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 22, 1907
Publication Date: 1883-
Frequency: weekly[]
weekly[ former aug. 25, 1883-dec. 28, 1888]
daily (except sunday)[ former dec. 30, 1888-]
Subjects / Keywords: Newspapers -- Ocala (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
Newspapers -- Marion County (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
Genre: newspaper   ( marcgt )
newspaper   ( sobekcm )
Spatial Coverage: United States -- Florida -- Marion -- Ocala
Coordinates: 29.187778 x -82.130556 ( Place of Publication )
Dates or Sequential Designation: Vol. 17, no. 12 (Aug. 25, 1883)-
Numbering Peculiarities: Issues for 1884 later called new ser. vol. 2.
General Note: Editors: T.W. Harris, F.E. Harris, C.L. Bittinger.
General Note: Description based on: New ser., vol. 2, no. 14 (Dec. 1, 1883).
Funding: Funded by NEH in support of the National Digital Newspaper Project (NDNP), NEH Award Number: PJ-50006-05
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Holding Location: University of Florida
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:: :i NYAL'S HOT SPRINGS 4 4 4 4 jtistic homes in Ocala is that of Mrs. i j Business Connections i
: annual
J f poem written by Mr. \\1 j W. \\'. Condon on Summerfield ave- '
4 4 !E. Pabor, who is also the laureate 4
poet -. ,
; nue and on Monday afternoon she!, .

,: tion,for was the delivered national before editorial the associa-association 1 I I was tea the that hostess is given at the by the monthly ladies silver of-j|I 4 4 profitable to BOTH SIDES are lasting. We make

k. : at Key West and was as follows 4
II the Presbyterian church. ourselves worth
I j as much to
ILUOD REM EDYE : I patrons as they are to
II It was very largely attended and !! 4 That's how
/.: The Isle of Palms. I the fact that so many ladies were 4 us. we keep old friends while making
4 4 --- (Inscribed to :Mrs.: Jefferson : I I new ones.
4 44 4 4 B.i,j present was quite a compliment to.
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4 4 4 Mrs. Condon. J
4 4 4 is the best spring tonic. 4 4 4 4 \\'. E./PABOR. I Dr. Dodge and several other gentle- 1: 4 MUNROE & CHAMBLISS
4 4 There comes to this bright i isle of ment were also present. 4 ,
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4 4 Low-lying in the tropic's armsA i I 4 BANKERS
the result of this
ie pleasant tea. II 4
$1,00 Bott e. 6 Bottles. for $5.00 4 little band of editors I 4 OCALA
4 4 per 4 4 Mrs. Condon was assisted by Mrs. FLORIDA.
4 4I 4 Whose ready pen or pencil stirs Todd, Mrs. Gerig, Mrs. MacKay, Mrs. .: ?
I The bosom of the country maid j Brown, Mrs. Cleveland, Mrs. George .... ,----- -01'- NIONN/00., NNINNi1.01N1N.
ill AT THE H And makes a president afraid; Davis, Mrs. Camp and several other I I :
For words are swords that pierce the ladies and in the dining room Miss Upton Sinclair's co-operative ('lJlony' +4444444444444444444444444BIGGEST -
soul Nance sat at the table and poured the I at Englewood, N. J., was completely ,
As they from out the pressroom roll. coffee. destroyed by fire Saturday. Among LINE
5 H Postoffice Drug Store n Each guest lingered for an hour or I the seriously injured ones were Mrs.I I

They came, perchance, where earth- more enjoying their charming sur- Grace McGowan Cooke and her sister |
9 11 t3ft444 quake shock roundings and the many pleasant people Miss Alice McGowan. both well known i: OF
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'--' -- -- --- Or some: day when the wild! Cam-I Romantic Wedding in Jacksonville I Mr. and Mrs. Arthur Hardaker entertained _______ ____ ______
bean raves a few: friends from Ocala at f fa !
Sara Elizabeth Harris, Lccal Editor.! I Mrs. F. E. Smoak, of Flemington, is. And sends its overwhelming waves; chicken
Monday ,
Saturday. night which
.. the guest of her relatives, :Mr.: J. L. And so we think our hosts will greet It they I WATCHES J
was a case of love at first sight. gave at their home in Martel. i
4 Smoak and Such shocks with with wel-
SOCIAL AND PERSONAL. our ears Here's a romance that has a most Mr. and Mrs. Voit of Chattanooga I
come sweet; .delightful flavor in all particulars. were the special guests and the occasion --
Will stand the shock, survive the
We have been from Quincy to Miami Everybody in town knows Mr. A. proved to be a very delightful>.
and have seen no court house that can storm I J. Irwin, the popular proprietor of the The Ocala guests drove out late in the FOR
Dr. II. M. Taylor, of Crystal River, this editorial .
,Brought by : swarm.In Park
compare with ours. hotel. Well, Mr. Irwin is the afternoon, returning about midnight. I .
Monday in Ocala. I
spent j happiest man in the city of Jacksonville
legends old the tale is told ; today because he ,secured as a I i LADIES( AND GNIUMIN(
; Miss Clara Moore has gone to Jacksonville Mr. J. A. McLaughlin, of Fairfield, Of mariners both young and old, (wife Miss Ruth Henderson, one of the Among Ocala's visitors on Monday
}t, where he has accepted a was among the prominent people in Who came where it was afternoonForever prettiest I cutest and most popular were the following: J. C. Devant, of
'' I position.Mrs. Ocala Tuesday.Mrs. whether sun or moon Imembers of the Brooksville; Arthur Adams, of South
< chorus of the DeWolf
, Weir; Rev. Newton Pluinmer. of
I!Shone on the Lotus blooming flowers
W. H. Clark will give her Sunday I Hopper opera company. There is con Anthony; Miss Hattie Caldwell of
That lured them to enchanted bowers -
I :: Weston's friends will be glad sequently mourning in the ranks of
I Candler B. K.
school class a picnic at Silver of Gainesville
i to learn that she is convalescent af- I the opera company to know that they
W. C. West
Springs Saturday. :ter an illness! of two weeks. And wooed them to forgetfulness I will lose, after tonight, their charm- Grahaniville: Dr.
I I! i Of home, of friends, cf love's caress. ing companion, who has decided to and Gatrell and others.J. W. Smoak, of Fairfield,
i many
1 We regret to learn of the illness of II Mrs. Jean Austin and her mother, give up the stage and "settle down." '
Mr. A. E. Burnett at his home en Mrs. Kellogg, are spending the week Methinks the Tennysonian rhyme The bride is from Chicago. .
I Buckalew Heights. in St. Augustine with relatives from Fits nicely in this later time, The ceremony took place at noon Wanted.-:X good mare. Must I lit THE JEWELER.
the north, who are now visiting the Fcr Nature here, her magic skill! I today in the parlors of the Park ho- a bargain. Half cash, balance easy

, Miss Jennie Scott, of Orange Lake, "Ancient City." Displays in Lotus gardens still! j tel.! The nuptial knot was tied by the fice.payments. R. H. Park, Banner of 444+4+4+444444++++++4+++++

! is the guest of her sister, :Mrs.: D. W. _. At noon or midnight hour is found I|Re\ W. A. Hobson, of the First Bap- -- 3-s _'V"O I .. ....,
Tompkins, for a few days. Mr. Sim Sherouse, of Citra, is now The soothing murmur cf sea sound tist church. The bridesmaid was the
I connected with the grocery store of And here Nepenthe's drops are formed -(dainty star of the company, Miss +4>+++44+444+++444+++t++++ +44+...+++++44444++4+4+++4-

i Mr. II. D. Foy, jr.. has accepted a Mr. F. W. Kunze, on North Magnolia Marguerite i Clark, and the best man I.4
street. Till life in sensuous ease if bound. ;vas Mr. I. L. Farris, the well known j jj 4

I cfMrs.1. I Mr. James L. Engesser returned Once nympths on Claypso's isle I j{i lawyer Ocala. of The this other city,attendants and formerly were of: I j! <*4 Adding New Accounts! I i

I, \ J. H. Spencer and children home Tuesday afternoon from a On mariners were won't to smile, ;j!iDeWolf! Hopper and other members of 1!I.
And offered bowers where they might i 4 t
1 rpent last week with Mrs. Spencer's week's visit in Atlanta, where he went : J

parents in south Florida. to consult a specialist. Upon the rest isle of the, blest. I Jackson-ville I I -- -- 1 I II i Ii We are constantly adding new accounts <.>

1.. :Miss: Lillie Schlemmer, of Cedar In fancy nympths appear once more i Two Fires. Ii and business is
Col. \V. N. Camp, cf this city is In maids in KfYYesfs sea-girt shore Sunday the fire alarm was sounded our increasing at ; ;
is the of her brother and I
Keys, guest 4
raising son.e fine celery at his
very With peaceful forms and melting eyes
sisttr-in-law, Mr. and Mrs. C. N. i shortly after noon and proved to bea
place at Sarasota.Col. Schlemmer. I And lips whereon !love's symbol lies. shanty in the second ward occupied 4 4 a very satisfactory rate. Possibly you also : |

by colored people. 4
!. R. F. Rogers, of Lynne, who Ralph Bingham, the unimirable I would seem as in the olden rhyme-- Monday just before noon the alarm I 4 4 might be glad to join us. z .$
.iff the naval
\6 operating extensively
The bells of bliss would sweetlychime
character portrayer, will appear in was again sounded. This time the 4
stores business, was transacting bus. .
the armory in this city on the evening ,fire proved to be the residence of Mrs.
loess at the county site Monday. of April the fourth.Dr. The sunshine falling on white sand Moore on North Orange street in the
Would change beach to a golden I fourth ward. The roof was in flames
The Anti-Monopoly Drug Store's and Mrs. J. M. Jackson are- at strand, but was soon extinguished. The damage j COMMERCIAL BANK
prices are lower than ever, here is a Bronson, where they were called on The murmur on air would be will amount to ten or fifteen: dol- \
bargain; an American Surety "Ever account of the critical illness of Dr. Like to a mother's lullaby, j llars. ,
Ready" Safety Razor, 12 blades forfu Jackson's mother, who was stricken And earth seen heaven through the | OCALA, FL0.. t.

: _guaranteed.Mr. with paralysis a few days ago. I spell The Elk's Recq iin. :
i That centers where these sea waves' The Ocala Lodge B. P. O. E. will 11N+++4+++.+4+44++4444+4+ +++++++++++++.4+.f+++++44+

Walter L.: Taylor, the popular I Rev. W. R. Lambert went down to! dwell. ;give another of their charming and I
manager of the Marion Farms, left Broois'illeIonday to spent a few II'I[delightful receptions on Friday even ---- -- --------- 'I t

Monday for a few days visit to Quincy days with -Mrs. Lambert's parents, Now when we tear ourselves away 'ing, April the fifth. The date had been Amusing Indian Names. Half a century 'ago a colony! of Frenchmen
and other places West Florida. He Mr. and Mrs. J. A. Sewell. II I I,Each one loth wish that he could iI iI i fixed for March the 29th! but has been ttttktl in the vicinity of the

will return at the end of the week. I stay |postponed until the above date. However rapidly the Indian is traveling Mandana and Brule Sioux and nearly
Several prominent citizens: of Belle- !Where south winds meet the perfumed -i The affairs given by the Elks are!I the path of civilization) it is evE.ry one of theta married an Indian.0
Miss Talulah DePass, of Key West, view were in Ocala on business yes breeze i always enjoyable and the reception !plain from a casual reading of the no- Their progeny are represented by
and Miss Lamar DePass, of Belleview, terday. They were Mr. Charles A. f'That lingers 'round Magnolia trees, |that they are planning to give after j tires is the South Dakota new&papersof such names as Picotte Archambeau,
after a short visit in Ocala with Mrs. Tremere. Mr. W. C. Doolittle, Mr. 0.M And feel the charm. that crowns the Easter will in all probability eclipse inherited Indian lands for sale that Areonge: DtFond, Brunot, Dezera. '

H. M. Hampton have returned Gale and Mr. Lightsey.Mr. rose II all previous efforts. I I their names do not change. In one Tasagye, Brujer. Descendants cf -
home. I II I And lily buds as they uncloseTo 'of these advertisements appear th-i these Frenchman own great tractsof d
-- II I B. F. Saxton. who owns such a show that Nature loves to smile I A shooting scrape at Summerfield I following: land and many cattle in the north-
who has beenat Lake Weir, Upon Key West! Enchanted Isle! west. i
Mr. Frederick Hocker, beautiful orange grove on I Sunday morning between two colored Edward Snow Boy, Emily Crow
school in Virginia for the past win was in Ocala Tuesday. Mr. Saxton I I men resulted in the death of Elsie Dog, Joseph Red Leaf, Little Bird, R. Many of the Indians still retain
ter, arrived in Ocala Sunday morningand will return soon to his home in New A Temperance Meeting.The I Harris. His slayer, Luther Caruthers Spotted Eagle, Bob Long Ear, Lizzie their old form of namE*, says the New

is visiting the family of his brother -'York. is still at large, having left the Llne.'Bull)), John Iron Whip, Samuel York Sun. From another advertise
Mr. William Hocker. women of the Temperance Union I neighborhood immediately after the Four Star, John Omaha, Julia Hum ment come these: Sunkokakipapi Iwankemwastwain .

I !rY.. D. Graham and her guest, of Ocala cordially invite the women killing. The officers have been look- ming Bird, J. Pretty Feather, John Cuncagewokanna
Mrs. Crumpety and children, of Miss Susie Johnson, of Asheville, N. of Marion county to meet with I ing for Caruthers ever since his escape Elk, R. Crazy Eyes, Lizzie Long Ear, Ouncagetopawin, Dawokalyen. Pejut
I Lloyds, Fla., have been in Ocala for ac.quple C., left Wednesday for a week's visit them in a W. C. T. U., council on and have confidence in landing Medicine Horn, Father-in-the-Ear, Ce- atowin, Wakowariahomain and the
of weeks, past. the guests of with Mrs. Graham's relatives at11- Wednesday, :March: 27th, at 9 o'clocka. h'im. However, a reward has been of- celia Curly Feather Robert Kill liJ..e.-Philadelphia Record.
I I their cousins, Mr. and Mrs. Walter canopy and Geiger. m.. in the Methodist church. All fered for his capture. Bear.Probably.
Taylor, at the Marion FarmsMrs. who will Wanted-A pair: of geese a pair of
can come kindly send their
a fourth of these Indian
I ducks. a pair of guineas and a pairof
1t Mrs. G. F. Dittmer has returned
names to Mrs. Will Clyatt, Ocala. The Handelsman Home Sold. i heirs bear the names of white fathers. peafowls. Address the Ocala Banner
H. C. Judd and little dauhtertrri't'd home from a week's visit to Mr. Ditt- Mrs. Clyatt is chairman of the enter- I II z

: in Ocala Sunday afternoon to mer at Sarasota, who is recuperatingat tainment committee and will see to,it Dr. Webb, of-Zuber, who recently J --- -- ,- r,

join Mr. Judd and to make this city that place. that all who come are comfortably I came to that place from Georgia, has ...N.. ... NNONONNNO N Ni/N1/11N9 l
their home. Mr. Judd is the new bookkeeper cared for. ?purchased the home of Mr. and Mrs. ':
' for Messrs. Mclver & Mac- Deputy Sheriff Weaver returned This meeting is for the purpose; of'!M. Handelsman, which is located in
Kay. Tuesday. afternoon from Citra, An- organizing a W. C. T. U. in every precinct the first ward, next to the Jewish syn- [
thony and other points in that sectionof in Marion county. !agogue. isflel3s

Mr. Emmett Cowden, principal of the county where he has been sum MRS. E. VAN HOOD I j I Dr. Webb will move his family to : Opening 1
the Inverness high school and his moning jurors for a murder trial President W. C. T. U. :this city to reside and he will have '!

cousin, Miss Leonard, who teaches in which will soon be in progress.Mr. charge of the practice of the Sumner I. 0 1

the Inverness school, spent Sandayin E. J. Triay and Francisco Sabbia Ar- Lumber company at Zuber and will i :
and Mrs. Frank Harris returned .
Ocala the guests of Mr. and Mrs. home Tuesday afternoon from a rested for Peonage.A also practice in neighboring places. } ..
W. W. Clyatt. special from New York to the The sale of this property was made
very delightful visit of a few days at Jacksonville! papers on Saturday says: through Mr. F. W. Ditto. 4 4 5 and !iOc Store i Ii
Palm Beach and :Miami.: In the latter
Mrs. Allan Rodgers and Edward J. Triay, of Jacksonvillehead I Ocala is constantly gaining new
of Hon. and
wore in Ocala for a short time Monday city they were the guests of the labor department of the families and in fact is steadily growing 4

t.J They were on their way from Mrs. C.charmed M. Brown.with that They section are very and Florida East Coast railway and Francisco :; : along all lines. We extend a wel-! i WEDNESDAY MARCH 27th t

Jacksonville to Inverness, where they much Sabbie, an employment agent cfi!come to Dr. Webb and his family. I. t
are now temporarily residing, Mr. had a most delightful trip. this city, were arraigned today for 4 4
Rodgers having charge of the good I a "United States commissioner, char ; Reflections of a Bachelo-r. I II 4. .
roads building in that county. The Cemetery: Association to Meet. ed with peonage in the employment Sermons might be more interesting 4 4

The regular Greenwood monthly Cemetery meeting Associa of theLadies' cf men for work on the extension of I if you could talk back. II 4 4 We will sell 50 pieces 4 i

11r;:). Richardson, of Atlanta, Ga., is will be held at the home of Mrs. the railway from Miami to Key West. I A woman has to be born a god 44 4
}u the city! the guest of her daughter, tion Badger at four o'clock Thursday -,II Both were held in bail for trial on I many years before a man to admit I 4 4 I
f'JJrs. L. F. Blalock.! who is one of Edward I I :indictments found by the federal i she is as old as he when they are ,* ENAMEL VI ARE 4
Ocala's most attractive: matrons. Thiss afternoon.Mr. .:grand jury. grown up. I 44- *
Mrs. Richardson's: first visit to I It is alleged that Sabbia! has shipped -L After a girl has been engaged twice ''44 :
ocala and she is enjoying her stay Jesse L. Emerson, who has been : a large number of men to Florida she doesn't consider it necessary to,4 at lc eaci
several months at )
H'ry much. .spending the past and that Triay has distributed them tie up her love letters in baby blue 4 .
his old home in Iowa, has returned to along its line of railroad eonstrucl ribbon.A .4 j
Miss Julia Foster, who taught the :Ocala and will again make this city I Ol. nice thing about living in a boarding -,:4 One to Customer. See Windows. T

rr!c\ public school at Fort King the past his home. He has resumed his position -- i house is you don't have to make ,4 25 pieces before noon. 25 pieces afternoon. 4
term, has returned to her home near with the Ocala Steam Laundry. Mrs. Mallory Liddon went up to believe you like what you get to eat .4
Nashville, Tenn. Miss Foster is avery M-s Emerson is visiting relatives at Gainesville Tuesday afternoon to the way you do at home. 4 EVERYBODY COME. !
attractive young lady and has her girlhood home at Peoria, Ill, and spend a few days with her sister-in- One of the first things a marriedman : -3
tl( many friends among the young people will remain away for another month. law, Mrs. J. :M.: Dell. She was accompanied needs to learn to have a happy ;! FISJKEL i iL' I

of Ocala who hope that she will Their Ocala friends are deilghted to by her youngest son;' Potter home is to claim no cook is any goodij I '

J r. 'urn next winter. have them back again.. I Liddon. I until his wife teaches her. I I&iu ,:': fINO....NNN.NOIN..0.91/N6000NNINN/O.p.N1.




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i FRANK & HARRIS, Ocala, Florida.PINE. .

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'looks green to them. They pick at FLORIDA'S FRUIT GROWERS. 'in June and ship up to tire! beginningof 'la "ahoppm bag which is among rh. BEGGAR PRINCE CO. V i

his fingers> and want to devour him August. Then we pick another novelties of l&);. Indf**!. "freak. j

: for greens. William E. Curtis, one or the best from the late plants in October and would be a better term Than oovHn, Will Present "OIt etM," "Bifto of'j

A Good Chance for Some Ocala Peo- known newspaper writers and< who |November. The second crop, which is The bag ia made of a baby alligator' a Feather." and "CR'''''* of War s sMaAdyr J I

pie. i has almost covered the four cornersof 1 about 10 or 12 per cent. as large as skin and into the gaping mouth of ."
Proof of Merit.
!' the earth with printer's ink, is in the first, is a mystery. It was unknown the reptile are dropped madam's -

D Special cor. Ocala Banner: The proof of the merits of a plasteris [Florida and writes interestingly for ', until a few years ao. At the purse and her little pureha&ai. One The aaferly awaited ratnre lit jl' il

For several reasons, which I will the cures it effects, and the voluntary -,the Washington Star cf the great time of the 'great freeze' things got woman who carries a torgaett because l B.S.ar PrIMe Owes MMaaaav wi!; .. .,-

not mention here, I have been absent testimonials of those who have I fruit growing industry of the state ;I twisted somehow or other and 1+) or her vision is defective paM a most weieoaw ***** at the armor,
columns of the Banner for
from the
;used Alllock's Plasters daring the Jot fiowers. He says: : 12 per cent. of the plants were four yesterday with distinct fear at the aeit Taandajr, Friday ... Saf.r'a.!

some time. j past sixty years is unimpeachable evidence ,or five months late in bearing the outspread claw-like feet and the hideous i and Saturday atari.* On wh+r 1. *
The extremely dry weather is doingits I of their superiority and should Northern Florida has never entirely 'next year. And they have continued to head of one of these -aad...." eatWm rite foUowtaa ...... wu1' -

share of damage in this section. convince the most spektScal. Self- recovered from the 'big freeze' that 'be four or five months late every year,which sprawled in the lap of the woman KVM kAt wf Olivetti nPlkkaiMMAHa t' iU.t
n WCVv Ml. I MHvWW* *
The ground, generally Is too hard and ,: praise is no recommendation but,happened several years ago, and there :since, until now we look regufarly for opposite: her in a Broadway car. i a Pantherrlday aad Chim- fNonaaady

dry to be ploughed and what form certificates from those who have used -tare! many abandoned orchards whose :a second crop. The plants got in the "Don't get excited: the bag woa't I 101 Oatarday sad .-
a ftperi.it
stuff that has been has either
planted -
them are.Alicock's j owners have gone southward below. habit of bearing in October and thereis bite" said the owner. idiaa' and eaiMrta's _law .rI IM: < .
not come up or is suffering severe are the original and genuine the i frost bell! Orange growing is no way to prevent them from doing The craze for the "Teddy" bear Is : which will be aaaomead 'leer <

ly. The water places; in the cattle porous plasters and have never:'knot i 'an easy proposition,' experienced .ta. I about to put the doll trust out of i Air the old ffetorttea are Sfld!> :..
ranges are so scarce until the cattle ,been equaled by those who have,i people down there will tell you and '" commission. No little girl nor boy ia ,
m a. are going into all kinds of mucked' you safe against frosts now? tamed ia the east iaelodtac glen, noa -*
;.!sought to trade upon their reputation !more money has been lost than has the is with "Teddy
"No. A wise man will always make country happy out a a.MiM.
places never come for water out again.and many of them I i'by making plasters with holes in I been made in that business because ,:sure of his crop by protecting it from bear. It is the moot popular toy I RIta Merria Is the host .m V" --

Forest fires have been raging and : them Avoid substitutes as you would I finally so many terderfeet went into it orig. :I the frosts by screens of thin laths. next to the doll that has ever bees taat feamle .aiber. ....... all ,,'

besides the heavy losses to the turpentine 'counterfeit money.A I without knowing how. It looks !I i You saw mile after mile of these introduced and it bids fair to outrival priMiaie rotes la all the opera )(1.,
easy, but there is no more difficult
I screens from the car windows as you the doll in popularity with the little Maad S ott. a eharatia young lad\ -
farmer .
operators nearly
every farming. In the early days of the
has lost more less fencing. On ;name down the road. The lathes are I folks. I 1a new addittoa sal has a bee II"!i'.
or ,i : Florida boom multitude of north-I
violin made of .
matches is the
several occasions it has been necessary placed two or three inches apart and :lyric voice and reaches high t'prrfeet ..1, i\\
pains-taking work of Munich musician :erners came down and bought land form a son of roof for the entire field. Mr. J. M. Edmonson, of the Jacksonville ease.
to leave the fences to the
mercyof named Carl About thinking that all they had to do was
the flames while the people turned Wagner. ayear Screens are not absolutely necessary.A Development company. is a Harry I. Veih*. Fred Giddtax t''Si-'
';; their attention to saving buildings. was required to finish the instrument to plant a grove of orange seedlingsand man may have a dozen crops without :guest at the Ocala Hou e. This company I Nickte. Herbert Carr and other Th .
which is said to be sit on the porch and watch them
perfect them but has just bought a large tract of
Pine is beginning to come to the they guarantee a full I chonu U coapOMd of lOUd look!r..,
." front as a vegetable growing section. tune and about the average size. Ten I grow, but the impression has been I,crop, and wise farmers who can afford land on SummerSeld avenue and Mr. I young .ladie who can dance preta .
corrected. That does !
fallacy not |
large boxes of matches were used. The ex- the which is about Edmondson is here to took after their!
All we need Is a little branch mad to ; expense $tOO an and puce cleverly. All he nprsipre -<
ist longer, and, as a gentleman of i
bits of wood were first put on a cardboard any "
acre, will their interests. This land will be divided
connect with either Citra or the Ock- protect plants in that i eBt'd are of the ataadard or4. ".
long experience and a reputation for ,
frame and then joined.
'" lawaha river route. Some of your I Ii sagacity remarked yesterday, such I way. into lots and placed on the market with the exceptioa of Mrds of ,
Ocala capitalists would strike it rich I for sale. Feather which wa If..fidally _rit'-'..
I people have since found their vocationin "Good pineapple land costs all the
out here as there Is besides the j' for the Becar PrIMe tata acaM
vege- The latest accurate records of the raising chickens. ,
j :Mr S. S. of
Boyington. Orange .
; accord-ing'I' Admission to $I.4. Tie. sad 5i .'
tables a large tract of pine and ,
deaths and from railroad
cypress injuries
I .
"The tourist ia the most profitablecrop Lake, is in the city the guest of her i
.. timber to be put on transportation accidents in the United States is that I .Matinee SOr. ales ttc.
in Florida; pineapples come i:buy land for $5 an acre upward, but brother Mr. F. W. Kunze. at his homeon .
lines. There would be practically for January. It shows according to next and then grapefruit. In a few ,'if a farmer wants to be successful he North Magnolia street. She ha*

no grading to either route and ihe Collier's Weekly, that 123 persons years the grapefruit orchards will ex- ':I had better pick the best soil he can :!also been on a visit to hr sister. Mr( *. Pink at Sliver Sprigs.
rlght-of-way can be had for the ask: I were killed and more than 240 hurt. teed the oranges. The industry is increasing :'find. It costs about $500 an acre all P. L. Billingsley who U quite sick -

ing.Our public school closes The wrecks included twenty-three collisions very rapidly. Four times as around to buy the land, clear it. set i at her home at Oak. We are plwsed Mra. D. W. ToapUM Md her ,.:
for Friday. eighteen derailemnts and I out the plants and harvest the first to learn that Mrs. Billing*)*? i* im .tr. Mia Jute Stutt of Oraf LkMn -..
try a term ev-ery
may summer
provided .
three fires and explosllns-forty.four
: crop, which as I have told"you, comes I proving. ,
Caritoa. Mrs. Mrs. W
we can contract for a teacher. Whata accidents in all. : Bnrtm. SDWM.
cry for good school teachers is going ;, I I "There is more money In grapefruit 'the second year. The first year you and qk a .other uf others<<

out all over the country! Thereis i According to communications received |lit sells for $", a crate while oranges get nothing. You have to fertilize Rev. Sam J. White, who has he .n enjoyed aa all day picafe at 31i1Spring.

something wron We must pay in Washington, the object of j sell for $?, 8? 1 it takes fewer grape- 'twice a year, which costs about $60.I .conducting a splendid meeting at Bar- :. ,..**.,. The wather nun T|

teachers in keeping with other wages the dispute between Nicaragua and 'fruit to fill a crate. Therefore a man ,an acre, and a 2.j-acre farm will cost !,tow for the past two weeks" pavi ; Is dttiufttl and a dry ..... ia tiu "J

or we can't get them. Hut we must; Honduras which is threatening the !can get more boxes off a tree. The ond.you $10 and an acre for labor. The sec- :. through Ocala Tuesday afteraooa returning wood and oe the river to eWHdlnlil

have schools. peace of all Central America: originated grapefruit country lies between Ilocki subsequent crops will cost to Mclntosh. He 'U joined enjoyable and those who were IB -'1' f t
STANLKY.sf'KTKU in the theft of a mule. Official i ledge and Miami and on Merritt island :in the neighborhood of $110 an are, here by his wife, who halt been in I crowd spent the tine la vartuuf I pits; /,
: but a man who understands the business Ocala during his abi4' cf'I
of in
the ministers and is plenty room ant way
notes were exchanged by -
realize lOuO acrE'f"
of affairs of the two that district for it to grow. -
foreign countries -
ter the plants have ceased to bear, -
I ended In "It takes fen years a grapefruitorchard
and the
quarrel finally
that is, when they have produced from
; to bear and a good pineapple
The Ladies' Improvement Society, a war'V ;!farmer can pick eight crops while the six to nine pineapples, we plow them i S SEE i i

of Lake Weir will give an ice crean ![grapefruit man is waiting. And there under and set out new suckers. The
and strawberry supper on the lawn or AldermanatLarge.Mr. ''is a bug waiting for every grapefruitand old plants make the very best of fer-
Louis W. Duval. of
one our -
I pop.ular
Mrs. C. C. Clements' home the tilizer. The land will not newt any
Saturday young attorneys. is now al,ier- for every orange all along
night; to raise funds; to help build the I man-at-large for pcala. ,line. Eternal vigilance is the priceof other for a year or two.ew York

large; dock which is under construction The election was held Tuesday and a crop of oranges or grapefruitj but Packer.: Gadson's {

at this place. the election officers were Messrs. D. 'a pineapple Is too tough to die young --- !

