The Ocala banner
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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 8, 1907
Publication Date: 1883-
Frequency: weekly[]
weekly[ former aug. 25, 1883-dec. 28, 1888]
daily (except sunday)[ former dec. 30, 1888-]
Subjects / Keywords: Newspapers -- Ocala (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
Newspapers -- Marion County (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
Genre: newspaper   ( marcgt )
newspaper   ( sobekcm )
Spatial Coverage: United States -- Florida -- Marion -- Ocala
Coordinates: 29.187778 x -82.130556 ( Place of Publication )
Dates or Sequential Designation: Vol. 17, no. 12 (Aug. 25, 1883)-
Numbering Peculiarities: Issues for 1884 later called new ser. vol. 2.
General Note: Editors: T.W. Harris, F.E. Harris, C.L. Bittinger.
General Note: Description based on: New ser., vol. 2, no. 14 (Dec. 1, 1883).
Funding: Funded by NEH in support of the National Digital Newspaper Project (NDNP), NEH Award Number: PJ-50006-05
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Holding Location: University of Florida
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, -... ..'..................NN4NN..N.........++++. I: THE JACKSONVILLE DEVELOPMENT I"i PRETTY COMPLIMENT TO MISS 4 .CI ..

WT. ........4N...............N.......................a I II COMPANY. i

i'' I r.I Business Connections 1
t i-OUR FIRST SHIPMENT OF :. | It Has Bought Twenty Acres of Ocala Miss Lillian

. Suburban Property and Will Iv iho is one of i

1a Beautify and Sell It.Mr. t ors, was the .
I it.1'I t ieautiful II profitable to BOTH SIDES are lasting. We make {:

l H BASEBALL : GOODS H J. A. Holloman, editor, of the t y Miss Bessie ourselves worth as much to our patrons as they are to J:|

Jacksonville Industrial Record, and a r eceived her us. That's how we keep, old friends while making :

-t : member of the Jacksonville! Development
0t i new ones. o
: : Company, was in Ocala Saturday E:d in yellow

arrived and i i and stated that his company had MUNROE & CHAMBLISS
: Has we can ? recently purchased twenty acres of I After all the' \1 i
i t hey were \
i i iI Ocala aurburban property and will doi I r oom. Seated BANKERS. .
i fill orders promptly donf1 in 1
i your nre what it has successfully 1JackoJl.'iiE >orter, Miss
ee :, Tampa and other Florida I |
i irr, Miss FLORIDA'J t
i. TAIL : : cities to-wit: that it will lay off this -,\lixon Miss .+++.*.*..... .... ....... +.............
property into building: lots with streets .
; 'hurber Gore,
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1 and avenues running through it, will ,liss Alice Camp Gives Small Bridge PartyFor ...........*++.....+...... t

ill) 1 totfiee I'U [ StOl'e.' II pave out palm the streets aad other and ornamental sidewalks shade plant ,;:;ieligman.The table Miss Ward. BIGGEST LINE

() trees and when these improvementsare lecorations of !
made will put the property on the Allene Ward, of South Caro-
( enter: of the OF
'. market ana will sell at public or private : I Ia was the honor guest at a small i
; : candlehra .
sale. informal bridge party on Monday I
.1 ................. I ach end of
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... .4$.$444 4 which
+.4.,4.+ 4+ The property purchased by the Jacksonville : was given by her hostess,
.........4..NO.........N.......... .....t..3h Development Company in I ovely pink i I Clarence Camp. I T

----- ---- ---- --- -- --------- v,:ala lies just south of the residenceMr. I the chandlier were four tables of bridge I 1
Mr. Frank Lyons of Port Tampa. ribbon tied to I
Prof. Emmett Cowden cf Inverness. i was in Ocala Sunday and Monday of J. J. Gerig en Lake Weir ave.1Ie wreath of pink the game was played progress- !\ [WATCHES

Punt Sunday with friends in Orala.I I having been called here on account and is susceptible of beig very I guests wore on until eleven o'clock, when a lain .

of the critical illness of his nephew ,D:.ndsonely beautified. It was for I luncheon. On supper was served. i I I'I

,111.8, Edna Gattrell of Fairfield. is Mr. Will Clark. ;ill erly known as the chwerin orange I verses, gentlemen's prize, a silver iI i
afterwards bought by I FOR -;
the guest of her friend, Miss Lillie I I ave was girls and were I;: was won by Mr. J. M. Roess, i

Uailey, for a short while. Mr. and Mrs. John R. Martin and I p]r. W. \\'{ Condon, from whom the rosebud the laides' prize, a pretty lace I }

little Master Martin and Miss Martin 'J, cksoa\ille Development Company While lunch j by Miss Sara Harris. Mrs. R. L. I.DIES( AND GENTLEMAN( I;.

of Orange their ,,111 irchased it. cut the consolation
Mrs Anna Bond Hopkins, who have been up from prixe,
lake, will go to Cuba with the I(home at Istachatta for several days ;j The scheme adopted by this com- eral flash light I:i pretty Annenian lace handkerchief.
association. all deV; my has been very successful In.cksonville The color of honor .
vditorlal press returned yesterday. They are guest was presented
I i IJ.. Tampa and other towns was pretily
gold hat
lighted with their new home. a lovely pin.
is' I lit which it has been tried and thempany After l!_ ,* *
Mm. L. M. Graham, of Connor, Miss Ward is on her -

vMting her daughter, Mrs. W. H. The Hunter Drug Company has re1 1 jC{ ( is satisfied that the same tained the She is a very attractive and

Carlton in this city. cehed its fine soda fountain. It is :s 1 ccess will follow it here. i Card Instead Club,of young woman and with

j certainly a dazzling piece of furni- I contest" ; universally popular a hostess com-
Mr*. Cecil Bryant went to Inglis I[ture. It ._ entitled to the blue ribbon : Mr. Laurence Ballard Married. i with her own charms she can- I
of different THE JEWELER.
Mtwday afternoon to spend a few days I I!along this line and is fully in Keeping |I The Ocala! friends of Mr. Laurence and tail to be one of the most popu- !

with hw mother Mrs. A. 0. Karris.Mr. with the splendid furnishings of the ''I]:illard will be surprised to learn that and bers. living of our winter visitors. 1 ..........................
Holder block. ::0:1 i Sunday morning he slipped a way to I
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John T. Lewis, State prison in- 10 tford and quietly united in mar- tides which i --- -------- ---
!: was resented some ........N........N4N0.9N.N....................-
HMVtor. ha* t'ntt'rt'upon the discharge ,. The municipal government of Jack-ir age to Miss Mary Hurst, a charmg ,

ut hi. duties and is now in bonville has purchased a street oil,iI! young woman of that place.Mr. eral vere lucky I II

Mewt FkWIda. sprinkler as a sanitary measure. It Ballard now holds a responsiet Gore all, and won on a I Adding Hew Accounts! !
f11. is a germ killer as well as n. dust ;,b position with the Northern & kerc'iief.: i

Jolla T. Lewis. state prison in- proof protector. Here is a pointer for ;;Sour :nithern Lumber Co., at Cornell and : t
Cakes! mints,
*;} ** **. has born at Pensacola for the city solons. Give us something t: e and Mrs. Ballard are making their l ti
f served
i..*. few day on business: connected to allay the dust and destroy the 'I )Mme there. cream grated over: i We are constantly adding new ac- j I

with hb IM>W office. The newly married couple have the

germs. i i'e mgratulations and best wishes of; representing a I i counts and our business. is increasing at i !

"' .. Anato Mathews has returned I Mr. J. J. Williams, general manager :;t ier friends in which this paper joins was placed

lose FrtHM Mobile, where she hasHdtoft of the Williams Fish and Oyster i,i I served Burford.b;- :; i a very satisfactory rate. Possibly you also I !

.... the few weeks t i A Correction. I Mary
+t pas company, at Homosassa, was among

e db friend and relatives.Mr. our vsitoss Tuesday. His busiess ,'] a the Editor Ocala Banner: I i Miss luncheon. I might be glad to join us. teCOMMERCIAL <,'l I III

is growing every day and the Homo-!! The article appearing in a recent at I
I. J. Itrumby will go with the sassy fish are as well known as JIi!i sue of your paper asserting that the Mrs.Vill

ta1Ne iretw association to Key West mosassa is known as the best fishing |;I.l. C. 1.. railway company had con, idox, Misses I

tasid say .1tt'Dd l his journey as far grounds in Florida. :, tI acted to furnish the Martel Lum, sor, Sallie t'I
::1I I Carolina, Miss II BANK I
M Havana I ler company a specified number of
I i Annie .
Lewis OfC;| :irs each month is without founda
Mi. John T. inspector
"... .wttrtr of a lost shepherd dog
Mr. in the conferencE
1 )n. Our Ray. :' '
state prisons is back from a recentusit High OCALA\ FtJ. :
its where-
RM K" Information as to Florida where he has 'J Ie had with an official of the aboVE< 1 .
.&.. __i by applying at the Banner of- been to inspecting the prison camps in'!'11 11I lilroad was simply assured that thE: The 4..44.......44......4..... ........... ..............

f I that section. He finds the camps in !III' :jmpany would make every reason ,tion questions I l .
| ale effort to furinish us with car,;
tIM.dlttot., the awful dust; fairly good condition but expects to : schools have
decal relieve the situation just as fas t II OF THE LADIES' IMPROVEMENT I!;;iven in these columns in our Sunday
tt New in all directions and was al- I'make them, under his administration| ::0 Kansas City .
SOCIETY. 1 I aper.
existing circumstances would permit
Can perfect as they can be made. Charon was
ret+earablo esterday. It as nearly and we believed that the representation I It behooves every Ocala citizen toe
het don? !over the
ttwsakiMf I was made in good faith. The Ladies' City Improvement So I up and doing.
'r ;, -" Mr. J. D. Mixon, one of our old and This is all there is to the alleged con,- The heart met at Yonge's hall Tueslay Let each and every one of us de-

I Mr. Mamie llowse Stovall and tworMMrfi. substantial subscribers from Micanopy i tract. midst of the at 10 o'clock. Mrs. R. McI I ermine to hold up the hands of these

> Wallace and Mamie, have paid us a fraternal call Tuesday j; MARTEL LITMBER CO., A ocupied the chair, and in the ood ladies in their noble work.
Jftekson\illt where they will renewal of the weekly I measuring
, t. tn > |and paid for the Per Walter Ray, Treas. of Mrs. Stovall the secretary, '
, 1Mn the editor and go with them to visits of the Ocala Banner to his I The snow Hocker filled this position. Meeting of the U. C. V.'s

, KT Ww and Cuba. fireside for another year. lIe says i Agatheridan Society. nort hpole to The president stated that this was .
I -
, that the rain was like a God-send tol j I it crosses
.'left time set for the annual electionf The Confederate Veterans bl
I Hv. 11. \ AtkUbon Tuesday .the people of his immediate vicinity j The regular meetipg of the Agatherdan ),ras it is I It.he It.> officers and said that it would- be heir,monthly meeting Monday mornng .
. fr CVdar Key where he goes to at I held last Friday af- t air. 11
Society was
, mpossible for her to accept a re-elec-: in the city council chamber. Only
, lend a ewafVrence of his church. Ht Mr. Harry P. Johnson, formerly of \ .ernoon, March 1. "Honi soit It I routine business was transacted.

, will Bet be gone many days. Asheville, N. C., now a phosphate mi- After the minutes of last meeting t tim be It ion.A committee was appointed at the Communications were received from >'

, J of Floral City, was in Ocala Tuesday lad been read and approved, the following A toga is
I ner officers
Mr. Brm+rt McUn left Tuesday l 1 ast meeting to suggest suitable headquarters at New Orleans and
, the Ocala i rendered having t isually found
J and was registered program was
, taeteo far 1'aUtka and expects to join C f for the ensuing't rm. Jacksonville calling attention to the
ltt. MtHortal excursion there and go :House. He says that phosphate mining ; for its subject Longfellow: Quotations Contralto Agreeably to their recommendationshe fact that the annual dues were now
I ] is better than it has been in many from Longfellow's poems from 15 to which only electd
f with It to KtJI't. t and may extendU following persons were duly if ie and prompt
and the man with a phosphate ; 51.
vtoit to llatana.Loot.A years ; : be appreciated.
0 far as accumulating a surplus Essay. "Life of Longfellow.MaryDates. I Mr. Will
s :deposit so i Mrs. Wm. hacker, president.Mrs. Those attending the meeting were

: i J' pair of gold rimmed tyeglae is concerned, is eligible to membership -, C. L. Bittinger, first vice-pres- the following: Commander, L.f.

P .. Saturday night between earl to the gum bunch brigade.In i Essay. "Life of Longfellow at Cam- i denLMrs. Graham, Adjutant, E. T. Wllbam.
Mr. Will
" ultra) RfumuU and Baptist church. j bridge.-Ellen Clarkson. H. C. Groves second vice-pres- Comrades, W. L. Ditto H. W. Long,
'" I J matters Texas is now a Declaration.-Phil Robinson. ]paralysis on .
.. ""\ uHftMv regard for return to Thomas dent. J. M. Martin G. M. Habbard J. E.
UBmh. chef, Ocala House. .5.t lender instead of a borrower from the Recitation.-Adele Bittinger. ]ais mother Mrs. Herbert L. Anderson, third Bailey, D." A. Miner M. P. Frtnk, W.
: East. A news item from San Antonio Recitation.-Gene\ieve Smith. His entire '
'.ricepresident.Mrs. C. Jeffords, C. C. Priest, Join Pasteur 4
- To aM" how the influence of the quotes a banker as saying that the Essay. "The Longfellow Cemetery." :and he is Jean Austin, fourth vicepresilent. ; It. R. Carlton and Frank Harris.
. banks of Texas have loaned North and -Carlisle Iziar.Recitation.Lucile. tion. The
The Camp adjourned to mt
. cake Ii. iaer. the oldest newsaper j1
. m PtorMa. hi extending, it is only nocarjr East at least $20,000,000, which is Moore. I'ness is III Miss Esther Weathers, recording first Monday in April.
bringing them from 6 1-2 to 9 1-2 per Essay. "Longfellow as a Poet.- friends and
: ....* to **y that we received a pcs- ::ecretary. -- 1

#./I iralw 1 a U&K for a sample copy of ally successful crops, the unprecedented Debate: Resolved that England anticipated- secretary. I Bass and pike are large ah therefore
in real estate is the Justified in Depriving the Acadians .'I -
was .
. ho i papa.i Mr. A. Mrs. Dan Morgan Smith, treasurer. i are suitable for bald g.If
. reason given that Texas is able to i of their Land. rived from Owing to so many of the members Cleanse and fill with Muffing, ew

ja Mi*. UiHan Thagard of this city lend I instead of borrowing money. : Affirmative; Warner Smith, Margaret -t:. dr future attending the editor's outing to Cuba If fish up spread thickly with butter ,

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.. iu the JcU on\iIle Metropolis con- I Dixieland Park Lights. !Marion Pelot. I I Malavor on argely attended and the reports were of homing water to some hot
: The judges, Janet Weathers, Rob passed until the next meeting. butter in baking lay the Bah in
: 'ft Her many Ocala friends.hope t where they I over a pan
ht Mb* wilt win out in this comprllr have been installed ert Anderson and Legie Blitch decided ,household These good ladies find the condition and bake for ene hour. Btteg often .
electric lights
." The in favor of the affirmative. I will I of the town in a worse condition than : ; remove the fish whn done add
Okay R. E they
.. et in. Dixieland Park by
of the critic there
- --- of the i After the report North it has been for many years and if they brown Sour and butter to the graT,
the superintendent on
<\ ('. L. Bittinger left Sunday for Yonge jr. of the Florida :being no further business to come before man is the I succeed in improving its condition cook a few minute, thai poor aitmad i

Jren landerdale to witness the big I construction Electric company.department This is one of the house, society adjourned to I lof Goldman they will be entitled to the hanks of!, the fish ; garnish with thickly tltaai ',

\ the largest
--a, From there "be will proceed : is next to Godliness. I -
and I Company.
work given out in this state Dainty Toast. 1
,. ,.. K-y Wert and Cuba to join the edih.t" ever and his Mr. Maurice Riche, a former citi- Mr. Z. C. Ctaaibhw says that Mr.
be of invalid whose -
is pronounced by experts to one Try this Tor an appetite I I '
In heir annual meeting. ten, and for years a citizen of Cuba,, Goodwin, editor of the Chicago Breed
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the best installations made here. needs coaxing: Toast a slice of
i says that there is no town in Cuba,,, er's Gazatte. was especially delighted a
editor of The cable for connecting the part bread, dip it in a small quantity of t How t
: \JU Sara. Harris. Local "Mother in point of cleanliness and sanitary with what he saw in and around -
laid the which has been added a
byS with the city wires is across hot water to
_ .h+- (k'ala l +nue r, nccompariiel ?" conditions that can not give Ocalarards Ocala and was particularly pleased
jr:, left river and this part of the work alone generous piece of butter. Remove of pie I'
lr brother, Frank Harris I and spades and beat her in the i with what be saw of our cattle Industry
They will was a great undertaking. Wednesday !from water, pile on top of toast the "Yes, my
last nlgbt for game two to one. He was also charmed with our
. { that city. night the lights were turned on al beaten white of an egg, placing the I "Well,
'. IK-nd today with friends The ladies in their work of reform I climate, moss and moonshine, and we
Cut Dixieland and the magnificent illu !yolk squarely in the center. Salt, "No, my
and .
Having! tonight for Key West might cite our officials to the example shall expect something alee front his
associa mination attracted much attpnl on.- :slightly and place in hot oven until "Mother
1'- )a with the Florida press I thing of Tallahassee's new mayof asa ; pen
Jacksonville Metropolis. i the egg is firm but not hard. mean
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_,- i !Special cor. Ocala Banner: j The board of public instruction in I 19 7 l

\. To J'cjsrs.: Baker, Wartmann, Mathew We' are hating beautiful weather. ,and for Marion county. Florida, met OUR 1907

.. The' bluebird, the first harbinger of::March 4th 1S07, in regular session, 1 ,

K i spring, is here in all his gladness. with Isaac Stevens, chairman B. R.
Is*. Have Marion county made a
:: Tax assessor, Mr. Ayer, was hereon ; Blitch and J. S. Gramhain. pr-sear.
senavjrial district within itself. I i j
" the 27th.Ve are always delighted Minutes of the last teeing were
2nd. Have the legislature legalize j
to meet him. He is such an affable I read and approved. I
t' the warrants issued by our county
', and courteous rentleraan.: Isolated | Mr. Tilly, of Silver Spring,, appeared Spring Opening
commissioners in the building of the
as I am from congenial friends:, and asked if the board would pay
t. new court house. I
it is certainly a pleasure to meet i for transportation of pupils from Sii-j! ;
3rd. Collect the amount the state
I l such as he. !Iver Springs to Ocala for the full !Ii
is due Marion county for armory rent
I 1 The school has been dismissed. I, i eight months. Mr. Tilley was inform- !
, and have it applied to the court house{
:for one, am glad. "The ball (bawl) isover. led that the board did not maintain j ji 11I-'"
' building fund. =. --. OF -
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from the county founds any wagons I
t !th. If it is not lawful, have it : '
!! Shelby's Little Clean Show was 'or schools more than five and one !
made lawful for our county commissioners -: I II
:'here on the 27th. Adults as well as half months and that all terms longer I i
to levy no more than a two I I I'
I!;children enjoyed it very much. :than five and one >*.!t months art ,
mill tax each year on all county prop '
a :;; This is a kind of an out-of-the-way maintained either by the patrons or i iI
erties to be applied on court house
f' Indebtedness.5th. :!j-lace; no amusements whatever and I special tax school districts. i iI Seasouable Gootls

i even a small show is appreciat I )Ir. J. S. Grantham turned over $10 j I
Have the agricultural statistics I I
The peach trees on my place are I jto the board to pay one half on bookcase : I
t enumerated by the assessors tak ,
K'l of fruit. The early varieties are | and library for the Fort McCoy j!

" en up once each five years instead of 'J!: large as bullets, perhaps larger. !school. i

I. taken yearly as now done. 1 :
up ;
Cth. Have the office of county We had. quite a nice rain Saturday. I A letter -was read from V.r! H. L. i i j ---- ,..- -- ---- ...Ln.... : c.cc"

;; It was indeed, a blessing as we were i Sheap, a patron of the Lak1 Kerr I
treasurer abolished and have collector! : I
needing it badly. I school, stating that $13; per month I!
the. duties of treasurer at a Our stock of Goods in
perform ; is daily
/ 1 )Ir. Will Tompkins wife and baby, !the amount granted for one half off i new now ,
salery of not more than ten per cent.
cf Lochloosa, made a short visit to I teacher's salary at Lake Kerr was |

"! additional This will to be collector's a saving fees.of from $50- :Mrs. Tompkins, mother and sister.I too small and the teacher ould nOl I and a prettier or more complete line has never been shown in

They report vegetation in a grow- accept the position at that price j
000 to 873,000; a to'the state.
:, year 'kg condition in their section of the The superintendent was inst ruClprl !!
7th. Have the salaries of county I Ocala. Our patrons rest assured that our stock this season -
:county. I talked up my favorite paperto f to write Mr. Sheap that the board i may
commissioners in all counties of ,
Mr. Tompkins and induced him to ;'would allow $17.50 per month. : .

25,000 to $500 or more for each people commisisoner to be increased in-- subscribe, although he lives in anothir I The question of running a n l'.nal is entirely new, as our old goods were almost entirely closed

county. He will never regret so j school in the county this summer for ,
stead of $100 as now paid yearly, and II

r have each commissioner personally inspect ;i!doing. Enclosed find one dollar, his I the benefit of the teachers was dis- ,! out when we thought we would be compelkd to move from

:address is W. R. Tompkins, Lochloo- cussed. But on account of the lateness .
each mile of bridge and road :
;fu. Fla. I in the '
taking and
ferries in his district and keep a sep- up Ocala.
arate itemized account of all moneys ,: Hope to send you another subscriber other reasons, it was decided not to : goods that are now coming in are all of the very

soon. I am always delighted to undertake it this year, but that it |
spent on each road, etc., each quarter : '
of the year and file report of same ,work for a good paper, and yours is !!would be taken up oaily next term' latest Spring and Summer patterns.

'the best paper I ever read. and if it is found that the teachers'desire '
with the for inspection
a summer normal that one : w- ..
I think the present salary of $100a SIC SEMPER TYRAXXIS. c ==-
{ ;could be planned for next teri'iMr. '
year for the work that isvdone by
1847 1907. !I B. A. Weathers appear-"l l before
our county commissioners is not just i
I( the board and stated) thai the
. I behave that a quarterly inspectionof i ladies' Waists 49c to 4.98The

r4 all our ferries, roads and bridgesby ., were Sixty first years introduced agollcock's to the Plasters public. i I trustees had advertised lor oeoia' i :

(! legislation to secure funds to either
each commissioner in his district
They are today the world's standard
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would thoroughly inform our county plasters. :build a new building or enlarge the' selection of Ladies' Waists for
I' Spring wear to be found }hr< cann, $ DC
old for the ;
This Ocala
invention has been one of the building high
commissioners that would result in greatest blessings; imaginable and affords !school. He stated that the trustees i duplicated in Ocala. Among them will be seen all the latest patterns in SUki, Luwiu.

better roads at less cost and an equal the quickest, cheapest and best i Etc., trimmed with Valentines Lace Swiss Embroideries
and other
j and chairman and secretary of the i stylish And
distribution of our road fund, and it means of healing and relief for certain up-to

would be open for comment by our : ailments, that has ever been dis-,county board would if satisfactory to : ] date materials.

covered. the board of submit
public instruction
grand jury, which is composed of
Beautiful Lace .
Net Waist.s.ered .
Allcock's are the original genuine plans for improvements to the : miJrli.l Exquisite Lteff.rt Wsj.uin irl--.<
from all of the I
men parts count: porous plasters and are sold by druggists board by its next meeting for its J front. over silk foundation .Bbraidf7 jurt 1pal Istyles ..... Ili..'ttt

Mr. Edwards' district has about seventy I, in every part of the civilized!approval or modification I only. . . . . 4.98A '3.1U Md . . J 1.98
miles of hard road to oversee. world. ,

Mr. Mathews' district has about two ,I The chairman and secretary re' pretty line of Wash Silk Waists A hnassnau Ite 01 !*.. wi.

hundred miles of public roads; four Wanted-A pair of geese, a pair of authorized to act with the! trustoos lines, splendid values, $3.74. $3: :5 trtstaed to white M bteefc UrpnneH

road overseers to oversee the wants of ducks pf.'afowls.d, a pair of ress guineas the and Ocala a .pair Banner. in deciding. for the ne\\ improemcnts. I I II and . . . . 2.98 >$t:?. ft as. !'v and .49

t of more; than .,:;01) people to attend to I
The board djourned to meet on i ---- -
and the other commissioners like duties -- -- -

of Life at Silver Springs. Tuesday morning at eight o'clock: On : .
etc., and I believe that a pay
---- Tuesday the board met per adjournment J' I t
$500 yearly with the increased work ;
i The Hiawatha is making regula I with full board '
would be a gain to the county insteadof I present E Ladies' R endylTo Wear Garments
trips every Tuesday, Thursday and All members of the board mid ihe i i
Saturday. The travel is so great that superintendent went to the Ocala I

8th. Have our election laws amended ,passengers are frequently turned ]I'I high school to see the congested condition : I In this line, as always in the past, we arc right up to now. Besides A complete

- so that in all precincts that cast avay for lack of staterooms.Mr. i. of the school and to study in line of Ladies Underwear, we have this season a full assortment! of
fifty votes or les sat each presidential I .
and Mrs. GG'orge'illiam3 i.what it be remeu.ed.; Whole
of- ways might << ; Suits, Skirts, Etc.
election that precinct registration ,
spent the day (Tuesday) from 10 until ; They found the school very crowded! :

ficers shall have but three days in- ,1 fishing and returned home WIth a l:and badly in need of more room. Silk Voiles Pongee

stead of ,twelve as the law now is, ;30-pound; lard can full of bream. It was decided as the county coni- ; .I Skirts From $ J.98

: and precincts with more than fifty Mr. W. H. Clark's "Smart ..fl.'se1llhine" I missioners, had changed their date of : I Panama Wool Cheviot
votes five days, and all registration .. to $8.50.
is !kept busy with daily outings j 11 11to ,meeting from the first :Mondain '

books to be returned to county regis- Connor where Mr. P. T. Randal! is ,each, month to the first Tuesday after ...jI I -- .
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tration officer either by express or :fo! ----- -- -- _
holding his fruit especially for inter j II,: the first Monday, that the school! : ..

registered letter.Superintendent. j-.a- firing tisitors. :j ward] would change their meeting l |!

of registration, Mr. Ttiey enjoy taking the fruit directly,lay from the same daf, so :itto accommodate -, lOur Must Br.

