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: March 1, 1907
Publication Date: 1883-
Frequency: weekly[]
weekly[ former aug. 25, 1883-dec. 28, 1888]
daily (except sunday)[ former dec. 30, 1888-]
Subjects / Keywords: Newspapers -- Ocala (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
Newspapers -- Marion County (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
Genre: newspaper   ( marcgt )
newspaper   ( sobekcm )
Spatial Coverage: United States -- Florida -- Marion -- Ocala
Coordinates: 29.187778 x -82.130556 ( Place of Publication )
Dates or Sequential Designation: Vol. 17, no. 12 (Aug. 25, 1883)-
Numbering Peculiarities: Issues for 1884 later called new ser. vol. 2.
General Note: Editors: T.W. Harris, F.E. Harris, C.L. Bittinger.
General Note: Description based on: New ser., vol. 2, no. 14 (Dec. 1, 1883).
Funding: Funded by NEH in support of the National Digital Newspaper Project (NDNP), NEH Award Number: PJ-50006-05
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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: UF00048734:00418
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eas Mr. and Mrs. Eaton G. Lindner of I; Expect An Enjoyable Time-Will Go i R. &
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FOR 1907 :>mng and visitors visiting to Ocala friends.Monday Dr.shoppi and- '

The annual meeting of the Florida
HI Mrs. Lindner were quietly married at i : BANKERS i
b Press Asosciation will be held in the !
he borne of the bride at Chattanooga, I OCALA FLORIDA.
a e :city of Key West, and will be calledto i : .

'H 1 lEDGERS DAY BOOKS( .4 Teua.. on the eithteenth of Februaryand order by the president at 10 a. m., '

: are. now making their home at !'Thursday, March 7, 1907. : We have been in business nowt

Aiuhcny.ilrs. I: A business meeting of the association : know the |
4.. 9M + Leitner was before her mar-I I over ten years--long enough to
will be held aboard the boat Wednesday '

: : AND CASH BOOKS, po riage is Beautiful Mrs. Hattie and charming Slack Parsons young and wo-i I, en route to Key West. i' : needs of the public. It is our wish to be f

: .4. mail She has spent the past several i To make the trip it will be necessary -. of the
service in
to leave Jacksonville Tuesday. : to everyone community. |
GOT ) THE inters at Antho'l.nd it was there \1 :
March 5th, at 8:20 m. NNNN4 I
i:,ai she met Dr. Lindner. The young p. 44444444+4.444 4 Ne.

;roan ib: the son of Dr. C. W. Lindner i All the railroads have given the .-
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) II,and practice his profession at An-!!usual wit A courtesies for the for editor this occasion of newspaper to- j Wedding at the Maise. .. ....................
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111)nstollkp StOlt' tno:iy and since his graduation has I,
If I and one lady member of his immediate -i I -
) \\'ll be n quite successful. He has a large BIGGEST LINE
1ctice and is very popular in his, family (either mother, wife, :: A \ery quic-r' weddingas MM-UII-:

I sister or daughter.) Arrangementshave ized at he Presbyterian Manse on Forr
Motion of the county.
.4 been made with the Aragon King avenue at four o'clock Tuesday i OF
of the
'r aP many friends young !
H ,hotel, Jacksonville, for special rate afternoon, the Rev. W. H. Dodge: of i
Jle are now extending them con- t
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e.o464e.eee...0.4.eoo.eeNO N..40eo4NAO....44e4 gratulatons and best wishes.Dr. I for those who stop over in this ficia ling.

44.....44..44.4..444444444. :city going and returning.The The groom was Mr. Marion Baxh y.
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boat has been fixed at
Ayer to Wed Mrs. Stewart.Dr. : rate !
MISS SARA ELIZABCTH HARRIS. ; Mrs. J. J. Geris and baby spent Sunday ,,$5.50 for the round trip from Miami to Gertrude Hammond, a charming IWATftES}

Local Editor. with Mr. and Mrs. Arthur.V Har- Guy D. Ayer of Atlanta da., \Key West. Those who desire to take+ young Georgia woman who had bt-eb:

\ .- daker at Jlarte a !and Mrs. Louis Ragsdale Stewaruof I the trip to Havana can do so at $12.30 in Ocala several days prior to her mar

LOCAL AND PERSONA : I Dectur, will be married at the latter round trip from Key West. These riage. : r

Mr. S. E. Harris, of Citra, Fla., has place on the evening of April the tenth I prices are simply the charges for Mr. Baxley is a progressive young i FOR

I accepted s. position with the City ,in the Baptist church. meals and includes stateroom at sea. driven of Citrus county and is to be I

rbiHiHfl Montezuma had sixi. I II. Drug sfore.-Quincy Times. :Ir. H'ri i I There will also be sleeping car: congratulated on.; the bride that he
: This news will be received herewith Il
for Sunday.Mr. LADIES AND! GENTLEMAN( ( !
i. thrw people supper I ris is from Citra and his friends arEwishing i pleasurable interest by the Ocala I charge as follows from Jacksonvilleto has won.

him in his new home Mrand Mrs. Baxley will make their
success I friends of the groom. He is the old Miami: Lower birth, $3; upperbirth
aM :'tiN. Baford Leitner, cf Griwr Ii home at Hernando leaving for that ''tIt1F
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Ocala I est son of Mr. and Mrs. Alfred Ayer, I $2.50.Steamer
Kara, were shopping in
I Mr. C. V. Roberts and family, who ,of this city and was born and reared transportation will be fix p'ice today.

Heat ai'. II I have been spending the past three 1 at Lake Weir and has been a visitor !ed on the boat. The Ocala Banner extends its feli-

I weeks at Salt Springs returned home.to Ocala quite a number of times. He Florida East Coast railway sleeper I II citations to the happy young couple.
3c. aad Mrs. James Badger of Old II I I
!.Tuesday morning. They were perfectly was graduated from the Atlanta col :will be arranged for at the company's;
I.*B, *? at Tuesday in Ocala the The senate has passed the rivers:
!: charmed with that resort and en lege of medicine last summer and is i office in Jacksonville, but application
pats tit Mr. and }Irs. E. M. Howard. and harbors appropriation bill carrying -
joyed their outing immensely. associated with his cousin. Dr. Marion ::for reservation should be made to Mr.
a total of $$92.720,472. the THE JEWELER. '
i T. Benson in the practice of his Beckwith immediately.
$N. S. M. Thomas, of Tampa, is i committee amendments were agrt'f'd
tit of her sitter, Mrs. C. J. i Dr. W. H. Dodge pastor of the j profession, and they have teen.quite The citizens of Key West are making t.). ........NN.................
1MM extensive to entertain .
Isu'cessful. having built up a large preparations ,
Presbyterian church, filled his regular I ---- -
monthly appointment at Martel Sunday !practice in Atlanta. I the editors. i NNN*N.. NN.NNNNf4NN.NN.N.NNNN4 Ni

afternoon and preached a very ex : Dr. Ayer's friends in this city extend I The following is the program as arranged i I* t
of Cand- I
Jolla H. MatbcwB. cne to good sized I to him congratulations and best by Secretary Appleyard:
....'. pmafamt. citizens was trans- cellent sermon a congregation. I '.
I Wednesday March Business session !
'- w'shes. Hew Accounts
the capital I' Mrs. Mary Maddox accompanied Adding *
rttttaf: business at county I... her father to Martel. I ; on boat enroute to Key West.
I Tuesday. I March 7, 10 m.-Invocation '
I !1 What is thedifference between the formation I i *
T Rev. Dr. Harrison, of Key +
Mr. Albert Aaron Graham is doing : Capt. George Nash says that the of a trust for the purpose cf!!West. :| We
:'fixing prices in order to shut off competition ; j
a poi bariafM at his stand at the A. i members of the Ocala Rifles passed a Address of Welcome-On Behalf oi
and the agreement on a scted- acCounts
C. .... top He is alert and. like" !!most creditable muster and receive "I ule of prices for the same purpose''? Monroe county, Hen. W. Hunt Harris:: |! i iIi

delft Thompson, "atw ays on bland the plaudits of General Foster and Major response, T. Appleyard, Index Lake
'I Here are two ice companies we shall
Dapray. The Rifles are taking : a satisfactory rate. Possibly also
!|say combine for the purpose of fix City.On very you j
Mr. tad Mrs. Nathan Mayo and lit- great interest in military affairs :' i behalf of city, :Mayor: George L
and shutting out competiJtion. -
lc tnft, of Summerfleld. are visiting I in general and drills in particular and I ins .prices It is pronounced in violation of I,Babcock; response Mon. C. L. Bit !! | might be glad to join us. **e <$ *

*. Mayo parents. Dr. and Mrs. W. liS; one of the institutions of Ocala that ;linger Ocala Star, Ocala.On i*
,law because it is i in restraint of trade. I 1 +
its citizens hold in great esteem.Sir. of local Mr. Walter
V. II"WIOll.: ::Here are two ice companies that dc I press 1

!,not consolidate do not form a trust,, W. Thompson.
and his youngest of Martel, owing West-Response, Hon II ;
Mr. Prank gale John Brooks ,but agree upon a schedule of prices Citizen Key COMMERCIAL BANK i

daughter were ap from Stanton Tuesday I to his poor health, has sold out his j I What's the difference? It is all one tc iJ W. White, Fraternal Record Jack j .

to spend a few hours in town be- interests at that place. He will either ., shall :|sonville.
I the consumer. Here we say are
trees train .. move to Ocala or to south 'FlorIda !several insurance companies combine, I Adjournment for dinner. I| OCALA, PL?. J
future home. Mr. Such entertainment as local .
to make his ;' 2 m.- '
Mr. L. K. Edwards: of Irvine, and friends and acquaintances ., I|I and. form a trust, fix prices and stifle p. designate. I 1..........NNN.e4.6.... .........*+4.*; M....$.....
Brooks has many ,:!committee may
Summerfield, I ,competition. Here are other insur II I I __ __ -, ___ -__ _
"xr. Nathan Mayo of here, who regret to learn o1 ance companies that do not consoli.\ 8 p. m.-Literary program -'

were among the visitors to the city [his feebleness and trust,that a change.: :!date but agree upon a schedule of,, Address-The Immigration Question .:\ HOW TO TAME A HORSE. show:; and convince the horse or mile

\ Monday.Kvecybody. |I will help him to regain his strength,, .prices What's the difference to the.::, Mr. Edwin Brobston Jackson that you are his master and thai you

y\ in id i t !man who wants to insure his property .. I'''ville. I I i (By W. L. Ditto./ will not hurt him.
works but father" i the Weeeklj r
Mr. and Mrs. C. H. Perkins and Mr?. against destruction? Paper-The Mission of The plan is a perfect success when

t t (teal* Banner office and he works'I C. H. Perkins sr., of Providence, JL I. I I'I :\I Paper, Mr. W. B. Powell, Independent, / In the year 1S5G, and previous to rightly USed

only sixteen hours out of the twenty- who have beec spending several wei'ks; Mrs. Howard Gives a Charming LiitUi '. St. Petersburg. I that date, there lived in the city of i used it quite successfully with the

four. jiu Ocala guests of the Ocala Houseleft .. Afternoon Tea. j Paper-The Duty of the Editor it l ; Columbus Ohio two brothers, Jim animals of my plantation.It .
1:Reform Movements, Mr. Frank A. and Sara Barry, who kept a livery sta-
for St. Augustine yesterday where \ is easier to sacceeed with a wild
Dr. Moule had a long article in Sun- ". will stay for some time and then I Mrs. E. M. Howard was the graceful 'Walpole Record Manatee. i I ble. Jim was riding a horse one day and unbroken animal than with one

day's Times-Unkm on the. value of will extend their trip on down the east :' hostess at a charming little afternoon -! Paper-My Idea of a Modern Newspaper !''a-- (S8 a swampy place and the horse which has been spoiled.I .

the soap tree. It will yet add irnaeaaely coast stopping at all the principal i iI I.I tea Tuesday. Owing to the len-I Mr. R. 0. Davis, News, West I':bogged down and after struggling will take great pleasure in show

to the resources of Florida. \Flagler hotels. ;ten season the affair was very informal -'Palm Beach.PaperThe. ,I awhile he gave up and became quite ing this wonderful art to anyone in

TIM Lake City Index publishes the I| and only a few of.Mrs. Howard'smarried \ Press as an Educational j still. Jim said "If the horse will give terested.

fettowtac remarkable item: "A dray Mr. A. M. Goodwin, who has been I friends were asked to meet! Force Prof. A. M. C. Russell Argus UD to the mud by losing the use of

man raa over a policeman in Pensa- with the Martel Lumber Co., as book- i her guest Mrs. Teall, of Euclaire, Brooksville. his legs, why cannot I take the use
I I' All He Wanted.A .
cola last week and escaped unhurt.Mr. keeper for some time past has been : Newspaper Short Talk, Hon. J. M. of his legs away and conquer him?"
promoted and has gone to Standard to I Wis.Mrs.. Teall is a woman of charming I Caldwell, News, Jasper. So he went to work: and succeeded

H. D. Ba setset With the Brad- .take charge of the company's interests !'personality and has been a visitor to I Ii Friday, March 8, 10 a, m. Business -beycnd his utmost expectations just New York business man with the

I r lev Phospnate company and whose at that place. Mr. Goodwin is a very j Florida on several occasions, her husband -! session. by using two leather straps. interest in the South declares that

:i I headquarters are at Lakeland, was in pleasant and agreeable young man Judge Teall having owned a 1 Paper-Building Circulation, Hon. He afterwards travelled throughout the operation of railway trains in certain

Ocala Sunday and Monday. and is in every way deserving of the !beautiful orange grove at Auburndale I W. A. Russell News, Palatfcu Europe and plied the vocation of taming parts of that section frequently

who has been promotion he has won. ,for several years. The ladies who i ii Discussion. I horses and mules and was universally I exhibits an amusingly obliging disposition
Mr Robert \V. Flynn, Mr. the of that
were asked to meet Mrs. Teall were I Paper-County Correspondence, successful. on part employes

\ with the Marion Hardware company.the T. I i Ben Cody, who was tie head waiter i;delighted at the opportunity of being 0./C. Moore, Times.Courier.Iarianna.. I E In Russia, in the city of St. Peters- I,I is fully appreciated by the residents

for several 3(*". I* now with at the Ocala House in this city for ;;with her and Mrs. Howard in so pleasant Disussion. ;burg, he heard of a horse belonging'I along the line. And they do not hesitate -

W. 8mith hardware company. some years, is now the head waiter : a manner. Committee reports and miscellaneous to 'L<; Czar which no man could tame. i to take advantage of it, says; the

for the handsome new Varanda hotel The parlor and dining room were business. He had the people gather in a large I Harper's Weekly.

Mr. and Mrs. C. E. Herrick, cf Crys- at Brooksville and is well pleased very frangrant with vases of beautiful 2 p. m. Afternoon devoted to sight- !amphitheatre, many thousands in num- i On one occasion a New Yorker
:Mas- :
tal River and their guest, Miss with his new home. He keeps postedon roses from Mrs. Howard's and Mrs. ,seeing. 'ber, and had the horse placed in full I was a passenger on a train passing

lie Dnnlap of Gainesville, Ga., were the doings of Marion countythrough Clyatt's gardens and on the center of I: S p. m.-Literary program. \view of the multitude and told the I through the northern part of Georgia.

sjnona, the visitors in Ocala Tuesday. the celamns of the Ocala Ban- the serving table was a bowl of ex-! Paper-The Humorous Side of Literary "people that he would have the horse I The engineer bad from a distance ob-

Brooks former men ner.. ;quisite violets. Mrs. Weathers pour- Journalism From a Woman's under control in thirty minutes. In i served an old man: waving his arms
Mr. 'and) of Martel, wasu ;ed the tea and chocolate, which with II i Standpoint, Miss Mae Codrington.,'less time he had the animal quite!at a siding where the train was not

haDt; postmaster the guest of his Mr. T. D. Bryan and family left sandwiches cake, candies, etc., were ,News DeLaud.I I gentle and docile. Indeed he mounted!timed to stop.

(1t ala Tuesday. W. Clyatt. He may Sunday for Mulberry, where they will 'passed by Miss Hattie Dye Esther I Paper-The Florida Press Association him without saddle or bridle.In On bringing the train To a standstill

a..u. vUT. Mrs.Y. home. reside in the future. Mr. Bryan will: Weathers Edna Cushing and Sara Judge Philip Isaacs, Press, Fort the year ISuC Jim Barry appeared I the engineer enquired whether the old -

'uikf Ocala bis permanent embark in the turpentine business. in (i'Harris and in entertaining her guests:::yers. in the city of Baton Rouge, La., [gentleman wished to get aboard.

Mr M.-Rubin and Mr. Harry Stal- (that section. The many friends ne 3;.Mrs. Howard was assisted by Urs.JW. Paper-Woman's Place in Journal during the session of the legislature. "No," said the old fellow "I aint

both of whom are noW b thewrAyntlte I.,made in Ocala during his several I W. Ci'yatt and Mrs. James Badge?. 'ism, Mrs. Neva C. Child, Champion, I 'This scribe was then a member of travelin'; but I'd take it as a great

\t'rg, business at Dunnelton, ''years residence here hope that it will ''of Oldtown and this was one of the ,,Arcadia. i iI that body.) Barry proposed to us that ,kindness if you'd ask them passengersif ;

w.. to Ocala Tuesday on not be long before he will be ranking ;:most delightful of the smaller panics: : I I j Paper-The Newspaper Cartoonist,I for five dollars he would teach us any one can oblige me with change

laiatts..1jItors among our richest naval stores men. of the winter season. I Ii I W. E Straub, Times, St. Petersburg.. the art. His proposition was accepted. i;for a ten dollar bilL'

i II Witness to Return ta i 1 I I' Paper Newspaper Taffy, Miss Jefferson One hundred unbroken fine Ken- I II I .
i'r of-1 sir Park, The Baptist: Tallahassee. mules were in a lot nearby and By the publication of the pictur: of
'r 't R. L. Iartln, Ocala ; It is a source of general regret that I Bell, Sun, tucky I j I
I f '\ \ .biler from TeDD"- and Mr. John G. Ward is to retire from the'[ Paper-The Elements of Statesmanship I,were secured for testing the expeJ'iI I the beautiful mansion now un,!14. <">n5truction -

the ttt""S little girl, are spending a The Southern-Witness which was Pensacola News. Under his editorial Hon. Joseph H. Humphries, Journal -I I t ent. At noon each day, we met with !| the Tallahassee Sun wih no

tats vet in Ocala the guests of their printed in this city for several yearsas ;'direction the News has become one of, Bradentown. Jim Barry and one mule in a small I i doubt addincreased enthusiasm I
Eagleton and in Newspaper stable. He showed us two leather !among those who are aspiring for gu-
)1. afterward influential
Irs. J. the Baptist Witness and ? the most prominent and 1 i Paper
\t'1i. L. Journal: Pen-I and with them he proceededto ;bernatorial honors. The style of the j
Margaret Eagleton. 11 oved to Jacksonville and then to De- :newspapers in Florida. His retirement ;World, Frank Mayes straps
_-- ;: Ocala its i loss to, tame the animal. Generally in tenor I building is Ionic and it has twenty- 1.;
and isacola.
withI" Laadill be moved back to a distinct a very great ; \
8.Gb: l who has been and the he had the mule 'four heavy columns around the por I
. some time in March and will be printed |the editorial fraternity. His utter Paper-The Claw Hammer twenty; minutes I

...l r he t.&pot Grocer for the past first thre\efL by the Star of5ce. ReF.. E. Ed- ones were always on timely subjects Spike Tail Coat in Journalism, Mr. E. I'perfectly tame and docile so he could ico; and the broad galleries extend

will l'aon the Simon Pure) Painter, AgriculturaliST. mount and remount the same without around three sides of the mansion. It
hs: wards editor of the Witness, and Rev.JL. were written with care and deliberation -0. (
arct'pted a position I will cost in the neighborhood! of twen-
'. lie> hu and succiatly Jacksonville.I [saddle or bridle. These experiments
. \ .n His D. Geiger were in the city Monday : were clearly I '
, ,!! .'b Messrs. Ferguson & Usher. & and with Rev. C. C. Carroll were busy stated and always attracted attention j continued every day for six weeks ty-four thousand dollars and an additional
& with Iessrs A. Brown I I A big supply of sealing wax and 'when we were graduated in the arL appropriation will have to be
them. We
for Its removal carried weight with
!if rdatloni the arrangements 'land "
and he making i corks for sealing syrup bottles and
, been most pleasant The main thing to be learned is to made for its furnishings.
Bro have to this city. sincerely regret his ,jars. Tydings & Co. x
peakl well of this firm. I

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I the season from Miami was shipped -: ----

By Gosh! Special cor Ocala Banner from that point last week by Jau- I How He "Touched Flesh" With a
What is
Special cor. Ocaia Banner: Going on In the Land of
G. Wash., The forest fires have destroyed I Hobo.
fruit Le
don Bros. The is reported to
Mr. Barton Keep is in Thomasville, the Grapefruit and the Pine.J. i ,
We wish that you could be large quantities of fences and timber.Mr. :in excellent condition.
Ga., where he went to visit Mr. Oliver
Right here today to see J. S. Weathers a few days ago j It is stated that there is over 40)
Keep, who is, one of the firm of the E. Jones i is a prosperous trucker I j Mr. John B. Floyd played the ruin
The nation that you planted. was driving on a narrow road which 'acres in pines and tomatoes this sea I
Keep Shirt Factory in Xew York. at Terra Seia.R. 'I of policeman yasterday afternoon with
Say! had a wire fence on one side of it and ,son at Pompano. Things are booming
Mr. Will Hopkins has a nephew living H. Emerson is snipping straw- I (a zeal that proves that he missed hu
That way obstructions on the other. He discovered .in this little burg and the largest pine
with-him now. His home has beenin berries from Hastings. vocation by not going on the force
It sprouted a forest fire being rapidly driven crop on record is looked for. I
Tallahassee, but after spending a Simmons Bros., of Estero tare two He was summoned to the home of
Grew and bloomed upon him by the wind. He deliberateda i Planting watermelons at Senner for ,
year or so in this part of the countrytwo acres of very fine beans. I Mrs. A. L. Hunt by one of the chib-;r..
And now bears fruit, moment, when the wind cleared he shipping was such a success last
years ago, he says he would rather Strawberries ai-e being shipped from I ren who told him a drunken man
May be assumedTo attempted to pass, but when opposite ,year that quite a number are puttingin
live here than place else. Galloway. I had taken possession of the house'Mr.
any {
be about the finest show the fire, the wind changed again bringing heavy acreages this season and the
Mrs. Castelle has just returned Many Orange Springs growers are Floyd learned that the intruder
Of anything the earth can srow. the fire upon him. The horse i recent rains were hailed with joy by
home after a short visit to her mother planting their Irish potatoes.E. :marched through the front pan of ch.-
Painted in blood and battle, turned towards the wire fence and :them.
at Island Grove. D. Chambers has three acres of I house to the rear wall. On entering
Privation and cold and distress, placed his head against it: Mr. Weathers i The most successful lettuce growers
Mr. F. G. Sampson, is having all of tomatoes and one of beans. the kitchen Mr. Floyd found a bun,
And poverty, pulled his head from it, yelled to 'at Sparr this season are S. D. Souter, ,
his tenant houses thoroughly repair B. F. Hull, of Jensen, has thirty- white hobo, who was under the mfl'
Ragged and wretched, him to go on and applied the whip :i Ed. Meadows, J. Lovell and the Misses:
ed. five acres in beans which he is readyto ence gf liquor and in an ugl moou
And well nigh hopelessness.You vigorously He gOt out with a badly !Owens. The output this season has
Mr. Wills' parents and sister have ship. He seized the man and ordered hu-
stood by it, "singed horse, and one hand, arm and I I :been \'ersmall on account of. the exceeding -
Resolute, Faithful side badly blistered. I II returned to their home in Kentucky.Mr. I Green beans are being shipped by t drouth.Considerable- Ito, leave the place at once. Ins tt ai! ..'

You watched it first 1 and Mrs Gist have several A. Hoffman, of Delray, who has the complying with the order, the raM.iiindulged '
come to light; The first quarterly conference of !! interest is being taken L

When the weak little plant hesitated I the Martel circuit was held at Martel. !friends from Baltimore visiting them acres. 'tin trucking at Oconee. One grower in some profane tonsiia-ir

this week. At P. Penderson is about and aSKed Mr. ,
Delray Floyd what he hall! i
Half way 'twist day and nigh' 22. Rev. Francis R.
February: Brodges, has-planted twenty acres in watermelons -
That was the time when we needed P. E. in the chair. There are now four 'I II Mrs. Williams, of Georgia, left today ready to begin shipping from his acres and another has a ten-acre crop do with the house. The latter vaiint-,!

A who had force and for her home after a most delightful ,of tyeans. the hobo in the hall and whn iti-
man grit, I regular appointments represented. ,! of cucumbers ready to bloom. Still another -
And today it is fairly conceded visit to her friends. Mrs. Siebert ;, Oranges and vegetables ire being ,; latter attempted to use his hM Mi
The P. E. was at his best. Finances ; i has three acres in celery ready
and Mrs. Walker, Mclntosh... shipped in large quantities from Co- his ,. '
That the who it. : Floyd gave arm a jiu-jitsu I'* -
you were one was coming up nicely. The session was ;for market, which he says cannot be 'I'
Fires are breaking out frequently that effective in (rt
And now can'tFind very was subduing; >
you spiritual and harmonious. The assessment coa.G. !beaten anywhere.-New York Produce,
such a plant for the support of the preacher : in the roads and oftimes in J. Johnson is growing some very ,News. I prisoner. The captive was mah I <

In all the girthOf II in charge was raised from $GOO to |some of th.. targe groves and pas-j i fine cabbage on his hammock land lout to the street and then !" I --
the big round earth. $S00 and will be paid. !tures. Some-limes the sparks are i,near Abbott.J. '! Saved Her Son's Life. I Bridge street by Mr. Flovd, TW

-- I blown from passin trains and at oih- G. May, of Fort Pierce, has SOO .V
Oh, we are the biggest ever Rev. Dr. Dodge filled the pulpit at'I II' prisoner finally stopped, and'a'- I r:

Tie I'.nion: that nothing can sever, Martel Sunday afternoon to an appre- er times a piece of lighted cigar or baskets of string beans which are The happiest mother in the little i I duced to move only when the jiu JI' "

ashes from pipes being emptied ready to be moved. town of \Ya, Mo.. is Mrs. S. Ruppee.She '
A peach! on a cherry tree. ch tin congregation.With i among : tactics were again brought into pit
writes: "One ,
the dry leaves and trash often Higel. of Venice, has some year ago my son .. I
start Ralph
Ge.. whiz! the deliberative and sweet ; : was down with such serious lung He was finally turned over to Offi '

G. Wash.. spirited Outland thelogical Dodge and ; them. I very fine Bermuda onions as well as ;trouble that our physician was unable Adams and lodged In jaft-Si, \"i, .j

You are the everlasting;: kibo..hntl magnetic Carroll preaching the good I II some extra. large cabbage. : to help him: when by our druggist's astineRecord. 1I

Cause of Stomach Troubles. : C. B. Foster is shipping some very advice, I began giving him Dr.King's I
February gospel at Martel Sunday after Sunday,
I I Xew Discovery, and I
When a man has trouble with his II ; soon noticed Hon.
fine oranges from Caloosa.! Frank Clark has intrudMa! !
Is a glory day because of you. should the Holy Spirit not come down stomach know that he is eat I improvement. I kept this treatment -
you may
for I About the middle of March Nora ; for -few weeks when he resolution in congress request.nx: the j
Hooray George upon them with converting power it I ing more than he should or of some up a

We're mighty glad will not be from the lack of soul stirring article of food or drink not suited to Lang, of Esmeralda, will begin shipping i was perfectly well. He has worked" aaorney general to furnish th. t..,'.-" i i

That nothing but Us I his age or occupation, or that his I cabbage, beans and cukes. steadily since at carpenter work. Dr.King's of representatives as to !how nPr" i 1
bowels are habitually constipated. Strawberries are claiming the attention Xew Discovery saved his life. money the department of
: ju.n '
Can call Dad, 'I' I i.j- ] (
you John II. Brooks, who has been merchant Chamberlain's Stomach and Liver Guaranteed best cough and cold cure

See : and postmaster among us for Tablets to regulate the bowels and I of L. R. Lyles, of Griffin. He has by Tydings & Co., druggists. 50cts.and expended ferreting out the pfooag- f.