Mrs. C. K. McDonnolds and daughter. A. Miller W. I.. Dilon and W. O. :and has no natural enemies. FASHION NOTES BY MARIE CABOT ct c
: Edith, who have been visiting Massey.Mr. 'Who introduced the pineapplehere
Mrs. If. W. Henry for the past two Duval i is a progressive and hustling ?' I asked. Plain tucked waists with knit'e- ......4..N...4.4....44...4..................N.4
months left Wednesday for their and will make 'Thomas Richards:;, of Paterson, pleating down the front are acknowledged i
young man a
home at Hot Springs Va. splendid member of the council.Mr. =:. J.. came down here in 18s.o and the most chic thing for
Mr. J. H. Urodford) and family returned tried to raise pineapples on the seashore spring. Any number of these pretty I

to Nashville today after thirty miles above Palm Beach. i waists are shown in pale blue, pink Easter Display I !
Halsey 1!. Ifulse. who for the '
spending the winter at their cottageon He failed because the soil wasn'tadapted ,and lavender lawns and muslins. The J
past eight months has been at Cor-
the Lake. to the plant. After two years' .knife-pleating is detachable making ;
Mr. ( nell with Iheort }('rn & Sonthenr it easier to and in : :
; loorge Thompson has just completed of experiments he moved over to the launder fact can
) a beautiful twenty-two footlaurich. Lumber company, of which his cousin. mainland, planted again and this time be worn a long time as this part of :
I .4 t14 44N......N.......... .
which he'will use on t the lake Mr. K. C. Welsh, is the manager will was remarkably successful, but there the waist does not soil easily. .............. 4
for leave soon for his home at Stanhope. Tailored in linen shirts
B pleasure boat were no transportation facilities down styles are J
z The orange groves are in full bloom N. J. Mr. Hiiise has quite a number here in those days and he had to sail jto he very stylish this season. Ladies' Shirt

and the prospect for an immense crop of friends In, Ocala among the young; up Indian river as far as Titusville to At net and lace counters an increased : Waists Very Latest

is favorable people, who are sorry that he will no get his fruit on a train. There was i demand for butter color and ecru :
longer make his home in this section.
Judge Alex W>nne had a turkey no competition, however and they nets is reported. : t

come off the nest last Sunday (St. brought him from $8 to $10 a crateof I The newest feature of the short: Styles i

Patrick's day) with a most remarkable FOR RENT. thirty pineapples. The original waist this season is the broad should I

brood of green turkeys The seed were from the Bahamas. I er effect, a revival of the Gibson mod i j

Judge says the most remarkable feat New corner store In Ocala. "They usually plant 14.000 to the ,el. I

.' 7 ure of the turkeys Is that everything 3-1 T. H. WALLIS I acre from suckers that come out from Persian organdies, while of small; 4:9c to S5.OO

-. )I the bottom of the apple. There is no II cost, seem destined for all sorst of I

.................N.N.NT ......................... seed. The plant looks like a cactus, dainty effects.and then These flowered.are barred or
: .t and I understand it belongs! to that plaided
family. The fruit grows right out of Panama weaves are in mixtures- Each
: + the center of a short stall It takes stylish checks plain and broken- ,

: two years for plants to bear, and if over plaid effects and stripes in fashionable

1 they are well cared for the yield will tan and gray combinations.
Our New
be about lU.OOu pineapples to the acre, Bordered gingham from Scotland' is Spring Hats for Easter Wear are Hire* for 1'rl u\l

i NNNOUNCEMENT i which will sell for an average of :3 I carrying all before it. Such an innovation Women and Children. Latest Shapes With

cents each f. o. b. on t the cars at any was not known years, and Fancy Bands and College Pins.
.0 e station along the East Coast railroad. every woman who sees it starts a-
Buyers some here from all parts of I planning new frocks "with borders." You must see them to know I

I the country-from Cleveland. Pitts- The newest wrinkle is the waist set, their value.LowiShoes .

e burg, Buffalo, Detroit, Kansas City, consisting of a little yoke of color --
BSSfHEHHFl Omaha and even as far off as Denver with collar and cuffs to match. Theseare

as well as from the New York and used on white waists of sheer ma
e. Chicago markets."It terial.It ; Our Easter

i HAVING JUST OPENED OUR requires as much brains to raise: is a triumph of stripes. Last rjefman es. ,,

: t pineapples as it does to raise oranges season checks and plaids queened over -
oranjthing, else although the crop is the country. Now stripes supercede -

: DELOUEST BUILDING WEST OF not so delicate and it is not s-o: much them, though many members of Oxford TIes

.; : THE COURT HOUSE WE IN. : exposed to pests. A first class farmer the plaid family are wonderfully ad are bullion Oxford liitinw4

will get nine pineapples off each mired.
i VITE OUR FRIENDS AND THE : in the "igUem fit natural
plant one a year before replanting; There is a distinct change
PUBLIC GENERALLY TO CALL but the average farmer will not get styles of lingerie blouses this season. ly cna' Comlof't-fr' T

AND SEE US. WE HANDLE ALL tHIGH more than five or six. That is about The sleeves are still short and even ably. are here in

j the way they run through;: the coun shorter than last year. being merely W'P'
GRADE WINES LIQUORS try. There are now about 12/mo acres tiny puffs with a deep cuff above the k Blue

BEERS CIGARS ETC. WE ALLOW e in pineapples lying on both sides of elbow and finished with a very narrow line of _i; ,
NO MISREPRESENTATION OF the Florida East Coast railway for a ruffle. A great deal of the trim- Ld1e .:

distance of about thirty-five miles, ming consists of Italian filet lace ;1'L' White
GOODS. Black
, e north and south of Palm Beach, and white baby Irish and heavy appliquesalso stet I' -
r YOURS FOR SQUARE DEALING, e nearly every farm is owned and cultivated form a good part of the trimming.

by northern men. Some of them Voiles and veilings are already being -2.-- and
- .. stay down there only a part of the made up for the south, and thisis ---r:7 z 1; ,

year when the crop needs looking after a fairly! good sign that they are destined -

from April to August. Then they to be fashionable for another

e leave the place in charge of one of season. There are few plain voiles; .

the: hands. All the pineapple plantations all have stripes, checks or figures of THE Id -

Gala line e we now have here are descendants some sort. For a coat and skirt costume -
from Richards original acre t voile is delightfully: cool and,

and the crop is worth at least $100.000 t besides, making a smart looking cos

a year. The Industry grew ,'enlow. tume. Voile must always be made up

H. J. PRECHT, Prop. e ly at first until the railroad went over silk and therefore is not so good OCALA

i through in 1903. The acreage quadrupled for a morning dress as foulard or real BAZAAft1tOriginators f

that year, just as soon as the stlk....

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"We begin to pick the regular crop getting severe shocks at the sight oft ( in Ocala Counters."v .

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f'r|. Sara Eiizaicth: Harris, Lccel Editor. Mrs. Alice Cline and Miss Pansy MESSAGE OF THE WILD VIOLET.!MISS SARA WHITFIELD WEDS MRS. ABE BROWN GIVES A BEAU. -- 4

: I Souter went to Weirsdale Saturday I MR ELLIS WINSTON. TIFUL ST. PATRICK'S DAY 1

,afternoon to play for a dance at the j Wild violets are in bloom. This PARTY. MAN-A-LIN

r- SOCIAL AND PERSONAL. 'Lakeside hotel that night. Miss j) announcement will enkindle various I

i Souter will spend a few days at the :sentiments< in the breast of various |From last Friday's Daily. Mrs. Abe Brown-, one of Ocala's ,

ILake with Mr. and Mrs. Chambliss be- 'people.] The lover of the beautiful in I Very simple and quiet was the wed- charming matrons jj j
If entertained about 1jpF
, Mrs. W. D. Graham: came home Sat- Ifore returning home. 'mature is reminded that spring with Iding of Miss Sara Whitfield and Mr. fifty of her married friends at a very

I urday from a short visit with relatives !,her myriad delights stands upon the Cornelius Ellis Winston, which was pleasant and original "at home on MADE

i in the Fellowship neighborhood. Olivette at the Armory Thursday j(threshold' of the immediate future. solemnized at eight o'clock last night. Friday afternoon. '

March 21. The I farmer knows that his busiest I Rev. Charles! C. Carroll performingthe The decorations and all appointments ILOMriI5 !

.t.iS; May Cork, of Orange Lake, I 'season is at hand, and improves each ceremony.
I Miss Etta Merris, supported by the : of the party were in white and
came down! Friday afternoon to :precious hour from dawn till darkness The wedding occurred at the home i
I Beggar Prince Opera company, including green in memory of St. Patrick, Irelands 1
ppend a few days visiting Mrs. E. P. I falls. The orchardist sees in his "of the bride's mother, Mrs. Jennie
I Mr. Harry LaVelle, in the leading j! patron saint, whose birthdayis
Thagard! and family. mind's eye the broad acres of white (Whitfield on Fort King
; avenue, and the
I tenor role, and Miss Maud Scott, seventeenth of March and verycleverly
I land pink blossoms, followed by sum- was witnessed by about twenty of the
prima donna, will be the attraction :j indeed was this idea executed
Miss Fannie Clark we..t up to Sparr mer's I ripening fruit. intimate friends of Mr. Winston and
at the armory for three nights and a i throughout Mrs. Brown's beautiful
dTriday to spend the wtck-cnd with 'i I The denizen of the malarial zone bliss Whitfield. There were no elab-
matinee. home. The Brown residence I is a lovely
her sister! Mrs. Souter.Dr. 'jsees a different picture through themists orate decorations but the ,
Starting Thursday, March :21, the } one, the furnishings being particularly
of oncoming weeks. His vision I where the
ceremony took place was
opening attraction being "Olivette, j artistic and handsome and r
and Mrs. H. C. Spocn-.r anC I.is! of the ague and quinine bottle. His filled with numerous vases of lovely .
one of those creations that "age can- | Friday afternoon the rooms were filled
daughter of Stanton-on-Lake-Wcir.: [eyes wander to the friendly sapling j roses and fragrant violets and the furnishings '
not wither" nor custom stale its re- { many of Ocala's charming and
and Dr. W. R. 0. Veal, of Martel, ";ere fined variety. The vim-filled chorus, (|'I whose trunk he held m desperate em- of the room were tastefully distinguished women. 1 j
Ocala's visitor j i brace last his I
among Friday : as raking[arranged.
the lines that sparkle together with Mrs. Brown wore a lovely white
!:frame, contorted by the frantic At the hour
: prox- appointed for the mar-
the chorus delight its patrone. III II silk gown and to further carry out the
of his affection writhed and
Rev. W. R. Lambert went to Mclntosh The chorus of this company is oner(I!ysms riage-eight o'clock-the bride and St. Patrick conceit she wore a gn-en

Saturday and preached a temperance of the delightful features, being pi- ,twisted in agony afflicted untold. I the groom quietly took their places girdle and sash.Receiving .
I And there's the man with the hairless between the folding doors connectingthe Ccpjrtcbt l**,If TU Mkuia Co.
i-ermon at that place Sun- quent, dainty and full of vim; wearing : with Mrs. Brown was 1
head. The first note of spring hall and the parlor and in few
embellished with Mrs. G. F.
day. stunning gowns, | Armstrong, of Savannah,
!conjures for those ancient enemies, minutes Excellent Remedy for
up they were pronounced man
floods of soft light effects.Mr. who was handsome in old rose crepede 1
Mr. R. W. Erwin, the popular Fred Godding, comedian, will."!twin i allies in dark development, the and wife by Mr. Carroll. Both the chene. In the rear: of the ball Mrs. 1

teacher at Berlin, was among: the: visItors i housefly'i and mosquito. for winter bride and the groom were unattended. ,I
jbe] seen in the principle comedy role Jack Camp and Mrs. B.V.. Minims! received -
to Ocala on Saturday. and is said to be remarkably clever. ;i\!peace has failed to blot! from memory the former being lovely in la CONSTIPATIONAnd
i recollection of the daylight torment of Miss :
s His "Goo-Goo" song, with the aid of :r I .iiineld wore a simple white vendar and the latter in white and
I Mrs. Paul C. Davis has returned to '(!the one and the other's nightly inqui-j linen lingerie frock and was a veryj
t the pretty girls is one that always green. After: pleasantly chatting with
i \ Tampa after spending a few days in :sition.
\ : brings rounds of applause. The j charming and self-possessed bride. the ladies in the hall the guests next the Many Ailments
;i i't t" Otala, the guest of Mrs. Shuey.; And that of woman? She-the last : After the ceremony congratulationsand
'4k "Moon Man" and others of the whistl- (spent a few moments in the dining
,one of her-clasps her hands in an ec- best wishes were extended the Resulting Therefrom.
I" i ing kind are introduced throughout room. Mrs. Thomas Sexton sat at
Mr. and Mrs. Z. C. Chambltes went .I stacy of delightful anticipation. The couple the
l all the operas. The company consists young guests remainingfor the table and poured tea, which with Useful In
down Lake Weir after- millinery openings! The Paris shapes! several hours Overcoming
to Saturday and
and stitch J spending a very
I. of fourteen people every : wafers was passed by Mrs. W. W.
: coon to spend a few days. lof scenery is carried for each pro- 'I The delicious rivalry and Irreconcilable ]-!ipleasant and jolly evening with Mr. Condon. Both of these ladies also

E !iductioa. Admission, nights, $1 75c. i!i' jealousies so dear to woman'sheart land Mrs. Winston. j swore white and green. On the table Colds and Headaches
Mr. and Mrs. Volt, of Chattanooga j And the new: dresses, with joy During the evening little Miss
Land\ 50c. Matinee: 25 and, 50 cents 'of j' I was an exquisite drawn work cover
Tenn., are visiting their cousins, Mr. \ buying, filing and finally of wear1 1 Ethel Haycraft and Miss Myrtle
Seats on sale' Tuesday. !i.! over green satin and the centerpiecewas
fend Mrs. Arthur Hardaker at their !,ing. Whitfield rendered lovely music anda filled with Requiring a
I a pretty jardanier
"' attractive little home at Martel.] !!I The fisherman must have a look at very attractive buffet was
, House Party at the E. H. Mote Grove. supper Shamrock and Shamrock leaves were
, I __ :I:his favorite rods, and goes prospecting served to the guests.Mr. scattered over the cloth with an occasional LAXATIVETo
Rev. P. C. Edwards, managing editor -I '! in his neglected bait bed. The iceman and Mrs. Winston were the recipients
A pleasant event which will be enjoyed snake crawling through the
of the Southern Baptist Witness, I begins to brighten, and the loyal of quite a number of lovely
about of Mrs. E. H. leaves. The covers on the ,
by twenty
arrived in Ocala Saturday; from De- Mote's friends will be the house party (:]'i baseball man hugs himself for very ,j presents among the handsomest being sideboard and buffet were all over Dispel Them. It Hasa
Land. joy! each morning when he realizes chest of
I a silver from the house
which she will give at the Mote grove :'that I "it's grttu and lovely green plants and Gentle Action on the
I one day nearer. for which the groom travels. There
I Miss Pauline Sullivan, who has benvisiting l I1 near Leesburg, within a fortnight. : As ever before, "a young man's I were other: beautiful pieces of silver. white flowers were used in all the

Mrs. W. T. Alsop at DunEdin, j i i The only guests from Jacksonville ;i!fancy lightly turns to thoughts of'cut glass and bric-a-brac evidencing the :rooms..
B. Ford and : Mrs. E. L. Carney and Mrs. Charles KIDNEYS I.IVER
Mrs. W.
te Mr. and
I will : "
St. Petersburg j and work has the first
and Miss Clara Gray, at ,:love. begun on popularity] of the young couple. ,
the.' rest of the party will include five (i I Rheinauer asked the guests into the
three weeks. bird
for the past re- nests. Mrs. Winston has to
I tnrmd home Saturday. J friends from Pennsylvania, and aj I j t If you fail to catch the inspiration womanhood in this city grown and is young back parlor, where all were seated -AND-
I (number from Ocala] and vicinity. : and given very attractive little scorecards
,for' spring's reville, go out and pluck sessed of sweet and charming manners I
1 Mr. Dcmpsy Mayo will have charge j, They will leave on the 21st and will I II i painted with Shamrocks and
Ia wild violet.-Alban, (Ga.) Herald. and has the happy faculty of easilyjwinu.ng BOWELS.THE
: tied with ribbon, the tiny .
I Messrs. Weir & Dickson's new store, |>spend the 22nd at Ocala and Silver : friends. She is popular with green
Springs, reaching the grove on the'; also being green. A large num-
in the store'
I is to be
w FOOD opened
I yen The Card Club Entertained. both old and and her host of
e ijt qf Messrs. Munroe and Chamfpli.I :23rd, and enjoying a bird supper and young ber of packages all tied in green were MAN-A-LiN CO.
or bank. (j fish-fry there. Quite a number of the members of friends are greatly interested in her passed around and simply by feeling ,

: ) i t The house party will be a very jov-,tbe Young Ladies' Card Club do not i.happiness/' them the guests were asked to guess
I play during lent, but the club has; i Though comparatively stranger COLUMBUS, OHIO, U. s. A.
'ial one, for the grove is one of the j the contents. This diversion: provedto
WANTED.-Two colored men, cf handsomest! in that section, and will,I been kept up all during the lenten ,' Mr. Winston has made many friends be quite entertainin and kept the

pleasing appearance and address, to be beautiful with orange blossoms season and for those who do play the( 'in i Ocala during his stay here. He 'ladies very busily guessing and surmising 1 1

represent me in Florida.] Permanent I and yellow with fruit.-Saturday's !:meetings of this popular club have!'jtravels' for the Hutchinscn Shoe com- for some minutes. Eventually!

position, good pay and rapid, advancement Times-Union. indeed been very enjoyable. jli pany, cf Jacksonville, and is one of Mrs. Bernard Seligman and Mrs. F. I During the recent visit of the local 1

to the right men. ,i The meetings have necessarily been',that firm's best Known and most com- G. B. Weihe succeeded in guessing editor to Havana Cuba, she met several I

f Address, '"M.' care of this ra The Daughters Entertained. smaller, but nevertheless! most pas.! jptteii young salesmen. He is a man them all and on cutting for the prizeit former Ocala citizens, among J.J.th
', 3-13-2td Itw ant. of quiet and unassuming manners and ( number being Mr. J. T. Cleveland, .
per I The monthly meeting of the DicldI +| was won by Mrs. Weihe. She
Chapter, U. D. C., was held with j Saturday afternoon Miss Valeta Pother Iin I i winning Miss uitfield for his wife was presented with a copy of the a brother of Marshal G. W. Cleveland,

:Mr. Charles! L. Moore and his daughter -I Mrs. J. H. Livingston, sr., Saturday t[' was the club's hostess and as aU[ I he is to be congratulated.The "Lady of the Lake" handsomely boundin of Ocala. Mr. Cleveland H a contractor -1

Miss Clara Moore, are at home afternoon. ;,'her parties are happy occasions it is Ocala! Banner unites with the green leather. and builder and his office is locate

from New Orleans, where they havej I{I There were present quite a number'needless ro add that her guests spenta J many other friends of the bride and After the contest chicken salad, ed at 109 Prado one of the best locations t

been visiting their son and brother, of the numbers and Mrs. Gary, pre- pleasant afternoon with her. !groom in hoping that their future will Irish potato chips, salted nuts and wafers in the rity. When asked if he 1

Mr. Clarence Moore and his family. !'sided.I Those present were Mrs. Arthur({always be bright and happy. were served followed by cream liked living in Cuba he said that that j

Miss Moore has been away all win-j I There was an unusual amount of :1 Hardaker and her guest. Mrs. Voilt of"j j I I Mr. and Mrs. Winston are now at and cake. The cream was served in country is a pretty hard proposition I

ter and Mr. Moore went to New Orleans ;business before the meeting: and afiter Chattanooga< Miss Hattie Dye andjl I j home to their friends with the latter's I green ramekins and was ornamentedwith for Americans, but thai he is doing

a few weeks ago. it had been attended to the matter'ti her 1 1jcf guest, Miss Edna Cushing. of i'mother i Mrs. Whitfield, on Fort King I green mints and the white cakes well and is satisfied but that he expects j
East Miss Susie Johnson, ofAsheville f!venue. rome day to return to the statesto
t i holding a rummage sale in the near.l;. Orange, ; were iced in green.
'Ir. Carter H. Dame returned home j' 'Ii I I live. We also mot on the streets
future was discussed. A committee Mrs. G. F. Armstrong, ofj I II Ii i I The fifty or more guests who were
l jturday morning from Jacksonville! i Mr. A. D. Hobenls, who Tome years I
was appointed for this purpose and : !Savannah, Misses Sarah )lcCreery,({I !Miss Sue Anderson Entertains the ;! present at Mrs. Brown's unique party
;bt're he attended the convention of they will meet next week to organize ,,Alice Bullock, Sara and Louise Har- ;i i Tc Up will remember with a great deal of ago was a compositor oo the Ocala ';
Date Card Club.
the Woodmen of the World. It wasa for this sale the proceeds of which >ris, Annie Davis, Mrs. E. T. Helven- !, I pleasure the afternoon with her. I Banner. Me is a Brooksvllle man originally .

big convention and the delegates all will be added to the monument fund. :ston i Mrs. W. H. Powers. Mrs. W. T. | i I and with his family has been
elected |i Friday afternoon Miss Sue Anderson living in Havana for several 't'ars.
bad royal time. Mr. Dame was )
a (Gary and Mrs. M. J. Roess.
-1 This fund is steadily increasing and Chamberlain's is Both
very pleasantly entertained the Cough Remedy !'He has *plen to the national a one
alternate delegate I for white
{ The prize points, a lovely
|before very long Dickison Chapter I Agreeable and Effective.
Date Card Club. She
Up to +
Jamestown was assisted ;the largest Cuban in that
convention which meets at nwpapers
'Swiss sewing was won by Mrs.
hopes to be able to erect a veryhandsome I I
. next month. monument. 'Armstrong, and a pretty white lace I by her guest, Miss Thurber Chamberlain's Cough Remedy has jclt). The paper prints one page in
'fan for the highest number of games, for coughs colds and English. Mr. Hotxrds is very much
Mrs. Livingston served a salad and[ | no equal croup
Among the visitors to Ocala Saturday coffee course to her guests after the was won by Miss Davis. In the large dining room, which and the fact that it is pleasant to pleased wit.. .avana and his pros.

F we noticed Mr. David Beck, of business meeting had been adjourned.Mr. 'I Mrs. Gary will entertain the club !was decorated with cut flowers, there take and contains nothing in any way pects and will) continue to make his

Cottage Hill, and Mr. and Mrs. S. Friday afternoon.ST. were arrayed fourteen tables and the injurious has made it a favorite with home there. Both of these gentlemenwere

; Whittier -I very fascinating game of whist was mothers. Mr. W. S. Pelham, a merchant very much interested in Ocala
Lovell of Rev. True
Sparr, W. B. Crawford, who is connected
and Mr. Wm. Dellon. of Belleview]] with the Pensacola Journal, spent PATRICK'S DAY. 'played for several hours. The scores ( of Kirksville, Ia., says: "For and asked many I were marked by Miss Lillian Thagard. more than twenty years Chamberlain's friends he-re.
Mr. and Mrs. J. E. Stevens and baby "Saturday afternoon in Ocala. Mr. been
Miss Edna Dozier won the first prize, Cough Remedy my
of Crystal River. The latter were ;Crawford is also a young lawyer in i> Sunday was the seventeenth day of leading remedy for all throat troubles.It .
I .a silver blotter and the booby was Dr. D.:1. Carter and wife, of Bristol
returning home from a visit to relatives 'Pensacola and is a very clever young j-March and is popularly] known as St.Patrick's is especially successful in cases of
{ won by Miss Annie Mathews. Tenn., are Ku-sts of the Arms
in different parts of the county. man. He accompanied the press as- )! day. Souvenirs of sham- croup. Children like it and and my
sociation to Key West and Havana ;:rocks, Ireland's national flower, are Refreshing pineapple sherbert and customers who have used it will not I House. They have been spending the

Miss Lillian Wright, of Macon. Ga.. and enroute home is stopping over at worn and green ties, sashes, etc., are:!cake was served. take any other." For sale by all druggists past two months at Crystal River, and
I Those present were Mrs. W. Alsop, m the doctor fays that place cannot be
*Ao has been the attractive guest! of a number of the principal cities of I'supposed to be donned on this day by
of Owensboro Ky., :Miss: Bessye Porter surpassed as a fishing resort. Aftera
,tftr cousin, Miss Alice Bullock, fortbe the state. He is the son of Secretary all true Irishmen. Death of William Schoeflin.The i
Miss Edna Dozier, Miss Eloise few wf-fkg stopover in Oeala and
few weeks left Friday Crawford. | Patrick was the patron saint of Ire-
past rJH.i of his birth is !Miller, Miss Grace Hatchell, Miss Anna following from the Tampa Tribune Citra Dr. and Mrs. Carter will returnto
land. The place un-
White She will spend !Fevt ,
Springs. I Mixson, Miss Edna Nelson, Miss will be of interest to a numberof I Il their Tennese( home, to be withus
oral weeks in that city with the fair.-' Mr. Fred Gaskill, who has made his; 'certain but the time was about 372 citizens especially the older]
I our ,
I' .Louise Scott, Miss Alice Bullock, Miss again next They have been
of her uncle. Burton Bullock, before ;home [ or 373. At the age cf sixteen he was l
arrived in
ily in Asheville, X. C., but after Vic Raysor, Miss Leafy Sylvester, ones, as Mr. Schoeflin resided in visiting Florida for the past right or
carried to Ireland a captive
k; returning to Macon. i Ocala Saturday and will spend several ;' He :Miss Lillian Thagard, Miss Annie Ocala for a number of years up to nine years and have bwn all over
____ six months escaped to Scotland.
i f I weeks with friends and relativeshere I second time and :1 Davis, Miss Louise Harris and Miss!,about twelve years ago. He came to the state, and the doctor doer that hesitate
a Miss Mabel Frynodls, of Watertown, tad at Candler. Mr. Gaskill went was carried off a 1'Ocala the civil and
; ;I become 'Thurber Gore.Jackson'ile's.. just after war, to say that this Is the bast sec
Ohio. was a visitor to Ocala Friday. I to Xorth Carolina for the benefit ofi f ;again escaped. He then decided to -i( ;'operated a hack line between this I Iii' tion he has ever visitM.

She had been at Dunnellon visitingher !his health and his friends are delight-'!i a missionary the Irish and I j'place and Tampa before the railroadswere i
made aj new amusement park, ii'
sister, Mrs. Carl Schneider, forseveral I ed to know that he is'er) much ,;after a long built.
"Dixieland] ; is deal Mr. H. E. Partridge sting
He preached the gospel with creating a great I reprer
. weeks and was on her way tot i improved. (!bishop. I! "William Schoeflin, one of the best
the Bee Lino to
such extraordinary effect that he was of favorable comment. It was openeda Steamship was town 4
Cornell for a short visit with Mrs. C. of Ybor died at
I known citizens City,
the credit of first introducing week ago and has some splendid at-! I Friday calling on our business men
H. Schneider and Miss Elsa Schneider. I- I C. A. Marks, of Ocala, has returned I given Christianity into Ireland although in tractions. DeWolf Hopper and his excellent -10 a. m., Thursday after a brief Illness )- in the interest of his line. Tht'Beeis

Ito that city, after a visit to his wife, at his home on Seventh avenue. i
-. (reality he was not the first. But his company in "Happyland"- a new line established Jaauary 1,
who is here for a few days as a guest For a long time he conducted a little
I death converted almost the entire is- "Wang" have been the chief attract and has for Its southtm'!'us

While in Jacksonville several days of her parents, Mr. and Irs. T. B. El- I land to the faith. '-.::S during the past week and drew grocery and fruit store on Seventh Brunswick, Ga. At peat it I. operating'frora <

ago we had the pleasure of ,meeting lis, sr. He was accompanied as far Saint Patrick gave the lands be-,crowded houses. The buildings, etc.,' avenue. He was a German by birth, that city to New York. An

Mr. L. L. Meiggs, formerly one of as Waldo by Mrs. Marks, who returned stowed on him for the foundation of "Dixieland" are attractively arranged -but his friends were not alone con- agency will shortly t? e\&tabH&ed in

the most popular citizens of Orange on the evening train. Mr. Marksis churches cloisters for both sexes and cfj and the grounds are brilliant- fined in his nationality, and today, the f Ocala for the Bee Use of wbfeh we
Springs. Mr. Meiggs is now in the a clever conductor of the Seaboard. numerous monastic schools. He was'ly and beautifully illuminated with. funeral, which will take place from (shall have more to say later.

naval stores business and has been Gainesville Sun.Worked zealous for the suppression ci' myriads of electric lights, which by the Cone undertaking parlors, will be I,,

very successful along that line. He very slavery and did much good during the way were put in by Mr. R. E. attended by a great host of sorrowing: i iI i l Miss Daisy D ke.! woo earn up to

has an elegant home in Jacksonville Like a Charm. I entire lifetime and his memory is Yonge. jr., formerly of this city. "Dixieland' acquaintances. The funeral was con-f!{'attend tbe wedding cf Lwoaain. Miss
his I
and is charmed with living in thatcUy. Mr. D. X. Walker, editor of that revered by the Irish. is thronged with visitors every -I ducted by Hillsborough Lodge Masons!!;Sara Whitfield and Mr. C. E. Wiatson.Jon ,
the Enterprise, Louisa. greatly
Mrs. Mrs. Meiggs was just home spicy journal"I, nail in footlast afternoon and night and is already -at 9:30 Friday morning. i j Thursday night returned to Tarn-
visit of several weeks with her Va., says: ran a my I Schoeflin leaves two sons in i!
from a week and at once applied Buck- Fine Brood Mares. a veritable Coney Island. It Mr. ipa yesterday afternoon. She will re-

t :jjother at Lochioosa.Mr. len's Salve. No inflammation followed is proving a very popular resort for Ohio and one son Mr. Henry Schoef-j'main, with relatives in that city for a

; the salve simply healed the We have just gotten in a car load Jacksonville people and for the people lin, in Tampa to whom we extend our I I'couple i cf weeks longer before returning -

-r, A. J. Albriton, one cf Marion's wound." Heals every sore, burn and of the finest brood mares ever brought all over the state who pass sympathies. !<, to her home at Tnomasville, Ga.

successful farmers in the Daisy sect skin disease. Guaranteed at Tydings to the state. and to see them is to ad- through the city to and from their I I

tlon, was among our pleasant callers & Co., druggists. 25 cents. m mire them. We will sell them at homes. Hon. J. M. Barrs, of Jacksonville Rheumatic Pains Relieved.B. Will Preach Commencement Sermon.

r Friday afternoon. He reports everything very reasonable prices. Come and and is the principal promoter of F. Crocker, esq., now 84 yearsof Rev. Charles C. Carroll of this city

in a prosperous condition in thatpart The Commoner sarcastically and insinuatingly look them over at "Dixieland." age, and for twenty years Justiceof has been invited to preach the com

f' (;.; of the county. Mr. Albriton's remarks: "Speaker Cannon MARION FARMS STABLES, the peace at Martinsburg. Iowa, mencement sermon at the Stetson

special business in the city was for and a committee of fifty congress- sx Ocala Fla. Harriman says that he sold bondsto writes: "I am terribly afflicted with Vniterslty. DeLand on May the 26tb.

the purpose of making out papers men wi. ._-i to Panama to investigate A big supply of sealing wax and get money to pay dividends. Miller right sciatic hip.rheumatism I have in used my three left arm bottles and This is quite an honor to one of

..d- transferring a tract of his timber land, progress on the canal. We hope corks for sealing syrup bottles and worked the same game in New of Chamberlain's Pain Balm and it Ocala's distinguished preachers and

.for which he received a very handsome they will not clog up the ditch with 'jars. ,York a few years ago and was sent did me lots of good. For sale by all we know that Mr. Carroll will deliver
price. bottles and corks. j TYDINGS & CO. I to Sing Sing. druggists. m a splendid sermon at that tixe.rJj .

