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Title: The Ocala banner
Uniform Title: Ocala banner (Ocala, Fla. 1883)
Alternate Title: Ocala daily banner
Daily banner
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Physical Description: Newspaper
Language: English
Publisher: The Banner Pub. Co.
Place of Publication: Ocala Marion County Fla
Creation Date: February 15, 1907
Publication Date: 1883-
Frequency: weekly[]
weekly[ former aug. 25, 1883-dec. 28, 1888]
daily (except sunday)[ former dec. 30, 1888-]
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Subjects / Keywords: Newspapers -- Ocala (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
Newspapers -- Marion County (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
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Spatial Coverage: United States -- Florida -- Marion -- Ocala
Coordinates: 29.187778 x -82.130556 ( Place of Publication )
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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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41. NO. JW. OCALA, FLORIDA, FRIDAY, FEBRUARY 15. 1907. ONE DOLLAR A YEAR 1 1Oti

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.114. .. .. ..... .......o.NS MRS. LOUIS HORN'S RECEPTION. !!MRS. HOCKER ]
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:. .n. l FOR 1907 !. i it |,I I bright Monday and was balmy a ,typical and the Florida beautiful day, RECEPTION I I )l1UQIOC & ambliss 1


reception given by Mrs. Louis Horn Had Saint Valentine, the patron I ,

tin honor of Miss Epperson, of Willis- (saint of love and charity, been present -

I II II ton, from 3 to 6 o'clock, was indeed a in the flesh at the exquisite reception i BANKERS

t ,ti I :(happy culmination. I'i which Mrs. William Hocker I | OCALA, FLORIDA.
lEDGERS DAY BOOKS '
and Mrs. Jean
Austin
i This elegant home on Ocklawaha avenue Kellogg gaveon
; : We have been in business j
, i1 :1't with its immense lawn, winding : Tuesday afternoon at the home of now

1 'walks, flowers, and shrubbery, so the former, flattered indeed would he i i
i : 'I I ; over ten years-long enough to know the ;
beautifully kept, is one of the most have felt. There have been many

f: i I AND CASH BOOKS, .i :. I admired in the city, and on this fes- 'beautiful receptions given in Ocala I it needs of the public. It is our wish to be '

and this one was excedingly beautiful
tal occasion was made a dream of i
: : GO TO THE : loveliness by artistic decorators. in in every detail. I ;;: of service to everyone in the community
The guest of honor at this brilliant ; j
Y addition to the and cut flow
t i S : I'ers, the valentine greenery conceit was carried affair was Mrs. Louis Weyman Duval, ...................... .... ............... s

fa ) + 1 out in a novel manner. whose marriage occurred in November _U _

i Mrs. S. Potts Eagleton and Miss last and who, since coming to expressions of delight from all.
sa a IIInstolfice( ) ( rlllg n Freddie Foy received the ladies at the Ocala to reside, has been very much I On leaving the dining room Miss! j......1001....11.01001.111f J

hut is door from whence they were escortedto feted and honored.. She was strikingly Bessie Porter charmingly arrayed asa

: ( tt + the receiving line by Mrs. Lee Mil handsome in a black lace gown I gypsey, gave to each of the visitorsa I BIGGEST LINE 1 1I

i U i ler. with pale pink trimmings and her I souvenir valentine corresponding in
I
I Mrs. Horn was gowned in black lace flowers were pink;: carnations.Mrs. ,number to the ones on the hearts that OF
t.+.+...44+4..*..444+4.*... ...ONOINNNONN ftW j I t
taffeta, with applique and velvet locker received her in ,.hall previously been given them. I
over guests
sit 11N.... ...........11N.01.1N.1N1J1401114to !. .
trimmings.Miss an exquisite gown of red pompadour From this room the ladies passed
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. ; Epperson, the guest of honor silk which was a charming creation!'!into the library, which was very

if MISS SARA ELIZABETH HARRIS. I! Mr. William Wilson has gone to wore an exquisite gown of pink: chif- of the dressmarek's art. Introduced I i quaintly and attractively decorated

1 Local Editor. I Plant City to visit relatives. I'fon over -taffeta, embellished with lace. tin trimmings were touches or gold, I One corner of the room had been convened i JwAtEJ -

t \ Assisting were Mrs. E. Dillingham of!pale blue and pink and lace medal- :': into a Japanese tea room and

, ')Ir, A L. Webb, of Hawthorne, spent i Mrs. It C. Loveridge has gone to Daytona, in grey silk and real lace; I ions with a yoke of lace. Her flowers 1|:under an immense Japanese umbrellathe I I a '_

t S inlay with his family in Ocala. I Gainesville to attend the Bible. Con- Mrs. S. N. Linibaugh, of Starke in were white roses. A charming woo I II | tea table was placed. Mrs. S. T. I

t. ference.:__ white net over taffeta; Miss McGuire, ,man socially she is never more so j Sistrunk and Miss Pauline Sullivan FOR

: It..,. I.. I). Geiger, of -\1>Or, a. was of Pennsylvania, in Glue radium silk I than in her own home which forms ,presided. They wore Japanese kimo- :
I Mr. J. S. of St. IJt
: t' in Ocala Monday.Mr. Norton Petersburg and Mrs. W. D. Richey, in black lace I a very handsome setting for her +na.s and had a cup of tea and a pleasant '
r I who now owns a fine laundry in that over taffeta. I charms. word for all. LADIES[ AND D GENTLEMAN[ [ j

H. Duke of Martin, j, city, came up to Ocala Tuescday, for a The other ;
II. spent Mrs. E. Van Hood, a symphony in I I The other hostess, Mrs. Austin is I j I comer of the library

r ;tun4ay with friends in Ocala. j jMr short visit. black, ushered the guests to the pun'hroom. likewise very popular with the society I|I was arranged as a Dutch room. Mrs. \,
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t The large mirror which al- folk of Ocala and she was additionally 'Jack Camp and Miss Annie Davis as t

: *. I*. G. Snowden, of Jacksonville, Mr. J. A. Jordan, of Tampa, and Mr. most covered the end of the room rt-- charmingTuesday. She wore I Dutch maidens, served chocolate with 3

'Ii visiting friends in the city. Tremere of Belleview, were in Ocala fleeted the smiling faces and unique white silk' gown, the trimmings being 'I whipped cream. In this room the ,, j
In
, .- last night to attend the meeting of decorations, and made many beautiful i a delicate shade of green and her ,!j|plant, flowers and furniture were in ,

Mr. Joe Davis! represented the Sum- the Elks.This living pictures. The ceiling and i flowers were pink and white roses !j keen', !* with the Japanese and Dutch

: metflt44l 1 neighborhood in Ocala! Mon- has surely I been a week of attractions doors were festooned with different I I j Receiving with the hostesses and ;,|I: idea

, asy Sparks';: circus. Park's Dramatic sizes! of red beans, strung on ribbon, ]j guest of honor was Mrs. E. H. Mote, (I Splendid music was rendered bby

I. company all the week the l&- and a cozy nook made in the same ef- Uf Jacksonville, a sister of Mrs Hock!;: ,, Mrs. Harry Cline and Miss Pansy THE JEWELER. ,

Mss Kdn Nichols of Belle- Dt>!Alkahest company, the Boys' Orphan !ifecuve way formed a pretty bower er and :Mrs.: Duval.! She wore a hand I,, Sonter on piano and violin and proveda

I 'tw. te In the city the guest of her Band, receptions, card parties "where Miss Bessie Porter and Mar- some black lace gown and carried pink :; very delightful acquisition to the .4.44..................... ,

, aunt, )lr&. C. 1.. Bittinger. I meetings, revivals, guerite Spellman served punch. !carnations. She is very like her sis- i j of to. non. L.
pray(r etc. etc. u _ __ .__ __ _'- - -. i 1
, Ocala is all to the good. Mesdames W. A. Knight, Sexton "ter and has many warm friends here, ;, ---- -- -

.Mr. W. M. Dale, of Gainesville, came .-- and Crosby invited the guests into {having frequently visited in Ocala.. i iI | .444N1 O D4 4440N..$44.@b44..NN64.4..0..O.O...... !

r1r l 0 to attend the funeral of thy late, IU. Hev. Wm. Crane Gray, D. D., the dining room.Mesdares I Several bun-red: guests were entertained i
E. M. Howard and F. B. 4'd.. ROBINSON, Pres. i
r H A. Kurd.Mm bishop of the missionary jurisdictionof during the afternoon and the i 4
S. H. dUTCH Mgr. J. C. BOOZER, Asst. Mgr '
' J Beckham poured the coffee and choc- picture of the handsomely gowned wo- s
southern Florida, is mourning the 4 ,EO. .J. BUTCH Teller. 1
B. II. Mote, of Jacksonville, is death of his sister, Mrs. Magoffin, who olate. The table was very artistic men, together with the elaborate deco .

I he guefet of her sister:: Mrs. William died at the home of her son-in-law, with a bank of violets! in the center !rations, was one of great beauty. 'I'

Hocker. StA.tetlorney John Jones, at Orlando and a basket of the same sweet Cowers ; On the front veranda Mrs. E. L. t The Strong Hold theo i

Tuesday evening last. pendant from the chandalier, white j Carney received the guest and little :i ii A ,,1,
; Mr. Nathan Mayo of Sununerfield, tulle studded with violets was caught !i Miss Agnes Burford received the I f

, *M a business sfitor to Ocala Monitor In the matter of the arrivals the :up from the corners of the table to the ]:cards. She was a beautiful little cuI, !

II Ocala House has passed the high water -!chandalier in filmy folds. j ipid, wearing a white tulle dress and ,, CO1.tiMERuAL BA1K

,, mark; so has the Montezuma, the I Misses Etta Hood. Elizabbeth -\ew- !ja crown of hearts. Her slippers were j :

, Rn. J. J. Porter, cf Joplin Mo., : Ocklawaha Inn, the Hotel de Kaiser som, Ethel Crosby, Helen Brown and !I'gilt and in her hands she held a gilt I! o :

I'ofW at Sunday with his sister-in-law, I II me Florida House, the Carlton House, Nellie Beckham served the delicious'':bow and arrow. Her golden curls' OClUflea\ .

MM.I (.:. Van Hood. the Spellman House, and all the other j salad, cream in heart shaped cups, !;and beautiful features were cmuly ,

, (hotels and boarding houses of the cake, candled violets, heart mints, i admired and she received her full : i
I i| Has Upon Public Confidence is Evi- +
Mr tUjjab'efguson, a pioneer etA i oily. coffee and chocolate. I share of honipge during the after ,

itvrs of Ulikhton neighborhood was inTuesday I Miss Theo Beckham pinned a tiny !noon. I denced and i ;?

a kala seeing:; the elephantother Quite a number of firms representing red heart. which was numbered, on .'I In a cozy nook on the 'eranda111: by its Large: Increasing !
1.1 court house furnishings and each guest, then Mrs. L. J. Knight requested 0 j .
I d things. appointments J. C. B. Kocnce presided at the punch I Business -
them enter the valentine'!
f were before the board of to oowl and was assisted by Misses 4

Mr. George Pasteur one of the pio- .jcounty commissioners Monday and room to try their fate. Both comic and Louise Scott and Alice Bullock.In t : 1
,elaborate valentines were hung amas4eNOO4oNa ooooa ooeo N alo.o.AOOvoooooeoo.N
4. over citizens of Marion county, was displayed by photographs and otherwise the hall Mrs. Herbert L. Ander- ,
.' I the which created much I! __ ______ _
T among hose visiting the county site the various types of furnishings (around room :'iscn, Mrs. D. E. :Mciver and :Mrs.; -- --- :: t

Muaday. lie is carrying his age in a !!manufactured by their various houses. 'I merriment, while Misses Edna Dozier !Clarence Camp received and in- Mrs. Thomas N. Davis. Dr. Parkhurst Called Down. "
I' Annie Mixon helped each one to '
The commissioners have made and
not I
ru..t remarkable manner. yet 'trodUCed the ladies to the visitors. In' I;
-- the selections but they are proceedingwith find her corresponding numbber. ,this receiving line were Mrs. Carl I Lakeland, Ha., Feb 5. 19< 7 ,
It is with sadness laat ue canmi-
Mr. \V. .\. Baxley, a royal phosphate great care and deliberation and Miss Pansy Souter and Mrs. Cline ( Burton Van Deman, of Jacksonville, ;, To the Editor Ocala Banner t
cle the death of Mrs. Thomas N. Davis
ojR-rator of Etna, was a pleasant it may be said in advance that the' rendered delightful music, which (Miss Jessie Nurney, of Suffolk, Va., j jj ; j
I II at her home near Summerfield Dr. t*,shunt \cYlthat Ur. Eddy. tcboo 1
entertainment
first
visitor to the "Brick City" Monday furnishings will be in keeping with made this, Mrs. Horn's j Miss Edna Gushing, of East Orange, <
j| February. cf ic'igion is UiBf !! arac almost to "
and kept a number of friends infood the exterior beauty of the building.Mr. to her Ocala friends, a most en- (N. J., Miss Lillian Wright, of Macon J Saturday Kiardaet. t
that she will J The funeral was held at the family
inimitable joyable oneand they hope
humor by his Ga., and Mrs. Beuna Minims, of Trenton -, .
wto knows what Christian
ant'c-j[ for one who residence, Rev. Dr. Freer, the Baptist No one
dotes. Jas. R. Moorhead has just returned give many: more every Ky. I IIrs. is this Iused
tcknc*) can possibly say
be minister at Belleview, performing the
to
fortunate enough present
from visit to Salt was Van Deman's white
a Springs. gown was I think! the
to
venerable
precisely at
Mr. and Mrs. L. J. Blalock. after He says it is as pretty a spot as thereis think her a charming and cordial hos chiffon embroidered in pink and black. last sad rites. The remains were in doctor dos but when I learnt ,
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terred in the family burial grounds.Mrs.
landing several weeks in Ocala with in Marion county. The spring is tess. Miss Nurney wore lavender crepe de :.I wbat this teaching really is, i felt
thEir son Dr. 1.. F. Blalock. and their surrounded with high bluffs and the chene and Miss Cushing, lavender Davis was a life long memberof Lord
I had crucified
that anew my
raid
daughter Mrs. Goo. L. Taylor left waters are remarkable for their cura- Marion County's Fine Court House. silk Mrs. Minims wore a white and the Methodist church, and .

Monday for their home. tive powers. Some of the most marvelous Mr. Frank Rice, of Atlanta, who pink brocaded satin gown with real a family of children who will always and Master.It be denied that the
can finely
, i cures are attributed to them. He has been a member of the boardof Iii! ce trimmings and Miss Wright worea I reverence the memory of a loving revelation of Truth is evolutionary

e '..... Mr .Sol Benjamin, of Atlanta is II I saw Mr. and Mrs. Vernie Roberts, public works of that city, and has pale yellow and blue crepe de chene. Christian mother. She was at Uptime himself "I
the Master
Did not *>ay
spending a few days in Ocala with his (I Mrs Carter, Mr. Dick Hendricks Mr. had large experience in the construction I All of the walls of this elegant home of her death fifty-eight years old to buty
have to
things ou.
say >
bruther Mr. Herman Benjjamin. Mr. Ed. Tucker and Mr. Levi Roberts. of public buildings, was in Ocala were hung with banboo and the lights and had been in fairly good health up many hoar them ?" It is in
resided in Ocala, I to about two weeks before her death, I: < cannot now
Benjamin formerly They are enjoying themselves immensely Friday, and in company with Mr. William I were all shaded in red. The other ,. the of to the
\ friends always delighted which was brought about by a severe power everyone prove
, and his many are Hocker inspected Marion coun- I
and are greatly benefitted. I decorations in the hall were numbers I II however
truth of Mrs. Eddy's statement
,
to seo him. I I ty's new court house, and he was loudin I and numbers of red and white hearts, 'I attack of inflammation of the stomach. I'I'I
wilt bis
of at variHite: previous
I The funeral of Mr. H. A. Ford was his praise of it. He said that no which were very prettily arranged.Mrs. I Besides a husband and a host of Inand
"Thtlanta Theotoriuni," which held at the Grace Episcopal church city in the south has a building that R. A. Burford, Mrs. E. Van loving friends Mrs. Davis leaves the I j methods_ thought they may"for

has been performing so acceptably in l last Sunday afternoon at 3 o'clocck. I can compare with it that has cost less ,HM d!, Mrs. G. T. Maughs, Mrs. C. R.Typings ,following children to mourn her de- i ito it read.seems Mrs.hardly! Eddy's possible book "Science anyone andhealth"
Ocala for the past three wefts or more, than hundred thousand dollars. HowseStovallai parture: Mr. Joseph! W., Charles P.,.
one Mrs. Mamie
Every seat was oeupied and the i I with heart
Dunnellon and will remainin ,Mr James P., and Mrs. T. \\. DiUard.I through an oph
I is now in j that he has some knowledge 'II various
countenances of the people depictedthe !He says l Mrs. L. F. Blalock in the and mind without seeing the flood of
for week or I Mrs. C. E. Lucius and Miss Daisy Da-
City" a
the "Phosphate of materials and
of the cost building and
general sorrow, and the numerous rooms greeted the guests helpedin light trown upon the bible and 'he
more. We can recommend it as a nice of labor and that if he had I I vis.
floral offerings told of the esteem in I the price different ways to entertain them. life .
clean little show. which the deceased was held. Rev. I been told that this building had cost I In the dining,room. which was entirely The Ocala Banner joins the bereaved true thereby.The has had abundant proofin

George Hendree Harrison conducted'I:''!the people of Marion county an hundred in white and red the following I I ones in sympathy for the departed writer
-S Mr. W. B. Barmer, a phosphate operator '': I'! wife and mother. his own experience of the identity
, the services and twenty-five thousand dollars f lidios served Misses Hattie
and after they | :
were over yomg
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1 of Mascot Lake county, was i I II i I of this Truth and that which be has
the remains he would not have at ali been surprised Estl! Weathers, Valeta Potter
were deposited in Greenwood f Dye r
and in smaller measure
1 among the prominent visitors to Ocala I II ever sought
cemetery. The cortege was avery :' the
Monda Before leaving he said he i found in Bpteeopal
must have "the oldest paper printed large one and was headed by the :' finish are excellent and no part Sara Hrrris, while Miss Byrd Wart Marie Burnett the pretty little which he still counts himself aIn,
Ocala fire department. The beautiful'of the work so far as he has been I mann gave to each a small heart bearing daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Jerry Bnr-
in Florida" and the Ocala Banner willkcrp sistent member.
and fragrant flowers with which his able to judge has been slighted. We I a n :mber. All of these young ladies !i nett, entertained a large number of IL R. 8KOVVDKN
him to the happenings i
posted as
grave was covered will fade but his I'are' glad to hear one so competent asMr. I wore their hair high and powder- !!her little friends in honor of her 9th 1
of this section. I
good deeds will live on for ver. Rice, who is entirely disinterested, led and their faces were adomed with j!birthday Friday. iI j j Mr. Charles Peyser ha* "ra .f'1

pass such an opinion. Mr. Rice was a I paint and patches. They were indeed I During the afternoon many games I proved the front of hit etoi! :.n t

4% Monday, Mr. and Mrs. Fiuteje, tour- j Death cf Little Alice Knox. candidate for mayor of atlas a a few i a pretty group of H"ing"n1entines. I.I were played by the little talks, then >has made it look almost ,',*' "- ; "'

:-ts dune down from Palm Beach in i Mr. James E. Brown received the years ago and has been spending several I The table was an immense heart i they I I were invited into the dining.:1-uUding.- He Is determmeu no. : .

t nautomobile. After spending a few ,i sad intelligence Monday morning of weeks with his wife at Homosassa shaped valentine the conception be- j room where delicious refreshments '!I outdone by his ndffabon an .

hours in Miami they started on the I I the death of his little niece, Alice on a fishing oatin He is now on ing a most lovely jane. Around the !!'!were served. The table was decorat !'this rivalry that builds "P ..

retrrn trip to Palm Beach. They I;Knox, at the home of her parents in his way to Clearwater, St Petersburgi :edges was a lace border and graceful-i led I with fruits and a large birthday I and makes it become: be,i sal

I t crossed the river at Fort Lauderdale I It JUcaaopy. ;i i Sarasota.I j|ly draped over the cable was airy tulle jeake i with nine lighted candles. Mra. Avington C. K? r, .. .

In tafety, but when the auto left the I I'r' Mr. and Mrs. Brown and Mr. S. R.I I I!interwoven with delisate gold threads. !I Miss Marie was assisted in enter- dentown, formerly Mi "u.

' j ;,14 flat on which it had crossed it could Brown, grandfather of the little one I i. is Thaw's millions and his wife's .:The cut glass 'candlesticks: held red i tai>uing her guests by her mother and !dy, of this: city, arri' if. ,

not use nd the river bank, and rolled I went up to Micanopy Monday after'beauty that gives inter" and glam- i I candles with red shades to each of !late in the afternoon the little folks ia short visit to- her a MrMoody. .

backward into fifteen feet of water. 'noon to attend the funeral. !'tour to his ea<'?. !t .he r"t'* 'boen poor;I I which was attached a red arrow. In i i I bade their hostess bood-bye wishing i .

Mr?:. K.-it-j, was i in ihi* automobile. I We sympathize with the be-vvr <' ard his *-if.. 'is'v t"!<' rao: v/ould liar" the: center: of the table was a large ':hr many more such happy birthday:

LIlt wa>, 1\0'\ h n'1!.." td lJ"t.". I wcttca_ t i>an'niand rH'MLvs :n ih-1', _r-- -. .1 'JIl'M,.'''' 1 1- t -r ":.0. -3 ) '. ,'". ]':;' 1t : 't.tlincd with "niilax.; Tho Mi-s :Marie va-: : ir"rv>i is n' ,[ i Wanted.-.\ correspxiat: u4ft II

Miami! Xt'w. '0'\ 0 ,. r : :> iv poor: an1 i? ly.p 'a>"'e wata:! work of an and elicited .:carry birthday pr enf i view.
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I', f THE REPORTER. I Quite a number of i RAYNOR AND ROOSEVELT.1 ]I]have Discredited and if often amii THE GOLD AND SILVER CROP t

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atives of Reddick, : evidence: against him. of envy and ol --

ci I Mr. Carnegie, like George Vander-I; Orange Lake were pr '!! The most thought and forceful las this, it it can be of a death Special to the Otta ......

bUt, and many another rich man, once tend congratulations and :,speech; delivered in congress ia many1ia !!'name of trial never t amid the ruins Washlagts+a. Ptt1 -4 ....' ...

longed to be a rtJQnt'r.-Fron: World Preaching every 2nd day was the one of Senator Raynor, ricf any civilized country .
:and at 7 o'clock by the i of future sho,,'iw; gold u4 direr di .' ...
Editorial ; Maryland, on the "Functions of thej';Jof' history since: the ( j ages .

Andwell they eight (I ion the Baptist minister !Executive and the Reserved Rights |chamber, unfettered by I! by what the public the lBfc4 SUM 1urtWr t..*>* Vs.soote .

For all their richesCan't third Sunday by the +of the States.:' j j;Jaw, and employed by 'I:j< is, because it will idterestta. aft' f ...,,_

ter, the Rev. Mr. Ick1Er.Don't |Charles Is ascertaining it ex-
give to them I Every man in tie United Statesf to arrest still leads in n I'nt to- .J: ,

The manner which is forget the day ']Iwho has anregard for constitutional J civil and religious i and the record skier .. .'. y
I of fold but rrw .,...
come. 'gated to. infamy and !i Other centuries- :
inherent in the 'government! '
f ought to read this speech.
Yours for more times J3,000.ww from !J"I +I. t.
Hustling fellowAt I j I It is a masterly production and is; :! Captain Evans, the i|; their heroes but Is.

home in purple! time&. jHnaaswered! and unanswerable be- :ness against Admiral ; : was humiliated I' mates hi rcun :! \I' ft! I. .'.

Or in fellow. i rences bitter and malignant suggestion that he1,shown a decre'ai" II' a'1 r ., ati

SOUTH LAKE WEIR i j dare'I] trae.i :fied before the president j weighed danger, I'I IUOD.. Alaska \ I .. .

': .? Today he talks i i He begins by .sidered himself under his trade to dare" I Ii I I .W4
referring to and refuting -
Special cor. Ocala Banner: i i 1 of the 8a j ji (largest. .hu" an nl' ,tilt',
t, WIth tramps and; things, I iI I j the speech made recently b Admiral;! Sampson : ; .
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We are'e21' glad to I! al-P!than ..WV' '. N ;.. ., :..
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Tomorrow shakes the !Secretary Root that the "reserved 1 tle, and that he would i i antiquity were .
Hei ben Eeed. who has ; activity in the i,1 t }.
Hand of kings ]]i rights'of the stateS"shou1d be wipedout [ -ed any orders from the i and exalted. Greece :'
and !' I 14joutpui ..
much improved. I Ii j' Touiif > I. I. i r,
and deEds in
Jtegard&g seAs and supreme power given "a the if he had received lb j i : ,
3. B. Kellum made !i I II sbowinif $:' a. ,
I ; cot irferior i I federal administration.v dent had before him 50 her shrine 8otb
visit last week. i I IMr I '' Toi'i ii 59.11" .:' 1"-" \\ lo j io 4'
Nor yet the> other As ;iniony' demonstrating .. heroes paid.
; a result of Secretary Root's' .
I and Mrs. Upham. : .i repre&.n-1!sma!;. ,,: ll1tpu' loti !II
r As superior. ;cal that be seen a
,speech Mr. Raynor gives the followjing accuracy :
I been spending some time !! of Ti- ''teen *Tar. s ace 1'.n-. ? -, r .
E summing up of a prominent law- could not have been in entry
i ant 'rills house left on : : araiel: u.ent'.ci. l'I ,
He makes his way \f-r'<* conclusion' before the New York: the battle. as he was a marble arch
point I'Hed t'i 1"Ita..< r & .
Through mosey bass jomer. State; Bar Association: !distant from the scene j!' by the Roman rJ
Cf Miss Sadie Jones \' : pri.-icK( K.creaM. *rn ." t .. ..
And finds no obstacles "Thuc my ideal of the president coincides the battle began .and !J! after the Christ-
St. Ausostice for A stay %: to J42l..I-' c. 4 i.'lead ..
: well exclaim (J"
Ia raga.Omniscient. with the ideal of the people. appearance until the ;; might I' .
an: Hills house. th"- kilt. dly -, .
quhe. I ,and an hour and o the republic: "Oh. ; .r
a majestic constitutional figure a
Mr C A. MiJlen.. with uncontrolled ; ''b' held !IS mUt M'.1., .1..( 's+.
; fiend.: a rgirk
And omfvesentmf. ;j; b:.' congress unrestrained[ ;(last of the ships the i iI -
1"t guests, Messrs. Edward j! | the of his I led in 19U.. h.\\ .1 a-: ,,'rtNr
oat to get jby the courts rested with plenary :had struck her colors :! less '
I Boyle enjoyed a trip : 'ly. two milli'in- V a HI "-do' '
The stuff te hain't |constitutional power and absolute constitutional -ed.,; I!' the treatment he t.
lamaha river in the I i j I i] man who at San- these two are 'ton iak- \* >Ma
I! discretion. The proof was '\\ : I
a lltf cavalier by George Whipple. of to the testimony, and Arisoaa AlaWma r tirh <**.
"How, then is it possible for thpresident e 'the distance at this time .
r his duced $:, Os' urh in I yn t'cIsrN
To lady position upon
every j his flagship. of Admiral
to exceed constitutional :
jI express
To what is shady, erect when e"- none last year i. -urtOti ha thh ....u.
BEAUTIFUL ORANGE !i authority'? What federal I ,Brooklyn was fully 17 ;j
He treats the millionaire but his as the I est output an t tt-t >tl Ithl att><.. e.
ri I II act can he perform that he may not !Admiral Sampson was
politely plowing his ships, :states and IHTUuritm"'ttua ; I We are having lovely j claim is in execution of his office and not have bens m !
t He treats a bunch of been thus reproach-j other stales $:;';'J.!+"" tf < rHttt.d .lta|
wish it would continue !its attributes of the constitution and[ !battle took place. If I
1 _'l Coppers nightly. I i) '; II I is cruel and j iIi $ ".0ti' \1's' I than in lids: IV uta .
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|laws. of his was testifying
executive
JI' or ?
t f or two longer. j powers : punish him for his j ) output of "ilH'I'l : .t .$et.

t He suits himself I' Mr. J. B. Hall will kill j!j i "Majesty is another attribute. It inheres stated to the president ', for her, then I pre- which is 1tt.9jp1 prea'T than m ttt&
in every sovereign be he czar :not have heeded any
e To circumstances I porkers today. I will when at ---
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; president. Imperium majestasque,Brooklyn, the President
Miss Ida Monroe and I
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And takes what comes : will erect some LAKE WEIR NEWt
j I McMeekin ;]' Romani. ,immediately ordered a :
from the little ;
I. t Including chances; in the j!! whose inscrip
lleekia i} "The president is invested with an case because
,- He be something i spent one night attest his valorous ..
may
f Special kola lialll.
fiice the *: was the officer cor : r
[) and whole of it : senior :
week the of
a f Of a sinner ,. guest Mrs. time, but wm J. H. Bradford! .., ,
Mr. u f
Miss Bessie Porter :' hath fixed its bounds? Who hath i ran under the rules of 6: j
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, t 1- Hue tie can pray lady in Messrs. !I Thus far and no farther Xo, under the statutes of 'i I now written arrived yet-tenia* trnns.ivUW-

I To come out winner. Hawthorne, .. returned :>ne has determined its illimitable exI :States, and under its I of the country Tenn. and will .lk'uII\ for n natadrt .

t : ] ;lions when the 1 and it was his duty of the season ;:' xir III' K.'ake I" the
I tent: no one can determine it as Spanish
x :' Well may the rich man ter having spent a few da j 1 the'honor of the
I her mother. ong as the republic endures.:' |ed 10 escape upon the shore. >I lr Hrani ilDII"-
1tl Long to be j I! carried from the
Mr. In the course of- his speech he also, :!July :3, and it was the fine sport htmtinK an:! :i \.!'njt tor tinext
r- A good reporter Boatright, Mr. ;; ;( sea, and to who e I
I woodsrider, who has [ tool up the Scales case and told ;F .z ns whether he two monthb

i Such as he with ;:! the president brushed aside all ;gnat: to heed and follow true "as the needle !! Mr C. T. Terr i ii... aDd Krlr'daughter.
I Who has no millionsWffiim I infiamatory I: dial to the stun:' ;
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\ and all constitutional I <' :he Margaret arr.- HiLouisviik. its
better be is n morning of
n11i ... t! a .gems.. ; yet a'ery :;) :
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in his treatment and deg ;o" Iock. Admiral ; Ky. in > |jlt'n".JInt.i lima
Carswell of Sampson
Citra is bis
Hut the somehow i. : i!. rt.Just I Our new Methodist j i of this heroic figure. :the fleet. "Disregard the CF POLITICAL j with Mrs. R. I. Martin who t ill .NTerry's .