-\\'. J. Lampion in New York Wolrd. raipv years, and who. has been universally -I improve the digestion and see if the one and one quarter acres. 100. Trial bottle free. m feesin Florida and whether i 1. a i

beloved by everybody has sold trouble does not disappear. Ask for I H. B. Hudson, of Clay Hill, has quitean Quackenboss: is employed b:
free sample. Sold by all druggists extensive strawberry patch but SHOOTING AT KISSIMM=E. ernmeat; also why the feder.,1. I'i "., 1 "I
HOMOSASSA ITEMS OF INTEREST. his mercantile and real estate interests Tetter, Salt Rheum and Eczema. I I I
has not commenced to pick yet. keys of Florida able ,
are not to t.'
to R. W. Clark. Feeble health These are diseases fo, whichChamberlain's
F. S. Chesboro, of Deerfield, is lining ..John Hughes: Kills Irving Simpson after the .
government iat
induce him sell. Salve is especially val *re+t. I') i'II' j
to He is undecidedas
Special cor. Ocala Banner.
uable. It quickly allays the itchingand up his accounts preparatory to With Load of Buckshot. state.! .,i
Admiral J. K. Cogswell, wife and to his future movements. The t
smating and soon effects a cure. shipping his tomatoes during March.C. t
daughter are among the prominent good will of our people! will follow Price 25 cents. For sale by all druggists
., Irving Simpson, well known
Pink of Cairo, III., has a fine a young How to Remain .
people located permanently at the him and his estimable! family wherever m ,
!man of Kissimmee shot and almost
j orange grove near Lake Conway, was

Rendezvous. At the close of the they go. Riddles. which he says is in a very thrifty con .. instantly killed by John Hughes, continue yuun in health ant 'J ,

Spanish -American trouble Admiral The G. & G. railway seems to be on dition. :a one-armed fiisherman about G p. strength do as Mrs. X. F. Brown. Mr i

Cogswell was placed as inspector of the onward move. They have pitched What is the difference between one Strawberries are on the market at Saturday.The m"1 lDonohugh, Ga., did. She says 'T..> ,

the 1st lighthouse station. He is now yard and two yards bottles of Electric Bitters cured me of 1 ;
tragedy occurred the
plated some A fence. Bowling Green, but the supply is"ery on city chronic liver and stomach I trouble f
after enireof
retired a forty-two short, owing to the long drouth. :dock and Hughes fired a load of buck complicated with such an unheal'lu 1 ,
How do know that Noah had
velopments may be made at an early we
;ears. Peach trees at Bowling Green are :shot at close range, which struck'i condition of the blood that medt: ; [

Mr. C. W. Wilcox, the inventor, and ctate.. pig in the Ark? showing a very heavy bloom and the Simpson in the face and head. turned I red as ttaanel. I am now 1 !
Henry Bates and Miss Belle Batesare Because he had Ham. practically twentyyears 'has
Miss Kate
his sister[ A. Wilcox are at younger
record is looked for.I. Hughes claims that Simpson had
largest crop on before I
the Rendezvous. Mr. Wilcox relates confined to their beds with a stub- When is money damp'When I took Electric Bitters I can: I II
R. Funk made the first large ship- ;i been drinking and tried to shoot him now do all nij work with ease and assist I
it is due in the and
interesting stories of his visit t>(ji (, attack of grippe.Of morning I
many with Winchester rifle in m my husband's ."
ment of grapefruit from Boynton. It. a fact, had stort. (iuaral1I

to Homosassa thirty-two years ago. missed at night. consisted of thirty-six boxes of fancy ;I fired two shots at him before he returned I teed at Tydings; & Co.. drug !"I't t
' What is the cheapest way to buy a i Price ii 1)
Mr. and wife Interest to Women cents.
Joseph Downey are fruit. the fire with a shot gun. r j J
Every woman naturally! should be fiddle ;
the late arrivals.
among healthy and strong but a great many A meeting vegetable growers and I At the coroner's jury held Sunday Cruel
little medicine and
visits Homosassa each Buy a get a Doves-The Dove u ;
Mr. Downey women unfortunately are not, owing shippers was held at Palmetto Satur, morning the jury declared that I
He the best fishing and to the unnatural conditions of the I vial in.How. the Bird of Peace. t tj
season. says day to discuss maters: of interest.All i Hughes was justified in the act and ,
is found at his lives we lead. Headache, backacheand may bookkeeping be taught in f
in the state I
hunting he released. 1
and fruit at was j
the general tired condition is -I lesson of three words I I veegtable crops ,
prevalent a You
and surroundings may it i
climate is perfect say is link
place, among women of today andto Never lend them. Lemon City are looking well now and I The funeral of the deceased was a thtu ; ,,\ i

all that can be desired. Mr. relieve these conditions women I I many of the growers are expecting to I held today at Z p. m., and the body I arouse the sympathies, aDd P. f'li :-1 :

Downey has been a guest of Capt. W. rush to a druggist for a bottle of some Why are records brittle things was followed to the by it i Is, but to the writer it looks t : t
I ship soon. grave a large
prepared preparation supposed to be Because they cannot be lowered j to shoot birds '
for four seasons. and
L. l.owry I I Carl Snyder, of Jensen, has been in i concourse of citzens. I wound then, ,I"
particularly for them and containing without them.
breaking for the -i:
Mrs. S. 1-:. Hendry and daughter. the ground with i sake of kiltie* song HI. ;
nobody knows what. If thewould Pompano looking over
When did first
Miss Pearl, made a stay of two monthsat just get a bottle of Brandreth's Pills take George Washington a view of puting up a packing house : Chamberlain's Cough Remedy is Both I; The dove especially, which ,I" ? ,

tho Rendezvous. and take them regularly every night a carriage there. Agreeable and Effective. for beta; harmless and whir!: ". I

Dr. Biggs and party recently enjoyed for a time. all their trouble would disappear When he took a hack at the cherry r Ices than any other .
Co.. bird to .1
The Waters & Carson Grocery [Ilr .
a pleasant visit at the Rendezvous. as these pills regulate the or- I Chamberlain's Cough Remedy has itself, seems to be .
tree.What ; the -, ;
Kissimmee has packed nearly 10,- speeia'of t
gans of the feminine system. The at ,
is the difference between no equal for coughs. colds
The doctor came in contact and croup, I man who is J ,
: same dose always has the same effect, and ; its o Iy r.
I forms and ceremonies'? I I 000 boxes of oranges grapefruit and the fact that it i ii pleasant to enemy "

with a wildcat and has located big no matter how long they are used. this season. :take: and contains nothing in any: way the only bird which will 1)1' ,'. ',' I
game. Dr. Bugs, accompanied by Mr. Brandreth's Pills have been in use I You sit upon one and stand on the I, injurious has made it I other birds and
Despite the cool weather at Alva a with a bird bat n" ? ;,' 1
for over a century and are sold in every I other. I ;mothers Mr. W. S. bird
have engaged
Chandler, of Xew York, Pelham, a merchant harms. The j
1 1I
I drug and medicine store, either i reanw of the orange groves are showing j egfs of ai i! ;
kiss other and of Kirksville ,
do each
accommodations for another season I Why girls i la says: "For birds are '
plain or sugar-coated. men not? : a good bloom and heavy shipments I i more than twenty years: Chamber colored to pro;t>I"- I'i
Homosassa headquarters. 1 1I
and will make :,are being made daily. j!ain's Cough Remedy has been my the marauding birds L, IE r
will erect a boathouse. !I Because girls cave nothing better to I of the
leading remedy for all j
troubles. are ,
C. B. Stevens, of Lemon City, received spotIeiMIy wlu II,'
)lr. Chandler willl bring his yacht George Whipple, of Leesburg, was I kiss and men have. I'I'I good returns from his beans i It: is especially successful in cases of laid in tbe open aad left un..I, r. ':
him. This Why were the brokers in the panic croup. Children like it and and
launch and other boats in town on Thur da}. my and no bird
!and he is going to plant another acre customers who have ever molest tbforl '
; used it
will spend the time hunting and Charles Carter of I of 1S73 like Pharoah's daughter"t j jI will not the bird
Hudson is visiting
party i of
: take other. For sale peace the t?
in the 'h41
I They saved a little profit from the! same crop. any by all drug- bird Jed

fishins big game. at his uncle's, S. D. Carter.A !t.I rushes the banks.Do : Oranges are nearly all shipped j ;ists. m I as maws der Ilk ".-..*\... ... f
Dr Howell and party: will return in merry party from Lake Weir Villa on 'ra the
bird t
from Eau Collie and at generally fair ; which the CTrars- '
NV v ember and will spend their timer enjoyed a ride on the lake on Thurs- We can't say, that )lr. Richard Bar 'I"'ed tobird serve l
Not Crowd the Season. : prices. The number of boxes was as His _, iui.,.

all shooting.Mr. day in Captain Bartlett's launch and i The first warm days of spring bring ':much in excess of last season. ry, the liar in the Cosmopolitan Magazine the which oal1 m.. wm t-, I

H. B.. Dutton Mr. Harry Dutton on Friday a picnic at Mud pond. i with them a desire to get out and enjoy is much worse than any other Call it sentiment
Richard Sparrow, William Beaver If ', l
you w II : "
and friends leave for Pinehurst Rev. McKinly, of Candler, preached the exhilirating air and sunshine. liar but in the March number that influence of this "
I Children that have been housed up ,and F. W. M. Baker have purchased writer wllI\t'\ a'. _"
Thursday after a very delightful season to a good sized audience on Sunday publication he comes pretty close to for the
all winter are brought out and you ;twenty acres of land near Sanford, protection of tie bV:: ,ir

;; here. ening. wonder where they all come from. which they are preparing to plant to reaching "the limit" allowed to liars Iesrecially the e.JUiag, t.anajt' .t

Mr. and Mrs. Will Wright of Chicago Edward B. Killam recently returned The heavy winter clothing is thrown ,tomatoes and celery. and lying as to .'Peonage in Florida" I'le d.-Bruwn..oud

are being entertained by Mr. and from Alabama, where he was called aside and many shed their flannels. : -Floridian. Un. tTPaswA ,
Then a cold wave comes and peoplesay C. B. Hall & Co.. of Sebastin, shipp-
Mrs. R. S. Udree. upon the death ofhis aunt Mrs. Row-
that grippe is epidemic. Colds at !i ed some fine beans a few days ago.grown ,
Dr. John Wyeih and wife of XewYork elL Worked Like a Charm.Mr. i lUtor
season are even more dangerous: on their Klondike grove. They Bailey bu sprung 0Df"lJa-
recently spent a few days at Messrs. E. J. and 1B.. Boyle, Mrs than in midwinter as there is much D. X Walker editor of ing new on the
expect to be sending out heavy shipments that world-mlxlaa .ea"
the Rendezvous. Boyle and Miss McLaughlin left on more danger of pneumonia. Take'Chamberlain's 't spicy journal, the Enterprise Louisa and duetJ. The "old
:i this week. tlme-rl'
Many people are booked for this Monday for Cuba. Cough Remedy, how- Va. says: "I ran a nail in my foot did Beret
ever, and you will have nothing to Cold weather retarded strawberry i, last week and at Si They al"1.: an ;ur.j
laooth (March) from the western and Miss Annie Wade, of Ocala is visiting once applied Bucklen's their ,
fear. It always cures, and we have with .
shipments from Starke. but as the Salve. Xo Inflammation followed a great deal.r. c '
New England states. Miss Nita Carter. never known a cold to result in pneu- the salve 01''n
weather is warmer now the berries : simply healed the -,
Mr. H. Patter, of Atlanta, and par Mr. C. A. Milieu and guests save a ] monia when it was used. It is pleas- wound." Heals: every sore, burn and !, The natal -- -
ant and safe to take. Children like it. are ripening rapidly and shipping is appropriation bin cib'h
at the Rendezvous. itttle oa Saturday evening. I"r | skin disease. Guaranteed at Tydiags' 11100 :
ty. are party For sale by all druggists m being resumed. :lIng ,:::,so'. hu b '
& Co., druggists.: 25 Ct>:1tj. m the P&iW't l'

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t UilftS SARA ELIZABETH HARRIS. !i, A BRILLIANT WEDDING.Miss !jed' and during the evening chicken i . 'L. . . . . . . .
;coun-ty's i :I salad, coffee, ets., was served buffet V,
Local Editor. i Ocala yesterday and says the shooting Marguerite Howell Tyson String i!lstvle.I .

nearly was fairly i er and Dr. Van Gwinn MarriedIn I
__ ; season now j In cutting the bride's cake both
d good. The time limit for shooting I Brooksville. |ring and the dime were found by
LOCAL AND PERSONAL deer expired February 1st; the quail I i Almeria Turman and the thimble I

'. :!shooting expires March 1st; the duck 'I On Wednesday evening, Februarythe i Miss Long and the bride's .
I Mr.. Robert Munroc Is ataning hire : extends until April 1st.
I season over twentieth there occurred in the i was caught oy Miss Harris. + .
M chicken tarn at the HiHcrest farm. :I pretty little city of Brooksville, a i i At nine o'clock Dr. and ) '

I Mr. M. Fishel, who has been to New ,i wedding of more than usual interest ;|Gwinn drove to Croom going I '
' IIJtoup reacts ia now an Ocala fad York buying his new spring and sum- j not only to the people of Brooksvillebut [thence to St. Augustine and on : :

and a mighty good fad it is, too. 'mer goods, has returned. He has purchased j I to the entire state as both the !the East Coast. They will spend

a nice selection which will recommend ;!bride and groom are well known in i(couple of weeks in Cuba and later l ,,
eschews tbo llow journal. themselves; the customers.Mr. I ,
Florida ; to various sections of Florida. go to West Virginia to'isit
H.?r tattle runs tot alto except occas- Fishel is one of our old merchantsand I The bride was Miss Marguerite ![Gwinn's old home and later will

.tuaaUv tu pink. i we tope will have a nice trade. ;Howell Tyson Stringer, the only : several weeks in New York city, i .f
i daughter of Mrs. Sheldon Stringer, ter which they will return to :
Mr. Freak Dupuis of Fairfield wata Mr. J. B. Cappleman, one of our I and the late Dr. Stringer, who was vine I : I
Ocala Saturday with a fine lot o':' prosperous farmers and an old patron ,I :I
one of the best known and most prom- The bride's going away gown
kekeaa. Ir+? the Ocala Banner, was a pleasant j inent physicians in the state. She is ra handsome blue chiffon I f

see btflweekly leaner yesterday and left on our table jseveral I also a niece of Judge and Mrs. J. B. :coat suit with a blouse and hat ,..:a
If you want one of the heads of fine lettuce as a token
in theSlates !j Wall, of Tampa, and of the late Dr. I match. I
newspapers printed of his appreciation and good will. :
a of the Ocala I 'H. T. Lykes, of Tampa. On both sides i The out of town guests at the
l'aitad get copy
The lettuce succulent and ten- I
; was ." of her family she is descended from I riage of :Miss Stringer and Dr. (

,aer. ,some of the most influential and old- were Judge and Mrs. J. B. Wall,
been I II I est citizens of the state.: Douglass Conoly Mr. H. T.
Rev. Mr. McDaniel who has I
Fertilizer Trade with Japan. j j The Dr. Van Henry Gwinn, .1
foMMiHctiftc the Baptist revival luis returned groom Miss Stella Long, Miss Almeria
Official figures show that for the ,!is a member of a large and prominent I
to his homo at Macon, ;: a. man, Dr. Sheldon Stringer and I
first six months ol l&OC, Japan imported |Wet! Virginia family but has made John Wall of Tampa; Mr. F. E. I
4 Mr. J. ;t Priggers and daughter, ofLake fertilizers: to the value of ,49S'-1 j Florida his home for dome years, of Cuba and Miss Sara Harris
Weir. were in the city Friday 000 compared to importations for the ]I spending most cf that time in Brooks- Ocala. i
ou H abopplng tour. entire year of 190: of only $C,5SO,000. |i ripe, but for several years he was the i iI
I Mrs. Conoly wore a beautiful :
Japan is the largest purchaser ofj in charge of the insane
physician asylum
silk with and
gown pink roses
The Seaboard Air Line otters the American packing house tankage. at Chattahoochee.The I II / : I
I bride's mother and aunt, Mrs.
the Jamestown 1I I of Miss and
moi :attractive route to wedding Stringer
1 and Mrs. Wall
I t
EypoiKion. rates for which will Mr. W. A. lounge or Ocklawaha i,Dr. Gwinn was solemnized at eight I I
black chene.A
I gowned in crepe de :
lie announced within a few days.I. one of the most successful truckers in j:o'clock at the home of the brides' ,,
the county, was among the visitors in i I mother, which is located on the crestof I
Horn & Co.. are still buying more the city Friday and arranged for f.ftytwo \; one or the many hills that make up !
turpentine land. They recently purchased visits of the best weekly newspaper !; this attractive place. Dr. Carter, rec- ING HIS MARK.
I a nice tract from Capt. Crib- in Florida. He says that the extreme i tor of the Episcopal church at Tallahassee I II I 1T. i c t

; Mi, of St. Petersburg. dry weather is beginning to performed the ceremony. Miss Mr. W. W. Condon Is one of
make itself felt among the truck Stringer had as her maid of honor most active and enterprising 'I .
I ia advancing in price I
t 1 everything growers of his section. lur cousin, little Miss Almeria Ly men in Ocala. He is not :
except subscriptions to newspapers. of kind bridesmaids his horn from : \
1 kes Turman, Tampa, ti.+ : trumpeting own
They are the cheapest things on themarket. Miss Sara Harris, the brilliant and were Miss Christian Cook, ofBrooHsville housetops, but he is doing : \
The Weekly Banner is more !r can <
I' ,accomplished daughter of Editor Harris : Miss Stella Long. cf Tampa the same.
twice the size and the same in ; bad \
ban : of the Ocala Banner, has been !! and Miss Sara Harris, of Ocala. Besides being teh uptown i knew
priceMr t spending this week in BrooksvilU the j jguest J i Dr. Gwinn was attended by his brother agent for the Seaboard Air Line 'I <
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:1 Arthur Hardaker. of the Manel of Miss Margarite Stringer She (i: Mr. W. W. Gwinn, of Huntington way, he is manager and sole '
is happy. The A. is one of the most gifted lady writers ]: W.'a.., as best man and the of the Ocala Music Co., which the \
f l:1b\'I': ) company has contracted on the Florida press, bringing credit j I:.groomsmen were the bride's brother dealing in all sorts of musical <
f'r to the mill a stated number and honor to her home city of Ocala. Dr. Sheldon Stringer. of Tampa, and ment, carries a full line of cut I - -
of cars monthly. Mr. Hardaker P.rooksville Argus. : her colusins, Mr. Howell Tyson Ly jewelry: silverware and : I | I have
:kes, of Tampa and Mr. Frederick Eugene !:;oods. mach
1 and out.
put up a fin class fight won :
i Rev. J. A. Hopkins pastor of the ,, Lykes, of Havana, Cuba. I But the biggest business he is

Mr Walter Moody,,from Macon.Ga.. a j i j j I new colored Baptist church on Exposition Just before the ceremony Mrs. :aging: is the Florida Plumbing public it

, a position with the Anti-Monopoly: !Banner's new subscribers. He comes the bride, sang in an exquisite manner he purchased his partner's .
)rug Store and will have charge of I to Ocala from Atlanta and since his : "0, Promise Me." Immediately ;this company: and is now sole llill

the Mxla foucdaln and ice cream de- J Jpanmt'nt. coming has succeeded in establishinga following her sons; Mrs. J. J. Bell tor.
I free reading room over Messrs. J. ;played the Mendelsshon wedding !; Tht Florida Plumbing and that
i A. Pittman & Son's furniture store. !:march to the strains of which the bridal -I company is head over heels in in

Colonel Van Buren Van Xess, of InjterneB. His main purpose in establishing it : party came down the stairs in the and besides numerous jobs done ."ready
was among Ocala's visitors I to help keep the colored youth off ,the :following; order: Dr. Stringer with being done in private houses, it :

yesterday Having recently won a streets and put them under better ; Miss Cook; Mr. H. T. L>kcs with :Miss just completed the work in its C&L I ___

big case against the Atlantic CoastLine and more mora! surroundings Lung; Mr. F. E. Ljkes with Miss Harris -the Delouest building, one of the CO.1"I I

he is now in litigation with a ; ; following them came the dainty buildings in this city, and this I II
HiJa Mg phosphate company. Messrs. R. S. Hall, S. A. Rawls, Emmett i!!Mule maid of honor alone. She wore a pronounced elegant.It I
i I Robinson George W. Martin and pretty little white lingerie frock witha has also put in a fine lot of : :: _,

Mr. J. U. Rodes, who operates two :C. It. Bittinger returned yesterdayfrom !1 pink flowered sash and hair ribbons fixtures for the Rheinauer store;
turpentine establishments between I Jacksonville where they attended to match and carried an armful of doing the electrical work on the

Ocala and Dimnellon, was in Ocala the meeting of the state board of I pink l-ridesmaind's roses. Miss Stringer residence of Mr. D. S. Woodrow,

and paid this office a friendly visit trade. Special efforts were directedin came down the stairs with her older -.1 will be one of Oe la's

yesterday and enrolled his name the matter of formulating methods brother, Mr. Frederic l..; kes homes.i I It has also the

" among our increasing list of subscriber \.I for obtaining suitable immigration to :Stringer, who gave her away. plumbing contracts of several
the state and what is supposed to bean The parlor and dining room had,, I private residences that are either I \
excellent plan was formulated. We been i crowded into oae large room by der construction or under

Mr. (J. P. Parramore a prominent shall say more about it in future is : tae u
farmer of Eureka, was shopping in sues. If the organization accomplishes I had been very beautifully and tastei -. MacKay.But .
Ocala yesterday, and incidentally called nothing else it will have accomplished i fully decorated, pink and white being! the biggest contract it
at our offlce and said he could not an excellent work. ,the color motif. White satin ribbons hand is the electrical work for

do without the Ocala Banner any jon ropes of graceful bamboo were, new court house, and, as it
longer and added his name to our increasing The friends of :Mr. Lucien Ifubbard. !draped from the corners of the rooms the whole people of the county, I
list. It makes us feel real who recently went to Arizona and I and caught over the doors in an artistic .. firm is taking especial pains
proud! staked out a mining claim, will be ;i ,,':1)-. Suspended from the arch oi f: as it will serve as a splendid
I glad to learn that he had the good for- ;the door was a crescent of white roses ment.

Mr. Converse is making some very tune to strike copper and we hope has and orange blossoms with white ribbon Mr. Condon is a'"native and to
Improvements on the old struck it rich. How extensive the I streamers the bride and groom I manner born" and has truly been i

.noticeable place: now If he wants lead is has yet to be ascertained, buta ;standing under this pretty conceit: "architect of his own fortune" I

convey a boon on his neighbors, one prospector who staked out a claim I while their marriage vows were plighted. congratulate him upon his ma

that'm appreciated most hi"s'- near Mr. Hubbard's about a year ago success. : a

he cau du so by deadening the so"-v> I is now wearing diamonds and is Th'e mantels of the two rooms were t
i if his planing mill. We hope that hE'1 riding in an automobile. We shall not i banked with pink japonicas and pini A Mercantile Silver j

Rill do thls.1saterday lat I all be surprised if Mr. Hubbard ;roses and vases of pink roses were -
firm of Chas. Rheinauer & \
down in about the and their fragrance The
i j comes to see us a :year ;placed about rooms :
was an ideal day. If it jl in his private car. As fortunate things : and beauty gave added nore_oi celebrated their twenty-fifth I
,11lit"\ "" sent in response to a spec- have happened.Will :beauty to the home. Isary Saturday and the shining Ii i ,
.il petltioB it could not have been I I I The bride, who is always a charming lIes that found their way to their ;

'uiTt delightful. To have an inter- Present the Claims of Marion to !young woman, was at her best on the testify to the popularity that they
t -i in the whole of out-of-doors inI 1 Homeseekers. evening of her marriage. She wore a made for themselves in this j
Fl.'rid.i and to breathe its soft and :I handsome gown of white caessaline I Twenty-five years is a long j I

i nil" rate atmosphere, bask- in its I Messrs. T. K. Bates and J. A. Leslie, :silk very simply and beautifully fash 'during this period this firm has !I ::

unshine, and bathe in its vivifying of Portsmouth, Va., representing the ;i ioned. The. yoke was of princess lace many changes but all the time ) -
,\ Ot'f! is a privilege great in itself. industrial department of the SeaboardAir ,and the long trained skirt was finished I stood well to the front and is II I II
\ Line railway, were in Ocala Friday : with folds of goods bordered with I cognized as the largest dry
who has been will remain in I house in this section of Florida. I II j :
L Mi Hex and our city !(French dots. Her wedding veil of tulle I II Itt
,. t'11 a rcbaing tour for some weeks about a week. They are here for the was gracefully arranged with real I The financial storm that came
r :\ 'w York for the extensive house purpose of collecting data about Marion oraange blossoms and her bouqueT I its wreckage on the shore I

( fha Kbelnauer & Co., is home county which they will print in a was:: brides roses and valley lime i .'s indentures upon this firm,
.tgau( The ladies will be especially: pamphlet and distribute to homeseek- I' The bridesmaids were: all gowned !in. quickly righted itself and is

lklblut'd with his selections because ers visiting the Jamestown Exposi i|white chiffon over taffeta and tht.'- magnificent shape, and does a
they are the latest creations of thetk'ft'UtMlt tion. The pamphlet will be handsomely farm[ bouquets were pink bridesmaids ness: that would be credit to any 5'

markets of the world illustrated and will contain a great I roses. During the ceremony the at- This has been done by hard
deal of statistical and other interest- ''tendants formed a semi-circle around and the exercise of sound
k Mr Thomas Wilson, of Charleston, ing information and will present Marion i'the brida! and groom and the pretty and this year they enter upon

S C. who owns a large body of timber county with her best foot foremost ';bridesmaids and their handsome es-, second quarter cf a century of. | -
lands stretching from Ocala to and no doubt will be helpufl in inducing Icorts formed a most charming scene. ence oy almost doubling their
th Withlacoochee river, was a visitor -I homeseekers to settle here. We (' After the marriage had been solemnized pacity.and in consequence : ; a
here yesterday. He went to Tam- ;hope these gentlemen will be assisted the bride and gr om were warm- double their business.

pa yesterday afternoon but will return in every way possible in their ly congratulated and extended. many I This paper having watched aJ!
irom the first af their
next week and our readers may work. best good wishes by the friends who career day

i expert to hear something from him I. had assembled' to witness their naptH ing to.; the present time
that will be of great benefit to our There is a baby in Ocala that has *_ them its heartiest

town and county. Mr. Wilson is a lived in a part of January will live all One corner of the large veranda best good wishes.

practical man and has: made a for- through February and a part of :March: had been converted into a very charm-
tune In the lumber business and knows before it is one month old-that is. lug Japanese corner and here delightful A handsome line of Ladies'
articles manicure sets etc.
the value of his holdings in Florida. counting 30 days for a-month. I, orange punch ;and cake was serv-t s TYDIXGS ,& Fla.1l. .

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joG. D. HOG AN RACE. i I I
J 4 T -- JIM ptlrt."la t the ,qp4ttnditlly'1> .ryulpp. 'i

Has it Made Up Now. I christ that we had rather s\pp'lr plant of the Yontml [G1in c ..mn> .