Ferguson writes me that the total i from the trees. t those who want to come Millinery Seen) to Be Appreciated.

cost of registration fees at last election
before both boards on the same day. :, |
this does not include his sal- ....
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Worked '
Like a Charm. -
The treasurer's report was exam I | --- =
e ary) was $S:9.!: .G. and that Ocala registered i! .....
Mr. D. X. Walker, editor of that I'ned' and approved as follows : |
103 names and the other thir '
spicy journal, the raterprise Louisa Sal.: from last report'l:;: : | .

ty-one precincts registered 37 names Va., says: "I ran r n?i il: in my foot]Sectl. from W. D. Cam for |! Our Shoe Department !

or an average cost of $G per name, and last week and at once applied Ducli.IC'n's .- i
Montague school . IN.:2!5: .Q
, :!3.00 Salve. Xo inflammation followed i -
outside of Ocala it cost over $ to :
; the salve !Simply healed the Reed from W. D. Cam for it .I

register per name.It wound." Heals' every sore, bum and \ sale of Martel old schoolhouse i I In regard to this department we only wish to say that we are in a. position to suit ;
, cost $105.00 to return registration skin disease. Guaranteed at Tydings !j '. . . 1.."<) ,! i one whether a high or low price..ltide is1 anted. We handle them *"
books to Ocala, when' $10.00 either by & Co., druggists 25 cents. m i rM a. Wome,:
: __ ]Reed from A. C. Croom in- : and Children, and have a big stock from which select.
express or registered letter would terest on school fund 1S59: : I i I,I to Latest fa 0aIarcis. l"l"I
been enough. .
HUBERT !Reed: from A: C. Croom tax I, --- a- -- ,
It $1GU.50 for registration fees -
cost sales . . . HiG: ( it! taL 'r' ''
in 1904 about by Yile'1st ;
In primary ; :
dam by 'Helmet. \P Elecd. from E. L. Carney, levy !I
in 1906, less than one-fifth
< same or Helmet b\ Lexington. j of 1906 . . . I ::A >I II ; I '
as much as general state elections. : A dark bay horse of good speed Clothing!
]Reed[ from E. L. Carney. polls | !
Yours truly, and action, combining the best trot- !
: of 1906 . . . :-J10.+-0 ; o
ting blood with the best
L. S. LIGHT. thoroughbred. : i iI
i ji][Elecd. from,T. E. Pasteur ternporary ;,
Fla.. March 6, 190i. .
Kendrick, !
A sure foal getter, producing both I loan . . 277"'> j i Although W2 have always carried a big Stock of Clothing for Men
saddle and driving horses. As manyof 1 and Boys, we hay'.:
DUNNELLON NOTES. his colts are good saddlers U.d : 1'---1 I never bore had scuh a large variety as at
,,speedy drivers. I i Total receipts . .' .S3. f! present to select from.Men's .

Terms of service, $3.00 per one seri'][disbursed during Feb. .$jtl<+":2.s ;;'I|!!
r Special col.Ocala Banner: Tlce, or .$7.00 with privilege of returning -( I Suits, in grt' check taihrMen's The fctfcfct Broadway CuSuits -< V08th....

Mr. Benson and Miss Mattie Gamble mare as often as Is I made, long cur . . . I. .50 m
necessary }Bat in treasury . .$ ,13: j t'imey Worsts t, J(" ;. 1J'e' ) ,
were quietly married last Sunday within sixty days, after first service, !
Teacher's reports and othor acv ;i I single o.- double ureuted' SIM-S I and blue sl&gle or tout; :.- :,' .'uted
inti or 110.00 to insure a colt to stand
a few .
' There was only q
evening. I JxloSrtl' '' ix-: i '13.5iJ to . . 3.98 i
friends invited. Dr. Wadell performed and suck. ;i count amounting w're ( i in Blue Serges or Worsteds . t7s1t1 .f
mate A gray jack !Six years old brought: unined and ordered paid b*: war i I I Ii

:: t he ceremony. from Kentucky last fall, good bone"rants on the county treasurer. ': i Men's black Thibet Suits made c,

,r: :Mr. Samuel Kripman, representing and very active. A proven foal getter, I The treasurer's report for ttie hp> i t:: sell for $22.50 .,. l 14,50
the Standard Oil company Is here :producing colts good enough to be i c-j I _
,. making an estimate for an oil stationfor shown at the fair in Lexington, Ky.. ,ji al districts were examined and approved j i' I !t"n's two-piece Suits, ja light color* Boy wall shahs tv b.. :aN ,'it 49 '

last fall. S j with the following balances: e
and worth
weights, double the
this place.
Ocala, $111.96; McIntosh Sl"',.5'5: I 4 98 >.y's Salt, d to15 .
. Mr. Pitts, of Orlando and BILLY REED \ money yeas Cbevtou
Ernest }Jelleview $:20S.19: Fantville $2U1.llnelJon : ; ... WOR'''''. $1.19 u 3.98Boy's
Mr. Otto formerly of Ocala, have I j
Billy Reed was by Baughman'snjack. :1> Jl.SQ; Re Jick. r-4.is- : 250 Manufacturer SaBpte Suits no
been canvassing the town in the interest 1st dam Edna. by big Powell .
!!Pine Level, $l.'.O!: Mayville $ .')::5Vfirsdalo. : I two alike, to Ckeriot worsteds o j
of the PhilllMphia'cidenul jack end dam Parley, by Paragon.1 j I no an. flee, lIda ,3 to .
Billy Reed is half brother to the Ball 1\ H2.S2; CItra S":''ul.+ 6': : and fancy wools 0. / %
Insurance company. years) . . . . . 2 39
jack, the best mule jack in Lincoln riner Farm, 5229.7ft; Buck Pond, !,
Mr, Harry Stalberg seems to manifest .: I.I !I.
I Ky. .
: -i'
| r>3.96: Canlll'r1 ;
" a great interest in the masque-;;I I[ Terms of service $5.00 per songle I il.OJ: Sparr Men's
t. $3 $4 $5 Pants
. ]Fellowship, $114.81; Electra. 519.95: ; R3litchton (see window display at
ra-le ball which is to come off on the :service. $10.00 per service with priv'ilese : ) $ 1,98
of return as often as is necessary '!;] $'5t5; )IarteltJ1. :
within sixty days after the first ;]:i to King, $S2.2C; Capulet 51.">S Lina- = ..

Sheriff Henry Gordon is visiting sen ice. $15.00 to insure a colt toj! <( Dunaellcn this week. When he comes stand and suck. ;

; here he makes it a pleasure as well ; Service coney due for either hors :Grange Lake, S7.41; Oak Hill. $5524.\ : Remember--Cali ai the
day store
business trip.11' ;or jack when first service is render< ,loss Bluff, $1.25; Fair ed! $SC5.S : every as There is always omelhing new coining inBO'TOi

t as a 'ro. Except when bred to insure al](Cottage Hill $17.96; Charter Oak. ,,
came in Tuesday: after '
:\ L. Hough :
then service fee is due
.colt I Kendrick $i"I i icklawaba -
l :!:.53; Pedro $52.13; -
: being up the road on business. ,colt meets requirements or when the ;] I = -- .=::.:-
16.t4 total. $24"7.57.There : ..
) $ ;
Mrs. R E. Vann is spending a {t"wda's mare is parted with or bred to another ,' -
While here horse or jack. '! being no further business the : ,
with her mother.
: Sum will be retained on colt for:)ward adjourned to meet on Tuesda Jl.l1M.
g the of the doe-
she'ill be under care '
service fee '
1907. THE
. ''Vpril :
-S' tor. ; Mares will be kept on pasture at STORE
W. D. CAR, Sec.:
Mr. Bliss, of Jacksonville was visiting ;3.0) per month. i I

the merchants Iondatrying to This stock will make the present!

':;season at Dungaman farm one and : Wanted.-A good mare. Must be
get a few orders for his house.A :'one half miles west of Orange Lake, !i:l bargain. Half cash balance easy I HANDELSMAN -

.y 555 i about two and one half miles south-!III payments. R. H. Park Banner of- I, Proprietor

and west of Mclntosh. !!j ji ice. It-8 I i ,
big! supply of sealing wax
bottles and I !& West of Court House
for syrup
corks f i S H. GAITSKILL. : Wanted to Sell.-Seven iron hoops i -:- .:. Ocala
1arS.: \ Florida.
for: a large water tank. Address ;
& CO.
E ti TIDINGS (:3-Stf McIntosh, Fla. j Ocala Banner. x ,

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b..., MISS SARA ELIZABETH HARRIS..: Mr. Pierre d'a Pratt a noted news-II I I Mrs. Roess Honor Guest at a Lovelyi I -- - --

u Local Editor. ,1 paper man, now with the Lakeland I i Card Party. II\II

.. --. .-. .-- Sun was on a visit to Ocala Thurs- i I I, I I CAUGHT BY THE GRIP--
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!, 'day and paid the Banner o5Ice a fraternal Ii
The hostesses in Ocala I
LOCAL AND PERSONAL j social circles ,
call and told many reminiscences -
aI have certainly given very charming -
I of Florida life when Palatka ] RELEASEDBYPE-RU-NA.
Mrs. R. M. Spries of Hernandn, i* < parties this winter and on Friday.
!instead of Miami was the terminus for ]i
visiting her mother Mrs. Carrinton.i,! '1 j"afternoon, March 1st Mrs. Herbert L. .. . . . _- --_- - - - -- - -
the winter tourists.We
.. { at Kendricl;. 1 Anderson gave the first of the spring I j I ;

j had a pleasant call yesterdayfrom I i affairs and it was certainly a pretty i iI La Grippe Is Epidemic Catarrh. I f
The Dinmellon Woodmen of rite; I +''event. :
: Mr. E. H. Mote, manager of the' %
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World will gina "masked ball" inj i The in Ocala in full .
roses are now
and )Ir. disease known
Ocala now
Cooperage company asgrip'
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March 19. It THE .
the "Phosphate City" I
H. B. Foy who will be associated with j I bloom and quantities of beautiful roses i to be called 'influenza.' t.
3 attendee the Wn"- : I Mrs -
will be largely ex-
1 .him in this new business. As soon |{ were placed in the parlor and hall It very closely resembles a cold, but is I ; .
'" men and others fron C:ala. I i of the Arms house where Mr Anderson more tenacious In its hold upon the 1 1 t
as the works are in full operation a rr l/a
makes her home. bios- system and produces more profound dis- :! ; i
Dogwood ,
Mr. and Mrs. L. W. Jrckson, of :full write-up of this concern will be turbances. I i '- tt t 3 't '& a 3
some and bamboo effectively t y 16l a 7
were i
(Gainesville former Ocala residents :given in these columns. Both these !' ; Grip is In reality epidemic catarrh. .
used in the decorations of the two ;
are here on a short visit r.ad arc gentlemen will bring their familieso (i When it once begins it spreads over the +

guests of their son and daughter-in- : Ocala to reside and they will be rooms. ; country very rapidly.

law, Mr. and Mrs. Myron Jacks'::c- delightful acquisitions to our city. This pretty party was given in compliment j People do not catch the :grip from each ,1 -, 1.w RVI -

., i I I : to Mrs. Martin J. Roess. one i other, but each one catches it from the' '

Mr. Edd Pittman formerly of the''of Oeala's attractive brides and a'' atmosphere. '
Florence Briggs has opeatd 4 .
Miss !
firm of Pittman & Son of Ocala but ; "Most Effective Medicine Ever Tried ,
stenographic office in the ex-quisite I II \
a Coinmerjrial "
furniture I for
now operating a large establishment Grippe.

bank: building-in the same office i II I at Coleman, was transacting !crepe de chene gown and was much I Itobt. L. Madison, A. :\[., Principal of F% a 'L-I --

formerly occupied by Miss Beatrice business in Ocala Thursday.He I j admired. :Mrs. Anderson wore a white I, Cullowhee High School Painter, N. i'., ,,
Sinclair.Mr. is chairman of the Jackson
says that Coleman is wearing frills i I lingerie dress and present to meet I{ County
I Board of Education. '
and flounces and is altogether to the Ii|M''<* Roess were the following ladies: I i .
1 lIe is a writer of occasional verse and pat rj' l ai
W. :M. OJell one of the solid good. This little town has recently ''Mrs.: Edward Holder :Mrs. Townley I has contributed to d number of leading ..

and substantial men of Oxford, was a.established a bank and Mr. Pittmaan I Porter :Mrs. C. L. liamsby Mrs. S. 1; papers and mazazLnes-religious; : edu- i iI r

visitor to Ocala Friday. He speaks I is one of its stockholders and it ex- Potts Eagleton, Mrs. J. J. Gerig Mrs. | cational and secals-r. !j I %irfiUtr

--\ well of conditions in his section. Sum- pects to do a fine business. Colemanhas |A. E. Gerig. Mrs. C. V. Miller Mrs. M. In speaking of Pruna, Mr. Madison .

ter is fast occupying a place near the j an extensive reputation as beingone ; : C. Lconey, :Mrs. William Anderson, I, says: I .. keen L'I l r'e 4 g fi j.

brad of the column. of the best vegetable centers of ', Mrs. Frank''j.Harris Mrs. Clarence "1 am hardly ever without Peruna in t Kahso. 4

i iI si Camp. :Mrs. W. H. i my home. It is t1.6 most effective mcdiI j .
Florida and the cabbages grown there Powers. Mrs. Frank j
I I ine that 1 have ever tried for la i ij .
Mrs. W. E. Fosnot: of East I are known in all the markets of the Huber, Mrs. G. T. Maughs. Mrs. J. K. ,
j "It also cured r.v wife of nasal: :
Weir, and her daughter Mrs. Augustus i!I.United States. It is a favored location Austin, Mrs. W. V. .Xewsosn. Mrs. F. '' tarrh. Her condition at one time was ca-J j j & 4.'A

Coyle, of Jacksonville, were l and it is one of the most prosperous ''G. B. Weihe, Mrs. S. A. Raw is, Mrs. : such that she could
among the many visitors to Ocala I I little towns in Florida and is !J. C. B. Koonce Mrs. Charles Rhei- I through her nostrils. I t The Medical t

Friday. They were_guests at the on-I I growing in leaps and boonJIs: !nauer, Mrs. B. W. Mimms. Ms. D. W. i "In consequence, an inflamed condition t ProfessionRecognizes .

tezuma. II I ;[Davis Misses Annie Davis. YhmPot- !, of the throat was brought; about, t
I ii jter, Sara and Louise Harris. fretting worse and -verse and yielding I '
i Mr. W. R. Goodwin, editor of thei The Grip as P
Colonel Robt. F. Rogers was ia to no remedy until I-eruna was: tried." a I
There tables of ,
1 i Breeders' Gazatte, of Chicago one of! were seven progressive I, Epidemic '
FridaHe is driving one i r !
Ocala Healthy MucuusMembranes.
me most noted pubilcations in the | whist-the_ game that is so papua I
of the handsomest and fastest horsesin Those who are fortunate enoush to I Catarrh t -
lar in Ocala. There were four hand- :
United States is a visitor to Ocala ;
the county and his friends say i!I ;; have perfectly he;:.thy mucous membranes -i r !
:some prizes the first a lovely cut
!i iud through the good offices of Mr. '
that the reason he comes to the count -i is. H. Gaitskill McIntosh, and Mr. !glass vase, being won by Mrs. Davis. The ordinarily c> not catch the griP'j' 1 M. H r .. .. e.e N-.HM. ...- . .. .......-......... ....

capital so often is because he is Ii i I The second prize a handsome string mucous membranes lining During an epilaii<- of (trip Peruna "Twu y"m age 1 b>pa. swig f runs
Chambliss, this city is visiting throat
|iZ. c( nose, and lungs, when .
proud of his horse and delights in !lof should be used. lb doers rvcuat- I and It twislt: ap .]T .tr..fthik> tha' I 111. {
I this section. He was the pearl was won by Mrs. 1 normal state, are 3 a effectual barrier
him. guest I mended on the bottle are ..ull.rtt'r driving: Roess. and a silver belt buckle the j acainst the invasion ,
of for ; > grip.
'Of Mr. Gaitskill McIntosh several -'I \ the grip ha on'* berg acquired, w"rk ..
third prize, was captured by :Mrs. Jake ; Bet, if there happ*'as to be the "
slightest -
: days and was much interested Dr. Hartman rerommeBd the a e of "Tblll rtaH I had.aot'"er alti. a t
I Mr. Charley Pillans of Electra, was ]{and impressed with the capabilitiesand I !Gerig. On cutting for the consolation i catarrhal cier'.agement of the Peruna in tapoonfol doe every hoar J Ia grippe, h..t IVnuuMji.. dfa.. ...,t

presenting his section at the coos possibilities of that section.Yhi!e! .prize, a pretty crepe de chene scarf, :, i-iccous membranes 'hen the victim.- during the ftcute state, ftr wkfh UK ,at my .\ .tot.. My *''. MM! I <'utl-I. r
capital Friday lie is in the enjoy- [ (on:" -; an easier pre to the grip. direction the bottle .
j Jin Jit was won by Mrs. Minims. OB ( Ocala he is the guest of Mr. Chamj
: This in ,
J 11t>nt of most excellent health and part expla.as; why some peo- lowed. I P
The refreshments at the conclusion ftMMft" feoc Li irip e
'j bliss and had net the A. C. L. train'been .'le _ct the grip, whi.e others do not. I'
uiys but for the want of rain there 'of this afternoon of pleasure were es- Experience bw hown that lW peopto Mr. T Iternr-ott, West Ajlo- "a
I so lat in arriving Thursday afternoon Two rational thing to do is,; to Leep the I
t who IVruna
ire no complaints in his ection. People i delightful. ue aa rrmedy fur grip I brw., 4'.... w n tr.:
he would have been taken tome I pecialJy -y tt'll1 free from catarrh. In sad I .
recover sooner lsa'liable
generally .
I us
are busy and the prospects generally I attempt-I! 'Lawt wmtcr 1 .a* ill wish |>. ntrostrt '
.. farm of S. K. and shown ing: to do this most people .
Mr. Pyles !; to the ditrptag Md loaf-- I afk>r hIs U fripf t i -.k
are good. I Ibis fine herd of themilching <. Saved Her Son's Life. !*. ruia to be invaluaole. I Istemic tinuwl after <*i* of &b\1lrtp. .
cows during I t'w1a."jf tyre....>.. whx I U *a .
,. i -- \ Catarrh the Result of La ; When IVruaa ha aot tern dead dtr.
hours. However he .
wasItalen wrU. aM 1... flat .
who was arrest- i1 The ggtN MJT fay > >teal ;
Mr. T. Malpass, ; happiest mother in the little
(d at Montezuma hotel Thursday there Friday and during his stay, i,town of Ava. Mo., is :Mrs. S. Ruppee.k : Gri;>pe. Pe-ru-na Receives Credit :! ins; the cour uf the Krlp u4 the pol...., 4 eM its carrd by tt w a ......t.!.. I... '
for Present Good Health. find himself suffering from the
ahrrj j N' U"1e u..HPt.run.
he"i itl'd the almetto Stock s writes: "One year ago my son
night, has been released. It was a Farm owned by Messrs. Chambliss &, i was down with such serious lung Mrs. Jennie W. 'jilnu>re. Box 41, effects of thU di4f,a roar..of P.nu. .. -A T8nlf 4Her I* Grippe s_
case of mistaken identity. He was arrested '!trouble that : White Oak, Ind. Ter., formerly Housekeeper should tt* reported t< .
( { our physician was unable Mr..r'ha.. K. W..., FN .......*ir
the Hiawatha Stock Farm '
on suspicion of being a man Manroe, !, to help him; when by our drug for Indiana Reform School for Suffered T% the Irars from AfterEffects ,I I)Iu", wntrAlter a ..... an*, k I ;

wanted in Michigan for the embezzlement owned by H. Whitworth.. the Mar' I gist's advice I began giving him Dr. i Boys, writes: bf La Grippe i l.a irtppr. I tea Ntn_ and fcmiut i t' a '

of 14000. iion Farms famous Silver Springs another J1 l :King's New Discovery, and I soon no- "Si: years ago I hid: la ;grippe, which Mr. Victor l'stDuwk, XA MUMMI 'Very 1U'04 k.....," 1

1 places of interest. I jtlced! improvement. I kept this treatment ;' was followed by systemic catarrh. St., Topeka, Kin., tn>-ni"er of Kalffht )Ira Jab tilft. .,u..... Db"' ,. r,r... .
for few weeks when he
Mr. Harry Precht has a beautiful I |:was perfectly up well. He has worked "The only thing; t used was Peruna and Lalliof Security, write: '-st.! 7..j.ac Iraiagnpp... vr> .4.

attraction in his 'place in the shape Found at Last. !::i steadily since at carpenter work." Dr. : and Manalin, and I have been in better "Twelve jearf a
4\ 4 of an electrical piano player. You ,Kings New Discovery saved his life. health the last three years than for tack of la grippe and I sera really 'tro'rt'd .. J kad.exs 'red '"! grip bf IVrtt )I y

".i pickle in the slot and the piano J. A. Harmon of Lizemore )ties;Guaranteed t i best cough and cold cure year? before. DIT health and -1""lIl'th-t..t hll.I..I\J U.uylit me a buttU e.r !', r-trig.Iwa' ,
ijrop a V a., says: "-\t last I have found th ejby! Tydings & Co.. druggists. 50cts. "1 Five Peruna aU the credit for my grew W'ak'-r < v-.j jr'ar. unlit I waa -" i. at' <",
; p 7' dots the balance. The music is all perfect pill that never disappoints me;; |land: 1.00. Trial bottle free. m good health" Unable: wurk. I lira ,I ",fur .. w.r l. c y i
"' I right and sounds as if performed bya. and for the benefit of others afflictedj'with !I --- -
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roaster. Ocala seems to be uptolate torpid A Good Thing for Ocala to Secure. -
lpation will say, take Dr. King's New j
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Life Pills. Guaranteed. 23; cents at to 1': -
[JTydings & Co. druggists. m Mr. W. K. Cleveland a former citizen MR. ELLIS WINSTON.The ( '41 .-_, __ 'i11J13i! 1 .. ._ '_

jq'Y You young country fellows who |j of Ocala but now residing at St.

broncos and mules that refuse I Ocala's Oldest Plumber.; ;
have ; Petersburg has recently secured certain friends of Miss Sara Whi'iu

: to be controlled bring them into :i I ;I patents for the improvement and and Mr. Christopher Ellis Winston. Cold

Capt. \\'. L, Ditton who is young zi\\I Mr. Tom Xeedham has been in I the construction of automobiles and ;both of this city, will be intert-s-! Storage

NO. and he guarantees that he will Ocala for a period of nineteen years i iI I has had these patents secured from ::I.illthe announcement of their ensa.

tame the wildest and most vicious animal and has thoroughly established him-jj!infringements in the principal countries -;ment.

in thirty minutes and ride them self as a plumber of unquestioned ability. all over the world. Their marriage will take pfcci! : I of MeatsWe

with or without bridle or saddle. He was a plumber in EnglandIand Mr. Cleveland claims that his patents ,the evening of the fourteenth <>i'

has followed his vocation in will drive the automobile faster '..
I" : March at the home of the bruit
The little children both boys and some of the largest cities in the l and with the saving of a great deal of ;'; mother Mrs. Jennie Whitfield, on beg to annuomKC to thc

girt*, think that the electric elevator}United States before coming to Oeala. expense. That they will cheapen the :|Fort King avenue. Xo cards will btj .

(In the Holder building is one of the He was apprenticed to the trade and !construction and place the price of: ;issued and the wedding will be WIT public that we oUt attIy ae

best institutions in Ocala and are allIs knows it from start to finish. I|these cars within the reach of the or-. !nesse
love with Mr. Holder for building I There is nothing in the plumbing line],dinary citizen and that with his appliances ;|of Miss Whitfield and Mr. Winston cure 11.at5.Tl c GUA AH-

j)'such a nice thing that they can ride I that he does not understand. '] the chaffuer can turn a car I!|The fourteenth is Mr. Winston's na-

qp and down all day and don't have to In the earlier days he did the plumb-j-around in a narrow ally way. He believes ;tal day and for this reason the day TEE SATISFACTION and

4 pay a penny. They say it is great. I ling for such residences as Mr. B. A. <] that his patents will revolutionize "ihas; been selected as his wedding

I I Weathers and many others built atjj i iI the automobile industry and greatly ..Id'; solicit your patronagc.,4.'lr4.4
'okml"l (J. B. Tankersley, of Coleman !
I that period and a great many since j|; increase their popularity.
He has > Mr. Winston travels for the Hutchinson
was in Ocala Saturday. I that time. He did the plumbing onj I I'I Mr. Cleveland has an affection for
he has here- Shoe Company, of Jackson-
friends in Ocala as
many the Delouest building and is always ti i Ocala and desires to have the automobiles OCALA ICE a
be sl known and he is always 'I viBe, and has made Ocala his headquarters
ever in demand when a difficult piece of manufactured in this city and!I '
f that j : for the past year and a ha't'I
home He
mad feel at says
to plumbing is to be doue. |' tfe favorable inducements
will do so if can get as -
and is ;He is from North Carolina and i b a
will have bank i FUEL CO.
Calf man soon a Tom Xeedham the is i,
: plumber, asj j here as have been offered I !
all along:, clever and agreeeable young run
forward ;
making I familiar saying in Ocala John The board of
a as |him in other places.
!: :popular with all who know him at i ,. ', -- '...... 'O .
nrancial it Rockefeller the millionaire is toj|trade has this matter under consideration "I..: -- -, >': __
he "
,in the bride that he has won .i-
all the people of the United States. and will investgiate the terms
I the congratulations and besti: :
Mr. Allan Bridges has accepted a'j( If you have a complex and difficult and conditions proposed by Mr. Cleveland 1
;not only of his friends on the road t
Hardware '
petition with the Marion : I piece of plumbing to be done and you I and we hope that they will be I a : '" : ,

t'o He will, however retain his othehutinese r want it to be done with exactness of such a nature as to insure the establishment .j'but the many friends he has won for labor "n 'I.! .' ] ; I .r VJ.'i! '

which he has placed in.: seed for Tom Xeedhain, the plumber of this plant in Ocala himself luring his residence in this .. ludiuiriou atrr '$ Cf.. I leTnii

Barge of a very competent boy. The I'and your problems along this line will The name of the company is the Everglade 1"- ,eitY i iI ,I 80 .. ,
: Hiss Whitfield has been reared in that ia a
which Br. Bridges i l
other store
, room 'be easily solved.Cnarr.berlain's Automobile company.A I !. .
ha* just vacated, has been rented by I Ccale.. having come: to this city when jtb fanpl W 1 I -

who is the Florida she was a very small girl. She is a aegroe *
Mr. S. T. Well, L Cough Remedy Is Both New Store for Ocaia.! ,\ v .t y. ',' K'II '
r 'pre enutive of the Weil Shoe Co.,.. Agreeable and Effective. young woman of charming disposi- aad ) I Tts-. .

of Savannah, and he will soon open a' I 1 Mr. Bernard Seligmaa. of Colur.. tioa and agreeable manners and is since owed I ; r :" M( ,.'_ I" I, ,

hoe &tortin the same. Chamberlains Cough Remedy has bus, Ga., will in a few days open au l !'greatly admired by her friends. She a very .Large : t l' *+ .4*' < t.

