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 6, 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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Holding Location: University of Florida
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_.vl .................. --tt t< ~Mrs. Mote, Mrs. Hocker and Mrs. Du- List of Dead of Marion Camp, No. 56,
^ t val Give Charmingly Originai U. C. V.
SReception Agnrw, Jas. A., Co. H, 7th Fla.
T ^P4 NISS t 7~..Ann,-w. -.a-Ir. Sam-iel, Home Guards.-,
Sl lSean aless.O Three of Oca]a's most talented ma- n.-. tr. a, o, H *, -h uar
A Armstrong. D. M., Co. H, 7th Fla.
SY ,,, ,,, < trons. who are sisters, entertained Atkinson. J. H. D., Co. A. 2nd Ga.
1 AH ot VW water Bags !'Thursday afternoon at one of the clev- Date of death. 19(C.
H oa er B g s erest parties ever given in Ocala in Badger. Col. Edward. 4tb Fla.
a X J compliment to thr(e attractive visit- Barrett, J. E., Harris Ga. Eattery.
Sore, Mrs. W. A. Collier of Tuscaloosa, Blackman. John. Co. G, 7th Fla.
Srl p 4 -Ala.. Miss Lillie Goldnamer and Miss Blair, J. M.. Co. C. 33rd Ala.
F o roU la m O rnSyringes Amanda Harris, both of Elizabeth- Bullard. A. M., Co. C. 20th N. C.
Fo n ayrn r H o town, Ky. Bush. M. D., Co. F, 10th Fla.
s_.____ M o. rs. Hocker and Mrs.i Bridges, C. H., Co. B. 22nd Ga.
S-- -- .- --- Duval gave their party at the home Bullock. General Robert. Date of
SX -- of Mrs. Hocker on Oklawaha avenue, death, July 27. 1905.
~t n,,t,,A ,,f ,A n. | The lower floor of this lovely home Britt, T. B, 4th S. C. Cav.

Postoff ice Drug Store. I and it was simply lovely in its decor- of death, April 28, 1907.
II !+_ was oP:nd nsut fl't'o the vis!itors Brown, iE.iF.. Co.G 9+,0.th Fla Date.

Stations. All of the rooms were fra- Bridges, C. H.. B, 22nd Ga. Bat. Art.
StPr _c options -epnnred Properlyv grant with great jars of plum blos- Barrett. T. F.. Co. F. 47thb Ga.
~ = ~ = nr' u "= --r J soms and bowls of orange blossoms. Carney, John L., Capt. Co. D, 11th
S i Mrs. Hocker was in the front hall Tenn. Cavalry. Date of death, Dec..
-- f fI and received her guests very inform- 1907.
Sally. Standing with her was Mrs. Col- Cook. R. H.. '33rd Ala.
Shlier and Mrs. Sidney Haile, who is a: Cauthen. W. F.. Co. A. 50th Ala.
cousin of the Hocker family. In the Crawford. Li4ut. T. D., Co. B, 26th
Mrs. F. L. Livingston, who owns,
Loc and PerSOal i iear of the hall, at a daintily set table, Ga.
Property at Silver Springs Park and Russian tea and wafers were served. Clary. Capt. T. J.. Co. F. 1st S. C.
Bishop Weed confirmed a class of is a guest at the Ocala House. went Mr:. \ n H,1od and Mrs. Charles Date of dearh. Sept. lS!t.
twenty at St. Augustine last Sunday. down yesterday to inspect it and has Rhetnal,:r. [. o hostesses of two of the Coreloro. Capt. John. Co. C, 1st S. C.
returned to the city. She says things iue-si (,f honor, poured the tea. which! Date of d ath. Feb. 10. 1S91.
Uue Plank's Chill Tonic, 25c. per out there look quite desolate, but that was passed to the gueo.is by Mrs. i Crown. Naihan. Columbus Armory.
bottle; guaranteed. Sold by all drug- Ocala is such a pretty little city. so C('lharle-, l.'y: and Mr- .i John Ta:. io.' collinss J M.. Co B. R ;t. S. C.
gists. x much prettier than she expected to o otf the season's brides. Critchfi(d. \. B.. Co. G. 7th Fla.
find it, that it makes up for any short- The originality of th," rihree hostess- Dickinson. Capt. .1.. Co. H. 2nd
Mr. Geo. R. McKean. who has a comings of the Park. Mrs L..vin.sron -s wa: evilenced ;n v.:-y particular Fla. Cavalry.
quick eye for business, went down to spends several month.- every winter of 'tis clever i:1i Cl.'ightful affair, Dupre. Capt. J. C.. (Co. E. 2nd Fla.
Tampa Monday to place orders in in Cuba. and she say- that she will which was ,ti ,v different from anyi Dunn. John F.. Co. H. 7th Fla.
te rebuilding of Ybor City. -top over in tcala n-xt winter for a oth,-r part-. .,vr tiwn in Ocala. Dunn. H. B. ('Co. H. 7th Fla.
longer stay. She was a former sob- in tl:e '.,lr Mr. Mote. Miss Gold- Dillaberry. F. J.. Co. C. 1st Fla.
Mr. Ben Rheinauer. the expert buy- scriber of this paper, and remmlr-, n,-rner. i .- .\Amand IHarris and Mrs. Driggers. .Jas. A.. Co. H, 9th Fla.
erit with a forMr. C. Rheinauer, who hagreat deal of pleasure. I)avis if Co(uliumbus. Ohio, received. Davis. G. H.. Co. E. 45th Ga.
In New York for several weeks, has -- Tt's ri.,:, in a,!diti(cn to the flowers, Dupree. E. D.. Martin's Battery.
returned H purchases will soon Mr. M. Fishel. one of Ocala's oldtest was otma inten, w 'h immense heads Dupree. L. T., Martn's Battery.
follow him. merchants. will leave in a few days of cabbage in ctit glass bowls, and the Dupree. I.. D.. Co. G. 7th Fla.
for New York on a purclaing ,'r t:In'' ,v, l:., v.ith. h!ads of r,- Dnman, W\V. C.. Co. B, 3oth Ala.
Mr. Adam Rou of Reddick was He is gradually enlarging his bui ,u .LI srs prsy. Th din- Edards A. J.. Co. C 2nd Fla. Ca.
amon th thong f vsitrs o Ocla 1 _ep 11,1sprgs f prs!. y. The dill-' Edw-ards. A. J.. Co. C, 2nd Fla. Car.
among the thro o vistoroand expects to buy a nice stock of ing room iuantI and sideooard were Enicks. J. B., 29th Ga.
Tuesday. At the age of S3 he isstl
sday. At the age o es s spring and summer good! also banld vwiih lettuce and parsley.' Etbridgp. W. N.
looking hale and vigorous. He be- Mr. E. D. Boyer of Boartiman re!,re- while the atab!e was the cleverest rep-1 Evans. Capt. XV. D., S. C. Cav. Date
logs to the Marion county pioneers, sented his beautiful section in Ocila presentation of a little Dutch gairdui of death. March, 1899.
Mr. and Mrs. Sam Rawls, who have Friday. Speaking of th-t boy ,of hi. imaginable. There were rows of pars-i Fox, Wm., Co. K, 1st S. C.
ben residents of Ocala for the past whose birth was announced in the'- ly, radi(shi,-. beans, etc. and in the; Finr-ley. Gen. J. J., Finley's Brigade.
liv or six years, left yesterday for columns some days ago. h e says t corners we l patches of violets, whili Fogg, D. J.. Co. H, 7th Fla.
Jacksonville where they will in future little fellow is a fine one. andi if en- several siall plumi trees in full bloom Fort, Robt., Co. H, 7th Fla.
jacksonville, where they will in future,
tered at the baby ;how at Jacksonville also adorned this garden. Gretchen. Fort. Allen, Co. H, 7th Fla.
reside. %ill be a prize winner. Mr. Boyer a pretty German doll, presided over Frederick, A. H. R., Surgeon Hil-
Mr. W. A. Finley, who is a member says that the orange gr:)ves ii: his see- this gard' n. and irom her exprv.sion Hlard's Ala. Legion.
of the Banner's "Legion of Honor." t;on promise a tig crop for next sea- she must hav, b )en very proud )i" h- r, Fant. Valentine. Co. G, 9th Fla.
was in to see us Monday. and re-en- n handiwork. Fripp. W S., Co. B. 4th S. C. Cav.
rolled in the Ocala Banner's growing In furtherance of ?the vegetable Fowler. John D.. 2nd Fla. Reserves.
of subscribersfrins f onel Altrus scheme "a vegetable game occoid Flretcher. Wn m. I.. ('apt. Co. G, 4th
army o u.Vogt and Dr R. R. Snowden were the time of the guests most pleasantly Fla.
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Mrs. Wycliffe DeHaven, who expect- pltase( to I. se tnim on our streert- on
ed to return to her home at Clover- Thursday aft.rnon. |Borth vrrtlo.,.
port, Ky., last Wednesday. prolonged are looking well andi ar- in hnoyan?
her visit until yesterday. Mrs. DeHa-' spirits. Th* y art, aconj: nie.i I', .
yen has spent the winter here with Mr Smith. and w ill d*rwnt to ';.li
her sister. Mrs. Howard Clark. ot te bis morning andl iitsn a p r
6ody of phospha'v lan-<. (n O ,. .
Mr. C. Adkins. traveling auditor for they have an option. Those ^,,i,,i
the Seaboard Air Line railway, was men are extremely -h)tinmistic nIi, ]-
in Ocala yesterday, checking Mr. WV. a rift in theo cloud.. .xi'i-h w\vill i
W. Condon. the old up-town ticket' thm in bertpr shape thdn timni'.-)'-
agent. out. and Mr. W. H. Wilson. the tune placed them wh\ 1 h, v ^; diY
pew agent, in. Mr. Wilson has been covyred(1 ph)osphate i;i li.n with the Seaboard for about a year which set the whee's )f ptY-,.-t ,-tv in
and is a very popular young man. motion and produced a revolution inll
our financial and commercial affairs
Mr. and Mrs. Pierre Bealer have and brought good cheer to so o many
moved to Washington. D. C.. from At- homes. Everybody will be rejoiced
lanta, Ga.. Mr. Bealer having been to know that these d l,.rving. men ;ir'
made general manager of the South- again to fathom the con(l! 'ls of rli-h
ern Pacific tea and coffee stores in famous horn of )plenty.
that city. Mrs. Bealer is pleasantly
known here as Miss Eruestine Brum ALEXANDER-MORRISON

for half an hour or more. It was a
Pretty ;it; t ,' ) of "'Mr Indian tCorn"!
and "-Vis-. H-.;n. aand in e-very lino or
two were s;ak e.- to bI( -ilied( out with
the natm< ,ef- g ard( n vg-&Tab+e.s. Sonm,
of the guests proved to be vory apl:
gardeners, j:(dug by tihe quickn, ss (t
thjir answers.
Ti. re \er. no lprizes given, btbt
quite a n,;mIb,'r filled in ,vt ry s'a.c,,
correctly, an1, the i1s. ing in thi.
ContIst pro\ 'd i,) be :'un for the iaL"s
wtho wor t, ;llI)l'taly ,-atted in The
re'- 'p ion ha1lc, arl-or anId diIing,*
room. In the library a lovely little:
canary bird was in its very happiest!
mood and its warblings and thrills
were -hoard throughout the afternoon.
The rfreshntents served were like-
wi-,e it; ke+ping with the vegetable
:c'hmite. The first course included

Gibbons. Jlas. I.. (Co. E. 10th Fla.
Coin, A. S., Martin's Battery.
(G;ibson. C. T.. Co. E. 2nd Fla. Date
of ,death. Sept. 1. 19,)7.
Gwvnn. E. A.. Co. P. 5th Fla.
Golding. H. H Co. G, 7th Fla.
G(;ary. Capt. S. M. G.. Co. (, 9th Fla
(;ar.v. Dr. T. P.. Surgeon.
Ti(!'.zens. H. H., Co. K. 9th Fla.
Havis. Capt. J. .1.. (Co. 14th Ala.
Harris. W. HIf.. Co. (. 7ih Fla.
Hog.an Danie-l, .Martin's Battery.
lHo-an. Reubin, -arrin's Battery.
Hogan. Jackson. Co. E, 2nd Fla.
Hamilton. John A.
Holly, W. B., Co. CG, 4th Fla.
Hood. T. W., Co. A. ll1th Ga.
Howard. Jas. H., N. C. Date of
Oeath. 1906.
Halford. J. H.. Co. E. 'rd S. C. Cav.
Harvey. WV. T.. 1st Fla. Reserves.

grpen peas and chicken aspic, celery D,'1, of death. l!oot;.
and nut salad, pinmeonto and cream Johnson. L.. E.. Capt. Co. D, 2nd Ky.
i-he,. sawdwic'hes and tiny red radl- Cav.

1 a re re Br o sv le ai -h .."_ z -, & A VA%. & 0 IA&%A La"j 4:" L"% i ,, ",Vr.
Married in Brooksville. at the re- ihes. The second course was orange Jones. Geo. \V.. Ala. Reserves.
We regret t3 learn that Mr. and Mrs. dence of the bride, on Tuesday even- 'heret and chocolate cream, seved .hnson J. H. Capt. C. 2nd Fla.
^^ -11* ^,^^-,** i*- .. ,, . herbet and chocolate cream, served Johnson. J. H.. Capt. Co. E. 2nd Fla,
T. E. Bridges will give up their resi- ing. February 25. 141S. Mrs A. R. in miniature flower pots. In the bot- ohnson, Cornolis A., 's S. C
- i 1 ^ T^.* '^ T .. nmntr oe os ntebt Johnson, Cornelius A., Orr's S. C'.
deuce tn OcaU and will reside in Jack- Alexander to Dr. D. P. Morrison. byv tom of the pot was the sherbet cover- Rifles.
woville. The removal of the main of- Judge G. V. Ramsey. all of Brooks- t
. e Ao-.c Ar'^tho ,, ^. *i- 3 ed with the chocolate cream (repre- Inmdsey, XV. \V., Co. A, 1st Ala.
flees of Messrs. S. A. Rawls & Co.. the ville. This was a quiet home wedding P w t ,. . Lindse, N W, C A
covc le srom.A cala to. tha- il dhi a Ariu h. w n senting earth) and standing upright in, leitner, J. D., Martin's Battery.
convict lesees, from Ocala to Jack---no cards..-Brooksville Argus.,0 .0. h W 2. .,.o,,nnr .,0ceh n.c. i v., a. lo T.A

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SA bank's character is and should be determined
Sby the standing and ability of its officers and
^ directors. They must be men who have been
IL successful in their own affairs and give careful
Attention to the bank's affairs.
{ The long banking experience of each of the
officers o the Munroe & Chambiss Bank and
: the good standing of its directors, area reasons
for the high character and sound judgment
* which has marked all of the bank's transact

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McClure, R. L, Co. C, 2nd Fla. Dare Editor McKenzie of the Pa a
of death, 1896. Herald is a candidate for re-lectb
odott1e.legislature. editor Rumf a
McConnell, S. D., Co. G. 7th Fla. to the at Edtor Rlagiltl h
Date of death, June 20, 1889. had enough and belevws says that he hM
had enough and belleveix that he C=a
Morris, H. L. Date of death. 1896. accomplish more good by editing bft
Morton. B. W. paper.
Perry, J. S., Co. 1i. 7th Fla.
Peacock, Willis. Co. A. 2nd Fla. Cav.
Peterson. M., Co. D, 62nd Ala. PROFESSIONAL CARDS
Perry, P. W., 9th Fla. 'W. H. POWERS, M. D.
Priest, Geo.. Co H, Ist Fla. Re- i
Pooser, F. D., Co. H, 1st Fla. Infan- -_
try. Date of death, Sept. 28, 1907. Office Tonyge Block.
Priest, Gabriel. Co. B. 2nd Fla. OCALA, FLORIDA
Cav. Date of death, Nov., 1905
Perrv, Thos. J., Martin's Battery. E. W. DAVIS.
Rou. S. F., Capt. 2nd Fla. Cav. -
Reynolds. Joseph, A., Capt. Co. A. ATTORNZT AT LAW
18th Ga. Battery. -
Roberts, N. 0., Co. L, .th Ala. Gary Block.
Reeves. W. M., Co. 1. 15th Ala. OCALA, FLORIDA
Rou, M. H., Co. F, 2nd Fla. Cav. -
Date of death, 1908. R. D. FULLER.
Smedley, Robt., Co. E, 59th Ga. DNTISiT.
Date of death, April, 1900. Over Munroe & C amblW BI k
Smith, Thos. OCALA, PI&FLOD
Scarborough, H. J., Co. K, 45th Ga.
Smoot, B. F., Co. F, Crescent, La., J. E. CHACE, D. D. S.
Sparkman, L. M. D., 7th Fla.
Regt. DUTIT.
Sutton, J. B., Co. F, 7th Tenn.
Stone, S. C., Capt. Co. F, 2nd Tenn. Holder Block.
Car. OCALA. -
Smith, R. H., 1st Fla. Reserves. ___
Thomas, Charles, Co. C, 7th Fla.-
Date of death, March 1. 1904. Kodak PiCtr es DeO M
Teague, S. W., S. C. Military Ca-
dets. Date pt death, Sept. 1905. We take pleasure in caring yow
Terrell. J. E.. Co. E, 4th. La. Cav. attention to the excellent line of Kgi
Turnley. Marcellus, Co. K, 1st Ky. dak Pictures we are supplying OT
Ca". patrons with and by means of our IM
Trantham. W. P., Co. C, 1st Fla. experience in kodak developing aa
Cav. printing, together with the use of oaly
Walters, John W., Co. G, 7th Fla. the purest of chemicals, velox papw
Da', of death, 1904. and a most thorough washing proceM,
Wright, Robt. G., Major 27th Ala. which enable mus to guarantee pertaft
Date of death, 1907. satisfaction and permanent resultL.
White. A. J., Co. G, 7th Fla. Date of Our prices are lowest when point of
dleath. 19'07. [quality is considered, as pictures e
Whit(-. ,ad, Thadpus, Co. G, :3rd N printed at 3 l-2c. each and roll
1C. Cav. Date of death, 1907. films developed for lc and up. ae-
I Warson. Mark D.. Co. H, 2nd Fla. i cording to size. Pull particulars wfl

Whe-tstono, D. WV., Co. M. Gth Ala.1
Date of death. 1905.
Walkup, H. C., Co. B. 26th N. C.
Date of death, October. 1907.
Young. Robt, C. S. Navy, "The Ala-
Young. S. WV., S. C. Date of death,
Nov.. 19io5. j