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!JAn Interesting Letter From Ouri I The Metropolitan Band Render Splen ". A. Spencer L. E. UnzAnnouncement J. {

n i i Washington Correspondent The Ii I did Music at the Armory Friday ,

I| Big Stick Greatly Feared by Night.
1 '
f r Republican Members. I I
Alarioi) Hardware Conpijy j Several weeks ago the Metropolitanband I

of Ocala was re-organized and
j Special cor. Ocala Banner: I I
Mr. Albert Gerig made leader. There We have just purchased the splendidly equipped
Washington, D. C.. March 1-1
I quite number of new members;j the and Cline
I witnessed the death of five congresses were a I' machinery plant of Yonge Company
-HEADQUARTERS land the death of the fifty-ninth con added to the roster of the band and and solicit a share of the repair work of Marion and
since the first of March they have'been :
I egress was very little different from We make of
faithfuUand j adjoining counties. a repairing
!those that have preceded it. very a
: !! American Wire Fencing, It was marked in the early days of diligently! for the benefit concert' steam pumps, gas engines. etc.
which they at the Friday !-II III I
I gave armory
its last session with the same laziness Let us quote you prices.
Sash, Doors and Blinds and disinclination to work as all I night. II
Under Mr. Gerig's able
the others and the same rush and mad leadership J

Paints. Oils and, Varnishes, (scramble to push things through, inclosing ;the band has made marvelous strides) Ocala Gas Engine
!in direction and their
an upward music -
the hours. And nothing, as has i I I
; Mill and Mining Supplies, marked previous congresses of the !' on this occasion was thoroughly :
will be used
enjoyable. *h- proceeds
republican variety so much became I CompanyMcMillan
Turpentine Snpplies, the last congress as its death. I for the purchase of new music and ,

I As ? friend of mine wrote me not new instruments and during the sum L h..J .
Improved Farming Tools I mer months the band will delight our I ;:1 7-
long ago: "Please sent me all the \ '
:citizens with air
frequent open concerts
eulogies pronounced on dead members'of
GET OUR PRICES which are always delightful ._ _._ .. .
congress that you can. There is I -- -- --- --- -- -- - -
:nothing I like so much to read about I :
I At the concert on Friday night the
I as dead congressmen: And there is 1
I :''nothing so interesting to the people 1!band was greeted with a good sized:
Marion Hardware ;land appreciative audience and their Bros.
Company and especially to their pocketbooks, j .
if they did but know it. as a dead republican |'music was both beautiful and inspir- ,
i|ing. Some of the members of the :
congress. i I
-- The fifty-ninth congress, more than!II I band are musical geniuses and the' Southern Copper Works
!'jplajing of every member was unusually
.....................+.... .................*..*...+* ,'any other in history, perhaps, passed. good. .
that of
more legislation smacks paternalism

i OCALA'S BIG MAIL ORDER HOUSE. : ; and centralized government I The folowing! is a complete list of Manufacturers ,of Turpentine Stills
the trend of the times, made so by ,the members of the band: j jj

I 'the masterful politicians in the White I I Ii Cornets, Messrs. Gerig, Condon, : and General Metal Workers.
i I i House. The president completely 1!Tucker. Fleming, Taylor Lohrig, ,;

J dominated both branches of the con- !|Bishop: clarionets, Messrs. Fishel, I ,- -- --

JG. D. HO CAN ,gress and swayed the members to his iI |!Hale, Durand; altos, Messrs. Borden. Old Stills: taken in exchange for new ones. Patching
will in nearly everything he asked!Harder, Williams. Ten Eyck; tenors
+ I with the.exception of a few, and those j Messrs. Mathews, R., Weihe, F. E.: through the country a specialtOrd rs by mail or
I )
wire will receive prompt attention at either of the
+ he will jam through next winter or'!slide trombone Mr. Bouvier; baritone, '
( follc 'ing worksFAYETTEtflLLE
Having purchased the saloon property formerly : j smash the heads of some of the lead- i|Mr. )Mathews F.; B-flat bass Mr. .t
Nash: tubas, Messrs. Rumsey and.
p operated byV.. J. :McGrath and made many improvements : ,'to ers be with afraid that of big him stick., but They why seem they |Yonge snare drum, Mr. Martin, bass .: H. C. SAVANNAH, GA i

on same, I am now prepared to handle : 'should be I do not understand, because :'drum and cymbals, Mr. Robinson. I JACKSONVILLE FLA MOBILE ALA '

mail orders with the greatest facility. The large variety : j Ii in every instance where the 'i[ Managing committee: Messrs. B.
I headers F. Borden R. Mathews.. A. E. Ger- ''
have taken a determined:
of brands of Whiskies Wines Beers Etc. t
now ig.
;;.stand and told him it would wreck the
.t carried enables me to fill the order of everyone on + ;!party for him to insist on the things;; Musical director, Mr. A. E. Gerig.

s short notice. The premises are now fitted up especially t ,they were objecting to he always side- : The program was as follows:
4 !stepped and backed down, just as he ; 1. March-The 18th Regiment.-F.
; for this class of the business and orders will
your Parnellez.
+ |did in the railway rate legislation in-;
% be filled the same day they are received and shipped : :'the first session of the last congress ; 2. Overture-From Dawn to TwilighC. Ocala House Wine RoonjsTRY

on the first train. In your next order includeHogan's : :, when he sold out to Aldrich and the ;,- W. Bennett.
+ railroad magnates let him have their i :. Selection.The Prince of Pilsen.-

XXXX 4 '!way and emasculate the bill in their ,Gustav Landers arranged by J. M. OCR
Rye _
:i interest and against those of the peo- '(Fulton. ,
'pie. 4. Sextette from Lucia.-Donizette.

The Best Goods on the Market : : And yet the people believed the republican ;arranged by L. P. Laurendeau. OLD

I stump speakers in the last 5. Cornet Solo.-The Commodore : fILLEGHANy 4

i G. D. HOGAN I II :'campaign the republican when party they was asserted responsible.that :,H.Polka.Waterson-W. Paris Tucker.C. Chambers. by Mr. : i ii

,for the greatest piece of legislation "Tid Bits.-"Grand Comic Opera." i

:: I |in history and that Roosevelt! was its Medley.-E. Beyer. 1 PURE
Ocala Florida. 4 I RYE.
: I father. This assertion is idiotic rot Intermission. i

** ,and yet the people go right on believing 7. March.-Happy lIE'ir.ie.-J. Bode-I

.: it an'! believing the man in wait Lampe. i 4 r.

: I i: Oldest W )isley; House in Central Florid 1: 4 :the White 1k.e.The S. Selection.-Babes in Toy land.- I

. man in the White House is not-,Victor Herbert, arranged by H. L. Put
: 4 full
4 Qts
0000 .................. ...N.t 0 NONN.NONN.ei a statesman, he is a politician. Ini1 i I Clark. up '
the language of the Hon. John Sharpe 9. Waltz.-Daughter of I.O\'c.-C. W'II

i -- Williams "he is an overrated author [Bennett. in Fancy artoons 1

and an underrated politician:' That 10. Baritone Solo.-Long. Long' Ago.

sizes, him up exactly and the people of,-H. Round, arranged by H. Prendl-

,: ... .. ...;L.. 'his country will sooner or later find ''yille.- Mr. Frank Mathews. Delivered at
it oui no matter what they believeai 11. Overture.-The Sky Pilot.-A. SL II your
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\\\\ "" j w. //..* 'his ;ime: C. A. E. Laurens. .

: :kJ .4c"L.0 :: 12. Medley Selections.-Southern !i Express Office

Turning Over a New Leaf at 100. Plantation: Songs.-Arranged Ly L.
'viir* i i i:Conterno. I
PEPPERS ;; u5liam Ray who lives at ilccfcan-: '!1 The solo work of Mr. Watterson I For fiJ.2:
issvi1h-. Conn., was one hundred years Tucker and Mr. Frank Mathews was'

oin ioda> For forty-eight years Ray ::particularly noteworthy both of their

HOUHTAIN ffiRBS was, a paper hanger. But he never :,el(cTions being e ('?!l'nt.
; ; earned much money, and after three I II Regular $ a Quart Whiskey; write fot

M quarters of a century, he grew weary New Managing Editor. complete Price list.
ot the "swish, swish" of the paintbrush
Nature's Own Remedy |1/| Diseases' and scissors' "snip snip." So I j I Mr. G. Leach, of Marion Ind., one

he decided to begin life anew, and Hof! the best known and ablest \ouns
R ,
in hope ol getting rich quick, he turned .newspaper men of that state, Las Ocala House Wine
A Rooms.
sure safe Lislin matism. Kidney troubles Indigestion, etc. It is purely vegetable positively (o selling; liquor without license. i reached Tampa, to assume the dutiesof
contains neither alcohol mercury nor calomel. Write for valuable medical in The (police battered down the dooror ; managing editor of the morning ... )) ,
formation free) if you suffer from any symptoms of the above nair.el disorders. the old gentleman's modest li'tle Tribune.Mr. ; )( ALA. ILI HUh.WINCHJJJTJJR) .\

Six home vpstvrlay and found forty men Leach succeeds Mr. A. S.
| Month's Treatment cstrfunded'A I
$1.00 II j I cTn
sitTing at small tables or leaning :Hough, of Jackson'iI1e.bo has filled! -- --
against! a rickety bar. Bottles were the position temporarily. HP has the L
>so sold direct all i I
or at dealers in 2;3c and Me.pacVaes.
srauereil l on the tables. Ray had 127 'highest endorsements and has a wide
MOUNTAIN HERB CO.. Knoxville. Tenn. hard .'ariiP.i dollars in a tin box. ;experience in all lines of newspaper '

"'I am entertaining a few friends," ,work.-Tampa News.

Ray explained to the police, but, 1---I --. ,
rudely. they arrested him. .... .. _
) -. :.I "''fs __' ,. '_':
For Sale By \Iy ryesight is getting a little bad" HUBER

Tydings & Co.. Ocala, Fla .nil-Monopoly Drug Store, Ocala. Fla. Ray loll! the prosecutor of excise violations. ,
_.. l,.:, ... "I thought I was selling root j BY V1LEY.,1ft ,4 NLiI.cc i 'J
-- --- dam by Helmit(
t -- beer not whiskey. Which proves that
,Helmet by I.t xngton.!
'h age has not withered Ray's infinite i A dark bay horse of good speed

k, \unetBut, finally in a cell, the [and action combining the best trot-I II .. ;. -1 Load.4 t"1. -dr Shells
centenarian *-roi:e down. I ting blood with the best thorough
It, DIRECT FROM OUR DISTILLERYWILLOW 1 didn't know they made an old 'bred.

man like me take out license," he I A sure foal getter, producing both 5wta0t

.. wailed. "Why. I can almost remember saddle and driving horsess many'of
I his colts are good saddlers and .
George Washington, and that V. v ,

( f DALEa oughi to count for somethingHow ."- I,,speedy Terms drivers.of service $3.fiO per one service Will Stand load inf.Always \\

to Remain Young. ':. or $7.00 with prit liege of returning -

I To continue young in health and mare as often as is necessary
within sixty days after first service They Get The
strength do as Mrs. X. F. Brown, Game.
Ic-I or $10.00 to insure colt to stand
a I r
Donohugh Ga. did. She
r I'. says:
and suck.
l'"i J bottles or Electric, Bitters cured me of it' I For Sale
i Everywhere.
I ..,. m iftI' I chronic !liver and stomach troubles, !1 BILLY REED i iI 4
I .
W complicated with such an unhealthy ,
t Y 'condition of the blood that my skin | A gray jack six years old brought
I' '.. ] t turned red as flannel. I am now (from Kentucky last fall, gooJ bone:
t C'J > '.3 ;.practically twenty years younger than and very active. A proven foal getter -- -
I before I took Electric Bitters. I can (producing colts good enough to be :
r ;i FULL 85 EXPRESS! I.now do all my work with ease and as- i I shown at the fair in Lexington. Kj
4 $ i at Tydings & Co.. drug store. I I Billy Reed was by Baughman'sjack.
1 t QTS. % JESHS PREPAID f Price ro; cents. m ,[ 1st dam Edna b* big Powell TS I

I jack; 2nd dam Parley, by Paragon, .,; 't
a i
Send us .*.2.S5 and we Hill ship :on in a plain Where Eloqucncs! is out of Place. i Billy Reed is half brother to the Hall
case with no marks to show ciK.tfrar: _full "I 1 discharged him because he had I jack, the best mule jack in Lincoln FuLtPR
f a-- q urts of WILLOW DALE RYE, -.4; rest prepaid, too much jawbone and not enough I county, Ky. >:PAID {
'' Try it and if yon don't find it all /:.;ht: and the I Terms of service, $;),00 per songle
C .1' best you ever tasted, send it bark to us at our expense backbone. said a farmer with a .:service, $10.00 per service with pnrjilege 1kY'Ii -
'I't t .' and your 5-.S5 will bz pioairtl'refunded.. laugh referring to a hired man who of return as often as is ntcesjgary -
Isn't that a f.ir offer? was missing from the field. "He did I within sixty days after the first

i :I I tf i Remember are distillers, >o ,':hen vow buy. ,not seem to understand that I hired (service $13.'M: to insure a cult tei
i l i, H iron us you save the: enormous pnjfiis of the dealers .'him so work and not to talk. He i stand and suck. QTS, d,6 QS'
and avoid all dunce of adulteration. You are would go out with the rest of the i Service money due for either horse .! ,

I i ( sure of getting our whiskey just as it conw. from ,men to work in the field: and then or jack when first service Is render 't'i' 4so jiqigv :: I
i t our distillery, without being tampered with in ed. Except when bred \ /
t ; I I any unless I was right there all the time ; to insure a ,. m 1, ,
a at i I colt, then service fee is due when k'1 ''
f i' i I t %t way.If you prefer corn whiskey we will send you he would stand round and talk. The |(colt meets requirements, or when the .a !
:F '4 four full quarts of our ALLAN SINCLA RS CORN worst of it was, he was such a good I mare is parted with or bred to anothjer f
: k WHlSK V lor 52.eO,express prepaid. Ycucan't I talker that he not only wasted his horse or jack. 9- rE
1 !r .r\, buy a better corn whiskey from anybodyelse at I time out he would have the rest of 1 Lein will be retained on colt for : &

t any price. !the men standing round listening to I service fee. ,
E t fit .
t. I Our guarantee: of perfect satisfaction or aoney him. He certainly was an Interesting I Mares will be Kept on pasture at ;E{ Df"'rf" R'9 L
E I, IS ; refunded risk goes when eithevery shipment we In.lke.00 talker. and that sort of a gift is ,:$3.00: per month.
a run no deal
l .' ii of our company have you resources with of us a millioa'dollarsand as the owner jail right in its place, but it doesn't ,!Iseason i I This at stock Dungaman will make the present .
; yaW1fTCRtKDs will do exactly as we I seem to fit when the hay has to begotten :i' farm one and'
; say. 'one half miles west of Orange Lake, I
N MACONOA THE SWIFT CREEK DISTILLING CO, in, or a load made up for mark-1 I(about two and one half miles sotth-
opsrue+ MACON, GA. let, or potatoes need to be dug." The i I west I of Mclntosh. i
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one to be culti- :| COMPANY
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jA! TRIP DOWN THE EAST COAST. I[as firm as any grown anywhere; Irish 4.4...+..4+.....*.+..4*.4++..................*...++ 1 I
potatoes of many varieties and the .r
(IA Beautiful land-Miami a Flourishing largest we ever saw; cabbage, cauliflowers
J City-The Dade County Fair. collards, beans, peas peppers I Ii

i Flagler and His Magic Wand. eggplants, squash, pumpkins onions, !I Fishers I i 1

I We have just-returned from a tripto twill;:celery etable, in lettuce the catalogue, and nearly and: e'er"eg.some that e s Opening J

I have to hereafter find, a place
Miami where we went ostensibly 'I''there. ;
to visit the Dade county fair but in : i
I'I reality to enjoy a few days' outing and We were treated so uniformly]; *
to note the progress of that wonderful !kindly by the exhibitors that we wishit
I and peculiarly favored section. ; were in our power to mention each >: 5 and lOc Store i

I Everything is so beautiful, so sweet, one by name as well as to enumerate
I Iso pure, so beatific, so like the Garden their various exhibits but our little i
|Iof Eden planted by the Creator himself i newspaper is so small that to do so : WEDNESDAY, MARCH 27th i

6 that it resembles more a dream I would force us beyond our limitations: .
I than an actual, living reality. ,for matters of this kind. But we have :I.. .
I Jjor! months and months past room to say that the treasure these .
i from some cause cr another, I people have vexed from the soil t is ii
.n.nsa we have revelled in the most !Las pleasing to the eye as they are \Yf e will sell 50 piecesENAMELWARE i

I delightful dreams; we have I(palatable] to the taste. I

I heard the most melodious and heavenly I There is one thing that we cannot ii Is i
i music-sounds that lull one into : refrain from mentioning and that is !
,. !'sweet delusions; we beheld the most that many of the fruits and vegetables
POWDjJMakes beatific scenes; there was constantly ,are being preserved and crystallized : '
:4 I presented to our vision a land that I and some of the shell-fish are i at lOc each ,
'I made into and canned.In .
resembled a moving panorama of seraphic soups j I.
loveliness; we saw, one after the afternoon after our arrival | : One to Customer. See Windows. it I'
another, most magnificent landscapes; there was a "baby show" at the Royal i
smoothly flowing rivers; blue lakes I Palms hotel which demonstrated : 25 pieces before noon. 25 pieces afternoon. IIi

and grottos prism-like springs cascades -that there is no immediate danger of :ii i EVERYBODY COME. :
and waterfalls; trees cf weird I race suicide in that favored section :
( and shapely forms; tempting fruitsof ''of our peninsular and that all the attention i, 1"1
the finest, lightf) huge size and delicate sweetness; I I of its inhabitants is not paid L :\'I. FIHEL.s: I
elfs, sirens, fairies and singing birdsof 1 to the farm and garden at the ex- i .
--t.. est best flavored biscuit gorgeous plumage; women, richly '! pense and to the detriment of the ...4.4.................4.6....................... i

i dressed and angel-like in manner, i, little tots. .
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form and feature; men in uniform, I j There were many ontries. The -
hot-breads cake and sword and buckles; castles wizzards, !;. 'orld presents no lovelier a picture than balance of the year. 1|I will soon be able to retire with a mil
magiis and magicians with wand and :,.the mother and the child and when i Miami is really a !lo-.elv: city and |I lion or more dollars
the scepter; paths of emerald roadbedsof an hundred or more, arrayed in their its citizens cannot help being boast-1 I Ii I Dr. J. M. Jackson, eon.in-law of our
1 pastry sapphire, and streets of amethyst; i best clothes and on their best behavior i ful. A spirit of loyalty ner>'where Mr. J. M. Harco, went there when the
;. '1 scenes of dazzling transition and fantastic i are congregated together a sceneis i II prevails which i ij{ itself is a tonic. Ev'ery :town was first laid out to grow up
I.:. food more digestibleand shapes and beauty and as we : presented that would almost draw ': man woman and hIM is in love with it, and succeeded in fine shape.
were whirled along this sectionin (adoration from a wooden image much '! with the city, in love with the parlor cars and reclining less the true artist who worships at i'and in low'with each other. I Ii i there was something to him, made '
wholesome. chair, we hal to pinch ourselves :the shrine of the pure, the innocent i Besides many rare tropical Rowers I him hotel phjsician for the Royal g
[ continually to realize that we and the beautiful. : the grounds are adorned with date, I II Palms and success was his from the l
were not still in dreamland.How i Among others Mrs.:: Flagler was I cocoanut and royal palms, the latter !start. He has one cf the loveliest I
I well do we remember when :r present and looked very matronly tilt: UiOht beautiful tree of the tropics. !homes in the city and has built up a f.
Dade county was represented at every'':and gracious as she took the pretty !At the base is looks like a great siege large practice.
ABSOIUTELY PURE democratic convention for many years :babes in her arrrs and caressed them ': gun fresh from the works, erected Mrs. b' I* Patterson, ia daughter of
by a lone delegate, who was derisively i and made some passing complimentsto 1 perpindicularly and the waving Mr. Barco) has a beautiful home and
breveted the "Duke of Dade," and : the proud mothers. ;branches make it indeed a very city: property that brings her in a nice -
who it was stated constituted one- : The wizard who has done so much ':graceful; and handsome tree. I annual income.
ROYAL BAKING FCWDER CO., AEWYORK. third of the entire population, and a-:towards: the development and attraCt | The hammocks abound in an endless' Colonel Fe-Ider Lang has a superb

._ I general impression prevailed that he tiveness of that !section is still wav- ;.variety of trees, among which may be place on the :Miami river, a few miles
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Orla do has just organized! an El'.ts:: : :Mr. Janus Thomas and :Mr. J. II. and Seminole Indians could survivethe : of yesterday the commonplace : the banyan, rubber tree, the maderia e-asy. He has a ten-acre bearing
-., dodge.Mr.. ,Thomas, uf Sparr, two well known pestilential atmosphere; how ex- of today. Hfe Las jewelled that i or red mahogany and the burjrazelia, \grapefruit wove, a naptha launch and
If 1Ii! \ !;young farmers of that place, were in I,Governor Gleason was ridiculed and section with buildings that eclipsethe ,a rich purple flower grows wild and ':is enjoying life to the limit. He first
'..' :\ New-comb Barco, who resides ,the city on business Wednesday.i upbraided for establishing the Agri'cultural palace of the Caesars and with :'adorns every yard. j wanted us to spend the day with him

at Arcadia, !is we regret to learn; quite i college at Eau Gallie, and .garden? that put to blush those that Besides tuning a drie from :Miami !!and as we became enthusiastic over
gick. A. J. McCreery: .of Staten Is. what a mighty and indignant protest made: I'Fris famous under the reign :to Ccaconut Grove we enjoyed a ride I his possessions he extended his Invitation
--- !land, New York, who has a winter it of the Burbcns. and has now fairly to a week and
went up to Washington to have removed ;up the Miami river on a naptha finally made it a
Mr. Forney Lancaster is now with ;'theme and orange grove on Lake Weir, into a section inhabited and ;under way cf completion a railway launch, going as'far as the Everglades, month.
the Ocala House in the capacity of ,was in Ocala Wednesday and enrolled !- inhabitable for human beings, and i from the mainland to Key West, ::where a forty-foot observatory has He was recently offered twenty-fire
day clerk. his name for fiftrtw'isits from how this demand made so strenuously'':which in some places for miles been erected, and one has an unobstructed thousand dollars for his place but
!thc weekly Banner. stretches depths of several fathoms i I Mrs. Lang could not
and in earnest was heeded: how poor over view as far as the eye can get her consentto
Frederick Hocker has accepted a crank of the | and which, wten completed, will give it he
I Gleason was derided as a ,reach. In going up the river we sawa up so says that he is
position with the banking house! cf :Miss Florence Hardy, of Tennessee, first magnitude for predicting that the i'be one of the most daring feats of ':!!I number of Seminoles, in their ca- now a permanent fixture and we do
I Messrs. :Munroe & Chambliss.Mr. 'who :!s on a visit to her aunt, Mrs. east coast would some day be more ;' engineering skill that will perhaps':,,noes and wearing gorgeous costumes. not know a more enticing spot to
JJ.! A. Pittman will leave today: for a than a waste and a wilderness: how ;,be recorded during the annals of the!! There is but one Indian to a canoe which to be anchored.
Percy Bitting; the second son: .i 1 short visit to Tampa. Site! goes down United States Senator Thomas W. !''century ,, stands erect and shoves his canoe Those in less favored regions do not
cf Mr. and Mrs C. L. Bitting, is now{especially to hear Madame Sembrich iOsborne, who first seriously proposed i The work! of construction of this I,jHe with a long pole, and exhibits great realize the happiness of these peer
: ]learning the profession cf dentistry. ;sing tonight. She will return to the building of a railroad from the i railway has been: completed except ,deftness. He is lithe and strong of pie. The climate itself is a fortune
He is in the office of Dr. J. E. Cbace. I Ocala again before going back to(mainland to Key West. was pelted ,the concrete rortion of it. which it is ;;limb, tall and symmetrical and is a which the poorest can and does en-
Tennessee. with sarcasm and ridicule, and whose '!estimated wil:: be finished within the splendid of physical joy. It is cool, soft, invigorating,
Mrs.V.. W. Clyatt will give her ,, life, like poor Gleason's, was made a .next two years. Construction trains The people type there point to mangy the Indian luscious, healthful and delightful.
Jf- Sunday school class and a few other ,j Mrs. R. C. Burt, of Ozello, came up burden greater than he could bear; now run from the mainland to Little in establishment of the healthfulness,
friends a picnic at Silver Springs Friday 'Wednesday to spend a few days in how, finally, both left the state in disgust Matecumbee island, a distance of ninety 'which they claim for their bection. FISHEL'S OPENING.

night. i!Ocala. She will make this city her and despair, unloved and unla- miles, or more than an hundred We conversed! with a great manspeople
home. She mented. miles from ;Liam!. On tie zt Wednesday March 27th, we
permanent was accompanied I I on the subject of the draining
J Mr. 1* L Priest, of Anthony, was ;a 'I. to Ocala Wednesday by her son, Truly, "the stone which the builders Mr. Flagler. when we were there, of the Everglades and failed to find a will sell 50 pieces of double coated
J visitor to the city Wednesday. Ke 'Mr. Clinton Burt, who is now a conductor "rejected the same is become the head had just returned from an inspection single one who did not admit its feasibility grey Enamelware, including Buckets,
i -4' came in to meet his wife and children I' on the Southern railway with of the corner." of the work and he is more than pleas as well as the great depth and Tubs, Pans of all kinds and sizes. Coffee .
: who were returning from a ,vii all 'ed with what has been accomplished Pots, Sauce Pans Ete..
f I headquarters at Asheville, her son-in-. The east coast today is beyond fertilityof its suil.i at the ridiculously
to relatives at Crystal River. law, Mr. Frank Long, of Holder, and odds the most favored section of ;, and the general outlook. Three i From St. Augustine on down to :Ml- low price of 10 cents each
one of her young grandsons. Florida; the poor, sandy lands are covered i,;thousand men are at work on the con- ,ami, on'the St. Lucie, the Halifax, the These goods will be distributed in
Mrs. J. M. Barco came in Wednesday f over with pineries so thick as struction. :,Indian and Miami rivers and along the our 5 and 10 cent store.
i f from Sunny Slope Farm and will :! Mrs. Blslock! to Give Reception. ,almost to be likened to the sands of It has been less than a year since ,bays and ocean beautiful homes are Hundreds of useful household: thingsare
spend several days in town. She i is; i I Mrs. Lucian Frederick Blalock has the seashore, and yield to their for- : Miami celebrated her tenth anniver- :being erected by the rich people of here-things you never heard of
a guest at the Ocklawaha Inn.. jissued cards to a reception which she tunate owners thousands and thous- ':sari and her citizens are proud of I the north, east and west and when nor saw before. Help swell the crowd
-_ 1,will give on Saturday afternoon, ands of dollars annually: while the !,the progress that has been made and jthe railroad is completed to Key West Wednesday whether you buy or not.-
St. Augustine is making immense hammock lands are have right to be. It claims a but bring a dime for
March the twenty-third. The guest muck, swamp and they a :and the Everglades are drained a'' you may see fit
preparations for their Ponce de Leon lof I honor to be her mother, Mrs. Geo. planted to potatoes, tomatoes, lettuce, population within the town limits of igreat population will flock: to that section i to share in the bargain! chance mentioned -
celebration next month. They expect Williams: Richardson, of Atlanta. celery, etc., and every acre is equive- i'more than seven thousand besides of Florida and it will be true of here.
r to make it the biggest' day" in thehistory Mrs. Blalock has been living in lent to a gold mine in richest Alas- i the annexes and suburbs. Beautiful |this state as it is of all peninsularsthat M. FISHEL.
of the "Ancient City. and artificial stone
. Ocala for nearly a year and her beau ka. j buildings of native ; it will contain the densest popu ,
exaggerations.'e I i with painted roofs now stretch out Mrs. D. W Davis Gives a Very
These no
tiful and attractive manners has endeared 1 ,lation. Great ciiies will arise, manufacturing -
Mr. Tom Smith is critically.. ill .it herself to many of the people were given the names of the individ- :[into the country in every direction I plants will be established Charming Party.
in the third '..ard.Ir: rich rewardsfor i several miles and the building Wednesday afternoon her j
) his home of Ocala. This is her first large par'[uals who reaped these !for 'land the youths now attending school at love-
Smith was greatly improved and able ty, and her friends are looking forward their faith and industry; we were i I boom is being daily accelerated. Congress :will, in our judgment, live to see ly home on South Third street Mrs.
to be: out but has suffered a relapse I fo it with a great deal of pleas.i shown the lands, and, like a doubt :.' has recently made a large appropriation -I:Florida contain ten million population. Decatur W. Dafis entertained in avery j
t and is again in a precarious condi ing Thomas. were made to touch :i for deepening the harbor 1 All signs point in this direction.The charming manner most of the '
tion. with our own hands the products and :;and the people of Miami are jubilantof state is growing today as never Ocala people, who attended the meeting
i Big Fire at Augusta.A behold the same with our own eyes: i becoming a city second in importance -,,before and when the real resources of of the editorial association recently {
tj l Capt. 0. \V. Reagan, of Brooksville, I fire that started in the job office .I and, if the "proof of the pudding is i, only to Jacksonville. the state are made known the population held in Key West and who
I manager of Hoopes Bros., and Darlington cf the Augusta Chronicle Tuesday ,in chewing the strings," we were madea I' It is perhaps one of the cleanest will swarm in this direction with went on the trip to Havana. They
factory at that place, formerly destroyed the main office of the Western complete convert, because "pud-i i. cities in the world. It is built on a ,the force of a tidal wave. It is bound spent a most enjoyable afternoon together
of this city, is in town to spend: a I Union Telegraph Co., the Union ding" was the least of the good things coral] rock foundation but little exca- ;to come. -Nothing can prevent it. Its ; living/ over in memory many
few days. City Ticket Office and the Chronicle we were fed en. 'ration is required to make solid jclimate, its soil, its geographical; pO' of the happy incidents of that interesting .
building. I Residents of that section feast on''I street pavements. ,sition, everything, indeed, invites It. j I I visit. Not only the ladies of
Mr. Herman Benjamin has returned The losses are estimated at 100. so many dainties and luxuries that :' The stores are built with cellars the party but the gentlemen: as well
home from a ten day's trip to At 000. "'milk and honey" are regarded as everyday |::and in excavacating enough rock is Personal Mention. I were :Mrs. Davis' guests, coming up
lanta. Mrs. Benjamin, who accompanied dishes. i i iI dug out for the erection of the entire later in the afternoon and adding their
him will remain with relativesfor Mere Fine: Horses and Mules. The rzlras in full progress when i I t i building which cheapens the cost of Hon. C. M. Brown and C. M. Brown, I share to the pleasure of this pleas
do not fear being I and of the buildires )- jr., have succeeded most admirably ant little function.
some time longer. :, The car load of horses and muleswe we arrived and we [construction, many I
brought to Ocala last week are I called down for the statement are made in this way. Some are! i since taking up their residence in : Mrs. Davis served very palatable
s Miss Sara and Louise Harris will all sold and Mr. Nicholls is now in when we say that in no other county '!'r.:ade of artificial stone and all are ," :Magic: City" less than three years and delicious refreshments in the
down to Tampa today to attend Tennessee to procure more. He writes I in any other state in the United uniquely and atractively constructed. ago and are head over heels in !course of the afternoon and the hours
the go Sembrich concert at the Tampa that he is collecting one of the best I. States, unless it is some other county There are no fences and no animals I their new home. They own ['spent with Mrs. Davis on Wednesdayadds
Bay casino in that city tonight.Mr. car loads cf equine flesh that was in our own state, can such a display running at large to destroy the beau !their store building and a nice home,I one more link in the pleasant
''ever brought to Ocala. and will bp be made. This is a big but r. tiful flower gardens. Many of the residences have a good stock of goods, a good j,friendships formed on the Key West