I no equal for coughs, colds and croup, I p-to-date haberdashery this city. ;has a lovely voice and is always very southern ...
,and the fact that it is pleasant to with her singing, her I
loiter from Gainesville to the Mr. Seligman is a son/in-law- M [accommodating are coacera
.take and contains nothing in any way
d-\ ., \iIlt: Times-Union states tha1j : !injurious has made it a favorite with I I Charles Peyser, of this city and rs! I voice being always in demand at eaajiertainments that they ar bab1"J: A:; ftlA > : "

a t' Gainesville & Gulf railway mothers.(I Mr. W. S. Pelham, a mere I reinted half of :Mr. Peyser's store iII of all kinds. She Is ac- frugal hits E i' u ., M ItD'J '

fl&1aDd the Tampa & Jacksonvillatlwaty chant of Kirksville la, says: "For(which. to locate his new business :complished in other ways and is well Japs. They 111""f' 1'rto
:more than twenty years Chamber- :fitted to reign over a home of her prod1g .
and I
: company have merged '!'ain's Cough Remedy has been my i Mr. Seligman is a splendid yount) I p I .a ti+ s rWI

the road ulj j be "imrae liatc-ly built: !'leading remedy for all throat troubles. businss man and has been engage i10Wl.t : to the po [ ; : i \ __ ssls (11.&I .t.'

t'onnnfcting Jacksonville and Tampa i. j jit is especially successful in cases of in the haberdashery business both a i After their marriage Mr. and Mrs. them. th* JIN"

Ga. is th croup. Children! like it and and my X. Y. H el!l Winston will continue to reside in
, S. F Parrott. of Macon, 'I Columbus and at Brooklyn, I ---
of this city 'customers who have used it will not and will n oi!Ocala, making their home for the Mr. rid ) | f
: pivMilf&t ; P. Stuckey. :take I any other." For sale by all drag- is pleasant and agreeable 1 f I
i 'j"1ot uce-president: B.V.. Blount oi r :gists. EI doubt be very successful in this city J!present with :Mrs. Whitfield. view were < i!i Ii -., I .,e 'I to

rti4 J{ 1'anl'a, -\"Cond'lceI.lcsider.t: F. MSlroonton [. ,} His wife being an Ocala girl tis coming I pers in O<' '" that llPt this. I a

I secretary; H. E. Taylor, ]; Miss: Bryan went .out to Manel Saturday to this city to reside is of especiainterest I Mrs. Edd Clements of Dunnellon !Mr and Mrs. / :'I'Jlut:1I:
) 'fwn.urer; c. \. Atkinson, goner;l afternoon to remain over Sunday to Ocala people and we wis h was among the Saturday shoppers in tal River !0 rd.tii! do.
?) led heir ; t
A manager with her parents. him abundant success. j Ocala.

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..... .................... ..+....+... STORY OF SUSAN B. ANTHONY. ''THE GRAPEFRUIT. WORD ,
, i OCALA'S BIG MAIL ORDER j : to the Ocala Banner: I i ". A. Spencer L. E. La HZ J. A ffcwivitrnnouncement

Febr..1aT1J: was the eighty-sev Ocala House enjoys the distlnc-1 I

anniversary of the birth of Su- I tion of being the first hotel In the <
B. Anthony. Woman's Clubs the United States to serve grapefruit on

IG. D. HO : over are observing the occas Iits I regular bill of fare. \:

with appropriate exercises. Many}I' It was in the ('arl7 's Mr. E. J. We have just purcha ed the splendidly I +'rluq.p..I t

stories of the famous wo Harris, who was then proprietor of' machinery plant of the Yonk: e ami Climnp.nand \ I
suffragist have been told. of Ocala House was interested in
i I
i ii
solicit a shan of the repwir work of Marion ami
Having purchased the saloon : the following is one. :Miss An- a large orange grove at Citra in which
once said to a friend: number of grapefruit ;adjoining counties V/e make a .pecuiUy of repairing:
y: operated bV.. J. McGrath and i [ i was planted a J
; "Elizabeth I wish you to make me I trees, but it was found Impossibleto I steam pumps ;.;engines, etc.
provements on same am now
i promise. You know that in every I find a market for them and thousands Let us (1uu'te'0U price-:*. I
i mail orders ith the
c; greatest facility.
we visit every woman who has and thousands of them rottedon I

S riety of brands of Whiskies, Wines, an unfortunate marriage, every the ground.

t carried enables me to fill the order of who has had her heart al-j As the grapefruit was so lmens> I Ocala Gas Engine

: short notice. The premises are now broken by a dissipated son, ev-I enjoyed by the tourists stopping at I I
woman who has suffered some the Ocala House the thought oocurr
i ly for this class of the business, and
agony on account of the unjust ed to Mr. Harris that If they could! COJ11panj'L
be filled the came day they are received
: -which do not give a mother an be once introduced in the big howls1of !
the first train. In order .. ...., -m.J
on your next right with the father: to her the country they would btxrome alf ----w- -1W'-- H.1r ':""""' .

children, or a woman a right to)f once popular and with this idea 1:1

i Hogan's XXXX I wages-these women. hungry for view i the commission house to whom 4-

and advice crowd about j the fruit was consigned in New York

2 The Best Goods on the their heart-breaking stories, un ,was instructed to present a nnmiwr

I fear that I shall forget the thou-jof boxes to Messrs Park and Tlllford. McMillan Bros.

G D. H GA d3 of noble men who love justice the well known fancy grocers, with
i i ii purity. Now, I put it on your con- the request that they send a nuoiher''

whenever I seen to be grow 'of boxes to some of the principal I Southern Copper Works

Ocala Florida. : bitter or unjust to men come to hotels with instructions how to prepare -I
: ,
i : and tell me. Do not let me, in my them which was done and in

.-. desire to make the world this way this fruit! eventually found;:

[| Oldest WljisHey House in i safer, better place for women and I I I its way into popular favor and has Sills i ii )I
do an injustice to men. If!I i since added thousands and thousands :]

...................... ....' ... see me growing one-sided prom- '.of dollars to the exchequer of the|I ,
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to tell me. i j.people of Florida and Is today the
If The promise must have been kept !!!most profitable fruit grown. Old Stills taken in exchange for lieW one*. Pascin.

Susan Anthony's sweetness and I i iI ,j,I I through; the country a specialty. Oniew bv mil or
I were apparent to all: wire will receive prompt attehtnm at ottWr o/ tlwfolkwillg
War Stories and the Telegraph .
works .
THEMorioQ ho knew her. To fight bitter wrongs, >
injustice, bitter abuse and ret: i
In the stern days ot IS5J, ISrtO and! AYETTEtflLLE, N. C. SAVANNAH GA
; '> tne's self serenely sweet and just ,
1SG1, when the civil war cloud was
: all-this is the task set for every JACKSONVILLE FLA MOBILE ALA
I gathering and about to break, Capt.!
i and the written and spoken
Young handled all of the telegraph
Hardware of this class of people show that 1
!business from the capital, including
) have been equal to the task. i -
the Associated Press and all other -- --- ---- -
-_ I news dispatches. There are now thirty

Not Crowd th- Season. correspondent operators there III
those days Whitelaw Reid was I ih.-
HEADQUARTERS: The first warm days of spring bring ;, Ocala House Wine Roonjs ,
correspondent for the Xew York Tn
; them a desire to get out and en- :
the exhilirating air and sunshine. bune, which he now owns, and ".larit'
American Wire ; that have been housed up Henry Waterson the famous editorof
Fencing .
% I winter are brought out and you TRY ttl1'( !: -_
the Louisville Courier-Journal.

Sash, Doors and Blinds heavy where winter they clothing all come is thrown from. "doing the Capitol" for the Associated

( and many shed their flannels. Press. OLD
Paints. Oils :;:::, Varnishes, a cold wave comes and people : flLLEGHANy
that grippe is epidemic. Colds at
Mill and Mining ( season are even more dangerous : During the progres of the war Capt. |
in mid-winter, as there is much Young was official telegraph censor in !

Turpentine danger of pneumonia. Take ,Washington, and was empowered to I
y how- PURE
i Cough Remedy
j kill any message, with or without causeif flYE
,; and you will have nothing to I'
: it appeared suspicious.: A famous
Improved ( It always cures and we have '
known '1_ cold to result in pneu- New York correspondent was trying
I when :. was used. It is pleas- .every possible way to get a message

GET OUR PRICES and safe to take. Children like it. :through to his paper, but the Government Put 4 full
I sale by all druggists. m'The up Ots
.> did not care to have Ute( recent

-- Ebb of Socialism. defeat of the I'nion arms made known;, in fJ J

Young and weak parties make their by the press. One night Cipt. Young ; Fancy Cartoons J -

ADVANCE'A=" t showing, as a rule in "off" years. I,,came upon a message saying: "Mryj i

Marion Hardware poll their smallest vote when a is better" ; John now all right. I am'! Delivered ;It your

national struggle is waged ,well. It looked innocent enough but

hout the country. That is na ;was addressed to New York and the! Express Office

r when a new nolitical organiza,- 'handwriting was familiar. lIe look-j I

.-- -- ------------- --. -- -- is forcing its way upward. ed at it closely and compared it with !
There is one reason why the social- the copy filed by a Xew York corre- For
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.. spondent. The handwriting the
-- v 'JIK: : ote of 15"4 made such a deep ta- was :
'., tae same. and the message was wiinheM
UIS'r.ll'1'lOXS l'J { ;; on upon country. Eiiqr-no
Debs, running against Theodore The next morning the correspondentsaid
: i Regular $1.00
as well as Alton B. Parker in disgust: It's no use trying! to a Quart Whiskey; write kx

the name?-polled lo?,- 'get anything Ly Young. I am suing complete Price list

OUR CLUB :) votes for president. It was a de- 'Baltimore"! ::." shoo

H of strength which had a

effect upon public sentiment. Capt. Young tells of an experienceat Ocala House
: iastic socialists saw in their :;; the key during the second lIalll of j; Wine Rooms 4

eye perhaps GOO.flyO votes for 'Bull Run. The early reports told of a i>

SCJSCIU'l'lOSS P.-1Y.1It.f: IX : party in ISoC and a round mil- I'brilliant Union victory: that Pope'sarmy : OCALA. FLt1BUa.WINCHESTER.

...... _':'T'..... l1a'. "" : or more in 190$. had overrun the Confederates, :
The facts are entirely different, so ''and that Jackson was captured.Washington <

Last year some of the states had i'' was wild with delight. Young -

'Q general election and it is impos- vent home to lunch and hurried backin

\ Ie to determine exactly what thei';' order to hear the details of the \.ic',

DJ -?alit: vote might have been in the,1;, tory. But try as he would he could

Till: OCALA WEEKLY \ i:! country. In ten states, howev-i i get no response from the operator ai .
in which their strength was great- ..Manassas. After an hour or so 'he ,i fJ.V"R. .
Weekly Jacksonville Times-Uni I .
in 19U4' they polled 1C4.119 votes1,,;" wire{ opened up farther north and the j .

.: THE OCALA WEEKLY BANS EI fall a decrease-of li,5Q4; ; in two Ic operator said he was on his waro: j 1l 1 ,., I H I I i'b .( "
: .
:s\r v .rr ... r \\J ,-A
I a-Week New York World The same ratio of decrease Washington. "Why did you lea\f ," "
one : Y- y +hr.. -
: asked Capt. Young. The instrument' ; "9-'V;; .
the remaining thirty-fhe states | .Jr- ,, ,
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THE OCALA WEEKLY .!\\. ... ." of" f
.\ back ; L
give the socialists for the coun-l t napped! : "Hell everybody let; oa d dOn'r Shells
Atlanta Constitution, one year ; a total of about 237,00'; ).-San Jose ----- '
: ; Enlarging His Business.The i ..: ,....' -'i. t"-
THE OCALA WEEKLY BANNER friends of Mr. M. Fishel will ; ;J-1'I; ",A.r:;; Shoot Strong and Evenly, ',

-. I Semi-Weekly Journal, one year ; How to Remain Young. oe glad to know that he is enlarging j ibis -I .>.:f.Is;."?"..,i t\". "1,.",/, :t..,>, Are Sure Firs, .d.
continua in health and business. He is now occupying I "' .
young ,7 f
\ do as Mrs. \. P. Brown, Me- !the entire lower floor of the Miller J,g",. .. : :. Will Stand Reloading
mouer (W. J. Bryan's Paper,) ; +i Ga., did. She says: "Two i block. His old location, or at least'j 11
of Electric Bitters cured me of j I .
> ,,1<'A
the front of it, will be | .V
THE OCALA WEEKLY .\ liver and stomach troubles, ] part devoted to i .. They Always Get The Game.
{' with such an unhealthy j novelties and shoes: The front partof : ,it. ,.' ; '\f:
n Blade (Weekly) one . t. ;. 'I.
year i of the blood that my skin j the new store will be devoted to) ; I t. ;.. ; .{i. h For Sale Everywhere.
red flannel. I
: 71 THE OCALA WEEKLY nAS:: EI twenty as years younger am than now dry goods. The center of the two .,r-r "i\. i 1';' V; _,; fE7D
I took Electric Bitters. I i stores will be converted into offices
'J nali 11'eeklewc. one year. can
i it do all my work with ease and as- j and the rear portion, running the entire

in my husband's store." Guaran length'of both stores, will be used .. --. --. .....
:: DAILY. t tt at 50 cents.Tyciiugs & Co.. drug store.m ) exclusively for gents' furinishings. -

t Mr. Leon Fishel will assist his father :

Texas Wants Japs. in the conduct of his business. Mr. '
THE OCALA DAILY BANNER i Leon is a musician of merit and is.'

vannah Sews, one year. . governor of Texas, it is stat : exceedingly: popular with the younger,

( ) THE OCALA DAILY BANNER j has extended an invitation to the i!,portion of our population, and the two fs o ;

Jacksonville Tinies-Cnion one i' @ living in southern Califor-1: together are calculated to build up a !
I' large trade.
to cone and till the rice fields
11\5 THE OCALA DAILY BANNER '!, the Lone Star state. He probably

:; ff'Ii lauta Journal, one year . ; : that the labor he is inviting is Mr W. T. Henderson, who lives rot"t

Journal ((including:: Sunday), and superior to that to which across the river was shopping in
Ocala Friday
'D THE OCALA DAILY BVNNER are accustomed but i it.

one quality respecting which he SO

to be ignorant. Y y ddai

it Texas experience with Japanese ,

ALL SUBSCRIPTIONS PAYABLE I\ : cultural labor proves to be any ;
like that of California the little ERRYS ;
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men will soon own the rice
Address All Orders to lds. I I'h'rever
\ the Japanese have work- Seedsprove I 4 t tt 1 OttnILRCD
r f0$
{ THE OCALA in numbers in our orchards or on I their worth at harvest

truck farms they soon get hold I t l:1e. Afteroverfiftyyeatsof
OCALA FLORIDA. the land and very speedily they success, they are pronounced
\' out all competitors. the best and surest by careful

; ALL SUBSCRIPTIONS PAYABLE IX shall: watch the experiment of dealer planters sells everywhere.them. 1907 Your Seed CHAS BLUM & -
with! interest.-Saa Francisco foal COMPANY
free on ;
request. J
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I '. j Death of Mrs. Hattie Agr.ew Garrett. CURIOUS FACTS. THE CONTROL OF LAKE OKEECHOSEE. -

V.'onl was received Wednesday of .

-e: : dealt of Mrs. Hattie :Agnew Gar- j!i There are 73: ,)oft ,oo0 Baptists in

.,,; t. which! occurred in Louisville, Ky., i il.iie (Massachusetts. iCapt., Henry writes of Reclamation! In

'.. : she was undergoing a surgi- j It is estimated that there are 46. the Calaosa River ValleyI

t II < .d op ration. I jOOO' foreigners in China. --

J I Her many Ocala friends regret toj j Dresden has opened a bathing establishment i' The matter of securing Kgi-'a:: :

i t',-rn of her death. She had been I I for dogs. aid and reclaiming the Caloos.i nr

.naiThHl to 3ir. Garrett but a short[' Shepherd valley is one of vital :ruport.ipof 'I
girls in French Switzer
z <; AIe ty rme-: !land wear men's clothes. i land and property owners from i :wend

A of Caloosa valley to the oth,->' lJ,1! ;
W. 0. Unveiling.. | railway tunnel will soon undermine I f:
c j in order to secure it we must be a ::
j1Foit I great wall of China. I,1'

King Camp Woodmen of theUu''l : Twenty-four perosns living in the j unit. We were practically a unit m {i

i !:!. will on Sunday afternoon un-j'!I'county of Tipperary, Ireland, are cenjteriariarik supporting the drainage amendment! i
I 04' 1 1 but of course we lost in that: con I.,-;t. t
.f'i' ice! monument erected to the !
I I II ..but not discouraged because Somt of
w.r tiiennuv' of Sovereign Sands A. Stadd- The five hundrtdth annivarsary of k

II a % 1" :;. I Leipsic University will be celebrated )I the leading papers of the fate and ;

I Ihl 1909. many distinguished gentlemen will J
Woodmen are requested to meet
1 o I The beet of I(opposed the drainage amendn.trnr are I
ar the forest at 3 o'clock sharp. sugar crop Europe is '
The wives and daughters of Wood- estimated at for 1906-07 at 6,473.000j'I i i 'committed to aid in any project look -
| lug to our relief by the legislature.
c L.. ::I/-11 are especially invited to attend metric tons. j

1J :.,.. They usually want rh(' services at Greenwood cemetery.The I Sixty years ago there were only j|; We believe they meant just what they
'said! and are ready to aid us. While
camp will appreciate assistance 150,000 children at school in India. i

l something from from the ladies in the way of Now there are 4000000. I'.this is a fact, we, the people who are .

flowers or evergreens for the occa- The late Collis P. Huntington operated -mostly interested, are supposed ,to
the move in this matter, ask and
v* pantry "ion. and those! who cannot attend, one of the largest railways In demand

.., 9;) bur wish to help the "chopperswho !j jwi'l the world at the age of SO. just what we need. Just what we
I want is just what we should decide
You remember the hunger you had m>tifthe counsel commander )I It is stated that the distribution: of upon and do it quickly.

' ,. he will take pleasure in sending for '$32,233: among the unemployed of I
-Home for much The writer has so often expressedin
a cooking counts I'Ma 1 offerings.Watermelons; {was done at the expense of $74,75" I Ij
no unmistakeable terms his views
in the child's health; do not imperil I Twenty minutes of rain in a year is I I'the subject that it seems entirely unnecessary
and Cantalotpes. sometimes all that southern '
it with alum food by the use of .baking powder. Egypt to repeat. A dam and lock
poor I gets, and there is no dew in that coun-
The rains came in the nick of time or gateway or near Hicpochee
Have a delicious, pure, home-made muffin, cake or biscuit ready when they I 'I Lake vith levee
ro save the watermelons and cantaloupe try.The a extending through

4 Come in. To'be sure of the purity, you must useRGU'ALBAKING crop and they now give prom- I present occupant 'of the Wash- i!tie low marsh north and south to the

I'M ; ise of a heavy yield. The acreage is I ington plantation in Westmorland I high lands seems to be the leading

i not bo large as last year, but the !county, Virginia, is named George idea by many. Mr. A. P. Jordan, of

aggregate planted to these popular !Washington. I the Punta Gorda Herald some time :

products will foot up many acres. The business of the gondoliers of ago suggested this idea. Senator

Mr Z. C. Chambliss has rentedfhree !Venice is being invaded by women, Harris seems to favor this idea and 1

= hundred acres, which are planted I and the men are organiizng unions to ever so many others. If. indeed this =
makes difference
difference in
Royal a in home-a your'healtha -
partly to the latter. J. D. McDuf- drive them out. plan be settled upon it is right in line l'

difference in your cooking. ty has 140 acres to cantaloupes: and In Santa Rose, Cal., a church witha with the work done three years ago: :

7'i acres to watenneolns. : saving capacity of :200, is built entirely ,at a cost of near five thousand dollars

I ROYAL is absolutely Pure. 1 if Quite a large erea are planted at I of a single redwood tree. This work has a history and a very

Anthony and other places in the county Australia's great salt mines at Wie- important one.
:;iJi I-.I-.l. ..: -" _:io.. .. .-:- and Marion will still hold her placeas 'liczka has COO miles of galleries and[ It was then called, by some people 1

--- headquarters for the distributionof 'I employs 9,000 miners. It has been that the dam across the canal near iHiennehee t

-n___-' -_ this popular fruit. worked for over 16 centuries. I Lake,_ was the cause of-- the

ra Elizabeth Harris, Local Editor. .M.: '. William Igou. of the firm n f.Mr.. E. B. Duncan the affable freight I The Mikado of Japan is fond of !disastrous; : overflow in 1903 and it was !I

1 V Igou and Henderson who are opening I agent for the A. C. L. railway! has- Passing of the Silver Dollar. I door sports and warmly encouragesIthe ,secretly destroyed. At that time the 1

J"- SOCIAL AND PERSONAL. up a livery and sales business on Ex- .reshingled and otherwise repaired the I introduction of football, as played matter of a levee extending north and

position street, arrived from Eu::>ri:;: .*!reen place on Orange a\enue. and: Are we here in the South gradu- in England and America.It south of the dam to high land was

I Ocala's ''yesterday and is registered at the ijMontezuma. :;; putting it in fine shape. Of course ally to lose sight of the silver dollar? is reported that Japanese merchants being discussed, and there is no doubt

tuning shoppers Wednesday i 'everybody is in expectancy and bus Those who have cotton fields would j with the aid of their government 'but what the trustees of the L I. F.

wan Mr. Morriston, of Mcrriston.t I ,i ly regret such a condition of affairs, but !i would have constructed the levee and .
guessing, but it is not the policy of I are making persistent efforts to I <

Stone fences When it comes to afternoon papers. !II I jthis I paper to tell tales out of school, there would be no mourning in theL I(!capture the cotton market: of China. fixed a lock or gateway if the dam I!i
are nowi our local fad. the Louisville Times cannot be beat. cities. The dollar I
silver is rejected as I!i One the chief had been blown '
!and especially to tell what it don't of obstacles to American not out with dyna-
sad a gKnl fad it is, too. They are The Times covers the field ;j: 1
news whenever it
corn change can be. because
'know. trade in lower (Mexican) California mite. A plia for a levee had been ;
ornamental and will last for a life- .pletely and it prints the truth with-I ''it is so cumbersome to The ne-I
4 carry. is the long time taken in transportation -;suggested to one of the leading trus- J
tlraN and \er. lout fear or favor. Its editorials in the dol-I _
are I The band promises to give at least efortnightly country want silver from American trade cen-I tees, and a request by him that the 1
short, crisp and timely, and it has a ;colars, however, and hence there will before 1
I open air concerts. This | plan be submited to the board, but -
Mr. Cool, bookkeeper for Messrs. ,definite policy and sticks to it. be ters.The
continue to more or less of them :
will certainly tend to relieve the tedium latest chair for the victim of I the plan was submitted the dam ,
lawman & Co., court house I afloat. II I
of the summer. Let's hold up I seasickness has a movable seat vibrated was; destroyed. The trustees of the-L .- j
*, has gone to Gainesville on bus- I! The many friends of Mr. William the i I Congress has cut off the appropri- | ;
I i I hands of the band members and by an electric motor. This is said I. Fund authorized the building of the

IltH !(Camp, jr., will regret to learn that he jation! for their transportation, and it ,
give| them all the encouragement, financial to give surprising relief to the suf dam and appropriated liberally toward
i sis,; quite ill with i'is doubtful if thebanks will incur the t ,
pneumonia at
need'1 and
and otherwise that they ferers. ; its construction was willing ,f
and Mrs. Thomas
Bright leftlettenlay i
Lynchburg, Va. Mrs. Wm. X. Campyesterday !p without permitting them to ask! for expense. They can get other money In the Vatican at Rome is the largest then to do all they could for our relief l'

Jt" for Bellair. Fla., where they left to be at the bedside of I it. that answers their purpose just as well topaz in the world. It weighs seven Just bow they feel now about J ,
will spend( several days at that delightful -
) bert&on. We hope for him a speedy j at msch less cost. I ] pounds and has carvings upon it''!i:similar work nobody knows. Certainlythe
place.Miss The West andSouth made for!
i recovery. i Spring weather in this section is a fight that occupied three Neapolitan lapidaries board could like to know if the

!right up to date with the latest edi1 an appropriation of $120,000 to pay ; Cl years. |:same dam destroying element exists
Ethel Robinson, daughter of I The weekly Courier-Journal is on silver dollars but the ,
'tion of the almanac. The oak trees :transporting Exports of American timber, lunt- t today which existed then. The writeris
Hon. and Mrs. Geo. K. Robinson, off boom. Its circulation has for I'
I I grown wonderfully are putting forth new leaves thefruit 'majority was too strong letting ber and furniture in the nine months !j inclined to believe that if the legislature
Ocala is in the city on a vist to her : in the past few months, de-jj them remain in the unless
I trees are in full leaf and flower; treasury ended] with September, 19, aunt, Mrs. H. U. \l'noh1.-Gaines\"ille servedly. No better 1 them back!
paper published 'the banks paid for sending '
II the jassamine, dogwood, violets and in value to $G1,000,0) more than .1 trustees to close the Hicpochee canal
Sun. anywhere than the weekly Courier- If |
:and forth from the treasury. they
roses are lending their beauty and |in the same sine omnths of 1896. ':and construct a canal and construct a
Journal. Henry Watterson's editor- from circulation I
!fragrance in making life and living practically disappear Two of the greatest pedestrains in']levee as Indicated above and make it
Mr. W. M. Brooks, of Tampa, a ials are all printed in the weekly. i *there will not be much regret felt t
delightful and the whole earth is carpeted Washington are Associate Justices :a severe penalty for anyone to destroyit
former citizen of Floral City, and well for their scarcity.Iiami Xews.I 1
over with new verdure, much to Harlan and White. They walk ev- that it would stand. He believes
known here and in all this section, I -
Ocala lime is becoming as well 1 the delight of the eye and the pleas- ery day from their homes to the capitol that those who manipulated the destruction -
was registered at the Ocala House j From the active and extensive work .
known as Standard Oil and like the ure of the cattle that are fatteningupon '|'of a distance of nearly five miles. L of the dam repent of their
jeeterday. i( preparation which is being done by I J
latter, it has never taken advantageof the succulent grasses. Speakingof \:the Committee of Arrangements, the The fishhook cactus is literally a dirty work. \

; All court house matters are settled. the fact that it is a monopoly to climate, we are marching ell to \!indications are that the National )compass in the desert. No matter With all these conditions confrontJ,

The building is making good progress, |I put up prices. The margin of profit i the front. We are favored of the :Peace Congress to be held in New I Ii how glaring the sun's rays may be I ng us what shall we do? We can't j

has always been at the lowest possible gods. reflected from the soil in wait for the dredge boat, fifty miles
the furniture has been purchased, it i ,] York in April will be the greatest national are j .
te modern and serviceable and the I j"I figure. At least that is what is demonstration in behalf of in-'which it grows it always tilts its head I from Lake Oke! bob>ee, to mach that

i>county commissioners are happy. ![i[told' us.Dressed. .. I The Ocala high school, although en- [iternatioiral' arbitration and peace ,to the southward. great lake and draw the water rapt j1
to the Atlantic Ocean which would require -
i larged] is altogether too small to -j!which this country has ever se n.1) ;
Mrs. J. Pittman and iI j in their new spring suits, Moral Turpitude. four or fire years. We can't
Hardy bright coumodate Ocala's increasing school !i Two national arbitration conferences I
I our hardwood trees, that make our afford to fold our arms and we the
little daughter, Dorothy, after spending j attendance and the local trustees will ;!have already been held, both of them -
|hammocks look so rarely beautiful, The of the railway king's of Cakuwa *.l and destroyed -
probing valley 11
several weeks in Ocala, the I
guests '; either build another building for the;'in: Washington the first in April, 1S86,
are now looking delightfully so. Keats method of doing business and the ex iDr 1 rfng volume of
by an '
of Mrs. J..1. Pittman have returned
l ito j primary department somewhere in and; the second in January, 1904. The I
(I must have been in a Florida hammock resulting therefrom, as eXHD- !!avatar from Lake Okeechot-. through
their home in Jacksonville.Mr. wider in :posures 1
.ae eastern part of the city: whereirost : i when he wrote that "a thing of beauty 'plified what is known "The votanw and
in now as a canal iBcrain in capacity -
I will : II
\ of the little tots reside or will 'scope than either of these and ;
is a joy forever. Harriman Investigation," shows a Jay We boald come to
Watterson Tucker, Ocala's a:ain enlarge the Ocala high schoolbl'iding. !include in its program not arbitration ;' I every 1
eX-j state of moral in the ranks decision at Would It not
turpitude eve. ;
electrician will
pert young go to We believe a majority of1 only but most or all the great ,i'
The Holder and Carmichael resi- 'of of American financial erf Trade to call
I the leaders the be well for oar Board
do electrical ,
ua today to some repair tie trustees favor the latter plan, but!subjects with which the international ,
dences are nearing completion. Both 1 world that makes one shunter'a|: special greeting ad formulate some i j
ing. Whenever there is any trouble j! many patrons of the school favor peace movement deals. jI I
at the different phosphate mines and i I!ij'i are fine structures and will add to the the erection of a separate building. MW .. i j j'j'I 'to think how the public have bi*t4 i jteci8iv ptea to wf rk .*... PA. !

j beauty of Fort King avenue. Mr.11'oodrow's land: are now, gulled cheated and rob-'ffeadry in Ft. }layers
an electrician is needed they always j I Everybody is glad, however to notet'r The men who have achieved success Pr'J J;
j on the same avenue, is al- "
these "financiers.
send for Mr. Tucker. I i ? steady: increase of our infantile i fare the men who have worked, read,' bed by j
!I so a handsome building or will be population. thought! more than was absolutely The case is still sub-judice, so wet i Senator Canaack wear out of the
when completed.Rev. refrain from further explanation at'w': in ftttBshtee of glory and conviilsing .
Mr. Williau Fant one of the pion- j necessary, who have not been content a

ft'r settlers and foundation stones ofFautville Murder Still a Mystery. !jwith knowledge sufficient for the pres- I this time, as to how this juggling with : that body with lau !it4r H ;
B. F. Lockhart died at his :men and figures has hurt the widows ,filibustered the ship subsidy hilt >o -
represented his section at ert need, but who have sought additional -
the county capital Wednesday. He home in Dallas, Texas, February 25th. Though the coroner's Jury' has made I j knowledge and stored it away :and orphans of the nation who have IiI its death refgwd to pMf'Dd that h,*

reports his section in hopeful spirits He was the father of Mrs G. A. Car- the closest examination possible of ''for the emergency reserve. i I stock in their watered enterprise jwas doing anytaiwc eI.*. and afr

with outlook prosperous. i michael, of this city. Dr. Lockhart all the circumstances surrounding the : It is the super lous labor that I Suffice to say, bowen, that President !!reading the dehtdoII of tila awful.