The State Medical Association and
the State Sunday School Association
will meet :" Ocala in April.
Both of these associations will be
largely attended. Some of the most
eminent surgeons and physicians in
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AHAMVILLE AND CONNOR grade may work irreparable injury nM Smith's Monday. Our genial tax assessor was here THE RALLY SUNDA
the locality from which it is sent. Our; Mr. D. B. Mathews was in Ocala Saturday, remained until Sunday
@0&l Cor. Ocala Banner: fruit and vegetable growers are going Saturday. morning. We are always glad to meet Tra up a child in th way he
Th Graamvtille school, Miss Car. Lbout it in the right way by organiz-I Mr. J. W. Smoak and wife visited s od g a hl
evtcer closed Misa. ar-ing a stock company to secure the Brick City Monday. him. It makes us feel ten years will not depart from t Proverbs
%e Holley teacher, closed Friday. community of interest, and also to Several of the boys from this place younger just to chat with him an 22:6.
O Fridayl evening an entertain-hire a competent man who under- attended the show at Reddick Satur- hour. By the courtesy of several .Junior
Unt was given. Thus the last school stands the business in every detail as day night. Mr. J. B Hall is furnishing the peo- Leaguers I glean this from last Sun-
doy were ended at the "little red to grading peaches, etc., and who will Mr. C. S. Reese spent Saturday at pie of the village with fine sweet po- entdays meeting
iebool houae:" that is. for this term. see to it that no inferior article is Leesburg. COW BOY. tatoes and cabbage. There were qit a nm r pr-
The "little red school house." where .-hipped out. and that what is shipped Messrs. Reed Wimberly. and Chari:e ent and all on the qui vive to h1lar
we sed to go to school with "LazyK. put up in the most attractive man- BEST HEALER IN THE WORLD Hodges went hunting Satur4ay nb their is brother. Carroll. tak s-
Pte,- "Bonny Prince Charley."*I-ner possible. anicputdafn a osln
"BRny Prince Charley. ..Al- er poibl. Re. F. Starhird of East Raymond, nl captured a lne fat ")ossum. cially to the boys Ar each,)lnin
berta, "Rosebud." and the others. The Regibter is expecting great Maine. says: I have used Bucklen's Mr. W. H. Massey killed a nicel fat of the door necks vr. ra.ne1 .
Maine,saysa"Ihhaverus d siehtefs Mr. W .uH. lhssl.rt-
w crowded on the night of this oc- ;hing a.s a result of this organization. Arnica Salve for several years, on i.orker Friday which weihe "' carch. r sigh f him. P
emdon. and everything regarding the Wv have seen to our absolute satis- my old army wound, and other obsti- l)p dis olress'-,i. \,W had rhe pioealreI granl wnt on and minlt, .Ip.
ow was carried out in as smooth a tau.ion thai Lane county can and does fsnate sores, and find i tho best healrsa rt': aay n -: h liln ,,
way as the waves of the Pacific, roll- 'raise te )be-s cherries that can be in th" world." I use it too with great "i t r 1 anr awa- i/' di ; (
success in ml y veterinaryr blisi .' I ) n. -e ,li dM .',)t .:" ,- a "
Siupon Long Beach, California. 1.rcduced in the world. Nor can any Prie 2.-. at Tv!ir -' & C,'s. ,!r'.z ,, ,,. ,- l a .iia -- t.* -;'ri:t. anld 2.i--.n ,-PC ann. :n ";i
The house was d hcorated with gar- (. i i th I'nited S'a i p)roduce -rore. x ; ;. ,ia '.;, :-, :; , ''
ands from the surrounding forests a:.. as-paragus, ce-lery anti cauli-I *.' : !n. A.,,.,,- ,a*" .*- ., i: .-, '
and bantiful and sweet scented flow- ',,' C r r : :- h LOALS FROd LO ELL "- 1 'i
ers from the flower yard of Mrs. A. ,r (ar. The poa;o, raised *: :- ''.*''* a ,. ,, 0''h ,** ...> ,,r
T Lom M essrs. R ymmond H olley and;' n u ir rOcr ibo Tom 111 the sand.v ;,.:. ,.- ,.. .C : ~. .. ( .. ,- ;, ,
Walter Sewell were the "stage boys... ,,a w outirrigati.m. have a' ,' tn v '. ,. ii. a' ,, a.. -
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":-aI .\r in :,, 'v" :" n"ii ,'vtr' -;.,)l~ 1,i- ,. 1i:,.5.
Following was the program: | -, h ehness of s.kin. a perfection of plan T >na ., (ant! .-h ,i i ot ) S ci s .. . IT V r I .. : I 'l
R e c i t a t i o n ,ch a t t o y ..aT iaT .2Irana *. l:o* et igt-)" "
Recitation. "'A Welcome to Al"- 'avor and a size that cannot be du- :, .,, rV! an.:. .,.,. ,... ,r "OF,.;o' i". ,, H'' ' ,-.-' A ,.-
"rmne M ason : ; 'ai. -d : .... . .... .. a "idi<" i i-.- i '.' > ..
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Recitation. "Little Chatter Box Tho' art -,,-r fra.ir. a i v 'L -- + , ;' 1 . ' : ''; t '. ..'" '''
Co1 we irn r Tl r ar ote t~L- il \ f !r,,.fl w p'r '
C- W elhorner. ,.7 which may be grown. xvith the 4) P,,. w Pn I) h,.n., n ,'. .. ; lar .tr ,..
Song. "Vacation"-School. ri-pr cart-, to the sam T-atisfacio', n.(,1 mee '. r, .Ia'.i i" '' o' -
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Recitation. "Grandmothers B-au -- -Vh- .1 once t h t reliura :on ,: a county 1;',,i .,,, ,,t.rt n ,! ,1;, ,, -: ; ;t Vii' m in r. i n
Christira Heineman. l i e..tal li.,d for these products .irT, Srw hisw,, ; l" i4v V (<- Dialogue. "Our Work"-- ielen andiij h,e' need be no looking for a good | P T<, .;.. -;,) -, wil r,.ni r \v i.-;> a: :.i
Kate Mills. Cora Welhorner. Ruby marker riev wili ,nmmand The best lst Satur ayn das id also aIr. P. B. I Pta'I -,
iAmg. Irene Mason and Annie Lula p in any n.arker and the money iv a daudat.r. o uni in tal, if. 0 ,na h, l ,:haiia.,n,
Log. wili come to the grov-w" as the result i- Ia cR. "i mcin GAITER GLEANINGS ...i r-, popilaar iniio-ter. If .....t :.
Recitator. "Do Your Best"-Mar- of his business, and will far exceed Lco l t,'lachl r.i i 'r.f wi h. I. *'r.
shal on Miss Li'lio Stgw.:; I.ft hit-ro n-i
I''all Lo ;i,- receipts for ilini rr, mniining or Tableau. "Faith Hope and Charity" lai.. other natural resolve. an it will Weey to visit friends in OcaHa.\\',. ..
)l 's. A. \Vther i' v,.r .-. rt. so.a lco,... t,, :,t1<,'1 ll ,t,,,,vNifIaI's.i C, i.
--mma Mason. Beulah Holley and I1 distribl)red to '0 ioe ol)ple at large wr ,'r 0 hr "o. r,, ssr i I'
Christina Heineman. in not t will returl .. o 1 '' ft -. t ) h!( o j h,.'
Re it tin. "A elid 's Vii.to th ;Mr. anti .Mrs. .FH.-[R. Ba x ,r vii,, ...
Recitation. "AdeLaides Visit to thei te fortunate .inv-s"-! The of cap tea. an i n 1i B. "u n or. s a sI)''iiY r21("V '"- '2 ;i: -'r,-'. ., .- -int'r h -oT ' -. :,
C o u n tr y K a te M ir es ro la tiv o s in A n th o n y S u n d a y f i ( U 1 atiX l ,T'-^. Al' I tt'!i r n rll \
.SIr. },. \ !{,,.s ,t-A :t ,,.a.-:t1 VU t',rn~i wnt up Mr. ('arroll rhen ,ex
C ountrT"-Kate Mills. k,: all the profits. Mr. Mffrt and son. Pruce. ca1.nl' .' : )i
Dialogue. "'The Train ;,) .Mauro "- I: Ma h ah-o i, P ,. ,." a.r
. i. <.; -. i <, 5 . i ;ip from >cala in !heir wito 'M onti.,i o i-*.,.
Rebecca (Count- W alter SSew ,1 an c, ,,nini,;n1'. all ,T,^' h, :. alin- ) rom ala in heir asto Mont:v . t". I L ,i(' i v: .-" p . (. [,1'i - n ,:i ..,' .
ofr. Do h'-I'vn Mr. Sti whas and M, )ht iM.
E r i c M i l l s ; n - .. i l ,t~ j x i j ii.t i K '. i ; a T ; '. ( ; ,- 2 : ..h K A \ ,- ; .1'; r ( 3 ; V ,e i,_ , : 'i l -V l. r -:1 : , ,
Recita'ion. "Fla of the Rain,,,'.-> -- ^ aitracti\t--. haT it TakHs iain w,.rk S\ ,wI :lTn \; aii,1 .r \ir U ') \ '}. :21; '.! .: ;' .tI I hi.. .2-. .*\,,1 I ;
ah H y .~ a 4 t h". 0 "'i .O''.^i;,;lii.:','. iand is having a res:- a ( .
t, ; ll l l ,': ). S O \ {II U [ .l t ; l 't," ,r :.- ,- -..- ,.. \. ;I"-" :, : S ,-, Il '
B e ulah H olie v .. !, al .... .... ... I- . : , :t ,i'.,! .. r, out ._
R citation. 'A W\ ish."- D-i is 1.ine1 r0ff',cTIv- ,)T.'a::22.t ',i ren!,'an .., 'h. , t ip oi1 s i',>\ 'l. i., : ,; : ; -. i ,i : -, '. *
a.. i S pr. M r. .; ,,,)r ,- 4 *.i ,- '-,n . -,' . .. 1 ,
Song. "'4Mud T ie - H e!t-n a d, K at -.a,, ,r ;,, ,,,, ., :'i .. :.. . o f ,I i , :.,
M ills. ('C o ra W e lh o rn e r. R 'il v. Lwio rk. -. ,; ,. ., :' ". ', ; . .* is.. i" .I ,, I '.. ,.,, ,. , ,,I ,i ,'- : ) ,,. ,. ;c ,i ,,. .. ,
Irene Mason aidl Annie- 1luia !.n j r pij w 4 **! .,,.-.* i T.. i) ,- ,'TO ,. i'4 - \;,
Recitation. ei),! M o r- ;,:,i ,i M l1 3 h i .t I'i '. , : .. *
Em m a M as) n ':.y proda.1t!,' aza it' Wiwor i. Na .T ii ,' *, :!T '. ('-'-, .,4'.-', "l' lit ; -i" 5 "
Reciatin. m a 'as lb-itiI# r'I)T. .1. S 1 ;ai-a
R ec, itatio li. W\Vh n I a m. a V-! \ '\ . 11... a :,;- a,. i'as'' , ''"'-:" : ovs-.';, ,, *, ' * U ..- .i. .,.a { .;)**- .''c" ; I ,- ;i \ !.-.'i r.. ('* : ,- .''i. >'- v:. _" .1: '
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SDialno'ie. *nTha' tb^ Schoio i ,, !.'. '.. 'iZ''T.' ai-gisTtr. O1 t 141 t il the nar I f turo.
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Savs-- Davis I.onz Vic'-,r MtIa- ,:l a, ,' . ,vn M .... .. <-U;.. t:i:; rs .i I i Z !an d -a' 1 -ii'i '' i -
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R recitation. ""L~it. !,, '. s';,, i:"-- Et~ie'. ari, 'b.-. W hytl \\,: *. r.I ^: .. \ *^i" r'l-h .. h,,r,'' .... .. T*,, ( l.' ," s.rl i>. .I w l ,. vl ., q ,.i ;!nda/1, H :' [,;i F~ \v''.,< -i :;, '( a .' -" I -on t) (ini>K ~ *n1 ,li'r loo m ')ll oi.-
8' oewell. iar h o)-. ? -ar, evb 0rha i ,- 0.h'!, t 'I .oU'Z'' 'I.., o' t'. 'Yiii 1 15 )), I. ;1i h''m caise dl s ',-: '' F 4 "ifu Il"o
Recite ion. "How T'i ;M-.- t1 Ote raise pefectoF ai.-d ' T -\ i. 1 lie t m' of the h i'' 0.af ,'-'I
Bhlak"--Erlc Mills. CHATTEN CHIUM. litt,,leiv :iMA L S. he speaker from hearing The V-,ttn' *;
Patriotic March-Several pumls. -- l ank. rhe 1ittl,> ,,noS had for hin s,
Recitation. "The Promise"-Rebec- THE LUCKY QUARTER (i11! s('h,)o)l will clse :n two mTfoih.-.. EVINSTON. BOARDMAN AND Mc-|t,^ herewith extend ir ro him *ii.
Ca CoiLts. Is h. one you pay ,:t f..r a box of We regret vpry much to part with our INTOSH I- g hri Th r rextend rit o hi arH
___ Dit-oKi "Tons c Rlltatlon. "Tom? Scnoo BOO1. bring you the health that's more pre- j .hil., hr. p (rs ro me,-et with them every Sabbath
Ioinie Randall. ciouis than jewels. Try them for h.n'adr Mr a,, Specia MTorT Oecila fannrr There are aohurct sixth momtPr-s
Recitation. *'A Litle Boy Po-ket"-1 ache. biliousness. constipation and Miss Mary Evins ha- ,lp (- frn e y church, Methodist.. Pros
Vicw Masoo. malaria. If they disappoint you the GOOD FOR EVERYBODY sick lately but is now btter and erin aaptit. (hritian a
Sang. "Our a.co price will be cheerfully refunded at to-ierian. Baptiste ( hrittian an,
TyOur Fll"6hool. Tydings & Co's drugstore, x Mr. Norman R. Coulter. a prominent to "e ou- Catholic. all joined in this Christiar
Tableau. "'Knighthood"-Several pu- arn.hitect. in the Delbert building. San Mrs. Tharp wont from her friend work. There is talk of having a
Ilh. ELECTRA ITEMS Francisco. says: "I fully endorse all Mrs. Evins. to Micanopy to visit some g-ymnasium room, like the Youni
Dialogue. "A Tough Boarding that has been said of Electric Bitters of her South Carolina friends. M.en' Chistian ssoation ha.
as a tonic medicine. It is good for (isrian Assoiai(o has.
FItoe"-Graham Long and Jack Wel- Special Cor. Ocala Banner: everybody. It corrects stomach, liver Mr. and Mrs. Keller from New Yoi'k There is a surprise for you all next
bor-r. Last week the grip held the writ- and kidney disorders in a promp and City visited Mrs. Keller's cousin Mr. Sunday. Be sure and pe thre

Valedictory-Helen Mills. er up for a few days. and we failed efficient manner and builds up the .1. L.. Wolfenden of Evinston last Sun- VISITOR.
We never did spend a chunk of Pa- to get in our letter. Nearly every- systemn" Electric Bitters is the best day.
~spring medicine ever sold over a drug- M.adMs .K iht~sno H AP IE N T I
ter Time more pleasantly than the body around here is afflicted with gist's counter: as a blood purifiert r. an( Mrs. P. K. Richrdson of THE TAMPA TIMES AND ITS MIS
two and a half hours we spent Friday the grip now. or just getting over a is unequaled. 50c. at Tydings & Co's. Evinston visited Mr. and Mrs. Will SION IN LIFE
sight in Ocala at the armory theater, spell, dr-.igstore. x Richardson of Micanopy .Junction last T
w en the Trades Extravaganza was We are all glad to see this lovely SOUTH LAKE WEIR Sunday The Tampa Times pretends r b
preented. 1w whole show was a spring weather. O Mr. and SMrs. Alexander McRae from a!l at sea because the Ocala Bannei
dandy and the "miss" was a "dude." Saturday afternoon Miss Dixie Pil- Melrose and Mr. Mizell and family fE,,rs to It as "a dear. innocent. little
But as we have been out in the wild plans gave a most delightful ,old fash- Special Cor. Ocala Banner: were at Mr. A. L. McRae's last Sunday lamb," in its delightful ignorance o
a woolly west, out where the pro- ioned candy pulling Both the Lynne Mr. and Mrs. F. R. pam anleft for witness the marriage of Mis
*otpr of the show hails from. we will and Electra school children, as well th'ar home in Melrose, ass. on Mon- toElizabethMcRae and Mr. Robrt MiSSLe inrthebepolitics ngof Florida.chin it re
be" rit ofonl on oftheman a.day. They were so well pleased here
Swrite of only one of the many as some of us "grown ups" were in- day They were so wel p here art. l it s ria e
thatR theos Hent five weeks atl tshe i
great hits of the evening, and that is vited. and everyone thoroughly en- tha. they spent five weeks at the R and Mrs. Har will n o i its lie is t plea and placate rh.
e cow boy song. "Broncho Buster joyed the "linked sweetness, long Pkasant Hills House instead of only rove to resu thir duties Ocala Bannr. A f which is v
Jim," by Miss Irma Blake. We have drawn out." two weeks, as they at first contemi- as teachers. r e t Ocai ic i
be out with the western cow boys Mrs. Capt. Pillans came up last plated, as teachers. F -i. l, 'ia Sapannsonr ixets to ild it
d listened to their yarns and songs week from Lakeland to visit, her son, Mr. andl Mrs. H. .1. Crissy anid MmrF tenant honus(s on his place near ments batt ,i ',v'rtlo ,-, liI.ir' f-i
Sthe plains, and the long horns, anld Mr. J. C. Pillans. and tani. i i( af- (ahtr of Frdonia. N. Y., arrived ( ,man. tur' it wiil ha' .'tlthin n,. ",
tb the fair cow boy representatives er spending a f, wdiays here was tt th 1Pleasant Hills House recently.:. '. . \IcA'a.ilv \v5 r,,tiii the 'iv' for. It. is high plo)is's it nnis
tt made her bow. in the cow boy called to Orlanfo ol a 'iolinT Of tiW Thopo ,otht o this house st 5 t h a '' n h ,is I :-,cluhd h.- )caa irTs .ii,.,
way. we were entirely "at home" Thi Ii'ns of sOlile of her grandchildrenn, j f ('nis as rhant a oardma. oe or. h cla Star Isasnitos ,,isI
gas er w tl ng n t hom ale.s -t,,. S.z a nierphant ;itl |)ard0i5 t) i l. 'Olit to t, -, ()it :i!r [
song wai very weetly sung in the'i,, 1, ho ve tht measles. S..1-.*ly d, ,'ri: fs.axpccis to
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javelin, but informs the Star ver#a;i'
that thp term is exrenasiv*lIv u.,-I aa
well known in the [,on-e S'ar -..
land Northern Mexico. as any );,1 -4
iident of Texas can teprify F H a,.-
says that Captsan Maynts R;: l ,
famnious author, whose w)rk, ,)n T-t
as had such po)pulariry a f.*w t.'-'a,.a.
ago. reforroed to the jav-lin Mr'
than )once in his book))) Thk; a."
f,)r the information o)f 'ht ,-;e:,,j )f
th Tinis. who is a),'\' '. i n<'.
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powder made from Rvoyal
Grape Cream of Tartar.