-W. J. LAMPTON same in the World. Cooper, will preach here i! fro Raynor says: :the Commander in Chief: sister

.the 17th. j; I now come to an incident which I I ping i to tee: regulations for Mr. 140 J. Pt.I1111(1: MI N\t.art,

b I The orange trees are prefer not to allude to. It: mem of the navy of the !I for a 'moment at of Kentucky. are m>t-- .-t ::1..- imllk
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.. THE NEWS FROM SPARR. .beautiful new growth, some [ however so directly upon the :the command for that construc house.

f I trees are in bloom. i! that I am discussing that i oped upon Admiral Schley. Anew sect Rev. Bane preach his fanri

Special cor. Ocala Banner: I f:.'nk it is enter of the have commenced to sermon to a large and apprre+.tiatS
Fanners are getting r my duty to make refer upon any ,

IIa Sparr continues to Loom and someday their crops. Son- are : to it. It illustrates in a marked I :case to any further extent !'| of the constitu- congregation Sunday ftefBooa.. 1'MsS'

q instead
will bo an eagle. framing an apo- his family and heartfelt ......
tnin Evans 10yE'J many
w Mrs. Snyder and son the present administration! that in t to show the l.

cl ;. Mr. J. It. Thomas, of Pine, who recently for Kerr City two weeks !I II exercise of his prerogative the .mony that influenced the i of epistles and wishes for their fuiimpro.p. .Tit) sad "_

married Miss Hollingsworth, I so unfortunate as to lose resident does not feel himself bound[ ;'president and the error .!' their heresy from I I happiness in their new bonny IB T,. .

the belle of lirownsville DeSoto II lecture plat-: .
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of their clothing and ; lav or precedent whenever he is i milted in vio'ation of ..j jprinciple3 pa.
I
county is now comfortably located I I is the prophet i Mr. Fred Fox. of Clarlwtilk T. .,
at ia
of the !
p. including a nice piano. I I ]>ur UU of an object that it is his: | common
the famous Rutland farm is and the Messiah is a of the houw.
guest Smith
as also i
karn all of the !:i to accomplish. After the conn ;jpermitting Admiral ,

c1C his brothers S. J. Thomas and F, P. I ccrtai11DjOY reading '!; inquiry had passed upon the case ofdmiral |fronted by me witnesses i!j: They Mrs. H. W. Hear, with hr ttattiag

Thomas and their mother. I ner. I have induced two 1'i; ;! Schle an appeal was taken L ;i against him and who :I. add any additional friends Mrs. l:. (' MrDoaakt. >>tilt

All are comfortably and permanently for it, not residents here 1! the admiral to the president un. ;mooed by the president ; manuscript, Edith McDonald id Mrs C.....,

located, having purchased a large I other county. May your ;' the regulations of thea'al Code. 'f. ds that were ruled out !i under the general. I French have gone to Ocala sad !JBi -

tract of the finest farming and trucking 'paper continue to prosper )! i is an enormous record in the ing. 1It ;' } is simply a ro- {i ver Springs to sepad a few day

; land in Marion county from Miss I ; that was used in
1-'re wish of and it was the duty of the pres- must be observed
_Jessie i Owens. I.I this If the claimants to that eaten aas.
i SIC SKMI'KR ; to decide upon the record and[ i ti..r" whose testimony '
Mr. Frank Meadows has also moved powers not ey cannot bv found the aunty' ought
ba ;; testimony that it contained. He Ailiui-al Schley before iI j
into his new and beautiful dwellIng (The banner They seem to be applied to good road building te
expresses j the I
same position as the? wire his personal : '
and is permanently located. that all its subscribers proposition the states: in which the cottoa tan
j ;; of an appellate tribunal do lot want him to receive :
Mr. Mathew I.oe and wife, .of Tampa same interest in the j jlifor I convention which was collected.
!+rtl they are reviewing the decision! his: conduct at ';
will move here in a few days. Mr. .' was to have "- ---- -
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Tyrannih.l '
Lit having accepted the position as I __ I an inferior jurisdiction. Assuming: !!long before the battle the laws whatsoever, The Constitution: and the Atlaau '

I \!" that be had the right to reopen the hostile;: to him and : Georgian and News- are thrurtnt'T
a ('xprc"s agent and operator for the MIX THIS AT \ vote and the
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and ;
take testimony upon his own they had stood like "gr( j' words at each other that sound like
{' to Mr.
8. A. 1 I. railway, the agent here going
Ilip tll Tampa.A The following simple I be had of course no right to '!the! slips straining at 1;i legislature of the anarchistic bombs.

mixture is said to readily r this? except in the presence of Ad- The president says that i -
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neat sun has already sub- power to
>ten overcome any form of rhf i ;':.1 F i hey! or his counsel and with[ : troversy should not be The Albany News ia no. in the
tcribi-d awards building a Baptist forcing; the kidneys to filter I | they shall judge
right to cross-examine any wit- :do so would merely do 1 hands of a receiver. What t* the nat
the blood and i defense I
church here and we hope to soon hate system all the and .
work begin as the church is badly: and poisonous waste (' m!' that was produced. The Ameri- navy and the country." It ; were nor even ter with the empire state? Is prcaperity '

at once such symptoms as bar or that portion of the bar i ever be kept alive. The i and going back on It 7
ac't dt-cl. j that
weak kidneys and bladder I with this proceeding !of an innocent man is of '
Mr. Charles llnyles. is also buildinga diseases. presented by Pat- !I
1 I I hardly believe it until they read :cern and importance to Charles Schwab's sister is souu 10
Ir_ new home at Rutland and will permanently Try it, as it ikn'sn't cost ) and by Pinck- I'
I locate. make and is said to be j hat the president conducted this: than the repose and ( : fUlly0100 that be married and be is going to sive

t. ,harmless to the stomach. I ,real in utter disregard of the rights i, naval ring however | tier $2.000.000 as a bridal gift 'rbu+lr
Mr. I). S. Sourer has just completed | can never be
I Get the following harmh (< Admiral Schley, ignoring every i powerful it may be. Men I' (I are the kind of brothers to haveCook
his new dwelling on "Bunker Hill! ents from any good ] touch of po
; of common law and statu- in the senate and house l
near Sparr, which adds much to the extract Dandelion ; and enchanters.
luiauty of the hill and town. Compound (Carbon one ; procedure, and ia violation at tat .es to rectify this 'thl- executive I Lady who recently railed cm

pound Syrup ; i e-t of the spirit of the (constitution, ; time the president rend(> [I President Roosevelt, has sent M vfrai
Mr. Hackett' and family, of Cuicoga.] '
ounces: mix by shaking well [I provides that in all criminal ion, and were prepared to original.; letters tor pubiicailon to fhe
have purchased the .1 .1) Itacon restlcnce *- and take the distribution
: a teaspoonful
i :; "the accused shall be \ligislative action that !j Ocala Banner, some of whirl: it
and farm, the most beautiful !o-j[I meal and again at bedtime. | i the president can
!( fronted with the witnesses against 'judgment from the naval : :j hopes to print soon
This simple mixture is not allotted I
ration in Sparr.150 Mr. I'd. Iloltiyoke j to II
I( prompt relief, and there are I! and have compulsory process for'ithe!/ country, but the I _
and family of Chicago have just j government.
I(leases of rheumatism I i}' :ping witneses in his favor." '! that there should not be i j Jacob Schiff the New York banker
has
arrived and are with the Hacketts for!i troubles it will fail to cure enacted 1
the present being relatives of Mrfl and 1;'h'' 1!, No one can doubt that this was i in !agitation of this {'Ontro\-el'5 the president to j i recently] presented his check for 150.
: nature of a criminal i ,000 to the Hebrew
proceeding ;'in his i
These all legislative capacity Sheltering House
)1 TIS. Hack'lWt' hope all will locate i are harmless :.;j! confined to him
here. drugs and your / not within the letter of the; i i ied a silent confirmation tt has done this (land home for the Axed. This is i SB

I keep thtm in the The penalties and pun I'went he had rendered in ] -S I subsection I era of great beuecoleaet.i I
Mr. Leslie Young and family, of ment ; if not. have him "
Mississippi, are here and Mr. Young !from the wholesale drug attending a decision against I tive capacity. Let me tell I II I j t ti which pro- ',i
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Mni a successful trucker, is exttnhlvely you rather than fail to accused were as> severe as any I agitation will not cease. !| : names suggested for ih.. nercunties

engaged in the vegetable busi ,you are at! licted. could be inflicted for a violation i come when this case will} i j power : that are to be caned nut of

I i any of the laws of his country. |;just as a similar case shall be &t'CeS-1 Yolosla are Ftegtor. AtlantJc and Hal
ness. !
I Puts
Us to the
We could mention several others, j president never gave the admiral i opened in another land, ; carrying into ex- ifax. Florida tkmld (have three rtnis

that have moved here and located in i'I Baron Kaneko formerly slightest notice that he intended '!Inocent man had been rowers and all ties named for her gmtt trio of de-

the last few months to engage in 'I roy to the United! States, I reopen the case; never confronted. i, ment and degradation by by this constitu cekperlt. Yil: Yalee. Plmat and Flab

farming and trucking which speaks unthinkable. "The with the nitnesj.es against him: !of religious hatred and of the Unit-! ler.

stand America better than er allowed him any for jto I I -
] process ; the eternal credit: of a I t
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for
much our good farming and vegetable t > department or
lands. I understand Japan," he said. i!I II ; witnesses in his behalf and ,ing people! his sentence i 'i lion. Tom Watson advises the P"rBI'

: moral insists that :' n-r p emitted the assistance ers' Union to
system innocense established
the illness of the Baptist minister ;I ofj i his this clause restrict its *miwrate d

n7.. \. Crumpton, disappointed a :i ilarge [:never ..hall be raised !;' : )' counsel l for the defense. In fact, !jdicated, and his name rest said that- to farmers and stay ow of politics

audience that had gathered h'rt'i!!;I factor. Japan owes her !'i Schley never received the'!roll of honor, he stands 1 itself though: it If this advice were coata from iu

Sunday at 10 o'clock, not only to enjoy i among: the powers to .\ ( :: ttest warning or notice that his 'jby the ordeal through i j will tautology! ori we would advise rM h.'ft ,o keep
!American 'I was to be reopened treated I In politic
or
government and the of and .
the services but to see the mar- : !passed pride i least perfectly stay out of the mumzinea.

r rremoay that was to have !been I i England are Japan's best i iI j I novo in relation to any of the issues: :idol of his countrymen. ] Ravnor: .

Now, will i "OIH'd.T'e .
Captain
I* 1. I i ir I :1 Admiral Schley shall be
son please sit down. | most important question in the dead. his The New Yor
1 .vv .,.;; couple were not entirely j I)i !i ii i ing or cause kWorid building I Is
!! was in relation to the command ,1 have known being! enlarged aad .
never an v ktn
d. appointed as the notary public and j MDpJ '4d

Justice of the peace, Mr. D. Lee firanIliarn. .i For Rheumatic I I'I. !' Santiago on the day of the battle. '!this sort to have been will be the largest twwtpaper building %t
The quick relief from pain j lD the appeal in
was present and was railed upon 'I. by applying i came before the I occasion did not arise to ezistt-nce.I
I ;! he
: summoned the
to perform the ceremony, whichhe Ualni makes it a favorite captains ;Xo such melancholy page f -
Congressman
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did in a must: delightful manner, il fryers from rheumatism I,! the squadron and ex parte. without ': blur the annals of our Spardmaa is r.HMria

I and the hearts of the bride and groom |lame back, lumbago, and *- i !i ;" trial or opportunity of defense :said that the public ( unstinted praise tntm a tar. rcti a
J of
:and muscular pain For l I their uncorroborated the pregii of Florida. The
were made happ.v. They left lent I' testimony, ;!country is with Admiral vonttr- .
i
.Idrll; :>ts. man has
I was excluded certainly bn
before buu
the
diately by way of Ocala for their court that he has been honor the junK
1a I icp.uiry.: rendered a decision ad. !: present st .> k>o of !
home in Dunndlou. j I i LOST=About Jan. 1, at : verdict. This is true but

The groom. Mr. .John MI'\on, of'depot two medals by David i Admiral Schley upon all the j!suffice. We know that I roBtt"1 J
and.
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i ts in controversy If the !! Tjpographically i
Dunnellon, and the bride, Miss MaejIVal. 'or Jacksonville. JIS/'O admiral changes very quickly. It Tides la ttmsldnvd the "i
: i i-en present either in '' upon- I I the best printwl
of Reddick. are both popular !same are lot at the office i person or'to rely it. Today it !i paper| Ia
Tampa.
counsel ... Without
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or had been making
young people. !, per I! allowed to'its anathemas of hate !; ; I rPil1 I 1par.IiUDI
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I i i I aa.r testimony, ha could easily builds its monuments of } Iit1Ulnltrlat 'ledited we! might!tho.toOl)' that ttr Tim t.i we1! .





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plth'Dt awdinfitimt they $EC lJtK.,, ,..,::,>": i:. ; y-% A Letter Praising Pe-ru-na. < .X? 5 i -- -1- -
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did me no f.x d. I then took ::;:".:;;(;:;:> i:"" ? I (,nom.-- w- w v %x rf / _N<> NI. ;r.i::. J. s. ALcxAsDta.j : : PC--::::. G i ..!.'st\id: : i Rtml!)'.

a trraineat under an M. I)., il' ;"::::Y.>":i:}:i5J1:AyVS 0.-:';."w;:;:!:: ','. '. '<...$<\I' ;I.-. < :::st.v S.ntul! :. tip-r; : ; 'Lh!;.'v. 111., writes : j, A f Necessity In the Home. :Mr. litany SC lrvt-lCI', E ;tey, Mich.,

wliiti.1'4.... but !i':' !li> good.U ;"' &. % ij><:(Jf I hart i-atn-ra of the L! "aI! and throat for over thirty years. It became j J. Alexander, publisher of the writes:

\ thin line I hat! tome to ,, .' l ,rnr-e t very jvar. About three months ago I commenced to take Peruna "I suffered for almost ten year.with
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wb..I roald rat tautr.tn: :,- bat Arf. !%:i.'<:'' (. .,.l'lanalinand now I am entirely cured of that troublesome sickness, I Horticulture" published in Hartford catarrh of the Ftojnach and ail!i doctor- I

& au... prup. I bAd severepaUu r k .r'ti,,. \A MR. VI. J. 1- ..:r medicine is surely a b>s=Majr to mankind. You can truly t-ay that you City, Ind., of Pernna: lag was of no avail. I took nine bottles 1

bad.ford in w isht and couldel TEMPLE.Climatic ( not lived in vain Doctor, and 1 thank you fur the good you have donetaw' | "I was afflicted S.IJB with catarrh of the of rem:1and two of Manalin and am

do .., ",Ioa. I bean taking May you enjoy a lone life to help suffering humanity." throat and head for over ten I now entirely cured.
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j'*r Mrdl<< IB.., Prrnna and Manalin. I I Aliments! Overcome By treated physicians, but I "I recommend the medicine to all

.bN wvtphcU pound, hut after tak-I i Pe-ru-na. DR. HART IA \J, THE FARMER. was grew worse until by many I was seldom able to who are afflicted with this disease. It
wvrrai bottle of Pen.-ia 'I is household friend."
Mr. W. J. TfiupliII.: 1' D. :S, Delaware go out in cold weather. my
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Ohio, writ s: I Dr. S. B. Hartman, the inventor and He himself supervises the working "About one year ago I was advised to One of Or. Jiartman's Grateful Cor
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Irwadl."I "I am a farmer and FO cere'snrilymat original! maaufacturerof Perunais: one details of every department. try Peruna: which I did, and I am now respondents.Mr. .
am flaw at work on the tarns and .W. of i
Callahan, proprietor Big
of the best farmers in the Middle West. : entirely well of the catarrh.
be of weather.
to all kinds He is mh'.If and
feel wfll of exposed I a strength vitality,
all the time. I rat all 1 Hill Farmami prominent fruitgrowerand
I About three years ago last winter, I His farm comprises several thousandacres and since Peruna i* the only remedy he "Peruna is a necessity in our home.
t4. *n-\ my friends fay that I look of colde stock raiser, iJlenvar, Va., writes:
was taken sick with towel and stomach of the best land in the State of ever makes personal use of, his physical With the first: symptoms a
/tattt r than ever before. I will"pr with "I write to express ny kindness
trouble. Ohio,located near: the City of Columbus. condition is a testimonial to the efficacy use it, and are never afflicted ca
I'' for its
uua healing; power. tarrh."I toward you and your good medicine,
'I called of of French Percheron of Peruna cf !greater value than could
Peru lid Is a Systemic Remedy. "One doctor it ulceration As an importer advise all who are afflicted with Peruna."I .
If IVruaa pn>\' '* < linen for catarrh the hotels, another called it eoliti and Herman Coach horses, the Doctor be framed in words. catarrh to try Peruna. There if certainly had a very bad spell of sickness t

ia rear pUff tt will be equally potent Another doctor helped me tempo has not an equal in this country.The Dr. Ilartman isone of the few doctors nothing equal to it as a catarrh and could not eat anything at all. My

in &ay oihr place bt'cau.-e it is a systemic rarily. fowl-raising department is a who take their own medicine and his medicine." head, stomach, in fact, my whole body

rw"ly. "Then a druggist; recommended marvel of ingenuity and perfection; splendid physique and strength in his 71 Years Old and Abe: to Work. ached, and it looked as though nothing
much
Tbslwr..0 generally are very Peruna and 1 followed his advice. I but, perhaps the dairy department is old age are an eloquent argument for Mr. John (J. Ilirdler, (Jarticle!, K: s., would do me any good. I had almost
Bu infuri *1 a* to the catureof catarrh. took altogether five bottles and I consider where the Doctor shows his greatestsense Pernna very difficult to gainsay. writes: given up.

Catarrh mutually tit>lil.'vt'J to be confined myself a well man. cf order and sanitary science. Dr. Ilartman, being a farmer himself i "I was injured by a fall on the rail- "I decided to try a bottle of your

u the head nu.-e and throat. "Il;tore using; Per;:na, it was utterly His milk cows, of the purest Jersey knows what the farmer needs and in'' road and my entire nervous system was Peruna and before I had taken half the
hear of catarrh of
ltlyfvkometiuics impossible for me to do a day's,: work stock, have all been subjected to the speaking of Peruna to the farmer he impaired by the same. The help of a bottle my appetite came to me and my
tb. .ch and catarrh of the Urnels.tM I
*b/itt but now I can do l:1rmork withoutthe ; tuocrl'uIin1..-, and he gives to the speaks to his own kind of people. I IP physician was useless."I 'head became all right. In fact, 1 was

"'ni, if ever doe hear of catarrh least trouble or fatigue. I fon ;iderJeruna : City! of roluKii.us a pure milk, certified .runa For BoucS Trouble.Mr. I then tried Peruna and after using all right all over. Peruna cured me."

el any other (Ir IDI. the !best medicine and tonic on by: the Board of Health. Stanly Bell,A.hlr'ythiowrites: it for three months wa entirely well. While Peruna is notconfined to any

It i* But tcau these organs are not the market."I The milk stables, the milk men and "I was afflicted with r'-ienmattem so I am: 71 years old and my work: on the one class of people, yet it is probably:

.ul'.t'TI) to catarrh, nor that catarrh oftier. had not eaten a meal K>r five; years the whole prose?* of milking are tbtolutelv badly: that it was p:::t1ful for me to the railroad is hard and tedious, but I true that the farming class more than
organ u nut a very common dis-
without distress until I took Peruna. faultless and cl an. move. I took two or three bottles of can work like a young man in all kinds j f! any other, rely:) upon Peruna for the
raiM-, but( amply because it i- Cot gener- I I
llv known that atTections of these I have recommended it to several The Doctor himsef.pa! TOyoarsof age, Peruna when I began! to fee! lw-tier. It ,, of weather, heat, cold, rain, snow t>r I j prevention and cure cf all rnaU4diseases.

Cff an* may W due to catarrh. friends with good results." is the iriai-atring i Lead of the farm. also gave me relief from bowel trouble." j .storm aike.'' 1 I .
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MISS SARA ELIZABETH HARRIS. !!i Mr. and Mrs. Terry and daughter. i i Mr. Walter Ray. a prominent fur- i KING'S DAUGHTERS. until day dawns. i A Jolly Crowd of Tourists.
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Local 1 Editor. II Margaret, of Louisvile, Ky., are visiting -:'pentine and lumber map, of Martel.| And it was resolved that the few
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Mrs. R. L. Martin, at Lake :was a visitor: to our city Friday. I Resolutions! of Respect Passed to the short remarks be inscribed as resolutions a
II jolly crowd cf tourists from Silver
M, I IfTordrty.. of Eltvira! \ as 1 i 1Veir. Mrs. Terry is a sister of Mrs. !Mr. Ray, like all big shippers is suffering I Memory of Miss izlar. : and a slight tribute of love t

Ik.a! atttrdawi I i Martin.Mr. !' serious injury on account of I j I and respect for the deceased sister, !s Springs.: They had just completed a
i i1 I i The King's Daughters held an unusually : trip via the Ocklawaha river and
-- the car famine. I and that they be spread upon the i
I large melting Thursday morning Spring run from Wdaka.
minutes of the order and also that !
a
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i"O Itoulah Carrington, of Ken- J. W. Stokes of Stokes' ferry I II drawn together by the sad news Mr. H. E. Wade, of Welaka! brought
I in the
of the be
.\rig k. *a. among the pleasant calls a staunch citizen aDd prosperous I I.Thomas Hueston. of St. Louis, Mo., !I I:of Miss Izlar's death, she having beena i copy local same printed | the party up un his launch. A portion

s r- th* Baa per Friday. farmer, was shopping in Ocala Fri land Jerome Keogh, of Buffalo will : most zealous and faithful member of papers. i of the crowd had the pleasure of
series of matches in THE KING'S: DAUGHTERS. I{
commence a
day. the order. 1,|spending the night at Grahamville, as

sh.'ritr I torches, or this city, who I New York tonight for the pool cham- No business was transacted exceptto I I[the guests of Captain Gibson, and are

-!*ni Friday to Jacksonville, said pionship of the world. The games give expression to their sorrof at Two cases of distress were loud in their praise of the treatment
:Mr. O. G. Dean
is
Mhefl be wan leaving that city that wearing" that 'rron.ise to beery interesting.Mr. her death. Mrs. C. L. Bittinger, the ed, which Mrs. E. Van Hood report-I received at his hands.
"smile that won't come off causedby ,
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quested to
; The party was composed of Mr. and
the arrival of Mrs. Dean and two i
The president reported that on the :Mrs. J. Clark and daughter, Miss Susie
Claude L'Enkle editor of the
little children I ,
from Shelby\ille
Ky.,
Th town clock for !
ut-w the
rang of Miss Izlar's death
Sun that he attacks |said were expressive of their feelings announcement Mr. and Mrs. Ed. Clark, Mr. and Mrs
a day or two They at Tallahassee says I "
ago. are
ftr.-t time Saturday. Its tnt is not presE'nt I : I yesterday, failing to find flowers in Rhodes
Ion this sad occasion. Eugene and Mr. J. Brockey
Wilson. Carter Stovall andMcCreary
Editor
domiciled at the residence of Mr. ,
at Mil har.h aDd it will become one 1. because they do not tell the I I It is the first time in the organization Ocala, she ordered a cross of flowers of Newark, N. J.; Captain H. E.
R.
l Knight on North Orange street. I
"f hr in.iiitmions of the '
, city.Mrs. truth in their That of our order that we meet a broken from Jacksonville through Mr. Albert Wade and Mr. L. J. MclXKl, of We-
Mr. and Mrs. Dean will keep house i newspapers: they

.. TUM Ritchie, Mrs Bradford C. as soon: as a suitable house can be ;;prostitute the profession of journalism 1' circle. It is true that some of Owen. laka.
dour' members have to other fields Mrs. H. L. Anderson was appointedas leave today the return
*'. '>r and JiM Julia Wt-lb, of Kcndriok. i found., ;| by publishing items they know gone II They on
a committee of one to see that the
and bid them godspeed but this
be because the we ,
fur KI a pleasant shopping to untrue persons 'I trip.Mr.
\ I time an earthly link is broken. :flowers were taken from the express J. Clark is a rtgnlar winter
"jars, aad 'while ia the city were the : i whom they serve direct them to do so. I
\I..t.; irf Mra. Aante Aikcn.ap I I We are pleased to state that the I Well if they do this attack them. Refute I A nw sense of awe, honor and dignity I am'.l' and placed upon the casket of visitor to Welaka, and has a splendid!

press of this city was misinformed instating what they say in a dignified and has descended upon this circle, the.deceased. sister. winter home there.

,' J. R Martin of Ocklawaha.a that Mr. E. K. Nelson was going conclusive manner. But don't do it by 'for one of our loved ones, one of the i Miss Eliyse Izlar was the deceased While here they were guests of the
to leave Ocala and reside in Tam- I !daughter of Major and Mrs. 140 T. Izlar. .
tn Orate Saturday and says that caling them "doodlebugs" and "ring- youngest members of the order, has Ocala House.An
pa. Mr. Nelson's popularity is ehown into the of She was born in Blackville, S.
"t' MW Mr. John Lewis just before i Iworms." This is lowering the stand .been summoned presence

"a\'la hone and fce said that co one : by his election as a member cf the of journalism.Mr. the living King, and robed in the C., twenty-six years ago. She had resided Approaching Marriage.Mrs. .

...' far U be kit... bad as yet been 'I city council without opposition, and j"'d robes of purple she has indeed become in this city for the past four Sheldon Stringer has issued

.tr"I\tlr.'f'| state convict inspector. we are glad to know that Ocala is the "King's Daughter." years and became a favorite with all invitations to the marriage of her

not going to lose so estimable and I M. Fishel, our progressive citizen -| You all know her devotion and loyalty I who knew her. daughter, Marguerite Howell Tyson,

Mr Bd. (". Bclurn. of Tamoa. was I valued a citizen. and merchant, left last night fcr i to the cause, and in spite of the I to Dr. Van Henry Gwinn, on the ev

1 baaing .)wads with his old Ocaiafn New York acid other eastern marketsto |alluring hands of gaiety and pleas- I Mr. James Cribbett, a former resident ening of Wednesday February the

.*ndn >ettt<-ntay. He is th*. "!;:pttn! Speaking of the formation of the purchase .,10 stock of goods for I mire, she sapped aside to aid the sick of Marion county, and now a nineteenth at her bone in Brooks-

Rl8<<"'" of Lord Chesterfield wer. aVi: state bar association recently organ 'I'the! coming !:spring and summer. Mr. :and suiT:ring, and in spite of failing '':'prosperous orange grower of Largo.

