The Ocala banner
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 Material Information
Title: The Ocala banner
Uniform Title: Ocala banner (Ocala, Fla. 1883)
Alternate Title: Ocala daily banner
Daily banner
Physical Description: Newspaper
Language: English
Publisher: The Banner Pub. Co.
Place of Publication: Ocala Marion County Fla
Creation Date: February 22, 1907
Publication Date: 1883-
Frequency: weekly[]
weekly[ former aug. 25, 1883-dec. 28, 1888]
daily (except sunday)[ former dec. 30, 1888-]
Subjects / Keywords: Newspapers -- Ocala (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
Newspapers -- Marion County (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
Genre: newspaper   ( marcgt )
newspaper   ( sobekcm )
Spatial Coverage: United States -- Florida -- Marion -- Ocala
Coordinates: 29.187778 x -82.130556 ( Place of Publication )
Dates or Sequential Designation: Vol. 17, no. 12 (Aug. 25, 1883)-
Numbering Peculiarities: Issues for 1884 later called new ser. vol. 2.
General Note: Editors: T.W. Harris, F.E. Harris, C.L. Bittinger.
General Note: Description based on: New ser., vol. 2, no. 14 (Dec. 1, 1883).
Funding: Funded by NEH in support of the National Digital Newspaper Project (NDNP), NEH Award Number: PJ-50006-05
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Source Institution: University of Florida
Holding Location: University of Florida
Rights Management: All rights reserved. Board of Trustees of the University of Florida
Resource Identifier: aleph - 002052272
oclc - 18660476
notis - AKP0235
lccn - sn 88074815
System ID: UF00048734:00417
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eonoCOeooa,4eNeeiooe0a9.NCSNOe0o o The reading club will meet this afternoon !I Some Excitement i J I
aK 0.j j Tuesday Night. I!
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.... ev.oeeoat..adohtcaa t>oee$oaeeoe+soobaac W at 3 o'clock with Miss Drum-

i i by at her home on Ocklawaha avenue. !! About; nine o'clock Tuesday night'

.. V" ."'- ..--% V"-v J :These: gatherings fill a delightful gapjl('I I twelve pistol shots were heard in rapid ['i ffl & Iiss I II
.:eb i I u VJJTX< \ /iFfliWP Q07 + O 4SI O> j h'! the enjoyable.social life of Ocala and are always -':js'alarm succession was felt.and of course great \ ,

4j S I We rushed in the direction of the :
f Justice Sumter Bullock and County j"firing line" and expected to find aj I
D e'" ; T OCALA
4) Ff t1 >fly.. U a ;,Judge Bell are both in the clutches ;I score or more men weltering in their' FLORIDA. i

: i. l () J ; W"r"- J'R J1 y K > i iof the grip. It is no respecter of i I gore but the only damage done seems :i i We have been in business i;
.. rJ zy now
: : ti t D U j I j-trsons-the judicial officers are no Ito! have been a broken plate glass :, i

L6p I more immune than the offenders the\ I i window belonging to Mr. Charles j I i :
I I over ten years--long enough to know the i
VO have before them. ,Peyser. .

: : AND GASH BOOKS 4} <4$I! i It seems that Adger Watkins a i needs of the public. It is our wish to be i r i
I B. C. Lanier, of Tavares. Lake county {I negro deputy sheriff was creating
.: 4 GO TO THEliw oo [was in Ocala Monday and was I some disturbance in Hogan's saloon. i i ii i, f of service to everyone in the community. : t t4tr94 f fi

!I having all manner of fan over the complimentary -!i i Mr. J. P. Galloway ordered him to
4 01: the Tallahassee !! i oSae+lr i+.H +4SN...+.s.oO++..."..".. ""......\ ,
way Sun jbe quiet, when he called him a vary 1I j \
t. I fr, 4) :; I and Pensacola Journal recently paid .. -,.--....- -.. _
) f) I vile name; Galloway struck at him! -- --- ---- - fI
1 \ Ii i their compliments to one of the statesmen ;with an ice pick, when the negro i ir i TO BUILD A i
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: of Lake's He I I i
1tH capital town.
1\ 1 !t ] {) says whipped out a pistol and began firing; _
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: : \ I At t 'a + :|the articles were gingery. i:Galloway< rushed :back into the saloon I James R Moorhoad will! ilt',m a i BIGGEST LINE l
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io n(.. 4.. procured a pistol, rushed back and returned ]preliminary Hue from Sharpy's F.-ir;; \
U '!1 General Chas. P. Lovell passenger I the fire, but neither of the !j Ito I Xorwalk. Putnam county, TIII'b.L! ...
84teeoaoeca |agent of the Clyde Line, was in Ocala duellists were struck. 1 for a railway for Messrs. A. S. Barnes; : OF iE f
eaoeaee; onec6s c staa oo.Ho- awo40304ri0enD
i.Tuesday and was the guest.of Mr. Will Had the firing occurred a few min- !& Co, large turpentine operators and
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1 I iHocker.I He says the Clyde is con- I utes later, when the crowds began I who first leased the state COD\irt? fur ...
.r. .w..se..wrs
jstantly enlarging its business and the streaming out from church serious r? ""anything that was regarded as a 1>U .i
MISS SARA ELIZABETH HARFtlS.: "j Rev. II. \'. Atkis-.on. the conSl'cra'"J ;["Consolidated Steamship company," i suits might have followed. ]price. This road..m run bSalt

Local Editor. 1 I pastor cf the :Methodist church, is increasing "of which it forms a part is coveringthe Policeman Dean who was hasteningto "Springs and Mr. Moorehead thou hs'

i' in popularity rapidly and is i seas with its ships. The Consolidated the scene of the shooting, claims {M that some of our young men migh

'" LOCAL AND PERSONAL I building up his church in a wonderful I now owns the Clyde the Mallory that one of the bullets passed throughhis i I.join the surveying expedition who i
I manner. He studies his sermons with I! the Ward the Peoples the Mi
I j'want to camp out, see the springs, and
(I great care and ejects into them great ner's and a half dozen other lines.It FOR
Tin- Hotel Montezuma is fast recov- The negro was arrested and jailed. ''i ill the Meanwhile enjoy a pan of tV
iI I pathos and feeling. Last Sunday is one of the largest corporationsin i,time hunting and fishing.
its old time
ring I were Frank received Harris into jr., and the church.Willie Wilson i t the United States. DEATH. 1!| The road will at first be used as a l LADIES( AND! D GENTLEMAN( ( '!H HTHE

Our hotel arrivals show that Ocala I I I log road but it is hoped that evn
i- Copular with the traveling public. I Colonel Felder Lang, who has been News reached us of the sad d&loMJ r., !tually it will be converted into A rpg
t The Marion County Hospital Association distributing sunshine and geniality in our sister, Mrs. E. F. Neil which occurred -I ular passenger and freight road.

The court house trimmings are; reviving has built a nice litttle annex I Ocala for the past several days has at Chattahoocb.ee Fla.. on Feb. It will go partly through the big

a second coat of paint. and it is in good shape. There are now 1+j returned to his home at :Miami. He 11. She was formerly a resident of "scrub where deer bear and bis and

only three patients in the hospital. I enjoyed his visit here very much and Geiger Marion county. Florida but (small same are so abundant.

(Receiving such excellent treatment II I I we shall look for his return soon. He was taken to the hospital at (,hatt-. !!
If would time, II
you improve your
the doctors turn them out and send I says the Indians in the everglades lost hocchee for treatment on December j j i
.hl' it to a watchmaker. j :Misses Jessie and Ella Owens, of
I them on their way rejoicing in very I a good many of their number the past 17, 190G. ;
: Sparr wen :loiJpln;; in Ocala Tues JEWELER.
short order. i lyear from an epidemic of measles but She gradually grew worse day by I
j V man isn't necessarily: a fool be- day. Next to Sparr the; are thor- ;
i that the tribe is increasing in numbers day and died of consumption. .
"-a wt' he looks the part. \f-<' erday, like nearly all days are! !!and the "bucks" are fine looking speci- Her remains were brought to Mi-1'oughly loyal 10 Ocala and rake prid- .0........................
singing iTs praises.
under I now in Ocala, was a busy one.: Among mensg of men. They are! as straightas canopy, and laid; to rest in the Mica- ---- -- .- -. -- -
The giHl night kiss comes -
the outsiders we noticed the follow- II an arrow end very athletic. The"squaws" nopy cemetery on Feb. 13. In the ab-
11t' head of the farewell perfomance.
ing Mr. Ferguson, Holder; Dr. Veal, are not as fine looking women -sence of her pastor, Rev. IIumphreys.of 'e+++ +.H# + ,+ -. .+i.c. .

The drought was broken last night Mart ; R. P. Priest, Dunnellon; J. as the "bucks"are men. The Mclntosb Rev.- Barrs the Methodist ;

L gentle rain. Williams, Silver Springs; J. C. I colonel is an interesting talker and minister .'uiciated. < iAdd.

.f 1\7 \\' Palaatka; F. Wellhorner,I knows how to enten in a crowd. While we miss her sadly we have a oii ew ccou'isit' l

\II ,'tnce of common sense is worth ,[G.ananiville; W. T. Strickland. Heidts- glorious I hope of meeting her som

I !It/untS of book learn lg. v.lle; Mr. and Mrs. Hendershot Miss Fey Entertains. !sweet day beyond the ri+ihr. !

Ycrk I She has been a constant member o* .
Uriels in this the Presbyterian church for : |
l.a.yer'i are printed I Miss Freddie Foy entertained most II many acCounts
"Ilk,' on short notice. Col. I. N. Withers, senator-elect 'years.
I i i delightfully Monday evening a J and our business is increasing at tI
She leaves a husband and
from Lake county was in Ocala yes-II few friends at whist complimentary to i.vocMWren =

Mr MaMory:! Liddon spend Sunday at 11,terday. He has just returned from !Miss Susie Johnson Asheviile, :::. with oilier relatives and a a satisfactory rate. Possibly also
how. uII h his family and worshippedat la-visit to Levy county where an elee- !It.'., who is spending the winter with host of friend; to mourn her loss.: very you I

fh Vtthodist church.Tb..unt'rs tion is in progress for senator to fill ltMrs. I i Dearest sister, thou hast left '!:,.
I I W. D. Graham. j might 1 be glad to j join us. i
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I the vaacncy occasioned by the death 1 !j [And your loss we deeply feel.
1 say that the bird shooting 'of::, Senator Carter. Ho says that frora'all 1 'int.-sting i I And 'tis God who has bereft i's,

teas not been very good this.year hecould ascertain the chances of;several hours after which dainty re- lAnd all our sorrow He can heal.

,I e .afar tct ho exceeding drougth. !I!Gus Morton looks altogether! pror.iis-ifreshments! were served by the hos- I A SISTER I
!I It. !fug: Senator Morton will not sound''jtess j assisted by her mot her.j i!I COMMERCIAL BANK
\ 'antes Gates, who has been con-ji i .
|i bad. j I The ladies' prize one of the latest i Mr. :Marcus Frank, the popular senior .
time is
t in.I t lit his horse for a long
1 1 1It j '!novels, was won by Miss Margaret member of the Variety Store left : } :
OC\ll. FL0.
.\: able! 10 be out. i iI I :
| Miss Esther Weathers her interesting 'Tuesday for New York to buy the
: and -;Taylor, and the gentleman's prize, .

,IJ- \n 5-iui :MnA.. P. Stackey, of Sil- J.,i guest Miss Edna Cushing '!also one of the late: : novels was wen {'spring and summer goods for this en- 44+4+:+!$4.44'4 t'D+9.++! 8sS4 N43SS'.'t'44sC$44....:

I were iof:' Red Bank N. J., left Monday on tjby! Mr. Thos. H. Harris. j firm. Since its opening two
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t 'r apr'tgr: : yeh i % Nears .
'the steamer Howard for Palatka. This{ It will linger as one of the reason's ago it has inaugurated a new I L .

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'mot trips in Florida and no doubt was (( attracted a larger trade to !jtre, Hop Cowthun will hav- '.:irof ::.
twuaun.rry short cake" taste I r
and that is what I i thoroughly enjoyed by these young rMr.II I! Louie Washbcurne, the advance}lour city. This firm has pursued a vig- At DeFumak Springs.: Florida.! -Same ih* Hcbrmf photography M.s.tf J. '
mighty .4tMxi to us
'ladies. They will prolong their 'trip j iagent of the greater Smiths' Shows }orous and persistent system of advertising : Things of Interest From the Pro- | BnM/ will direct the school f ',
; ae (H-'iu-m; is now feasting on. I
> I to St. Augustine and will enjoy the jjthat! will exhibit in Ocala under the J I and it feels that the money gram. 'c-Jtion and Mrs Hazel A. StilT:a i "

Mr, Wu' Herbert Powers will en- brilliant attractions of the Ponce del;!auspices: of the Ocala Rifles next has been well spent. It has also pur- : have charge of ;>!.'. 'Heal cuhtir.j .

tevlai. the Young Ladles' Card Club Leon. II week came in from Gainesville yesterday sued other up to date methods and it :j i The session this year opens on F.-h. I - .-..,..-

tstuldty afternoon. where the greater shows are is now one of the best known businesses ,,22nd. and closes OB March 30th giv- i j Beautiful) and He pf If'.

Mr. J. A. McCarley, of Boardman exhibiting, and says while moving the in Ocala or that has ever been in ,I,;mg six Saturdays for the excursions The March n tm'.i-: r -..1.tei.:. I
R. R. Carroll has rented the lit- cage occupied by the female lioness our city. This year it will carry 'i at the usual rate of S5 cents for adults .
Mr was among! those who paid this office aj lean Dressmaker i- i I.< :' and fl, ,, 01'
Ole cottage which he recently purchas- a pleasant visit Tuesday. He said the wagon capsized and the lionesse'sleg larger stock than ever and will pursue !I I including the ail day admission and tractive than ani i /ions n-itpi
.4 and filed up on the corner of South that the young orange trees in his was caught between the bars and the methods that has made if fa- j i everyone of them has some outsand- !, The cover design is stanni"!.

Third and fanchez. streets. neighborhood suffered quite severelyby was badly fractured. Dr. Bullock was mous. ling I feature of especial interest, and J Th.! ".n..* which! begin on tin! : '
called in to see the patient and set i i:the usual course of the program it varied inside
the Christmas freeze but that the page I is aJI__.
Mr. 8. F. Uou, of Reddick. and Mr.J. older trees stood the blizzard all her limb very successfully and the The Presbyterian Social. !i
I.. Harvey, of Sparr two prosperous right. Mr. McCarley said that his I lioness seemed to realize what he "I'hour I is taken up with a lecture by a"!ded. A review of the Nt,... Y.aJn ..r's

tiseas represented their re }lec- home could not do without "the oldest I was doing and seemed grateful to him The monthly social of the Presbyterian -: someone worth hearing, white the I '' '!' i is beautifully lHatratfi An

fm f .< w-cUtea in Ocala Tuesday. paper in Florida," and inscribed his I for his sen-ices. It is not often thata church was given Monday af- ,morning and evening hours we giver lar elton Sandwiches for All!I orrl:

,rf name among its increasing muster Florida doctor has patients of this ternoun at the residence of Mrs. Ceo. ,:'''to entertainments of the more popu- stops suggests some deiteiou ,l:: '

Tb. grip has a grip on quite a number roll !sort and we do not believe that they MacKay and proved to be a delightful ;lar character, thus affording! omethwt dainty new kinds.

of our population. Some of theN !Tare pining for them.I affair. Mrs. Handley's class furnished |;every Saturday to please every onP. The Dry Tinting Process for r.lJi| ?

viailal tUD. 1.- Ocala and has accepted a positionwith I Mr. E. T. Helvenston the senior Scott recited entertainingly. Mrs. Herbert '. Hon. Chas II. Lane, Prof. Chas Lane Is. and which has fcs so much asd

the Ocala Banner job depart- member of the firm of Helvenston and Anderson poured the tea and oth- i,Gov. N. B. Eroward, Hon. Lou J. Bean- for since the magazifi publi-1,. nit
of Silver ment. This reminds us to that the Pasteur company has just returned champ, one of the best ever here at
Mr and Mr* E. P. Rentr say j er refreshments were served. Mrs. C. lc It May is also printed In the
........ attended divine worship Ocala Banner is constantly receivingnew .'from New York city where he has been I C. Todd. Mrs. W. Newsom, Mrs. ,any time by the way. a gorgeous March issue.There .

at th* Methodist church in this city faces of type and employs the I for the past fortnight buying the spring Donald McIver and Mrs. W. W. Condon I"Mother Goose" entertainment under is more than the usual varietyof

''iMa"itty.I" most expert and artistic printers and and summer goods for his progressivefirm ,assisted Mrs. MacKay in entertainingand [direction of Alice May Magly; "Son- taigas cf dries aDd wrap for
is prepared to do any kind of job which every year is buying bet- : quite a handsome sum was added I shine" Hawks and Senator James VGC<< .HJ aad ebildk+n.

I McDanlel 1 is working up quite a to a box car letter dodger. Our job ter and better goods in order to keepin !to the church treasury. I Broome Louis Spencer= Daaieit Cyclone A? usual, there are naajr htlpful

.......,... fervor at the Baptist church. printing, like the subscriptions to our touch with their increasing trade Souhers and "Ellwood." aj 'estiotis for every woman mho
& fl to the church on Sunday. ing manner and we guarantee: satisfaction this year will challenge the taste of of Douglas Powell, with ails I Subscription price f 1.W a year. Send

I' .- "..- in every instance. Let us the most fastidious. Mr. Helvenstonsays i The que. ions always comes up: I.Mary Campbell at the piano, while ,your name aid address to Style &

CokMu D. C. W. Smith the Philadelphia give' you a specimen job.. it was bitterly cold in Xew York. "What is a gentleman? Some say he j!Prof. Carrico who will again! lead the (American Dressmaker, 24 and :2G FAst

capitalist, will return from Lees- He happened to strike there during is a man with a silk hat and others a i orchestra, will bring with him A. B. I fast strut New York.

bM'I' h Aay. Ho I is largely interested Injunction Case Heard. .the process of a bitterly cold blizzard. ,man with a smooth tongue. But men I Rische and Mrs. Carrico, who have

bIth in Ocala and Leesburg, and will I connected with the newspaper trade !made themselves favorites by their The women too ,in this country

tttilted the t'l n.'nlof the winter be- The Ocala House Wine Rooms several When a man goes into a hotel and have a canon of thir own. I work here before. In addition to these I have made its name famous and respected -

irrt'Pa the two places. days ago filed a suit praying forjan (!finds something on the table that does "Mr. Editor," said a patron one day there is a strong list of soloists and in all parts of the!: earth by

1 i injunction against the Ocala Wine !not suit him, he does not raise hades "how is it you never call en me to pay musicians among them being Flora i Russel:

Mr T i:. Ellis, the fertilizer man House, II. J. Precht proprietor, ask with the landlord and tell him to stop for your paper?" McDonald, a French soprano, bo-i- .

flat t Gainesville, is among Ocala's lat :ing that the latter concern be not al- 'his old hotel. Well, hardly, He sets "Oh," said the man of types, "we specialty is Scotch Songs in cosume. I See what Mrs. Leland Stanford did
i wt arri\al He says that Gaines. Il:>wed to use the trade name "Ocala that dish to one side and wades into never ask a gentleman for money." For those to whom the chautauqua t tor education in California and like-
ripe ht forging ahead in leaps andbtiie4s. Wine House." the many dishes that suit him. It is "Indeed" said the patron. "How do means an oppcrtunitay to hear and b> j jwUe the beneficent charities of Mrs.

He never tires in singing the The case was heard Monday by different with some newspaper read-. you manage to get along when they +:nearing, learning the program ororalses Phoba Hearst! Our good women are

prate" of the University City. ,Judge \V. S. Bullock in chambers.Hon. ers. They find an article occasionlyj don't pay?" a rare treat indeed, among those !holding an even hand with the men.

R. L. Anderson represented the that does not suit them exactly, and i, "Why," said Mr. Editor, "after a best known being Dr. Alexander Jack. and often the charities of the men

lion Chas. M. Cooper of Jackson- Ocala House Wine Rooms, while Hon.C. without stopping to think that It may certain time we conclude he is not a soar Rev. George Summpy, Dr. Wirt owe their inspiration to tte women.

, M till\ *, former congressman and prominent Sistrunk represented the Ocala please hundreds of other readers makea gentleman; and we ask him.*'-London Lowher, Rev. A. T. Kempton, Dr. Jas.. Oar men and women who disburse

In l legal circles is a guest of the Wine House. grand stand play and tell the editorhow Mail. Albert Patterson and Wallace Bruce, their riches In charities are to be

Ocala House Another distinguished After hearing the arguments of the a paper should be run and what A new and to us very strong tea commended. From Girard to Rockefeller

arrival of this great hotel is Dr. Jno. attorneys in the case, the applicationwas should be ran and what should be put Kill the corn and pea weevil and ture of the coming season, Is that al:]i l and Carnegie, the United States

A. W)tth of New York. denied. into it.-oklahoma Capitol. the gopher by using Carbon Bisulhid& the schools are to be free. Krnnetl'Jo I cay well] boast of its &!UtaftthropUU; !
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cor. : Special to the Occla Banner: :Special to the Ocala Banner. I ,
The Ladies' Aid Society of Martel i ---- .as tn= "T<.BilM l> 4ua. aM .. .... i
I Colorado Child Caught in a Big Slide Nantucket, Mass., Feb. :' -With an Washington ;tb. .>0.-Bv agreement I I
netted thirty dollars at their late supper i and Dug Out Unhurt Next Morn !indebtedness amounting to over $lti,- net.l: polieeuMi oa ai. n. stW.d ft+ .-Q' rl.. ..... I
1 : entered into between SenatorS .... with 'b' ,. .
and all present had a gCfj ing. ,,000 and tied up with mortgages and 'a gw. ttjr wwrid fc. f' .u II.
i 's frrinds and the meailnw < Hbn> 1111\ .n' .. ...
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r |attachments the Sea CH5: Ian, Nan- by cftetaato It irpa II
time.Mrs.. C. Y. :Miller of Leroy was Salida Col., Feb. !&.-EJarIa.on.: 1 tuckeu's largest and finest summer hotel .the senate on Feb. :20, the senate will I.powerful and .arprtoM do rarttNl nAiad ft .- ,r <....... rigs. J
thrown from her buggy Sunday near four years old is probably the only and frequently styled "the society this afternoon vote on the resolutiondeclaring MODabkt ,ropoI dDa. 'in it i! a* if they. !bad .. %.II.. t t,. ..r.

St. Johns church and badly bruised. j(person of any age who has had the;hotel of New England." is to go under him not entitled t, ht for little: BelgtM to i I Tow.. i," aao'B-" d.. ..:, y.,, r .

r Dr. Veal of :MartPl had professional |I startling experience of being crushed i the auctioneer's hammer: this afterjnooa. seat ,Inaovarion te ABtw rp : : aln"r sigh \ tr I

and Gainesville Tae of the ; .' ..10f'k he ate 4 t..r,' .
calls at \nt ony down a mountain side in an avalanche I !program. dealing: with r* Bniff. and 'idan j..o4

the past week. cf snow, gives up for dead :and' i The hotel was run by the "swells" loft of committee, as tentatively! which bas now spread ro & *a* &i4a' 'Pn r IMI<'f, ", ,..

Rev. M. A. Outland is putting the dug out next morning alive and well. tof Providence society and was in fact
parsonage lands in nice condition at j The worst snowslide in the history 'I\a society corporation.Col : i ignore the senate, provides that a As time west QC and tac .b.- .a t!'t. .. .. "1 A, ;, ; 1.1... AI

Martel and bids fair to become one jot this region occurred at Monarch.eighteen R. S. Wastburn was president, democratic senator pn-sumab rJr.. I
of our leading farmers and truck raisers miles west of here, killing |land W. Guild's salary as manager was Bailey or ilr. Overman will propos ,est that night 'riD1t't1. -.\. a mtaur'' ',f 'a'. T ., ,.... -

the intensified ( I to replace the commmittee resolution. .. iliac *r,4 i...r .
on system. six people outright, seriously injuringone !j placed at $1.500. wont quarters uf (heat.
of 51. J. ,which that Mr. Smoot's .- ....iacui; "i t. m.: .
Repairing and building cottagesis and injuring a dozen more or less I Among the shareholders are provides seat appeared ( ...aia. raftaa 1 ...

booming at Martel. severely. But a baby boy was sav ,Perrv, the wealthy Providence bank- .r will be declared vacant with a substitute rontried" u> ou'W-tt too I i I I .- naa ..aL' '"1. IN 1 ,

t A. H. Woodward has bought the ed. j jer, Col. Samuel P. Colt and others shall l declare in favor of the expulsion tml., but ihfe ..... swift. (I II I .. I There to' I W. .L- ,

nailer's place at Cotton Plaut and he Monarch is a small camp consistingof !well known in sacfety. of the Mormon senator from and sacadom tom,. tn5tI ..... s pt.r . .4'. ... I 04i

and family are comfortably domicile I a few buildings and nearly all the i The creditors are legion and the l;tah. the. mos d'-'p"'rat. rtul-,... "*rf. frun a 1wt I

'.' thereon. !inhabitants general impression is they will be left The move will i it is understood, .receive ,r tt'hr .
2 had gone to bed when the The nimbi rerti lrr .'f he I
Hon. Jas. M. Barco of 'l"aJ:1pa"a3 I elide started with a noise Uk.a in th.i lurch. | the support of the republican' T'p;J' fc 4B..J1- .- ....
; mad b. about one un-trvd(
< among us the past week on a visit to Its effect will be to place the question i .f r't-/1 'a, i .. '
shot. this there
cannon Beyond was
ty guards. as.1..0> nfivperfectly
his family. no warning; and no chance!: to escape TO OVERHAUL THE OREGON. of expulsion squarely befor the :del. trained dug police .; '" ,'satb "tit, ... t 1f .4 '.,..*

'' of Su Petersburg i and the indications ,,,,, r .
Capt: James Cribbett The Mason cabin was directly in the ate. are stroDe tAlI' tru. ..
I is divided into a hundred I
: made a business trip among i's path of the huge area of snow, which Special to the Ocala Banner: ;I thatpulsion the --Vution providing for ..". settioas. so arranged that Jar ,n* ba' J :. .....

the past week and consummated the gathered weight and velocity as it Brooklyn N. Y.. Feb. 20.-The famous .. will be rejected or tabuiatHby i''o t .it.; .. "no' It. 11 .to
?' dog cn aiw,y count on
sale of his valuable plantation near rushed down the mountain side. i battleship Oregon is expected the vote ot a large majority of the'senate. ben' if nccaatue V.' IIhat ... "/ '. ; ate

York for valuable consideration to The slide seemed to be the signal !here today or tomorrow morning forcorap'.iHc :, \ Careful suppon check Is k-et 11 .0..e Lull! '. ...-**

U Horn & Co. for a terrific blizzard which much ( overhauling in the navy .- that they. visit every yard '' i Crat r r

The congestion of fiats at Marcel hampered the rescue party sent from I yard. She is ro be modernized at an ENGLAND AND GERMANY. beat but i-ren if the men _. -

for shipping lumber has been b okenat expense of over one million .' -"*-- ,, 1..Iert ,,. .
I the city. They dug out the bodies of I' to shirk their work tar l''* > !: a..
... last, and now lumber is being rapidly !five people and then about 10:20 the She will be changed on the same London. Feb. 20.-At a meeting <.< tbnn 'n it If the night .,.:tlID..> a' 0'.1" "r111

J transported to fill orders long since the lines as her sister ship, the Ir-d'ana, :the Imperial Defence League in the up .. af :. -rr1 h,
I _. I next morning they came to boy used by day IMY get "'Sf i,! < 4>pas pA
. .' due. ;j Ed gar. He was in the top story of and will be *' rc ided with balanced .Army and Navy Club last night Lord a currespoadiac number "..lil, .. sutras t... '. rtqI

; An absolute guarantee has been the cabin which had been carried: one elipticai : rreT" to prevent her from ;'Roberts who presided, said the Bri1 taken fPMn taelr. next ni I I.' "I ls .. 8' ,ti, '.., .. ..
male by the Atlantic Coast Line rail- keeling when all four of her twelve ish natiou could not lose side of the .
s thonsand feet. I .latina the arbt. ..v>-.."ut aria U 't att. N'K'i; t> tat .
way company to furnish, the Martel inch guns are pointed over the same fact that all the new equipment of I ', .. i
The cabin gave the appearance of I dtJc"u 1A'rtrrm'.al i ',,1 19a. .n-' >\ >> III > 1L 7
Mill company seventy-five fiats per bating been overturned completely side of the ship. German-- was aimed at Great Britain K- ?'tiff E'.i.: .. I. IQs. .'-,.'. .. I
t"t'ltr t ripe of then named
which will much relieve :The fact he said.
month very was Germany mu.--
and he was so wound up in bed clothes IlllCh Brer (Ih !1 tsl t? t I. .j ,-t .. i
'anlt" i|">n
that progressive company of the intolerable that it is probable they protected him NEW YORK' FARMERS ORG4NIZING. 'have space to colonize !In and suitabl 'tH. ; ,p at I...... .;. tu.
wr <
lnJl.j .i.'n
: and costly congestion it has I space for that PUI'pOlitt'OUltI only be i .. .. '
I and saved him from certain death. 'birds of the cltv The HJB 't.Jt I' III 4l'a" <;ct M.4 :
suffered from the past year. i r: Three other children escaped with !Special: 1 to the Ocala Banner had after defeating England I n.w.; (. : .A ,"hM'I.PUIrL t I
i ;in ; a great xprttar unl i a
I The Martel Mill company has I cuts and bruises but the father and..! Utica, X. Y.. Feb. :2').-Plans forilie 'dy; England was reduced t' 'n- rank risc'r; t.. ft".. 'aa aa. ....! ....f;
awarded the contract to build a railroad t mother killed organization of the farmers of':of a third rate power (;< rn,.11.i su lilt '
[ were outright by the t''tI .f. I J
I rin! : f'
anina 'lJ""nr first :
.; on an air line from their road New York state on lines similar to rbe world upreme.
slide. It nay be days before their I( ." n \\ ben 'in.T1" a' ,. 'fW .t tt4! w.
south through township 13 and 15I I I the labor unions were perfected here ,
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bodies be .
can recovered as snow is : ,.J .... .. .q4. "
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ranee 20. a distance of ten miles. It coming down in great clouds and ito-da r by the Central Farmers' Club Money for Immigrant ttali.... iF' t "w t : .
u.-r "'a rrarh; +'1 12; ', II
r will be extended to the \\ithlaroocheeriver there land the task of organizing agriculturists .
are already eighteen feet of .
.. ">:: ?nr 1 1I f A
Feb T1-
at an early date and ultimatelymay [! will be undertaken forthwith. Washington. ::11 '''1- I
snow in the streets. '. ,
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absorb the G. E G. railway company '|i The combination will, be known as :committee on n;,tnratiiat::'a' .r I '! I i*\ > nt. r '

which seems to be at a stand, THIS IS WORTH SAVING. i[. the "Milk and Farm Producers'- 'migration dt-d'.1: d! ..,-iavfaorab' '. ." : ,iT IA"t gap tl! .
iI ttvrt The ",)' f tat.LtL rt !' .
stilL! These roads are located on I ipociation." '!<' reportm! NI'IK! ;r I' {

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J7't."' 't fo ci-h uf r.
parallel! lines only a ql1ari-r: of a The following simple, home made The object of the association ill ii.i : .L.' ,
f mile apart. mixture is said to relieve any form'!:iat "to establish fair prices for all t onjJCul.."j (f''-IL n. .'. :N'. q, IIr' '1' '. ...

t of rheumatism or backachefi also'! milk and farm bei leans. Gahtfstim 'tn'l i t'*-ar >. >n > l' .l.... ','''Jt'! f .
products as teen
cleanse and strengthen the kidneys i I'rn-: .! t", I \ 1(1 ...
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LAKE WEIR HAFPZUINGS.i I producer and consumer; to regulatethe
and bladder overcoming all urinary j The war of fhun! :n te' ,.' .!a tt-- ". 1 '.:' '" ,>
I disorders, is taken before: the stale supply so as to adapt it to the demand .
in FrannThe II"
going on
Special cor. Ocala Banner: I of Bright's disease: Fluid Extract of: an 5 thus mitigate the evils arising -

i Last Saturday party <-onfci.;ting ,oft I Dandelion one half ounce; Compound j from a surplus; to injure justice ..*+.+..+s+..+.++.+.+++.... ..+...#.M.. It >*! 1
Mrs. II. W. Henry, Miss Edith yrvald I Kargon one ounce Compound Syrup j Georgian anti-! .
a producers as to weight etc.: to
Sarsaparilla, three ounces. Mix by .
has been judicial!: 'up1.-! *!
Miss Laura Driggers, Mr. and shaking well in a bottle and take in ..;idle milk, butter, cheese eggs and .
Mrs \\'. H. Toyt Mrs. K. H. Clements teaspocnful doses after meals and at -- ,
: nil other farm products and to deal ,. ,
effort will !L '
An inant' to a tilt
Mr wad Mrs. J. Carstens. John i bedtime. I. more direct with the consumer. II
Came '. Dick Christian. Carson Brad. A well known authority states that ship subsidy hill at ihi- >. u u< I
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ford and Dell Moody spent a most .u"e-- j these ingredients are mainly of vegetable congress. NNOIIOEUIENT$ II
extraction and harmless toj I Oil For Roads.
lightful day White's ferry and Capt. use and can be obtained at small ; .
I Jerome is doubtful of Than > I>&Il I
Martin's turpentine !>UIJ.t noon a cost from any good prescription phar Herman N. Kanutf. superintendent I .
most bountiful Izncheon was spread I macy. Those who think they have i of the county road work. ar the meet-,I ity and may ask for a Hnn-mu "> .