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am Ah mad Peqpate of Lime mixtures s
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Local and Personal

Mr. and Mrs. F. P. Cahoon of Oak
were among the shoppers in Ocala
Mrs. John Brown is critically ill at
tbet home of her brother. Mr. Jim
Bron-. just east of the city.
Mrs. Ben Borden and little son re-

old at M

President E!iot of Harvard -\'s
;v, ha our A:i.erican cities s need is htn-
e-ty. Why no-: give a vote to that
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,utL i t te peopji" wp[jcjj trjlsi,,s tN,\G- . .. t .. . ,
., ,.1 . .cl rtl a to d ad t e ( .d v (fl y l
thirds of the church members and l-ss ., p.sion repr.sn i
l,,(.. ,1! i :11)1 r ls iOI. l'eproso'ntllg;
than 6 per cent. of the criminals?--.ir: t ;he tailor. She has an!
oman's Journal. stail. lear al(nd sweet voico tfor:
o .ou-g a girl. .and her song.
SMr. J. J. Williams of the Homosaa- Im
Mr. J. J. Willians of the Honios IDandy. [t I'm no Dude," was beauti-
Fish Company, who was called toL -
SRichmond, Va.. on account of the se- ll s1- -s w''il as l-verly a '. .Mis .i va L~ee Edvlwards, the l)'ty
rious illness of his moher. has rIturn- 1ls It dards t:
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S The advertising carnival, wvhi,-;
,made such a decided hit Fri'!ay Pi!;
was repeated Saturday nii.. a :
;again to a large audience. I, W-z..- oi,,
of the most "taking" entertain nixii
ever given in Ocala. and ev,,rybody i.,
,loud in praise ot it.
Trh- tableaux, the scentlt s, the
:ou gs, sketches, etc., were a!l beauti-
fully rendered, and met with (he very
heartie.st applause.
The Marion Hardware Company's
scet-ne and the scene devoted to the.
:iuniur Drug Co.. are both deserving!
!of spt'cial mention, and thi,-y were
i perfectly carried out by Miss S. D
|-Fannin end Mrs. Goin, with several
small LSAiS.ants. Miss Fannin, as the-
Idarke> cook. using one of the Marion
1 Hardware ( Company's blue flame
stoves, was splendid.
1 l.itle ..iisb "i'n o %Vaiis represell ied
'i. W. Trc;Xier very cleverly, and threw
into the audience samples of Huyler'si
(<1l4Id( le ('crams, which are soid ex-
clu,,ivtely by Mr. Troxler.
M.lis Martha Kate Rentz was thel
(laiilivy iiiung representative of the 0.
:.. ';e(; r pn, toi: of their goods-
1.. i \r:y fr-.ing manner, and as
:ai ii1)1s gav' akady a basket full of:
;' ; i.. a;i..'..; :i' crack(ers o"t Iil
, .,;:l I inI, ('om pany.
s .,,. :4=',O. l.a, i. reprIesetnLing Lee'
.I-., i .1,.i ,hanf. was as- l unique
-.; -"" .t.- l:-eiy, lI'ie .-ed Ls a Chi-
:- "- "!. '..11 I S i !'4i,, l E n 'lis h- le .
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t "ri : h(er lilln s i I ( I :1 al t-
li c'h ( e : ; ilflt a>- Ito be c' '-ei 'l't
1', !'i;ivl. as- :hle i)<\ ui ( Ithe prog ,dfli.
1 U.-P I-.P: ise SliicaC. :" was iiiola)'t d-i"el

turned home Saturday from a visit to ed. His mother died before he reach- ,, UeO.Z -,- 01 .ir. an Mrs. .JoInn Peruna to be invaluable.
IL. Ed\,.':1i-., dr'esed, as a newsboy, Systemc Catarrh, th Reslt of La
relatives at Oxword. ed her bedside. Mr. \VWilliams left for as a nwsboy Sytem Ctarr the Re t of L
_____ Homosassa Friday. 'rprentil t. )eala Star, while the Grippe. Pe-ru-na Receives Credit
Ocala P'rinting-. Company was well frI' ~itt
Instead of prohibiting the women Saturday v ;. a.t (a of ih- ocl i Company was well for Present G Health.
ro latliengi New York aldermen S as ad a of our h La li Miss Ottie Gray. Mrs. Jennie W. Gilmore, Box 44,
fro onsooking, New York aldermen h1111ing se'a;on anil r ir~ay of ouir ht,,-.:-
S them a od '"s t'ook ad'aniaae of and sei The '.ses and virtues of the Ocala White Oak, Ind. Ter., formerly House-
mmght taet them a good example.-Ex.; era ad,; ~\antage ,of i-" and sleiOnt he;
ait tr t,. te old pst newspaper in th. keeper for Indiana Reform School for
S(IaX in the woods. Our a'
Mra.e. J..L.,B)uVer fiosm.s,'adig. Boys,writes:
Mr. J. H. Butler of Romeo was Ill C. K. oy. was amOg the uIe "Six years ago I had Ia grippe, which
ammoa the business callers at the I 1n1d r0meel)Pi Lhe (,dIor of)t this pia i. was followed by systemic catarrh.
Ocala Banner office Saturday. Mr. per with a lie',- moss of quail. Th" l)o11ir V'uriry Store. Maircu. The only thing I used was Peruna
Butl* r was accompanied by his hand- -- : a v vry ndily nd Manalin, and I have been in better
tmr. Isaac S ev-ns, a noi).eM- I a]. -' i :.' V .ian Damn,. health the last three years than for
s l e scl)ool board, an-lI .\I \V. r \ (';,u. -, .It A :r,, \"s, r-epresent- years before.
ereta Metcalf hai just aced iden .. Pasiour (C'on-; "I ive Peruna aU the credit for my
Sacretar-3 %etcalf has jus.t accetoodIh'petrne, o Sair vfoiv~-:.-2)d'i'. odhat.
the resignation of twentl -six mtids .dip- jturne ho :t- Sa trd-'y fro I \.'i - 1. ") is. v.a I good health'.
m tn at the naval acatien-y. who failed 1ton, D whe t, thev went to v. ,' \ :" .'. :,', '. '-< .o.J n ayior ..... .....
inm their mid-winter ixa-..mation ftor the me tin" (of the maional V.I v :- \. : ;.: *:) 'r re)ireSnta-
I tional convention. Th,,ey had L ) L.t1 i,. iime ial',;ughot.
1-enjoyable ad delightful ,! ;'il). 1 ,,,: w !; .!ei:; .,- : o \ ;'- -- T .l,-
Mr K. i. Johnson of Cedar Key and **"..; i). s. .i aS a e]owli ;1H
Mlb Eniily Fort of Ocala were mar- Mr. J. H. e eTover of l.ak , '1 ,1 1*. *. ; ( i iledi '.* ,' '
w as"ill th e y i, Q .- 7;.4" T -a () ,I 'O C TV.
riod in t ,i city on the afternoon of w as in the y T h ursda o h :: e a a !. v as .ne of th .ra: i, a ,*' .; 'v t .' ....i
n.ruan 27th. Notary John E. Bailey, ,He s ver nthusiasiic ov.-r he pro- drirn- e ing.
performing the ceremony in his office. opsed trolley road to h_ laY-', ai!. i.. YOni.' & Son, r()'presente( by.Ilai'ai.e.-. iii!:ilre]]a. ;>ile. which, saT
!advances apparently oo(1 argumel's Miss Icv .Mloorhoad and her modern iro',; rJ .apane.-.., n! .;de drinking tea
Mr. Robert Stripling has gone tot sustain his contentionl that such an band oU s4 all bo.v playing on varios wil al around th,, ,,I l gh ted
Gaines Ville. Ga., to pay a visit to his Ienterprise would be a payin in'.- ,;uibin instruments, was a very ;o lntiis and her pretty
.v. WhiVle there he and Mrs. ment. tine take of. I Jaanese lanterns
"trpling will celebrate their twentieth .I. 0 ..'. Nofah'. m:illinery dis- s miols o 1thi) ?<-inina:i .j Oriental
din anniversary \Ve take pleasure in cal intht-. ;t- pTa: ,i ri, ial ;ACT.or n t scene c, | e !,y. %'ss Nellie (;s;T'ieb was the
wedding anniver ;" mention of our readers 0o the adver- ein . A!. ia to, was very l,'.'i n
H. Walter Edwards and his brother tisement of the Guarantee Clothini' li. .si Porter on.e wares vted was racefui aor in this pantoby Mrs. Tay-nd
oi this city have the sympathy of Company in this issue. IPr. talarer. ienay.t angi DeCartp, ul yew ilia-y M ir S saa-
ir Ocala friends in the death of the proprietor, says that he has tlh h Lad s anr handsoii lor a-nd N sses Soara Davis aud Eliza
tr father, which occurred at his finest line of Hart. Schaffer andti Marx 'h d y Miss Annieo Mathews. ieth Newmi
ha ta Paris. Tenn., a few days ago. clothing that he has ever carried, and ,earin, an exquisite gown and pi- Stangers who were present said
_____ nvites every man or boy in th~e couU_ weri,.aleqiiegw n i-%-tagr h eepeeLsi
invites every man or boy in the cou t-treI ha,. displayed to advantage the *that the entertainment was immense-
Mr. Jo.n P. Galloway has severed ty to call and inspect the same. taste of Mrs. Minnie A Bostick. I than many regular staged
his connectiOn with Mr. G. D. HooganIY te t m re The two banks had s-endid advr-i ti,. .
A "a .,,, .... ..^ ..._ j... ...The two banks had splendid adver-i w- ith t ... "....; ..., n,...

a a 0 & a 0 0 0 auw0 *0 *u a 0ug 0 agaa- 0 **O- 0- OI
During an epidemic of grip Peruna -"Two years ago 1 began using Per-m
should be used. The doses recom- and it built up my strength so that Ia
mended on the bottle are sufficient, couple of months I was able to go to
After the grip has once been acquired, work again.
Dr. Hartman recommends the use of "This winter I bad another attek of
Peruna in teaspoonful doses every hour Ia grippe, but Peruna mon drove It a
during the acute stage, after which the of my system. My wife and I eFmib,
directions on the bottle should be fol- Peruna a household remedy.'*
lowed. Pmmmj IereftmLa S0 %
Experience has shown that the people Mr. T Barnecott, West AylMerO, O
who use Peruna as a remedy for grip tario, Can., write:
generally recover sooner and are less "La[t winter I war Ill with pm.
liable to the distressing and long-con- monia after having la grippe. 1 tIem
tinued after-effects of the grip. Peruna for two months. when I besme
When Peruna has not been used dur- quite well. and 1 ran nay that any o
ing the course of the grip and the patient can be cured by it in a reasoable Umm
finds himself suffering from the after- at little expense. "
effects of this disease, a course of Peruna Pm -oI-A TeMl A1e LA &%
should be resorted to. Mrs. Chao. E. Well., Sr., Deiaw-.
Suffered Twelve Years From After- Ohio,write.: "After a evereatte eofl
Effects of La Grippe. Is gcrippe, I took Peruna and fumd it It
Mr. Victor Patneaude, 328 Madison very good tonic."
St., Topeka, Kan., member of Knighta Mrs Jane <;ift, Athons, Ohio, wrift:
and Ladies of Security, writes: "Six yearsaaizo I had 1A gnppe very b.
"Twelve years ago I had a severe at- I read a testimonial ti a wmasa we
tack of la grippe and I never really re- had been cure-d of grip by Prnma. NP
covered imy health and strength-but husband bought me a Nttl of Ptar
grew weaker every year, until I wa& I was sooln able to414, my work. I e*ci
unable to work. juIu uUbjU n L tUI.. I % curetL."

fo. l f )w i ll vWii~ dr' U ICo is of tIle Tr ()

)efa.Pi..Feb. 2.1.'

ci' 7.'*!i- I' '4 *4 ~j ~ '. ir* '* 'i.at the

,n t.r o of

' I 4

We. Ith I lll underigne, t citiz-ns f
(Ocala. and having no pecuniary or
property interest that would be di
rc-tly affected by the particular iova
tion of the government building on
tIhe bl()t'k 1now ownedi by the Unit-
td Sia;-s 'over'Il(eil il Ih' citx of

Oea Ia. i'spec fu 'llyi anif earitiO \4 II "-
1hat mile said buildin.g ) I)e lac'- at o)r
nea:' the centerr of the block of land
owned Ly the government.
1. Because the lot slopes' in 'alch
direction from the center, and is ap-
l)arently the natural location for su.cb
a building as is contemplated.
2. The entire block was acoilirel

t!4 t I4 G *' I fl0.!.11`14 ,1 It, li I n K. 4Oes

mg orr intsro-'.ei1 it, pimtpwrtv in the
OVIei1Y Iv f 11"*- 141 11111Whifh thse qw
1*1 1- it S Ij 0, 1K 1'4 to tw lfIeisaul*A bw
P*-ex *-haf i.. to....fint-ro-po of the
.~OVCI~ ~ ;t i o gi'Ithe- tIll 1aoum (p, ( )Cal
Atiwmold v.* 1 by .roo-
tho- goverlnmenrt bijil'flngat or saw
the center o~f ili. Iowk. and w@.' rw
Peetfully pwtitj(Jflthat 'he htiikdIig be
*44 located f(or roaaaian% wbieb mgay be

The reasons arre ?h- 'writ. as tboge



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4 14 ; i I I ; , 14


La Grippe Is Epidemic Catarrh.

T HE disease now known as 'grip'
used to be called 'influenza.'
It very closely resembles a cold, but is
more tenacious in its hold upon the
system and produces more profound dis-
Grip is in reality epidemic catarrh.
When it once begins it spreads over the
country very rapidly.
People do not catch the grip from each
other, but each ose catches it from the
Most Effectfve Meichie Ever Trid
fr La GrIpple."
Robt. L. Madison, A. M., Prinvdpal of4
Cullowhee High School, Painter, N. C.,
is chairman of the Jackson County
Board of Education.
He is a writer of occasional verse and
has contributed to a number of leading
papers and magazines,-religious, edu-
cational and secular.
In speaking of Peruna, Mr. Madison
"I am hardly ever without Peruna in
my home. It is the most effective medi-
cine that I have ever tried forla grippe.
"It also cured my wife of nasal ca-
tarrh. Her condition at one time was
such that she could not at night breathe
through her nostrils.
"In consequence, an inflamed condi-
tion of the throat was brought about,
getting worse and worse and yielding
to no remedy until Peruna was tried."

Healthy Mucous MWnbranes.
Those who are fortunate enough to
have perfectly healthy mucous mem-
branes ordinarily do not catch the grip.
The mucous membranes lining the
nose, throat and lungs, when in a
normal state, are an effectual barrier
against the invasion of grip.
But, if there happens to be the slight-
est catarrhal derangement of the
mucous membranes, then the victim be-
comes an easier prey to the grip.
This in part explains why some peo-
ple get the grip, while others do not.
The rational thing to do is to keep the
system free from catarrh. In attempt-
ing to do this most people have found


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M het ran to cook his pancake
And the 'phone tell rang
e -rushed to start the coffee.
Aud the 'phone bell rang.
reakfast. he had to go without
S ood by!" they had to shout it
hbe would have wept about it.
But the 'phone bell rang.

She tried to dress the children.
And the 'phone bell rang
She went to wash the dishes.

And the

'phone boll rang

The parlor needed dusting.
The o|afing dish was rusting.
And E silverware disgusting.
But the 'phon- bhll ranz

I The grocer stopped for ordsrs.
And the 'phone bell rang
A neighbor came to gossip,
r And the phone ibell rang
She thought by being hasty
She could bake some biscuit Ta-:;,.-
S Her hands with dough w,-re pa.sty.
And the *phone bell rang

All day her housework wat-d
While the 'phone bell rang
No time for rest or labor.
When the "phone bell rang
At last he came to fold hbr
Ia his arms. "Poor girl." he told her.
For a second he consoled her.
And the 'phone bell rang


Some of these days some real enter-
pIcitsng people are going to come to
Ocala and build an electric railway to
Silver Springs and Lake Weir, and
make Ocala what its natural advan-
tages make possible.-Ocala Banner.
Yes, and some of these days we
want some enterprising people to
build an electric railway from Live
Oak to the Suwannee Springs. and
tk% will be done not many years
IeMce if, for the development of our
ity, we will all pull. a strung pull. and
*2 pull together-and just keep pull-
tg. Let us keep up behind these
manutacturing enterprises we are
talking about, and get them landed.
aW a system of street railways taking
in our great sulphur springs will be
seen to follow.-Live Oak Democrat.
An amusing incident occurred
bowa in Tampa the other day. A
ady from the far west visited the
(olumbia county exhibit and said:
"That is Nebraska corn. sure." "Yes."
was Bun Cathey's reply. Another
came along and said: "That came
from Illinois." The same obliging
yong gentleman simply replied.
"Smre!" But on Saturday. when one
fro Missouri came by and remarked.
"That's Missouri corn." Bun could
land it no longer. "My dear Madam."
add he. "a lady from Nebraska has
cWmed it; another has said the prai-
tie of Illinois produced it: now you'll
beve to show me.--Lake City Index.
Negotiations between the Southern
Railway, ad its employes in regard
to the reduction of wages have been
br& Ga.c, the me having declined to
oeCpt the proposed cut. President
Fliley Mhas announced that he will car-
ry the case to the interstate corn-
MiCe commissioa and to Commis-
kmner oat Labor Neill under the Erd-
eaun act.-


Somewhere around 7000 acres in the
Imperial Valley is being planted to
cantaloupes this season. Brawley
leads, but El Centro. Imperial. Holt-
vlile and Calexico. are all in the swim.
There are a good many patches al-
ready planted and the seeds are now
sprouting. The crop will go forward
by the trainload in June. The Imper-
ial Valley and the Coachella Valley as
well, produce the very oar!lest canta-
loupes in the country, and th,'re is no1

danger of overstock:ng the market'<
in June and .luIl The value of th.
crop will reach aroundil a inillion do'
I-- -_ n A -I-_ j 1 '1- k d - ..I

The Pullman Company has decided
to discontinue the sale of liquor on
its cars in every part of the iUnited
States. the order to go into effect as.
soon as the liquors now on hand can
be disposed of without lo-s.
An order to this effect ha- been sent
our from Chicago to various di-.ric
sup"rintendtnrs throughout the- Uni'-
red States It is expected to begiin ii

the ea.st and to work westward, arind
,tk, order becomes operative in Nw,-
England and! the Mid-lie Stare- aho;;t.
March 1.
Not only have th- chanl'u.-d eonil-1
ti' ns of the last twelve monih: 'iut
d.eply into ,he profits formerly r ,iv-
ed from h;i -.ourc-. but on long runs
liquor can b-. sold for only por'ionsl
of the distance anl the company is
Sconstantly in danger of prosecution
for lawbreakinZ Throiigh car-l-essn-t-ss
fof employes
Officials of rtb.- mpany say f'irther
ithaT Ther" has b i-en a rT.-n.'n-. y f )r
-.,veral years toward ,li-con'ininr
,he salt' of liquor becau.--o of f-.ij.i 'nt
unpleasant occurrm-nces rsulin from i
the too free use of intoxic'ants by pas-1
% IT



If Emma Goldman. the anarchics.
appears in Chicago next week. as it
has been reported she intends to do.
she may be deported by the govern-
It was declared by immigration of-
ficials that when Miss Goldman left
the United States last year and went
to Europe she cut herself off from this
country, and orders were given by the
immigration bureau that she should
be arrested and deported upon her re-
turn. If she is now in this country it
is said that she must have evaded the
immigration officers. The local offi-
cers declare that if she appears in
Chicago next week they will at once
seek orders to arrest, and deport her.


At their recent annual meetings, the
State Federations of Labor of Kansas
and of Tennessee adopted resolutions
declaring for woman suffrage. Other
state federations which have taken
similar action are: California. Colora-
do. Connecticut. Illinois. Indiana,
Maine. Massachusetts. Michigan. Min-
nesota. New Hampshire. Ohio, Okla-
homa. Oregon. Pennsylvania. Wash-
ington. est Virginia.