(i Kiud has raving about his good 'ized in Jacksonville, the Metropolissays 'i Fishel has recently rented the store JLealth. [he pressed on in the cause' was a visitor to Ocala Friday. Besides vule.Miss Stringer is well known in

plea'! that Colonel O. T. Green responded 'room next door to the one he now occupies i she lo\s ;. Only a few days ago almost being successful in setting oat Ocala, having been here on several occasions

to the toast, "The Ocala B.uand and is having it. fitted up in from the Dorder land, a message i a fine orange grove since leaving tte guest of Miss Sara Ham

that his speech was so pent up with first class shape and will cut a parti- came from that sick room for the j!tajs county, he has also been success- Miss Harris will go down fo 'hetidins

Mi J B <:Irises, of Electra, was dry humor that when it began to flow tion between the two stores and occupy !cause of the King's Daughters. How ful in building hard roads ia Hillsbo- \\ to be one of the attendant-

t), 011.' uMirday endeavoring to i freely it provoked roars of laughter.The both. lIe intends b.:;, ;p0 t't' well or how freely it wa tendered, ro county. We are pleased to see that

J '4' ;rup he shipped to a tur- letters; that he contributed to this largest line of goods he has ever carried !!'has gone in the annals of the past. he is holding his years well. Mr. H. H. Whitworth, Me p ,i

(, e !.. ,n.' oa' "i' trty In January and ,! ><' per some time ago proved bin to and the people of Ocala and vicinity ,But to the older members of this or- I tor of the Hiawatha farms, gave a

i t.tr.h tar no: >tt reached its desti- Of an adept in the use of dry and fertile -'I may look forward to some pleas- :der, and to the young ladies of Ocala, Mr. John Martin Married.Mr. number of his friends a fine (!ov'-

I'I'!, Kv.iMkJy ia feeling the ef- I humor. It is one of his strong(aar surprises when he returns home. i i her sweet life and gentle ministrations John Martin and Miss Loiile I shoot, the party consisted of tt'.- flowing ,

f < fv fri's.'ht demoralization.ntt P"Jats. MesstY
f ,should serve to stimulate us 'in the Pepper were quietly married last named gentlemen:

I t Mr. Ford's condition at half past :chosen work of our King. week at he home of the bride's par- S. Bullock, W. H. Clark, L. J. Kr.._:w'

"h'. \ v.iMumly Drug Store has Mr. L Brumby, the editor of the !ten last night was unchanged. His t And again, in the turmoil and rush nets in Lake City. R. R. Carroll, Jack Camp, D. S AS-

rv..h.d !u t tome new soda foonn Florida Fruit and Truck Grower II remarkable vitality is a surpriseeven of the last few weeks the passing I Mr. Martin is well 1.-nown.n this derson, Clarence Camp. Ceo. MacKr-y

'IUD b. 'acing it 5n position which is making such an excellent to the physicians. His hold on 'away into the great beyond bids us tatt). He is a grandson of Col. Jno. W. W. Stripling and E. C. Benn '..tMr.

*..*!f nia. a beauty and will i impression in agricultural circles, is life is by a slender thread. Every I stop and think. Her sweet face and M. Martin of this city. Jack Camp proved the ctamp.oa

...1." .' '. Mtractivcness o? 'his po,- bark: from an extended tour through where there is heard only e pres gentle manners will!! be inscribed in L His many friends extend to him Ulii&g SI birds out of the 271 tat? ;

,, .. :. he state. : hearts I wishes. I killed. *
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I I I LETTER FROM THE CiiPITflL Announcement .,


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j 1G. D. HOGAN 0I MISS JEFFERSON BELL_ TELLS OF POLITICS AND THINGS., A"-, ."..' just jnirrhasfl' thr slri| .lull\:.' :".1 iui1'It''I" ',{ ]
AND
s MAKES A GUBERNATORIAL GUESS!; -JUDGE SWAYNE
+ I H Itttt\ 'lion'rv plant of tin- Yongand: Clint t .inpam! ,
HIS COURT-A HINT ABOUT CAPITAL REMOVAL. f
all -..hV it a ,.hart of the repair work of l rl4'I:i aii-l:
the saloon formerly '' .....J.') ... ,
Having purchased property Ii"l' -! 'ii\ make
a'1' ,in"; irk: o muif s. We a specialty rt'pairn!:1{

4. operated b bvV.. J. McGrath and made many improvements + inter-!: 1 !! XVf'anib;'!: avay fr\HlJ !K;>IIK 0'" ( uii: I s! lit! I'.ltlp"; ;.;a- c'ugillt-'. ,'tt' aI

on same I am now prepared i to handle + '! !. ': .:nn ctitterej nt'! ou> hurt: t'''ui I"i
"' Ir.c' i ,d' ;u I> '(n ote you .privv.
v. : mail orders with the greatest facility. The large va- w- wrLou' any t-vtnt of mutual 1 i im ;n anl; i his health i i.in a \t.'r> pi.variouv .-- ;

: riety of brands of Whiskies, Wines, Beers, Etc., now : portance. The hearing of the mandamus condition. 1:
proceedings against the Atlantic Gas
Ocala Engine
i t cairied enables me to fill the order of everyone one : Coast Line Railway in the Supreme The board of control at uui; L.tet.1. ; I

short notice. The premises are now fitted up especially : court engaged that judicial body Monday fug here Saturday can*tti.'re-i I l btdl'i I J

: for this class of the business, and your orders will : : Attorney-General Ellis presented ., for the Carnegie Library dona'od by i i CompanyMcMillan ..

t be filled the came day they are received and shipped ; rue arguments for the state, Hon. the Laird of Skibo to the cclori- nor j i --.J
W. mat. The is to tta thousand L ........u.a:1\U_. .
1 ; \V. A. Carter, of Tampa, and Col. building cost I I ". J
order include
: on the first train. In your next sHoganrs
:E Kay. assistant general counselof dollars. The plans aTt>pu><' byi i ,:>
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I < the Coast Line railway, made the the board were made by one II f :th' : "'-
XXXX Rye
i argun.enTs for the motion to qua? students of the normal.

the alternative writ of mandamus. :, a
: The Best Goods on the MarketHOGAN : 1i I ,
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Monday afternoon the United States i I Central and accessible ate term Bros.

C ircuu court for the First District !that are being so frequently applied I

1 i G. D. i convened. Judge Swayne, district attOrneY -!that I am wondering if the suggestion :

\V. B. Sheppard, Marshal T. of a state arsenal at Jacksonville with j Southern Copper Works

: ;F. McGourin, and his office deputy,, aeart-1 arters for the military department i
a + Ocala Florida. H. Wolf F.V.. Marsh clerk and I and the later suggestion of i, I I

.. ., .. :his deputy Mr. Wilson, arrived from 'former Governor Fleming to the state I Manufacturers of Turpentine S ills
.a.4 4-'i- .
r PIn.-acoIa late in the afternoon, the bar association to move the supreme
t Oldest Whisky House in Central I Florida. | train having been delayed several ccun to a more central and accessible i'l and General Metal Workers.

ilOur on account of the storm. The point are opening wedges for areopening I
4440.11..M...ii..4.OOOi.0+,4..4.Oi.1..0....Yr.00..i 'court was immediately organized and of the capital removal I "

question that agitated Florida some I M Stills takun in exchange for new ones. Patching
began work Tuesday morning. The
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t court has ever had in Tallahassee: ; i Since then, feeling that tie matter wire will ('("''i\v prompt attention at either of the :;
t"t" "- -' !>A ?4.? II .
work
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mot of the cases are for timber tres- (was disposed of we have added TO folKM1'iii2 ;
a.t ,
a.t DIRECTORS: pabs, c'i'ting and boxing timber on xhe state house. andd are building :lgovernor's '"
I ,government land some moonshine and : mansion. That ont'ouo: FAYETTE ILLE, N. C. SAVANNAH GA tJACKSONVILI.E

s R. S. Hall George MacKay J. K. Christian blind tiger cases. One peonage case (care a baubee for that if the matter FLA MOBILE. ALA

H. A. Ford Z. C. C'hambliss i i.oi: the docket ;the old Clyatt case ''bobbed up again is evidenced by the : P
T. T. Monroe J. B. Brooks: that both houses voted aban
jfact to
that remanded by the United i .
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0 State supreme court for a new trial, (don the several hunderd thousand dollars : -T

al In addition to its excellent facillities this! Bank :end which will probably be continued worth of property at Lake: City i

; :: as I understand the governmentha |land build more extensively at Gahu Iyule. i

has the advaetage of a competent, capable and good *. loot track of its witnesses. i They did not do just that but icala House Wine' *"
!they paved the way for it to be done. Roonjs
I dropped} into the court room Tuesday )
iI Board of Directors and a strong body of Stockholders.: 9. afternoon after our work hour !. For my part I would not want to ,
I !see; it reopened or for Tallahassee e\- tOLD
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} THE CENTS L NATIONAL BANK II | n-'inhborhood runperature in of the room ninety was degrees in the,, i i One cannot live here and come under I'

I arA the atmosphere odorous of Africa -([the spell of the place(without wanting I I
the" crown to forever remain on Tallahassee i fILLEGHANy
nl I OF OCALA, I Judge Swayne looked thorough- i,
i set like a queen among the I
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tired and I wondered how he had j
;It fiIlI'.Imr: 5 fcxsi<>sA'rtasTHE ;:EssES SSa SSEsKKB endured the eleven days sitting on the j hills with the peace that pas.seth understanding : ,

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!the front row in the jury box. at one Ij j I PURE IYE.?

b end; sat three negroes as black as; Neglected Cold Threatens Life. I,
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;i.e ace of spades and at the other 1',I
: 1 I "Don't trifle with a cold," is gooiadvice \
"n'one about the tone of ginger
for prudent men and women.It I II
IIa "ai A young man was on trial for I may be vital in caof: a cold. : Put
IIq I maing! hoonshine whiskey. He was I Proper food, good ventilation and !i! up 4 full Qts "'1 !

| : dry warm clothing are the proper ,
convicted and sentenced to hftec-n '
I MorioQ Hardware COITpaQY !guards against colds. If thtaff" in
I WU ) ) 'months and a fine of six hundred do!-.maintained! through the changeable i Fancy Cartoons ,

I CIHei ;lars. "Poor devil, I am sorry for him,'' "{weather of autumn winter and

|one of the officials remarked though I spring, the chances of surprise from I Delivered
I ordinary colds will be slight. But the at your
'he deserves it. fer he has ben runn-
t ordinary light cold will become severe
'pt 1 -HEADQUARTEIISAmerican ling that still for fifteen years. I if neglected, and a well establishedripe Express Office
!' It is :a striking fact that most of the cold is tot he germs of diptheria
el'e amen i on trial at this court are young:: !what honey is to the bee. The greatest I II t I

Wire Fencing, i I jmen, and most of them with famine I menace to child life at this seasonof !' ,
the year is a neglected cold. i t. For 83.: ) ()
1 Sash Doors and Blinds distin-guished|I Whether it is child or adult the cold. I
t : blight or severe t the very best treatment -
blh !the state house during the week, oc- that can !be adopted is to give ,.
Paints. Oils and, Varnishes [Chamberlain's Cough ll'mPdIt. i b, Regular $1.00 Quart
:Icasioned by the holding of court and a Whiskey; write fax
b, r I safe an dsure. The great popularityan
Mill and Mining Supplies ,I the matter of appointment of Judge dimmensp sale of this preparation ;: Price
omplete list
i [Carter's successor. For two weeks has been obtaine dby its remarkable i
Turpentine ;'we had been expecting riva! del(' a.I cures of thi sailaient. A cold never re II I
Snpplies
iI suits in pnuemonia when it is glvn j1
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i IF tious from west Florida to descend
:' I For sale by all drugglbtb. m Ocala
House
I p Improved Farming Tools} i jupon the governor but for bOll reas- : Wine Rooms.

it ion they did not come. Judge Carter One of the largest cattle trades : .*

t fa !Jacompanied by lion. W. II. Milton, that has taken place in some year. /1\ J.FL.. t1II! ) \

1 a a GET OUR PRICES came-Monday to pprsonall tender the I was consummated this week. Captain
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i;governor his resignation. IJ W. Whiddon. of .Arcadia purchased "
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01t1 Calling with him at the state hose ail of the stock of cattle from M: I

ps :were lion W. A. Blount, Senator Jno. "James E.: IIendr and son. Dard. m

S. Beard, Colonel Price. Mr. Watson's ;their pasture: in the .eastern Pare u1

i clM t Marion Hardware Company law partner and :Mr. Smithwick. whois the' county. Five thousand head "I t W1JVICHJTEfl

*{ b j Hon. J. Walter Kehoe's law part cattle will be turned over to ('al'l,I il,

rii R ner.. Xo one but the governor seems I Whiddon by the Ilendry,. and !ih.
10 know who will succeed Judge Car- money consideration will reach ?". 'iI 4adw.

r nil N !kr. and he won't tell. !I!.to'. The Ilendry family has for yt'ai ... "
r pad .ll .1 i.: f'
t -- Ibeen among the largest cattle rmKi-r \ .
of In this group each man had a dis-
south Florida but are gradually l It i ii
din i
;lIH' ly striking personality. Judge
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I i ting go their large holdings. !Mr. Hen \ Ln f"' '\ .' -'. ...- &,: '
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Carter has distinguished himself. frst i .._ }...." u : ... haw l
,.. tfar :;dry and son retain all the beef cai- > w '
:a c lawyer of marked ability anda (I +, -
I DIRECT FROM 1 OUR DISTILLERY I[tie. and propose in the future to deal;: a + f' .,...... I
.. l a jurist of the highest order. As a exclusively in beef cattle! having one S. .')", \.. .._... ..L L.ver 4)I. .
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r I 'I.I s t man lus; character is unblemished. Mr. :of the finest pastures in the r4 Bloiiui!! served in the senate the last I I \0 Ii- 4. loP,
!| raising fine beef.-Fort !dyers
t trii Flj i-.vo! Ipnns. He is first and always a. Will Stand
WILLOW DALE Press. 4v U-loading.
to ;Iolth'd! gentleman! : and is not only I I II I, r,
E Fb. F'' a' ihi' heart: of the Florida bar but is I '
f! A Valuable Lesson. They
Always 6ef
OUt.If the ablest lawyers in the { The Game .'

mil i't' ONt MUM': ', a man honored and beloved I lesson"Six: ,"years writes ago I John learned Pleasant a valuable, of ... '"

t' I it ti r throughout; the south and who is :Magnolia, Ind. "I then began taken 1 I .-t,;' For Sale Everywhere.
t + worth of the highest honors. Sena- ;Dr. King's New Life Pills, and fix tY: ..4f9 .,
i I take them the better I fnrt l
du longer
l \YHISKEY t'I. I Brd. brilliant and handsome, af-
them I :' They please everybody Gear
P ;.'r !thv type of The south. Mr. Price, lanteed at Tydiags & Co., druggist-.
hrbla affnoitand pleasing in manner. Mr. .I "- -- -
Smith a'': The Madison Reporter puts it U.'-
cl" clever at repartee. with
1 FULL j935 EXPRESS nun imUiant as his auburn hair, and ;'way: "No, Brother T. I', ttfe drainau.

4 Mr :Vil-on.; : well I have so recently !I is being carried on in defiance of >m
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did QTS. ,- PREPAID de'-c'-ib.' ',1, :Mr. :Milton that I will de-]land your friends, not in defiantof Jl1L' 'S :
si' ', :the people."-Pensacoia Journal. Tht! !h- t :

Send us *..S5 and we will ship! i you in a plain .. .' paper advocated drainage and did it' d tt .
X: ,1:"atmguished caller the "
.t cot cse1.th no marks to show contents {ocr_fall at most conscientiously bat when ;.h.- I' ; r j j
quart ot WILLOW DALE RYE, express:: prepaid. v atehouse: several days before the ar- 1' "
:i 'ri Try it and if yon don't find it all right and the rrtal! of these gentlemen was Hon. T. people! pronounced against the propo ,' .... ..- \
1 lest you ever tasted. send it luck to us at our expense Jennings, probably the I ition it bowed to the overwhelming ... "
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next governor I \: _
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and your 5J.S5 will be promptly refunded. of Florida. All verdict with as good grace as post 0 f ';:I \ .., I .' ': )
Florida
over people -! t ...
r Isn't tlidt a fir offer? is absurd that I ih,- 1 .," "
be. so it to say ..:' --" ,- r .
are waiting with interest for Mr. 'IOu; I
Remember
distillers when hay
we are so nu ,, '
: j 1 L from us you save the enormous profit.of the >r fir 'ers and avoid all chance of adulteration.ou ...:" t project only in defiance of I the : : '
but
JM be a candidate, he rema'ns on- ti ; IJZO
i 4 sure of getting our whiskey just as it comes troin t!T '. vow and its friend and not ;
I I our distillery without being tampered with in anwar. >' committal. as tin deli: -ca of the people. Thl i-- a. r.
i jt 111MACON.GA I jl 'euniiiss is one man who wouldmane It\\\- -
I If yea prefer corn whiskey, we will send you a great personal sacrifice to I.mighty good way .however to mak" .
four full quarts of our ALLAN SINCLAIR'S CORN i ik noW: rhroffice of governor." With Mr. friends for the TimesUnion.One !)j t ,
WHlSKEYforS2.80expressprepaid.: You can't I -- ; '

t1 I I j 3 any buy a price.better corn whiskey from anybody else at the lenninss Savannah; was Colonel Gordons Gordon, who ,was one admired of! of the largest African poiui J. i: i. I Doz

MAlI 0'1 1 i { Our guarantee of perfect satisfaction or nicney to practice in the supreme!noes ever brought to this port wav t:' D U RrJ 'vi
( : refunded goes with every shipment we make. You captured yesterday from the yacht
fluKea I run no risk when you: deal with us as the owners & our' TtPsctay.Colont'l! Tammie Traddles the fish weighing .
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ii i of our company have resources of a million dollars J I $12Cl9
tA 35 pounds. It is predicted by fihtr:
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roe r and will do exactly as we .
say.
YIf7 CREEKUuSll ] P. Williams and Mi>_
ti i I n'en that this fish will stand artcod. a i
s THE SWIFT CREEK DISTILLING CO.. Williams of Savannah. have beeen

.. casterct9 MACON, GA. inert recently and are arranging to .-Miami Metropolis. I CHAS BLUM & '
,, OwDcn of Registered Distillery No.29.. Swift Creek, Ca. I take extended I COMPANY
f an trip through the The governor's mansion U n'1\\ ,

\i ,t ,we;t with the hops of getting Colonel! nearin I' comp](>tIou. Jacksonville, Fla.

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Jt '*iv-v 'The Central National Bank to Be Clos I
1l A Romantic Marriage.A STICK TO THE MOVE MAN
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ed. i 'marriage "a* MriemnizeU at
Mrftr.Munroe: & Chambliss who Tampa on September lath: that ha
uwu he i controlling stock in the Central -i just been made" public and throws'I Fur the past fn das bttnV) l"I d

If YOUTOUCn I National Bank, sent out notices I about it a tinge of romance. < dlers ha"f been working thl cuuA'

Wednesday that they had obtained the The contracting parties UKV: Mies 1 11..t we veU like to want > h.

consent of the United States comp Sarah T. Thrilling of this I ami that .
: city, and nwafir they had beta t..
troller of the currency to close the Mr. Duncan
Campbell formerly a I"" careful hew they en bu.inr.*
bank. Depositors have been notifiedto member of the firm of Kline
&
: Campbell with stranwri.. It aaarali to ra-"
withdraw their deposits and that I now of Mlneoia. 'jt
that
they
lb are oempeHad to mak aMtver
no more deposits will be rece \'ed.
M The marriage wai performed by the pranH .H oar brand dw i..i-
to The closing of this bank looks likea i{Presbyterian minister of T..,.. Rev hey semi =.... out over thy r, ,n
your tongue step backwards and is a matter of:5int'ert' ,
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('has Summers. The
happy
J f" couple ,, try MIll aatniatty the** aaau *
regret to our people.At j
j spent a week at Green Springs after hate to have a ... ... ._" .t
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;' \J the marriage but the
marriage was fur their month
the Baptist Church. tun*** work au.itbfir
ALLLand V\\ 'J'
\ Rr.G. W. McDaniel. of Richmond. not publicly announced owing to parental freight sates oa two ur lb. .
: objections the bride hating: married vehicles ..
.. A, Va. arrived in Ocala early Wednesday come hip whereas .11i< >
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outside the Jewish faith. But S cal dealers hammr .emvm s tn car ,'
morning to assist Rev. C. C. Carrollin
look in the glass-'ou.; r ill see the effect- J /? .. a series of special meetings.At these objections have been overcome and iu eonaetttaa with. their .1 ',
the groom came to Ocala Sunday and bttsinH. ... .
which > ti .. them I.- *
t. You can't makes I eleven! o'clock :yesterday morning I
help puckering:; you pucker s V ; he gave a very fine talk and last I received the parental bl....... vie pric*-. that h> \I"'4dJ.r ...... ..'
think of it. S ff !I The bride and groom left Monday lord to met on 'i l.'t' ti,
to 't "
tasting \ I night preached a splendid sermon.: He j ji I
|II for Sanford and will go from there 10> .. .
i is buggies UMR r I" j and |
By the use of so called cheap Baking; A1 4 \ II f 1 : delighted a charming with preacher him everyoneiz St. Augustine where they will spend iVWitt county and w. heard t ,

Powders ake this Alum II l : These services will be held twice Ia. week and will then prolong their ;romptnmt. were uuawfaw* /kilns f .
you puckering, injurious : ( !f / ? daily-every morning and evening trip down the East Coast and i.farmwv i who touxM. from :'hem I>>,.
will be at home at Minneola March Ut It, ., tatbrat ,
aeai'mea of
right into your system-you injure digestion t k / a until further notice and we some \> lnt '
if t hope that the attendance at every service I The bride has been living In Ocala t j Ji peddlf itu pwt a late pair of huf
and ruin your stomach. \i\ l will be very large. '!since her girlhood days She> was for !tail a cheap ....,. Who.h.. .*> a' .
N !'a time a clerk for Messrs. KIN I.u.......m to make a trade wt t4>nibaneet >.
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j Campbell where her good qualities ,., ., ih '
AVOID ALUM Mr. and Mrs. Arthur Hardaker, of *) bead MM w I' ithusr
Man el. left Wednesday for Tallahassee -I were- made kn'>wn to Mr. Campbell'and I than* lataatiai ittt., to show hu. i ian
1. the spark of love was immediately and
S .Mr Hardaker will appear before I Ira ". artlri.-' 'h.
I Kindled and became so iattase that buaxymg Is Of
the railroad commission Friday rear.the" tsrsu.y. .
on !
iip& even the difference in religious faith MIl thtai tae oiaeff part 11"
SUI plain to let that body know of the
( hardships that the Martel Lumber I failed to quench it and an usual it overcame I in keesMkf with taw shaHi sad U t.reMevei ..

" \ company has been laboring under for I all obstacle and triuia hM at + of het hard ,..ea.- mm* Mi ,.t
0 the altar and made two hearts heat as #aitt
'" the past several months. He is fully
. lone. ml,, $1.. .... .. .,..Jjlllot
make
clear
I BAUNG prepared to a very case
RI'V \ before the commission, having in his I The good wishes of this paper an-j I you fray. eae ofaf thew,. burke aad i .t#

LP@WDR possession all letters and telegrams extended to the loving =,". aids a year ate eelkfie ....I.t t h.

:, passed between the lumber company I. WfiIft-sa .has hors. the caw, Hi n," "

: .md the railroad the number of cars Mr. F. J. 0'u..... used the mast I.thp ... MMIesiss-y'ou irttt. a' r.T500ne f'
Royal is made from pure, refined Grape Cream of iartar-Costs more applied for and the number received I{extensive turpentine operators instate the, !; ; there -ESilta- a. tonal MAM I'

i i than Alum but you have the profit of quality, the profit: of good health. t the number of feet of lumber cut and and vhu has several times boas ?:i ,S'i'tter thus. glis. hew )<... t
t1-! number of feet still on the skids tried (and as many times ac4jttitte.1i ,'aact your tool flesh to kept H. .. h.

Jo ant','! in the yards. ..Mr. and Mrs. Har- before the Tnited State courts in '... root tementh ., sir. If yea htq .of .
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.', .irJ .V. tT; ; I Jacksonville '..r) toy thsi is herO '.... d.,
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I .._ ,"" !ak r will remain in the capital city on charge* of peonage.

_._ _____.__ ._ ___. -- 1'n __ == for several days and will combine I:.was a pleasant caller at our user ( rt. '''fl:.',..... "A. 'J'. r iwMi.
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';pleasure with business. Friday. The evidence again Mr. ,..., rh.' t' a :
i MISS \rall..r \VaraiK:", tae t adatl' Bacielo--+ Taxes. 'ft ...hi'OUti g h"f. Mat-! I. '" '
.J. jO'IIara was almost 'identically akt< '
: ,. IIi the ('t>II!'i at l'uru ('lilll1ry. Tut! p{ :.up.'-i,a '<_ ;lilt nach'?lors is ;, ..tf.:' \ '.'
i the lines of the tirade *
I The Thai: Zachery Ccmpany. i made in !h'
. .llId t' Bo&'A'tll.! who has hen tax ,;anracnn-r more air ration a? the mo- i i iNew York Herald b>' pawn -- 'ftlrehw: 'a!. u.tI'.'

r of that county ever since its i ".aw on L,armgand this tis the Messrs. R. L. Singleton and P. J. !;ing himself "an escaped white : .! .t. II .-. .'1b'l' ,
"y i ion, were visitors to Ocala Wed- iiient than r t t' subject of uniform .
| !'Theus of Wa>cross, Ga., who have .reference to which wa n,a t. I"' t I I"u.u'
JIr.. laws on marriage and divorce. In at | few .. ., bi- I '.
!I1 !been in Ocala for the past days, [these columns Friday m',rni. -
i least six states revenue bills aimed at ',on Wednesday closed a trade with i i!charges against Mr O'Hara ,tillers i 'HUH "'I' In .' i*'

family. i l j jh .Joy Line steamer Larchmont I single men are already in sight. In :Messrs. J. A. Pitttman & Son, where-{ are to absurd that t' : 'III h. r .. I ''in* I in1am '

i (i from Providence, IL U to New half a dozen others such measures ,;by they become proprietors of the !, that an indictment wa tale't., hit et It i
.* I went to pieces on Block Island are urged by petition or otherwise.- I ,
Dr. | 'i furniture store for many years conducted .even in the exparte evidu."r.t' )cHI ?t t.
was .. / I Tuesday at two o'clock in the World. by the latter firm. :fore the ranil-jur Heca- : 'L( l. a

nesday. I l! after colliding with the i The new firm is composed of Messrs. of tht witnesses atnun*' ',: 1.1; I. lttf Ilk I

i I Harry Knowlton. It is es- W> had a pleasant call Tuesday from : :Singleton and Theus and :Mr. D. S. ';tZachery. he had to clip r U'," n' h> h I t

Mr. !! that 181 lives were lost. I t'tr. W. J. Mixson. of the firm of Mix- :; also Waycross, and will I j ing in water four fr il<" i nIl "I,

Candler. (! I son and Vida! These young men be known as thej Theus-Zgchery com- e\idenc- against: *. vn tt '"

itors to i!I mother and baby elephat drink have recently purchased me commissary : ]pany. Messrs. Theus and Zachery will 1 ai.: Miid. Mr < I I i.i I. s i ')& '. ..I ti T '.t i"

; at one of the public fountains interests of the well known Kib- conduct, the business, while :Mr Singleton ,aj'>'"t genial I In.' .! : ,-d m.<' t I. .
morning attracted consid- Bros., and Port .u', i m .
Ocala i ler at laglis Inglis. will continue his furniture 1J 1- stinted men :"if) tit: 1 -

rUWIi: !' ittenticn. For each tremen-j|Mr. Mixson was with the Bible Bros. :iness in Waycross. the last m< n I.... *. ., h. u II, !. .

n he | animals they seem to have a '{five years and Mr. Vidal was with 1! These gentlemen have had years of :,1 would Lav {h: :&.. '.r i ,ri '!ICI v ..

ray of quenching their thirst j hem three years, and are thoroughly..[!experience in this line and as soon P.S ]ment woul l ha. < <{ f
Jl Mr. J. they finally get there and we sup' !''familiar with the extensive business .things can be gotten properly in shape I\charge of t ii' >n.'.- fur :. t tit i* r n u'- itI
"- .ay that is all that is necessary. ,j built up by this enterprising firm and''they propose to hare one of the hand- C'r luf'I .t t t. 4s .

+'fI few ) II indeed they helped to build it up. Mr. :i somest and most up to date establish- .i I. -.- -. lsn: .r '
home Gilman WiHiams and baby. Mixson is pleasantly remembered by ments in Florida. Many new nods '\ i".S 1< it. ,
C. E. Herrick and daughter of Ocala people as inn city: was once have already been purchased for the !) .i.cg her lecet.
Mr I River, and :Mrs. Herrick's f his home and he made many friends ,establishment and will be on sale as 1;yule the local e
$ of Miss Maggie Dunlap. of Gaines here. Both are admirable young men .soon as the orders can be sent out by :f Ocala I met Mr. Claude Hatl..1 N ant f '
Ga., were a pleasant party spend- boy on the start :1.< "f I" Ie t- ".
i Mr. ) and it is hoped that they will make a :the factories. (
for the Tuesday in Ocala, guests at the record in the business world even I We wish the new firm unbounded I'ithe foreman of the ThomaHUi:. i 'ha' t .. t f". ,
Enterprise and .. doing ti"'II!! \i, .
a House. They had as their guest Thr, f ...
greater than the phenomenal firm they :success in our midst. I II II t
Mr. dinner Hiss Sara Harris of tais succeed. The Banner will watch their I i| leaving St. Augustine e\era,< .. < Jh tho '. I" d' ttaiu -
ago be travelled all over ih I .. ." "
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Levy career with interest.Mr. I New Buildings. t If.. r
I Ii |into Canada but after seeking .. M ., .
section I Ocala continues to make progress as't 'I. : ..iaiit '
> you want to see a young New James W. Sanders, of Eearlyj(along building lines. able location for many mon'hr : .:'"'' r. 1 1t

visit the Anti-Monopoly Drug Bird, was shaking hands with his; !; Mr. E. E. Converse who recently tided that no place was HO JtlU"I ..I ..... ..uMrt .
Those and seethe beautiful soda foun I the south so returned and l'.i' 'I i tThotnasville. ..
friends and taking in the sights Tues- purchased the J. W. Sanders place is' r r "I.
imply No fountain in New York is any day. He has recently disposed of: !putting it in thorough repair, andhas His mother and im ., ..1'.... .. I ( 1 "I.4a .

fact if or more up to date. Then af his home place in Ocala to Mr. Converse ; placed a new fence around it. ter Sarah Haines are thin;: '. :. ft.. 'ar. .. I ,

have s Independent.'l.seeing it come and see our type- but has retained his lot opposite j |j Mr. Ed. Carmichael is about completing :I him and are all wt'11.h-- I t.: tb II .. r' ., aut ;. our I.

