The Ocala banner
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 Material Information
Title: The Ocala banner
Uniform Title: Ocala banner (Ocala, Fla. 1883)
Alternate Title: Ocala daily banner
Daily banner
Physical Description: Newspaper
Language: English
Publisher: The Banner Pub. Co.
Place of Publication: Ocala Marion County Fla
Creation Date: 1908
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).
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Source Institution: University of Florida
Holding Location: University of Florida
Rights Management: All rights reserved by the source institution and holding location.
Resource Identifier: aleph - 002052272
oclc - 18660476
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lccn - sn 88074815
System ID: UF00048734:00471
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Local and Personal

Mis.' .Ienni- l)unn sn -iit ..-; ia ,;. K
Saturday at I'lanit ('ii%- l o t,.-L .--.

liiS Bess 0, RHo',' ,f ( ninfC S ("
i in (Ocala on a v!.! 1to, h, : .
Mrs. A. L. Izlar.

Mrs. M H. Hanipton .- at 10Thl.-
from a visit to h-r lparir's anil :'t r
relatives at Arcadia.

Miss Shelly Sourer of B.-11.i,.\
spent the week-end in O(cala with L. r
sister Miss Pansy Sonter.

Mrs. Wallace Kelsey and childr-n ot
.lacksonville ar-e the guest., of Mvs
Kelsey's cousin. Mrs. Jessie Ilaycr.aft

Mrs. Fletcher and hbr daughth-r.
Mims Gussie Fletcher. are the gue-st.
of the ftwmer's sister. Mrs. [. A. Mil-

Supt. Turser of Citrus county It-ft
Saturday for Wash.ington. D. C.. TO
attend the National Educational Asso-

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Mrs. George Cleveland has rt-turn.'d cal-h lrize-.

home from a visit to the Tampa
En mute home she stopped witi
tivs at St. Petersburg.


MrL. I .lames Knight has. purcha-ei
the turpentine interests if Mr. F. '
Thagard in the 0. P. Williams T:r
rwntine Company at Berlin.

Mrs Williams ot (Chester. S. C hai-
returned to Ocala from a \i'-i; ()
Brooksville. and i ; a,-ain ?h :r', -- ,f
her cousin. AiMrs \V. V. N, \--o'.

Mrs. Dillardi of Sih C-';i 'ina cala'
tip to ( O 'ala Monda T. \i-.- b,T *: h
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a visit of s.,veral weeVks. in (.'a a 'a v
her moth,r. Mrs. )Davi! tI'iii.'', r
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day afl,,rnotI.

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il. 1K.A kustini. Mrs. Ed ward Holdt-r andI (c~ala. She '4a-i'e4r-stt~glb.-i /d;tit~ .
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Spe0J Cor. Ocala Banner:
Kidrtck Mm been liet Ina newmpa-
* PWa, but not On account of lack of

Mis AIta Grace entertained a num-
bar t her friends m6st pleasantly Pri-
By might. Mr. and Mrs. Grace met
i welcomed the guesta In their us-
J pi-sant manner. Numerous
am~gsn gaes were played by the
yog folks and lovely music was
rendered by the young hostess. The
valentines were read by Mr. Wishart
t his usual jolly way. At a late hour
the guests departed, all hoping that
k will not be long before Miss Grace
entertains again.
Mt- Beulah Carrlngton is visiting
r-tlv~s at Hernando. Before return-
tg she will visit friends In Dunnellon.
Miss Inez Chalker of Ocala spent a
ert ol last week with Miss Clara

Mrs, A. A. Oils entertained her
friends at a birthday social Monday
light. All present report a pleasant
Mr. Hugh Fowler has accepted a po-
sition as clerk with Guthrey Bros.
The new M. E. chrch Is completed
and services will be held in It Sunday
morning and evening.
A box supper will be given for the
benefit of the church Friday night
the 28th inst. Let everybody come.
Mr. B C. Webb bar been on the sick


Special Cor. Ocala Banner:
Mrs. K. S. Smith returned home
Tuesday after a few days' vlst at
The Farmners' tnion meeting last
Saturday evening was quite a success-
ful one, and we sincerely hope they
will continue to improve.
Mrs. H. Gatrell. and her little am
and daughter are visitors at Galnor
ville this week.
Mr. L. K. Edwards is planting about
twenty acres of cantaloupes here this
Messrs. R. H. Scott and A. G. Yon-
gue are quite busy planting watermel-
Messrs. J. H. Carter and S. W. Yon-
gue expect to ship several carloads ef
cabbage in a few weeks.
Messrs. H. W. Nettles and RI C.
Chitty of Flemington were visitors to
our town Friday evening.
Mr. and Mrs. W. L. Godwin and lit-
tle son were visitors to the Brick City
Mr. L. S Light of Reddick was in
our little town Saturday evening.
R. L. Smith was a visitor at Red-
dick Sunday.
There will be services at the Pres-
byterian church Sunday morning at
11 o'clock, and Sunday school at 3
o'clock in the afternoon.


Grip seems to be the complaint Special Cor. Ocala Banner:
around here. You are not in it unless Mr. Ernest Ricker. who has been
you have the grip. spending several weeks here with his
Will come again next week, and tell mother, has returned to Jacksonville.
the rest of the Keedrick news. where he holds a responsible position
NANCY HANKS. in the mail service.
Mr. C. A. Miller, after having a se-
As it has been some time since you vere attack of neuretus. is once more
have had any items from our little able to be out again.
burg I will send you just a few. Mr. Adams and family have return-
O community is pushing right ed here to reside, after an absence of
several months in Belleview e are
ahead. Everybody is busy. The Stan- glad to welcome them.
dard Ume Company keeps busy filling Mrs. B B. Rickr. who has for so
orders, our merchants are doing a sat- long a time been our postmaster, has
Isfactory business and our farmers resigned, to take effect in the near
are quite busy preparing their lands future.
and planting. Mr. E. S. U'pham returned from
The bell on our new church soun- Tampa on Sunday He has been en-
ed for the first time for preaching on joying the great fair
Sunday morning While we have been -
some time building it. we now have a GAITER GLEANINGS
home that would be a credit to any
community. The ladies as well as the Special Cor. Ocala Banner:
gentlemen have worked hard and Rev. H. M. Outland delivered an in-
made many sacrifices to raise funds I teresting sermon Sunday morning and
to build it Rev. M. M. Lord. our pas- evening.
tor, preached an interesting sermon We have had some very cold weatt.
at 11 o'clock to a good congregation. er for the past week.
He took for his subject "'Tything," and Mrs. H. A. Ross and sister. Inez. re-
handled it in a forceful and practical turned home from the Tampa fair
way. Sunday evening.
The birthday party given by our ef- Messrs. Douglas and Sanm Redding
ficient railroad agent. Mr. A. A. Olin. of Shady wer, in Gaiter last Sunday.
last Monday night, proved quite a suc- the guests of Mr. E. I.. R'dding.
cess. The crowd left about midnight. Mr. W. L. Strickland and family at-
wishing Mr. olin many happy returns tendod church here last Sunday
of the day. I Mrs. .1. XV\ Jordan of Heiltville was
Miss heulah C'arrington is visiting'the st otf Mr. anI l Mrs. L W.
her sister at Hernando this week. Brooks last Sunday.
Miss Dessie l.eavengood of Stanton Mr .J. H. Brass has prt,..-.iu. h4s
visited friends here last week. Come wife with a new top bugg-y.
again, we are always glad to see you. MAl'D S.
Mrs. Annie Akin and sister. Miss
Dora Turnipseed. of Ocala visited rel MAMIE RUTH SANDERS WINS
natives here last Suiinda.. and attended GOLD MEDAL
Miss Emma Guthrtey of Rochelle. Mr. Robert Sander-, of Dunnellon
who has tben assisting her brother. J., 's in cala Wdnesda. ie was here
on a very pleasantnisi,m, having
J. Guthrey. in his store here, returned o mission having
to home last Sunda. cole to purchase a present for hAs lit-
to i~ r ho m e las t S u n d a y [t t a g t r a i R i h
Mrs. C. 1. (race expects to visit her htr. Maie Rh
daughter at Fernandina next week. Iast Friday night at D[ntt'llon
Mrs. S. A. Nix. who has booeen quite there was held a decla ion contest
under the auspices of 'he NV ('. T. U.
sick for some time. we arte pleased to T e wr u t a u r o n
ITher-r were quite' a numbe),r (if von-
report is a little better.
Mr. E. J. Nix of Floral City visited'testants averaging from the a,,* of
his father's family last Sundayv. return- seven to sixteen. T'e Pieces all were
ing to Floral City Monday. grd and splendid! recited, but to
RESIDENT. little Miss Manl-t Ruth Sanders was
awarded the gold medal This little
BELLEVIEW miss is only seven %ears of agr. and
Very naturally her parents- and
Special ('or Ocala Banner friends are Vt'ry proud of her Mr
Several f our winter visitors made Sanders came up to Ohcala and bought
a trip to Ocala this week. Among for his little daughter a very hand-
them were Mr. and Mrs. Wim. l)oolit- some gold chain. on 'nLih to wear
tie. Mr. and Mrs I. I.. Hopkins.. Mr. h,.r beautiful "rophy

charge. part of tho past sevon yoa-" of Marcus Frank and Thomas H Har-
r,o,ater Ipart oT n ps s vn ',a .
Notice Is hereby given that on the and have carefully studied rhe conii- os doing business u.ndlr the firm
19th day of August A. D., 1908. the tion ani ne"s o ofour prsont sch,.olmm' of Frank & H ar wa-
undersigned Administrator of the es- S'St0,In. RICH IA ERVIN oed on the 21st day of January.l9,S.
udersged Administrator of the by Thomas H. Harris ritiriniz and
tate of Henry T. Spooner, deceased, For County Judge Marcus Frank assuming all liabiliti-4s
will present to the Hon. Joseph Bell. To i,. [)-niocratic Electors of Marion of the firm, and to whom all accounts
County Judge of Marion county. Flor- Counry. Florida: due the firm must be paid.
Ida, my final account as administra- Believing that mv record in the ad- MTARCS FRANK
of sai esate t d t ministration of the duties of the above THOMAS H. HARRIS
tor of said estate. oflce has met with t approval and Ocala. Fla.. Jan. 30, 1908 1.31
Stanton. Florida, September 6, 1907 w'll receive the endorsement of the -
HENRY G. SPOONER, dt, mocratic electors of Marion county. ADMINISTRATOR'S NOTICE FOR
As administrator of the estate of I announce that I am a candidate forr FINAL DISCHARGE
ro-elloction as county ju% l. and re-
Henry T. Spooner, deceased. 9--m spctfly solicit your support in th Notice is hereby given tat on h.
comiing primarv. seventeenth day of Augu.st A. D. 19,).
S .TOSPH BL. at the hour of ten o'clock a. m.. the un
HANDY MOTH PAPER P __ dlersigned. as the administrator of th.-
A moth d e Fo Sestate of James H. Howard. late of
A moth destroyer ana disinfectant. For Sheriff Marion county, deceased. will mak-
Placed under carpets, or In the fold? I hrk.0y announce myself a candi- application to the County Jude for
of fursh and clothing It drives away adate for the office of sh-eriff of Marion Marion County, Florida. for a i7ia
m cketh and worry. Twelve 10 cents co,'nty. Florida. subct to th ,oming discharge of his administration of sail.
six packets, O cents, if druggist do ratic primary, and promise. estate, and at the same time present
not have It. IlIct'-d an honest and impartial at- s fial accounts.
Madigan Powder Works, Selection a0 mi'nlistratin ,of sait office. ccra-oqbshrdlu rd
ClarkvI. Iowa. J. L. SMOAK. c914ra-oqb JAMES Hrdl HOWRDl .
Cllrsv~le, owa J.. SM. 'K -,-14-6ni.JAMES H. HO%'.RD).

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WE are better than ev4
people of this part o
Jewelry of All KinM
Silverware, Cut Glass Nove
lets, Rings, Etc., is large
seen to be appreciated. TI
is also in shape to give tl
notice. None but experts
is left with us. Give us a
serving you.