I_ Mr Jeff Browne says h*> will "makeap :than Stockton It hf enters the a .htirw! IIf the reps .r Murk of ))Caraula aii

: Having purchased the saloon property formerly : mind later" The minds of the he will make IT not or all opponent- ialt of r'palfIUK
his I II ..... \\ make a *p < >
: operated byV.. J. McGrath and made many improvements i !voters will decide the final outcome.noweyer.Palatka '-Wauchula Ad v er'isrr I
I :.. get* t'n ?IIM-i. etc.
Z on same, I am now prepared to handle : Times-IIerald. I I
V j Our hearty congratulations; ant .- > ou price*.
mail orders with the greatest facility. The large va- : I I
dered to Frank ,
i : Walpole editor ot th
Able to Be a Candidate.
.. riety of brands of Whiskies, Wines, Beers, Etc., now : 1 Hon. Albert Gllchrist of DeSoto, is (Manatee Rtcord."ac.mcy La'inoccurre

t carried enables me to fill the order of everyone ont + '!said to have an income from rents of j jtOuOO in the office of county : Gas Engine

short notice. The premises are now fitted up especial i $ per annum. He can afford to':urer of Manatee county, I

-1 ly for this dass of the business, and your orders will t ,'become a candidate for governor.i .- i Brownard has appointed )Ir. .' : Company

I be filled the came day they are received and shipped : I i Palatka Times-Herald. !i land to the place. Frank is a good .J ...
i .si will make Manatee county -' ; .,
4 on the first train. In your next order include 1Hogan's : t orhcial,-Stark Telegraph r
'Cromwell Gibbons.
XXXX Rye i i, The Tallahassee Sun suggests that I !'I I
i I According to an itemized .-
I the name of Cromwell Gibbons bet '
jof the expenditures of the Internal
: : The Best Goods on the Market Ii ;added to that list of gubernatorial'provement Board for the year l5-.': '
possibilities. How much loager is Bros.
i !' I lit appears that a total of $:tl.. t."
!that list going to be?-Bartow Record.
: G. D. HOGAN i has been paid out for legal ( p'n ;
i I Of this amount Ex-Got'ernor : :
i!Sparkman Wise. Works
Ocala Florida. i i: Rumor connects the naue of Hon. has received $10,000. Throughout j j Copper
state this is generally regarded as '
l :Js. }I. Sparkman with the governorship -
reckless expenditure of public[ ;
But the Tampa man Is too of Turpentine Stills
( and one that calls for further ( ) i .
Oldest WQis House in Central Florida i ;,richly endowed with brains to give up nation.-PalatKa Xe W5. j
ey :a certainty in order to contest for an r Metal Workers.
!uncertainty.-Palatka Times-Herald.
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Breeze! of DeFuniak that Con re I II '
!Jeff Browne on "Devil's Island." j in exchange for new one*. PatebinJ
.-- Lamar has written the tlitor of !
!I! The return of the Hon. Jefferson j country a specialty Orders by mail or
II i virile sheet that he will be in his tow .
I IB. Browne to Key West, is regarded :I II land I prompt attention at eider of the
I community soon accompanied I .
I work
by borne politicians as> another Captain '
THEMarioi Mrs Lamar. Probably (' i
1 Dreyfus affair. They say that "Jeff" (
I Lamar has heard that Hon. J. '. N. C. SAVANNAH GA
!may not be forced to live in exile on ,
j I Kehoe has remarked that the nf>
that "Devil's Island" very long and FLA MOBILE ALA ;J
![campaign will be one in whichii t.I
that even a "Key West Konk" may
Lamar will be compelled to visit
hope to merge from his shell and I
Hardware ;: constituents; or it may be that >
Conjpaijy bak in the sunshine of "His Excellency !
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(I Colonel is of the opinion that his ..
the governor of F'londa.i ."- I
(I ces need looking after-Santa I ;
,i Jacksonville Floridian.
S i s I Star.
i I IEvery I House Wine
HEADQUARTERS Jetf; Browne Among Them. Roonjs '
now and occasional- it is
Jeff Browne, late chairman of
mored that lIon. Robert W. Davis
( 0
j commission, will be a candidate -
American Wire Fencing, I for governor if the field is clearly ,:be the standard bearer of the TRY t'UI: ---
1!ration interests in the next
open for his candidacy and he is gubernatonal
Sash, Doors and Blinds j I not alone. The woods are full of i ii campaign In our opinion "(
s j I Rob" has played his last tune as a
i I wouM-be candidates. There will be no j LlEGHANyi
Paints. Oils and, Varnishes, I midable candidate for governorVh.-
(end of gubernatorial aspirants long before 1 j
I he failed to win three
years ago
Mill and Mining Supplies, ( the 190S campaign opens. It is 1 missed the opportunity' of a lift I II i
to be hoped that the democratic voters
Turpentine I I of Florida will not make the mistake i I jto become governor of Florida. : PURE YE.i
; Snpplies, :a differentmanagement this
I they made in naming the last .
supported Davis and Taliaferro thr .
chief executives of Florida -Do i
Improved Farming Tools} I two |
i years ago and for its loyalty to ll
|Land Record. !I
I corporation crowd it allowed ..
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GET OUR PRICES II Ellis and Broome. !'oral fat digs in the dough bag.-D .i up 4 full Ots ,
:Soto ntAdvertiser.. .
t I Messrs. W. H. Ellis and J. E. I

\ I'I I Broome are spoken of as ubematorI The Del.and News speaks t1"L i Fancy Cartoons

ial possibilities." Gadsden is a rich I kindly of Hon Robt. W. Davis at i iI \

:and prosperous county, but it is not candidate
prospective for
( !
Marion Hardware Company of sufficient importance to fiutiish two '!,This is rather surprising: as the "\ !i your

'candidates for the governorship in !I belongs to that section of the i>. |i
one campaign.-Palatka Times-Her- .! Office
i which regards Col.! Davis as a (' '
>,a Id. ration The chief
man. and only *
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I Albert Jennings Will Be Governor.We Its I his overflowing kindness of H3.20 !

publish the picture of our next ,;which, wrought up by unscrupuiIoulawyers

ALL I1SCRIPTIOXS :governor on this issue and his name: and others, might him IU (}

-- PAYAliLK .t/Jr.LYe'L'OURCLUBLIST I i is Hon. T. Albert Jennings of Pensa- :don every ra>eil in the 'tate. Th.. ; a Quart Whiskey; write fat
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I cola. A more brilliant or better man i ernor should be a man of iron ,
I Price
t Florida has never produced. The land i nerve.-Punta Gorda Ht-rald! complete list

|Banner may be a little premature i

.in announcing him so far ahead of the Out in California.

I election; but. we wanted to let the One most excellent: suggestion House Wine Rooms'

.- -. -- ---. --- \press of the state and the public at i(made at the board of trade; meftlnjlast ;

;,large know who the gentleman was'whom (, Monday. That was that all OCALA, FLORIDA(
ADYAXCL ': would occupy the sjubermtorla!I trees and shrubs in Smiley

i chair of Florida two years hence.- :park should be labeled, both for
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i i Jasper Banner of Libert)'. (I tourist, who will see new and st ra J .
sissAlbert i forms of veseation. and also Itt!

: "g Gilchrist.A i means of botanical! information to I

WEEKLY. great many nice: things have!I more than :,OOO children who arc

1 :come from the Florida state' press in (I[tending school. .

11\1 THE! OCALA WEEKLY BANNER and The SemiWeekly I reference Gen. Albert Gilchrist and !I The common name should con1
his investments in other parts. Hut'itnen the botanical name-!genus
g Jacksonville Times-Uni one year $1.50 I those who know "Albert" Gilchrist j i species-its native habitat. Its '

(4h THE C.L.VE: KLY.BANNER and The Thrice will never believe he intends to desert i land uses. All this can be placed on "NIJBLACK"Loaded

the "Alma Mater" who still i)jsmaH sign, as the common
y n." l'ek New York: World, one year . .fl.63 regards name
;: him as one of the largest specimensof Ibe all the large lettering needed Blade!
TlIE OCALA WEEKLY BANNER and The Weekly genuine manhood she his:: reared in signs we saw on all trees in th" c : Ponder Shells t
.:. :: Atlanta Constitution, one year. . . .$l.iii the past century. lebrated Shaw Botanical garden at Shoot
.j I Louis. It is a fire idea and one ( Strong r.nd Evenly,
THE OCALA WEEKLY BANNER We will probably oppose him !in his
and The
Atlanta can be carried out at a small '
: 'I candidacy for governor of Florida; but Are Sure Fire
Semi-Weekly Journal, one year . . .f 1.73 .it is due him to say that no corruptor compared with the good that \\ \
therefrom. -California (' Will Stand
. THE OCALA WEEKLY BANNER and The Commoner ,I dishonest act has ever lessened the graph. f Reloading.

(W. J. Bryan Paper,) one year. .$1.50\\i:hih those appreciation who really in know which him.he is heldIby We have no parks and even our i ; ; They Always Get The Game.

' THE OCALA WEEKLY BANNER and The Toledo I!i: Our own estimate o fthe man is em- lie square has no pretty trees and

: Blade (Weekly) one year . . . 0" .$1.50 I I I bodied in the statement that if *,- this flowering one plants.thing-but We some are rich behind I* For Sale Everywhere.
was possessed of one tenth of one per
; THE OCALA WEEKLY BANNER and The Savannah cent of th wealth of either Mr. some time is going to provide a

Weekh News, one year . . . .1.7.:) Carnegie or Mr. Rockefeller that he I for a park and the planting of trees t

would make them look (both Individ- ;
After the Railroads. --- -- --
DAILY. I uallly and collectively, like that proverbial I
f 'I "thirt; cents.} Attorney General Bonaparte has

!! He truly possesses the requisite timber :rected the institution of suits

a I to make a big man. He has the la number of railroads to recover ;
and The Savannah
Daily i mind and the morals. And such men allies for violation of the safety

i 11'1 News, one year. . . . $12.50 !,-sooner or later-are bound to come j jpliance law. i

g' c% >> THE OCALA D.ILXXER and The Daily I to the front in he political arena of i I, Seventy-eight violations in all "' llfULL

f. Jacksonville Times-Union, one year. . .12.30 j a good state like Florida.-Jackson- ',alleged and the defendant
1:vine Floridian. are: -.
!T. A. Jennings: Alabama Great Southern aCSS
t. fti lauta Journal, one year . . . . .8.50 The papers in this end of the state J Coast Line. Central of Georgia

(: 1 N Journal (including Sunday), one year..f 10.00 :seem to be a unit in supporting T. A. iver and Rio Grande. Eaglesmere JJt

0 iV : 'HIE OCALA DAILY BVNNER and Atlanta Daily [Jennings for governor. That gentle jWilliamsport' north branch Erie so $A 20
t man will have to become a candidatein jternational and Great Northern -
selt-defl'nst'-DeFuniak Breeze. ,''souri Kansas and Texas. Mobile '--_ ci : *:' '* 'uIlb.

{Ohio, Pennsjhania.
t. SUBSCRIPTIONS PAYABLE 7.Y .t T'dl'CF. '., The Fur Will Fly: Southern, Southern Pacific, St. ;
The Milton Star says that sure I and San Francisco Southern

enough J. Walter Kehoe RJ!! be a i ern Pacific Texas and Pacific
Address All Orders to
r candidate for congress from this dis j Wabash. c tlt>rtRtD
r. trict to succeed Mr. Lamar. If he does

THE OCALA BANNER the fur will fly in the third district. I; TOMATO PLANTS-100.000

DeFuniak Breeze. |ston's, Beauty Stone Paragon

OCALA FLORIDA. Dwarf Stone ready Feb. 10, to

-__- -- It is rumored that Hon.John N. C. 1, $1.50 per thousand; ten BLUM

.; : ALL SUBSCRIPTIONS PAYABLE IX ADVANCE Stockton. of Jactsoarille, may be inthfr Jots $1.40; cash with order. & COMPANY s i

L I race for governor. There Is no teed free from,blight or root knot.J. Jacksonville Fly '

{ Inn it Florid except General Gil DaTI'!. Barttnr, Fl>. 21O fit ,

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Mrs. H.: L. Anderson Gives a Lovely : MEETING CF THE BOARD OF and thus gist:' 'sprens.iou !o till Ir -i itimcnts

k Party for Mrs. Duval. TRADE. in a way that tJurr wtII'LI! l : .

I no mistaking the meaning.

.. Wednesday afternoon from threeto : A special. meeting of the boar., of

t five. o'clock at the Arms house !I trade was held in the council eham- MR. FLAGLER IS AP JitECIA TED.

t .Mrs Herbert L. Anderson gave the I :
ALUM her, Wednesday afternoon to consider
first of the two parties that she will i I One or two northern paper liav.reeeatly .
i i specially a bill for the protection\ of '
/j gm this week, the gest-ofhonor at I said that H. M. FlagUr ana
MJ? I creditors which is being prepared !''his
enterprises 1\
not proper a\\
affair Mrs. Louis W. Ducal
rhis being '
I and will be presented to the ne;tI ,
predated by Florida people an it ile(
'! otn' lit the winter brides. i I i legislature for adoption. ,;
i:served or would be in eastern v'
MrU. Anderson and Mrs. J. K. j jiiviu Senator D. H. Baker and Representatives
a western sections of the county s'!u It
.t' f t viY. \ toes the guests at the door Wartmann and Mathews and .
is not the case however, and vu' o.
and :M.M: J. Roess also helped them Ex-Representative C. L. Slstrunk were : .
.. peeve Mr. Flagler knows it to b. rand '
UNN DANGER h05t1'. .': looking alter her visitors. I present by special: invitation. such assertions are pron1:

I .\i"! Vnderson and Mrs. Duval re- Quite a number of those present at Il |more by sectional jealousy than inline ij>i.
l r i. "' informally in the large parlor: his meeting; spoke to>> the question j j jI I' of troth.

its I \handsome: home. Mrs. An.rPh'lI land the sense of the meeting wa hat
ilifooD The great work done if 'lonih! '.
in white and Mrs. Duval ini[some protection :should be: thrown :
I. Mr. Flagler is conxin!, :: n*> ut i, : .
:,1\ :, '-\ ,,'ie a pleasing contrast and around the creditor class. ,
nitfnutf of M 1. ." cl'u :inan
',',,r\ '. a ...o.-i attractive hostess and I It was :specially suited that a man
s I. GUARD SHIPS the 0 : .
TO at
1 7 ;,: against unseen dangers sea, -! ;" I hu i iij.\ .
4 ::11011'- -IK'rt. : who buys a large stock of goods and'
K S the United States Government maintains lighthouses. the 'Ketincttoa t-f uemg one m IMgreatest .
1 r l yo t; :; ; \''''IK i\veniy-five ladies were pros i sells out should give notice to his developers of this om" >

, To guard your home against the unseen "?r. .ta.1! alter all had arrived they ,creditors of his intention to sell! and and this appreciation should nu' I"

.M', :-,'atel in'the parlor and each also should give to the intending buyer
r dangers of food products the Government confined to Florida or the I In' .l;

+ 0:11'iii a pleasant and novel task! a sworn statement of his Indebted
t States but be world' wide as vex r"l!'

has enacted a pure food law. The 1 tt. ,m. rfr.iutl squares, each one nom ,nest italist have ever accomplish,'d! .>

I ] 111'-M' .<: ,tnd having a buttonholeIt !! Mi. Wartmann and Mr. 8itltrunkI
much single handed and atom
law the manufacturers of
::31 ? compels baking 3. in i; ]Had! been prepared, and cash lain ',stated that a bill of thin sort was TbPtoridian would rank "It"q..

powder to print the ingredients on the iad: to test her skill in this very; .i presented at the last legI...", '(.. p\tq?- the ateacest of iaffrate who \\.t- III,
iHiiHH'ant! feature of sewing. Some ted the house but was kilted in tbe
thankful for the
work dose In Fi.uler '
label of each
4 ,f:.;: can. splendid! button holes were the result senate and when a second bill of 'I .
He has b*** steadily .10"\ < >!to[.

The Government has made the label your prolecliont and the conversation of the ladies; I;the same nature #as prewntwl it wa big a region of country for at- -

: ; avoid alum-read it whip !they were so busily plying their 1 defeated because it was tlBdfohtOlJltl and has the ifttiefactioB of
: .. so that you can carefully, if it does not Kuumiu.that .

l I say pure cream of tartar hand it back and need!' waR delightful. The judges among the legislators that there were be baa punverfed aa uahai decided in honor of Mrs. R. A. Bur-
t certain lobbyists there representing
I wilderness into thriving town and

ford. and her reward was a lovely; I the jobbers: of the tate, and for MOW fruitful f.r.... I'aJatia! hotels an?

Soy plainlg- pair oi embroidery scissors. Mrs another a prejudice avow
l |haAdaom honeys cover the earth n.'wwhere
Il Dm!' receded honorable mention
against it and this bill was likewisekilled.
a few y*-af'I apt the. animal
and was presented with an exquisite
sail the red awn held uadii< t)
lilthh -art shaped needle book and
ROU&LBAKING 'I' Judge McConatby in his ad4Ire ,sway t'lvillaatum.has beets art van ,
Mrs Roesvon the consolation prize
L ,stated that the jobbers of Florida especially !carte by.ids .fodwaitabfc n. fit ,

d I a dainty embroidery bag. the wholesale jobbers, were :\ate dark rcrtiaeni of almost uninhai

L I ROYAL is a pure, cream of tartar baking powder-a pure Salad, wafers, salted pecans ice+ i doing a 1 legitimate trade and had a !tangle H........ It is unU 'r..al!I
of aids the adds to the health- rt'am. cake and coffee were !':en'edaft"1' i
product the
grapes j right; to go before kiglafsturestate kaown that IK- Metropolis hh a<

fulness of food. he contest. their grievance wlfbont prejuOlr- always espoused tine cause of uupi.A ,

w Tho 1.
Mesdames. L.
.n"the following:
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1 I Judge hell was present and stated aid it haM watched with the k..e.' -
L. Anderson, M. J. Ro'essY. ,
\\ Duval. R.
!that under the present ruling of the. teterest aid faith thf '
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", ,{board of county eotnraisskifters to ;the east Albwtir oaast section :'I'
;i Mallory Liddon. F. G. B. Weihe. {
MISS SARA ELIZABETH Hi- The gospel( Herald is; i the name o: a : :Mr. P. T. Randall, ot Connor represented tl'l':' criminal cases the cost oC Mils. were the t8uaese ea Hal !Sadneed H...I-
, j1'. W. Condon, J. J. Gerig, A. K. Gerig I
Local Editor 'ten! Baptist paper punted at DeLandj his section in Ocala Weilnes not paid in cases where conviction 4M by )I,. Plaa>r. MIll we nth I I.-T-
r 1\\*. ::. Dodge, Mary Dodge Maddox j .. '
{ j jit has fourteen. editors among whom i';dy. He has one of the most beaus: K |not follow. That this wro**'t 'that there are net mentteb Ii" Ii .<'
Rocker J.
I JR. A. Burford, ( '
: Dr. Lincoln Hully, president of .nil orange groves between Ocala and ship wont la tab stale.
PERSONAL. I :'Avstn.; E. L. Carney, G. T. Maughs. .
1:5 tniversity.I I II Jtcl.sonvil! and notwithstanding tbe, | For instance a farmer IMS u oog ,.. eiWMioa of the PtoriiU )-.<* -'
"all. George E. Dry
J i fact that the orange trees were denuded ';'Mamie |stolen! The price of the hoc would Coast lattroaJ to Key Weoae a ,>! <,.
:ijson i Townley Porter. J.Y.. Hood. D. '
Dr. .. I :Messrs. E. L. Wanmann and W. J. i of their leaves and some oi. nor amount to more t' an Ave dollars of the greatest Httlm-wintt. I. .i'
and Mrs. \ L. Izlar visited Tr- E. Mclver. Frank Harris, Frank Hu-
Crosby. of Citra, who are largely interested them killed as far sou:-' as Estero, Mr. |' !I but he is required' to p1:' up M amoral .y..r accomplMh.tl ia this mi't. >
orange grove at yesterday.Mr. : Smith of Kentucky.
;j'ber and
in the trucking and orange I: Randall's grove did not shed a leal, !:sufficient to pay the LerilT, the court,, Mtlltoa. of dottara have alrea.ls t I". uVs

business, and who have been especially !- and many of the oranges hanging on I'' !|the witnesses and jurors, amuumlng'in t ..eaoVd m. this great tiadrr'aknu i
John C. DcVant of Brtoksvlik : and Little Bread. I.
jr.. i I Many Orphans
successful in growing celery, were [I ti. trter escaped unhurt and thapefruit some instances tn twent>-flvt or aad maa) BN>IW will be spcw'

\ was In Ocala Wednesday on :e ia Ocala Wednesday. They say that If:'* are yet hanging on the: !i thirty dollars and h*> lectaed! to do there \f\ ao laalratbm of nhiisiiuidimiaottua .,!'

gal business. the drought this season has been I trees as sound and juicy as. they were! 'I There are in the Thorn well Orphanage so, some time for thi reaMM that 1M- of the work Mr Flu':+I'
S. C., 240 orphan
located at Clinton.
something fearful and has very greatly ia October.i "has not he mow/ and the hog is nut has given *.<.*>.**. .lag ago ." "
)Ie ns. Henry Dunn and M. C. R:.ce; I boys and girls in the process cf and thecase
trouble and
handicapped them in their operation I wort the expense far-dghttdai-iii MIll uaMa halt I L.+ t t.
*'"re among the Citraites in OcaaWednesday. i W. C. Townsend, who lives at: securing an education. These boys and Jndf Belt .
:. i i goes unprotected. 'mud that Ws ..,.. isbevuad apptwta' : '

I Sat Springs was among the number:. girls are of all ages from six years up raid that some law ought 10 be pawed ...........

of visitors to our city Wednesday and I to 17 or 18. The older pupils by their correcting this evil l
The Daughters or ilie Confedtracy A faw Msdlasawwt poiitlelse po
Mre. D. A. Clark, little daughter
and sister, spent Wednesday shopping 6 Kentucky are setting a movementon : I I vas considering the proposition tc, zealous labors help to support in each and | Some one else stated that when- .hays. who hate Wtb tatw-n... '

btu t in Ocala.Hopp foot for the erection of a monument :.sp.'i! his turpentine: privileges; for the! i care for the young, putting I, was known that the party paid. ail mm as H. N. ..'......, .a> .w "

'". -- [ to the memory of John H. Morgan -;:sum of $225,000 or turn the offer. {!day from four to six hours of steady !'costs that a great Btaay frlvotow ad tail natmlBg thiBjpi sbtmt I.' tar

w : ; one of the most successful of : down. This offer leaves him with the+ .1(work in the shops and farms and !malicious canes would be brought sad Is a KiafliBjaa of tee writ :, ,4"
the -
the human frog canvii
: at
.tlfi und intact which leaves him the !kitchen and about the same time daily with dM.Mr .
owner weighted down .
. he "
grounds is attracting his haT : of our cavalry chieftains. If every general <:(: 6nud to aH.* vh ihiac II. d'
the cost
', of Salt Springs, which some day; Jon their books. In this way Harris stated thai b? knew III ,.
attention. crowds continua. : had been as successful as Morgan .11.. ... baa Ml *.> helped I. I.
Large y lessened
may be a popular watering resort a'amarvellous '.: ;of caring for the whole family is !!m.thing calculated to put a bls.ket'pot adult thuu. t'
crowd his booth. Stewart and Mosby history would of dollars. th** state bat has lave been written differently. Every i,: stories are told of its cur.. j by many thousands on the fair fan of tbe state to taw taxaMr na.r, .,!. :

is f soldier in their commands captured j:''tive powers. The offer of this vast '!But the great majority of the children than to pay a premium for eoavtcttaf'persons the amwrtlM thfj he ajkfl bim ...
Mr. Maurice Strauss: who tc'HMrcarily I instead of
l> only care '
small a
sum for Mr. Tovnsend's turpentLne+ ; ,areery unfortunate eaoufb to be to- Plstrida
and killed about sixteen to one. we ant 'p-tilllIII.
in the city of Cincinnati
residing i'privileges tells the wonderful story' a help and must be aided in every way the cowM .
t :: 1 i fore our courts. That state .age ealaalty .vaKF sue orr :.,
is visitor to Ocala and is
a registered :
,t I The Catamount Chase. I of how ]lands have increased in value! The support of these children rests 'not afford a reputaitua this sort rise ...... aid Miips krtts r ,'
Ocala House and its
at the !: : love
i in our county in the past decade. Ten I |upon good men and women JThat no civilised co .ua
residence is :given;; as "at home. He is Early] yesterday morning the ]large years ago all of the land on the eastside the orphans and freely aid them '!;O before tbe country with aa adwItisement ;" rub .etitt. tiLf1t

t looking well and says the business catamount was turned loose and after I of the Oeklawalia; river or very:. Just at present there is a special that she pays a pmataai far _

prospects and conditions in Cincinnati : sufficient start a pack of hounds nearly all of it could have been I need of assistance! and every gift, be ii'1 convictions ia her courts.I ;C ,rIt ..ATII

art A 1. .were turned loose on him. A large bought for this sum. it of provisions or of money will be I! The secrotar' then' rwad a tctUT -,

number of the Ocala hunters joined promptly acknowledged. Every de- |from the IVnsaeula board of trade a. )'UII.ar a .... tIIIU" ,'i .\

f Mrs. Isaac DeLong died at her home 1i:1 the chase and the animal afforded Broad Christianity nomination in the state is represented .closing a resolution passed by N aaa-- hag toasts it May.

in Candler Tuesday after a long ill- th ci a most exhilirating and( excitv. among the children, but the institution -I Iing that the telegraph company bi 1 I haa't watt tIM yea ...... t tWe II

news and was buried at that place ? sport for several hours. He was The Florida Christian \dvocate.ol: is under Presbyterian control. I i placed+ under the control of the ....- arMNnr M aalav. {

Wednesday. Mrs. DeLong was stricken finally run to cover by the dogs. I[which the Rev. Frederick Pasco is i All gifts should be sent to Rev. Win. I way commission the sa.* aa taw raft- five but Ml tte r t I. 'tor. {

en with paralysis! some time ago and I[editor, quoting from a report in an. P. Jacobs, Clinton S. C.. Provisions I!road companies. A wrolalka .at ofjfered tuft' Ia uaI ni w" rrfwwirrror ,
fhas ever since been in feeble health. Mr. Thomas Wilson of Sumter S. '
Orphanage, .
other religious paper of the conger simply to Thornwell to that effort but ainndod to h a tN iii" :'
Mt-i death is a matter cf regret *c all C who has been in Ocala for each i
some that in
1 It is suggested
several Methodists.. S. C.
!ion of an Episcopalian !; include express sad PaUwan COMpanies. ernT snout
\>!ho Knew her. ;oys. a guest at the Ocala House, left in the state, some one undertake ,
and a "Campbellite, to the community TM ttssdM uard I"t"

t Samuel -I -Ditto-of -Jaok 'onvi'.e yesterday for his home. While inMr. I Baptist faith, in which report the, : to raise supplies for the aid A teter was also read from the automobile (wr..ft'
Mr. ,
Or>ala Wilson who owned
of this city and the an -i were spoken of as having come "fro! [of these children. m&nufacturiag rampaay 01St. Phe lea. I, sg.tttL .. '
fonnerly of timber lands in '
tract Mar- error to truth," comments thus: "\n Petersburg offrtag ta net its ter:. '.a of ItJ., : t It .
iS third son of Capt. and Mrs. W. L. Ditto and Suniter counties Found at Last. .
I jit disposed
make Ocala his home so this unholy warfare among Christ's plant in this city if suitable amnlll:11ents .tar tbeb, wear. ....' br'
will again
entering the real: estate and insurance -i the same to the McGehee Lumber Co., so-called followers continues and sinners J. A. Harmon, of Lizemore, West could be ma4 to that **d. The for ,...... ,, !" k'41 l
Of Summerfield, and to the Clark
1 f business with his brother, Mr. ( Ray look on and smile as they thin, Va., says: "At last I have found the |secretary was instructed to write to wak10 --

,Johnson Company, of Martel. Mr. there must be something wrong somewhere perfect pill that never disappoints me: jthe company for farther parUeabusand show then ,bat sag tom'. t
F. W. Ditto. Mr. Ditto was recently i \Vilson owned over thirty thousand and for the benefit of others afflicted .
Jacksonville when so many claim that their, chronic constipation report the resalt of the eerretlKndtnc gofers I' t Ii tap .
married to a charming young :tares and the price obtained with t9rpid liver and t
a denominational teachings alone art New ..... -lItbl') ::
girl and he and his wife will be i]a : will say take Dr. King's i at the sent .
accorded a warm welcome by Mr. jrf one. 'the truth' and all others in error.: Life Pills." Guaranteed. 25 cents at : The secretary thee broaght 'mtttr I. our hat ways resl+*+e 't. taemspsnlvr

Intro's Ocala friends. I Resigns as Alderman. !'Ir. Pasco is exactly right as to th Tydings]I & Co., druggists. m >the board the eoadittoa of the straws .. r lilT, of .r .I .,r

L effect of such_ remarks on the world General--Washington-- who H, afjfctionately |of Ocala and said that aa aMenaaa ::Bam lor tile met of state a *u.r( .
Mr. D. C. Head, who is living at 1;i Hon. J. W. Crosby, a member of I|ly-minded. Yet so' long as each de- referred to as "the Father had told him that the reason they ;I leg we .had ao title Bjtaa of Iii hteta, i i'that :,. {
L 1!the 'nomination takes the narrow view I II because the I' Mr <" m the !.-a- f
Silver Springs junction, was in Ocala: ; city council from the third ward, )II| ; cf his Country" and was revered inj I were not sprinkled was aaaj WM

*. Wednesday: with his friend, Mr. C. j has tendered his resignation, the I I that "truth" is so small an entity;nis day and generation as a model dtjizen : mayor meaning ex-Mayor: )le<'oea- <'jeettaawbte to the editor of tea !IMI/- i

\. Gates, of Cedar Grove, Tenn., whois ,same to take effect immediately in or-I that one human institution can take :i and whose annivarsary is cele-j thy) said that the law did sot authorize <,:billed w*. have beta lie ftf"\ ,

visiting Florida with the intentionof i i l it all in and leave no part for otherdenominations i i'brazed more and more in all carts cf !I II the sprinkling of the streets Mayor i i!|'eat of frfead far Ute part ,

becoming a permanent settler. Mr. elect-ed jI j'[ to teach, how can: its I I thee earth, was the richest man lr.1 McConathy was present' aid .taaie4 >;',.,.. MIll we have a-- he r"'II' '. }

Gates is well pleased with all that he I!at large and thereby save the city the i.11 expected that "this unholy warfare" the United States at the time of his:> the soft impeacbaM sad. said the idea of voting ter aaothar as r.