-ee machine-just the same as and expects to erect upon it two or : his new residence on Fort Haines was married Iit".ral! rt I'U-.J. it. I'H.. N 1s'tit ,

r used on the New York Herald, three handsome cottages which he I King avenue and it promises to be'I t ago and lives in South Carotid 'he' 1.1" ,;Ia 1.1I h ,(rear .

i' Mr J. and American. Yes we are I proposes to rent to white tenants. Mr. I j I one of the largest and finest in the ..r r. "" I ... .. I t... \
'tV'Pl'Ot p and what there is of .us is on Miss Sara Harris returned -.
Sanders has a fine farm and knows city. The inside furnishings will be t. n.o n .. -
; -- ( line with the metropolis. I how to manage one. He is said to "exceptionally excellent, and the Tuesday morning from Thuaiayv tth.u. .' 'II' ttk ) ,

'\ was have the best stock you'will find anywhere ;,building 'will be a credit to any city. Ga., where she spent two week i ua .1 .' t

A ... J. M. Barco, whose name has and has learned the secret of I. Mr. Thomas who some time ago (very delightful was as the Burst \.ftc.-. .5 e t !
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Mr. favorably mentionel by a large keeping his bins, barns and smoke- 'purchased a lot near the residence of ii Misses Margaret" Lucilea '.

ville a of the press of Florida for houses full of the good and whole- !Irs. C. C. Todd, on Earl street is and Mrs L P. Driver T, r.. hew c. .. .

the city or commissioner of agri- some things that keep the machinery placing;' the lumber and brick on the __ M1 J t

his ', was in the city Wednesday of life in motion for both man and li i i ground and will soon begin the erec- Cautten. TU"." ins .. h.
was looking delightfully pleas beast. Besides all this he has the: I;tion of a dwelling. I Imitations have been placed IIptM S(., c ta' .
I the market so closely resembling Ail
lIe is extremely popular and richest deposit of phosphate lands in L i j Mr. G. W. Marshall who owns one .1,cock's plasters in general appearance t t./'r 11 ia' 141 t Iic .

Misses manners always suave and agree-'ithe] county and some day if you will I!of the prettiest lots en Fort King ave- I as to becalculated to deceive. It is. !!, Cdr ,, r" rh

ter tend to make him so and he I keep your eye on him you will seejsee ,nue, contemplates putting a building! however!: in general appearance only :; n I : II" ..t'a
burg friends readily and if he makes him unfold himself into a million- !Ion it immediately,' and it will be in tthat! they compare with AUeoeV for ,. krt' I Hnktan
II i they are not only lacking in the best
again race for either of the offices nam- ,aire. i keeping with: all he residences on elements which have made AUeock'st l .II,,' .. ..at" ,.
South opponents will have a foeman i I;this hand-,roe avenue. !so efficient but are often harmful in .... liacl" f. .
-t The Infant Son of Mr. and Mrs. T. K. ,their effects. Remember that Alkock'i .
r of their most strenuous EfI ; Captair Johnson, a new citizen from I Mr. T. Livingston Dead. i;':Atlanta, has purchased what is known i i.are the original and only genuine pu-t t' :. .ta. I '
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jrous plasters-the best external remedy -
some J. H. has received 1 ,.
Col. Livingston as tne Bangs place on Lake Weir ave- : known-and when purchasing !I't-h.: .. 10 :
place of I I attempt was made about dark '.the sad intelligence of the death of f nue, nc.L.- the residence of Mr. Louis {plasters the only sat way !* 'to Insist rn'"

he took : night to burn the high school! !i the little son of Mr. and Mrs. Thomas Lang, and: will erect on it a very i upon having Allcock's. -- -. -

and his ;. Shavings and trash were :K Livingston at Salisbury Md., at' handsome residence and expects oj I Tlllnma if, :n M : Jf II.

cerning under the primary building, I![eleven-thirty o'clock'ednesday morn- :fit it up in fine shape. i The late grand Jury of HillRborougbcounty baa been i>!.ctee su-i \ 4/damaa 1.

is a wooden structure and the ing. The little one was seven monthsof ArnoLj vt'.<:r improvements going I: of which Hon. D. H. Yancev ..to go 'heWhn *,ut. UN. ,

Mr. I barrel emptied by the brick :. age and was named John Henry for :on in the city might be mentioned II I was foreman, sniffs graft in the fi iI I i,der sun, and Coh. the pistol man '

11 *ho : i and both places set on fire. his paternal grandfather. Col. J. H. ,Mr. F. ('. Tones Dr. W. H. Powers, I':penditure of the J400XK bond money ; added to this trio tae lanats wit' .
o '.k lands in of this city. He was sick I'I'i and strongly urges a thorough showing I '
Livingston
the fire was discovered ;Dr. Walter Hood, Mr. J. W. Crosby i +tJn to l.xA the a "the.*.. 1'
' to sec ; the building caught. Why any ,for only a short while, his death be- :'''sTitl others who are beautifying f- I by the board of county commissioners -(then th#re H a possibility tan* R..,'"

I and Is a I l should desire to burn school ,,ing the result of acute indigestion. ]!properties by surrounding them with I by the employment of an expert !volt may yet lead m the. aretlmtr tf.,'
The Ocala friends of the 1 i accountant. We hope that a thorough
Mr. is beyond understanding. j young par- stone fences. ; New Ywrk-hMUltla Jievsal.
was in [ school building is one thing in ,lents sympathize with them in their be- examination will fail to develop

all Leesburgers take a pride i, reavemenL '| The fire yesterday morning was at the condition of affairs the grand earmarks.See .
to a j ,
a more efficient set of teachers ; ',p public school: building in Miss jury apprehends. We are tired of that longhe****. rassjeri enap"

'f I be found than those composing Kill the corn and pea "ee 1' an* Sarah McCreery's room. The damage graft in high places. Craft graft Loefc u if Le aright hare been a

, Ao i faculty of the Leesburg high thegopher by using Carbon Bsr.I vas! very sight.' The fire was caused graft; eternal graft! seems to be the I roost at one time.

.j rccoain .-Leesburg Commercial. phide x ; 25 cents TYDINGS & CO. I|I by the stove. besetting sin of our age. i I Looks aa if be might te a poet DO".L. .






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THE OCALA BANNERFRANK A WORD TO OCALA PEOPLE. EVELYN THAW IN COURT, ROOM.!WHITE SLAVERY IN FLORIDA. OOOOOOOO _

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iI I Dorothy Dix, in tho Atlanta Geor-i i i Mr. Chas. W. White, 'of 17 Battery ,i,0I

:.) .. HARRIS, Editor.P. Messrs. Lopez & Company have i, gian tells of the piteous appearanceof Place New York city sends us a I

V. Leavengood Business Manager. placed: on our table a box of cigars i j jf.f Evelyn Thaw in the court room as clipping from thee\\ York Heraldof I 10I

l. their own manufacture. ACe say j follows C which Don't neglect cough.
: February gives a most I your
it in all candor and truthfulness that
i In good truth a more piteous figure distressing account of the "Brutal i

;' they are the most delightful "productof I than the little chorous girl and artist's Peonage in Florida Camps by an Escaped I

1 the weed"" that we have ever enjoyed j model could scarcely be imagined White Slave:' Statistics show that i in New York City

and this is the opinion of others !

tLRn&:4 A'ho are better judges and more experienced 'I! Gone was even the bravado of. The Herald says that the story of I : alone over 200 people die every week (rem t

cheerfulness and nonchalance she had I!j tho "escaped white slave" excited ....Ji
I smokers than we are. I
been trying so bravely to keep up for I| the inttnsest: symapthy so much: do consumption. -c.
I II \Ve; want to say a word right here. i i
I 'the past two days. She came into ][that one of the city's tender hearted
There are enough cigars consumedn i
I'i court looking like a flower that has !women lawyers volunteered to rake
Ocala to keep fifty cigar makers' i +
been beaten down in the ground. Her i his case. And most of these consumptives ,net

oon.->fur'y employed and if the peapie f ;' saddened with and A single from the
: < was : weeping I extract rtiuarka-
'< of Ocala were to confine themsel-i: j had neglectedwarning tiM :
,, ''!her eyes red-rimmed and swolllen :her i j[:ble story told by this party. ;vho was 14 be living now if they not

-- I.vr.i to Ocala made cigars these mini- face showed white and wan, under the I i the victim of such brutal peonage .
}
rr Motto: The Banner, believing those bur of men could find constant emI : I cough.
I black veil in which she tried to shroud i will give some idea 01' the monstrous I I
at the top well able to take care of by went in our city and the money \ +
I i it.: She had seemed tad and miser- .and absurd libels that is being pla- I
themselves, has taken its stand in the I paid out for cigars would like "bread I!, i I i! .
able before, but appeared absolutely I caded in the great metropolis newspapers -
J barricades with the common people j cast pun! the waters" return again'i j : o You know how quickly Scott.. .
j crushed, and as if there was no spirit of the country to the injury
and its fight will be made for the bet I[and in i irs rounds would benefit every' I .
:; left in her. Her position is indeed a jof our people and state. : > Emulsion enables to threw elf a
.' '. terment of those at the bottom. iI i brai.ch of trade.Why # you
I' jfolorn one. Deserted by her own family I Listen to this statement: .,
"--- i ? /t
can't we do this
'FRIDAY7 FEBRUARY 15, 1907. in her hour of need, neglected by I i L "From Friday until Monday of the! I llr;! cough or cold.
:Mr. Charles) Peyser, who has beena i !
i j her mother who did not scruple toi|:first week there was no ,work bur !

r The Catholics in the Gnited-St !e I manufacturer of cigars in our cityi i'share her loaves a,d fishes when the !!I the sales at the grocery were kept i* I

for has made such an excellent ; } ALL DRUGGISTS; 50c. AND Jl.W.
some -
years ii Ii
.
i
now number more than 1J,600unn.The :;
:" I girl was one of the footlights, and I j jup.: At four o'clock Monday morning

'1/ 4I __ I reputation among those toi i openly antagonized by her brother, ifj negroes i routed us out of the cabins 19 O OOOOO O
t : whom he sells cigars of his manufacture :
Bailey investigation costs the
uer husband's family turn from her and we were made to walk two miles

".\ state of Texas $;;11,000 per week. that they stay by him from i I she will practical! stand alone. .to the work. I had to take a keg I 1I 1I I 1------------------ -- -- -

year to year. I She is not fitted for standing alone. weighing eighty or ninety pounds and i I EVELYN THAW'S STORY. | Taft ini Cuoa
One of these patrons some time ago I
Senator Bailey, of Texas, seems to I II
'i'j iSh-? is not one of the women strongin wade into the swamp with water up i.
i I
went to far off Alaska but he did not ( 1 .
be supremely and superhumanly hu mind and body, intrepid in soul ',to my waist, stopping at each tree I The testimony Evelyn; :'\c bit Bishop Candlri b41r

man. Senator Bailey as he is. is: not forget the fragrance of Peyser's j j Cuba and laugh at M r, ., r- .
J.
their
[that nature designed to fight to let the turpentine drip into the Thaw on Thursday would seem to settle

the Senator Bailey that he was. "Grand Royal" and Mr. Peyser got an I[own battles. She is a frail little crea- keg. When the keg was full! I empt I in advance the verdict in this celebrated work over tl t i- i tell 'I. : ,<

o-r.er from him a few days ago to ship !i
t ----- -- ture, as much created to depend upon ied it into a tank:' I and sensational case now on example:

Lyndhurst. \VanamaUer's beautiful him a box by mail. the mistletoe is to lean Pine don't !1 Secretary Tn n.; hi- a ?
1C some one as trees run turpentine !!loa i trial in the metropolis.

1I country home, has been destroyed by Now we have a cigar manufacturer i upon the oak. She was born to be ; barrel would discharge water with.1 1Vhfther! the testimony is entirely pacify the situation Ill/It. pn !, .,n, ,*

fire. His loss is estimated at l,5fN.'>- with a well established: reputation: sand I! :f disturbances and .
;'. taken care of, to be loved petted and !the faucet turned on but exudes the true or not, we have no means of KMto in.- > > .s
I f another firm that is bound toi I I
000. i han some one else smooth: her pathway 'crude turpentine drop at a time and I:kaov.'ing. Skilful lawyers, long train in the mind of ww- tlMj'i" ..r.6b1..
make a reputation equally as good.
't --- I I in life. Her helplessness is as to fill a keg the size given by this ling, thorough preparation with the of a profitable lniMiies.- 'd ,

And now comes the informationthat They manufacture several brands of'[appealing as a little child's and now "escaped white slave"would require !;arts of the actress might do much to ample he gave to each iBMirr.' I' >. '>.

the adjutant-general is overwork cigars-brsnds sufficient to suit all |that her brief hour of sunshine is over !about ten years. 'give the impression of perfect sincerity horse be had muton wnM )h. .. II

t ed. His looks however, does not in- tastes so why cannot the people of 1 .! out against the go< raiucm ..
[and she flutters about frightened with Besides pine trees do not grow in to a carefully constructed nar- : nq.
s Ocala resolve to buy all their cigars : I
J'/ dicate it. j[broken and draggled wings one forgets water waist deep. i rative. ing to reimburse the oriKiin ').r>.
>
from these firms and thus start a nucleus -]
... : -- --- ------ all of her follies and her sins, and feels I I The whole! story given by this irresponsible But whether that testimony be true for the animals bus tall n t
here which may lead to the maKing i I'
The Jacksonville
Evening Jletropo- I for her only a vast compassion. Poor party and printed in a .or false it was most admirable andskilfully "A gentleman In th.afug"-

\. lie confirms the story: of the fall of of Ocala a great cigar manufacturing whE'l'11 he says "that he hail a tun anus!
i mtle butterfly, broken on the I {respectable newspaper would put Bar- | rendered and its effect cannot -

a 'I.: snow in Jacksonville last Friday."Salome" town? l lot fate. on Munchausen to the blush in his I' be overestimated upon an American on his stock farm fur duet, 'I") ,<)

t ,- When Tampa started its cigar industry
--- palmest days. .\ jury. The story rings simple and $,Mi. A negro hltl!k his W : .t
and the Thaw trial'was
it donated lands to Messrs. Thor
I What's in a Name? It is passing strange that newspaj.j true, and the almost girlish simplicity away, and now h;.- 'HI-/ an.i.r .n 'rill
t too much even for New York all in and others, gave them bonuses, relieved I .
.
I I pers like the Herald are so cheaply .|and youth of the witness, we may IH poysfssion. and di.- urban. ,>.n.
the same week. them from taxation for
a num-
g Carrie Xation says: "I am a remarkable imposed upon whenever any south- :>!sure, added a thousand fold to its impression 1 cannot recover hip )jtnipert.1 _'. *aadequate
---- be" of and in other induced
7r years ways -,. ( woman Notice my name. 'Car- em state can be given "a black eye.' ..: upon those who heard it. i![ payment fur tux .. >- M.Iset's .
) The United States: authorities are
them locate in that
to city. Up
)1. ; :iry A. Xation-doesn't that strike you and absolutely refuse to form a correct If only the description of the ajun-j! : his horse t'n day < .a,., H
after the trust" in Savanntli. I
"turpentine -
to that time Tampa was scarcely ; Boucle II
:as remarkable? I carr a nation. opinion of our people. ments of Stanford White were true j the animal
", ))r. Walter C- y :.sinn 13 one than hamlet not I
t more a property was
I i Again, observe that my initials spell,, Why is it? :j i and nothing else remained it would !I This is only ODt. of Intm1r <' '"r .m

I )' : of the principal witnesses.. ne.tr so variable as property is in I'c A :\.' That means power, abiltiy !I Xo southern newspaper allows itself '.serve to establish Harry Thaw's victim liar cases where m n i.rofij.'.1 I h. 14!' .

-- --- Ocala but from the time
ttIi today dating i;through God is granted. me. If you to be so cheaply imposed upon :; as one of the most accomplished orders. Of course t'1.''''- .. --4
A young Japanese so wealthy as to of Ybor's there I i
larding Tampa put on .know your bible yon will recall that by "cock and bull stories" that area '.luxurious admirably equipped rakes I feeling between ih. (men .t... .. '!u
I be called the Rockefeller of Japan, is life and today is selling
new property
; (passage which speaks;: of a 'nation b calculated to discredit the good people :,and libertines in any metropolis or any property and those. w tin It*; \ .. i<.
a student of Columbia College. New for $l,1411. front foot and its
r York a prospects |ling born in a day: The stones shall |of any northern state. iI j i ij !country in the world. the latter feel kindly t'H ar,tM!" I Ian

city.Governor are brighter than any other ''A-'in the bible says: 'The stones shau'sr i j A widespread opinion seems to actually -i "What business." the public may ed States which r....fIb.'t. n". rl&*
-- --- -- --- southern and the
l Northern, of Georgia is city general traveling ;. out. I was the first one to throw j prevail throughout the north i j well ask. "had a married man of family of the rubbers in th<* toh'lI! jIIlIHr'\|
that Tampa will in :
t public predicts
preaching the gospel of "peace, law I frocks at saloon mirrors. The stones !that the southern people not only need j jj for a luxurious home of his own. The revolution wax a ", '''I.tltl'' '>u,i

and order." What a great text thatis. time become the great city of the then cried out." j Christianizing r but civilizing as well. '.with apartments fitted up in lower part ness for the rebels, in vfe-n "j; :01.., .*

'J Its preaching should become imiersal. south. ,I The ignorance of conditions existing I II i.of Madison Square with the luxuries tary Taft's order It.* ,II. .."I( .!r./ .Jfc
Ocala's] greed need is factories. Let | Atlanta Joun-al BrighiBits..
\- I{in this section is: positively amazing. !;of a Sybarite, and with every ]possible of 'fun)' acres of land sad t M t. ". ,
the little ones and they The crisic with
encourage Japan
j ]present:
I
'- r T T TT T! II j I.equipment for the winning and wreck ly realized, with the ulk'ta h .1 I.
will develop into big ones and one heaves Mr. Hobson a painful quandary, "
J. When the senate has nothing betterto I Former United States Senator :, ing of women? thrown in to boot.
successful one will induce others and ,iwhether to re-enter: the navy or to, f .
do some one is sure to arise and Cockrell, of Missouri, who has been i Xo one who reads this part of the
: { in time we may become a city. convince congress that it ought to j It is said thai Colim. u ...
; expres his high appreciation of the f I seriously ill for a long time, is now testimony will fail to see in the very
p : Let our merchants buy and retail i build a bigger one. ; Flourney. of OFuulak. trout! 1\.. *
president and then swat him a few (! recuperating in Florida. lie expects: picture of the various apartments from
t i'. over their counters only cigars of I sent to allow hi* aaaw UM"I in *
t timse. ; few weeks to be able to return ;. the bed-chamber to the banquet table .
The Saufranciscoans have
( just or- I Jin a jj
; Ocala manufacture and this will be I nation with the vacant jn married man's down-town
'of this
--- I and his duties :|
-- Washington resume
D tiered SftO new pianos.ftt'r the earth- j to
; The Jacksonville Times-Union a Etarui : this circuit, be U Mrtou UMI.lAiiorntn ./ '<,,
says: | the equipment for the career j
apartment
the interstate commitjsion. !
puake even the piano has no terrors [on commerce I
We h.ive a Texas exchange from a General EIIU Ix-nti rl'lahasseu. )
:1 there will be plenty of work for the .11
., : for them.AA'e .-Pensacola :'\ew::;. If Florida had'jno of temptation and ruin which he ]i'
C town in which is established a buggy The Coloawl t h. r' Inlt
next legislature to do and that the
is reputed to have followed.!
rich lands lakes, no
sparkling
1 and wagon factory and the people of I no ;not lifting ,. i" .
any gram a
members should sit and take notice gn uu i *
up had supposed that a city that majectic rivers, no wonderful springs, And the mother of Evelyn :Xesbit.:
of few in advance of that town and county have resolvedto !jleet. He is a regular whirl um 1 p' ,..jiitivitv.
C.it i11f a things goingto I[i Stood The Clansman as long as: Xew nothing but her climate to n'colll.j carrying her daughter at the tender
buy no other vehicles except thosemanufactured .
itT Tallahassee.Rev. York!;: did would never draw the line mend her. she would be more valuable i age of 1C to pose as an artist's mollt', !i
and sold in (that town. i _
1
-- ------- Salome : before the bohemians of
.. !Ion after one night. than diamond mine to the balance irresponsible
a
s t Madison C. Peters: of New This is the way to build up a city. ,
--- the art quarter of the metropolis leaving -
of the union.
I of the states
q : York, belongs to the yellow pulpiteers I Let's determine to hold up each The Florida: Baptist asks: "Do i,
: her in their hands for hours at a
F l and in reporting the Thaw for others hands and home in I I
case patronize ;
Riches Bring Happiness? They lead BADLY
(' Hon. John G. Carlisle former ecre- !jlime.: and then finally going away tot i AFFLICTED
: one of New York's "yellow journals"he dustries. Other things being equal j
\ .: j largely I in that direction-riches enables tary of the treasury under President i! >ittsburg. with her daughter, scarcely ,
I : \ finds: himself in a most delightful !don't let's send for anything that
away a to buy things that ,
< I person Cleveland it is stated is soon to be !half way in her teens left under thi-

at ; atmosphere. I can be purchased at home. Let's patronize very frequently produce happiness. It married. The bride to be is Mrs. Jane I II j Isole protection of a luxurious rounder

.. i i.! ---- our home merchants, our : won't do to turn up one's nose atriches. Logan of Richmond. Va. a sister of. with the reputation os: Stanford White WIT [C1fMA
\ died inl'w
bop : man recently : York home blacksmith our home I
op j because of an enlargement of the head. wagon Henry St. George Tucker. Mrs. Io- ': ;If only half of the story: of Evelyn
ops 1 makers, our home foundry and machine .
.
: -- -- gan lives in Richmond but spends Xesbit Thaw is tru,', it would surround -- --
f If this disease I ,
gets to be general we shops our home printers our The Jews in Jerusalem have doubled -

::1i know of a certain young editor in !home cigar manufacturers, our home in the last twenty-five years. most of her time in :New York;: city. I' that young woman with a degree -: For More Than Two Years -- T rift

Mr. Carlisle is 72 years old and has i of sympathy and pity for the
Florida whose condition will be alarm- ;:
Physicians Patent
Remedies OW
and Ocala will feel ---
preachers soon ------- -
j ing. Even out in California where been a widower two years. He has :small! chance she has had in life to ,
11R 'the effects of it and every dollar spent I everything Women and Quack Cures and
1i: is so lovely that it is impossible -;practiced law in New York city for i make anything with a life so little
--- -- --
will its general rounds and after
go Found No
Congressman S. .M. Sparkman has i for people to go astray, graft has the Ir.st nine years, having an office i jar guarded and so desperately tempted Relief
blessing and benefiting will find
many
got the appropriation for a new survey -. i been discovered in a state printing of- Xo. :::0 Broad street. lie is a mem-1'as hers has been. ---.-
$ I
its: way back to the same pockets
of the Caloosatchee river. When '!'fice. her of the Manhattan and Lawyer's The dramatis personae cf this famous .
I;again. But the dollar that is sent out USES CUTICURA
AND IS
0I he gets the appropriation for deep --- --- club. i I trial looks altogether in ::icI
j of the city will! help build up some
water will bbe as Congressman: Senator ---- I shadow, with the single .
or -I' Innuendo.Somebody -- --- Ii exception 01 SOON SOUND AND
WELL"I
t other community and will be lost ,: i
8parli.llIanJ.'ort Myers Breeze. : The Way 'Twas Done When We >the mother of Harry Thaw wsose loyalty -
a ,' sight of forever. suggests that Swettenham's \ .
-- I and devotion will command I'.sc:
-
Were A
{ \ Speaking of senatorial timber. Try one of Lopez & company's j I ears may be burning. Hardly Boy. :I ,
., 'sympathy and respect of the world. was very badly affltrt'ti w. itN ..
conflagration
of that
Et filII boxes ot cigars as an experiment, j extent would
wouldn't Judge Gorge P. Raney see The Modesto Herald advertises for Atlanta Georgian. zema fur more than twoar' '. ha

?, .. the bill to a "t." His profound learning how delightfully fragrant they are i:surely; crimson the southern skyline. and part.. aflectrd! were m> l hmU i+ i..w -
an all round printer, make-up i the
I ------ -- knits. I tract .
F : Courier-Journal. all tinf.h, a MMm fr
) his high character and his dignified and we believe just as a matter of ;I Advertising Doing its Work. the ,
i.! !" presman preferred. We hope the Her- j i town and tome ui lb.'ur' IIIKi' '
.,).... bearing qualifyhim peculiarly to wear choice, outside of the reasons above The St. Petersburg Chautauqua will ing towns and I alto trinl ail 'ts i*. '
be
will
But he man
aid will find him. a
Fl; ;! I! begin February 27th. ; tent reraedk-s that 1 t.*,-, ..f. .U-KK -
the senatorial toga.-Starke Tele- stated, you will buy no other. don't make all i j We have discussed the subject with all the
past forty-five. They ,j curls ad\Wi Lold *iwa
graph. Come! Let us pull together and -- --- -- around printers now-a-days. Th tendency t|[several business men and ia each case- and quacks, and found nn rvln-f whatever

1 -- j|work together for Ocala. "A long ; Colonel Henry Watterson. he whose 'have been told that business in Star!.(> until I ccmropfM*'! '...m, 11* I'uticura ,
is toward specialization, so we i S-wp, Cutk-ura .,,
.\ South Carolina: contemporary has i!'pull, a strong pull and a pull alto- :pen always has the flavor of humor have the workman divided into admen I| was much better than during January Cuticura UeM.veit.( | In ifi'.t..I.I.- i ut.ura and t

discovered that the legislature of that isetber." and there is no telling what I land the flow of eloquence, went to and others. 1S07 than for the correspondingmonth f j Remedies I found immediate ,*..".