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In the Circuit Colirt of t'.. F>:rh .Ii:,ii
cial Circuitr of Florida in an fo-
iN 1' 1I Maron (Countv-In ('hancrr
,T I-njamin S. Gatris. ('omplaina,;. v
T______E__R __ _! .\_Alice__ R. _,aria. I-fartan -( -,,,r
LER for Constructive Srvic.
S It is o)rdtr-d that th,' dof-.n i.int
Sh,,rein naifmed,. to-wit .\V'it. R. :;'
er prepared to furnish the be and she is hr',y r,''u, r, ,t ip
f Florida with II igh Grade T"-l to rho hill of coi' -pnt -i
1 yr- th', cau e (on or b ,,for, ,o n'i,, !\..
ds. Our line of Sterling Ih day of May. !rlo o
sterr ng day +,-la 4 i
ties, Gold Lockets, Brace- l is f'irthror,,rei tha" a ,., ,
thi,- order be pub!ishdhi for .t <', in
and varied, and must be scnutivo weeks in the Ocala R '.nnr
hen our a news)tapor p'ii.:'ih-d in sad c,-;Ti
PARTMENT This -.th day of Fomrutiry. I',-,
he best of service on short iC'ork ('ircuir Court. MarionC.Fla
handle your work when it ;v H 1 )i r I "
trial it we are not already S CompainantsE


~T THE JEWELER ,Ii the ('irc'ir (Court oi r,. ".;. ,.
THE JEWELER ilCrutoF1fra
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Pe-ar to the Y *'! Iop In his.
dfay of March. lVI
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this order h-- WT.'tonro a wwi
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in sad olrr~y'ant 4Oaf--
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CALL PO N aR sWTIU4 OF SUMO- AinCtwtt o f tio fai" M ik
C OMMITTEE_-. I will be at tl c followlu lda 00 I & d for Marwe Co-aty--a
MM BFor sh rw time_ p cifted to rece ve taO ta" "Ca ch-co. .
The Democratic Executive Commit To the Dlmocratie Voters of Ma io for 1W: Jan. Atk. hlmana. a R A .
tee of Marion County. Florida. is here- County, Florida a. February- 1"Mrm' en. as Co Pao tlrsma B.
by called to meet at the court houms candidate for the offlee oft sheriff of urk. 2st-. m Firm t ai meofdalman &
..at Ocala, Frida, Monday. March Marion county in the coming demo- Dais. 21st-p. Mal efedt..r
tratlc primary of 1909. Fort McCoy. 22nd-- U. To the d -- Iuts. K. F J bU
at 11 o'clock a. m., for the purpose of I respectfully solicit the Support of Pine. nd-p,. *in tadXh- f.rm n me ot a e1
formulating rules and regulations to th people of Marion county, and Anthony. 2 th ann tne Ct ren Ja o
govern the primaries of May 19 and elected tothis of i c pledge anh ona-,. 2Ath. mtnn & md n. t trwr a[e Uf bUi
ev .- u v . . . Ps t an d itm p a r ti l a di m n is t ra l o n o f S .. 2.- . . p e p m n r s t e ho r e A
goer OaaCnmannd Bn ClarenM H ns. ba
June 16, 1908. and such other business the duties of sald office. Citra,. 2th-p. m io an d pa. -r-trM ubder th M Ta
as may properly come before It. Respectfully. orange Sprinp. g 29th-- m o Hood. an G parr Hu... atnd W *
SOwing to the change in the pri- JOHN GALLO^ WAY. Marrh, 19ta eofo aard Hand WI
mary elecUan law, relating to the pipe- R906 ameosubT od n
mary election law. rating to he el or Representative Ocala-- From 7th to 31at You. an.dI ch of you. art %* ro'
tion of precinct committeemen, and At the request of a number of cit- The law requires all tax returns to reauird d o appear to bill of m
the rule adopted by the state commit- zens. I have decided to make the race t. made by 1st of April. plaint dlivrt-d against ayou tn ts
tee. the precinct committee will con- for representative. and solicit your ptm ter wil plee cut out nd cause on Monday. the sixth 4a o
Unue in office until their successors 1 pport in the primary of Mate the pYt tha notice, iw.. i4 fthrC oD.l. .)
quaifedbytheprmaie.1909. and will greatly appreciate thp pofit this notice. It. iA further onlo"f'i' *hat thuis ~
are qualified by the primaries. Same W. ). CARN. ALFRED AYER. AsseadSr. .lor b- piiblilhae In rhe .Orals a aaw
JOHN M. GRAHAM, Chm ( ------ a .--klv new papr pu)1..h< in
Attest: D. D PALMER. Sec. For Superintendent of Public Instruc- NOTICE -on county. Florida. one@- a w. 'k f
tion eight con-ecutlvP weks
R. KNIGHT ON TR.IAL FOR AL- I hrebhy annoer my c andidacyiIn the Circuit Court ofth Fifth Ju- In wltners whrof. I harve hr
R. J. KNGTourtA ORA- ofn otst adadaf~elt,
SS for the, above nam,,d office I -shall dicial Circuit of Florida in and for to set my hand and affi.. the 010d
LEGED REMOVALOFSPIRIT S ricrely appreciate th- support atO Marion County-l Chancery. Jeal of said Court this tha l-e t 4-
-- the coming demnocratir primary el,-r(' .D.onnelly, Complainant, vs. It. i. of Januliary. A.D. IGm. p-
Charged with taking turpentine gum tion of ,veryvone interSTeId n the ad Anderson. J. Starr Sternberger. Ro- & T 5. .,-
from government land in Citrus coun- vancem ty. R. J. Knight was arraigned in .t-d t.sts I should be glad to metet every der for Constructive Service. I ,," PV "
ra ort frtralyvotor in th- county I-efore tho ,.'le It is ordered that the defendants, |HOCKER & DUVAL.
eral court for trial yesterday morning tion an discus s mattt-rs with herpin named, to-wit: J. Starr Stern- .olicitors for Compiairanf,
This case was continued from last him and if I fail to d(o so it will )e merger and Rosa B. Sternberger .be iTI '
term and will be conducted upon lines boalaust my active s'hi)l work rtn- and they are hereby required to ap- NOTICE
which will differentiate it considera- ders it impossible' I will s. anti pear to the bill of complaint filed nin th r (':rrcr Co',rt of 'h- iph J.
bly from the previous hearing. know yoi after the election this cause on or before Monday. the1 ,iral Ciircuit ,' Floria in ai d for
by from the previous hearing. l BRINSON 2nd day of March. 1909. Marion (Counry -In Cbaccerv
Mr. Knight is from Floral City and It is further ordered that a copy of; T Eaaterling Brothers omUsMy a
is represented by Anderson & Ander- For Sheriff this order be published once a week -h ,rlti,, Brtrani (md a3d E a
son of Ocala. The forenoon was tak-1 I rsp,.rtfuly annonnre myslIf a for four (4) consecutive weeks inl the 'norporatihe Organiz-d',f a Exsti
en up with selecting the jury. Ts' tandidat, tor Lhe office of sheriff of Ocala Banner, a newspaper pub le: U caroitna. .ropla-aan U
was completed shortly after the re- Marion county. and pint to my r.c in said county and state.,IS H R,:na. I-"
mpti n o the noon recess, wh n or dt of m ore than tw enty years res i T S 24th day of January. 19 ,9,.w H R -. .:ng. D e ,ondaf Ord,
sumpthon ot the noon recess twheniatn, ,among you as my justification S. T. SISTRUNK,, for Con.. r.u.t.. . .
the trial began. It is expected that in asking for this office, at your hands. Clerk Circuit C -ourt, MarionCo., Fla. it rierd ba' PI ..la
this case will occupy the greater part If elect-ti I promise a faithful perfor- I.AIURIE T. IZLAR.. 1-1. hbrein named to-wi W H R. ling
of today. After it is disposed of thl 1man. of the d&ti-s of the ofre., with Comp a ant's Soctor. an h, bry rp.qu:r. to lap m
,.no frin STo r arlnor noit --.' h i of r,)mplant 0140 s i U
federal court will probably adjournno puis ('HA S. Y. MILL R i NOTICE TO CREDITORS -ai oa *or heflr, Mnlay th d
for the session.-Tampa Tribun, i. ;- .av_ of March. !96'
-- For Member Legislature Notice is hereby given to all creditors. o fur rh. .r, ,, ,
Dr. Neal Mitchell's host of friends in I am a candidates for rth- l,,zslatir, legatees. distributees and al' othpr ,*, ,,r- r ,,iherl ,ha. wv)k
Jacksonville will be interested to hear subject to the rules overnmng the persons having claims or demands .. ...
of... .. prnmaries. Platform--I,,ss exI;n.s.s against the etate of Sumter A. Bul- for _r1v -. .kiIt
o nis continued good health this win- ~~.1l and lowr taxation lock, deceased, to present the same to Oca:a Bann'- r ntwvna;. p.'
ter. He is in Arizona, and savs that I S I.IGHT the undersigned administrator within in ald c-c inmy an, tAPP
the climate suits him to perfection. ---_ two years of the date hereof. This 2:' ,lav of JantarT. I1,
He takes frequent short hunting trips For Superintendent of Pubic I.struc- Dated caa a SI TRNK.
to shoot birds for bis breakfast, and tion Administrator of Estate B oKf Sum tr 4 ;ir (rt '
To th Votrs o Masn (oin ~ :Administrator of E'dtatte of Sumtpr C~ ~RN
. ... .. ~ t tho V o ,ters of M arton C oulnt%~" .. OC 1. . ',;T RT'N !
indulges in every way in the most i announce my candidacy for A. Block. Deceased. -!-. ;,'{-,an 4-9
interestin"phase'I h ,',or-'y an no)unor o m y candidacy for .. .." "( ., i n .. '
interesting phases of outdoor life.- rh, offle, of superintendent of public ...,... ... .......
Metropolis. instcton n the omin democratic DISSOLUTION OF CO-PARTNER OTIC
1 ntUt:Tintecmn l-oratic NOTlCLE
primary. and respectfully o,)licit v)ur SHIP
Administrator's Notice of Final Di. support I havy b ,n nga nd in otice is hereby .ivn t fir '. .' .'.., ._'- ...' '.
At t .. .,...,,,. ....z t-n- nFf,,,- &h,. Notii3e1ishereby1givenin.thon- .in n n4






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Catb @r bfmO elW Tub.
Nr. Wickliffe R. Smith, editor of The
IMlateb Heraid, formwly principal of
the onhools at Cameron, Idaho, writes:
'Per emo time 1 offered with ca-
toue of the throat and bronchial tuoleb.
"I tried many remedies, but could fitid
nothing that would give me relief. Fi-
amllylUtrd Perna. Three bottle-gcured
moe amand and well. I telhieve it wilido
a much for owher m e it did for me."

Gakwd Thirty Paundisi.
Mrs. A I ivuJ. lBordner. 1%11 Mapit- Ave.,
Harrih1'urp-, Pa., writes:
"I havet found a '-ure in Pe~rnuu.
cannot r~c(NomiiinI Peruna envu-li. .
I altso thank von for vmir i. iu4a't ufem i.
to me. 121 a S~ -4 t*1I I 't-uid IV
sinee I lwt~an tak iing l'trk-nmn. imnb l
roecimniviud it toowlihe-. -itn. %,
W) poniutts zlwfore tit%.%-lern~
w e ig h 125. "

Throat and tleae.