,shall cease? The remark shows Mr.Pasco's the to fa..ee. But the f atssshat. '
has seen of our state and. it is highly expense: of two elections.Mr. : death. According to the stories t M city council had power appropriate octant
probable that we shall claim him as I : Crosby resigns because he has j:: truly Christian, therefore tolerant of him by Frederick J. Haskin: and money for any aocdMul. oar- ail the rasa. that thdacy < '> I

r citizen. moved from the third to the second and catholic, spirit-TimesUnion. which are said to be taken from his .pose. of these two BMB is 11II&8.;. .. ta

f.-. 'a k ward and is now occupying the W. II diary he owned more than fifty thousand 'i The sprinkling of the street ted .a.aodluty .... .... caaiNa! ht. <

Mr. C. A. Coggins, of the firm cf J. Chambers residence on Fort King ( acres of farming lands. many to mueb animated dticnorioa and re- 1 t.-. tbM way ** atM I 1 11"tIR1

f.1 1 M. 0 Coggins & Co., of Pittsburg Pa.. i avenue. He has just recently been I I A Little Fairy. (slaves and among the things proilucedI I I suited in tbe appointment of a torn- .17

and Mr. C. C. Carlton, their 'Florida i elected alderman from. his ward and I I Wednesday afternoon a tiny little ca his plantation, besides a large mittee to interview the street coo --- i(1w

J representative, were in Ocala yester- entered upon the duties of his office baby girl was born to Mrs. Nathan quantity of tobacco which was shipped mittee and express the seatimeat uf ,,, C.IEluV IlldnjaWts. i

. d: y and will be here for several days with zest and fidelity and his loss I :Mayo, of Belleview, at the home of to England, were one thou3c.nl barrels the board of track to it and request be I The >*>BMHJU.a .Jaaraal as>. f .
I of tbe tai w A ida does and ....../ feed proud <.f b*',
Interviewing our vegetable growers. from the council is greatly deplored 1 1I I Mrs. Majo's parents, Dr. and Mrs. W. of meal and two thousand uar'els immediate sprinkling .

[\ These gentlemen say that the drought i it. I i not only by his neighbors in the third !I Xewsom in this city. This announcement of good whiskey. A slave owner committee will also go before the I d*'* Mi+ at Wasbjagtoo: ToafJritfet

the meeting and try 1 I. ,*,... tL*at ... They rBO" }
IF t. like done an immense damage to ward but by everybody in the community. will be one of interest to jane1 a whiskey manufacturer. These council at its next

Jw4 tnck farms and that they are now: in. He is a fine business man Mr. and Mrs. Mayo Ocala friends, tWthings in these rodent times and persuade it to make the experiment i acretd oa all pMeta. Ut they ill' m('(",

a perilous condition and an immediatelain and a conscientious, public spirited who congratulate them on this happy t would be regarded as unpardonable of oiling the streets. Some favored :at the tpottt whet, the ashy tome?

cf meeting ; ,f_ Florida) -.\resMe t''.
I* necessary for their salvation. citizen. I event I tins. the calling a mass I i04it-

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POT. what won't hurt the cracker isn't likely : ARD
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hurt the Bowery tough the class
!of people who told such heartrending,;; "A Slap! in the Face "--I n-kr Ihlll "
V Leavengood, Business Manager. Well the "thriller" has appeared: taM
:tales about being enslaved. i heading the Manatee River Journal. cQt A Boston schoolboy was ,
That mild eyed young man named j jRichard"
t I )Ir. Barry is willing to put in a ;;edited by Hon. Joseph II, Hniuphru'n,
and sickly.
Barry who had the boastful J weak
;airly good word for Florida. He j I senator t'lm13t ah't' culntynty. |IM'Ulhl" $
vocabulary of a campaigner and the :
i doesn't want to be too'terribly severe. Napoleon R l rowar\I as follow
manner and appearance of a school j weresoft and flabby.
I He says in another paragraph: "The ;,, Manatee county's time ha* conic His arms
boy. who came to Tallahassee last ;
j horrors of the convict system bare round at last for a lap in the tatty He didn't have a strong muscle in hw
summer and announced that he had ;
!become so heartrending Florida ;IUT Florida's governor, who OB the 'j
been commissioned by McClure's w
; body.
; 3 !during the past few years that respec-;|tuup deelart's himsiif the greatest i
write a story about white slavery in II'
table people, of whom there are a ;;apostle of the primary system but' 'JJ' l'
the south has succeeded in setting a
publisher to print his stuff ;i goodly number have at last arisen Ci;,who. when a ,vacancy occur tft aa ,M The physician who had attended

1 revolt." 'See in any county in the stale and :
; preftfrib
Like all reachers after the sensa-! ; the family for tWrty yean .
J Thanks for those few kind cords;the people ask for the prh"Ut"I"If -
tional. Mr. Barry has the color of ] Emulsion. <
I"a goodly number." j[naming the man to be appointed. b>' :) Scott"'s
truth with which to save his narra-i :
: The Northern readers of Mr. Bar-:a primary election: as provided In the .
Motto: The Banner, believing thoseat tin from rejection as a lie out of .

the top well able to take care of whole clot!. i!j people 'last platforcr adopted by the pull ew NOW : :-,:.

themselves has taken its stand in the He has some pictures of bona fide ,which elected him governor slap ..
!about the evils of the convict system 'tiit-m square in the face and apNnntlone ; >
barricades: with the common people citizens of Florida which lend some I < To fist that i.Js arM W i
[but no one who knows the true con-! i f his henchmen. '
and its fight will be made for the bet- air of probability to his story- In the ; .
terment of those at the bottom. middle of the story, which appears in ;'dition is wrought up at all The fact is,; The above clearly states the act'.':; .::'4.Q'; would think ht >ww apprenticed t. a

i that Florida's convicts are better of the Honorable Napoleon R Hr.'\\ I 41(11
the March Cosmopolitan. is a picture black mitb.
treated than the shop girls are in New ard governor of Florida, in the matttM !

FRIDAY, MARCH I. If1):. that would do credit to the illustra :York, where the Cosmopolitan is print- of filling the vacancy of the oflhv ,.f i i it
tions that I imagine adorn the pages ALL DF.UGCISTS; 5Oc. AND .00.
;e t aunty treasurer of this count rau> !
of that monumental slander on the-
Lumber is taking: another advance As I said before, Mr. Barry was in !|ed by the death of Mr. J. W. NVttu-..
south which I have never read "t ncleTon's ; I I&.oOOtOt 04QatMOt
upward. Cabin." A white man counted liay of ice. He was there several times. ):which j occurred on Wednesday of last 9

i II talked ". with him a.t length week ,
:on horseback with a rife in his hands ;; 1
The Metropolis contest is creating and ahead of him a pack of hotrods !(and plied bin skilfully with questions.!i Had this been the first act of the -

considerable interest. He seemed anxious to impress me;kind 01 the part of our "great apostle Tom Hard on Lon. (FLORIDA BIG ENOUGH FOR ALL
.running down two negroes, is shown I
.with his thorough knowledge of the Ii M the primary system" it might have lu pa.Mnj hi: (complinu-ntn t H,.u.
i Jin the picture. i & Mir ic.Mni frtt a*!, Kdtt,. pir
A man cf S6 in Olean N. Y., tired of object, but he was not able to tell me j,been a matter of surprise to the Journal Loa G. Uvinfston. of toe Atlanta
| Now that Mr. Barry has had his [ P. Jorfea. of the PUMA t,?ria nt'
life, recently shot himself. But he ;anything definite about it. t? it was to four or five prominent Constitution. Tom Watson, te his .
:say I think that I am released from aid to opposed to .iMMiftraH. *v
didn't cheat life out of very much. : This story is a studied one on the: gentlemen of this county who weekly Jefferaoaiaa don aot mince

any restraint due to professional eODr-part of a hired man to earn his par !;jhad a legitimate right to aspire to the words but gives him the following hot have a food ihtM ta PlorMa fair
;'tesy, and will let a little more light a4 haatltMw last--mad he ..,.
Jacksonville's big attraction on the'Cih :without any regard for the truth or-offce .>f county treasuter but who had roast: .1

of March will be the Jennings- j I into the inspiration that set him to for: the injustice that his biased hand-;waid until after the funeral of the ') and sincerity are alien to own people to mj> ih* twtHIt dust ",

Abram-Taylor libel suit. t Florida. ;liIt of the few shreds of truth will do ,late treasurer before going to work, his character. H# revels te 4eab4e- tag tram U But alylpnar thi, puh>

I Barry confessed in my oSce. where.a.I great State. composed of as good expecting lhat the matter of filing; ,,dealing; he It rotten to the core, ajai had hens .f Hr'aba' f

The Lakeland San wants to know :'he came after paying his visit to the:[:people as there are in say State. It-the vacancy would tic left to a deni- he is, besides that sjaat dtefiutia of Jordana would MM have tart ss ht. <.n r

who is to be Florida's Hoke Smith. :governor, that when Mr. McClure'.is about on a par with the wild stun:oca tic priman.as prescribed in the all bad men-aa aged tibcrtte" patriots hU goat frteM. Mttiaattlb. !

He Is hid out.-Lake City Index. gave hint this assignment that he did.;that has been printed in Western siatieciocratic platform. Ion attended the popvltet national Oasis Ita,. sad Pentl. ./f e ItPetersttrg i

:cot doubt there were abuses practiced 'newspapers: and calculated to do s i Letters or telegrams received on convfDtkm in Ocala and oecvnied a Isdspeadsal tsdtw t w.Li

A company has been organized with by employers on their employes in '.great deal of harm. > Wednesday announcing the appointment place very near the throat-but it good people fit Ylorids shod eau hr'sad

Florida as well as in other states but condition seems that he used the the bright sparkling nail "r'I 5
a capital stock of IM.OOO to build a Any skilfully worked up of F. A. Walpole, who had just populist parry

BW opera house in St. Augustine. 'why should he 30 to Florida for a1 csa be presented in a bad light if the :return from Tallahassee, brought : merely aa a stepping stone to get into tillatiM ntlioriaU n' Hnxfevr Jtiai :

tory: of white slavery when he could desire is great and an opportunity to;these gentlemen and their friends 0.<. As soon as h* got what h* And going further b ck our sn''-..tw

BrooksTille expects in sixty days.write: a story about five thousand sell it is presented.-Tallahassee Sun. round to a realization of the true con- wanted he turned his back uo 'h*> pop Would haw bwo fl MM' out ail .St.t .

to be connected with Tampa by the white slaves without going outside of .dition in Florida, under the rule of the ulist. beautiful bertta- which Idticf Ju

Tampa & Northern Railroad. New York city? Eighteen hundred and twenty-seven :gtntieman who was entrusted by the _, -0- dan riaim alt otf ..m. tut i.

He said Mr. McClure told him: "Oa. years ago Hercclaneum. The Newport:democrats of the state with the ad- "Poor but honest. is so fumiliur in toajo' i 11.1'f h.I. I I. .\.. ri.-u* b t. .

The treasury surplus for the first well that's very tree jolt might write of Rome, was buried ninety feet deep ;ministration of its affairs in accordance I the biography at the great men uf our and r.- Mitt h.'aatr the hr .i,

& story of white slavery in Xew Y.r i. public, that the saying has almost aad hi w.wiul halt hall .
even months and a half for the present in mod and molten !\. This was at ;; with law and democratic ideas Ir. If e r.

fiscal year amounts to $;.( 'fto)): feat i: is the piercresqut details ando a tmE'IIr 'i"n the an of sculpture;,of government. occome trite. Now CUBISM t rur J. tan ,\ .. 'H r ,"?tfr.-iits twt,

cad is steadily increasing. heart interest ssrrocadine tae b baildiae aM painting were at their,' Several counties of the state have, W. Jvnks, of Cornell {'nivrrsiin. gad us br ft-< -, trii IB s.<*id hiiw- .

olavery in the south that have the height, ana lie riches people of Rome 'during the term of Governor Brow'ard tprirss a surprise on ut> l It> .a> in# ue Jail'i I' t\. a. 'IV' Cuttit' t' ',

\:. R. Racnie is suits M. V. makings of a good issgazise azt er-' that President ,. ,
'. Bailey bad their ssmiaer residences at Her-,: received a similar treatment at BMNMVV! is hr !. tart I I ets'r> matt aa wit int t.U'i : "

ic >e sum of ._" ..i .' damages for Mr. Barry iod tis story 10 lie SOTernor. cabeeuai. Their home wed treasure his hands; a knowledge of which on honiat." He Ii p*>ali. a.s if it i> a:: t>\, )'" lr',u. al th .'..|. "t 'I''k>4 : l'I

tender, defamation of character, ftF -. but he did not ell ?t as be t'of ci-alpiare. painiiLg and everythisg ',tie pan of the Journal. prevented its ptional comhinatinr. HiM tM"lie.e joy It;., itt'a.thgl' l lg UltlU.' a. a I, .

tn men are prominent real estate wrote it for the CoooplitaB MagsEse. rUT was dore in marble being surprised in this latest outrage the professor does an Injustice b, \'Z"JI ., 1"1or".4 1,0 I. F.s I. :_

dealers of Jacksonville Mr. Barry came u get a story bronze and precious metals and for all :of a deiBoeraue governor perpetrated iu many of the rich men of our Coun and t'!! ;iMtrtrfi an t1'I., ( -r i6.-- nd

AND HE WAS GOING TO GET IT. trWe have not made it thit'i !! .. .
these years ese houses have lain'upon a democratic people. a prut-tici : 'ititt.'rk aiu: ii-! 'I a"
A rich woman is in the tombs of what he did n impress the .
go covered with this molten lava it is ---- to mingle with very many rich men and >hclr,- ,Mir St'IN' Inr' ia* ah.l' .
I New York who is charged with having man wbo sent nim. so McClure edit bu know three .
i hoped in a state of perfect preservatjon. -' We wonder if President Roosevelt we or four who air : to impnne and !* ..t't; out i > .1
poisoned her own mother. What will down doubtless because he dM DOt \ honest and two or three of the other I heritauce
The city is now to be entirely!j:favors the "free and unlimited coinage
be the nature of the next great think the story worth the space, and l.ud, more or less who are "poor,*BUI .'_ .
uncovered and it is hoped presented of silver at the ratio of sixteento
crime was not so anxioas to publish a. I,! not honest!"
'; and honesty A Mlslsd .
to the world exactly as it was before; one" He has fallen in line with all
"thriU as to allow it to induce him aot measured by the size of one'spocKet -
it was covered up by lava from Mount the; .other theories and policies advocated -
The Fernandina Record declares to do aa iujastiee to a state ; book. 'rhirlt-'i It an tialir-tt> Bt.U.tt! r HI'
Vesuvius and the mud of the rivers by Mr. Bryan so why can not :
bat the projected Florida Railray'froc Mr. Barry therefore hsd to go to --- so la air Wilds'phtni, :It. T> am
it. he his bnanci theories Before
surroczdicg An connosieurs are accept
; Live Oak to Feroandiaa will be aaother market to sell his wares. Hei; We congratulate Governor Brown- .all studtatt tu the shako I au r.i '
expecting to find the richest treasures : Wall street was so firmly seated
built n the near future Mr. Frank f06sd it is cove of the places where : ard on his appointment of HOB. J. En- '.and collfg free a! tuitiaa r <*ii
i that have ever been discov-:'in the financial saddle every promi.nent .
Drew is president of the company. William Randolph Hearst does bnsi- mett Wolfe to the vacant judgeship i j I cause three la.iliiuum > bv t' '..abjr
ered. Archaeologists and historians republican in the count '-from j Ij .
over in West Florida. Judge Wolfe students fruni h' .. tuU* :r. .Ktoey .
regs.The are also expecting to add much to thee Judge Stanley Mathews, of Ohio, to
We are snv med entirely too much. whole thin is overdraws, sad : U eminently qualified for the 081. an- l""'.'.-l ,1..1\1. tur ;,*!
; Senator Wolcon of Colorado:
:Urhtmest of the world by the discoveries ,-advo-
Too much municipal legislation, too the few evils that caae to Mr. Barr Madison Recorder. The Recorder has school: 1 iw-.ui-- t M ..., the a
that this unearthed city will cared. the free coinage of silver. It .
much state legislation, too ranch congressional 's attention have been made to pro- ;reveal 'was the money of our "daddies; the another "congratulation for the governor. increase. i.iar.M : '. 't' A

legislation. Too many laws ." He has for the maiattNiaart- the "c'1Ectll.r -.
duee an eect on the minds of Northern '"mosey of the constitution;" and as appointed another one
make too many courts too many readers totally dif erert from the ot hilt friends to oik-e in 1Iat&atHour.- ; f'armt"f of the Tilth. ;
Mr. Bryan says that the money a.ba'tles .we have above said until Wall street 'rl4"i
courts make too many criminals. ty--setting the primary era' T',' ;"'". : ". I....11 '. .
one a calm straight statement i system aside
of the !
p dimensions and CQl-:least its shadow along the path of political .
as a useless rltce of t it' '..r. ,.' fCUMA
of conditions would rraVe. political
sfnction of the
If left to the newspapers of Florida : Dreadnaught would parties, no part would have dared chinen

Gene Mathews would have no opposition There are abuses in Florida, as ,cost would build twelve thousand boxcars antagonize it. Will Teddy dare!

there are everywhere, but it takes a and box much .Vill te lift -
cars are more his big stick in defiance

resntaiives.for speaker Measured of the by house the cireunvfenrncv of rep 'isagazine writer with an atrophied ;;;reede-1 than battleships. Indeed Mr. of Wall street? We should return to ': While the friend or the ochr can, [ VRf BAD 'l
didate. Mr. W. ,
i conscience to them in the: H. Watson of Marian
and the height and depth present Bryaa; is right. Why go oa from yearto .he "old beaten paths. The "free coinage .
shape that Mr. Barry does in his ari i millions na. will be disappointed at the failureof
, year expending and millions of silver" is needed. Our increasing
Gene in the fullness of the term is a'
, title in tie March Cosmopolitan, because .: their favorite to secure the appoint
of dollars for battleships that 5- trade and tra:c demand a greater '

.f' man. his only purpose has been to ;ally rot ia the docks or becoae too;supply of money. The increase of wa- went, both Mr. Watson and his supporters FORTHREEYEARS[

startle tie minds and play oa the : and''' may find satisfaction in ia -
passions -;antiquated for effective service !gei the increased price on every product <
L r It seems not to have been a very of the who will read this fact that he is still a young man ant f
people. are; abandoned and sold for old junk! now sold 'Upon the markets, demands
, H:cult thing for Thaw's
i attorneys! that
the future
t \9 prove that Thaw was insane at the stOry without an opportunity of knowing ,We haven't had a war with a foreign I a larger supply of money. !onElion. much in store for must necessarily bold Cswulted Phys-clans !o No A nUtes I

: that its is a purposely overdrawn :nation j j.picture ia which battleships were needed since the beginning of organized one whose ability
armhe killed Stanford White but it and character have Cuticura Soap OinlMMC 1
already won sack ,
i in nearly an hUldredears except'the has ever had
nay ke a very serious thing for them governments more general public and Pills and is Saw MbrtN
Sprinkled here and there through,i little tilt with Spain which was money than it cocld employ for useful recognition.-Pvasaro'la 1

ia prove that he is not crazy now the story are lies which stand boldlyout !;entirely unnecessary and could have ,purposes. Every nation on the earth Journal. A number of bis friends well-The Dial :
and will have to be sent sanitarum
to a -
for one of which I quote: beeea i easily avoided and as a matter rand nearly every municipality is indeht. advocated a certain gentle man for Her Entirely

treatment. The corruption beg with the ,*at fact would not have occurred had we \ The cry heard over the land is an o:ce te the county and it was stet, -- -. ,

A Eusus contractor -has announced :convict systen. Instead of an expense;:not sent one of our battleships into for money. Even those men who count ed that" be.. young and amid

that be can build an asphalt roadway ter (Florida's) convicts are a source the Havana harbor where it did not :their money by the millions need more wait so he waited. n. MM four CANNOT RECOMMEND

fret wide for of income This would be all right if'!belo; the colossal years he was agate mentioned and it
to $1.000 per milt As 1 i money to carry on enterprises CUTKURA TOO HWHLY 4
was said he was "too old" .
it business proposition. Instead e aiev
sidewalks five were a they have under contract and
oar are not over feet in ------ '

width about one-half the amount due : it is politics which means graft. TIe Senate committee on Foreign ;CGIl tnction. Our great railway and got here. -.

the street fund would give us good-Last year the 1200 convicts were leased ':Relations has authorized a favorable,steamship corporations are issuing -I "I tars U'11 l\ ,

sidewalks all over the city and finish to C. H. Barnes & Co., of Jack-i report on the treaty with Santo Do-;;bonds in large amounts to obtain money Mr. Flagler will go down to poster. )tin that I.M .'411 r dII :.. a "

sonville. Barnes the bidder relative the collection ty. not only as a multi-miliioair vh WJ bad Isms tat tbw runt t..n
parts: the principal streets Lake WLO- only misgo to of the i to enlarge and increase their transportation I std

City Index !'He had no competitor. The others ;.revenues of that country by the United facilities. If the products of kept his money in motion but as tb<, d pl'.and III t's ttltatea g ..t rrh 1."' I'.',trace. nit

knew it useless:' States. builder of more grand h<**i* :ban \ *.,, t
was i ions silver mires the same as our gold ar- *'*- taMng '. t.. k. 1"

Why do men who pretend to lo\"e This statement is wholly untrue. 1, mines were coined into money iti man of his day. It. runor d that tit dim. n+riatl4M ,* 'Vta ire sr,..

peace hanker for big armies big na- .Politics had nothing to do with the < An Ohio man has lived thirty-four i i would prevent a money famine and is this preparing line to bt hi* ua It r'ect'o'. 11 led meat*, and I s'.N&: ;a.?U'ftj., 't\ .t. ..

elks cad everything that savors of Jessing of the convicts. It was done I days on air aad '.". This item:]I ladd to the prosperity of the countryas by the erection of a Kj N wt 1iIa\1lil IAi LW ra.a \..t". f- <:

war! Why always nurse the war :by sealed proposals submitted to the,ought to interest Florida editors as no other agency under heaver caravansary of magnificent i'n por ssemni( 'Jw.1t> );'.., t.-' 1
Board of State Institutions which: lions and splendor. It is aaid that hr ., .J, .
: .
tpirir? Why always place the soldierY'1'e :the good old summer time is coming,would. Will President Roosevelt antagonize tttisaaar
the civilian! The intellectual were opened in the presence of ail the on when dollars will become scarcer:E Wan street by advocating the has purchased the present ann> !h rracks E 'hi thai I I Alit.l'rW L,1 t' tpt, t .# ." -
should: snpercede the physical and bidders. The contract was awarded ;:than hen's teeth. They should ascertain .I enrichment of our country by utilizing ia that city a* a ate kr p Matt l1tt., : 1\\ 11 tt..r t' '.4 It ,
hotel. *
peace commissioners should sup et- 'to Barnes & Jesup. who do not agree J( his whereabouts and procure his, silver as we are now utilizing -Live Oak Democrat .- '--

., eede the man of the sword. in politics with the present administration 'recipe. i I I gold' We believe Teddy will dare- .-

thus disproving the The A.. Mar's ". FOR WOMAJTS m
imputation -- --- i[t if we size him up right, no power can t

Ex-Senator W. M. Stewart of Nevada of graft made by Mr. Barry. Joe Bailey while telling of his;;:stem-the current that it would lead to, '\Ift..I..bsEn _

who lost a fortune. acting upon ::There were many bids beside the one troubles shed tears and wept became:'I The party so organized would win The Times ;.h. h\ tthlaeat atsiaEt I h s I Churl,! sll itrttka: y tort

a tip given him by his successful politica1 ,made by the successful one a:1d com.,under the law of Texas dueling is*with hands down. tae exportation of Fhwida aUlOt.- ',. a lytlalsililrs. t
( .. A
rival has grown rich again. petition instead of being absent. was :prohibited. If the code were in vogue 'to the cold and uafrift" aorta. ''" .j ', =' '. C't.1

Tbiexsenator has boxed the politicalompa active, plentiful and keen. he claims that he'would keep certain: There are growng evidences thai they cannot hut perish ataetshl' .''-,' t.' ... .
S as well as the compass of Another statement of Mr. Barry's ,politicians in that state busy. Bue,the labor needs of the south are to be from cold aid humor TV .. .. tI'I ..

poverty and riches. He has been all which any "cracker" in the woods ,tears and duels are strange bed !-;,forced upon the attention of congress. tare should pan a tew prohitttia* i two r ),' i ..'

of a oliticiin Republican, ,knows to be false is killing or capture al stlltatotn ,s .
tons populit as follows. lows. They didn't use to oingle iaj:if. lOt to a finality at this session, at M .t -

silverwig. tj. ldhna:. etc. quote again: "Laceration from the '>olden times. ;;least to some definite end beforetarry u. citevamtanoet uttt the} aRata t.iwirw .iyxt ,_
become :tv 1
saw palneuo. when exposed to theIdews suScfcatlynable natarnwa t\
-- ----- ., sessions have .
i come and :cue. Maltlrxaxiet l
A preacher and his wife at the ofWwn d i!:l of the forest, goes into nrflam- The wisdom of Stonewall Jacksonis ;The crystallization of this sentiment them to k{ the Ilnral dNht iw .s .'pty we t' -.

of Saleci Mass., have enterfd ;;:l motion sometimes blood poison: even : drawing a pension of twenty dol-'';I was seen in the consideration of the Tampa Ttmv. atolls" ". 'hr I H, t- \
into singular contract- They :]I.aeat h. There is \ y 'r-.1 tlr .'M.rtl I V- !5 V
a always intense -
pain. lars per month from the federal treasury :!:immigration bill when the southern r lm.Mti "'llwt.ttt *
"etiw is' -
!have ft-en married over twenty years. Saw palmetto scratches. It doesn't j for services rendered by her dis-,,'senators joined in an attack upon the Hon. Frank \ al.pote Get n.H'f *i1".4 Aq, "l t,'w oL

heed happilv together and all suddenly lacerate. It never produces blood |tiEgnished husband in the war against'Mexico. :I:Root amendment shutting out Japan- "U J'.t f ;Aatau' flair ++*rd4 hw Ills erlfaisuwt I
agreed to disagree. They have en- poison unless the is | fit 'r.M. xtt +ah n .t
person so She refused a pension of one ''ese laborers. According to the south- .. TT-Jtstrl ttth
mar rhi: hIt t" as wvil'atr
teed into agreement to live apart for ;; that an antiseptic needle! WO'lJ.d !!hundred dollars per month from the ssntsnd 'mil- + ill eAiwrM.rt. q.ad
!,jemera.he negro has ceased to be a and then hI C"W pure of "_ I 4t Il.Mrer t '.' ." .
three years, during which time neith-j:;i produce gangrene. j state of North Carolina because she .solution of the labor problem and the ltieiudMr. Aetonllaaatre ? {''a1l+eawmti Ills -etfl yr "."A p.lsa

er !? to say one word in disparaget !!I: It is a clean scratch and never "in-i i thoi ht that, there are many widows !;jiorth: and west are taking ta thmsel- .; I i tafr' .-d-..q Rtiy. +i i

t1 t of th* other and after the lap tensely: painful." The rabbit told the I j|0' Cod :e soldiers wo are receivjis !!yes practically all the desirable itaimigrants : ClatRte- 1lutb- b. I ; \ '.' -. '!'MA.-.

ftr three years are to apply for a dijfc I I fox he was born and bred in the brier Ii j ;? no pensions and who are core]; that land at the northern;:lrie tM.. ueekt than twtlet, { tie f I

rose. I i patch. Put a "cracker" in a bsaciofj;destitata than she fa..4e !j port3. +I I!:I hU tt\ 'Of'bf} a drNK weda I tfti'. \1

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I 9- 1 } __ a I|II PATRIOTIC ENTERTAINMENT.I [!FLORIDA LEADS LIST OF NATION. !1 Prevent Headache. "Didn't Know it Was Loaded.