'I Madrid. in presmen, stonemen and was soon sound and ...11 C', V.
Spain. search of
state contains few married jthe results will be. i quietude of last year. One merchant
very men. iH-ltz
lippvcanoe .. ''
All round printers are not only scarce ; Ind., :X \. i0i.
The Columbia State "looked the leg Let's make it our motto to do some- !and rest, and he reached there just but are growing scarcer. We see no !!j declared that "Starke is a better ,I. .

islature over" and announced that it [thing for the upbuilding of Ocala. jas the frightened citizens were fleeing :I' town now than ever before" A news- I -
round ,
show for all printers
: making
When we in the let's :from their homes to escape the destructive feels! the ebb and
didn't blame the girls. II get up mornings I paper flow of businJs DANDRUFF
for all round mechanics of any description j KILLS HAIR
say. "What can I do to promote Ocala's :. bombs thrown by the anar- | in its community core sensibly per-

This is the way the Monticello News !interests today" and when we go to :chists. Colonel Watterson if he wants except by the which operation the boy of an is j I haps, than any other business, and Cuticura Soap Kills Dandruff
I law by
puts it: Come across, brethren and I bed let's say. "What can we do to i rest and quiet had better spend his apprentice I the Telegraph can add its testimonial "I was trnuLI,,,.
bound four and with danrlnff
; oa
to
legally serve years :
r friends with that cold round samo- [promote Ocala's interests tomorrow" (winters in genial sun-kissed Florida. ito the growing prosperity of our town mV head .ve'r ghee IIV... tw\,
!Ih..ach
leon with the "eagle-bird" and the lady -j: Let the employer is also legally bound to ?ldIJt1lad beautiful taut ut t ,\'h4
i Ocala and her prosperity be al-! -- ---- the branch of I and county in the shape of a 14 per: i I time. The dandruff d.. >
apprentice every tr.-v.-a
i on it.Ye need the money-not (I I ways on our tonnes' end and ia a t Good Editor-Poor Shot. j cent.. increase in business for Jan- hair. I tried everything 1 couki1X my
the trade under his jurisdiction, so MSI
i the editorial "we"-We, us and family!|j I!little while we will be amazed at the j nary, 19)7.! (! We are now reaing the I, ofd I had no Ira twill"'It i..K> I

I it is. i strides she will make t! The Live Oak Democrat, of whichJ. : that, at the end of his time the boy j' jstore *'hr>re a< .. .elated .> J
I j I and tue growth : benefit for advertising done during ; and asked the
I mechanic. drujUMt if |.- kwnr
F. Sherwood is the editor. contains will be a thorough trained of
'she will attain.! 150C! and we are gong: to ail-prtis I anything; that would Lijr.od for
Think of it V t.n of cars may no",1'I ,; --- -- -- :this bit of personal information con- -Redlands (Cal. rjinrjraph. i' mp, lIe said: 'O! courw I d"r. Just

l,e run on the :.'lor. !a 'oast railway i i|I Hon. Albeit Gilchrist, of DeSoto, is 'Icerning that excellent gentlemen: and push some more du:1' it Ret:: and a cake it of Cuticura Soap. I rot
did
The farm where Abraham: Lincoln i with full confidence that 191" my hair good th* bit
from Jacksonville. iurouh said to have an income from rents of J. F. Sherwood and W. C. Dodson time I used it. My M Iooreor- 1/1.1&,,

ami to the lower end of Key Lar li-I SIO/MIO per: annum. He can afford to 'returned from south Florida last evening was born a two-column article about I show another increase.-Starke Tele i ftf couldn't keep the dandruff off the ktp"

which was printed in our Sunday is- !graph. i her bab"s head, and th h&rr
,
from the
The first train crossed become candidate for whence
a gon.rnor.-Pa. they had been : Couldn't
on a grow. I
j W8 therhad \
land to Key Largo last Friday main-I' latka Herald. Yes be can have his camp hunt for ten days past. They sue, will bbe formally! dedicated to the j ---,--- ----. ;\ cake or %*.('ura ..TBII with **. .I a v i j

Mr. Flagler and a party: of picture put in all the newspapers in had a fine time and returned in fine American people today by President |! The Stark Telegraph says the railroads I, t oldcuraabout it, anti 14t.'r tM k 1

were on board.-:Miami News. the state, and the spirits. Two deer I Roosevelt.. !i have stopped giving: the frost month, I ',tlrvre in about thin V, !
I general is a handsome were Killed by the i I Ii 't-ra attain, the c-b d', '-
Mr. i ---- -- I!warnings by whistle signals, and head was CO"PN't with hair
man. | Finney. of the j and not
,
i party while Mr.
The recent splendid! rains have said (I Dodson I Name Them, Please. 1 i wants to know why they have quit. I a sign of dandruff 1fy ..itt'rd K
caught fish in abundance. Mr. ; was thfi ('utieura
to the'farmers:; of Florida: "Get t II 'enatorRaynor aroused: little atttn- Sherwood killed r rI ; Perhaps they don't pass along un- I not past throe years Soap.old The (Fr''M ill
busy"I time
I as usual but and has s
and everything now is bustle tin!i to his recital of Mr. Roosevelt's tailed to kill .I Only 12 years ago every southern j I til the freeze has passed over. I lovely head of hair. Mr* 1.: W. :asky
a deer i
farm. It is real nice! to live in Flor lest usurpation of authority. Every- : that rose within 'senator but one was a democrat. Next i -------- i Columbus, I an., Oct. 2:i, Rio;'"'
( .,six fret of him.
ida. There is not a season in the I yodv is too busy: trying to guess what Brother Sherwood-Palatka News. year five republicans from southern I j j Florida has now a halt hundred or I:: HDIDO Compteb,."IIJfautl.Ch Eleroa!, and hem'.l T"r. t rrrr

r : is from a dry states will sit in the senate. The 01. i high school &aPL GI..aIl4A-'ttolH.....1( y...a p
:; so principals that i )10 C"UN
busy and happi- the next anystate i tk. rka. ('_ ,.. !
year one cannot get usurpation of authority will jbe j!county and perhaps I j I to heel tile Skin aNt CMU.... :xv. 0. aawt y

ness lies in the path of keeping {,u*y. -Worid. '"cro 'll" and was looking" id south" is breaking up.-East Coast i might well bo proud of.-SExponent. chu-l ,, .form I'GOioId of CIIa't Is 4 eu'. -keda..t.re,net H"r t y Ie lIa Pw'r' ,
sey .JarCMlhIHlI
"seeing double. I Advocate II (;;Ie.a. ;"T..!Qu.Prop.&M.0.11vW E..., sua.: t+t.c 1

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:r. ... I stern aspect. The most expert crimi.\ FROM FERTILE FLORIDA. A Poor Organ. I I THE SUIT OF JEFF BROWNE RE.

nologists strongly favor this method ;j Dam (s) the bile. That's what your VEALS GREAT LOSS.
liver does it its torpid. Then the bile
TREATMENT OF PRISONERS. as the most enlightened, progressive What is Going on in the Land of the !overflows into the blood-poisons: jour

and helpful in the solution of the I Grapefruit and Pine. i!i i system, causing sick headache biliousness Details Given Regarding His Cass

i great and ever present problem. The I I I sallow skin, coated tongue, Against Certain Georgia Cotton
There 500 in tomatoes at sick stomach dizziness .
adoption of these two measures would are acres fainting spellsetc. Brokers.A
DR. S. H. BLITCH'S REPORT TO THE COMMISSIONER OF "make the following all the more !m-I I Dania. Ramon's treatment of liver pills suit filed in the Federal Court
I and tonic pellets strengthens the HUT
AGRICULTURE ABOUT THE NATIONAL PRISON CON. i portant. Wtih the demand for reformatory -I II Will Filer, of Lemon City, commenced I and makes it do its own work. Prevents here this morning by Jefferson Brown

GRESS TO WHICH HE. WAS A DELEGATE-A VALUABLE I instead of retributative meth : shipping tomatoes last week. f and cures these troubles. It aids of Key West, Fla., in the namof

PAPER ON AN IMPORTANT SUBJECT. ,ods in penal institutions has come the Glenwood celery growers are busy ,doesn't force. Entire treatment 2.> Winship & Co., against Izzie Bash.
t i necessity for better prison officers 'getting their farms in shape for planting cents, Tyding's:: Drug! Store. :2.iLEESBURG'S inski. of Dublin the only sun t 1\tug

........ ....., ._ ,_ I I
III! :.r.t "" than ever befog If the lives and des- partner of the firm of Bennett A 1'0,
ACKNOWLEDGMENTS -
Ooaia. {.'la. Dec .i!', lyii jo', identificatitm wahuppo;;.>d 10 bf :,t;inies of men are to be influenced or I Practically of his season's orange j I TO SPARKMAN. formerly doing busines in that >'u)

I on it K MrLm, ('<>mmi> ,MiUf!r o:' ('urrii out of the real! 01 I'ohailii( ; .<<:-ontroed! study of human nature I crop has been shipped from Fairview i I I revealed the disastrous tosses which
I --
Asn< '!::1 i-iif. Tallahassee. [T'.a. :girt UK domain of certainty t bit it Ij i ii must be required on the part of every A. E. Chapman of Winter Garden is ,I At a large.and well attended: (board''the Dublin concern met deahr: a

;tear ,u.- -As threi-tfd lt\ >uu IIi. i is undcr. tood that the llllll'h" have "> guard-keeper or instructor who I shipping some very nice beets from. of trade meeting of Leesburg on cotton futures earlyin HMi T'! ret

the do with the ]kaudles them and not only fitness thereAt-. ,Dingle transactions involving >.,,>j
..\'- th- h..nlll to .-ubmit, a report had most to working must 1 Wednesday in the opera house, the
of my visit to tne sessions of the i of the Bertillion :system: hare found I ji] for command be a requisite but I! Bowling Green the orange trees following resolutions were unanimously I I bales of cotton were enough t!,' > a;

National Prison Congress ht-.u: in ''it! so imperfect and unsatisfactory 1<<

Uicoln, Nebraska October 21, to the I to ardently wish:: for something betji'tor. j by natural impulse and die!blooms. Whereas, II<
%lh, lfbt! :.. In point of interest, intelligeuec This something has come in the '<<
attendance and affective form: of identification by finger prints. 1'j only I in the superintendent but in his "of land at Sebastian and will plantit secured an appropriation of Browne alleges that be \\ a.UHB,

cooperation no previous assemblies :This! has supplemented tb" BerMl- i subordinates also should good qualiIries to watermelons. $15,000 from congress for the improvement I business! as Winship & Co., and! t .ir '

Y J> of the kind in this or any other !Hon system as being more :;i:, pie and .i prevail. I Around DeLand peach trees are I. of navigation on the Ocklawaha in January. 190-1 the Bennett ('ttpa

land approaches the equal of this coming I accurate. v II i Atheism intemperance moral loos-!I lin full bloom and presents a very I j river from its mouth to Leesburg and ny made three deals, in whu'', 't

together: in Lincoln of the threertpreseatatht I The modus operandi is taking impressions ]tifi-s[ and dishonesty should he aban I I beautiful sight. (placed the project for the improve- firm secured the :S, HM bales of r.' >n

bodies of which the I of tLe fingers. i iI I toned as certainly as brutality and i, Dania growers say that all truck I meat uopn a permament basis for the Jon, one lot the Dublin people lost i' 7''";

1h$ eiation is composed-Wardens- To get good impressions. a certain I j'cruelty; the lives and actions of officer ,crops in their vicinity are in a most .I future; andWhereas '!On another lot of 1000 bales ih. ,i.>

: should be models of all that we satisfactory condition. !ers made $SOO, but finaly on a 'ihrd
Chaplains-Doctors.. No great paper -I modicum of care, practice and cleanliness : I Ii The improvement of the
marked the occasion not a are needed. Unless greasy excreta -!'would ask the criminal to attaain. The The shipments of beans, tomatoes upper Ocklawaha especially! is greatlyneded lot of 1.000 bales the total lo>- was

new and higher objects now striven and eggplant from the section around $6.:SU. Since the transactions were
blank in the program. The people is removed from the fingers good II on account of the interferenceto

who promised to write or speak kept impressions cannot be had. Appara-j jI for in penal work are slowly bringing i I Miami are very heavy now. navigation by numerous snags float closed:: the Bennett Company hapud:

their word from governor of the state tus required for ink impressions are1!i this to pass in the selection and J. E. Nicholson, of Orlando, has jnst ing islands, short bonds in the river into the hands of the Winthip rod

, to modest JU nand women who only ,smooth platt of metal glass or porcelain :training of the official staff of these sold his oranges for $1.25 on the shoals etc.; and pan $QIO) in cash and there i i- -' 11;

institutions. The essentials of a i trees. His is about the last crop a balance of $;}lit u standing un ice
freed to take pan in the discussions. printer's ink sheet: of white paper Whereas, Manx citizens of lake
The great value of all the papers and and a roller with which to distribute prison! system as decided upon by the 'there. county have in past years made books of the cotton house main t

the decidedly I moral tone of all the the ink on th.' paper. The]I congress were these: I'I Arcadia so far this season has ship strenuous efforts to secure appropriations Bashinski and his dt'c'asedOrtnt'r
with the 1st. Constant employment of convicts ped over "::;,OOO boxes of oranges and The purchases were made m It.C
Wreses had much to do fingers are now rolled on the ink for the improvement of the
access of the nu-t-ting. The official plate and then on the paper with the teaching them a trade of some has enough more to make it SuO.OOO. river and failed: and New Orleans Cotton ":xchan *. Oa

and kind, avoiding competition with free John P. Nix, of Dania. has about the lots bringing such heavi.i..-st*
anti non official element, expert least pos:,illlf' pressure.: The result of Whereas; the improvement of the
I labor. 20 acres of tomatoes looking well and the tiglre't'Tl' at the purchase ir. 9*
in
views
amateur met and exchanged careful comparisons made on may Ocklawaha to Leesburg will give water
this organization to their mutual advantage taousanOs ot finger prints have: shown 2nd. Educate and awaken the mentality :. expects to plant 15, more this week. transportation for both imports 15.9s and 15.99. His cotton wa! finally

developing ideals and standard that no two sets of prints have been I of the convict to a degree that The bulk of the orange crop has and exports to a large and prosperous sold as follows: 500 bales at 14 T>

r tit excellence in prison disciplineand found to be identically am.t! except I makes him affective in labor and develop been shipped from Largo and grow- section of country adjoining lakes and 500 bales at It..:. It will b. si -

management which could sear they were on those of the saint indi his powers of reason to a point ers are paying fancy prices for all Griffin. Harris, Eustus and Dora that the market was taktt at its ta.-.

:1i ely be obtained otherwise. vidual. Finger impressions havei I where he is able to distinguish right they can get. therefore be it est on this occasion and therefore the
t : in from wrong. Rains all along the east coast last !, loses were probably as great u... iu
reliable
T The congress was organized come to be recognized as a most Resolved, by the board of trade and
I**"*, Governor Seymour, of Xew York and easy means of effecting PerI' Grd. Religious training that keeps week have been of great value to the i I citizens of Leesburg, That we most experienced on sal of such a -c"

beisc the first president. This first !sonal identification. Here is another before the mind the: hope of Christ growers. sincerely appreciate the successful I lot.
I I A bunch of grapefruitis on exhibition : I The suit has been filed for ltro
nr
in ianity.4th.
organisation was ;short lived but important factor; 'a cold is born with efforts of Congressman Sparkman In
affected 'I certain ; An intermediate sentence. at St. Petersburg that is as round I by Atlanta attorneys The cast will
i! 1SI3 a new organization was its fingers lined in a unique j securing this needed appropriationand
aBd annual meetings have been held way. The fingers grow in size throughout I{ 5th. Parole system. as a ball and contains 12 fully developed we that extend our most hearty I! not reach the attention of the court

ever nine The new organization boyhood, manhood and maturity. !!,, 6th. A system of identification that fruit. thanks and gratitude for accomplishing before some time in May. -- \ttan'..

grew out of the pressing needs of the but the pattern remains unchanged, j reveals the convict's history. Mayor W. S. Sands, of Dania, will a work that will result in so greata !, Constitution.!

tin*. Problems in crime treatment 'after: a lapse ot" forty years between I II 7th. State authority over all penal begin to ship celery in aljout two benefit to the people of eesburg
weeks. lIe is also beans Chamberlain's Cough Remedy a Fa..
which neither anthoritlc alike I institutions. shipping and Lake Commer
wen arising with I taking finger prints they were 1 rounty.-Leesburg
I of the employment of I and eggplant and has one I vorite.
In speaking peppers
nor social leaders were conifetcat in all the lines. cia!. "We prefer Chamberlain's youthRemedy
I have first to consider the .of the best farms there. I
convicts
, to deal: reforms were needed Juvenile Offenders. : we I to any other for owchild
but what these fl.forms'ert' and Low Judge Den B. Lindsey. father of the i iJu'l1ile right of prisoners to labor. The rightof Mr. Boydson, from his grove near ;1 What to Do When Bilious. ren," saws Mr. I.. J. Woodhur of

could be brought about the public ;! court of Denver Colorado free workmen with which his labor De Land, has shipped about 700 1I I The right thing to do when you feelbilious Twining. Jlich. "It has also done the
they
to since the December freeze. is to take dose of Chamber j work for us in hard colds! and croup
faril- competes. We are a unit as boxes a I'
history \
the character
little conception. spoke earnestly of
(
had but I lain's Stomach and Liver Tablets. and we take pleasure in reeommont-:
tics for gathering information for spirit and purpose of the court necessity without it there can be no They are all-firm and sound and are They will cleanse the stomach and ;! ins it." For sale by all druggistm

comparing results no organization to ;and how a spirit! of trust and love are proper discipline\ progress or reforma- bringing full pr <'f's. regulate the liter and bowels. Try it. -- -

direct inquiry, to circulate information .preferred to a spirit of fear and hate!ion or intelligent prison administration. .\ grower in St. Petersburg has a Price 23 cents. Samples free at all A big supply of sealing: wax and

or to bind th- different sections as applied to Juvenile offenders insisting We do not believe that prison ,grove of 22 acres of 10 year trees for druggists. m ,; corks for sealing syrup bottles and
effect on''!which short time he paid $22- (jars. Tydings & Co. x
appreciable a
labor has any ago
Into the united effort for the re- that the purpose is not to That thrilling romance of the ,;
II labor. How can it have when OuO. This season he sold $7.00" worthof ---- -
of crime but free -
criminal 1
methods child
()f'ffiiou of the olJ treat the as a as young woman in male attire acting''
*
it bo passed to the [ needing aid. encouragement and the product of convict labor in the fruit from his grove. .1'
I treatment but let one 1 as a bell boy in a prominent hOld) i is
that it environment I United States as compared with free J. P. Mace, Lake Helen, has shipped r *
the
re-organization assistance lirprove boy>
this
of I
.1' credit going the rounds of the press aal11.1
.labor in the same industries is less over 4,0(10 boxes of oranges since Education Mail
of | by
1* a permanent fixture, a center add to his opportunity for good, I It was first started about thirty years
I than 1 per cent. and the total produceis the December freeze, and realized I
whose assembling the! child protectn! I
"t'rn,1 influence correcting yet ago and has gone on its rounds about Ko tearing home or taiployment Co r.c u dBookkeeping. >rerobot.
i has done an'l convict labor as compared with good prices for them. They were tlare only Ip&re time I&IIdJ1l1c ii....
formulate penologicalj him. This the jail never
I* not to every decade since."Independence An1J1mct a. Algibn.Gnmmir 0euIMa7.
i dogmas but to exchange ideas e\-j I II i never can do. The law declares that the total product of free labor is only hardly touched by the cold. I ,Kbetorte. ,Sciatic,HJ*Or7..usNa.

etifnoes% and to exchange rt>mt'Jie,1 J when a natural parent fails in parnlal -I-lflfl of one per cent. I Congress has granted an appropriation T..I to pulrlamiJlatloQ.S.IOJI'I.T* *tt fcr 1111.ot.uoe.ae Te.c..td.1 eaulogitt

I which *e believe true and enduring. duty the state takes the child! Volumes could be written on the I of $118,000, part of which will for tne }'illipinos"ought .tree dddreq I I.Hll1E.l'a1aLka.11a.
of the congress, however :: be used in helping the state get rid to be the slogan of democracy,1
Prison reform, aiueloriation of laws I not branding it as a criminal but as proceedings .- -
to relation to public offenders, imftfavemeni a true parent trying to bring the this paper is already too long..1 II of the white fly which has done so I Ii II I I

of penal reformatory instittaUeoa 1 best that there is in the child. The I Again the most important features of i iI i much damage to the oranges. I i. ....................................................

and their administration, thehotter i state does not want to punish but ,!I the congress have been referred to I I The Indian River Orange Growers''i!I. .

ear of discharged: prisoners I raise good citizens. It is fudamemal j reclamation, reformation and prevention -I convention will be held at Titusville iI j i | WANT BIO C OPS THEN_ USE IDEAL FEqTILllE{ !
three. but the greatest o/j 14. Many addresses from'I j
these February
sere the loading tnJcs. The con- : that ehl'dren shall not be mixed with : I
grrs advocated the theory that the adult criminals. Education is the basis these is prevention. The Surgeons and I[prominent growers will be delivered OUR BOOKS WILL TELL YOU i

a Physicians Association of the NationalPrisoi 'and a large attendance is promised.
duty of the state Is to reform the of the policy not punishment
criminal rather than punish him, the separate, uplifting treatment and in- Congress elected me presidentof I! Capt..1..1. Beers, a prominent orange 'FLORIDA t'EGETABLES"AcornIRISI{ POTATO ES"ook on*

problem being not so much to get rid fluence. The Juvenile court deals this organization and as such I grower of Enterprise, had most 0 plete manual on Florida crops. "Soil, Seed Planting and Cultivation. -i
the annual address select of his fine of fruit on the trees Effect of Fertilizers, Digging +J
delivered crop
of the law breakers but to abolish generally with cases in which there I
:
"The Negro Criminal December freeze came. He : "FLORIDA OR.-\XOES"-Book of and Shipping.
home and ing for my subject when the
t htwlettencKK. To II'alin detail of has been a failure in the
I this address I en- six since then and : special interest to orange grow- "PINEAPPLE FERTILIZING"Ofers :
the pr.H-eedinsts;: would require more'nutter (school, however it is not the provincejof .\ copy of i has shipped cars I
will be deeply interested of them sold! at fair prices. special interest to pineapples
Li than is necessary in this report the Juvenile court to usurp the close and hope you I some :
, in its reading and be enlightened The Bradford County Fruit and Veg growers. .
but rather toE'e
. therefore, an allusion to the functions of the home I
I1. : "FLORIDA STRAWBERRIE8"-. FERTILIZERS"- :
formed at
statistics-mortuary- etablessoci.1tion was
i is as by the
moot important facts brought out will that this function performed
: requested that I address I Bradford last week with the following Booklet on "Soil, Varieties Cultivation all of our different brands<< analy :
better be done. The compulsory congress
t* my aim. roach congress: is it should I ; "
than the other because it represents school law. said the speaker is the them upon the system and method of [officers: President J. M. Turby; secretary and- Fertilization s-es. prices, etc. :

ent of the: must practical efforts ofMfent most important adjjunct to our Ju- operating prisons and prisoner and E. M. Thomas; treasurer, E. M. New and revised edition of the above just published, free for a skin jr.WILSON .

humanUarianism. veaile! court in Denver Colorado. The their management as conducted in our Beasant. The growers hope to pro

American inven- siatp. My explanation of the system mote their interests by concentrate\ i i
welesse is
( u'roor Maclvay's address of Juvenile court an I & TOOMER FERILTIZER I COMPANY
and and the emphasis laid upon our open !I action. ,
w.s a logical and forcible ar- Hon in criminal jurisprudence _
wocm. I practice. Make the prison for your I I I air life elicited from rroi. Charles n.Henderson TT. i The St. John's River Fruit Grow : JACKSONVILLE, FLA. :

I would want of Chicago VniversKty, \ers' association has men at work destroying I. :
Hr aid Nebraska had the smallest neighbor's son what you I ....... ........ ...............+.+..+.....t
ptr cent of illiteracy and the small I it to be if you could imagine your own II the following remark: "Dr. the system every leaf and twig upon : .- --

eat per cent of Inmates in her penal son were going there. The I as explained by you appears to me toj I II which the egg of the white Hy can
1 interme'I'I the- best in the world" J be discovered. If careful and conan: ;
in the and parole i lie ideal. i
.teat I tut ions of any state tmtoB. diate sentence !
awning that education aids in ,were advocated by every : I -- --- ;I II efforts accomplish anything this pest McIVE a MAC1Y
I intermediate Fins Brood Mares. J JI i iI of the orange trees will be killed out
'fc* upreuion of (crime that the certainty the association.n 511'1t'n'e I Ji I!
of punishment is a greater deU [ is one that shall terminatewhenever in Volusia count '.-New York Pro !
P I I We have just gotten m a car load: FURNITURE: DEALERSi
ofj convict has shown rea- duce News.
f > i of crime than the severity [ the brought
) m*\ I of the finest brood mares ever : i i ___
li.; that to prevent (crime we must befits i i souable probability that he will live to the state and to see them is to ad- f
at home. That environments had !'|at liberty without violation of taw.j mire them. We will sell them at j READ THE DAILY BANNER. : CARRY EVEIIITIIING IN TIE LINO tF

much to do with molding the character .1 iA parole! system renders it possibleto i iI very reasonable prices. Come and and 1
I them at House Parlor Suits
look over
I II in the Atlantic Coast Line. Furnishings j
of the: pwpl, of a nation; that asIfce : test the convict conditional. re i MARION FARMS STABLES. Changes

kOMe i. go will be its occupants. I i lease. The mission of the intermediate -!: x x Ocala Fla. i i Rugs Art Squares and Mattings. j In Leather, Upholstered ard Resd
I cbantha'e nexn announced
The following ; :
Another read advocated the : sentence is to keep bad prisoners 1
paper I named railroad Bed Room Suits | Room Suits
II in the above : Dining
practice of making sterile those who within prison walls just as muchas A big supply of sealing: wax and
outside corks for sealing syrup bottles and Morton Riddle, general superintendent In Birch I of all
are habitual criminals. imbeciles and to restore deserving men to ; Mahogany Birdseye kinds-Mohogany and Oak.
I I jars. of the second division, of Savannah
!
Mfefen Mlotits i I i i life. The delegates 'yeta unit in TYDINGS & CO. I Maple and Oak. \' *
j H. A. Ford general f-i- !'Lhina and
succeeds
CrockeryI
,
He said, if this is getting back tol I the claim that the day had been reached ; 7 ,
I II perintendent of the third division at MlSSlOn rUrnttUre i
[
htfh.H.m. then I am that much of a i!i when society is stuud\in and |I i Complete line-Dinner Sets and

"" .MD. Said another. adult ha- [l seeking the reclamation of the crim- I! H. THALGOT7. I II (Jacksonville. )Ir. Ford is assigned to'i. In all the different finishes :; Odd Pieces
'other duties at Washington. D. C.
!
Mtnal' criminals should be incarcerat9t linal I rather than his anr-ihilation. j Proprietor of the
I Ii I I N. Brand superintendent of
J. j
for life when he l./ she has proven I Many are accidental crfenders. rather i DUNNELLON BAKERY --

brad a, doubt that they will continue than instinctive or premeditative !i Is now prepared to snip Bread Cakes, j[: transportation at Savannah will succeed I All Kinds of Bed and Table Linens, Lace Curtains, Portiers
Riddle.
t \. { t te war upon all that is right andJINt'iII' I criminals and a method such as in j II Pies, Etc., on short notice and guarantees -.I E. Wootteen.. superintendent: of r: !; and Upholstering Goods
I in all
Dr. Koluier. of Indianapolis: I indeterminate sentence would be more satisfaction cases. 'I
'Give him a trial.Branch's. the Richmond division succeed!d'
Heaters Cook Stoves
irocated., e.|'a't'i3nn children who I beneficial than prolonged imprisonment. Ranges ,

Wt'H addicted to critie. an operation : When the high! and sacred End ------ Brand. jl'ull;j Line of L p-to-date Pictures, framed and unfrani*tf.! (..n>' latLj -

M U< train claiming injuries to theMoll :!jot punishment is gained punishment Cft.it'! ; --- ---- -- !;j tare Moulding. full stock I of

adherent membranes a? a :shall cease. I kno of co valid reason

aot ,.d",,-:,'nt cause illustratip.s: ,his '!why the legislature of our great state Rattiesnake >Vatelnl i 3 9d CjHDlT10Jd, '1'.A -' 1' Farm and Turpentine Wagons Buggies, Harness and Saddles

should! follow the example of other -, ---
not -
af1te4 of operation.Tie [ Only Pure Strain in United States. liLGltMAH n
follotttn was a/retnl upon by i prominent states and create theindeterminate Cartfull selected ; kept pure forty ,a .Jt."' I ,.1 Kxche: sate of the; best wagon on earth- the StudebakerAnd
fi 'tNj url the bestline of High Gracie Buggies and ( arru e
with it a-id- tf. carry very : *
I' the roaitrein. a= the cause: of crime.X : i sentence I years.0 other variety grown on A f !
of release. In quite plantation of 1,500::; acres. Pure s--ed : I' i iTrtar.en
D
parole system
S t
Ut Tendency.id. led impossible where different kindsare I, .; nik:.,. Brick. Linl.
tl'J'.
of the states where this I
number "
Bin nment.rd grown: Ioz.l5c.: _oz. 23c: 4 oz. CURE : y\ J: Building SW Points d
I I '0- i Hair. '( : OQ)
lAck of respect for Uv. plan has been adopted it has been ,tire: 1-2 lb Coc.: lib Jl : ;r.lb $I.;::;": l"It i SA.lwoShirt f1Eri5il:7 ,3ti4! : .".".' '
and pnysicalMtthodii most satisfactory in its results.It I iS.r.O. delivered. rlJ.}, .fi Flintkote
4th f.-moral : + Roofing
puvtva:: YiIST ,
identitication of crimi- gives the prisoner a new chance !i Remit registered letter or money or- : of PVf.AqS TOtt'rrtrrr-i.rt0.n: .. teRE fiftntprial I Oils I II
of : T FOB DoCASt ih stow ao A. 'scsgEatops&
der. Send for seed annual. ; White Lt'a'arni i,
jto show himself worthy of confidence.To TiMar1AJe&VI't--u'I"FJN 0 Fa9iCp I tH ate.tti'a1l ,
nab u argued; in the congress I Manual on melon culture on all or i TUCK M M'S K MOT A FOOD 3 s*.cr i scc:. rte I
Tftei ago Hr. Ikrtillion, a the man whose environment has ders. tokE oIlti .f'T7U; A.,Salt Yo!a.M'i..u. : PajMM- Alaha tiiJf and Mjruise[ Wall Paiutb.
years
)
rt
4l of his downfall it opus ?5 CENTS wswtr i anl trial. will!! be undersold and will
",. aft of Part. de>'ised. perfectedtd I been the cause M. I. BRANCH fO.lSAJf.H.liE.A\: :LI): ;\v.fA0''RrD: : at I ail :give ua S%nWt iot please joa
the courage of hope: to the ,
his systemof brings;
put before the public I I ACKtRMAH& STEW&r '
e
bodily measurements.: By this sys'tem- ;professional" criminal. proems; :a : Columbia Co. Berzelia, Ga.j Mclver & Mackay.J. .





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I OF MISS ELOYSE 12-I WHAT ONE MAN HAS DONE. REAL LESSONS OF IT. I "Why: always fight the devil with I Money in Elections. V

I'' LAR. It seems to me that the root of all 'I
of
a I fire? cries a Texas evangelist a /f/
(Written { :Mr. Henry Curtis the assistant general -I II corruption in public life is the use of '
i Under the head of "The Real Les- new school. Why not with the aid ,

\Vm. ) iI I of Miss Eloyse Izlar industrial agent of the SeaboardAir !sous of the Japanese War Rumors," of the gospel try and win him over on money in elections. The evil U not

\\'e say go< ) afternoon at three Line railway, was among the visitors :the New York American has one of the side of righteousness? "Bring the merely the use of corporations' money

The <' the residence of her: par to Ocala Tuesday. l the most pungent and patriotic editorials devil to repentence," he cries "and in elections, or the use of moneyof

Nor pause and Mrs L. T. Izlar. Our first acquaintance withIr.: t: ever written and it will appeal the danger line will be passed slid hell individuals but the use of money at

bring; :; had betu prettily! deco- Curtis was when the wild alarums of '!''directly to the good sense and pride will be broken up!" "Paul." he reminds all to influence the vote of the citizenon

B'er in our purple ribLon and .\IalI I war were yet heard over our land and lof all Americans and southerners especially us, "was the chief of tinners." election day.-William Randolph

The the emblem of the King's ''he was the same genial companionable the Banner reprints it in and "the devil incarnate was driven Hearst.Rev. .