.- %i one ot f i he ht-4rempflie~z
for.L vol. '-cin the bend, &ore thi;-at.
0,"I W-~ d i-4w).(*tfej. f: er the unwof
,ui- twist'le in m~v foiwi'lv I don't feel safe
wittwut I run3 it iraany loute.'
Im ; i.;t lv.er NMr&. Have~iisav~i: -T
awvn~ wi O r"v h ,lT a o im ifl of 1'.-ri. 143 ill
I ~.~ It~ *~eujfor nao,5: -vf'ry
.'e~d~li'u. Iga.r Oc 0'M.2fineP%.1till%
if )hv IRV,.a su'!d sItv(I : r'.-
a Iv'* 1 v r. I d -1 -.1d i

, ^These Testimoniials Were Given Out of Pure Gratitude
For The Benefit Received From Pe-ru-na.
It is so easy to (,it",ize thinr.gs about 'as a heverairge or to take it in doses
which the eritie' k' ,)wF. nthinl, stuficient to prdu,'e anything like in-
T,:ke, for in.,tan k-, lVeruna. There are toxication, if after putting it to thid
plenty of people ",ho are wiliinH-4 to say tedt such a perLuon ia .till of the opinion
Perriia i% thii. and that, who never have that Pcruna ie a disgui.tpd aleo)holi-
tas5to( Peruna, andi :ive niver known drink, he will be warranted in making
anyuvthing about i-s ;V'fyct upou the sueh a statement. 1'ra'tieaily, Peruna
human system. i cannot e ,,o nued. Any one who knowS
There are people who say. anti prohb- anything aout Peruna hy personal u
hvly bheievp, that P.rnina i. t ', ,vrage by orn( people. Ii. would v'ery lWI1I tht- t, Atle, *ving the prin-
0 "4 ,. iet thitarg t; *, m .rld( to show I'"pal ae-t v. i v it ieu t., furansho. in-
th, 'aVa1ty of such o f,.iSf, i disputa!Nl. proof th:ht Peruna i a mnedi-
oi ativ orte wl*,al .. any or. wl4 rA thi. C t4 tt |uaran:ev that no noruial permu can or
(,-tu- store and a;,r,';, & lj,)ttie of wi! ue-( Peruna as a beverage. If
o"" '.p" .11us i I tny ont thi'uk-i this remedy can

be so uod one trial will be fl G ft
disabuse his mind.
Peruna Is a great ad uaeful ftaMfy
medicine. It in used t mnalttudee 4f
homes. It has become a standard Yea
edy for various petty aidmess l dke
home. Jt in especially eftl for clbftI
diseases. It is a excellent t reamdyO
colds. It io a well-trted remedy for -
tarrh in all forms.
We have a multitude of tUmlmeab
recommending it lor oldas, for brW
chitis, for various affcUom of t e
respiratory and alimentary organs.
This is well kowa to all who ha
Peruna by actual exipeneoe.
"CwesA n CAtrM wNomMe "
Mr. I. W. Kightlinger, Cambrld
Neb., wrttes: "l do't have any m
trouble in my throat, mad ha veo t
a headache for for weeks.
"Pevuna is the vey medlewlo w
tarrh. There i Bs o iedlee Like It f
the afted States for I haveofted a en
msay before usi Peruse.
-I will keep to In my hme to a
Against e rrb, as n esm& mU emSaft
t dasemses."

LcaI and Pcrsonal

)&&R LK*ie Iseioven~good it, vl-uug
her friend. Mrs. IA. C. Dodd. aFa:
Prof. J. H. Brtusom was in the city

Saturday in the interest of his can- visiting

didacy for county school superintend-'
fe t.
Mr. and Mrs. H. Sanborn of Dover.
N. H.. are in Ocalu visiting Mr. and
Mrs. J S Hooper on North Main
Misti.s Mattie and Kate Adams ha'e
returned to their home at N'wberry.
S. C.. after a plasaut visi1 in Ocala
sitb their cousins, the Misses- \Valttrs

Mr. and MLrs. .1. M. Luckie came
down fromni Archer Saturday. Mr.
luckie will return tomorrow, while
Mi-. I.1ckie will spend several l weeks
with her mother. Mrs. Robe:; K.is& 2.
Dr W. R. 0. Veal. who has been

his s-on in Jacksonville. re-

turned home Th.'rsda. ani
over for a while in Ocali.
hands with bthe "old timers."


Mr. and Mrs. John Young and cih:I-
dren to Washington are guest,-s at the
Spellman House and will be in ,tcala
for several months. Mr. Younf is th
architucr of te ieW 'ver inmieT

.MiSs EaiUi1a Pr-octor1. who has beqen
Aigi1 L Savanithflf or somWe'time 4
fi~~ii IVIirftIe O (Ocala and i:-

Ait- C'e%*ti .Carry Nation ga-,* the -in-
Stht -o-by. But some of these
d a s the stoun tht- builder's are now
'!'ejecting % ill become the chI,.ivf Stone;
(if t Lt uUIU"! he "oneof bI

NvDiNo (hv C. EUd'w.*ds anti ter.
kiii ugh ts-r-in-law. M-s. Rober T. Ad-
aui.t:ach.-d. h1)111- Frida' dtaterlonofl
d ''i2 \is-ITo lt l:IlTampa fall, and
dV.*av'- in Hla\ ania and had a 1u

MI V.- T. I MI 1111*04, e';t 4, -I on,+
'-,a I II-da A 'on St I. lr,

Mr. and Mr. C. V. Roberts and chil-
dren wen' up TO Live Oak Saturday
,'urnin; T()o visit relatives.
Mrs. J. Carstrens. after spending sev-
: a! day in Ocala. left Saturday after-
noun for her home at lake Weir. Mr.
Carsten- accompanied her to the lake'4
to lenair over Sunday.
Mrs. Williams of Brooklyn. New
York. arrived in Ocala Saturday af-
ternon. anri is the guest of Miss Meta 4
.lewett. Mrs. Williams is the mother
of Miss (;Tace Williams, who will be!
so pleasanlytIv remembered here.

"i'ht. ()<;la hti l,-. \\v t it'u! ant ;i >-"
Ir. ..-t ff,-0 onI 'Ohen'-'part. are having '.
a !bit 1isn *, t r .r v- ,. This ste.on. W hiat
**' **h ,' ,,,',, o n i ik ,' re .t h .u r' ic t -f '

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We are constantly adding new

counts, and our business is increasing at
a very satisfactory rate. Possibly you also
might be glad to join us. A t


0- O -0-0- 0a P. oa0a0v0 N0
: Mrs. Emma F. Mumford, No.

Mr. Georgo W. Amory, 87 West Ik ItS., Now Tef
City, New York, writes:
"Somehow I have always had a preyie ageism- adv-.
WsId medicine, but I want to make om ea..ided. -_-. __
In favor of Perna&.
"I caught a cold lst winter ad t @*In In th1 u
and head, developing a most persntist seat arlh vtb
seemed to defy all medicines uatU l tried PIruB.. Be@
I had used two bottles I considered myeelf wed.
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The Negro Vote is the "Balance of Power" that Perpetuates

The Liquor Traffic in a Gr: at Manr.y Communities

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$1.00 a Quart Whiskey; write fet
complete Pri:e list.


-By Courti'sy of t--Tio,

HENRY GRADY'S SONG OF THE debt but does not restore his freedom
FARM -then shall be breaking th, fullness
of our day Great is King Cotton! But
In the year 180S Henry Grady i"t reo liet at h, t,,t whiei the usurer anli
livered an oration at the Dallas i Tex. grain rais-r bind us in subjection is
state fair. and amone other thing. to invite. rhe eonrtemp, of man and the
... .. . . .'-'pr,)ach ,)fi ,roi B ;t to .sand up be-
gave. in prose, the lo ,lowing baultiau!
f)ro Him and amii ,,'ir crops and
song o the. farm .mokh-)us. wr" f'rom him the
"No on. crop will make a people ,at fa o p
prospem u. If cotton eld it.- m onop- ia ii c sart s o Hir n ae an a-
'II!an to estaYish in His name an am-
oly under (onditionh that made- other divr..i. agriculr that
crops imp( ssible--or snd-r allure- I ,,d, a r ,t,. ha
"s" i-hall honor him while it enriches us-!
ments tha: mad, ,)thh r crop.- oxeei)-,i- _. .- .
-ment th made tlt- lrroth s to carry us. as tar in the wav
tional- its (,orninion woullM be r po"- " , .
n. 1 f applinlp-,, ans ind(l.p lndpnce as the
is n. Whenever th- greed for a non-V arr . , i
, I larnier woriPi in TOe fullest wisdom

(TOP 1,1t iI If fce-S tflC wisotuofAs::1-
bandr: rlis n, roni- ir*,ip il.. a curz-o
WAher, i s -04111~~- .rn.ra
onix- ot t farm it u.-!!i.-pro'tiv : o
farniin;... n .an r;rojo ; 'i~i: hh' :-i i .1
('arolin... 'A.heIu I'ia.1%: C, 'i-d
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In a cornpa-atively f "w years. as-

.ronomically speaking. t.i boautifulI OU71Ii A

'ife today. so Pilll of astax i~tY. -so uno
-.o rich-on wh'm.. slirfaco ~m~a:r
succeed gt-n-rations so rapdy, Yw"Ilt
dead;-, more-.--stroyod'
And not only sh.-. ISUa hr (compan-
ions also-Ve~nus. h-r- yoln-r sr-
who resembles ho-r .'co-h an
w Lose prosout bhu m ar. ~u nrA

odly centuries tbehtim! :.


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Dyspepsia and General Debility


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Southern Copper Works

Manufacturers of Turpentine Sila
and General Metal Workers.

Old Stills taken in exchange for new ones. Patching
through the country a specialty. Ordern by mail or
wire will receive prompt attention at either of the
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g-t b~f.Olttte cuffS of a"
for-us aid tae OOf P"Zm*'7.Ssfd*
antd -smlary Rpbills. sy'pbIItw Rhoni
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ha""ue d 1 U~s.d alltmstflait t b. fM22
D)IMws. Ecwifls. Cb"DIlC F1,10I
CnynpIA~ntS. MAW.trEUdr~ Powsan. Totter.
Bcaidbed. ate.. Oetc
P. r. P. is a p-,weffItn, tc Ad d an
*KeIAcjst ar-timer, bu-ilding uPth
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Re'. Geo. H Harrison, reetor of
Grace Episcopal church, preached a
most able and "is':.inctly. <.ourag,'-',us
sermon in conmnwn-miraiion of tho- 4*,ih
ainn;v-.-r'ar% o; -he Knights of Pvthias
at 11 o'loc- ia-st Sunday morning
The members of th.- K. of P. lodge
of Ocala meT in Castle Hall at lu
o'clock. and marched to the church in


The Union Metallic Cartridge Com-
pany of BriPgepor'. Conn.. has had
representat;ies in the principal cities
of Florida th,. past season, giving ex-
hibitions of marksmanship, which are
intnr.,e ,-. show !he remarkable ac-
curacy of the atr.munitin manufactur-

The Oy N&
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oMAlr, No U

Local and Personal
Mr. George W. Easterling of Irvine
w vTliUtng Ocala friends Tuesday.

Mrs T. K. Slaughter of Levon was
rMstered at the Ocala House yevter-
Mr. J. B. Borland, a prominent citi-
zB of Citra. was a guest at the Ocala
Hlewn Frifty.
Ulm Pauline Peace has returned to
OcaM from a visit to her sister. Mrs.
J. P. Hllburn, at Sutherland
Abram Kitchen. a very old colored
f and one who had been living in
Ocam for a long while, is dead.