This paper, in its issue of Tuesday,
printed a letter from the forest de-
partment of the land office at Wash-
ington. in which it said that at the
request of the Dunnellon Phosphate
Company the United States forest ser-
vice has just completed an examina-
tion of vast areas of cut-over lands in
Marion and Citrus counties in this
state. There was found about 3000
acres in which every pine tree had
been cut and no natural reproduction
had taken place. This letter went on
to say that after a careful study of
conditions it was decided that the
sowing of long-leaf pine seeds in spots
would be the most practical method
of accomplishing this end. The grow-
ing of this specie of pine. the writer
of the article said, was not considered
feasible owing to the long tap roots.
characteristic of the long-leaf pine.
making transplanting exceedingly dif-
In a conversation with Col. W. N.
Camp. a gentleman who takes great
i;lt,-st in i larr.,,'s of th k.ni ., he
said That if the gro.lli w h ,re 'h'se
:-Oees have been cut oft tle land, is
,u,.-hed, a certainn tdisztanc :hat :,e
^ -^..V !- V ) 4- 12. .. ;* ._ . !

of .. n s .r:-ds off ju-,t what Lh was )ooking for.
of stone and steel' t it o
P; B;! it w:ixs too n, r- '. -i woll, hav,.-
A FLOWER FOR EUGENE MATH- i n::'1 c,)r"norta)l, if .t had been
EWS about half a mii: away. He had a
____ very acute realizariorn hat it wa.- ul)
Ito himi to get for- th- vins andi hii:hr
Hon. Eugene S. Mathews, speaker him tO 't h vi an -
of the last house of representatives, 0. To yell ik" a Coin:anch,- Ind:an
is again a candidate for representative T btr an il d w's,, andi so, asl ,-
in the legislature from Bradfard coun- ltonod. To squat down and keep srill.
ty. and will probably have no oppo.m-,i- 'ln h ,h 1ar q)1, nll- foa WJ ,-
tion. Men who are frank. fearless, uneer:anm jt, kn, h'' laai rh, i- s7
fair-devoted to the interests of all1 in Fin (,'i"a. a a.I ,n ormary ,.c-
the people rather than to a faction-! casions he ke i (w t, i:.,- i:l,,r
thais was ont t,)f, ht, or~linary.
are hard to find, but Bradford county this was oot ot 7th or inrx-
has found one such, in E. S Mathews.; n' r tins i
His eminent fairness, his impartiality, what pai"otto lrrios there, w-r- an.
he began ,o wonder \,laor-ho h, C*,)t[
vas the notable characteristic of hish b n o wonde he i
work as presiding officer in the last :It some mot.. Th,, captain, at rhi-
Sstupenilous n1oi~let. a c i d" 11til IV
house and he left the chair at th momnt accidentally
close ot the session more popular ifstpped on a stilk* and the beu'.
that were possible, with the members thinking it might be s,,me ,nsI-1c'
Than when. ar tl,- beginning, the'- iing razorback. ) concluded he would fin-
"unanious ish up his dinner on pork. and he
u nanim~ouls, --
-Palatka New.. started( in this dlirectiin. The captain
saw that sonmeo killing was likely t) bei
A TRIBUTE TO SOLOMON. done. but whether he- or iht' bear was
going to do it was what he was most
"Thar never was a boy born into interested in. But there was no time
th.e world that don't have to have the \t work it ourt in his mind to a logical
hickory put to hIim more than once, conclusion-something "had to be did"
an' the ofterner the better," said Mr. -as the huge beast. magnified many
Billy Sanders. "You may think my; times by the temporary curvature of,
talk is harsh, but the more I love a! the lens of the captain's eyes, was,
boy, the more I water see haim come cautiously advancing on what he siip-
mnder some strong an' heavy hand. posced only a pig. It was now or nev-:
tekaze I know it's his only salvation. I er with the captain, and by a supreme
You may look back on all the young- effort he threw up his gun and enip-
sters you've know'd an' you'll find tied five cartridges from his maga-
that we aint got any more wisdom zinc and then he braced himself for
than Solomon, ef as much. He tore close encounter. The bear's vitality
the bottom out of the basket in a is such that it may be mortally wound-,
mighty few words. 'Spar' the rod ed and yet be desperate in close corn-
an' spile the child.' Ef he'd 'a' never bat. Crazed with pain. the bear now
said nothing' else, them seven words rushed at him like a half-grown tor-
would 'a' made him the wisest man nado. but Captain Vert clubbing his
the world ever seed. No newspaper gun, knocked him down, but the bear
paragrapher has ever beat it yit. Ef was soon up with mouth wide open
brevity's the sole of whitleather, and long claws endeavoring to get the
your Uncle Solomon has got it down captain in his embrace, all the time1
mighty fine; ef he aint, you may call keeping up such a terrifying roar that:
me Mabel, an' print in the paper that it was heard by a man a mile off. Sud-
I've done gone an' eloped wi' a college denly the bear began to stagger, then
fiddler named Clarence Raymond." fell lifeless at the feet of his victor.
-Joeb Chandler Harris in Uncle He weighed 465 pounds, and was-
Remus's Magazine for March. 5 feet 9 inches from tip to tip All the
cartridges had taken effect.
A CARD OF THANKS Captain Vert is going to have him

stuffed and shipped back to Indiana as
May God, the Giver of Light. gra- a trophy to hand down to his grand-
ciously remember and reward the children. This will make President
King's Daughters and other Christian Roosevelt envious if he hears about
workers of Ocala. who showed much, it. but the captain is now quite willing i
kindness to our friend and co-worker.,! to rest on laurels won" ie wi!l he
Mr. Fred Powell. in the days of blild- isatisfiod with deor hunting horeaft.r.
hcss recently undergone. 1
In behalf of Florila Chri-tlan n- C ATDARi IS CURABLE
oreta!- SuccessFul Experiments in Abat


(P~kkIIm6 Fake now- -


The New Orleans Morning World A vorr-spondfnt of the Timne-Ynicn
sees in the confinement of Harry K. at Francis. a small village on the: At-
Thaw, the slayer of Architect White. lantic Coast Line. a short distance
in an in.sane asylum something worse irom Palatka. wrte-; an inrtres :n"
;han death. It -ays. "nature" story as follows:
"When the ir- a f 3 Matteawan (;apw.J.amn-s V-rt. of lndianapolis.
Ind.. now siopipn.- in this vil..g,. i-.
asyiun! cl:,setd !l;up :jarr. iK. TLaw.o
as very expert with th re un, and wW:ai,
i' was i iiougni i.\ ,,'t, bo aV that he'
."- su.ce--,sf; l h',:nt-r. Mo.: any odi
'.\ouifid &i' Lere 1a .-;ii4ken comfort tor
% i -,it Ithing i z his ni!,at- fronm a turr, ,it)v<14
,a ,h;i,-. pa-: a tormial e.auinatioiin
t,;o the biggt black b-ar. :,hat oVV'(-
.-oi.e na i'uing ail-r breakiast, an ti',o a.l aar. to
ionaliv -makes a -,r#,datorv visit TO '.'i,,
th,'n b' t -Airiel awa' in an autoano- anihanvckin qsrof
, ?'wanmps an,1 ham'i'c:(ck- inl qnIosr 01 r
i.ize, the crowd cieeri.v as il- wenLt.'
~ thc. c d cee7u zorbacks,. which also go rL:.e t- ," 't
Before bin- woulil lie the greaL world
.' on the t)erri.-i- of th (.abbag,, l)al', etr-
vwih its plea.sure.s and lor i'tful ;
i r an To. Som)I' of the-se haminnok, .,-t al- I
S iL u .> ro lor,1,gii p,,trr, Ol1i W orild cit- |
.n.. osr." in ?p-u-tr:hll- r. m0lan, SO n*.nr.'r-i
it.-, witii their :bhatt-re and beautiful' i tia,1
1 wove-n with vine-os an l l T ndri-ri.is1
wm.n rtravi and adv,-ntures, and all,
was just s',,u-h a pI!a"t- as 1h,.s rl-t
the tjii:,..-:it ixurit-s that beloung to
,C. aprain Vort ao)t I'nto whe-n i'. f,'urtl
-But vory dif rt ii1- ral tat- the be,-ar. It was a lar-', con-rr:, I t.
" utt v'r,. dlifrtnrii 1. t[..-, r'ai fate^:
he cat,'.i i ;a iirgo man-an'iI.l ii
,: }arry K. Thaw, ani. r' now .-,erls
., .. . .,!.qi ai~v iT aa: a lair<-, i),.ar. .\s ',-.."*'
p)robain- thaL this "iorrii')- ii'--;i "uiAon.
-' a.i making his wav -.i)-I' ,ir-:>. h
thi:; dtan_-, rou s ni.i.,ious,, th i 'oir-
, ., .,- n r a n ,; ,' ,1 v t ,- .- d li n)i i > ; ,h ; -. .* *
oiddin4 antd ,.;>i ;.- y a vi.um f(: ie .
(rinminai inz-a-e will be, his unhappy
Lon' fo h, ~ .t t.' 4. lf ti '> d*"'liiil.-:* he :*iI >-- a ; ; '*: t 'n -.*;
hom,- tfor tLlt r- o ,fi ,dayts in ..'-
w orbi. ,.,. a:. i :ikr,,p) *r .! ,1'jar- r .' ; 1 1
, i,, i. -('H" O ,,,lk ; r ,l;cco.-.sf .1 ra.'tr'..
'The age :- ,: in p~iI L~s 1
('Iood Bo). t'It s l s an uwhai a tior'-'
., , , a^-aii i~i h like .n cra<'k-;;ii4 4
horrible death can tih're be than this
sticks a .i,' as s.)tnoe ar- i b'-.asr N:it
living (eath 01 maniadues-dead to t lhIe
ina!< iin thew\vi )rn o) r hard .--",'d
sympathy. society and fl)low.-iu o,
f w r- irrie1s. Iv a sli-ht mll,, lt' he sa' j
men. Watched, guarded. caged like a ,righthbishSo abotthr
dangerous anial in a heer..gh The ishs n abor hr
dangerous animal in u cheerless lair ,.


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wire will receive prompt attention at either of the
follcsing works a 0 |


Pbyasicians andoe P. P. P. M sa p-
did combination. and pr-crlbe it with
great -At4-fttvo* for the cuWs of all
forms and atges of Prthm ,y. BccdY7
and Tartiary Syphilis. Syphilitlo BRu-
matiam. Scroftilou MUews and Sors,
Glandular Swellings, Rheumatimn, Ki-
ney Complaint, old Chronic UleM thaM


he a'tod &all tr uant, Oatwb ftb M
Diseasm. Eczema. Chronic Feinal
Compl-i-. Mercurial Poionl. Tatter.
Scaldhadot, etc., tc
P. P. P. is a powerfnl tonto and an
excellent appittiaer, building up the
u-Ttrm rapidly. If you are wek and
feeble, and feel badly try P. P. P., n4


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Local and Personal

And those clean streets do not yet
frf-et the eye.

The Globe is doing a steadily in-
creasing business.

The Marion county democratic ex-
-ecutijv- committee will meet next

Mr. Asher Frank says that yeter-
nay was the t-sT day the Boston Store
ha- had in some time.

Mr. C. Y. Miller says that h,' is- g-
ting along nicely in his candidacy f..ir
steriff. and has many premi-4 s ,f '-( ,

Miis Mary Wartmann. wh, :-s so,
ICopular in Ocala. arrived in h- iry'
yesterday, and is the much ad<:i;'rt-,
rtj,!.t of Mrs. R. (G. Blake.

Mr. R. C. Davis. the husitling a n.-nt
*,r t:.. n,.w visible Fay-Shol<, T1 l,.-
Srlt'. '- ;3r' r'd.-d ii plain r.in, iw

a ala

\1 i- Cor' i Tic, illan -1 in ( ) aw
'-i..ral 'v*L- wth b'-r --
"~~~ \-R 81 i-S'W" illtT'L--
ra.. i-i'dht-rf ~'s-ral Ti~-.andi

i a 0 a % Ai-i; fr.'ym l I '

Methodist parsonage look like anoth- FEDERATE CAMP
er place. He has removed the fence Captain Samuel R. Pyles is having The regular monzhfly meeting of the
his beautiful dwelling on his farm near Civic League was held yesterday The Ocala Banner prints to-day
from the front yard and garden, and League was held ye-sterday
Ocala painted it having been but re-' morning at ten o'lock, in Yonges th- names of the honored dlad of our
has whitewashed the fence enclosing a en ooc, in onge
,cently completed. It is a handsome! aMl local camp of Confederate Veterans
the back premises. The house and Hall.
borne. The barnyard is full of fowls; Our president. Mrs. Hocker.- called and in doing .o calls the attention of
grounds are looking very much bet-
improved stock is seen grazing in the the meeting to order. the relatives and friends of these
tet. fields: the hogs would be prize win- The minutes of the last me.in oilerss (, on- of +- e- orea',st wars in
I wXer*e read and app3^T i^roved. ^*
The friends of Hon. John D. Robert- ners at any county fair; the dairy were read and ahrov;rtor- Ti, the fact that the camp has
SThe treasurer being abse-nt, we
(n are rging him to become a mem- abuns in ricr, cream and butter; cold not have he ror n, n nsrral r-cord book for in-
-couild not ha%-( her' report. 10 T lso~'lr'odho o n
ter of the board of county commis- i th+ s.rnike house, corn crib, and pota- Unfinished business was th-nu taken '-crihin ,..ot-r ,1ouraphieal sketches
sioners. He Ps The man to put there'
", ,,DLnL.: t,\\ an abundance and to up. o(,f t il-P.,i,' -. w .."h-r living or ,lead
i! vou want a member who will do .
,thir,,_ ii w ,,ud give us a hard ,,ar'-: and The spirit of thrift is seen A report was rt-'eiv-.l ;:'o;i Mrs. ;,:'i if any Thrillin in'"i't,ii- are re-
T-.n hiriL' Hii. v.- ?a ,avervwhere. Smith to the effect Thar 'he rT.11 hl,.Iac ,u'cere, c.rjr road to e rvimiportant point in the , ., !,,,;
it <'ap. Pv!ie- -s farm were th "rule' along the cemetery walk, had 'i b-,n ,aid mni-mbers it is ,necia!!y requesrtpod
.nof -. il .h ot exc-ption farni lite! replanted ani paid for. IT rIt, ,a-i;' h" !1i+l (,II1dl.
Dr. E. P. n;u,rrail the young veteri- f!,,'-1 ico-'n far nio)re popular than i There boing no ) ,;.h r i ','ri it-, It i- rh. :, i-pi-e oo' ,ihe camp to kt'ep
: arv .nr{l ean. whro r.eentlv came T1 (.". ;1i1,. atit "'io the farmnt." "to t.e' ,lisiless. Tht- ne-w wr:.i1:t-s %\a- ,'t'a' ;-, r,'cr! bi,, k as < I .ng as a single
Oc-ala from Mr lnTosh to reside, has 'Un.. woi4it become the popular for. ','.nirar .-irvj., "urcha ,le house o.n For ,in av- j Mrs. Pi t*ii : re-p rte! h. the (',)11ltd(lratt, archives at Rich-
!,urctaa..t,tl "he hoi.-,e 4,,n Fort K~ing av- i.i,= n. r B r:l,: :.lr ,,,.

e+pi, nex To The Van Hood home. T '' -.' (.1 'Wla. P.Iyles's farm. es- had been aplwhinr d. a c.,nii,.in'. ,, mond or at Talahas-.ee as a memorial
Tl-m Dr1. J. E Chace. and is busily en- sToi(('lIa To ,,n,- whose+ head is frost- i one y the \V. ('. T. 1 '.. o T : ( ilt ;IT r it, b.r-e br t. ,l-al who :et so illus-
:a-. L-d ;i T."in ir r, atyv for oceupan-, wi1h t h. bnoroaehin-. b,,ar.. help and .o-oprari n of t,- 'ivie r-i ,-b an exam pl' fr po'-T ritv.
,. .1}. .. ,. j,,i.',d! in a fetw days a.:'. '- '. i ,a' ..k r) the day-- of "'tll League in establishlinr in (Oea;a a ('.r- .\ lit' 'r:iple-1'l :rl. ..,rlIu piwn<-ils
i,': ,lr .; -rai is on a .sit 'o ,I;i' -. :,, ",1'" r!. day. ft'or'- the few law. M r-. Bi:n -r r't ,:r---%4 tf .Jac(k-onv:le for a
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M r Ilhn F r.,'. r.no i( h x .> -v ;- pI :" 4,, ... 4: ;i. -'r -i" 9 4 ,, i! ('i.;! '' I. ,;;i "" :. :
m n-a-u r -ntren,'h wi'uh qiui', a nuinit,.:- :.i T. i". h. i:p<.I' ;.. t-li. ";"- -; p.. '" r." .'- ';!.1 :! ; -
ot ci.,,upen T Tors for n'em ,.'r of 'h, Mrs. Bo-:.tid lrm ises !:,- a ,',.':". ; -,.. :
toard o} county com missioners for t, ,x.-e,-i>-9[it;i -. n. ->:,,\ITiL of i.'-i- '' ".,. : '' '' i a. od
,f'cond, com mis.si(oner's ditrict. wa, n, p :priI. ,,t.:'iiiH :oday. ': x' :'',. T'i,,'.' v., ;,- u.r'e, r'i;:.
mixing wiTh peoi.le visiting Oc'ala ,-- ,, ..Y- .- x,' -. ''.' vwasi\ rt:

(',ner T ran lamnar i<= a sracefnui N ar'y' all dis-asvs of :he -kin. ua'lsoith 'ii' llit In vaom so1:
-peaker. an, has made a record tha- a eczema, TenT or, salt rv ; 1 i `-' 1 --- -
'o Fa ar so m wrb e r' irch :art ('*.' ;.C i' i ':: 1.- *,' "i . .. :, !t r : n ". ';i -'r ;(.'r -
the Titpldtof Florida art sotmewhattin. .! . h t- ndr he 1-ill next to
prond of Remember he will speak in often makes life .. lurden and (is- '
theb court house next Saturday. He Turbs sl.-ep and r,-et. Quick e" "f '" ''" '
,. .. .. , n .=y be had b y "nidlyine ('ha linb. r-I!tcv.-,l i f *"."*'.* ]k ,n ,. in cluii'; n g I)i ", "on
-hould have P big crowd to speak to. ;mayhe had by applying haiiinl r-f
I lain's Salve+ It allays the i'ching and : id p,.afow1-: thhr,", were catr.le saie-
tamrn he has something to say. artin almost mstantly. Ms:yny .- as- h, w.. the ha ppy sns
es have bteen c-.;red .v il- iise. FIr.'
f ;, !1,14I') .lhvps.There was +.very-
Mr Carter H. Dame. the indefatiga- sa-e by all druggi--s. x t u There was ver-
ble organizer for the Woodmen of the ,hni ,o make life enjovall. (;.
World is spending this week at New- PLEASANT PICNIC PARTY AT r'', oady to go to the fields andl et-
tr.rrv and vicinity, looking after the SILVER SPRINGS t-n th, im,- h.t as as int resting
W men camps there. -a l *,Tur, as a moving train ivnd the
W~oodmpn camps there.
| Mr. and Mrs. C. M. Murphy gave !'Id- with Thleir ye'low harvesTs. w.as
George M. Goolsby. editor of that i a pleasant picnic party at Silver ,n inspiring sight.
model newspaper, the Wauchula Ad-'Springs Sunday last in honor of their When lie described life as a : v.
locate, prints in his last edition a brother an(d sister. Mr. and Mrs. E. -on,: Grover ('leveland must have h1,i
p-cture of his printing office and co. M. Hawki.s. of DP phos. Kan ;as. ,'ne of tht.-s, sourh-,rn plan atr ions
Stage He has a pretty home. loca-ed 'ho are here (ion a month's visit. They phwogoraph -d on his memory. Th.
n an orange grove, and his office chartered tl. .losephin- launch :ind rv \-poetrv of H1e was w'hiled ;,wa
building occ pies a corner of the lot vWfnt down to Connor. On r'.acin1 *1, j'an21ations.
,t must b. a dleacure to Goolsby to(e "h e l1inch was spread, and a ter- T' v.,,l "!n r wv o ', hoary w-;i U i, .
have such pleasant surrounding< and vwards a visi was. ,aiid .0 M.r !i: i -> .i i will ,.
.* con,'ratula,', himn. Iis plac,' !4:..o4 5-:a.,arlal!'s orange zrov\,. \W ;h-i r,.- i' .i:ain.
.- n ati as his paier. 1",'rn .,- to S ilvoer Spr'in -s an r,'a ;l,''u 'Vr.- 1: -Z r. l<' .o I ,
'"n .' -hor y aftotr dar\. Th 'h is- : '" i i lift', ha- o-
Mr. .lohn T l w'vis w i.; ;o Tal- -:- :, marked after fin i :.ln: It.' ilays :- n'. ",: an' 1 x I
,,lia.-:-, \V\'iie-.,ia, l. le wxvi!l tr\ To it n '!, ; i' .w as th- i'o ,. .. a 1 '' ''