;:I of which order Miss: Iz- and pleasant gentleman then that full and it gladly gives it its editorial out of him and he became as zealousin
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We say () :: devoted member. he is now and there is one thing 1 I.endorsement.The : the performance of good works as Frederick T. Gates has been made

:And heart !! white casket was cover- about him that makes him popularand I American says: !he once did in the doings of things steward of Rockefellers great gift of

Yet I '" flowers sent by iov- that is the glad handshake that : "President Roosevelt took an early I that were evil; he stoned the prophets $:tt:2.!iOO,000.. which is to be applied for r

tears I' 0'[ the deceased among he always extends to his old friends f opportunity to make! it Known offiicially land anathematized the Christ but outside educational I purposes. Mr. dates will

VsTiil-t (! [ cross made of violets! and the genial manner in which he : that the controversy which :" of Christ hUll:>..lf. he becaimTh (I"'t' thai this great gift 's prullf'rlanll!

years : of the valley, also sent by. welcomes new ones. :has arisen between his own country I chief pillar of the Christian tmiplr"' b -t >firialiv distributed.

We khrink Daughters. :Mr. Curtis is from the good od state !land Japan he is on the side of Japan. -, --- -- -
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j V. Atkis.son conducted the I of Virginia but he was so pleased with ;Now he has gone further officially, ;I
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f We say j i \ using the beautiful',the beautiful little city of Quincy that jand through the Washington correspondents i i \

Ae o'er a '[ Methodist church. ,'when the civil! strife ended he madeit : is attempting to apepalo':'
i; '.
Our faltf bearers who bore the cas- I his home and it has been his home jthe fears of the American people. :!: '&I/

Tho' the jO : ; last resting place were I t'ever since. i j "He asks us to believe that from "" '" S -. <<

With the i i W. Clyatt. S. T. Sistrunk, Prior to the civil! war the farmers the! White House windows a vision is
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0. B. Howse, John Tay- of Uadsden county introduced the culture -'presented of the :Mikado's warships t

As a flash Crook. of tobacco and made it an extremely seizing the Philippines and Hawaii ,

Conies a ; soul has crossed the bar I profitable crop and many and opening both our ports and public I

In heaven sea: I made fortunes in a very title while schools without restriction to the .la-,

The ; but the conflict of arms stopped its !panese. What Commodore Perry did !>

Without {' ,; evening star cultivation; the women turned farmers .in 1834 to Japan was a trifle compared I|

clear call for me! (the men having all gone to the i[ with what Japan will do to us. j
I
ANDY ; be no moaning of the front) and with great good sense di- according to Mr. Roosevelt if we persist i

i!iI dectcd their attention to the growing in conducting our internal affairs ;

i I out to sea. of stuff suitable for the feeding of the in our own interests. i I } VIi'okV

Sage of ; armies, such as corn, oats potatoes sugar "What is the president's object in I

: tide meat etc., and it is a well authenticated thus endeavoring to create
ciety a as moving seems a war
fact that no such crops ? "
j scare
I sound and foam have ever been grown since for five "One conjecture: is that he has already !

Andrew ; which drew from out the years successively, and this triumph prepared a treaty with Japan I i I
er night should be perpetuated to their M PLSUEI4Si't
i I deep memoryon and made concessions as to the reception -i

bition to be I : home.I the monument that is soon to be of which by public opinion ,

tal R'V"That I erected to commemorate their virtues.Mr. and the senate he is in great doubt. '!

i i.s, Curtis heard the stories told
i evening IH": and so seeks to excite apprehension I

to be a I that the <': :. of the phenomenal fortunes that were that will help toward their acceptance .. .
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Skibo in be no fcMr.css! of fare- so quickly made by the farmers of The other explanation is more than a I IAAA1

Peace ( Gadsden in the ante-bellum days by ol

a banquet the cultivation of tobacco and it occurred --

newspaper to him that if money could be position to the imperial will there b> ,. \

were the from out our borne of made on it then why not now? But everything threatening direful consequences!; in

"Visions was in an abnormal condition -
and Place case of continued disobedience. I

times flitted may bear me far. and the little attempts to renew "It is important, of course, that the .. \.
the Sage of its cultivation ended in failure aad R C. Smith. i' V. Ittebrrtil
,. my pilot face to face president should have his way in California Ir
tbe senate those who attempted it became bank- .
crossed the bar. elsewhere that the
as peopleof
influences rupt and heartsick and because of the state which is now suffering Funeral Directors and Licensed EmbalmersWe

become el young soul has their failures others were afraid to embark under Japanese immigration should are equipped to do the very best work and use I

which it bar. and met her in it. substitute his wisdom for their own. only the latest and best methods.
vcabbard or When at a later period :Mr. Curtis
to face, and now finds "But there are other things even
{ : was made industrial agent for the more important than that Mr. Roosevelt Telegraph Orders Deceive{ Immediate Atteitiou.

of ., Seabord the thought continually haunted : should have his wamong

tary Union / him and he finally got the officersof OCALA FURNITURE CO.
I these is the maintenance of national
ternational of The South's Advance. the company then the F. R. & X.
sovereignty and national self-respect.

regrets. He railway, to enlist some New York I.I "The Japanese are a great people, japel and undertaking parlors (;frn' North Main Street, and Ocklawa-
shortly lay ;! + the wealth of the South capitalists in the enterprise. Sampl"s.obaccco I
wonderful Avenue
a people, but they must not
velt in ;;: ,: 00,000 for every day of Iof ( were grown and exhibited be allowed to run this country or any i Day Phone No. 10. Xi l' : : -1. Dt '" and 10'f.I .

agreed j included, or a total these in the
upon to capitalists engaged
(I .
,part of it. \suggestion to the contrary
of : : The actual increase manufacture of cigars in New York ''
: coming from Japan or even he -
c gue value was $1,07C,479,7SS city, and they were finally induced to
White House insults
I every American '
arbitration '! on the average 40 per ,r buy lands in Gadsden and give the "
worthy of his citizenship in the republic. -
governments: true value. The amazing I cultivation of tobacco a trial. .

the question |: this gain of $7, OO.OOO a:i To make a long story short the experiments II I II I
i i "If Japan is in the aggressive bel-
J.'V': shown by the state- : were eventually successful I
resented the I
; igerant temper by ,
'' London Express which mine that has been
Peabody and no gold ever .. p
inspired Washington dispatches shall I -' ., .
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The ; : ;|! ability of Great Britain discovered has ever been so rich in \ -,
it ,
we encourage her truculence by talk- .:. ; \
just passed : with America's growth results! I ( .,
i ing and acting like cravens? I' ., ; '
in Great Britain's ..... ", (/
body College I i I Think of it! There were paid out to \
"What is the lesson to be learned if I / 7rt .:' \
tille, the a week. farmers there Lr tobacco last year a \. 1'\
we are menaced by war-which the '
ty thousand :: : South's increase of million and a half dollars! L f ... ( VI \
,
I Americans decline to believebecauseSan I N fy
from other ; ; :: day with Great Britain's I Numerous tobacco companies have i *
Francisco chooses to exercise her K _
the Peabody and then think of the been organized within tbe last few "|undoubted right to manage her educational I : + t %s

million ; months and all the lands in Gadsden :., ,
system as seems best to her .
but :' i j: with comparatively county pronounced as fit for the cultivation and because the people of California. :i

just passed I dependent upon of tobacco readily commands
alive to the perils of coolie immigration !I
fee, male !! for nearly all its thirty dollars per acre
: I want congress to put up the bars :
more than a j : much of its iron ore for And this is the result of one man's
against Japanese as well as Chinese
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thousand and of its :,'7.-
a iarge part ceaseles'= and persistent efforts in one y
j I laborers? I II > -
the college with only 10,000 square direction! i 4&P
I "Certainty the lesson: is not what : ; )
Assurances of which a large portion It is said by experts that the landsin we should under threats but thatw -f t!

been given out, has 40,000,000 Marion county are just as excellentfor
I should hasten to acquire a navy adequate -!
the college into an area equal to growing tobacco as the lands in
to safeguarding our interestsand
quately ,; than half of Texas. Gadsden county. Men say this who I
.
upholding our honor.
tically :. hand look at the South are entirely disinterested. I ,
"Without such a navy there is always !-
The coIl cotton trade in its ab- TVho will be the Henry Curtis to
the possibility of attack and the
buildings, i:: with G.,OOO square do as much for Marion county as he
I probability that timid president will
al professors : coal fields with iron has done for Gadsden county?
make us ridiculous before the world OUR SAILINGS EACH WEEK
;
of the to duplicate for years toI I Let him step to the forefront and
by letting his tremors of appreciationbe
the country- I, iron and steel trade I we will advocate the building to his BETWEEN
seen. With such a navy we can
with almost limitless memory a monument: !
i+I 'I |affectively assert our right to say
.\ ha.nJ : already producing Jacksonville and New
articles, bushels of grain i what strangers shall come among us York:
a
A face
pretty ,
x and to conduct our home affairs with-
I i hundred million dol-
A form of grace out dictation from abroad.

A (i diversified farm pro- A little cupid "This question of Japanese immigration Calling at Charleston, S. C., bath ways
produce foodstuffs for :n S: FEES: : STEAMSHIPS: n: TBS ssAsrass
I i A lobster stupid, already serious 'on the Pacific :::3V::!:.
What shall i:' millions able to clothe A piercing dart
I coast, will become more so the longerit

Perhaps ;I > to do more manufac A wedding ring: I I is paltered with after the Roosevelt CLYDE NEW ENGLAND AND SOUTHERN I NES
of the whole
please country A wakening
fashion. California leads now in the
Than to t. i of available water HKKIGIIT sKKVICK BHTWKKNJacksonville
An empty purse.A I
II protest against the coolie tide but in f
I I horse Boston and
vino1Vitbin power for elec- Providence
groan a curse.
time, unless that tide is checked tho and all
1' Eastern Points. .
1 the ; I! being, already; un- !Too often good St. Valentine, (protest will grow to be nation-wide, as 'i

That would! I; and when you have.This follows from that day of thine. I Calling at CIiarle-tca Botn Way.
I it finally did in the case of the Chi-
less you have mentioned I I nese. S 1)1 i u KIK: I, \" s.i i M.VU.S.

Hut then I i of the South's strong The president wants those papers I '"
I Unless the Japanese shall be excluded Southbound
.
: that much of their i From tcWis Wharf, BiMen. t
heartless Record. I are devoting so
there will be the same agita-I Northbound. . . . . From foot Catharine St.
I I Jack.wUf.c
I I I space. to the Thaw trial excluded from
I,tion against them as prevailed against
Yet take it !i sorry to see the the mails. This does not apply to I Clyde St. Johns River
( I I the Chinese-and he same riots. Line.
true j jAnd oD\ine's young dem- the Ocala Banner. It prints no single
I' "Then there would be reason to expect -
trusting '!! mixed up with item that cannot be read aloud in the I I war for a nation of Japan's pride Between Jacksonville and Sanford

to win j I whom were dished family circle. It sedulously eschews
and military capacity would not sub Sri= *. PaJitci AUr .
sa Sers&ri
( TeLisi
) asJ
j]l fees for "something con- all items even bordering on impurity. !I Zei ..'tratuat
I!I I mit to the killing of her subjects. I,1di:;! C*.. Jciss ive:.
you.Dreaming. ;; everglades. There has
I i "Peace with Japan, assured peace i

I II of an extraordinary: tin future, is not to be had by pursuing _
minuet! we have heard of that South-Bound SCHEDULE
IT WILL the president's policy of trucklingand N.rt".8twtMt"
Let it be : been looked after by, Read down.
turning pale at the thought of her RNd

this is- I general who is paid fort I PAY YOU I strength, but by giving her plainly to -Lea\"ef: 30' p. IB. . Jacksonville x . 'Arty s n a.Uft- 1-
this m.
Its only character, so why Leave 8 45 . .
I' understand now that her coolies will pja Palatka . . .Leaye 811181.

kisses! I II i have been paid to a few ,not be received and that California, in Leave 3 00 a.m. . . . AstorBeretford . . .Le."e 380 la'.
I
Ii i i the legal profession a If ycu have en hand to sell: or if ytr common with every other American . . . (CDeLud . Lase 100 R a
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F2EC \ i|i and more all his than cabinet is paid? to I are thinking of coming to Florida I state io sovereign in state concerns." Arrive 8 30 a. m. . . .Surord . . .1eaH I ao p a. r.m
It ,
j Arrive 10 00 a. IlL .B
1 ten>rtoe
gE! & i[ .Um 18..
and the people are to make it your home, or 1I : a. .
I A Fine Picture Free.
it with the
; benignant if desire
you to invest
people do their mint A collection of Charles Dana Gibe Passenger and Ticket Office, 12S Wet Bay St. ji..n.iR;Fw._ .
I ;n any kind of Flor r
;;son's best drawings has been secured \

IK -- ida rr perty, I by the New York World for its read! A. C. HAGERTY, G. E. P. A. F. M.
f r/: 1 j j IRONMONGER, jf'.. A. G. P. A.
: : : { SEE OR WRITE TO j ers. These drawings have been r-'- ;I 0. H. TAYLOR, Pass Traffic Mgr. C. C. BROWN Gen'l. PHI Aat.
no man to
:: nurse ''produced upon fine art paper, each I II Branch Office, 293: Broadway, New York

........-.....}. i suitable for framing, and are now Pier 36 N. R., New York. Jacksonville

._ !a :.. I teeth of clenched antag- J. HI LIVINGSTON& SONS N :"I'being given away with the New York L. D. JONES, T. F. A, L S. SCROBLE,, C.Fla.A.
-
w Sunday World. These drawings will Jacksonville Fla. Leesburg
Fla.
worst cues :,: t :) the worthiest till he Feat Estate Dealers. sell in stores for no less than 50c. W. G. COOPER, jr. F. A. CLYDE MILNE
G.
at 2 : F. A. tl
:" Ii often You
each, and for $1.00. may Jacksonville, Fla.
Pier
h% rd h *;T Alfred ? N. ?? New York
Tennyson. Ocala, Florida. them free with the World.
V .,) .get Sunday C. P. LOVELL Agent, Jacksonville, Fla., 4t




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THE GREENLESS HILLS IN I:

HON HERBERT A. pORD. FLORIDA. I

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(By Peter Stanh )'.) '-

PROMINENT CITIZEN OF OCALA PASSES AWAY-CITY LOSES I It hardly seems practical that one
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ONE OF HER MOST ARDENT AND ENTHUSIASTIC may travel from the tropical sectionof
; Florida, where every evidence of /
WORKERS-SKETCH OF MR. FORD'S LIFE AND BUSINESS ii i '
I perpetual srummer time is asserting
SUCCESSES :;:H.- THIS AFTERNOON.: '
itself-where the dark green foliageof

the palmetto pine and orange risesin
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... 4 'fL.1fl
... the dim distance beyond a peach
l/f*' T: .'.-.th of Hon Herbt-n A. 'u i iv '-pired with the belief! tha what is : bloom tint of fieor! \ a flower dotted ,

1111':: .1"urn..1 l at three u'col"l.H'\ orth doing at all i..< \. <:rth( doing :forest-where the snarly-backed 'ga- ,

i da morning. though hou-iy exvet" v.yll! Mr. Foul mastered: the Spanish j lor basks on the banks of the brook. !
Mfieral cia has bcnuinlnuO : language in order to \bein thoroug !
.. t' fur ) s : and the small boy goes daily with reel : I
\. with deep and abiding sorrow. i touch with his partners and employ i and rod-to. that section where the i i

n, n' o', ot out must pr.i.ti nt-nt I es. Severing his connection with I hills look bleak and brown from the i III

>i'o: \" t' +-itz"iis': At the! T.r.e of ; this firm he next: entered the phos-i.touch of King Winter's frosty hand. : '

merit-1! of the !nhatc industry forming a par'tncr-: '
hi -alh w was a I It hardly appears practical to con- II rteit .4\ r /Ip

,. t vunrll an. bad declined the of- :I ship with Mr. Edward Hiu!-i. no; of :nect the two extremes in on" day'b: i

,-It r Ir ma; ,,.- because he thought herotiM II I I!I Birmingham Ala. !travel, never crossing the state line : I III

wrc the cltl i" I If.uv. a.l\'an-i|r They were extremely; ;l pr snerpu1 ; [ From Q<*aUi to Pensacpla the: observant ,1

tt. tax In the capacity of uu alderman: ';:Jut sold out their business tc ifessrs. ._ II
I traveler may catch many ;Hmp'l .r
and wan netted aldtrDlan.atlae.it i;Dutton & Co., of Gainesulle. .
sea of Florida industry and fragments ;
I of information. He may on :
..,. ia financial troubles when he I i Central National Bank of- Ocala, starring behold himself a nat'.tM-!

.nt ".>rt into office, in putting her which likewise! prospered under his from the mirrored depths and placid This man bought a supply of tobacco without

tta a clear and dubstaatial footing, k>- :management. Before establishing this Silver
widths of the mythical Springsthe
ci.hrrrd upon her a lasting benefit I bank Mr. Ford and his partner, Mr. I,- queen of all Florida's bubbling acquainting himself with the distinctive taste

itld tits memory for this and other I Hiller, made large investments in a '!
I waters. He may scan with an amazed
tl r Mitorious serviced, will long be re- ,,.I marble quarry near Sylacaugua, Ala.. I eye the endless acres of the cantaloupe of SCHNAPPS Tobacco, which has the cheering

vct 4 by her eft liens. aid in order to give it more of his

Mr Ford Was 57 years of age. He 'i persons:1 attention ilr. Ford sold his i the natural plantations home around of the Anthony-ri..itiyiihRocky ; : ,': qualities that gratify his desire to chew, and at

VM torn in his father's country: homeat ii'bank to Messrs.: Munroe & Chambliss, I Ford.

. of this city He, however, soon part- less expense than cheap tobacco
As these scenes fade behind ho
pea MM have had a more varied career. el with his marble quarry and at the Ii '
fog of Orange Lake we are hurled into
aka..* educated in England.H time of his death was in no active
the strawberry region with its :
:- H. left his studies in IS ,6 and joined b';inns.Mr. SCHNAPPS has been advertised in this: Some day they'll get a taste of the real
thousands of acres of green carpet ,
a wveYta party bound for New .I Ford was married in TorontoCan- ,bedecked with bright starry bloom j paper so that every chewer has had an Schnappsthey'llrealizewliatenjoymentopportunity

I."LI and remained in that inter- ada, Jo Miss: Cecelia Stotesbury, whois land to get acquainted with the
missed SCHNAPPS
I' crimson fruit. they've by not getting
estlttg co-mtry for three years. He re- a aarhe of and a member of a facts and know that drugs are not. used
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tvmrd to Bngland and soon crossed :I prominent family of Savannah. Ga. But time (and appetite) does nut to produce the cheering quality found in long aQ-tln: they'll feel like kickingthemselves.

tM c-c paa for Canada and secured a I The marriage was blessed with three indulge these tempting pictures too' the famous Piedmont country Hue-cured *

I children long We must hurry on to Baldwin, I; tobaccos and that SCHNAPPS is
.,sihkua as private secretary to thecinaatlsdoner George, Emily and Donald, what he
of inland rt'\, nue. A :all of whom are living as is also Mrs. where the propositions one meets ar,'!, i t ought to chew. Still there are chewers SCHNAPPS is sold everywhere in 5ccn.

y.. ir later be was malt' | nUsecre!: ,Ford.Mr. ',''less attractive to the lover of taint- who accept other and cheaper tobaccos cuts, and 10 and 15 cent plu s. Be

tan to the (coiniiHsiiotii-i: !' of crown Ford was a man of amiable halt ,and timid nature-more forcible to that do net give the same pleasure. sure ;cu bet the genuine.

.r lands' oC Ontario and h, M! his pusif : its, a devotee of golf and other out- :: the sternness of the philohopher ......-. '.
** J 'I Baldwin is a railway crossing whl-r- |
:door sports: and was a lover of gun''
,
aId dogs, and like most men of this I passengers for the western portion of ; .
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J 'type was genial and companionableand the state are frequently dumped to ..

always looked on the sunay side i await-with time and patience-the I Iarrh'al With due respect to iV'; and I(

of life. of passenger trains from Jacksonville \ vigorous age, to their PnthusiaiC'1 LAND

i ilLfa"! positive in his convictionsand i; to Pensacola. spirit and splendid achievementsand '

was positive in giving expression -! One time in passing the way a hungry i with the deepest appreciation of : If you have lands you writ to sell :lease orient;

to them but was quick to make; passenger found comfort nibblingthe I our worthy citizens who have crossedthe : or if you want to buy land for farming, grazing i

amends i'lf any words quickly spoken I luxurant dainties t ? of a kind old I rippling Potomac, the deep green turpentinin or lumber llUrpo p-: ,

: in the heat of OJM ussion. We hada i lady's restaurant, but upon this gulf and even the surging seas, to ,

..;r ', pointed irit-nce o-' this trait in ;sion we were held up at the acCl'1 cast their peaceful tents upon our : Write tu

I his character in the late debate on I of the building! by a gilded sign, I I tropical lands and call Florida their

!the everglades drainage and we shall I "Southern Express Company," from 1 future homes; we pause to pay a last: BLOUNT REAL ESTATE CO.

F !|never forget the manly manner in wh>L we are taught that this cor- tribute to the type of citizenshipthe ,

I j which he made amends for words I po d,'in takes everything in sight. i I. old original Florida cracker. :I OCAL-V FLORIDA.iar .

;'quick)) spoken in curbstone argu- i,Could 't resist the temptation of peeping l whose most noble characteristics are -.
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L., mcn !i through the brass bars of the I, fast fading and passing away fore\ j

LPt : y I Mr. Fort loved Orala and took ::!r. ttoied-away scent of a stale piece er. It is to him-the plain unpre- '. tint called the mod--t ,"acorn ,

wi ,great pride in her welfare. He was of cheese whereupon the compounded i i tentious old gentleman who has "rais- blue I

president ui the Ocala Hoard of trade, aroma of seventeen different brandsnot !led tobacker and traded with Injun" : The water of these springv; ; SHREDDED CODFISH

president of the Ocala Heights Golf I i-- kinds-of Jacksonville liquor :I to whom we are indebted for the development -\I clear that a bright nickel m gold CHOPS.

Club, and a member of the Library I ci ped through the corks of so many I of the tropics. His feet I i double eagle can be clearly seen on Melt half ounce of butter
the white sandy bottom, which varies
.' Association, a member of the Elks :once trod the trackless trains of our add two tablespoonfuls tinechoppt'd
,j'tgs.Note I from five to sixty feet below '11.- -ur
jind at the forefront of every public I I : Route yourself via Jackson [savage foe, and his old hands, rough ;!! onion, cook three

|enterprise, and his hand was always ville. !land unsteady, once arrested from thelion's ,face.A. minutes add two heaping

held out cheerfully' to the appeals of! Just across the way loomed up a I'!. grip of the native braves these I, marked difterenc1 between the 1 tablespoonfuls flour, stir two

,.j !, Y" } r. :charitt ). i big; sign tdvertising a retail liquor !peaceful homes and prosperous planta- j, Blue Springs and the famous' .Silver. I I, minutes, add one cupful boiling

t He had great faith in his marble ;he liSt'. Th1 house was closed, and :lions we now call with personal pride Springs is in their rcspeN \ stir water stir until thick

.. i"enterprise and confided to the writer !likewise the business so far as strangers -:our own. roundings. The Silver Spring so I and smooth, then add one

II, HERBERT A. FORD 'the: many benefactions: he had in store : are concerned, at least. Such a ;i Kind reader, let us drop a rosebud \ long known and visited by tourists, cupful BEARDS LEY'S

-- for Ocala and in his death Ocala business: at such a place i is, of course.I : |of sweetness upon the life of this! tot- : bursts out in an oozy swamp: the approach -| SHREDDED CODFISH, half

until :loses a fast and lowing; friend. I detrimental to both Jacksonville liquor i tering form as it passes down the of which is made ground. filled I teaspoonful English mustard,
with acceptability !
tiod
great I dealers also the express people.See : life and thus enjoy the in by the railroad eompanTbe one tablespoonful white pep
:.Mr. Ford was> a man of marked ability ;, hill of as we i
1579, theft he left the government ; banks of the Blue Springs arehigh '
stir and cook three minutes -
| ? of per
States as well as enterprise. He was ji, peace and happiness our pretty j
the United
and to
came 'delegated to welcome the Confederate The first item of interest out of :| Florida homes let it ever remind us :and rolling, reaching, in some places I add one egg, spread the

t-"ct' for the years at l..ead\.m.-Dunkirk, Veterans to Ocala in 19 12: and his Baldwin is one that would completely I'what they might have coat.! i!over 100 feet in height \1( 'he"head" suture on a flat dish, and
of the
i an manager ;tsppech on that occasion took the knock all the starch out of a negro ,, of Blue Spring nature iwaun t( when cold form the preparation -

a.4. Acaiwii mining company and un- gathering by storm and showed that preacher's: celluloid collar and turn LOS AQUAS AZULE fully divides the land into high hammock in small portions the

,",. t dt+r his inana ement it was prospero he of I his gold cuff buttons to brass. and rolling pine Ther.' i toa size of an egg and form
'.r /o : was an orator no mean preten .
sions. i :My brother, who tarried a typewriter ,The Greatest Natural Curiosity in the natural park.which will be a* or- them into the shape of lamb
la ISM Mr. Ford came to Flori alun.tq
His kindlworls and warm handshake for convenience, shoved the Land of Flowers.To a picnic ground as there is m 'n. 1' cliops ttp them into beau
here the ad- :
been attracted by '
I while ligator State. The extension "> t rau: with bread i
and; will be greatly missed and he ;machine to one side of the aisle : K2 cuter orcracker
niing of our splendid success
!' portation facilities each y'al 'II 'u, crumbs and in
He will leave a void in our ranks that \\e selected suitable observatory quar the EditorOcala. Banner: fry
in growing.
possibilities orange :'will be hard to replace. I ters on the car, whereupon he was In the western portion of Marion new attractions to the K.IM.-I anc (larding pork light brown on
tomtit a pretty tract of land a few accosted in terms not in common use I county, heretofore hid among the roll- i the settler, but none will i lIt> !i\, '> apreciated -> each side and iwr\ wit h p.iT ,:
mike south of Ocala and put out an : His death is regarded as a personalloss i .
I I by a man. whom we supposed to be i I'jug hills, because of their distance :: by the coming s'-a--ti ; ;n frills;
*ten.!w orange grove and brought and we feel as thosetbowed downin II '
i' I ,
01 1 I. \ >
the beautiful Springs "- .
I!measuring his capacity by his au from tbe highways of travel, are the 0. K. GROCERY.Ph.
oJ the tm lo maturity but his grove sackcloth and ashes except that .. -.
less' than a divis- Azule. n
thority-no a person beautiful springs of the Blue river.Florida
hand! the fate: of hundreds of others the grief that his death has occassion-i I (; \ ;<
4 : i|ion superintendent. does not number among her L1TNONIIIaIII\Im.l
and was destroyed in the great freeze ed is general and public as well as i "
awl tics efforts in this direction were private. I The stenographer was called an-i natural curiosities anything more --- U: .....__liii_
V made ready for an inter wonderful. A CIRCULAR LETTER.
Everything beautiful or
abandoned, He next turned his attention The funeral will take place this afternoon -' -
i,ieWe hoped to induce the rail If old Ponce de Leon had found
to railroading and was as- at three o'clock from Grace: I
of the :Episcopal church. RGeorgt' Hen- way official to give us some valuable them in his tramp through Florida, Mr Samuel! A. P..",:. pi< : .<,> i.i u :
-.'1001 alto the general manager
!#-... ..rtf < O. & 0. railway. Later he ,dree Harrison officiating. I i points in regard to the question of he would have gone no farther, as all i the state board of trade, ha.i i i--u* I

I !the day-car shortage. the surroundings would have filled bis the following circular.letter and) nia.
The named
manufactured following gentlemen
i /;j.t'i'U" interested in the served -
I Just this juncture the impudent with the idea that his mission 'x, ,
I at fancy ed one to the president of evi r> aru
ivars I and was a member and gen- as pall bearers: Edward Illler.B. .
p < uil uiaoager of the firm of Santana Weathers, T. T. Munroe. J. C.iChace. fellow passed along the aisle crying had been accomplished. in the state. /
out, "papers," morning papers! Jacksonville Distant miles from Ocala of tl Fltir- Plumber
4 Couipaay of Marti City at that ; Clarence Camp, Frank Drake twenty Dear SirS president :>- The)

Saw1 a flourishing annex to Ocala. In- 'and J. S. Pierson. and Savannah. these transparent springs burst out ida state board of trade. I l-a\f: pin

& 'tT.d = -- ---_ ---_ ---, Note. Always carry an extra supplyof :at the foot of the hills that skirt the"Wekiwa" ised to use my best efforts to make
-- Gas
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A Pioneer Visitor. I success in this direction is better good cigars and a bottle of patience or Blue River. They vary ,the organization efectinin the up 1p1d fitter

Among the prominent viistors tot 1 demonstrated than told, as the farmers I in case of emergency.. in size from a few feet to almost aa building/of our state. I
For the next hour there was noth- acre in extent. They extend for near- It to me the matter of supreme .
seems
.tiav \llle Wednesday was lion. have adopted his plan, with the result I
iing to speak of-at least nothing our ly six miles along the banks, or burst ; importance just now is to ':-tour ,
gamut-! R. Pyles of Ocala a picneer that they have all received great ben
spoke of. in the bed of "Los Aquas Azuie"exciting establishment i I
patsy forth efforts looking toward tht .
the widely efit and are under obligations his
Floridlan, and one of most to I ,A", C 'EHCD -. NEV.
known and progressive men in Flor- energyI '. t! .r. role: 'h our s ride ordinarily the wonder and peculiar of an effective immigration

from Jacksonville to Pensa ,emotions of pleasure in all who behddthem. : for the state of Florida.
Captain Pyles states that the farm 'I' department
.... SHOP ON THE CORNCft: OF
+ cola. The rQute is dotted with thriving i The waters preserve the entire I have therefore called a mating:
captain Pyies has for years, been! a jprs and people generally, of old :Mar ,
mociber of the board cf county com-f ion are in fine conditions which is villages and prosperous towns, year, alike in winter and summer aneven 'of our board to convene at Jacksonville 7i o?ENCER BLOCK WITH A
and among the passengers are invariably temperature of 72 degrees, and : Florida. Wednesday. February ,
and is ,
.i,.ioaen of Marion county, ;gratifying neto their Ab.ehrulCOtmt
( of the fatvmost men of the state ). neighbors- Gainesville Sua those who are persistent in proclaiming offer an almost resistless: temptationat : :2o, 1S07. at ten o'clock a. n:., ;oth- K .. _L LINE? OF SANMTAR.AND .'
oae the advantages of his town. the bather to plunge ;
of all seasons to of advancing this nviv.-ti-n'
farmer purpose
in industry- He is a pro"rt' I :
:.:-I\t' ilraami: u> him! belongs the Advertising Did It. !I.Some might:: be called over-zealous, or :into and examine for one's self whether j and as it is the desire of on: t'd;'r't! MODEHS PLUMSK.L.CCOD3. .
immigration fanatics.. At any rate they be the fabulous fountain of : have friends of hi.n.-'a:
'hetof to as many
.' ,.f ,' .Mtia; rh nr (" ., l'i- I the towns are: building, and whetherthe youth. Remarkable it may seem lion to meet with us as PO. it'',., i I : WHEN IN NFEO >'.
-, Pi 't.ia ,I!! "d'oia1! '
? Only a t:rrnrtc"." a century ago building is attributed to these there is an abundance of both fresh I would ask that you bate ;roar t-i".