0. B. Howse's host of friendswere ,here by the latter part of the week. true statement.The are surrounded with hedges !I credit and money in bank. 'and Havana outing.
delighted to see him out again These wanting anything in this line exhibits of fruits and vegetables : -;|of the lovely hibiscus and other beau-. i The Chailles, father and son, who |i I I Mrs. Davis had as her guests Mr
after an illness of several weeks. Hens I will do well to call on us at our that we saw are beyond exag::tiful flowering plants. went there several years ago and !i iI ,and Mrs. C. L. Bittiager, Mr. and
bEen'i'n' sick for the past several stables and look over this collection.We geration. To believe them possible I I The thoroughfares are not blockaded I started a litle mercantile establishment [,Mrs. R. R. Carroll and little Miss Mer-
weeks and was out driving for the handle: no scrub stock and this the man from this section must see with vehicles; livery stables are with about enough goods to fill ;ris Carroll, Mr. and Mrs. Clayton Bren-
time yesterday. cargo promises to surpass what we ',them with his own eyes and handle j:not allowed in the business portion to ,a wheelbarrow, now have a store'Inerman, Mr. and Mrs. J. M. Kitching,
JC. first have had in the past.THOMPKINS i them as we did with their own hands il I mar and disfigure it, and horses are {50xS5 feet and carry a splendid stock |I Mrs. H. C. Groves and: Mrs. Jake
t Courthouse. & NICHOLLS. even then we fear some would in- ,,not clipped and curried in the public |of mixed merchandise and buy crock-!!!Brown. -
f Fire Wednesday at the the fire alarm i..-In- ,[ ''land list that there was some fake some- |I Ii streets. It is a city that delights eryware in car load lots. They are i,i
; At noon I finer sensi! held in good esteem and have estab-: Found at Last.
beautiful the ,
in from the new courthouse i i where and that these specimens the eye and appeals to ,
was and the fire companies Postmaster Crom requests us to announce I of the farm and garden must I I bilities. "lished a fine reputation. iI j --
building in book Cuba while Mr. E. J. Lummus, half brother to II J. A. Harmon, of Lizemore, West
l but that 1-cent stamps have been imported from or The coral rock, largely com- I
( with all haste possible I YX "At last I have the
1 r1. responded who went therewith says: found
the fire had been form can now be had at the Ocala I the Bahama Islands. That the story posed of lime, contains a good percent our Mr. Sim ,
r. they arrived perfect pill that never disappoints me;
before out. Some one had dropped a o Ice. Only one size have been issued they tell is simply: too good to be of cement and does not create I scarcely a dollar, has: made mon and for the benefit of others afflicted
put which ignited some shavings, containing 24 cent stamps for: true.: as much dust as our limed streets. ey worlds without end. He now has' with torpid liver and chronic constipation
flgaret, causing the greatest excitement 25 cents, interleaved with paraffin i The variety of the products were no They are thoroughly sprinkled and the contract to supply the entire line( will say. take Dr. King's New
A... etc., thereby this magnificent new paper and bcund like the ordinary :!-.i!]less:: astonishing than their size. There daring the tourist season are swept of extension with groceries and provisions Life Pills." Guaranteed. 25 cents at
: in cent books. I were tomatoes as big as saucers and twice: a week and weekly during the and his friends say that he iTydings i & Co., druggists. mc"
building. I

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Mr, and lrs. W. B. Powell )
and Miss 8
11 fRANK HARRIS, Editor. I )

k -' P. V. Luvengood, Business Managar. The following resolution submitted 1Maiine Powell, returned from Key A recent issue of the Savannah ,

i:" q _ _ by the committee as a substitute for I West tended Sunday the annual evening meeting, where they of the at. to News Congressman contained the Clark's following defense relative of; g Girlhood and Scott's Emulsion are :

the resolutions originally introduced I Florida Press Association )lr, Pow.
I the state against the charge of peon.i linked together. )
by Mr. L. J. Brumby at the late meet- ell carried with him the invitation of age on the floor of the national G

lug of the Florida Press Association the press of St. Petersburg, the mayor house of representatives: .I '

and the board of trade, and letters i who take Scott.J Emalsion t
: and accepted bIr.. Brunby were The people of Florida appreical 9 The girl (
from )Ir. and Mr.
Craig White, of the
I the defense of this state on the floor. blood she is ()
unanimously adopted: A. C. L. railroad. has plenty of rich, red ;
I of the house on Monday. which Representative -
I Whereas, A number of magazines These invitations were not asked 4'
Clark, of the second district -i i 1 t plump active and energetic.
I and newspapers published at the I for by the press in convention in Key of Florida, made against the 1 i .(,
north have lately contained j West, neither did )Ir. Powell have an y
sensational -
of >
.' peonagE brought by a writer I I ,
" I articles in reference to the I I opportunity to make an inviting I IOf an article in a New York magazine. 4) The reason is that at a period when a girl's 1

, state of Florida, her industries and speech. In compliment to 8t. Petersburg What led him to take notice of the i (t 9

citizens charging restraint of per- and in deference to the invitations -,charge, at the time and in the place i 1) digestion is weak, Scott's Emulsion ._4

J. sonal liberty in violation of peonage extended the editors at the last he did. was the report that it was her with powerful nourishment in ()
FRIDAY, MARCH 22, 1907. laws; andWhereas. Ocala meeting to meet at St. Peters. I .I .cprovides
the purpose of the department ()f comI -

FE. These charges are almost -i burg this year, the matter was taken I merce and labor to send a commission -! easily digested fonn.g .
before Mr. Powell entered the hail.Mr. .
:1 St Paul printers have started a wholly, if not entirely untrue : up to Florida to find out what foundation -! ,
i of the ?
: : movement to secure a state printing and are working irreparable injury I Brumbr, agricultural paper'iat ; there was for the charge. i .

plant for 1innesota. to employers who, at the instance of I Ocala, moved that the selection be I I, The Iorining News published a_ I I It is a food that bui1d5 and ke p5 up agirl's E\; .

( -. -- unworthy and irresponsible employes. I St. Petersburg and Mr. White, of the few days ago a long dispatch from : i\ _
Fraternal Record, Jacksonville, ; strength.
are threatened with and subjected to I see- one of its Florida correspondents. in ; to
;- Irs. Lucie Carnegie has donated a t the i ijof '
,onded motion. and with huzza
:< prosecutions for peonage: therefore,' a t which it was pointed Out that the are! ee 1
spneldid site to Fernandina which .
on I "question" the motion was and II .
Ibe it put title in the magazine had "
: only a slight
t .'. that city will erect a very fine public St. Petersburg was unanimously chosen.
;. hospital. Resolved, That it is the sense of -I foundation of truth. In other words ALL DRUGGISTS ; 50c. AND $I.J'). II
, this association, first, that the peonage what there was in it that was true :) : j !
i One of the features of the 1905 meeting I %
\ : laws are being distorted and mis- was not calculated to show the law ; o'W
Of course the -paper trust" was at St. Petersburg will !be an exPerimelital .
applied. Second, that the enforcement against peonage was being \'iof-lted.
; busted, but \'ill somebody! please tell printed at he _
of the peonage laws should be newspaper It was what was false that showed violations : -
; ; us the name of the paper that is not a Independent office. The force of editors -
characterized by the unmost con- of law. The inference from
' r; paper trust but is doing just what the ser\"atism. Third, that the press of will be selected by the publicaItion the dispatch was that the magazine are I SOMETHING FOR THE HOUSE- I Is the English Woman a Nuisance?
; t, paper trust did before the paper trust committee, which consists of \V.IB. WIFE. I _
I the state should unite in a vigorous tide was simply an effort to create a !
: [ was busted.-Bryan's CommonE I Powell. chairman. W. l.. Straub,
effort to refute the sensation that would call
published condi- attention to To the Editor Ocala Danner.
. : I'tions in Florida, and that the attention land T. J. Appleyard. This paper will the magazine. i .\ppl s cut in irregular blocks will
; It Is said that John 0. Rockefeller i "Womm having gained IlIwrt i i.
I' !be model which will tall .
newspaper The i more quickly in a pie than thin
,. : :. of the Federal government heI way Mr. Clark handled the
will leave two hundred and mil. now demanding a license. Barring
fifty !attention the they do things '
to way 'slices. When Piled in a pie there Is
called to the unscrupulous methods magazine and its
was gratif
rt lion dollars to and woman suffrage I am a believer in tbt>
charity cd.t
. general I I in Florida. Incidentally it will be an '
which have been employed by its I ing to his constituents. In fact, to more opportunity for the heated air to
ucation and in such a manner that it advertisement for St. Petersburg. equality of exes; but "the equality
agents to secure convictions in i the people of Florida generallr. lie .come in contact with the fruit than
, will be of inestimable benefit to the cases A from Key West to the of st'xE"s" often means In modern jargon .
t of alleged violation of peonage laws. I message denounced the article and its writer i I in thin slices
, whole countr)'. I board of trade announcing St. Petersburg's : the superiority! or the woman
No matter of more vital importance I Ii I land condemned in the highest terms,lOne-fourth teaspoon of soda added
which III absurd, Woman wields
I i to the people of the state than that I I selection was a delight to all the publication that dealt in falsehood I to the water in which cabbage or onions I I aD

Organized labor in Los Angeles is ;i embodied in the aQove resolutions was our peole. Already they are making for the purpose of increasing their i are cooking will in a greatmeasure 1 influence over man now 10 more than
planning to establish a bank. It will I i plans for the entertainment, and within I! odors. I I a thou antJ and one wa"s and the Influence
I I presented at the association and the sales. He said that he was well aware prevent disagreeable
be financed and operated wholly by I I. a week an order will be placed for Cook them uncO\'ered fly this mt.th-1 I too, Ii I mostly for luan', own ..
deep interest manifested in their discussion this attack on the magazine
trades unionists. It is proposed to tarpon scales which will be made into i 1 011 they wilJ retain their natural color. igood, hut give woman the bailor anti) .
showed clearly the opinion Of! and its owner would make him a target ; I II
, place the Institution in the new labor som'enirs. she will I become. If not a danger, &11"
badges 01' ; In
salting almonds
I the editors of Florida on this subject.Mr. of the anger and venom of the I use a tE'3puonlof '
... temple. The board of trade will immediately j Irrepressible nuljQ ('t>: 'I
olive oil
e's instead of butter and note
I rumby is entitled to the thanks i 1l1agazh owner, but he was willing
!appoint a committee to receive sugIgestions the improved flamr. : SO says a certain Lord Rdwal\ Tar
''of every friend of Florida for his sue.I i to lJe such a target if he could thus
: The party of fifty .congressmen, who I cessful efforts in presenting and se-! for a novel entertainment :save his state from the injurious effects -i If one objects to the drops of liquid i lUour, an Englbh DoblplU8G now in

. -;u; sailed for Panama to inspect the work curing emphatic action upon the assault I and quite a number are already on I i of the article in question. : that sometimes cover the top ot meringue I .\merl"a.S munIcipal) and (count

& on the Isthmain Canal on March 6. made on this state and her citi-, tap, one of which will Le a visit to a I Articles like that to which11'. II let the pie or pudding become ; suffrage hare been PltorelNld by KIll
sailed Sunday from Colon on the return -I !fish where the editors Uth for .
c ,zens. camp can see I Clark called attention are calculated slightly coult before putting 011 the women twenty or lIalrl) yi'sr.Lord .

. ',. trip They had a fine time, be- I !fish caught by he fish load, anti a to do so vast an amount of harm They : meringue Brown in a slow oven whenever Turmour rt ua II)' isys that his

: lug abundantly entertained. i PNEUMONIA IN NEW YORK. i stone crab dinner, a trip on the Favorite -I circulate among the people who do : lossible to do so without Injury fellow country women are u "Irrt 4

to the Manatee river and Forts, i not know the truth respecting the I to the more substantial portion of Il'r"slhltt Dul..ftt:' GI.deIOD.. 011 t h.

.:. ; Mr. CorUeyou's last act as postitias-i Pneumonia is Utl ,concerts, dances, banquets, etc. I matters of which they treat. Just at ; the dish. i .outI-rl. repeatedly aid that En4

t\ ; ter general was to cut the railroad now killing over i Every editor in the state will be ex-!present Florida is preparing to in- I In baking a rake In a round tin, It I flab women had used their politIcal
in Greater .
people a week New York.All
t pay for transportating the mails. Mr. t pE-cted and if he does not come with rite immigrants. Statements like is not necessary to cover the whole !! right s wIth great beaetl 10 t bt'maIveI '
of I
Cortlcyou would have: won fl.-t""r hospitals are being besieged -T his own wife or somebody else's wife, those which Mr. Clark denounced as bottom of, the tin with an oiled ItJt1'r. ..' and to their roBtf) .
for the
admission of suffering -
: honors had he begun that sort of from this patients I the people 1)f St. Petersburg are go- false turn aside those who intend to Cut a small round of paper for the I I.ID.AL.BRT OBENf'tUIS
dread ailment and
R' : thing earlier in his career as head of ling to know the reason wh\-8t. Pet- I make Florida their llOn1t They give .center and oil the rest of the IQU.I I ---- ----..-
these institutions are being! taxed to I
the >nt.-The ; .
; postoflice departmE Com.moner their utmost. j!ersburg Independent :a false impression of the state and its This saws the measuring and fitting Patents, Inventions, ..odcIs, etc ,

This probaLly has been one of the i people. And there is no easy way of the paper and the cake comes out 1 have heretofore been refuaIt ada's,

t t V Milwaukee besides being made fa. I most unhealthful winters New York I The Ice Man-He Is 3 nefactor. !:to meet such charges and correct the ;, tie rfcct.. lion at peat .lpeJllI.l. n. iami'-
i false impressions they male. It is a .\ \H.11 floured cloth of duck or canras town F.lpdllJtg h. dscid.d to admit
1 1I
has in
: mous by a beverage comes in for a experienced many a year, md, .
I i pity that the people of a state standered is better than a board for handling them 10 a prominent loeaUoa abeti.y -..
good share of fame for producing he- : whatever the New Yorkers;: may say The men V () make and cut ice-a : :
1 : as those of Florida were by (hemagazine oft doughb.: The dough does not "Irk' : may i.. displayed, ezplaiied antI!
roes. Out of seven medals presented about their city, whe nindulging i:1 lot of it, tOJ:-in Georgia, Alabama, i I
III question, do not unite so easily and thus requires much iesflour. operattld, If dNiftod la full lew
I : 't
from the Carnegie fund in Pittsburg some pride'puffed remarks: they certainly Louisiana, Florida, Texas, lississippi I II .
and, by the force of public sentiment ,the thousands ot"alton.. Sumt'rt
- : several (lays ago three went to MU- cannot say much for New York I Tennessee, South Carolina, Virginia _
:-" waukee parties. : weather. It i3 the dampest of damp !and North Carolina: have met in fit'tecuth !keep;: the obnoxious periodicals Cront' Polish the lamp chimneys with i applications for admission wert' lI.laM \

---- I:colds in wintt.'r and the hottest of hu- I annual session in Atlanta. \t I circulating among them. print or gingham clothe. Goods whkh !I plans ban been adopted h a 'J.' '. II
I have been dyed wlll leave lint
f No matter what other people'sr ;: mid hot in summer With the humid'i i least, they have sent excellent representatives -! ---- ---- thE> no 011'I signing a Large space under tar i.' ,

: tastes and insensitiveness are, Paris ::itr and everrhanging condItions it is i of the rank and file of the i ii A WARNING TO NEWSPAPERS I glass. OOIDpelt'ot allt.dut.. Th.. Ift.I..

;;. '. baa no prejudice to horseflesh, and 1 I!. the limit So much so that recently, i congealed moisture: brigade to pn-rici.! Bake cookies on the bottom 01 Inverted i ton 01 the world would have b.-r. a

':' partake of it with great freedom, aud I when a New Yorker consulted his doe- [pate in deliberations looking to the The newspapers have a habit of them dipping pans This prevents .i ICIaaaft to ate..at..e the utilU) audi

; in such quantities and so regularly I tor anti asked him if he .lid not thin;: I I weal ,of all.The I overdoing! nearly everything. they, at- from burnlnA 00 the bottom and i vsIue of tMar leU.. n' tnnttoa '
-- they are much easier to
that the of man' best : tempt. They are o"eruoing their attack remove from : iD eapusttloa msthods witI
consumption : I a change was needed, the doctor replied -i ice man in the south has grown the UP
i.} friend has reached forty thousand : !in proportion to the expansion of his. ;: on railro .ds. The Globe doesn't tins. I I jdoubt bring thousands or modeIi itdatttact

_ carcasses 'early. I It : "res, you du need a change. Star :section and that of his bretll.n in I receive a single railroad pass and it Use chopped dates instead of tlie' aualae aU in'ltet..H...

> ., ham't single contract for railroad customary raisins In tile &ext rice pad- I, tile by .uftelur..rl
-- -- ; right here in town and yo-i will get :nonh east and west. a > sad Rev. Dr. Henry Van Dyke. with hi; ding. It Is a delfefotU chule, tboqla ;
: 'one every half hour:' The climate of the south indeed: :adHrtising. It receives not a dollar

: Inseparable companions his fishin !! Just a; the snowfall this winter has ;gives him greater scope for his f'nIterprise ;from any source from a railroad cornparty. simple.

rod and bible started Saturday on his i!been most unusual for the metropolis, i For tn.this territory the universally -I yet it realizes that railroads W.tPo.i a. .oo4artdt-r;

; trip to Palestine. His o jeet. he i so have been he moisture and the ij j mild winter puts natural ice are necessary to the development and A Thrifty CO:1gresamn. bb eziierknee and
: says, is to live outdoors in the Holy I fogs. This physicians hold, is responsible -:out of the question, and the consumer I!prosperity of the country. While the labor.dllft> 1J Vott1man. 0cn$.. Ran

Land, and to) see things that are un- i for the Prevalence of phimonry must rely upon the artificial product. 1!railroads should be operated in a William T. Tndall, who Cflded a Dt j'. ;j.l :t

;. changed the mountaius the blue sky ; troubles which are causing an Ii Did rou ever think;: what an impor- !spirit of fairness and liberty, they brIef career ai a member of coqrelill -, -- -

and the waters. He will angle in the ;average of );) ) death a week. tant factor the ice man is in our dally I can lJe hounded to a point where the with the season Just closed, aa the rep- -

waters of Ga1iIee. lie will meet two -_. --- Iroutine-t'specially our summer sort- :country will suff r. That point has .. resentatire of the fourteenth Miuourt

friends in Europe and will tour The democrats diri not cIo much in tine? I I nearly been reached now unless we district, probably holds Ht record. for THREE BOYS H
through Judea Samaria and Galilee. the last congress, didn't have tIe Time Wa;; when ice was regarded !are mistaken. Newspapers that are in thrift In the Corty.ninth roftgrt>M. Men

-; lr. Van Dyke will return to this courttryin '!change, hut what hey i'iJ: do. They :as a luxury. !the enjoyment of profitable monoitJ- who have been in his confidence dt'.

June or July. !did well. They made some tactical The cheapness of its proJuctiol1. the lies arc denianding that the business dare that Tynllall) bas arkno.'ltodgt

-- .. errors and blunders from the standpoint ;emonstrati.m of its capacity to rot !of the railroads be regulated by law to them that he has laved $I1t"1 OUI ECZEMAOFHEAD

: The largest painted drop curt'liu in ; of politics jn the first -sessio :the heated term of half its terror, has :Many of'the proposed regulations are :of his salary anti emolumenLi for the

;. the world was hung in the hippo-' For instancE' instead of bringing in a ;made it practically a necessit), I imjtldE'flt. unfair and troublesome, and two years that hp bas been a hlt'm

r- drome in New York Saturday. '" It ; bill for absolute free trade with the I So the ice plants dot every portion llrtl not in the interest of the pubI her of congress. T'ndall looked upon .

; was painted hy Arthur Megoethin" and ; Philippines, insisting that if the islands fof the south Hardly a country village I lis. The editor forgets that the man his situation JlhIlOOIbleally! lIe said One Mother's Trals: Little Ones

: represents A Roman Garden. It is : belonged to this country there I Ibllt boasts its facton- in the absence i who invests in railroad stocks has the he dill not expect to come back to Treated at

ICG feet long and 41 feet high. The I was no more sense of right and justicein of which it must have a supply from i same right to a square deal as the man congress: that his eleCtiOn was 1OlrK.i Dispensary for Three

k general effect is that of rich tapestry.i. : charging any hind of tariff on goods 'the near-by town or city i!, who invests in farming operations, what oC an accident, and that. while a i I Months Did Not Seem to Improve -

i. k-' The curtain is different from all drop :coming from there than there was in The healing and allaying qUfllitiesJof lor banking operations, or !business eleratjofls )-.. man could get his pollficlI easy he ; Suiferp Five Months.

curtains in that the HiploJrome stage ,charging a tariff on inter-state cornmere' ice in sickness, moreover have given -t: of any other kind. could get out as easily, but be could I -.- -

is circular and this accounts for the they accepted the republican it a distinction in metliicne and enhanced i Just now we have prosperit), !Jut a get out of money (easier and bt did ALL WERE PERFECTLY

extraordinary dimensions of the painted -:bill euling down the tariff on goods its Indispensability.Ve i period of depression is not far away. ,not propose being out of politics and !

eam'as legoetin. and his assisfr. ::-':from there twenty-th'e per cent. The I contemplate an ice famine now I When the period of depression comes, I money at the sante time. Accordingly, I CURED CUTICURA

: tants han been at work on this cur- democratic leaders said that it was a with almost as much dread as though j railroads will not lJe so prosperous as ,he said, he sa wnu sense In spending .-

: ant for two months. half a loaf and better than no brE'ad. Ii the threatened shortage extended to ,they have been of late Yt'ars During : money fOOUihly while here, and five 1M7 lIIonth"thrt't' dahcl.n; bad et'af'ma fur

That may he academic the dull times a few years ago, railroad : he started in to lay his A IItt'! o.e would ape
t The second session of the fifty- statesmanship, I coal or water or food.-\tlanta Con- I up per diem 1ietr on the head allj 't"IDtd very Itc'hy,
r ninth dill lilttle more than .but it is Dot politics. I stitution investments suffered and they i for a rainy day. Now, It Is said, he znii thy afh'r day. Th;' baby

congress I _____ i I will suffer again. Because passenge'rfares ;goes back to Missouri to start a bank bad had at about a WM Jrt.eq tbto IK'
; to pass the great supply bills, the ap- I -- ond Loy took the
I The Tampa Tribune In speaking of. are two cents a mile, in some of :and lJecome its president.-\ iti'.cs and a few
propriation bills that must he Passed The New York Post declares that hing. borcs deveIop.d. thton the third bur
!the i the thickly populated states, it does ton Indept'ndent.: took
neglected sidewalks in that city it. }'or the
Florida ft..t
is thne
to k'ep the wheels greased for the a disgrace to her sisters. I IDOftths I
because says: uThe law clearly defines tha"tI' not follow that two cents a mile is .---- .. took them to the N- liiiprtsay, and
next fiscal year. and there was little : of her contract system for 1' they told
fIM that
the the
remunerative in Kansas, where {'hlldft.o had
opportunity for thE> democrats to do !convict labor. The Post may have I'property owners must lay sidewalks. I small and scattered The Boy and the Trusts. worm, but they diet not .4'fl. to rmc-ITh.prove. -
in front of their all population is
just learned premises on paled \ Then I t..ard .
anything but they availed themsel.H'S its city has just beenproelaimE'd tf the {'utk'Ut&
streets, and this law they should I These things should Le considered- itern-die. and 1
The late th'lUpt I would wriw
; : of the only opportunities offered 'dirtiest owned by henry AItl'muiI the well
I be compelled to obey without any dis- It has been stated br railroad men you about my C5p4', and 'when J gi*
and swatted the republicans a couple I PeOPle. that her police is exposed :known Philadelphia pulJlisher. dil'Uk. the Cuticura Soap and <
vicious attacks on 'uticura OlD&-
because of r
I that
As haw e\"eral
.: of good ones by passing the bill reg- ; at Albany as a "selfperpNuat we 1 led trusts and fon-a trouble from meat 1 bathed t h.. eblWftII hNdt
timid and that
; railroads, investors are with
ing machine in times declared any man owning a lot them the warn water and Cu&icura
ulating the hours of labor of railroad league with "ice and says Sun. Soap
,: :should be wealthy enough to lay a ,it is difficult to find additional money 1! and then applitod the Cutkwa OiD&-
traInmen to sixteen hours thus reliev- pneumonia and tliptheria slay her pee- At a journalistic dinner In Philadelphia meat, In few
front'of which make needed improw- wt't'U they had improved
with to -
sidewalk in
i it and if be is
ing the workmen to that exrent and pIe because those who draw salaries i this is I i Mr. Altemus said of trusts: and when ttwjr lstsM Wt'f'e well
at the same time lessening the., fail to earn theniVell! at her worst I not why. for the general good he ments. We can easily "Tht'y remind me in their cupidity you rould see nothing fJf the IOfW. 1 _

: chances of (lisaster by halving sleepy Florid.. is still above keeping cornpany -i should sell his lot to some one who I true. iof a boy I once knew. lihould about Le the Very glad to let otisrs kDow
will be able to obey the law" The Should the people whip the rail !i reat l'uticura HflfDtldiIN.
and overworked men on watch. with a town such as this. And I II "This boy s mother ran into the Mrs Kate K..im. :
- -- -.-- I the Pot: might remove a beam from !closing advice in the foregoing might!roads to a point where it the becomes nursery one afternoon and said: New York, N. y", Xov. I,Wt'ltt 3,and emh 7,19Qt i4t..':

; Montana's "Hash Bill. :its own eye before sticking a finger I well be applied in some other Florida cruelty and unfair? This is quesi i:: 'Jimm)', what' the matter With .

The lontana legislature now In H'S"sion j I in ours. And-is there nothing to becondenined cities that could bt' mentioned. tion Compel railroad managers to your little brother!'
: t threatens to what is known I' I be fair, certain, but don't hold them CUTICUR4A GROWS
pass in the New York pen it en- : -- -- 'He's crying: the boy ans\\ert'd. hAIR J
The ever
Governor's Private Secretary mercilessly and unfairly as
as the hash bilI" and all the restau-.,tiarr-Times.l'nion. I : up as Ii 'Leeause I'm eating
stick Removes
my of
: Jesse James and his associates di(1.- candy Dandruff and Soothes
rant keepers and lunch room proprietors and wont give him '
t Hon. Daniel A. Simmons, of Chiphey. Atchison, (fKan.,1) Globe. I, any. ItchIng Irritated Scalps.
are up in arm!;, The bill is going I II 'Is his
Two !
E. M. own candy
years ago Cason, of Zolfo, ____ finished! Warm IbampotJd
: to be put in force as soon as possible -:was night watchman of a sawmill at i Fla., has been named by GO\ ------- --- I II 'Yes, ma'am, and he crIed while 1 and light dredng with with Cutk-ura Soap.
the fearful ernor Brownard to Le thelatter's pri- The man who makes money in a l'uticura, tM
and proprietors are i i Ioffit. purest and
; He was near middle age and I I was eating that, too. IWt'etoit or m1OUiEonU SLp
: that their hell} } cannot be taught to was not worth more than $500, He rate secretary, filling the vacancy community has a duty to perform to f&Illflgh&j1.F"tflOVe

conform to the new order of thins ;bought about forty acres of land I!caused by the resigning of Judge J. that communit It may bt: that he i Mr. Morton Defeated crud.'. scales, and

without a prolonged Ileriod of instruction -:I Boring a well his Emmett \Volf. when the latter was al)-I has made his money by his superior :: .- dandru detttroy
: on place he disco-
: I hair
: : The bill is patterned after the :ered that rich beds of phosphate lay, pointed judge of the first circuit I business ability, and that he would The cltiuns of Levy county have J'i-\ soothe paraSIte.irritated,,

-. old national oleomargarine law in that.:under it Being an enterprising man !about a month since. > have done as well anywhere. That elected John R. Willis to represent itching .urfa
- it requires hotels. restaurants, cafe, I.I he associated himself with some of his This information reached the city does not alter the case. It his gifts them as senator, succeeding Senator ,hL'"r stimulate the hair

and boarding houses to post notices i friends in the mill to develop his find !i yesterday afternoon by wire The are great his responsibility is equally t Carter, dE>Ceased, -i &. ; \ seahi lIickost' sdn 10010, therI

and otherwise warn customers if any I l I and they proceeded to prospect with new private secretary to the governor great. No man was placed on earth There were three candidates In the f.., ,_.) the room with supply lAG. .

: of the Ingredients used in the preparations -their united savings as capital. Today -I!is a prominent attorney of Chipley, for the sole purpose of making money, field. John R Willis, G. A" Morton and i/I VI eigy and nourWi.V -

of hash have been adulterated the night watchman of two years I and hf' has a number of friends in I and the man who has this as his sole Oliver J. Farmer. )Ir, Willis rl'cel\ meat hair ,and make Uw
: heavy penalty for t 'or Pensacola and this section of the had better never been born. It grow UfIOO a
providing a ideal Bweet.wholttome.
!ago owns holds option on nearly : led 20i. )Ir, Morton iS!. and Mr. eIM healthy bcalpwben all
t violation of the proyisions. The keepers : 40,000 acres of rich phosphate land.! state who will congratulate him upon is not an act of charitj. but a simple t!Farmer 142 '"otes.I bath f5j4 and. r all f'ul'pMt of the toikC

of hotels and restaurants have felt according to the WauchulaTelegram. being appoint J to such a responsible duty for the man who has made mono. _______ and CUUcura nUr y. luUrora: Soap.
:position. little of it on for the benefit I Ointment aN Price4si.. 41
; that hash was a matter that was not .I The moral of this story is that FIor- ey to pass a Ii i FOR RENT. COlllpfote EI&fmal sad lnt.-i

tk to be looked into too closely, and that. ida IsstihI full of opportunities :: Friends of )Ir, Simmons say that of the community, even though. Slat Every, or}hlmur tit1euze IIr 1sL.u t fa. :u'-n sad Tr.M&st AJsi*. "15 IIr
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man to a RfIo/y..,
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FROM TALLAHASSEE.n from the committee on the .and from all the present hospital for the indigent YOUR BOY. teacher's rod may stir the associations .

management of the hospital, its insane at ",,aattahoochee. We found which the books and men
Interesting .Letter From Miss Jef and requirements, and not I !I that the superintendent, the physic may
.. such You do not know' what is in him. arouse, develop and direct, and thus
ferson Bell. committee should sit in .. j rules of the ians and the staff of nurses were discharging Bear wit h him; be patient; wait. start a boy agoing, with such energy .
of certain and particular acts the superintend- their duties in such a man-I Ii Feed him; clothe him; love him. He and determination that no power' oa '
transactions which procedure correspondence, i finer as to secure for the inmates ev- is a and earth: could him short of
Special to the Ocala Banner: boy most boys are bad. You stop the top
incur too great an expense to will permit him !ery comfort possible under existing 'think him most round of the ladder
Tallahassee, March 16.-The spec- so lighthearted, and fear i of fam*, .-
ial commission created under Section state and seriously embarrass :: the same. I'conditions. We noted that the presence he is lightheaded as well. But remember Vernon Call.
dividual members of .the of the superintendent and of the
1, of Chapter 5454, Acts of 1905 whichprovided'"That especially recom- he calls you father. When he .
which the resolution did not the statute laws was hailed with demonstrations in Beggar Prince to Play Three Night
a special commissionof [ I played your lap you fondly hoped
plate or provide for, and which of joy and affection where..erthey
six is hereby created, consisting of ; to adjudging per some day that he would be a great Mr. Matt Kussell. agent of tbe-
the governor comptroller, state health sides, veryproperly pertains I committing them went with us over the groundsand and" useful man. Now that he has Beggar Prince Company, was in the

officer and three other citizens of supervision and authcrity of the i inasne as will through the buildings. Such dem- I grown larger, and his young Llooddri..es city yesterday and arranged with Mr.
of state institutions. onstrations as could never be counterfeited -
this state who shall be appointed by | from unjust him into gleeful sport, and Sylvester to play three performancesand
the governor, who shall inspect examine : "The committee is of the :' wrong. by the patients in the hos-j!!makes him impatient of serious Saturday matinee commencing

into report and recommend to that although these persons :i recommends that pitaLy things, you always despair. But Thursday, March :Ist Over one
:. the next l legislature whatever in their lof a low order of intelligence and I the hospital I (> therefore-feel that these faithful don't be snappish and snarlish and hundred dollars was subscribed by

opinion I is necessary requisite and be indigent yet that they are !:j of the hospital I servants merit the approval and make him feel you are disappointed in our I leading citizens as an inducementfor

best suited to the welfare of the insane properly inmates of an i: and determin I confidence of every good citizn in the him. He bears your name and is to this capable company play here.

in this state in every way, including (signed and intended for the : and everycase j state. !send it down the stream of time. He The stage at he armory will be<< ea
a change of location in whole or treatment of insane persons. The ;;: before be I "All of which is respectfully sub- inherits your fortune and fame and larged and the company carry all

part, that the hospital for the insane mittee believes that these hospital as a pa I;mitteL" is to transmit them to generations to their own scenery so that first claw

may be placed in the highest plane should be excluded from an : I come.It attractions are assured. The repertoire I
n-J.d in keeping with the most advanc-hospital and placed in another these matters I|i FROM FERTILE FLORIDA. i ii can not be otherwise. A daughter for the three lt'rr"ormanN'111'

J and improved methods for the care I tution to be hereafter provided : the several com- ;,1 .divides; your fortune transmitsless be Olivette. Birds of a Feather and ,

of such institutions together with the the state for the indigent of that and to both I'IWhat is Going on in the Land of the of your fame and loses your Chimes of N'ormondy. The matin**

most approved method of treatmentof "The committee believes that committee rec- j Grapefruit and Pine. name. A boy is more nearly yourself will IK announce dalter.

insane persons," met in Tallahassee scope of charitable work and the 'legislature onj! Peter Pierson is shipping some lettuce than anything else can be. It is This will be quite an ovation to our

this week to make its report. Dr. pose which the state hospital : i'j from Pierson. through your boy you go down in his amusement loving public especially

J. Y. Porter of the state board of insane was originally intended amend procedure i Beans shipped from Lotus are nett- tory; through you boy you are to comic opera, which is always a wei

health. Dr. Lois de1.. Blocker of fit to be not only the isolation insanity. .ing very good prices. live in the future; by him you are to come theatrical {'H nt.