AL PENSIONERS. i j Force them? No-aids them. Ra I
I I mon's treatment of Liver Pills and i
V" ,I! and Mrs. Marion M. Litte! en- l I 'Tonic Pellets strengthens the liver "Monday evening! at the residenceof

; tertained, Friday evening in honor of Mrs. Phoebe Sparkman, 110 Years and digestive organs so that they do Capt. Thos. Sweeting a fatal and

THE STATE CAPITAL : Colonel and Mrs. J. E. Redwine of Old Gets Special RecognitionBy ': their own work and fortifies your sorrowful accident occurred. His eldest

;!I Gainesville, Ga.. the former being a Congress. | constitution against future troubles. son Willie, just returned from a

I life long friend of the host. Entire treatment 25 cents at Tyd- :sponging voyage, purchased from a
.I *
i ings & Co. :3Apalachicoiaisms. :
With the exception of He,'. and Mrs. Florida can justly lay claim to the pawn shop a cheap revolver took it
-t R. Atkisson, Mr. and Mrs. H. C. unusual record of hating the oldest l.. home and as he was showing thepur-
' Brtnneraan of California Capt.Y.. :pensioner on the rolls of the national, :chase to his father the pistol (
DEFENDED-OTHER ITEMS OF INTEREST. :. t 1 If you can't plant fire acres inpeaches sup''posed
4 i L. Ditto and Mr. and Mrs. W. S. Durst government. The Washington Times : to be unloaded) went off kill

_-_-._ ---- _-n__-m.. _n. JIOIt.-r ,lihe. latter old friends of Col. Redwine has the following interesting bit of plant three acres or as many ;ing the younger brother who was
-" -- I. acres as you can. Peach culture will
in Gainesville. Ga., the invited guests news: kneeling at his feet cleaning his shoes.

} |M-r.at; to 'ItO..ala Banner: panmcutb; has kept me from discuss-1 were only those of longest residencein I I "Phoebe A. Sparkman. 110 years old {pay sss ;;The coroner's jury, after invest igan.
Ta i id has 't', February -Marion jug i ; many things simply for the reason I I
second ward. foH Mr. of Fairfield. Fla.. has been
; the as >vs: just granT- |returned verdict of accidental s>hiwting. .
niuu'i Pat ,f HI for material ivcogm- : luat I I was an employee and that spots on the sun will perhaps
S my and Mrs. I.. Dozier, Col. and Mrs. J. ed an increase of pension by specialact Iha-e ."-Key West Advertiser.
thin itk when Governor Brow- i a telling effect on the man who.don't
judgment be
lion j might sam to be biased
H. Livingston Mr. and Mrs. F. E. of congress. She is by far the i I

trd mate the appointment of a super- I by that fact. There is no denying the ([Harris. Mr. and Mrs. W. S. Bullock, oldest pensioner on the rolls of the bu .. believe! it* pays* ss to advertise. ,The Balance of the Government Lot

: visor of convict. lion. John T. Lewis fact that there is no matter of public i Purchased. :
Mr. and
Mr. and Mrs. C. L. Bittinger, reau. previously received $S per ii

the new supervisor, possesses the I interest so thoroughly misunderstood Mrs. J. T. Lanclster.11'. and Mrs. nouth! end the special act increasesher i I If you had an acre of ground plant- i j Mer. R. L. Anderson received a wire
of character and las is this ed in bearing Alberta peachl'sou ,
rttptttd honesty pur- matter of what a man of my \V. S. Pike Col. and Mrs. L. J. Parr. allowance to $1;. i from Congressman Sparkman Moa .
that marked Senator I could afford to take a trip to the mountains -
Butch calls the
1 acquaintance "two-eyed- I Mr. and Mrs. G. W. Martin Mrs. S. "Mrs. Sparkman is the widow of 'I
''ionl be succeeds and is an excellent I fund" Attorneys fees are occupying antlers and Mrs. E. P. Moody, all of Henry Sparkman of the First Regiment 1 next summer. the purchase of the balance oi the

Casa tor the l+o IUon. I the time of the editorial mind. just. horn few who Florida j The Congressional Record is useful !
were present except a Mounted Militia. 1S3: JE'hvrrd's lot had passed the house ofrepresentatives
for stuffing the mail sacks when mail
Another appointment cf Berne interest I now and there has been no expenditure -. mere detained by illness. to 1S40, during the Florida Indian war. ]!''weighing j and would meet with
times arrives.
un account of the prominence of | that has not been legitimate and The house was beautifully decoratedin Mrs. Sparkman married him in 1S=G, i [no r; osition in the senate.
No it not the Franklin
the BMW receiving it, was that of |proper. There is a load wail concern- I Florida foliage and great bunchesof and when he died in 18S4 she receivedthe :| With the magnificent building in the
,apiarist who wished to cross his bees
Prank Walpole. better known as the I ling attorney's fees and expenses within cherry blossoms (a la plum) and $S pension allowed to widows. In I [center of this lot that the appropriation -
with lightning bugs so that the bees
"..d headed editor of )Manatee" to beeoMiy I the past six yean.. The trustees are stood ,
leaves everywhere: long loops a sworn petition accompanying the will erect Ocala will have something I Ii
could have light all night.-\pllachi-:
treasurer of Manatee county. engaged in litigation in which the very of red white and blue streamerswere documents in the case. Mrs. Spark- I of which she may be justlyI

The court has bawled down existence of the fund is the issue. Millions in shield. showed that her cola Times. i t
Mtpreroe held place by our man age is 110 years. I I proud.

a 4erUiofi in the mandamus proce d- of acres of land and millions of Each guest was given a small and indicated the records which prove --- -_. -- - -

t h*. acafcbt the Atlantic Coast Line dollars. The stake is worth all that is shield the gentlemen's bearing the it..

railway, and when the governor ap- being spent to win it, and if it is lost I name of one of our earlier presidents,

pats a pivtte secretary there will I there will be some satisfaction in I the companion card bearing the maid- OUR NEW STATE PRISON IN.

t. Mthinn left for discussion until thetaftotatttr knowing that a part of it was spent leI. name of the l lady whom he mar- SPECTOR.Mr. DIRECT FROM OUR DISTILLERY

dewvnds upon Tallahassee, trying to save the whole. Prior to ,ried. After all were mate:: !. they were

.bw, of cotioe. something new de- 1901! there was the sum of JCC.4I5.C2; ushered to the sitting room where John T. Lewis of Moss Bluff

: Ipaoffiebody dies or somebody paid out in attorney's fees and expen they paid their respects to the "Father who has recently been commisisoned

ttt+a..... !ses. A man is not necessarily dishonest of His Country," a large magnificent inspector of state convicts in the WilLOW DALEWHISKEY
because he has been employed as I
portrait of the general drapedin
Of very general interest la the opin- place of Hon. Newton A. Blitch. elect
1SS4 I
attorney for the trustees. In
the colonial colors and surround 1
,. la* of the supreme court in the man- ed a member of the railroad commission
Fleming and Daniel received from the
by the colonial! and the United States
was in town Monday and left
AMMO prc+eaedings! against the Atlan-
trustees the sum of $7.000 fee andexpenses
flags. on the train for Tallahassee to havea
tie Co**! Line railway filed Wednesday 1'
in The suit of the Union *
:: Beneath this to which
portrait was consultation with Governor Brow- HiSisfiJpir
afternoon. The court
k through I I II
Jtatge Whttfield declares that themttrund Trust Co., and W. H. Gleason against pinned the ale of his birth, marriage ard before entering upon the duties of
{the trustees. First and last Judge 4
I and death, stood a small cherry tree his new office.
cotnmiwion law affords (
aMMMly George P. Raney a man whose character loaded with'cherries.l cluster of
"which appears to be adequateto uie selection of Mr. Lewis was not
and honor none questioned, received -
which was picked by each president only a splendid compliment to him
raforce the duty of the respondent
i as fees and expenses as counsel present. These cherries when opened FULL EXPRESS
to furaifthing sufficient motive but was also a compliment to our iQ85
fo the trustees sum in the neghbor-
I disclosed a question bit of.history romance -
and and to county as there were one hundred and F
cant as transportat-
a pawr I hood of $ ;;).OO'J. Those were fat fees in connection with the
this will in this forty-nine applicants for the offirc { PREPAID
taNt freight, court not QTS. .t'
yet they have not greatly agitated the .
life of some presi(! nt. mail
praess4NK undertake at his time to !! I Mr. Lewis is a of reoslute and

tllllrM the mandate of the alternative !j public mind. To anyone who wishesto Led by General Washington who rugged honesty and is popular with all Send us $2.85 and we will ship -n R in a plain

be fair in his judgment the infor- was Mr. C. H. Brenueman, a nephewof ci.e'f'.t no marks to show l.'OIt.!"->, i.:ur.full
who know him. He is native Ala
a 01
writ to furnishing cars and en-
a. oration is within reach and can be J. H. iutni WILLOW DALE RYE, c\p-vsd prepaid. !
:Mr. C. L. Bittinger and Mrs. '
gla*.. and a* to transporting and deUvrtae ;had for the asking. These reports are I bama, but has been living in Floridafor ** frIt: ad if 3'oadon'c find it all nlt: and the .
Curtis "
"Martha :
freighu.! If made sufficiently Livingston as about twenty years. lIe first hada best ')u ever tasted send it b irk to us at our ex- i

4eatl the mandate as to repairingthe published for the benefit of the public I guests repaired to the dining room position with Mr. James A. Harris %, if? pen...e mil your ?J.5o will ba piomptly refunJeJ.Ivi' .
i I and should be read. where refreshments were served in :; At. +-tN ; situ! a .: .-offer?
in the conduct of his '
big -
roadie! and track may be enforc4 : orange Reuie'iiber we are distillers when \0:1 buy

hi tbU proceeding as there does the form of cherry consomme, and red I at Citra and was afterwards with him Ii I Ili from us von save the enormous profitb ot the Leon county will remain dry, is the .and white cake served from hatchet i '
art appear to be another adequate at Pannasoffkee. He was also manager ly erg :and avoid all chance of adultcr.ition. You are
.i i fiat that went forth from the county hailed boxes. The table spread doilies of the the sure of getting amhiskcy just PS it conies from 1
re wd" puts fled by law for failure toIi Bishop lounge grove at
ps111rw such duty." I[commissioners at a special meeting I i and napkins were all in flag designs latter place and gained such a reputation "a our distillery, without being tampered with in any 'i

field i : } Tuesday to pass upon a petitionto and tiny flags stood upright at waIf
I I I II. that he
"The by mandamus can as an orange expert :you prefer corn whisker,: we will send you
proceedings I
call an election to vote whether or each corner of the table. The centerpiece :j fair
selected the commission 2i(4 fullquartsofourALLANSINCLAIR'SCORNiIII
be resorted to where there is i was by great .
ugly :not the saloons shall remain closed. I. was a circle of cherry leaves, : house of Stanley and Company of i ; i WHISKEY for S2.80,express prepl 1. You can't r.
other adequate legal remedy to aclaaplUh I } better from anybody else at
r I fron; which extended small shadesof I 't buy a corn
I Chicago one of the oldest and largest tll
unanimously -
rj.. th> purpose sought thereby.Wbtw white and blue each holding 4 1jI i any price. 'j!
the court will not enforce the I i firms in the United States as their Our guarantee of perfect satisfaction or money

writ it i not come up to the legal requirements. a candle of the same color. The place Florida buyer which position he held W i R i refunded goes with every shipment we make. You .:;

) aMMtai of the alternative as I So Tallahassee will remain (officially! ) card of each president was a mounted I for a number of years. While V I run no risk when you deal with us as the owners tf
to framed a peremptory writ will not representing ii I I of our have resources of a million dollars
dry during the session of the legisla- likeness of himself; while that of his I company ;
this house he visited all
.Mew thereon, since the writ must be I por- h'1fTCREEIcOISTI and will do exactly as we say
: iture. historical
partners contained something tions of the section of this I rff
dtttftd as a whole, if at all. An ali -t in connection with his administration. ,. orange I 'p MACON.GA II ,SB THE SWIFT CREEK DISTILLING CO. ff
amended. If I state and went on several trips to Cub TtaioeaTRtRTi+ MACON GA.
be f
: Msalstlre may has end to the dullest! I ,
I Lent put an The lamp shades were all in
alt-. will be entered that unless the (I I II ., the Bahamas and adjacent islands. Owner of Registered DUtillery No. 29.. Shift Creek
!'social season" within the memory of red white and blue and the candlestick (i He handled thousands and thousands C&f
JnU within tea daysplUrntl : '1
1 atlarrey general : I
!alla lassee's oldest inhabitant. As of colonial design was decorated ':-
of dollars as he bought the oranges .. :.
the alternative writ so as to -- -- -- -
Ihe legislature is so near, the capital colors.
in the national ;
and did not commission
outright ship on -

1 Iraalarta lo the principle announced I city will emerge" from the season of Later in the evening cherry phos- and gave exceeding satisfaction': ........................... .......................... j 1'
tfc this upinkm the motion to quash I into !
sackcloth and ashes to plunge a served over which Capt.
phate was
to this firm and remained with it until !
tthe att* writ will be amended: semblance of gaiety. Jefferson waxed eloquent I
;. Ditto as Thorn it went out of business. :FERTILIZER i
Tfc* ftMtM having sealed th' queMm ?-
j Like the man who fell from the in a toast to Miss Mary Wayles
The office of state inspector of prisoners .
trf the pu| rr of the railroads to |dome of the capital and was unhurt Skelton Mrs. Redwine.) :
disatfe. is an important one and is especially OUR BOOKS WILL TELL YOU
lUMfort freight with -( Because he "fell slowly," we take our Many pleasant reminiscences wereindulged I .
so at his time when so manynewspapers ,
ibre. Is no reason why it should excitement temperately here in Talla- in and not a few of those :"Fl.ORIDA YEGETABLES"-A corn- 'IRISH POT.\TOES"-Book on f
and of the
at.HNkiR the ineffectual branch of the hassee.. present were able to trace their ancestry magazines I : pletl' manual on Florida crops. "Soil Seed Planting and Cultivation t f'
much about
country have so to say
j,.. ale's gtmM-nment that it has lately back to the time of the presidents Effect of Fertilizers DIgging ;
our treatment of the convicts. II I
wart t.t l.f rou ldl'rt't1. and late as : "FLORIDA ORAXGES"-Book of and Shipping"
Onfo the: candidates Knew there wasa represented even as We believe that Mr. Lewis will do
dismusiK !
Mr Kills and Governor Broward Roosevelt time. special interest to range grow 'PIXEAPPLE FERTILIZI G"-ot i
municipal election in progress Tuesday Theodore I his duty fearlessly and conscientiously :

the opinion of the court arrival wbech lent color to the tale that As Mrs. Sanders played "Dixie" ly if he finds any abuses will not .. er$. special interest to pineapple '
I Iuld
at the very wtUtactory the candidates all voted for each oth- ".\ Lang Syne" and "Home SweetHome" hesitate to have them corrected.is I a growers. .
,7 that a rwowlv' I* within reach for er as they used to do down in Dade the guests departed, each leel- friends were showering him I : "FLORIDA STRAWBERRIES"- FERTILIZERS" -nook s ,

alaks hat have caused so much 'county when there wen only thirty- .ing rejuvenated and more loyal than I with co ngratulations Monday. : Booklet OIl "Soil Varieties Cut all of our different brands, analy : :

ssssiittt. against the railroads! of I'six inhabitants in the county, and no ever to that man who was "first in i --- : P tivation and Fertilizationses. prices etc. !
thfc ... Mr gills said: "We will I
tllahs drat" put their tracks an.l road-lone, else took interest enough in the war first in peace, and "first in the I Master Nat Brown who takes great I II i New and revised Edition of the above just published, free for asking. i
of his
election to rote. hearts countrymen. interest in printing office affairs. !!

irrl fe* fund condition through this lion. \\'. M. Mclntosh. jr., was elected The Washington idea was carried I ': .
showed old of the Boston
and regulate
oommis- mayor: A. II. Williams city clerk; gut in every detail and was entirelyoriginal I Gazette and Journal bearing date of ; i
the railroad
LJltlu through collector Z. C. with the hostess she naviug
W. H. Chancey tax ;
through March 1:, liiO, six years before the .
..... It makes no difference reputation as a designerat I'
F enu, treasurer won quite a The ,advertisements
.eajis so loag as we remedy abroad. revolutionary war. ; .1N.01N4............ ..........................:
I home :, are espt'cial1quaint.. Since .
it .*..." Squash Pie Truly the patriotic spirit was gen !:this paper was printed the newspapfrbusiness -- -- --- -- --- .- .

Steam squash until soft. When cool) I orally manifested in our city this past!: J strides
has made wonderful

0au" than usual interest and val- work through collander. To one qaurt week and old and young have paid I!and the world has grown apace.A Mr IV F R &MAC1OY

a. as tiro reportk of the various de- of this add two level cups of white homage to the I 1 S\

) t attets aow ia the bands of the I:sugar one heaping teaspoonful of "Great kindly soul who came in time I big supply of sealing wax and

slat .....Her. These reports will beilitted 'I Iw salt, four well beaten eggs and about to serve his country's need. I corks for sealing syrup bottles and FURNITURE DEALERSWE

b>. the governor to the one quart of milk. Bake in pie tins To serve her with the timely word ,jars. !

f t f' isghdsture ana their recommendations I with an under crust. This wikk make and with the valiant deed. I x TYDINGS & CO. J CARRY EVERYTHING IN THE LINE OF

tip a bal of part of his message about three averaged size pies.
M the tefUiature, which is now occu- ( A Handicap. I House Furnishings j Parlor Suits

p... the time and thought of the I I Admiral Asa Walker superinten.\\. A bottle cf beer exploded in a man's j Proprietor of the Rugs Art Squares ar.d Mattings. t in Leather Upholstered and Reid .I;

.. arw es""'t'tLast week a sum- dent of the naval !) ,:hand in Jacksonville a few days ago :, DUNNELLON BAKERY

aIly of. comptroller's report was I ing extensive data on the existence of !I I and tore his hand nearly to pieces. It- Is now prFueC: to ship Bread Cakes, Bed Room Suits Dining Room Suits

volume Unlike his brother astronomers -I : Pies Etc.. on short nctice. and guarantees ; .
It is sun spots. before the
..1S 10 the pttblU a is a good thing it exploded in Mahogany Birch. Birc'seye i of all!! kinds-Mohogany and Oak.Maple .
Ii all I!
I satisfaction in cases.
thai !JbtMt;. be carefully read by e\"erYi I Admiral Walker is proPhes-1(,man drank it. If it had exploded afterwards Give: him a tr.al.Branch's: and Oak. 'i I f x-t i

.; tax payer :In the state, it contains de-I jag no dire disasters in the way of !i iI his internal improvements: China ond Crockery
worth thetime I i floods or pestilence as a result of the 'i i i : r I
tatia aDd :' formation well would have been badly shattere-i. Gen.ine IVliSSlOn! Furniture Complete! line-Dinner: Sets and !
read it. Mr. i spots. I ro :
that r would take to News.
Jasper In all the different finlshjs; ; Odd Pieces i iI
.....f.. report of the roueattonallf And had a fund been raised to put I; RattiesDake Watermelon Seed

MMtera of Florida went to the printer.I! One correspondent sent in two subscriptions him in a hospital for repairs it proba- :
: PUTS Strain in United States
t tUa weft and also is full of valuable to the weekly this week :I ibly would have been called an internal :! Only selected forty 1
Carefully kept
; All Kinds of Bed and Table Linens Lace Curtains Portiers "
however and another correspondent sent two ,
: formation. To my mind I Improvement Fund.- ,years. No other variety grown on

t\.. the rigor of the commissioner of agriculture Ilast week. This is the kind of inter- ;:plantation of 1.500 acres. Pure seed and Upholstering Goods

upon the state convicts, of jest friends to manifest. Show a copy j And Joan Collins would have insisted .;:impossible where different kinds
Heaters Ran Cook Stoves
;:!aregrov.Ti; l z.15c.; 2oz.25c.J oz. .es
in ;ito vour tuvov, Push the, good work ,
will be placed of
all the report that I[ upon an itemized statement expenditures lOc; 1fo> COco: lib $1 : 5K $4.53: U' 3>
the had of the members pf the 1 1Wamw. I..,. i but never go after it.- ,$S.50;} delivered. Full i it' f L i"to-
i* the one that should be ;'.\.- !iWauchula\ tor.I I i i Remit registered letter or mosey or- turn .Mouldings. Full stock of

.* earwful .4tng. Mr. McLin '1:);; fIHJrnSCOHDjTIOH: D I:' Ana had the Times Union made der. Send for seed annual.
rl j Manual on melon culture on all or- :! Farm and Turpentine Wagons Buggies Harness and Saddles
< pat a .r. it it lval of heart anti' tio-hT! (mention Claude L'Engle would take it ,,ders. ,

this pan of his report .it-alms! r 10y 'las a basis and prove that the T.-V. is.. Exclusive sale of the best wagon on earth the Studebaker.

f a It fee. with the state's nnfortu- ,-owned by the "corporations" n- M. I. BRANCH, And carry the very best line of High Grade Baggies and Carriages.: 5

DM+f. D ,do Democrat. :; Columbia Co. Berzelia, Ga.

Tfce publishe-1 report of tue trustees Tnf OionJoC''l t Y i DI 'ck. Lim. Crtnhnt. .i r

of the improvement fund so far t s.ur-SICK CUR fO_ u rra'u W1'lf Y'E) i Fins Brood Mares. r- Building Iair.L tll.tlliltlr ferPoints aid)
rr rr
1 bas Wen a fruitful source of dISCUS' DA.! M.?urns!!!TI5t a ( Education Mail Flintkote Roofing
I by
load ,
trk< MMI of these discussions reveala : oiMA.YYtARS TO e I Tit BEST: MtaC.FC' MHU4ET ( We have just gotten m a car Material I Oils I (
fA Ol&TASE IH STOCK Of AU.Ki3STltCflM of the finest; brood mares ever broughtto .
of information upon theWtbj RiseatsA7PVTLArantWe: 'M c TJtL"rrsW:',:.yA Ko leaving bCBM jipormeot toFetan eda White Lead, Yarn she' Elc ;
RtertBi lack the and to them is to ad- ;
state see
AN5 K II CT A FCOD Bl'T"'. _YAitotan{? aixni. Uulizcoalygcantuaegadyiazklbonia.rfirj
-ct. which. however, has not de- Krt viV{ IT A RML *H9 SAY Ok af'MALS..n' .. mire them. We will sell them at Arnnmetl.t.*. Goomecry. Wall Paper. Alabastino and Magnite Wall Paints.i .
,BoiH!ikK1Lat1D.em.T..UT ,
29 CINTS A Rxt Gnmmtr Kbetonc
terrnl person from discussing: the! I /ORSAteTAaGT; ; MMUFaCT uO! BYi very reasonable prices. Come: and and Ta.p&y 11.0.. Taocltere aided all and give us a trial. S&nWe will not be undersold and will please yoaMclver

i ..i( mitten therela contained.! The fact j A CKERHAH8] : SIE T.riI ate' look MARION them over FARMS at STABLES paa..t esamin.tbavitYro ,l :I.nuas.h tCatal"1r118r t".na.

tbn I am eoiptoyeJ ia ow of the de- xx Ocala Fla. .& ,Mackay.


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I I REBELLION IN CHINA. i "OLD IRONSIDES'' COMING. I ...................++++ t. .......................
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, I i SENATOR S. R. MALLORY j jANNOUNCES j I,,i Special to the Ocala Banner: Famous Frigate Constitution to Be I! A

Shanghai, Feb. :27.-Twenty thousand I. Exhibied at the Jamestown Ex 1

CANDIDACY | troops: have been dispatched to. position. : i i IGOU & HENDERSON I

i ii ii i I the central provinces to prevent a t .

4 (Hu-nan .

i $ .wangtunt;. Special to the Ocala lla.,nH. ; .. of Marion anti! I'Juugm.- .
the people
to .
We beg to announce
Washington Post. & Norfolk, Va., Feb. 21.-\ report re. I j f
i ; Sun Yat Sen. the Kwangtung rebel.I i> counties that we have purchased a block near the curt .hon't. 4

, :leader who escaped from the Chinese reived from Charleston Navy Vary. large *hM* a>: au, 4
N.NlNO&_404._&_._..!4llObM '1OGb0 iSl4t 4S:44< .4+++44 Mass. states that the faa'ousold : p square on Exposition street and open a :
: legation in London a few years ago Boston and acquaintancein -
With experleac
: retail mule and horse nlark('t. 4
"I shall be a candidate to tmci'tdtayeelf sue, and on u I oelL.v the citizens in a sensational manner, is in full sea fighter, the "Constitution is :: large stock markets we gu&ramsatisfaction..
to' 4
in the United States senate," of Florida will return --ie for a third charge of the rebels. now undergoing repairs, subsequent 4 .

raid Senator Stephen R. Mallory, of term."' i| The movement is directed against i a visit to the Jamestown Exposition: ;; (0 I 4 4

Florida at the New Willard last Senator .iHor\ j?: loasidertd one +;the present Man*uu dynasty at Pekin. to be held on the' shores cf Hampton : Will @!so Conduct c General! Livery Stable.

algbt. cf the ablest senator:? wlio: represent i,and is assuming alarming propor- Roads. ;; .

For more than a year there has been i ithe southern states. His father, who ;i tions. Tile vessel has been in the Charier- ; :a4444 OU4$ OG<.000i+044+4 6.+3'It( i..N 4 ...... ........

tome- speculation as to whether the bore i the same name, represented PIor.I I Signs of unrest are reported from ton Navy Yard since October, ISt-T, rrw

Senator would again seek election to I ida in the senate in the fifties, and '!all over the country for it is feared where she was towed from Portsmouth rrr .----- -

the senate, because of illness which I I was afterwards secretary of the navy [thai the full strength of the imperial N. H., and owing to many i LANDS.

.. last year incapacitated him from at- I i of the Confederate states. While his i'forces will not be able to cope with years neglect, it will be almost mid ,' .

ttndicg to his duties at the capitol for |father was in the senate the present I the rebels. summer before she will be able to T

' a part of the time, but since last senator I often acted as page. and in I i Ii i join in the grand naval pageantry I If you have lands you \vMi to sell, left- -r rant,

autumn the senator's condition has so that capacity was associated with Arthur !I Manchuria, Feb. 27.-An outbreak :I that will be on display during the period -! or if you want u buy lands for farming, razing,

improved that today he looks the pic- Pue Gorman and John Wilson.. I I is daily expected from. this place, of the Jamestown Exposition.The I turpentining or lumber purpof-es.

twr of health, and he has not misseda IHe afterwards went to Georgetown i I where a battalion of Chinese troops Constitution is 175; feet in !i .

single session of the stnateor of'college. When he was graduated he ihave i murdered its officers and joined'. length andt feet in width, with a : Write toBLOUNT ,

any committee of which he is I moved to Pensacola, where he enter !the rebels. normal load draught of 1970 tons. No :

a member since the assembling of ed upon the practice of the law. ship of ancient or modern type l bas I II REAL ESTATE CO.

congress. This declaration, however, I In 1S76 he was elected a member of I Pekin. Feb Exceptional precautions I had such a glorious career as the Con ;

U the first that he had made in regard 1 the lower house of the Florida legislature -! have been taken here and the .stitution. OCALA, FLORIDA.

i to his candidacy. i and since then has been sl-i royal palace is doubly .guarded. i Such was the uniformity of her success !:

r **I now feel thoroughly able to em- !;most continuously in public life The I Foreigners are arriving here from I! that the British admirality ordered i _."" 'r- ------ ---- --.--_-..-.......----y---- .q.- --- --'.1 -- --

democratic in his tastes all the provinces. that the English frigates: should
bark a vigorous campaign: con-I senator is : '
'4++tiff4ah4441+4444' 4. !.0-+.....NO/.4+.4..1aIiM f
y tinned the senator, "and shall endeavor I and is one of the most popular men I not fight her unless they met her ;:i (r

to speak in every county in the Jin congress. He has been persistent !ALL CANADIAN ROUTE TO KlON- force. On August 1!*, 181?. she fought ; .