U.a body. ed by this company i
lI'h+ t-i(.qut, divin- ,t )kf: tc- his t,.-x The U. M. (' representatives in-.
LukeM r> n' :;5 cpide Mr and Mrs Frank Butler, Col. i
".\nu Je,.uJ answ,-ring saId:l A cer- Tol Ma S-hll. Col. J. T. Anthony. Mr. T
tan ni_.n v.:-*'r down from .Jerusalem George W. Maxwell and Mr. William
D Jericto. and ft-ll among thieves.,If. Hepr.
w'rh o nmjpord him of his raiment. and The shoot was quite well advertised
,tne.r,. him. and Ideparted, leaving and a laxge, crowd gathered at the D
>:,n b:,. ,;ad. Ans fo chance there Driving Park to witness the exhibition

cn.aL- .*i a certain priest *Lhr t way. and none wer badcsappointsi. buto a s
DE R- AnGw!ik witee a [evite. Mrs_. Fran 'r. better known as
r em1.t-.un li-was. -i.'" ho placed caime and M:ss Anniey waks witmad some .very

me a i.sit t at.: uon :-ind pasaim d by on th arvelo ,s tshotse and susta ing- the
Mrs_. Benwl brm -r a ;", rL' a h certain t Samaritann rnbe putat ion t t hehas so long n
Miss B. o e of.os h r'* ;" ",'i .h cam whorn b w j t hro ug hou t e is he was, j cities ,ff ,he
Taea : v,. h,,ii ,+ ,-aA-" ini how-had compa~s- U'nited States.
p -:! U ',4n,. and went to him and Miss OakIl-y was wibh Buffalo Bill's;

,,-a a:.] ,,.., i n hm. o an inn. and hest, f(oral*- shot In the world.
,,______ ..., +" hi:m .\n, on th+-e morrow, Miss Oaklv's hair is now froste-d
,. - i 0,.("I o '1r two ov .-' byv r h, light touch of t.me, but
Dr. C. W". Lindner. ,Anhony: prone : ,. .. '., h,. to he h. and nrves ar ,l steady and her eye
inent physician, was in O(ala W .a` i urto tim: "a., care of him. and accurate, as was demonstrated in
npesdayr to* ,.,: e es ktt i u T 'ieedith inor,. when many eway, here Tuesday afternoon. i
Mr. Jo n t Turncv o a r-tu-m, ., ':n as'd,. I wi as rte-pay rhe e. For e example, she threw four glassJH L.0 D 'VN At Ii
TrTan pr',ache-- said that the Knigh ts balls into !hp air. breaking two with
his hom e on the e ast cc, dz!t. L:. -;
visit of s ntveral weeks with hi h :- ,' lytia- woild soon commemorate one rifle, quickly changing guns and Candidate for Sheriff of Marion County Subjett
vt se-i: --:,i,. .nnive:-arv and that it breaking the other two before they Democratic Voters at the Priatioicati. ]
ter. M rs. W W Read. at ..... "i, .aY' ii..t r m r f M y 1, 1
zer M s-%X R PPd a 1 w..11 i rn. m .,: -, in it- rank-s 700.001-11 m rni- reached the ground. A gain she threw
W~eir. e,-.r~ "a"i"~ was foundoi om friend- five balls into the, air. breaking them.
Rev. and Mrs. CharleF iir d n the tor of all. She also Inv-rted her rifle, and IM E rs pthewhoncam"
of Alexandr-a Bay. N. Y.. a,-,-e n D ',. i a r 't P' thi.- that it was the lying on her back across a chair broke Judson Edwards, deceased, who cam. merbtr of the board of county
on a visit to the latter~s uncle andi l,:'.d -,' u. o! ,woYry Knight not to glass bal., a. they w re th-own into to Marion county in 1845. and lived mission.r.
aunt. Mr. and Mrs. .1. HMcClyrnonds. 'a-s! en -h, "othl' .id'" when they the air. IndPed she performed any here continuously until ths death. He will hay ,wry,-, bii diitrct
Mrs. Benjamin will bt, rmemnri.b,-ra .*. v' .... 1. Miss Bettie Sharpe. ono of 'h- mos wh, t,.a ratherr a not but to treat fe.aTs, shovin6 ; tta he is still queen Edwards was well known throughout It is useless f~r uW 'o say anythia
popular young women ho eveer r- id- dt---~.L and uisforttune a.s the- Samar- of the rifle. -this county, being a successful live about the service he. baa redcr .
ed in Ocala. and it will be a ,re+:' itan in the. 'etx' had done. The -n-r',nn ai--adn named did stock man and meat dealer, up to the only flt we ask tb. publc to study II
lie. .id that ,h l)1biievod IU st'cret tsome very ever trap shooting, and time W. J and John L. Edwards be- thoroughly, and we blIevw that tl
pleasure to her friends to know thatsees.m-na
she is in the clty for a eofy .'urdo-r. in proportion as the members sustain, the -ecord.s "hat they have came of age. at which time they took verdict will b, i his favor.

weeks of bk. .-amre lived up "o the beautiful already made in other points in For- charge of the business and have w(
iMta Jessie Owens and Miss Ella _-- s.-ntin.tnts ontain,+d in the rituals ida and a!l over The Vnited States. an envlble reputation throughout th
O)wens. who own splendid plantations FOR SALE-A number of fine br,-d 'of r oi'rr atld ot tdihi note state.iv
F O R S.. ..A num be offftne state.
nD Sparr. were shopping in Ocala Jersey cows and heifers. They wi! ,i th,.t :. proportion as they disre- MEETING OF THE W. C. T. U. John's public life dates from t
Theday be sold at reasonable prices. F. D. gjrd,-,i in r."1. dai!yv vows these souund time when he served his "ward"
Boyer & Co.. Boardman. Fla. '-2 : :,p, ;,,v. "nan* Cbris:ian Te r .. ,, rn
--ye-r an& co. r n F ,, -,-- jpigf" !.ri(cip.!e Th, \\nan s 'hristian Temper- the city council as alderman, and cot
Mayor Barksdale of D)unnellon and a if e,-rv mn:ber of at.c,- Inion hold Th.-ir regular meeting
Mr. and Mrs 7. h'hai-n-i 1hr.h'.lr- i I*+' ;. htife r nnbro ft'1U rulrmtn
Mr. J. W. Ward. Jr.. of Floral City. Md h:om rs7 T C la p ;s ma:iv ing ar, daead arI... .. af-'.ion at the .Methodist - --
*n~o w*n -n~rTtr^tr. , /,i d home Tuesdav af'e-rnorn. aft--r :in '
m v r e w e ll k n o w n v is it o r s in .ca la e^ I^ L ^^. , , ,, ,^. . h n n ^. ~ b r o n h -**1
rterd~v w knownabs(enc o f o01-r two months. N'V i1,.e' l.a I ,,: h'O !,htlr .i to qh,. h', a u';p roen
,:.-.:dav 1. .. ..fn...h* : u: -aniz~at.;,
awav Mr. ('hambhlss was operaTed :- -ni had ii '1w 1! hr ( o :I niz n |
Dr and Mrs Thomas K Slatgh.-r re, appeinlicitis and for several wooks "r-: shIp ,.:>rla i',, as )mn v. ,:-..n:. LAR 1
a. and Mrs. Toras P. Sau r Ia Pvthias had .ione whar a d! iter- : was t:. friar r2ectiou of offi-
of levon were in Ocala Tuesday. and was very critically ill. }1P ]zO now'ir-!. rt tng as follows: Mr 1
i ". ,'n r p hi :. w o 'i h >; ,.'+, ( ,h a r a p : +.: i ,i .-.! ,.. t~i r <-.- 'ii 'I b ^ .n g a s- fo llo w s M r s .
attmded the shooting exhibition a completely recovered. and, return-
-1.- .rv T ( ,,' I'.t.t.':*' wvh r,* T -- ,r ,er i ( '. Packharn. pro'-sid-nt: Mrs. C. L.
the Driving Park in the afternoon home entirely well. 'o ,hp d!.i1ht : ti. r th
his friends. Mr. and .Mr ('hanmbli.s oh a in ,-thod. B: ,r. i e p ,,i ,n from, the
Colonel Doolittle. who is a regular spent several weeks with r-latives a!i" li h.- ail that too< m"atyv J'" ii Ca o+ +:'h Mrs.E P. Rento
winter vsitor to Belleview from Con- ,or-svth and other place. in (;eor,)ri;. ir' r with th pirt o w, ai .h'.. s roua the Methist
rtet o, t of tlh-n.'nif tnd no! with chiirch : M s. Van Hood. v'ice president
neB euCL w nu a visitor to Ocala on; ('w 1i I
u~t~eut wa a isior o Oalaon.the dete:'n~ination of what I c-n ,do for t:'-om the. Bap~tis" ch'trch" Mrs. R r). Cn re sa
Tuesday. He is more and more charm- Mr. T'homas Sexton. who wn- th,m Tninmion of wha an o Tor l-m ,h Paptist hurch: Mrssint ro. th
ed with Belleview as the years go by. Jacksonville several la,. ago to have n" -hrsi ch r ro
an op ration per orom o his li tie e p.y,-d ha" th ,. ,o ld coenl Chriseian ch:.;rh" Mr, R. A. Burford.
,an operation perfo:'n,.,t ,n his litilel
Mr. John T. I.ewis was in Ocala daughters evy. retu-n,., hon,,. ester- i hen the world. ,Vn,.! l*v The r. Tuesday on his way home to Mossiday HIe sas that the ,op.-'dnton v.- s! spirit an d goo wo'-h of ,th' u.hrch,.' att. ,'orrspondlnt., stcrteary- Mrs.
Bluff from a visit to the Tampa fair. 'ntnirelv successful. IT uI-, f,,u:il ". d di nvolent .-so 'cessa'v To remove the entire fl ma i.J wlold b Mr Charles Pillans and Mr. W. W. whh is indeed regrettable t- liformanco of good works for thl', daunted by the fact that prohibition tor will speak
Jackwo. two of Electra's best known te oe is playing about he hooii-, .ake ,f doing gLx(d as was illustrated failed .n Marion county at the recent W 1
tiaens. were noted among our Tues- and it is hoped that sha wbtili ehe in the story told ot the (;oodxl Samnari- election, but are as -n:husiastic as
day visitors, to no furth.r suffering an. ever. and are making plans for some
It was a d ood sermon andi its !verN good and helpful work In the fu- A 14 II.
Mr. and Mrs. Ben Chambers of ilady p raise wa, n he ips of all who ture. i c oc
lake passed through Ocala Tuesday r. wam Cons o th V,',i heard it. Several committe,-s were appointed
afternon on their way to Orange Lake ah a a evist rl () Ocal e h :at the \VeIdntsa m newting. and they
nesday. and reports everything 1110V_:
to visit relatives. hI ng alony prosperous inev in his o' MR. J. L. SMOAK xpecr -o do sonm -, v'-v. effective work
at along prosperousylines ingiand they"

Mr J Parker. Mr Oliver Parker tion. Hie says that Mr Ailan (;ihson. \nn s wh will ake the Mr- B'atr Carn. Mr- Blainger and
who as poitio onrh.g)1enin-tVHNirs lyt o-rflade himno
and Mr Arthur Parker of Cotton who has a position on theo Iv ,rnn.i trh r
race in the primary this year for sher- ,4,ff'.rn Plant. were in Ocala Tuesday and dredge boat. has Transferre i to h. of Marion+ ,ut *t %11 M L M J
-i 'r in ta" M ri\^ on r.,,nt\v w.il -r, M .I I..I
paid the Banner office a pleasant :.sit. Panama Canal Zone. -Sn-oak A BOLD HOLDUP 'T
ferried if Mr. (Gxi)sont wono. ,0 !a h .. t I _
Mrs W.\ E Zimmerman of .Martin the proposition Ie 41 fhe nae Mri outo na ', .rw-oa ",-Ien o___" __, __v : d,'.,r.. 0.r
Marion count% INr n w- '-t V A' dt* at~ H .~ .d. ., .
who has been in town the past week tnder a-visemenr. -- -i 'od ,- , n, M Nah .. rnn,- 'ar-d4
for dentitl work rptiirlt-l honie yves- sition offered hiim Of(,,,a r t a d .1-: .rn g ear N T

in We are pleased to know that thM
is successful busme" man has ofend
his services to the public for the po
ie sition. and we feel safe in saying that
in he will get a liberal support from aU
n- sections of the country.


i W. B, Lamar,

united States sena-

in Ocala March

:, and will fully

tical issues of the



I i





P. V. Leavengood, Business M


Senator Latimer of South Carolina
is dead. and Congressman- M(i.aiir-n
Is quit. sick.

George Washingtom ntiir ildh a lie
Ior he never edlit#-d a nimac'hiue adtiin-
istrat ion newspaper.

Wherever else a baby's plave may
be. however pri and pru',iwiou-, his
place is not in thb Uni'-l Sialte.- .',n-

We don't know. but our own opin-
ion is that Attorney (ieneral Ellis has
nade a big mistak,- in tagging on to
the administration.

The Atlanta Journal wants to know

r. On Febriuary :;. Hon. Bourke Cock-
e. ~ron, congre..man from New York,
delivered a notable speech in ihe,
house o 'rpreje-,nTa'ives alt hough the-
speetch was nr ot printed in the Con-
^ *izressionai R'-,)rv i until F,,bruarv 15.
.S ; The slhen-lor ot ihi.-, sp--ch. i*s ,-n-
Ti oral accuracy, lra. tis us to say that it-
Iis a Jittie pt,'liiar trlaa tili who ar',-
i l p of laitzta,': ,who. without appiareint

-- zple ndidl. ca rlt e'l ^ r -.'ly perfect air!