Pensacola. Mr. S. B. Cameron, of indigent insane of the state, but provide a home About all the oranges have been act upon the generations to come. It This company is at present playinga

Barlow, and Rev. Dr. W. E. Boggs. of! by a carefully devised treatment : idiots feeble;shipped from Rockledge. may be difficult to govern him. brt two weeks' engagement; in lInan,

Jacksonville, made a visit to the hospital i I patients may under improved i( |: E. N. Brown from Salena, has put be patient. He may seem adverse to Cuba where the public has been carried ,

at Chattahoochee early in Jan I itfic methods hope for a provide for a :one two acres in grapefruit trees. everything useful and good but wait. away with he delightful produc !

I uary. cure in many instances, or at ; purposes of sick- j Delicious strawberries are becoming No one can tell what is in the boy. lions furni&heil.

, M Owing, to the general interest in,1' such improvements as may :' or other ail- i very abundant on the DeLand market. He may surprise you some day. Hope The chorus i is composed of young

- matters relating to the care and welfare their return with safety to i:I l jj mental at the 1 At Pierson the peach trees are in Let him grow. While his body grows ladies and the cast includes Miss Etta -

of the insane in Florida the report homes, and thus relieve the ; i!'bloom and have formed good sized stronger and stronger his mental MerrU and Mr. Harry LaVelle. the

although lengthy is here given j the burden of expense and care. : as a specific I fruit. and moral nature man expand and im silver toned tenor and Miss Maud

in full: 'j "The committee believes that :i( under which this J I Oranges and grapefruit are still be- prove. Educate your boyYou may Maud Scott prima dona.

"1. Each of us has personally visited care and comfort should be given being pertinent |ling shipped from Fort Ogden in car think money spent in thlfa; )' is Electrical 1 effects will be used

the hospital for the indigent insane class of afflicted citizens whose and recom- {I I!load lots. spent in vain. You don't Know. Nt throuzho'it the performance. i

of Florida, at Chattahoochee, and hopeless and childlike dependent ] resolution calls ; The drouth still continues in the one can tell what i is in the boy. Besides

has investigated fully the conditions tition appeals strongly every :'f : under consid- !Kissimmee country and vegetables are there may be an unkindltV Cypress Tract Wanted.-Address

therein. Christian sentiment in the .;' it is: thought i suffering severely.A spark an unfanned! flame a smoulder! H. 79 Midland axenue. Montclair. N. I

"2. The institution is now maintained heart and to philanthropic the manage- large quantity of tomatoes and ing fina latent energy which the J. :-::.2t z Iz

by the state, is a combined asylum The committee believes that if hospital as well ,:quite a few eggs are being shipped -

for the physically infirm, and for state undertakes to conduct an and those : from Homestead every day. -

4-\"anety of mentally disturbed per tution for the indigent insane :' whole from the I The long continued: drouth in the I

sons, as well as for those who are management should be liberal. !i|; will relieve the i Punta Gorda section is doing a great I II

truly and really inasne. "the best that can be had from much I deal of damage. I'I'i iQ BOTTLES I! D [ r

";3. If the state: proposes to main I provided not only the buildings i iI ( in the duties !i I At Lotus nearly all the orange

tain a hospital; for the indigent insane I furnishings, but the .' directly upon the growers are fertilizing and putting I

of Florida, in accordance with miuistrative talent should be j the board of !i their groves in good shape for the "

chapter 5t5 then the legislature ed with an especial and single ;summer growing. I Whiskey.Ub

f?| should enact laws to that effect. We competence and ability in this :; that j Judson Brenneman representing F.Newell f
your commissioners are fully assured which may be classed as skilful I:' '>3 shall estab-: i & Sons of Chicago was in "

that the Lest interests of the in- expert in character. To obtain state charities ;Boynton last week visiting the grow-

sane and the carrying out of the purpose enced and skilful administrators, board shall have''ers.j 6 Full Quarts
of chapter 3454: require the removal whose training and life have (I' t of the state j Around Orange Springs the peach ((1' For $2 95

of those who are insane from voted to the treatment of the I i nature, trees are full of fruit. The early varieties Carolina Whiskey Only _
liberal salaries be and elee- large bullets in in- ( j
the present locality to some other suit must offered I are as some '
able place in the state should be paid. Cheapness in which are '!stances. -:v I p ;e Carolina Whialte will five excellent Mtuftctfon. It Is a well qed

"I. Some of tae older buildings now .istration in any part of the :,: in part by the ; Orange trees in Volusia county are l i'I"1[ i I I'I'I j.I'article t tures sold and by in irresponsible our estimation mail, far order superior whiskey to the house decoctions* at f.100 and to mix lUG
filth for the state's insane should ,|, : j(! t I 11'1'11/ : :''t per gallon. We make a special price on CAROLINA WJlJSKEYtolboor
in use being snaked with particularly has thor-j pros-pects I I I that we are not afraid of any kind of competition Our plants: cover fourteen
in the flooring, should be tolerated. Efficiency should be acre,making ua the largest mail order whinier U>OM:In the world.
i I and ( that the. II \
efficient encouraging.
condemned and the floors torn out to I very
material altogether nient at whatever cost. of the i William Hogg a prominent pine1 0 J 3 SAMPLE BOTTLES FREE.
with or
I he replaced new Send us 42.Q5 andwill .et
razed to the ground and built i "If the state is to maintain a so far increased grower of Jensen, says that prospects t tI ship you by express 6 full quarts of Carolina tthUktv and ..e
and others I excellent 1 will Include in same box complimentary,a umrfc uttA of each: ,
for a good pineapple crop are t
of this kind let it be I
in ity
and this state of facts "
up anew board > Zulid.... Oold Band" and Casper' U War Old \\bite Cora.I .
it right scientifically, and i. present since the recent rains.
our judgment; render more easy I
ati S"i more economical that the insane that credit may be reflected on as to make it i i Practically all the oranges have 1 I SPECIAL NOTICE! We deliver the above express prepaid anywherein
state else abandon this work and |!been shipped from Indianola. The re North Carolina Virginia and West Virginia, but customers livingin
to or
S itients should all be taken a new any
I cas.s"f them shall I other states reached by Adams or Southern Express Companies,
upon I showers have caused the trees
makeshift in cent cast of Mississippi River residing"
--I 8lity, I or subterfuge must remit We extra. Buyers on
.. nient. The committee finds in the present to show new growth and bloom. some other express lines must send $3.95.for the t quarta ami 3 sample
.,. The establishment for such an these bottles and we w ill prepay express. Remit cash with order and address]
asylum! for the insane as is contemplated I that there is a lack of careful is not only to : There are several acres planted the in. I I I THE CASPER CO., Inc., Roanollc. Va.
cukes at Solana. Although
which cation of the inmates of the ,I I I (Iii ff.Mlw... .11.1#..CltllIJat.,'.
in the chapter from our distress but to'' Ilill ( 11.t') OvMnoTC it R ri l-r land a non-separation into drouth *nd cut worms have done con I I I All vhufcic b.... o.d.r..rd.Ms at V Ik 4ir,... arm ........"'" 4 t"re wwkr 11MJiAiloeal
e quotation is made contemplates,, that the great':siderable damage shipments will com :F ran T..it ..4 Iftn( Lt..
those from different
changes in our present methods of adjudging II |' offices are create 1. I
from others of diseased '1I mence April
insanity I
individual insane as well !
an to the best
A large is being planted i
her I feeble minds, but who arc acreage -
him -
in the method of conveying or -
of the
state. j
i sane. This fact has already to melons at Seffner. At this point I
recommend :
to the a'lum.'t'; there-1' earnestly urge orange trees are blooming, but it is i;
require> that ample j hided to but is referred to .011/11011N1NNN1111N1.NWI111111 t1111111111N11N
fore that you 1907
the same !
feared the will be verysmalll
cause it is believed that a crop

lime the Ill' taken condition to thoroughly opersons; investigate who-I to tion bring on admission to the notice would of tend the at hi 1903 were with made this unless Last there year three is some hundred rain soon.and twen I!j WANT BIO FOPS{ THEN USE IDEAL FEqTlLlZEq i ii

Ifl\(' evidence of natural disturbance; I that our experi I
tyficars of cabbage were shipped I
that the investigation be held in the state institutions the have convinced OUR BOOKS WILL TELL YOU
those who disordered from Coleman. Drouth has cut J
although i
county court; that a jury of six per-j I four years have crop down so much this season that
mind not insane and
the are not II
sons hhall be impaneled to try he resnonsiMl-: '! FLORIDA VEGETABLES' corn"IRISH POTATOES1-Book
it is believed that not more than one
the wards of the state in this
cause and that a commission of three, ular. The committee finds that :, and his hundred cars will go from that sta- j: plete manual on Florida crop "Soil Seed Planting and Cultivation
two of them being physicians, shall board of chari : Effect of Fertilizers. Diffgiag
I\ i buildings are not constructed :\ ,
e required to examine the patients view of efficiently treating > should consist of tion.The Jaudon Bros. Co., have shipped : "FLORlD.ORAXGES"llook of and Shipping."
H.t .:1 testify to the court with regard three in num .
and that the sane. The new structures are fifteen cars of grapefruit this season. : special interest to orange grow PINEAPPLE FERTILIZING
her insanity
4ifi'tt he deemed complete table but that is about all that most eminent They expect to handle several cars' ers. special interest to pineapple
shall not
examination said in their favor. available; that of tomatoes a day from now on. They : growers.
until all reasonable doubts as Ibe
fully given to : about one-third
the as
be "The committee finds that the report crop "FLORIDA STR.1WBERRIES"'IDEA(. FERTILIZERS'Book
to his or her condition shall entire-1 I branch of the'i larger than last year. :
-- ly removed. !leral hospital facilities for salaries should 1 Booklet on "Soil. Varieties. Cul all of our different brand anal?
lIon. James W. Perkins has boughtan
h "To further recommend that the(of ordinary acute and other i with interest in a 15-acre: orange grove ; tivation and Fertilization ses prices, etc i
judge be empowered to order which insane persons are as '
county ability. at DeLand. Last year the fruit from the above published free for asking
services have with of sound + New and revised Edition ot Just
tbe of whatever : equally persons .. i
payment respect- ;,this orchard netted $2.0uO. Mr. Per + -- ..
leu necessaryin conveying the patient are not sufficient nor are the ., this +
i kins is one of the largest orange
decently and orderly the court, now used for the purpose' well ago the com- .:growers in the county. having now 'lVllSO & TOOMER FERILTIZER I COMPANY i
from such funds of the county as are ed or arranged. This is due called attention I
!over fifty acres.The
not otherwise appropriated, and the I fault of the superintendent or and near Oakland cor. in the JA'K 'NVILLK.; FLA:
having been of the hospital but
of the patients physician ,
insanity resent state hos- recent issue a09i0tDA .
,ion wrote in a : I .fa10101111N1111 itb 11 1N111110111111111N111
established we recommend lack of appropriation by the
thus carefully I affect the com "The croakers that have been busy !
that the superintendent of the ture of funds for the purchase inmates and prophesying that owing to the drouth j cor.--- __
be required on struments and appliances which '
hospital of the commit .there would be no orange bloom arebadly ;
send one or more committee deem absolutely ,
due notification to to inn sti-
mistaken, as on all accounts .- |
attendants from this institution to!la hospital of this nature. the state insane : come of trees showing large I

bring the patient with due care and I "The committee is impressed : crops :."-New York Produce cVE! & ACK0 Y

to the institution. The nec-10bser\3tion and other means further suggest News. 1

Jit.tfl'DCY' for his or her transpor has acquired that patients in institutions
being certified to the countyJudge sane hospital are kindly and employ one orj I ------- I FURNITURE DEALERS

by the superintendent of the ly treated by both officers and : to act as po- 1 A big supply l of sealing was and --

hospital and byhint ordered paid ants and that every effort: is intruders tres- corks for sealing syrup bottles and \\" E t'ARR1' K V K U V T 11 I Mi f IN Till: LINE OF

) from the funds of the ("ollnt '. (comfort and happiness therefore ; of improp jars.x. TYDINGS & CO.

) -6. Your commissioners find that criticism of the management the upon the House Furnishings i Parlor Suits
i convictions as to the needs ofsuch i mittee makes it is desired should -- ---- -
our or near -I In and Rttc1
Art Squares and Mattings. |
r treatment of the insane as is' 'derstood to be directed against to have the au Rugs I
lr'el: by our appointment is so!'Ulcthods which are due to the WEEKLY
contnij to eject tres- I Bed Room Suits Dining Room SuitsIn
well expr....:ed In a report made by a 'laws and not against the grounds.
coniiuituf of the legislature in 190,.'the institution. The committee said of- Mahogony Birch. Birdseye of all kinds-Mohogany and Oak.

that we take the liberty to quote largely !,mits for the careful ) judge of the Maple and Oak.
from it. thereby giving you the benefit -the legislature of 190S. the offense was com COURIER- Crockery

of our personal convictions, but |I "The committee believes that of the peace w11SSIOn F urn tture Complete line-Dinner Sets and
of a committee often through indifferent and
convictions I
also of the In all the different f.nishei Odd Piece
of the legislature itself on a former less methods of examination a amend this JOURNAL

occasion. i mit nient is made to the insane of 19'
"The committee very carefully considered !tal of those whose condition does the superin AND I

in minute detail: !; warrant the confinement and for the insane j I| All Kinds of Bed and Table Linens, Lace Curtains, Porters

"1 FirstThat the general purposefor many instances unworthy by THE OCALA BANNER jtWeeklyi j j and Goods
which'the state hospital for the,admitted as free patients when the home for I I | Upholstering

indigent insane was instituted and their own financial condition or clothed with the I f 1 Heaters Ranges Cook Stoves
revision of laws, regulations of relatives is abundantly able of the and ,
"Second: peace ONE YEAR
of rules, for. and of the hospital lieve the state of this charity.: : i i owned by the BOTH !Ii Full Line of Ip-to-date Picture*. fruinnl and uufratned. and PK

may tend: in the future to a ; "Your committee would su shall consti ;i tune lot1ldin s. Full *tock of
as i:
and amore that the buildings and i FOR

better careful system-of discrimination in rom'(Chattahoochee land betterments with from proper time to !,I is district.thoroughly : ONLYThe $1 10 | Farm and Turpentine Wagons, Buggies, Harness and Saddles

up to date hos
itment. ;:
finds from personal (might be used as a home for :i apartments Presidential election is ap- : Exclusive fiaio: of the best wagon; on earthhe Studebaker

(observation C"The t committee and inquiry, and also( needy: persons as have been for the reception proaching. "Times have changed iI j And carry the very best! line of High; tirade BuJt ie* and i arriage 4,

statements of thesuperintendent mentioned, who are not 1 they That is all. Watterson is a Democrat
and I : can re- I
from report that In view of all these ; and has always been a Democrat 1'Iilrtrr
of the hospital insane. j that is giv- B! iek. l Lim", CVment. aid
now in the state your commission continue to | i|i be served with ; never a Republican. Essential Building Hair. I 3th. :>liin;;lHj5. )
there are persons
the indigent insane as with approbation from the !! as they or !differences out of the way Democrats I

hospital for who although adjudged 1905: i i[ to pay for. i are getting together. The Cour- I II Flintkote Roofing, Oilsj
therein, aterlO I
patients Journal is the M
committedas 'The committee recommends: j'ier- going to support
bear I
and have been to quite I White LKU! Varni-lu-. Kir.Wrtll .
insane "
that is to separation of the violently :: i'I of such anI !(ticket. And there you have it.
not insane: ,
insane, are Ma nite Wall Paints
: :
of peaceful i Paper.
not bereft of reason from ;i Send your orders for this combination -
or say of they responsible are thought or action. tendencies. |;i : close their to us-not to the Courier-Jour- all and give 'J; :a trial 9sB.Wt will not he nndenold and will pleaaa

.:a- committee also in the nat. The the
"The Intention of the legislaturewas 'The ; regular price of Weekly l & Mackay.Paints .
to elicit an expression of opinion, the separation of the criminal ; of ,Couri 'r.Journat alone is $I a year. t iVIcIver



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PLACES OF INTEREST IN HA-.1(flowers of every kind are works of.1 I carrying on a revival! service or I AT DUNNELLON. !cf $20,000 per year for auditing it:: Branch's Genilne VJ

VANA. fart i and while they appear exceedingly something similar to one. When the I j accounts in the state of Florid; Watermelon Seed **

'odd to a strager they last almost for. bars were broken it is supposed that (Special to the Ocala Banner. |should pay more than $3,500 yearly Rattlesnake

ever. On quite a number of the graveswe they remained quiet until everybody I! A masquerade ball was given by Give them a square deal show then Only Pure Strain in United Statea.

-Ol course one of the first places noticed black wreaths construct- about the hall was profound in slum jthe local camp of the Woodmen {)f '110 favors. Carefully selected; kept pure forty

that the members of the Flon.la Press led of jet. Some of the graves are permanent ber then they quietly stole away. the World at the city hall on Tuesday !i Give us all a square deal and shov years. No other variety grown oo

Acssociation visited during their recent but some of them are only I The officers of the law are in pursuit night for the benefit of the poor. The two favors to the poorest nor the larg. plantation of 1,500 acre. Pure seed

visit in Havana was old Moro (rented for a certain length of time i of them and it is believed that !leader in the movement which result. jest I corporation in the state. impossible where different kind

r Castle-that fort that is so filled 'and if the rent is not promptly paid !their recovery will be only a question jed so successfully was Mr. Harry !! L. S. LIGHT. are grown: loz.lSc. :oi. 28c. ; 4 ox.JOc .

.with interesting memories. Never a the bones are disintered and dumpedinto lof time. Stalberg. i ; 1-2 Ib <#c. : lib $1 ; SIb ...!it.; 10b

tourist goes to the island but that almost : the bone yard, which is enclosedby I All these men are negroes. i| This was the first masquerade ball ;I A Delightful Dance at Weirtdale.I IS.50.Remit delivered.registered letter l or mope> er

his first thought is to go through : a large circular stone wall. Not I : in Dunnellon's short but eventful his- Weir
i Lake side Hotel toe Lake ;t der. Send for heed annual.

Morro Castle. It is partly built onrolid only.( are the graves rented but often- i I INVESTS IN OCALA. 'tor) It is needless to say that it was J Veirsdale Fla., was the scene of i, Manual on melon culture on all or

rock and partly hewn out of sols time the coffin is rented just'to trans ,'very largely attended not only by great attraction last Saturday eve ,ders.

id rock. It stands out in bold relief port the body from the house to the I JDunnellcn i! people, but by our neighbors
{ Mr. Holloman and Several of His Assistants ning. Invitations were isuwl by Mr

against the blue of the sky line; tall, cemetery, where it is taken out and I in the City on Important throughout this section ,*' '"", :'and Mrs. Clawson to an informal social :: j I M. I. BRANCH,

majestic and seemingly indomitable. I placed in the grave. Development Work. !rus and Marion counties. and dance. Columbia Co. Bcrzclia, Ga.

It is a magnificent natural fortress I( The Havana hearses are very gorgeous I Quite a nice sum was realized and.it Musicians were secured from Ocala

that has beeen added to, improvedand the horses are richly caparison- is estimated that something over violinist and Mrs --
Miss Pansy Soutt-r, --- -
strengthened by man's ingenuity.The !ed and the driver is always splendidly James A. Holloman, treasurer and i se\ent '.fi"e dollars was cleared.! ; .t---
Alice Cline, pianist.
following] description of Morro arrayed in purple, scarlet or :yel- general manager of The Jacksonville The feature of the occasion was theexcellent "

will probably be of interest to our !; low. But if one is too poor to hire Development company was in the city i music for which thanks are thing The over guests fortyin of the house number were, and soave a g (Ol:20'!! ':

readers and we clip it from an article 'a hearse the coffin is carried on the !yesterday accompanied by Roland due to two of Ocala's accomplished ant; rLGn

that we have just read on Cuba: | shoulders of four men. oodward, the company's engineer, :j!:musicians, Mr. Haile and Mr. Tucker neighbors many more entered of !the into cottagers the spirit ol, .fiI

"The ascent to the entrance is by (I In the Colon cemetery there is a 'lof jand J. W. Edmondson, superintendent ; and also to Miss Webb, who played < the occasion and had a royal ?<>oJ i \ i

pretty little chapel where masses are the company's field force. These or ... .' J
an inclined road, which is shaded by 'I the accompaniment on the piano. dining hall wa. '. '' 0
time. The large '
royal poincianas and laurels, and hedged -'said for the dead. There are also the gentlemen were making the preliminary While every member of the camp cleared for dancing and the inspiring! ; Tlf CURE ti. ... ." .c.'- II:'

with impenetrable cactus above catacombs and a number of other survey and locating streets etc., ; deserves credit for the part he per tithe .c. "ttl: oJ 1t t
music from the musicians brought I .
walls. things of interest. tin their beautiful sub-division in SALTSICKCM .. ... ....
which tower the moss-grown formed in the good work, Mr. Stal floor both old and Tlu u I n.' iircr. II

All about us the prison like rooms I The victims cf the Maine explosion.!city which will be known as Ocala| berg individually deserves special parlor walls and office wereily young.beautiful MAY'Yrt.*,III1Ittl. '.f' ''d' .t '$ tr4rAGRtt

casements, storerooms, kitchens.. magazines were temporarily buried at Colon cemetery -i Heights. This property, which is on credit for having devoted the better r a. itr Y .. -, ... .... '
: I decorated. s.'tc' -c- 4 ',
: until they could be moved to i iI Lake Weir avenue, inside of the I ft.tiAtiAPL :4
city .
and dungeons, '
bomb-proofs part of his time for the past two Refreshments srrvr.1 .t.nt I TlltIlHAh'S ISNCTA '00;) t. 'a'" 'P1Rht
with grated embrasures vaulted roofs I the Arlington cemetery at Washington I limits, is decidedly the most aUracI j'!weeks in planning for this successful were I. "Iii '"At''' ', "'l
:; when it came to the "good nights"about ai exits ZS ([ !TS -, ,"''t
The walls of where they now rest for all eter live residential vacant property in the ,
and dark recesses. are I I occasion. 12 o'clock one declare d]I rptSA.lirtaAt'Aa ti... _' "..r..: ;" :: erA
formidable heights, the ditches of astonishing I nit)'. I city, and with a live, progressive firm There were three prizes awarded. every
('I. : that they had had a good time and IILrtllilltiE : STEt ..lfi1PruT1
--- -- like the Jacksonville
depths. It is not at all a I First prize was given to Mr. Stalbergfor left with a feeling of appreciation foi -

cheerful place, and when we come to I THE LABEL THAT BELTS THE company behind it. with plenty of cap- the "raggedest" man in the hall. 1 Lakeside entertainments. Among tht' .

a narrow, steep, high-stepped stair GLOBE. ital to develop along high lines, there The next prize was given for the outside guests were Mr. and Mrs. %. -

descending into the interior its no doubt that the property will be 'neatest"
way girl in the house. This was
C. Chambliss of Ocala. Mr
depths we feel no desire td exploreits 'I Mere Than Zb.OOO Miles:;; of Labels (eagerly. sought for as soon as placed won by Misses Dora Walters and I TL -. : ,

mysterious darkness but turn in- Used in 1906. on the market. Ocala is to be congratulated I Helen White. They were dressed exactly Buff Rocks.

stead to the more inviting way which I on having the Jacksonville i alike and represented the Red Pine strain of riinest selected

leads up to the ramparts. Here we !!I The quant'-; labels purchased by Development company enter this cityas ; Cross Society. The last prize was given fowels.) Eggs guaranteed to IK fresh WII iiI .j
investors and
developers. The !
have a view well worth coming from the Anheus ;r-Ba -'i Brewing Association to Miss Annye Fienberg. This and in the best possible' condition for
Havana to behold over harbor and company is one of the strongest in prize was hotly contested for and its .hatching. 15; eggs guaranteed totao
: from t _' red States {
town and gulf. On the seaward side : Printing the state, with a number of Florida'sleading decision
required more time on the .
i hatching. 15 eggs! Buff Rocks $1'
:Co., of Cincunai. 0., during the
we are directly over the sea, and look- capitalists behind it, and Ms part of the judges than all the other 15 eggs Buff Orpington $2.0 FUNERAL
190C reached ft of
enormous total
| record for high class work along .
ing down into its clear depths per a aggressive prizes combined. Miss Fit-nberg was Address
|;344,9SO,00"; .t-
paper necessary
but conservative lines. It
haps discern one of the monstrous dressed to represent a Gypsy fortuneteller iMrs.l W. I.. MARTIN
print this in mere lot weighed G34,- not do of the "land DIRECTOR!
sharks for which these waters havean any jobbing, and wore a complete and typical 3-22-tf Citra. Fit. ,
evil ASS pounds or over :;47 tons. scheme business and wherever it invests (I .
('ostume.aturallr.. being a bru- -

.-;. "The stone building on the harbor !;while The drinking ordinanchener his bottle little of beer realizes and it develops. It is generally nette, she filled her part perfectly j;' Fine Carload of Horses and Mules. H"h' & full -took of Cortiti* Caskets

side of the ramparts contains a well! stated that the company has been one Her nearest competitor and the one: and! Ilurul Outfit. "wml given to
!; toying with the "Budweiser" label of the in the I I Mr. I). W. Tompkins has just re-
equipped signal service station. The ; strongest agencies rapid [that caused the long delay of the Burial ..rrvieer.Embalming.
h that if all the "Budweifer" labels used of it has : received an exceptionally fine carloadof
lighthouse was built in 18S4 by Gov development Jacksonville as I[,judges' decision was :Miss Hattiej;
by Anheuser-Biich Brewing Association and mules from Columbia
built scores of homes in that city in horses to Order
: ernor-General O'Donnell whose Irish- : Fienberg, whose costume was that of
is immortalized in huge during HUH; were placed end to the past two years and sold them on Chinese Tenn. They were selected with gnat
Spanish name a laundryman. She washed
end, they would reac!, a distance of. I
: letters high up on the face of the tow such easy payments that people are and ironed in the hall and so complete care and are warranted sound and .
72-10.1 miles. I
,22,212 As a matter of
homes that under other circumstances
'- in They area
her and : every respect.
er. was costume manner
"The not of nor fact the labels printed by the United could not hope to acquire that her excellent! lot. Call atMr. Burnett
guns are great age States Printing for the An identity was not known until particularly Jerry
them. It is understood that the
yet of the most modern type of coast heuser-Busch Brewing Association dur- com I the time arrived for the masks to Tompkins' stables and Inl ltt''tthE'm.
that walls Ipany will not only develop and sell ,( I
defense. It is believed the be removed. Everyone present x
ll 06 were placed end to end, they
would stand the shock of firing heavy :'ling go entirely around the globe here Ocala for Heights!; but will loan and money other- I thought she was a boy. There was a j Ii i Merchant

building purposes ,
castle the
guns. Below the on number of other excellent characters
"and then some, for they would covera wise become factor in the I ; BULLS FOR SALE.Grade
side, down by the water, are the guns distance of 25,933 71-1 no miles or if I growth and a potent of Ocala. I represented. j I .

of the Battery of the Twelve Apostles |they were laid down flat one on top of development his entering I I A fine lunch was served after the : and pure bred siiorthornt- ,
In of
.5' each of the twelve having its i speaking company's unmasking.The home raised and ready for service. Tailoring.Ocala .
I another, and piled in one stack, they the Mr. Hollon.an made I
These are the most city S. H. GAITSKILL.
apostolic name. first prize was five dollars in.
would make the New York and Chicago -
the island. !.the following statement last night at I -l.tt Mclnttwh, Fla.
powerful guns on They sky-scrapers look like mole hills gold and the other two were two and
command the mouth of the harbor. ?the Ocala House to a Banner reporter half dollars each.
: j'for they would tower up a distance of !! which call a I TOMATO PLANTS W'14.6t1 LivingEton's. -
Five hundred yards beyond is the battery 'I', I : "Our property we- Dunnellon is coming to the front': Florida.
.23 CC-100; of a mile, and mind you, this I(
called La Pastoria-The Pastor. [:Ocala Heights i is inside the city limits Beauty, Stone, Paragon and
!. as a social center. ANNIE EFF.I
: does not the stock labels used !
East of the castle commanding the cover situated on the west side of Earle I Dwarf Stone, ready Feb. 10, to March Finest Imported aWl

sea, is the Velasco Battery, named in I by the Anheuser-Busch branches or ;!j jI !j:street or Lake Weir avenue- as I hear 1, $1.50 per thousand; ten thousand Domestic Cloth \
their authorized bottlers. LIGHT SAYS RAILROAD TAXES t
honor of Captain Velasco whose fame I !lit more frequently termed. We have lots $1.40; cash with order. Guaran
: These curious and interesting de- |' TOO LIGHT.
about hundred lots and we Cutting
is indelibly associated with the history I only one a
: illustrate the teed from blight or root Knot. J. R.
ductions gigantic
-, proportions ;i:shall develop along the highest possible ) Fits Guaranteed
of Morro.: Special cor. Ocala Banner:
Davis Bartow, Fla. :2-10-6t
of the label supplies for thisbrewery
After a ramble all over and through j ;I lines. The streets will be properly The present law in regard to tax ,