---- '> :- ,..!U-r.a-better known then as the t[persistent advertisers, or the adver- and salt water fish in the springs. ':c unity represents at that HIM-. ::.- f ; : SASS aANITA :fir

.i'U 'olonand her only comvaxion -jtisin? is the result of the natural pros- Here swimming in schools are the :either appoint delegates, or u I FLL.JI .iN .L 'm t4t"

!! with Los Angeles was by i r iperoiis condition of the towns is a mullet of the Mexican: gulf mingling I[volunteers. I trust you will ('"n?; -

sage line And even at that, the trans- |question respectfully submitted to the with the bream or perch of the frfsh I and get others to come, as ai! who k- ..n.fAuJl4 J JJ

.t nuruuon facilities vrere, greater than i reader, \.ate:. .Accompanying r)0:1 vIi' attend will be invited to pattifipfc'!* Jj

ERRYSSeeds was necessary to congest hte hotel One of the liveliest of these gentle- see the beautiful striped sheepshead I I shall make an effort to secure a. -

.aceommol atiOn3. Now there are over ,men was whooping up the lively little :of the salt water, foraging the hauntsof reduced rate on the railroad for Sai'r& rvpon a maninuHti nou, {'

a hundred trains; a day, and the pre- I town of Live Oak. the voracious fresh water trOUt ,. that lar.Awaiting. 1:4 star off the coast utt: M foun

Cipuation| of a thousand guests in one: | Two Cubans just from Havana: wen; or bass. Nor are these rlE'nizl'i1of. your reply. :!1t1.lC1. It" bribed that t" greatcraad

their worth at harvest 'day would not cause the hotel clerks j attempting to tell an old Floridian the ocean mere sporacls' for they are Yours very truly !h..reDIy hod'" pale tolCfI'b-!

tine.prove AfteroverEftyyearsof Uo turn an anxious hair And the same'|of the tobacco merits of GadsdenJ found in "Los Aquas Azule" at all I S. A. RAWLS, t-Nevi: hem.(

"' success they arc pronounced I wonderful transformation is going on J county, but their Spanish was not seasons of the: year. Standing on the I'resideat. 'I If tear xly bu4nw are trying tu

the best and surest by careful J all over south California and the rush !ieq-'cl to the old citizen's plain English -,high hills overlooking the "head"' as -- --- r'b)' tlke Ww ,jr'tDl KtcatitU
planters everywhere. Your I tobacker in called From the d'Ucussion: going: on in "II'! hate awpte opport volt' te for obj1 -
4Auul I to this part of the state coatinut's at i who "used to crow the source of the Blue river is ,
dealer sells them. 1907.S a constantly-increasing rate -- Rod- t Gadsden county 'fore de war and the angle of light and vision sito the state press: wt. gather: that ihoffice a oa -l.(11 iU\ill* Courier Jir
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B. XI.t t free:KKT on 4 10IMrtlt.request. .XUft., lands (Cat Citrograph. 'trade it to tie Injuns." these transparent waters that pH ul- : of county treasurer 1 I. dt!:I d. 'riratR '
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fF I CONCERNING THE OLD SOUTH. -ii-- ___ : p


:: I 1! In the current-numoer of the Tav-

r A Birthplace lor-Trotwood Magazine in the depart i The Seal of Public Approval

"
;.mcnt "With Bob Taylor, there is a

: glowing tribute to the departed>

vies of "the old South"which begins I

; Worth Saving I: with this rather surprising statement: I cor; frl iClc.
"There was once a civilization in the !! Has been stamped upon Red Rock (liit. A''It' : a ,'rl"!,' slIj> (

: beautiful land of the south more brilliant It has the! unbounded confluence t f ihi btt phy cians ; a tai' which

than ever flourished in all the which i K practical proof of
By MARK TWAIN :,tide of time." It is unnecessary for establishes its prestige beyond question, and h

i of the real merits its 'rit beneficial home bed .. A.i
a proper appreciation m( ::s a age. at "-
of the ante-war South, or for anexercise i i 01l
There is nat- there. [ '
rrt a I /
v s t of that genuine loyalty whicha ji.REQ
!sral human in I! The farm is ideal! torsucha pnlhJ'e. : .

., '} \.. stinct that is I I.'onEistin of one hundred and ten {(traditions true Southerner of his should ancestors: feel, that for the he Look for the Red Rock Crown on .<\- HOCft.

; ;-., gratified by the acres in the rolling blue grats region w

+ sight of anji '- I ot Larue county, Kentucky, it is cross- "of should sophomoric give sanction hyperbole to and this it manner is not J bottles. It is your only protection %?.5'1': "

''i'3: thing hallowed ed by a picturesque stream, has many wholesome to impress the rising gen. 'I __ __ ______ -- ---

7 eration of Southerners with such exaggerated .
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+ :with a reattll rock spring, near which it is \ash\'ilI.1 YuLn SOT \ .. : r' 4"Lrwrt .
( ideas, says the :
man or with proposed that the Lincoln statue shall
Banner. There are many things in
; 2 great deeds. So ibe I erected. But a short distance
the ante-war South that we can prop
people makepilgrimages away, along the turnpike stands the !
( erly admire and it has traditions that j
I to old mill where Lincoln used to go I Manufactured THE RED
Mark Twain we can fondly cherish. There was by ROCK COMPANY, Jacksonville, Florida
the town whoso witn his father, the 'boy seated astride -
much of good in that vanished era I
streets were once trodden by Shakespeare a sack of corn on the broad backof r
i that ought to be perpetuated and the I r
and Hartford "guarded her the old mare. When the park is I II REGULAR MEETING OF CITY ,
i I south has lost somewhat in grace and ir I'
developed] it is said that the Louisville COUNCIL -. "
Charter Oak for centuries because it [ ,' \ .l
I in high ideal by the changes which ''-
had once had a hole in it that helped & Nashville railroad will establish / .
I later innovations has wrought: but 1 -
to pave (the liberties! of a colony. But : a branch or terminal near the The city council held its t.i .l\lar / "iF'YI "(
I I the civilization of the old South was I I I i ,
in most cases the connection between cnl ranct' meeting at the council rhumb'r "n t. .,
"
the great man or the great event I The plan of the Lincon! Farm As- ,'not lacking in crudities and had never it this the 5th day! of }February. I it's';. .. \0-, .'+ .... ., :-- _

and (he relic we ren'ris accidental. Donation is very simple and seems matured into any exalted condition I President Robertson being a--* 'n' .. '."'-''''-,....:..:.
it entitled such florid .
that made to 4AJLC -
ShaU'Sp'-are might have lived in any to have been inspired by a profound I Mr. T. J. Owen, pr+':;;dftii pin i ,..../ ...
description as! that given in the sentence -
other towns as well as in Stratford belief in the individual patriotism of jAn.can i : called the meeting i to older i I'' '
we quote. i

and Connecticut's charter might have ; men and women. Instead ;I ed, with following n"' '1bt i I" ,'.

been hidden in a woodchuck's hole I of appealing to a wealthy few to carry j Governor, or should w..o more up 11 I>' !iT..J.Owcn..I.\\.l'r'I, i \ e

( as well\ as in the Charter Oak Dut I out the work, th:' :',nation has I say Senator, Taylor i U so given to IE. K. NVlMin\ and ( '!ii II'i 1 ': '1 '" '

it was no accident that planted Lincoln given i its cause tn' *'. IP people sunshine and optimism that he is I! Minute-j ; of Febf'.ii: i I i",. '
Liliour.i' e
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Indigestion t\id
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on a Kentucky farm, half way nsl.ru, 'every mail n. and childi likely to be sometimes too liberal with ,;iati'1 apiiiitvedCiiv ;) !.

between (the lakes and the gulf. The wh.!: i ,e heart i l.i I' io, of country 'I his praise, and this se,-ins to be an in ; i .illecio'' rIIh[> I tli I: Troubles RhcumatUm D.pep> h '

.. association there had' substance in it, ami a I n'\'f rani' l : of ': stance of This !hind' ".\11 the tide of .t. I':1'v 'i w.i- I nhit. :i', I /I1,' : I M:,.>M li> rj.i t Mini i l.t') I 1111' ti iU ii 1.1 1H [ !
"t I
Lincoln belonged! just where he was I !,u'qn'; io !hI col ,'a'hnu ; tune.! \, hieii! wuiild .:> \Io-a-I iiiibiad,* : : i .r) .n:: W,ni'k' in huntr. ;: ,; n<.u. tu'ulOiv Mild happy !<..,w on Iii.'. It IA";' f"

put. If the Union was to be avedit u''i. < .'''l"ii uf"; '.: ::1' Jabs: Iw.p I II all the lI.J.L "l01'! tin t arili Mme 111'1"I i'unit' 'b"fit'i: } III |i.r i'o ':: cure rontainirifr neUfx r alrohur, C'al..frII1tI r m r.'ur\
I historic! is uiit- while I !'I/rI', natural t'etutilvri i1" ly MM fu tiit| ), .t i' I'ritye '}' ,
had to be a man of such an origin ." i',1al!!'' :,0' ;' lies, ages; < a Igo: 1'0:1: !.auii: ". lireiiM I f ul? :
t In 't..I' 1'
that should ave 'H. No wintry New :|Prot( .' .. : ', ,' '..i .It\.. fe'lupiall'| < cud: it iinolvii'e: MM' ;:nd,' I 1'1'(1]' >,I Pi''.i'-'P; '! !! 1'1'I M : d'
IMO Tal1i.t.. for ...00, I I. .
England Brahmin could have done five c, .' '; 'j re Ldl of ii'auy clvili/at'osi-! II has i I led I"1"- ('rosh:. :oat/ .1' 'I '" 'I i 1'1 |I'i U I IMOVNTAIN 1 I

or any torrid cotton 1t,1, <':!ij"' u,1 1 : -I I -MII" ''i In ;Jury; thai was (I'r'' ','te t:atl! :'!mi '. ','. itl': 1',1.! i. < -.------ -------- -- 41r
t
--. -.- -.--- -- -. .--.--- ----- .Inuamlfiir that was (Hum Ii ,' ,' IIILKil f O UnoJU" .. .
regarding/ the distant Yankee ... .... I \n n') i I' tst'.l'; :1. : i "i- ijThe T "
.' -. ....1, '" rr ,".t '!knows the riddle\ of the sphMix and I
"f "
obnoxious I lii'i i "'
species of for t Inijow' in.
as a .. ,"I. :>;, ,..1. ._. .. .: t 'IU'
" d I 1
vigner. It needed a man of th- border :, ..,,.!.,'.'1'\: ". ." ...' .. J1ii4 I the secret of the pyramid It includes laIJIJ1'm'c'i Il! were' ini< K
I where civil war meant the ;rap "I...,' ... ,j" .. {.,:: >;r.' Hiri,..':.:, i lie i story of the renaissance, and all Inspectors of d"I'! ;fun, .:!:!:,., +
:, .1 ,:
plo of brother with brother and disunion \ e' :,.(,:. ;,' ,': (' "I, .'" ;(of modern EurojM' and America until monthly }pay 'oil cf utiir+'r:+, $_. : I

of raw and gaping! wound H : ; 'I, t.Jf ':f j iit'I present day are Its scope. UKnows city lighting $4117") : geml'nimul!:'

needed one who knew slavery not j ;: ,,'t11 ': ,; .<..,:.. y',,'. ,, that in other lands at variousnines pay roll of electric h&i.t deput'i,,,' \,' -.-

from books only, but as a living tiling, !: '!' .J"} t f \ "'"' t"Ii i/i.'t;
Knew the good that was mixed with ., :1 1 \ \ 11 !it.,- '1'1' men and higher conditions than the ,Scott & Son $: I.OO; Jno. M (; 1'.1'.1' i : :

its evil, and knew the evil not IJIl'r'ly 11'IW:1 ;; I old South ever knew In the ages of $31.23: : A. G. Gates, $3.611; ; i ,

as it affected the negroes, tint in its \ 'lMriAAIt \ ); 1'eneles there were at one time in the Masters, $31.40; E. C. BenneirSawye'iuan : .

fi hardly \lobs baleful influence upon tin-t i \ it I J, I sl1Ia:1:! population of Alica, orators, ar- Electric Co. ft-, t Cold

poor whites. It needed one who km w ;; ji* f' rf.1' ;t. ID.t"r tkts, philosophers and poets, to whomall G: Gates, $1.00; II. C. Stelnm'-'! ( Storageof

how human all parts to the quarrel I / \ '.. I the world since that time has made Ocala Water Co. $ltJ411.:I.I. !I.

were, how much alike they were at I -=-= :1J.,j ; ... -, h'tle' approach, antI who had few, if Tompkins, $12.80; A. G. tat .

bottom who saw them all reflected: ) in 'r tt :,.< !any, counterparts in the old South. Louis Gates, 50c.; Alclver & M '" :, Meats

himself, and felt their dissections like i ",.- ';*,, L; ;= I The South was rather long on oratory $1.0t>; Martin & Cam. $:'Jl:::1.:11! '

the tearing apart of his own soul. ira4.. ,in the good old days before the war, Gates, $2.30;. J. D. Robertson, t..' '.
'
When the war came Georgia sent an !hut it was virtually without literatureand Marion Farms Stables. $R.im : v;. i I i II We

: u army in gray and Massachusetts an br. : art, and, in fact, aside from a Hardware Co., $12.21 ; C. J. I'l.i! .1' Lto jnnuowm to -.

army in blue, but Kentucky raised .:r-:I}"...., !changing social condition among its $10.15; Standard Oil ("0.. $'!.'" public that '
k1 ttady
, we arc to
armies for both sides And this man Y.)v. ., [ wealthy slave-holders somewhatsug- yerman Electric Co., S4II.:! t II! I: :-

'.' sprung from southern poor whites 1fft t .. ;I'gt>st n. of feudal Europe it had very Masters, $1.33; ; Quaker ('it\ It. .', cure Meats We GUA AN.

born on a Kentucky farm and transplanted has been suggested that above the i i'little of the accessories of an advanced -,Co., $11.72; Sawyerman Eleetr'e < > .

to an Illinois village, this famous Hock Spring from wliich: Lincoln civilization. All America at that SSa.ftO; Westin;house Elect in! .. 'I'i TEE SATISFACTION
and
man, in whose heart knowledge and I drank as a boy, a copy of Saint- ':time was yet in the provincial stage, factoring ('0., $1 tJ.: :: j, $!<"; ;, ; -. .... "- ,.

charity had left no room for malice, I dauden's famous statute of Lincoln! be and the South having no great cities: "_I"::)8.

.; was marked by Providence as the one i erected.' ,and its population being largely rural, ''f Owing to the serious 1.:1.; I' 1 your..,patronage.- "' .-c .

; to "bind up the nations wounds." His I a large, handsomely engraved Certifi- i was very much so. Mr. H. A. Ford one of th' m .." i

birthplace is worth saving. I!!cate of Membership, bearing the seal j In large sections of the South, like of the council as a token of I i. \I" > I

I'. .of the Association with the autographof ,;the mountain region about "the beautiful -' and high esteem in which hI' v. ;I'd I
The above article by the great .I I. the officers and trustees. The name : Wautauga," where Gov. Taylorwas by the council and r'memh"II! : .

American author and humorist refersto !of the member is then entered in the "fetch up" there was none of the untiring efforts for the welfare II FUEL CO.

the movement on foot to make of |i Permanent I Catalog, which is to be vaunted grandeur of the old Southland city and as an expression of t iS!! : .. J

the Lincoln! Birthplace }Farm a nation-!'I 1'ept forever in a place of honor in the plain farmers who lived in predation and as a mark of r.-t.; t--- } ; .___, 't
! Considering II 'those sections the to him and his family in his ii' f j
:, r 4 al park of patriotism. i I the Historical Building to be erected were same as those n- _. i iw
the preservation of Mount Yeraon, The'lat the park. Thus the funds are being of today except that many of them Mr. Nelson moved council adjo-irn 'I.: -- -- ---- r ---__- b. -

: Washington Monument the classic j, raised by popular membership are now better educated, live in bet- Tuesday February 12 1907 whun A.
tomb of Grant, and the score of other i[subsciintions, and already the names ter houses, have learned to know the was duly carried. '.W. '

, memorials to lesser heroes of our republic j',:are coming in by hundreds from every ound of the locomotive whistle and II. C. SISTRUNK. j I

{ if is really a remarkable instance j i.state in the Union more than fifteen are more in touch with the outside City Clerk. ANNOUNCEMENT

: of national neglect that more 1 i thousand: having joined before No- world.

I -- j\euber 1. The labor unions, fraternal The South is much richer today Neighbors Got Fooled."I .
, f 1. 'unions historical We have just purchased the wagon two ..%...... feu teM .f !.J. L
societies, women'sclubs than it was before the civil war. The
{ was literally coughinb! myself to S. A. Standley & Coatp...ny, and propose add to UM Mock of .... tNllp
\ and organizations of all sortsIha'e I State of Texas now alone produces death and bad become too weak to thing that l Is runjful to wke U aCOMFUETO UNI to sltr.ry M

I pledged themselves to spread 'nearly as much cotton as the whole leave my bed; and neighbors predicted the word. We are affmu for avrI. ol MM tort tore W_ ur .. ..

I work during the coming winter, and !South did in those days when orators that I would never leave it alive: ket; also several makes of Hmvloa 1'nlilu u... *. fcMfll* g MCM'n.

i seventy-five per cent. of the daily were wont to proclaim that con':n :'hut they got fooled for thanks to riety of vehicle eithr o( which see rtM4 ready. t. tatty "\rU1 I
God, I was induced to try Dr. King'sNew
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newspapers recognizing the broad was king and would for that reason
Discovery. It took just four one Grade
democratic; spirit and typical Americani I make possible the success of seces dollar bottles to completely cure the High Buggies, StrWoMWt ,

:;m of the movement, have promised !sion. The South has as many refined cough and restore me to good sound Unexcelled Wagons, H""llll..
to give the tremendous and cultivated health" writes Mrs. Eva Uncaper of
weight of people now as it ever La pRobes Etc. Ete.
Grovertown, Stark county: Ind. This ,
publicity to it. i had and many more rich It has
ones.
ri > I king; of cough and cold cures and
: ; The officers and board of trustees i made a very distinct advance in the healer of throat and ICrngs is guaranteed Turpentine Wagon
a Specialty.
-, tof i the Lincoln Farm Association 'matter of public education and it is by Tydings & Co.. druggists 50c.

vlut; 'n has its offices at 74 Broadway, 'pushing on to greater things than and $1.00. Trial bottle free. m We are Always In Position t. M *t the Prfe.* jf LtftllnuH t:1al..M ll \\ I

New York city, are as follows. :would ever have been possible under

Joseph W Folk president, governorof 'told South conditions. Box Social at Kendrick.We We are Sole Agents for the celebrated White. Htdwrv T., V,

Missouri: ; Joseph H. In the of and Farm
, Choate ex- matter statesmen it must have been requested to announce pentine Wagon.Knight "
BII J-cl"I'C'S prrnauo,& "tof ambasasdrr to England; Henry Wat- ''be admitted that the South of today that the citizens of Kenrdlek a_

.' terson, editor of Louisville I doesn't ;
"Courier-
make brilliant
so
a showing
.bfJlum lincoln will give another of their popular box
I Journal;" Cardinal Gibbons, Archi- 'las it did in the pa ;t, but with its numerous socials at the school l house in that & Lang

bishop of Baltimore; Edward M. schools and colleges and in-
next Friday oven'ng. The ,
than forty years should have passed place proceeds
Shepard, lawyer and author; August creasing advantages of many kinds t NI'Ce''tYllh I" yt
, ., without a fitting tribute to the memo f are to be used in Cutting the AiNtl"1 -"I.'ft I
Belmont director of Louisville & this condition ought to improve.
ory of Lincoln, who bore the heaviest finishing touches on their church I
Nashville R. R?: Horace Porter, ex- We all love the old South and its -- -
burden ever carried by an American building which is one of the best y............ Ws
: 'na=ador to France; William Trav- romantic traditions, but no glamour of ------JI
that community of equal numbers
president and fell in harness, a victimof any
- assassination. There is no knowing ers Jerome, district attorney New "those departed days should .lead us can boast. The people of Kendrick I 1
I York;: county; Jenkin Lloyd Jones director into false
4 or exaggerated ideas of
when an action would have been are public spirited and progressive -
" : taken had it not been that the Lincoln of Lincoln Center, Chicago; true worth. There is in fact no and it is hoped that many Oeala- tJ

. Birthday Farm was put up at auction I Charles York A. William Towne, congresman fromNeA great'I change in the South in respect ites will avail themselves of the invitation I furniture )
: H. ,
Taft secretaryof civilization The of i
terms old
in August 1905 that the proceeds to be present on this occasion
Y war; Lyman J. Gage, ex-secretary of j South and New South are illusory
: might be used to pay the back taxes. to help along a good purpose.
I ,!jtreasury; Norman Hapgood'of "Col- !j sentimental and misleading.
AU but one of the bidders representedsome Many I
I business i fliers,; Ida M. Tarbell: biographer ofj jantiAvar Southerners still live and Skin Disease of Twenty Years' Sts ,- I
concern, anxious to
I Liucolt.; Saiauel 1... Clemens (Mark they have until recently been the con.i ing: Cured. It'" .. title earls \rut[ Ittr t Itli .t .t/ tv .
'I : control of the for advertising 'nv.ate..4
get property :
how much
:Twain) ; Augustus Saint-C I I want you to know
:
and ens, i trolling element in the South's all ktfta .
popui we a en I.KV > ,
purposes: but this one bidder | I Chamberlain's Salve has done for me. .it.\; + I ."'y. AH w* ... .
sculpture Albert
; Shaw, editor of Review 1:1: t on. .
L saved the farm and av'reed: what i __ lit has cured my face of a skin disease >ew 'ninut'-i f v tir .."."t... .,....... t1' .
J : would have 'been a national disgrace. i of Reviews; Thomas Hastings I of almost twenty years' standing :, 'JW y.. *f.'"
j architect; Robert J. Collier, of "ColI -I| Rising from the Grave. II have been treated by several as'',i our
f He representedva private citizen, who I i have in this
jlie'V : Clarence MacKay, treasurer !smart physicians as we 'uc"A \ ,
; believed the historic ground shouldbe I II Postal THegraph! & Cable Co.; Richard -iI j A prominent manufacturer. Win. A. country and they did me no good, but Few Lender
j the property of the American people Lloyd Jones ,Fertwell of Lucaaia N. C., relates a two boxes of this salve has cured
secretary.i most remarkable me.-llrs.: Fannie Griffin, Troy. Ala.Chamberlain's I II ,
1 and. having acquired the place i experience. He says:
1 j i"After taking less than three bottles I Salve is for sale by all i RON 8EDI fill I :i M .
t fce turned it over to an asosciation j TOMATO PLANTS-100,000 Living- !,of Electric Bitters I feel like one I druggistsm _. _
cf public-spirited men. who quickly or- : stop : ,
s
Beauty
Stone, Paragon and rising from the grave. My trouble is n'
ganized and determined to develop it i Dwarf Stone ready Feb. 10, to March Bright's disease in the diabetes stage. I Frank Walpole has reached the phi- MM .

into a Lincoln National Park that "|1, $1.50 per thousand; ten thousand I fully believe Electric Bitters will losophic stage. He with one hundred crm

should stand forever as a shrino of i lots $1.40; cash with"order.. Guaran cure me permanently the for it has already and forty-eight others is a candidatefor BUU' 1 '"
stopped iver f
and bladder and that twin.
convict inspector, says
patriotism and peace a fitting memorial teed free from blight or root knot.J. R. i complications which have troubled me ,
: : to the great citizen who was bpra j!lDavls. Bartow Fk. 2-10-Ct; ,for years. Guaranteed at Tydings & if he is appointed all right and good.
,Co., druggist. Price only 50c. m but will shed no tears if he is not. I E. C. SMITH : ? ., :; ,
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THE BEAUTIFUL. ROAD EXPERIMENTS WITH OIL. 'THE FUNNIEST VALENTINES BY AN ORDINANCE. I said city.Section. .ADMINISTRATOR'S
I NOTICE Of
THE FUNNIEST PEOPLE. I II 5. In the construction of FINAL SETTLEMENT AND OISI -
Ute whiz! I An Ordinance I
to provide for the
eonj CHARGE.
Alderman Isaacson has put into our :the said sidewalks and curbs naml

What a hliz hands a lengthy newspaper articleon 1I j I There was a young fellow named i I j struction and maintainance of sidewalks 'and described in section one of thl* i .

It !Iz! Allen TynaI and curbs along certain I' N m the
ordinance construction of
automobile roads and methods of samealong '
It's the real thing I Who proposed to the lovely [ streets-for the cost of such work 8th day of May A. 0. W..
rendering them dust proof which is the property lines of each aDd ,"the honipolod will prat Ma j
A foot deep and all snow,
I Miss Ballantyne; -and the issuance of special -
good reading in this age of improved e\ery street and avenue as therein fmil awMMU and towhcrt to Jurwy"
Including the balmy breezes that roads. When the lady said "Yes" assessment city certificates mentioned shall constitute and be a'' hell rawly Jute MartaMi rowdy'

blow The automobile has brought to passa j He said "Well I guess' against the property I II I II separate and independent job. and the I'.I Make F1orM*. at hit oiker at (kola! s.4 J

The spume in your face Hal Mtki<< aaaply far 1
Miss Ballcntrne'sllen T'ne's3oln. fronting or abutting such
upon
new era In roads. Smiled at in the I I I city council :shall as soon a. practicable :, dual discharge a* wlfiiiaUinuor < 1 1
ie
And every old placer tine. ,
time for
streets-fixing tae
objjec-
enthusiasts after the completion! of the tate of J. Porter Smith, dm
beginning at the craze of i *** t tN'cnrmbrr 1

,4 That you try to keep warm high class automobile roads have :j i: Carolyn Wells. ,: tion and providing method of col-t,,!construction of said! sidewalks and I j 2 list 1 <.