_-.- greater i~t o'M ii.-,*,.r i d nil j'-rl--
90S ., .,

Take. any of oui'r ,- nfloe ,)l'l or paIfl'-
ors. and they' all t'lem to) 1e ali, in
that the"y ar' lacking : ;n thI ,e .-st iais
of at;s<.ori'iiliation and judgllfi,', which
(;.'tvrnor Joseph E. Brown af (ioeorgia
said wa so necessary in an ,sayiv>.
speaker, author or stai,,esman..
These gentienin,n whlo have the flow
of lan tiage so pat. always soelni to
have a screw loos,,e or out of j)joinl
somewhere, which militates very ma-
terially against their otherwise niag-
nificent productions.
It is so witlh John Te.mple (ravs.
Thomas E. Watson, Elbert Hubbart!.
Claude L.'Engleo. and it was so with
Brann and a hundred others, that wt
might mention.
So. this being true. we may v.-ry

why it is that the Georgia tourists andl well pass o4)ver the praise and morn-
fishermen always r-eturn from Flor- than fulsome eulogy with which Mr.
ida's sunlit waters s-o hlear-eyed. Cockran lathers the president,. abO)I
- whose merits andi dmterits ,lit,,,ocrat-
Mr. William Stockton. the son 0 1 and epulica ff lll
d 1N Ca n i l ',.l- u lb lic a ni s d iff -,I- v" Iytry l a)laly
Mr. anid Mrs. .1. N. C Stoctk;ton. is from ni, aiothir and l hold it, all sort>-
plannillg an interesting sinmer. h! anl variety of opiTi Ini. th
will o .aliarador with ontA of' the pi'i \ t han on W
Prini'c to(I professors. such a Vai'it'lyt of <'o) -s that i. h.ts
Nr'w t \ it :hel a whole co'int-' to thinking
N-x t ,'ar Ct l0 -nhloia c iuin' .-Ti.h ld iJ i llt W h ,, I IIi1a ,il d#- 1 l(1,';t iL:
l lu we, ,k ow !11at :ti. d,, :to.-rat:- wi~l
hav' ;", f,, i oi .pac ,' ihl, T- T linAI ,
r.d. ; .'> Ill- ,iwllll.il -
Ia.r a lr '~pr,'a4l li,,r.-l'- l I..'' o)ill" a:,1 'a;, lab 1
''. v i l !,t ii TOr('t I Ia) a', tf '-'-. i!' :i \ !i a;
hous.\N1v> ]. plli', l;a 't, 10;' !i. .-:11,-
lD-Fr !,a CIiT\ Ilid.'x .
22!'. '',''l a'aL'IC'i1
; r' a ' ;i * \ ;i '" i ':''i
'N I; I;r'. art. O).tk .. ., V ,.. .- '' , ;, ...
a 1ia n .t .' h a t a l -i'. fl1 ;' :' ,' -. : ;\' \o l "\ i a ; ,t h a a 'a
hot,.l an' als at T aluu a a ;,a w i;j a! i\- L:t'-) : ,.a l *,lt. a '1' "' ''', - P rait, r ; d i ,i l , .i n:i .. .. at a. ' 1

Y' 1i -' o
.MI. i lt ir'. '. \\ tl '-f.on : ;i 2 j.!a..a..aa "' \',"1 'i "'' 'ha' --", t ii' n a ll ;t' i'to :
|>hi r and l.a1 !.'-';' i a ;i I I i' ti'! ;a i ) *-'4 I '' I' ', '1, 1 l," !.'>i" n.i a*- tla i
ing ti t. amil 'a>'. Hilt '!i a) et n *^t a ''Ti.' rl' T.' <-a '! .- a'' aN j ,
ItII ,.4 ..4 of '.'.l'1 1;1' hal. l a jlil:t id ,lalit'v i.a' ;l;li t. i .t i l lr''c. !'pj a ",' ia' a
cai 0 :-i f.ti ', 1,a lei .1 w pr''.--\,;! ,':. a;T" 'ai;i, ;iI .--\ 5-."'Ir 1iia: w ,- nlo o'
'. . an,,a ralia t ,o"i .',ii T h'i' ('a tliryrv hi ?-=
A.s-i,, .I i a ,l ',i,', ", a't'Tia i! Vt,!l: i i' aiai,,f ,ii r"' .i'('T ,,l ,d<,noii, 'ratt Nib .''o' I. a it" Ia ,'4(a i lll lia' 1 -'t> at: ', '. :,till I'i i' h1i- fla.v,,, ;tc'e ;,Ttt,1 a l lt'lit lF,'a
!'llllli ' \ + ('c u iti e -n mil lll ', ".- :lit I ith ." \ i..a ilt :ifY 'c i u i,.; li s t r n cil~ ," o rl ti e
Iprnm ari,.- M1r .llhui N ("' S !t'o k ,ioln \'0,]op~t) el ,iT 01il" ;4 V,' ) ibo 'rimlrt li,

lies a g vvwe r. i'lmoti'rTal ic pres;dentt, eonacvte.t by a
..... te I ltrraTic con ii't'-si. 0r1' 'Ti',p1sId It a
Editor He!h,,r:i;!,olia i.-,I miiaklilin a cemocralic convention. :Evon the leg
ir-at iiaper oU )l tl e lit i.,ik land is.iatiln 1of itl iat-.at lU. ',v ,ears ha;
News His effor,. ;irt, appreciated. jnal an 1 .nf)Trc,.'inl' o a(f democratic
and the increased patronage accorded poliies by republican politicians."
him will art a s a lhir tot i,-a, t.a ,f .. . . .. . .

ment it recognizes that the three
branches of government are co-ordi-
nat,., yet separate, and one depart-
il ui is not allowed to encroach upon
the sanctity of the other., and that
the democratic party doeos not war on
wealth or indiviiiuals. but on svstenms
I ;nd < onditi,..,i-




(',erlain self-tyled alilt i -,)'Ir.itIon
.. ..... It. - .1.k.I.-.. .. .. *; ... A.. .. G., 1 11t )

lut w er,. . . . lit Ti li' 1I* ua a r' iiitI Iql IFi)to t

o iri IIII(,(T)I I t I ,('l4' I i 4 4I

Tht-cifctondituf )fthe 4 t~ia rt -i;-.s .1 11T h a Tr im '~'h' ~* ~'. it e- TIi~i'' ~a.

'X ; 11 ther fiTio o l; (,fi I0 V 1,1->ali

Tartlit .1[4

One as rittn b4 tittic part lJh li~~ a it, O'
It a i st A,--ahnasi llle hi., (0 lt ~Stt 'da nth' lii~* Tl LIT 4'~ t r 4

0 1i P 'L.'nc ,] ')1 i a bI''S h i.\rrha tzi- v I' fi ll I I a auita
?~lrhay wroe a ltow~ "a. ~a a.a~ i' ii l -~l i1~'~ r
Ia '' I -d fill o#'' 'a. *l 'At
121 he S in x 0,1 r. 10'Al

side he could nore s leep at night ,taIP[4a and
L" i~ -'j W ill,

M r H a y w ro0 d te h iL a p t F : aa L al l' I a i tsr I It~ % :it4,. o e W r d I i i a l t !
I tIa'lla i' p:iI' 1I N, [41Vl1,. Ii
"T'... .itei V(tira i~ u lT' ~I L~a aa 11 t.~ !a.Tl a~'''a 'i'' aa'Il I t't (')1'W
-His heart. vnt was rTau t' Iso a ~ii
wo l dismount froma'. : '''au' ~' '''II''Tn,',L ( ai il a( tt E
fo et n h sto ri lilflp# in! aT p t u a a t n \a 'a 1) '' r ' A 1 'T t) 'Ia I ', r al 'i iis

-)th eraaa
(Ta'xc Olil xlt' t ,Iih a a i. a
di'' ~vth hs r'vad. ar ii..; d.~- I> -a--- -
R ( s e t n v A .Ti ', i .'' :"I !` i ih;i- N'a :T a'.'\ t a a'a' -1 a
S ~ ~ ~ ~ ~ ~ ~ ~ ~ ~ ~ ~ ~ ~ ~ ~ ~ ~ ~ ~ ~ ~ l~ Will iaii,1SaI I*IT aat' '' Iw:a,':' ataa'.-4! I11''''

,in ni h is idarii' a a a '. a '1 2 Ia
Cuhau aw'ar~a.. '' a. l1 ~ '
tIa al a.a at,
a'al~~~PU L SH N (41' I '"i'~a,:I aalI' ataa. l'aA S A'BUSINESS It I A
a > :D'av' a2aaaaZ l.
rialilz ~t;t aii~t' 111 T 2\,a PROPOSITION


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lo riltar govt'riol' 01 Nfaa.I aaa'aaa

41gt .s ''d To .,In (if war A'~h:('h It If I c 44a)~t a aah 'h n 21 a~ 'll'' (I j FaT 'a ' ,a a
tA) ~ ~ ~ ~ ~ ~ ~ ~ ~ ~ ~ ~ ~ ~ ~ ~ i arn~~VI) hiet di a ila ';~ti1~t ''~T 'lla'''.? t :. aa

A...... ... ... ...[.... ... -..... .. s w tl l orlls 4)!at te .1t1- nf'ment liaton t ho s message W icm tag w...- .. -
forts.- Orlando Star-Reporter. person. which wereo dm-nocratic, were come from llh,- Jeff l)Davises and the No 'on, in Franklin ( cotl m:'y hi a
W W hat th" t"' ,'aa aa '< ,'' ,.,
Ys the rtedpublicanstrar, aniad those of Hamilton, Vardamians. If he is annoyed now. great.r ,l.'ire. o! ha hw in Ir>a .
.and ntiwspaprs eveni get southern which were autocratic, were rejected, what will be his feelings in thi' lu- ioyalIt yii meh. opa than1l aha aldi tti'r 'of
ndnm r paptrat vcotton- rowers to bew-l fi l)tl points o t th t diffe'',renc' be- t lire? He has not heaard the last of tlhpe Til.'s has shown in buildin ig i i t'i r. ,a ',, -,
dem ocrats alr oto n egl~ l rowers to he-,, , 1 ,i ii- , sov t lmb r na:, ti, ... ,, 11 I i ;, i.
twe.'n the peace'iful po'1i(x\ of expati- that message, andl he will prol)ablyv Aptaichi')hTola and F t-'r x.ill (')o nt. Iii t.
leaving that there was some sort of 1 . ^ h ~. . > w i m 1 d ''' whjle 4 a a 11 I'-
lik ing p hawle h e rkw s onrai, par- siUM i iider .Jeffersotn in the Lonisialna l,` e\ ,%,r hear the lat.- of it. As long as th, main,. oulr ,,ff. r.-. '.hil,, no, vid- i ..
kinship hia.ween the demto'cratih par- l V il ,, 'in r ioV, jr h atl'r h'a' :tfl' 'I ha' I'... r.'. a
lPirchase., and l hth coercive, policy of lit, lives It Aill reniain it)o .niarras-. iln in,, n ai o, iir.- ',, !:. 12.t. ti'' i ap- 1
ty andd I-centwcotth n. H ow i, i; now -: x a sio as ibiTd in th hilip- him. tr.cia y kinpl.v ixpl-r ssicofl a -i n n i ,! in ,1 .l',