Moro we proceeded to the fort of Cabana ; graded and tile or cement sidewalks should be amended so that this class
The reader will best realize the '
which lies near-by. The ascentto I will be laid in front of every should be amended so that his class
: of this volume of printing by
Cabana is exceedingly steep and the I stopping to figure out what it means ,lot. Ornamental shade trees, possibly of property could not escape paying Florida East Coast Railway'Local

entrance to the fort is very massive I such immense lot of I palms, will be set out on both sides of its proper proportion of taxes. .
ito print an pa
and odd looking and it is a somewhat I every street, and the property parked If the law was changed so that all i : Time Card No. tl In Effect Jsccarv! 9. i d7. *

rambling fortification but. covers an per.As of these labels are printed +and beautified to make it an ideal residence bonds, stocks, mortgages, etc., that
most sonruoiM.tEAD now: '
section. The city water exji I t'ORTUfOL\D..READ
immense I are taxable, not assessed assessor's
space. on UP.
'!'in several colors (the "Budweiser" la- i now to within two blocks and Vn.-It1 "n. :....-'It.---- -20"..-. :l.I' iSo .. .. "_.
After the sombre grayness of :Morro. Mends books, to be recognized by law as of1 1 TK 7 4 > .IK u. tI'
and Cabana we thought we should like I beg containing four separate printings we shall at once make an effort to I' no value and uncollectable by law. liailjf. I l"y I1'ily! 1)8117 A STATIONS l>all> Jully t'Mlly list!,

it is equal to a total of almost 18.000- .- I_H _A__ II U
something a little more enliveningand carry it right to the property. We do This would compel the owners of such 8 :?.-1 4 2irV.1''Yr. 8 "'"Ii'-........... J...L..IoI>nt II' 7.. 7.f11t.._ __ __ _
sheets of ... '. l .4"/1t eiu
large paper- 4 !C.'II { .. .. .f'-.L
(000 i this the market .f CRY. ,j.Nl..lbJ.cko!<' '' ... .,
not expect to get on T S.PK I :* .
after what ( .I 7 :
colored we
gayer so :; enough to keep one large cylinder property to report same to assessor !! 6. would call lunch (the Cubans have a for 22,120hours : until the latter part of April althoughour and would add more than $1,000,000 i 'IIIo"\ 6 o J li I"f., ...-. ... ..I 5 JK: .u........ !', 1f. "I .
I running constantiy 0 61II'HI"II 9 fc-M Lv....._... .
press '
I: : ....
work in e,4 Iatka.
meal the afternoon street force will be at I L\ 6" n> 6 O v 2'ai R! W
mid-day ) we spent to assessed valuation and greatly -- ; ; j _
almost nine figuring :n117 ( 'It i2(,)S 1G .... ? : -
or years 1"IIIM. ._..
&t :
[ L.h. ,
Ocala j re'l LI iv 5
on the Prada, the center parkway of .ion working day of eight hours, :GOO the next week. All the lots in duce the millage on all properties 9J.(- 4. f, at "II_11"11 0 ::>ili Lv...._.. .._. Yrictks_ .._....... An I:,4 7fe** 4 7felV S*K 5 6'.Ar, 6 6fO OJM

Havana and connects all the other a Hights will be large with an alley in'I the state. .. .-"tt 12 6.VM-. .-.-..-.;A"r.-..-.-_. an ,I.It'o.b; l 0-._'r_........._... ..__ :__. _

parks the beautiful Malecon drive.I' working days to the year. the rear and as you probably know My dog, if stolen of killed 1 could I i( -5 Un -1 t':4.Y 7 j.y 7.V,Y Lv..........._San Mateo...._._....Ar ._L!H' .'...... .. 1 ',,.... .. ...
The printing of all these labels ...... ;. rTz; a .. ..... : .: -1.
almost -r L' .._._.... .liunsells.............Lt
and the Vedado- The parks and driveways to about 500 people this property is exceptionally high not collect any damages for my loss j I ....... 1211 ...........,I .. __ .._l> ._. .. 4' Yn.. 'I, 4 : ,11I, 'a
gives employment upontu. 4 1'74''r1ll ,,...... ., 4 ., ". .. ..
( overlooking the city, as a mat- II N :"SY.......... .
r IllI ...
of Havana are extremely lovely.It iin alone besides because I fail to assess the dog, andI -Ormond Hotels..._ ..... .. 4."' r.....
trades Vt'Y ?
I the t' :tiM 12 5'iW URMi"
printing : 11 :
of fact. We shall sell the few lots I : --- ClrmCln d a .. .... .. .
was Sunday afternoon and the last electrotypers, compositors, ter believe the man who has invested in j 1 it lftI 4";n 1 (q'II 113'ar'.I'! -.......... ifivtoDa "_---..._. .. II :;.. 4 (I.' H''f_ '" 4' .11II
; pressmen 'sir : .
Sunday of the carnival season. It paper makers, etc. The benefits expend we have at reasonable prices and on I bonds, sfocks, etc. who cheats the state j I! 122(',,, 92tw f. [:II"_.JS-irsdr., I ...."_.....I'ortOrar....ew ......_._ .. II I;:._... I ': :' t_II .It...
the whole population -! easy terms, and shall sell them quiet.i -- !!Dy"a.I 2 SpM'86Aat :! b 4s 4 _
seemed though and railroad commission I :
as should ..
have i '.0'"' .. 2
such -I'r.
out in gala attire in many other directions, ly, employing only the most dignified, ;! 10 1#c.+. .- 3'vine: .......... .. ..-.- Lake lItltn "........ Lv 12 ...... .....t t t' .
of Havana ) .
were the right to hire a civil .._.... Oran i 'I
competent engineer I -?, ......... .
''as ink and color manufacturers, machinists I j' J.i. .. 4LFJtwt ** ) )2 3p1t..._...._, 6 IIW .... ...
4 .. City
Jacksonville .._
be tohave business like methods. The : Orange ..... '
seemed to JunctSmyrna. ...
and their one object i to inspect the roadbeds, of our : ::::::::::: : JZ_ 'f" I 6I w y
and the machinery _
who make repair t2w'. _
1 as gay a time as possible. Avery Development company does [ railroads and be given the to : ....Y 1.!f\<7 tt :1!<1 WN12GcfLrew.......... .. ......... ._ 2 of .M. .;. ;?: :. _." _4' : ,::II:
: for producing the paper inks other I power 'IoI I" .............Usk Hili...._.._ 21 *..... .,....
; ..
fine band-the Municipal-which operate free gift sales, or use | compel the railroads to correct the. 1104 ,1Ir ( 2&..::: 12 fIfMI .\r............_ TltU'vllle. ..._. Lv + ..
who mal eland I IA+t !mot
lumbermen (
is employed by the city, played spirited |and presses; fictitious methods in its operations. i I i of the i I ;.0 I-ttu 10 ON TlO(vw;-5 btf11 Ar...._........_..anf"td ........ ..:.:.:., 11:., ....::.... .IJI 3 tt: rI
wrongs reports. I 63.-; LrI! .l. 6.
supply wood pulp which goes into I invests ;i .._ ",t 11 s.-UI..... .......:Lv... .......... ...anford.. _..._. A r 5I 04L : "a .. '
hundredsof It and conservatively -
music and hundreds and quietly I --- ? ::V IOtr4r
Our railroad commission : I : .1Ji
should be I Igin.n -Tsni..
the manufacture of paper-trainmen, "gS! 25AR11256iyLv.............Titus the......_......1r
carriages buggies, the fire wagons, its money where others can afford to i[ the .... 331".1.._.._..... 1..t.L! v.14 '. 1-Rot
i draymen, etc.. who assist in transporting power to compel railroadsto i j i 2" : coeoa......._..-.J.v'' 1(4'11.......... I'o4r .
several floats and automobiles drove | invest. and it sells its properties absolutely (5Y 155S JSE; 1Pv : -...._...Rockledge_.._._ "
the labels or material out of pay fines within thirty days when ....._..... ..._.. 'IIU .... .. 1 (( 2 UJIft 12 -.l'l 2 "a
round and round the Prado and Male- upon their merits! and in fined by commission, or give them the :I .:.::::: : 12 l!,n 4 1:PlI........._ .. elboun Galhe ....-......- a. )2 3 sr.' .._.._. I:! -:: ............
!I which they are made-from one place ...I''I" SS.r 4 t'w.; ....._._ ".- e. _. 127.: '..._..' 1211.' ......
< con drive from three o'clock until I Ito' another. I II keeping with actual and rah fictitious right to attach moneys in hands of I I .......:,Rrl, i 4'.w 64F\1.! ........... ,. "...--.E'ellut..n......_..Et. Luc........__..?... .". 11474r., .._...i, .1 .,.'-,>.......!..-..

dark. The carriages were filled with difficult and well nigh values. We shall possibly make it acondition railroad agents and to hold such moneys -i 2: :2 C.O/M, 6 KAY 3 3**' a'.....-.__ ". )1 t.-., ..._;.... 10 :*rJi.v............
I It would be 1 1I 2 25w! 6 23r1il.... ..._ .. .... .. 10 121.sr1 1. OOAJI
gorgeously dressed Cubans of sak sin Ocala Heights I ? ........_ "
gaily impossible to say exactly how many our till our higher courts decree to I .....-.?. 2 Ollll C 17W........._," ..N .Tibbalh.e.. .... ,. )0 Ztr.1! 11 i.i.-tI.... ......
in fancy that residence costing less than one .... ... 2 ,,' ; 6 .._. 10 1JR.: ._ 9 t2Y ........._.
principally women-many no the contrary.The .1 ;" :3!IIiI., _... ._.........waen.>tn_._....._. ,. .
dress costumes and wearing masks. i people are employed by one or another thousand dollars will be permitted I: .... 24OM 6 4PII..._.... ...?.............Ptuart.; .._..........._ .. 10 .....__ 947,*! ........_
in the manufacturing all these railroad property in the state. ...-3 fbi 7 fSn..t33uf ........I, ... ........Hole .........'_ .. .0 tbttr...__ fI 3771........_
They were throwing confetti and serpentine I built in the sub-division and it will f amounts to more than $105,000,000. I : 7 2"K ........ -- \\. Jupiter. .. 94J..1I...:. .._..... 9 1py ........_
(labels for tbe Anheuser-Busch Brewing 6 OS4v 4 1PaY 8 rxnr 6 w'Ar.riw, riVmfe'Zr 9......11.. ......... S.V'' *.
rol- '
and all having the most I also loan money to all purchasers They a tax $25,000,000;; and f !' 4 H 8 itY; l 10 haw 8 IJYwi .
i Association. pay on pay I 'iii' 4V 8 'If'I 5 Zn Lv.... .. Falm Ueacb. .i I' *
licking time imaginable. Some of the i ___ __ s for building purposes. Of course, no other taxes. They want a paying Ii zj': 5) 0iV: 8 <::*.. S5PII"' ....._..We: >t Palm tacb..7lAr 8 354r' 102Ct,, 8C P\" I'
..-....- 5 2St j COfM........... .......... 8 III10! WJ"1, 7 4.$ l M
entrancingly beautiful desirable white will! be I | -.I:orntn ............... Jrt--l 'j
Cuban women are DELIVERY. 'only people .... ... .L7 l.., ........... it.
j WHOLESALE JAIL ([ revenue on $105,000,000. They want 6 EM.H 9 IOPV........._ ...._......_IItlray.: ...._.. .. 7 ltJw....
and they wore most gorgeous I, I permitted to buy in Ocala Heights. On ito pay taxes on $25.000,000.; The railroads .....-.- 6 g:.'.r 10 0ip,1.....__ 11 .......port Lacderdaie"..._. 7 f*IJ w.-! .._ 7 .. ._
I .. -... C 4iivt 10 nYvt( +... .. .* .. ........_ .. fi bO ."' 6 04 J ........_
i the whole the sub-division will be attractive ?"?- Dacla............
costumes.It j should pay a license tax the ......- C 5'j.* 10 2IFfII....._._ .' .. ........ 642ii....._.._ 6tu1t......__ ,
was indeed a sight that made a :i On Wednesday morning about four and kept so. and we expect !same as any other business concern I; ......... j 1'Rw 10 4 C".... ..-..........-.Iislandae..r.LemonZ'ityJJ! !.... ., 6 SOUl......... 6 4S* ........"
be ascertained !8 I W&7 :wtI''Ar......... .. 6 (N 4r ...... '... b I'.ca. ... -(
the mind of the o'clock as can Miami.
lasting impression on | as near sell the best lots have only to I -?" _....... ?
4 to we Jin the state. Other states collect '-" 8 c.v'II .. ............iLvJ ......... .... ? .r 6 GCAY! IS 1 6 10--H 8.ai '

foreigner.and one It was that a will scene not of mad soon revelry be 1 nine I jail for prisoners various confined offenses in broke the county the ple.the wrbest class of the local peo- 'I this kind of a tax and believe they ,! :: ._ 10Sl'i:::.:..:.:': ............/Ar:....... ....Homestead Jliaml ......................JLv .........._........1..:.................AYI.. .1. 12 3 (3.)<..1'J J;

j should be shown no favors of. this
forgotten by us country editors.A : prison: bars and made good their es- Mr. F Jlloman and party left during 'kind. Schedules Between Jacksonville and St Jtognsliae.

visit to Cuba would not be complete ; cape. the night for Tampa. where his com- j The mode of '
present railroad
Paletino i The the names cf the assessing ; jfo. ;3 : :SOXo.: SXo.! 43X0. 31 No. .
following are
without a visit to park pany also has heavy investments.. I 31.so.: 35!:No. : IS
property is wrong unfair and i .0\ B 09Xo.: 93sn, -
which is to Havana what Coney Islandis | prisoners and the offenses for which! (jaraes F. Taylor, of the Seaboard Air unjust. The Atlantic Coast Line, I i i Dally Daily I I Daily E Daily A I Dally I l B B B 1 Dally A.

to New York. The attractions are i jthey were committed: I JLifce, Tampa, joined Mr. HoIloman's i .ee6''sr, -3Lc3E3Y. ;:. Daily Dilly I D
whose property is worth $2C,000 per 8 ClJU' 90. It 1URW 1 fAp ..... ; I 2.1(:;
very similar to those of this country. i I Adger Wadkins, assault with intentto i party in Ocala yesterday and return.ed mile pays the same amount of taxes ', .1 r F. A IU."II't1np I 9 rnY110, 3"Rr'-1210ptt 2 r.rw q i r_,.sib 4 4W b 4." 8 213 8 3L A 9 4:,II

There is a skating rink. flying machines commit murder, supposed to be the I. to Tampa last night. :I i 'No.Y8No.98: : X 16so.-: 92z-- -9-2N=y rsy JI) 4x,1
mile the Seaboard g
per Line : .
scenic railways shows of every ; leader of the delivery party. I I I E E I A ,I n I A A \o. 30So., 18Su. 74

description lunch stands. fruit i Tom Clough, obtaining money un- II whose property is worth $45.000 per I _Daisy_ Dally .r Daily z. l Dilly Dally A 1 Dally n B I f 4\
mile and the little G. & G. road pays t. St. Dany lIz, Eu Dally !
And lo and behold what Jder false Augustine-j'ti50v 7 3GRr, 7 ,
stands etc. pretenses. 8 2OUllO 10 ---1
but little less per mile than the Jacksonville tacksonrille... 7 41)11, 8 roAM 8 40101! 9OAlii/ ;! 11 S l! 11 '0, 6 I 4Fr', 6 2b'l.' 6.a1Alr
should we stumble on at Paletino but I Bertie Bagley and Will Cross, breaking I IlIOI )2 ( 12 lop 7 )(
CJMf p
Terminal, whose is tGTE: A-Tral 7 ; 7 4W11
Lunette the flying lady-the same and entering a railroad car for Special cor. Ocala Banner: property I tatted.I composed exclusively of Pullman cr farlor Cars and
I extra
Lunette who has been a visitor to :I the purpose of robbery. ; Ex-Senator Herbert A. Gates and bonded for nearly a hundred thous. I = O'IE D-Day mashes operated on these Hat rue ill 110
trains -1
daughter, Miss Maud of Rhode Is- and dollars per mile. I believe they Trains do Dot stop at Stations at which on whIch no extra teat fare II .
4. Jacksonville carnivals and also to this I Jim James, rape. { i Dally except SUIIday. time 13 Dot 'how n. charged
r I land, are visiting Mr. Gates, brother, should be taxed in proportion to their .
city for several years. i Jim Alexander, accessory to a murder. ,
Mr. Sidney Ball of Key West, brother j j Charles Gates. They also made a gross earnings and value either real; ",. LS1y I Ibatly: i;I Scndaysunday I. 21 MATPOP.T I : _:!t' I
of Editor Ball, has charge of the ] Dave \\ UHams, horse stealing. [trip to St. Petersburg. or Oct y I Unly BP.\XCn I Ll l "anIe1! :

moving picture show at Paletino and t i Frank Brown grand larceny. Brown Mr. C. E. Brekenridge started this i Give the railroad a square deal, --1--fYrx I 8 15 "1e : 2 Upv' 101 eve Lv......_ I_._1 .._Only__: Daily I

entire editorial to I have stolen three jweek[ for Connecticut where he will I show them no favors make thee pay a tsTa,, 8 22AZt 2 0S1oi 1 18AIILv, _......:: lac.sOUt"le.r:....._... 9rRtw; 124"Cu ;-T: ;
invited the party supposed to 6 o. ....... ; ;;
its i 4ilo'i 24CA1 )1) 50R1i ......... _.
Ly...... !
their full proportion of their 853U11 _.Pablo 7 'V 12 :: r .
taxes :: '
be his guests during one of the per thousand dollars from Mr. Henderson, spend the summer. I 6 waM' : Lr..._ Beach ..._....... 6 f, :Y ,2 .
3Gtsv110 la I> J' --s
and fines when fined. 70.c-s1: : 9t3- l17. ..... '
pay .1
Quite .. -
formances and very excellent indeed I ia turpentine operator at Citra. : a gathering took place on i 64)1 'rt1FEMN'

did we find the pictures to be. 1 The prisoners were all occupying I Lemon Island last Saturday the in i The express company doing busi- SC IAR-.4' : i n

We also boarded a street car, tooka | cells on the lower floor and it is supposed teresting event being a fish-fry. :I!less in this state should be made to.,. CO l\rgIOX; fr Il11: [

which is j A shooting affair took i pay its just proportion of taxes. Itj I II ;.
ran out to Colon cemetery, j that some one handed them in place Sundayat Close Connecton! ,.

one of Havana's most notable institutions -.a crowbar from the outside but theyleft | the McGehee mill near Summer- I pays in all $1,500 state license ?2.0 tf.'O ] : Made at MIami with SteamsMps! cl the P. & O. .s. :.

This cemetery has many hand- ., nothing behind them to indicate j field. Result, one negro dead and one I county taxes no taxes on their per-:i Havana, Key West and Nassau Bah Ccmp:1Y.

some monuments and tombs and the ; how the breaking was accomplished. i missing.Miss ,| sonal property and no franchise tax. !I Trains Discharge Passengers n1as.

appearance as a whole is very differ- i{ They broke great steel bars which Inez Gates came down from | On or before 1SS6 they paid much ,!I at Ship's Side. No Transfers.

Ocala Friday for a shirt visit. !more taxes than now. Their business, These Time Tables show the times
ent to our cemeteries.The were thought would withstand the ; !rom the Eeveral which trays be
graves were fiat and in most hammering; of a sledge hammer. I has increased very much more. They I cor 1, ttls Company itation to be!.held bu'their responsible arrival or }: delays may at the expected to erirn Is iU and depa:t
I :have advanced rates for any ccA aesstntcd J"1 gllaranteeol
instances have a marble slab and are !I I It is supposed that while the break FOR RENT. on vegetables or any QtenCCSG..e.nethCtffOC1.:

covered with wreaths and bouquets I ing was being done the prisoners New corner store in Ocala. :from southern cities, from 50 to 100 For Copy of the LOCAL'TI Ir: CARD f

t made of porcelain. These J! singing and to be per cent. more than in 1S96. I "SEE or Other Information )
were prentended
: of flowers I ::6-1m T. H. WALLIS. THE TICKET .
1 I A business that reports an expense I. D. RAHNER Aut. AGENT." :
6 Pa,,. Aeat. GZ
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..1 ON THE EAST COAST. I|:and profit per acre on a basis of 600 i j!i WEST. Meat 01\ 'O'oC1CC Ycrapccve* it.e ,.\\...

crates to the acre: !|I -

Mr Frank L. Mayes, the clever Cost Per Acre. I\i\From last Friday's Daily.
young west Florida journalist, is writing Planting and cultivation .$ 15.00 : The second day of the meeting '. \1\\1'O'ftS titttttoi \\e\it.. tl,,,s'M
recent -
i I I Fertilizer . . . 35.00 :,
some very interesting articles in I i iI iI i of the Florida Press Associationat
the Pensacola Journal about his recent :I Packing and picking 90.00 J Key West $ 1'0\1\
i ___ [ was devoted principally \\-\\\9 ark 'Cie tort
visit to the east of Florida
coast I $110.00 I to sight seeing.Xe"el" .
Total cost one acre .
with the editors I "
of the
state. j were a people more generions '
The following paraghaphs are taken ': The average price which the grower ) with their hospitality than the ,YV cntt1""sa'GC1 CQ
gets for his tomatoes, delivered at
from his article in Thursday's Journal citizens of Key West, from the genial
the point of shipment is $2 per crate,
: and affable mayor, Mr. George L. ,
from one acre of 300 crates, $600.
Florida is such a great state, the for Babcock, on down. Nothing was left and Q\\te
i Deduct from this the cost of raising I
occupations and interest of its people )undone and the members of the association -
that acre $BO, and you have a net I
are so numerous and varied, its and their friends left that city r

resources in its respective sections :, profit of $tGO per acre. !'with I kindliest and most grateful feelings Three ways are used by farmers tobacco, grown in the famous Pied

are so different in character, and its i towards the citizens of Key

means of communication are, comparatively '!1 Atlanta Journal Sayings. (I. West-the city that will some day be for curing and. preparing their tomont region, requires and takes less

speaking, still so limited, : i I one of the most important ports in bacco for the market ; namely sun sweetening than tobacco grown in
that the old saying that one half the :i The baseball the south.
umpires are now getting :
world does not know how the other !i| ripe. In a few weeks they will be ; In the morning the naval reservation cured, air cured and flue cured. any other section of the United States

half lives is more than true of the : rotten. was visited-and the editors were The old and is called air and has wholesome
: ;( cheap way a stimulating, .
of Florida. !
people We of west Flor-
If the women ever serve on juries, shown the manner of working the
l/a know little or nothing of south : the unwritten law will not need any i guns and everything of interest was cured ; the later discovery and im- juicy, full tobacco taste that satisfies

or middle Florida, and the people of I bolstering up with alleged emotional' shown them and thoroughly explained proved is called flue cured. tobacco hunger. That's'hy chewersIn
those sections know little of us. insanity.The: : by the gallant and accommodating way

When a stranger asks us about someplace I rest of us feel: very little sympathy -; officers in charge. flue curing the tobacco is taken prefer Schnapps, because Schnapps

in the southern part of the state I for those Americans who are This was the first of the many pleasures :
from the fields and racked in barns cheers more than other chewing
and we can tell him nothing about it, !I threatened with expulsion from that of the day and the visit to the any
he is surprised, he fails to realize:,dear Hayti. ,ij naval reservation was one of general especially built to retain heat and tobacco, and that's why chewers of

that Key West is as far from Pensa-i j Messrs. Shaw Fairbanks, Cannon, :;interest and enjoyment.The .
cola as Chicago is and that it would {Taft and Root have sent a joint request -| afternoon was devoted: to visiting there subjected to a continuous high Schnapps pass the good thing along

be Just as reasonable to expect a Pen-i j I to the White House for another the railroad camps of the Key temperature, produced by the directone che\ver makes other chewers,

tacolian to know all about Chicagoas i third term-declination. West extension. The entire party
heat of flame heated flues which until the fact is established that
it would to expect him to know all i One reason that the Central American i, were taken in a lighter ten miles to ,

about south Florida. i, war is not a very active one is''!camp No. 14, located on the key nearest brings out in the tobacco that there are more chewers and more

that most of the towns are named > to Key West.
# It is :SG9: miles from Pensacola to 'after our Pullman cars. ; This camp is in splendid order and is stimulating taste and aroma that pounds of tobacco chewed to the

s Jacksonville, :SCO from Jacksonville!! Every season has its trials. Just as I conducted in a mot model manner and expert roasting develops in green population in states where Schnappscoffee.
to Miami 12o: from Miami to Key'West. i 1 everythingpossible is done for the com-
we were beginning to get happy over |
The trip[ has to be made by ,!:baseball the thought would come of a'!:fort and convenience: of the work- These similar processes give tobacco is sold than there are in

Loth rail and water, and in that jour. J rusty lawn men. Could Mr. Richard Barry, of
I mower. to both tobacco and coffee the cheerthose states where Schnapps has not
ney from the Perdido to the keys and The resignation of Senator Spooneri Cosmopolitan fame. visit in personone 1

from the keys via Tampa Bay, you ,may have been a patriotic impulse in (' of these camps the statements ing and stimulating quality that popyet been offered to the trade. t

find as many different conditions of | the hope of showing Senator Platt and i made by him as reflecting on :'IIr.Flagler's ularizes their use. A ice. plug of Schnapps is more
salt, climate, occupation and resources i Depew their plain duty. i treatment of the laborers on ,

as you could find in a journey of similar '! The Illinois legislature says it i:his road would cause him to hide his The quality of tobacco depends economical than a much larger ioc. i

length anywhere in the world, i(should be pronounced Illinoy. But as face in shame. '
much the and the of tobacco. Sold at I
on curing plug cheap
land have still not seen half This process soc .
jon ofj i long as Chicago remains in the state wonderful piece: of engineer-

"tflorlda nor gained an idea cf what )'jit should be pronounced Illinoise. j ing, which is perhaps the greatest kind of soil that produces it, as expert per pound in 50. cuts. Strictly 10 : J

the state is producing or can produce When the president gets through ,!marvel of the century, is steadily go-
that this flue cured and cent
when its resources are developed. ;i with Mr. Harriman's roads people'ing on. Dredges are at work between tests prove 15 plugs. j jI

S. I| may be inclined: to thinR that the big !each key and many thousand workmenare I

The greatest transformation that I I stick has been turned into a clothes j daily and nightly pushing for- :

any section has ever experienced isj I wringer. i|ward this wonderful work. It is con- R. J. REYNOLDS TOBACCO COMPANY, WIXSTON-SALEM, N. 0.

found I suppose on the east coast of ,: The space given to Senator Spooner 1 fidently expected that within two

I. Florida where I h'nr1.. Flagler and i since his resignation is enough tO |' more years trains will be running ,

the people who followed the building j I convince any unprejudiced person j daily between Miami and Key West I Russel, Argus Brooksville.;: I

of his: East Coast railway have converted I that he belongs among our neargreatmen. and the latter city will no longer be I Resolutions and Memorials-Frank LANDS.

one vast uninviting wilderness ; an isolated island, but will be in direct I Harris Banner Ocala, chairman; L. .

and jungle into the garden spot ofj I and daily communication with ID.i Geiger, Citizen, Apopka; Fred Pas-
the world with a beauty that cannot Do Not Crowd the Season. ''the entire outside world.
co. Advocate, Live Oak T. D. ilc-
I : If have lands wish to sell lease(
andsplendor The first of bring you you or rent,
the described and a magnificence warm days spring Before it is
i many more years confidently ]Beath, School Exponent, Gainesville
that can hardly be compreIht'ndt'll j I with them a desire to get out and enjoy : asserted that the schedule ]E. S. Matnews. Telegraph. Starke. ; I or if you want to buy lands for farming, grazing,
the exhilirating air and sunshine. ,
even when seen. I from New York to Havana Cuba will turpentining or lumber
0 I I Children that have been housed up Publication D. Powell Independent purposes,
all winter are brought out and you:be only forty hours. Think of it! St. Petersburg, chairman: W.
One feature of the East Coast ','wonder where they all come from. This memorable day in Key West ]L. Straub Times, St. Petersburg; T. Write toI

which particularly impressed me from 'The heavy winter clothing is thrown j was concluded with the fish supperat J. Appleyard, Index: Lake City. i z
Jacksonville to Miami, is the good .,aside and many shed their flannels. ; the Metropolitan restaurant.

roads: idea which everywhere seems Then a cold wave comes and peoplesay The "Island City" is everywhere I BLOUNT REAL ESTATE CO

to prevail. The Flagler} railroad has that grippe is epidemic. Colds at noted for her delightful and great varieties The Worst Climates.

I IoUIIKSt', the best road bed in the,1certainly .,this season are even more dangerous I, of fish and on this occasion the I OCALA FLORIDA.
the the best in Florida: ; 'than in mid-winter, as there is much A harsh, raw wind
f ; .editors were given the privilege! of was blowing. I

A' ./lnd the streets of the cities large :I'more Chamberlain's danger of Cough pneumonia.Remedy, Take however :tasting many kinds of fish preparedin Now and then a flurry of icy rain fell. I --_ .
'taut small, and the highways through the most tempting manner. There The streets were ankle deep in slush. j I -
( : and you will have nothing to j
the all testify to the appre- "Speaking of rank climates," said Agatheridan Society. 1 THE W. 0. W. CONVENTION.
country :j fear. It always cures, and we have were crabs shrimps, baked kingfish, j
elation which these people have of ',never known a cold to result in pneumonia 1 broiled pompano and mackerel, fried a globe-trotter: as he laid on a fresh j The Agatheridan Society held its -

the value of good highways to the: '] when it was used. It is pleasant I\fish, craw fish salad, yellow tails and log, "I have experienced the three ;regular: meeting! Friday afternoon. Hud Camp Jurisdiction T Elects Officers -

f community which possesses them. i and safe to take. Children like it. i:,many others. In fact it was a feast worst. After reading minutes of last meeting I for the Ensuing Term at

Jacksonville is paved) for the most I. !For sale by all druggists. m ,!jfit for a king;: and ample justice was Of these three unspeakable cli- the following program was rendered Jacksonville-Next Meeting

part with brick; St. Augustine has ':done to the supper by the seventy-five mates, I give the palm to the Straitsof : 1 to be held in Atlanta. "
York's Water Works.
used brick, asphalt and coquina-the New Big ;persons who were seated around the Magellan. There it rains, on an I Subject :Jackson. i I -

latter a !shell i formation which is dugout Now that New York city formally 'table. average of three hundred and fifty j Oration, Jackson, a Product of the Special to the Ocala Banner.

of the ground near the coast at ,has taken title to a strip of ground During the visit of the editors at days in the year. The wind blows a ;Times-Wilbur Cleveland. t i Jacksonville Fla., March 15.-The
various places from St. Augustine :Key West they were taken through to hurricane from January to December. j I Essay Life and Character of Jack. "
convention of the Head
% miles
:20o+ feet wide: and long, I Camp "T li
Koaihuen taken from the ground the Havana-American cigar 'The thermometer never: rises: ;: much i I son-Legie Butch.DeclamationEdward. J '
stretching from the city line to theAshokan com- 'I I Woodmen of the World, at its sessionyesterday
it Is soft when exposed to the airit !'!pany's establishment. It is a model!I above the freezing point. A year 1 Green elected
reservoir in the Catskills, all \ I its permanent officers
shortly becomes almost as hard as is in readiness for beginning: real factory and employs daily about fivehundred I round of raw, bitter days of rain and'! Essay Jackson as a General-Sam'Mathews. j. as follows:
ttnieht and it forms one of the best .mow ; : .
: work on the aqueduct. It is on this i! men. Through the courtesy I Head consul, C. W. Campbell. Macon .
street paving materials in the world. ;enterprise that the city plans to spend ;'of the young manager. Mr. Malone, II I "Next comes Sierra Leone, on the I Recitation Marcella McLain.[ I' Ga.