1 kidney trouble or with lame back orj i of the commissioners of'' inquire into the same. I
on a barge in mid stream after which ing county i
weak bladder or rheumatism should
Mr. Mooay did the honors of the j give this prescription a trial I Duval county Saturday last reported E
as no \ vote will be taken ua the! Mwou' I L.x. '"
camp in the absence of Captain Martin harm can.. possibly follow its use, and I that excellent results have been obtained .. 1
and the
I case today general opin"JtiIS
by calling out the two base ball it is said to do wonders for some people. from the experiment with Reg- I't

nines and the brass band for the I xJ Ian oil on the county shell and rock that he will retain his sar : 1I' 1I
..A'f SG JUtT OPtHfO OV.MOf : 1I
amusement of the crowd. There was Itlestdoes. not seem to be a part|!, roads ospeciilly that strip on the Orange After man.' hunt lighting oa hiNacaraguan : .
Park road. tyttw Kit OrB 11It01Mi? r- r.. I *
"something doing" when "Sunny Jim" <.t the paraphernalia of greatness.-- frontier lit"' w____ i-b-

"Hal Biscuit"* and "Happy Hooligan"! Napoleon the great warrior from the I II Mr. Kanuth stated that out hundred Nicaraguan" and Honduras arml". the : Dt.oj1T: .,t...iNfi W'IT 1rwE : I

the bat. The band struck number of his I, and twenty barrels of the oil hadbeen : ...
wen to upa pictures must have latter were defeats! .aiiUR'T .dais w. i
!lively valtz and even the "Pard of loved to sit for them. Lee. whom Ware sprinkled! on the Orange Park! : 1 I't
/:rtVt4. OUA piit4N 1 AN_ TMI
LakeVir" caught the spirit of the led to believe was so sober as to :,road, and that it not only lays the' Gen. W. A. Cab H. ('umman.tt"Trans3IiSl5iuippi : .
fun and in his own inimitable way br almost sombre appears to us in i
gave a true and correct cake walk rany attitudes sitting; standing and I the residents along: the road but it !V.'s has been placed under a fi..I"> '" : AN. Ut. WI MANie ANjtai .. : J

r around the grandstand until the up- on horseback. Thomas Jefferson, one I preserves the road. bond for some connection with 'ht' : SADt wIf gt LtCklO- 9 : J Jf

C roarotss aphnst'C.fl shrieks of laughter of the biggest men of his time and About one hundred barrels of the Honduras iotten company : ...... ClOAHt. ITC WE A", ...0 f

awoke! the echoes of the old Ock- perhaps 01 any time must have hada oil and the sprinkler for the distribution .. :
: ,0
MUmPftgHittAT js l'
I lawaha from shore to shore. About pencLan; for having; his features re- on the road is now on the Main Wilhau Dean Huwells. who gads .. "" i

four o'clock a vote of thanks was gi\,1 Ouced to canvass. His pictures come street rock road just at he city lim- .there is no money in literature. ('tlllhttet scoot : ii

: en Mr. Mood for his generous I down to us in every conceivable I its. and work on that driveway will:' a good deal of iteht by tine a ,.ov.. P00 MuAN. __. : il t i

ness; to Mr Carney for furnishingthe I shape and at all periods of his life. he commenced this week. confidential chat with Thona VLawson. .. .

wagons: to :Mr. Bradford for his The same may be said of the wise Parties who have driven ivf-r the .Courier-Journal .. l

fine catch of fish; to Mr. Hoyt for I Ben Franklin. Unsainly he was I oiled! portion of the Orange Park driveway .. ..

the steaming hot coffee which he I Abraham Lincoln had his picture tak- I are high-in praise of the Raglanoil New English battleships arthi if .

> seemed to enjoyhimself (we lost en Enumerable times and in innumerable experiment and hope that more ,,modeled in paraSinv wax an
count after four sups). Then all drove I attitudes. It must have been aj,j roadvay. in the country will! besprinkled !els tested in a tank. The sax I ala \

I away anticipating another fish fry at I fad with him. Even Tom Watson,I| with it. not absorb water or change ...i'n': \Vinc House I

the same place in the near future. !whom we had conceived a notion was I Mr. Kanuth. with his road building';permits of easy alterations ":tbIJUI

machinery, is now working in South loss of material.If .1
Mrs \ 11. Moore and little daughter the pink of modesty; in his last mag- ,

have gom* to spend a week with arne. shows himself in all sorts of i)Jacksonville extending the Mandarin the nails are hard and !hritt'e' rub : H. |J. PRE' 'H 1'. Prop i

Mr. Moore, who is bookkeeper for the positions, on horseback in his Libra- 1 road with shell.-Industrial Record. .
them at night with a hnl' rout .
Baum Crate Co., at Crystal River. .ryin a "brown study" and in other I :

Mr. Van Buren has purchased the positions. There seems to be a streak j jof Names of Flowers.It cream. Lemon juice will reim.ve tit.!" ...NN..............................................
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and the use of u iittlc ammonia in
Alfred Ayer property and will reno- Egotism running through the whole : is interesting to know how certain <

rite and paint the house before occupying !|human race. and the men are no freer j!! flowers:' get their names. :Many ;( bath water will strengthen. .. 'ne I.ll. H
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same. I|.ism: it than the women. i were named after individuals. For instance Gormltly- xceis a.1 I other .tn.ntin
: II Fuchsias were so called be- 1 1cause
Miss Margaret Eagleton, of Ocala ;1 I the production of honey It H .

{ has been visiting Mrs. R. L Martin ; Poor Judge; Swayne He started out I i they were discovered by Leonard timated that there are 1..tt'h tnn- BACKACHE I

for a few days this week. ':blinded to his Fuchs. Dahlias were named for .' 't
own and gan'grened hives in that country with i '(n <'i 1.fi"
i Andrew Dahl who brought them from i .
in the belief '
that the southern j|I Ii of 20,000 tons. Spain is s lto'rHI

; Culinary u'tro brick layers in Ocala people|i needed punishing for their poI| Peru. The Camelia was so called:production of 19.>i'"i tons from ; .' "
five !li.tical! |from a missionary named Kamel who !
are getting dollars per day and sins and could not help stultiI i 000 hives. "
contractors are begging for their labor I i .ring his position on the bench to;:Broughtjome: magnificent specimens'' "I, wrote you for advice, writes Leha Hag v si I

; other laborers are getting pay !''accomplish his ends. The result of it !:'of I the flowers from France to Japan. .1 prominent physician! ('..um" 'I '1 of Sylvia, Tenn., "about ny terrible ba.kachJ;:

in proportion, yet an Italian in New It,1 that he !!His friends changed it to Camelia. ..
presents a most pitiful and u.rre will be no dipthtrid hcarl t monthly pains in abdonun
York who claims that he is just from !pathetic picture. Depew or Platt are :! Magnolias were named in honor of ,er or worms tor children !if curt r.. my and shouldei >. I

the south, says he was paid only one not so much to be pitied. He sees !!Prof. Mangol de Montpelier who first;TIlifuily of onions eve-v day, I"p i :had suffered this way nine year and five dov':'jf-s

dollar for six month's labor. Those !t dais mistake but too late to rectify u 'Drought the beautiful treees; to France ; 'l1 Jy wh n there is a search of ;r' t L'd: failed to relieve me. On yu-r : 1vue I
from America and Asia. Because thev :
soldiers; of the aDd
iicgro the
twenty-flf'h arenot cure evils it has dnebim.. He fruit. :
I i i tremble with the wind is the meaning : Wine of Cardui!, which at once relic.! J .
the biggest liars on earth. It is E vies to make himself believe That it t ;I 1'Y::: p. ,
all a mistake. These fellows who are 'is his politics thai is offensive and 'a.as ; of Anemones. The Latin word to ,, An Arkansas preacher Tud! hi ('oP and; now I am entirely cured. I Ilm; sire rat:

putting up linage claims can beaT : light becomes somewhat martyr i wash is lavare and lavendar received ,i:i gregak "Hell is fire and nop.. r Cardui saved life."
them ten to one and give them cards 'U/ed, but see ho*' proud and erect 1:its name because the Romans put the I i baps hell is in Arkansas '.'.' INi! io"...! my 1

ruo spades in the game j stands Judge Locke a republican all ;dowers. into water when they washed. i;[I sunshine and bn'mj' i hr.-q'S K'v.-' :.> It s

,Us life honoring himself and host .-* to perfume their taanth.i I:ain'* t"a* wajra! H !: ./ is a safe and retiabb remedy for tfl fer:,1- ,- j ,f i

:t>f all others! So the poor, Pensacola "in ;. JI:eases, such as periodical j i ii
FRECKLES AND PIMPLES Tallahassee Sun says the slat iI
judge can not make politics --
a scapegoat markers are setting busy and that the !'! pains, irregularity plu M"'E I
REMOVED la Ten Days.Nadiaola. .. so as the Tallahassee Sun A candidate for the democrat
b* goes groping about says last one to be completed lines up the :ersbip in the bouse in the stv> .. .'.p, dragging down senI'W W"a. ...w..... i 10 "M tlMCttYM. S
clothed sij
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; the :"favorites" in this manner: Bob Davis ...".. .... 4.:...".. .._ '" \ i
1! has ia th. .
appeared MMrr*
very cerements of the grave! !congress i I. sations, headache dirss : wn,, t.k "' ,
. Th? Complexion | for governor.Calter Kehoe for congress 'of! Representative De Armooil. mJsouri. \: .. T'..Lft....... \I..: .._.... .
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; in the third Tiny backache .s. Tuu,
, : L SfaUUSer it endorsed Six hundred thousand pounds of butter district Frank who has signified his IL'Ujof : !. n etc. :J .
I !:Clark for congress in the second dis-- : 'i !
I; by tkouvmisi't : were exported from contesting with Mr. William'Mississippi it
r" : 1 ---r_ cratcfu! LuLu.ltd 1 Stavanger, ;!,trict. Frank Adams for United States for the honor. 1 loa t
t\orwnr. to England in 1903. Tha i At Every Dreg Store In ff
i f jjuirantsjd to senator and "Steve" Sparkman and bottles.
remove increase of Try It. .
i Ian nearly 2COXK( i .
-i.: [ ell ficul discoloration pounds Jeff Browne to hustle, each man for .
!' !lover 1901 and indicates the I When German sailors lure I.nr..Ilied -
, ? and rt=ton thilv growingpopularity ;himself to cop out the job of ..
of the product.Mr. congressman serving their time and pain :'ne r.>- i
E uiy\)l voutk TKj ; from the first WINE
k district.
Next :
Motrt.ee! :: ttyd.v> :-C_ ann. Lf9 'serve, they don thier "resftrve flask
5t i. ,ju; ... Fred Clements ;'week we may expect Claude to "find swear: caps adorned with rbbon.'which .... !
, 4ilftf.t ,: .4 z1" :; -Y "T..h of Erie Pa, says lout" about another slate CARDUI t,.'
| ;4'hT't."ai." lt:3.: (let the Banner keep coming." i made. that hasibeen t reach to the ground and carry OF I Ib

canes also ornamented with\ ribbons. 5




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.:I -n xo. :31: OCALA, FLORIDA, FRIDAY, FKUHUARY 22.,190! ;, ONE DOLLAR{ .\ YKAK

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Mr. and Mrs. McKcan and Mr. and |
The past! week in Ocala -ociety nas
Mrs. Miller Entertain for Mr. and I Ij Ij
LuCAL AND PERSONAL. been exceedingly I gay and among the
Mrs. Ax and Mrs. Van De- I II
most pleasant} of the smaller event j I II Peruna Drug Co., ,
I man.
Mr. A.V.. Harper: oi Dai.sy, who is'': was the meeting of the Young Ladies |t f i' Columbus, Ohio {
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'i Card Club Friday afternoon with Gentlemen After the of Peruna for short period 1* ; '
Daxcd; in the naval stores business! on I :- use a ';
One of the most elegant homes in "
I 4 was in the city Friday on bl1 in-s. ;Miss :Mamie Taylor w no was assisted can now cheerfully recommend your valuable remedy to any\ ,
Ocala is that of Mr. and Mrs. George ,: .
by her sister Miss Margaret Tavlor.During \ one who is la need of an Invigorating tonic. 0 ,
:Robinson McKean on Fort King i '
the lenten season quite a ave1 1 Very respectfully, 4 .. '
Mr.. Heater, of Micanupy, came in :nue.It has just been completed and I! +1
number ot the club members are PHILIP HIGHBORN.
Friday: to spend a few days with the the first entertainment given wit il1 I .. '<:y ..'.! ,;'rM M + nAY'
missed ? :
and they are greatly : 1..
family of Mrs Frances A. Io"se.' :its beautiful walls was the card par '! y
At five tables progressive whist
!,ty on Friday evening at which Mr. amt ,
was played for an hour, s.i'er! which a ,
Oil of cinnamon, applied t .vi: in .
> 'Mr*>. McKean and Mr. and Mrs. ( h?' .
salad! course was served. Besides the 7;
every twc-ntj-four hours for awe":;, i i Vroman Miller entertained in honor of
neraben. of the club ['rl'scntIi s
will cure warts. :Mr. and Mrs. Christian Ax, of F ari-iI
'TNylors TWMS were the following: I
--' I more and Mrs. Carl ll..an Dt.nui: "f''
hiss Jee; Xurney, of Suffolk Va.:
Mr A. J. Harrell, who served as a .11 '!'Jacksonville. .

hrp-xhooter in the civil war. was in I Miss J.ilan Wright, of Macon, Ca ; The large rooms of the McKe.T. v 4r41 c ; ( fE

i'Miss: I lna.YiUiams.: of Louisiana; ,
Ocala Thursday. i home all open into each otter with t'ie : .f_
:'Has: Tl.urber Gore, of Wilmington X. I .
folding ioors and arches and the ham t
Edna Cushing of East Orange N. ,.
Mr George \V. Wilson has again !JC. wood finishing are exquisite In th.
|..T.Usses; Freddie Foy Sue Anderson .
sailed for New York. His friends fear
door :Misses Eloise Miller and} Thu7"
Couise Scott. Julia and Virginia
tint his health is again in a preca- I :her Gore met! the guests and in the ,,
: Mayo and M rs. W. V. Nemsom.
riouu condition. 1 reception hall Mrs. E. L Carets, :,'.
j Miss Nurne kept the scores and
The is 'oe'cr.i' I
ceived. room a very

s We diamonds are selling in Ocala i the prize for points was won by Miss, with a handsome Dutch !fnv! itarr! : ,i s i l q : at?,
for 'tai. !
I Sarah McCreery and the prize
for flftty cents apece. Almost anybody 'and attractive cosy corm:1'..
I ames by Mis-* Sara Harris. The for
can now array themselves Sue Ani'e"son
: At the parlor door Miss: -
received beautiful little cir
mer a
'terse spcrklin' >; gem and Miss Louise Scott presented !
i! glass ben bon dish and the latter a
't ,each guest: with a novel score carda I
Hot milk, sipped slowly is et1ca'kHJa 'lovely little slyer souvenir spoon. The 1
pastal adorned with the picture! of !
{ for relieving the throat irritation visitor's prize a box of JI.lyler'g"as: .
an actor or an actress
tbat frequently follows a severe (cut by Miss Freddie Foy. fi 1t
The hosts hostesses: and guests of

roil or is an accompaniment of a hronihfal ; honor received, in the parlor, ;.vhich -:-_-_._-..........: ////.r/.r .....,.. "' 1i1 "... 1I J1' "" ..7JI
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coiiKb.:: For Mrs. van Deman. .was prettily decorated with evergreens TP ALL the men and women who have u:: ed Peraaa and found it wneftclall f jtci Uses Pe-ru-na.

1 Miss Sara Harris gave a small ann]I ': 1 should write testimonials: giving the plain facts, we would be overwhelmed
violets and carnations. Mrs. Kev.l F MwanbtrOrl1,bul. .OU'I"
Dr. It P. Lisk and his son, Dr. i informal bridge party Friday morning with certificate. 1
I both in burg, V. rite
McKean and Mrs. :Miller were .3. % :
Percy Llsk, of Connor; Mr. antI :Mrs for Mrs. Carl Burton Van Deman, of j white and were very attractive. The But only now and then one who has been benefited by P-runa etop' w gin- any "I fffl that it U m j duty. well M a

Cfcarh Honors, of Lynne and Dr. and I I Jacksonville, who as the beautiful :former's gown was white net over public acknowledgement of a cure. :" pleasure. to It I you know that I an tc

Mrs. J. I.. Davis, of Irvine were guest of Mrs. Clarence Camp, is rejceiving taffctta with lace trimmings and the Various considerations prevent people from writing testimonials for l.uLUra-1' tirely cured 1 hue u.wj Pen as IK

among Ocala'sisitors on Friday. I so many charming social at tion. Inordinate modesty, oversensitiveness and busicets consideration forbid i cording to Tour iTM*ldlrp dons and

I tentions during her visit in Ocala. ,'latter wore a lovely white crepe de many people from writing testimonials who otherwise would te glad to do I O. I I am very gU that I fuHad a ni.,Ii 'no

Mrs C. 1-:. i'owell. of Lexington, I There were two tables of bridge and I chen('. All Classes whichwuuldcure m.flrr tbr. *. a '.
Mrs. Ax was very charming in a Represented. of uff ring."
Ky., and her three hand=om> litt1'song !'after the and pimento -, ,
game asparagus 'blue and silver brocaded taffetta with But in epite of all these considerations, thousands of people without any t>lici- Editor's Recommendation
who have been in Ocala for thepast
salad with sandwiches, wafer, cut
do testimonials for Peruna.
lace lIon whatever write
trimmings of planne velvet and : !
month with Mrs. Powell's mother FtrdM.Armatruugeaty f"dl-'I y
}fee etc., was serv ed.I Her principal ornament was a sapphireand We receive these from men of high degree and low degree! from the army and Gazette, DelawareOhwwrites:

and sister Mis. Thompson and I The game was a very pleasant one ; diamond brooch. Mrs. Van DC the navy, from the hall of congress:: from the college, from high ottu-iaU in the i "it triTef Pie trrat | laBf. lo t .t.l.
l It tt Friday for Daytona to ,and the highest; score was made b;' i church, from the society belle and the washerwoman, from the military man
to rwt'nimmtl IVra&a '
p'man: was handsome in white chiffon, to "'r) 10'1'
Mrs Powell for the remainder of and the civilian.
join j Miss Susie Farnsworth Johnson ol 1'ithe 1 skirt having a border of pink who tae to l A ILK for a ""I.d... *V'.I'

the winter ].Asheville \. C. She presented the, t llov\tT.s. The waist was also tiimniod We have never put into print but :l.l'malllwr cent of those actually received : Two bottkr.s'mpirtely ,-ur i>. and

!prize, a pretty copy of :Myrtle Reed's:' | Sincere Testimony.In i now I am enjoyinr ih* ht .t..r I.. .it, '
r.\ prominent \isltor to our city says 1i i with the t-unie pink}; border and with
. ( |i"-\ Spinner in the Sun," to Mrs Van I presenting; the testimonial of Admiral Hidiborn we appreciate.. high; Congretsrr.cn Endorse Pc.ru..n...
She handsome
velvet. a
4 that ha has heard less profanity in 'blurk : wore

Ocala tban in town of similar size ;, Deman. pearl and diamond collar. rack of our testifier. 11..0. W. \Utlr.'t, lUtHu.- ,
We feel sere that his testimonial will appeal to others as it does to us, that .
lie bas ever visited. He is prominent i The brilliant assembly: of guests but wish to do others would have fcrtutrly h''llrt''R' .4 u..PIt.eou .
nothing a genuine good impelled a man in Such
Colonel Felder Lang, of theIapit; and U-I.rwtjs, of the 1 ; ':t
/] in church work, and coming: from sucha ;City otherwise known as Miami ,who were present to meet Mr. an.sMrs. honorable rank to give public testimony to any remedy,however valuable. fourth ('unyrerarcrit..:

source this is a compliment, in- '. .\x and :Mrs. Van Deman were The Admiral is altogether too busy a man to answer letters of inquiry, but the ,... ,
"icl.txrfully re N
Friday aud will remain over l '" th \< Ilion \ *r
deed. came up !the following ladies and gentlemen: reader can rest assured that his testimony is given in his exact words, m r bill IVruna .
as & It4"&Itlot'ul"
t. i>! a> a
fine health and h
'Sundaj, lie is in j'
Mr. and Mrs. Clarence Camp, MrJMrs. an.1 ti:;natnre. I' floC't'niirul ft uinly for rat.rrla.o '..
The commissioners let the i Jin ecstacies over his new home Ihi Genuine Endorsements.Our .
county i Albert Gerig, Mr. and Mrs. D. F. virio formAuthor-."

turnkbin: of the new court house to i says he believes that section raise:5 elver.. Mr. and Mr;. Uoben: T. Adams testimonials are and always have been given in the exact language tf the .
; Praises Pe
lliwif KeWer & Allen ot Atlanta. ,the finest. grape fruit on earth. He re ( Mr. and Mrs. F. T. ScbreiberMis. I t-'stifter. with which we take no liberties whatever in adding toor changing them. i ru*na.
J .
Mr.UoU-rt 1-:. ,
furnishings estimated to cost ,mained there all summer last year anc In the u.-e of testimonials we have always received them properly signed, in lUavrt. .lJ 'a wit
The are I C. L. Ganisby, Mrs. B W 1JD1 ;. I' author krturtr .,
will be to date.1'oloing (with the exception of three weeks ii t 1 pood faith, have published them in good faith, and if there has arisen a slight. !j writ.t. 31 t' H,
JJ.5C-0. Everything up [ Mr. and Mr. E. L. Carney, Mr. J. H. : 1.10"1,10 .trtot'-tChteaqu, III :
summer ht misunderstanding concerning:: them, it has been come unavoidable cornplicaticn
the delightful
chairs with hat holders, was most Miller .'
opera Fishel Mrs. Lee 1 was
Taylor. Mrs. M. occurring after the testimonial has been furnished us. Ingt"Ihraltbaeart.wIf ut
and all other furniture of the latest I has ever known He says the storn:1 Mrs. H. S. Chambers,. Misses Minnie I year* 01"0" '" n y Lark l*caiii. Jam.

kttign. and finish. ;way something fearful and did considerable ?nd Louise Gamsbv. Mr. and Mrs A Captain's Letter. and toOr. Thv paler V.f.t .....r.'artnrwith

i damage as also did the Christmas Dr. I Rudolph B. Schwickardi, Capt. S9th: X. Y. Vol. Inf., writes from Wa.lang. severe tnitrbti and ik>" .h ul.
Frank;: Harris:, Mrs. M. C. Looney,
Lang and Knight; are co\-1 i !' freeze but that the country has ton, D.C.: ice a.'hl. Ifn.n, r.a Messrs. and Mrs. W. II. Powers, Dr. and Mrs I I
J wonderful recuperative powers : "Having the fullest confidence in the efficacy Peruna, both as a toniclind a* df-u'wJ! tn tij u. 1 f"un rrin f in ka
J:: A 4 t ring the earth with '!'and the effects of both have already i J. E. Char, :Mr. and Mrs. John Dozier, f a remedy for catarrhal trouble, I commend its cue in the strongest i*>ibit>Je terir.c. I da'h,. ninth+ twatw LIt
rnhich arc arming in car load lots. Herman Benjamin, Mr. .. .,
and Mr ,
!'Mr. I It should be in every household. +11' ic i t; "AItha..b: to ('",n-"
t The question is often asked, "What do :,been obliterated. The vegetable growers Sol Benjamin ?Irs J. K. Austin. rand ,
I ..-.-...... -
J KnUht anti Lang do with so manyva :, are already making preparations i :Mrs. G. T. :Maughs, Mr. and Mr?. .. ::! ,

.b ons. buggies surries. etc., but.tht')' ::to hip and the tourists can see none :Arthur Clark. Mr and Mrs. Jack Camp, j MRS. STOVALL ENTERTAINS THE! .. {"' :;. ... ... .-I .. .

s uhilo ret''!'!of the effects of the storm DAUGHTERS OF THE: CONFED
manage in aery little to :Miss .J{''-':;!t' Nurncy, :Mr. and Mis. Abe

f rid of them and quickly supply their i i nor the freeze. While Colonel Lang : Brown. :Mr. W. W. Condon, Mrs. Dp- ERACY.At .

I I!is fondly in love with his new home
1 places with still larger lots. : Ford, Mrs William Anderson, Mrs. R. Cold Storage
hhe has lost of his love for Ocala !
none the beautiful home of her mother
cannot I A. Burford, Mr. 0. T. Green I
giVen !and he still has yearnings to return. I Mrs. Francis
Too much praise : Rhclnauer, Mrs. J. C. B. Koonce, Mrs : A. House, on Ockla ;

Ur. John 1) Robertson for the great I He still has a dwelling here, which he'!Mallory Ljddon, Mr. and Mrs. S. Astar !waha avenue on Friday afternoon. [

interest he is taking in getting our will not sell He is also a stockholder i. l'. I Mrs. Mamie Howse Stovall entertain i of j Meats -

fctreUs in good condition. He is goingto in the Central National Bank- and is :I Punch was passed in the hall by I ed the members of Dickinson ClaptE'r.i i j

give the paved streets around the here to help wind up its affairs. :Mrs. Clarence Camp and Miss Lillian 'U. D. C., at their regular monthly I

square a new coating; of lime and will i:!: right and the scores were marked meeting. She also had as her guest \ We beg to annuouncc co the

try the eiperiment of sprinkling them Poultry Notes. !by Mrs. Mallory Liddon and Misses quite a number of her other lad .

with crude petroleum. His sidewalk II Wright Scott, Anderson and Gore friends. Among the out-of-town mem- g public that we are heady to

ordinance is receiving a full measureof Hens that are not good feeders are bers of the chapter present were Mrs.
'!I who also assisted in serving. i iI

commendation.When generally poor layers. 'I i I There were thirteen tables of progressive : Henry. W. Long, of Mattel.'Mrs cure Meats. We GUA AN-

The farmer who raises poultry can i whist and for those who do i F. R. Gary presided and the

you awake in the morning always obtain ready money.Poultry i I
business of the
regular chapter was TEE SATISFACTION and
and dominoes
/ ja"n .e\eral times. It opens the which will not fatten in i'mot I play cards parchesi: i transacted. several items of interest I 4 .. .