The ('1'itrlestoi N ews, and 'o)lllri,'r Pinn' 'aii '! I y Ih rep10liiIca Th historian will be ot'rh ia h-1itll t w t. o li'Tl to n,1-at .-h"t'i3,-l a'ts of h,,' citizt .ns, al id wOt 1 '
F-ay.- a!l trains pa.ssinl that .'itv for partI ,' rt h V w l -Il lho cou tlry ti, Florida .r, 1. loadt d dov( i with ta+il.r-'ls !m Ihm. >lI \ "1 *I' \ -li ',w do,)ctI .'*! l [t ,i('t ", 4'sp)i or l ri law p)llih -c orTI-r, ,,a ,r'#-.- ta, 1t1,,-u.i'1- Ihi-. a; 1)r:, i;i 'on,. t
.No doubt oi(itll s fact exisi : as ,vi- wIs I ;1 dltoll rtI)I' alT 1" laat.-auro alld the reform without passioi, a revival oi ;lland v'' o "l- tha! tha' Iolpip ,i th a',, \i a' p a'I
Noldol,,,iof this im e r!Zli{. as.,:.
dente (' t I ar too appl a .ir ,i her., '-"ndlM'sl !t i crl 1 ,i y o' o rat f,1'd a' t co i- ('re(dii, mnor, (co)illi(d1tn-Itc and l ioreI T;I !'h v '\ 'I ol i ,i;I" ,liTT ,i 1
.Ja7O nm i 'h, Metropoli pact," was ir.-ir i)!' laiwii -a an dt riv,!- -work. the i( t're.idln oh'f 1 .ti', liijt,,i al h 1 inh. ah '' i ha r, ta \1
a ly ad, iter li l I) ,v l!'',sidl i .Jacil'Isoni. Statt'.-. i!n 'X itiiiL lii-s ow n i11 1o i ,;i i ha con 1t;<',..ttil tbi.,. l P11r ,h i .11- ., '
a IlIatl I 1 1 .a ) *. i TI\ a .'- ** ,a
T h -,' r,, ris lra ti on ,i nic ,.r ,of D l ia! T h a ll th at w ia s v ic ioi :- i! i th e. ( (,c( in ain ili p~il mllIs s( iIU a m s a ^-, t.) c o nlr, s l : i'li:i! c ~, i. l :'-it'.L 'o t . 1 it
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Th. +\tension of the Florida East The remaining 47 miles to Key
t',Oast Railway southwest along the West are to be finished within a year,
Florida Keys to Key West has often Key West is 90 miles from Havana.
bt,) de-scribe-d in the Railroad Ga- and it is planned eventually to con-
rett. Articles describing the nature nect th( two points by a car-f,-rrv ser-
of tht. work o)r the progress made vice which will take trains straight
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It is expected that the completed
route will get a large part of the pas-
senger. express and light freight traf-
fic between Cuba and the I'united
States. besides a certain share in th-
TLrough freight traffic. Florida tour-
ists in particular will be likely to
take a trip to Cuba.
Cuba is only one-tenth under cul-
tiva'ion. and the-re are great possibil-
ities for prolitahl-' investment there
which would bo likely to be taken up
if bright directly to ihe, attention of
Amnricans. On the other hand. a
large p)ropo)rti:)n of o\'xon the wealthy
Cubans have never left the island be-
cause of the dread of seasickness. A
route which requires only five or .ix
hours waTer tri p is likely to attract
many of these. One great advantage
of the' extension will be that deep
draft vessels can be used between
Florida and ('luba. Previously only
light drat v,'ss.!s could be used on
accoi',t! ()" th-' -hallowv water in Mi-
an-i harbor.
TI, Fla' riila ia..t ('aC .ast Railway is
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The Ocean Viaduct Trains in Crossing It Go Out of Sight of La nd-181 Piers and 180
Archos-Total Distance. 5.6 Miles.

didl dr-ani. Tl' ".-.' ,ia.a train h.is
ilmalde iis i r,.-t l!ni, 'roi Mii mi 'o
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whole length af th line i- 109 tnil's
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terminal to, Ky '\Ves. vh hence gtat
ferry boat-s v.-ill car:T' wholo tira!ns io)
Havana, ninety ;niips, away.
The new railroad will iu,- as .step-
ping stones forry-noi,. t:'- o()T-roast

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i w' i t!,;)-s of Bth hrinu-, '"rait
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co(P:plI)ii,' tIl.' wo)rk. [ i will t.a h rav *h I ,ni ;-'u v.o [lhotl-anld niles
w'li-ti Tl- journey can ie miade In
three ho)u-sald, but lots of people( do
nl(L ('3;0 t9F risk t(he oceall and would
)ref-' t,) take the- overland express
co()Ulnecj'(jl rhi.- N'w York subway and
the Seini--Savannah Press.

ful terminus at K.-v West. On Febr'u- longest of the viaducts on the whole
ary .. the first train for which tickets extension is from Long Key to( Grass'.
8 wore sold was run. and on February Key. 5 1-2 miles over the bed of the
6 regular pa?.-ngi service was be- ocean. This is on the road already,
xun. with through connection to Cuba in operation. The rails are carried
by a new ,steauier service froni 31 feet above the mean surface level
Ki-h.s K t\ to Haa:.na. 115 miles of the water on a reinforced concrti,'
away. :h, iiaana service of the Pe-iviaduct. tn this viaduct trains, -o O:!L
^ niin .i-u r & )( .'i,,ii.'al St.,amship Co..of sight of land. The aeeonipaiiyzii
trouii Mijami twine at th,- same* time imap) shows the rouTe o(f the ,,exTrisi)n.
aiban 'inted lat- -,i ,er.' litcaving Mi- the steamer conflwection from K ig.h 's
aIii a tl a 11i 'tr- due to ranch Kty to Havana, and the propos,-lt (;ir
Kticht K,. a' 1 p in m. and Hlavana trry coninection from Key W.';. t()
at t, a it -' I,.xt da.\ Havana.

WANT SQUARE DEAL ONLY Bo()ston. over :',1,14 mil,,, for 1.- iI5on-
e'v thlan is c'hargred on Fl)orida c,,i,rv
Florida Shippers Want No Advantage: ` ihl .t^ati mark,.'.. a dli<-tanc' of
Simply an Equal Show only -," nl mil-.
7"a-- iw'alp.pi'- fron- (' ,nl1, and [e',n',
S" 1i 'ic ar' trii>p rt,(,i T'n .Iw wa ,rd ai: .,
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11'. *~ :~... h~- d'--.aH1~Il it iii-.. (~a~1ii for a >1.orta.r ha;;l.

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equality aro- ac!. a*at I$1 51".1Ro-
maint. i., h--r. in himite-d iilply but
ais the daruanul Is nor laItr.'. th- arkott
is sehlom better than $1 7 There is
a fair call ftor sq 1 msh at 11S-l aiv-~.
rteal gow)d toniAtw)*s nmaa%,- i 11good
'shape at 82,z2 ',1 1i *-t t u.s-In toIn ?w-
a] stock. arnd hrtnics at' hhlgbaA $20."
Much of th. 1Iettuee is II''? wortb am"-
ti')fiflc. and a 1,)t of It ha~ .s hi ol
at The`i. Tho (';tul fiow er ctiminig rawn
ve-ry irregullar with $'_ as tfop with &
range- as low as S1 Therp are prac
t ically no Florida c'iwmtwbr,, okr a"ia
*-,carol on the rnark.*r atn-lIthere is
not nmch call fair tb.,in N'-W yoew

'Why not. ti-.- Chamztaerlain's Paim
Ralmn who. ni a i' have 'rhvimatismO
\Ve fee- stir.- !hat tho r -stilt will be
prompt ant 1.,atf-factork- On.- appll-
caitit rl-hlt-vo-A tho pain. andl Main
!!a t 11 inporniann-nt lv clirtrea by Its
1! "" 2.7te and 5"" S-,Iz#s Fotr sale bi
all olruv-.stq m

WVWE ar% now ready to show
W th: people of Oca!a and
iMarion Couinty a brand new
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TRAMPS owr Car"tlaay sand deiT U to
cootuae? q
TWmehDIs- Why don't the good men of the
Gained the country arise in their majesty and
might and declare that these things
.. .shall cease?

oy innumrn-

-e petitions for help and hard
& e4d from within by the condition
inlng from a nearly exhausted
--ly of funds, the Associated Chari-
ft- Lds itself grappling with a situa-
* that is almost beyond its powers.
As empty-handed throng comes daily
* the doors of the mission, often
t ng with them empty baskets
2t speak more eloquently than
ords of the want in the home from
Weh they come. Proud men are
iSbled by unpaid rents and hungry
0ati ."
And so the story runs, not only in
Sh-msond, but in nearly every com-
mtky throughout the United States.
We saw a sight in Ocala the other
4 that was shocking to our moral
llbil/tes We saw a gang of men
rs by us-enough almost to fill a car
--b handcuffs. Thirteen of this gang
we strong, stalwart white men.
W-t was their crime? We repeat it
b sorrow. It was the misfortune of
bftg poor!
it the language of the statutes of
a state, made and provided for in
-eh cases, these men had "no visible
s of support."
We are told, and it is a fact, that
Me wheels of factories in our larger
--mercial centers no longer revolve.
Iumber mills in our own midst are
*owd down. Turpentine farms have
bem largely curtailed. Railroads, ow-
tg to a lack of business, have dis-
dr ged many of their employes.
jrosands and thousands of men. sud-
Jly and without notice, have been
Iftowu out of employment, and yet
vth strong arms and stalwart frames
d a willingness to work. as was
sown before the panic, they are now
arrested as criminals and sent to the
aia gangs and turpentine farms to
abor mas slaves.
='t our very civilization a hollow
mwokery? Isn't our treatment of the
Rflrtunamte-those who are victims of
vtovard conditions-a travesty on
justice? Isn't our statute dealing
wt these unfortunate people a very
vthktmare of ignorance and cupidity?
Mvery four years a lot of machine
politician visit us and tell us of their
Uwe of the "common people," of their
devotion and love for the "poor man."
md after being clothed with the in-
stia of high office hasten away to
e meat of government and enact
Twi that make poverty a crime!
We do not profess to be a saint. We
Bl unworthy and unfit to pretend to
blkow in the footsteps of the "Man of
Oallilee." but we confess that sights
Eke those we so frequently see chill
to our very marrow bones, and it
seems to us are enough, to make the
Mrt of less sympathetic persons
ep blood.
It seems to us that these things
sould arouse the thundering maledic-
Urns of the churches against them.
Iey ought not to be tolerated in a
Christian land, and yet when we enter
e sacred edifices and hear the am-
*isadors-of the "Man of Sorrows"

Veacb on the little sins and frivolities
mf society, the great crime of bridge
wMst and giving prizes at the inno-
~mt functions of our society women.
we feel almost humiliated.
The last issue of the Tallahassee
ASi gave an account of two printers,
Imig men, members of the interns
Smal typographical union, thrown
I-denly out of employment, were
-0tnP work and in doing so boarded
a railroad train and tried to beat their
wy to the next town. They were pul

of the train by the conductor, which
@ ht to have been punishment
eovsh, but in addition to this they
were tried before one of our magis-
trates. were declared malefactors and
were sent to a turpentine camp near
La.llra City to serve .2 t s rntpnp nf


The Ocala Metropolitan Band went
down to Eustis Friday afternon to as-4
sist in the Washington birthday fes- I
tivities in that little city. and are in
ecstacies over the reception that was
accorded them there.
Eustis is a very pretty village, skirt-1
ing the shores of Lake Eustis, and'
nominally has a population of about
SC0, but during the wi-nter season, ow-
ing to the extraordinary efforts of its
progressive citizens, this number is in-
creased to about 2000.
It has two very fine hotels, one ee-
pecially commodious and attractive,
and is ran particularly for the accom-
modation of winter tourists. Both are

crowded with visitors, and all the
boarding houses are also crowded.
This little city presents a scene of ac-
tivity and gaiety.
Last Saturday, in commemoration
of Washington's birthday, the citizens
of Eustis bad a regatta and school cel-
ebration. There were many boats of
various descriptions in the line of pro-
cession and the Ocala band discoursed
very stirring and patriotic music
which made the celebration all the
more delightful.
After the trip on the lake there
were public exercises in the town hall.
Eloquent speeches were delivered ap-
propriate to the occasion.
Saturday night, the Ocala band gave
a concert., which was very largely at-
tended, and at the conclusion of this
concert the master of ceremonies.
speaking in behalf of the citizens of
Eustis, said they were so pleased with
the music that they had already enter-
ed into a mutual understanding that
they would invite the Ocala band to
Eustis next year. and they hoped on
every recurring anniversary for many
years to come.
The band played many beautiful se-
lections and were very heartily ap-
pplauded and encored.
Messrs Jake and Albert Gerig, in
their famous "Grasshopper" song.
made a pronounced hit, and were com-
pelled to respond to several curtain
The band boys returned home Sun-
day morning very highly elated over
their enjoyable trip.