The streets of Daytona, Seabreeze, ': $161.000,000 to provide an adequate'source we were taken through the factory African coast. The low-lying marshy i' Essay, Jackson as a President Head advisor K. T. Boozer. lake

Palm Beadi. West Palm Beach V of water supply for its inhabi- !'from start ta( finish. seeing the tobacco region has an average temperature of : Ethel Crosby. I City, Fla

and in fact, of nearly all of ;tants for generations to come. '! as it is brought to the factory eighty-one degree, and the annual I Declamation-Earl Lytle. 11ft-all clerk W. C. Itennett.atlanta,
f"aiul l t Coast towns are paved with : through its different stages until it rainfall is one hundred and eighty- Essay The Hermitage-Ethel Tur-
I It is along this strip of land, to jGa. ,
it forms a pavement equal in leaves it as fine a cigar as is made |nine inches-enormous. There: are ner. j .
| which title has been: taken, that the'great Head banker, K. II. Hanne, Jacksoa'Iville
appearance to asphalt and as I am aqueduct: will be built to bring ;:in the world. I too, the 'smokes.' These are mists, Debate: Has the treatment of the' !I Fla.Head .
old, pinch more lasting. ramrest saielling! like oyster mud that rises
On Friday evening at the
hundreds of millions of gallons of wa- \l-bur ; escort W. U. PH.'anuh.,
Palm Beach to Miamisome seventyluilen. continually from the marshes giving !
ter daily from the Catskill mountains; : San Carlos opera house the business : ''Ga.
!. the county has built a road ofthis of the association was concludedand marsh fever: to nine out of ten of the ative, Grace Glover and Inez Gates.
to the city. Now that the legal trans- Head watchman, J. B. Brooks,
1.- material and with an automobile fer of the property has been made the- following program was rendered white men that breathe them. A year The judges, Maggie[ Lytle Wilbur Gainesville Fla.
a man may now make that drive ( and much enjoyed: round of hot and sticky days!', with the Smith and Clarence Meffert. decided
contracts will be awarded shortly for'the Head sentry, A. W. Sfcattuek. New
in aftbours.. building of the work. .i Paper, "How to Run a Newspaper," vile smelling clouds of mist and whirring j Jin favor of the negative. Smyrna, Fla.
S. Frank L. Pensacola Jour- clouds of mosquitoes. After the paper had been read anti .
The job of building the reser"oirsand by Mayes, The board of managers chosen
But. important as thee things are ,;nat "Last comes the high table lands of I(the critics had made their report, it
aqueducts for the city is as big; I were: G. It. Calhoun, Sanford Fla.;
the people[ of the east coast are notliving 'a one as the construction of the Pan-! : Paper "The Claw-Hammer and the Central Asia, where the lack of moisture -'i'being the regular: day for the election R. H. Marlin. Dawson, Ga.: W. H. M.'Boehnlng. .
tourist hotels[ and automobiles in the air makes the days Saha- tof officers the
on Spike-Tail Coat in Journalism by I following were elected:
'ama Canal and the city will be luckyif : Tampa Fla.; George F
alone. The East Coast railroad I ran and the nights Anic. Days like( i President. Mary Burford: vicepresident. -
E. 0.
:Mr. (Simon-Pure,) Painter, Ag- Cbld '
it does not have to pay at least t'), tome( Ga.: W. II. Langley,
and the hard roads which have been :riculturist. Jacksonville. !1a red hot furnace nights like a January | Brantley Weathers; secretary, !'pensacola
; $200,<>00, built have enabled them to develop i blizzard-oefore this range of riLola) Raysor; sergeant at arms Warner "
through. It is estimated that twenty- i Paper, "My: Ideas of a :Model Newspaper ;- j i Head Camp[ "T, is entitled to four'representatives
that portion of the state from an agricultural ; :itemneratme; no human constitution Smith. t i
bIr. II. O. Davies, News '
;.five years will be required: to finish j in the sovereign {
standpoint. After you leave1Davtona i' lean stand up."-Minneapolis Journal. i The being no further business the *
West Palm Beach. ,
} which in Norfolk Va.
: the work. and the supply thus devel-j ; ] camp meets ,
large orange groves become society adjourned to meet March 2:.
oped it is figured!, will last the city'for The Value of Expositions to the next May. J. Mac. Towne, past bead
in evidence, then vast pineries: !I Boxes for Oranges and VegeI i
fifty years more. State.-Hon. T. J. L. Brown. of Tarn-1 [consul, Tampa, and C. W. Campbell
(pineapple fields) begin to appear.fiirther tables. J''The Young Man Needs a Guardian."
pa. j ,head (consul of Macon, go to the SOY
south grapefruit is one of : Newspaper Short Talk, by Hon. Jno. !i ___ I Ii. 'Why. that was a vile slander: ; he'jereign! camp by virtue of their office.

-k he most profitable crops, and back Cause of Stomach Troubles. M. Caldwell, News, Jasper. I The new pulpbcard orange box will 1 ,; said, speaking of the Cosmopolitan's; The delegates at large selected are

the Everglades and on the When a man has trouble with his The resolutions as offered by the ,be on the market. This box is the! ;peonage article. 'Think of a man being tC. I). Mills, of Jack6o ,'lIIe, la. ; X

drained portions of the Evergladestomato ;,.stomach you may know that he is eating : :committee: called forth a number: invention I! of Henry Ruggles and will' ];. accused cf collusion with an of- i. \\'. Dillon ThomasiriHe.) Ga.

t fields put* 55 in their* : appearance. more of than food or he drink should not or suited of somearticle to',['comments and some hot discussions. |;ibe a great success. It is light, strong, ficer to secure labor by railroading; Alternates: C. II, Dame, Ocala. Fla. :

his age or occupation, or that his! :< We have not sufficient space to publish I well ventilated and cheap. There's''negroes into the convict camps! That IR. H. )(. Stewart. Dawson, Ga.
The chief profits I think are to bowels are habitually constipated. these resolutions but they will lifour' points of superiority over the is a monstrous thing to say, and I Atlanta was sleeted a. toe tt'it'meeting

made in p pineapples! and tomatoes. A Chamberlain's Stomach and Liver !be found in full in the printed mini 'wooden box. The factory will be here, have been employed! b>. Mr.( C. V.Miller : place by a uaaeinwMis *.,1..

man who has been raising pineapplesfor Tablets to regulate: the bowels and 1 i utes of the meeting, which will be issued i-'and; it will not be many weeks before; to sue the Cosmopolitan for ;

elet, ". years told me that his improve the digestion and see if the as soon as possible. this new box will! be on the market. ,a hundred thousand dollars damages. I Grand Officers Elected.

crops during that time had yieldedan .trouble does not disappear. Ask for Through the interest and enthusiasm i- ,The pulpboard will be manufactured' :.The statement that Mr. Miller is gull-: -

average net profit of $92.00: per: free sample. Sold by all druggists. of Mr. W. B. Powell editor of :]Wisconsin, the local people here! |ty of such collusion is a libel per se'i The Grand Lodge K. of P. ti*.
acre although with his present experience These Tetter, Salt are Rheum diseases and fof.Eczema which the St. Petersburg Independent. that ,;leaving bought the only mill in the-and,: we have only to charge this and )their annual ineetfof at Ortoado last

he can now grow them at a Chamberlain's Salve is especially: val- i city was chosen as the place country': which makes this particularkind J they must then prove their statement I I week. It was largely! attended and:

greater profit.Ilui uable. It quickly allays the itchingand holding the meeting: next year and the of pulpboard which is used In 1 which, of course, can not be done. :'was in every wayory dell hff'"tnweetlag.

tomatoes are what yielded thebig smating and soon effects a cure. editors of Florida are eagerly looking ;!these improved boxes. The boxes are j This peonage article was ordered ,, -

profits. 1 pent a day with Governor Price 23; cents. For sale by all drug- forward to their meeting at beautifuli shiPped in the "shook" which brings; originally by McCiure's Magazine, and I ;, The following otticm were t.krt:

Broward looking over the gists. m i Petersburg. ? '''freight charges down to the minimum. I happened to be in New York when, ed for the ensuing year:

Everglades drainage work andwhile The following is the list of committees :- .Redlands. (Cal.) Citrograph. '!'it came to the office of that publica- 1 Henry Horsier, of Pensftowla. Past
in that section I talked: withseveral "There is a distinct joy in owning '
appointed for the ensuing year: i I tion. I read the story and talked to Grand| : Chancellor.
4 tomato growers and fromthem land, unlike that which you have in Executive F. Sherwood, Democrat So the best of us only have HMr.I McClure about it, telling him that I I L O. Lynch, of Gaia !*rm.. (;ra .1I
-owning money, in houses, in books, II
obtained some very comprehensive Live Oak. chairman: C. L. Bit-:jounce! of sou1.t this rate of measurement |fit was colored throughout with false- I Chancellor.
of in pictures, or anything else whichmen I
figures as to the profits :tinger. Star. Ocala: Harry L. Brown. i! it will require about three .'hood. He replied 'Mr. Anderson Ii i J. Enimttt Wolf: of Pn ar,j-,

that industry. One man who this have devised. Personal property: |!Record, St. Augustine: William A.-thousand;! sods to measure of to the have' no desire to print anything that ,Grand Vice Chancellor.

year has 30; acres in tomatoes gave brings you into society of men.: But ;.Russell, News. Palatka: M. F. Heth- |!avoirdupois weight of an average 1:1:10.IIf : Is not true.: and the story was accordingly !I Harry Pilchard of St. Ant land is pan of God's estate in theglobe 1 '
''rington News, Lakeland: the presidentand i therefore the souls of men fill all refused by that magazine, Grand Prelate.
and when of
a parcel groundis
; '
the secretary. space where is the mathematician only to appear later in the Cosmopolitan -' H. Clay Crawford, of TaH bas-e,
Seeds deeded to you. you will walk over
Perry expert. ,'t Legislative: H. McCreary. Sun i, who will be able to calculate the' Magazine. And it will work: Grand Master at Arm
ire sot *n it and call it own, it
men t.but with proper culti- your as :Gainesville:, chairman: Frank L. I number? And if at death the soul' ;!great injury, not only to Mr. Miller.1! '\'. R. O'Neal, of Orlando, and T K.
if had into partnership with
atwu.tteyaisnre Users success have no you come :Mayes. Journal Pensacola: J. 31. Caldwell !-1 leaves its tenement: of flesh as these ibut to the whole state of Florida. The> Well, of P( ..acola. Supreme r- ere
. from the sttrt. the original proprietor of the earth.
doubts at pantiug nor disap- ; News, Jasper.MembershipL. 'eminent Boston doctors emphatically ryoung j fellow that wrote that thing; aentatives.

pointn eats at harvest. Get -Henry-Ward- Beecher. j i j J. Brumb -, Florida I(declare, will the soul be subject needs a guardianII.. L. Anderson *I Wm. H. Latimtr. wa r4fettM as

I (I the same laws as the body and will hin; an interview in Tallahassee Sun. j IGrand Keeper (at the RowU' ant

R A negro student of Harvard Univer-1 I(chair-man: I it be capable of experiencing the suffering Seals, while W. C. West was also r*

I I Ifor I sity has been awarded the Rhodes I,j Pierce; '\'. B. Folsom. Times-Courier of torture and pain and other H. THALGOTT elected Grand Master of Flxthehi.,!'
the Oxford {I
at UniversUy
> SChOlarshiP! Marianna. .things that are supposed to belongjpurely .
. surest beet croPaatalalas. 'from the state of Pennsylvania. i! Arbitration and Grie\'ances-W. L. to the physical? Proprietor of the I I The severe cold weather in Const-

hfRgrst, Faunousforoyetyoyetrt.1U07Sled |I .;i Bragg, Sun. West Palm Beach, chairman DUNNELLON BAKERY ticut for the pat .ek ha dri.t-a
j AB..I The shipbuilders1 strike: at Milwau-i i I : birds and other anlm. U to the farmhouses
irte JS request ; Phillip Isaacs Press, Fort My- A commission has just returned 'Is now prepared to ship Bread, Cakes, .
.. D. M. FERRY d CO.rj .kee continues, and several ship yards 1.j lers: Columbus B. Smith. New Enter. from the Isthmus of Panama and declares Pies, Etc., on short notice and guarantees for protection In their Unr
Detroit,Mleh. in the vicinity are also tied up by the prise, )Madison chairman. H. Wai- that the canal will be completed satisfaction in all cases. log condition they eat with the dooea-

i,,strike. 'ton, advocate Titus ville: A. M C. by January. 1915. Give him ;3 trial tic fowls and seem perf""tlr taoe.I .



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of the :j Jley scarcely :>. wedding riot adorned with There is a good deal of formality n
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Ot(N'. This i3' bring other varieties !into \"ogue.Ir.. baggage. First everything and everybody
flowers is ), '. .. .' .. ..... .
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an amount tiut !ie:;: fir --ui. *;
I. > l y
the realty property in the state of: way produced a big carnation which ,When the ship anchors the health officers ej l. eri.lurnlusttietrm...r i !, f..r tl.-; u.ecr' < r {
the in honor of its illastroas is come aboard and make their j i
Oregon, to one-fifth the value of parent : rt convalescents I.IJlJ patient I..i--,; <> a f"
coal mined last year, to one-fourth the called the "White Lawson." ;;examinations. They are followed by I remedial agent 11 Vi.rwu3 l.ldmy: lU r"d'.nll .

banks of the rr-ra innumerable hotel agents for the various ccnsllpctlon.
surplus in the national ;j ? / f it never causes: !

United States for the last fiscal year, I i Catchwords are sometimes employ- ,hotel agents and agents for the 1 hot /or i..djjpfv, (
it in t |various stores and places of atrac- Ktcp your '
and almost equal to the net: earnings ,;led, as conognomens, for advertising! t
;tioa in the city, whose continual chat- ; dYSPf/ft f. rfc.
of these banks. It is nearly twice j purposes: and re-christening is per-, ; "e ,
tering of the of their hotels (
v enough to cover the bonded debt cf I missable, if there is reason to suppose i ETC.
all the New England states comb lit i will bring a new lease of life. The | and stores is at Srst amusing but : SOLD FOTTLED AT ALL SODA rOl1\"T.u.Iii'

ed. New Yorkers spent more for;i!American Beauty is not an American j jI !',grows monotonous landed before The passengers -' i iii I, t AND (>N DRAUGHT AT ,

floral designs than any rose at all, and there is a discussion are
flowers and I Manufactured by THE RED ROCK COMPANY, Jackionvll'e! Florid
The most that the
ether of Ameirca's lavish buyers, and las to whether it was produced on ]j interesting object
annual harvest soil. Its i!harbor has to Americans is the di-
their florists glean an |English or French producer
5 lapidated and rusted framework of
cf $t,0U0,(jO. was a Mr. Brady, an English gard- U L LA..... t
r, sass [the U. S. battleship: Maine, which was open to visitors and we only gained W. A. ener, and it was advertised in France ]j
I wrecked on the fifteenth of February admittance into the court yard or
fiorists in America,|by the name of Madame Ferdinand
There (},tjtjO 1S&S. It stands forth conspicuously patio, which is very lovely indeed.On .
l ijamain.
of whom have It failed absolutely. Parisian
the; greatest proportion and is of Saturday night some of the editorial
an object never ceasing -
business during the last t wentyfive florists derided its "faded color, and I II ANNOUNCEMENT. .
entered j I interest. Could this old wreck party went to the Fronton to.
( it America. It
The citizens of .ew- Brady brought to was I
years. : 'I but tell all it knows what a dark mystery witness the famous Cuban national
and St. Louis paytOooUoo difficult to produce, because of the I aWe
port, Philadelphia would be cleared! game, jai alai. They were the guestsof
annually for their Sowers,, ;odd blend of its color, but once startled -i

f and$ J2,00'J,000 are spent yearly in it produced the hardiest of roses. I I Ths passengers anc baggage are ( the manager in one of the boxes bate feet purchased the u&gon at>a Him- t.ustue.a of 1st

Boston, Cincinnati and Pittsburg. The :'Mr. Brady came:: to this country, and !,transferred to lighters: and on landing ,and afterwards accompanied him to a S. A. Standley k Company an I banquet where Mr. David R. Francis
who supply the rose marketof |having in mind his recent failure in all baggage has to be examined by thing that is needful to wakIt COMPLETE LINE Im entry -- ol
growers of St. Louis. made speech.
t New" York city employ an army of :France sold his rose to Field Brothers the government officials. On account the word. We are agent for several of the Met Farm \\'.IOM m !tfc s mu

the annual cost of carrying the| in Washington, for a nominal of so many formalities it takes some Seats for thousands of people overlook ket; also several oaken of Pugte ftawMM UMM we fcaadto a *rM variety

: men.lowers from the farms to the city is 1!price. j little time to land but after a wait of the court where the game is cf vehicle either! of which w. ta4 pal to tall? |!.,.... }
:an hour comfortably 'played. It is a very absorbing and :
This immense industry -.' or more we were soon I
than $30,000.
more swollen located at our hotel and after :beautiful game and the players are !
; has been caused by This flat whc. aad acquired it for I, skillful and active and the ] Grade Serviceable Carrtogec \
: The tendency eating dinner we at once started out I very as High Buggies. ,
; fortunes ol America. trifle advtrtis' 1 it thoroughly, and
a .
on tour of At first it'game progresses the excitement bt'> |
intrinsic a inspection. Unexcelled Wagons Ham* ,
of wealthy people to gauge : by making : -oniething of a fad ,
intense. The is
was rather difficult to make ourselves comes betting heavyand
-. value by the money they must ... Robes Etc. Etc.
their among \'a;: .ijcn society women, ,understood, but one soon becomes: accustomed tremendous sums are lost and Lap ,
has led florists to cudgel it sufiic.f-i: to sell I
payout gave popularity
;: The is violent and it j
orde- to hearing but little Eng won. game very
; brains for expensive; flowers. bouquets In :for $;),(ujl. Since then it has made lish and soon falls into the habit of is said that jai alai players} to not the l I Turpentine Wagons a Specialty. t. f

to make milady's cotillion ribbon more money in America than any other making signs and motions. long ._.
fifty or a hundred dollars, flower sold and is still
cost ever coining
On weMted thn-e
Havana is: a very quaint city. Everything Sunday morning
at a dollar and two dollars a yardare fortunes for its growers. Brady has is different from the big; cities of Havana's famous cathedrals, first We are Always in Position to Meet the Prices cf LegUtat.. SetI "' g

often added. not fared so well. He has fallen to La Ierred, the wealthier and
vast in our country and when we speakof going to

the lowest depths of poverty, and has the beautiful residences being most aristocratic cathedral inx the 'We Sole for the celebrated White Turpentine .
is the time when ail.v,- become embittered and hopeless from are Agents Htekcry ,
Christmas painted in,pinks pale blues, reds etc., city. Its furnishings are magnificent, St.-
are most expensive the prices going dwelling on the success that has cometo and Farm Wagon.Knight .
'. ers it sounds absurd but the colors are in the music is beautiful and the service

as high as three and four dollar others through his rose. i perfect harmony in Cuba and just exactly very impressive.We ,

.'. apiece. At Christmas time Gardenias There are 200 species of roses in ex-I suit the island. next spent a few moments in I

command the highest price of any istence, though not more than fifty j The first thing to especially attract one of the oldest churches and also &

flower with American Beautross ; clearly defined families. Of these !our attention was the absolute clean- one of the most interesting-the old Lang

running a close second. The average !families only two are cf American !I lines cf Havana. It is without ex- 'church San Francisco De Paula. ,
price of corsage bouquet for !birth. There are thousands of varie- !iception the '
and i most delightfully immac- The Cathedral or as it is commonly /Su'ce"Mrdo tandleand ( 0 i
able functions is between thirty !ties, however, and of these our enterprising -! slate city that we have ever visited. called by visitors, the Columbus

fifty dollars. Some of the elaborate 'I rose growers have contributed -,The streets are scoured every night Cathedral .
although its proper namt'is --- ----------- ---- -
designs for weddings and presents to by far the largest proportion. The !and all day long carts go over the the Cathedral of thelrgin

stage favorites cost between $300 and 'eagerly sought black rose is still un-|city and pick up and convey away .:Mary of the Immaculate Conception, I, ............................................

11,000. ,produced, though a New York florist!the refuse. was next visited. This church has ; + W. M. IGOU. D. R, HENOER40N.I

sass I has a dark red one. which in =some I The principle business streets are ,two towers and a dome. The church I J : .

'., The cost of securing flowers from,i lights has the appearance of black'very narrow although the driveways was built over two centuries ago. The. .

out of town conservatories is one of'nlHt.f ,are broad and beautiful. On Obispo entrance admits into a triangular ,
", the largest items in the florists' expense 1 sass and O'ReiIlythe: two principal shopping courtyard. On the right of this Is i i i!s1V'e

account, sometimes costing them-i| Violet groTfizg in this country tag districts, the streets are so narrow the ecclesiastical courtroom. Be>"ondi i .
even more than the flowers 1 i that one can almost shake hands .
encountered numerous obstacles the are the cloisters and the patio of the + I
_' selves. In the famous orchid bouquet |across from one store to another. And Theological Seminary of San Carlos. I : Ug to a&nouB to the jt'jile! if Marion .nll ntiou +
chief of which is that the SW'Hti- ,
carried by Mrs. Nicholas Longwonh ,let is not a native of America at all the: sidewalks are barely broad : The door on the left opens into the | counties that we bate purchased a Mod Bear the court buuM- j

at her wedding, the faint flush color'and must be carefully cultivated and enough for one to walk on. Cabs are .robing: room, where are shown thej : square on Exposition. sure t and will cp B a large hulr. .ale aa.i +

.of the "Cattlya" orchids was very difficult i'allowed to go in only one direction of the retail mule and home :
|closely watched to make it bloom suc- ,rich vestments clergy magni- : mark ft With eiperUnce and arquaJBtatit
to obtain as each flower had to:essfully. Violets are the least prolific ;I on these streets as there is not suf- ficent: examples cf embroidery in gold : in large stock markets we guarantee satisfaction to. ,
match its neighbor exactly. The cost fcent for them It is :
:' ; of all flowers and less ameaa- room to pass. rand silver. On the walls are some .
of getting the orchids to Washing- ,cheaper to ride in Havana than to
ble to change. There are not more very old paintings. From this room :
'. ington, entirely outside of the ex- :walk as the fare ftr two persons to lead to the high altar and the
than 20) varieties of violets in the steps
i I Will Conduct General &
the flowers themselves, I'any fllso G Stable.
'. : pense of the i world, and the distinct families! can portion of the city is only tewnty'Sve chancel. The interior walls are finished Livery i

'I" most was more expensive than bouquet$100. This ever was pet up I I j be Their counted home on is the Europe fingers and of Asia.cne hand Havana cents has in Spanish an excellent money.street car of in highly dark polished marbles mahogany; the columnsare ; the! ...........................+.. ....................N$

t.- by a Washington florist. I seas (-rrice. There is only a single track choir stalls are of mahogany, beautifully
f. There are only six pure white "Cattlya" : -;! the cars going only in one direction carved. The high altar is of ,

'. orchids in existence, and three The chrysanthemum is just now ![i entirely around the city and always Carrara mar le. The floor in front of IT

of these are in America. These rare:on the pinnacle of its popularity I[(passing the Plaza, which is the centerof of the altar is a mosaic of colored Needham
in possession of orchid -!i though its favor in America has been '
specimens are I the cityand from which everything
marble and many handsome pie! ?IIrf'H .
whom they are of as Il |j,fluctuating for a hundred years. The PAY ,
fanciers, to I I(radiates. For this reason it is almost .adorn the walls.
I diamonds in a jewel -i!,hardy little garden variety that delighted ,
much value as impossible lose one's in Ha-
to way For than the lionex I
l more a
!1 century
There is not one of the souls of our grandmothers, I
collection. vana. of Columbus, the discoverer of our I If you have on hand e Plumber
r priced at i has been revived and made popular J
t, these white orchid plants .I I The first afternoon we enjoyed a country, reposed in this church. They
within the brides and debutantes are of
Longworth's year by thinking :
;( less than $1,000.Irs. ride around the city and out into the : brought there from Santo Domingo

? bouquet was made up of over a hundred and all the neophytes of the I country, catching glimpses of some were where they reposed until af Ida to nuke It ijd) (Gas fitter
social world.
blossoms, though I I
x of these rare i of Havana's magnificent homes beau- ter the Spanish-American war in 1SOS,
: only a dozen and a half "Cattlyas" I eras tiful driveways and gorgeous palms, :when they were taken to Spain, where if you detlre I

.. were obtainable. These were gathered !I The flowers which make money in flowers and shrubbery. In Cuba the they now rest in the Cathedral of Se- ;n any I

from as many different conservatories i America, and which are more popular graceful royal palm grows luxuriously ville. HAS i

because even in the large col-|among the people who pay fabulous and long avenues of these beauti- --- I ida r'. OPENCO t NIV:

::. lections no two could be found of the |prices for their bouquets are, first, ful trees make some of the places entrancingly Saved Her Son's Life. SEE OR SHOP ON THE

g required tint. Although the orchid j. roses, then carnations, chrysanthemums beautiful. The happiest mother in the little I CORNER OF

vogue has grown enormously the violets and orchids. The great I The style of architecture is heavy. town of A\a, Mo., is Mrs. S. Ruppee '{'I

L last five years, nothing is so popularas I' poular types, the ranking favoritesof Nearly all of the houses are only one She writes: "One year ago my ton I' J. H l'' I H SPENCER BLOCK WITH A tFJLL

the rose, and a New York florist the home gardeners who have buta story and never more than two. But was down with such serious lung j ,

estimates that at least 75 per cent of\ patch of land, are pansies and ge the stories are so lofty that 1'iey appear -trouble that our physician was unable -I' l LINE OF SANITARY

paid for flowers is for this higher than a two s residence to help him; when, by our drug.gist's t
money }raniums. A bit of wornout earth that gory Real}
advice, I began giving him Dr.King's ? AND
kind. in this country. For instance, I MODERN PLUMBING
asap couldn't begin to produce a rose or a New Discovery, and I soon noticed I ?
violet, will bring forth a lovely, rich :at the Pasaije there are four or five improvement. I kept this treat Ocala.I .
i The enterprising florist belongs to flights of stairs to climb before the GOODS. WHEN IN NEED
red geranium. For this reason the ment up for a few weeks when he OF l
(. the American Florists' Association, to l window gardens of the tenements, I second story is reached. The housesare ,was perfectly well. He has worked I

the local society of his city, and in where interest in flowers is shownat I all constructed of blocks of lime- !I,steadily since at carpenter work." Dr. r FIRST CLASS SANITARY t

addition to the societies for the several all, are spotted with the rich hue stone and a rough material called King's New Discovery saved his life. 1

flowers. Such organizations as I'' mamposteria. The walls are Guaranteed best cough and cold cure PLUMBING wALL
1!of pansies and geraniums. That is very ON HIM. (
the Rose Society and the Chrysanthemum I why the problem of deciding which is thick, the doors high and massive 'by Tydings & Co., druggists.jcts'l. I

Society are for the purpose of I.i the favorite flower of America is so I and the windows, which reach from ,and $1.00. Trial 0. M.
recording, registering and giving official the ground to the ceiling, are barred ,
difficult. The rich want the rare roses i Olivette at Armory Next Thursday byl Eyesight
christening to new flowers, also I with ornamental work and in the ; .
; and the poor clamor for the only I II Beggar Prince Co. I S -- -- -- (
to see that no two are given the same afford : afternoons and evenings the blinds
kind they know and can to
t I S .............
them .....
of naming N..
name. The problem raise. are thrc-mn open and beautiful Cuban :!
I More than ordinary interest is being N'T. .t
difficult, because the producer : the .whole
is rarely girls an: usually family,
Even the national flower is still
. a manifested in the coming of the,|
has the names of his family.his stand bi'rrind the bars and
converse z
i matter of conjecture. Schools have Prince Opera for : Not
:1' Beggar company
: friends and his customers to select ( j!with their friends and lovers, who :1 Chaining
for kind another,
if the new cast votes one or I :three nights at the armor, starting,
Occasionally I
from. land stand on the walk outside. It is a
:.. even communities have tried to 'Thursday, March 21st.
.: flowers seems likelto become a favorite : most unusual but rather an attractive I
arrive at a concensus of opinion, but This same organization played in
} the privilege of naming it is eag- [sight. There are no front yards, the the
\the honor still hangs fire between the the old opera house and made a (iast- Subject
Lawson paid 1
Thomas W. houses built close
erly sought. trailing arbutus, called the Mayflower, (i being very togetherand ing impression oa our amusement lying .
have a big carnation nam- the street. The doors (
$30,000 to right on
f the goldenrod and the spray-like blos- I I
public. This season the company i
ed for his wife. I are very massive and beautiful, being |, R
ss r soms of the Indian corn. America is ;is much larger and the chorus is composed i at all-. .
, l the only nation which has no national i richly ornamented and having ponderous of young, good looking girls,
varieties of flowers are either 1
New knockers.
r. flower. England has the rose, France j
That is, either .who can act and sing as well. Among
seedlings or sports. The central feature cf the Cuban
I her "fleur-de-b, Scotland the this- !
the important members of the com-
" cf two existing kinds is home is the the interior .
the pollen patio, court, ''
tie, Ireland the shamrock, Japan the 'pany are Miss Etta Merris, Maud
( mixed, thus getting a new variety Greece |!about which the house. is built. This ",
i" chrysanthemum, Lo"etteickle., Estelle Sanders .
b. t called seedlings, or a bed of seedlings i is paved, open to the sky, and surrounded -: but have
: I'
Flora is Mexico:: the cactus and Spain the pom- ;Fred Godding, Charles Sickle and I you been down
If the goddess ,
L' is planted. : by; arcades and galleries. All ;, '
There have been efforts
egranate. to LaVelle the well known silver -
t kind somewhere in this bed a flower establish the carnation as the national I the rooms open on it, below are the Harry tcned tenor., make a tl I to the O. K. Grocery .1

will grow, the same in size, odor and !parlors in front, kitchen in back, and ?
i" flower, in honor of President McKinley In lately
Tte ccpany has its own special ? eye where They have
different in color, called a
shape, but much has if there are horses, the stable is back ; t
and possible :
F as as which can be arranged to fit Satisfaction
. of these are influenced scenery
The names I more
; : sport. been done toward that by the national bthe kitchen; while in two-story size stage. good things to s
For instance any 'inonty refunded
its parentage. houses !
leads the
an open stairway to :
a bed of seedlings was legislators.A 'I'upper gallery. upon which open the: The reportoire for the three nights ,* eat. It Just nukes fel : '
Plant-I include Olivette, Thursday, Birds of a \
: ed which, because of their bridal couple who went to Niagara : sleeping rooms. The patio is filled OPTICAL low's mouth
and Chimes of Normandy water to
Feather Friday
i I.: late whiteness, were called Falls a few days ago here seriously -with a profusion of shrubbery-lemon :; I 2 and 4 GArY i \

: p' roses." They had not made on the mark-i injured by the falling of an and palms and banana, orchids and )' Saturday, for matinee the an- go there. they have
nouncement will be made later. I
et and this planting was to see if icicle. This should be a warning to roses and other flowers, and ferns "! Florida.DR.. Peanut Butter
! When they I Ir j j Prices have been fixed at $I, 73c. Figs in
t i their color was true. future couples that Florida is the and vines, with caged birds, a fountain .
I and SOc Matinee 25c. and 50c.
r bloomed a single pink flower was discovered -: place to visit on the wedding tour. splashing in the center, and per Jars, Boneless Herring,

among them, identical in everything No one has ever been reported injured haps a piece of statuary. It is all A woman who .Is Herring Relish

t except color, which was". by a falling icicle here.A very cool and inviting as one catchesa FOR RENT. her neighbor' hat l and

-. promptly designated "bridesmaid., glimpse of it from the hot street. New corner store in Ocala. man who ii, ,' most anything that'sgood i

These two flowers have attained a big supply of sealing wax and The finest building in the city is 2-26-lm T. H. WALL be! !ng at tlit I to

p ; higher sale than any two pink and corks for sealing syrup bottles and perhaps the president's palace. We lug a Kath 'in bU eat I .