S I II was a minister for forty years and 'killing of Lucius Williams at Spar equips a man for everything that Ii Roosevelt has the case under I word ail given bf W tat.... \iz' i I

Mr. Charles, the Oxford real estate ;1 i!leaves as a legacy the record of a several nights ago no clue of tn: counts most in life. Cushman K.I I;advisement; and as "wh a thieves'I sea roister. a ownadtr. a pillar a "_ ,

holder was among others who were 1|!well spent life full of piety, love and (guilty party can be gained. ;!1 1j Davis. 'fight over loot the rightful owner has i jbtMttaseer, a fn booter. aad a T>!iil'p 1

to the :Marion county capital i!f good deeds. j They found that he had been shot j 1 1I a chance to get back his own," more 'upon the high seu." "So bran!" f" I

4isitors i with a large calibre gun, but no evidence the be retired from Hi'body. < ;
\ light will be thrown upon doings laW "I am to
day. He says that Sumter 1 Death'of a Child. |: Mrs. W. H. Moore, of Lake Weir, '
county is more than holding her ownand |! [ was found by which it could i!was in town Tuesday oa" her '-'.ay ,I of railway financing, and, as in the:I ." -Bat." be said. "T,"in---,.p .j

be learned whether he was killed by j of fraudulent bankers and insurance stood by Uw coMtttntiM and W t *- )
that Oxford is altogether' to the Helen, the nine months old daughter !home from Crystal River, where she :I case .I
parties on the S&iboard train 'h.- ',iir' l
< I )fi]' : presidents and treasurers gter-s tactioMry. He killed
ood. :
; of Mr. and Mrs. J. H. Spencer, !visited Mr. Moore for several lays I
i which he was a passenger, or by l ; justice will in due time be meted oofto ; 'i _.
n in
died yesterday at three o'clock, after 1 Mr. :Moore is bookkeeper for j joupe
( !someone on the outside. the deserving ones. West Palm', OB Meant of the small*** .' a.
Mr. J. Buttgenback, wife and maid.
suffering for two weeks with {Baum Vaneering company. .
pneuIronia. !> -- !I* Mr. Tarr did not lector la! f j jaM.
I Beach j
who have been at Holder for threeor i
She was a bright child Xews.'I
ldj I! i
-lOO.OOd Livin g- | A Thought J.
four months where11':: Buttg n-' patient little sufferer and the Daily I II
bach os some valuable phosphatemining parents ston's, Beauty, Stone. Paragon and IIn I men whom men pronounce as ill, That is racier a strange thin? King" I .....-, $.
and little sisters have the sympathya > tine of Ladies' toik' 1
!Dwarf A haadMCM
Stone, ready Feb. 10, to March i ji find much of goodness still; I Edward's physicians tell us. Because
properties, were visiting in their friends in their bereaementThe ,II articles, manicure sets ek.
I Ocala yesterday and were registeredat funeral will occur this morning t1/ $1.50 per thousand; ten thousandslots :la men whom men pronounce divine His Majesty is again adoring the! x TYD1XGS & ('0.

the Ocala House. They are making II at eleven o'clock, all friends invit! $1.40; cash with order. Guaranteed j I find much of sin and blot Queen, his charming wife, it Is manifestly

1 .. preparations to return to Belgium. ed. free from blight or root knot. J. R. ,I hesitate to draw the line a sign they say that he Is ag-j:: The city council held its reguL f(.

j I Davis, Eartow Fla. 2-10-61 1 i When God has not.-Joaquin Miller ing rapidly. Isn't that a how'de do?11 ion! last night

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6: KRANKSHARRIS, Editor. Editor Jordan, of the Punta Gorda ,1 Editor Jordan, of the Punta Gorda : to secure their portion in an estate ..1 M

4 ; P. ,V Leavengood, Business Manager Herald, says that the' Ocala Bannermisquoted Herald, sees no good to be derived I left by a Swedish baron estimated
know that if they have
h t -- -. him in saying that he was, !from packing the state with immi-i 1 to be worth $80.01)0The ,')(\('. r Most people :

r' opposed to immigration. That he is;. I grants who would cut down the for-j been sick they need Scott's Emulsion (
: Atlanta Constitution is unkind ij
only opposed to "indiscriminate im ,eats increase taxation kill the game I j and
back health strength.
that Senator Bev- to bring
enough to say
K migration and paying out large sums in the woods and! greatly increase the I j' ;
eridge continues his enlightening lectures
money from the public treasury to output of fruits and vegetables, thus!

lot secure same." makirg trucking and fruit growing un- i on what he knows about running J But the strongest point about Scott'sEmulsion

F. I j We rather cling to the other side profitable. And then too these immigrants -; the universe. 8 is that you don't have to be
I i iI ---- -
would read the
[of the proposition. newspapers
of, The New York Tribune is. making sick to get results from it.
; ;
make !
< I See what indiscriminate immigra I forcing us thereby to our papens 0
of the senator from Arkansas.
larger and attractive sport
i tion has done for this country? more
I which would the Hon. Jeffries Davis. The Tribune It keeps the athlete's strength puts fat '.
j In olden times it was the boast of I require employment g up _

f. of more printers; then. too. they !should have a care. It should remember fretful
i the democratic party that America on thin people, makes a baby happy,
I would send their children to school : the picture its own senators present 1QI
was the asylum for the oppressed of and
; to the country. brings color to a pale girl's cheeks, prevents -
Motto: The Banner, believing those I all lands. which would require the building of i 0 <>

at the top well able to take care of f And see what this doctrine led to? I' more schoolhouses and the employment ( Missouri, like Arkansas has by legislative .ca coughs, colds and consumption.

themselves, has taken its stand in th t Immigrants landed here indiscriminately of more teachers. Then too :'; enactment defined the proper s

barricades with the common people from nearly all the ends of the these people would have to buy for j i!pronunciation of its name. Arkansasby : : Food in concentrated form for sick and

and iU fight will be made for the bet, earth and see what a mighty fabric; J themselves and their children shoes < J
statute is pronounced as if spelled : and old rich and
well t)
terment of those at the bottom. they have made of this land? Seehow ;and clothing and meat and meal and Ca young : poor.
Ar-ken-saw and Missouri as if spelled
_, loyal to our institutions and our!ja! thousand other things which would !: 01)

FRIDAY, MARCH 8, 190.) flag their descendants are? require the building of larger towns j i'j Mis-soo-ri. : And it contains no drugs and no alcohol

See how rapidly the resources o flood j the employment of more people !
It bad time for shortage f
was a a-car
= The Shriners are planning a trip to I'I the west were developed and what a 'and would create entirely too much ALL DRUGGISTS : SOc. AND l.OO.
': with 260,000,000 more bushels of .
California. giant of strength it has become I activity for those who love the soli- i I
corn and wheat and 2,500,0 0 more ,
There was no picking and choosing -I tudes and the ease of a quiet life. !; ,
bales of cotton than in any other year
Dade county is to have its fair at: on board the Mayflower and for Then, too with the influx of more people --- '
j to: be shipped. The railroads will have -
Miami beginning March 13. 4 would have build -
many years afterwards! Its crew was we to good roads

3 a hetrogeneous class and ride in automobiles and adopt too 11 tq: hump themselves to keep up with i I Banks Open on Sund.1Y.Se'eral t PEONAGE IN Ft Oft I DA.

The Florida abstract men are nqw the American farmers.
Our settlers did not spring from the many other new tangled: notions of j -
forming an association. of the Saa Francisco banks While false stories of pvuoagr aa4
civilization. It
won't do. It
groins of loyalty. They sprang rather ;

Michigan now wants to prevent the from the groins of those who had would grate on the nerves of us "old 'i ij Washington was "first in war, first i i! which have a large number _of Italian other wrong in Florida are !Mag &

j timers." i in] peace and first in the hearts of and Swiss customers have inaugurated culated in every comer of the naiiav,
k sale of dime novels. met with royal displeasure. Their |I
i = 'I his countrymen" but he dld 't wield jL !.. a practice of opening on Sunday the Tithes Union corner out m the la-
wives were sent out in ship loads and: I .

The Tampa Northern is headed directly sold to them for a stipulated sum to i Following the construction of a hard ;,a big stick, didn't advocate a big navy morning between the hours of nine terest of the State, hut Mondays b>

for Dunnellon. be paid in tobacco. road between Hastings and St. Aug was never on San Juan Hill, and land i ilidn't twelve in order to give the workmen sue containing I probably the. spat/

Under different conditions environ- ustine a farmers' market should bed! receive a Nobel peace" prize. Ijeorge' j who are occupied through the. most forceful editorial ever publlrtlsti

There are county divisions loomingup ments and surroundings these peo established in this city. A market, :( Washington was born too I week| an opportunity to deposit theirs 'in the State, in wWeh the position fit

vi One of the banks Mon'- Florida was in Dade Volusia and Hillsbor- pIe developed into a hardy, rugged and I I held say on Wednesdays and Saturdays soon.: cogs. on I

ough. would mutual gomery street tried the experiment i Federal government attacked
a benefit
frugal race and established a government I prove i -- --
and it proved so successful that other i The text was fottad in the follow
:for the
on these shores that will mess people would be able to Lee county has filed its first legal .
Socialism finds it almost I : financial I word of Col. Corbvtt
an impossible fresh institutions in the neighborhood i ins
ure strength with any that the world secure vegeables and fruits ; execution.! Jasper N. Edwards was;';
task to make a foothold in the and the farmers ; have fallen into line. The chip ".\ reputable, hoaorabl-. Hod-I.-
a ready for
has ever seen. hanged for the murder of "Bobby" :,
United States. objection to the practice comes from ing citizen of Florida ban jut
In the early years of this country'sgrowth .their products, Having sold out. the Carson at Fort flyers last Tuesday. (tsar
----- --1- the bank clerks who are alloted Sun- through the ordeal of trial in tbe tilted .
L Senator Tillman will soon deliver our ports were open to all alike money would soon be transferred to Edwards claimed that he had killed ,
day duty in rotation. Among the banks States court, at a cost estimated by
the coffers of the merchants for
a lecture at Miami and John Temple and there were no discriminating nor!i iI supplies ,he:] wrong man and that it was a case i
I which have joined the movement are himself at more hall |12. of food and : "
Graves one in Jacksonville.The obstructive laws to prevent any j I clothing.-St. Augustine 0,f "mistaken identity. The condemnd '
the Bank of Italy. ItalianAmericanbank question of altad in the fee
Record. lOO
class from landing. Suppose it had 1 man claimed that his sins had been

south-is said--to- -be making or been different? Suppose we had beenj! ---- I f forgiven, him and he died redeemed i: Columbus Savings and Loan Society of the fact that the government ted r

i Submitted to a galling fire of BanKo Populare and the sent here special officers
questions branch to gat her the
at least adding to her riches $.,/))),- discriminating? Suppose that we had'

: 000 every day. permitted to land on our shores only )II E. H. Harriman was on the ----- t of the Swiss-American. Francis. facts and prosecute this man in tee*

stand five hours before the Intestate V. J. Shipmanof Ocala. formerly' manger ,co Journal of Progress. of the tact that, at the advkt uf ita
those possessing a certain amount ofj I
Commerce Commision '- New York. a of the Montezuma hotel of that learned counsel l. first what
I ---- -- -- on it believed
Some of the states are now seriously ;I wealth and entertaining certain political
Features of the examination : ci ty, was in Inverness last Friday. Itwas be its
were an to and
What Makes strongest bntcase
considering a proposition to r--co: opinions who believes that this : This Country Great?
attack by counsel for the government rumored that he will succeed Mr. : in face of the faet tint
a tax on bachelors. I(country would have been what it is I II In the peroration to his speech in twrivt
on the method of reorganizing and i i R. H. Matson in the management, of : good men and true, the peer ud
--- today? This very "indiscrimination'dihas the Snioot case Senator Beverege of
I I l'he Hotel Orange but we have learned : [ I
financing the Alton line and the refus- !equals of this defendant and lIMe
The shoe industry in the L'niteStates made it great powerful and Indiana said:
i j i ;
}al of the railroad wizard's lawyers to since that the deal has been called ,, {lof Florida and the United State.
adds $150,000,000 to our corn i I strong.; II | I Obedience to law. tolerance of opinion -
let him answer a question as to deals Inverness Chronicle. I i:through its biased representatives, at- .
merce annually. I I When you begin to discriminate loyalty to countr-these are
F I in stock claimed to be individual. This tuated by cauae'that '
some U
I as yet ,
,then you begin to weaken. If you discriminate The telegraph lines of the country 1'the principles which make the flag asacred I
point will be taken to the Supreme'Court 'unknown to us placed him
again a*
The Texas legislature has made i it in one place you weaken j! ire: said by )Ir. Frederick J. Haskin thing and this republic iramor- i
for dC.:.ion. If the railroad atjtorneys trial heaped upon him as additional
a misdemeanor to drink whiskey on in another place. Railroads discrimi 'o represent a capitalization of $125-: 'U.1 These are the principles'that I
I are sustained it means a se- expense confronted him with it
the trains in that state.It nations in favor of the seaport cities ] 100,000. Entire patents originally p''nice all Americans brothers and constitute iI i
[rious limitation of the powers of the ; I same witnesses with only I ttuaHi!
have almost ruined the interior cities. !' held, by its promoters were offered ; this nation God's highest method -
Interstate Commerce Commisison. toI I stories to tell charged him ...
is estimated on the quiet that : t't
Discriminations won't do. Treat allj i 'I tae government for lOu,000. That ;II of human enlightment and living !

Senator Mallory will have oppositionin alike. Let every tub stand on its I ----- 'probably] was less than fifty )-ears'Jigo. ]liberty. By these principles let us !i same facts. imprisoned twelve dtiiMi*
Mr. Walpole County Treasurer. got; this state in a Jury box .
his for re-election. t'A't"D1111I
race own bottom. The fittest will survive I a; The rapid development of the ; 1 live[ and vote and die, so that "this :
I' } ,days demanding that they
and we shall have no cause to be! I 'eminent of the peer upon
telegraph sen ice tells its o'vn story ,!z people, for the people
John Temple Graves still holds first ashamed of the The under Governor Broward has appointed i line same facts as had a former jury
outcome. j of the growth and advancement ofjlivr : and by tbe people may not perish :

place as one of the most finished and rail of today may be the top rail ofj[Jour( friend Frank Walpole to the office (ountr'J'from the earth. Applause in the srnl1. l- :;And these twelve men Hk. the' Brat

eloquent lecturers now on the plat tomorrow. But in any event the! |: of county treasurer made vacant --- :. ies. I twelve declared this dvfctuteat BOtguitt'orlando

form. I strongest rail will always be on top. !by' the death of Mr. J.V.. Nettles Whey know how to do things in Tax- --- -- -- Star.

Brains intellect and energy will aI-I'I There were several aspirants most of .as but they know nothing better than A bill has been introduced in congress ------- ---
; would lion.
William H. Taft -
Atanta! wants:: the next national /ways dominate and control. I I'whom are under the impression thatI t: j>: iiie use of whitewash and they: thoroughly authorizing the establishmentof
mounted on the G. O P i'k.phaaL
democratic convention held in that I ithe Governor would have made himself understand where its application an agricult'ral bank in the Philip
---- He himself
---- wei b6 over three hundred
city and i is making strenuous effortsto United States Senator Spooner of! more solid with the people of the ia must needed. Senator Bailey' pine Islands! : and reducing the tariffon
pounds and would
look Initial
as iarg d
secure it. Wisconsin has tendered his resigna i|county by leaving the selection to a :has profited by this knowledge of the sugar tobacco and rice from our the
ias party ek-phani Hw w.ml.f'the .
tion to take effect Hay laIn primary.( We suppose however that average Texan .legislator. possessions over there bar the bile (!
two together look ID rhpictures" ,' f'UPIit'
Cuba has petitioned the authorities [the fact that Frank and his paper having ---- was tabled by a decisive majority.General .

for the privilege of cock fighting. Thisis the murder trial against the !! warmly supported the Governor in t Since Dr. Gladden's article on --- -- -
--- -- -
Albert W. Gilchri -- -
I the had much do ,. "Tainted Money," it is positively as- t. who
past with
to them what baseball is to Amer race to [
Strother brothers for killing Bywaters i
owns a large number of + *
(\ 11 Waycross
the appointment and serted that gold has a distinct odor -
icans. I we congratulate!
their brother-in-law the plea of emotional 'i Ga., in what is known as Cilchhst's SKIN TORTURES-
------- Frank .on his good luck Bradentown nand[ that even paper money frequently -
-- will be set
insanity up. .
I Park is soon to sell off !ot3'at
smells distributes Still
The name of Governor Hughes of Herald.i and germs. ;'
-- '
public auction
j New York is mentioned I -- ----- -- _. however with all this no one will refuse 'i spot cash. Everything
among the Senator Bailees speech before th i Scientists are again locating the, indicates that he is making
list.of candidates for the presidential Texas legislature was in exceedingbad to handle either paper money or <' AffLICT CHlLOR[
!Garden of Eden in the South. It is''igold.; necessary arrangements to enter the
nomination on the republican ticket. form .
and ungraceful throughout.It
''gubernatorial .
still here. It is in Florida and our race.We
---- ------ -
---- placed him in a most unfavorable -.---
More than fifty per cent of the :Eden is in some respects unlike the t Senator Pettus was a lieutenant (in ---- -a
light before the country! have received copy of thpresident's Obstinate Case of Eczema
population \Yauchula is represent. II original E en.ot that all fruits are ,the Mexican war he rode horseback Covered

ed in the public schools. This clearly not grown here in abundance and that 'to California with the "forty-niners" special message to con Little Girl's Limbs with RtHHtwg
A will written in German gress concerning the
entitles that town to the blue ribbon. was re flowers grow bloom and give out fragrance !'and was advanced from the rank of Panama canal.illustrated Sores- Poison Oak Made Boys
Gently sent to the probate court of and it looks
but the difference is in this particular ; major to that of Brigadier General mighty nice
Duval for record. The 'to' us. It the Hands and Arms :a Mm &f Torturing
Reese county document suggests idea that all
Judge of the
one that the original Ederf had in the Confederate army. He was adi -

most prominent members of the Georgia will have to be rocorded bothin messages could be made fascinating Sores-Sufferers S. Relieved -
;only two inhabitants and these were i mittp' to the bar at Gainesville, Ala.,

bar association died suddenly in German and in English. The party. I driven out. Florida-has many and ,:wr pn he became 21 :years of age. At if properly and handsomely Uhwtrated. and Completely fored-

Macon, March 1. I who made the will owned propertyin .: wants more. She wants to become a this time Texas was an independent Grateful Mother Says :

Jacksonville and died in Germany. I beehive of busy industry and wants to i republic. California was a part of -'-- -- --- -
Frank Clark's bill to selk the Only the interest 1-
Philippines .
--- -- --- of the Rockefeller
{.distribute her sweets to the people Mexico and Great Britain was disput-
was tabled and failed to The historian donation to uCUTICURA REMEDIES A
provoke Macauley once said : education will fee dU
of all nations of every clime and ton- lUg the American claim to the Oregon -
very much comment in the big newspapers that advertising is to business what ; ;tributed but it will be gue. There is another difference. The :coautry. Audrew Jackson was then > HOUSEHOLD STANDBY"
of the country. steam is to machinery-motive ewer as the interest
original mature.
I Garden of Eden had forbidden 1 supreme in politics and was yet to The
-- -.- gy.. Macauley, it may be remembered I' daily interest is I4.329.fe -.
fruit. ; wmhly
Florida has none. She in succeed in making Polk president of |
Following the example of Missouri was one of the wisest men of hi suites' ''interest, II31.390.lo: : yearly htire t. "La* war, otter (wring .* little
everyone to pluck of her fruits the United States.-Pensacola News. ] ,
the Indiana legislature is consideringa time and what he said has been yeti S l, j9f1. 5.f"). tratUti by a VO't'V""pr"JM&rat gory.
eat and be satisfied. There is still dan for an utM..... taw 4il ... .
bill fixing passenger rates in that fied by every business man who has '; -. -- -- -- 1 r***.,....1 ft the CulMura 16atesdis.
I another difference. The -
original Car It is now proposed to canal many of
.tate at two cents per mile.Judge tried the experiment. Advertisinghas I It {is said that nolhitt i slid WM M, wH! pi-Mrd ..,th bf .....
1 i den of Eden had a wily serpent thatjbeguiled i,Florida's ricers Many of them could ; origtaal. te.tonuiiwtk, MM* afonM tbM ....
-- been successful to those men I its inhabitants to do connected by channel canal and ihpbyMOM I
Shajlor is t floe i Steph-ens (
mysteriously a'> and rHht| .
chants other 1".n th .
business 'tItk'Uf'8
an who .
men .
sent from Jacksonville He was to i I which was evil. Those coming to our !largely increase inland navigation ) laM become UitKura UiiKinHfii UK! "Ulk lira Fht."..

have opened last nave tried it in Ocala. (i.11 Garden of Eden will not be beguiled to i and thus help to solve the discriminations : immortal. wan used by Sir Wai rhea i we c-mumM with chi < \ltl-
court Monday but ,
-- .-- I i '!'er Scott in "Keniiworth" cure ken dtuw hw twot aid Ibtt.. ...
no tydings have been heard from do that which is evil but will be tnI against the interior. A canal aad it is e.ran.l with
Senator Bailey of Texas made the I' 'said that Sir Walter nub eat.. V II&a4&
him. and encouraged to do that 'connecting many of the'ri\'ers on the ;' got tbe phraa trz we bad'v ......
mistake of forcing his election before I from one of the ncI there hat
I which is ancient ROOK ki" RO .i
j good. Come to Florida. You east coast are already connected by file truuth'. arcvrsarr
--- -- --
The Missouri legislature. has adopted his vindication. Now that he is tin!; will find it veritable Eden. l these channel canals but in the inter- ; t, Hans. "la July of Uucir ,.,. a Yule boy is

bill dicated by a majority vote of the legislature -- -_. faauly p(--... has
a fixing the railroad fare at !riot nothing of this sort is projected. hsidn aid sort

two cents per mile in that s'tate and I who voted under a primary | A Divorc in High Circles. : Mr. Albertus Vogt in a number of ar- : The need of Texas like the MM! of with Kr. h haw ud, UMt .. twrig-fat
pledge the senator if he wants to Florida. is of arow w.. ....
the same i$ now up to the governor' ;,.titles recently appearing in the Bar- Immigration. Th Low torturing rutty. W. ... .
make vindication: complete, should Oswald I Star state bal offered the CWteura Itrtmdi4, wad*,,. hit bartbed.
for-his signature.Mr. ; Hood son of the famous tow paper shows bow that section of. right ban and arms itb

i resign and go before the people and Confederate general, J. D. ; I got fellowship to the Japanese and bay anu nuf them the Cuttmra. gxy", aid
---' -- [ Hood ;:Florida could be benefitted by connecting g with t.. l'tatkW. <( Henry Wattersou is now in Cadiz see whether or not they will vote as invited those whom f @I t. and tbf.n .
i when an infant was adopted by Mr. its rivers and lakes by canals. California wants Ittwolveut. '" ... tJw ('utKWa

made famous by one of Byron's I they did before the disclosures wen' ':|and Mrs. Harney- wealthy childlessKentecky This particular part of Florida could to get rid of. to her bonfen. Tea* ., hand. and srnr I. about brelvti dww wrrk... hi

poems. We judge from one of )Ir.1( made which created such bitter feeling ]I i couple. When be reached be immensely benefitted by doing ,, promises to give them all the protection luti of cair! fur tt...iac tip.arat.4ul tr hrvd the
atterson's letters that Spain is fast I against him by a large minorityof manhood the adopted son was given likewise. We could connect Blue and guaranteed other people in! ,!, l'utK'W'a Cuticura Jtttlftt4d.Irnwlii.. We.... that tM

losing her ancient glories. the Texas legislature. 'her bill of ar? a taaaNrj
l' $30,000 and on the death of Mr. and Silver Springs by a canal and nm rights. /Id & aydtdut. .. .,. .,

I ;i iMrs. Harney inherited an estate vain 'boats from ocean to gulf and could I I(i "rdvemdAlfrom Vincent Mna. 1.-ta i

Vice President Fairbanks is making I Mr. Richard A. Edmunds editor o The extent to which the Japan{-. !I, Thomas. }'aurntuat WaaMri s
tied at $100+}() He afterwards
; Tt'Oh.
married connect Orange Lake with the Ock- Od. la, 1 ."
heroic efforts to secure the presidential II tne Manufacturers Record is out injthe Mary Stuart are invading the field of small tw_i- I,
a noted Kentucky ,!lawaha river and also Orange Lake !; .
nomination on the republican statement that the South is add-!!beauty, residing in Lexington. The with Newnan and other lakes north mesa enterprises (is suggested; by statistics

ticket and his friends say he has the ing to her riches In the sum of $.,Ot:'0-!couple recently filed I! prepared by Labor Commission I LET MOTHERS KNOW'
a suit for divorce !!lof it, and have a system of canals riv-i ler
Inside track.SenatD 000 daily. The St. Louis Globi> Democrat Stafford showing that
f nearly
in the ten
r Lexington. This |jailing China which would add That
__ __ goes the Manufacturers; Record materially i per cent, of the restaurants in a warm bath with t'utrctwa
I t action has created San Soap and
a profound senses- '! to our inland traffic and commerce. j! a tingle atwlatiag .fIII
Culhc-ruon '
n.entioncd v I one better and that the Francisco are Japanese. (' atxwa. the
ays South 1 is 1 tion1 In society circles. The divorce i The employes amu isLan flUi", ford

the Birmingham Age-Herald as a possible -i growing! at the rate of J10.000.000( !,i proceedings will not be fought, the !of the Oriental rest-Mirants usually afford pureet instant and .wert.t reiirf at rmormti. sl*
candidate for the presidency on I daily. It looks like the South will I --- '- work twelve hours a day while for ekin.toa tttaxd trfnwbrag ...p
two having sixty babies
agreed 'a of and
upon plan ]! Governor Vardaman's ; f\'W& tat:
the ability to tired
deomcradc ticket but the Courier- :soon have her millionaires, her Carnegies separation. per cent of the employes In the and worn-out mothers.

