
-? of Suwannee county when that county j I '"- -- '!I ..!!IIIIiI"i' ,"!" ,,,,,,,!.., '!!!' "' ....:c.. .-- _1.U1! .L l1l ::::
was formed from Columbia, and j I ::-- .4
made a splendid officer. j I.
Strongly subscribing to the Presbyterian Il
creed Mr. Hull was a member: >
it. : :; A BROWN & 441
and an elder of the First Presbyterian BROSIUIUIIUNNIIUIIIUlUINIIIUIIIIUIIIl
tt.5 church of Jacksonville. :' ..= !:

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More Farms, More Stability.
With a population of S5,000.t'00 the I :- !I:"" u. _'IfiI'i-J'!! lnr: <;> "Z :!:P3L_ .... ,,- -
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United States have less than 6.000.-; ..
farms-one for every fourteen per .-- ,..ttiJ
sons. Double or quadruple the number 1 i
:: fi
of farms to the same population .
and you double or quadruple the influences ..- J
which make for high life and .. =

nal the Record.J.stability of the republic.-Frater .14 { 'II11111d1IN1611NlUNIIIIIIII1/41101141." ,' !' " / ,i =

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