In compliance


with resolutoms

adopted by the Florida legilature aot
!91.7. Hon. S. M Sparkman ba intro'
duced in the house two bills, which,
while they are short, are importa=L
The full text of eth bills follow:
A bill authorizing the state of Flor-
ida to make an efficient survey of al
'n.-ii.rveved lants patented by the
United States to rhe state ,,f Florida.
Bi, it enacted by the senate and
!.house of r+qjre,#s,'ntativ.'s of the Unit-
t' State. of Aineria in enszre-s as-
-tnlubled. rha* the stars ,f Florida is
h..'r^'v aulthcrized nt4> survey all un-
-i':'-v.y.d lands within -aid state
which havo' her,. -of, r., l.-'n patented
i'. t:nI l'n;r,.l S'at.- :,',vrnmnt to
Ih., ,Tatt- of F:i)ridai. and! to prepare
."!Id ii:ak- a n,',-e .:- p a ts and
,lii[?', of" s'lr ,strv'.'-'..
.\ b:1, a,:'h4rizrin; ,! t1irecr;i r the
: j. ;t".i Ti n.ra! .f rh-' Inir .1 Statpes

'lar:.v to fi;nr.-h 'o t.h-.. ljutanr gen-
:'al ,of T'h. a,.' '1 .... +' n 'l ,' r, 1 1 f ie ro-r a:m; n ii\ irai rv or-

,i ,,; a .. 'x -r'a cr' o f l ..I'" s fr o ml I I ; i ,, ,.n c 7. : ... ,r e a n ,t;I.. i,,: : , ,, l ,,,- , t 111 th e
,.-rs of varies c'i',-s ;im t vir- ht' :,. !.,::;;.in *" rho,<- in al'hori'y in l r? *n
' ;his w i' '1 *. H'"' H .- i '"": :.'"': U *' ;:' .iii 1 -! (] r ' .a.r :, i,'. r n. .

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l,ro,ii s].'= .to rh, i).., .,* ; . [,I t'lr, ;tl i" n o-t, ... i- ',' '" i ;. ,' .;:,r,, t', r ^ *^> !,' ; :; ; ,. ^ ,, n i e
'.. ( ,, ,: ,. '.'.,t ;n any state
i~~drlla It I l ., ',-\ ;mlzI tolln ft om
ar.,t t iaih v ,, i.-.* a > ,) t a:].. i ., b .ia ip.'l an rl, ,., .... 'llll ": *- !:U r o-;,, .,, .", ,^ ^ ^

ih e + !r, .Xl,\I,(-() ,," ;,I),. ,,f!ho- .Inol an warn
1x'iv'way-. A.\ (,.in'it'.- )f two w, r"I r, al h.. life of "Th, n Man of IS(rr,,w 4.
"'r o if n te .i"-,e .o make .onie provision for dis- TAMPA'S MISFORTUNE Prof. H. A. Howell of Havana. Cuba
P-ini i,: of this re fiIs in a more sani- Recommends Chamberlain's
narv and siehtlyv manner. Tamnpa's calamity fell upon it ar a Cough Remedy
r- l'resldentt appointed a nominat- niost inopportune and( unfortunate sea- "As long ago as I can remember my
I mother was a faithfidl uwir and frim"

in- committee, as the next mooting
wv;I! be the annual election of officers.
Thi' will be the most important meeT-
in of th., whole voar and will bp
h Id on the hirst Tii !-lay in April. and
it i- hoped that every mmniber will
! .1n in mind the time and make a
:. ',-cial effort, to bh pr'-sent.
There teinz no further business be-
tfrm h,. la -2, ,he nmeottin, adjourn-

\Vhn vu %o \want a;) l]-aanr iphyvsic
zix,-, ('harii'ii '.l" in'-- Strnac.h and Liv-
,' Tal!Ts a t'rij !. Th y trt'- nild, an!''
'i it' in :h.ir .t:') m and always I prc-
'H("*' p rld,;isiPt r:'iTlh;rtic +.ffet. (''all
at n 'i r'lr. i-Ts t'. i a f!"'e< -atiI)l4-'. x


Lent 1908-Ash Wednesday. March 4:

son; at a rime when the whole coun-
try is suffering from a iaralyis of
Blessings come To us in disguise:
good fortune comes to us very fre-
quently dresse't in strange garments.
We hope it will be thus with Tampa.
We hope that out of her ashes she
will spring forth a more perfect and
-hapely city.
Orcala's conttlagratio)n tu1rne,! out to
be her best friend. Jacksonville's
rTeat tire ,.was a rp-i',rirtin of the story
;old by Ocaia.
Letr 1s t', "e', :1'at Ta:.;pa will catolh
:ht i d,, '. i i T) ,' i <,f the ,,'rt ,rnprise

-a -'- ---MC s A4q344 .a M ss aI aSI
of Ch('amberlain' Cough Remedy, but
never in my life have I realized Its
true value ituntil now," writes Prof. H.L
A. Howell. of Howell's Amerleca
School,. Havana. C:ba. "On the nichf
of February 3rdl our baby was take
sick with a very severe cold. the met
dlay was worse and the following. night
his condition was desperate. He cou
not lie down. and it was necessary to .
have h-imn in the arms every moment.
Even then his t)breathi!ng was difficult.
I did not think he would live until -
morning. At last I thought of my
mot her's remd:,'. Chamberlain's
('oigh Remedy. whi'h we gave. and
ir afforded proiiipt relief, and now.
three. e days later, he has fully r.cov-
tired. Undo-r t-t circunmsrancs I

;,]t..s -p. ( ttk ia11Iw mioula not h estate a iio m o-nt in say-
~~il bildin_- that Chambherlain's Coii-h Reiiedy
1iC'O !.'d'i:*'idv ,-than hf'tor#'e. 'i!th t ''ix' -.:tv''d the life' i~f our
liia lt;~'%vxhilteIthe factories and 'l-ar l10:1-. Fo ~ r -Wo tvby ail dlg-

H>'' '1 .~autr' ap.! ti ort rs uwit Off. I~IT'i- i-ji~ ~ ~ t
2 ~ ~ ~ 1 -) 1 O ~! sti k 4-1 teit ':uiorm ".Z#'.! -r%, ld't"' timiule- the

() 1* '41 ~ost -oxalt ."" jt '11 AESOLE Good Friday April 17: Easter 'ijP.r:.
'.1 eil il Tealmii ~t'ds t th X~. i---i-' 41441M~' midMrs XI>111' LME HOULER IDay Apr!19
'11 .r 10:,
(VimI~tt~iA'. ~'~ ''''''2a ~ '>1's ala' A -Servces' I'~a,-~! ..' ' u .t~Services-'n
~And(I "ori TLnu-7pax hini. litxx a-.- 'a'' \t M'-- t~- ~I1 ftr a lame T e'

WiIle cN T
iw o 1# tilstnt'-tiiu i V.n1'!:) '"4'P xi iU..~ ~ :'m v i

T l, t' F io r ild a S ltic c S a n d ~ui\ S,,R IT S L O S b C uit T h re e C a s a VW ee k A re 6Bc i-.i', ;I m' v !. i n '. 4 ~ 'i .' ' ~ 4 'I' '

TV*OaaSunday ISchool Vliriiii. F1:1 .. e,1.mt4 1''im 'H "V M 71 r!l TI'' 1.
NIa r y Iostcr Utyner. tield W\, t .' n h. a jli C l:iliz- 1, '-\ e'o-ii\! 1,'-.m i \.11 1 1:- ~ Ll & '- )t la '::.' F I > a I l m u <'T:*11 i mv r w p i'
,beI il Itrnai ionmal Sunday *S('f100il .A!-:o rox d,'re.r t~ e ~~ 'li'm i''tan i~t'e'i-

'iv T). Tillm an of At Iania xx ill also itt' ( cast' 4,1f 'i oT b'I'l e t a\ or x clt t ii illf' day' aimul Sat urda v for ( tlv k l ne th To Oil \\edne14sklay II( and d a ti 101iitl 'iu lati n i a s t t i

- IndcV qrho, f#11n.win~v arv tipnflivers .: ovon i,1or tha~n I ho ecurt hnecraw hv ix lj)[if~thiis way. Inii a io't 7: 3 0 p. m.he: i ardaj'rc frh


:i'-!''~'- t' '.;!L2i't I Bii P h iIlItPG.
n- !'n0 r I n!*lfx' stl~d'q) at the

Card of Thanks
'T'Ia...1-Ot'-!'- tf t*-e-Opnif-'deracY

Pt Wi!' lit. We rr'~mt fOcalia
f' 'r 'heir 1'A '' ptrtmaze or the ad-

P. ,l.! f,)- V i .1 '~ :' to all the
!A *'.w .r '.Ii'rparts o
a au:'a ~I,,H -pro f-- r attrac-tive
I~itd' -tin t) i .ho r,.; who in any
I m1,iannr eontn'itiut'rl to the success of
1the'- .\'vsrtki-im ('arnixal or Trade's
E,1-'r8 v ganza.



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The BalUmore Manuteturer's Re-
cord. talking of the conditions through
which we art mnow ptng, ay s there
is a great deal of silly cant and hum-
buggery by Ume who say that this
condition is necessary in order that


We call the attention of Editor Jor-
dan of the Punta Gorda Herald to
the tact that the other day Governor
Hoke Smith of Georgia, n declining


Mr E. W. Irvine. candidate for rail-
road commissioner, boarded an Atlan-
tic Coast Line passenger train last
Saturday at Plant City for Tampa.

to interfere with the death sentence but was unable to secure a seat be-
of a murderer in that state, used this cause of the crowd already aboard.

the country may reach a basis for language: "I do not believe it to be


It n mow sugested that Editor
L Ligtle be made president of the
koo preos" Does not the sugges-
t imply the very iromy of fate?

O g GouMld'a road-the Interna-
SSm wl and Great Northern Railway-
SIB I te hands of a receiver for hay-
41a atltod in the payment of in-
I= Nt on boads.

P;es ent Roosevelt talked to the
0 Ptora om the 26th. He declared
Ot be would not let up in his war
*IGte rottenness and corruption.
r The AsoclaUom wiU meet next year
is Oklahoma City.

S The Tampa News says that three or
ftw hundred carloads of cabbage are
I ttg In the fields in South Florida
Sbeca-e they will not pay the cost of
I tn- 'rtatkm. and yet in the crowded
S e o mn, women and children are
V bgmnfta to feel the pangs of hunger.
S~uWtamaly thisng are out of Joint.

S Ocala is to have a new government
I boIMing and the citizens are in doubt
f. to the best place to erect it. Bring
SIt to Orlando and you can place it any-
S.where.-Orlando Reporter. We hav-
J a bi. beautiful lot on which to locate
Sthe building, and do not want to spoil
SIt by placing it off to one side. That's

Mr. Jeff Lamar of Monticello. broth-
t of Congressman Lamar. was in
Ocala yesterday and registered at the
i a O House. Congressman Lamar is
I, a adidate for United States senator
a -i will be with us on March 7. Mr.
I Lammr says that his brother is mak-
In aa fine ra-e, and unless all signs
Sfa, will be trluWiphant. Come out
-d bear him on the 7th.

We hear much of the "machine" in
1' Prlda politics, but we hive never
b ef able to locate it.-Pensacola

Another de&r little innocent lamb.
Sme newspapers are really too unso-
^I coated for this wicked, sordid
W ed of ours. No "machine politics
I Plorlda. Doesn't the innocence
ef the gestion freeze you?

Te editor of the News has received
u ram f lstalhent 6f government
v ta se ee ftra the new senator,
a kR. Wtli James Bryan. Under
SdCeiumtaoes it would be the
11 t odstesf y. if not rank in-
r ltm e for u, to hand him a lemon.
I Yet that's all we ave left in the
e of "Wden sa."-Palatka
%wu The -boy somator." or "baby
| *ar." s he is sometimes called,
U S 20t eves Imme4 us a lemon. But
we 6 g es It's eomeei.

Mr. John W. Stevens, "the old
ld- by" of Fort McCoy. was in to
m Us Monday, a0d aays that the peo-
9f at bin seItDOm are feeling mighty
O t l and 4 hopeful. The Rentv
'183m0 Is n ow within one half mile
S e te scool house; the great Rents
Sl e is M Oa the way from Gear-
I' the turpentine retort plant
he Mesmr. Oaram.is is n course of
,~ctWI-M. Mr. Stevens says that
AN Pt McCoy has m aore life than it has
h.ad. Sbe expects to become a
4@88" =

true prosperity. How hollow and
mocking, it says, are the sounds!
It points out that less than one year
ago In all sections of the country,
north, east, south and west, there was
abundant work for every man. La-
borers were not in search ef work,
but work was In search of laborers.
There were no tramps. There was no

hobo army. HIow true it is that in
times of prospeirty the courts are not
busy trying vagrants. Tramps and
hobos disappear as mist before the
genial warmth of the rising sun. It is
a reflection on American manhood to
say that those possessing healthy
bodies, stalwart frames, strong arms,
lithe and sinewy limbs, refuse to labor
when they have the opportunity of
doing so. When mills shut down. fac-
tories close, employes in all occupa-
tions are discharged, it is then that
the tramps and the hobos and the
beggars fill our land. But when the
factory wheels begin to revolve, the
furnaces begin to roar, the sparks
from the anvil and foundry become in
evidence, the hobo army disappears
and is quickly incorporated in the ac-
tivities of labor.
There are no longer hungry people
crying for bread.
So these facts belie the statement
that any vast number of American
people are naturally idle and vicious
and to labor at all they must be sent
as vagrants and criminals to the chain
What has brought on this miserable
condition of affairs?
The Manufacturer's Record says:
"We have denounced t'.,? railroads
and the corporations; we have made
the general public believe that every
corporation is dishonestly managed.
and as a result the song of prosperity
has turned to a wail of woo and pov-
For the authors of tiv, panic this
Baltimore publication says that we
must look to many state legislatures,
to many political agitators every-
where who have seemed to vie with
each other in seeking popular ap-
plause. regardless of the ruin wrought
by their work And when prosperity
does return, as it surely will under
the leadership of our captains of in-
dustry and finance; when men do
again find employment, and thp hun-
gry mouths are once more filled with
nourishing food. not the authors of
this poverty, but the railroad builders.
the bankers who finance the great
railroad undertakings, the men who
develop the vast iron and coal and
copper interests will be the ones. and
the only ones. who are able to lead us
out of want and hunger and poverty
into the glad and glorious sunshine of
It seems to be true that the greatest
curse to our land Is the small-fry pol-
iticians and the pee-wee newspapers
who pretend that they are the friends
of the laboring people and have no
more sense than to think that to show
their friendship for them they must
make war on those industries and en-
terprises that give employment to la-


Asked if elected governor would be
abide by the recommendations of the
county executive committee and the
primaries, Mr. John N. C. Stockton
Ues a good many strings to his an-
swer.-Ocala Banner.
Probably If Mr. Stockton had been
asked would he abide by the law, the
response would have been a ready
yes. The law and recommendations of
county committees do not always jibe.

the duty of the governor to substitute
his opinion for that that of Judges and
juries. It is in the court house and
not in the executive office that guilt
should be determined." That certain-
ly sounds well, and it will give the
Punts Gorda editor a fine chance for
another whack at the Florida pardon-
ing board on general principles.-
Pensacola Journal.
Governor Hoke Smith's conclusion
does not sound so well to us.
For instance, the pardoning board
of Florida is composed of the govern-
or, attorney general, the commissioner
of agriculture, the comptroller, and
the superintendent of public instruc-
tion, men elected for their intelli-
gence and fairness. Removed from
the scenes of excitement, possessing
no bias nor prejudice in the casc.s
brought before them. why cannot
these men, with all the facts before
them. review these cases with impar-
tiality and arrive at just conclusions
even more so than the average juries.
swayed as they often are, by local
colorings and prejudices?
We have no criticism to make of our
pardoning board, and feel it a pleasure
to hold up its hands, because we feel
that it is not moved by sordid nor im-
proper motives.


United States Senator Philander C.
Knox. of Pennsylvania. says that we
should immediately set about the,- syvs-
tematic and comprehensive improve-
ment of all ports and waterways that
are or can be made commercially trib-
utary to the Panama canal: that the
maximum depth of the canal should '1,e
fixed at the minimum depth, of the
chalnne!s of every seacoast harbor of
commercial magnitude or capable' ot
commercial mnagnitudo; tha; all th-
rivers of tbe Mississippi basin should
b)e improved to the highest standard
of economic utility possible for them.
and that the lake region should be giv-
en access through them to th,? Isth-
mian canal and the Pacific by modern
and adequate canals.
Senator Knox correctly argues that
the carrying out of such a program is
the immediate requisite of securing a
full return from the great investment
on the Isthmnus, and indeed of giving
the canal its full traffic and revenue
That consideration in addition to thr
larger importance of cheap water
transportation for general commerce
and industry. Upon no other factor
than the improvement of our harbors
and waterways does the expansion of
our commerce so largely depend, and
thoughtfull students of the situation
will agree with Senator Knox that the
most remunerative investment of na-
tional funds that can be made is the
expenditure necessary to bring to its
utmost economic capacity every har-
bor capable of commercial utility and
every river able to furnish a route for
industrial or agricultural products and


In addition to having a republican
governor of Kentucky. we now have
a republican senator from that state.
Any democrat, other than Governor
Beckham. could have been elected,
but Mr. Beckham refused to give way.
He sent for Mr. Bryan to assist him in
his canvass, and stiffen the backbone
of his friends, and inflame them to
stand by him, putting individual inter-
ests above party interests, and the re-
sult is that the party has been badly
crippled in the home of its friends.
Kentucky has been the victim of
very sorry and wretched politics.
Unless a halt is called to the ma-
rhi otA m .t .1 1- lZ ..w i. ..