Journal says .be was not thoughtful ] Rockefellers. Yaaderbilts and : Mr. Oswald Hood Tis..j i quote- poetry by the hour is enough to I, white resta-irants work but ten hour- E"7 t'ompI4M ESWMJ ... '''''''-' ,..,...., flit

enough to fcave been born in a log Astors and Harney was a ,make: every senator try to get John !ja day. Nine .... ..UlAmOrel''aACI.(bti.taaa, u.I...... ..
as benefactors we hop i itor to Ocala several per cent. af the Japaae- Cukuy lwep >a> ...,. ...
years ago duri Sharp;; Williams .; Nw1
jQf st
elected. ) to f
cabin. they will become ; -Atlanta :i work from It.. ... ....
as illustrious. i ins one of the Confederate reunions ;''News.I fourteen to fifteen hours a IOu4... I'IUI. J6e.: MW I. to.taI k ill UM ill au...rwttu ww

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A GREAT SERMON '"THE UNDER DOG IN THE FIGHT."Iii..............................NN.................

IN TOBCCO..n! I IS Writtenfor the Rev. R. V. Atkisson is delightinghis !IA New Yorker Who Has Known Mr. ,

congregations by the deliver of Rockefeller Forty Years Says a

THE T [ COMING- [CROP Of flORIDA. OcalaBanner mons most at excellent the Methodist and interesting church, but ser-the i I I Word in_His Defense. 'I II ,

one he delivered on Sunday ni&ht was NIOUNOEMENT
I II In your paper of the 23rd: there appeared .
By an extraordinary one and was one of : II
a statement from ex-Minister
A Mayor Who Is Doing ThingsImportant the finest sermons that he has delivered Hannis Taylor, who calls John D. I:' ,

Supreme Court Distinguished MissJefferson since coming to Ocala and the i +
Opinions Rockefeller a monstor. :
favorable comment it aroused was universal.
Visitors-Interesting The question might be asked, How I :

the much personal knowledge has he of : i
Doings at Capitol. Bell. Mr. Atkisson took for his text the
j Mr. Rockefeller? i
IMl _... ... .. .--c_.."' .. 20th verse of the 2Sth chapter of Isaiah II I
_. .
--- My acquaintance and knowledge of
-- --
-= -= = -- which reads as follows: "For the JUST OPENED OUR

to the Ocala Banner bed is shorter than that a man can Mr. Rockefeller extends over a period .
Special : co, having the proper texture, sizea'l I t NEW PLACE OF BUSINESS IN THE
stretch himself on it and the covering of forty years. With no motive beyond
Tallahassee. March 1. -Saturdaywill shape of leaf combined with the ; :
i! justice do I wish to defend his DELOUEST BUILDING WEST OF
mark the inauguration of a long i proper aroma or flavor, with desira- ; narrower than that he can wrap ;
himself in it." character now. i is. THE COURT HOUSE WE INVITE .
needed: reform in Tallahassee. Mayor i.e! burning qualities, than on climate
.I The is rather My acquaintance commenced during i; : OUR FRIENDS AND THE
Irlntosh has detailed two policemen (n soil. There is every reason to be- text an extra'rdinaryone .

.J to patrol Monroe street and keep the 'l.-eve that continuing the study, selec- and many in the congregation expected I the infancy of the oil business in : PUBLIC GENERALLY TO CALL

(ton and experiments now being so to hear a sermon along seusa- Pennsylvania. I was then a memberof I
negroes who congregate there and I AND SEE US. WE HANDLE ALL
I onal the an refining company, in those days
cJr(>fully made by the United States : lines but instead sermon
spend the day gossiping on the sidewalks t I HIGH GRADE WINES, LIQUORS
: vas purely along devoutly religious of the largest capacity, the Rocke-{j .
moving. Heretofore on Saturdays 1(1: partment of agriculture, in harmony -
lines. feller's being the largest. j! BEERS, CIGARS, ETC. WE ALLOW
it has been almost impossiblefor with and assisted by the tobacco .
The eminent divine said that the Xo one man of our country worthyof I NO MISREPRESENTATION OF
any but the able-bodied to maker i growers of the state, that the supply *
text was peculiarly fitted to the time so much credit, which eventually j
their way through the congested mass of choice cigar tobacco of thecountry j GOODS
I in which it was written and reached will be better known, has received so i
will be produced in Florida; i
of who throng the west side
Bonn to our times but was more much unmerited misrepresentation.His .
that it will rival the famous Cuban ap-
of this street all day. The may I '
or's fiat has gone forth, and no more cigar tobacco in quality is now fully plicable in the recent past than at the method of securing the principal : :

will our main thoroughfare be given j established; the quantity will be lim- present moment for happily denomi- small refineries was businesslike: and : i

over to Leon county's colored population !jiied to only the number: of properly national lines are fast disappearing. most honorable. He paid the prices I

'n the nora recent past he said theo- asked: and in many cases much more .
;trained men to produce it.
i I
one day seven.
t 1! logians and sectarian prEachers occu- than the property was worth. No unfair -

Another action of the new mayor i * pied very narrow beds and very scant means or competition were used. i!I cala Wino
that meets with the Unqualified ii I Jlnose
approval i The week at the state house hasbeen I
coverings and refined to believe that I This fact enabled a natural monopoly ]
of Tallahasseeans is his order unusually lacking in interest. I
.their denominational brethren occu- of the oil-refining business, it is true, ;i
that In future the liverymen of Tallahassee The pre-legislative calm has settled
pied any bed at all and were beyondthe but of which the world has since shared :
will not bo permited to block :over the capital city. The supreme H.
pale of religious brotherhood. The the benefit that small refineries I J. PRECHT Prop.
the streets in front of their places of :court handed down several opinions i i
Methodist and, other denominations could not have given. i
business with vehicles as has been land heard arguments in several cases ';

their custom. Mr. .Mclntosh's ruling ,''of local interest. believed, for instance, that the Baptist The market price for years was kept 444644............4.64...............+4.N....... N
i occupied a bed latogether too narrow under five cents per gallon at whole-
that streets and sidewalks are for the
Among the prominent callers at the and one sleeping on it was liable sale price and at no time has an extortionate "'
mb1ic and not for vehicles and if en-
\ 'forced will add more to the comfort and (I state house during the week have been to be drowned. That the Presbyterians price been asked. Only one 'i 4++*.............NN..+.4.....NN..N.....i1.
Ilion.I R. A. Burford, of Ocala, attor slept on a bed not only too narrow having practical knowledge is enabled .

convenience of the citizens than any n for the much-mandamused At- but too hard and that the Episco- to say that small refineries could not i t0 .T
other thing could and he deserves the Mantic II : H i : NEW STOKE i
entire for Coast Line railway company, pelians and Catholics slept on beds f manufacture oil at he price furnishediby : :
thanks of the community
I Hon. Wade Hampton, of Gainesville, I too rich and ornate in their furnish- I the company giving the vast public ,

his action in these matters. Local !; Hon. Augustus H. King of Jacksonville ings and others thought that the Methodist 1 i the benefit of the reduction. This M. FISHEL

'"blind tigers" will also engage the | former governor- W. S. Jennings, bed was too hot and primitivefor fact for forty years has been a saving i ito (j H !:1
he has offered
atentlon of the ;
mayor I the much discussed counsel for the
1' their contemporaries. the world of many, many millions, ,;

a reward of twenty-five dollars for I trustees of the "Two-Eyed" fund Patrick Happily, said Atkisson, religious while opportunity was in the grasp of ,; U

each arrest with sufficient evidence ] Murphey, who evidently is here beds ate gradually growing wider and I the company for extortion had it : NEW STORE

to convict. :trying to "smell out something" that .
longer and the coverings more elastic. I wished. i iI ii!

ssa I jmay I or may not exist Hon. Walter Denominations" do not now as they j What is now known as the Standard : 4 M. FISHEL I

Leon and Jefferson counties are becoming i'M. Davis, son of "our Bob," John T. once did, so quickly consign a man to i Oil Company is merged into end- : :. _

infested with the tobacco fever Lewis, the newly appointed supervisorof eternal torment u.ik-ss: be believed as less branches of business outside of I I .. .. ;

that has made Gadsden countyone state convicts and Hon. H. L. Anderson they thought he ought to believe.Mr. :the oil business and controlled by {i .

of the most prosperous in the I of Ocala, who represents the : AtKisson said the world is made ;.what might be called "wise heads," I : : NEW STORE .i

state. Mr. Julius Hirschberg and his ':various boards of trade in the man- up of many millions of human beings !no one man having control or management :I % T .

partner, Mr. Rosenberg who operate I! damns proceedings against the Atlantic 2nc'' as each iran and woman i? created I for a number of years. He i i iI

the big El Pnnedo Cigar Factory in I': Coast Line. Mr. Anderson has with different physical featuresso I is only one of many, only a stock-: H M.: FISHEL : i

Tallahassee, have been planting tobacco also been employed by Richard S. as each man and woman is created -..holder and is not to be made person- *

in Leon county, for several years. ;, Hall and Charles V. Miller, the Ocala with different minds and no man's [ally responsible for a corporation of. + +
'> T heir Jackson plantation, about ten I turpentine: operators accused of high conception of these things are identically -;!such magnitude. What progress NEWSTORE

/TmiVof west of Tallahassee, is in point i crimes and misdemeanors by Mr. alike any more than they are i would this country have made but for i tI t : :

equipment and management, one [Richard Barry in his peonage article I alike in other things. He said that I the enterprise of the men that the : : M.I FISHEL I I :

"I of the model tobacco farms. Last year :'in the February Cosmopolitan, to we all have different conceptions of I country many of its people are will ,

they had nearly fifty acres of shade :I bring suit against that magazine for the great and marvellous mysteries ;;ing to frown upon? Much might be !

tobacco. '$100,000 each. I had the pleasure of of creation and different members of j said of a few men of our country ,

Following their lead last year a meeting Mr. Barry last fall while he I the same church may have different ;whose enterprise would be missed Ii NEW STORE

number of Tallahassee men began was here gathering material for his ideas and different conceptions of !had they never been born.-P. H.i i .

planting tobacco in Leon County; (!story. He was verymeek and mild I some of the phases of the creed of i(Thompson in New York World. i I : i M. FISHEL. |ii

among them Senator J.V.. Henderson !in appearance, which confirms my I I his own church andE't be a strong{

W. Saxon president cherished belief that you cannot trust 1. t
Mr. George believer and a good churchman and Fine Brood Mares. is
of the Capital City bank, Mr. Julius that variety of the genus homo. hat holding to different ideas in former 4o.....T.T.Y.TY"'Y"'y''y.-.............A.A.AA......AA.AAAA.A.A.A..AA.A................................ ,* ....&.&.&.&.&N

Ball, of the Bloxham hotel and a ., I times male: skeptics where there I We have just gotten m a car loadi -- ---- -- -- -

number of others not so well known. j i in Church.A should haw been n&n-. i of the finest brood mares ever brought
are being made for a Courtship to the state and to see them is to admire '1.....N....NN.........N........NNN.........N'
Arrangements r The preacher said that whatever a ;
them. We will sell them at1
much larger acreage this season. Mr. man's notions were of the divinity of j i very reasonable prices. Come and and THEN
young gentleman, happening to CROPS IDEAL
George T. McNess, tobacco inspector I Christ and the insmration of the" scriptures i look them over at FERTILIZE R
of sit in church in a pew adjoining one j MARION FARMS STABLES,
: from the United States department all men recognized wrong from
Rowe in which was a young lady for whomhe i x x Ocala Fla. : OUR BOOKS WILL TELL YOU
W. ,
agriculture, and Mr. right and that there was a path if followed I
conceived sudden and violent I
VjftUnited. States tobacco expert are here a that would lead to virtue and :"FLORIDA VEGETABLES"-A IRIS
Tallahassee com POTATOES"-Dook
is afflicted with blind oaf
ass'on;: was desirious of entering intoa (
;( now to give instructions and to ar- morality and another path, which it | plete manual on Florida
of ( courtship on the spot; but the place {tigers. It was the same with Montiij i iI crops. "Soil. Seed Planting and Culttf

range for government supervision 'not suiting a formal declaration, the followed would lead to vice and de- I j cello and other newly"dried" towns i i ((on, Effect of Fertilizers Digging
this year's crop. struction. That at one time the great !' :"FLORIDA "
(exigency of the case suggested the The whiskey men died hard. Prod ii | ORANGES"-Book of and Shipping.

Captain Rose, state chemist, in his i following plan: He politely handedhis I Horace Bushnell led himself to believe i(the officers, back them up, and the' :I special interest to orange grow- "PINEAPPLE FERTILIZING"\ I
report for this year takes, a roseate that the creation was the result ers.
blind special interest
fair neighbor a bible (open) with I tiger the disreputable and illegitimate to pineapple
riew of the tobacco industry, not for : of force and not of a personal God and
'a progeny of the saloon will growers.
pin stuck In the following text:
this section alone, but for all Florida. r if there were no personal God prayers disappear.Monticello News : "FLORIDA STRAWBERRIES"'IDEAL FERTILIZERS"DookBooklet
Second Epistle of John, verse fifth-
He says: "The rapid development of "And now I beseech: thee. lady, not as I were unnecessary but he said to him- o& "Soil. Varieties, Cul all of our different brands, analyses '.
the tobacco industry of the state in self there is a virtue and ability and "
tivatlou and Fertilization.
though I wrote a new commandment I H. THALGOTT prices, etc.
the counties of Gadsden. Leon and !100nil gc-ntleness over asdnstice.. i ,
I unto thee but that which we had Proprietor of the 4 New and revised edition i of the above
Pasco has become generally known 'impurity' and immorality and he led just published, free for asking.WILSON .
from the beginning, that we love one : i
very recently. Few of our own people I himself along virtue's paths and; gradually DUNNELLON BAKERY

were aware of the large investmentsand I another." Sire returned it. pointing I the divine light penetrated to i I Is now prepared to ship Bread, Cakes, & TOOMER FERILTIZER I I COMPANY
extensive businss of growingthe to the second chapter of Ruth versetenth :: his soul and became larger and brighter : Pies, Etc., on short notice, and guarantees -
tobacco, both -"Then she fell on her face and i satisfaction in all cases. : JACKSONVILLE, FLA. t
finer grades of cigar as he worshipped at the shrine of

wrappers and fillers in Florida. bowed herself to the ground, and said !i the nobler conceptions and it was not I I Give him a trial.Branch's. :......................... ..........................t
m to him, 'Why have I found grace in I
For years the business has been i long b'forethe truth of religion en
thine that thou shouldst
eyes take I Genuine
the principal one of Gadsden county, shrouded him entirely.Mr. .

where some four thousand acres of I knowledge of me, seeing that I'I Atkisson in his theological deductions !iRattiesaake Watermelon Seed
am a stranger?" He returned the book I I McIVER S MACK0Y
.. ) shedded Sumatra leaf are grown, and occupies a very wide bed :
. pointing to the thirteenth verse of the Only Pure Strain in United States.
also a large acreage of Havana seed 1 and is tolerant of the theological notions
I Third Epistle of John-"Having many j Carefully selected: kept pure forty
leaf in the open air. of all other denominations, is FURNITURE: DEALERSWE
- grown No other
f /things to write unto you, I would i i'years. variety grown on
IJ The quality of this tobacco both tolerant and compassionate of those plantation of 1,500 acres. Pure seed
not write with and ink .but I
filler and wrapper, is equal to the bestlmportt'lt paper !outside the pale of the church and I impossible where different kindsare
trust to come unto you, and speak grown: Ioz.l5c.: :2oz. 25c.: 4 oz. CARRY EVERYTHING IN THE LINE OF
calculated do immense
and commands as high a price his sermons are to
face to face", that our joy may be full." i 40c; 1-2 lb GOc.; lib $1; 5R $t50: lOIb
\ as the best Cuban tobacco. From the above interview a marriage I good among those where goodis 850. delivered. House Furnishings Parlor Suits

. t There are five millions of dollars i mostly needed and he is doing ?n Remit registered letter or money or
took;: place the ensuing week.-St. I i Rugs, Art Squares and Mattings. In Leather, Upholstered and ReelS
invested :.i tobacco growing in the excellent work in Ocala and is becoming der. Send for seed annual.

counties of Gadsden. Leon and Pasco. Augustine Record.- .. i iI I I more and more popular and hisconrc.uions !i ders.Manual on melon culture oa all or Bed Room Suits Dining Room Suits

has : are growing larger.
Probably no agricultural pursuit In Mahogony, Birch, Birdseye of all kinds-Mohogany and Oak.
Sunny Slope. California, enjoys the
paid larger dividends on the amountof I II I His sermons always give food for I M. I. BRANCH, ..
distinction of being the largest vineyard I Maple and Oak.
labor invested intellectual thought and meditation. China and
and Crockery
capital !!
Columbia Co. Bsrzelia Ga.
in the" world. It is situated amidst i iI ,
the cigar I{I Mission FurnitureIn
than has the
Complete line-Dinner Sets and
the most beautiful of that far
The business scenery -: Mr. Maurice Riche, of Havana Cuba
Industry of Florida. I
tobacco ored land. two miles from San Gariel. : SCC'N all the different finishes Odd Pieces
ILGfl ITiOT r4 D
Is rapidly expanding. While at ] has been in Ocala for the past sev-
," Of a total of 1.900 acres 725 !:' ...
{eral the Ocala House. ;. >
confined to a few localities days, a guest at # ;
f) there is no reason climatic or otherwise ere devoted TO grape vines the re-i i i Mr. Riche" formerly resided here and ': :- All Kinds of Bed and Table Linens, Lace Curtains, Portiers
i cinder being distributed a Wa.1f
among 01'-1 has friends in this section He
why the same success should not many I and Upholstering Goods

be bad in every county of the state. was on his wayto his birthplace. Paris Jli'D ,
1 Death of a Prominent Citizen. ,i visit his father.Ir.. ,, 7t4Y9tCw 'kM" ?' S c0 Heaters Ranges Cook StovesFull
There are equally well adapted soils France, to CURE' '* ,

all the counties of the state, where I I I Riche's Ocala friends will be sorry to SAlT-SICK :i fI"/I'1; \!' 1 of Pictures framed and unframed and Picture
in Mr. Worth Stephens, the most prominent i ,runt 1Tbr ..... C\iT, 4iDapENBttC51 R Line bp-to-date
and intelligent culture i learn that his wife died at their homein _
the same careful merchant of Live Mouldings.. Full stock of
Oak died sud- cf MANY nsi TO ee T"!Msr c!s and fertilization will produce tobacco Havana several weeks ago. Mrs. MARKET MS DISEASE I*STOCK Of Ai.1 -!tOSTllCN
denlyon the night of the 2Sth of February RtstSAipc tNir'LATl IIA>I CST .IAI":1' << I
of equal value. The advance in i, after an hours illness with :Riche was before her marriage, Miss M ANY IS HOT A l FOOD WT'ijeay: AsTDCt M> Farm and Turpentine Wagons, Buggies, Harness and Saddles
CWt tM IT A TSlAl obi Sue YOW 1H MA3.rRtcc .
knowledge of the selection"Vof Marie Johanet and at one time made
scientific J acute indigestion. It was the last 23 CENTS t
Exclusive sale of the best earth the Studebaker.And .
her home in Ocala. : wagon on
methods of cultureand toastEBvA.tRETA1DAvGt5'S tiAT9FA.IttzD; !8V
It't'd-correct i day of the hunting season and Mr. carry the very best line of High Grade Buggies and i'arriage:
fertilization-has been great during Stephens took advantage of it and Struck Otl. I ACKERMAH&:Smam.1

the past few years. The demandfor was out hunting all day and yas in One day last week, while backing. Mick Lim Cement, Plaster,

competent trained men for all agricultural unusually good health.It some cars on a sidetrack near the coal .I B UI lId9 Hair Lath, Shm lt"s. POlents OrjdMaterial I]

pursuits, and particularly was largely through the instrumentality
chute, one of the cars jumped the Education l.iII

tobacco. and business sagacity of track and struck the oil tank containing :I hy l I Flintkole Roofing Oils I

Mr. Stephens that led to the revival of some 18,000 gallons. You can : SabaTtBgteMarfeSplBTneattoK ta !- |[ White Lead Varnishes, Etc.

\ ited. It is now recognized that more business that has made Live Oak one strike oil anywhere in that section I nuns JIugk rut g.oci7.zIttm.ind7btaitom., Aiiumwda Ateetont Gcoartry,. I I r rAe.mmatr Wall Paper. Alabastine and Magnite Wall Paints.
depends the prop r.,selection of of' the tiE.ooYeBaeau.tattoett+m'jbrsthr. ..
4 upon busiest points in Florida. The new. One old darker dug a hole and .. ltDrat.a. &IIW1oS.y.ti..lO alt and give us a trial. & ,W& will not be undersold and will please you
seed, methods of fertilizing and cutture. entire city is in mourning for him. yr of >aROi.Ac hiO 9e I ftyre.
r saved twenty gallons of oil ia a little .L Xr ,1 1.Hfri>EBI'a1: firm,n I
t to grow a desirable cigar tobac- him
while.--Sacford: Caroaiclrs. elver & Mackay. _

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I 3.1 WALLISFar -
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COMMENTS OF THE S7VTE PRESS ON THE GUBERNATORIAL Si ; The New York Tribune is now occupying --

RACE AND ETC_EnA. *!! ; a new home. The Tribune Sale! -A good paying fresh meat fall tock is arriving daily and

iI1 Chas: improved very materially, archiitecturally. and grocery blusiness, in a growing It's a little early, bat our ask
1r1 W : :< i.\ i. ';;''!. ':r'.ri\\: i town on the west coast, with-good all we ask i is a chiace, to save you 1llsn y. All we is a

Col. T. A. Jennings. :;Record and later samevas accepted. i iI I j .* ,* railroad For further and information water communication.apply at this few minutes of your valuable time to -show you throughour

Cot T. A. Jennings: of Pensacola: i I *,* !i The people of New Jersey have dis- office. -1t stock. r

made a business trip to his o"J: '-!oiLe : At this distance Hon. C. A. Finloy, ;covered that they, too, have

in this county this week and met with >lof Late City, seems to be a winner !strength of Gibralter when they really Wanted-Position as woodsridfr; Few Leaders ..
< has experience and can furnish some A '
cordial greetings from his many !for of the to exercise it.
secretary state senate. Mr. I labor. Address Woodman, Ocala, Ban
friends. Col. Jennings is favorably ;Finley is an experience.! man in leg- Ij j 'ssssIf ner. 3-l-2t:

; spoken of as a candidate for go'er- jslativo proceedings and will make a reorganization of the canal commission Ron 8ED3 FH01 S2.5-3- UP aHllM5.5ll.BBPCHINA ) ;

Should he enter the he happened to he dirt throwing :
race -
;valuable man in the place to which
would be a strong contestant for that the will be elected.Madison Record- vessels would now be sailing BULLS FOR SALE. OL'JSETS' S15# .00 M; 8?

position by reason of his intellectual fer. through the canal.

qualifications, business capacity, large 1> ,* * as home Grade raised and and pure ready bred for shorthorns service.S. oca U* [.u WITHE I T CWPJII.H ,

acquaintance and the fact that he isi i That Japanese war scare was evidently H. GAITSfclLL, I
If left to the of
T Y [ newspapers meant as for the 3-l-4t McIntosh Fla. .
not affiliated with either of the warring : power ma- ,
i I Florida, Gene Mathews would chine that is [ E. C. SMITH: -- C. V. R09EH'-:,,
factions of the democratic party I j expected to grind out
I have no opposition for speaker of naval I J
of the ..tate.-J..sper News. j' big appropriations.
:|I the house of representatives.Measured '* ..,.. ._____._,....... .._....,.....---r.------------

What Frank Walpole Says About it. i|i, by the circumference I Alfred Austin has written an o'i.! : ;Jerry Burnett.I I- E. LANG.
W. A. and the height and depth, Gene, I ion the Jamaica
The law prohibiting the earthquake Fur n:; I I
appointin i I
the fullness of the term, is a
a went of J. W. Nettles, jr., to the ofI I man.ocala Banner. dhow I they will rub it in on a victim I erch tTailoring.
when he is down.
lice of treasurer, Governor ANNOUNCEMENT.
i I also begins to look, measured by I asa, '
Broward appointed Frank A. Walpole, fthe circumference and l
editor of the Record, who wired his ac- |land I' Those coalless people iu the north .
ceptance to the governor Thursday of depth-of tho opposition, that west should take courage. Spring We have just purchased the \\ a gon and Harness busiae of Messrs.

last week. there will be little to count against will soon be here. The base ball S. A. Standley & Company, and propose to add to the stock of goods everything .,.

ihim in the legislative caucus.-Palat- schedules are being framed. that is needful to isako i: aCOMPLETE LINE in every sense of
The editor of the Record and also
'; ;1m News.I the word. We are agents for several of the best Farm Wagons on the mar.
Hon. Chas. T. Curry, chairman of the Ocala, Florida.
j r co I One hundred street cars were burned ket; also several makes of Buggies. Besides these we handle a great variety
; democratic executive committee, endorsed I in Finest Imported of vehicles either of which we stand ready to fully guarantee.
; Chicago last week. All and.
f' Mr. Nettles and he would lave: j May Enable Him to Make the Landing. Chicago

;i' f f' received the appointment had it not ; From newspaper reports the Way- I turned out to see a warm street car Domestic Cloths. High Grade Buggies, Serviceable Carriages,

r been for his disqualification by vir- '!across candidate for governor contin- I in February. Cutting a Special Unexcelled Wagons Harness
'* ,
:, :t: tue of his being registration officer of :ues to be successful in business deals Firs Guaranteed
; l' 1 Perhaps Jhe railway managers Lap Robes, Etc., Etc.
Manatee county. The appointment |whether he < ;. 'nnds in the execuwas -
.<' then tendered to the editor of tulive chair nc'Madison Recorder. could find a way to get trains over

k ;|their roads if they spent less time Turpentine agons a Specialty.