' starts vibrations. Stretch- for ,,were provided.
and weeks is not good enough
throat two
circulation in full I| Most of the tables were arranged m coming up before the member I solicit your patronage.i<.".,"
inc feet a sluggish market.A I
Elaborate and delightful refreshments :
which is an uusualjly -
the dining
; room
hafv; it wakes up sleepy cells and cabbage head or a beet hung up ,: beautiful were served by Mrs. Stovall, as. '

/f JlS turtles out old tissue; it keeps stiff 'in 'the poultry house will keep the largo and extremely one slated by Misses Minnie Stovall, Eliza.beth .
The wood work is of very highly polished OCALA ICE a
joints j I
&rt.8 at bay and prevents jour ; fowls busy. Newsom and Nellie Gottlieb and
I being
the wainscoating
i pine,
from Retting bent to stay. What to feed and how to feed it
six feet high and the mantel and other these three young ladies afterwards
are two of the most important things :' : played several selections on the piano FUEL CO.
Mr Milton r'. Hood of Hamilton. furnishings correspond The furniture -

Ga. who has been spending: the past I to know about poultry.The '! is handsome mission and is which were much enjoyed. % I-

weak in Ocala left Friday for Arcadiato I only reason poultry raising 'most attractively arranged. On the | Mrs. Stovall is a pleasant and affable ___
does not paon some farms is because I of the
hostess and the meeting
hiH-nd a few dajs. Mr. Hood is a ,round dining table was a vase of beautiful ,I
the fowls are neglected.In
\ Daughters with her was one of uuus-
former Ocala citizen and he was gristly : red roses and smilax was gracefully -
estimating the cost of keeping jual
I pleased with the growth of Ocala I draped from the chandelier to interest.
poultry is best to allow one bushelof
I Next month Mrs. J. H. LivingstonSr.
and hefptcially .
few table. ,
during the last years i the s
grain a year to each laying hen. : will entertain the Daughters
noted and commented upon After the games a salad course., ,
There are few if any points' by 1
t -"* the moral tone of our city, which was j fruit, jelly, cake and coffee was cnI -
which a prolific layer may be recog- Death cf Mr. Z. C. Chambliss' Mother.Mr. '. .
I'tt observant to him. He also noted I joyed. The ladies' first prize, a copy
nized. The amount of the product is
the few cases of drunkenness and the {of Tennr on's Evangeline, handsome'-'
the only true guide. Z. C. Chamblist. received a Me- PEPPERS
almost total absence of profanity. ;|illu!trated by Christy, was won by
If the women folks on the farm are Froday morning ct'neyinhe
This H largely due to the teachings J I ,Miss Minnie Gamsby. The gentleman'sI gram
permitted to have a few pure bred I sad imV.lisence that his mother has IA1i11.L
and influence of our splendid: set ofprNt'berti a silver knife, was won by Mr. ;
!owl this spring, they may surpriseyou : died at her home: in Forsytn, "a? t'F
and teachers. Mr Hood 0. T. Green and was presented by him ,.
some Mr. Farmer. night before. Mr. and Mrs. "hs
will make Ocala another visit before: ''to Mr ALSpecial
Equal parts of oats, barley and bliss left on the afternoon Sf boar

retnrning. home. buckwheat all ground is a good fattening : I prizes were awarded to the' for Forsyth to attend the r.. For Nature's

{ honor guests, Mrs. Ax being given a' \ Nature'svn Remedy j I eases
food which produces which will be held tolay:
Got Footed. of silver embroi scissors and
: Neighbors pair l.j
{ meat that is superior to corn-fed flesh Mrs. Caambliss wa a r
"( "I was literally coughinb myself to Mrs. Van Deman a silver and cut glass i I A sure safe, lasting cure for Constipation. EHicrasness, Dyapepaia. Ehenmatjsra. -

death and had become too weak to I bottle. lady and for some years ta Kidney troubles. Indigestion: etc. It is purely vegetable positively
|perfumery cor.u-.na neither ealo ucl. V/nte for valuable medical In-
neighbors aleohsl. nor
bed and predicted TOMATO PLANTS-lOO.Ol'O Living bad tren mercury
; but she
leave blind
my I totally
fonr.aiion: (free) if you suffer from any Eyixptoma of the above named diaordertSLx

that I would fooled never, for leave thanks it alive to; ston's, Beauty, Stone Paragon and I Mrs C. E. Abson, of New Rochelle, !ma.-kably good health until a few

3od.but they I was got induced to try Dr. King's Dwarf Stone ready Feb. 10, to March .1-;. Y.. who has been spending the vago when she was taken ill an1i :: Month's Treatment $1.00 II or3toseyleruadetl Care Guaranteed j|

New lMs-cov r)'. It took just four one 1. $1.50 per thousand; ten thousandlots : past three years or more in Englan--5 i ![suddenly. Owing to his o-v! "'c' .'

lti dollar hottles to completely cure the $lAO; cash with order. Guaranteed I and in New York sailed for Florida 11 I Mr. Chambliss_ was *ni?'','!' Also soil direct er at all dealers in tic and 5Oc:.packages.

r..l cough and restore Mrs.me Eva to Uncaper good sound of free from blight or root knot. J. R.' on Friday and will spend a portion oi rjhis mother durin tcr irt: *s MOUNTAIN HERB CO., Knoxville Tenn.
_r (health Jfu,f'Tf vn Stark county Ind. This Davis Bartow Fla. 2-10-6t the winter in Ocala. She will be accompanied ''got up from hb Vd .j _
UnR of c '"v and cold cures and by her three children MrsAbson's funeral.
is A handsome line of Ladies' toilet I .__
of throat and lungs, guaranj I -- -
healer friends will be delighted fur aa..
Vr T MQRS ft: Co., druggists. 50c. articles, manicure sets, etc. many : '
aid iced' $1.00.)

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t OCfllfl'S BIG MAIL ORDER HOUSE. \ j THE TREATMENT Of PRISONERSDR. A. Spencer L. E. Lang J. A. BowlerAnnouncement .

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IG. D.

1 t : ---. .-_..... -O'_-z'-1!'' __.' We have just purchased thr !splendidly: ....pail'llt, d i

i Ocala. Fla.! \0I'1 100. tion of the association. machinery plant of the Yonge and Chaw lI.mpall.> .

i I : lIon. H. E. JicLin. Commisionerof The Pythian Association. I I and solicit a share of the repair work of )Iarwu. fld i

purchased the saloon property formerly : Agriculture Tallahassee, Fla. l'.',>!-'itlt'p.r, Dr. S. H. Butch, presiding. I counties. We make a specialty of repairing

; T operated by W. J. McGrath and made many improvements I Dear Sir-I am submitting Lere-r adjoining

i Z on same, I am now prepared io handle !with a sketch to the proceedings of,I Preisdent's address, "The Open vs. I steam pumps, gas engine etc.

: : f mail orders with the greatest facility. The large variety : I the last National Prison Congress I'the Close Penitentiary. System." by I Let us quote you prices. I

; which I shall request you to allow ,Dr. S. H. Butch Ocala.
i of brands of Whiskies Wines Beers Etc. now :
; ;''me to designate as an informal report. i i! "Prison Sanitation" by Dr. W. D.

t carried enables me to fill the order of everyone on t because the local press neglected loj i:Stewart, West Virginia. : Ocala Gas ]Engine I

-f' .. l s short notice. The premises are now fitted up especially : skeletonize the work of the convey|I i "The Tubercolosis Problem in Pris- I

; for this dass of the business I and your orders will : tion as promised. The'National Prison ,ons and Reformatories." by Dr. CompanyMcMillan

: t be filled the came day they are: received and shipped e :, Congress Pioneer of AmericanPrison I}:Knoph. New York city. I

Reform and Sponsor of the::: "Mental Defects ... ., w..l
ft z on the first train. In your next order include ; Among Prisoners" j jby I """", "" -
; : i Modern Methods of dealing with the i iI '! J. W. Miliigan. Michigan City. In-

ii ''criminal which has given the Penal I i, !' i-'
XXXX dianna. -__ _
I Hogan's Rye :I -
i --
'System of the United States first
j The above was the
program as arranged -
i j place in the penology of the nation.
i The Best Goods on the Market : ,j for the physician's session of 4
opened its twenry.f nh- annual convention ..;
|i the congress and should your board Bros.
i i in the city of Albany, N. Y.. !!
i. !desire a synopsis ofthe addressesit
G. D. HOGAN i ion the 15th of September, lasting upi
will be furnished later tail report
!Ito and including the 20th. The sessions ;
w i containing only a referenme to yourrepresentative's Southern Copper Works
were held in the senate chamber t
i address, "The
Ocala Florida. I OpenI
which brought together famous i j
'I I\ the Close Penitentiary System." It
P si I Imf-n and women of philanthropy and
: is believed that your Florida delegatewas Manufacturers of Turpentine Skills
prison work from all over the Unit-

i |[ Oldest WljisHey House Central Florida, '''d! States. Canada and as far away foremost in openly and vigorously :

t : J ;has tae Bahama Islands. advocating" "Working Prisoners in and General Metal Workers.

Ii I 'the Open. The many complimentary
.. N : The address of the president. Hon. .-'---------' ---.-- --_.
remarks of our subject, the wide rangeof I

_. ,_.. __ i!C. V Collins. "Some Important Fea.tiireh discussion it assumed and the advocacy Old Stills; taken in exchange for new ones. Patching
a -- .. ---- ------ --- --- "
=-z;;-- : = in Prison Development, created I
of our views by Penologists allover I through the country a specialty. Orders by mail orwire

inter.-e interest particularly that por- the United States and in other ,! will receive prompt attention at either of the ;
(1 \ "tion which referred to the value of : works .
countries of follcwing -
r I were a sourse gratification
THE I saving the adult, especially the foreign
I element. Of the 1flijin: New York I ito us. Frederick Howard Wines A. I FAYETTEtflLLE, N. C. SAVANNAH, GA
I M. L. I. D., of Scranton. Pa., foremost
j prisons now he estimated that they
i I in Penological studies in Ameriica JACKSONVILLE, FLA MOBILE ALA '
f were made up largely from the cosniopilitan :
in commenting on our address in a j ;
armof ignorance and suj j j I[short but extremely pithy talk dealt

MarioQ HardwareHEADQUARTERS COf1)POQY perstition. He said the vital statistics -|: j .. .. -- r 1
a ) with conditions in the south said "I !| --- ---
in New York city gave 59,000 i ii !
j endorse Dr. mitch''iews.. I recently
:i births last year, only ll.uoo of which! (
:visited some prisons in the south,
:were American parentage. Austria, f ;
land their "Open Air Methods," management lOcale J
I Russia and Italy each sent 200.0001iaiaiisrunts House
;! and quarters are ideal.: The RoonjsHY
last year and that the!
I :Prison question in the south is: practically -'
!''ccngii'Si- should discuss not only local -
i a negro question in as muchas .
neeos but put their best efforts I, -_ ''! t )IL"R I
: American Wire Fencing, seventy-five to ninety percent of ,
together and present to the publican I
the crimes are committed by this race.
Sash Doors and Blinds to o'ir law makers a uniform system '
I Over one half of these prisoners are'i
I of criminal jurisprudence that 'OLD
i i charged with homicide or homicidaloffenses. OLLEGHANyPURE

I Pa ::'.:. Oil: and, Varnishes, will meet all phases of the subject and I! From these facts I draw the 1 1i
I un'toiinitv: of the law in each state i!
Mill and I|conclusion borne out by facts that a
: Mining Supplies, iif pos ll .t>. Ii i
,title education is dangerous, for when
The Jail System, said he. should be i ii
I Turpentine Snpplies i the average negro secures a little ed-i i DYE. 1
i,i corrected.. An endeavor to devise I.
I I ucation he becomes too good to work

Improved Farming Tools |and put in force some method by land: i id consequently led to crime. He I 1 1i

which the jails may be brought up to i|''is: air
t emphatically an open animal

t i consistent! : !i j i and to confine him is to undermine his i Put 4 full Qts !

GET OUR PRICES : {!physical being. No man who las not up
tiou. The jails remain practically the
'.visited the South can form an opinion
!same as fifty years ago and its con.i|Iof! in -
| Southern people, or of the character Fancy Cartoons t
;jspicuous defects still exist. In closing -
I of the majority of their prison pop-
h*; suggested that appoiintmentof
ulation.I In the North they have become Delivered
a committee to be called "Committee at
Marion Hardware I wedded to the close system and your I
Company on Plan and Scope"! to considerthe
[ have pushed it to extremes. The prac-
following\ recommendations: Express. Office
tice of shutting men up has becomea
First: A rational and uniform system
tradition. It is fraught with great
of jail administration.
evils. Unrelieved as it is by exercisein
--' ----- Second: A uniform system of education I I the open air broods Tuberculosis I For S3.20

for prison officers.
||land other diseases. The moral effect I

.ALL SUBSCRIPTIONS PAYABLE IX .t 01'.1 VCR Third: a uniform system of edu- f lis I still worse. Employment outside I II

-- --- -_ .. --- '1-. i +son for convicts. ;:prison walls Keeps convicts from I Regular $1.00 a Quart Whiskey; write fot
Fourth: So far as possible a uniform -
I Ii (;:desperation-from insanity. Outdoor

system: of prison discipline. work is wholesome for not only our j omplete Price list

i OURCLUB LIST Fifth: A uniform system of parole t
class of prisoners, but for inmates of r ;
i aud careful consideration of all other
.* prisons wherever t>established and !1
\- ;maters that in their judgment would Ocala House
t- they can handle an ax, pick shovel or Wine Rooms.
.. .. --_. .- ._ ;tend to make further reforms in the
--- --- -
farming tools little as they like it.
treatment of the criminal classes.
ALL SUBSCRIPTIONS PAYABLE ADVAXCEi The man who works in the open hasa : OCALA. FLORIDA.
This committee to make a of
companion at his hands that ringstrueNature.
their conclusions at he session of .
There is something uplifting t.
as well as revivifying, in the

: 1 The annual sermon was preached (I mere sight of Sun and Sky-Forest '
by William Croswell Doane and was
and Field. A man, of the basest capacity
b WEEKLY. 'one of great interest. He dealt largely and the basest disposition cannotbe WINCHESTER

upon the f\il of inheritance c"eclar-
insensible to the world around him.

Till: OCALA WEEKLY BANNER and The SemiWeekly ''ii.g He prisons will be emptier when Coalined within walls and laboring::
;iwe have reached the root and
Jacksonville Tiines-Uni one 1.50 reason within a prison work-room, he may almost -
year of crime if control the
i ; we can use
forget that he is a ntan. Not so "
m THE OCALA WEEKLY BANNER and The Thrice- if liquor and stop at least its excessiveness with the earth under his feet, the very NURLI\tCN1: s'h'

?ri aWeek New York World, one year . .$1.G3 ; if ViI' can stamp out the air stirring about him and the open

THE OCALA WEEKLY .curse of drunkennes; if we cna arrest sky above him. The writer acknowledges Loaded Lac! Powder
BANNER and The Weekly the degradation of our slums: if we ; Shells
that there is in the Congress so-

: iji: :: Atlanta Constitution, one year . . .$1.75 ',can train up a race of children in called scientific theories of Prison

THE WEEKLY BANNER and The AtlantaSemiWeekly I I surroundings of physical healthfulness Reform and Reformation of criminals, Shoot Strong and Evenly,
of moral
i decency and dignity:
which schemes oscillate from extreme
Journal, one year . . .|1.5 i if we can instill into them principles Are Sure Fire,
\ to the other. One would sur-
THE OCALA WEEKLY lof right living we shall have begun I Will Stand
I BANNER and The Commoner round the prisoner with a prayer meeting Reloading.

(W. J. Bryan's Paper,) one year. .x1.00 I jat the right end-restoration and reformation atmosphere; another would make 'I
humanity. him sweat in the tropics of torment: They Always Get The i
THE OCALA WEEKLY BANNER and The Toledo. j Prof. Charles H. lIen ersonof the criminal Game. ,
my method would be to treat a

: i: Blade (Weekly) one year . . . .$1.50 J, !!Chicago University behalf of the like a man, not like an infant, nor = For Sale
I I children said the of Everywhere.
!tm proper like a wild beast and that each case .
THE OCALA WEEKLY BANKER and The Savan- child, to keep it from becoming criminal .
I la should be governed by circumstancesand -- -- .. - '.. -.- .-'
nab Weekly News, one year . . .1.75 I began before it was born as under the auspices of sound common i /.

!Isertin. that impressions were made sense.. This allusion to theorizing L -

on babyhood at the age of three, intended the impression
DAILY. .I is not to convey
months. Crime was not a heritage that the papers and discus-

I but that criminal tendencies sometimes
to this
sions are largely given over

f were. The problem is to get' from it-as it should H41JLLQT&Jf1 .._.
THE OCALA DAILY BANNER and The Savannah principal-far i i Jo' .
I Daily "jback+ to childhood back to infancy. be remembered that of the most f', '& It// ;' t.' ...
News, one year. . . . .$1..0 0)I ;Babyhood, he declared determined fl I distinguished men and progressive f.) ,-' "J"'q t-..."..."-.:>;..

'II TIlE OCALA DAILY BANNER and The Daily whether there should be a large or!I thinkers are included in each session, .... .... } J..._; : r u ,

Jacksonville Times-Union, one yenr..S12.0 )I ,small criminal class. If it takes the! by whose experience learning and observation -. i ,., .-.. ; \. lY ) -,
D !whole force of the United States to foundation facts in r: :' ts ..-- .I. 4...' 'J (j -
THE OCALA DAILY BANNER and The Daily Atlanta many :: t. );
I saone child it is well worth it, science of human betterment -I I : cb "'
the are
(N Journal, one year . . . . .$S.50)I said he. lt ,; -- t ".', \ 1"j LXPR. 3 j
I I established, and the subject of supreme (. ,,
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i Journal (including Sunday) one year .$10.00)I "Reformation of Jails." + interest to human socioty."How 'li'I" ..\\ !' .': D 1
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lS 'I'IIEL..\ DAILY B1\\'El nn-1 A"':-p'a Daily j "Reformatory Methods in a State j ji jto Eliminate Crime," is made easier r $
Ii dl I Prison." ...i"..,,,'" \\ ;'oII' 't Z3
; i and plainer at each convention. This j "The Treatment of Women Prison- 4! 1 ".
problem of elimination of crime is \.\\ ,,
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ALL SUBSCRIPTIONS PAT ABLE 7.V .lDr..LY'f I !for human bbeings to be good citizens ,

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: read and discussed with interest and ,right living and right thinking. 3 Jt).jl < :'
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Address All Orders to !
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,instruction to all, a review of which!;i I am enclosing the "Open Air'ad- s. fl t DftiviRco '1

i ,in this report would be too lengthy..i|dress, which I trust you can ind'ice re;?
THE OCALA BANNER !1 The session of '
the Surgeons and a.
;the Board to have read to them in a i $12qg
i fPhysicians Association had a better;:bodrI .
I{!attendance by fifty percent than at any I Truly,

.- I j previous assembling of the congress. I S. II. BLITCH.

; ALL SUBSCRIPTIONS PAYABLE ADVANCE' i'It evoked a deeper interest and wider CHAS BLUM & COMPANY ;' J
of discussion of each
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: Mr. C. Bene, or Hamberg, German; INTETRNATIONAL: SUNSHINE SO- ''hour? and hearts with beautiful i'SUPREME COURT RENDERS A DE- '

.'who has been spending the past n>o CIETY. :tuoughts which represent things to CISION AGAINST A. C. L. R'Y.
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months in Ocala. leaves for his ho:.;" Ido, resulting in blessedness and joy.
\ / i<>da>. He is interested in phosphate". : I MRS. BRAD !'A Marion County Man Receives an
Headquarters, No. SG Fifth avenue,
'tY sihe New York.President. II I J, Appointment. :
Mr James Brooks the very :?entlewa.nly !i
General Mrs. II An Oyster Roast. JI
and competent cashier of: thCentral Cynthia; I (Special telegram to Ocala Banner
W. Alden. Those who have never attended an
'"' National bank of Ocala, be- !j Tallahassee:, Fla.. Feb. .!O ;
... 1 State Mrs. !i"oyster roast" with its accessories of
president L-
Mary Bradt
. ., for that bank had decided to intoI <
f i'.f I go The Su-reme
ltl Ne Court
r9-r:1 has
fl P I 112 East -First street, Jacksonville, !good things, such as hot rolls and rendered an j
..( t2 ti' ''fui'dation! accepted a position with! 'Fla. steaming coffee have got something i opinion in the mandamus proceedingsl3gainst

;'1.J: t ae First National Bank of Tampa, [
Ii the Atlantic ''
.fl fl 11-' :\ 1 i coming that they will certainly en- i, 'oast Line rUljway. :
-_ 'r- and will leave for his new field of la t j
Court holds
-?' .i : [)] N : '0 I Have you had a Kindness shown I joy. Had an oyster roast been pos railroad commission
\5' t. U '!'!" ft, : 'tors on the 1st of March. We have no< has
'--- -- -- .. '. Pass it on. :sible in the Garden of Eden the temp power to compel! rail 1
: ,. '-nation in saying the: }{l'. Brook;: I Twas not good for you alone- roads to furnish sufficient cars andmotive
M1 :? FW i tation of our first parents would have "
4 c i t 1 h; one of the noblest young men Ocala I Pass it on.
: :;< ? /fIi : Let it travel down the years. i!been condoned as pardonable. power, and to compel 1 traa .j

.' '. -=-. -:..__\ .{! A- ... r'. ; has ever turned out and we take great I Let is wipe another's tears, I i I One of those roasts was enjoyed l.y portation of freight. If made sufficiently :
-- ;o -,,__i--. .; : ," Ii.":"1 :.... 'I,,,. j-'.. -.- pleasure in commending him to the< 1 Till in heaven the deed appears, i ii !a large number of his friends at the | definite, mandate compiling ...'pair".
". : !:...) :::: : od of the people of Tampa
u.) graces Pass it
P f on.
-:. --:=.=: A'g:1i. k Yi ;J'-t V --" I' i I Ii hospitable home of Col. \'l. N. Campon Ito track and roadbed may be enforced l :
; : will adorn position he occuI'irs (
""", 4" ,, it any by mandamusCourt, will i
c ';c. and wiM l >v.t examples worhy of i The Sunshine Bulletin, publisher i iI Camp Heights Wednesday eight. of not < nu t t' J
miMi':1 alums'i
Dil :which vrit a.s j' is
was given complimentary to
: monthly at headquarters, contains alII *
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:. I fig friend Mr. C Bent of Gernia-iy. i.a'.iv A p. nin.ni+ir' writ "' ;!\1 ip.u
,.,. -- ---,- I[the general notices connected with the I .
:: ; : =-- !fY: : i i1-1 ; ..hinon.IKH: ,
.-==--=- "" '- orr'I" !:who had never seen obese luscious bivalves writ :inn/ l lt'n.'urc j
? ; ht : ." :; t", of the Ocala special :[work of the society; the accounts of i iI ''
.- I Ii &: ;> \\ iwlil at all: 0, ,!it'r .
.' ir. trts
tax s-JIJ. di met will make appli- i[boards and business meetings the re- prepared rn.llln'r.

{ : :[ i".1 oa > )1lltxt legislature for au- ![ports of work done by each state;; I II The oysters were roamed m the vu! '.,' t meted i thai Imt"ssiiOrn'y! !

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> fnrii i :hall ui.hm i t-n' days
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I isp aeions grounds ly and /;:
tLoiit.. ) i -.e bonds in the sum oft : I nifact, an almost daily history of work experts

:: ft :: ,a thug..>ind dollars the proceeds ovh'rh I accomplished or proposed. The price I II took several barrels to satisfy t'.t- ntf'ruai'1[ writ M) :1to co Jf".a; to ;

: : I ... the !principle' :; anuo'tm-td in tho: 'n. 1 1mg
whetted of the mbit-d
tt:: --. =------ .....-.. .-"",,, will_ be used to liquidate the! I is 50 cents a year, and in no way can I appetites as
I '' :: motIon to qi.r.-h! i Iht'3oth.mallt' j
/:".-sent: indebtedness of said school one learn of such beautiful opportunities -!throng.
-t: f = : I : writ trill he'ranted. nt>|I1l' tN j jj
The steaming coffee hot buttered ( (1
Cad to repair, enlarge and otherwise of
; : erect blessing mankind as
rf'F .. $
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I Judge Whitfield.
I rolls and other side dishes j
: -- ? : : increase the facilities of the through its together
i pages.
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I...'. .. '-t'-=---;:--1.-.=: =Ir ----'-' -- --:---1 : ,hfol building. Ocala has outgrown : As time goes on we trust there columns with the fat, plump oysters made asupper j regarded as a'h-

: JI.:., .", .,1;.. -- __= ==--:::-,-.-__ that the Kaiser himself tory for Attorney General and'IIS'' '
?co = ;. .' ----rYj ,. .-,------- -- -- ti.'- present school building and the will unfold to all the state the we !I

building is compelled to be enlargelor spirit of our society and subscriptions fain believe, would have pronounced tains his fJOition.It(mntiTt- writ will I

)iJ:![ f Yli5 --_" deny many of the children of the to the Bulletin from all over the state delicious. be amended to conform to the princi- j
pie laid down in tho opinion
." =. ''' == .= _. trict educational facilities. The {will greatly facilitate the progress of
,,.f' ::'f, :: ---=': _-, _:._ ---=- -=-_:.:::: !ic school of this is the largest I Florida. in
-- -- ---- -" ----- pui city I making spirit as well as in I II Silver Tea at the Armory. I
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,-' .. _..=: Covt-rnoi Bronard today appointed
l' --- : ----., .,-,",, i!' the state and State Superintend :fact one of the sunniest states in the ,
(,_-i'tf-... !: : =,.::.-... ">; i Jchn T. Lewis, of Marion county, as
r ---- 1, recent visit I
,- -.: :. -==.::::=-- ent Hollowayduring a Union. : Wednesday afternoon at the armory -

.{--7 Alum "t:.... ,, .-. I. here stated that it was one of the I Scatter Sunshine was the choice of I I the ladies of the Methodist Supervisor of State Convicts to fill
-.::,: .. = ', very best. ;ja large majority in votes for a society I chuch had a delightful silver tea. !I'vacancy caused by the resignation of
,.. .,, .
.. food A. Blitch.
re : 7 In causes ]i, -:- 5 1i !song, written by Lanta Wilson Smith, It was a beautiful afternoon and IX.
Disturbance. JEFFERSON mI.'.
"-:; : Tuesday Night's I music by E. X. Excell."SCATTER 'I t
manv ladies and quite a number of tI
F :
z-- Vdger \.atLins, the negro deputy I tI I
gentlemen called.
I II i i
tinued # J. sheriff! who shot at Mr. John P. Gal- SUNSHINE." I Mr. William Wilson returned home
use means permanent :: : I ;Mrs. Frank Harris and Mrs. Walter
-L'I \" -- loway Tuesday night was up before I :; Saturday from Plant City, where he
= I Hood received at tae door and others
health. (By )
injury to = the city authorities Wednesday morning : !'spent a few days with relatives
In the world where sorrow nelpicg in various ways were Mrs. I
: =-- I and he bond in the of\
Following the advice of medical = gave a sum Ever will be known Mallory Liddon, Mrs. W. H.. Powers, 1.

( 'J twenty-five dollars for his appearance Where are found the needy. Mr. P. It Lester came up Saturday
: Mrs. B. J. Potter, Mrs. M. H. Stovall ,
i sciinti: ::ti, England and France have '.\|:::'i today He was afterwards taken before 'I And the sad and lone; I from his mill at Edenfield to spend
Ho.much joy and comfort. aid Mrs. R. V. Atkisson.
= the authorities under the
county II
Sunday with his wife and children.
.T: ,cd 1 laws prohibiting 1 its ;gage'----., I charge of an assault with intent to : You can all bestow, During the afternoon delightful music I,.

;\ I If you scatter sunshine both vocal and instrumental wasenjo'ed.
\. Murder and was held in a bond of; I
1 cad = -_- Ev'ryv.hert-
: making. go. Those Mrs. G. Ii
= singing were i I A littie son was born Fr;day night
t'" );" one thousand dollars and upon his fail- CE'illUS.Scatter \ .
\ 'fi = McKean, Mrs. T.. H. Johnson. Miss i to Rev. and Mrs. W. R. Lambert at
.. me! icai1 house rlye :? : : urf io give this bond, was committee sunshine fill!I along your way I I11' I
( \ = -= =:==-= Cheer and bless r.nd brighten ev'ry Louise; Scott, Miss Sallie Camp and 1 the hospital in this city.
4 : '0 the county jail and will be tried a1 I
hold protect their household : iF- passing day, !M'oc Sara Whitfield. Mrs. Donald *.!('-
the spring term ci( the; circuit court. Ev'ry passing day.
Iver Miss Jessielou Martin, :Miss Irma !1
against Alum's wrongs The case against Mr. Galloway will I Mr. John It. Martin came in Satnr
= ,. l Blake; save some selections tu
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understand he tried in the city i Slightest action often day from Istaetatta for a short visit
buying Grape Meet the sorest needs I the piano. Miss Pansy SoSuter, accompanied '
by always pure =-;7..1 court this morning. i with his mother Mrs. W. 51. Martin,
For the world wants daily by Miss Minnie Stovall, delighted -
!I I who is on the sick list.
of Tartar 1 Litttle deeds
Cream Baking kindly ;
: Two More Voters far the Secern I ; those present with a btautiful I _
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=: M I Oh what care and sorrow, j

I I'owder. ,l; -:: a'':! Ward. I You icay help remove, i! violin solo. | ilr A. A. McCranie, who is doing: an

I = There arrived at the elegant homeni With your song and courage, l! Ice cream and cake were served by
s": excellent business! in Tampa, came
Cream of j-J : tip'to
c Pure Grape : Mr. J. M. Meffert, on Lake Weir Sympathy and love. '!several little girls. !'
vij/ -CHORUS. Ocala on Saturday morning to remain -
; twins both bovs'Iuy I I The tea was a success both s. rialh I
b 'Iur Powder is to be had 1l VlI J :. avenue yesterday, I [ ever Sunday with fiemlto

are; fine little fellows. The father I When the days gloomy !!and financially as the sum of $28.36
Jf the --. _.. __ ___ ,__..._,_ _.,. i I are always glad to see him.
for asking; ._ '<- == .t' is the proudest and happpiest mat Sing some happy song [ was ciearec.
Vlr-'lI ( I --
13 t C' r.;:=-J in town and has t: right to be. He was; Meet the world's repining, j iMr. and :\;rs. M. M. Little to Entertain.Mr. : .
1 h !
\Y.c:::} ., "! ':: h.=_-=::t 1",,! receiving congratulations yesterday I With a courage strong; Mr. Precht's Opening. .I and Mrs. M. M. Little have issued -
:: :0 .11 Go with faith undaunted.
Buy by name- = = ::. .- all day. He now has seven boys and I I attractive little invitations for a
-------;,_: '='-. --_-_,,-:u_.==._-'=__- : .,.... Thro' the ills of life, i As announced in these columns Mr. j
two girls to distribute sunshine and' Scatter smiles and sunshine, I ;:party, which they will give on the
Sf =r::: his
1. 'f\ "-= :;t; i O'er its toil and strife. Harry Precht formally opened
\I ;; ,gladness in his nousehold. We can ( :j evening: of Washington's birthday.
_.. _. !hg.I' -CHORUS. i of business-the Ocala Wine
}, ------: --------=-- -=-,..=, ... point to {Meffert as one of the true place I They| have invited a large number of
L : i'
while his
--:-' D f'i'J"1 !} 8' ''' .home. builders.A House-Saturday and all !their friends for that evening in or-
...=:- .= = I! :.1 II Wherever possible::: breaches should j fixtures are not jet in position he t
----= -=- t'" I der that they mar: meet Col. and Mrs.
::: ; :- ;' l ,be formed of ten or more members. li ,nevertheless carried out the program
Lad Receives a Hurt. I I. E. Redwice. of Gainesville, Ga.
;. ; :-:1:; : !II'Florida: where there are ten families, 'that he had previously arranged. A !I

.J'i !:'.'.'.2.1'JJ"M;. ,...o! ","'_h,,"; "' : there certainly should Le ten adults I'mcheon, consisting of ham sand i
Timothy Loos. the young son of )lr., Dispensaries All Closed.
who can form a senior branch, and wiches cheese sandwiches, chicken
Peter Loos, living a few miles south j' -
ten children who can be banded to-,sandwiches, pickles, crackers and oth- I
I Columbia, S. C, Feb. 19.-Everydispensary
,of town, had his leg severely crushed< [
ELIZABETH HARRIS, j Dr. Chace left
MISS SARA I Wednesday night toI r gether to do some kind act for each one er etceteras was served from nine until I
in the state is closed today
Ii l Tuesday afternoon by having som: I :\orfolk11..., to attend the meetin; each day. How and what to do will one o'c'ock and from seven until
Local Editor. crossties fall on him. The lad wa; i[and prohibition will prevail a week or
jof the National Dental Association, i also be 'a of the object of these
'I : part ten clock at night.
: in the woods with his little brother, I j longer. Governor Ansell appointed
._ which convenes there in a few days. { : !Sunshine papers in which we hope all Quite number partook of the hospitality
'u a members of a commission of businessmen
b I and when the accident occurred he< II !j
I hl' dentists will enjoy New
a trip to will take an interest, and make more
of the
LOCAL AND PERSONAL was 'so badthurt that he could not I ;[ to wind up the affairs of the dispensary 'j
York before their return home.
: valuable by sending suggestions tot there was rapid disappearance of
,walk, and his brother, only eight year: i and issued a proclamation
the state president of whatever willcheer : these sandwiches and other good i
Mr Frank Harris is having scale re told, had to tote him on his back to his; I and notified ah the county officials to
Co. R. F. Rogers and Mr. Charles; aid or bless first, the home, things during the hours named.
..... itre .. his residence, ont i home, a distance of two miles through: 'then fclose until the commission meets and
Rogers, prominent turpentine operators the neighborhood, then the state, Mr. Precht will no doubt be one of ;! bonds and boardscan
'au 11 t. tmcea and grounds. I the woods which were on fire and the! passes en county
I at Lynne, were in Ocala on a and in tis way the whole band of Sunshine the most popular men in Ocala in his
: i trees falling about them in all direc appointed.
tracing expedition Wednesday.: Th makers, whose rays emenate line of business. I
Mr. JaIMe Jo.;>{"'}n and Mr. and Mrs !itions. The boy's limb was put h
Colonel is now driving one of the' : from Mrs. Alden and her coworkersat
J. O ...... who have been spending !I splints Wednesday by an Ocala physician -/ ; Addison wrote charmingly of the
fastest and handsomest horses in the I. be encouraged and
headquarters, Elk's Reception Postponed.The '
J eats or two days in Ocala returned to i and he will be laid up for some<.I !"Pleasures of the Imagination." One

L ...i tMtf lane oa Lake Weir Wednesday.Tk county. :time. Just one year ago the same I'aided. reception which was to have l I does not have to exercise the imagination -
: Local work, each member or branch the of February
been given on evening
I !boy had the misfortune to break one. to any great; extent to becharmed
Mr. Jas. Sims, of Dsmeralda! wasa i can select for themselves. the twenty-second, has been indefinitely -
tUNM' fHice around the homes 10f his legs, and another son a few.1 : who enjoy the pleasure of
pleasant caller at the Ocala Banner
Genera state work is of universal benefit
of the
Hood and W. H. PowII.plne.t I kicked mule ii postponed on account :living in Ocala Doll, indeed, must
... u* On Walter office Wednesday. He has a fine cat. !months ago was by a .1
and interest. death of Mr. H. A. Ford, one! of the
and has added much I' skull fractured be one's senses who can not be charmed
.-r In ., the head, and was '
lie in the
ranch eastern section of the
1 Children interest us all, and there members of the lodge
M the pMmBce of the same. ){r. Loose is quite unfortunate with. prominent by a stroll into our woods at this
and reports the stock doing I
couuty : is no core noble work than that of
season of the year. The dogwood
his children.
well, except for the effects of the long: the Florida Children's Home Society .
nw coaamt'tieal men are returning Silver Tea on Wednesday.At ;blossom and the yellow ja<; amine
continued drouth and the later Christ' is well known
to the Hotel! Momezuma'. Twenty to !' Phosphate Mining to Be Resumed a' whose superintendent the armory on Wednesday after- !are now beginning to beautify our

forty arrtv.il daily under the new mas cold weather.Mr. Luraville. in all parts of the state. noon the ladies of the Home Mission !hammocks and make redolent the atmosphere

..'U.I..t. I The old Ocala and Blue Spring, Interest now centers in a temporary Society of the Methodist church will ; with thtir fragrance. TheE

C. A. Tremere, of the Bellevie\\ receiving home just rented in three five E
!phosphate mines at Luraville ha" : give a silver tea from to little violets too, from their modest
Mr .eras. baa completed the ten- 'trading Companly, and a delightfully.1 passed into the hands of a Savannah, Jacksonville for the wards in transit, o'clock This will be a very pleasant "places near the ground, are doing

__ lottaea he has been building affable' and pleasant gentleman, wa. ( (Ga.) corporation, who are arranging, 1S31 Wamboldt street, Fairfield, social event and it is hoped that a their part in making the woods attractive -

at. k. MF to can rent all he can in Ocala Wednesday and stopped long'I to erect a big phosphate plant near. Jacksonville, Fla. large crowd will be present to help and inviting. Ocala is famous

enough to say "hovrd'y" to the Ocala. Mrs. Seato wants a sunshine room make the afternoon a success.
old mines and
: 'it MIN.Mr. the site of the com for her beautiful woods in near
j Banner force. He is doing a nice trade' i monce mining operations there again. fitted up by Florida! Sunshiners. She I proximIty.