Mr. Irvine refused to pay fare, declar-
ing that the law expressly provides
that no fare shall be demanded when
a seat cannot be supplied. The con-
ductor was insistent for payment of
the fare. which the gentleman finally
paid, under protest, taking a receipt
for it. declaring that he would carry
the matter into the courts."
The above item. taken from the
Live Oak Democrat, is not all politics.
by any means, Mr. Irvine is thorough-
ly familiar with the railroad laws of
Florida respecting both passengers
and freight, and as a traveling sales-
man he has always insisted on his
rights. This matter will not be his
first appearance as a complainant be-
fore the courts or the State railroad
)onimission. He will make a "hot"
member of the commission, for the
rPason that he will stand for the en-
:'orcement of law.-Palatka News.
This item taken from the Democrat
was not intended as "politics," but as
news. \VWe think Mr. Irvine's conten-
,ion for the enforcement of law.
however, is correct. Any law that is
not worth enforcing. or is found to
be be injust in it.z ,.nforcenient, ougbhr
to be taken off the statute books, and
not allowed to stand a- a dead letter.
-Live Oak Democrat.
How different from the "olden
When the (Concord stages were in
operationn capable of carrying twelve
or fiifte'n pass.-ngers. which w,
thought represenrf.gl a dazzl:n- sight
of progress and rapi i transit, anil
which we thou;;ht placed the, I'nit.-d
States ahead of all other naT iols ofthe
vu orid. )assIi r wt-'l \ for'od rto ,.
g-a', ; tl.*ir seats far in altva!,-,. indi
'f for anty reason ono f.ii,-.i 0) ;ake
*iis nic ssary prica.i i(Iin. si :,lti::,^
x would he ,etain dl :ir sot litil.-
,;Titrv" inn fo r n whif5- v -.,k ,c i-,)r,.
and he did not do half as uc-h kick-
ins as th, [ pass p v!, -.-hi' Io'" l;:. -
stand upI) for ;i f'ew mi'if o)n ac..)';o.n
of some extraordinary occasion or oc-
currence. perhaps ir nmay i, f,,r a
picnic or a funeral.
Tn th-, "olden timn;s" if a oasst-ner
occupied more than one seat lie paid
for as many as he occupied, and he
(id so willingly.
There was very little kicking done
In those days and men it seems were
possessed with more patience. They
took life easier and were ju.-t as b1ap-
We remember that on one occasion
Mr. Anderson Mayo. a gentleman who

tipped the scales at 9,i6 pounds, was

a passenger from Palatka to Ocala.
He was going to his home in Hernan-
do county He could not squeeze him-
self Into one seat. or if he had done
so it would hive been quite uncom-
fortable for himself and his fellow
passenger, so he was forced to pay
for two seats, the price being ).,.
Thirty dollars for fifty miles!
If a modern traveler had to pay one-
tenth of that sum to travel the same
distance, he would raise a howl that
would be heard from Pensacola to
Key West.
In the "olden times," too. it took all
day to make the trip from Palatka to
Ocala. Now it takes only a few hours.
We cannot account for so much
kicking nowadays unless it is because
we are pampered too much.
We have seen trains pass and re-
pass our city time and again, with
nearly every seat unoccupied, but if for
some extraordinary cause some one
time the coach should happen to be
crowded, and one or more passengers
be forced to stand for a greater or
lesser distance, we do not think that
the railroad company should be com-
pelled to put on an extra car for their
express accommodation.

"In ,xchang- th-refor the Triistee.
Laive paid the suni of $125",*1., in cash.
and given a deed of 37S.),o, acres of
cfrtitlfd lands, and another deed to
;.,',l aeres in lieu of certified lands.
or tli't ,' ii a(r 't iin total"--Starkt,
T, 'lfraph.

A,.\-;d Capitain Van Schaick. on the
)'in-k of Tht. H rave. .,,nr to prison for
Y4 y-ar h-s' lalits of t l, (-(ijneral Slo-
lit di;-a.ter. is a strikingly pathetic
t t'.. Hils cats,- i, all tili- mOre pa-
iltntic l)iale 1h is tht sole suffert-r
:) thl I law.- )onalty among ihe many
wii,j we, ri liy as r-sponsible as he
was-b.rL owne.rs. of the old d,'ath-trap.
:or in-tance.-Tanmpa News.

Religious circles throughout the
state will be interested to learn that
Rev. J H. Tharp is the new editor of
ihe Southern Bapti.;t Witness, organ
of that denomination in Florida. Mr.
Tharp is a very pungent and aggress-
ive writer who can give and take
"'apostolic knocks and blows" in a
way to make the laity. Baptist and oth-
erwise, keenly interested in bis work.

-Pensacola Journal.

Take down the old shibboleth from
Its hook on the wall and sharpen it
ui): dust up the Roorback: tune up
the- slogan; dig out the gum shows:
set, the hair-trigger on the landslide.
for the dogs of war have been let
loose and the kentry is to be saved
once more yet. Politics have come to
Florida to stay until the leaves begin
to fall. Trouble has done busted out
-Orlando Sentinel.

What kind of human hell-cats do
they have in charge of supposed-to-be
hbimane institutions anyway? Here's a
story of an assistant matron of a chil-
dren's home in Ohio. who. because of
some trivial offense. drove a tack
through a little boy's tongue. Our
charitable and corrective institutions
need a close watch kept on them. Here
in Florida sad tales of cruelty have
gained currency. Eternal vigilance is
the price of the proper conduct of
such places, and it should be exercis-
ed.-Lakeland News.

The Recorder congratulates the
Pensacola Journal In secuuring the
services of "Old Man" Joe Dicksom,
one of the best newspaper men in the

.'iin. Manatee Record. S-

Miereor. Lak.- 'itvy R-porr.'r. P,-n.i
"oia News. Pulk Contrv R-cor,.. rh-
Jlacksonville M-tropoli-.. Tampi
Times. Miami Metrop)lis and P-n.,.,
cola Journal. are apparently anx.o'i
to apply for membership.

Tho supreme court of T-xas has mi
stained the Judgmnut of the Ioe'
courts for $1.6,M,.(4. damages an.l
ouster from the 9tate against the 'Wa
ters-Pierce Oil Company for violation4
the anti-trust laws.

Ttoe new editor of tae Jaip'r Ban
ner of Libert says he has no aspira
tions to be a newspaper man. He n-~,.d
not be alarmed. There is no danger -
Wau'hula Advocate.

It is said that for every gallm .,.
water that runs under Au ustia .
bridge, another gallon of >moetbin4
else runs over It from Nor-h Augliari
--Atlanta Journal.

Last week while Goorgian w-r
coughingg through snowtrifts th h-,.
'impled. rd-headleid gir!s of Apalarh
'ola wers- our in the hrtgli wun'..hin-
tstening to the caro)is ,f the. 4w."
ioted ock-kin birds -- A.palari ea
Pi Mes.

S. Feinborg has bought a o*w ga-
olene engine for his boat and wi:
have it installed at once H*. ha,
promised to take the editor out 4M a
cruise on the Withlacoxhe whb.n
his arrangements are porfe.toi -
Dunnellon Advocate.

There is a woman in DeSoto no ary
who has In her pleasant home a piano,
that she bought with her ch-kom
money, and Sh. e,-.i. ,. ,6_.-



The Tallahassee papers having fal-'
ed to give the details of the compro-
mise between the L. & N. Railroad
Company and the trustees of the In-
ternal Improvement Fund. Mr. I. B.
Hilson. a former Tallahasse news-
paper man. furnishes the Jacksonville)
Metropolis an extended account of the
transaction. Mr. Millson's article fills
three or four columns, but he con-,
cludes with a summary of the traans-
action as follows:
"In other words, the negotiations
have embraced a settlement and dis-
missal of the two suits instituted by
the L. & N. R. R. Co.. the satisfaction
of the final decree for $251.004 in
money, the dissolution of the injunc-
tions enjoining the use of the $2o4),'4)0
,n the hands of the tr-.istes., the dis-
missa. of the suit and dissolution
if the injunctions in the case of the
s-outhern States land & Timber Co .
the d'slnii s-ai of th, two suits andI
cross-bills tiled by tihe Wisner Land
(Co.. as assignee of the claims of the
Fl)orida Southern Ry. Co.. the South
Florida Railroad Co.. the J. T. & K.
W. Ry. ('Co.. and the Silver Springs.
Ocala & Gulf Railroad Co..and the as-
signment and conveyance to the State
Board of Education, at the instance of
'he Trustees, in recognition of its
claims for lands previously sold. of
approximately 40.ifM) acres of lands
heretofore contracted by certificates
to b deededil upon the issuance of
patenrs to the state of Florida. and
l,SIt,. i") acres of open residuary







An the Time-Tortunine Eczema
Covered Her Bod y-Cld MNot
Sleep-Doctor Said Sores Would
Last for Years-Skin Now CeOw.


I take great pl.asire In telling yna
what a grVat help it wan fr r to um
Cuticura Soap and Cuticura Ointment
for my baby niece. She was sufferng
from that terrible torture e wma. It
was all over be.- body but thewornt woo
on her fare and hand*h. Her hands wem
o bad that she could not h.,ld anything.
She cried and cratched all the time and
could not hilef'p night or day from the
scratching. I had her under thea dw-
tor's care forI a year and a half and h.-
gpomed to do her no goda I took htr
to the. .t doctor in the Itv and he maid
thac sahe would have the s or until *ho,
wa,. qil voram old. But if I had do--
rndted on the doctor my haha wouh d
have lot, her mind and a hndi from th.
want of aill.
LI uluwd all the rorEnt,I,n- that. tVP-.
bodv t.ld m e about and I t1rt1)'ir th-
chil a1 m 4 1t *t l T) .. T I'.
the paper how Cutcura wa. th. t,
for irritating skin. I t hihg l hpsr with
warm water and Ctit'ura Suap and .meoi
th< ('liticurs Ointrwn-t. She-6 wa'a tirw-l
in three rnnths. Nw*x her skin Li M
clear and ,rn)th as it culil b--. I 4ha,
rtNornmend the ude of COt ito-irawherv*r
I ,*- the skin in bnad ()flndition. Alirw
L. t Dow all. 47-M )naritn Ave., St. A.u,,'w
ilU.. May 2 and ..0, 1t07.'

Cuticura Removes Dandruff and
Soothes Itching Scalps.
'Warmr .4hatmnpo"-4 with Cliticirao.p.
and ,liidt d! '-- n l i .h ( 'itit .ira. prt--
vent (l ry. tin, an. fallinit: hair. rpmov-
rl-- 'K, sca!'t s, and la -rlr'.iff. d f i tr,'*,r
hair para-'i'' '.. ,t i. irri tat, -ln. it hsr."

pc irfi.|,, v : .s.sT' .nulat :1 .* : i f. >llifl *. ',
l^.) *n th *r"i af' p skin, s'. 'l .-iv tt'v,.,h* r.4
Twirh e"."rov anl no'fr.-Ltni-nt. and
riake tlif hair zr Pw iin; a a swpet,
wh -l#-, ie, ho'nliv scalp when aiL
oth *r tr-atmen fa.,Li.
r.,mro'pp Ex-'rr'a nl !,,o16'^T ; r* mntfr
F' Ar III'inr t*lr'. I' ". in' i '*t-.Q-
sit I?" I* i .' *iri"* ') -2.'c< ifl-'' n .-knrr..4<'i.':.
c.'r 0 I'f in 2.';v' tP *f f i H q '* tl'in. ind 4 '.
S r'irz'l ',' n '. '.' 1 F"' 'v Li(eF .rr 4 D r o'u
cr):-' -l ;. i' 4 Hr. *P'.l i -<
sfM."...ej kMee, ('ut ur bk oAJK lOn SiA Dtif
The "cuckoo prt.h.< th Taiiaha.4-.-





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W. B. Lamar,

candidate for United States sena,

tor, will speak in


o clock,

Ocala March


will fully

discuss the political issues of the






., forceful speaker, and should be

greeted with a large gathering.

Ther Ocala RIfles Will be Inspected
March 23
Tw social order for the annual in-
nspctiom of state troops is as follows:
State of Florida,
Office of the Adjutant General.
Tallahassee. Feb. 17, 1908.
General Order No. 4.
1. The annual inspection of the

commanders and all other officers who
may be either accountable or respon-
sible for public military property will
submit to him upon the occasion of
the inspection provided for under par-
agraph 1 of this order, and at such
hour as he may specially direct in
each intsance, all articles which are
considered unserviceable-by reason
of wear and tear or damage, together
with such testimony in the form of

Plorida state troops at their home sta- affidavits in triplicate) as may be
tieos, as provided for under section lied upon by them to relieve the
-4. of the act of congress of January sponsible officer or soldier in all ca
21. 1903. and under section 729 of the Involving damage to or loss of pu
Floria military code., will be made military property.
thi year at the respective armories of By command of the governor.
the several organizations upon the fol- J. CLIFFORD R. FOSTEI
n datea: Major General F. S. T., the Adju
Oeal Riltes. Company "A.' Second General.
Iat-try, Moaday. March 23.
The ceremony of Inspection will HARD ROAD TO DUNNELLO
Oerce promptly at each post at 8
0'etk L iDunnellon, our growing subui
T I bapection for the state will be commerciall city, bugged in almost
vA by the adjutant general, or such a semi-circle by the Blue Spring
ther officer as may hereafter be des- and the Withlacoochee river, anc
Bated. Immediately after the cere- nearly in the center of the phospl
wme of inspection the troops will be belt as to be called the "Phospl
(9tv anneargiA hafrkp t*h jnw

P re-



I so


Pays More for Freight Than Any Oth-
er State in the Union or Adjacent

Jacksomville, Fla., March 2, 1908.
To Florida Growers:
It is not generally known among
Florida fruit and vegetable growers
that this association has filed a com-
plaint before the interstate commerce
commission in an effort to secure
more equitable rates on Florida per-
ishable products to all markets of the
country, and the establishment of car-
load rates and a carload minimum to
eastern markets, and to all markets
i.o'. favored with both carload and
less than carloadrates. The case was
partly heard in Washington. D. C.., on
February 6. 7 and 8, and owing to lack
of time was continued until March 18,
and transferred to Jacksonville, Fla.
In order to show briefly the discrim-
ination against Florida products your
attention is called to the following il-
lustrations, showing freight charges
on various Florida products compar-
ed with freight charge on similar pro-
ducts grown elsewhere, but competing
in the same markets at the same
Oranges per Box From Given Places
to New York City
Cuban, Havana................ 34c.
Porto Rico, San Juan.........261-4c.
Jamaica, Kingston...........31 -2c.
California all districts over 3000
miles.................... .82.8c.
Florida, Arcadia (only 1200....
miles)........... ....... 75 1-2c.
Please note that the railroads make
a blanket or postage stamp rate east
of Denver of 82.Sr cents per box to all
markets oS the United States and Can-
ada. regardless of distance, while the
freight charges on Florida oranges in-
crease with distance.
Pineapples Per Crate to New York
Cuban. Havana ... ... ..... ., -4c.
Porto Rico. San Juan.. ...... 2; 1-4c.
Florida, Delroy (all rail).....80 1-2c.
Pineapples Per Crate to Chicago
Cuban. Havana (via MIobile. .59 1-2c.
Florida, Delray............... 89.6c.
Vegetables Per Chate to Chicago
Cuban tomatoes. Havana......51c:
Florida tomatoes, Boynton. ... 58 1-2c.
Mississippi tomatoes. Crystal
Springs. ...................26c.
Lettuce Per crate to New York City
Louisiana lettuce. New Orleans..43c.
Florida lettuce, Palmetto.......63c.
Vegetables Per Crate to Boston
California celery. Los Angeles.62 1-2c.
Florida celery, Sanford ........63c.
Cucumbers to New York City, Per
Louisiana cucumbers. New Or-
leans... ...... ... ........37 1-2c.
Florida cucumbers, Gainesville. .52c.
The rate is lower from California to
Boston, a distance of over 3000 miles,
than from Sanford to Boston, only
1500 miles.

jeavsy cows auu Uneltre. iney Will
be sold at reasonable prices. E. D.
Boyer & Co., Boardman. Fla. 2-21-4t

Mr. and Mrs. Samuel R. Pyles gave
a family supper Friday evening at six
o'clock in honor of Mr. and Mrs.
Claude E. Nelson, who were recently
married, the bride having been Miss
Nettle Pooser. Only the members of
the Pyles and the Pooser families and
Mr. Herbert Jones, a special friend of
the groom, were present. The dinner
served was a very elegant one and
fully sustained the reputation Mrs.


The regular monthly meeting of the
U. C V. Camp, No. 56 was held in the
council chamber Tuesday forenoon.
In the absence of the commander
and vice commander, Comrade Living-
-ton was called to the chair.
Chaplain Ditton invoked the divine
The following comrades were pres-
J. H. Livingston. acting command-
ed; Adjutant E. T. Williams; Treas-
ured T. D. Lancaster; Chaplain W. L.
Ditto, J. M. Martin, L. P. Miller, H.
W. Long, D. A. Miller, Jos. C. Math-
'ws, W. C. Jeffords, W. Kirkpatrick,
W. D. Eminisor, R. A. Kelsey, T. H.
Haley, J. L Beck, C. C. Stephens, J.
S. Weathers, F. W. Blitch, C. C. Priest,
V. M. Seckinger. B. I. Freyermuth, J.
W. Lyles, R. A. Carlton, E. G. Taylor.
M. K. Mixson, Frank Harris.
Comrade Long exhbited the books
contributed to the camp by Messrs S.
T. Sistrunk and E. L. Wartmann, one
for containing a biographical sketch
of the members of the camp and the
other a list of the officers of the camp
since its organization.
Comrade Miller reported a list of
the honored dead of the camp, the
rame of the company and regiment
to which they belonged, and the date
of death wherever it was possible to
obtain same.
Comrade Long exhibited certain or-
der and record books, which he
thought necessary for the camp, and
the purchase of the same was ordered.
Comrade Long moved that the
treasurer of the camp pay over to the
treasurer of the Dickison Chapter
the sum of $124.74. the amount due
the monument fund.
Comrade Long also moved that a
,-heck be drawn for whatever sum
the camp owes the headquarters at
New Orleans. for annual dues. and
the same he forwarded 10 the lvropl)'r
officials at once.
There being wo further business the'
(-amnp adjourned.


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Millinery Parlors on


Thursday, Friday and Saturday
March 5th, 6th and 7th

to inspect their splendid display of Exquisit
tic and Imported Headgear. We can a
them that nothing finer has ever
been brought to Ocala.

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Ocala, PFla.






WE are better than ever prepared to furnish the
people of this part of Florida with High Grade
Jewelry of All Kinds. Our line of Sterling
Silverware, Cut Glass Novelties, Gold Lockets, Brace-
lets, Rings, Etc., iS large and varied, and must be

Thursday, Friday and Saturday,
MARCH 5th, 6th and 7th
At the Parlors of
Ocala's Leading Milliner

There will be on display a most
complete and beautiful line of im-
ported patterns, as well as those of
her own design. Also a pretty as-
sortment of early spring tailored and
ready-to-wear hats for ladies, misses
and children.
The ladies of Ocala and vicinity
are cordially invited to attend.
There will be on sale these three
days a special sale of Ribbons that
will pay you to see.

Similar comparisons could be made
to all markets in the country, showing
discrimination against Florida on the
part of the transportation companies.
How much longer will the Florida
growers continue to stand idly by and
see the markets taken away from
them by transportation companies that
belong to Florida, owing to her geo-
graphical position? Growers, get to-
gether. Organize local and county as-
sociations, and co-operate with the
state organization in securing compet-
itive and carload rates to which they
are entitled on Florida products to all
markets. Yours truly,
Florida Fruit and Vegetable Ship-
pers' ProtUtive Association, Jackson-
ville, Fla.