E' "' < i|trying to float improvement bonds.

r i TWO WOMEN AND A HORSE.: ; TOM \VA _:;:< TO FARMERS. j i I II i * We arc Always in Position to Meet the Prices of Legitimate: Competition. f-

t I i Ii I I The newspapers have been feIHngcongressmE'n We are Sole Agents for the celebrated White Hsckorv Turpentine ;
Dear Trotwood: Knowing >.Ji:: In an addr.:;;s recently delivered how to make laws and .

f. : fondness for satirizing ,,women v.J-o before the Farmers": Union in Atlanta, j now congress is going to tell news- .II and Farm Wagon..

drive horses, I am sending you this 'by: the distinguished Tom Watson, af-11 j papers how to run newspapers., u r fD I fr >".l.
little true bill. ter dwelling! ; upon the evils of a high * i! i .
i,I rn il;. 1 '
I was riding along the other week tariff and the' \\antug given the af- / A Virginia mother handed her baby lF 3 Knight & Lang

!' near a small city when a hard shower :i:!flt ta.1 r the antics .! banking sys1 f 1 1 to a btar thinking it.was. her hus \\\'Hr\ : I. :' ; ;

f. |- came up suddenly. Just before me J If ,'..:ni. T rr "A'ats-jn '!v.e'upon the im- ;jlportar.ce band. Plenty of women will insist ,.,i'l! l 1// .. Successors Standlev and Co.)

noticed two ladies driving a very spirited o* utitj i 01 action in build- ,j'In that' it was a very natural mistake. I ,: I :. "n's ALL lif'l

horse to a buggy. They were: i ? rp: the farm and home, and then } h. SH 1EDS" .. -- -- -

'. t'evidently just from the town. Instead gutc::ted the method as follows: j A Birthday Party.

i -. of putting up the buggy top or I "The farmers must have a class or SHREDDED WHEAT READY LANDS

drawing out the rain cloth when the! !'ganization. That is, every man whose i J Little Miss Catherine Todd celebrated -
t. shower came up, they each gave a interests unite him to the .agricultural! '' her fourth birthday yesterday If you have lands you wish to Fell, lease or rent,

f. little feminine shriek and both grabbed interests ought to belong to a farm- and in honor of the same she invited I GOOD FOR BREAKFAST OR ANY or if you want to buy lands for farming> graiiiig,

at once an umbrella, paying no I ers' union, and no other man ought to !'some; of her little friends to help her MEAL turpentining or lumber purposes,

.1' :. attention whatever to the lines, and be able to get in there for loor ::enjoy it.

: bent way over holding it over the rear money. i I For several hours games of all kinds OUR STOCK IS AYWAYS FRESH. Write to

r end of the horse, the rain pouring "You must broaden your markets: i were played.

,: down on them all the time. I follow All this talk about reducing the out- \' Little Miss Todd was assisted in BLOUNT REAL ESTATE CO.

f ed them, looking on in amazement put is nonsense; make just as much showing, her guest a good time by her K.

there they were bending over the cotton as :you can, then determine to. mother and sister and Mrs. Townley u.Grocery. I II OCALA FLORIDA. "'

F' dashboard catching a hard rain on get a good price for it, and don't turn Porter. I

.. their graceful backs and well-fitting I it loose until you do. 1: Ice cream and cake was served. -

new gowns, and holding an umbrella Did you ever stop to think that if Miss Todd received many pretTy

"' half way over the southern half of every man, woman and child in America : ..ale gifts from her friends. I' .

t a horse who was going along wenS I: bought only ten dollars' worthof ;i ,

enough and perfectly indifferent to cotton goods-and they need that: i' SENATOR BAILEY'S ESCAPE.

|; the weather. For a mile they drove I much-that amount calls for 16.000 CLARK BROS Props. I

| thus, and I followed, wondering. Fiji bales of cotton right here at home to I.
1 The verdict of the Texas legislature
ji;: nally, as I rode up to them, my curiosity say nothing of the need of Continental
t ,clears Senator Bailey of all chargesagainst PHONE 174.
I was so great that I asked: Europe, of South America and of '
him, but still leaves him with
& "Ladies, pardon me, but will you the :;:;0,000,000 people in China, Japanand qs
a damaged reputation. It will bei
I: tell me why you were holding that I the islands of the ocean. :
.many years before he lives down the
umbrella horse and ""'hat else ought do to be IT WILL
over your not protesting -j I you saved ,
:|Standard Oil scandal, and his political
f' yourselves?" i ? Fight special privileges. Farm :' 1( rtdJ # .
enemies may be counted upon to refresh A\\\ )
"Why-yes," one of them faltered,lers have never asked any special fav PAY YOU !
the public memory. It is reasonably __J \
"we are scared nearly to death. You ors. Make the others get on the same '
certain, however that he has
see, it is a hired horse, and we don'tt line.
j his lesson and will be more prudentjin If you have on hand to sell, cr if yo' TJ
know much about him, and when we "How will you fight? By electingmen If
| the future in avoiding even the
f- hired him the liveryman told us to be who agree with your views. Do I are thinking of coming to Florida

;;.. very careful not to let him get the you expect the door to be opened to I i of corruption to
I The Teas senate Monday by a vote make it your home or ip
f rain under his tail or he would kick you unless you knock? Do you suppose! I
I +of 15: to 11 declared Senator Bailey if
ri to investn
us out and run away-C. R. in Tay- those protected industries got whatther you
i innocent, without waiting to hear the E
i. lor-Trotwood. did without organized effort? I ; any kind of Florida ,
report of the investigating conimit-
"You must study this labor gees
i,tee. It was. an extraordinary pro- property
f' A True Heroine. tion. There are some poeple who
'Immigration 'jcedure to adopt and one likely to pro- SE! OR WRITE
,say 'immigration: 'im- TO
", There are heroes and heroines in : I I juuce a bad effect on the popular mind I
j migration tell you go slow on thatmatter
f1 all walks of life and in all times and 'The house::; considered three reports

in all countries. The recent burn- unload Don't upon let you the shiploads steam companies of pau- jone by the majority of the committee'dh J. (it IIYINOSTON & SONS H HI FOUR SAILINGS

ing of a school Montreal, Canada, jperism, vice and rascaldism of Eu-.1'( ; 1issing the charges one by one, a EACH WEEK

was an example of this fact and :second mildly censuring Senator
I jrope. Systematize your immigrations ; deal Estate Dealers
for certain indiscreet transactions *
': brought one of these true heroineto be methodical about it. .!Bailey

the notice of the world. Speaking I "Study all economic questions. Find and a third finding, !him i guilty I Ocala Fl._'- +. 1 and New

of this young woman the Miami News ,out what is the matter; reach convictions !of a few minor charges.: The house -- York.Calling .
says: i examined him by a vote of 70 to 41.
that satisfy your own mind
A heroine whose name deserves to :It was not so favorable a vote an
and then vote those convictions regardless Te eeciham at Charlekton, 8. C., both ways
be perpetuated wasliss Maxwell, of party names." ,innocent nan in Senator Bailey's fix :HS rnrssr srsmmrs: nr THE SSASTTOI Sta'llt.
principal of the school in' Montreal 'could desire, but it leaves him free to (

that was burned the other day: withso The ':return to Washington for another .
president's message on the con- CLYDE
L heavy a death list. Miss Maxwell i i struction of the Panama Canal, hand- !'term. T he) Plumber ENGLAND AND SOUTHERN I NES

had an opportunity to escape I jsomely illustrated in half-tones showing i One thing should be said in Senator FREIGHT: SKRVICR BKTWKKN 'Ifr

| but knowing that some of her little I Bailey's behalf. The attacks on i Jacksonville Boston
the ;
big dredges at work the styleof and Providence
It -charges were still in the burning buildings the bachelor and marrier '!'lira were obviously prompted by personal 00(1!)( Gas fitter, and all Eastern Points.

l I building she refused to leave the I. and political malice as to discredit Calling
men s quarters, the negro quarters Both Way.
p building until they had been looked and U'sir authors. On the other !
everything pertaining to the construction SIll 11.1:11I.F
| out for. Eluding the firemen, she returned hand, S*. ator Bailey's bearing beforeand ftj S.\ IIIXS.
of -
the canal, was favorably I, HAS OPENED "? NY.: Southbound. . . . . .
to search for and rescue the during: the investigation reflectedno I From LeWI,'
'j K commented upon by congressmen and Northbound . . .. .From Witiarf, BMMfa.
children. She was not aliveIs honor him.-World. foot Cath.riM .
j seen the upon & JH-k..Jt
pres sof the country and elicited I SHOP ON THE CORNER OF ,
i again. When her body was found, '
t general interest. This ought to serve Clyde St. Johns River
there was a child beside it, dead. The The man who made the first razor SPENCER i Line.
i; as a cue to governor Broward. He has WITH A
heroic teacher and the child had beensuffocated :in the United States is dead and it i is ,;
two dredges at work in the drainingof | Between Jacksonville)
; while trying to fight their the Everglades and the 'i said ten millions negroes are going to FULL; LINE OF SANITARY SAND and Sanford
as Everglades
,' 3 *
\. way to the open air. The teacher's itself is exciting very general chip in and erect a monument to his ::; -fc at Paalta, At::, tned:1 ( TtLs: ..:! Iltttsdu\I>

z splendid courage and high conceptionof interest not only in Florida buo tmemory. I MODERN PLUMBING/ Lanai ca :t. 1cl:1 S 70r.outhBcund .

duty should ever be an example t ,, --
throughout the
country, photographsof '
those having children in charge. it and trees and plants and foliage[ The authorities of the American GOOCS. WHEN IN NFED OF Read down. SCHEDULE-- tf.ri.* .8W*d

\ !|University at Washington proposes a RNd
.. .
generally, would make .
unique subject I FIRST
Stoval 's Gunning Trip. matter for a special message or it :memorial building for the late Bishop CLASS SANITARY J Leave 3 It p. HI. .. . .JiftI08Y1Be .. . ........ r ftL a

could be .. .LrN
embodied in his PLUMBING .
general message i .ALL ON HIM N .
"Wastn't it Forney that wrote: "My to the legislature. The i:university and who had great plans Leave 348 a.a. .. .. .. .. Altor . . .. .itMte
>M .
governor ..
two ?" "Now ':'in formation for its . .. .. .. .ltenekr4 ,
papers-both daily look and many of the editors of the upbuilding. "'- ... ao- tti Dtlallllt .. .. .. I4aw i N .
Y .Arrive 8 .1 a. >m. .. .. .. .. a
what we went and done, said Eu d. state will leave Jacksonville tomorrow : i Sefatreti .. .. .. ..... t. L ..
\rrivelOWa. at .. .. ., .. .
Wallace Sovall went gunning for that .]iNetpiw
for i E. C. Smith. ..
Fort Lauderdale to see the dredges C. V. Robf.r. r .. ,11w><. ".La.
overplus of Tampa took in the
at work and the amount of work that .

3 Herald, Globe, News and Poverty has been done towards the completionof Funeral! Directors and Licensed Embalmers = Passenger and Ticket Offce, 1.-W. Bty It., ....k+.Rti t. F. k4
\ Row, and placed them under his fatherly this ---- -- -- -- .
care and protection. They'll dwell 0 great enterprise. j We are equipped to do the very best work and use ; -- -- -- ---- -. -- ._ ''I

now The great editor of the The Jetton-Dekle lumber mill at i only the latest and best methods. A 0..' C. HAGERTY G. E. P. A. F. M. IRONMOHGER, fr. A. G1 P. A.

Tampa Tribune is a splendid newspaper Tampa vas burned to the ground Saturday H. TAYLOR Pus Traffic Mgr C. C. BROWN. GeftN.
Orders p..
i I Telegraph Deceive{ Immediate ... At4.
. agriculturist. Whatever he touches night. This was one of the large Office 290 Broadway, New Y.k.

in the way of newspaper property mills of the state and throws about OCALA Pier 36 N. R.. New York. Jacks-onyill. Fie.

thrives. He plows the field by advertising 75 men out of employment. The loss: FURNITURE.. CO.ani L.. D. JONES T. F. A. L a. SCROBLE, Co A. -

waters his stock legitimately reaches nearly $70,000 with an insurance i and- undertaking parlors ( OCkJ..j JacksonYllle, Fla. Lettburp Fla IC
corn North
Main Street and W r. G.
N and at correct times, and then the of $30,000. The mill will be immediately I i ja Avenue. COOPER Jr.. F. A. CLYDE MILNE Go F. As 1: "

\ harvestis sure.-Lake City Index. : rebuilt. Day Phone *. 10. Jacksonyllle, Fla Pier 35 N. R"
I I I Night rv ne 94 and 191. J C. P. LOVELU York
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_' 4 fil'l]___ __ 1 room or cell in full view of the hall ,
Tobacco is Made ENTIRELY from Flue
Schnapps Cured
Written [but removed from the approach of !I 1
THE TREATMENT prisoners. The hall is lighted to give :
for the him a full view of the inmafes. In j Tobacco Grown in the Piedmont Country.

OF PRISONERS Ocala large camps an unarmed floorwalkeris !
Banner I locked in with the prisoners. I' The Imitation Brands Have Schnapps

B I Supervisors.

Mr lcLin, in His, Forthcoming Report I Miss y Recognizing the importance of having i, Quality Only On the OutsideOf

a most thorough inspection of the
Discusses the Subject Humanely Jefferson
t prison camps, the board of commissioners the Plug
and Bell.
JusJly. of state institutions recom
-m.1 mended the appointment of three su-i I I

-i I I jpervisors of state prisoners. The increase i Hundreds of imitation brands are claimed to be "just as good" as

Special to the Ocala Banner: ; as he had to a great extent, charge of | in the number of prisoners ;I on sale that look like Schnapps toSchllapp5, but there is only one gen
from each other
and their
Tallahassee, Feb. 24.-Well worth the last lease with the Florida Naval ,
Stores '|and from public thoroughfares render I bacco. The outside of the imitation uine Schnapps. Be sure the letters
perusal is the section of the report of ; Commission company, anrt
the commissioner of agriculture devoted could enter at once into the work ed it impossible for one supervisor to' plugs of tobacco is flue cured the same on the tag and stamped on the plugas
to the care and treatment "of understanding of what was required visit the camps as often as the condi- under the S-C-H-N-A-P-P-S
Schnapps but the inside is filled tag spell
lions demanded. The last legislature
the state com'icts.Out of the fullness by the state of the sub-lessees to give j I
/u the heart, the mouth speaketh.:' II the prisoners such comforts and treat ,j',authorized the governor to appoint | with cheap, flimsy, heavily sweetened ?nd then you have It-the most

.J:;0 one well acquainted with'1 r.lc.- :' ment as would avoid trouble for those !two additional supervisors. There are air cured tobacco. One chew of \vhoiesonie tobacco produced, with
that he thc :, working the convicts."A (now three supervisors N. A. Butch, !i
IAn can doubt gives to
lince elected to the railroad commission Schnapps will satisfy tobacco hunger just enough sweetening to preserve
problem of the betterment of coaditloDS i-1 I new management. I care not
relating to the state convicts,, i i| what the qualification may be, is hard I whose place has been filled by j'! longer than two chews of such to ths miid, juicy stimulating quality of
: Mr. J. T. Lewis, C. D. Clarke and G. '
the best efforts of his mind. In his |on the prisoner, hard on the management t! \V. Lanier. They are paid each $1?-OJ. |I' bacco. The color size and shape the leaf tobacco. Expert tests prove :
report now being published he discuss and the state authorities. It ; a. :
r [ I per month and actual traveling ex1jpenses. : of the tags plugs'and packages of that this flue cured tobacco, grown
<-s at considerable length the details I takes time, patience anal careful study. ,
ot he management of the convicts ,The, more one studies the work andI I ', certain imitation brands of tobacco in the famous Piedmont region, requires -
and makes some valuable suggestionsthat I the trials connected with' Mr. McLin pays Senator Blitch the';
I i experiences I ] have been made so much like! ar.; takes less sweetening than
high compliment of saying "He was
should at least receive thoughtful ,,prison control, the more he realize>
I of the best equipped men for the |: that have often been other and has wholesome
consideration from the members of (that he has yet to learn. one Schnapps they any a ,

the legislature to whom the report j, "I believe the present lesses and place of :supervisor of any one I can i I accepted by buyers under the belici; stimulating, satisfying effect on
will be submitted by the governor. heir regrest \' tae ')u!.>-lessers, name. His fort was to instruct advise ,
Constant contact with crime, ;.juifer-I i bar been striving to do what is right suggest, yes, to educate sub-les-1: that they were getting Schnapps. chewcrs.

Ing or misfortune has a tendency to '!between the state, the lessees and the I secs as to their duties, and the pris-1'i Sufficient proof has; been scrum::d If the tobacco you are chewingto
dull the sensibilities and take off the 'prisoner?. oners as to their responsibilities.
establish the fact that certain don't satisfy you more than the mere
work conditions j
I His to
sharp edge of sympathy, but it has ; was improve
"As intimated in my :ast report, ,
never had the effect of making Mr. (I there ill creep in error, mistakes and and not simply be able to report to !I brands are infringements and in viohJbit of exp.:.iterating, stop fooling

McLin for one moment forget that j wrongs as long as human nature is the commissioner all the defects pos. : lation of the trade mark laws, yet the yourself and chew: Schnapps tobacco.
crime hardened sible.: He worked to aid me in giving -
the most convict
even Is a human being. He recognizes'|i the such protection as to demand of society a state and prison the for reformation ihe system a higher standing on'the ,i trade will continue to be !imposed Schnapps is like the tobacco chewers

the fact that the real purpose of our :'(I of the eviddisposed."I merits ot its advancement. Thesystem i I upon by these infringers until the suit fjrinerly bought costing from 750.

.). criminal and laws punishment and the is intent to minimize of prisons ,I find the management of the lease will will miss miss him him,and the the two personwho supervisors ., already entered and now pending to to ';' r.co per pound ; Schnapps is

crime and to make better citizens of-i!j I r Lions prompt to and sub-lesses positive, to in have their fully instruc-car may be appointed to take his j I protect Schnapps is d cid -d.\ si. :d! at 500. per pound, in 5c. cuts,

the criminal class. Tied' out the requirements of the place will have to do some hard work j great many of these imitations arc strictly loc. and 15C. plugs.
Necessity of Some Kind of uabor. !t and careful study to measure up to I II
state. They advise the supervisors I
Not because the labor of convicts !j''to I : let them know when a camp is not his standard. To make a good supervisor '
to the state a man must have good judg- COMPANY WINSTON-SALEM N. 0.zons
produce a large revenue up to the required standard and what R. J. REYNOLDS TOBACCO : .
bu because is better for them to be 'I have the memo be a good judge of human nature -
the defect is, whereupon they I
.4' employed, Mr. McLin emphasizes the'! be patieent, and above all -
:defect remedied at once. It is but I
necessity of constant employment for things, he must be discreet and absolutely generally stopped to consider fhe ''I basis upon which could be built up a the Cllltalde'orht..
I just to state that they have at all
the convicts. Quoting the old adage times sustained the orders of the : honest in his work. With theseualifications !II fact that we stand solitary and alone central prison, to stop the leasing of The prisoners labor U ueed by thismeans !

that "ildeness is the devil's work- 1 i state without a word of complaint, I j he must yet gain knowl- ; in leasing women black and white :female prisoners to be sent to the to furnish a fidd of labor for
bhop." Mr. McLin says: "I find thereIs I I jedge from experience." i,for monied consideration? This subject 'works where sale prisoners are employed the free man and the mean to pay
even to the extent of cancelling contracts
a great diversity of opinion in I' ; Some Defects to Remedy. j has given me much mental concern I[ and to discontinue the leasing I for his work. Hy honest, Intelligent ?
if it was deemed proper to do'so
Florida, as in all other states as to sfate I "\Vhen we find a diseased limb of a !| since I was first called to tbposition of all not capable of doing full manual and judicious management thin method .
; by the board ,
the best way we can provide labor for ;tThey take a sensible view of their relationship good tree we do not cut down the | that placed the prisoners un-'i'I: albor. will build more miles of tool roads,

our prisoners under our present labor to the work which is: that tree, but prune out the diseased j der my supervision. What to do and | This would remove the stigma that with less direct taxation than ran
conditions. Which field Is the best or their reputations are at stake as good i i branches. If the hand is badly dis-i!how to handle the female class. My; II:attaches to the !lease system, it would be built with the use of the prisoner
proper field for prisoners." eased and threatens the life of the i hands are tied. They are all forced 'then. in Mr. McUn's judgment be the labor direct on the roads"
i'business men and good citizens. I
"It is not my province to either advocate "I am sure that our state prisoners II individual we do not kill the patient ] upon me without and distinction being best to be found in our conditions.He i

or condemn our present lease are in the hands of as reliable! a class but remove the affected part and improve made either by statutory or contract I says "it is not a question of OCALA IN THE LONG AGO.

system. We have the law culling for :'of business men as we will find. That the condition of the patient. So : provision. To lease our women | ,costing money. It U a question of -

phe lease system up'on; our statuteJK being true, I must conclude that our i regard our present prison system !prisoners i indiscriminately to average j I.,good, decent go\eminent.'e cannot From Saturday's Daily.Dr. .
IanI I the board of county commUsioners prisoners are as well situated as its Iwith the lights thus thrown on theabject. i ii with all others is wrong. To lease this!I,conduct a government along the lines I Hush 0. Blair Mr*. Blair and

of st\: !tinstitllt iuns, :, practicable to have them while i j class for pay and then to demand of ;,of the civilization of the age without their daughter.! Mrs. C. I. Odum, of

through the commissioner of agriculture placed under the lease system." j "The law directs that all prisoners; me commissioner that he must see to [ txr.ense.Ve are fearfully behind the ntmturla.., and Dr. I>>alr's niece< ,

as its medium, are simply applying :Some of the Requirements Under the :I must be delivered to the commissioner. |it that their conduct is correct, that I'times excepting in making profits out MisH Elizabeth Thomas, are in Ocala
the law as handed us by the legislative Lease. i of agriculture at a point he may di' 'they do not labor except in proper or all our prisoners. In this alone we and are registered at the Monteiunu

branch of the government. "From time to time experience has !rect. The commissioner is required I Hi es for females, that they have such j are by far the leaders of all stat(. ." hotel.

I "I shall simply discuss' conditions shown us improvements that could be I|by law to take charge of them and to care and provision as in my judg- In his report Mr. McIJn calls attention March 1st 1M,o, Dr. Blair was roar 1

as they exist, suggest:: improvements made in the construction of stockades !I control, direct and police them whilein !jment ought to be given the female to the deplorable condition of vied to Miss Maggie Howard In the

of the system we are working under and their furnishings and equipment I, the custody of the state. Has the |class: is unreasonable, unjust, improper the county convicts throughout the Baptist church in this city Mis howard

and leave it to the law making body, to render them more sanitary !!fact e\'er dawned" upon our law-makers i, and bad morally. The one cannot I state for whom there is no general being a sister to the late Captain
the legislature, to suggest a better !and comfortable. Without any sudden :>:or the citizenship of our proud state, f How the other any more than water ; .-tem of control or inspection. Thereis James Hatton Howard and her father

system, if they can, to displace what revolution we have been able to materially I I that the state does not own an acre !sand oil will mix or water run up hill. i-o county prison system in Florida at that time was a large planter Ilr

we hate.Admitting. change and improve the conveniences I i of ground nor even a shed where the! "Have you slopped io consider that 1 1i worthy of the name. ing near Ocala the Marion Farms being
that 't i is best for prisoners of the camps and to add to''commissioner I : must carry out the provisions i IWP .,:;.nll alone among the states in Road Work for State Prisoners. I a part of thir plantation. ,

to be engaged in some kind of !;the comfort of inmates. At each stockade J of the statutes placed upon j Il leafing the aged, decrepit and young? ; Under the above head Mr. McLin I The Ocala House, then a wooden i

labor. I do not think anyone that has i igiven there is a well equipped kitchen ihim? Not many of our people areaware I i Do yon know that there is no provision 't gives ,a valuable and original suggestion :I hotel, occupied the same place that Udoe

the prison system sufficient'' which is required to be kept clean that Florida is the only state : of law for the care, maintainance i as follows: Qanll of all the people I Urine
study to IIP: capable of advancing a'' and sanitary. The dining rooms are Ii iu the union which has not made adequate ( aid Tovement of their condition? Assuming that we need good roads; i 11 I ere at that time none are living here

.ctical suggestion will think of advocating joined to but separate from the sleeping provision for carrying out the I i The only provision of law that renders which is safe ground to stand on, I''now I that Dr. Blair ran remember eir -

l a plan that would confine''! apartment with tables and seats I statuary requirements pertaining to :It possible to in any way amel- will next assume the public opinion | .)l. A. {.. Eichelberger. lie remembered

prisoners within high walls and i i for breakfast and supper, the noon I their prison system. It is not wise i I iior-.te the condition of the diseased, asks for the prisoners to furnish the with distinctness Gen. Robert '

brick barracks! in this extreme southern ; meal being eaten in the woods, as a J I to take immediate steps on this subject !>I' k. decrepit and otherwise perma'lently means to accomplish the end. I will Bullock Mr. James Harris. )Ir. J. U.

climate, to work." rule on account of the work being remote while our prisoners are bringing :' disabled is that which' profile discuss this plan rum' the money; lUrdon. Mr. t:, J. Harris Col. S, M.'I. .
New Lease Now in Force. from the barracks. Once a weekat j large sums of money by their labor, ? that the board of commissioners: point of view only. To take the prigoners '(';. Gary Col.! Roger, Capt Oliver

-"Since my last report upon the pris least all are required to take a as a result of the unusually prosperous !of state institutions under the consti- and place them directly on the' : How and Dr. J. S. l.ewlsbo U stilllying

on situation we have completed the bath all over. The sleeping halls are conditions in the lines of work !itik t ; >n. have supervision of all !state I roads would first: necessitate the levy I, at his farm near Flvnjipg'oq'and

lease with the Florida Naval Stores; now all equipped with separate bedsteads that the prison population can be en !institutions and the state prisoners lug: of a millage by the state to hop r'' is now in his eightieth year |

and Commi'sion' company, on Jan 1, with a spring of the United gaged. | and penitentiary come under this. At the amounts now used' for the hire of I] Dr. Illalr. although a man of sewntyfive

190fi. entered into a new lease made States regulation plan. This is supplied i "In the event of a money panic that |my suggestion and earnest solicit prisoners for state purges. A tax I years, does not look more

by the board of commissioners of with a comfortable mattress !would paralyze the turpentine lumber" i lion, with the co-operation of the for would also have to be levied by the |than sixty. He and the other mem-

state institutions with Messrs.: C. H.% pillow, pillow cases, sheets and blank;: and phosphate business, along with all I rater lessee company, the said board ''counties to supplement the funds now i jhers of his family will take a carriage
Barnes & Co. This lease, was transferred ets to meet the requirements of the I other industries, to the extent that ;i permitted the first central hospital, going to the (counties from the hire drive to Silver Springs today to meet

to Messrs. S. A. Rawls & Co., weather. This hall is well ventilated, sub-lesses could not carry out their :las a partial relief of this discredits o>' prisoners, and a tax levied to rover! Mrs. Blair' nephew Capt. Hatton

with the consent and approval of the with iron barred windows, furnished I contracts with the original lessees |be condition. But this is maintain I|the expenses nod borne by the leKwsi Howard! of the steamer<< William How-

board. The old lease was conducted with window light shutters, to furnish !:and they were to elect to forfeit their! ted bt he lessees and not by the state I I properly maintain, lodge and I transport larri. and other members of the Howard
to its close upon the same harmonious light when closed on account of cool 1 bonds in preference to facing absolute much to our discredit as a state. Our I I the prisoners from date of son family.

cooporationith the state authorities weather. For each prisoner there is II ruin, what provision has the state :!legislature should look up this natter once and $FI.I" per capita paid the I Before I leaving they intend to hare

i by the lessee to give the proper care |a night shirt furnished to replace his; made for taking the prisoners and i'and make provision for it as every I prisoner on discharge by the state a photograph taken in the old BaplUt -

f and treatment to the prisoners as was work clothes, which he is required to locate them even temporarily? No other state in the union has done. I Ths"oul.l! be a much greater burden church lot In commemoration of

change of prisoners from one lessee : hang up to air during the night. It is i lessee has a stockade that could care "Our people are gradually union pf taxation: than would be tuitposedrrr.iii heir marriage and the pleasant recollections
l evidenced up to the time of my last not optional with the prisoner to for one-sixth of them, even if they; isciously educated to look for revenue a superficial view. The first they have of that happy period.

report.'t were fortunate in the I change his clothing for the night ; were inclined to oblige the state. i, derived from prisoners! to defray the I .wo propositions being correct, the .

change of prisoners from one lessee ,:shirt. He is required to do so. I Would not the state be absolutely at ;state's expenses. It is right that the question is how to minimize the tax _

to another to be able to make satisfactory "There is no light night chain, pass the mercy of those who might desire i prison labor be a wealth producer and burden indicated. Authorize! the<< cHin- Cause of Stomach Troubles.