Otto Broehhouse. of Citronelle, at Belleview and is in love wiTh the, I There are several large deposits oi,i has selected large sunny room with: Saturday morning the horse of !Ir. i! --

little city. .1!two south windows. This is to be a which
of Kendrick.
Bradford Webb,
was to tae city Wednesday oa busie.1 rock on this property at and near Lu An Argument .

I ness. building operations in I ravine, and we hope the new cone ., living re":i for Sunshiny children. was hitched in front of the store of I _- tOne

ibat parties of Citrus county are on Mr. X. Lopez. senior member of th pany will soon have the plant runn, Chairs and rockers for litttle folks of Messrs. Mclver & MacKay, became touch of nature makes the

tW 110M. N. Lopez Cigar Manufacturing company ., ing. all! ages, books, toys, blocks, pictures, frightened at a ladder, which was be- 1 whole world kin;

is in Tampa buying a supply ol Mr. J. R. Williams, of Alachua, ha s i kindergarten chairs. material and ing moved by some workmen The One bench of graftus takes the

N L. Fort of Ocklawaha was fine Cuban tobacco for his firm. It !been appointed nr-nager for the new many things will suggest themselves: miaal broke away from the hitching: whole world's ritln;

4Mr. tk- visitors in the city Wednes gives us pleasure to state that these, I!company, and J. W. Chasteen has accepted -I to all lovers of children to those especially .host and fcrtdown the street almost One touch of humor maktI e

H. i" at present engaged on an gentlemen are meeting with excellent the position as superintendentof who hive: childless homes to demolishing the bus3' Fortunately whole worM grin.

watHioivo contract on his property success and feel as if they will be justified the Luraville mines. He will move I be filled perhaps, by these very little no one was hurt. And food adulteration makes the

Lake !Weir in increasing their capacity and ;i there about March first and overhauls !'I: Sunshine children. their thoughtfulness .I whole world thin.

their has :helped to transform into -THE MIND.
expect: to enlarge output just as -Kansas City Times.
; old plant preparatory to commencing '' I
Mr Vaugh and Miss Ella Smith liv- !fast as trade conditions will allow., I active mining operations.-. !beautiful sunbeams. Sunshine has all

tac near Hifdey. surprised their many I I They are starting out in a small way, I I Live Oak Democrat. i provinces for its own. Our many correspondent Were I so tall to reach the pole A IC-year old Hungarian girl livingin -

friends lat Sunday by going to Leees- but before the end of the year they anticipate ., I I all over the state know Or grasp the ocean with my span, Denver, Is said to be the only fe

r ,., tr vied bdll-t married. Both these \ that they will be able to give :Mr. J. S. Norton, of Petersburg, that its interest never cease that they I must be measured by my soul; male maker of violins in the world.

,.aa folk ire well thought of in employment to at least twenty cigar, after a vist of a week with his part. grow and increase so that once one The mind's the standard of the She has just completed her fourth

thr borne community and all join in makers. We hope that their anticipations ., nero Capt. S. R. Pyles, in this city, :has started upon the tide of its Cowing I man. and all of them are said to be of fine

ilthll1'; them a happy life. may be fully realized. leturr.ed home Saturday afternoon. stream its philanthropies fill 1 -Watts. workmanship and excellent tone. 1



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The WashintoGa,1 Herald, r ,
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HARRIS, Editor.P. ,
commenting: on the tendency of the I j';i
V. Leavengoad, Business Manager.Mctto 1 The Journal this morning presents :Mr. Frederick J. Haskiu is rontribm-

,;pre press'--ient's cf the intervention country to in criticise the Thaw the la statement of the expenses of the internal ing some very iiterestin a.; wail:! a:i : s\i f, j Is your baby th'm, w A frotfc!

,..,.. improvement board for the some 'iel'musing articles for 'he ). .
"muzzle" the
r ':' case &s an attempt
; .."., ,past two years for legal services. Louisville Courier Journal. I
r .. ':;". :
.... .. pr : says
t i \ .. ,'.,... .\' (|This is the fourth statement that the Among the latter we feel :sure: iatthe : f1 Make him a Scotf Emu Lt.. .1 t
0.- ......,. :: "It is not a step toward the I
f. _M.r ., '\:) "" I Journal has made of the expenditures following spicy spirited! retorts'"
.; '4'LI. censorship news. It is simply a
6.'r-'f i e
J'I'' .-=::''''...r i step toward decency. The newspapers of this board during that time and i'i will bo found extremely interesting: baby. .,

t- .A.1r;;" .,., ; covers every item in the report that I'I'I Lemuel Eli Quigg and James Hair.
| that are followeing the <
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;' II :. \-;'\ : I the board has just made public. won Lfwutwo of the most pie: 'if.lesque _
';'; I..: Thaw trial all its hideous i ii
t .... .' ." ..til -';.". ,,.r_, ""/" ':,&-.---..; The Jomnal bar attempted to clas- t men ever in Congress wt-rt, & Scaft'j Emttfofon it Ced Liver Oil <
;; ', ,, 'i
..:..,, '. i "..C v -.- ,;..r. ... details should be denied the mailing -
;;r .,. '- A I jsify these different: items and :having a heated .kbate! on the trusi & t*!
'-..\'.. .. ,,,_,',..-...I T'Y'f ..;...,. privilege. They ought to be present I II I i ; and Hypofo pWt prtpurcd to tht it i.i ic
...',,.-- 1f..opo'l'.c.:3o! .''.'...,....."r. _".,. "dI 1 consficated for the public good." I!them in such shape that the tax payers -I II 'question! It was in the days b 'fore *
:.L./r may tell at a glance just how I!the popuiistic virus had inoculated all
'. And to which sentiment the Atlanta fily digested by little fodu.Contaquentiy .
much money had been spent by this I the panics, and Mr. Qui;?, who was.
,Constitution responds "Amen!
: The Banner, believing those board and for what purposees. The ,.from New York, was openly doh-ud/ :' 'r
It is a dangerous precedent and prac-
: at the top well able to take care of I[people of Florida are interested in i jug the trusts. At the close of ont oi
tice. The "freedom of the press; the : ;: the baby the U W _
themselves, has taken its stand in the I I these matters and the next legislature [Lis fiery periods J. Ham interjected
|right of "free speech"and the right ,
F barricades with the common people : will doubtless pass some [with fine intonation: ""\r thtOs
: Scoffs Emulsion is tfwnly
i to the exercise of one's religious belief a t..y
{ and its fight will be made for the bet measure, o; measures regulating the !konweth his owner and the Ahis; : y
without hindrance, ought to be the I
terment of those at the bottom. :chitf pillars of our republic. business of the wxird. !master's crib." cheeked little fellow full of health aM l t4uc.Jx .

In the statement today it will be sec
I Let them be shackeled for any cause I I

FRIDAY FEBRUARY 22, 1907. it will be the entering wedge j jI seen that the hoard has spent over I i John Randolph of ROlnJlt'ti the ...,
land !it thousand dollars! for attorney's :
I for the stifling of free speech and the tw\1ty !most sarcastic man ever heard in the .
i t 5Of AND $1 i OO
-- Jx A4.L ;
confiscation of property.If I I fees, and expense This sum appears | halls of congress unless David A. IVAnnond
Ex-Go\ernor Higgins, or New York, to us tu be entirely! unreasonable ; =
I Mr. Roosevelt and Ir. Cortleyou I of Missouri> be an exception
is dead.Two The state of Florida en.ploys a
are allowed to muzzle the press for I Itoth Randolph's and DeArmoid'sspeeches .
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for of hun-
--- -- lawyer the sum twenty-fne
thousand Spainsh immigrants one thing some other president and drip vitriol, but they are not i -
t dred dollars look after her
( are on their way to Honnolula. postmaster general will muzzle them I a year to epigrammatic and and are hard to The oftener Mr Jerome lost! I. fh- Ft-raudiriit H...-urd "iiu- ,.
legal interests and yet this board has .
t -- for other things and when the right of I i I e employed counsel at a sum just four
Those "yellow journals" inew censorship is once firmly fixed the i the early days of the republic, when Ilia rase.-Atianta Journal (much la a N-d uf an MW ..- iIcleaatag ,
times the amount paid the regular
York are certainly the limit. freedom of the press will be subject to things WTO all unsettled was furiously .-.- out
lawjer.: This is not right and we do
t } be outraged and the paper itself confiscated attacked by a republican from The Ocala Bauer of Feb. .V stays. i -. -- ..
not Lelie\e the of Florida will
s That was a handsome souvenir picture by every crank in office people Rhode Island who had been a black. fbe water wagoa was Mt out jr... at' .\wh'14 ('ar...... lb.Irma

the Taller recently sent out of R- are got erred too much. Our approve of it. smith. Randolph was a dec>ndant terday." Was it put away ..... Jvi fihrad of the mocha library, b tpny
In the it will be noticed that
Mr. Flagler. .men in public office scout to think report of Pocahontas and of the best i Lake City Index MM a iMsit of tb.. sister s.a... ..

r that we are merely children and need there is one regular retained attorneyfor blood of aristocratic Virginia. lie replied -I ___ ttiazes. ..ii. "H F'rfat .dip

l San Francisco's loss by the great nurses and must be tied to the apron this boars vho lives in Jacksonville to the presumptuous blacksmith I, Some of tbe papers aw .iM .iflM .* __ u ._". _

earthquake is put down at $1.000,000- strings of the national administration. and who receives a salary ofi'\Vhnt credentials does the gen'Vnian! to what becomes of all the tier enforced ...ttawstYt stet March the **a*.

r'f. o.I five thousand dollars a year, and ex I Ipenses. I bring? From whence does he spring against the railroad far fteto WIN MaM: B..at>.U... '1 feattrratN.
This is jest twice the amount
We are told what we shall! drink, i And why has he left his leather apron Lion at lawfi. Why they anon esiered > Tib i* the MMMMI au..*.1..' ,
the general and this
A number of women in Philadelphia and what we shall eat and what: vo paid attorney vet beKnd" The reply hissed back!:: "I the I't'COrd.-l.a.kt' City UMtea :.=::. rat.i to thr aeDatlet stM.t"' 1\
I allowed attend other .
lawyer is to to
recently tried shoveling snow as a shall wear and what we shall read.It I sent it to Pocahontas to make mwca- -" day tit i 1'\'f.nnt.cr..tioD
practice: and only a portion of his
cure for insomnia. !is becoming alarming. Our forefathers in-I sins for her grandchildren:' Persian' prince ..... that Avert. .. ,
time is employed to look after the:
set their faces like flint againstthe tss 1 cans abroad' are attauMrf of their Phoebe Sparkeuo thut < tt, i.. .'
.\ Kentucky paper states that the terestof the board. .
enactment of sumuiary laws and .country. No, they are oaijr rtttahllttfest ps.asloar die rolls w hu vas I h
school teachers of Kentucky are paid The gentleman who has the Genera Charles II. Grosvenoi is the '
would be shocked at the nature of the distinc'l to be seen with tome Aka esil'"i' i a her birthday has bees grastmd two \.
less than the "dog catchers" in Louis- tion of representing this board hero of a hundred wordy tattles lathe \
legislation of our times. abroad.-Atlanta Juuraal locrvaiw-+ i.yWr'ai' an of 9tratteeyu
= villa capacity is net to be blamed. If he house. lie has a luxurious snowvhite .
Cranks seem to have possession of -..-.-. ---.. ,- ('()\lrr JUI.ual Tbr"t Alwrttaw'know .
t I thinks his services are worth five beard and a caustic tongue. One
the government and freedom of speech I 5' t. boll uU ii' 01 ... Ibtt .
Those who voted for the "feather J thousand dollars a year it is eminently day William D. Vandiver. now tnsur- Over in Thomaavilk. tia, a ln ,

duster" in New lock find him more1!and freedom of action will soon belong! s! proper that he should stand mice commissioner of Missouri :town, they make a Httfo drink ra:.*>! .

e / animated than they expected He isj I to a past age. "splosh." The iairmHrnti are era I "hit 11.11..11. tllihlAand thtlires'r. ,,'
,out for this amount but we do not launched into a furious attack uion

most too many for some of them.T ; _' __ believ-' he is worth this much to the "the gentleman from Ohio," and cola. sarsaparilU soda water rt : 'rt. otter" li\l.f'l N"1 :

t THE GOVERNOR'S ;MANSION. .. 'dultlti:l .!. it wa.. a mtfht <$Md th.6
i straight alcohol. They sal a man .aaIt't "
board nor < o.e believe that the: Champ Clark innocently inqltired'"Which
e socialists in co-utatiun in Oklahoma : of fta' the IaWP'I'S .Ito an>iti-4 Irat'r i th>".
seventeen kinds Jag a' onesittiag.Lake
board has enough litigation to warrant gentleman from Ohio TheMisourian up
City Feb. ICth. denounced a ; We are told that the governor's man Index : ''.....1.- lab.t for Iii... war.,
th-. paying of fve thousand dollars shook: his: finger at (Jin.Hrosvenor City
recent decision of the United States I sion at Tallahassee is nearing completion I. '"'iI..t! I' II' IJI "f, ,lit' i"t.
,a year: to anj lawyer.: If the board : and replied: "I mean he
I !
as infamous. and will soon be ready for oc The Tehauatepec National l railt'uad..d.an
becomes involved in and litigation I gentleman from Ohio who looks !like t.
cupancy. The question arises will the is no.opt'D to commerce It rims ""
Charles W. Oldrieve ha.- walked j the.t it is its tiny to employ good Santa Claus and talks like Satan:
;governor have the use of the mansion I from the port of 8aliaa Cruz to 1(1\11) iri-- t'I&I, f'. '1 .'!l.I' 'J, ...
1,600 miles on water. How is that for j I legal:' talent t:'u*. we fail to see whereth 'Gro\'E nor, white with rage, snouted
rent free Coauacoalca. and the wharves aad I' OW..n"\lIt" llict. "hu na1III"d 'II'
walking He has one advantage, he ; I <- :hoard is warranted in paying a i hack"But my picture has never served -'
George L. Sheldon. governor of Nebraska railroad are M ruaaectrd thai church juiBtl are a' aar and uu.- tt'-
has no hills to climb and no valleys to lawyer a stipulated salary, as a warning on poison pots in I
has brought suit against him-, especially'! cargo i!' transfcrrwl from ship dims 'sties ha* aatled up th- tk >r uf U.....
descend. i one that is equal to that of gover- ;pharmacies. This was a stinger! he. I' -
i stlt in the courts of that state for $100 I to car. find from ear to ship again. ittKh. The other far.on thr..t... J
iI nor, and twice that of the attorney I!,cau?Vandiver had such a thin face ,
I for one month's rent for the use of I _ __ to Neck IB sad Ifltllb' it t'IP' r.trd te!
: The grip now has I'ncle Joe Can j I general. There are just as good lawyers : ::and bony frame that jie had been nicknamed I
the executive .
mansion that
: state, like "
: non. Turn about is fair play. "Uncle t tJoe" in the state who would do the "Skull and Crossbones. The Sander cotta f OB South Third

has had a grip; such as no other I Florida having recently erected a I same work for less money. sss street has been beautified In several'ways -- --
mansion and the constitution fixes d. Eii.worih. of Iowa fan ;.::'
man has had for a long time. I Bryan and Bryan of Jacksonville, Tennessee: bred two great orators : it has a new plaza aad a aw 1
the 4504. !I.-tt 1'.eueho for tidkltwurtb
salary at $2.500: and I"I.
I were employed by this board during the olden days-Andrew Johnson, a fence; and both the fence sad the
nothing about legs rod us.. for tae I fur the
says perquisites of i huge
A reward of $5.000 is offered! for: I dwellIng hare been taatEfolly pahated.A .
: at a salary of three thousand democrat, once president of the United -
ankind and he I II I..N at Iowa Falta.are PltlasthrupeMi'
wishes to find
the Wal-i! !
apprehension of William F. 'dollars a year. This was in additionto States and Gustavus A. Henry a little fixing up adds very much to
out authoratively: whether or not he is j II roaftaed to au War ".thou 'iD"
ker, the defaulting cashier of the New. I' the amount paid to their regular whir known as the "Eagle Orator of ;the looks of a place
: entitled to the use of the executive I' we are glad to not thi fart
IJritair. Conn., national bank. If dead ., '
counsel. After the first it the South: against eachother
year seemsthat III They ran up ------ -- I
1,000 will be mansion rent free. If he is not and !i. "
given for his
body. the rent is fixed at $100 per month this firm was dropped from the'!< for Governor and v;hen a Ions Editor CaM w lI. of the Jaspf Newt. Our hiiberriba> that ih* tot .a

The oratorio of the Iess.iah""a:; and he is paid only $:,5jI per annum I i.list! of regular retained lawyers. luj i:sen*.: of joint debates hud rear hed its put in as follows. Soaie of the state ,, Hn.a.r in 111... 't.r:., x'p |g (rF<>>.>.

this same year there was a Tallahassee i loe. Johnson addressed the whis !n i official, in Tallahassee woo are so '' with .*,. Sti.: 1 rf" -.1fa' as u yr'
ne will have
entirely by phonograph to an ] only $100 left for all other I 11
!- lawyer employed at a salary of the; audience: "I hate spoken with the ttat i i- a"I' cf,
aadiei.cc of over 1.000 persons inVermouth. purposes and it will be impossible!I greatly concerned about the overcrowded i :;: :i' /'I. a* y

,over three thousand dollars a year. It I coasted eagle orator from the I1ss!,,- : condition of th. state capitol paiiae.
England, recently. It was :or he governor to occupy the man-
will thus: be seen that this board sippi river to the Unaka mountains
considered a complete success.Card I sion built especially for him. Florida spentover : and are desirous of more room will bit- -

may repeat Nebraska's story.The I eleven thousand dollars during :and as yet I see no flesh on his talons ,given room in pleat after the 81I -

playing hs become so general I 19A5 for "specially retained counsel." 4: or blood on his Leak. "Quick as a !elect ."

among Germanomen of the upper : We do not know just what work would lash J Henry was on his feet, saying: -- ;
classes that gular lessons in playing ledslature of South Carolinahas warrant the payment of this sum of The American eagle is a proud bird There are what are calkil I Cnhn! :.+"

are vow jriven in fashionable ';I killed the! dispensary business money. :and feeds not on carrion:' "believers" who claim power t.i 1>pall .f'

boardirg tchods for girls. \:that has caused so much strife and I The internal improvement board languages through the interiH.M< :11111

0,contention in that consists of the governor and four i One of the best retorts in history of the Holy Ghost the same as a' I', n f'
A ISerlhi j-eriulical has printed the I members of his cabinet and these ;occurred when Parson Brownlow was tecost The pastor declared the i ?u

opinions of over 100 authors on the It is said that the hands may be I'men will be held to account for this I'war, governor of Tennessee. On one ofhis er to speak these many lan,uu-j* .

effect of alcoholic! drinks on brain ;'.speedily whitened by rubbing them i expenditure of the people's money. ] journeys he attended services at "swelled his throai" it i> tht'st- thins: .-

work. A large: majority of them pro- '!,I,well for three nights successively wirh I tt: has been allied that the governorwas I:i small Methodist church in the upper that aw cakulated u> make Mieumridlcnlott Face and Feet CoveredRestBroken

pounce it injurious. !j'sweet almond oil and then dustingover tl.e chairman: and the rulins spirit II of the state. The parson was it is a true saying that "
"I.\\ retain.them as much fine chalk! as they j jill if[ this board .but this argument will !I:L devout Methodist and seldom allowed man's! enemies" art th;Sf nt hi" r\\ '. Out Cradle Cap" Added toSIby's

Then is said to be but one nonunion i 1!not excuse the other members. Ellis I] his political ranchor to inter- household. Torture
1I Tries Cuticurt
cigar factory in all New England, and I Croons McLin and Knott all had an \\:ere with the charity of his reHcio-5 --- -

only twenty cigur makers employedin Emperor William: has issued strict ,,equal'me with the governor in theseJ; 1 kith. On this occasion being a visiting It issated'bat Attorney tin.-; Soap and Cuticura Ointment.

the six states who are not members :,instructions 1h?t his son. Prince Au- "! 'matters, and they must shoulder the !'ij : clergyman. he was placed in tV Us has an ambitions guht'maurta: II .

x of the union. ,:gust Wilteln:. who is an undergraduate i I responsibility: along with the o\"pmor.I'Amen corner," near the pulnir. The singing all ports uf siren!' tkO2b in ::1.,.. IMMEDIATE RELIEF

--- at Bonn. !hall attend the lectures j The Journal repeats that it believes I']oca! minister wag as ardently deny Et?. If it IM tree, torn he has ."f'>'

The skin of a boiled egg. moistened ,on tee lator> cf the American Con. l 1 this was a reckless expenditure ofl!ratic in hit: view a? Go\ Brownlow thing to explain'h, \ dth.' ft AND SPEEDY CURE

an.! applied to a boil, will cause suppuration stituti<.n. to bo delivered shortly inBerlin i'money anti we hope that the board |vas republican Tn The 'ayir which! il'iM": tf> tn paid It\;, 05 ;vu DI .

and relieve soreness in a few : Taiveisity. ;,sill endeavor to show some reason <*i followed the lengthy sermon: thv n in. mont'.I'lorp: ..ys. f, '.* ft.- \ >; .... bahvf .. .. ;
aid ...h.J't ', .. .
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hours. It is also an excellent application ", I for these high fce$. The specially : i[sttr began to call on the '/ rd for was pai'i' to iiu fret ii.'. I ..t t. \:

r' ; for a SlY or inflamed eyelids. The disappearance of the treasurer ; r-: fair,-i lawyer sLoald be 'isfontin 1!;;! race for his; fa\crit ,. "(;01': J.lef- w t:' (

n a savings bank New TI'a: .,. : \ ,
at Britain;: I:*?u at OCt (' The board cannot afford !Felix l[: Grand;. he fc :',: an. P_r 'jr. p" '\

'. A baby's nurse ibould bo required Conn..., ant! the discovery that nego-! to: hire a man at this salary. and if )pit t Srownlov] i..o\j'5 ":nt a:io i in his i 5-lt.: ,),her 1,1_ [\'.- ..::1 ,
to wear a ':U'an apmn. or Even a iiahl: '('urit.cs to 3 Ian amount are ; !: if forced into i !litigation it can em-1;!jut responded w''h con5fitnr: :;? OB sniit" ;IL.: . : r, .. .

cotton dress, while in charge of then a'so! mis*ing. have caused a sensation :][':0) special:: cconsel, and we htrt ; amen" "God bless Robert E. L'- \" 1 v < n Mt .. i ... ". .:) .f '-

: baby, thus les ,'ning :tn> risk with a? that place ...- '- at a rauca smaller figure than; :continued the speil.r A ai!'s.'amen" r \\ .I' i a i.::.u .'i ..* 11.1., cf': ,

". regard to the baby's health. _-- :t :::5 been payinr,Pensacola Jeurna. ;:' iram Parson Brc-wnlow "
t Grin! common starch with a !krife: .. ::1I bless the whole dt-morratic; party" ( t'._ j r :: ,.,It;. \\ : ', : 'ii- ... I' J

Politics certainly make strange beJfeJtows until: i '. ,
; reduced I
u to the smoothes : ;_ i' I
::: -waxing in fervor as hf: progre"Ills : ?rr;; \ >
: The idea of Foraker and Till- : t :! 1
: powder: PUt it in a clean tin box ard Soap found in a froap-boiier's shots" was too much for the governor l.p it al,' .. ( r :,
man lying down together in any son keep it where it will be hand when :t it chc ruins of Pompaii. afer being '; ,i";h a booed lie *Z3 on his; :Ve' n' ... ,

k. :: cf a bed. Next we may expect Tom 'i washing Qt hand After Cashing the ;' :!Buried :. w years, still retained its .,;!-tiai: ;: "ctrl forbid! It v*our It ( jnu .- \. t,:; j!/,- ;jt,'i> *nt!t, ." iD a ?> n }h &r 'i ,..

Watson and Grover: Cleveland .lock- bands rinse them thoroughly in clean-: 'effil'acy. Scan is twice mentioned in 1;jankrapt divine grace and exhaust ;ha crrj;;: iiiti '0 |Ilr...;v:... ,,r. ,;, f ....t-.1. tIt !tKt.fm '. '

f, ed arms in sweet repose. water wipe them ana while they are F: the '.'ihle. ant has been ic use S.OOO ;whole plan of salvation:' newspaper and m.1al.lLu'o''dtr v. : ? 1iUll.1t'* 1.1 111.. ..' 4 two.,. ,.. -,. r'ts t-. s, '" ,,...'-

:yet Jam:' nb a pinch of the starch i i::ieari. Cleanliness then, as now, was )! ----,- thew load down the r.-j-; ; wr': L .. n.n tr. n .. ., _

On the water-fiow of Xew York thoroughly over them, covering the 11:next TC God;incss.! i That was a sad spectacle in Tampa. printed spe* thes on V. .dl he,. dt'n;; .head, &nIJ it ...,.. J i i .., .1 "r:

t- city terminal buHoings i with foundations I whole surface. The effect is magical. ; where a man and wife for lack of ,,aj a cent of pos'ar' uouaithstard'" ...n.u..q.... Suw I t Vt< !l> .-' .l .."t )I'..,....:0""*n 1>. ;

T? feet l-elow the street level ;! i! Senator Tillman recently had ail' unds entered into a pact to drink a fact .ha 'h-> hare just tnereaatd as hand m l*..- ( :. to3 t
and' stories towering above, are ; The suffrage bill drawn by Mrs. : blarrt hi.., Dr It t... : Ulr\am.
Et Y. -- somewhat heated "lilt" I and died locked in each r rr salaries S I' .
with .
'It Helen Senator I leadly poison per setas. rnna't.ewe. .... at ....." 1 it.. : \
to be erected. The> will contain 4t OO \ Gouger" and presented in the Isle[ of Maine and told sir: he did others arms. Death is a great Fur .. ... I *" > ..... r I>A'fU&I au" tar -;'

:: ofccos, and 1& Hi be built of polisluxi .Indiana: ?=r-/-' "', ?i\1i; women the ;h;lot! intend b- "' I \ ...-. Mr*. I1attc, urrwr. Th..u..Mo a
to Ttu from sorrow. .1t t"11Kht a'-H
or'scufTed m\tko
.. pare : tag. 3ae. JuaCUTICURA,
granite above the fourth fioor. tThe right to vote at all -.' ..,.ti ns and toj!.* 'f. I" w .1.
out" by :m T! same inquiries a&loulb.J th. mal! '
hold municipal ogees, j --
,: largest engine that has ever the committee en was rights reportedfrom and1:I:senator is always tardy with his aaiectires. .I. And now Bishop htillia:ns. of Detroit sacks were loaded with useless euncrres i

been made will soon be turned out of'':privileges, with a reconneiiiatioa 1 blames society women for the 4oaai! dooumeats when atai! TilE SET. St. ".