M. F. Ballantyne, of Ballantyne &
McDonough's Iron Foundry, Savan-
nah, Ga., says that he has suffered for
years from Rheumatism, and could
get no relief from any source but P.
P. P.. which iuri d him entirelv W-H

Milk. ~ -

Tin)e to Cry a iHalt Before Com-
plete Wreck Results.
There are thousands, both men and
women, who do not take time to eat
properly. They rush through life.
and as a result we have an age of in- I
digestion, nervousness, irritability, I
sleepless nights, and morose disposi-i
tion. Our national danger is stomach
weakness, due to the strenuous life
With the discovery of Mi-o-na tab-
lets, which strengthen the walls of;
the stomach and stimulate secretion
of the digestive juices, there is no!
longer any excuse for indigestion.
Sick headaches, palpitation, yellow
skin and coated tongue are a few of
the many distressing results of indi-
gestion that Mi-o-na never fails to
The Postoffice Drugstore sells Mi-i-
na in 50 cent boxes, and guarantees to
refund the money if it doe riot give
complete satisfaction. 3-4 & 3-6.
Miss Banks of New York City has
accepted a position with Miss Affieck
in her millinery store.
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t o c-n Cemu-paign of l ,"y by; The beautiful home occupied by Mr.
"+ For Sheriff
U I Re* valt, Review of Re- J IR Hewitt. and owned by the Ma- Deocers of Marion
l To the Democratic Voters of Marion
vi oj wec tb to what they Ocaw totally destroyed by fire I hereby announce that I will be a
candidate for the office of sheriff of
"e overment by injunction," 'just before midnight Friday. Marion county in the coming demo-
Sregards the essential princi- The origin of the fire is unknown, cratic primary of 1908.
of LOveramUt in hearty sympa- I respectfully solicit the support of
ofIVn hearty sympa- ~but when discovered the kitchen and the people of Marion county, and if
O 'th ltbr remote skin-clad ances- a portion of the main body of the elected to this office I pledge an hon-
w 1o lived in caves, fought one est and impartial administration of
Mther with stone-headed axes and housee was enveloped in flames, and the duties of said office.
e the mammoth and woolly rhinoc- the occupants had barely time to es- Respectfully,
s. They are interesting as rep- cape with their lives. JOHNP. GALLOWAY.
mtilg a geological survival, but they Mrs Hannah Rawls,the motherof For Representative
we dangerous whenever there is the Mr. Sam A. Rawls and Mrs. Hewitt, At the request of a number of citi-
inMt cance of their making t prin-was an occupant of the house and was zens. I have decided to make the race
Sti buriepdr pat o suffering from a stroke of paralysis at for representative, and solicit your
of this agethe time, but Mr. Hewitt and several support in the primary of May 19.
Mr present Ufe. the tme, but Mr Hewitt and several 1968. and will greatly appreciate the
(rom the "Campaign of 1896- byothers, who came to his assistance, same. W. D. CARN.
Theodore Roosevelt.) got her from the burning building
Furthermore, the Chicago Conven- very comfortably and she is now at For Superintendent of Public Instruc-
th racked the supreme court. the Ocala House. She stood the shock tion
tI attacked the supreme court hereby announce my candidacy
and fatigue admirably.
Again this represents a speciess of ata- an at ad for the above named office. I shall'
I'm-that is, of recurrence to the Mr. and Mrs. Hewitt and Mrs. Rawls sincerely appreciate the support at,
of thought of remote barbarian lost all their furniture and wearing the coming democratic primary elec-1
S ostirs. Savages do not want an Iapparel and their money, Mrs. Rawls tion of everyone interested in the ad-j
1sghs o$2. he"n Sa e vancement of our educational inter-
dependent and upright judiciarylsing the sum of $20 There was nests. I should le glad to meet every
d n d uprigh udiciary'i *insurance on the furniture. Some of voter in the county belftre the el r-
71ey want the judge to decide their otr in e coun orte ec-
'the furniture was vry antique and tion and discuss school inaiters with
way, and if he does not th#.v want to,
Wy ad if be does not thy had been in the family for nian ears him. and if I fail to (lo so iTr will be
behadb n. e(.ausc nmy ac'tivf sc-ho)ol work rfoil
fcthemd him. ,.i Tbre was an insurance on the build- I it' in)>' aciv school wxo "n-
(From "The Campaign of 1896," by i o $ ers it .ni ) tler I wll sti andn
.lh l i n g of 2 41 ) k n o w ."o i a ft e r tn ile( 'c t io n ol
Thcodore Roosevelt.) Te hose wa built v Colonel Mor-; .1. BRINSON.
3r. Watson's followers belong to T
gan. who camie To Ocala fromn New I---i
that school of southern )populists whoa who cam to cala from New
o: Yrk bou fite+n yo-ar ag. Nr.:For Sheriff
believe that the respectable and Coni"- rk a out fiftn a t. Ie'asl-Tul annoFc S esf
S"Was a t ime'a r I H r+vw'etal!lalinoliin' n fa
Inonplace people who own hanks. rail- I-c w candidate, for Th- o()ffi(- of sheriff of;
hv manand was nmtimattlv connect- Mri on n
-roads. dry good,; stores.. factories and; ., Marion counnV.. .inl p)inT Ki) my. roe-;
oads. dr" goods stores. factories a (ed in business with the late, Jaine'oos of ot re Than twentv years rsi-I
the like are persons with many of th,'" Ja den' an o a' justiication
Fi,,k(', who was a ;tartnie'of layI de%-( akinv onIr \l Jst af altion
Mental and social attributes lha t 111n- to1 and wa a \.rv ant,, in askif ., for this ofti(- t' i our hands-.r
pleasantly distinguish tHellogahi)alu-. c. f "lct(d I profmie d O i -saitliftl iert'o.i -,
PNero. Caliula and other worthiO's f p a e man.f 111"s of e fh
N r i Mos. lamis Hewm v >t io l no ricsi'I :s :,) rt'vardll (ir e'!Ii i es t Io
later Rome. Not only do thtey believe a i a i i I t f aneo..' n. p fi'iih. 'i.lS. .. Ii.I.ER. t
this. but the'y say it with. appalling;H i at tini h fi, ni r Fo jebei. ltr i
,I H t'\xjtt at ilietune lt )f11te Hi-, zi 1tii o
frankness. They are \,tr\ si erer a ].'. For Member Legislaturer

are. They are also very suspicious. I tins famild iIiati.-
a rule. o r at heast tit' rank a9i b Iii, The rn o rt ll th ov ;it ,. .!jl i5 ,,, h 5 o y I i f ii.:,rti haZI's, I [i t \x'F', t. (d .IIri a ri 4 -: tj . t v ,, ' rIi # 'X i ( ti t I-I Iti.
(From -The Campaign of 1896." by! 4' 4 1 t : !r1 rs;!''(lI t I ;I 1 0 11u

Theodore Roosevelt WEALTH IN PINE TREES I.. S. i(-IGT.
Mr. Watson would at a blow destroy .
all banks and banker. with a e- Fcr SJperntendent of Public Instruc-.
all banks and l)anker. with a ( 'r Tht (ual andl st- li,.;,u r, ni(ot at tion
flul, albeit vague belief that there .'litt ill it h Vl i a ('tiil,.dn tvih a,ii j ,- O ,it.' VI o i. .- ot M 1i (n miiv. 4
Te was in some abstruse way lennf-it-iwod that is pu1 to lwst l li. This. I u>-,I" a"lll li(<' nV c','Iidlacvy foir'
tag the people at large. And helit wo( ld Th114, t t ,Ui + ,tTti .n ( r, ( tf s i t,,n ('tIt t f )111li
'do it with the simplIe sinceriiv and I-i .T1!1C M I'I I U T 'C (' 11ii 1. l1iOc'atic
do It with the simple sincerity and mian recently, while viewing tihe llln- priatry. and r..esp'c;fillyv solicit v(ouri
faith of an African savage who tries eru nlachinTry ai ihe St. ,olinus sull)port. have h,,n *n a ed in
to benefit his tribe by a sufficiency of Light and Power Company's plants .:.1,(, work of this county for the'
greri .tler j)iuir (of the past se,*ven yearr.-
human sacrifies-Wvorld, grinding iip) pine wood, ivitile t (he res-' andhavp carefully stli(A' the condi-
f~m Print aa~v~t*RMf~~an .and have carefully s utdi:,( the condi-
(From Preident Roosevelt's Message inous qualities thereof ran into a bar-, tio an! ,ilpeds of oti llpresenlt school
to Congress, Jan. 31, 1908.) rel, and the steamed chips rained system. RICHARI) \V. ERVIN.
I again call your attention to the down inifront of the huge boilers County Judge
ed of some action in connection wlich utilize them to generate a pow- T o the Democratiy Eletors of Marion
with *> the abs f {injnction in labor To the Democratic Electors of 'Marion
with the abuse of injunction in labor er that sends a brilliant light through- County. Florida:
*- out the length and breadth of the ,ity. Believing that my record in the ad-
This matter is daily becoming of and then goes skipping off with trolley ministration of the duties of the above
gaver importance, and I cannot too cars for miles and miles in search of office has met with the approval and
will receive the endorsement of the
mgtly recommend that the congress business activity. So much for the democratic electors of Marion county.
ive careful consideration to the sub- substantial qualities of the pine wood. I announce that I am a (candidate for
Ject If some way of remedying the Its intrinsic worth, reckoned into dol- re-election as county judge, and re-
buses is not found the feeling of in- iars, is amazing. A cord of lightwood spectfully solicit your support in the
dgUnation against them among large will yield 1I1 gallons of turpentine, coming primary. JOSEPH BELL
numbers of our citizens will tend to worth full $5, and the value of the or-
grow so extreme as to produce a re- igimnal article as a heat producer, in- For Sheriff
vlit against the whole use of the pro- stead of being impaired for fuel. has I hereby announce myself a candi-
es of injunction, been increased. Then we have the $5 late for the office of sheriff of Marion c
of inuctio county. Florida. subject to the coming t
(From President Roosevelt's Message) output of the wood in turl)entine. free, democratic primary, and promise, if a
If a judge is assailed for standing and the enhanced value of the wood elected, an honest and impartial ad-
ainst popular folly, and above all. for heat producing has almost coun- m*nistration of said office.
2 standing against mob violence, all terbalanced the cost of extracting tlhe J. L. SMOAK.
bmorable men should rally instantly turpentine. WVhat ('an you find that For Tax Assessor
OD his support. Nevertheless, if he will pay for itself for the opportunity Thankin the olof Marion F
,. . *" oi~nunt\ Thanking the people of Marion F,
clearly fails to do his duty by the publ)- of being put to use. We are reliably county for past favors, and( hoping
31c in dealing with lawbreaking cor'- informed that as much as 2S gallms that I hamv merited your further Sill)-
orations, law-breaking men of of turpentine can be taken from nine nport. I respectfully announce myself ti
welth, he. must expect to feel i slumps uder the we(t's h'in, a candidate for re-election to the as- P
it. h, must expect to fe Ithe tnnps nder the pcess ,in l sessor's office. F
weight of public opinion; and this is hy the St. Johns l.it.ht & lPowr ('oli- ALFRED AYER. a
bit right, for except in extreme cases pany. Then who will bemoan thei
this is the only way in which he cap world of pine stullmps that beset his For County Commissioner ff
be reach.?d at all. land? Ii vo are o in a posion teli v aoun('e nimyself a candi- t
d(t1, tot', on" t commissi(onr for the di
(From President Roosevelt's Message) market tls< .iinups jus n low. lI' 2(,listt. and rscfully solicit
The apologists of successful dishon- them aloue- il.v!l stay nii ti' the<.-Il sqIrt of the democratic( voters e
ty always declaim against any effort a'roind li1he go dl in a 1,;titI. ;and can aT tlth ('(on in ii imary.
to punish or prevent iton the 1 DIt B ECK. t
on the ,gr.1tui ndli l~ dlra 'v I In i l ii a ;t that any such effort will unsettledh buis- St. Augustine Meteor. or School Commissoner 3rd District
iess.'" It is they who b1 tht-ir acis For Silchi(1 Commissoner 3rd District fori
._, 1 , .iIl lln('iu ,c m slltS a candidatee^ for +_
have unsettled business; and the veiry THE PRIMARY IS A LUXURY re-election to the-, office of school coni- o
men raising this cry spend hundreds missioner for ihe :Ird district. su;it-
of thousands of dollars in securiirg It is ajn ; (out(olo<,-. -; o af 'r.-i je' to th(' pl d ,n-t lrati( l)rinary to 1 b lle
N Nld May 19. 19.191, I feel vel ry Ci'al I
by speech. ,litorial. book or pa lnphlett 0l have party to call ityTlf do- l il for the support given i the
,- il i* n uit ] for tit siipiport given me lit ihe
the defense by misstatements ot whai (cratic and yet lax\,e no way provide past, and if my official work neet.s
they have done; and yet wbi.n Intiilic ,'or the pvoplt to eip.s tir sen- o apn)va 11 will appreciate \-()ib
servants correct their nisstatenien is etnts 4-,xcctl) thronilu h tlhie ii'diuiil f v ( t ( and llinfliencet in the ('(CTiiii lri- r
by telling the truth they declaim office-holders and office-seekers, n- mary. JOHN S. GRANTIAM.
against them for breaking silence lest der present conditions the people are For Sheriff t
'values be depreciated." only called upon t( decide between I amn a candidates for sheriff, subject f.
(From President Roosevelt's Message) contestants who shall hold the offices, to the denlocrati(c primary of May 19,

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Van Camps Goods,

are None Better.


A few of them are Big Hominy, Beets, Squash, Soups,

Red Kidney Beans, Worcester Sauce,

Tomato Catsup.


There is no use worrying over what you are going *to have

to eat when you can call on us and get Stringless Beans' Peas,

Succotash, Lima Beans, Corn, Tomatoes, Asparagus, Spinach,

Rheubarb, Sauer Kraut, Pumpkin, Squash, Kidney Beans,

Sweet Potatoes, Peaches, Apricots, Plums, Cherries, Apples,

Herring, Lobsters, Deviled Crabs, Mackerel, Shrimps, Codfish

Balls, Etc. Etc.




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The tax books of 1907 for state and
county will close March 31st. Proper-
ies not paid on by that time will be
advertised for sale.


Tax Collector.

-or Creating a Special Tax School
District at Hurricane Pond
Notice is hereby +iv(yn that an elec-
ion will ibe held at tbh. Hurricane
?ond school house. Marion county.
'lorida, during the' hours of o'()c(loc'k
i. i.. and -sundowin if
Tuesday, April 7th. 1908
rn" the purpose of creating a social
ix school li.strict No. ;;:. rThe sa i l
istriicI to inclid(le1 t1:- f(lol wilg iierri-
)ry:" S actionss 1). 1. 1 4. 1-. 22, 2:.
x(cO)t tlhe southali*st (lilarter. 27, :1.
n1 the we-si half of '; alld :;5,. all in
ownship 11. range It'1. and st'ctions 4
nd ". and Ohe west half of '(ct ioius 2
nd I11 I of t0wni-hIil) 1.5. ranin 19. all
ni Marion county. Flori(da. Aiid to)
lo('t tIIhreI truste'es andI to fix tfix raIt(e
4 niilliw;a, 1i) the le\v ',d and (.cll,,cttd
1r thiei i\V(J WU isthilm aars.

t: \V. 1).' CARN.
Se cre'i tary.

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I will be at the following place on
ime specified to receive tax returns
or 196S:
March, 1908

In the Circuit Court o(if th- Fifth .Judi-
cial Circuit of Florida, in and for
Marion County-In Chancery.
Minnie Marshall. Complainant. vs.
Emmett Marshall. Defendant.-Or-
der for Constructive Service.
It is ordered that the defendant
herein named, to-wit: Emmett Mar-
shall, b. and he is hereby required to
appear to the hill of complaint filed in
this cause on or before the oth day of
April, 191S.
I: is further ordl'red that a o('py if
tliis order he pub li.shed i mnce we-,
to.- four consecutive weeks in tht-
Ocala Banner. a nvew.-papr pli lih.1-d
in said county and stat,..
This 2 1st d iay of F[- riary. l'.1 s
S,. T. S!STItI'NK.
('lertk circuitt (Couirt. aroli C !'!i
By It. I). Ialni'r. 1)
R, B. Ii'U.LOC('K.
2 -1' Co('ni)lIainan' s, So!icito,r

In the circuit t (C o rt of the Fifth .J -
dicial (Cireiit of Flo rid(a in and fr
Marion County-In Chancery.
C. D. D)onnelly. Complainant. s II I,
Anderson. .1. Starr Sternlerig'r, R,-
s.a B. Slernherger. Dfefendant.--( Or
der for Constructive Service.
It is ordered that the defendantss
herein named, to-wit: .1. Starr Stern-
herger and Rosa B. Sternberger. be
and they are hereby required to ap-
pear to the bill of complaint filed in
this cause on or before Monday, the


In the C'ircuuit Cuotrt f'' 'tiI*
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Marioin t'o'nt% In v4tiaia'e.'r
N'u1jamn irS. (artI-.. 'mptaineza',
Alice' IR. IGaviti.;.I kf-n-taw e 4 Of $I*
for C(woasroictvovM 4-r' tee
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OFBIRDS T EI ESTS E G We lift our old hat to Col. Tom Ap-
Dll| l NETS AND EGGS. wpleyard. His county (Columbia)
failed to make any provision for an
maday.-Whoever uses fire arms more than fifty quail in one day. And exhibit at the state fair. The plucky
y huating game or firing at targets no person, persons, firm, corporation, editor got up one on his own respon-
. Sunday shall be punished by im- association or company shall sell. ex- ability, left his business, and within his
soment not exceeding twenty daysPose for sale, or have in his, her or daughter to aid, went to Tampa. He
l 0 ~t ot eceeingtweny dys their possession for sale in this state
or by a fine not exceding $25.00. any wild turkey, quail or partridge. s taid there and talked Columbnia coun-
Plume Birds.-it shall be unlawful It shall be unlawful for any person o \ ty to everybody who would listen. He
for any person to kill in this state, for entrap any quail, except on his own even wrote a piece -o all the papers,
the purpose of sale or commercial enclosed, cultivated premises. For telling how fine the iair was. General
traffic any of the following plume any violation of this law the penalty Gilehrist once (lid just that way. Our
birds. Crane, egret, ibis. curlew, or. is a fine of not less than twenty-five county got a-hauned and th4s year De-
heron. It shall be unlawful for any Idollars or more than one hundred Solo was in Tampa by a big majority,
personto purchase, trade, or traffic in dollars. or imprisonment in the count,- while ihe -'General" had time to look
ay of t plumed bird. herein before jail not exceeding sixty days or less after a mater of pre.sing importance
mentioned. or for commercial pur- than thirty days. Any person or per- .-ju i w W. We are just as patriotic,
roes to purchase. trad.- or traff.c in sons, firm or corporation who shall but lack of two things has always pre-
the plumes or pelfry of the said Pl'i-'shiil, any wild turkey-s. quail or l)ar- nttd our do!11i ,such disinterested
ed birds of the state. Penalty for vio- :dd s 1e-yond ihe limits of the county %work for thet public. Oh. what? Time
lauotin of these laws: A o'n noIt i-x- in wvlhich the. --ani w(.r, killed shall iand mnon,.V. Thret- cheers for "Tonm-
c.Iding three hunMrd o a o i- I( flOt 1,O'v than one huntlr.d US a;.d hlr. : Th(, have both, and
prisonment in thv county jail not .x- oias or less twnt-fiv doll r as othrp
( ),a~so:"les :h n tw-n;--f~o ()!ar:ust," about a..z inuchlt'h'or othor people as:
ceding six months. or he 1m!,ri,::ed in th coCl l j'.il .,ndy W,' 5,:nhow. ..\rcadia Ne as.
Wild Birds--No p.,rsoin .Jiall ", i;- 1 n ioriu than .Jsix ioiT i s or l,'.-s ih.ii -
in the state of Florida. kill or catch ; Ihr.,. molTs. Th*..am(e pn uiltyv will GOOD BROTHER HARE
or have in his or her possession, liv-, ), inIposed ,iol an.> cmninn crri,,. ---i
ing or dead. any wild bird other than or any agent or en:puv-.- of any suIa ty Bro .r a're." ihoI \ (,xtrm,'lv co1s'i-|
a game bird, nor shall purchase, offer* commonn carriers wo l'ail receive (-ntioi.- edito" ot nh' Arcadia News,
or expose for sale any such wild bird for carriage, or pinerit carriage of any prmi(s hi. kindnes of heart to ob-
after it has been killed or caught. No Isuch wild turkey, quail or partridge struct b.is u.al clearness of mind.
struct is u.;alclarness of mind.'
part of the plumage, skin or body of across any county lin,. in this state. H,, writes a hug, eftitorial to l)rotest
any bird protected by this section'Provided, hunters or bInting ) parti.'s ihat the -great developer. Henry M.
shall be sold or had in possession for may tal:c Their gani,0 home with th. i Flagler. who is 7S years of age. is too
sale. in this state,. l)ut not for sale. It i.n old to be lraggod into our present po-
Nests and Eggs-No person shall. unlawful to kill wild ducks. betweu, litical controversies and that some of
within the state of Florida. take or' April 1 and Octoberr 1. Fine not to ox- us are cruel or thoughtless in profan-
needlessly destroy the nest or the eggs ctcEd fifty dollars, or imprisonment no: ing his name in print, as in the pub-
of any wild bird, nor shall have such more than thi,-ty days. or both. `he location of that letter written to Nm:
nest or eggs in his or her possession, i gme birds of this state are: Sw.s:',. by Hon. J.1. N. C. Stockton.