\ arrangements with the lessees ;'ling the length of the hall, to which to secure the prisoners for a nominal that a part of the fruits from this la- tics, if desired, to 'issue !bonds to *+- I' When a nan baa trouble. with his
whereby the collection of the en each prisoner is locked;: thereby les I sum? Should the state be pendent blo should go to help defray the exipenses the ready money to extensive stomach rOil may know that he is eating ,
tire body ()( prisoners at one central or company to shelter ] he the good cHi !Ic.n.e more than be should or of some
sening the night's rest. I regret to upon any person places upon on their roads. Provide for the! article of food or drink not suited to
point, to K re-distributed to the different I state that this cannot be said of I, maintain or supervise her prisloners. : tes. but the idea of educating our people j Ii money derived from the hire of the his axe or occupation, or that his
camps at which they would beplaced county prison camps that are under i From a business standpoint ;, upon lines that will gradually site's; prisoners 10flE'd to pay bowel are habitually constipated.
for duty was avoided. The experience I : to purchase witty' feel that it is right and 'I ('hambt rlain'a\ Stomach and I..ver
the supervision of the county authori |is it not economy !;cause: them to ;ln? interest on the bonds and furnUh
I had with what the prisoners I I ties. I i iwe have the means d ridirectl)" i I proper to look to the courts to furjnisb !? sinking fond to meet the bonds at (Tablets improve to the regulate dlg? ti call the "big divide" was sufficient the efforts of prison labor? When from the criminal class an asset that said .
j i "I regard the prisoners being chained [from I nr.iurity. Pro'hlefurtber 'trouble d<* ; not<< disappear \1'11: for
to make me exceedingly anxious to I: at night as inhuman hence do not ,,you can purchase to advantage and I for revenue is dangerous and deisorli2ing '['counrr shall:! furaith! a small but deft I ifree sample. Sold by all! drux Us.I .

avoid a repetition of this unfortunate 'think of tolerating it in the state prison 'not when forced to act, and act 5mI ; :; !: t i These disease :
are for
. J trial with its accompanying evils camps. Out of the.,llIprison'rsI I i mediately I,5o7: myself to believe that the spirit jir.ent this road .fund. In this way we'get Chamberlain's Salve In especiaresit
Fortunately for the prisoners, many : that lease prisoners ''of this commercial age has found its '! indirectly the labor of the pri- '.
I handled during the two years there "All other states ,uable. It quk-kly allays to* ? nf
of the former s-ib-lessees' arranged to !'has not been twenty prisoners shackl- except ours, have been using the, :' way into so sacred a subject as dealing !hers on the public roads with ih* i jand IUft:!tin and woo effects a ni '
keep those prisjners they were then : for revenue i Price 25 teats. For sale b> all "r, zgists.
led at one time. By shackles I mean 'proceeds derived from their convicts, ; in human beings j least possible taxation and the tet tiiu''ry I .
working. This to a great extent lessened a light! chain shackle, that does notmaterially :in so far as it is needed to n.eet these', :,only, without: regard for the responsbilities ;- : to the prison system.Ve solve -. ...- .- m
the confusion, unrest and discontent retard the prisoner's walking i conditions. Does our situation speak. resing on us to care for the arother objection! to prison labor The ....':uure of )lauarI".t-t: soltw

among the prisoners that will freely but would answer as a [well for us from a business standpoint unfortunate part of the criminal ; \vh'.ch! is competition! with free lajboj. ytar* ago .&*.. a law rqdnn: :

always attend the congregating of thef ':check on him in the event he made ? It gives cause for just criti-"!c' ass." i For the prisoner will be worked the railroad oprrftti&ff in .tta' ".>.

I entire prison population at one place, :an attempt: to run. This fight chainis I Seism by the outside world It impresses -' i Plans to Meet Present Conditions.Mr. Jin. int s cf labor thai is not overstock. I Ito place in the Hate imsup r'honey

and the exciting surroundings that impresses i : used occassionahy as a punishmentto I' the people with the idea Mcl.in suggests a remedy for cJ. and often at poinu that free labor I made by them ia *fxr.>i = of

: itself! very much upon the prisoners an unruly, stubborn prisoner who ,'whether true or not, that we are, to"I ;,some: of the defects of the convict i! does not care to go, Jjecause rejmotr I'en\ percent on their. lnv rtuH."if and

composed to a great extent i shows: a disposition to leave the I say the least. careless and indifferent !lease system operated in Florida that I from close coaimunication with opei'at ing fKpeaM in eoQrfequcnce
of an i ignorant, emotional class of I squad or is a disturbing element in a concerning our prison class. That I the legislature empower the board of 1I 1-. ------- -- --- --, of which ManachttseiU i* J+-"in*; ?

I, people, as all who are familiar with j I[camp. we are growing mercenary prison licommissioners; of state institutions I 1I nest equipped railway in ho cotta
, f the negro race, and more especially ., matters: that we think and plan to' i|or some commission that it might QN'NEttY ry. the cwt spaciatH aIM! hxuri *
required to keepacorps
The lessees are I I
\ that part of the race that constitute : duty equal tolone gather speckles from their labor only, !:create to purchase out of the funds depots and everything <.l.e than aMto
of guards on
? the criminal element, know them to for five men in the amp, !I i know that our people do not fee]''i'arising from the hire of state convicts OIL the convenience and qua fm '
> be. I that way, but our reputation is affected ,'jthe present central hospital propertyMor travel and speedy expedition an1' >
tg each twenty-five SORES. u
mounted man
for the one
\A[ "I regard it as fortunate ando of freight.!
| trained blood by the facts as they now ex to select some other property, livery
t authorities, as well as for the prisoners and two &RHEUMnS* ,
state -- ----
in theirij.iJsir.vat -
ist. : construct such buildings
that Mr. S. A. Pawls was hounds. For holding the prisoners at READ TH:! DAILY BANNER
, i prisoners, form i Company,
occupies a "Have our !aw' 31ers and our citi- st-mld be built, to a. For sate &jr Tydmgi
M placed lu control of the present lease i I night an armed guard ,I I

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By Frederick J. Haskin. \1//
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Ii Some one has said that America ious freedom to all but built

d ever had a monument to religious pn- for whatever denomination! asked j[] Recommend Red RocKGinger i

c ; lightment it should be the figure of them.. The first Catholic church ,

a lone Catholic priest with bared heaJ, I in charge of Father Andrew |] Ale .'

cassock faded by wind and rain, and a Jesuit. It is claimed that this |

I sandaled feet torn and bruised from the first American colony that

contact with briers and stones. From religious freedom to all! and kept

f e the worn, wan face, the eyes should word, although the same has I

s look out, determined and unafraid, as claimed for Roger \\' lliams' i As a delicious, non-alcoholic, non-stimulating beverage toAdd

when they gazed into the dangers of Previous to this settlement there 4 drink at home, nothing excels Red Rock Ginger Ale. ,tr

s untried forests and unexplored plains. I been English Catholic services f to this its marvelously beneficent influence on digestion, f

At the base of such a statue mightbe the settlers on St. Clement's Isle,
} ;: and you have the truly ideal beverage.
} set a tablet containing the names in 1706 the German Catholics -S
of the early evangels of Christ who brated mass in Philadelphia. In ; '

ti ;i came this way when wilderness wasking the remnants of the exiled :' ( /rLook for the Red Rock Crown ho 'j

= ; who entered eagerly and fear colony, driven from Nova Scotia I I QJ r0 1
stopper on bottles
lessly upon the long marches througha the British king, found refuge in !

primeval land where only too often timore, some going on further p /TS YOUR ONLY PROTECTION .( fir Y\
the way led unto death. On such a Louisiana to be the progenitors of y; qs, v WSA'UKXO '5

list the names should be legion. 'I t 'Cajans there today. At this time : :! All MtA S

would include the zealous but mis Catholics in Baltimore were still )1,: -' 's ,: ; : ; :

guided seekers for the Seven Cities of der the jurisdiction of the Vicar
Cibola and the wonderful Fountain of tle of the London district. ( ;y"X ;t' lf "* ,
j r %
Youth; it would include scores of In the revolution the Catholics ,4.

princely adventurers and hundreds of the part of the Colonies. Among

ardent crusaders who met their fate members of the Continental

while carrying the emblem of the and the signers of the Daclaration : by THE RED ROCK COMPANY. Jacksonville, Florida.

Cross into the new world. Independence, were Charles I

ss Thomas Fit: 'll cons and Thomas Ride.

Leo. The "' .-v. :;>hn Carroll, of Baltimore
What a story it is! At first it is al I
afla;- a bishop, was her veil of light
most as dim and Incredulous as my i'II'IIas DIRECT FROM OUR DISTILLERY
delegat- to CVaada::: to urge the colonies by day from .
thology. In the old Sages there is the 1
the ': join the revolution.Although l
story of pious St. Brendan who sailed
:ht., : tiled in this ( brightness mad*
with his followers from the west
were two Canaan regiments of Catholics 1 lustre and li-
coast of Ireland across unknown sea DALEYHI5KEY
who served on the ] WillOW 'I
to find and Christianize other races
side. The Catholic Indians of Maine of night,
Their boats were fashioned of wooriin .I
under Chief Orono, and the St. hung "out lit-i t
frames and ox hides. They met won :I
Indians, of New York. took 1
a prominent
derful floating palaces in which the
part in the war. while t
rooms were crystal, but in which none (t M
; Catholic settlers and t Tie Indians : beautiful moon !
: lived. They landed on a small, .
Illinois won the west ;for the I jolly
cause young pea
flat island, which resented the lighting
Independence. Baraca and Phi-
of a fire and immediately sank;: ;:: I :
__ __ i I ssss Baptist church. _
naraiy allowing them time to re-em I
bark. At length they landed on another Among foreign Catholics who I the home of Mrs
noted as defenders of the :: a ride to Sil FULL EXPRESS
island which hurled fire at them 8j

and emitted streams of hot water were Lafayette, Rochambeau, Kosiako 4 $

, from the fissues in the soil. Later and Pulaski. Gen. Stephen Ioy.lan beautiful arc QTS. w PREPAID
the pale light of
, they returned to Ireland and astounded a patriotic member of

.{ and delighted the credulous people church, was a first quartermaster queen" and these a $2.'S ar; tic \d : .p' it; pl.utt _
\ the revolution, and most of the men i themselves, to f :t x tIt iiO ri.irl- ) -Si!.4.'.. l full
with these stories of their wonderful
r' : boats B if WILLOW DALE RYE < '." ;in j..sd
r voyage. In the light of today we can Mad Anthony Wayne's command werstaunch | on ;he -a; 'I'' it .ml ,f yon (1ol1't find it all t (lit and tin-

see nothing in these fantastic accounts adherents of that faith. Whemoney trees the : .- 1, t c.-t .J ever tasteuijn
I but meeting of icebergs, the was badly needed by the Continental I moons image as its p, .:se anti jour >J>5 will tie ptmnptiv re Congress, I crystal wa .iroftcr? t
possible landing on the back of a members
I ipreacher."U Remember we are dilltil1en hen bin
*) x you
of the Friendly Sons of St. Patrick glisten the ,
t whale, and the seeing of volcanoes, i from u:> you save the enormous profit of the de.,1
: ': geysers and hot springs in Iceland.. came forward with a loan ofMiOOitd to make ers and avoid all chance of adulterate Ynu air
J ssss $ and Thomas: Fitzirnmons indhidually weird scene. sure of getting our whiskey just as it c 0.... front

loaned $23,000.; Jack: Barry : until about 11 our distiller, without being tampered stub in .n.,
: ; It is claimed that a Catholic priest ;i( ,. ? I'' star.
the Catholic commander of th I spread, after + f a
came over to the new world in JohnCabot's I If you prefer corn \\biokee! will wtnl) vou
colonial army, was approached j continued
fleet in 1 HIS, but the first rev I I
- I' Howe and offered a bribe ol5 "how noise- + i t WHISKEYIorS2.80.eipressprep.ul.: : t
ord of the recital of the Catholic liturgy .
.1U0 guineas and the command o ; Time, that only 1 i buy a better corn whiskey from anybody else .Il
in America was when the priestsof i i any price.
the best frigate in the British until "they were
Ponce de Leon's party said service navyiIf Our guarantee of perfect satisfaction or n(*ieyrefunded
he would desert, Barry scorned th lateness of the
: 'I goes with shipment we make. Ytal
y amid the everglades of Florida in 1521.: j every
jolter by saying: "I have devoted myself almost run no :: isle when you deal with us as the ownew
colony was established there, but II '
to the cause of America, and not :I of company have resources of a million dollarsand
,, the Indians attacked it so fiercely that ,1 i h will do exactly as we
FTC EEKDtS11 say.
the value and command of the.whole
It had to be abandoned. The very I I ) Ii MACONGA I ll
British fleet could seduce me." The.II the east, and the ': Srtr t THE SWIFT CREEK DISTILLING CO.
year the Pilgrim Fathers landed at | I MACON, GA.
city of Washington was planned by I
F Plymouth Rock a Franciscan priest II { Owner of Regutered Distillery No. 29.. Swift Cr*.k. Ca.
two Catholics, and the architect ofpresident's the cloudless ..
crossed the Niagara river from Canada
and preached to the Indians o tithe/ palace was also a
of that faith.
a tired, but hap :
vestern New York. Two years later -
I ssss ..
: there were Jesuits as far west as Sault I drove into
Ste :Marie: I According to the most recent statistics for their ride.
and the Capuchin Fathersin ;
the early seventeenth century had there are now a little more the Springs
II than 1 ,OOO,00'VCatholics'
in the Unit > wagons broke Women's Pains
preached from the Kcnnebec to th
Gaspe. States. The figures are furnishedby I people nothing

ssss the different l bishops, who estimated { continued t"I

that they had gained almost oOti.uoO : ba<& in an
? t In the far west there were Viscay- !members in this country in 1900. The : .

na and his Carmelite monks, the Jesuits population of Porto Rico, the Philippine the Baraca l was a total wreck," writes Mrs. Beulah

and their Father Junipero Serra Islands, and other possessionsI and the teach J Rowley, of Champoeg, Oregon, "from pains I had
traveling overland to :Mexico to found I recently acquired by the United suffered for 4
.I States class, Mrs. Coin, years, every month. Sometimes I
the mission of San II
Diego. Soon there is largely Catholic. that the
so entire Metcalf. would be unconscious for
: I 12 hours at a stretch. I
was a string of missions set a day'sjourney number of people of that faith
valuable aux did not know
r-'. apart, reaching from the Mexican under the American flap amounts to church, having that anything could stop the pain

border to San Francisco. The enterprise practically{[ :?!lh OfItThere are now :: men. entirely, but Wine of Cardui did. I advise all

s.. of Father Junipero is shown '112HS Catholic churches in the United since the women suffering with painful periods to use Car-
by the story that he once captureda dui and "
I States 334 of which were built ]as '!, a year ago to be relieved.
red man in the forest and forcibly There
year. are 4.2C4 parochial kind of enter- '
baptized him into the new faith. The :schools, and in all the Catholic cdu- i i and this It doe this by regulating the functions and

bell that rang out the tidings was cational institutions in America there I ; was perhaps the toning all the
suspended from the branches of a !are 1, 2CC.173 pupils. Included in the I given by the up Internal female organs to health.It .

Iri tree, and the only church was the' i'list..! of property owned by the Catholic )!; I is a pure, specific, reliable, female remedy, witha
i, open church in this country are 233 or- !
considers M record of 70 of
,1 If saga 'phan asylums, which take care of -tn.- ;! he can in getting [,J t years FREE ADVICE
The first English Catholic settle ,5J. :
orphans. New
York has success. I It has
more: gene-
; increasing letter d'- turf. a!i
ment America. was in 1G4'5::, whe i'Catholics'; than any other city, Chicago : I' y ,'our mptccis, anj .e a i ,e' .: ..cj
I George Calvert, the first Lord Balti i sf.conl.! and Boston third. ; is mem-I i fited a million otherseeAidressladies'Advisoryi'et't Ajvtct.l.n plaiD ttS t--'-' c.",
! ,
; The . f
more, established a colony in Mary aaa Qutunoofa Medicine( ( '*
Why not you? Try it. 1100.a. Te"n.I .
land. He not only guaranteed relig ThtUIt! Carbolic organiza'ion ha, seems to have '
:: who bid for '
i 1 I
Panama ('Ana!. I;i'I'$ Sold by Every Druggist in $ 1.00 Bottles.

>.r. Mr. Olivr':

reason to j?
: having been rhei i j i, t

and on the | CARDUI

vv he received OF
; to work and ,

!! with all i
1- --
i for ho con-1 i .
MOUNTAIN.HERBSNature's I He did this :

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W. M. IGOU. D. R.
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Own l FoiNatur's I +* 4
Remedy !
I FlrfPLEs i


A sure of(', hsting:: cure for Consttp2tion. nt: ; :e ". Drr 't p:a. r.eu.tr.lUm" f !
Kidnt'i ab:3: .... ee
inc. stint. ( Co It i3 pit :s-e ';1, l'06itl\e' : '
contains neitifoncst aJe.bd. riarcury oar caLv t. ti rise f.'aJulblC medicsl in- *
: *.n tine 1 u r,u suffjr f ron: a!:> tutors of th aU>ve nuned dsorderscure : + We beg to announce to the people of Marion and coBUgoa ..

[Six Month's; Treatment $1.00 Guarant" I : ; i. :tHif6 Complexion: is esc counties that we have purchased a block near the court house :
orlioueyT.efundetlt t square on Exposition street
and will
J '' t :y tLoimnis a rare wholesale aid :
retail mule and
Also sold direct oral all dealers in 25c cad COc. packages. j (-..:cijl ladies inl horse market. With experience and acquaintance .

MOUNTAIN HERB CO., Knoxville, Tenn. : I iI j : to remove: a'* in large block markets we guarantee satisfaction :
I I 1 fsu_l discolort : > .
: .5 .aj restore the

i of:outn. Tic iWiII' (llso Conduct a General :
For Sale !:yTydings : .:;c. and $l.CQ Livery Stable.r i INN$44

& Co., Ocala, Fla. Jiti-Monopoly Drug Store, Ocala, Fl a. ;' ,, ',:: t.1:!. :. .4....Ne0+00e0. tt
tnrdbr HiiQX..e. roan co., ;r't. !:- 711tf0'NNeONet00Wy....:
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= COUNTY COMMISSIONERS. compensation on account of road. ('[reduced for the year 1906 in the ;' NOTICE ((I 1 MARION COUNTY HOSPITAL AS- ADMINISTRATOR'S NOTICE OF .

crossing her land was refused.It northeast quarter of section 19.: township i 1| SOCIA7ION, OCALA, FLORIDA. : FINAL SETTLEMENT AND DIS-

(Official.) was upon motion ordered, after." 15, range 22. lots 12 and IS.: Bul :Of Application for Tax Deed ender CHARGE.

Ocala, Fla.. March 5th, 1007.: () I considebarle discussion by the board, t. lock:s sub was granted and the collector .I Section N of Chapttr 4S S. Lawsof J The annual meeting of the contributing -t

Board of countyc missioners of I that Commissioners Pyles: and Ei'!. I authorized to make the proper: I,I I Notice is hereby Florida given that W. W I members of the Marion County Notice 8th Is htre-of .' given that on the

Marion county, Florida, met in regular ; wards be and they are hereby appointed i reduction in the assessment.I I II I Clyatt, purchaser ot tax certificate Hospital Association. Ocala, Florida 1,the undersigned day May will, A. D., 1907. his
will be held the present
t session on the above date, with a committee to investigateand I It was upon motion ordered that ':No. 9S2: dated June 1, 1903: and Nos.1225S I at Hospital buildingon (final accounts and vouchers to Joseph
I'i and :2323::! dated the (Cth; day of
all members present. look into the advisability of the< !the collector be directed to reduce said'ceitificates the 12th day of March, A. D., 1907, I Bell county judge. Marion county
A. D..
!August 1900. has filed
t, Minutes of the meetings of Feb, 4. purchase of a mule scrape said committee !the assessment on a piece of land I II in my office and has made< at 2 o'clock, p. m., for the purpose of I make Florida final at settlement hU office at (Ocala and

't 11. 12, and 1 G, were duly approved having power to act. I owned by J. M. Hydgens from $::i-)) :I application for tax deed to issue in electing officers for the ensuing year final discharge as administrator aDd apply for
I ofestate
and the transaction
other business
f, by the 'board.J Board thereupon adjourned until to $100. ;accordance with law. Said certificates which come beflee the of J. Porter Smith, sieowwd.

Mr. W. S. Grimes appeared before tomorrow morning at eight o'clock. The petition signed by D. B. Mor embrace the following described -. may meet1!I November :2, 19 6.
property situated in Marion county ing.Ocala. :
t the board and requested a chanei. I rison and 14 others requesting the Florida. to-wit: Florida, ISth February 1907. As T. N. SMITH
of the Estate of J.
In public road in the northwest corner Ocau. Fi:., l-'srch C, 1907. j board's permission to change road South half of lot 23.; S. & D. ad. A. L. IZLAR. B. RHEINAUER.Prt'S llt'nt. i Porter Smith deceased. ll':"6m

of the northwest quarter of south Board reconvened, all member; "crossing the south half of southwest and CO feet north and south by Si Secretary. :.::-
feet east and in southeast (
west corner NOTICE
i. west quarter, section 23: township] I quarter, in section 2 j, township 14.1 OF APPLICATION FOR
present. lot1, block :2G: N. S. S. and 4G( j LEAVE TO SELL MINOR'S

17, range 22: east, which road runs: i The committee who are getting I south, range 1&! east, as per plat at 1 feet east and west on east side lot 2. STANDARD & HERNANDO RAIL. LAND.

diagonally across 40 acres of hip land. i tached. Dunnellon Phosphate com Reardon's Middletown lots, all in city ROAD COMPANY.A : -
\books) to advertise the county, havIng
f After some discussion by the hoar pany agreeing to make a good road I Ii of Ocala Fla. I Notice is hereby given that on the E
appeared before the board, and
The said land being assessed at the special meeting of the stockhold
it was ordered that the matter be re i upon the new location and keep same 12th dayof March A. D.. 1907. I wN
r having shown to the board the ndvan I date of the issuance of such certificates Hers of the Standard & Hernando Railroad apply to the
erred to Commissioner Pyles'for in tapGf; the advertisement which the I in good condition, was upon motion, in the name of C. C. Hicks,, Company will be held at the office i county judge in and for Joseph Marion Bell

.f' /Instigation and reported back to this granted. The rules having been waivr ( B. H. Hodges and unknown. Unless of the Company in Rockwell !ty state of Florida coun.
Seaboard Air Line railway is now getting at his office in
: board at their next regular meetin?. 1 and said petition granted without I II said! certificates shall be redeemed Florida on Wednesday, the !Ocala in said county, for an order
up for the interest of the county according to law, tax deed will issue 3rd day of April, 1907, I
Application of Perry Edwards for f irther pubilcation of same./ authorizing me as guardian of the ml-
it was, upon motion ordered that I thereon on the !9th day of April, A. at 11 o'clock a. m., for the purpose of I nor heir of the
; estate of A. C.
reduction of land at the face value of Commissioner Pyles thereupon read -
D., 1907. voting on the following proposition:
the hoard of county commissioners I deceased, to bell at private sale
'f the certificates and omitted years i ![his report cf the poor farm, which is WitneSs my official signature and To increase the Capital Stock of the following
,purchase ;500 books at cost cf $123: I property belonging to
a seal this the 7th of :March: A. D. said Company from $:!tI.HlIO ;f,4)-
r taxes without interest was granted. '!I las follows: day : to $ said estate, to-wit: The undivided lay
and that the clerk of this board is directed 1907.
r Application of H. W. Williams for !Supt . .135.00 000.To 1 terest of the minor Dora McKinney la
to communicate with Mrs. Per- IiIired (seal) S. T. SISTRUNK, amend the charter provision limiting i+and to the lots
-I direction by the board to the tax collector help 12.00 numbered one and
Clerk the of
Circuit Court, Marion County amount indebtedness or
: due, at Jamestown Exposition requesting -I I woo of block two, range three ef
to mark: upon the books an assessment Cooking . 10.+)t Florida. :;-S liability to which the said Corpora. Goss Addition
to the
her to properly distribute the city of Ocala,
made to him upon personalproperty I Washing and tion siall subject itself by increas'n ; I Marion county, state of Florida.
same at that place. The said parties NOTICE OF APPLICATION FOR such amount from $150,000 to $:iJ' ,-
.. Said land
on page C38; as double was and ironing 7.00 belonging to the estate of
preparing:: the hooks and advertisements ; I LEAVE TO SELL MINOR'S 000 and. the said A. C.
duly considered by the board:: and it LAND. To amend the charter provision lim- McKInney deceased.
are to deliver the same at fo be old for the best Interest of .f
appearing to the board that the said l $;1.00 CIAO I itinb the number of Directors of said said minor heir.
whatever address the clerk of this
Williams was not a resident of Marion llclver andMacKay Noaice is hereby given that on the Company to 5 by Increasing the same This Cth day of ,
I February 1907s5t
county, Florida, until after July !I board may give to them for deliveryof .$ 4.10 17th day of April, A. D., 19! -17. I will I to 7. I :- MARIAII MCKINNEY.Guardian.. F f
said books. I Honorable Bell Rockwell Florida l 'th.I
;: apply to Joseph February ,
1, 190C and that the said personal I Helvenston: I Bounty judge in and forarion:: 1907. j
motion of Commissioner Fort
property was double. It was ordered Upon I and Pasteur :..72G. county, state of Florida, at his office JOHN L ISGI S. I NOTICE OF APPLICATION FOR
I it was ordered that all costs bills before in Ocala in said for RALPH BARER President
that the poll tax assessment against; K. Robinson 13.20 county, an : LETTERS PATENT.
i the board in which no convictionhas order authorizing me, as guardian of Secretary.: :.:2 t
& Co. 4.25G.
said Williams and double assessmentof I Tydings -
I been had but parties dischargedfor the; minor, Wm. Preston Holly, to sell I Notice is hereby given that on the
B. 1.50
personal property be charged up w at sale the following described PORT INGLIS TERMINAL COM-
I want of evidence be paid. private ?th day of :March 1907 the undersigned .
by the tax collector as an error and I Guthrey Bros. 12.60 property belonging to said minor PANY. I will apply to the Honorable .

double and same reported in his settlement The following bends were approved ;Martin and to-wit: : South half of lott of block :;SOld I \\'. S. Bullock judge of the circuit

-JLI with this board. I : : Cam . 4.60 Survey of Ocala, Marion county, A special meeting; of the stockholders : court of Marion county, at Ocala.

t L. L. Priest, road overseer, district I Florida. of the Port Inglis Terminal Florida, for his endorsement and
..1 Upon motion of S. R. Pyles it was Xo. 1. Said land belonging to the said Wm. ( Company will be held at the office of i of a proposed charter of approval a .

resolved by the board as follows, [ $43.97 43.97S107.97 Preston Holly to be sold for the best the Company at Rockwell, Florida on social organization to IM known as

j viz: That the chairman of the board I C. H. Bateman, road overseer district interest of said minor. i Wednesday, April 3rd, 1907. I II The Pulaski Club the proposed charter

I No.5 ; This 7th day of )March 1907. at 12 o'clock, noon, for the purpose of of which is now on file In the '.
-'t he is authorized
be. and hereby empowered '
ALEX HOLLY. voting on the following\ proposition, office of the clerk
Bond of R. A. Shaw, ferryman at the circuit court
: By produce sold for cash 11.S3;: I
and directed to execute anddelier namely
i 3-8-5t Guardian. : of
); i i : Marion county Florida: the object
a quit-cla'm dt-cel of conveyance Eureka Ferry. Bill for peach trees (Pyles 10.50 ---- To increase the capital stock of the of the said corporation is, to forma

J iu the name of the board to Elmer ,! Xotary bond of Miss Fln"p"-- TAX PAYER'S-NOTICE.; said company from $1.000,000 to $2,- social organization among theroung

accordIng i i Briggs with E. C. Smith and J. C i S10G.C2 000,000. ) men of Ocala, Florida, and la
E. Converse to block 72: -
'b.4. r, 1:Boozer sureties. The state and county tax books I Rockwell: Florida't'bruarr 19, neighboring towns and villages In
I as Eon. hoard of County Commissioners,
to what is commonly known as I 1907. .
for 190G will close on March 3::1)< and Marion county Florida, to establish
the Old Survey of Ocala, together I Bonds to carry firearms were, ai- .I of Marion County, Fla: will remain closed during the monthof I HUGH D. AUCHINCLOSS. and maintain club rooms reading '

with all additions made thereto by proved as follows: I submit this my report of poor April to enable me to make up the RALPH BARKER, President. rooms, game rooms, and in general

T. E. Williams, M. G. Davis, A. B. delinquent tax list, as the law reuiires. Secretary. 2-22 I carry on a social club business thatis
reason of the narrowing of any streetor fan. fur the month of Feb. UP!))..
II Ron, J. A. Frazier R. C. Thagard, '- :: not inconsistent with, nor In vio
streets abutting on said block. I There me eight inmates a.. before E. L. CARNEY NOTICE FOR PUBLICATION. I lation of the laws of Florida.J. .
Walter N. Arthur Fort El-
Bill presented by E. I'. Neil for $4 Young five whites and three colored, their II :1-S Tax Collector. (J. DUTCH.

wife bert Mitchell. D. R. Mixson.! W. P. Department of the Interior, Land Of- 1 ROYAL E.
for laundry and nursing of his health and general condition are as I COLE
I lice at Gainesville, Florida. Feb. '
at the hospital at Gainesville. Fla., ,good a? could be expected owing toI I
Authority! by the LEAVE TO SELL MINOR'S 4, 1907. C. DUNN,
was granted
refused and the clerk directed boaI'llI heir, of advanced and
was I I being age LAND. I 2-J> ROHT. I). MATHEWS.

to notify said Neil of the action of j, for recommendation to the comptroller I tictioiif.: Both Mr. and Mrs. ar'I' I Notice is hereby given that Mary '

the boar I for the redemption of the north are quite feeble. There ha* Notice is hereby given that on the I Calhoun widow of Dred I[. Calhoun, TAX ASSESSOR'S NOTICE.