'; It is built for : 1 ill: o* shop girls. The poor women weighiag time comes' to the fore Its;
the shops at Pittsburg. that it pass and the n'porttS ado !- Consbtlnq l of CutL
''1 After: an ineffectual itechkola Times. ira Scvp ,
will attempt by Mr. catch; it on all sides. Their anueea
tee Pennsylvania line and cover:cd by the house.At : Ointment and hafts.rrt
Banca to eliminate the provision for that it makesis -- --- -
the distance between New York and 1; a recent musical exposition in two rsonstor p Ets are so innocent The uto .B cow" reuses to rn Sh.dbobe .' .. A. ....... tr theft .aRk +wett '
battleships the ashamed of ourselves and yet they tare u... Ma.I i tae
OMcago: in sixteen hours. I Berlin an invention the' k"IU'.r"
for .tsunna.
I increasing passed Use naval house > > ail crdtoaacea wad raitrbey : tsstLni tt.Asag,
appropriation denounced in the and from aa4.1.!r htwurtt
... resonance of the pulpit w. ....
I voice was exhibited. :, her tail in defiance hd
sad r
I i\f
carrying; coaixaipt m..kI" ... ol
approximately i
JJO.OiiO.fHV. t he beach beside men. women are angels bai'.
fellow .
another ;It
still .
And consists of thlrl Mfyat'r
a film which is M
applied the yr. war.
cow puncher"hj sot give tier W
t Suppose that j i>etwt
as should be and their little amusements are ". tail
works "cock and bullstar" appropriated f'WC\ ,II.tIC .
a to the roof
from of the pby-
peonage ;
and .
acts as ; for ben Andersen the o&ee for A period \f ; fa&. ru.atwttd sb..lwirir
improving our highways innocent as the air we breathe i p\w.
of metropolitan news- :to
on one our ,a sounding board. It is intended week :
fart" one : "
as fe aaaaally: appropriated for and it makes:: sick when some crank : r hm IB W .
papers. They seem to be the softestthings :tne use of orators. omc-rs an.1 anyone:, Wu.. wyrwjs
our navy coast defenses and rivers (>f a judge or minister attempts to put I Ii a, -Ji'l': waM'a44
E'arth-our metropolitan I wishing increase :
on to the'voice
the : .
reach of E and harbors? What A bis supply of *<' !Lftc ..t aa4 i i """ t" .
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o: ail i I !the! fool reports made by a I --

fjOl coiamiuission that purporting to "The average man copies near be- Indication to Sell Futures-osili:; DiRECT FROM OUR D5STILLERY! !

com from the joint postal coraruisa tin: ;"an idiot in taking care of himself. I II Ocala, Feb. 1C.-Everyone who visits In Demand-Market Strong for

on postal laws relating to news-i I You have seen him wearing a fur j Ocala is impressed wih the activity j Both.

; lpt'l"lI and periodicals is the foolest.If 1 on his head while his shoes let in cap the !!which it presents. Day or night there !I I I

uU think this language harsh, jast 1!snow and water. lIe wears an over- !is an army of vehicles to meet every; The receipts of spirits oi U'.rpep.ni't W.1m lOW Dl-1 ; E
train and these vehicles are coming'' '
read ink :coat on his back and nothing but I continues small, but 724; casks! fur ui i .
I: a end going in all directions all hours : a
1. A newspaper or other periodical thin shirt over his chest. lie is week ending last night a nit'iv n" .a- '
i;of the daor. night.:
mu be, in part, composed of adver. mighty scared about freezing his fingers I tape even at this time of : 'u- dear :
: Visitors struck with the i
UsIpenta whicb are permanently !in- while his troat is exposed to are always when demand ib light and r.lo;Ill :'- '

t>- t IIftfld in, or attached to it, but ad- blizzards and he is often ailing or 11 number of pedestrains seen on the ,I buy! more sparingly than at Mor \
t1'tilt'uwnts shall not constitute more tninks! he is. It's herb lea, or root I,streets of Ocala. Our principal thor t time holding off in an'i is ipHi,1! ., 1 .- K'
i CH ghfares almost always, and \11\ff
I tan fio jiercentura cf the superficial :tonics, Peter's pills. Paul's pine or i especially !of the new crop that is yet si\ Wt'I'I: :I \'f 1i r1" i ; to.
: oa busy days, look like Fifth avenue ; w.
ar.* of any Usue of the publications: l!cordials or plasters and cures until i in the future. As a resalt Ih..j'p i.s Ho> t!
: and Broadway in miniature. Then, I _
gar shall any advertisement be printed I t ire balance wheel in the machine : tale this week of any sew--:1\\ pio v.-- :

oa cards cloth or any substance.'comes to a stop. Nature wants to '.too, Ocaia's hotel registers show a I in the market. While thtr.a: ,i? FULL t '1' EXPRESS
handsome list of arrivals, and all
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tbtr than paper nor upon paper ofMy keep going but she can't. He drinks very improved upward 1..1.\ .t i: n\ 4',11 ": ... .t i1\D
;:things indicate that Ocaia's steps are I the r'on''.i'or.s throughout the '. !
crater weight than the text of whiskey and that clogs the valveshe; t-cit' cuJ
upward and onward. QTS. PREPAID
weft publication. ''I drinks beer and that clogs the wheels; !were healthful and then v a- si I 1
I of hotels. Ocala has the
I' :;; An Issue of a he pours down lemonade i i Speaking i steady nianitainanee of the n><-r'c'; ai a < ; '
I newspaper or other ginger ale i ; Send us !!. tf! and we will sh'p! \< i :incase
periodical may be composed of. buttermilk ice water, tea, coffee, and ex-cepted 1: 71 cents, beginning with Mondayun, with no tii.rk to hin\ omtfs lr.ll:

part* or sections but all such what not, and then wonders why the :! til yesterday when a quarter com quart of WILLOW DALE RYE, .; ,- .'. ,-1'.1111Tn
parts this winter is large of don't find it '!
getting a quota I It and' if yon all r. i n the
Buttons shall be of the tires under the boiler do better was paid. With such small receipts
11. same size not burn. r 1'-
1 I the travel. lit-j it best you ever tasted send it hack tit u> at oar expense -
form and weight of paper, and shall, If you should take an ox and put him I! Ocala is particularly proud of her there is but comparai\ely and! jour :2.N5 will l e prunipth rclumLii.

**. taken together, form one com. through a like performance: he'd be tie interest in the market. Conditions Isn't that a fair offer?
new court house. It is the only genuinestore Remember ve are 11i-tilll"'u. so when '. 'IU Ic
would favor somewhat
Identifiable dead in a The I seem to betI
| M* and whole. Prov'fsIsae year. simplest and : i
: structure in the interior of tht'l Ih front us lou save the enormous profits of the dealers
of law applicable to a newspaper plainest laws of health are outraged j I tee prices especially as supplies go md avoid all chute of atlullt.'r"tion.'ou arc
state. It will have: tiled roof and tiled I Ii j Ql
<*r periodical shall apply to equally every hour cf the day by the average(!I and will be handsomely fur- I tOwer as the remnants of the old crop L I ?' r of getting our whiskey ju.t as it cnnir* from
.. adi and every section thereof. man. Did Adam smoke Did Eve i lloorings still unconsumed arc drawn on to ,rT ar distillery without being tampered with in and
nished. Mr. Frank Rice, member of
a I
wear corsets Did! Solomon! meet the necessities of the world atlarge. way
t 3. With a regular issue of a newspaper chew tobacco I'
the board of public works of Atlanta Savannah's stock is E' If you prefer corn whiskey, we will send you
other periodical, the ? Did Ruth chew ? Did gradually *
or supple- gum in Ocala few and stated four full quarts of our ALLAN # CORN
jwas i a ago
the choldrcn 1 i decreasing, and while it is not known WHISKEY 52.80 can't
Iket may (be enclosed or folded. The of Israel make for a ,expressprep.I.t.at
has visited in the
Mp,4ftnent shall not be printed on beer garden after crossing the Red. that no city handsome he building that exactly what the other ports hold it I III I buy a better corn whiskey from an)l.o1y else:: at
south has
so is the current impression that the to- j any price.
SDill Rebecca i .k
tllwr substance than caper, nor i'\- eat gum drops and
has cost less than a hundred thousand tal stocks elsewhere small. Our guarantee, of perfect satisfaction or noiey
f..pC In the case of maps and plans ice cream and calls for a sodawater? I dollars. are very refunded goes with every shipment we make. You

HkMtrathe of the text, shall be ofHffTHt Adam was the first and was made perfect : London<< has about the same quantityon IS Y run no risk when you deal with us as the ownew
from head i I Ocala's government building, which hand as at this time last year. (; I i of our company have resources of a million dollars
form from the main body of to heel. How long
wii. soon be constructed will cover an I It is the impression that the actual and will do exactly as we say.
would he remain so after eating IllilfTCREEItO
No a.
tfce publication. supplement shall I
entire acre, and will be a yet prettier I,count of stock at Jacksonville would I THE SWIFT CREEK DISTILLING CO,
W HHiK wd of or contain any adverrtbeawnta mince pie before going to bed? Sup ( this is 3Tttoastrtle 'te'
building, and city looking show probably less than it has been + MACON, CA.
pose Eve had laced herself in
but the same shall be contend up a i through optimistic glasses and is effectually shown during the past few r Owaefi of Ret'utercd Distillery No. 29.. Swift Creek Ca.
corset put on tight shoes, sat all
to matter germane to the regular up I I
,feeling in high weeks that the Jacksonville
(IHUt', and supplied in order to cone hours of the night eating her fill of Several of her private residences stati'ti'l t

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Httla body of the publication. you come to look at the way a man oinamental. and would be noted 'for i 1: Nothing much was done in futures i s,

\. The proposed change refuses the I misbehaves himself you can only wonder (
( their architectural beauty and symm>t.1 this week. It is understood therewere

IM'OGd class rate to periodical pub he ever lived to get thl"re.- Iry in the larger cities of the country. I I sales of some offerings at tl:\ j jI W. A. KNIGHT U E, LANG.

liMIt-HUt consisting wholly or sub- Cherokee (Okla.) Messenger.HON. ( ,
Besides those already built, quite a ;:cents. The total sales probably are

)" Manually of fiction. (number of others are in proces sof somewhere between 3ono and 4.000
S. With each issue of a newspaperor 'erection, and others will soon be barrels. There seems to be no great ANNOUNCEMENT. b

other periodical the publisher may There is a whole lot of talk in the started.1'e could name at least ado 'desire on the part of producers to sell. .'

mat the second class:; rate of poss least hears of -
newspapers about "Jim" Barco again en. At one no great quantities
tags tramples! of such i issues !I..* I We have just purchased the Wagon and Harness business of arenas
: entering the political arena of Florida The Holder block that is now com- offering in the hands of the fac-
S. A. Standley & Company, and propose to add to the stock of goods everything
to M--wl, 10 per cent of the total numMr I pic fed is beyond all odds the most tors for May-Augus-t contracts.
and that he may again aspire to
that is needful to make it aCOMPLETE LINE in every sense of
nf ronips of each issue mailed by the potion of state comptroller.The !complete business block; between Jackiiouville the word. We are agents for several of the best Farm Wagons on the market
him to actual subscribers, as the same 1 I Pales! continue of little moment in ,
and Tampa. It is fitted up in .
present holder of this portfoliois ; also several makes of Buggies. Besides these we handle a great variety
..N4ara by a sworn statement of suchrequired Mr. A. Church Croom. hen pant style-marble steps and marble :the rosin market. After the drop in of vehicles either of which we stand ready to fully guarantee.

tarn. to be submitted to tht'taaater With all due deference toIr.. I floors, hardwood fittings, steam their prices they remained practically

(.* at the office of mailing.If .Croom-he is not as good a "mixer" as I heat, electric elevator, etc., Ocala is stationary and no one seems suf- High Grade Buggies, Serviceable Carriages,

that I is not concentrated quintesMrfHe I II I Mr. Barco. reruinlj putting on city ways very !ucenily interested to put them back Unexcelled Wagons, Harness,

resublimed, of asininnty then '. at the old highest figures of the sea
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he editor of this paper was Lap Robes, Etc., Etc.
tfce authorities are remiss in their evidence" at the stale convention in "le last week has certainly resembled !(son although it would be an easy

duty by allowing to run at large.It I a metropolitan city. A theatri- proposition for any one handling any
O"ala in 1SOC.\ There was a deadlock I Turpentine Wagons a Specialty.
hI HO utterly ridiculous so ,u- in this convention over the can-In"l attraction every night, a circus a I quantity of these grades to do so, the i

/ wwely idiotic that it Is almost im- didacy of Mr. Barco and Mr. E. J. concert a lyceum attraction a !arrivals being light and the general I We are Always/ Position: to Meet the Prices of Legitimate Competitl.Jn.I I

,1 !. ltI+lblt' for the experienced newspa. Tria.y.nll while it may be one of I spirited revival and many social func- :.supplies meagre. However' there has

\ per wan to read it without exploding, the chapters of unwritten history in :tions, all in a single week. !Ise far developed no inclination to get I We are Sole Agents for the celebrated White] Hsckorv Turpentine .

or at least choking and gasping for Florida politics-it is a fact all]) the I If Ocala is not a city, she is acting i waterwhite back to the $7.00 mark! I and Farm Wagon.Knight .

t breath.Tale. same that the lamented William H. the same as ill she were, and strangers :and the sister nale grades hack to

l the Cilrograph as an exampleand Reynolds, who was then nominatedand are loud in their comments and their old high station. Mediums this

M-O what it would do to us. elected always knew that his praise of her push. I week improved somewhat. M and K & Lang;

If we ran more than one-half ofour election was almost wholly due to our There were seventy-three arrivals advancing 23: cents each. The only

pages In advertisements! we would efforts. at the Ocala House in one day. This I other changes were in the lower INnccereorito Stndlpand ru. .

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refused tim mails, except we paid with Mr. Remolds. and we too well :in TimesUnion.On. showing that F had gained 5 cents in .

four times the regular postage.If ; (comparison with the previous Friday's !
knew the good material of which hej i -
\w desired to print a line halftone i the Job.A [close, while E and below had suffered NN4NNN.NNMNN/+/11 1 4 $4/4
was made. At the opportune 1ll0fimj j
the front page-as we fre- t ;ja loss of :5 cents. The darker grades
we had his: name placed in nomina. WANT! BIG THEM USE IDEAL
qUt ntly do-on u fine grade of paper lion. And "we won in a walk.]) New York printer, who occupiesa I have been fluctuating within a narrow CROPS FERTILIZEROUR

and the balance on our regular grade, I floor in Seventeenth street directedone ;grange for some time. There has been
We have related this little chapter
we would, be denied the regular rate simply and solely to emphasize the I of his clerks to hand out a "boy 'tan undercurrent of feeling! that the 4 BOOKS) WILL TELL YOU

fours wanted" at the street entrance a '! of the had no yet :
of but would have to pay sign highest prices year
postage fact that Mr. Barco has for a long "FLORIDA VEGETABLES"-- "IRISH l'OTATOI-:S"-IJuok on
I The card had :'been reached but as week after week :
thus penal- swungin
amount, days ago.
limes the regular
time been a strong man in Florida I I plete manual on Florida crops "Soil, Seed PUntlog and Cultiva

.l ;Ming; us for our enterprise in tryingto politics, and that if Mr. Croom beats I the breeze only a few moments j passes without bringing; any material i (ion, Effect of Fertilizers IXffinjc

give our readers something far when a red headed lad climbed to theprinter' change the opinion seems to he veering "
ni somebody will know that "from "FLORIDA ORANOES"-B< of and Shipping.
office with the sign under : to the theory that he top prices
better than usual. the wreckage on the beach, there has 1 i s special interest to orange grow PINEAPPLE: FERTILIZING" Of
arid that E and below -
his nave been reached
it Ttra again if- been a storm upon the waters."- arm. ers. sjH-cial InlH'Mt I to pineapple
f.f T- Imt what's the use of going through Jacksonville Floridian. "Say. mister," he demanded of the will continue to range around $4 grower

with the unscientific hotch.potch of .printer. "did youse hang out this here land sometimes: a little above and 111>1'-1 4
:; "FLORIDA STR.'mrmnr''lDf1.. FKRTILIZKRB: Htnik
the blooming thing. If the commis- Skin: Disease of Twenty Years' Standing i boy wanted' sign?" ,haps a few cents off at times. The stability \ Booklet on "Soil, VariedOil all of our dinVn-nt >>raB<1<- anal I)

sloe has an object in view beyond Cured. II ] "I did" replied the printer sternly of prices has been more satisfacUory : tivation and Fertilization'se's. prlc-,. err

trying to keep up the present exorbitant Wlnt'ou to know how much :: Why did you tear it down?" than an era of quick changes, .

rates paid the railroads for Chamberlain's Salve has done for me. i Back of his freckles the youngstei, i!would have been. In fact the factors jI j 0 New and r'-viied t lit It.ft art I iti- above just |I'ut'l,he'I l, fff- for a..kn. ;
It has cured fact of a skin disease I I Ii --
the mails. it seems to be that was gazing at the man's stupidity. I:have never seen a season in which

}" carrying the members have a grouch againstail have of almost been treated twenty years'by several standing.as I II I "Hully gee!" he blurted. "Why I'mthe i .rosin prices have been more generally ;1', i UJllSDtI & WOODIER FERILTIZER COMPANY,

# newspapers and propose to annoy. smart physicians as we have in this boy!" : satisfactory than they have btvn j I

. t perplex and rob them all out of exi country and they did me no good, but I+ And he was. ':this vear.-Savannah Naval Stove lie- ;: : .1.t \rKoXVII.MKI.A) : } : E
Iwo boxes of this salve has cured 1 a
(ence.-California Citrograph. view. ;I I LOa64.A0iQ .440d.e! o.0.l"" afiNMO/.fe.NhO.ride....
Griffin Ala. t
j me.-11rs. Fannie Troy
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-- -'- i Chamberlain's Salve i is by
II I' .. Well, well! Strange things happen: ,
Acquittals are Costly. druggists. in ( .
_-- ---- We have just gotten m a car load Major Healey-THE MAiOit--th' ;
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that Mr. F. '.of the finest brood mares ever broughtto : man with the dough-bag is a bankrupt ; McIVE
If. as reported Converting the Tree Into Newspapers. MAcyDEALERS
f and to them is to al I
1.1' the state see few hundred : liabilities ; 1Q
the charge A??ets a i
O'Hara's two trials on The directors of the great factory tire them. We will sell them ai i I
thousand. Oh, polities,
/poona w here in the United States I Elsenthal Germany, in which American veT reasonable prices. Come and and t: a few
vJ' court recently cost him $l2.lI.tI. it is methods have been introduced. loot rhc-" over at how mysterious tart thy ways ;

very evident that though a man may I have set a remarkable record in cooperation ; MARION FARMS STABLES gentle major that all this is but a :,,
acquitted, as was Mr. O'Hara, it with a newspaper.At x 7 Ocala Fla.H. joke to tease "ihe boys" who love :'O'j ;I i,' l r.: I'.t !: !n,M I r: \ : i it: \ T: H I! i i. ; \ '! n t I. i ; .. .K .

COts him a lot of money. 'I 7:35; in the morning. three trees THALGOTT in the rams old way and will wait (m .

'r\ It is hardly in the line of! justice !\\\-ro cut down in tin- woods surrounding i Proprietor of the you at TfJhha<; f-p day hy dcy.We: (':t1.- i House Furnishings Parlor Suits

that a man who is declared guiltlessf i the factory and rarrUd to the !> upS I not believe in the attenuation of thai Rugs. Art Squares and Mat"ngs. In Leather L : '0" tBed

heavily, and tho=o I of : DUNNELLON BAKERY magic roll.!! from which The crisp notehave -, I!
be taxed so mills. ati\r having btn deprived
aging the suit should bear some of i their bark and brancebs as far: a.2. : Is now prepared to ship Bread. Cakes,. ''een Sipped; so oft, with; the' o I Room Suits Dining Room '"- .' .itsMission
Pies Etc.. short notice, and '
on '
the "A.u-nfco; when the accused is aoquut.l. score of Mon could! work. satisfaction in all cases guarantees ,urns(" : ..:'- "ti ore-- 11-nty. morevlnr ; In Mahogany; Bt.'C;1. 8-rdteye &f all l'tnds-Mc-' ci! '"
fro :' The .'."..""
Thi! imp : l :
Maple! aid Oak.
;. They werinstantly transiormci d in- Give him a trial.: j
," p. .i, tb'.." .. Chi na ona Lrc:::
if :
in cascj' : -- %vhr If ."!! defendants peonage to i'iper, and at 94 tie first loll of

ha\e to spend in proportion to what: paper was ready. The pressroom= of \ Branch's Gent ino W aue'tt!:: .\\1'0:11: Furniture Complete tin.- *...>., e'

Mr. 0'1 lara did to disprove the I,the paper was two miles off. and the I In all the di3er.it fiftl! ;\&t Odd t'tc $

charges some may be ruined financially !4 paper was rushed there in an automobile I Rattlesnake \Watermelon t I Seedj Mr. J. A. i '::"- of Irvine :au--? (' ::. ,!

cf Oran. Lan] <\ wcr" !:- a.-:,r.t
and i 'Cork, i
in a business point of view !: with no loss of time and imme- 'j: Only Pure Strain in United States. i

have iu practically make a new start I II I diate'y fed to the presses.At I Carefully selected: kept pure forty callers yesterday and! said; ,':. : v.ant-ii i i All Kin, :; of Bed and Table Linens. Lace Curtains, Po: TS

their Ufe's"ork.Ju Me first .years. No o:! er variety grown on: e the ''odet, paper in Florida la continue -
in I ten o'clock sharp the copies i and Upholstering Goods
plantation of 1,500 acres. Pure seed viistations: to their homes for i
tropolis. I:were sold. printed on ivaper which 1
where different kinrislaregrown
I two hours and twenty-five minutes! before :!impossible: 1 oZ.l JC.: :oz. 25c.t cz. another jtarSA1TSICK Hankers P2 nffces Cook Stoves
had been waving in the morning :l4Cc: 1tb cr>c.: lit $1: 51t S4.5" : v.Jh .
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l'tt'1::! i i ilr'.j i : -v > r.i.: i iiii u.
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Imitations .hav > > t' placed upon j I l I$3.50. delivered. ('lI"Ule? ; : t : iti! it ;
breezes. i Kuli ..'k tif!
All-!, TI; I. st<
-nbling I letter
the marketo \ 1\: .- It j Remit registered or mousy i/-
cock's plai-if' s i.t ECU ")parance k I II Ii t (Ider. Send for seed annual .
as to bocaU-ulated to .\. II Is, ;i The Montezjrr.a.Since i! Manual on melon culture on ;a'! uders. : I fflSC llhiTfIoi g (Farm and Turpeiitioe Wa/ |\Jlt. Jggics, Kainass and Saddles

Lowtner. in general appearance only :I : leasing the Montezuma hotel .
/that they compare with Allcock's for 1 :'Ir. Kehoe has given it a splendidfendoft' Exclusive salo! the bot wagon on earth- htud,bftkf rAnd

(i they are not only lacking! in the ba.tidtmfnts :I and the good meaLs that hi ; M. I. BRANCH, carry the very oe at line of High Uradto Bug gii'e and t'arrialte,
which have made Allcocl.'sso : :
c-fficient. but are often harmful in is serving is the subject of very complimentary Columbia Co. Berzelia, Ga.

their effects. Remember that Allcock's comments. The number / dtiCE flliCh, ; l l.ittt.. (.'r'HI"I,t. :;r:'. Paints otdMoterinl

.. Building flair INith :"hUl It' )
are the original and only po- of its regular arrivals are very gratifying 07>rC'3 t I ;

rous plajtl'rs-tho best external rem find under its new managementthe IK CAT 111Cf 1r 6ritlfCfi Fllntkole I oofin-
J Education Mail
edy known-and when purchasing by prgvtwpral Oils
add KA.KT YtASSrOO 10 aE tot&S. !S1'E at C. tw! I I
will greatlyto
plasters the only safe way is to insist i Montezuma very .
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rAanET >
iti L"ittl.'arm"ht. K'
So been to get.neda |lute .
lowing fcnploTmsot: >
*> &O nf
. v upon having Allcock's.A reputation of u .r growing city. ntioaL' zagW ep..reumeesad'ugaLomtt a I .ES1rh Afffi't* !rwja
.. hotel I k. epiat. ranmena peers Geom.ur.6rammertthetor4c,6deoreaIL AM?15 MT A FMO B-JT tSar i.SW* fft- t Wall Paper. 111aLa*tint' and l Magniff Wall Paint
More than anything! else a good > y.IaUn.eta.'rt L 6wE tt A taut *"rt Sr.t Y u.1 rt N l5
UK supp'.v of scaling! wax and gives to a city a good name. It is <.req\IJ'Ts.r t 1y)!aU. '1' .claerw&ded &tce 5 CISTS ra.vt.kt2+t+n'ctrpa3AEar&i aU.1G'F' / all and jive tie a trial. '.W., will not br undersold and will please lOG
corks for sealing syrup bottles auJlJar I soproseumtutWn310yrsotraoodut.X iogae
I tinnnoess>us of opinion that thoMonterjTia r.r.Ad.1Nla,BUlES.1'alatkat-1a f+t1r10.
? t Mciver & Mackey.t
X TIDINGS 4- CO. ; has fallen into good hand t I

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J. IL THOSE LARGE l.i. 1L FEES :\ who have tested! this I The city council held an iin" t ii ,I'w> 9- <- >

'. I i variety in this state, say that it has I ling session: Tuesday: night an,: ii'ai. :1 : # / "

done well, grows thrifty and bears well :things came before it for ('uu-i.It:i l r # S

i The following account of the speciesis

JOURNAL, DEFENDS THE BOARD AND CONTENDS THA'? taken from the American Nut j Mr. H. C. Jones, who purcha ,'

.J I THE FEES INSTEAD OF BEING LAHGS ARE I1E ARIAg.y! t :'Journal. i large electric motor under a con:I't' }

fo:: SMALL. "' 1 ,with Mr. Dearborn, the former r :
It is not very many years since the s.i ,
-;. ... 41 ;jnitendtnt of the electric Iteht: l.i ii 11l L IOESI
N i066V4i dExfi w 00006Gda149-0AF C fi 6.k.v4 if+.L.A .W.YV.: .Lei Japan walnuts were introduced; but ,
_- -_.n __- --_ .- -- -- --- --. '. during the short period which has i was before tie council .tnd s'a' .'

Tallahassee, Fla.. l>b. 11. l IHj. vii;'"' ., and add ,r-'aciy io tat :ise&siiiem .-.- elapsed they have been quite generally (that he had his motor, bu 110 cure rr il }

'. L. ,... numbers in i as there were no electric .v.I i rt t h.; E
Hon. Fran L. Majes, Editor Pensa- rolls of the su.-! > planted. Not in large rny

cola Journal, Pensacola, Fla. it itht- only farm sands in Fiurt.-- ,one place but in lots of one and two 'I section of the city, nail ,-.st ,. t I.; ; '" }

Dear Sir-It seems to me that you ni'Miiir.v; chat south of LrAe! Ov-t\'j-:! trees here and there in yards and gar- I privilege an electric ",.c" i" > .\ht i I

i was granted him. +I .'Jq., .. .Ei::__
have not before you the full report ;I I besat distinguishes, Florida !La dens. So far as we arc aware only -

{ ian in the union if h- seedlings have been sold and Messrs. Smith & Spl'ul't'r. v\ its ,"-1.1<
of the trustees::: nor have you a briefof \ oilier state as plamo.l I .w

the laws upon the subject of the Ii I Put'.It-ally: below the frost lint, in ::no named variety having as yet been I duct an independent plant in the n-ai

fun.J. I J duiiitw to its great richness of soil. .introduced. ref I the Ocala House, asked also for t ils.:

of !I I The strip now being cultivated in i The two species most commonlyseen privilege: of connecting onto mite currEnt
Up to the time of the adoption
the new constitution in 1SS7, the I I Florida, east of the Everglades, is ;, are Juglacs Siebondiana and Jug- of the city statin that when M. FLSHEL

' 4' attorney general of the state, who !abaut 1.:;; miles long, and averages 'Mans I Cordiformis, and the first of the I II heir plant was out of etmiiHiF-ioi! t

about five miles wide; on the west two is the one more generally sold i that! they would pay for the UM u!
was a trustee, had acted as one of the
attorneys for the trustees, and he II coast only a narrow strip along the junder the name Japan walnut. Siphon :the city current. The pri\ill ,l' \. ;t.grvnted .

II('ala'al1archee river and in thonfigaiurhood ,diana appears to be quite variable inform them.
had been paid for the part taken by ..
I of Ft. :Myers. Contrast i and character of fruit as well as I Mayor Izlar and the attorney' r.>r ./ /" -..
him in the several litigations pro i I I
:: of and shall doubtless !the A. C. L. railway submitted 001. :.l.a.l& : "
bably $20,000 or more, first and last, tins \.Iih; the 120 miles interven-!tree, we eventuallyhave S ., '

1 idjr biieultivated territory between : introduced a more valuable vari :Iniunications regarding the watch::amu:
; but the writers of the new constitution i ,
(Ft. :dyers! and the East Coast railroad lety, with thinner shell and a larger I lat the crossing at the A. C. L r S
fit to write into it, and the I i ... ... .... .... .... ... .. ... ,
saw .... '
I ; people adopted it, which constitution -f by 130 miles long, from north proportion of kernel. !!Tt e watchman claims that th1'| ( a.i"; ..... ...... ........ .... ......... .. ...--.-...... ."." ..,\. .... ....