The humor of the picture on the
front page of the March American
Boy representing two grinning boys
teasing a friendly but very smart look-
ing dog. will appeal to all boys. The
contents of this number cannot fail to
interest every reader. The fine serials
presently running in the magazine are
each continued two or more chapters.
Among the entertaining short stories
are: On Georges' Banks; What the
Trap Caught; The Great Gold Cup.
and Chico., Tito and Pepito. a pet ani-
mal story. There are also a large
number of pleasing and instructive ar-
ticles. The boys will also be greatly
interested in How to Train the Hear-
ing; some Every-Day Poisons; The
Boy on His Muscle; Forty Stunts in
Magic for Amateurs, and Trapping
Hints for Boys. $1.00 a year. The
Sprague Publishing Company. De-
troit. Mich.
Mr. Jean Farmer of Tampa, and
Miss Mattie Sparkman of this city
were quietly married late Monday af-
ternoon in the county judge's office.
Mr. E. T. Williams. notary public, and
Judge Bell's assistant, performed the
marriage ceremony very gracefully.
Mr. and Mrs. Farmer, who are a
splendid young couple, left on the mid-
night train for Tampa, where they





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are disturbing. A person may sleep
on board of a steamship with the con-
stant rocking and creaking of the
ship, the thumping of the engines and

People are flocking to Florida In
great numbers. They are flocking to
the east coast. They are flocking to
the west coast. The band boys say
that at one of the pt .ncipal hotels in
the little town of Eustis there is a
seating capacity in the dining room
for one hundred and fifty, and every

even the howling of the winds, but seat was occupied when they were
he will be disturbed by the nibbling there. And so it would be in every
of a rat, the rustling of a paper, the town in the interior if we were up and
banging of a window blind or the doing and made the proper effort to
slamming of a door, because these are get them here. We have divine writ
unusual noises, in saying that the Lord helps those
The people living in the second who help themselves. We have in the
ward in this city, near the Atlantic interior high hills, good roads, dense
Coast Line railway, are disturbed woodlands, beautiful springs, pretty
nearly every morning by a low contin- streams, immenLse lakes-perfect in-

The Confederate veterans through-
out Florida will regret to hear of the
death of Major J. A. Enslow, which oc-
curred at his home in St. Augustine
on Tuesday. February 25. He was 63
years of age, and was conspicuous at
every meeting of the Confederate Vet-
erans in their annual state encamp-
ments. Mr. Enslow was widely known
to the business interests of the state
as he represented the National Bis-
cuit Company continuously for thirty
years. He had been identified with
the growth of St. Augustine for the
past thirty-five years and was held in
high esteem. He enlisted in a
Charl ton company at the outbreak
of the civil war and served to the end




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T"r FIOMIWRM THAT NEVER minister, but he has put if off. and put THE FARMERS' INSTITUTE
*LOOMEb it off, until his bead is white and his -
frame shows the footprints of old age, The inportance to the farmer, hor
Dq'oad a doubt "Gray's Blegy' i"s but what this man's heart-etruggles itculturist ad tockman of the farm-
w- of the sweetest poems ever writ- have been. through the years, none- er iasttuifl'We Sun fbars, judging
an In any tongue. Indeed, it is a mat- of his fellow creatures know. They
S of grave doubt whether any Bg- are only known to God. Blessed with from the ttedance at the re-
*Al writer has ever surpassed the superior intellect, and possessed of cent meeting held in this city, is not
j-e dreamer of the Rnglith church- rare Christian graces of life and char.- yet tully appreciated, but the time will
90. Oliver Goldsmith's "Deserted acter. this man would have in many come when the-se meetings will be full!
V Ke'" deserves to rank with "Gray's ways been a model preacher of God's of this class of people, and these min-
fC' and so does "The Raven," but word, but he has crushed the gift that dustries, which form a part of the
utfer of these immortal poems can God implanted in his heart, until now. backbone of the country, will be great-j
etf to surpass the "Elegy," and if I approaching the decreptitude of age, ly enhanced, through the practical
W to sit in judgment in the case, I he feels ashamed to give the husks suggestions gained by thim.
mi] accord to the "Elegy" the trot of an almost finished life to his Lord. The purpose of the farmers" ini.1
pk among all the shorter poems of And thus life's buds tor him may nev. tutes, whAch are held throughout the.
m- ngUshb speaking world, er bloom, and they are fading intostate, is to educate ithe farmer, fruit;
f '(Gray's Elegy- there appears dust and ashes while he yet argues gTower and stockman to something
t*i St : and meditates and hesitates concern-' practical and ecientiflo-something, to
PVni mamy a gem of purest ray se- ing the call that solemnized his youtl> use the expresson. which w li cause
e, fl years. two blades to grow where only onei
7%e dark, unfathomed eaves of I used to think, in my study of the grew before, and when the.e points
e beary Scriptures, that the gift of the Holy* are learned and put into practice, thet
P"B many a flower is born to blush Ghost was some mysterious infilling farmer and the country will be better
ncoof the Spirit that migh- come intooff-
And waste itc sweetness on the des- the life to endue the heart for service. ; It is gratifying to note ;hat. of thx>se-

ert air."
The poet here is speaking of flow-
-, that have bloomed, but they
Iled in the desert. My song
uwaften in pathetic prose, is the song
of the flowers that never came tc
Momn. It were something for tht
power to bloom-even if It burst into
s full-orbed life in desert wilds. It
y have been that its fragrance was
uhumipated on the dese-rt air. and that
Hs sweetness never became immortal
by thrilling or inspiring any other
ife, but. thank God. the flower bloom-
ed, and lived out its fully developed
day of life be-fore- it faded inr) death
-d closed its pe:als and its leaves to
bMoom immniortal on soeni. fairer shore.
I would count i" almost sacrile-ve to
-|hange a word in the stanza I have
quoted. and I would not presume to do
so. even if armed with the highest as-
-rance of poetic license, but I ve.n-
ftre to adapt it as a vehicle in which
le express the thought that animates
my heart. With this apology to the
imlful English poet, let me write i!

F u! many a gem uf purest ray se-
The dark. unfathonimed caves of
ocean bear;
Vall many a bud is born to die un-
Aad never bloom to full fruition

The flower that never bloomed is
tM flower that excites our heartfelt,
tbrful sympathy. Not long ago it
-a mine to conduct the funeral of
e of the sweetest buds that ever
- born to mortal sphere. She was
jst past thirteen years of age when
Am fell disease fastened itself upon
Mr frame. The bud of her gentle life
M swelling fast, soon to burst into
grlous womanhood. But this bless-
M was never to be hers. In God's
-- mysterious providence her earth-
F life war destined to find its untime-
I end, and the bud that was so fair
Md promised such a glorious fruition
f it came to bloom, drooped and
Awithered, and the life that was. and
M greater life that was to be. ended
4M earth to begin anew in heaven. It
W one of the saddest funerals I ever
S esed As these lines are penned.
I 4a see the gentle, peaceful face of
IN anel child, sweet and tranquil
IN its last earthly rest, but I have not
v"ed, sand cannot solve, the mystery
4 the undeveloped flower. We may
-nt know here, but the blessed Savior
4sMd: "We shall know hereafter.'"
I know another life which physical-
ly budded into bright and glorious
boom. This one lived to become a
beutiful and accomplished woman.
Mhe married. She became the mother
ef children. She bravely took up life's
duties. and bravely she has borne
life's burdens The all-loving Father
knows that her burdens have been
many. and while her physical life blos-
Domed into the height of wifely glory
and maternal splendor, her real life

Beyond a doubt this is one meaning who did attend the rec:-n; metin, :
of God's gracious promise, but there here, the great major ty w.re of the ,
is another one. The gift of the Holy energetic, ambitious nature. Thr-y M
Spirit is God's gift also to each Chris- appreciated the benefits which miiiht S
tian to do some special work. In the b- derived from rh- advice o: such
case of this good friend of mine, God's prominent speakers as, thos-- ;n ,-hare, S
igilt was a call to preach, but he has of the arrangements Mndu(c-ed ', cori A
despised that call. and his gift has here, and one .arm: r.-iaed to the
withered and died. falling in upon it- Sun thit i, wa. !h' n't, :,en,-ticial
self and never blooming into hifull frux- nm,.ig. of an-, k-n' he h. i -,h! -r -
tion in his Christian life.. (1h. brother. 'ended. because i- waste io,. n,-.l to a,-
if God has endowned you with any .sTs him : pr.ducin n;, ",, 'ib th, S,
,gift in His gracious cause, let the samfe amount of energy and labor, aud j [
dews of he-aven sanctify and fructify that he In .nd,-(1 i, cart? oit hhe iin,. l
this bud.. that it may flow,-r into tht a- st ', "- ",* .- ,:.*.... :-
highest usefulness of whLich your litf, wheOrli hn is capable. Bi-.d Is the man that \\ hi:. A C.:a ,.,;,' .,- ,.,.- '
hears and,! h.,eeds old's s cal. in his t,,-r of i ,r --Yv, a;, ;( -': :.-'
youthful years i<.s T If iv.- all of ia-. who I T r,... i .1 .' .
str.ength of his l:fe, ',T "he rvic#. Of -i',r rrar-ie't :c:n,>, ;. i *h.-; ar, I
the Kirlg. .-rar", al ;. c pa- ., .
Ano'h,-r word an,] I an;, .im Whar t y---her. .. iiuh ro h,- :.-r!,.-N a" | t
is to become of the trids tha- n,-v r h-s.- in.ti' ut,-.-. Mu('-h l(r 7ht. pro-
bloomn My anImwr i That e n. ..v- f2r I TO :,-a:l. ian: :1 for1(r
hope that t .-y shall !,lorn n hea- the f-l".w who ;s :rai"inti- ai i JI
ven. The earthly life o ,f the, sw-eet Ih- 'ant, old w.i. o: :.n, hins,;f
(child that closed so -sadlly is bloom-an! hi ick t ',i-a b h. .'h r'-suits
ing this day in the peace!ta h,,oe of m,,u t harn a scan: liv:n
God. We may take To our aching Th Suin ",s .gla' to it'- :h.- :, ,res.t
hearts Sir Blulw,-r I.httoi >. words- ,.ing manifest!.d by the iro ressiv,-
farmer W\ are al-o ]lad ito note that -
intucretockipn tat d .A.partmntdeote oC
"Th-re is no d-ath--he ,a r:- o su 'h ,o('kkmen as N A ('allison and T
down S. H. (;aitskill are taking such a deep, L4
To rise upon some fai-rz' shore., interest in that d,-partment devotee to1
And bright in heaven. jewele-d cattle-rai lng. as both these gentlemen
crown. have spent large sums of money in I
They shine forever more.-' fine cattle, in an effort to bring the O K
'And ever near us. though unsen. standard of cattle up to a UIgh cdsa iOKR C ta
The dear immortal spirits tread. and through their influence and'the! ... #
For all the boundless I'niverse influence of other prominent cattle-
I life--there are no dead." men. it is reasonable to believe that
(he scrubby f1at-woods cattle will' I
The dear woman wost-e life has eventually diminish, and in their place i
be-en bound in shallows and in mis- will be those of a much, higher grade!
series beyond her strength, will. when and breeding, M
life's work is done. find bounteous But we should not be d <(ouratzed
room ?or the expansion of ner noble at the poor attendance at the ;aat THE FLORIDA BAPTIST ORPHAN-
soul in her home at God's right hand. meeting, for the reason that the in- AGE
And the preacher that stopped his statute was held at a season when
ears when God's voice called, may be thooe most deeply interested were T
permitted to preach in some other sin- busy preparing their stands. for their tIhe following is a report of te a p-
cursed world alter he has been sub- coming crop. tTet rare f at Arcadie. Fla..
limited in the crucible of death. Prof. P. H. Rolfs and asist There are fifty-three children in the
Thank God for the hope of heaven who have been working faithfully for Three hundred dollars are needed
and for the promise that all we have the success of the Institute through- monthly for current expenses.
loved and lost down here may be lov- out the State should be commended nt o-or ri tue
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ed and rouna up irntre. L1et us -t true ior imhAr enorts, Which.

in the end,

and faithful to life's end, even pitying are going to prove of great benefit
the flowers that never bloomed, but and profit to those who have the
trusting the loving heart of God to energy to attend the meetings and
vouchbsaftp to us the privilege of find- take advantage of the opportunities
ing our loved and lost when life's fit- suggested by men who know their
ful day is done.-J.. B Cranfill in Bap- business along practical and scien-
tist Standard. tific liins.-Gainesville Sun.

nearing completion. The upper story
is for the boys' dormitory and the
lower for our school room. We
have, perhaps, enough money in hand
to complete this.
The foundation of the brick sanita-
rium has been laid, but we have no
money with which to carry on the

BERLAIN'8S COUGH REMEDY very much needed. We ask for mo
Mrs. E. D. Charles of Harbor. Me.. ey to complete it.
You will pay just as much for a hot- speaking of Electric Bitters, says: "It We have our own school, taught I
tie of Chamberlain's Cough Remedy is a neighborhood favorite here with e O e b tche tht
as for any of the other cough medi-!us." It deserves to be a favorite ev- one of the best teachers in the stat
cines. but you save money in buying erywhere. It gives quick relief to dys- We are giving these children ve
it. The saving is in what you get, not pepsia, liver complaint, kidney de- nearly ten mouths in the school root
what you pay. The sure-to-cure-you !rangement, malnutrition, nervousness, besides regular training in work. ar
quality is in every bottle of this rem-. weakness and general debility. Its
edy, and you get good results when action on the blood, as a thorough pu-' right living, so that they may tal
you take it. Neglected colds often de-.rifler makes it especially useful as a their places :n the world as hones
velop serious conditions, and when spring medicine. This grand alterna- honoraLl"-i mn and w<,mn.n prepare,
you buy a cough medicine you want tive tonic is sold under guarantee. at i
to be sure you are getting one that '.ydings & Co's. drugstore. 50c. InDia 'n(V u sf(ul lifn
will cure your cold. Chamberlain's W' '.''! iltof-"v arid pi',vi.ins.
Cough Remedy always cures. Pric*- JOHN L. EDWARDS }1 \1 tIEAN. Supt
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Weekly Jacksonville Time-U'ni oe yelr $1.Z50
a-Week New York World, one year ...... V1.65
Atlanta Constitution, one year............-$1.75
Semi-Weekly Journal, one year .......... $17

TIlE ()'CALA WEEKLY BANNER and The 4'om-
noner (W. J. Bryan's 'apejr,) one year. ..$1.50
TIlE O('AI.A \EEKI.Y BANNER and The Toledo
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March 7th.