And OUT of the storm. I lection and enforcement of cost of ) T x umi
I ; now become an actual necessity. curbs along the property line of I I
.
j j Oh say, 'i"1.11 send her a present" said he, i ronstntction. I \* Admt i.trator of the Ra ate uf j
: One curious fact is brought to light ,' each street or avenue an provided b> Porter g.lth. dwraMii i 11 I I;.
: Don't like it this ? "
way
you "On the fourteenth of Februaree! -
in the article mentioned and that is i this ordinance meet and b.)' resolution n_-, -
1 Ain't the pure white'A \nd-bul", no, it is best Be it ordained by the mayor and city fix the special ase iffleat "NOTICE: OF APPLWATWW FOR
that the finest roads in Massachusetts per '
pipe of delight? To leave out the re st. 1 Council of the City of Ocala, Flor- LEAVE: TO Sflt.L.0.*',
are being rapidly worn out long before ;' : |front foot upon the property fronting LAN.
You're not afraid : For the valentine came C. O. D. ida: .
I their time by automobiles and or abutting upon said sidewalks I
To wade I -Walter Pulitzer.A Section 1. The owner or owners of II
!there is therefore serious Intention of1! land! curbs along the property lines I Notice! is hH..b glut that u. u>'

Are you? No? I i levying a special tax upon automobiles : i'every lot piece or parcel of land fronting -I lof each stret, as by this ordinance pro- !J12th: das of March. A () Iw7 I suit

wade Into the snow Scotchman whose Isbister or abutting the following ;apply to the Honorable
J.n Ito main the state roads. : name was upon \'idt.'d. and any number? of said sidewalks jowpti, Hd t tjC
And. say.inr I Had a maiden giraff he called "sister" '!streets in the said city of Ocala. as I {unt> judv in and f;- tfurion <..".t.
i Another problem confronting the I' and curbs that at the time of ()'. star,' of Florida .
\ it fun when you have a long When he said "Oh be mine. ,herein described, viz: Ocklawaha ay'enue at hi tflr'e n
road builders is the amount of dust !: ,such meeting may be completed, max ;.Otala. m aid cuunt) f v". .111 'I<,

way these machines raise very much: Be my sweet valentine!" Main street, Wautulla Fort King II|be included and sucb special as&'..,,- ;authorizing 1Dt" an guardian tI f 'h. 'pI

To rome and go? greater in proportion than carriages !He just shinned up her long neck and i avenue Magnolia, and Sanchez be and !Iment per front foot named and set nor heir of toe estate of A C M. K.n

yet kissed her. |they are hereby directed and required trey. deceased to H1 at pruait i-4i.
or wagons. (forth in one and the same resolution; the
S following
We musn't forget : -Ellis Parker Butler. |to construct sidewalks along the prop- i proper betuociu-: '..
I The Long Island Motor Parkway'will : ;said special assessment shall not exceed [aid estate. n>-.'it. The undivi.l ..aterest '
That only the other day lines of each and of
!erty every one
probably be treated with crude'' the actual cost of the construction of the minor bra McKinn.1;
\Vc wanted to have it just this way. '"Dear ladI cannot" he said i''said strets and avenues as hereinbv- and to the lots numbered one sad
of said sidewalks and nrbs.
petroleum in order t n harden it and or
At feast we wanted change from the "Make valentines out of my head. ;before named that the said two. of block two maser thm .if
render it dust proof. Experiments the estimated special assetuent per Gos .
Addition
slash, So I've licked and stamped good sidewalks along the following to tbtdt) of (K .l..
t I have already been made in different front foot for such work :..-. stated in !Marion county. tate uf Florida
Tho really we didn't insist on a ( Oa rival' who could streets Ocklawaha
my : namely: avenue -
this ordinance. Said resolution shall Sato land t*>nfing to the
parts of New York state with oil and j I. wtat e of
rush lIe's mail, and I send him though | Magnolia and Main streets the said A. C )lcIIBIH"J'd.
,
be
surface something immediately after its passage published -
dressing
tar as a ,, ,Ito
like this dead." !i shall be seven (7) feet in width, and be sold for l h<* beat im..rf>.t of
after the California plan, and much is one time in a newspaper pub- minor heir
By gum! -Burgess Johnson.Oh constructed of cement; that the sidewalks lAid
hoped for.California. : lished in said city. Any special assessment This Cth day of February. I85t { T
We wanted some along each and every: one, of E
-
has done more than any I paid within thirty day af- MARIAN McKINNBY
Urn why in thunder you would I fondly purloin, i the other streets and avenues providled Guardian
other section along this line where j;i ter the publication of said resolution
Mutt we be snowed under? 'That our hands and our hearts we for herein shall be six (C) feet ---
j hundred of miles of oiled roads are shall be accepted without interest and NOTICE OF APPLICATION FOR
However, don worry. might join. land four ((4)) inches in width and con-
in constant use. any special assessment not so paid LETTERS PATENT.
be in a hurry maiden of structed of like character of I
Or Oh. grace, a material
t The oil used for these roads should j within thirtydays.. shall bear Intt'I't"'stfrom -
To Lock and cuss; 1 Whose beautiful face. ; said sidewalks to be constructed Notice is hereby given that on u.i-
the date of said
be of'er low grade, containing 40 ; publication at
Before it's gone i ,Smiles so tender and sweet on the within thirty days after the 9th daof March. 19< ;. the! tend<'r
I!per cent of asphaltum and no more ; the rate of one ( II) per cent. i er signed will apply to the Honorable
be darn sight wuss. coin. and of this ordinance
It'll a passage approval -
I Ir than :3 per cent. of foreign matter month for which certificates shall be W. S. Bullock judge of the nrcur
..iW. in New York World. I K. Munkittrick. and thereafter be and
J. R.
Ianiptbn I land water. .- to kept i issued by the city against the prop court of Marion co'nij. at Ooala.

r II maintained in and that Florida for his eudorsem
I good repair: nt and! at
The cost in California is about $150 erty fronting or abutting upon the .
AN IMPERIAL BENEFACTOR ,Said a Celt to his colleen so fine. [curbs shall be constructed along such : proval of a proiiot .d charter of a
I said street or streets or avenue or
per mile. Every sort of road is treated social organization to be know
a a*
"
I'm valentine. of said streets and of brick :
'Begorry, your avenues ,
from common din roads to the :(avenues respectively proportion to The Pulaski Club the proposed char
John I). Rockefeller, the head oft But she said "You're liar ,stone be
a or cement as may presccrib- ter of which is now file in
hardest macadam !(the frontage of the property fronting on the
4 1 ? the Standard Oil company, notwithstanding You're Dwyer McGuire. ed and designated by the chairman of office of the clerk cf the circuit court
The experiments to be tried in Da- I II I thereon and be as a lieu against the
of
the adverse criticisms of D'ye think, me dear that I'm bUn?" street committee. and the cost thereof I [ Marion county, Florida: the objectof
val county, this state will soon de i said. property, and be enforced as hereinbefore the said corporation Is, to forma
the 1I'1IIianll press, continues in the I -Charles Battell Loomis. to be paid by the owner or owners !
monstrate whether this low grade oil (I pro'ided.Section social organization among the

good<< work of giving away his millions or the new product obtained from it I of the property fronting or abutfmg'tnereon. I C. The city council shallmeet young men of Ocala Florida and fa

to beneficent: purposes.A There was once lovable saint, : neighboring towns and villages: in
a
will be effective on our ordinary sand ,: on Tuesday the 19th day of t
of his gifts to education i Marion county, Florida to establishand
computation to total oft9I I road The gentleman who is introducing \\ do answered each armorous plaint : Section 2. If the owner or owners March 1907. at .:30 o'clock p. m., of maintain club rooms, reading '

alone foots up a it there is confident it will And I thought till today. ,of any lot piece or parcel of land. said day. In the council chamber and I I rooms. game rooms and in general

,).OCUJ.. prove to be the thing.If When your smile came away. !fronting or abutting upon said streets at said meeting shall permit any ow- [carry on a social club business that

1\n other man in the history of the he puts up a fair proposition our The old fellow was dead, but he ain't! 'or avenues as described in section one ner or other person interested in the is not inconsistent with nor in violation
much to asingle of the laws of Florida.
workl has ever given so Gelett Burgess.A of this ordinance shall fail to 1
county commissioner and city coun- comply property against which the special assessment J. G. BUTCH.

purpose. Mr. Carnegie per-; :. cil would do well to have him makea : with the provisions of said sec- provided for by this ordinance i ROYAL E. COLE

bttp"' has given more but his gifts test road somewhere here that its hip-po-po-ta-mus named Amos :tion one, within the time prescribed shall be levied to present their objections MARCUS FRANK.

bate strings tied to them while Mr.Rockefeller's i I value and cost may be demonstrated. Was loved by a chorus girl famous: 'thereby then the chairman of street in writing to the enforcementof Wm. C. DUNK
entirely free and absolute. i 2-s ROUT. I). MATHEWS.
are I I -Orlando Reporter-Star. All the other girls sighedAs ''committee, and he is hereby au- the requirements of thi sordinance.

-- they looked on and cried: .thorized and directed to (construct or Section 7. This ordinance shall be
world has Known rich men in TAX ASSESSOR'S NOTICE.
The
II Hunting for Trouble."I /"Please tame us a hip-po-po-ta-mus. to contract for construction. of said published ouce ach nveek" for four

9'.aK >h. China and Japan today Rockefel have have lived in California for twenty -Tom Masson. sidewalks: and curbs from time to''weks. I t I will be at the following places on

[ almost as rich as Mr. ,''I years, and am still!! hunting for time or all at one time as said chairman : I time specified to receive returns of

; the Rolhchilds for more than a I trouble in the way of burns, sores I and
; FAVROT INDICTED, IS NOW may deem best and the costs:: of such !lISTACHATTA PHOSPHATE COM property agricultural statistlca.(
1. rntur have been reputed as being I I wounds, boils, cuts sprains, or a case Save trouble by bringing deeds or last
THREATENED. construction and establishment to be PANY.
of piles that Bucklen's, Arnica Salvewon't
I tax and
familin the world; Croe- receipt never trust to memory
ihe richest quickly cure" writes Charles paid by special assessment of said in making tax returns.February. .
I.ydia. l lining in the sixth I Notice is hereby that the
ghen
Mis king of I Walters of Alleghaney Sierra coun- i annual
,. Friends of Dr. Butler, His Victim. ''costs against the property fronting or .
rich that his fame. !ty, No use hunting Mr. Walters; it' meeting of the Istachatta Phos-
c-otur was so Candler 15
Warn Congressman Not to Re- abutting upon said 'sidewalks and phate Companywill be held at the of- a. m.

tlW'all of his immense holdings has I Tydings cures every& Co.'s case.drug Guaranteed store. m by veal Scandal. 'curbs! in proportion to the frontage of fice of the companyat Ocala Florida Ocklawaha 15, p. m.
East lake 16
reached down to our times. The his the property fronting thereon said on the first Tuesday in March, A. D.. a. m.
Weirsdale 1C, p. m.
torian. Herodotus. gave an account of i Governors and Women. Baton Rouge. Feb. 12.Relatives .special assessment being made per 1907. Linadale 18 a. m.
in COLIN C. WYLLIE, JR.
the rthces that CroeMis deposited .and friends of Dr. _Aldrich who Moss Bluff 19 a. m.
The public prints are faily bulgin, Harry front foot of the abutting property 2-13 Secretary-

the temples alone. There were ingots these days with the annual messagesof was Kineil by Judge Favrot. have senta thereon. The estimated total cost of Electra 19, p. m.
three broad Lynne !0. from :S to 10 a. m.
uf cold MX palms long the go\ernors of various: states; the warning couched in no uncertain the construction of said sidewalksand Notice to Non-Res'.cient Sportsmen. i Grahamville 20 from
12 to :
n.
p.
Notice is non-residents
and given to
and on- u s\-I frequency women are terms to crubs named one hunting game in Marion county that Connor 20. from 2 to 5 p. m.

: r fltetn tf these were piled up in .mentioned therein constrains one to ;> congressman-elect that the first attempt this ordinance, is .as follows, viz: the laws of Florida require them to Churchill 21. p. m.

1, treasure at Delphi. In other parts of I think that at last the state is coming'to on the part of the defense to Oeklawaha avenue $1.50 lineal first procure a license before so doing. Eureka 22, a. m.

itt"-t'; INroiliitus saw rich offerings I per The amount fixed is $tO/H) and the Daisy 22, p. nt.
character of Dr. Aldrich
ardunH'n of besmirch the
rl' as some importance ,, foot; Magnolia street, $1.50 per lineal Fort McCoy 23, a. m.
them a figure of a lion of natural official issuing the license is the clerkof
among and much of 1 will be met with by revelations that
not so course asi Main $1.3o: lineal Anthony 25.
foot street.
bowl about the size i ; per the circuit court. This notice isgiven
J I Iow'. a wine railroads and canals and insurance will stir the whole community.If foot: Wautula street $l.15: per lineal for the purpose of giving warn Sparr 26, a. m.

.. the lion and a female! statute-three companies, but still as accounting for the defense does not heed it. it foot Sanchez street $l.i3: per lineal : ing and saving trouble. Pine, (school house) 26, p. m. ,
I Orange Springs 27, m.
p.
cubits' high all solid gold. E. J. McCRANEY. .
something. The governor of Connecticut is intimated that not only will scandals foot; Fort King avenue $1.":; p'rl Citra 28.
the height of her pow- 4t. Game Warden.I Ii
when
Ruin at recommends the appointment of. follow, but with the communityin lineal foot. i I Ocala all of March.

ha-. many Immensely wealthy men a woman factory inspector just! one ; such a state of excitement there I j i -NOTICE. --I The law requires all tax returns ta
t and -" have the different: nations of I And the estimated amount per front 1 1i be in by 1st of April.
to be sure but that's something lots may be serious consequences.The I I I -
ih,' 'arth in all ages even as early as I foot of the special assessment to be i The annual meeting of the Stock ALFRED AYER.
of Favrot I
of them recommended more stringent indictment: was as Ml: Assessor.
levied upon the abutting property holders of the Barker .Chemical Company -
m bihlioal times.V laws for the protection of child and much a surprise to the friends of the will of ,
I said sidewalks where the be held at the office the -- -- -- -- --- --- - ----
banquets fronting upon
\\ read of the great women workers and in connection dead doctor as to those:: of his slayer. company in Rockwell Marion County
where platesrr I same are to be constructed, is as follows -
e,+rh av IloUhazzer's. let the Florida, on
Governor Folk characteriistiealiy.promises ready to malleI'drop.
They were s e s s a s ra .
shall
laid for more than a thousandowMf viz: Where said sidewalks Tuesday, February 19, 1907,
< strict enforcement in Mis- Dr. Aldrich's brother had said '. .
do not read of these be six (IC feet and four (4) inches in at 10:0:: a. m.
but we souri : but Kansas always progressive, 'openly that the family would not push S. S. AUCHINCLOSS, S
and giv'ng width one dollar and ten cents for I
opus\ in monarch potentates leads the procession for Governor i the case. The indictment throws otn I I Secretary. I .

11,.ir riches to public or private loch declared that "municipal sot- 'sides into a fever of excitement. paving and twenty-five cents for ,'Rockwell, Fla.. January 31t: 1907. j I Ii ,
I Il' lineal foot for curbing; and whcrrsaid I; 1.25: I IJ DR. D. M. BONEY,
'It- t.srtlon frage: which has been enjoyed by the The trial if held will probably begin I i
frfor tho United I sidewalk shall be seven f 7) feet I 1" Eyesight Specialist.
t tl" twin: ret women of Kansas since 1SS7 has proved Feb. 18. The defense will try NOTICE. i'e ar
I in width one dollar and twent-fi I
of the world's rE'I
St at i he youngest : l
i a success and that the right should hard to have the indictment quashedon '1 S

I'H"'. i- (in wl the example in this di.1.be extended." He closes his paragraphon technical grounds but if it fails cents per front foot for paving, and : The annual meeting of the Stockholders !

rich ranking twenty-five cents per lineal foot for of the Standard & Herdando
I.' ifu) and her men this subject by saying "The word'the story brought out will be similarin i
', citizens, are the great- curbing. The chairman of street committee ,|Railroad Company will be held at the I
f .'..t' private the world has evit -,'male' has !no place in a modern state' many ways to the Thaw case. is hereby further authorized and !office of the company in RoclweL'! f8'tJiPHTt"l :

,1 i i anihropists: constitution and should be stricken The scandal' behind tlie dark curtain [Marion county. Florida, on '
; directed to remove or cause to hf'1 i I Ia.t .
r r Kimwn I from ours." is unknown. Favrot has said : Tuesday February 19, 19:>7.- r ,;- tf* :
like Mr. RockeMI removed any and all obstructions or -
11:00 .
!i. w,H for men that Aldrich brought his fate upon a. m. rfa ... -,
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distribute their wealth along !i :encroachments along; the boundary.linE' RALPH BARKER ; j :
I. \
i 'n v _
remarks about .
Quite Sordid. himself by making Secrerry. ; 3U ... .
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where "
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but cannot helpM'rtMiiK of said streets or avenues f. ..
lonal lines we .Ai; ..
1.1111 ;i' There was a burglar in the room. : Mrs. Josephine Holt Favrot. which : Rockwell. Fla. January ";:MM. 1:IH7.+ '
instead of I said sidewalks are to be constructed. --- -- .
the wish that The beautiful young lady sleeping >her husband could not ignore. 1-25: ; [N---- /1"1 J" .'- '.., '-.,'
the such shade trees as said chain! 1L
except --- '
donations to greatt.di -- -- "
t'\\.v: thes- big there was awakened by the flash of During the three months spent in. 1 '., ,
and universities of the couniv ''man may deem best to remain. | Notice to Creditors. ;'>' :P".fh' '.lCI' \'.-
i. r his lantern. prison because of his peculiar. position'. Notice is hereby given to all cred'tors .: '''
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;iiMtt' are already richly t>endowed Section ::. The special assessment |'
'Let us come to an understanding. as judge and slayer will not permit legatees distributees and all
', had not overlooked the little !for the construction of said sidewalks !II' claims ,
I she said pleasantly. "Are you the sort him to bail himself out. Favrot has <;, ;I[other persons having against t .
<>fr schools. and cvrbs shall become due and payable -I|the estate of Julia T. Munroe. deceas-1
II
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of burglar I have met in fiction? not thrown any more light on his motive. i: I ': ti
Tru iv are to many colleges and uni- the visitor as fast as the said sidewalks and ed. to present the same to the under ; .
1 am not. Mum replied from
signed within two years this;i'
terwr.re. In the coumr where higher : "I'm the real thing. I tope that Favrot, Aldrich and District Attorney i,curb are constructed to be paid by ];!jan. 11 A. D. 1)1):) ;', at Ocala Fla.
duration ran be obtained by the alit! I:the lot owners of the property (ront-i i I 1 T. T. Ml'NROE.i i L
I silver on your dresser is too"ouJn't Wax. who will prosecute, went j!' in; eyes where others fail '
boy and the :: the said sidewalks .EKecutor of the Last Will and Testai -(
the abutting
but country
hit tout ; ing or upon ;;
"
I \\ do any good to talk to.through college together; and were deceased.1'jlllSt Satisfaction guaranteed or '
rgirl are dependent solely uptttt and curbs so constructed andestablished. ;J I i,: ment of Julia T. Munroe. ;
< mint !you about your golden haired baby :close friends. !i1j 1 money refunded. '
little country school and if a I *': i ii ii i iI
then? j j"Nope. Aldrich was family physician for :i I j I'S *
1 I
ur-u! \ -.lufortally constructed school ." I t his two friends.In i Section 4. The mayor and city:1 NOTICE. !i* OPTICAL PARLORS.

t..lIM' were erected in every neighborhood i "Got a sick wife at home:! ?" : council' are hereby authorized to issue -;i 1i I r,* 2 and 4 Gary Building. Ocala\ *

M ht re the population is sufficiently "Nope." i i"Worthy the mix-up of the Tampa Tribune:: special assessment city certificates -!!I The acnral: meeting of the Stockholders ,,. S

I '[ of the! Port InglU Tt'rminall)
( law io upport one and they were man driven to crime by1 I and Tampa Evening News thereseems for such amounts as cay be(:'Company will be held at the office oft'''' Florida. '

.11111,1!:.'d with all the modern rudi-j I hunger, perhaps" i to have been a consolidation of 'due and payable for the construction the: company in Rockwell. Marlon !'9 s t i 3 .
,
11.1 D'an appliances, in our judgment j jMr i ""Xope.Just out from me last job." 'tho 'oIer.enthalers and the Tribune of said sidewalks and curbs as fast as ,county. Florida on '!

Kwkrfelta1'' millions; would hrtt'i; .. accordingto Tuesday February 19th, 1907. .
the the constructed, :
"Well. concluded young lady. d<< : n.-( 'r the same clean bright : same are .
a> ,'OIUl.I"ht'CI!i far more goad for the! You're mean to will : the special assessment against jat 11 ::N a. m.
n disappointed. fac", bii -avs that things 1 RALPH B.RKER.I .IcIVKK and .ldCL! Iv
I

pat or' }!disturb me, and. I'm glad that's plated ;quickly! ; aujust themselves: and both i I said property as provided by this ordinance ; Secretary.

,{ '1'h. nited States must in the fu- I ware." papers will feel the beneficial effectsof : [ to be paid, in order loanable Rockwell Fla. January bt.1IIJ7..

t'.r a> in the 1+351. hook to the 'coun-; the change. :said city to pay the costs of the con- 1--e..-). .

IP fnr ifill brawn and brain and virtue i Judge Carter of Illinois says that ----- struction of said sidewalks and curb; '
NOTICE.
a very large degree and we!vitrified brick pavements are perhapsas We always knew Ocala had winning ;pending collection of said special assessment -i -

UnH< that wmie millionaire some days 1 durable as any iind that has been j ways. Now we are sure of it, for it and taxes said certificates t The anaoi i meeting of the Stockholders \ -

wtll,I) arlNto provide the country boy I used is nearly as sanitary as asphalt appears she has charmed the finan- "!Ito draw interest at the rate or six (') of the Dunnf-llon Phosphate' FUN ERALDIRECTOtS.

and country girl with rudimentary !and is about the same cost"though it .cial .or as one might say, the gift i per.cent. per annum. The amount |Companywill: b- held at the office ofthe

,4 atepsi :n knowledge, the foundation i!is very much more noi.-y. spot in Mr. Carnegie's heart with the t to be paid for the construction of : company in Rockwell: Marion : .
y Florida, on
stone UIKtwhich| our nation must --- result that the genial gentleman has i jsaid sidewalks shall be a lien on flu county 19th 1907. -t-
I Tuesday February
1
i worth of
dprnd for its greatness. j Eighteen thousand dollars :offered! her $;),000 for a library, pro- ,lots pieces or parcels of land abutting at 12 o'clock noon. Hu.. full duck of Cofflu.it r.'MAktUin.

glass is the estimated sum broken in .viding, the city guarantee $300;;' a year 'on said sidewalks and said lien shall HALPH BARKER I .I iiuritl I Outfits Srocial given to

The president is still giving advice !Ito the households of the United States 'I for its maintamauce.-West Palm :be enforced by suit in equity or at Secretary. ; Burinl s...rv f'el'i.

mothers annually ';'Rockwell.. Fla.. January :31st.: 191);. i i
Beach Sun. ;;law as provided by the charter of 123. Embalming to Order
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Futures THE in TURPENTINE Demand at 64 Cents MARKET.-Good "flHtlltiNl" " "it1fflHlnf"?" "i1tNfN1fillftltifttltrftfltttltlfltNfl1Hfft111ii1tt19fllft" " "!" " " " "? " " "l4r" '

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Sales for May-August. -....
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There has been quite an active interest Po- I __
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reported for May-August fut \ -_.
O- _
tures this week at G4 cents and one
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or more large sales are understood to
have been made. Futures opened this -.
r year at 63 cents, with but small sales __

at that price, producers generally be
ing averse to selling in advance at
that figure. The market is now withina JAKE
A B1aOe I
cent of the figure at which it has 1710 1'1Tll'
been generally believed there wouldbe dl '
good offerings. The exact amount ,
so far sold is not reported, but it is
believed to run into several thousands -
of casks. The present is the highest -
k
price ever paid for May-August fu
tures. Last year the sales were at 60ctnts FkWe
Wholesale Grocers Ocala
'. at which probably in excess of *-* ,
10,000 casks were placed. The present
{ price is $2.00 a cask ahead of that, i --
-;: and it is an indication if how the pro- .
regajd the future of the article, and

", the cost of its production, when they --
display so litle desire to sell in ad- -e
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trance at G3 cents and 64 cents. It is !I _
not improbable that here will be some- I

thing more is centered doing on this futures week. just More now interest E Want to Especially Call Your

than on the spot market.

Spots have been-disappointing by ttention to j

their weakness during the past few .
.' days. The receipts for the week ending -', ..
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.:: Friday were small 790 casks the ,...-..... .....
smallest so far this season, but it
-. ..... .,. ..... ...... .. .....
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did not serve to buoy up the marketand !>- ..\::-__ .. -"""' !" ><; J'.r!"' "! :.1k..177li$; ':': "!i' p "'60 Jfio '

stimulate an advance as was naturally __ p !I( ) ....
expected. An exporter began of- W"I
fering stuff on the board when spiritswas r
posted at 71 1-2 cents, which ....- V ; ...
'I', PURINA FEED __
which .tl"' _
served to check any tendency
t ....
might have been an upward movement. : '

.- Then stuff was offered by this r"'." ____ .f
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exporter at 71 cents, and finally at 70 "; '.
_.. 3-4 cents. This, of course, had its effect <,,-"T'i I {'; MILLS: r- ,- ..,.....uo<...........;.;, -....: y tIl1Ly! ; a_ :_:_
upon the usual trading. The market -
; was reported yesterday as fairly
well cleaned of the stuff in the factors FOR IsTOTJIRProtein
hands at this last figure. It remainsto STOCK.1-1
be seen whether there will be a
continuation of these tactics With
: lIt
s such small receipts as we are having -

_t of now, for and several nothing weeks to come, the in, to market speak is Guaranteed to Contain the Following Analysis: 3 I

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vhould be in firmer shape than it is. ".
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In the interest of the trade generally -

protest the against Review the must idiotic enter way another in+ E: 14 per Cent. \ It takes less quantity in 1

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which the Jacksonville board of trade
\
keeps and publishes it snaval stores ::

statistics. Several weeks ago that rat 6 2" feed stock in i ;
port was daily advertising the world :: to keep your t
at large that there was over 2r.ooo
casks of spirits in stock there when I
as a matter of fact, there was only I

about stunts 7,00v have) been casks.more This remarkable week iu t Carbohydrates, 60.0" good condition than any I

The reports published daily in Jack-

to sonville over the the newspapers Times country-ltnion have and and exchanged shown telegraph stocks all Fiber 6,9" Hother feed on the market. 1


of spirits, in round figures of 15oo<> .
casks, and a stock of rosins of uproxiniatcly ''
79,000 barrels. As a matter IN YOUR NEXT ORDER TRY A FEW SACKS. |

of fact the real stock of spirits ai ......
Jacksonville is probably less, than j
-tNio
one thousan 1 barrels and its actual __
stock of rosins is probably less than i -
21,000 barrels. There is great danger j4
to the producing and factorage interests E SEND US YOUR ORDER FOR

f is this system of official Jack on- I :
Title reports is continued. It wot'ldlx l
> far better for the entire trade if Evaporated Prunes Peaches Apples 0
Jacksonville would get out of the ; ,
game, so far as statistics are con- --
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corned, or get the figures with \>ZIH
reasonable range of correctness A London Layer Raisins Pickles Catsup
report like that now being issued is ,
worse than a farce, it is a positive ,

source While of there danger.was considerable !; :> '
also i
Condensed
ut at ions in rosins this week the not Campbell's Soups.
results at the close yesterday, when
prices wore compared with those ot'th + -tIn

an advance previous of Friday"0 cents, were on N not, 15 great ou I. fact anything in the Grocery Line. Our stock is complete.

partially 15 on H. partially 5 on K, i i t tr
partial declines of 31.3 on 0. 7lL' onK i
5 ou D-A. The market was weak m -* M
the fore part of the week, but had re- i X1M' ___
couTt'd some later and regained some i
of the earlier losses on the lower I .

grades grades. ,It down which seems to were any difficult extent the chief to or get to suuVrITS. hold low- 'i Try a few boxes of Hunt Club or Florida Emblem .

down. Receipts of '
them down when --
rosins were also very small, being
7.C13 barrels at Savannah, while the with
order.
Cigars next
previous week they were 13.551 bar your
rvls. Savannah Naval Stores lie

: view. Yours for business
Hon. \Vn. K. I-amar, in his place more
in the house of representatives, eon- r.
to his compilments to
tinaes pay -<
Judge Charles Swayno, of the fedora! ; --
4 district court of the northern district
of Florida. In a recent speech he ro Z:=i" '. tf" i .i ;:r ,' ;JN. t. ? >:fv' :", .
= 1!!Iii .
vte+ted the recent impeachment trial .. i
of Judge Charles Swayne by the senate ..... ;


that acquittal.and It) was said judge"we unfortunate that in have notwithstanding Flora nevertheless a.for' lie the peoI >his"araaeaUy '.. 'i I\o BROW'N & B- O. -$9 \


+k of Florida and unfortunate for theIKH :
>k of the country thai the judi-1 i I -
ctory should be so contaminated "But a ;!! tj: lr m ..' '.,'",,,l.- '! __ -y- .::
to bring about a ire
1 t** do nothing --
DovL" added Mr. Lamar. "! ci'' d ... .
the house uitnU ...
time, tell
time to
from I .., IJ
ouu's. record \ .. '4.
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Sir. F D Por, a former citizen l'i' 3tkaLt ...

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