Ito I &ou:i: Three or four states. the One of the chief difficulties in plant- j i crossing .refuse to obey his .signals i l
provides as follows: I II I
I I I''size: of Delaware could be buried in ing Japan walnut trees arises from the i land the question was discussed of t tiie .JW.
Sec. 29, Art. 4. That no administrative :f
f the te: ntr.ry and not found. fact that they are too freqently pro- ,!advisability of putting up aii'nr i, 1
officer of the executive deplrt.j
I f additional ocd Reads Qu: ticn. vided with poorly developed root sys- !gates. The matter was refirretl! .i" 1 I.. Furniture
ment shall receive any i l ;
t compensation beyond his salary, for I Ji-i' ;cc, also, that some papers ara tem. Particularly when grown on stiff j street committee and it --vii! r ,.'

i discussing; this matter from the good lands, they are likely to produce poor |upon the same af the na ni'i'i.i-! ,,;
rendered the
i any service or services I' I
state in connection with the Internal ,'roads standpoint, insisting that the I root growth, and better results can be I the council. --

a I money III' turned into the good roads I secured on well drained, -aoderately ;: >!r. Pdr., in (;JaiM-iuii.", mn! I..."
Improvement Fund, or other interests: II I
iecnging to the state of Florida. !I fund. I submit that if chapter! ICO moist. sandy land. In setting them out jin the matter of road ::1.> : ,;\" i It's a h-e: : !;: early, hut our fall
From the adoption of the constitution : i Laws 01 Florida, is pe wiil well drained soil should be chqsen i road material addri sad : ." .' {,i if! all we ask i..l ehwee to save yni timn'*-. Ml w ak ..f'e

t :be seen that the trust vcreat- Whatever may be said, and whatever :on the subject of strcui 1 i paving ;..u'lj 1 1I
; the attorney general has never w minutes ofv.)ur valuable tiny *<" il IW m thr )tlft-
ed and the whole of > a'p, and I reason may be assigned for the de- j submitted specimens of material and
for the fund. Her I
acted as attorney ;!ocl,
overflowed lands, and ..1!' s' funds i[creased longevity of orchards and other -:the cost of the same, and said that he our .
sometimes aids but with no compensa
arising 'therefrom.vr< v.."n'/.y trees, the fact remains that uncon- +I" '.uld enter into a contracc in tare|
tion. In the next place, the attorney 'r
G vested :I: ire? trustee; i i,;i' ..' !i'!.' :;:ryoses. genial and unsuitable soil conditions (the streets of Ocala! v, ;t suitable: A Pew Leaders
general is a trustee for what ( ,.
the chief trust beingr'r\ : :v.ase have frequently more to do with the j paving for a certain sun .Mr. Pet re t
all who have interest in theM
-:- any : .
.' ,and rfian1....ion.I problem than any other factors. 'j- '>-: listened to attentively and the
fund He is one of the trustees, hay BOH EED3 fROM 32-56 UP SttttMttliJI tf
:'f F belong herewith send >cu, on .-=.:-.:,!:1 For the home grounds and orchardsthe re:-Her was referred to the street
ing in charge a fund that may I

'.t t: to the railroads, or may belong to printed -siip, references to U'e Ian" 11 Japan walnut is a very valuable committee, who will investigate the CHINA CLOSETS S1S.M All tf

s the case. To make tne matter j pal! : tree, and one well worth planting. It material submitted by }lr. Petre and
the people of the state, and I submit .
I wiP f rthat congress rant; e can be grown in nearly all parts of the perhaps will enter into some arrauce- r
be in the best
he could
? that scarcely !
land to the state to air: tk. !'tt,1: United States. We are not prepored to ments with him. The committee will nun NRIITIU COM.E.
condition of mind to treat impartially I .
1 i reclaiming td drriivng; r'!::' juioie.: recommend it for extensive orchard I hake a report of its investigations at
each of the interests to the fund.
would for the The lescHaiiin! !arau.i.'.l 1 u to the planting or anything of that sort. I the next regular meeting of the connjcil C. SMITH C. V. AOtfNMiMt ; ,
He appear as attorney

trustees before himself as arbiter, I trustees, a'i.1 i\quired: that hey carry Sometime it may he so recommended.It I .

t (lout the v.ork of draining. Twenty has possibilities, but new varieties !j A committee consisting of Messrs. -
judge or trustee, whose duty it is to I
years afterwards, the legislature began must be produced before it can take;: II[Charles Rheinauer, T. J. Owen and T. I
act impal tial1r. S aw 1 tufjux ante lfwbrsS
to grant lands to tho railroads, an important place in popular fa\or. I IE Biggs, was appointed to draft suit-
Thinks Fee Not Excessive. 7 = r PaHabk Otttfltt l p...,.It.
I beyond the alternate sections within !a' le resolutions on the death of Mr. ,.;.....,. ... ,.
L' -- -
In the next place, I.woul ask I -- -
.six miles, and have continued to so MR. ROCKEFELLER'S BIG GIFT. I i Herbert A. Ford and the same will r'". \ 4t..v. /
whether you consider the fee so far ,s.t. tvr.tr f..r t .1:.3l.IR! tt .id ... t ..
I until there he read at the next meeting of I the
grant are outstanding .
t' paid to attorneys, in the last four I .: .:., r. : 1., (C'Irl" W4'n'. "-'t., .w
claims! of railroad and canal companies 1 jt- uncil and spread upon the minutes. '" to..f ..
years have been excessive, or whether Several of the metropolitain news- ; ". 414. -
I of about twenty-four million ; A resolution was adopted call ling JP'; ..... .
papers of the country discussing :Mr.2ockefeiler's -
it indicates parsimony instead. I '\. THE: MALMV MACMINMV CO
f :'lucres; l,7oO,000 acres have been ,ui on the mayor to issue a proriamation "' ,"
recent gift that the
herewith enclose a list of I say '
i you deeded them, which leaves the bal'unco | calling for an election for ul it'r- :.' WaD Street. J..k"U' .,.
cases and amounts of money or lands colleges to be selected as beneficiariesof ---.,.......,... J .. r
I man at large to fill the - -
: between that figure and the place made
involved in each case. Would the the same will form a chain stretch- I
other cf about j vacant by the death of Alderman U.
| 7,000.000 acres. A I
manager of a corporation, or wouldan I ing across the continent, but collegesnot .. \
,great deal less than t'iree million I :iA Ford. The' time ot said election
individual believe that one lawyerwas : so favored will be left to their (
|acres of land, and less than three II(':.as fixed for Tuesday. March 19. and I Ii
fate and will end in of them
sufficient to take care of tee many
several sums of money and land 'hundred thousand dollars to pay the: !closing their doors. If this reasoningbe i jibe proclamation was> ordered to be

if ;printed in the Ocala Danner.i .
obligation, obligations they are ;
named? If you owned the money of i true :Mr.: Roskefellars liberality will
Wo contend that the drainage and ; Alderman A. G. Gates was toit>It'l'I.
land, or believed that you did what result in a pitive injury. .
reclamation of the territory comes ed as one of the bond trustees vice
i fees would you believe or expect Adding his recent gifts to his earlier -
:first. If we are mistaken, then the : H A. Ford. : ,
would be fair ones the philanthrophy of his '
charged to you, as compensation 'I ,
,lands and the I I The condition of the w.ts'
i money belongs to city jail
by attorneys, for legal services : is man is, indeed, imperial, anu fool up I
claimants. I discussed and it was ordered 10 bej I
grand total of $!>2OOOGlO. ,
in each case? a I II
:i I also herewith enclose to you a I I put in a thorough sanitary condition.All '
What if these had beento
Mr. Williams was employed by the gifts .
i clipping showing a letter writen by I II bills properly audited \.ere ordered I
j the rural schools of the t. '
trustees to defend the trustees country. k *
t about paid, and others :: 1.mt<
against the East Coast railroad; the I me one year ago to quiet the what a stimulus it would have given :i were referred I ;
agitation caused by the corporations :o various committees for approval
r 1... & N. in two suits, one for 1,117,- them? The benefits would have been I i ii i
:,who sought to make it appear that
f felt in community throughoutthe i
000 acres and another by the same every
k. !!the money should go to the good '; What's Trumps in Florida. i ij j
laud and Mr. Rockefeller praise
I: railroad company vs. Trustees, for
roads funds of the co'inties. I Florida has the lowest death
i j! rate of
5224,000, amount of land, 103' /iOO( I would have been sung by a million i
1 ;c If there is any point in this matter ,any state, in spite of the fact th:!,
from the lakes
f. acres; Kittel and others vs. Trustees: daily great to j

East Coast Land & TransportationCompany's |that you do not understand: or if thereis the gulf and from ocean to ocean. \'many! incurable invalids are brought! '! )$*z & ?* *' t/A J6Wl5f

any data which you need, I will 'here' to die. I
r The great universities are being
claim for 434,000; acre'of i
-'. be glad to furnish it to you, as I The finest grade of tobacco is rap::- j K X*
land; the East Coast:: ..railroadcompany's pampered too much! The little schools ,i ttt
,know what your criticism will be, with ed in this state and sells for 70 ce-ns
suit for 2,040.000 acres need a little philanthropic solicitude! J:
&ft V/v
r ,the full information before you. per pound. The city of Tampa alone zr t c vV s
c of land, for which he was paid in The distribution of a hundred rail- ,;
I With kind regards and best wishes, I i makes more Havana cigars than the 0 r
lions to and
190:;, for services rendered prior to applying strengthening ,II
I i Yours very truly, j: island of Cuba, and one-third of that
f:. that time; and in 190C for seryicesr our rural schools with the rudimentary ,
,I X. B. ERO\V\RD. brand made in the world.
rendered in 190:;. appliances, that'iIl serve "as (;
\ I I Governor. stones to things :; Florida grows the famous Sea Island -
stepping higher
Since January 4, 1906, we nave had .
k cotton that FOUR SAILINGS EAOH
I would work miracle the at :30 cents D"r
a as great as
t but one attorney, lion. W. S. Jennings. I .
Invigorate the Digestion. lump of leaven the effects of which j;
I j '
: In 1903; ; the trustees tmploy- ,
I I is the only state in the union
familiar in household:!
t. cd Bryan & Bryan, and lion. W. S. : To invigorate; the digestion and are so every j,1\vbrre stock cattle
do not die of star-
the that
There is
estimating good
t.. Jennings, of Jacksonville, as additional stimulate the torpid liver and bowelstthere's would flow from it. -tiou unless fed in the winter. Cattle Jacksonville and New \' ark.
nothing so good as that old
t counsel, and also paid Hon ;
j family remedy, Brandreth's Pills, As bread cast upon the waters 1W: i:.e of old age in this state if they escape -
r Wm. Farley, ot Marianna $500 fo
;i which have been used for over a cen- gift would multiply an hundred to-! !, I j the butcher long enough.On .
represent them in the Kittell case. In ,tury. They cleanse the blood and impart Calling at CharleoUxi, S. C., bulb wa Vk.rns .
account of proximity large '
t' 190C we had but one lawyer, Hon. ; new vigor to the body. One or would strengthen the pillars of our i city northern nszs: ? ::n\: :mrs is 122: AIf If. 11&-1:1: ,
markets Florida has
republic would produce a better >in-1
W. S. Jennings, but it is my opinion i two every night for a week will usually rival the
be all that is required. For uerstandin; ? between the rich and the i, as winter garden of the

.' that you will agree, after carefullyconsidering (i I Constipation or Dispepsia, one of two poor, could bring them more nearly j i United States. The vegetable ship- CLYDE NEW ENGLAND AND SOUTHERN i HE&taEIGWr'EKtiCt
propertyinvolved, i I taken every night will in a short time ments amount to millions yearly, hut
and in hundred
together, an ways i! : ': BK.lWfKN
that the trustees should now have !afford great relief. : be

more than one lawyer to defend their i, Brandreth's Pills are the same fine would produce good and permanent I II I might greatly increased. Jacksonville, Boston and PrnviilnnaiL ,
No other state in the Union produces and all Eastern '
title to the lands and possession of :laxative tonic pills your grandparents results. : Points.

the money. i used and being purely vegetable are What a pity this last gift cannoT; he j! Florida oranges. Others may tailing at Char;. .iih, tl. M.>>.
:adapted to every system. diverted grow oranges but they cannot compete

r Where Fees Come From. i Sold in every drug and medicine I I with the Florida seedling when prop- SK.MI11 IIUM: si 11, i uS. .
store, either plain or sugar coated.
In the next place the fund is
County Di':ision. i;erly ripened and marketed. .

spoken of as the people's money. the I( Senator Beveridge will renew thisi Eighteen counties out of the fon '- I Northbound. . . . . From fist Cama.' .. lilt rNa

intimation being that the money is i week his effort to secure the enact- This is the season for talking county :sis grow oranges and other citrus

in the state treasury and is derived :lent of a law requiring the meat division, and it is being mentionedin .fruits and the output for this year is Clyde St. Johns River Line.

from taxation, which is being used I packers to put the date of canning on I some sections.We given I! approximately at 3.435.300 boxes j

to pay lawyers to defend the title to'' i i their packages and to transfer to thee know of no better place in the I I i Florida phospnates are famous the Between Jacksonville and Sr f.*fC

land and money, in the hands of th 1: joackers the cost of which I state for such a scheme than right world millions h... .i... ,t tt. .
inspection, over. Many invested ... .
I are .rr.JI. rwlrr, Mh.:' Btr... I "' 111I >i> .. 1.111 I 1.LT.

treasurer, which is not true. The its,' now paid by the !government. here. in our phosphate lands and they are .........,.u.......... C... IU or.. "oIIII'J'III'11II.- .

money paid for attorney's fees is, j I Square off Levy and Marion coun- |I making millions more for the owner

some of the same money for which ties and take a narrow strip of Citrus j I j Florida has the oldest city in the -- .

the suits are brought by the railroad IT WILL and we have the best located county :i Union. St. Augustine, and will, whencompleted South.Bound----- SCHEDULE -- -1fiii i 'l r.

companies. If the corporations win.1 in the state, with Dunnellon the cen- !I Read down.
have the .
I. only railroad into ... .. b
they win the'whole stake, except: I fi '\! 9 1 ter, both geographically and from :1.! the Gulf of Mexico which will connect Leave :3 30 p. ca.". -"-.Jacfcaoavti*-- Ant" tJNM M .

what is paid out for attorney's fees.It E- iI' 'f # .lo1 ., rail road standpoint. I II I the island on which one of our largest Leave 8 45 It.tB. . . IMMka . | t1 *| p a m

is best to use a portion of the fund..i I I As it is, the people of Crystal River i cities, Key West, is located, with Leave 3 00 a.ra . . Alter . . I.... ft %ft *i

with the expectation of saving all of f If you have on hand to sell, cr if yo-- (I in order to reach their county seat, tae mainland. This East Coast exten- . . .BerHI Ird ftietA>ttl i +iBM 4i I ft* ml

the land and money of the fund, or !![ are thinking cf coming is Fior I i Inverness, have to either drive :'sionwill be completed early in 19
would anyone advise that the bestcourse I through the country or go via. Dunnel- Arrive 10 00 a. m. . . .BMer
g I ida to make it your home, or ,' I I j The climate of Florida is the most ...... . .leMlr Ie... a a.
- would be to employ no lawyers i lon a't1' not roach their destination: until -:equable of that of any state. We

that the trustees permit judgment if you desire to invest I nigtt.!:: And the people of Inglis, have blizzards, -
no no cyclones, no
l to DC obtained by default, and I;Port Inglis and Lebanon have either (' and violent Passenger and Ticket Office, t3t: Yt.. .., iN?''i, ....
:n any kind of Florida earthquakes, no changes _
i the money and land go that way? ito drive through the country to Bror-iof:i temperature. No sunstrokes in \,

.., The matter is an important one r-' ;ery, !son or spend a week going by rail.I (I summer, no freezing in winter St.Lucie A. C. HAGERTY, G. E. P. A. F. M. IROMOM
JR. A.
t' TJ-e land being sued for, by the rail- SFE OR WRITE! TOJ.I. I II I We would like to hear expressions: i Tribune. 0. H. TAYLOR, Pass Traffic Mgr. C. C. BROWN p. A
I ..,. I
wads would be worth in dollars if |of opinions on this line, from the peo- Branch Office, 2M Brftagwty, New Vail. .

., reclaimed and used for purposes of I :pie generally, and throw open the collumns j! Only one or two of the fourteen supply Pier 36 N. R., New York. J k,
. wivHta, Fl
agriculture, more than all of the rest of the Advocate to a discussioncf 'I bills have been completed so far L. D. JONES, T. F. A. L S. SCROBLE C. A.

f ot the lands in the state, so far a the question. How about it? -I(during the session, and it will be nec- Jacksonville, Fla. Leesburg, Fta.

" dollar and cent value of crops ar l ijeal Estate alers. t,Dunnellon Advocate. i essary for congress to work overtimeto W. G. COOPER, jr., F. A. CLYDE MILNE. *, F. A ..

'conc rned. The land is in a portionof ; I 'the balance of them ready be- Jacksonville, Fla.
get pi
that will become very Ocala FIf-'Ja. I I N...., ,....
Florida Commercial printing a specialty. fore adjournment. C. P. LOVELL. Agent JackwnvWe. Fla.

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-- ":!!Ia- "' -r.-:: ';- -.q- -. -tr-=#- i I I Youth and morning. : Found In Schnapps that Satisfies Tobacco HungerThere
f ---I Manhood, noon; i
.9. Feb\ 14.-Saint Val,> i right, and! if
j'a 1.l: l- n- he happen to be on the Age the waning- ,

''Il' ., ('ay' Thr iact was impressed! ':'crest of thl'an' at the right time, Night coues soon: are three ways used by farHundreds of imitation brands are

p..n. r, ;i aid ihi; morning in a booK l j..e will sit in the United State senate. Shines a star to : for and their on sale that look l like Schnapps ; the
.toro I I. a fine old gentleman who is :jAs he is, a young man he may live to Light us: then I mers curing

as *.tat a:, a P0 tThree small boys !i bee a democratic administration and I Tis not far to tobacco for the market; namely, sun outside of the imitation plugs of tobacco -

.u ,n'i a More to buy pencils and tablet j become a federal judge in his rip )r Home again. I cured air cured and flue cured. The is flue cured, but the inside is

Tempted by an array of valen yeaN:1I; : }' faith in his ability to 1 ,

tine 'n all' the glory of arrow-pierced I achieve hip ambitions is largo. The Public Library Meeting : old and cheap way is called air'cured ; filled with cheap, flimsy, heavily J

&,'.rt-* and dotes upon the wln -b.ar. i --- I II -- i sweetened aIr cured tobacco ; one

Ifcp, -TI..\\ V.laden missives one was suppose I ought to tell who is to ; In response to a special call a few : the later discovery and improved way chew of Schnapps will satisfy tobacco

succeed Mr. Wolf as priva' .* secretary : is called flue cured. In flue-curing i
Mild! asking if they "h;J one for of our citizens, who are interested

the r nts," and finally sorrowfullyconfc" I but I am all at sea on the sub the welfare of our public library met : the tobacco is taken from the field hunger longer than two chews of ;i

ject. When Ho!). Asustus Brown arrived such tobacco.
''tn; that ae didn't have anymore in the library Friday afternoon to i

mon" '. 1 had not remembered i I ewe ai he capital several days ago, !I definitely decide on a course to pur. and suspended over intensely 1 hot Expert tests prove that this flue :

Sain' Valentine\ but I confess tha I said "that means that Mr. Wolf I'' sue during the coming year. The 1 flues in houses especially built to retain -
cured tobacco in the famous
will be appointed jude and Mr. j
had ni'Mced that he snow drops were :meeting was not very largeham'nel.. grown
chiiainy; a matin and that the birds Brown will be private 'ie<:retary." Bat i iI ed but those who were present were the heat, and there kept in the Piedmont region, requires and takes f

.trr unusually hilarious, especiallya i I today I am told that Mr. Brown does I: very enthusiastic and promised to do I proper temperature until this curing less sweetening than other kind t
any ,
not want the thereyou .
: all they could to help keep splendid -
colony of sparrows just outside my I ,
window and as deep calleth unto are.: Now the question is what institution alive. i process developes in the tobacco the and has a wholesome, stimulating,

does Mr. Drown waht? Possibly to: Mr. "'. D. Cam was elected president : and If "
1tti> !\U' anti strength and hope" and I stimulating taste fragrant aroma satisfying effect on chewers. the

.- simple joy: o! Hung be supervisor of state convicts thatis i ot the library association; lr'l
iv tt strong! tobacco
) clawing don't
found in tobacco kind of
I' Schnapps just as are
flm tld" the hills and my heart was an still vacant, although there are i iI C. L. Butinger vice-president : Miss I yon

angwi-nm: prayer of thanksgiving j I something over a hundred applicants. Louise Gainsby librarian and <;lc"l"1 green coffee is made fragrant and satisfy, more than the mere habit of

j :Mr. Brown is a man who keeps' hisown taryIr. W. T. Gary, treasurer.:. '
I ; the
wittm ore stimulating by roasting process. expectorating, stop fooling yourself
counsel, so those who ask him Sixty Jive members at tWu ana one !
Life if at good-tide in all the realms j
of nature in the spring."In get no SStibfaction.:: It is a good thing half dollars a year have been securedand : Only choice selections of this ripe, and chew Schnapps tobacco.

't, spring! a fuller crimson comes to keep your own' counsel especiallyin i to make the library a surety it i is : juicy flue cured leaf, grown in the Schnapps is like the tobacco chewers J
politics although I Jo not practice subscriber !
hoped to obtain more
:ip;n the robin's breast, famous Piedmont where the from ,
it myself. **. ; country, formerly bought costing 750to 1
in t n' 'IJr :l!; the wanton lapin? geti'hinmlf : I
another crest, Years ago I heard a man say that The: following are the naif-s, or I best tobacco grows, are used in $i.oo per pound; Schnapps is sold r

In ,ur sl"in a livelier iris changes when he started out in life his mother !th03faplointt'd on the eXI'cnj'l'1: Schnapps and other Reynolds' brands at 5oc. per pound in 5c. cuts, strictly i
said to him. "Zach, keep your mouth board, viz: Mr. II. C. Gro'esIi3S:: .:

on th- burnished dove.man's fancy !shut and people won't know that you Nellie Stevens: M.;s. Jake Brown. Mrs of high grade, flue cured tobaccos. 10 and 15 cent plugs. #I
I ;S spring a young
tightly turns to thoughts of area ,fool" W. M. Coin Messrs. Jake Gerig and f'

I Isaac Stevens and Sirs. C. C. Todd. !

!iove I There has peen nothing of general I Messrs Gerig, Gary and Miss Lor.ist- : R. J. REYNOLDS TOBACCO COMPANY, WINSTON-SALEM, N G 1

11 interest to write about this week ex :Gainsby were appointed a committee : .
fcm roar Droward put an end to --
, ourI I cept this appointment The supreme Ito draft a constiitution and b '.law? :
h. Wolf-Watson contest and to
lion J. 'court handed down two opinions; one : for the association after which the .+.....4...4....+.4-44..+.# ..NN.... ................ Him to glories of the Kingdom of the j
'I-J" 1I1ltt. tmiay by appointing in the case of the Seaboard Air Line i meeting adjourned. Father-an everlasting inheritance!

Kmn: |i L'Nt-r. in the first judicial I I
ic was appealed from Columbia county : to the people of Ocala generally that a man lay down his life for his !

an 'i.wi'rful from pressure friends has of been both Sam Smith sued the Seaboard for i to know that we are not to lose i POWER OF LOVE i friends:'
u r 1 1 u
$23,000 damages having had his leg :our public library as it was feared at Then love one another as I
Wolf and Mr. Watson upon the .
tit The ------- --- -- ------- ---- ----- -- ----
crushed ba train at Lake City. i thtfirst of the year. It was an in. ----- -- -- -- -- ---- --- -- have loved you. Yea you maw hue
while the odds have
.."\ ruur. and I Ih't'n circuit court awarded him $1,730. The i stitution of which we are proud and faith to remove mountains. Hope
i In tavor of Mr. Wolf, I do not betitvi i ii 08 A Lay Sermon | I
Seaboard appealed the case and got !we can ill afford to lose it. < that springs former in the human |
Goernor Bro",yard knew .
rvt-n I the verdict reversed The opinion was : For the present the 1'brarv will! occupy I breast. But if you have not love you ,
who he would ar.ttotf. .
mr i ihi morning prepared by Judge Cockrell. The other its present quarters but it is I are but sounding brass, or tinkling
Mr Wolf has very warm friends I t :
case was from Jackson county and hoped later on that rooms can be s''- By a symbal upon which devils shall boat

ar ih. capital who are greatly pleas I involved the large estate of the late I r-ured somewhere on the groi-td floor. I.*..1N1NNN1.NNNINN N9N..NNN111N.1111N.I the funeral march as the soul goes

...1 I ii' hi" apinolnttaent. He has, fil'ed I Alexander R. Godwin. The title of T 1- _ ____ _- ____ __ --:-- down to hell!
rh i'0-liioo of private secretary and hisfrvpu'ation to the suit was Emma King administratrix The Baraca Society. I Ii [TEXT: But the greatest of the-e IS charity, sublime:: i i Have faith, it will lead you up to the

** s I>' Tiw>r very acceptably et al. vs Matthew L Dekle. In i Cor 13 chapter 13 v r,eJ] J I I beautiful gates of the city of our God :
able lawyer has long I ]Pealed its first note to sound the
i as an the appeal from the judgment of the i Among the various church societies and show you the glories thereof;
'ahlish(>d it !Is a sate appoint- jot The word "Charit)" in the text, and march of time, I
item ; circuit court in which an alleged excessive Ooala there is none more enthusiastic then faith is lost in sight! Hope will
indeed in the entire chapter from Thy joyous youth began-but not to
uwo'I : judgment of 11,103.53: ;) was or cue that is doing better work unbar the shining portals and bid you
has had every optMnrttnlty which the text is taken, should prop fade-
Gov.or Hro-ard !awarded the supreme court, in an ,than the Baraca Society of the Baptist eater in; there hope ends In fruition!
of knowing Mr. Wolf anti I' I erly be read "love." That the great 'When yonder sister planets have: de
: reversed the! church.
opinion by Judge Taylor But love! Love will meet you therewith :
of his character :apostle did not use the word to convey caved-
making hill own decree of the circuit court Th' society meets at S:43 every Sim- outstretched arms and bear yore
ability! and ni; appointmenti. the idea of bestowing of our money 'When' rpt in fire the realms of either I
sic morning. Mrs. S. A. Standleyteaches
Iday I up to the throne of God! Love will ,.
him that he I.' or goods to relieve the needs of the I glow,
rt+. high: *t tribute to Oral arguments were heard Tues. the class. The Baracas are /; abide with you there forever and for- j
Wednesday in :ht oases ot' '!poor as we understand the word today -I,And Heaven's last thunder shakes the
CO Iii |II" day: snd I composed of young men whose motto ever where the innumerable hosts of

\ man from Wt>:;Florida, who was Charles Wests.. the state of }'loridaand _iis. "Young men at work for young in its common use, is made very i world below the redeemed shall cry out Alleluia!
of Mr.: Wolf said to- Buck and Ed. Clinton vs. the state! plainly to appear when we read his !'Thou undismayed shall o'er the ruins
not a %porter fall standing by the bible and the hit Glory and honor and power unto thQ
i declaration in the third verse of smile
of experience.Mid own
U! Wolf hasears ,of Florida. t ole\ school. Lord our God and the Lamb that WM
believe will nuke an honest! I I II the same chapter when he exclaims i.And light thy torch at nature's funeral
I This ras was organized only a I slain! Alleluia: the Lord God Omnipotent
Certainly HOME-MADE CATARRH CURE. "and tho'igh I bestow: all my goods to 1 pile!"
.rra.cianttuu5. able judge I i iI rear ago and by the earnest eitots ot reigneth! Amen
that be asked of any feed the poor, and have not charity it : Surely Paw, hooo is great. How
tier i tM all can I :its members, its enrollment has increased These three-But the greatest of
Any one can mix right at home the profflteth me nothing:' In order therefore i can love be greater?
r.anA known. The from seven to forty members I these is Love!
best remedy of its kind I
wild rumor that was in circula.(I name "Cyclone' is given to the following Their ambition is to reach: the hundred to realize the heighth and depth Because, there comes a time when I

$"1 tarh' this week in connection prescription it is supposed because 1 mark by the end of the year, and, and length and breadth of the soulful- i I the office of Hone is accomplished.Hope Appearances are deceitful. The last

S 71h.Ppn hU appointment was to the ef- of its promptness in driving i since the work among them is so thoroughly ness of the sublime lesson intendedto I. is desire coupled with expectation. rime we saw Major Mealey was at tAra

fpc"I that Hon. W. J. Bryan, of Jacky from the blood and system every vis- I I organized, the prospect is very be impressed upon us by the inspired I! \\ hen we attain the things hoped ,on hotel about the 19th of last : f
of catarrhal poison, relievingthis
t ..,.,1.1... words receive the appointiwnt tage foul and dread disease no matter bright and new members are added writer we must read the word :, for we no longer hope. It is not November. The "dreenage" amendment i

I had a telegram from Jackson- where located.To 'I weekly. II"charity" according to its true interpretation I I true: that where hope ends despair begins had just been defeated, and as

, oilklni if there was 1n;- fouudat prepare the mixture: Get from II Strangers of traveling men spending "love." Faith-Hope-Love when hope ends in the acquirement the major iold us how it was accomplished 1

t r the rumor. When 1 showed itt any good pharmacy one-half ounce i the Sunday in Ocala. are cordially -but the greatest of these: is love! of the thing hoped for. But hope he certainly looked and actedas i
Fluid Extract Dandelion one ounce
01 .t.t governor he said: "I wonder if Compound Kargon and three ounces invit'-l to meet with them. Aa hearty. I Why Paul? Why is love greater than I ends in fruition and when we have if he owned Florida as well as the !

p...". think Ibt'fan' not lawyers Compound Syrup Sarsaparilla. Shake welcome wit la wait them. I I faith? The Master tells us that if we acquired that tot which we hoped, we fullness thereof. But now it appears 1

aUI1.h in the! circuit to make a judge well and use in teaspoonful doses II I I have faith like a grain of mustard ''I no longer have need of hope he was only the fullness. Poor major J

teat (f' after each meal and at bedtime. mixture Creamed Fish in Heart Molds. seed we might say unto a tree "be Faith gropes in darkness but is ever But it is only a few weeks until he
This is a harmless inexpensive
Mr tlr)an blm!\elf viewed it in the which has a peculiar action up- Boil some rice until tender and dry, thou plucked up by the roots and it' J led on by the burning fire of hope. will begin to draw his regular weekly I

lurht nf a Joke, and such it must on the eliminative tissues of the kidneys I season with a I little butter and salt. should obey We are told that: bv faith i When faith is lost in sight hope with stipend as a member of Florida's !

hit-.. Minted tit him as he- was here to assisting them to filter and I Spread the rice thickly on a buttered Abraham offered up Isaac. That by keener desire presses on until it endsin third house.-Pal.ltka News. I

\ u Rr Mr Wolfs appointment.Of strain catarrhal from poisons the blood which and if system not eradicated all-I. baking pan and leave it for a few I faith Noah built the ark, where in he fruition. TThen their work is done. g jj j

hours. Then with a heart shaped cut' :and his family were saved from the but love is
I are absorbed by the mucous i iI I These two are great, For Rheumatic Sufferers.
all ItW'Iin public life in Florida\ membrane, and an open sore or catarrh ter cut into forms and scoop out a lit !I ttood. It is by faith that the first step ;greater: than these, because God is The quick relief from pain afforded "

th.'". III hardly one with as attractive I is the result. tie of the rice from the middle of each I is taken in the path which leads to love It was love which caused the by applying Chamberlain's Pa.la.
and it, as it is the Balm makesit a favorite with sufferers
unconscious of Prepare some try Faith in God. Faith is
ode as Have ready some cooked fish which redemption. of
a p.'r alUy or prescription of an eminent catarrh I, ,blessed Master to leave the !glories from rheumatism sciatica

tau cbarHin HU! face is delicate and specialist of national repute. x2 :has been picked fine and freed from I II in the precious promises. Through faithis Heaven and come down to dwell lame back lumbago and deep seated .;
exquisite cameo, and heated with cream: or th-- precious promise. Through faith : For sale all
I clrarlr cut like; an I bones up I among men. To suffer toe agonies of and muscular pains. by

)yet M ltho i a trace of the effeminate. St. Augustine is making elaborate( white sauce. Fill the hollows of the i i..*" are saved! Truly Paul faith i:> i Gethsernme.: To wear the crown of druggists. a

,_ H4 baa dark hail bluf'. ray eyes" and preparations for a Ponce de Leon celebration rice cakes with the fish and sprinkle ;;great. How can lobe grea'er I II :thorns. To be "litted up" and endure
I It'r I
a U-autlful month.lthough he is a I April 2-4th with two days of I minced parsley over the top. serving I II I Because "faith is the substance of i. the shameful death upon he LOST-About Jan. t, at Seaboard t

\ > young taan he has become known sports music and festivities.: very hot. The rice may be tinted pink of '' cross, that poor fallen men might be depot two medals by David A. Leon ;
I things hoped for, and the evidence:
a* ,.... of the t.tat..'s foremost lawyers, by adding a little vegetable coloring, There will a brought back into the spiritual realm of Jacksonville. $15.00 reward if
things not seen. come :
I paid flushed politicians. His ambitions A Valuable Lesson !diluted with water to the rice while broughrt back into spiritual relation same are left at the office of this pa 1
"Six I learned a "alnablt'lesson time when the office of faith will be ,
years ago
.td iJ.Ml are honorable and he hast lit is cooking. mixing it in well. ship with God, and made heirs with per. 21521E.
writes John Pleasant of I fulfil! d. When it has led you on step : ::
tturatte to live up to them. It is Mr. I'Magnolia Ind. "I then began takingDr. I I
I until have reached the
by step you ;
Hra ambition to go to the United King's New Life Pills, and the ,Ir r Trie Little Country School. I ,
Comforter shall C. V. Robert i
where the Holy
hroate or become a United I longer I take them the better I find point C. Smiti.)
sates I
Guaranteed spiritual eyes and make a'!!
I them. They please everybody. open your
$*.I" judgt' """hE"n" I have grown Many, if not most of the great '
1.1'h." he naively said. Into I at Tydings & Co.. druggists. m I!names that blazen our country's pages i things: plain unto you as He has prom .: Funeral Directors and Licensed EmbalmersWe
ised. Then faith shall be lost
"'0.... a. prosecuting attoiney Mr. For the most part one's criticismof by the accomplishment of great deeds sight.! Its mission ends when it has: are equipped to do the very best work and use

Hrvan Ie b> tunas popular and unpopular another is in the nature of a self- -the men and women who have added I l led you unto a glorious vision! of the I only the latest and best method*. -:

there are times when he probable !inflicted: indictment. Until a man can ed lut-tre to its name-were products
things which you hitherto bad accepted Telegraph Orders Ieceive Immediate Atterjtiou.
I could carr Duval count for any- I I stand fiat looted and see over his own of the little country schools, so why- '
\4 (.htWC h* Minted wad( others when he back fence, he has no right j to say should not our little country schools, I by

nroiie't art fifty votes. But the re-I,what is in his neighbor's yard. lour intermediate and preparatory Yes. faith is greater. but it is lost OCALA FURNITURE CO.