Mate. I shall stand upon the record I|In: his efforts to. further the interests DIKE. I the Guerriere for four hours leaving i i; i NEW STORE ; i i

that I have made during the ten years i jof Florida, and at present i is seeking I I i i ,,the latter a total wreck, which co-i'd .i

< 1 have served the people of my state I Ito scare a great"dry dock at Pensa- : Special to the Ocala Banner: not even be brought into port' as a : i : 1\11 FISI-I EL i :

f l in the tsnate. That will be the.s- ;cola. : Boston, Mass., Feb. 27.-Henry prize.: Under Commodore BainlMide:' I : +.

r. --. .Blitz and Louis Anerback, both of this off the coast of Brazil in December of i I, d f .
__ -- '! she captured the British 0 .
i city, have notified the Canadian government tte Fame year

i THE SHAME OF "IT ALL. i AN A tAUL'.' IN FLORIDA. : that they would make application I frigate: Java after. a sharp fig.t.; ': i NE\\T STORE U

: at the next session of parliament Again off Cape Verde Islands in a

One of the wretched features of the I The lard Cr.acpeiitan Magazine, I i to incorporate a company to : fight that lasted less than an horn i H 1\1. FISHEL H t

:the Constitution under Captain Stewart :
I of from the north-
i' wretched Thaw trial is the attitude recently published by William Ran- build a line railway Go .
!ern boundary of British Columbia to i captured both the frigate Cram i" .
mother of Mrs. Harry Thaw has .
the dolph Hearst, carries for its leading I 9
i Dawson City by way of the Yukon i and the sloop Levant, although thesehips I .

assumed toward her daughter. In the ,i article the Net Slavery of the South, I river :yalley. .: weie far: superior to the Crntttutioa. ,-
I. ; ; NJ11STOIE: U i
cross-examination of Evelyn Thaw yesterday !which is directed especially at Florida They have already secured a provisional I

i it was observed by Delmas i.![ and its ''poisono':; saw palmettoes. :i charter for a line from Vancouver -:I I, In the midst of the modern \var- .
,. : : M.: I FISI-IEL I : : "
of the representative countriesof
to the northern boundary of the hsips
one of the counsel for Thaw, that A great states lan said he I I .
province Known as the British Colum- the world, old "Iron Sides" anchored I dsI4 .
Jerome frequently referred to notes could noi draw an indictment againsta ; .
bia Northern and Alaska;: road and in historic Hampton Roads, will

geld in his hands while asking questions whole ptople, but Hearst has succecutd with the contemplated line connecting I.be one of the most interesting and ed- NE'vV STORE 1 :
!: in getting the work done, and
; of the witness. It became so with Dawson an all Canadian I ucational exhibits of the Exposition. ; .
only ask for a careful reading of it to .
'. notorious that Delmas called attention route to the Klondike;: will be estab i U :
Florida's innocence of I
demonstrate :lished. !SURVEYORS FOR THE PHILIP I : 1\1. FISI-IEL I tI

r' to it. It was understood that the charges made, says the Jacksonville : PINES. I u : :

these notes were handed Jerome by Times-l pion. Indeed, nothing ; i i I 0 .
but the denunciations and the The abolition of the South Carolina i .
l the mother of Evelyn, who all along i pictures : Special to the Ocala Banner: s t
, : are evidence. Evidence from f dispensary is a cold water triumph : : NEvSi'O1EI l !
protested against her daughter reflecting I which the W. C. T. U. cannot afford Washington, Feb. ?:!Examinations
,other states are furnished, and the .
upon the memory of White. I I are being held today of candidates to I
f to ignore. Any city or state can -
name of Pensacola as the scene cf the olierate I
To properly understand the moth trial is supposed to prove the guilt of a water works extensively, but fill at least thirty vacancies in the I i M. FISHEL. i

i er's unnatural position, it is only necessary Florida. no state has been able to operate a position of surveyor, at SI,400 each I .
to recall some of the testimony A case of cruelty already punished ;. saloon successfully.Times.Vllion. per year, in the Philippine service, .......+..+. .........+...........................J

; in the Thaw case that has been and similar vacincies as they may
by a Florida court :and jury is adduced -: oC'j .
L brought out. When White met Evelyn A Big Fish. cur in the service. Field -
and we are told that an official :,
Nesbit, then a mere strip of a are allowed surveyors when on duty
; and a citizen of Ocala entered into a' Major T. II. Haley was showing the

girl, it seems he found it necessary to conspiracy with the magistrate to photograph cf a big fish yesterday and absent from their permanent sta

, cultivate Evel "Il's mother, and with tions.
from the caught at Clearwater on the 14th of
kidnap negroes turpentine ,
: this end in view he made several visIts camps! Next: we have a photograph February by his son, Ed. Haley. The It is not necessary for the applicantto .

:i to her humble home, and manifested of Governor Broward with the state- :. F.sh weighed :220.Wanted.Position: appear at any particular place for

such a fatherly interest in the examination as their eligibility will
ment that he would stop peonage: if'I
i child and such sympathy for the widow as woodsrider; be determined upon the evidences furnished '
he could, but finds himself powerless
t in her poverty, that he only pro- has experience and can furnish some : upon application form concern-
If the charge against state o clals
" jKised to provide for her and Evelyn labor. Address, "Woodsrider, Ocala ing their education, training and exlerience. -
t. be true, he cannot be "powerless, I
, and her son, sending the latter to Banner. :,.1 .
I Let can punish: on his own initiative. We
school; but when the time came- I The persons selected will be notified 4
only object that the language implies .y
when the flower was ready to pluck-;: FOR RENT. in a few weeks time.'
, an admission from the governor that
he sent the mother abroad, lla}ing
peonage exists. The text gives no i
F her way to paris, getting such absolute New corner store in Ocala. 0y
instance of such admission. Charges
control over the mother and herconfidence ; 3.1 T. II. WALLISFor
K are made against the management of Jerry Burnett
as to induce her to leave
convicts. Here the has
state governor :
! the child being a little over 15 years Sale-A good paying fresh meat' 5- Jf
fail power, and is largely responsiblefor W SS SSS T: .:
odin! his care.White's I and grocery blusiness, in a growing Merchant
conditions. town on the west coast, with good
seeming disinterested I
;, Nothing in the text alleges cruelty t railroad and water communication.' r
friendship would not have been mis I For further information at this
or fraud or wrong against! the East apply Tailoring.
taken by a southern mother a well I office. a-l-5t
I Coast railway, but the photograph of
bred woman; but they have a different
f H. M. Flagler is printed with the lints !
standard of virtue and of morals I Wanted-Position as woodsrider; l 1 ; f .
' I"whose East Coast railway is largely has experience and can furnish some f ill ;
_ at the north; a different social condition
responsible for slavery conditions in j labor. ddrcss'ooJman, Ocala, Ban
I that we neither understand nor I ner. 1t Ocala, Florida.
Florida. The federal government and i -
want to understand.The 1
I tne federal district court have carefully I Finest and
mother of Evelyn was e\'ident.1 j I Bulls for Sale. FOUR SAILINGS EACH WEEK
investigated conditions on the : Domestic Cloths. .
ly impressed by the lavish expenditure '
East Coast, and no charges are now on Grade and pure bred shorthorns, BETWEEN
t of money by White on herself, the dockets nor have any convictions': home raised and ready for B rvice.S. Cutting a Special

r her daughter and her son; and it enabled I Il H. GAITSK'LL: Fits Guaranteed.

l her to live in comfort and even !been made. ;3-l-4t: McLitu a. Fla. I Jacksonville and New York:
I Action should be taken by the governor : ,
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luxury and to educate her son.
and the state authorities to
It may never have occurred to them I If 4+0+.444$4.44e1+ 444+.44+.4..+444.4.444...4444.44444

t that the money they were reeei\'ingj prove the falsity of the article printedfor Calling at Charleston, S. C., both *ays.THE .

; general distribution in the Cos RKSSr STSAXSHBS IS T2E
was-paid for at a cost that was too .
mopolitan. Mr. Hearst retracted his .
fearful for moral, Christian, human } 0r --- --
abuse of Mr. McKinley, and he shouldbe 4 + 4 .
t. hands to touch it, and that they NEW ENGLAND AND SOUTHERN I \\
made to retract his slanders on the 4 NE5 r
. should! have scorned it and gone it 4
people of Florida, even if his holding E 4 FREIGHT SERVICE: EET'WEEJ2cksonville
rags and tatters, rather than such pollution 4V 4
company in Europe takes his newspaper Boston and Providence .
i. .- such degradation 4 4 and ,
properties beyond the reach of 4 4 Eastern Points.
t Perhaps, we say, this may have I 4
claims of damages.Tampa News.
Calling at Charleston Both
' been true; and yet, when we read 4 4 Way
Evelyn Nesbit Thaw's testimony that: .> 4 SEMI n ):IliL'Sill' \ (.' S. .
ttrs rtD
t t her mother dressed her for these CONNECTICUT MUTUAL LIFE. : 4 4 :' *4. ; Southbound. . . . . . From LeWis' -

t meetings with White, when we read the '1 4 4 .j Northbound. . . . . From foot Catharine St.Wharf, JacksonvWle, Boston.
Special to Ocala Banner
that the mother told her she must not : .

! but White I Hartford, Conn., Feb. :27.! -At the 4 HAVING r Clyde St. Johns River
go with any we pause a 4 JUST OPENED OUR Line.
r' bit and ask, was it possible the mother sixty-first annual meeting of the Connecticut {I 4 .

k was ignorant of the danger she Mutual Life Insurance com i iI t NEW PLACE OF BUSINESS IN THE A Between Jacksonville and SanfordStajjSas

pany today President Taylor made I II 4 DELOUEST BUILDING WEST OF 4>
, was exposing her child to, and of the I an at Pjhtfc .
!( 4 3ereuf i ::. ( >Telasi ud
ultimata outcome.We I appeal for the abolition or redaction 4 THE COURT HOUSE WE IN. 4 I Kerse'la'i
Lasiisss cs ttJc'aa
4 I Sier.
of he
taxes which said
say there may have been a cost companies i 4 VITE OUR FRIENDS AND THE '
reporting to New York in 1903; : 4 4 South-Bound
doubt in the minds of some in the 4- PUBLIC GENERALLY TO CALL SCHEDULE"i.eave
whether this mother of Evelyn enough to pay for $?.',OOOOOO0 of additional 4 4 Read down. North-Bound
!i. past
insurance '
and will up.
cost $900-:
i Thaw knew the wicked designs of I A JU p. m. .. .
000 than quarter j to HIGH GRADE WINES LIQUORS ., ? Jacksonville Arrive E '
more one of all the ? ? ? ee e,.
White, but after the testimony of 4 .' Leave 8 43 p.m. . . Palatka . . .
dividends.He .Leave
her daughter, exposing her own : 4 Leave 3 10, a.m. . .. . Astor . P
further . .(
stated that if tte
save 3 )9
companies : .
that the mother sides 4 NO 4 P m.
shame. now MISREPRESENTATION OF . . .Beresford (DeLand
t- with White, seeks to shield him and continued their normal growth !. 4 4 GOODS. Arrive 8 SO a. . .Sanford ) Leave 1 M P.Arrive ..
and penalties are not changed they I. 4 II .\'e930L"
r to further shame her own flesh and 4 10 00 l a. m...... .Enterprise! 1
" blood, and to take away from her her will be obliged to pay during the next IS i' YOURS FOR SQUARE DEALING, 4 I .Leave
only friend and protector, JJArrlT' ten years more than $100,0'tO.OOo} to I. 4 I -- \

r Thaw, by discrediting the testimonyof the government. I 1 I.+ 4 _Passenger_._ and Ticket Office 122 West- Bay St, Jaeksonvllle, Fla--' '' _.l__,
The annual report of the directors 4t
the witness who has told the only 12
showed that the e
: continues
C story that could justify the slaying of company A. C. HAGERTY, G. E. P. A. F.
r of very satisfactory, its holdings of mortgages -is IRONMONGER, jr, A. G. P. A.
White and securing the acquittal I
0. H. TAYLOR, Pass Traffic
and other real estate interests Mgr. C. C. BROWN. G en.' Pass.
his slayer, are you gentlereader, ;i 4 Ocala. Wine OllBO Branch Office, 290 Agt..
being materially reduced, and in. every York.
ready to believe the mother was paid case realizinz a substantial profiton 4 4 4 Pier 35 N. R, New York. Jacksonville Fla
P and accepted that price, and that her 0
L. D. JONES, T. F. A. L :
' futureare the cost of the company. I 4 4 $ROBLE C. A.
and her daughter's
daughter Jacksonville Fla.
H. J. PRECHT Prop. Leesburg Fla,
4 ,
no longer of concern to her. 4 4 W. G. COOPER, jr. F. A. CLYDE MILNE J
the shame of it-the shame of '031 SOXIdil x 1 G. F' A.
Oh 4 Jacksonville Fla. "I
-;32 a 's as ajnoitreui! 'S31:>nI'e1agoJ 4 Pier 36 N. 'R, .N. York.
it all!-Montgomery (Ala.) Journal. .sdlp 'I 30 aun aaosptreq: V .......................... .......................... C. P. LOVELL, Agent, Jacksonville, Ffa.,


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A Beautiful Colonial Party in Honor Defended by Brisbane in Discussion I!

\ of Mrs. Atkissori.An \. !
I Legislature May Authorize the State With Editor McElroy.

Convicts to Build It. ;. : :.. -
An affair which gave very great I

t plt'a.urt to a I large number of the I, An interesting joint debate between'thuur I

bdlt1l of Ocala was the beautiful "Co 'I Hon. W. A. McWilliams\ of St. Augustine !'.- Brisbane, editor of the New-

> lonial Part)'" given by Mrs. MamieHow :,I I will introduce in the next legislature : York Evening Journal who is gener- !'.

!' ?-Sto\all yesterday afternoon. a bill, which if passed will insure ally credited with being the hig.
TM entire home, which is so nicely the building of great highways.One priest of yellow journalism at a salary I

y adatd foi entertaining was exqui- I from Jacksonville to Miami; of $;;;0.000 a year and William II. I / 6 ; Jt, \ t
0"* [ tit" d.'orall,1 l with quantities of one from Jacksonville to Pensacola. JicElroy, former editor of the New tsir

I ;,.. .m ax. red. white and blue bunting, and one from Jacksonville to Tampa.It I' York Tribune, was recently held at 4 ., ( ii
I t gas*. hlld and the national is the idea of Mr. McWilliams to Montclair N. J., on newspapeh meth- '

9 CflaMeai. a id large pictures of George hale the work done by one half of the I I ods. Mr. Brisbane said that newspa i ,

and Martha Washington.;: state's 1,200 convicts under the direc- pers should be doers and that it was

On tar piazza the guests were met !ion of the board of commissioners of' the function of the modern newspaper

: kjr Mr K. Van Hood and Mrs. R. A. state institutions. The hire from the .not only to tell the news but to act

n ford.'ht) looked very lovelyin other COO will maintain those work !for the people who were its readers. L

I r colonial costumes and powdered ing on the roads. Tae bill upon Fe admitted that different kinds iff 1.

Y tfJr.I which Mr. McWilliams is now at work newspapers were necessary and claimed -

At UH front door those receiving ',, '11 provide for a wide road running that it was due to the yellow! journal -

were Mr. Charles Hheinauer, dressed .rough all sections of the state, each that New York city was the only

I nod )tItj Annie illusion ;co: he built at the same time, treat city in the world that does not
k1 ; : Davis in !blue;
so that the would all share stain sucessful anarchistic
K. people on a or socialist
and Mr L Hlalock. in white, who
the benefits derived from good roads.:: lu-wspaper. He said that it
. were a pretty group entertaining the I
Miami New. was the function of yellow journalismto
CUtlU for auhtle.Standing .
I If Mr. McWilliaais succeeds in cause men to think. whether
passing pooror
under the chandalier in This man bought a supply of tobacco with-
I his bill it will make his name im- rich.
to the iwptiou hall wt'rtIrs.. Jack

Camp Mr.. J. C. H. Koonce and Mrs. raortal. Mr. McElroy said that a newspaper out acquainting himself with the distinctive taste

should not print all of the news dissenting -
t WHKam Mocker, dressed in gowns of

rrd. wait and blue.to With the eclipse of Senator Bailey from the theory of Charles A. of SCHNAPPS Tobacco which has the cheering

as minority leader of the senate the Dana that ""hat ever Providence per- ,
t cozy corner richly decorated:
democrats have decided that hereafter mits to happen 1 am not too proudto
that his desire chew and
; la twttittg, t!.,Rs. shields eagles and qualities gratify to at
there shall be no minority leader. report. In Mr. McElroy's opinion, ,
of Washin
a picture ton. Mr. Wallace
Each man will fight under his own the function of a true newspaper was less than tobacco.
Stevall and Miss Lt vile Atkisson expense cheap
flag after "Joe" Blackburn goes out, to try to make men better. While he
staid and took the cards. This youthful
and hereafter democratic opposition admitted that Sunday newspapers had
couple were dressed to represent

Gtorfo and Martha Washington and to republican policies in the senate come to stay he thought that we SCHNAPPS has been advertised in this: Some day they'll get a taste of the real

will resolve itself into a campaign should have one day with the mind at that
chewer has had
presented a charming picture. paper so every anopportunity Schnapps-they'llrcalizewh3tenjoyment
: I
which Senator Morgan: characterizesas rest from the affairs of everyday life.
to with
Mr. E. L. Carney introduced the get acquainted the they've missed not getting SCHNAPPS t
"a sort of political guerilla war To illustrate the kind of news he facts and know that used
gweta t.. the receiving line. drugs are
L Those rtTflvlng were Mrs. Stovall. fare." As a matter of fact, e"erone would like to see (contracted he told to produce the cheering quality found in long ago-then they'll rCf1 like kicking

of the democratic senators has all the how the papers have a column to the the famous Piedmont flue-cured themselves.
%)r. and Mr*. Atkisson Mrs. Frank A. country
Howw. Mr*. Wilson. Mrs. Sistruuk necessary qualificiations of leadership tory of a prize fight and only a quarter tobaccos, and that SCHNAPPS is what he:

a Mrs. Ilfuna Minims Mrs. Louis Du- and it is highly probable that if a of a column to a lecture by President ought to chew. Still there are chewers SCHNAPPS is sold everywhere in 5

eat, )1.rthllf Hardaker and Mrs selection weft made it would lead to Eliot of Harvard. who accept other and cheaper tobaccos cent cuts, and 10 and 15 cent p1u s. Be

II J.Utl..r.. jeolousies and misunderstandings that that do net give the same pleasure. sure ;ou get the genuine.

would practically destroy the minor The Tallest Trees. I
Mr. Stovall received her guests in
ity's influence.In i
.. 4L. "ntlfttl pale green silk firenadene.I I I Australia rivas California in the I

-l4h rwal. lace bolero. She carried I matter of the tallest trees in the -
these times of piping peace both I
wMte carnations. Mrs. Atkisson. who world.
the war and navy departments are WAS IN THE PHILIPPINES.Mr. .
Jot a ftta'd/ blonde looked unusually }
The California "big: tree"-Sequoia i LANDS.
hard pressed to find both men and
sill in a green liberty satin. She
Of-\\Wellingtonia-sometimes to the
ficers. At Annapolis the staff of grows Hugh Williams the present fri

tarried red carnations. structors is so depleted that it has heighth of COO to 323;) feet with a trunktwentyfive manager of the Ocala House Wine If you have lands you wish to sell, :Jeasa or rrnti 3
Ttioto parlor, where the ladies re-
: I feet in diameter.
tMttd. was lovely In its decorations been necessary to press into service The tallest American or more tree is the I Rooms was a soldier in the Philippines or if you want to buy lands for fanning, grazing, ''

t of the class men to direct I and was discharged on account
some upper
of |4.k and green; tb lights were II redwood Sequoia sempervirens I turpentining or lumber purposes,
the studies of the newcomers. The ot a severe wound received in an engagement
rlgltlt4 with pink; the walls were I instances has atained the
war department faces a like condition with one of the fiercest .of Write to
draped with autiful bamboo ,vines heighth of 4oO feet or even more. In -
artillery service, for the insurgent tribes. i
the coast
aftd ....k..1 ho mantle! beau-
on I were : Australia the tallest trees are foundin
I which branch it can secure neither j He went out one time to do battle BLOUNT REAL ESTATE CO.
ttt.i | with of the turbulent of
the necessary number of men nor of- one most
311n. MaNory Llddon and Mrs. F. 1..1 ords of Australian trees approximating
number of andexpensive the revolutionary chieftains the detachment OCALA FLORIDA :
ficers. A large guns ,
,. ... IRVUtltho ladies into the
i 4 I
50'' feet in heaight but these ahe
defense material is to which he belonged got . .
coast -- -- - -
i 1 1i i I ----- ----
: d park which looked beautiful in taken to be exaggerations. A writerin ,
r lost from the main and in
i l lying idle at the preset time because I corps were
II pretty decorations and colonial fur- I the Sidney morning Herald truly I New Saloon Law in Chihuahua.We /1l111111l11l111It>I4RiCENA
the government cannot find men to |I the moutnains for thirty days sub-
&uut' have referred in previous Inane
enough says that the mere guessingof a
the sisting only on what indigenous nuts
the engines of war. For same
I la able mom Mrs.I Jean Austin and man i heights is rarely attended" with approximation to the legislation inaugurated by
the battleship Vermont is.: and fruits that they could find. In
J. W, Huml. assisted by Mrs. t}. reason new
Mm., to accuracy. It seems former Governor v'reel. of Chihuahua ,
not being fitted out the navy depart any other country he says they must
II. UfKean and Miss Lillian Wright well enough established, however now ambassador at Washington for
i ment being unable to enlist recruits have perished but many rare and nutritious -
fcmed refreshing punch. the of abating the saloon evil
that there are trees enough in Aus- purpose
fruits wild in the Phil-
to equip the newer navy.Things grow
Mr. W. V. Newsom and Mrs. Gl'ori i fast enough I tralia which tower upwards of :S5 ippines. in that state. A semi-philanthropic!

B* Hugrflp Uryson asked the laHesInto feet in the air. corporation[ has been created which
He it is and wonderful
Worth Knowing. says a great
lot dining room. This room wasludrrd I Trees have been found in Africa purposes to purchase, av it U al l** to
and that be
Powered alum applie d to a fever I country anything can
a pretty picture: the walls I which fall not much short of 100 feet else- be do so, the saloon properties in nr-
will it from becoming grown anywhere can grown
were almost entirely covered with sore prevent I I ions localities in that state, and operate
or noticeable.If in height. there and that a great many things U. madt from the receipts of I
UiMtlujc and rtaijs and over the mantle unsightly I them for the purpose of reducingthe :
little flour is sprinkled in the i grow there that are found in no other Creelt cook, of an arittocrat
.at hung a picture of George and Martha a evils arising from saloons to the
when are fried it will prevent i A Jap Town in San Francisco portion of the world. Ic planter of loythern Lowlal"
egs I
Washington. The serving table pan Minimum. The provide alongside> of
noted for hUpltality hos
from sputtering on thestove. While some of the tribes still hold generous
wai a dream of loveliness; in the center the hot. grease I The sudden boom 01 propertyin I to their cannibalistic customs, as a the saloon very attractive quarter and the splendor of ;

wan a 'largo reflector placed in the i South Paru. which has puzzled! all tractableand where non-intoxicating drink are his entertainment
Hard water can easily be softened rule most of the tribes are
center of I hi* was a minature cherry : 'rved and make the saloon Uwlf aa
f real estate dealers, has been explained. can be made good and useful cit. it Ricena griddle takes ready U
.. toilet if a linen bag containing
..* *l'h G;,' > cutting down the I for purposes unattractive as is possible.
rge fine oatmeal be squeezed out It was due to the Japanese who izens. airy' In fivt mlnutea-ro work t
s rte. and little cherries were placed n.e legislation referred lo limits
have had their agents buy and lease wut-ftO
before using. Fresh oat The forests abound in the most superb worry
here and there on the table; suspended in the water all *te lots that were available. Several woods and bananas cocoanuts the number of saloons In a town and Add a package of Ricena t.
used day. I
should be every
front the cbandlier to the four cornea meal big deals have been made during village: of the state. U U paid that next order
other fruits without your
little fresh cold cream should be and many grow
of the table were tiny flags of an! A the week not by the Japanesethemselves culUnution. the effect of this law when it went 10 Centa. 1 1Os
table during the coldweather I Ii
nation and from the center of the kept on the toilet but through agents, who I into effect on the first of January In 1I
and applied to the lips and In time the Philippines will becomea I 1t
chandlkr. which was decorated in red i e"ernight if the skin seems are supposed. to have done quite well valuable annex to the United States the city of Cihuahua. was the closing

white and blue, was suspended a hat-- hands in acting for their clients. of many of the saloons of the wontdR" t
of chapped.To will add largely to our commerce and
all rough i
thvt. Placed at each end of the table
Soutb Park according to those who sIt
will vast field for our ad- >
the odor of onions froma open up a
remove i y
sere two old fashioned candclbrasId believe they know what they are talking i i1 stated that over thirty ",'rt'
cold 'venturous and ambitious young men.
it in running water
bronze, further carrying out the knife dip about will be a regular Japanese ('j' ..t d, and perhaps fifty more little"cantiuas"
and polish hot. Hot water Persons who are interested in our K. GROCERY(R
then dry [
colonial Idea.Mm. tends to set he odor of onions bothon cil -. it is said further that he Jap- new possessions can obtain a great will have to KO. out of

G. S. Scott poured the (coffee anese intend to make that climatically business. Only the mote respectable
the knife and the hands and for deal of useful information by COl1'ers'Ing CLARK 5ROS.INlNIIlI1l1ii.
and Mr. Frank Harris poured the tea should be avoided. favored spot one of the most picturesque [ with Mr. Williams. saloon: will te allowed to continue In I

Those serving in the dining room wereMn. i this reason sections of San Francisco. It is and business at all and a* already Indicated
of the best preparations for He is a pleasant agreeable entertaining !
< C. \". Miller Miss Valeta PotterMi'a One II said the Japanese will build pretty conversationalist. It is the purpose of the benevolent '

Sara Whitneld Miss Louise taking out the grease stains is made homes there and will lay out the park corporation: formci' to buy up --

Kcott and Miss Louise Harris. All had by mixing a pint of deodorized ben !'and maintain it like a garden and will even these as fast as possible and IT WILL

zine, one half dram each of chloroformand Cocoanut Cake.
fash- abolish
hair powdered after the establish their art stores in handsome operate them so as finally I
alcohol and a few drops of clear I .
lUG and indeed, were a charming I buildings. The proximity of the mall liquor tra:!:c. The new law require: !

J veup of girls. cologne. Apply to the garment witha dock will help to keep business there. One and one half cups of sugar; the saloons to close at l'> o'clock at PAY YOU !

On fraying the dining room Mrs G. silk cloth. Apply to the garment As South Park is easily accessible the two thirds cup of butter; three ergs; :tight and at 2: p. m. on Sunday i .'

T. laughs pinned on each guest a with a silk garment nanonanoianonwith Japanese say that customers will come one cup sweet milk; two teaspoonfuls i Te effort of the people of Chihua If you have on hand to self, or if yor

little hatch as a souvenir of this tieI'IMr.ll a silk cloth. This mixture maybe I,there, and what will be an added attraction baking powder; two cups flower; Ihva to rid themselves of one of the ,, '
of to
used in water in which delicate I and butter to a cream add are thinking coming
Beat which ;
sugar and social evil
part) is the fact that it will be a I worst
hos- colored silks are washed since it will the well beaten then the milk. to make it home .'
Mrs. Stmatl Is a \'en1raeious!' typical though a modern Japanese eggs a i y country has to face U highly euav your i ii'
not injure the finest materil. : Put the baking powder in the flour be- thai
tM and Mending in perfect harmony ,; mended and we earnestly hop you dctlrt to Ingest !

with the attractive surroundings of I city.The Japanese fully realized what a fore sifting. Should the milk be slightly : their efforts may be reward! by the

this party ware the beautifully gowned A Home Song. i gold mine Chinatown has been to the on the turn, put a pinch of soda in .sucty-s they deserve.Mexico Ie,.*- I ;rt any" kind of Florida

of thetrw.k I turned an ancient poet's book. i the flour also. Butter the layer pans
WRIt n an ] the sweet strains '!Chinese. If the Japanese built a beautiful tor. : r'ptrtSBE /,
which was so skilfully renderedby And found upon the page: i and bake in moderate oven. I f j
and clean Japanese town at OR WRITE TO a ji
the "Stone walls do not a prison make. Whites of three eggs well I
piano Filling.
Miss Minnie Stovall on South Park having .stores fully as i Long in Shady. Fla. i.J. .
white and Nor iron bars a cage beaten. Heaping sugar and one
who was costumed In red modern and as convenient as those in cup aalntthual an
L. Long,
bfoe and decorated with stars; and Yes. that is true. and something mote: I half cup water. Let boil until it begins I James J. H. mlHGUON & SOS.
other parts of the city, they argue 'information: charging him with k. .p-
played on the vio- "You'll find wher'er you roam. ii' to candy in cold water. Pour atonce .
Slow Souter
Pansy that it will prove as attractive to the ling a gambling boos He l.. said ui
That marbled floors and gilded walls the beaten whites. stirring-
lift visitors as well as the old Chinatown.The over I'be in Shady Fla.. where he wa call Estate Dealers
Tit' tntirt. decorations of the housoth Can never make a home. ,briskly at the same time. Continue Rea1
,t purchasing and leasing of South ''od Sunday night by he Illness of hU'baby.
house where love abides to cool. :
E. But begins
of Mr. A. every beating until the icing
'u > artistic work Park property has been conducted It was stated that b. will return Ocala. Fl"- "e,
And friendship is a guest. I Spread over each layer of cake then ,
Ufteu.M that & -- '
with great secrecy but it is said here. This inforwattoo can
will Ions Is surely home and home sweet I ( generously with; shredded co- :
Stm\ll'i: reception CNmatet art Not Changwg.Th .
nearly every desirable lot has been t from his brother. J. F' lmM "bet rioted I
linger In the memory of the people; as home will be 'oanut. I twr.at U.h..ars&. rwrsw hit'b..tl
1 I jtsVen and that buildings commenced \ yesterday that Jam** L U wc *

being one of the loveliest of Ocala'sreceptions. : For there the heart can rest. there shortly.-Journal of i with the place It1 anycapacity .........t". set the tatetal rr.p e(

,Hcnrj Van Dyke! in Country Life. It is contended by some that light I not connected ..
tort h' I Progress and knew nothimj or the. I wutsthrnr that t. a.II'.t !