I' white roses in this country. There is jars Tydicgs & Co. x (visited it but on that day it was not RF0 THE DAILY BANNER. UPS \ .-PulwHto (
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Of Application for Tax Deed Under CHARGE. -
Section 8 of Chapter 4888, Lawsof PINE LUMBER COMPANY. t
Florida. annual meeting of the contributing Notice Is hereby given that on the _

Notice Is hereby given that W. W members of the Marion County; 8th day of May A. D., 1907. % *
Clyatt purchaser of tax certificate Hospital Association, Ocala. Florida, the undersigned will present his The undersigned, intending and pro ry Sl
No. 982,-dated June 1, 1903 and Nos will be held at the Hospital buildingon final accounts and vouchers to Joseph posing to organize a corporation under .

2258 and 2323 dated the Cth day oi Tuesday, Bell, county judge. Marion county the general laws of the State of
August. A. D., 1900 has filed said certificates the 12th day of March A. D., 1907 Florida, at his office at Ocala, and (Florida, relating to the organization a *
in my office and has: made at 2 o'clock p. m., for the purpose ol make final settlement and apply for: of corporations for profit, hereby make r
application for tax deed to issue in electing officers for the ensuing year final discharge as administrator ol and publish the following articles of; e

accordance with law. Said certificates and the transaction of any other business estate of J, Porter Smith, deceased. incorporation and proposed charter;:
embrace the following described which may come before the meet November 2. I.
I 1906.T.
property situated in Marion. coup ing.Ocala N. SMITH, The name of the corporation shall
ty. Florida, to-wit: Florida, 18th February, 1907. As Administrator of the Estate of J. be PINE LUMBER COMPANY, and /
South half of lot 25, S. & D. ad. B. RHEINAUER, I Porter Smith, deceased. ll-2-6m the principal place of business shall \ yrh
and CO feet north and south by SO A. L. IZLAR. President. I be in the city of Ocala Marion Coun sac Lf.

feet east and west in southeast cornet Secretary. 2-22- NOTICE OF APPLICATION FOR ty, Florida, and at such other placesas

lot 4, block 2C, r-;. S. S. and 4C LEAVE TO SELL MINOR'S I' the Board of Directors may se .
I feet east and west on east side lot 3, LAND. 'lect. I
Reardon's Middletown lots all in city STANDARD &. HERNANDO RAILROAD II. .
Ol Ocala Fla. COMPANY. I Iit I Notice is hereby given that: on the I The general nature of the business I

the said land being assessed at }he lath day of March, A. D., 1907, I will: to be transacted is, to conduct a saw
( date of the issuance of such certi A special meeting of the stockholders apply to the Honorable Joseph Bell,, mill business, buy, acquire, lease, own,,
ficat S in the name of C. C. Hicks, it of the Standard & Hernando Rail county judge in and for Marion County mortgage, sell and dispose of mills,,
B. ll. Hodges and unknown. Unless road Company will be held at the of state of Florida, at his office in milling plants and all other property
4 EL T.4 certificates shall be redeemed fice of the Company in Rockwell, Ocala, in said county, for an order : necessary and advantageous in carrying i

according to law, tax deed will issue Florida, on Wednesday, the .'authorizing me, as guardian of the minor on a saw milling business, including a I
thereon on the 9th day of April, A. 3rd day of April, 1907, I heir of the estate of A. C. McKinney lands and timber and timber I I
D.. 1907. at 11 o'clock a. m., for the purpose of deceased, to sell at private sale rights and personal property, and to ,
Witness my official signature and voting on the following proposition: !the following property belonging to. engage in such other business as is I

seal this the 7th day of March, A. D.. To increase the Capital Stock of said estate, to-wit: The undivided interest not inconsistent with the general purpose
4907. ,said Company from $200 O00> to $500-' of the minor Dora McKinney inland of this organization, and not in < FOUR SAILINGS EACH WEEK

(seal) S. T. SISTRUNK. 000.To to the lots numbered one and violation of the laws of 'the State of

Clerk Circuit Court, Marion County, amend the charter provision lint two of block two, range three of I Florida and the United States.III. BETWEEN
Florida. 3-S iting the amount of indebtedness or I Goss Addition to the city of Ocala, I .
liability to which the said Corpora I I Marion county state of Florida. I The amount of capital stock authorized Jacksonville and
NOTICE OF APPLICATION FOR tion stall subject itself by increasing I Said land belonging to the estate of I i is the sum of Thirty Thousand York

LEAVE TO SELL MINOR'S such amount from $150,000 to $500- the. said A. McKinney, deceasedto I Dollars, which will be divided into i
LAND. P 000 and, be sold for the best interest of I.. three hundred shares of the par \"al'l
I To amend the charter provision limo said minor heir. ue of One Hundred Dollars each,, : Calling at Charleston S. C., both ways.CLYDE : .

Noaice is hereby given that on the itinb the number of Directors of said This 6th day of February, 1907. :and will be paid in by a conveyanceto r3E Fins: S'ZA sPS r.: 'l'3Z ASTmS Sl:7I:..
17th day of April A. D., 1907, I will Company to I 5 by increasing the same !2-S-5t MARIAN McKINNEY. i the corporation by II. L. Anderson,, I -
apply to Honorable Joseph Bell, to 7. Guardian. as Trustee, of certain lands, timber,

county judge in and for Marioncounty Rockwell, Florida. February:: 19th, ,I :, timber rights, saw mill and outfit,, I NEW ENGLAND AND SOUTHERN I NESFREIGHT
state of Florida, at his of 1907. milling outfit, and personal property
fice in Ocala, in said county, for an JOHX L. IXGLIS. NOTICE LETTERS OF APPLICATION PATENT. FOR 1 used in connection with and in the operation -I : sKRVICK BETWEEN:

order authorizing me as guardian of RALPH BARKER, President. I of a saw mill, the just valu Jacksonville Boston and Providence I

the minor, Wm. Preston Holly, to sell Secretary. 2-22. I Notice is hereby given that on the .ation of which is hereby fixed by the and all, Eastern Points. j
at private sale thefollowing describ. i incorporators at the sum of Thirty
i 9th day of :March 1907. the under
ed property belonging to said minor, Thousand Dollars. Cal"n; at Charleston Both way.
PORT INGLIS TERMINAL COM signed will apply to the Honorable
South half of lot 4 of block 23 IV. ,
: PA NY. 'W. S. Bullock, judge of the circuit 1 MIMI: KKKLY: SAIMXGS.
Old Survey of Ocala, Marion county, The term for which this corporationshall
court of Marion county, at Ocala.
Florida. A special meeting of the stockholders : Florida, for his endorsement and approval exist is twenty-five years Southbound. . . . . . . From LeWis' Wharf Boston.
"fci'J land belonging to the said Wm. I of the Port Inglis Terminal of a proposed charter of a I V. Northbound . . . ? From foot Catharine St., Jacksonville .
Preston Holly, to be sold for the best i The business of the company shall
I Company will be held at the office of social organization to be known as
be conducted Board of three directors
Interest of said minor. I by a
This 7th day of March 1907. the Company at Rockwell, Florida, on The Pulaski Club, the proposed charter I a President, a vice President Clyde St. Johns River Line.
of which is file in the
Wednesday, April 3rd, 1907. now
ALEX HOLLY, and General Manager, and a Secretary
S at 12 o'clock, noon, for the purpose of office of the clerk of the circuit court I I
:3-S-5t Guardian. and Treasurer, and the businessof I Between Jacksonville and Sanford
I voting on the following proposition, of Marion county, Florida; the object I the company will be conducted by

Si TAX PAYER'S-NOTICE. namely: of the said corporation is, to forma I Robert J. Knight, President; J. G. I S :ti'1; at Palatla, As:::, 3eresfai ( leLaai ) ui latsrsailiuLasiisjj {

t To increase the capital stock of the social organization among the Culpepper, Vice-President and General 33: St. Jsias' : Slier.
said company from $1,000,000' to $2,- young men of Ocala Florida, and in I i
r The state and county tax books I towns and villages in Manager, and William C. Knight, 1-- __
neighboring '
I; for 1906 will close on March 30, and I Secretary and Treasurer, until those South-Bound SCHEDULE NorthBoundRead
Florida, February 19, Marion county, Florida, to establish
elected the first election shall
the month I at
j will remain during
1907. and maintain club rooms, reading I Read down. Read up.
of April to enable me to make up they I be qualified: the officers of this company -
delinquent tax list, as the law requires HUGH D. AUCHINCLOSS. rooms, game rooms, and in general shall be elected at a meetingto Leave f30 p. m. ? ? .Jacksonville . . An"he :60 a. m. it

j RALPH BARKER President. carry not on inconsistent a social club with business, nor in thatis violation I, be held at the offices of the Company Leave 8 45 p.nr . . Pala tka . . Leave 8 00 p. m. 1

E. L. CARNEY, Secretary. 2-22::! of the laws of Florida.J. I on the first Tuesday in Januaryof Leave 3 00 a.m. . . . Astor . . .Leave 3 30 p. m. j
:3-S Tax Collector. each year.
j G. BLITCH ; VI. . . ?Bereaford (DeLand) . Leave lOOp. m.

".j NOTICE OF APPLICATION FOR NOTICE FOR PUBLICATION. ROYAL MARCUS E.FRANK COLE. i The highest amount of indebtedness Arrive 8 30 a. m . . San ford : . leave 9 30 a. m. ;

4 LEAVE TO SELL MINOR'S Department of the Interior, Land Office Win. C. DUNN, or liability at any to time which subject the itself corporationcan is the Arrive 10 00 a. m. . . Enterprise . . .Lt"ut'tOOO..m. e

at Gainesville -
a E'S I sum of Thirty Thousand Dollars. ,
4, 1907.
'J Notice is hereby given that on the I TAX ASSESSOR'S NOTICE. I The and VI.residences of the Passenger and Ticket Office 122 West Bay St., Jacksonville, Fla.F. -
31st day of March A. D.. 1907, I that i names .
Notice is hereby given Mary -- ------
subscribers, and the amount of capital
S will apply to Honorable Joseph Bell, Calhoun, widow of Dred H. Calhoun, I will be at the following places on I
I stock subscribed by each subscriber M. IRONMONGER, jr., A. G. P. A. Jacksonville Fla.
county judge in and for Marion coun- deceased, of Martel. Fla., has filed notice time specified to receive returns of I
inCjtala I i is as follows: JOHN PENDREL, T. P. A. A. C. HAGERTY G. E. P. A.
tjyitate of Florida, at his office of her intention to make final and agricultural statistics. ,
property Florida
Robert J.
Tampa, ,
in said county, for an order auauthorizing five year proof in support of her claim, Save trouble by bringing deeds or last I 250 shares. I Jacksonville Fla. Pier 36 N. R., New York. ;

I me as guardian of the minor viz: Homestead entry No. 29,434, made tax receipt and never trust to memory I William C. Knight. Crystal River. O. H. TAYLOR, Pass Traffic Mgr. C. C. BROWN Gen'l. Pass. At.,

heirs of the estate of R. Y. La- December 19, 1S99, for the east half in making tax returns. ''Floridato shares. Branch Office, 290 New York.L. .
I. nler and E. \ Lanier, deceased, to .
of northeast quarter section 30, township February.
l sell at private sale the following property 15 south range 21 east, and that Eureka 22, a. m. I Florida J. G., 10 Culpepper shares. Silver Springs, D. JONES, T. F. A. L S. SCROBLE C. A. j

4 belonging to said estate, to-wit: said proof will be made before Clerk Daisy 22. p. m. I Witness our hands and seals this Jacksonville, Fla. Leesburg, FIJ.i .

"- f Northeast quarter of southwest I Circuit Court, at Ocala. Fla., on Fort McCoy 2::, a. m. '' the 8th day of March, 1907. i W. G. COOPER, jr., F. A. CLYDE MILNE. G. F. A.

I. quarter and of section south half 9. township of southwest 13: April 5, 1907. I Anthony 25. ROBERT J. KNIGHT, (seal.) I Jacksonville Fla. Pier 36 N, R.. New York. g
quarter I She names the following witnesses Sparr 2C. a. m. I seal
south, range 22 east : and north half !to prove her continuous residence I Pine, school house) 26, p. m. J. G. CULPEPPER, (seal) I I C. P. LOVELL, Agent, Jacksonville, Fla.,
; of northwest quarter of section 1C, !upon, and cultivation of the land, viz: I Orange SprSugs 27, p. m. Ii _

.e township 15 south range 22: east, I Elijah Collins of Martel. Fla.! ; J. J. I Citra 23. I State of Florida, i I ----- ---- --- - ..-

excepting, however from the above :Mobley of Martel. Fla.: Henry Williams Ocala! all of March. I County: of Marion, rut .H ....r i
lands the following described tracts. i of Martel!, Fla.Vill; Marion, The law requires all tax returns to Personally appeared before me. themdersigned
t to-wit: commencing at the southwest I of Martel. Fla.: be in by 1st of April. authority, Robert J. i SCnS'Jll'1'IOXS' I'.il'.tlt/.lIN.1D1'J1''l:

1 corner of the northwest quarter off i HENRY S. CHUBB. I ALFRED AVER Knight and J. G. Culpepper to me
northwest quarter of said section 16, I
; 2-22 Register. 1-11
the individuals described -
well known
thence north on section line :25.20: !, ,
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chains, thence east C.CO chains, thence I Notice to Creditors. :' in and who signed and executed z
the foregoing proposed charter, : bIJRCLUBL1SiI
f south 19.23 chains, thence east :t15'' NOTICE FOR PUBLICATION. Notice is hereby given to all credo ,:and each acknowledged the execution
chains, thence south 3.5 chains thence tors legatees, distributees and all
| /'ast :.19 chains thence south 3.43: chs. I Department of the Interior. Land Office other persons having claims againstthe ':'thereof for the uses and purposes
l forth and expressed.
1 ;j4j quarter-quarter section line thence at Gainesville Florida, Feb. estate of Julia T. Munroe, deceased -''therein set hand and seal of
J KrVst chains to of beginning I 4. 1907.Notibe Given under my -- -
i 11.94 point to present the same to the under 'office this Sth day of March, 1907.
3 and excepting also: tract commencing within from this ,
1., | signed years 1 My commission expires 7th day of LL Sl'liSCini'TlOXS P.I r.lI11.f: IX ..11)1'.t.1RWEEKLY
is hereby given that Douglass
t at a point 57.93; chains west off Jan. 11, A. D.. 1907. at Ocala Fla.
northeast corner of Alvarez Grant in Gillard, of Blitchton. Fla.. has T. T. MUNROE. ;'! August. 1907.

t township 13; south, range 22 east, filed notice of his intention to make Executor of the Last Will and Testament (seal. H. M. HAMPTON -

I thence north 3SO feet thence west 300 final five year proof in support of his of Julia T. )1 un roe. deceased. Public State of Florida.
feet, thence south 300 feet, thence claim, viz: Homestead entry No. 29. 1-11-81 i .
t south 280 feet, 913 made April 27, 1900 for the south
east 200 feet, thence
f Silver Springs hard road, thence east quarter of southwest quarter, NOTICE. 'I State of Florida,
i of beginning section 12: township 14 south, range County of Citrus, & .
east 100 feet to point before me the
f said lands situate lying and being in 19 east, and that said proof will be As per the requirements of the con i Personally appeared authority WILLIAMc.

i Marion county, Florida. made before Clerk Circuit Court, at stitution of Florida, notice is hereby I[!undersigned. KNIGHT, to me well known to be THE OCALA WEEKLY BANNER a1 l The SemiWeekly -
the estate Ocala Fla., on given that the board of county commissioners
Said lands belonging to and
described' in
.c; of the said R. Y. Lanier and E. V. April 5, 1907. of Marion county, Florida, one who of executed the parties the foregoing proposed Jacksonville Tiines-Uni: one year 1.50::
be sold for the He names the following witnessesto will apply to the next ensuing legislature
f Lanier, deceased, to heirs. prove his continuous residence of Florida for special legislation -;.charter, and acknowledged the exec. THE i OCALA WEEKLY ItAXXLIt and The ThriceaWeek
of said minor
i best This interest 2Sth day of February, 1907. I upon and cultivation of the land viz. to legalize and validate all war ution of therein the same set for forth the uses and and express-purposes I i iI! New York WorM, one year . .?1.G5:
Enoch, James, of Blitchton, Fla. Jer- board of !i
:\[. W. LEE. I ; rants issued by the countycommissioners
S-l-5t Guardian. don Hall, of Blitchton, Fla.; Grant of Marion county Florida led. under hand and seal of i i; THE OCALA WEEKLY H.\X X 1m and The; Weekly
I Morton, of Blitchton, Fla.; Frank Pool, for work and materials in constructing I i Given my
' y ----- :- -- -- I of Blitchton. Fla. the courthouse at Ocala, office! this 8th day of March, 1907.i of : Atlanta Constitution, one year . . .$1. ." s
NOTICE. i :\ commission expires 10th day
The Central National Bank of I :!.22 CHUBB Register. Florida, for county purposes. ,i June 1909. i THE OCALA WEEKLY BANNER and The AtlantaSemiWeekly ,
,Ocala, located at Ocala. in the State I John L. Edwards. Chairman.J. i seal) N. BARCO
j jf Florida, is closing its affairs. All I :\Mathews, I I ( Notary Public State of Florida.: I Journal, one year . . .,1.." I
e holders and other creditors of NOTICE OF APPLICATION FOR N. A. Fort, I I
the association, are therefore hereby SPECIAL LEGISLATION. C. W. Turner NOTICE OF INTENTION TO APPLY ; THE OCALA WEEKLY BANNER and The Commoner

, notified to present the notes and other S. R. Pyles. Commissioners. j FOR LETTERS PATENT. : ((11'. J. Bryan's Paper,) one year.$1.30(
'. 9, claims for payment. Ocala. Fla.. Feb. 20, 1907. 3-15 i
J / T. T. iIUNROE, Notice is hereby given that the undersigned --r-- !i NOICH IS HEREBY GIVEN, that I q g THE OCALA BANNER and The Toledo
2-22-St President. I as Trustees of the Special NOTICE.Notice Ion of April, 1907, the 11'FLKLI
! 'i. .. Tax School District Number One, in I I undersigned the ICth will day apply to the Honorable Blnclcreekl( ) one year . . . .,.JO

% Notice to Non-Resident Sportsmen. i it Marion Count, State of Florida (otherwise N. B. Broward, Governor of
t Notice is given to non-residents i known as Ocala School District of Application for Tax Deed !of the State of Florida, at Tallahassee. : k' THE OC.I.rEEKL BANNER and The Savannah

1 hunting -r.ue in Marion county that I I ) will, during the next regular session Under Section 8 of Chapter 4SSS. !I Florida for letters patent upon the :: : Weekh News, one year. . . . .$1.75:
the laws oi' Florida require them to of the Legislature of the Stateof Laws of Florida. I| foregoing proposed charter. :
. first procure a license before so doing. I Florida, and sixty days after the Notice is hereby given that Luke i This 13th day of March, 1907.

The amount fixed is $10.00 and the I date of this advertisement and the II Kirklan, purchaser of tax certificates II' ROBERT, J. KNIGHT, i DAILY.
official issuing the license is the clerk :publication thereof according to law, Nos. 417. 421. 420 and 422, dated the WILLIAM C. KNIGHT,

of the circuit court. This notice isgiven :apply to the said Legislature for the first day of July, A. D.. 1901. has filed I 3.15 J. G. CULUPEPPER,
for the purpose of giving warning i enactment of a law or laws, the object office and has !
said certificates in my
and saving trouble. and substance of which will be Frank Harrisare 9 DAILY BANNER and The Daily Savannah
made application for tax deed to is I The Hon. and Mrs. THE: OCALA
E. to empower the said Special Tax :
4L Game Warden. School District to provide for and to sue in accordance with law. Said certificates -, spending a few days in Miami, the. i News, one year . . . . .$12.50THE

issue bonds or certificates of indebtedness embrace the following described -guests of the Hon. and Mrs. C.1. I ( OC.L.DAILY BANNER and The Daily
I >)>
NOTICE OF APPLICATION FOR not exceeding in amount the property situated in Marion Brown, on 14th street.Ir.. Harris
LEAVE TO SELL MINOR'S blockS editor of the Ocala I Jacksonville Times-Union one year. . .$1:..50i
sum of Ten Thousand Dollars ($10.- county. Florida to-wit: Lot -t, iis i the venerable ,

LAND. l 000.00) the proceeds of which to be lots 1. 2, 3, -t, 5 of block 12, lots !Banner and came expressly to show i OCALA DAILY BANNER and The Daily Atlanta .
'used to liquidate present indebtednessof 13 all in Benedict to Mrs. Harris, who hadnever THE
3t and 7, block the city
Notice is hereby given that on the said School District, and to erect, 2. Miami. They return I Journal, one year . . . . .'S.50
been to
1907 I will Heights in township 13, range fti
1st day of April, \. D. apply and otherwise
repair enlarge equip 10.00
to Honorable Joseph Bell, County I!enlarge and increase the facilities of 21 east. home tomorrow, spending a day en Journal ( including Sunday), one year. .

Judge in and for Marion county Stateof :the school buildings and property of The said land being assessed at the route in Palm Beach.liamiIetrop.- THE OCALA DAILY BANNER and Atlanta Daily
Florida at his office in Ocala, in !said District. date of the issuance of such certificates I olis. .i 'D

said county for an order authorizing B. A. WEATHERS, in the name of J. H. Crosby,
me, as guardian of the minors, Ernes- J. E. CHACE. :Mrs. H. C. Bolton and parties un I Mr. M. Riddle, general superintendent IIIIrJ1Ei'
/tine Brooks and Nannie Brooks,to sell i W. T. GARY [I known. Unless said certificates shall of the Jacksonville division of the ADVAXCEAddress

. / at private sale the following property ;Trustees Ocala Special Tax School be redeemed according to law. tax A. C. L. with headquarters in Jack .SUBSCRIPTIONS PA.YAIILK
belonging to minors, to-wit: The N. I McArthur., supervisor
District. : :!2-St sonville and Mr. H. -
'. 1-2 of Lot 57 and Lots SS, 59, and COla deed will Issue thereon on the 23rd: i of the Gainesville district, u __ -- -

. town of Martel. ISTACHATTA PHOSPHATE COM! day of April, A. D., 1907. I Tuesday in the for- All Orders to
the city
to the said minor official signature[ and were
Said land belonging Witness my
'. children to be sold for the best I -PANY. :j'seal this the :20th day of March, A. D., mer's private car. They spent the BANNER
minors. I day looking over the company's prop- THE OCALA ,
of said
, interest that the I 1907.
i Notice is hereby given annual '.
well pleased
of February. 1917.f here and
This the 2S day ? S. T. SISTRU K. erties
meeting of the Istachatta ISjphate (seal)
JOHN H, BROOKS, with the outlook of this section. OCALA FLORIDA.ALL .
Guardian.i I Company will be held at the office Clerk( Circuit Court Marion County,
:.1 of the company at Ocala. Florida. Florida. 3-22 I

i i? |on the first Tuesday in March, A. D., I Wanted.-A good mare. Must be I PAYABLE IX .1D1..t1'L"LFSIZ7
\\ A handsome line of Laiies': toilet ,'1907. I Cypress Tract Wanted.-Address I ja bargain. Half cash, balance easy SUDiSGRIPTIOyS

articles manicure sets, etc.TIDINGS. COLIN C. WILLIE JR. 'H!! 79 Midland avenue. Montclalr.' N."J. I payments.: R. H. Park Banner:: of- -ifll -
& CO. ,31f -& .4r.
I" X 2.15 Secretary,. 2. 2-2t fice.

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i. :Mrs. M. M. Little, of this city, who t ,
*: is a graceful writer and who has recently .
5 i won a number of prizes from
various magazines for the best articles : +
along certain lines, has again won the .
I: first prize in .a contest. I
r The Housekeeper, printed at Minneapolis 1"IIIT1":1.l:: "_ -1. "
\'.,' Minn., offered a prize to the one .
I who would correctly guess the so1:1- .
tion of the "Pie Party" in their Feb ,
ruary number. All the answers were : :I
k correctly guessed by Mrs. Little.! Anikl I, 4 A.I : BROWN & : BIRO.

:. article suggestions was also for a to"pie be written entertainment.offering" ', C. :

{.. Jlrs. Little's article won the prize and 4
j. is printed !ii the March number of' .
,. the Housekeeper. i' C p'- .-.., --...' ,,- _>0.."" __ _.._ ,, __< I-':;"""' ... ... ""
\ It is as. follows: fs- \
A Pie Luncheon.
11II i1--
.'' For a novel entertainment issue: iii-f C
!,. vitatlons to a "Pie Luncheon" '_ what on this order: -
p Will you kindly come to my house .
next Thursday eve, C
L And bring, I pray )'ou, by jour kan' : III .
-- -- -
*., A written recipe for jour favorite (pie Ct. -
j t., Come at eight o'clock. Then you'll) rYtiZAt1
|if. know why. III i 0h
Address, CiI"

[ The recipes are received on a bright : : PURINA FEED
r pie tin by the hostess, as she we!-' .
L distributes them as they happen to, fi -
come, the receiver to tell, in panio-1; 0- '. tnmiKA I
mine, what pie he represents. For : Cr MILLS -
Instance, in mince pie the fruit is: CIt L L '--8T.1.Dtr-'J.
1t. picked over, weighed, chopped), etc : -
(i Limit a time and award a minature |
". pie to the guest guessing the greatest i;I .. t ,

.l'. Familiar number couplets of pies. are used for finding i i: II c We wish to call the attention of Stock Feeders to the following interesting figures:

partners, these to be halved, each .
of a couplet searching for its "other'': "
self." If sixteen persons are present -e
eight jingles may be chosen: : COiIPAr TI\TE ,ANALYSES:

Simple Simon met a pieman : OF'I"

l Going to the fair. 4 ---..
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Sing a song of sixpence, pocket full : ,
::. of rye, CORN OAT & j-- PURINA' FEED
:. Four and twenty blackbirds bakedin '- _,. -____ _...... .....m ,: I
a pie. 4

When the pie was opened, the birds : E I Protein_ ,9 per ct. 11 per ct. i 14 per cent. i f

began to sing, 4 '
Wasn't that a king a dainty) dish to set before c d: Fat 4 per ct. 4 per ct. I 6 per cent.

t; ; I
Baked apples she sold and cranberry a i
pies C.. Carbohydrates 68 per ct 50 per ct. I I 60 percent_ .
old woman who never'
She was an i

told lies. *C. : Crude fiber 4 per ct. 9 per ct. j. per cent. .
Little Jack Homer sat in a corner' _. -1
-- -- ------
.; Eating his Christmas pie *

Can she make a cherry pie. Billy\ boy *
Can she make a cherry pie charming .
Billy? J
.. PROTEIN the chemical property in all feeds which builds lean meat in animals; in other words.-muscle.
'. Yes, she can make a cherry pie quick''
t. as you can wink: your eye: G Pat and Ca rbohydrates--Make the fat from which is drawn the store of heat and energy consumed by the animal in

t.t She's a her young mother.; thing! and cannot leave 6 fi its work. A unit of Fat is aqua! to 2 1-2 times a unit of Carbohodrates. In other words, a feed containing 6 per cent. Fat

t;' and 60 per cent. Carbohydrates is the same as figuring 75 per cent. Carbohydrates. .
Dame get and bake your pies, CJ
t r. On Christmas up day in the morning tiC Fi i be r- -Is that portion of a feed which largely waste, although about 1.3 digestible All grains in their natural state analyze cer-

Each couple is then given a paper gen tain percentages of fiber, hence that part nature intends as an aid to assimilation of the concentrale elements, Protein, Fat and '

which is written the Pi contest, as. &41!! Carbohydrates. No feed should contain more than 15 per cent. fiber, however, and one which runs as low as i per cent is an -
f' given in the oH'mbt.'rntrrtainer
,\ and a prize should be given to the exceptionally good iced .
.. ..
, one who makes the quickest: list r F
.' In the dining room use white on J
. t. the table with pinks and pine and g

.. t, a pink large candle pie made shades.of pastry In the with center tissue is 4 g You will now understand that PURINA FEED, judging from the above table of figures, is :

paper upper crust through which extends 6 -
a loop of baby ribbon for each, *. a superior feed to corn and oats. REMEMBER, corn is liable to heat and colic your mules and
guest, attached to a small rolling pin JLey
pincushion, board,or or blotter paper, a weight biscuit a cutter wee 4 f horses, --: Oats are high in price and it takes more of them sack for sack,. to keep your work stock ..
, mixing bawl ornamented for a jewel 4
box, a $l'ooland so forth anything 4
relating to pie making. These are inC in fit condition than when feeding PURINA FEED

xpensi\e and are quickly made from idolls'
, ..
much _
kitchen set ----- ---==-- ------- -- -- -- -------- =------ -- E
'. merriment if accompanied b> a verse :

or double'remark.: (from The white place: paper cards three are cornervd cut. .. TRY A FEW SACKS AND BE

I in imitation of a slice of pie CONVINCED 3
and tied with baby ribbon. The undersheet i
., 1 1 is used for a menu card Thefollowing "
may be served' : -- --
1 Pilan Pindar Sandwiches .

Pickles Pineapple Punch Pippins g, WI-IEIsT IN NEED OF _

t t >. "S? I,.

Pastry, baked as for pie with new +C
I pie tins, may be used in serving The *
I '"pU\n," which is a mixed dish of +*ell Bull Durham U. S.larine Sensation Duke'sMixture
a raisins, boiled rice, spice and) some ,
r kind of meat of fowl may be served |
cold with the other articles, if de +4fired.
t Pisang is an East India ha +t- orlill
U ', nana, and the ordinary banana ir.at Boy Smoking Tobacco
;. te used, sliced' with t''mand ser' +tt
iJI Ii
'd with tiny hot biscuit.
After luncheon the guests take ihi',r Ii
lEt seats at a table, where a number ot- +:
.' letters are mixed into "pie. such as- :
printers have. A limited urn:*' .s s>* C
ea for forming proper void fv,'::. .
:; these letter Then *ave a aar.ie ot"pictorgraph. ,.

:1 taut from advertisements." A number, of or pil'urt's used ss +t! Also Old Virginia Cheroots, Florida Emblem and Hunt Club Cigars. .

decoration) are arranged in the roots .
se each represents some article oeginn +.
lug with 'tpL" The following articles. II Yours for more business, }
U with others, may be chosen A fine 011+
ca apply. pine bough pigeon plate of pp- +.
pins, and so forth. The gees' liuuuig t
1 1s 1sp the greatest number of articles c.ayreeme +
4: ,, ,, __ .
a small pit'tUN5 a rwar'Give : E "l1? : '-=- 'E-; C 't""'= c: _,
+ ....
aPi Luncheon" and your : -
,. guests will attend something :nl;t\''.) .
116U\ new, interesting amusing entnar.ins : .
and instructive asW'.' -Mad .
ed :.._ B, Little &
lathE\ __ c BRO.
roe et 1 ':, In ttM.1Qr's- CourtYartmaster 4+ J'II
< Spencer, of :1:.' Si a .
f:: was air s: + .- __ ...__
blqCO t Karvl Air Line railway < 4 > ""- """ """ ;: -f '''' '''' -
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\I for Mocking the crossing: with a 4 -" > -
Cry <'. freight train for half an hour I.f.m.'r: .
pr He was tried Monday morning n i
Thi the rnajw's coun t 'fore Mr John D. ..di
hid Robinson, president of the council and t
w who is acting maj-or daring ;he aN J
Ular. After tie ev '
scr.ceof: Mayor +4

;."' deuce, Spencer and testimony was nned had t.....*...been...-v.. V tcardMr .irs (


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