\.r-It IC nt *a' p in hif favor which; Ichools.; receive some of the fostering !in the splendor of the glorious re -e-

t I... "e vu:".:;: nun b in theiwci8 The Jacksonville: Floridian has been i r care of our millionaire hibn_ I;latior jape and undertaking parlors com Nortb Math Street. and Oclda:t

---- making calculations on the senatorial I ia Avenue
ithropists'Iore poetical good can .
hence and thatIT True, Paul, but tell us i-ow < 1 19j
fight three years says !be accomplished with a thousand dollars I Day Phone No. 10. y 'r' De *? 9t
looks as if Senator Taliaferro will .jreatcr than Hope. You hato.. '
these little
distributed among _
: --
the without }- that faith is the substance n
Ot r.';timed u. senate OJUinon.Pl'nsacola iis -
stressing schools than many thousands -
Journal. There, for. We never ccu'd! -- / .t
ttS :) ; distributed among the big universities. -t things: "hoped" TDLP.4 b.

are ,?her newspapers and other corn I, : !be led blindly by faith if it were not t

'ie> 'o hear from I II 11'01' the bore which ""'prings eternal in ''

'SE5 ; Hunting for Trouble. !the human: heart" that SOIDe! !!!e- If you have lands you wish to sell, :toif? .>r rcpt,

bare 4' I .i tot over 50 years, "\i.: r.fv pis of Tamo's posroScc "I have lived in California for twen- somewhere faith would l lead us unto i or if you want to buy lands= for farming. grazing: l

as .' r :, .i Their absolute tor rift year 19i'C shows very favorable II'ty years, and am still hunting for la full revelation of the. glories which I turpentining or lumber purposes. $
L c. :. :vegetables and $;amoer the preceding year, there trouble in the way of burns sores, I,-eye hath not seen ear hath cot heard ,,

t4 mate: them the most be"u-' again of $22-10J: over 19M and wounds boils cuts sprains or a case,'I cud neither hath it entered into the I Write toBLOUNT '4
It II ,t pcpu'ar everya1 'I'of piles that Bncklen's Arnica Salvewon't .
I : dealers. 1901. a surplus:: 01 $G2,02.51: over the above quickly cure," writes Charles. heart of can" "Wtea hope,ends des- I

'" Sled Arduat, ...tree U L on CO.regneet.tlc.ilJ.h. for exaenses for the o3ice. The re- I Walters, of 'Alleghaney, Sierra coun!pair begins," vre are told. Of it the IJ J REAL ESTATE CO. {

C'i1'l: for 1903; were |74.SC2: and for ty. No use hunting Mr. Walters; it: !poet hath runs; 1,
.' ,cures evencase.. Guaranteed by'i OCAI.A. FLORIln,
r.fIi\" !19t4 6. $9j 91:?. 'Tydings & Co.'S .dIng storf.m "E'eraal: i lio:)e* rhen yonder spiT'--! .

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.................................................... (ccster, Mass., where several hundred I TRUSTEES I. I. FUND MRS. CLARENCE CAMP AND MRS. I I .,iED
Tucks ?nd Koords are employed as JACK CAMP ENTERTAIN AT A

RELIGION NOWADAYS i (factory workers. There are several Expenditures Made By Board in 1905 BEAUTIFUL PARTY. JPI, NO Ito

I I reasons: why Mohammedans do not I and 1906.-Attorneys' Fees.Attorney's y RED 'o

MUST BE UP TO DATE. | cue come is here that in before numbers.leaving The his principal country I Fees. From last Friday's Daily. hostesses ROCK.HACANICCaOCO '
home '
An elegant cnannmg
W. S. .
Jennings, Jacksonville
land s-ui'ject to the Sultan mu't give
---- : .. . . /$10/MxV 0 and beautiful guests-of-honir i: ATUHTA,
I bond that he will not hcange his re- R. W. Williams make
Tallahassee combined yesterday afternoon to :;

By Frederick J. Haskin. i 11i Jinn while away. Mohammedans . . . 5.C73.00/ :: the party given by Mrs. Clarence !;: GEC
'tind living in a foreign disagreeable Bryan & Bryan, Jacksonville .
..... .*..+.......N............ country Camp and Mrs. Jack Camp one of the
................... ._ . . . 3000.00 t
-- _. H .. ._ because the kind of food re. the'
-' -- --- -- -- of
John L. Neeley, Tallahassee most delightful social events ,

Ocasionally we hear the church organizations was given to "n-peat.' Intoning return quired by their religion is not always . . . Grtu.OO winter season. ,

of the United States criti. It; the table a second tI.I. One I obtainable, and they are likely to defile T. L. Clark, Monticello, 4yVjQ The guests, about one hundred :in ,
them.elH's. There never has beena W. B. Farley, Marianna 2 ,I.OO
cased for lack of enterprise, but innumerable mail ate four meals before "twas number, were invited for three o'clock

instances of extraordinary willing; to confess to a "full" ; t'.ing.: permanent mosque in tin1 United I Total $19S25.00 and remained during the entire after :

endeavor may be quoted in refutationof The Salvation AnnworXtrh are a.ost Sr
this charge. The pastor of a churchin resourceful. one of the orphanages met on the veranda which had been '

Cripple Creek, Col, has introduced there were once thirty infant i in A Spirited Contest. 1 Total cost legal expen converted into a pretty bower of evergreens -
ses . . . .$20,704.SO
the free lunch feature in connection exctss of the accommodations of i she The Jacksonville Metropolis is conducting I by Mrs.C.C. Tod, Mrs. S.T.Sis- '

with his church work. He has announced place. The collections!: from pacing a spirited contest which will I W. B. Farley. trunk. Mrs. Arthur Clarke and Mrs +,

in the papers that all who attend the tambourine were scant, and there end March :21. Feb. 1, 1905;retainer as Charlie Miller, who chatted with them
counsel for .
trustees $ 230.00
his services would afterward be given was no money to buy cradles. Nevertheless It for a few moments. Receiving at he
to give manytrizes
proposes June H, 190-; expenses in re
free food in the Sunday School room. that night the tinytots away which are free trips to the Kittell vs. trustees and ,front door was Mrs. R. L. Andersonand i
were tucked snugly into warm beds Jamestown Exposition.This trustees vs. Kittrell . 22.40 Mrs. Frank Harris.

For the sake of novelty a New York improvised from thirty empty cracker counting figures in district j Sept. 1C, 1903:-expenses attending In the hall Mrs. W. H. Powers and :

divine employed whistler and latera er (>s. number five and the first voting made |i sacola .court. .at. Pensa. 20.67 '1 Mrs. William locker received togerh. ;; RCKWL'

vaudeville! artist to enliven the pro- f t public shows the following vote, the I II I er and introduced the guests to the :, !

gramme at his church. Not long ago Xo definite name was chosen for one receiving the highest number of Total . . .$ 293.07W. two brides, Mrs Martin John ROCKS! j

I had occasion to make an extensive Salvation Army workers until sometime votes receiving a free trip to the Exposition and Mrs. Louis Weyman Duval. each ,
H. Ellis.
trip over the United States and in the after the idea of slum work had : March 1, 1SOC-expenses of of whom looked very lovely in their T

.-leven different cities the pastors of been put into effect. The manner of Miss Margaret Arnold, Orlando.,::;70 I trip to Quincy, Jacksonville I wedding gowns. For

vaiious nominations went to the giving the organization the name it Miss Allie Tompkins, Suininrvillel.lOO! I and Pensacola to rep- I In the parlor Miss Valeta Poi, r'I ..

from the hotel bears unusual. A handbill resent trustees in litigation and Miss' Sara Harris presented The
trouble to copy my name now was quite Miss Alice Witman, Pine Castle. 930 ,
. . . .$ 23.SO!,.
register and send me invitations to advertising a certain service had Miss Lucile Richards, Sanford. 9CO i April 6, 1906-expenses: of ladies:: to the receiving partMMI i I Dome

attend their meetings. In many cities !been minted which styled the workers Miss Edna Dozier. Ocala . . 900 I trip to Jacksonville to represent included the two hostesses :Mrs. Clarence ;

church advertisements now appear in at Rugby as the "Hl'.lelajah Miss Carrie Lewis, Lonswood "SO I trustees in litigation Camp and Mrs. Jack Camp. the I .',

the street cars and other public places 'Army.:' In preparing a new circularfor Miss Marion Galloway Ocala. C20 . . -. 20.17 two honorees, Mrs.: Carl Burton Van !

here they make their appeal to there another meeting, one of the secretaries Miss Nettie Graham, Istachatta. 620 I Deman, of Jacksonville, and Miss: Ji- I
Total . . . .$ 43.97 Drinking
along with the announcements of changed the name from the I II Miss: Statia Tomlin, Orlando. 510 I !sie urney. of Suffolk. Va., and )1i..s i i

liT pills, brands of whiskey tailor. "Hallelujah Army," i : h "Voluuteer Miss Gano, Ocala . . . 510 I Mileage Bosk. I Sallie Camp. j I II

Ing: establishments! etc. The convic- (Army" Gen. Booth e : ier of the i Miss Frenchie Dunn. Floral! City. ;TM I On January 20, lauG: the sum of I The two Mrs. Camps were graceful L
twenty-five dollars was paid to the aid
thin is growing that it pays to advertise -:: work looked over i :e secretary's Miss Clara Millen, Sanford. . 210 i agent of the Seaboard Air Line railway I cordial hostesses, the former in white I k As an to digestion -

religion as well as anything else.jshoulder) thought for r r :r*"it. then Miss: Ruth Buritt, Brooksville 90 I at Tallahassee for a mileage book crepe de chene and the latter in pink ii I I taken with

I[took a I jitn and cr .->i\ < i: rn;' word Miss Mamie Taylor. Ocaia . SO i for the use of attorney for trustees. flowered chiffon. or after meals,

A Chicago minister hit upon a novel "volunteer," sdbstltusalvation": Miss June Waddell, Sanford . 70 ;No Over name twenttbou is given in and the report.dollars has MJf. Van Deman who is ary I |f Red Rock Ginger

plan to ei'comage housewives and in its place. And it has been known Miss Mittie Bray, Winter Garden CO i been paid out during the past two I stately Wor.de. was handsome i ih a j Ale is the finest

young mothers to come to the Sunday as such all over the world ever since. Miss Ula Smith, Oilando . 10 years by the trustees of the internal white and lavender brocaded satin j ;i ,

morning services at his church. He established -J sss Miss Leafy Sylvester, Ocala. . 20 improvement fund for attorney's fees. gown and Miss Nurney's blonde loveliness most beneficial of .R..

a creche, or day nursery, in i]I A prominent worker in the Presbyterian -Miss Alma Graves, Winter Garden :IO and expenses of counsel.In showed to excellent advantage in :i all home bever-
I Hit);) one Jacksonville lawyer was
on adjoining building, where he ilU'tal-1 Hoard of Foreign Missionsstale. Miss Lillian Thagard, Ocala. 20 retained by the board at a salary of a verylovely white embroidered ba- | ages. It contains

led a corps of nurses under the charge .. that it has established :.",nty- Miss Maude Patterson, Minneola 20 five thousand dollars a year, and another tiste made princess. I: neither alcohol nor

of a competent matron. Mothers of seven mission fields! : on four cv.miupnt Misspnes Burnett, Ocala. . 20 firm in that city was retainedby Miss Camp's gown was a pink crepe

babies and young children are now invited [and has distributed 1. 7'Kt.oOo pages of i Miss Anna Mixon, Ocala. . 10 the board during the same year at Je chene princess with real lace j dope. It is a pure,

to bring the little people along]literature printed in twenty-fhe languages Miss Sara Whitfield, Ocala. . 10 a The salaryof amounts three paid for thousand these services dollars., Bertha and she was most attractiveMrs. high-grade GingerAle

and check them free of charge in the !, has collected 63,000 childrenof Miss Laughlin, Zellwood. . 10 to whom paid, and for what particular E. L. Carney and Mrs. Buena not a pepper-

creche, while they attend church next foreign countries into Sunday- Miss Sallie Stewart Anthony 10 services are copied in full form Wilson Mimms asked the ladies into heated production

door. Their minds can thus be free I:schools and has 40,000 pupils in a Miss Alice :McRae Boardman. 10 from the report-of the trustees. the library, where they were served I put for profit.

from worry in the thought that their thousand colleges and other institutions I to claret punch by Mrs. Frank Drake up
I :Miss May Turnley, Ocala. . 10 W. S. Jennings.June be to
children are near and being well cared of learning. This man told of Mies Georgia Borger, Ocala 10 24, 1905-expenses of and Mrs. J. B. C. Koonce, after which j I Always sure

for. one chrch in Korea where the memo :Miss Mary Platt, Ocala . lt( trip with committee of trustees .Mrs. Albert Gerig. Mrs. G. R. Ic.1 get the genuine.Look .

bership increased in one year from Miss Eva Yarborough, Ocala. 10 and other expenses Kean asked them into the dining room
attending legal matters for
The man who objects to the foreign C.OOO to 12000. The communicants: Miss Ethel Kelly, Sitronelle. 70 trustees . . .$ 22S.CC where Mrs. W. N. Camp, Mrs. G. W. for Red Rock
missions and thinks is that particular congregation have volunteered I Nurney, Mrs. J. K. Austin Mrs. R. A.
nothing being Miss Mollie Ray Orlando 10 June 24, 1905-general counsel Crown stepperSold
done to spread the gospel at home will 8,000 days' work to further Miss Hattie P.rockman I WinterGarlen I on account of professional Burford and Mrs. E. Van Hood were ,
I services . 2,500.00 ft
be surprised to know that a great or. the cause of Christianity anion;tLeir1 . . . . . 11) I receiving.The I in bottles, at all
June 23, 1905-traveling and
canization is at work establishing own countrymen.. Miss! Josephine Bullock, Ocala. 10 I incidental expenses in rep- home was a charming picturea LCJ groceries, etc? and -

churches and Sunday schools in the > *" Miss:: Lucille Moore, Ocala . 10 resenting trustees from wealth of evergreens was seen ev- on draught atall

uutof-tht-wav places in this country. The cost of making converts to the!Miss Emily Ford, Ocala . . 101! Dec. 15, 1&05: to June 1, vcrywhere, the color scheme of the entire I founts.
1906 . . . 3S4.71 1
red The
house being green.
There arc missionaries of the various different religions in this country varies Miss Cyr.this :McKee Orlando. 10 "
JiU '. 2 1901.senicl's for -J
denominations still traveling much greatly It is said that IcrmonsI Miss XeHenJer'on.! Ocala 10 i six month's for trustees. 2,500.00 electroliers were shaded in red and -

after the fashion of the old time circuit pay most for new adherents to their Miss Flora Isaacson, Loekhart. 10 II I December 17. 190G-traveling the candles in all the candlestickswere

riders' or with mule teams hitch. faith, and that the Salvation Army I expenses, incidentals, etc., of the same soft color.In .

t-d to gospel wagons. There are alsoa spends:: less per individual than any Surd tte on Climate. !1 six months in representing the library little Miss Ethel! hay Manufactured by THE RED ROCK
1i trustees in litigation . S4.S4 I
number of which I i craft and Miss Pansy Souter furnishedan COMPANY, Jacksonville, Florida.
chapel the
r cars I other sect in securing its converts. The Robert J. Burdette has the following j December 17, 1906salaryfor
Western railroads haul on any of evangelists declare that the distribution six months as general accompainment of music for the _. ,
their I to say of California climate: I I
trains free of charge. The car ul- of so much cheap literature nowadays counsel to December :01. two hours of the party. With so 66. . . ,
Spare the tourist the oft-told tale j 1901 . . . 2,300.00 .. 1
delightful persons of such
vt-P works the Pacific coast the many
makes it difficult for churches ,of the "unusual season" and admit

Godwin" makes one night stands in II to get as good results from their I honestly that the visitor will find Total . . .$10.757.01 l ready conversation gathered together ISEVENi H i

Texas, the "Evangel" is in the Indian printed matter fis they did in former'out anyhow, that God sends us the the occasion could not fail to he avery

Territory, the "Messenger of Peace"in years. I R. W. Williams. happy one. There was a spiritof .
weather, giving tho best He has for
Missouri, while the "Glad Tidings"and V i Jan. 2!, 1905-on account ofprofessional comradierie and congenially of
his particular time of year, and services .$ 2,500.00 Bars Lenox
the "Herald of Hope" come as far When the religions of Europe first thought among the visitors and !it wasa Soap :
thJ.te accept and are gratefully I Sept. 16; 1906-copy of testimony riI
t fft as Wisconsin and Michigan came in contact with American shoresis thankful for it when we know the for trustees . 5.04 great pleasure for them to be thrown I
i 'Dec. 5. 1905-expenses to together in this happy manner. '
a question that history has not kind He is giving the rest of the j-25o.
Whenever a new strip of territory nitely decided. It is claimed dCft'I' Pensacola to attend U. S. The large dining room, which is
world. And this you can say trulyI I court . . . 23.71
is thrown for settlement the field such an attractive feature of this
open I early as the eleventh century a have said it after careful observa.tion !April 7. 1! settlement in I
workers of the different churches are vine In Iceland had been consecrated i full for professional services charming home had been darkenedand f .
of other climtaes, from here to It is as good the best '
there with their forces to inauguratean as "Bishop of Iceland, Greenland -md since Jan. 1, 1905. .' :3,000.00: electric lights shaded in red gaveto as t
Mount Sinai and that round
you go
early campaign against the vices Vinland," and was the recipient of 'June :30: 1906-balance in full the room a subdued light. Th' i why pay more? :
:lectthe world and select all of the best on account of services on _
that follow in the wake of all such I I beautiful mahogany table was bare
favors the hands of the
special ,climates, in their best time legal matters . . 175.00
movements. Oklahoma Territory was pope because he had visited the cohres:: I and a large imported red centerpiece
I of year, under the most favorable '
opened to the public on Tuesday, and',of Vinland and claimed it for the Catholic conditions, and take the bestdays i Total . . .$ 5.03.75i added to its beauty. Placed on it I Ralston I

by the following Sunday the Methodist! church. Some of the oldest i was an immense cut glass vase filled
I of them and then mingle
ivoruMcrs had organized 3ftytour'Sundayschools. 'churches established under the pat. I Bryan Bryan. with exquisite liberty roses and the
them by the most approved neteoro- I Feb. 1, 1S05-on account of I
The saloons opened I ronage of the English crown are stiu logical and climatic formula, you will services as counsel for tall glass compotes held red mints. In Breakfast Food . 15ePetti

in tents, and so did the churches. Out standing in this country. In many instance have in the blend only a good irai-I trustees . . .'.$ 1,500.00 this room all the guests were seatedat john's Breakfast Food 15c

in Minnesota the veteran missionary: ) the royal arms are displayedon Dec. C, 1905-balance on salary once and the scene formed a beau Puffed Rice 15c, 2 for 25c
tatio nof California climate.-Califor. :
Martin B. Lewis, has been traveling for the year 1905, attorney tiful background for the pretty frocksof H. 0. Pancake Flour
the walls and the altar holds the ;
I ilia Citrograph. ; for trustees . I, IjO.OO :
about for nearly fifty years, during communion silver adorned with stilted the women and their still prettier Buckwheat and Graham
Colonel Burdette never ramp to .
which time he has been in every little I! inscriptions expressing his Majes Total . . .$ 3000.00 faces. Flour in Bulk
Florida or he had never gone to Sinai. :
corner of that great state. ty's good will to his faithful subjects. Chicken salad and its accompain- Swiss Cheese
When he landed in Florida he would
; :
s Notable these is King's I John L. Neeley. ments followed by ices, cake and coffee Dutch Herring.
among Chapel have thought it Eden and wouha'e Sept. 6, l representing .
specially commendable feature I!in Boston, now a Unitarian church. .camped right here. state for citting timberon were served. The ices were frozen (

in the work of the Sah'ationrmy.is ss : : state lands . .$ :500.00T. : in the shape of hearts in red !< !
Speaking of climate we take the
the effort it makes to encourage self- The first Sunday school of the following from the Live Oak Demo- grc*--n and white and were decorated 0. K. GROCERY[[ r
L Clark.
rrpm and self-help among the un.1r 'Methodist church in America was organized I with cvpids. The cakes also were i
''July :22! 1905-legal servicesto
forttmati's whom it assists. The old i by Bishop Ashbnry at the crat.The Democrat recently stated that, I. I. board . .$ 400.00 heart shaped and very prettily! carried CLARK BROS.Plumber t .JI .

clothes gathered from various sources -|home of Thomas Crenshaw, of Hanover take it one month with another, the I out the valentine conceit. t.............. ..........., ,

art' sold to the deserving at ridiculously -I! county, Va., in 17S6. The first climate of Florida throughout the Rising from the Grave.A Later in the afternoon a missing let --

low prices, but the purchaser!hell used in the Methodist service in I ter contest was enjoyed by the ladies.
was the very best in the United
has the fettling that he has preserved!this country was one that hung in I prominent manufacturer, Wni. A. The questions were printed on very T. Needham
States. And we mid it in all seriousness
his manhood) paying for them. In''the church in the Maryland estateof I Fertwell, of Lucama, N. C., relates a pretty cards, which were ornamente
not as a mere 'piece of stock-
most of the large cities wagons are I Henry Dorsey Gough, his most remarkable experience. He says: with hearts, the date, etc. The ques ,
near man. I brag. General W. W. Loring, of Con "After taking less than three bottlesof
sent around to collect old papers and ,slon. Perry Hall. This was in the latter federate fame as a fighting major general -' Electric Bitters, I feel like one tions were correctly answered b\ rye

rigs for the industrial homes They 1I 1 part of the eighteeenth century. went to Egypt after the civil rising from the grave. My trouble is quite a number and on the cut th

man in charge of this work in one city i I The Epworth League derived !its name I Bright's disease in the diabetes stage. prize was won by Mrs. R. L. Anderson.
and took service in the
told me that if everybody would save1 from the Epwortn in war, army I fully believe Electric Bitters will It was a handsome copy of tb. ;
rectory England of the Kedive. While there he wrotea I cure me permanently, for it has already 1)1) f ,
their papers and rags and give them where John Wesley was born: and book and in discussing the boasted stopped the iver and bladder picture, the Queen of Hearts, b

to the army collector, the simple task reared. In politics the Congregationalists (complications which have troubled me Greve.and :Mrt. Anderson presented ito
climate of that country, he said: .\c. Zr
.of preparing this rubbish to ship to claim the famous "Ordinance of :for years. Guaranteed at Tydings & Mrs. Van Deman The consolatio1

the mills would furnish occupation 17ST" as their own. Its passing wa quaintfrd with all the best southern f Co., druggist. Price only 50c. m prize, a pretty silver hat pin was CI : **. t. "a NEW
climates in the world, I do not think I
for practically all the homeless vagrants said to be due chiefly to "the efforts: Iii for by all and won by Mrs. M. C. L there: is any that is comparable with Turpentine Firm in Bankruptcy. SHOP 0J THE
in the While
city. such workis of one Manasseh Cutler I ney. CORKER OF
a Congregationalist
x not very remunerative, it paysenough minister. It that of Florida." The testimony of I j The voluntary petition of John Ellison -
prohibited slavery
to put shelter over the man'sbead I in the northwest terrtory-no. uc han expert counts.A I Harrel, of Baxley, Ga., has been Won Title to Turpentine Land. ',-NwER BLOCK WITH A
!filed with the United States refree in
and good food in his mouth
un Ohio Indiana Illinois
til better paying work can be found. ,Wisconsin, and abolished the law an of: most picturesque family of Seminoles 'I bankruptcy.The In the city court of Valdosta Gr LINE OF SANITARY

i Indians was to be seen on the schedule shows debts of $6- I some days ago a verdict was render .
rrimosenitre, which made : '
Lie c-d
While tho Salvation Army is ball .:?- I son the only heir to his father's M streets Monday. Presumably theywere 51; .80, while the assets are held by :in favor of the plaintiff in the caseR. : MODEKN PLUMBING \

the year its rush season is juft tate. es on a shopping expedition, as a receiver appointed by Judge Parker, P. Ketchum. J. B. Fender r .' -'S.

prior to Christmas. For days'an' I iif tiny immediately wended their stately 'I'of the state court. Ellis was a member Co.It WHEN IN NFED OF

days before that sacred holiday their J A notable fact about religious: steps towards a grocery store. There of the firm McLaughlin, Dean is a suit for $3,000 on a bread '---ST i CLASS

representatives may be seen on 4!;;\ in the United States conditions were the father mother and four i& Co., of Baxley, naval stores opera- of contract. Ketchum claim+'d tl; :. N SANITARY

corners in all the cities beside iron scarcity of Moharner'ral": is the children, all most gorgously attired, I tors.-Naval Stores Review.It te bought a turpentine pace, rom h.l'i,1E.ING ..y LL ON HIM.
kettles swung gypsy fashion on uret the Jou?1: :but the quaintest of the lot was the': the Fenders for $53,000 an') ?:is: ..
poles and placarded with the sign: hM-ireds I'f cnihas of this reli.d: ian nuralx- ouuget child, a little girl about sev- is currently reported that the $3,000 cash. He says they did t: ------- ..-.....-..:..:.... '. ..' .. ,.. '
r *"t/Jl
"Keep the Each uu ju-t: a :c.... pars old. dressed exactly like Seaboard Air Line Ry. will spend from make a good deed to the property aat to bind the
pot trn-jfe
year mete sprinkli-i: of :a x !u this: <-.} ., her I and that hfr r
: t.
they feed over 300,000 people on trr.r, here.re: 0th,>(; Ot o -hpr, in skirts almost touching $2i jl/1" to $3,000,000 in improvements the trade was thefefore, declared off. to raise the balance u;;.!e him failure
'rr'm'1. They made an interesting for its road during the present Fender claimed that Ketchum did not the
day In order that amrunt:
no one subject J : in Chicago. T>-? Ursrsiharamedaa Thecuestt,1u f(,Ph,.
should ct .tt' for many of our northern visitors. year, almost all of which will be in raise the balance of the money and ws as to {
r go away hungry, permission J! colony we have is in Wor- which failed to rnake'jjoaiNaval
.-Miami Record. Georgia and Florida. that the $3,000 was merely .- Stores Review. :;


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to the
Ocala Banner: Special cor. Ocala Banner: Shotter &. Co., Plead Guilty and Sub j t CHARGE.
,.. i. I j Tampa. Almost every day we say "good-bye" mit to Heavy Fines. i I ---

.. r Tl.* Journal this! morning! publishes atten-tion I forever to some kind friend. But we -y I, ,Ii i Notice i it hereby given that on the '

a communication trom Governor I do so unawares. Association Ocala Florida 8th day of May. A. D., 1907. ,
.. the bio Institute which is to be held in Savannah Ga., Feb. 15.! -In the +I will be held at the Hospital building ( the undersigned will present bin I '
Kro ard. on question of attorneys' In the passing throng we stretch final
-as t federal court today the S. P. Shorter on Tuesday accounts and vouchers to Joseph I
(rest pall by the board of trustees of city March 10th, to 17th, inclusive forth a friendly hand and clasp another company Paterson and Downing the ,I the 12th day of March, A. D., 1907, Bell county judge. Marion county,
the' internal improvement funs: for the and your interest in it is solicit- warm and tender and expressiveof I at 2 o'clock, p. m., for the purpose of Florida at his office at Ocala. and : J
ed. .Standard Naval Stores company, andthe [make final settlement and 2
electing officers for for
the apply
years I&o5; and 1C"C. the kindness to Lc remembered ensuing year
This institute i, : Be'giaa! company corporations, and the transaction of any other busi- final discharge as administrator of ,
The governor contends will be conducted by etc. but how often
LI that the does the thought estate of J.
Dr. H. M. land S. P. Shotter and P. F. C. My ness which may come before the meet Porter Smith deceased. ;
amounts Involved in the litigation of Hamill. superintendent of come to us that we shall never again ing. I I. November: 2. 1J"C.! <
ers; individuals known
the "Tur
the as
the hoard requires the services of o.liert \- Teachers' Training Department of clasp that warm, kind and tender Ocala Florida. ISth February. 1907. T. N. SmTlI.3 I

law)ers. and seems to think that the Methodist church and one of the I Land? B. RHEI \rER. '.\ Administrator of the Estate of J.
ablest men in his guil-ty I.\. L. IZLAR President Porter Smith. deceased. 11".-6m
the services ot more than one lawyer line. Dr. Hamill Many limes we carelessly! let fall I I
act. 2-22-
are ncwvl'Ml. Up to the present ;year ittttof'mt1hat will be assisted by Mrs. Hamill. who the hand in a last and forever fare- I ;NOTICE OF APPLICATION FOR j

the board has had the s r- will have charge of the primar01'1.., ,well. We should take time to remember Judge Speer fined each corporationand STANDARD & HERNANDO I LEAVE TO SELL MINOR'S }
also I individual $;;)000. RAILROAD LAND.
rkwe of mote than one lawyer at a I land by :Mr. Marion Lawrence, of the possibility of a final good- As to the other individuals indicted COMPANY. j ;

time and if the board thinks it needs !i Toledo 0., secretary of the International I i Notice is
their hereby given that
bye.A cases were nolle pressed A on the ;
LL l p ro lawyers now to properly handle Sunday School Association. Mr. i very dear friend once told me i ers of special the Standard meeting&of Hernando the stockhold Railroad |12th day of March A. I).. 1907. I will 1

f Ifeo litigation they should be securedat i Lawrence is one of the most widely !I good-bye. The hand was not dropped'i SURPRISE IN SAVANNAH. Company will be held at the office (apply to the Honorable Joseph Bell, i

once. The Journal contended that known Sunday School workers in the .carelessly and hurredly drawn away. |! of the Company in Rock well j county judge in and for Marion couaJty. -
I : .
I i i United state of Florida at his office in
Iw mm of five thousand: dollars was i! States. Professor Sherer. 11 ere seemed to be something real- I Believed that the Defendants Had Florida, on Wednesday, the 'i;,' Ocala. in said ('Ounttor an order
(president of the Lutheran 3rd day of April, 1907,
; 10 rauch to pay any one lawyer and i college, of Something solemn-in that token I Tried to Arrange Case. (:authorizing me. as guardian of the mij ?
I at 11 o'clock for the I
a. m.. of !
North purpose
Carolina, a prominent bible j nor heir of the estate of '.
WI' coil think so. and the eyes expressed a sad sweetness voting on the following A. ( McKinjney -

fiiAt-mor Broward thinks more lawyers !|I teacher will be included in the faculty that made the "good-bye real Savannah Feb. 19.-The pleas of To increase the Capital proposition Stock of: ;I i the, following deceased, to ell at private sale t

together with other well known Sun and not form. guilty somewhat said Company from $20 .000 to $ 'I property belonging to ,
should be secured, and we venture merely came as a surprise, IJfJ.-- :said estate, to-wit: The undivided in t

the assertion that it he will look day School workers. These are all If I never see that friend on earth as the dafendams' counsel had been 000.To amend the charter i I terest of the minor Dora McKinncy ia

around I,H can secure two good lav.jerB specialists in their line and combinethe again that good-bye would seem ade- pretty active since the indictment was the amount of indebtedness provision limiting or.I.I and to the lot- numbered one andtwo I

to look after the interests of this best talent to be had. quate for a final earthly parting. And returned. It was generally believed liability to which the aid Corpora. I tJoas, Addition of block I to. range three of a

to c beard for the same amount that is I:: The Institute will be held in Tampa the impression has been left with me that the bill would be attacked by tion stall subject itself by increasingsuch [I Marion county, to state the of city Florida.of Ocala, i