Boys Suits and

patters .............. .$1.19 up
$5 Blue Serge Suits, al sizes .. .$3.49
$3.50 B)ys' Suits in Fancy Worsteds
and Serge. .All sizes.......$2.49
$2.50 Boys' Buster Brown Suits in
Fancy and Solid Colors......$1.89

$1 Boys' All Wool Pants
Solid Patterns... ..
75c. Boys' Pants.. ...
50c. Boys' Pants .. .
$3.50 Boys' Fancy Gray
to 14 years.........
Boys' Reefers at cost.
Boys' Wash Suits.....

in Fancy and
... ... .69c
... .... 49c
. ...... 36c
Overcoats, 5
.. .. $223
... .... 49c

Mens Overcoats

$12.50 Men's

Rain and Cravenette

Ceats. the latest styles....... $8.98
$10 Men's Long Overcoats ......$6.48
$5 Men. Pants in Blue and Black

Serge or Fancy... .. ... ..
$3.50 Pants............ ...
$2 Pants..................
$3.50 Men's Corduroy Pants..

. $1.23
. $2.49

Odd lot of Men's $2.50 and $3 Pants

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The above are mostly in large sizes.

Mens Suits

$15 Men's Suits, Black, Blue and Fan-
cy patttms ...... .. .. $8.98
$12.50 Men's All Wool Fancy or Solid

Color Suits..

S. .$7.98

$10 Men's Suits, greatest value on

earth, at.


$6.50 Men's Suits in Fancy and Solid

Colors, all sizes, now
$7.50 Men's Suits. all


S4zes, now
. $4.98

Odd Coats, all kinds, Solid or Fancy

No Continuance

Sale Closes


March 7th.









61 Cents



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Men's Shirts

and Underwear

Men's 65c. Heavy Fleeced Lined Undershirts and Drawers.
Sale price................. .. ... ...... ..... 39c
White Wool Undershirts and Drawers for men, worth $1.50.
Sale price ... ... ... ... .. .... ... ... ... . 89c
Men's Balbriggan Shirts and Drawers, 35c. values. .Sale
price . .... . ..... ... .. .... .. .. 19c
Men's Balbriggan Shirts and Drawers, regular 60c. values.
Sale price . ... .. . .. ... .. ... ..... 39c
Men's Negligee and Fine Dress Shirts. $1.25 values. .Sale
price . . ... . ... .. . .. ... .. .. -89c


$1.50 Ladies' Underskirts....


$1.00 Ladies' Underskirts . . . . ... .. ...... 79c
75c. Night Gowns...... .......... ....... .. 48c
$1.00 Night Gowns......... .... .... .. ... ....79c
35c. Ladies' Corset Cover ........ ..... ... ...21c
50c. Ladies' Corset Cover .... ......... .. .39c
35c. Ladies' Drawers... ......................21c
50c. Ladies' Drawers ... 39c
35c. Fleeced Undershirts and Drawers .. 19c
*8c. Summer Vests. Gauze. at .. .... 9c
Lace Curtains at cost.
$3.00 pair at................. . ..... .. .... 0


One lot of nice White Wash Waists, nicely trimmed and
finished, $1.25 values. .Sale price......... .......69c
White Waists, handsomely trimmed with Lace and Em-
broidery. new .arrivals, good .$2.25 values. ..Sale
price....... ...... ... ......... ...... ...... $1.19
$6.50 Silk Waists, all colors............... ...... ..$4.98
All Winter Waists at cost.





has long ago
established a
reputation for
Bargain Giving
not equaled
(quality considered)
During this Sale
the merchandise
at prices
to be sold at
will be sufficient
proof that the
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Dress Goods

$1.50 36-inch Heavy Weight, Guaranteed Taffeta 98c
$1 36-inch Light Weight Taffeta, all colors 89c
$1 Plaid Silk, all colors, new 59c
50c. China Silk, Plaid, all colors .29c
$1 38-inch China Silk in all colors 69C
75c. 36-inch China, all colors ... .. . 49c
$1.50 Embroidered China Novelty Silk for making Waists

and W aist Fronts.. .... ... ...........
25c. Dotted Swiss, large and small dots........
$1.50 56-inch Chiffon Panama, in Blue, Black, B
Plaids at... ... ... ... .... . .
White Serge, for summer wear..........
75c. White Brilliantines, now..........
$1.25 Gray Flannel, light weight novelties
25c. White Madras, suitable for Waists .
25c. Silk Mulls, all colors and shades ... .
15c. M ulls, all colors. . .. . .. .
40-inch Lawns ........ .. .....
Outing Flannels at cost.
15c. 36-inch Sea Island Percales
-0c. Amoskeag Gingham ...
36 inch Bleaching............
Yard Wide Yellow Homespun ...
8c. Calicoes ...... . .. ..
6c. Calicoes ... . .. .
10 yards to customer.
'Oc. Figured Lawn............

Irown and
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6 3-4c
6 1 -2c

Ladies' and Men's Shoes
Men's $1.50 Shoes, a Soid Leather Shoe ..$1.19
Misses' Vici Kid Shoes, Blucher Cut, Upper, Correct Shape.
$2.00 values. .Sale price........... ... .. ..... .. $1.24
Ladies' Vici Kid. Blucher Lace Shoes, $2.25 values. .Sale
price. ... ...... ........ ... ............ $1.38
Ladies' Patent Colt and Patent Vici Shoes, new ani popu-
lar shapes, $3.50 values. .Sale price........... $2.49
Ladies' Hand-Made $4.0 Shoes. Patent Kid and Patent Colt
Leathers. Sale price............... ... ......$2.98
$2.00 Ladies' Gray Opera Oxfords................$1.48
$4.00 Men's Black and Tan Oxfords. now .. $2.98

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T,s Week.
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Wt s G" en to the Land of the!
OvrMa and Grapefruit
Wrt McCall of Ndud is shipping
-n o fne beams.
A lgret ,aany beam are being ship-
a t out of Jewnsn.
futll shipments of strawrrrief- are
beft made from Stark,
The rel,-ry fie', a.KiWT llT.I.and ar"
V udncing atlund;anf (ro,-. ai;l aa rin
se 'v r .^rlown
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Cb*ir ( r,p- T",l,aT('! -- <- ',,i:: .: '1, .',
=41d sho-Oi w.;,
Thbe S .-alm raTd- A:r !.ir. i. :,.'.ilrir ;.
abed 44,xl1'" a iLawT.-yV to fa.li!;at-.
Ibe handling ,I! 'ho- :,rawr,.rry 'r( T"hre ar,- a number tf h-avy ,,s'raw-
bry thippers al Plant City. R. [Dan-;
b shipped 1.g, quari. one day la:"
Quile an acreage of beans. potaToes
mad otio-r v-getabl.s has been planted
by the farmt-rs around San Mat.o thi:s
The past w'-.k4 ha-,- tb.,.n vcry favor I
able in lkSotto county for growing:
alops. and growe-rs art- f-,-ling veryv,
much enrourag,-d.
At Miakka. in tho- ManaTe s,-tin,
Oe orang-e grv-.s are t.*innri: < i
bloom and th. pro-j cT- foTr a f:i
erop wpr- n',v'-r better.
Ptneapples arm in fine condi'ip,n at'
tumrt and sh'pmtnts are being rra'ec
nearly every day Ther- was a r Pd
early winter crop.
The Trickers" Associaion of S,. PW-
tersburg met last wee-k and d'<:<.id
to ship only the best of ev. rything and
will use labels a- a uaran-,- of ex-
F. J Hammon of Hawthorn. r;,r-.
bis orange grove a.- being loaded within
bloom buds. The orange groves in
that section are looking wo1l air.d a
birge crop is expected.
Strawberry shipment, ar. vtrv !,-a
vy from Starke now. La-t y-ar Brad-
IWd county received ne-arly $0.',''.,",",i
9 her berry cnrop. and many think
Ibat this year will exceed last.
Thore are about 4-, or fifty acres of
Sue lettuce under canvas at Gai.-s-
VTlle. About one-third has been ship-
ped and the remainder of rhe er p is i
not yet quite ready to be moved j
A great many prospective truck,
barm purchasers have been looking
evr property at Titusville. Plenty of!
liery and early gardening have be*n
I1oWn without the costly irrigation
which makes Titusville an idal .riiok i
ftuiug country i
St. Lucle county, which is the only !
lmunty on the east coast represented
at the state fair at Tampa. has a fine
tplay of pineapples, mostly of the
red Spanish variety. The grapefrdit
meat from St Lucie are as fine as art
to be see nanywhere.
Twenty-five cars of lettuce '.'ere
kipped from Center Hill dr nne "he
past six weeks by .1 Q D. an H i
A. Smith. C F. Venahl, and M.Ic'.i
Archibald. Heavy crop-s of bean. :"(-

Matoes. cucumber-,. watern:&eons i'
qmataloupts are now being p'aTnt-
Parso-An &- Parrarnore~s -ol-a1
thrm near PlanCty(r'cu,~sf '
see* of celery and lettuce Th! '.- fr-:
is operated under a *horou-,-I-,~
Iane-d that irrigation i- n-'i'
swc*t," ~Tht-' arye 111, in t *'
To g~-u iide-a
City anti The ~ir'n:n
doing ill~at.~h ~ &I
vis. %N~nite-1rv ',
for he-, h, 'piwr-,.. ax ~ a%, *
the W p s Wf tw Iek-. 2 -' 1 "( -.7 !- k
berries pver (!'a-,An,! e~vtr -'
for ea,.h on Th. lpa!,furnm -N.
Prodluce Ne'us



I 10 hoesale Grocers
400- 0




.-" Having moved our entire wholesale business into
S'our warehouse on North Osceola street, where we

__ have better shipping facilities on both the A. C. L.

_- and S. A. L. railways, we are now prepared to

Handle the wholesale trade in better shape than ever

"- before, and we solicit inquiries from dealers any#

-'- where in Florida, assuring them that we can offer
I prices to compare with anyone s anywhere

" Among a few of the latest arrivals we note

"- Baltimore Penny Candies,







w Great Southern Department Mixed Candies in Tubs.

--- Checker Pop-Corn in Cases.

do.- Armour's "Veribest" Canned Meats,

- Full Line of the Famous Royal Scarlet Goods,

S-Smoking and Chewing Tobaccos, and Cigars.

it Flavoring Extracts in Several Grades,

So Big Line of Salmon of the Beast Packs,

W-- Hay. Grain and Feed Stuffs.

Z Ze o (0itIn (eusood (^lipwhur