: -. ------ sandy soil cannot be made fertile. : toteffram Sun .e4attttiaa tnetett .taNy aiW .....,I) ,.. J
m-eived a
"God Almighty first planted a gar- !I A Man' arrirtesman.' I Facts show that in southern New Jer natter. He Mr 1.0901. *all" MeatM)' ....... NtevMrwihtI ... >I.

Ferry seeds den. And indeed it is the purest of, finds that in certain sections where the ;:day. according to .
expertnrtt.but When the ordinary man sey of hU chM! 1M ash....t. aitd etMa..lr II taw all.ilia.
are not ar i the bedside :
\-l with proper cultt- human pleasures; it is the greatest; his wages will not pay 'expenses he land is white sand the owners live on him to from the rity. .;.. .....ta t.tvatgite" 't.. hMl iti4

,attorteyassuresreeessfrom the urt. Caen here nol refreshment: to the spirit of man; witn- must reduce expenses.: It is different farms of five and ten acres, keep but |I he took the first Journal.train I oat &Me wMh' Mo1My I..... rot I ,

l dorbta ru at pt at>trtioa harvest.nor Get diup'potata out which buildings and palaces are with a congres man-\\ nter Garden ;few animals and make more profit! Pensacola Ocala bt we ka wio ..l. hiss' sMMrd ...e.iV ,.... der t tIN
| is near
but gross handiwork; and man shall Ricochet. than is secured by some farmers in I the soneMtc> atM tfefMi* trhwbthr '
Ja.. U Loaf
J II ever see that, when age grows to the rich portions of Pennsylvania. I no such man as *.rW kat pawed, a. ,.. a* th Span

I It civility and elegancy., men come to Young men of today who are look- Fertilizers are the foundation of their j Owing -;prophecies vt Hugh Clements ot IMA.* M,. ta CM. nxt ttlna

t build stately sooner than to garden ing for "soft jobs" or figuring how ,-The American Fertilizer.The .
success nieUorologUt. to the effect (., k flied oat tcoufli tit < elsat.tu,
If gardening were the g ea?- they may get something for nothing, i the ''W t.
t finely; as IBthe it not la uteuetepie or+ ,
toe bitee+t,wrest, best Uop- |that there would b*- eanh tft-mort aay ;
should ponder well these words of true strength of every soul is
Famorioroiet'Jr Bacon.
t stW skn. 6ootaattal pt'rfectionlArd counties of England and Thiluathly W'ntbfotft..,..w Ha !

r(ego.nq Horace Greely: "The darkest hour in to be dependent on as many nobleras eastern Scottish border today ouxbt to lattrt J* snipe ** .* ..' ; v

D. FlU? t Frank Walpole also gets an oSce I fua history of any young man is when It can discern, and to be:dependedupon r along the all ofT lb. Ilubltur ..4 0. sonld hd N l

Wit are heartily glad of it. He has ha sits down to study how to get non by.a: < :many interior u it cad Gnut cidtament' prevail Nm.t UaC,

,. t tee after ont for a laag time. .<,y without), honwtly earniag' it* reach.-Raskin.- country. i( t

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.... .....t............... .......................... 'I The facts do not entirely warrant this I
.theory. Thomas Lincoln had --- \

I ,forced from his boyhood to shift for!II
The Parents of j
'|himself. in a young and undeveloped ;

'country. He is known to have been ,

Ia I man who in spite of this wandering = ;

t : Abraham Lincoln i j I life temperate contracted and honest no bad and habits.his name He was is 7 t. f--

v ;i recorded in more than one place in the

By IDA M. TARBELL 1 .'records of Kentucky. He was a church 4JLiJI

i i..6. .goer, and. if tradition may be believed :
Special to the Ocala Dinner:
a stout defender of his peculiar :
. ....1004 ..i..Nel6400Q fA i. y y . v -- 3Ni._._.. _tA-_ '
religious: views. He held advanced
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ideas'or.what was already an important -
Amc g the l Its now lo be seen in the records ofI i ;
I public question in Kentucky, the ,, .. .

history many wrongs- and ofr' lis I Washington even in existence, Countj, a Kentucky.very: full There and I,of right his to old hold friends negroes has said as slaves.of him On and : rt; P7:; RED 1Mi) \y. .. t ''bI*"!Ll ALE

;amusing account of the and
they are legion
his wife, Nancy Hanks, that they here : I ; ''tro
-there is none[the fanfare which followed, by a guest full of notion about .-:;::! r ..,;:l \\: .
"just steeped
: -- _. ......, ,.
= ; fi in our Amcri- who was present, and who for years ---- --
I the wrongs of slavery and the rihtb i
4 $; *ii can chapter at I after was accustomed to visit Thomas a1'r ,t
:of men, as explained by Thomas Jefferson -
-tam -- least which is and Nancj' This guest, Christo and Thomas Paine." Thst:- ; Always look for the Red Rock Crown Stopper on

rK. graver than pher Columbus Graham, a unique and that he have boon hottl That is of
( facts show must a .. your guarantee quality ; your
: that which has perfectly trustworthy man, a promi-i '
of natural intelligence! Ht-
man some
t I
1 4 been drne the neat citizen of Louisville, died: a few !II had a trade and! owned a farm. I' assurance: that you get a pure Ginrer v 9 Y

parents, and i I.years ago. I That the two people who enduivd : Ale '?stead of coIOl.ed pepper"heatedJ J.t tIC .q(; ..

particularly! the mother, Abraham I I But while these Cocuments dispose j'I its hardships and made in spite> of : .. v.rater.t; Say [(ED ROCI( and !j? .R \\

Lincoln. Of course, I refer to the wide !effectually of the'question of the par them a home where a boy conk! con- : -

:_ spread tradition that Linocln was tom I entage of Lincoln, they do not, of ceive and nourish such ideals and enthusiasms .t 11 r say !t PLJ1I2L l y PILiJ RtJt U

of that class known in the route as .course, clear up the shadow which as inspired Abraham Lincoln : '"\'-\ tl'.""" ''.. 'L"_ -1 /!.,

,: "poor whites," that his father was ,hangs 'over the parentage of his mother. from his l'arlyears should! have :., saltin bottles st ,tli!, ;rrortries 1 6J'\ I'! \ ryl'Ii

not Thomas Lincoln, as his biographers ;! Is there anything to show that I.their names darkened by unfolded suspicions Y ett-., j.rd c i eicwgir!j: nt y.. ;}r,tire'_... V-.f/.

insist on declaring, but a rich jI!j Xancy Hanks herself was of as clear is a cruel -injustice- against: FoKi.: l.,..,...'sir-" ... -. a5s: ,
I I ""'-
and 'cuUured planter of another f--ae j and clean lineage as ,her husband? which every honest and patriotic I! It-
1v I II American ought to set his face. If in'i '

i i carrying out the noble project of making -,

{ a national park of the Kentucky I
Manufactured by THE RED ROCK COMPANY, Jacksonville, Florida.
.farm where Thomas Lincoln and .
i .
homei -- - ---- --- --- ---- -
i i Nancy Hanks made their first i ; ,
i the directors do nothing more than to

:, ;/'t forth the facts of the parentage of
'" I
,' Abraham Lincoln they will justify T. Needham I FurnitureIt's

I 1 # their undertaking.'THE I .

: I .
II .
f )
OCALA BOY j a little early but our fall stock is arriving daily and

fr r : Qd Gas j all we ask i is a chance to save you msney. All we ask is a
t I About seven year: ago Ocala lost 1 ) <
ew minutes of your valuable time tc show you throughour

.. _;lone of its most energetic and most G .1 stock.

,;active young business: men in the per- ,

:son of Como D. Massey, who is well W HAS OPENED ". ? NEV.;
A Few
.1- and favorably remembered in this section i

.1l r of Florida, for many rears identified h SHOP ON THE CORNER OF I

l I i;I with the First National bank, of SPENCER BLOCK WITH A RON BEDS FROM S2-50 UP SDEB3! RDSy11.5O] UP .

i i Ocala, during its prosperous period- ,

t I[I and the only one of seven employeeswho CHINA CLOSETS SI5.00 AND UP
than Kentucky and that his mother |There has been nothing whatever until FULL LINE OF SANITARY
I was connected with the receiver
not only gave a fatherless boy to the I a few years ago, through the efforts -

t world but herself was a nameless I of Mrs. Caroline Hanks Hitchcock I ship. In justice to Mr. Massey it I AND_ MODEHN, PLUMBING OCALA! I CIMPUY.C
r should be stated that as a matter of ,
child. of Cambridge, Mass., who had I
I fact he personally handled the receivership -
in preparation the genealogy of the
r The tradition has lacked : E. C. SMITH
always of this bank, a most complicated I C. V. ROBERTS.
Hanks family in America, little volume ,
a -
, particularity. For instance, there has '! and very much litigated affair FIRST CLASS SANITARY I ta
was published, showing what she I __ ,
been large difference of opinion about ..
and so satisfactorily to the I -- -- .
i. --- -
had established in regard to i I -
t. the planter who fathered Abraham, Nancy comptroller of the currency, Mr. Jas. I 3 PLUMBING/ ALL ON HIM. -.

who he was and where he came from. Hanks. Mrs, Hitchcock had begun at i II. Eckles, that in like manner he W. A. NIGHT1./ .. E. LANGo})
the far end of the line-the arrival of I ., .
One story calls him Enloe, another placed the Merchants' National bank, :

Calhoun, another Hardin, and several one Benjamin Hanks in Massachusetts -I of Ocala, which failed in January, 'OC, --- ---- -'-'-

t different States claim him. Only five in 1CC9. in his hands, which was equally as I ANNOUNCEIYENT.We (

. years ago a book was published in She discovered that one of his sons. well handled.Mr. a quick, shrewd trader, and is said to .

I North Carolina to prove that Lincoln's William, moved to Virginia, and that never overlook an opportunity for

t father was a resident of that in the l latter part of the eighteenth. Massey was compelled to leave making money. In addition to his have just purchased the Wagon and Harness business of Messrs. \
I, Florida on account of hisVife.s health, S. A. Standley & Company and propose to add to the stock of
t State. The bulk of the testimony of... century his children formed in Amelia duties as cashier of the EquitableLife goods every-
who, for two years previous to his thing that is needful to make; It COMPLETE LINE in sense of
'; fered in this instance came from men County of that State a large settlement he is the president of a successful the every
leaving, had been in a most feeble word. We are agents for several of the best Farm Wagons on the mar
L and women who had been born long All the records of these fami- western oil company, and vice- ket; also several makes of Buggies. Besides
state, as many of our readers will remember. these we handle a great variety
I" after Abraham Lincoln, had never lies She found in the Hall of Records He accepted a position in I president of the Phillips & Denny com of vehicles either of which we stand ready to fully guarantee.

seen him, and never heard the tale in Richmond. When the migration in- pany, of Atlanta, Ga., a very success c

they repeated until long after his ('lee-I I.to Kentucky began, late in the century -'I the Chicago office of the Equitable ful custom shirt manufacturing company High Grade Buggies, Serviceable Carriages,
Life Assurance Society, of New Yor,
I tion to the presidency. Of the truth it was joined by many members and hand laundry; a Mason of Unexcelled Wagons Harness
I. in: the capacity of a clerk. He had I ,
t of these statements as to Lincoln's origin of the Hanks settlement in Amelia : .. the third degree, a lover of outdoor
-. no previous acquaintance with any of Lap Etc., Etc.
: no proof has ever been produced. County. Among others to go was Jo- recreations, golf and automobiling are
: its officers, but thought as it had the
t They were rumors, diligently spread seph IIanks with his wife, Nancy Ship! his chief pleasures.
i'reputation of being the strongest financial Turpentine Wagons Specialty.
f in the first place by those who for ley Hanks, and their children. M<- While in Xew York he lived in his a
i institution in the world, it J
Hitchcock traced this Joseph Hanks, own house in East Orange, N. J., a We ,
political were glad to are Always in Position to
purposes : Meet the Prices
was big enough to provide a lucrative cf Legitimate! Competition. (,
political opponent. They grew with .by means of land records, to Nelson I most beautiful suburb of New York, .. J

t where she found ;position for a man with abilityA with his wife and two children, Dorothy We are SOle Agents for the 1
c, i telliag, and, curiously enough, two ofLincoln's county, Kentucky 'year had not elapsed before the Equitable celebrated White] Hsckorv Turpentine t
best friends helped perpetuate that he died in 1793, leaving behind and Como, who attract attention and Farm Wagon.Knight }
r I offered to Mr. Massey the posi .
them-Messrs. Lamcn and Herat a will, which she discovered in the wherever they go.
tion of its Texas agency, which he ;
don-both of whom wrote lives of the records of Bardstown, Kentucky.This I I I He has been in Pittsburg only about
t accepted and where he remained for
I of interest will show that at the time of his three months, during which time he 4
President which are great
I I about two years, at which time they & t *
and I'alue. But neither of these men death Joseph Hanks had eight living: further recognized his ability by taking I has made many friends, and was recpjtly Lang u

I were a student, and they did not take children, to whom he bequeathed prop- him to New York and giving him elected a member of the LifeUnderwriter's ,

J the trouble to look for records of Mr.Uncoln's erty. The youngest of these was "My i!complete charge of the Brooklyn Life Association, of Pennsyl- (Successor Rtand/ev/ and Co.

daughter Nancy," as the will puts it. van a.
t birth. They accepted rumors -
company, which the Equita-
xo has the best wishes of this :
t and enlarged upon them. Indeed Mrs. Hitchcock's first query, on jble purchased. Its affairs were merged paper
i and
it was not until perhaps twen reading this will was: "Can it be that into the Equitable after about one may even greater success
t his
crown efforts.
ty-five years ago that the matter was this little girl-she was but nine years j-ear. In handling that company Mr. \AAI v

taken up seriously and an investigation old when her father died-is the Nancy I Massey acquired a very broad know!1i _

begun. This has been going on Hanks who sixteen years later became i edge of life insurance which: with Young Ladies' Card Club Pleasantly } '/ ..

; at intervals ever since until I venture the mother of Abraham Lincoln I his previous experience made him an Entertained by Mrs. W. H. Pow ./t, ,..,,, 1x ,., l

s! to say that few persons born in a.. ?" She determined to find out. She .;exceptionally well posted man; and ers. I S 1./I,

: pioneer community as Lincoln was, learned from relations and friends of 'for five years he was kept in New SI
Saturday afternoon IrsY..
f and as early as 1809, have their lineage the family of Joseph Hanks still !living York looking after the Equitable city I 11.1
I Powers was the hostess of the
: on both sides as clearly established that soon after her father's death, :agencies. card club. votingladies' 'I I '

t as that of Abaraham Lincoln. It Nancy went to-live with an uncle,
It is pleasing to observe that under There were four tables placed in The I I i
takes, indeed, a most amazing credulity RicMrd: Berry, who, the records bhovv- j President Morton's re-crganization: of. SHOESr
parlor and dining room and for several .
for any one to believe the stories hI, had come from Virginia 10 Kentucky : this ,
the Equitable, Ocala boy was sig- hours the fascinating game of '

I have alluded to after having looked at the same time that Joseph naled out among the thousands of em, gressive whist was played. At th,' con pro

t the records of his Lincoln '. title further researchand
at family. Hanks cam( A
and 1 19CO i
ployees appointed on Oct. clusion of the games it was found that
himself, backed by the record in the Mrs. Hitchcock found that there !
cashier of the
Equitable's Pittsburgageacj '
Xrs.Y.. T. Gary and Miss Louis.- ,
f Lincoln family Bible, is the first authority had been brought to light through the I
.he most life insurance
: important -
Harris bade made the biggest scores l'f J
f for the time and place of his efforts of friends of Abraham Lincolnall : the I I !
in world. There
ag ncy are .
i id to each of them was civ. n a pf.ty
I birth, as well as the name of his father the documents to show that ia 1SOG !' life insurance I
only twenty companies picture in gilt frames.
and mother. The father, Thomas Lin- Nancy Hanks and Thomas Lincoln
jia the United States larger than this ;Irs. Powers, assisted by her rjo'c-- i
: cola, far from being a "poor white;' were married at Beechland, Ken lone
f l ; agency, which employs forty er, :Mrs.: Frank Harris and Mrs.t>.
was the son of a prosperous Kentucky tucky. Nov, one of the documentswas i
!clerks and covers the entire second
ter Hood served ice cream cake ru.jlot
pioneer, a man of honcrable and well. a marriage bond. It was signedby I'L'c FISHEL
j floor of the Fricli building, the largest Il chocolate. .
E established lineage who had come Richard Berry, the uude of the
;office building in Pittsburg, and is Mrs. Powers guests were Mr*. .1. K. .l
i from Virginia as a friend of Daniel little girl recognized in the will as :
:the most exquisitely furnished agencyto Austin, Mrs. W. T. Icnvaint'Ir: .,. ;
j and had there bought large Hanks
Boone, Joseph Here, then, was the
be found. with its marble floors,
( Albert Gerig Mrs. Beuna )Mimrn-
tracts of land and begun to grow: up chain complete. The marriage bond !''counters I "
i. and walls, and mahogany Mrs. E. I... Carney, Mrs. J. W. Hood. /' (
the where he was killed! and returns I 'd/ "
i with country marriage not only show- / .." c-
finishing and desks, etc., it embraces Mrs. Jack Camp, Mrs. Frank Harris '
t by the Indians. He left a large fam- ed that Nancy: Hanks and Thomas I"Q.
:the territory of western Pennsylvania, Mrs. E. C. Welsh, Mrs. E. T. Helveston -I _
L ily. By the law of Kentucky the estate Lincoln were carried regularly three >
'parts .
of West Virginia and Ohio.We
Mrs. W. T. Gary Mrs Arthur
mainly to the oldest son, before the oirth Abraham Lincoln
6 went years II
j are proud to claim him and Hardaker, Misses Margaret and Mamie 'W\MAAAAAN.AAAM.A A1 i ,
and the youngest, Thomas Lincoln, thus setting at rest forever the M
of his well earned honors and
I proud Taylor, Harriet Dye, Edna Cashing. -- .
was left to shift for himself. This story of Lincoln's illegitimacy, but -- F
:furthermore congratulate the Equitable Annie Davis, Louise Harris, Valeta <
1- to manhood, and showed that this
they Hanks
youngest son grew Nancy
) ; it is fortunate to have such a man Potter and Miss Sara McCrecry. J.j
on June 10, 1SOS, was married, at was the one named in the will. The |
to represent it. He is deserving of success E. C. Smltk.Funeral.
Beechland Ky., to a young woman ofa suspicion in regard to the origin of I e. V. K j. t
; we Lave known him from boy 1 Almonds trees have bee a blessingfor !@
well known in the vicinity Lincoln's mother removed thisdiscovery I
family was by
> hood-for years were close neighbors.He i the past ten days. And there is no Directors and
Nancy Hanks. There is no doubt bout of the will, for the recognition : Licensed Embalmers ,
is a self made man; went to work prettier sight than a full, well rounded
the time and place of their marriage.All of any one as his child by a man fourteen i We are equipped to do the
at in a grocery store for ;? almond tree showing a very best work
up snowy
the legal documents required in in his will is considered by the law ja i only the latest and use I
I month. His first investment was in white mass of delicate blossoms.Thre and best methods
Kentucky at that period for a mar- as sufficient proof of paternity. .
!la tax deed, all of which he lost, yet would be many more almond trees Telegraph Orders !
riage are in existence. Not only have Now what sort of people were I Receive{ Immediate
most valuable lesson learned Attentlou
a was ; planted were they to hold off blossoming .
t we the bond and the certificate, but Thomas Lincoln and Xancy Hanks?
he never had to be shown how it was until all danger of frost was OCALA
t the marriage is duly entered in a list It has been inferred by those who FURNITURE
done a second time, but profited by passed. T'he almond blossom is very CO
of marriage returns made by Jesse have made no investigation of Thomas
experience: and accumulated consider- tender and cannot stand even a bite Lapel and undertaking &rlor. corn f \-t
of the best known early Lincoln's life that Nancy Hanks North Mla
Head one : able estate: as well as an enviable rep- frost without being blasted.-Redland 13trtet lit,! OCM&Wa .
Methodist ministers of Kentucky. Its i ir made a very poof choice of a husband. utation for honorable dealings. He is .ta Avenue.
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fa ..+4*.*4>.MM*+**+M..... .M.*..*>:>........*..*..*. pear, are bad." I teen days to answer. 1I I MARION COUNTY HOSPITAL ASSOCIATION ADMINISTRATOR'S NOTICE OF
i I To the same effect Is the case of Done at chambers in Ocala Florida, ] OCALA, FLORIDA.The < FINAL SETTLEMENT AND DIS-)
AIN ICE & CO. State vs. Buchannan. Amer. Dec. 531, I February 25, 1907. j i 1 CHARGE.
where it said: "Tendency to prejulice j W. S. BULLOCK. ji iI j annual meeting of the contributing j NtHk-e Is
hereby aht'D thai
011 the
: e 'the public in general, is at common i, Judge j members of the Marion County 8th of t'
, 1 Hospital Association Ocala. Florida j day May, A. D, 1997.
. law an indictable offense." In case of the wi4t'q.lgeed will .. hU
I r .t
Judge Bullock Renders An Opinion in the Above Case i.'I' i.Ford: vs. Chicago :Milk Shippers Asst. Where the Cartoonist Got on the I'!'will Tuesday be held at the Hospital buildingon |final aeeowm and vovcbrn to Ju..pta !

' o Which is of Local Interest. :155 Ill IC'J: :C9; N. E. 631. "The pur- Wrong Floor. the 12th day of March, A. D., 1901 ;Bil. county ju4i. Matton fount" rj IJ
' I Florida, at his office
at Ocala
pose of the agreement between thisI Scarcely had the announcement been at 2 o'clock p. m.. for the purpose of j bake an4

..+++11...*>+...++ 4IOI1iN .......t...,......1.....s I corporation and the stockholders made in the daily papers on Monday II electing officers for the ensuing year final diwharfe SM wttlemwu.. a4mtaterai MM| attph for at 1I {
and the transaction of other but I ;
---- - any
-- -- ---- j thereof was to fix the price and to control : last that the Standard Oil Company I j ness which may come bef ae the meet !estate of J. Pftrtvr & tl", der es*e i iI

tn the Fifth Judicial Circuit of the ize the forfeiting of the charter, rights !|: and limit the quantity of milk. had advanced the price of crude oil I November; 2. I",. t

state of Florida. Marion County. and ivileges: of the defendant corpor- :::shipped. The purposes attempted' before the cartoonists and the pangraphers ing.Ocala.. Florida. ISth February. 19 7.B. T. X SMITH "
I Administrator of the Kslnte of J
TV State of Florida, ex rep W. H. Ellis. EtlOU? ;were illegal." A very great number of commenced to "make mer: I. 17 L,1 R. RHEIN.U'ER.A. President.. ; Porter Smith deceased. 11,2 ... JI

Atto.De)' General, against Ocala lconly!: ground upon which relief,'authorities:! jr: i;M be cited: but .the I ry" over this Advance\ in, connection! I Secretary, ;.j;' j

ice aid Fuel Company, a ; whole be summed !hi the stat with Mr. Rockefeller's gift to the Get.1 NOTICE OF APPLICATION FOR
corora-j can be granted is that the acts charged ; i i may up : -I i LEAVE TO SCLL MINOR'S i iI

tion under be laws of ana admitted are "contrary to pub-![meat of the principle involved where : eral Education Board. As often happens STANDARD & HERNANDO RAILROAD I I LAND. spy} ;

This cause came on to be heard on lie policy" and tend to the injury of;!"the determining circumstance in all the cartoonists and the para- COMPANY. I I --. 'k.1 ;1

argument of the demurrer to theluuwMied the public. i iAs [I of them seems to- have been a combination graphers and the editorial writers on i Notice Is hereby ghee thai on :ae,12th

| iitlou and being argued by or conspiracy among number the subject mostly went astray. Th(' ,' A special meeting of the Muokhnld- day of Mrrb. A. I) 1*.7. 1 will!

I .? attorneys fur both parties, I have: to "public policy," Mr.Eddy on Combinations l of persons engaged in a particular bug advance in crude oil is of necessity:. 1 ers road of the Standard & Hernando Hall- apply to the Hon* raM*> Jowpii Bell!. :
I Company will be held at the office
says: "Public policy has been : oooaty judge in and for Marion rounty. .
gsieq tM matter such consideration I ;ness, to stifle or prevent competition. a di ad'; nlage to the Standard Oil I of the Company in Rockwell. stale of ri rt4tt. M a to onV- in "

and 'bt! examination of authorities atMieli used as a mantle to cover a multitude i l"a the case of "Pocahontas Coke Co., Company. That concern is a large !I Florida, Wednesday. tht, |I Ocala in stud county. for an .mi*>r b

f interval u the interruptions ineUwat of judicial sins. Sec. G!. It is contrary !i',3. Powhattan Coal and Coke Con I buyer of crude oil, and every cent ad-I 3rd day of April, 1901, I authorising. we. a* uMnttan of the. minor i
because it contains such and i at 11 o'clock a. in.. for the purpose of heir ot the '
estate of A ( )tC'Kan1M
lo Ibis offirt.Qultl permit. |'panr, 5G Sou. E. R. 2G4 decided i iIan. in vance means a heavier outlay for the I the
such obnoxious elements elements of j; voting on following proportion: )'. daa.rd. to net I at private M**
The state seeks by quo warranto to ,. 1507, the supreme court of W. Virginia compuny in the purchase of raw material To increase the Capital Stock of tbe follow inc propert belonging I',
't hn*. the defendant adjudged tMW 'I I cunning of deception oppression.] has reviewed the question at necessary for use in its refin- I said Company from $2 HU"i to $5 *).- !said estate, h-'A it The undUIdH m

wrrendmxl and forfeited its So long as the cunning, deception or, The is doubtless due 000. j of the
very great length and comes to the eries. advance crest minor Horn MrKlnnry ,nand

charter tights powers and franchise; I I the oppression injures primarily cer-j same conclusion. On the question of I to: the fact that the supply of crude oil To amend the charter provision limiting to the lots numbered oat' and
tt in individuals, the remedy is left !iI the amount of Indebtedness wo. of Ithirk two range three ,ifGOM 1
a1 to be ousted and excluded from 'the law it is: less than the consumptive requirements -
i common law right or says: liability to which the said Corporation
Addition to the of
!: city OraU,
tbe exercise thereof and that it betttuui I I with them, but when it is directed toward "A contract that is in unreasonabl'estraint and<< that therefore, the Standard siiall subject itself by Increa;',; ;i Marion county, state of Florid.

for such tho community at large the i in order to such amount from $150>*) to Jjvi.-:; I: Said land .
*d. The grounds actfcm of trade is void at common is bidding higher se- belonging to tb* <.tt. .(

ar*> fcet forth In the petition hereinafter courts invoke the doctrine of public I Ipo1iQ. law, because contrary; to public policy." I ore a sufficient quantity of crude oil.lof 000 and. I the Mid ,\. C McF .....,. dVeeaseJ,
r ." Ibid. "Public policy is almost j To amend the charter provision; 11m-I|to he soM for the best Interest of
mentioned.Tl'ere And in the fourth headnote "a combination which it is only to a limited extent itinb the number of Directors of \ I KaW minor heir.

is a demurrer to the petitteo. without definition, so varying: with among various producers of a producer. A very large proportion of Company' to 5 by increasing the cant I! This 6th day of February, 1)47SH

habits and fashion of the day with the a commodity the direct natural and the bitter criticisms against Mr. Rockefeller 07. I!!. MAKIAH MrKlNNKYGvardtoa

growth of commerce and usage of Rockwell Florida. February I k'i I + ,
t lat Ii: the wrong committed by; necessary effect of which is to restrain and against the Standard Oi'ompany 1907. ,

tbe defendant upon which this action trade." While the courts have not defined I| competition and to control is based in this fudamentally JOHN I.. INGLIS. I N0TICE OF APPLICATION FOR

\jf the Attorney General is predicated? it, "the rule may however be I!prices of such commodity, is in unreasonable ; wrong view that an advance in RALPH BARKER 1'rMMwnt. LETTERS PATENT.

safely laid down that whenever any I crude oil I which is from time time Secretary 2-2? I
lie proceed on behalf of the people restraint of trade and voidjat to i
contract conflicts with the morals of' Notice is hereby giten tbat rat
[ in the is to the bone on
and substantially sets out in the pe- common law because contrary to reported papers PORT INGLIS TERMINAL COM
established 9th day of March 1W7, the undersinned
'the time and contravenes any ;
tHion that on the ISth: day of May, I public polio" This case goes further !fit of the Standard or of any other of PANY. will apply to lIMa Honorable