BOW being paid one. The attorney at the First Methodist church auditorium that more time and thought; shouldbe general and special demurrers whenthe 000 and amount from ljt.GOO to $500- j! Said land belonging to the estate of j,

and will be supported by all given our good-byes. If we are sincere defendants were called to plead. the said A. C. McKinney. deceased.
this who amend
gMKTal of state, is an exc ptiuDllly the charter provision Hm-
of the churches in the for the :to be sold for the beet interest i
briuht; lawyer, gives all of his city purpose let us express it full and coir- i The interposition of demurrers woud! itinb the number of Directors of said .said minor heir at

Hw to the legal business of the Mate of assisting Sunday School teachers plete. If we take time to say goodbye have superseded pleas until the de- Company to 5 by increasing the same ; This t;th day of February. 1907

I in their work for training the let us sayso in a manner that- murrers were disposed of. to 7. I:-).5t MAKIAH McKINNEY. t
a&tl at Juttt fine halt the salary that is I Rockwell Florida. February 19th '
children. and for the benefit of all bible should" it be our final parting-will be One of the defendants, with the attorneys 1907. Guardian.
paM to .he: board's counsel, who gives I .
only a iiorticn of his time to these students.It I ad2quate for the occasion. representing all of them. wentto .10! N L. ( GUS. NOTICE OF APPLICATION FOR

official dutU-y, and who does not ovenFMtblrt has been determined to open this j I Try the experiment next time instead Washington Thursday, where it RALPH BARKER Pre id'nt. LETTERS PATENT. t

Institute to all Sunday School sup rintendents. of saying: "so long" or "tata"or way said that heir purpose was to Secretary. j-22 t
at he feat of government.
teachers and workers as something expressive or nothing. prevail on the Attorney General of the PORT INGL5S TERMINAL I Notice is hereby given that on the ?
Ike main jtoint in Governor nrowuti' I COM 9th
day of March
well as bible students in the state and Just friend's hand and United States to interfere in the PANY. IW7. the under-
letter is that in regard to the your say pros- _________ i!'signed will apply to the Honors'V. I
to invite them to to this
come city "good-bye" with your eyes expressing edition: of the cases in Savannah. (If S. Bullock judge of the
of the general cincourt
attorney ass i
1 and share in the benefits be derived A special nu-et'ns: 01 the stockholders -
I to taut sweet sadness that follows a person was understood that an audience with of Marion count), at Oc 1
in the litigation of the lioard.
.Jt.tlec :: of the Port Inplis Terminal ,
from this combination of great in the dark and gloomy days of the Attorney General had been arranged Company will bo head the Florida for his endorsement and ,
The governor contends that as the atjiMfUey t at office of provai of a
proposed charter .
teachers. Every worker is urged to !life's travels and frequently shapes his : in advance. the Company at Rockwell. Florida, on social t-
general is one of the tnistees.he organization to be known alt
come personally and it would be a dream so visions of sweet rememIbrance. The manner or the extent of the interference -Nat, Wednesday April 3rd, 1907. The Pulaski Club. the proposed charter ,
could scarcely be in the best conNtiun -
great idea it each Sunday School j on the part of the after 1: o'clock noon for the purpose of of which Is now on file in the

t p.' 1 of mind to treat impartially 1 I would raise sufficient funds to pay the j For it might be a forever farew..n.PETER ney General was not known. One voting namely on the following proposition, office of the clerk of the circuit court
each of the interests to the fund while : of
Marion Florida, f
county. the
expenses of some teacher who could STA lEY. conjecture was that an effort would be To increase the capital stock of the I of object fa
tubrtttac an an attorney for the board I said corporation is. to forma
not come otherwise. j made to have the official be less vigorous said company from $1.0oOf' to $2- social organization
la !lUIlog litigation; that he wouldappear among the
Reduced rates will be allowed by Pensions for Everybody in his prosecution here. Anotherwas 000,000. young men of Ocala Florida, and ia 1! t
for the I
alt attorney Rockwell, Florida.
February 19
the railroads and board be obtainxl neighboring towns
am that the defense was willing to and viltateg ia i
h fare himself a* arbiter judge or 1c I Ir 1907.
in this city at moderate rates for, The Service Pension bill having plead guilty for the corporations and HUGH D. AUCinXCLOSS. Marion count) Florida to .-ulilub #!
''. whose dntit. i.; to act imp:1r.1 i|and maintain club room.-, reeling 1
: : I persons attending this Institute. Those passed both houses has gone to the I pay such a fine as might be imposed RALPH BARKER, President. rooms game roani* and in geueral i '

I I who intend coming should comrauni-i i i President. Now every old soldier will with a retirement of the indictments I Secretary. 2-22 i.carry on a social club businvOK that j

ia this ('(Jan tion it might be noted with ..1.1.. chairman of have fa not. iiuvMiKiatont. with .. in ,. .. I i
I cate Graham his pension. He may never have against: tb? individuals. f --------- -..-. -w.- ... i.,_
tbs on Jan. 17. 15)00. the board of I' NOTICE FOR PUBLICATION. I lotion: of the lawn of FtorMa.
'j the committee on entertainment who been within a hundred miles of a bat. It had been intimated that he defendants -
..... adopted a resolution provid- I J. 0. BUTCH.
wilt be pleased to furnish all information -tlefield. He have fired his I
I may never would not care to go to trial Department of the Interior. Land Of ROYAL & COLE.
that the "attorney general I
big : regarding place sank rates. :muskt't, or even had a musket. He may oecause of the nature of the documentary -, fice at Gainesville, Florida. Feb. MARCUS PRANK
k* .....uct.tt'dVith the counsel for the I !
i! This is a rare opportunity to secure I have deserted. Little things like that evidence in the possession of the i 4. 1907. Wm. C DfXK.,
trvaues" in all litigation in ehalf of :' I -
great benefits for Sunday School are immaterial. His grateful
government, which would have to be Notice
or against the trustees this action is hereby given that Mary -
I workers, and it is hoped that you will !now. forty-two years after the close of made public in the course of the trial. Calhoun. widow of Dred II. Calhoun, i TAX ASSESSORS
( the trustees in requesting the at- NOTICE.
o avail yourself of the opportunity. as I the war is going to make him the recipient deceased. of Martel Fla.. has filed notice --

> general to assist the counsel I it is seldom that such eminent specialists of a pension of $1: a month WHY THEY FAIL TO ATTEND' of her intention to make final 1 I''I I will be at the following placet, on
tEe te trustws being taken upon the 'I five year proof in of her claim I
( support ;
can be secured for this sec if he is sixty-two years old. $16 a CHURCH. specified to receive raUrm ofJ
moment by the attorney general ; j jI viz: Homestead entry No. :9.! +:31. made "property and agricultural .
I J statistic
tion. Any other information will be month if he is and _
I j seventy, 320 a I December 19, 1S9D, for the east hilf r !
Save trouble
e f Ute wllllinsnesK to render such as- I j by briagtec tods or loot
cheerfully furnished. j I month if he is seventy-five. All he has i I It is said that John D. Rockefeller, of northeast quarter section :3", town i tax receipt and Nter traat to menit'ory ,

"" 1M't" \V. J. CARPENTER |Ito dd is to ask for it. Moreover, under Jr., received a backset in his Bible ship 15 south range 21 east and that t in making tax raj.aras.
I In December. U">.. the genital counttl ( said proof will he made before Clerk 1 i .
President.I Executive Order No. 7S, he is half I February.Eureka
class when he asked "why do not
for this board, in an official reporlu I ; I Circuit Court at Ocala. Fla. on : %%. a. m.
disabled if he is sixtw-two. still more to church?" .
men go April 5, 1907.
the board said: "I desire to acVeewkdffo I Daisy ::. p. M.i .
I disabled if he is sixty-five or sixty- A young socialist answered flatly by i I She names the following wines ; i Fort McCoy 23: a. n.
able and efficient assistance I PASSING OF THE MILK MAID. I I
herein I eight and after seventy he is com- saying" because churches are too fashionable to prove her continuous residenceupon :'j II I Anthony 25 .
rendered In the matters and cultivation of the land. viz
: Span K, a. m.
and his insists
'<: I Washington Feb. IS.-C. B. Laae pletely helpless country and do not treat a poor man Elijah Collins of Fla. .
attoroor Martel.
Mfrrmt to ny Hon. \V. II. Kills, I ; J. J.Mobley. Pine, school bun**) K p. .. ,
general." ;IB. S., a scientist of the department orI that he must accept its charity. He I properly." ; of Martel. Fla.: Henry Williams Orange Sf Hnc 27. p. m.

Broward is right when ,agricultre, has tiiade! a study of the I may be the spryest old buck in hisijcounty I That may have been true of Rock i h of Marie! Fla.: Will Marion, 4 Citra 28.
If itawrnor
I practical value of milking machines : running footraces riding bic1 )- efeller's church and other fashionable ,of Martel Fla. 1 Ocala, all of March.l .
should j
I H. the attorney general I HENRY S. CHUBB,
toys l The law requires all las .
1 Isles, and wrestling with the boys.That ropaa to
I Ii churches but there are plenty of
land has reached some conclusions.: 2-22*
legal Register.
not reprint the state in then : I i ii ib in by Uf of April.
will for ExecutiveOrder _
matter)., then the board of trustees i I Lane is assistant i chief of the dairy count nothing. churches in large cities to which it 'l I ALFURD AYKR.M1 .

ua Frost In requesting him to do so I division of the bureau of animal i in No. '7S. issued by President does not applyand scarcely a church i i NOTICE FOR PUBLICATION. AWWMOTi

and the attorney general has made a dustry. lie says: his investigations !I Roosevelt, is controlling and his: pit. in country towns where poor young(I Department of the Interior. Land Office i Notice to Creditors.Notice .-
is it established
have been too limited to justify liable disability by men are not treated well. at Gainesville Florida. Feb.
\ wIAlakr in performing these service any j I j is hereby linn to all creditors

.,. \. Tke Journal nny have spoken! ofmoney sweeping deductions or positive conclusions !tag a fact. That will not answer as a reason, 4, 1907. ;I legatees distributee aad all '
I Chairman Sulloway of the House for the man easily finds .other persone having claim loIIaiu.t
_ ltilt In the hands of the trustees but in view of the probable poor
I Notice i is hereby given that Doug- the
Committee on Invalid Pensions expresses ; estate of Julia T Muaro.-. oWwaf.
himself at home in the theater where
\ a* the "j '()(lh"s money" but i itt general introduction osuch machinery l lass Gillard of Blltchton. Fla.. has i 'ed. to present the MUM to the under

never said, or intended to intimate in the near future be believes that the valuable opinion that the the conditions are the same or even filed notice of his intention to make i i signed within two rats frown this

< that the' ntone was in the state treasury. I the results of his work are sufficient 'i. Service Pension bill will not increase worse than the church because final five year proof in support of his |Jan. 11. A. D, 1M7. at Ocala Fla

t tailed to val.te to justify their publication. : pension expenditures by more than pIe are there graded according to Pt'o-I(claim, viz: Homestead entry No. :a.- '; T. T Sil'YIiIUR.E'teewor .
Attention especially
was I I 913, made April .j. 1900. for the southeast
of :SC.HOO.OOO; ; a year. Other estimates put ability to the price for their I of the Last Will sod T..ra
j 't. invention practical milking pay
a I II
the fact that the measure providingtor quarter of southwest quarter meat ot Jalta T. )I."... tteeearc J_
the transfer of this money into machine.lr.. I...ine says, has long been i j the increase at $15,000.000.; When pension seat.The section 12: township II south, range llSt

the hand of the state treasurer I a Mibject for American inventors to I II I order No. ;S was issued in March reason is in the indifference of 19 east and that said proof will be -

1..00 by the last legislature was v('- I worry over. From IS7 0 190; inclusive 1904. it was insisted that the resulting the man himself. He does not care for made before Clerk Circuit Coert, at . e .
Ocala. Fla.,
1Ntti bthe governor.Te the annual reports of the commissioner I increase in the pension budget would the church but he does care for the onApril 5, 1907. Iaesaea

: governor understood all along of patents show that 127 i be trivia Up to Jan. 31, 190G, there I iplay. The one has no attraction for I He names the following wit I.re.idtttes I.I I.

tboat the money with which these lavWM t...rents were taken out in this country .had been 19,011 applications for original -!him and the other has. The one is I to prove his continuous l II I- II

coming; for machines of : pensions under that order, and59,7aG f likely to arrest his attention to t upon and cultivation of the land. via. I*
pals lIng paid was out alone milking part* I' some-j!Enoch. James. of Blitcbton. Fla.; ..*... DR. a M. Bf4CY:
0f a fund which, should the state ::;eiof them. Mr. Lane gives an account I >' applications for an increase of thing amiss in himself and he does I'iI don Hall. of Blitchton. Fla.; Qnt a'" ..11....

aM...*ett in court would go to themtUinad ..lof the actions of a herd of cows thej I j pension calling for a total expenditure I not like that, while the other is pleas-i(f Morton, of Blitchton. Fla. ; Frank Pod j .

|of 11.942,530.:; ,urable and does stir conscienceIf of Biitchton. Fla. ,1. .
*. If the state loses the cases. ilrst time the milking machine was not up i
them. The annual appropriation for pen. ;: the church had entertainments in HENRY S. CHUBB. I
thMe attorneys' fees will. of course i j jiiced on
I i I Ii IiI lions has for some years been about j;it the extent that the house 2-22 RegisterNOTICE
toe borne by the railroads! because itj I "Some of the animals were a little Ii' to play

will come from the funds which they I i:restless! at first owing to the sight of $ -50,000.000. Times does not dimiIishI I]has he would probably stand his : OF APPLICATION FOR : rnf'rtJfrt

)>,n tiling for. but this is no reason !!i the machines and the clicking of the I!the roll nor death reduce the noble j'I,chances at having his conscience! SPECIAL LEGISLATION.

, .J why the trustees should not be as ]jpulsators," he says, but soon they be-l total of the taxpayers' dollars annually 'I!j.aroused and go quite as much as hej'; Ocala Fla.. lit'll.If IM! : r *' ..,iJ.. \ ;

if the ( and reconciled to their ;spent to make Senators and Members I,does to the play. ... ..
quiet ac- ;
careful la its disbursement as .comp j I Notice I is hereby gH'-n :hh. the '111dt'rsignd ,l -t.I. '
arts tad never been instituted, and ion. One feature which is perhaps aj i"solid" with their old soldier constit- :! Of course the church that recognizes !, : as TnioU-e of the Special p ,',;.:& .:& ,-, ..1PTlcA"-

.u e state utood no chance of losingBoney : little surprising is that heifers took to!uents., About one-half of the total anI I!I( this fact and is all entertainment';Tax School District XuniiK-r ()nt- in r= .
Marion State of Florida, *
County. 'i-i :
.... the machines as readily as the older nual pension distribution goes to ::;may catch the man but he discounts :
I .. I; :evolve, known as Ocala algal! I>i-
I fraudulent or undeserving recipients. |that church in his heart and while hej i
So far a* the right of the governor "h. trictl i, will. during the K-X' ft';+lla' see

le continue! these drainage operations !j jia i "Nervous cows," Mr. Lane continued -;Disabilities actually incurred in the line j may accept the pleasure he cannot "}e !sion;; of the Legislature of 'ar salt

'of duty constitutes the only proper ba- of Florida an-! sixty cia;: s aft.r ib<
flOftceraed the Journal did not "do not seem to resent the method I I reached where he lives. ;

rah a .*.tton. It was simply as has!' long as the machines are properly )sis for a pension. A service pension is I This, however does not mean that ;::'date pablicaiion of this thereof: adveniaonirai according an to+, ]law tti e, 't .
:I ., .
to the propriety of spe;dirg as nuchjaMMejr i[:J"ljustedIr.. Lane discovered that )simply! an encouragement of beggary.';t the gospel has 1. power for in ;.;apply: to the said Legisla'ure for tht' I I..

for kpa! services and the man- irr.ilkicg machines are ideal for use :The proffered money is aa insult toi:proportion there are quite as many men enactment of a !av.. or leatit-- lIt. .

wr+ ia which it was done.-Pensacola j jJournal. !with a kicking cow. j I!!those who do not need it. It is washed j i listening to it today as ia the days of'Juesus '!;ject and su'j"taace of which will bi i i I I tuake a t>p*'>cu., tI .

;, Me says: "After visiting from time when bestowed upon those who do :! Christ-Orlando Repcner-Sia-. 'to empower the said 3per! Tax .11 .7tto .. :L.:. ...
i School District to provide: fur arc to
not deserve it. Those who both need ;1 I' lIatl.-s.. O'.r'
'o time several herds where the IDa- I' :i issue bonds or ceri"cates of indebtedness

K.9< (ttd Cold Threatens Life. were in operation, and observing! the i:and deserve it should receive their J "Who will be the next governor of- not exceeding .n amoitat J.r'meat'J rte.OPTKAi! .

t pensions not as mendicants, but after : of Tea Thousand Collars o|tbt-j .
1"j t 'Ij machines working continuously in one1isrge I!: ;]Florida? asone; of our exchange: -
r. From the thicaso Tribune. I 000.00)" the proceeds of hicB to bcsed '
j "Don't trifle with a cold" is good ;: herd for a month. I failed to find II'due inquiry, and the proving of their j It[ will be a man c?rry'ng" a wada'il; J t to liquidate indebtedae* I' PARt9M a

arihrice for prudent men and women. j,any cows that could not be milked I!need and desert.-New York Time?. I I wiilling to let soni- of it drop. '
It wax I I" vital in r seot a cold. ;'because of the kicking habit. Some! I I. epair, enlarge, equip and *ber HRenlarge I.

Proper fin>,I. good ventilation and !!cows will not respond: to the wiles ofj) Log! Cabin Sayings. NOTICE. !if and iacrcase: the facilities at :, rays: .

uarm clothing are the proper: De gold at de! end er de r: noo' has 't the school buildings and prv r.y of .. . e 5 .
paarctf against colds. If they are milking machine. I got fool runnin' till dig day-but i i''smlshty The Central National Bank. of said District. I

ainUinv.l through the chant*>aF': .' -I II; Ocala, located at Ocala! in tte State B. A. WEATHERS.
exercise fer 'em.
good :
w..fh.-r of autumn. winter ar I ;iof Florida is closing its afiairs. All J. E. CHACE. ;

riD;.. 'ho ehanc'-s of surprint r.m; j! Jet Purnett! i Dis is a great country fer folks trr;note holders and other creditors ofshe W. T. GARY. vt 'k fA t'K.t J

colds will be slight. But the : ., (11 11Merchant ,rise in. but it would take er ton or; : association are therefore hereby Trustees Orals Spetal Tax Sefcoot I

f", a r> light cold will become :'-'vereKgWted. 'dynamite ter move some er 'em high:notified to present the notes and oth District. %-:%-It I .i .
\ : and a well established } : r.'E r claims for payment.T. ,

1 COM! IK tot he germs of diptheria: ,1I T. MUNROE, ''l I ISTACHATTA PHOSPHATE COM-I
I what hon, ii U to the bee. The greaten : 4 De cars of a donkey is big 'nuff ter i 2-22-St! _President. PANY. t

menace to child life at this season; (hear! all dat's gwine on, but de po' i '

of tk.year is a neglected cold. Tailoring.!:creetur ain't got brains 'nun to flop Notice to Non-ResSert Socrtsrnen.i Notice is hereby' given that th* annual

Wbethvr it is child! or adult the cold. : i! Notice is! given to non.rt."sidents'mnting meeting: ; of the Istachatta rn..*- FUNERAL
e-n-o'. L S. in Atlanta Constitution.
sllfht overe. the very best treat- II, j. game !Marion: : county that phate Company win be Hid at the. office .

Jient that can be adopted is to rive; 'he: laws of Florida require them to first of the company lit Ocala FtorM( .

/umlttrlain's Cough Keicedyy. is : Ocala, Florida. I j I The canv.facture of ribbons and kindred '* procure a license: before so loin;; on rite trst Tuesday in March A. D.. DIRECTORS.

\ safe an d urt'. The great popularity.1 I }Finest Imported and |Ie articles brought to St. Etienne. The amount fixed is $10")9 and the ]1907.
an dlnm 'n.e vale of this preparation i I 'official issuing the license is the c!?rkof COLIN (' XVYLLIE JK. -f-
has ben obtaine dby its remarkable! Domestic Cloths. .1'France, $16.s -Ias: in 1903.: Of this the circnit court This notice isgiven .i.ti! 5t1're a:'-, I ilrv x full 'I<:k of tom- t'a,ktiB. ,

cures of thi Bailment.: A cold never rl'-I| amoun $t>..3SS.lSvonh; was .-xported. for the purpose of giving warning : - --- I I .. ago IMt'tt r. ?
suits In pnuemonia when it i* given. !! Cutting a dpecial ;;I : and $10,496,132 was used ia'i' and saving trouble. Cypress Tract Wanted -- \
For uhby all druggists m f|I Itit. Fits Guaranteed. 1 France. R J. McCRANEY. 14t. H, 7? Midland avfnu, Midair! .\ Ir i to'i (\r

Game Warden. J r, :.! .:tAi. ,

1 ..." "... .. W '1Io ",:_,o(! ; 'u".t-'( ,/#,...:>-... 0It:4'" ;, ..: "",,___ .>V 5", "... -:::-' .' : :,...: ..:. ...::...;;.. rw .... .. ,;.: "f .' ": ._ ...;....." """ "':" ..._ '" -::- _:;: __ __ .. _____ L.t ..._____---- -



i FROM- FERTILE FLORIDA. ,i I.__ 1P"PP"t P "t1P" "P,'" PPPP" "P" t "PP" "PP" PP9P" 1 P P "P" "P1,y""Y"" 9 ,," "1" ';" P 1 " ,

What is Going on in the Land of the I d .
Grapefruit and Pine. 'I' !!:i i'CI--

L. R. Smoke is shipping beck sand C -
;: beans from Pompano. :--
Lettuce shipments atom Leesburgara ":X..ii\ oq"' "*ZI&3X&ttf* ".WZVJ** T -;"': 'H"1\ r: .:
very heavy. e-
, A. A. Pitts, .uf Minneola, is very I! v

", busy The' shipping Dade county oranges.fair will be held t3 Ct ttJ BED.
;;w". at from Miami DeLand.March 12-14. t a! f.ti I ; '

J. D. Walker shipped ten crates of ::: I :
.' ', lettuce from his truck farm near Ti- CDIf -
tusville last week. :- ... __ ,-A1 ..
)0- lr..3'!:'!""!' +fy1r ;:<,;'c- 3!? ;a "$'!9'171b 3ZtyvpiSALESAGENTS y f f K };- '.. ...
; It is figured that the orange crop ,
;:; ..
" ", brought $150,000 this season to the G'growers -- .
f of DeLand. H 11
, Eighteen of Florida's 4G counties' e
"grow citrus fruit. This year the yield
:will total 3,463,200: :: boxes. ...
i ...
.'. Peach trees at D"Land are in blood.L. C3! .
: .
The earlier verieties have fruit on 0f .. -"" .
- tS'' r -e.r.E.:1': .::r:: .W' -=6. ,- :: :- ':;'". : nK; :f R pgr""': .
hem as large' an acorn. S c- a ...
. The Leesburg orange trees are looking :- Ci fPvmAf
[ splendid since the rain. 'They if! :
are beginning to bloom. S
: Oakland: growers have finished their :- PUFJAFEED g I!! '

f"! potato planting. The acreage it a little ro=
greaer this season than last. S E

The packing house of S. J. Sligh & ..... warrw u w- ..
Co., at Pompano, which was wrecked :_. ti "- :_) 'iqJ"r ..,.'t.'iII. _.. :r.-: _---._ ..w ..
r in the October hurricane, is being rebuilt e .
e -
James McCoinb, jr., T. II. Chapman, is't .r-- .

.: Lyons S.Y..,Hamilton of Pompano, N.,D.are Cole all and shipping C. L. g c::-: '-Xl wish to call the attention of Stock Feeders to the following interesting figures: .::

t, .. vegetables. ...
Walter Tweedwell of Homestead 3ffi)- .
l who has 100 crates of beans which! he :
is shipping,received $'3.t:! per crate for : COMPARATIVE .A.1STA.LYSKS OF _, 4
his first shipment. .00 T'
f k i Seville was blessed last week with a ffiS ---
.. ._ ....
.. --
2: three-inch rain. It will take a couple :- -- -- -------- -- -- ---- : =- -
j of more such showers, however, to put ,
the ground in real good shape. .
as c.. ______ '
Reports from Ices Center, just west ,

k of Pompon, indicate crops coming esa t t : : Protein ; 9 per ct. JJ per ct 14 per cent.
along nicely I :Messrs. Goode. P-' & --- -- -- -- -- ---- "
-- .
and Ives will all begin shipping this c I '
Y/eek. t 0 =: Fat 4 per ct. 4 per ct. 6 per cent. j I
of cukes esa: i -- ---- ---- -- -- --- ....
, : Some idea of the amount 1-- I .

i' planted fron] the at fact Oakland that 300 can pounds be gathered of seed e&:>>:: I Carbohydrates 68 per ct.,_50 per ct. 1 .60. per_ cent.__ .. i

of one variety alone were sold from
t one store there. ::= Crude fiber 4 per ct. : 9 per ct. 6 per cent
'i Dryweather still prevails around & ,
-- ----
: : = = ....
----- oo '-- -- -
Bow'ing Green and some of the truckers & .caIf

:f'; are very much discouraged as it e ISC! -- --..
is getting so late and they have cot
i planted nn".thins vet. ,;
of r* -
There are about 400 acres vegetables
around Arch Creek, most of the l1& = a=ROiE I VS-Is the chemical property in all feeds which builds lean meat in animals; in other words--muscle. ... # t,
devoted to tomatoes. It is f fits
s :, 'and expected being that 4 ,OjO) crates of vegetaC = Fad C hydrates--Make the fat froTi which is drawn the store of heat and energy consumed by the animal in ::

_. bles will be shipped. 32a o- work. A unit of Fat is aqual to 2 1-2 times a unit of Carbohodrates. In other words, a feed containing 6 per cent. Pat ::

Many of the pineapples at Pompa. ?: and 60 per cent. Carbohydrates is the same as figuring 75 per cent. Carbohydrates. .... '
'- no are blooming.: The fields) that wen."heavily g
.' fertilized ere showing fruit ;Jo= P"iber--Is that portion of a feed which is largely waste, although about 1.3 digestible All grains in their natural state alarm certain s

earlier than before. This shows that && =- percentages of fiber, hence: that part nature intends as an aid to assimilation of the concentrate elements, Protein, Fat and! ::
+ coM! did hurt the plants.
: According to the Tampa Tinier. such 25SB= Carbohydrates. No feed should contain more than 15 per cent fiber, however, and one which runs as low as 7 per cent, is an --:: :

'" orange trees! as have shed their leaves exceptionally good i iced ...
( ; \''as a result of the law temperature t'fJ- .
about Christmas are putting out new :;= .. .. -. ,- ---. -
t -:=-= :;;:-- : -=-=-:;:---- -- ---s
r growth very freely, which is conmwhat :fj..-

r earlier The first than car the of average.celery of the St'at&"= You will now understand that PURINA FEED judging from the above tabk of figurei, it

son week was by A.shipped Toned. from It was Sanford rather earl last:. -- a superior feed to corn and oats. REMEMBER\ corn is liable to heat and colic your mules and i

in the season: for the shipment. buT .

.. then sometimes, Sanford a little always beyond.According is up.to date air:! -:;= horses Oats are high in price and it takes more of them, sack for sack, to keep your work stockin II

to the report of the wea': tB' fit condition than feeding PURINA FEED
or observer at Jupiter, the rainfall f.r aJanuary
about .81 of an inch. The m
greatest participation was for 24 hours va. a:= = _- '::- -- --- ---__ __ ___ ______ ___ ____ __ _u_ _._. __ __.__ __oo.. ____ _-.._-_ .__ -_ .:::
.57 of an inch on Jan. "5. ThJp'.r: ::
average rainfall for January has b xn TRY- r
(". :,48 inches.New York Produce News. 5 AFFWSACJSANDBE CONVINCED
f". I IvHiirT
The Favorite Retires. for Famous Peo fl .

ple.The r __ -- ._ .
: ----=== = c--- --- ---- -- -- -- ---- -- .-
", tastes of Elbert Hubbard t;to
j" famous leader of the East Aurora Ruhr \; IN NEED OK
:' crofters do not rim to complicate & .
k and savory dishes. As one would naturally -
.- imagine, he lives !simply' his one Gfi -cfI--

properly prepared. Not unfrequenTly : ,
he himself projects his individuality I .

into and the there affairs is one of the recipe domestic that he cuisine vary C i Mixture or Mill Boy Smoking I Tobacco .
j jcelery
-', much enjoys working out: Take fre h M
6e -
and snow apples cut item carefully t --
into cubes or symmetrical pieces
and see that the most equil proportions s c END US YOUR ORDERS. 3 ,
are maintained. Chill and sere i

with a mayonnaise. The result will boa & .....
delicious sa'ad.! In the morning Mr. ti ti --

calls Hubbard's the "Roycroft favorite dish Breakfast is one that FOOl ho i Also Old Virginia Cheroots, Florida Emblem and Hunt Club Cigars. -

To make it, sufficient quantity of i
whole wheat is carefully steamed for '
hours and. at : Yours for business
not less:: than twelve more ,
about the last moment before it is 3ir
served, chopped nuts and dates cut in
small pieces are added, the propor --
tions being about one part fruit to ......
r ,. nine parts of the wheat. When this ....
_ dish is ready for the table itis( bothpalatable --
fi and nutritious food upon
which to begin the labors of the days

f.:; }f -The What Delienator to Do for When March.Bilious.. A. BROWN & B 0. I

r The right thing to do when you feel
I I bilious is to take a dose of Chamber- t --
lain's Stomach and Liter Tablets.They tr .....
will cleanse the stomach and t --
I regulate the liver and bowels. Try it. t ....
: Price 25 cents. Samples free at all .....
druggists.Mr. m 4 ......r,

,. Thos. T. Stockton, business
Manager of the Times-Union, has been i
absent from his post for some time on t I I 1
account of bad health.

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