Road petition filed by B. L. Hick- ;: west quarter of the northwest quarter I but slight improvement as to the farm I 31st! day of March, A. D., 1907, I !deceased of Martel. Fla., has filed no

: of section 9, township 13.: range I.rehaSCtll will applyto Honorable Joseph Bell, Mice! of her intention to make final I will be at tbe following places oa
man .with 11 others that the Spring ; I over that of last report. I !) i five proof in of her claim
'! year support time
I 21 face of the certificate county: judge in and for Marion county I specified to receive returns of
,rove road be changed so as to leave i at a yaliie I( 15C nice peach trees of the Turkey I II state of Florida, at his office in'':i viz: Homestead entry No. 29.434: made property and agricultural statistic

ti!I Fort Gates road at or near where thev :and omitted years taxes without interest. I I Creek Nursery Micanopy which !I Ocala in said county for an order an- I December 19 1S99, for the east half]Save trouble by bringing deeds or last }

\ Fort Gates road enters the big scrub: have been transplanted and are Iook-I;: :authorizing me as guardian of the minor iof northeast quarter section 30 township tax receipt and never trust to meal
estimate submited An'hi.1 heirs of the estate of R. Y. Lanier 13: south, range 21 east and that ory in making tax return
; was by
in township 14, range :21, thence cast !iug nicelI found a buyer for the i: !said proof will be made before Clerk
I and E. V. Lanier. deceased to February
ed MaoKav of amount due M. I
as near as may be to again strike the T'i(two colts at the farm for the price of :,sell at private sale the following property I I Circuit Court at Ocala. Fla., on Eureka 22. a. m.

Spring Gro\e road at or near Hughes I Lewman & Co., contractors in (I, $100 for the two and I think I havea belonging to said estate to-wit: April 5, 1907. Daisy ::, p. m.

laid 'sum of $4079.20. and the sum was or- Northeast quarter of southwest She names the following witnessesto }o'01'tJc'oy: 23, a. n.
Island. This petition was over I' buyer for those cattle on the fin I
:Icred paid. Estimate is as follows: .1 I quarter and south half of southwest prove her continuous residence Anthony$+.
until the meeting;: in April next. which the board decided ta sell at II
upon and cultivation of the land, viz: s
I Ocala Fla.Iar'h: 5, 190;. I quarter[ of section 9, township 15 Sparr 26. a. in.
The petition: of C. C. Higginbotham I I satisfartorIricl'! 'south, range 22 east: and north'half Elijah! Collins, of Martel), Fla.; J. J.Iobler. Pine, (school) house) 3$, p. m.

requesting to be allowed to redeem Marion County in account with M. T.I I Oat crop looks fine. The proportion I';uf northwest quarter of section 1C, of Marttl: Fla.: Henry Williams Orange Sprh.gs *7, I'. m.

of I Lev/man &; Co., Contractors. !township 15 south 22 east 'I of :Martel Fla.: Will Marion Citra 2S.
certain lands for the face value 1 cf corn land and of p l.dei.;, cassava -I range I
I Approximate estimate No. S. I excepting, however from the above :of Martel. Fla. ,i Ocala, all of March.
the certificate! and omitted yoars'taes etc., are being prepared. See I '
The law
Excavaca'ions. : ? work lands the following described tracts requires all tax reiuras t>
without interest was granted.Commissioner $320; concrete i'financial hereto attached. I i iilespoc'ifully 2-""* .
> report to-wit: commencing at the southwest Register.NOTICE J.)*' in by 1st of April.
M. :Mathews who I antI lintels $SSOO; back filling. $1SC: i I
J. sublimed j corner 1 of the northwest quarter of I ALFRKD AYER, ,
,:requested to investigate the advisability damp proof course $10S.30; : brick : S. R. PYLES. ;; northwest quarter of said section 1G.1 i FOR PUBLICATION. I 1.1)s&e ilor.

;;0'' work WI <) steel thence north section line 23.20 t :
reference to the 'work, $0r ): stone $: ; i I on i
with )beams 31:>00 vault doors $:311 ', Commissioner in Charge chains, thence east G.GO chains, thence I Department of the Interior, Land Office Notice to Creditors.
Mr. M. ; ; II III Gainesville\ Florida FLb.I .
change of road requested by 'I I The petition filed by Mr. C. W. :south 19.23; chains, thence east 3.13; 1 I, at Notice is hereby given to all cred-
fire proofing, $;SOO; steel window I 4. 19o7.Notice .
I ; tors legatees distributees and
he last regular meeting th'nceI all
Atkinson at Willard and others, requesting change I Ijof I'i 'chains. thence south 3.5 chains, 11
of the board and which was laid over i frames, $?C0; carpenter work, 10.200 i ''east' 2.19 chains thence south :3.45 chs. ,other persons! having claim against
i road known as High Street South is hereby given that Doug the estate of Julia T.
$110 hardware S325: : I to section line thence deceased
I corner stone ; ; quarter-quarter
: adversely '
until this meeting was reported [Lake[ Weir by discontinuing same ;11 weSt 11.91 chains to point of "beginn- lass Gillard. of Blitchton. Fla.. has to present the same to the undersigned
-- f Atkinson's claim. After plaster and phst! ring. $2-100+ ; corner I filed notice of his intention make
to Mr. I north to a point known as Grove Aw.li I ing, and excepting also tract commencing to within two years from this
some discussion:; of the rnattei it I II beads, $ij; ; iron stair (fitted), $530; ; ; !!: I.' : final five year proof in support of his ,Jan. 11, A. I)., 1907. at kala. Fla.
I (southeas: corner of northwest quar- at a point 57.93; chains west of
the board that stone columns. $S23:! ; electric wiring. I :claim, viz: Homestead entry No. 29)13 ,- T. T. MUNROE
was finally decided by i of section :::9. township: 17 "outn, ,northeast corner of Alvarez Grant in
) (
i. ter made April :27! 1900, for the southeast (Executor of the Last Will anti Tt an'
It would be for the best interest of I$COO; plumbing heating, gas fitting, 1 1I township 13; south range 22 east, ;
!: range 24 east to run from sa'd: K>iat | quarter of southwest quarter, ment of Julia T. )I Uft rot'. drv,.a111St -- <
I- of the ;52300:: ; roofing, $23QO; roofing felt !I 11i thence north 5S+) feet thence west 3iHt !
all concerned that a majority Gro'.e > 12, township 14 south range
the and properly :*p2S; floors, $350: ; : clock and bell, I II(i, west 1,300 feet along avenue ,,feet; thence south :300 feet thence 19 east and that said proof will be
board visit grounds -
I''to I Gillett street, thence north on 11m. II east 20t feet thence fouth 280( feet,
themselves as to the proprietyof M.Oy. Total $58,148.50. 20 per cent. hard road thence made before Clerk Circuit Court at 5t t *
satisfy stt street quarter mile to the public !I:lO Silver Springs i Ocala. Fla.

the change requested by Mr. At. :retained, $11.029.70. road known as Lake View a I'-uue. j east 100 feet to point of beginning; i onApril 5, 1907. .

Uinson. and the following commissioners -,i Less estimates Nos. 1. 2, 3, 4, I I Sooth Lake Wair, Marion: county. !'said lands situate, lying and being in !! He names the following witnesses .. .
in addition to :Mr. Mathews, i 5, C, and 7, 542,439.60. Total due Marion county 'ito prove his continuous. residence ,. .
i Florida. Petition was granted by Said lands belonging to the estate
I and cultivation of the land
479.20. upon
March 5, 1907
Uz: N.A. Fort and C. W. Turner I! board. ''of the said R. Y. Lanier and E. V. i DR. D. M. BONEY, *
!i'I : Enoch, dames, of BHtchton! Fla.; Jer-
were appointe-d look into the mat GEORGE MACKAY Lanier, deceased to be sold for thebest I ion cf Blitchton Fla. Grant' Eyesight '.
I The following justices of the peace! Hall ; Specials

ter. Mr. Atkinson agreeing to abide I Supervising .Architect 'reported fines and costs collector!, a? I Ii interest of said minor heirs. I Mortonof Blitchloa, Fla.: Frank Pool. !* .
of Marion to M. T. Lewman This 2Sth day of February, 190; :
by the decision of the committee. !County j('I of Blitchtoa, Fla. I* *
,follows- 1 M. W. LEE I
the board that there:; & Co., Dr. HENRY S. CHUBB, I
It appearing to i S. A. Bullock, (for January), fine? ;3-i-st: Guardian. i ::-2 2:: Register.
fine and forfeiture fund a!M. T. Lewman & Co.. to estimate ..- 'II ? I '
Is in the 1- ___ _
H0 $48.40 (for February), ------ ----- -- -- ': '
; costs ; -
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and for the +, made by George. MacKay Architect t NOTICE OF APPLICATION FOR 1 ji Pf
surplus. of $:;.t OO. purpose fines $21. costs, $24.!';): H. W. Deng- NOTICE. i
$4079.20.Received Bank, of SPECIAL; Li 0SL! ATION. :" I1; ; ..t n.
of sang interest which the board i ij j The Central I ... ; "
lass fines. $10. costs, $4.78; D. L. i .i (
is now paying upon genera! fund it 1 warrant No. 3527; this ;Ocala: located at O ala, in the State I "l.::.: '
Grantham fines. $3 costs. $4.20: and tof Florida. is closing its:: affair AH Ocala Fla.. Feb. 2!", ?:'j(/7. f ;jff"I
March G, 1907 for $40'9.20.M. :Q
of !
the board
.1 is therefore ordered by !' !!the following justices no fines and note holders and other creditors of Notice is hereby given that the undersigned I n -"'- '
commissioners that the clerk T. LWMAN & CO., I Trustees of th : ) fj ,; ,
county costs collected.J. Ithe association, are therefore hereby I as Special ._. : #! ".
of the board cIo draw warrant upon By F. M. Cleckler. j Ii Smith :notified to present the notes and other j Tax School District Number One in ''I -> :ift P" '--.

t\ and forfeiture fund payableto i I 0. Turnipseed, Edgar S. claims for pa 'ment. II I,Marion County State of Florida (otherwise ''':Y'-//.I.: -- : \.....,. .... ,.-
the fine \
T. L. Johnson, Alexander Wynne, i Ocala School District ., I -
T. T. MUNROE.222St known as -I t ,:
the: county general fund for the i Commissioner Pyles having here I Joseph Bell, county judge, :M. II. ; President. I It ) will, during the next regular: session : B Iei1\'

sum of 3,000;; and it also appearing i tofore been appointed a committee to I Rou, W. W. Jackson W. D. Mathews.The 1" ', of the Legislature of the Siai.. .: j ;

to the board that there is $1,000' now I investigate certain application which I Notics to Ncn-Res:cent Sportsmen.i :of Florida and sixty days after th,' i
treasurer report as Notice is given to non-residents :date of this adwrii ,eaient and the
in the sr -al; read fund and that the has been made by Dunaelloa Phosphate !i *
j !follows: I hunting game n Marion county that j publication thereof according t-j law 1

warants:: for the repair of hard roads company through Marion Phosphate School fund receipts, $5022.71: dis |the laws of Florida require them to !apply to the said Legislature for the .

have been drawn upon the: general!] company through Mr. Clements ; bursements. $50 2.58. balance, 13 cts. ;;first procure: a license before so doing. !enactment of a lay, or laws the object .

fund to an amount which exceeds the ;and commisisoner having gone down i I The amount fixed is S10.00 and the : and substance of which will be I male;: a specialty of corr ,
and thor Road fund receipts. $1222.00, official issuing the license: :: is the clerk :to empower the said Special Tax
therefore ordered and looked! over grounds : *
; sum of 1000.. it is $1199.8;, balance. Sa>.!:3. of the circuit co- rt. This notice is : Schoo! District: to provide r and to ing eyes where othi-rs f-.

by the board that the clerk do draw ;!:oughly satisfied himself as to the assessments i County proper find, receipts' I|given for tte purpose of giving warn-j i issue bends or certificates of indebtedness Satisfaction guarantee: -

a warrant payable to the general I! complained of by said parties !920.92. disbursements. ICS9.C3.; bal- ;|ing :and saving trouble. not exceeding: in amount the *money refc&ded.

road fund and against the special ] the following recommendation I [[ E. J. McCRANEY. i i sum of Tea Thousand Dollars l$lO.OO ,- _____ .
ance $221.27. ;!4t. Game Wa-en. ; ).fIJ' the proceeds of which to be
made and by the board. ;
The adopted
road fund for the sum of 1000. was I tr 1* OPTICAL PARLO 4S.
F. and F. fund, receipts $6499.12, I r used to liquidate present indebtedness

transfer of these funds appearing toi;\iz: I disbursements, $S42.5$, balance, NOTICE OF APPLICATION( FOR !of said School District and to erect 1* 2 ana 4 Gary liaitdins o. *':2

the board to be advisable and to the Forty acres in section 17, to''n1slipI: i LEAVE TO SELL MINOR'S i repair enlarge, equip and otherwise t
) ?;3C57.34.Special( ; i
best interest of the: county: paving; ; 17 range 19 assessment reduced-!: : LAND. i i enlarge: and increase the facilities of I. Florida. *

,, the county interest upon warrants I,from $1,00 to $100. SC\) acres in see !'! road fund, receipts. 3392.45, that they the school buildings and rruptrty of .
disbursements, nothing balance. Notice= hereby giver on saw District.
outstanding etc. (tion 6, township 1;, range If, assess j$1030.52.: 1st day of _\pri1. A. D. 1907. I will apply -: B. A. WEATHERS.

The matter of repair of Starke's ,ment reduced from $ ,OOO to $1.009. j j5G3 fund l r lfi.2. '' to : Joseph Bell. County.Judge J. E. CH ACE, i
Building receipts, in and for Marion Stat iI
ferry was referred to Commissioner, acres in section 31, township IG.I j county W. T. GARY. I
disbursements nothing, balance, of Florida at his office in Ocala! in )Trustees Ocala Special Tai School McIVER and .UAf'S* J
19 reduced from $1,500+ toj:
with to act. range ,
Pyles power $1c:::c.52. said cOXltfor an order authorizing District. 2-22-5.' '
e. Commissioner Pyles having goreer ;1000.. IOC acres in section 25: township : :me, as guardian of the minors. Ernes-i i
Total receipts J1G193.72!. disbursements
J over the road: (1'0:11llrshall: swamp : 1C, range 18, reduced from $2500: i i :tine Brooks and Nannie Brooks to sell :I3TACHATTA PHOSPHATE COM- iIIil

to Ocala by Fake's place and finding to 1000. SO acres in section 2S, town- S7763.6S, baalcce $430.00. at private sale the following propertybelonging ,; FANY. 4Ii
to miners, to-wit: The N.
Lettie Miller, living upon said: ship i>. reduced from $2/,Oii ,Ito i
that Clerk.;: 1-2 of Lot 57 and Lots 55. 5!?, and CO' Notice is b r.-by glEn that the annual

road had moved her fence at some expense $i:>O. 4SO acres in sections 11 and! in town of Martel. meeting o.' the istschatta, Phosphate FUNERA

to' herself and has given the i' 12, township 15, range 19, reduced j Rheumatic Pains Relieved.B. i i Said land belonging: to the said minor !! Company vdll be held at the office

right of way across her land for said ;; from $::!.900 to '1500. Total reduc. ,! F. Crocker esq.. now S4 years children to be sold for the Lest of the company a* Ocala, Florida, -

road it was ordred: that $5 be and tion as recommended by Commission1r : I!of age, and for: twenty years justiceof I interest' This the cf said 2S day minors.of February. 1907. i iI j' on the first Tuesday in larch.. A. D.. DiR tt.. (OCr; t U) b.

I the peace at Martinsburg, Iowa, i I 1907.
the same is hereby appropriated to |,? Pyles from $15,900 to 55,25': and ':writes: "I am terribly afflicted with I i JOHN II. BROOKS. | COLIN C. W I.LlC. JR.

the said Lettie :Miller to reimburse' the collector authorized to make the;sciatic rheumatism in my left arm and :i 3-1 Guardian: i :2-15 SecretaryCypriss Have a full -jiopk of Cortluf" Casket

her for damages incurred by said proper reduction in assessment.. !right hip. I have used three bottles :! t -_ and! Burial Outfit ferial given to

. \! road.Appplication. The application of' G. C. Crom, re- 'of Chamberiain's! Pain Balm and it i A bg: supply of seaiin :vas and! Tract Warts*.Address Burial service*.

did me lots of good." For sale by all corks far sealing syrup berries an.! H. 79 ilidlai-5 avtnua.: Monrc'.air, N.
of Delia Jackson for ,questing the board to have: the taxes druggists. m jars. Tyiliass: i Co x 'J. :-: .:t Embalming to Order

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THE BRITISH BAR MAID. I 111ttttPt" t t!"t"ttttttttt" "ttttt" "tttt" "t. "t1." t tt" "ttt" ,,,tr T""tftt" t It". ttt" "1 tttttt" "ttt"t t t "1t" t "ttttl" "t" ;

Because there is a till in the house
of commons providing for their grad-

iial abolition, the bar maids of Eng I..... ----
land are again a British topic of the ..... -4-
hour. The maids themselves, are going .....
to see Mr. Gladstone, the home .- .-
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tecretaary, about it. They will urge t "'2L" 1 "<.a. g "! J'i:ii:1'fI! : !!' -- -111, ::
that they are good not only for trade,
but for discipline; that the public .' --

houses where they serve are not only ...

the dered.most prosperous but the best or- !I r /\ BROWN : BRO. :

London has about S.OOO of Great II I 1. : '
Britain's 20,000 bar maids. Many of l =
them are pretty and most of them are i Ii _

respectable. Practically all of them iI: IIIo.! .. ....._..
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demand respectful treatment.On !
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several occasions the attempt i .
has been made to establish bar maids i _
in New York. It has always failed. SALES AGENTS _
.The British idea in the premises was
irreconciliable with American preju 1I 1--- ...""
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dices. In 1897 an anti-bar maid law I t ,

was passed at Albany which the supreme -1.-: -- __ _.......... ___ -4..
court upheld in 1899. 1.I! ....
The British bar maids work from I YNat1 jYA 1H -
until mid : -- .
ten o'clock in the morning
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z.. night. Their hours and tasks are hard :
the life long as they Ii
yet they enjoy so -
,'. are popular. Often they marry hap i : I ..... .
pily. They have been known to wed i. I
-=; titles. When her usefulness passes as Waa1yW -
it does, with her bloom and her lively :: __. _. _-- nnffiu'Mjiis -
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another There is
Fpirit it is story. a GJ--
touch of irony to the provision in the _
; pending bill that bar maids now employed ;, ti _-
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:; tion) through may continue their lifetime.in their-World.occupa- : :: We wish to call the attention of Stock Feeders to the following interesting figures:

The Ocala Band to Re-Organize. ::00- _
It will be good news to the citizensof : COMPA.BA.TIVE: ANALYSES OP :: "

Ocala to know that the band is to 0.-- __
be re-organized. Mr. Albert E. Geris -4
has accepted the position as leader of i -- -- -. ,- _.- -- --
this organization and will do all in his E i T PURINA"FEED
power to bring it up to the highest ,
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order possible. .I I -- I .
----1 := \ I
There are quite a number of new i Protein 9 U
; per ct. ct. cent.
I 14 per
members among them being Mr. Jas : -- -_- __ ::
: -- h. ----- --- -- '
P. Harder, who during his residence __
-., in Ocala a number of ;years ago, was : :- Fat 4 per ct. 4 per ct. 6 per cent. !

..' 3. member of this organization and a -- --- ---- '......

good one, too. if. Carbohydrates 68 ct' 50 ct. 60 cent.
: per per per :
Mr. W. W. Condon, Mr. Ben Borden --_.- 3
Mr. Watterson Tucker, and, in- I
,: deed, nearly all of the old members i [ Crude fiber | 4 per ct : 9 per ct. 6 t.- .

have rejoined and it will be the aim __ -. -- ___-. --- ..Pe.c- ..- .-. j
.: of each individual member of the
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band to make it the best in the state. .
A number of new instruments and a -

chased and the next ten days the --'f

band will practice diligently for the! !! : ROT El I N-Is the chemical property in all feeds which builds lean meat in animals; in other words-muscle.. = V

concert on which the night they of will the give fifteenth at the for armory :: Fat and Carbohydrates the fat from which drawn the store of heat and energy consumed by the animal fc :: 1

their own benefit. i i t:-::- its work. A unit of Fat is aqual! to 2 \-2 times a unit of Carbohodrates. In other words, a feed containing 6 per cent. I Pal j

After that time they will give free I I i -. and 60 per cent. Carbohydrates is the same as figuring 75 per cent. Carbohydrates. ...
concerts the twice :
and on possibly square every week.:everymonth 1 I:,I ::: Fi be r--Is that portion of a feed which is largely waste, although about 1.3 digestible All grains in their natural state analyze cer. ::

Ocala has always been proud of her : :: tain percentages of fiber, hence that part nature intends as an aid to assimilation of the concentrate elements, Protein, Fat and ::
band and has had be
every reason to
eo. They play well and have always I : Carbohydrates. No feed should contain more than 15 per cent. fiber, however, and one which runs as low as i per cent. fc 3ft ::

been most liberal and generous with !:. ..- exceptionally good ieed. __
.:. their music. ... 1
This hopes that everybody in --- !
paper i LaP-- - ---- _
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Ocala will attend the concert that : ;

they make are it a preparing great success.to give and help !': You will now understand that PURINA FEED, judging from the above table of figures, is -- ;

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We Want-'Em Bad. :, t: a superior feed to corn and oats. REMEMBER, corn is liable to heat and colic your mules and \ i 1

.. Norwegians We could and settle Germans-a million all Swedes agri i! : ; horses Oats are .high in price and it takes more of them, sack for sack, to keep your work stock :: !

have cultural room people-in for more.Florida But, bad and as still weI i I :: in fit condition than when feeding PURINA FEED S .

need them, and valuable as are these .
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broad acres of Florida waste land : -
< would prove to them, they will not '
come unless we go after them. An FEW'-SACKS
immigration proper men in charge department and enough with money the L AND BE
r I
to do the work that is to be done, \'
: Is the only means through which these _= ====- __ ___ _. _
I :::::
,, people can be secured. We should
send men to Europe and. in the name \!
:: .ot the State of Florida, select honest : i "WHEN" IN NEED OF 3

: Industrious, and hearty people of the I
nationalities named, and as fast as --

a rect ship, land load them is secured at Florida bring ports them, and di- !: Bull Durham U. S. Marine Sensation Duke's 3V. !

place them at proper intervals on FlorIda J.; .
lands.-Pensacola Journal. H&

map Floridans out a plan should to secure get together the needed and Mixture or Mill Boy Smoking Tobacco

immigration, and the sooner this is
: 1
done the better.-Apalachicola Times.

Mr. W. S. J. Wallace, of Cavalry,
was in to see us Saturday afternoonand .= SEND US YOUR ORDERS. 3

said the dung people of his neighborhood ......
".' enjoyed a fine dance Friday tl .....
..' night at the residence of Mr. J. W __
,. Morrison. Mr. Evan's, a fine violinist I E Also Old Virginia heroots Florida Emblem
.... nf Candler, furnished the music for Hunt lub igars. -

this pleasant occasion. There were j ....

' ;4; five danc'nq couples festivities participating and quite in a number the : := Yours for more business, :::

were present not dancing. Refreshments :I I ____ ....:
s. were served and the merry I ........
i': : making continued until midnight. r- .,..
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:}. A Missouri editor says that ten dol.
' lars will go only half as far now :

,,:: it man did is ten lucky years if ago.he has The$1.50 '

f. ;'.. where he had $1 ten years ago, an e.t: Ae BON & BRO

.4. :: to keep up with the ever \ }
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hard what hK
.. cost of living wears on 1!
. J has. Yet the republicans assure u ___ 1
i that the country is prosperous.-: ::: __ 1t._ -if." """"-' ''' u''.. !It _::Ijf ::: j
Times-Union. :
:. needs is to open i !
.. What the country .....
":,. the mines to the free coinage of sil,. s::: ....
ver. That will make money more. .....
II E plentiful and with abundant money'I --
we can afford to pay bigger prices.

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