\. I)., 1503, defendant corporation was i i ; interest" of society it is against |:than many of the others and says it ithe refining companies. That advance I'W. H. Bullock, judge of the eircnicourt -

., [public policy. 1 1I to the and there A special meeting: of the stockholders I of Marion county, at cake, ,
:\\y Incorporated and that its letters !I IJ makes no difference whether the subject goes producer, are a
must be of the Port Inglis! \ Terminal ,
Full freedom to contract I Florida for his endorsement and approval
set that it was for the put matter is a prime necessity of good; many thousands of people interested
patent out I if I Company; will be held at the office of i ithe of a proposed ebaner of asocial
allowed they
J hue of buying selling, manufacturingand life or not. if it is an article of legitimate in the producing of oil and Company at Hock well.\! .Florida on organisation to be known a* i

<, dealing in ice wholesale and 1'-1 a-Are not tainted with fraud. trade and commerce, in determining the ownership of oil wells who are rejoicing Wednesday, April 3rd 1901 The I>ua kl Club the. pfttp'..*.. charter
I b-Are not against public policy. at 12 o'clock noon for the purpose of of which U fife la the.
I ...1. to conduct, own and operate manage ,, whether it is in unreasonable that they are able to force the now on
I c-Are not contrary to any statute. I voting on the following proposition office of the clerk of the circuit court
"_ of | Standard to bid a higher price by virtue
and control a cold storage and ] restraint of trade \11 the powers i namely:
In Florida there is no statute covering of Marion county Florida the oblt'ctf :
refrigerating business and other I the contract should be considered, ; of the increasing demand for oil To increase the capital stock of the tbe wild corporation is. to form

things not material to mention. : the matter so that whate'erwrong and its character determined not Manufacturers' Record. .1 said company from JI.OIHUW to $!.- .. a social organisation anttMtg the g

I if any, it must Le a wrong as I .- .ooo.ooo. of Ocala, Florid, and fanefgbboring
II charges the formation in 1903 oflh alone by what has bten done under it, young men
.;at the common law. : i' I Rockwell. Florida. February IJ. towns and villa*.. tn
Rheumatic Pains Relieved.
.* Florida Packing & Ice Companyand but by what may ba done under it 907.
Marion count Florida to .MabU.
How is the common law? II ) a
lu pun*>**** as is set out in its .I when all of its powers shall have been I HUGH I). AITHINCLOSS. laM maintain club rooms, rwadlogjruoms. "
So cases have been cited in : B. F. Crocker esq., now 84 years
others the manbfarture : i exercised." RALPH: BARKER President rooms and in generalI
b-H< rs intent among fully ;;of age, and for twenty years justice I
and Hale of ice and conduct- .;argument that it has been impossible I This same case hulds, "It is no defense .of the peace at Martinsbiirg, Iowa Secretary. 2-22 I carry on a social club bnatnw I that
[for me to have read them all, with allof i writes "I afflicted with -- ---- ---- I is RUt iM-oMlstcttt with nor in fioj -
: am terribly
business the of the commodity ;
that prices
inu general storage their references so that I can only I :sciatic rheumatism in my left arm and NOTICE FOR PUBLICATION. j talon of the laws of ,.......
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of the stockholder constitute its subject matter
ilie which
and xnen names J. G. HUTCH.
mention a few of the many and most I 'right hip. I have used three bottles
*, mitt Ocala as the place of business. i have not been changed or even that :'of Chamberlain's Pain Balm and it Department of the Interior. Land Of I ROYAL R. COLE

nK., : ,1'\ that in the year 1004' de- 'I important ones. I such prices have been lowered." Nor i;did me lots of good." For sale by allruggists fice at Gainesville } lorida. Feb. KAltCt.NK
The state has cited and depends on I' 4. 1907. \\'.. ('. I""N.
< efendtint J. M. Meffert and John II. is it necessary that "a complete monopoly m
< Chicago \\'. & V. Coal Co., V. S. 24 HORT n. MATHKH'
copartnership under i jibe be formed," it is sufBcieent "if ,,
Tn\ 11'1" a I Notice is hereby given that Mary ---- --
73 N. E. R. 770, as its leading'authority. ''NOTICE i
tin iuint of Ocala Ice and Packing ( People it: tends to a monopoly and is to tee OF APPLICATION FOR Calhoun. widow of Dred II. CaltuMHi,, TAX ASSESSOR'S NOTICE.I .
This was a case for an I : LEAVE TO SELL MINOR'S I j
deceased, of Martel. Fla.. has filed notice
( .anPay: and erected a plant to manu I .injury of the public. i
have done |offense under the statute of Illinois number of LAND. I II I of her intention to make final i will be at the folkiI.. pbtte, on
and that they examined quite a
tll' Ice I have '
land contained two common law counts j five year proof in Support of her claim, I lime specified to rei". return irfl
of the filing of this i authorities but I deem it unnecjessary : Notice is hereby given that on the :
tI "J 10 the time j other viz: Homestead entry No 29.431.: made | >rot erty and agriettlivraJ MMtottrt.Sate .
V the court said in the second head I :
kPi Ion.'liufe. land I to refer to others, as the same :31st day of :March A. D., 19o7 Iwill December 19 1S99. for the east halflof trouble bjr brtagfam d
( that prior to the formation note "A combination between independent !'general thought is there. apply to Honorable Joseph Bell, r northeast quarter section 30 township 'I tax receipt ant never trm to amatory : '
I producers of coal to prevent i county judge in and for Marion county [ 15 south range 21 east and that In making tax return.
of the defendant corporation that the in sale, is unlawful and The charges as set out that this ;, state of Florida, at his office iuj!said proof will be made before ClerkI February.

c-jpaitnendilp: ; and the other corpora- I competition !company: is using its charter for the |iOcala in said county for an order au-i I i Circuit Court at Ocala Fla.. on I. ..... 22, a. m.
law conspiracy,,
amounts to a common :authorizing me as guardian of the mi,1101'
control !,
ti"3 were distinct and separate con- \' ,purpose of stifling competition | April 5, 1907. yo :t. p. m.
what be done in furtherance heirs of the estate of R. V. LaJnier
Mi engaged In the open market in regardless of may the output arbitrarily fixing the pricelof II She names the following\! witnesses I Fort MrCojr<< n. a. m.
and E. V. Lanier
.Ii deceased to
of the conspiracy: This to prove her continuous residence Anthony 21.I .
business of manufac- ice and the quantity to be manufactured
lh(' Ktnipetltlve |sell at private sale the following property -
and cultivation of the land via:
a case where an indictment upon I Sparr 2 'mnnr and belling artificial ice and was obtained against several independent i is such an allegation of : belonging to said estate, to-wit: Elijah Collins of Martel. Fla.: J. J. Pine, rrhool ho .e> K p. M.

the I'f' were no other firms!' nor corporations was i wrongdoing where the corporation is ; Northeast quarter of southwest Mobley: of Martel. Fla.: Henry Williams I Orange Sprii.gs ::. p. m.
coal producers charging [quarter and south half of southwest' of Martel. Fla. Will Marion
nor individuals in Ocala or I charged! as "being merely the instrujment" ; Citra :S.
them with having "entered into a conspiracy !;quarter of section 9, township 15 I lof Martel. f'Ia.I I Ocala all of March.The .
surrounding territory selling ice.l'harges for this purpose, should be an- ,south 22 and
I range east: north
to do an illegal act injuriousto law require all las return tobe
that the shareholders of the I vered, and as the demurrer admits of northwest quarter of section 16, .j i 2-22 Register. I in by 1st of April.
the public trade, and with entering : I II
'township 15 south 22 east
defendant corporation are the two i the allegations to be true the de- range 1 ALFRKII AYHR,
and into and being parties to a poolto i excepting, however, from the above | NOTICE FOR PUBLICATION.
should Ml
and "
i of one of the ice plants imurrer is not well taken
partner regulate and fix the price at which I 1 lands the following described tracts, I I -- -, .
ll-e stockholder: of the other corpora- :ba overruled. to-wit at the southwest '!
the coal should be sold in the state of; : commencing 'Department, of the Interior. Land Of. Notice to Creditors
lion owning and operating the other I I The remaining point in this case is 'corner of the northwest quarter of lice at Gainesville Florida. Feb Notice Is hereby given to all credjtorg. ,

= ke plant and they jointly control the Illinois. as to the question is "ice a prime '!northwest quarter of said section 16 I 4. 1907. I legatees, distributees and all'otht'f
of the People vs. Northtiter thence north section line 25.20
In the case on
arbiifjirlly i having against
foulness of the defendant and I necessity of life. I apprehend in determining persons
.. shall Refining Co.. S X. Y., suppl.! 401, i chains, thence east 6.CO chains, thence Notice is hereby given that Douglass 'Ithe estate of Julia T Munm'. d****.
fix the price at what ice 2 L. R. A. 33 in speaking of a combination this question reference must !south 19.23 chains, thence east :U51 I Gillard. of Blitchton. Fla.. hasfiled ed.I to present the same to the under

,, 1* sold in Ocala and its territory and be had to locality, circumstances andnditions. !:chains, thence south 3.5 chains, thence I I notice of his intention to make meal within two years from Uu.Jan. .

so ft' ulaft' the output of the twoplants. formed for the purpose of con-'I ) It has been frequently east 2.19 chains, thence south 3.45 cbs. I II final five year proof in support of his 11. .\. I).. 1907, at Ocala. Fla.

Charges that while the defendant troling the price of sugar, the court I I held that "coal" was a prime necessity i to quarter-quarter section line thence I'I claim viz: Homestead entry No. 2'J913 ,- T. T Mr.N'nOB.;

; letter ,said: ".\Il the cases, ancient and modern west 11.94 chains to point of beginning made April 27. 1900. for the south- Executor of the Last Will and Testament .
was (created as appears by its of life, and it is argued by defendant'scounsel ; and also tract '
f o that combination the ten- excepting rouimencjing J ast quarter of southwest quarter of Julia T. Munnte. dereasei.MISt .
patent for the purpose of buying, |. agree, a that is a product of nature. I at a point 57.95 chains west of ,jsection'I' 12, township 11 south range

K'Mng, manufdcturlg and dealing in cy of which is to prevent general com-I while the manufacture of artificial ice [northeast corner of Alvarez Grant in j 119 east and that said proof will lKmade .

1 Ice, yet it carries on only the business petition and to control prices is det-i Sis on a different basis. Coal would {township 15 south range 22 east, before Clerk Circuit Court at10cala. ," S -. .
that it irimental to the public and consequently i thence north 580 feet thence west 300feet i Fla.. on
o' buying and selling ice and I not, possibly, have necessarilybeen ; 5 1907.I .
unlawful." thence south 300 feet thence April SS
''I Jui>s or has delivered to it on some Standard Oil Co., determined to be "prime neces ''east 200 feet thence south 280 feet I He names the following witness II.

understanding or agreement between I In case of Texas sity" of life for those who live on the ''to Silver Springs hard road, thence I to prove his continuous residence .

the stockholders of the other corpora- t t's.. Adoue 19 S. \\'. 274, 29 Amr. St. border of the equator where the virgin least 100 feet to point of beginning; !upon. and cultivation of the land ,'Iz.jEnoch. "I DR. 0. M. BONEY. s

all oft iR.: G90, "A combination to prevent disturbI 'said lands situate, lying and being in J James of Blitchton. Fla.: Jer.don -
tion and the two copartners I and create fictitious forests have never been :\ Marion county, Florida. Hall! of Blitchton, Fla.: Grant I Eyesight 8i.ee4alt.t.
\ oa.put of the two companies ofalt i i competition I(' I, nor do I see why ice should be aprime 1 Said lands belonging to the estate ,LMorton. of Blhchton, Fla.: Frank Pool I .

of its ice and have apportioned be- ;, rites, independent of the law of supply -i! necessity of life in the north polar ,of the said R. Y. Lanier and E. V. !of Blitchton Fla. I. .

ten the two concerns manufactar' j i i and demand and to such an extent j I regions, but in the tropical climate :' Lanier, deceased, to be sold for the HENRY S ('!lI'Un.

I of the lic or any particular class of citizens -i '!best interest of said minor heirs. ,' .<)-:-) Uegii-ier>
'. in pursuance of Florida and especially
Ing to-
: This 2Sth day of February 1907.M. '
::; who be especially interested : !i
Jhd agreement and refuse to sell ice has entered into so many industries \V. LEE.I I NOTICE OF APPLICATION FOR

) 'In the open market but deliver their j!either as producers or consum-!'among others the great: fish and oys- :M-5t Guardian. SPECIAL LEGISLATION.

defendant and it'ers in the article or staples affected"Ithe the fruit and:
to the business of the state,
entiroutput ter --------- --- ------- --
Ocala. Fla., Feb '", ..Ii':
I: contract is void and against public NOTICE. -
nuails the ice to the general public :! vegetable business the e"erday use ; Notice ia hereby given hal+ -fc t.n-

at certain designated prices set out policy of refrigerated cars. it can scarcely i i it ', The Central National Bank of |dersigned as Trustees of liJ' SB,'; .al 1I; !, .41
Jellico Mountain
U. S.5.
of '
.n the petition giving the price before I I In case be said that it was not a prime necessity -:Ocala, located at Ocala, in the State !(Tax School Hit>>trlcl Nitmbi-: O:, fn

the combination and the price since, ]: Coke and Coal Co.. 4G Fed. 432 I of life in this stale, independent'''of Florida! is closing its affairs. All!Marion Count, State of VUui.'a' uh-

the price''| l2 L. R. A. 753 "A combination between 1;note holders! and other creditors of erwise known as Ocala Sciu: ) 0!
aud by which it appears that ,of the.question of health and comfort. i i |i trlctl will. during the next ni i t'at
in state and the association are therefore hereby ,
coal producers one i iI
.-mc' is higher and that the profits j Fifty years ago in Florida a differ- :"notified to present the notes and otter sion of the Legislature! 1)1! 'I' b"; I'
the stock-l coal I dealers in another state to regulate -i : and day af'! .
,re ilisirilmted between ent conclusion might have: been reach claims for payment. of Florida sixty
prices of coal in Nashville Tenn., j date of this advertisement ui.'t: ; '.f' Ip
holdersid the two copartners. ed. T. T. :\m ROE. ,
1: of the of con- : I 'publication thereof: according; to twapply
violation act
of the acts and i was held a and ordered that 2- 2t President. .
reason : considered
Charge th. by It is to the said Legislature : ,ienactment '
: in i!i.
conspiracies re-
agreements set out that the competiiU !gress prohibiting !an order will be entered by this court ,< Notice:>> : to Non-Resldint Sportsmen. of a Jar. or laws t h.> air .
in ice has ceased, and that the ]I I straint of trade and commerce. (Thiscase I II overruling the demurrer to the pet :; Notice is given to non-residents! (.jest and substance of which will bej! 1 a aka -IMCtain' of Mtr.- *

defendants la accordance with the ] is cited with reference more particularly .lion. i(hunting game in Marion county that !to empower the said Special Tats Lase. ..w flat tS
: as to extent of locality, that 'the laws of Florida require them to School District to provide: for and to
have fixed the higher: Done and ordered at Ocala Florida, I ..... JIF t
agreement affecting only one city. Xahle.land II I!i first procure a license before so doing.: issue bonds or certificates of lnd<.>Medne&s """-"-
schedule of prices that are mention- i case : !Feb. 25, 1907. The amount fixed is $10.00 and the not exceeding! in amount the money vIa"e& SA
this one city, Ocala.) : of Tcu Thousand Dollars Uld.Oi .- .
ed. | \V. S. :official issuing the license is tht' clerk sum -
Charge that tee i.; a "public neces- ,! In case of :Morris Run Coal Co., vs. j Judge. 'of the circuit court. This notice is >'J.l11I1 the proceed of whkt to be I .;TCAL( riot

combination anJ'o'ana.auent Barclay, 68 P nna.. 173, S Anier. Rep. j given for the purpose of giving warning u"cd to liquidate present hl& ed"'l
the : nnd 4 0. hNI.t Oea
that &
fit *.i>' and i of said School District, and to "
> and trouble.
the matter before the court was of .
defendant's busi- 159: In the Fifth Judicial Circuit Court .
; of the i E. McCRANEY. repair, enlarge equip and otherIs
te .* contrary to "public policy" and whether the contract set up was m-i I the State of Florida. Marion County. ;4t. Game Warden. enlarge and increase the facilities of I Florid S

tl\ the combination and confedNary -,'gal under the statute or at common ;;;'State of Florida ex rel W. H. Ellis, the school buildings and property of a .

that absolute control of tUaof i'haw, as against public policy. :, Attorney General vs. Ocala Ice and ;,iNOTICE OF APPLICATION FOR ,said District. --
u has i Wfl\TIIKU.
t.ah. !ice in the city of Ocala and i| The refree held ;t was void as (, Fuel Company a corporation. LAND. J. E. CHACE. '

..urrn.mding h'rrltormd by reason of i 1 jat common law and under the statute!| This cause came on to be heard: on ;I \V. T. GARY. !/',, VRR and ,1rA( r

set out and the actstotplMned :. i land the court discussing it said: I i:argument of the demurrer to the'I j. Notice is hereby given that on the ,Trustees Ocala Special TaSchool j
the agreement I '!1st of A. D. 190;. I will ::-22-St:
day April. ap- District. j
( of. resulting in the stin-!!"TLat as to constracts as for a limited -!'amended I petition and the same was ,
iply --
to Honorable Joseph Bell County
'r.c ')f competition and the using of |i i restraint the courts start with aj I!!argued by the attorneys for both parities .!Judge in and for Marion county State ISTACHATTA PHOSPHATE COM! .' .,

the defendant corporation as a mere ;!'presumption that they are illegal, unless -!: and the court having considered I of Florida at his office in Ocala in PANY. .

to control the manufacture |(! shown to have been made upon I the same and filing an opinion setting I II I said county, for an order authorizing '
instrument I I me, as guardian of the minors. Ernes- :;: Notice is hereby given that the annual -
of ice in the city of Ocala j jaa.l adequate consideration acid upon circumstances forth the views of the court, it is !I i tachatta Phos-
and tale tine Brooks and Nannie Brooks, to sell : meeting of the I FUNERALDmtCTOSS.
surrounding; territory and by reason -" both reasonable and ue-I therefore pursuant to the said opin- ,'at private sale the following property :phate i Company will be: held at the office -

of the acts complained of the des ful. This presumption is a ,ion and judgment of this court, this belonging to minors to-wit: The N. of the company at Ocala. Florida '

(Vut'int has "forfeited its rights, privilege :- consequence of the general principlethat I|day filed, considered and ordered that lof Lot 57 and Lots 58, 59, and SO :[ion the first Tuesday In March 1, 1).l .
in town of Martel.
franchises" interest is superior to the demurrer be and the same is now i(
the public -
*, power and Said land belonging to the said minor I COLIN C. WYLLIK, JR.
** The demurrer admits the truth of .private I and that all restraints: ot trade overruled. to which ruling the defendant children to be sold for the best 2-15 Si'CrelarY. i Hav i full ..'...k of ( 'n"' ... ..... _

\\ allegations, so all that must be,fare injurious to the public in some dgret' (' excepts. interest of said minors. ------ -.. ami Burial Outfit. .. ntrrj.l l 4- --ft u
these This the 23 day of February 1907. Cyprsss Tract Wanted.-Addres* RurUl torvice*.
Is are the matters and The general rule is that all restraints It Is further considered and ordered
determined JOHN H. BROOKS H. 79 Midland av thin?* bet -In set up such as'to author- of trade if nothing more ap- that the defendant is allowed fit. ::-1 Gnardlaa. .T. :.::.:ti Embalming to Order


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OF INTEREST VETERANS._TO___CONFEDERATE I:14 1 1 "tlt" "1f"1"t"v" "I 1 1 f" "f " "1" 1 1 q"1" "f11" I "i"fP f f "1';; "WWWK" t

To the Editorq Ocala Banner I I
Martel, Fla., Feb. 25, U"I7. I I
Kindly publish the fcllowiu; :, :in ;try \ 'B19..... t
and resolution adopted by the r l-'i: ;: I W-- ..
Division, U. D. C.'s hell! it (k; :i:.. j C' ...
\rifle November last as a n\M'r .: ....
,. ,, : J"Y;.; : aagjag 1r B:7:'F<::7"' > } .. : t r"""'"'''_''''"''''-'''-,,; : ::r'' IJ"P.ur. ____
general information anl especialthe :! ':
b 'neSt of Marion eouutv- n' ',,', <<
sentatives in the Ic-gWararo or F: I I ....

ida hrty ILw contents who support.are hereby of_said requesto resohmon-. nf. L'-,>\-'.:.:,".:.' .III. 4 I I I JA0 I : BROTj : & ; BIRO.i 3 J

Tallahassee, Fla., Feb. 3, '' 7, :
Dear Sir and Comrade: The r.".1 .,c'. _
I SIrte'
::: 'l : assKg-e g rgje g-eaagg Kf s Ry ssa p i r Sf jIG ::
companying resolutions wen ui: dll' C ,
mously adopted at the Amu't; f.n ....
campnunt of the Florida DIUMI/I! ,
C. V.'s held at Gainesu'1.Xovu": !!! /l'1'! '!: 4 DII- 8r _LES AG-EXTS :: i
last, and copies are now piaoul; In !i C i
your hands with the request I'lat I't"'i :(:1 I ,
? use jour personal influence with \'u'r' t.-

tcuator and representatives t -c-uv .9 _= lfflO ==___ J._ _,... =- i j jI
tte enactment of laws that v,il1Iheirt l! >. ;: ,' d r-4
+ into immediate ect.'I.i.; f' t
> I .... I II
foil the measures are :g- I ... I
impu'tant, the one looking to I'M' i j' i l' ; .. .
of Flonla: < ,: .;
feet ion of the records -( i4rtom ... $
Oiers is the more presrms, lot ',- .. t :
y rJ-- ..
in t'i ,' 1
irason that the actors : j
tragedy of war are rapidly i.iaway <:'.-' fJ!>- a..t.. ... i
and with each death impor'. 't'I I,I e sr._ rn \;i,. :" }!I gg ra 8 awre ;iPg m; .J'1 k C/. artams MIIZS_KWe o. 1 ..... ;;
information! forever is lost. The :t cords t. .. : ;
have been swallowel t Ilk> ti.grau ., I h!I,.' : IrD- ....
That which is left that: <':tin i 4 t .......
l'e 'one' must be done at onr n u |j wish call the
Is to Le done at all, anal: that it shouii1'bo : '! ;:: to attention of Stock Feeders to the following interesting figures: .:: ;

cone: is beyond contradiction L',' ....
Ciy true soldier of Florida now hvins., I tom- .
every widow of a Florida sjlduv; (! COMPARATIVE: -4-T
erf ton: and every daughter of thi-i! '' Q : ::
soldiers has a personal interest in tn, Cam-5-' ......
perfection of these records that the i G -- --
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story of the men who did such splendid 'fit I 7
service shall be preserved and I ':E: CORN OATS & PURINA FEED i ::

their down to future
names passed
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generations. Florida has just cause to i I <. --
very proud of her sons and the record E: Protein 9 per ct 11 per ct. 14 per cent. ::

they made in the Confederatewar :....._ I _
and should be only too glad to' I
fi : Fat ;: 4 ct. 4 ct. 6 cent.
tell their story to the world. ,': i&I E per per per ::
That the states can amply afford to '

wake all the appropriations asked for I :== Carbohydrates 68 per ct 50 per ct. 60 per cent. ::

is proved by the liberal appropriationsmade .i --' -- ......

add. 'cue in cent the past to the and rate"which of taxation did not .II Crude fiber : 4 per ct 9 per ct 6 per_ cent. =; Ij I

'\ or general; revenue; on the contrary :p.- ------ w
past appropriations have all ..
town 1fd while the rate for general G. -- .-..... -

Hoping that you will give these res : I
olutions your cordial uspport and that .
you may be able to induce your sena .== PROTEIN I -Is the chemical property in all feeds which builds lean meat in animals; in other words--muscle. T:: ':

tor and representatives to pledge their C::: Fat and Ca r b o h y d rates--Make the fat froni which drawn the store of heat and energy consumed by the animal in ::: ; ,

elutions support to immediately measures making effective these, I am ics-, : its 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. Fat ::

"t Very truly yours i 6I :: and 60 per cent. Carbohydrates is the same as figuring 75 per cent Carbohydrates. t.

Asst.FRED Adj't.L.: ROBERTSON Gen. I:. C. V.: .< i I i ;:::: Fiber i --Is that portion of a feed which is largely waste, although about J-3 digestible All grains in their natural state analyze cer -::,

-- :! jc ji ::: tain percentages of fiber, hence that part nature intends as an aid to assimilation of the concentrale elements, Protein, Fat and :::

Resolution.Adopted i' (3 i.- Carbohydrates. No feed should contain more than 15 per cent fiber, however, and one which runs as low as i per cent i is an ::
he sixth annual :::
at '
( tncacip [ -! exceptionally good ieed. ...
ment of the Florida Division t'. C i e:11- __
't th _
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records 16ifl! .. I
Whereas Valuable are constantly !
.. t going to destruction or being; -- '
; lost because their value is not appie- ; G, ::: You will now understand that PURINA FEED, judging from the above table of figures is
F dated or understood, and i C;;.-

:f documents Whereas, are Many practically valuable books valueless auJ ''!'EiJ 1 It :12--: a superior feed to corn and oats. REMEMBER, corn is liable to heat and colic your mules and -- ) 1.,

,t, books because and, in documents the mass,of they accumulated are mat. : Q d::: horses Oats are high in price and it takes more of them, sack for sack, to keep your work stock ....
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ssible, andWhereas : : _
in _
.i:; It is the duty of the state ,: c.:: in fit condition than when feeding PURINA FEED: :: .
' *- vatch over and protect its archives I IL I Ir' f]p-
that history be truthfully record ;i' !I . flet.
r', may :::: ==-- -----0--: -- -- -- --- = =:------h. ---- '=-_. '- .-__
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i t ed, therefore, be it f Ii! "":::- =-- :::::: i
Resolved That the legislature ot the G -- ili

t urged state be to, and enact is a hereby law that requested will ettab: and i:i .GI E TRY A FEW SACKS AND BE CONVINCE 2mmti /

list and maintain a Department of i| :E
Archives and History at the; l'alitol..i G .....
to the end that the many invaluahle' e: __ ______. .
, relics and records of the earlda. >'> ot & -4

k our state", now rapidly going to decay'' Sc MTIE-i EN IN :NEED OF =:
for want of proper care and attention : :
may be preserved that posterity : C! >
may be able to correrctlj r
t r understand ell as know the that story of today.of the past: t's e f5 Bull Durham, U. S. Marine Sensation Duke'sE 1 i

, .
r Whereas, The records of the sols > fiS ,
f dier& of Florida form an important : ,
link in the history of the state: and
, hhould be as! nearly accurate as I itu-\ 6f Mixture or Mill Boy Smoking Tobacco I
can be made at this late day, thH..for''
Resolved, That the Florida Dni::::on. A>- -
United Confederate Veterans, usp: c. c: END US YOUR --
fully request the coming legislature i C! ORDERS. ==
to appropriate at least $;),OUd.\lI' fttr i>- --
the perfecfion and publication ot a' e _
., revision of the rolls and for the pub c: ---
lication of the stories of the organizations : 4!E Also Old Virginia Cheroots, Florida Emblem and Hunt lub Cigars

,a that made the name of Fior- 8e3a-
Ida glorious in the history of the na- II'! -
== Yours for '
Won. more business, j ==
Resolutions adopted at the sixteenth : -- __
annual reunion, Florida DIMS- : C!! __
C. V.1) CI+ -
lon U. I .
Whereas Florida, ciall the Conk Jd: I..T.: > 'Y.i'=-_"""' 'T ___> !II! __ ...."...
, crate states with troops on the field
;' is alone unrepresented by a menu- Ci!
( swat on the field at Chicamauga. and i i, 4!: ;
Whereas, It was one of the juMtes; : ; i,: G .
: and most decisive battles of the Ce'i ( fl(;: A0BRQ'\VN& BRO.f J Jtill
federate war in which the soldiers ot i' C!
honor G
F nda took a part and won
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therefore -
for the state and themselves : I -
" it 't.r J' >R':";;' ';:: !:: P' : -
be "' -W---d :
GResolved < .
t ,
-t ry;JI
::: ;r.i' :"' .. ,
That the Florida Division j 6 ::
;, of the United Confederate Veterans 1 -till-
do most respectfully request the leg 6I -4 ,
Mature; to make at the coming sesison .. --
ii:' appropriation sufficient to .erect a :: t
that will honor tte men .

-.. who monument placed the name of Florida at he ? " " " " J

' .. > top ot the Scroll of Fame. 't"1"4"6"'" " " " uautetiuI1L" " '

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