Splume and all other wild birds, also
their nests and eggs, at all times, but
do not include game birds in their
season. The English sparrow, sharp-
shinned hawk. Cooper's hawk. great
horned owl, crow, jackdaw, and butch-
er-birds are not protected by these
Penalty for violation of above laws:
Any person destroying wild birds,
or their nests, or taking their eggs.
shall be guilty of a misdemeanor, and
when convicted therefore, shall be fin-
ed fifty dollars for each offense, and
an additional five dollars for each bird,
living or dead. or part of bird, or nest
or eggs possessed in violation of this
action. or to imprisonment for ten
days or both. at the discretion of the
court. This does not apply to any
Person holding a proper certificate
permitting the holder thereof to take
birds and their nests and eggs for sci-
entific purposes only.
Game Birds-No person or persons
shall have in his or her or their pos-
session, or shall hunt or kill. any wild
turkey, quail or partridge in any part
of the state, save only from the first
day of November until the first day of
March of any year. No person shall
kill more than four wild turkeys, or
more than twenty-five quail, and no
party of two or more persons shall
* kill more than six wild turkeys or

ge,.se, brunt. :.;ck.% Tills. coot. ni;,,,]
hens, galhnules p cv.iz;, snipe, woo-.-
cock, sandpi,-rs. t, -t'ers. curlew,. .
wild turkeys partrdOi-s or quail. tur-
tle doves and ro!)is
To enter upon ti,'o neclosed lands
of another that -:'- p< (ted, to 'vi. (r
fsh. (wnty-fiv, do)ar-
All non-reslilnt., before h' i' ,ig
,'r itam i-i tiis :titie shall ap i "
t- ( lerk of the -itcuit court of the-
county the sail rnci: :'-sident pr):, -e
to hunt in. for a permit to hunt in
said county. Fee. $10. This permit
expires on the first day of March fol-
lowing the date of its issue, and is
not transferable. Penalty for viola-
tion of this law: A fine of not more
than one hundred dollars or imprison-
ment in the county jail not exceeding
ninety days. Provided: That the pro-
visions of this act shall not apply to
counties having special game laws.
Under the Laws of the United States
Birds are also l)rotected by the fed-
eral law known as the Lacey act, or
act of May 21). 1900. This regulates
the shipment of birds from one state
to another. Under the federal law a
fine not exceeding two hundred dollars
is also provided: For the delivery of
any birds killed in violation of the
laws of Florida to any express, rail-
road or steamboat company, or any
other common carrier, for shipment
out of the state.


The editor o the Manufacturer's The Corinne Runkel Company play-
Recrd of altiUmore says that it is ed "The Girl of the Sunny South" last
dffclt to understand how any night to a fair sized audience, and
thogttull human being could have we do not hesitate in saying that this
been misled by such agitation into the company is the equal if not better all
belief that the day of great opportun- the way around than any attraction
ties bad passed. Never in the world's we have had this season. Individual-
history wece opportunities so vast, so ly strong and collectively effective and
limitless, as in this age of marvelous. entertaining. The company should en-
world-wide expansion. Tbe develop- joy a large audience during their stay
meat of machinery, electricity, of rail- here. Each player presents the best
roads, the very vastness of our indus- in his or her cast and it is hardly fair
trial and financial operations, afford to to any member to say who seemed to
the man of ability who can see and essay the role of a star. Several strong
grasp opportunities a hundred chanc-I specialties are put on between acts,
es for every one that the people eofI the strongest of these being "On the
I Road to Kimherlv." and the contortion
the years that are gone ever enjoyed. I wrk o K Re. an cn ot -io
The fortunes of today will be regard-Iwork of La Rose. We cannot g~VC a
Te fortaeside of thdle f~r- detailed critici.mni of the individual tal-
ed as small beside some of the for-
tunes of the future. Contras th nt in Th as but w will do his
wealth of the country with such company the jtis:ie to say that they
weathof"ecoutr wive the noOp' their nl)oney,'- voFilh

Our good brother is assured that,
not a word derogatory to Mr. Flagler
has ever appeared in this pap, r under
its present management. and the )pub-i
location of that letter was made nece5-.
sary to substantiate the chtrg., that
Mr. S:ockton wvas incunsisent in pos-
ing as the p1oe)ls chief friend
againts tlie corporations and at the
same timo seeking to conciliate and
hold the good x ill and support of Mr.
Flagler. who is a noted Standard oil
and railroad mnate.
The letter was not published at the
instance of any candidate, but in com-
pliance, as stated, with the demand of
the Tallahassee Sun that it be produc-
ed. It is nobody's l)usiness how the
copy was procured: it is enough to say
that the Herald wrote to Jacksonville
for i and got it from there.
Finally. Brother Hare should note
the fact that Mr. Claude L'Engle
seems to be 0he only newspaper man
in Florida vwho is printing things de-
rogatory or disagreeable to Mr. Flag-
ler.-Punta Gorda Herald.


Mr. .1. Walker Bishop was notified
Saturday that hc' had been appointed
justice of th peace for the Ocala dis-
trict by Governor Broward and that
his commission would be forwarded
to him as soon as his bond is made
up and approved by the board of
county commissioners.
Mr. Bishop is an admirable young
man and we believe will perform the
duties of the office to the entire satis-
faction of everybody.
There were three applicants for the

The weekly meeting of the Card
Club was held Saturday afternoon,
Miss Esther Weathers being the pleas-
ing hostess. It was the last meeting
before the beginning of Lent, and for
this reason was particularly enjoya-
ble. Every club member, with) the ex-
ception of Mrs. Hardaker and Mrs.
Woodrow, both cf whom are away
from the city was present. Besides
the club members. Miss Byrd Wart-
mann. Miss Margaret Goode, Miss Lil-
ie(, (oidna:ii'r and Miss -Martha Maintn
parni('ipated in the gaines of whis.t.
iliss \Varlnmaii r oi 'ovi, th lucki,',.t
player tamut 1 i.) -i- v--i'i ;rs, and Wiu-
iii a (iec. of (t;iv-i, -. Mi-.s Su-l.i e F)-ri
;itfl Mias latti" Dyve won the c1u1>

Of MANY YEAPS "DC! 1 E B!T F7')L!ON fls'
RESTORESQW-r-TE 1tAPO!" ;-`1 'r::!-i AT~OV;okj5
OPIC t,2 5 C[2ITS A PA"'lAG'
IFPSALE yL~L R:AZ 6R. s'ZjIT5(Ar~vA(ThJQCD tlv
UCiNA' & ST go~, FLA.
I mm mm

T Sower imam
^k No Second Chance
Good sense Fny ; make the most
of the flr.t.

arve made and kept FP'rry Sp edRMi-
ntm the aigt-t in thie i or il-merit tell.
Irerry's Seed Annual for 1908
* tells th- whol.-Srted Storv--ent FREE tort
L the asking. lDonl't sow eds till yua get it.
^L 0. M. FURYT & CO.. OcTmon. Imw.^


lid ~ 77k

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H-htve A fill] 'V!Wj( Of ('l :- (a ik e


to Order

Rhode Ismnd Reds
Barred Rovk-:
Black Minorcain
Coekrells. .3 to $: Each.
Also a few Plymouth Rock Hens, $1
each; and Eggs for Hatching after
February 1, $2 per setting.

Lowell, Fla.

W H 0

This is a presidential year. and ev-
ery man must read to keep posted on
politics. The


(Henry Watterson, Editor)
Is a Democratic Newspaper, but it
prints the news as it develops. One
dollar a year is the price of the

But you can get that paper and the

cala Weekly Banner
Both one year for $1.50
If you will give or send your order
to this paper-NOT to the Courier-

$6.00 A YEAR
$2.00 A YEAR
\W can give you a eominbina;ionu (u
rat,' on ih,,'se if you will writ.

Morioo Hardware




Ocala. Florida.

Molver & Mackay.




Paints and




At the T. WV. SmithI & Co. Old Stand.

Come and see us when in need of anything in
the way of

Farming Imp ements,

Wire Fencing,

Stoves, Pumps,

Guns, Ammunition,

Sash, Doors,

Blinds, Paint, etc.

n fact, everything usually carried in a first-
class Hardware Store.

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Knight-=Martin Co.


These laws

protect gulls, ierns.:

American Wire Fencing,
Sash, Doors and Blinds
Paints. Oils and, Varnishes,
Mill and Mining Supplies,
Turpentine Snpplies,
Improved Farming Tool 3


Marion Hardware Company



House Furnishings Parlor Suits
Rugs, Art Squares and Mattings. In Leather, Upholstered and .11

Bed Room Suits Dining Room Suits
In Mahogeny, Birch, Birdseys of all klnd*-Mehogany ,andC M
Maple and Oak. China an

Mission Furniture Comphn annd CGobk
in all the different finishes Odd Pleoea

All Kinds of Bed and Table Linens, Lace Curtains, Parttd
and Upholstering Goods
Heaters, Ranges, Cook Stoves
Full Line of Up-to-date Pictures, framed and unframed, and Phs-
ture Mouldings. Full stock of

Farm and Turpentine Wagons, Buggies, Harness aid Suiim
Exclusive sale of the best wagon on earth-the Studebaker.
And carry the very best line of Highii (iraslh Buggies and Carriagm.

LuteriulFlintkote IRoofing, O l

\'AIIl P.per. A .IIAhstj111t.alltN IV~Iite'.Wall l'aints.
n !-.xi e it-; a ,r:i i. 11rA11 Wi i! not be wideri'oit t and will please


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Stiek. Urno. Cement. Pla-;ter,
Ilair. Lath.






Eighteen and a Half Blocks In Extreme Northeastern Section
dof the City Were Reduced to Ashes, Causing an Esti-
mated Loss of Six Hundred Thousand Dollars

Tampa, Fla., March 2, 1908. Twenty-five hundred people, mostly
fn-lIll to the Ocala Banner: cigar makers and their families, are
b .i.w.innn vate-rtv at 9 a m rendered homeless, while one thous-

a continuing until 1 p. m., des
ad extreme northeastern section
Of city, laying waste fifty-five a
r degbteen and one-half blocks,
p9tly destioyjia 308 houses, in
t the cigar factories of M. Sta
ta & Company, Esberg, Gumn
ftI, Pemmndez & Bros., M. Per
SGosmlez, Fisher & Co.
Tal lows estimated at $600,00



To the Public, and Particularly
Voters of Marion County:
In asking your support for the
Ice of sheriff of Marion county, I
O say that I feel deeply the res
aftiUty of the poistion. Having
a fair experience in such an o0
well knowing the duties attache(
the same and knowing that the 1
of our land are paramount to our
yess and welfare if they are f:
Sfy executed and carried out, v
cat fear or favor on the part of t
sncutive officer, then their rights
wefare will be properly protected
I am no stranger in your midst
y record for years past has 1
San open book before you; an
SIt Is the wish of the majority of
mcratlrc voters of Marion count
inmate me for sheriff I will proi
f faithfully discharge the duties
Office with discretion and im
This nominating primary mean
West deal. It means who shall be
d for at the fall election to hold
e. eral offices in national, state
a e ty affairs. But do not vote f
on account of friendship,
sainst him for some imaginary
Soal wrong, but vote for the
L whom you conscientiously bI,
ennerve the best interests of our
O, state and county.
I would regret very much not u
diMe to meet every voter in Ma
Snaty, but if 1 should fail to see
& B it will be an oversight, not ir
Unsa and I hope to see you all
Save this document in case I
y er nominee to confront me wit
SI fll too far short of what I proi
and advocate. Respectfully.


One "Sweet Briar," writing the oth-
er day to the Ocala Banner, paid Gen-
eral Albert W. Gilchrist a most grace-
ful and truthful compliment. The
Ocala Star, commenting on the letter,
declares, "We are confident we can
name who 'Sweet Briar* is, and Gen-

What is Going on in the Land of the
Orange and Tomato
Summerfield growers are getting;
ready to plant their watermelon crop.
Celery has been selling at Sanford,
this week for $1.25'f2 f. o. b.
Tr-f . .. l- -



W, Lamar,

eral Gilchrist should feel honored by Boaroman g,'owers are tippingg
such substantial support, a support some very fine lettuce.
that means influence and votes, and if O.D. Pratt of ro' ee candidate for U nited State
he has enough 'Sweet Briars' over the is plaiaL.-gtvet -Cs I )( i peit
htate. such as sing his praises in Ma- es. tor w il s ea in ,c,
rion, he is the une-xt governor of Flor- Joe tari- '1 .h as, a rtr w il ,p eai in O
ida, sure as shooting." Now, the Tri- crop of cabbag .. Ji is nowshiP,-
bune is igornant as to the personality in 7 at 11 o c
of this inr'ividual with otti,.,- 11 7 at Oi A

M.. MI Lutz.. .. ...... . ..." t...l [L rc -, , Reports frim ,in i :tre tiat last
gtroy- and others are thrown out of work. nom de plume, but feels convinced it Friday's cold siuap dlid no daun.age t o ,
was a poet who penned the !in( s. Here vegetables.
n of Besides factories, there are six sa- they are: Prospects at For M(Ccy are excel-."
S loons"P twelve restaurant a number Perusing the Ocala Banner we no- lent for a good peach crop.
acres, loons, twelve restaurants, a number ticed, 'Newspapers Supporting Gil- A turnip weighbing 1, pounds is on daV.
corn- of boarding houses and over 250 chnrist' There was quite a large num- exhibition at Ki.;simme,. it was
ber, and ended with 'possibly the grown by C. D. Carroll.
dlud- dwelling houses burned. Ocala Banner and others.' The Talla- At Cocoa the orange t-rees are full C
ickel- Relief work was organized at once, hassee True Democrat has openly an- of new growth and are showing signs
nounced for the 'Gentleman from De- of a heavy bloom.
st & and the board of trade has sent out an Sooto.' Let our Banner wave in honor Bowling Green orange shippers re- tOrC
of one of whom no man is able to port good returns for their fruit and
e & appeal to outside world for help. speak i, one who believes in adminis- also some f. o. b. demand.
E. D. LAMBRIGHT, tearing the affairs of the state in the New Smyrna growers claim that green
i interest of the people taken as a they can raise better lettuce than can
0. Of Tampa Tribune, whole, and who recognizes no privi- be produced at Sanford.
,,__leged classes and individuals in a pop- Nick Rogers of Kissimmee hs --
ular government. Wave our Banner about 400 crate- of celery, which he
ground where his mangled body was in his honor, Editor of Ocala. Having expects to commence shipping this John
found showed that he had fallen be- been at the same state fairs he was week.
Y tween the tracks, observed, and proved worthy of note, The strawberry season at Starke is
The ground was dug up. showing being generous hearted, noble-minded, earlier this season than usual. Shtip-
the plainly that Chaille had fallen from fine looking, debonair-a perfect gen- ments are heavy and the growers are i
the planly ta hai hd A fetleman worthy of being next governor getting good prices for their fruit.
the top of a car After making that of our lovely Land of Flowers." Melrose orange (rowers are prepar-
L of- discovery the impression prevailed Verily, those are four strikingly ing to forward their crop of June
wish that while walking from car to car he complimentary adjectives which bloom oranges which are coloring fast. on Ci
pon- lost his footing on the frost-covered "Sweet Briar" employs, and how aptly There will b), about ,MI boxes to go
adothey lead up to that word, "gentle- from there.
had car and fell betw een the cars. n a T r e i sIN 0 X
e. His body had been run over across an." True, most true, "Sweet Briar." Prof. C. A. Plarkr of Soc:'unm, near NO
ce. His body had abeen run over acrsG (;;lchrist is worthy to be the "next Bartow, says strawh.r 'i,, are verve
d to the middle, and all that held him o- governor of our lovely L.and f Flow- plentifl in is ,ihhrhe, and that
laws gether were his clothes. Justice of ers," and what is more, the Tribune large quantili,,., are I)(iniz shi,,ed -r
hap- the Peace L. D. Howell was notified I.rophesies he will be. You might fancy prices. ,,-
&ith_ LL& --iir vo n i -

d if
y to
s of

is a
or a


o be
h if


Uleyd Chaille is Crushed to Death Un-
der Car Wheels on the Day of
His 29th Anniversary
Lloyd Chaille. a Southern Railway
2rc t conductor, met a horrible
&th Saturday morning by being
erhed beneath the heels of a
0Mlht car. The unfortunate accident
tpend near the corner of Main and
Sow teeth streets, where the tracks
mom the county road.
ChalUe was employed regularly as
a freight conductor, but Friday be de-
ded to work extra and was running
M frot brakeman on train 51, from

and, hurrying to the scene, ne impan-,5 .'ouur e-e u'e r i% astoi (oIdin
elled a coroner's jury. which, after and sinle out for examination each
hearing the testimony of the members individual it contains, and i\e warrant
of the train crew, brought in a verdict not one wouli meet the requirements
to the effect that Chaille met his of the hour as does Albert Gilchrist to
death by accidentally falling between be clothed with the dignity and re-
the cars. No blame was attached to sponsibility of chief executive of the
anyone connected with the train, commonwealth.
Sad Feature of Death There is talk ad nauseam about "the
One of the saddest features in con- people's man." It is a term applied to
nection with the death of the young every young (or old) hopeful who
man was that his twin brother, Mr. launches his ambitious career upon
Floyd Chaille, of Miami, had only ar- the sea of popular favor. It means
rived here Thursday, and was to have nothing. It may be the cry of the
spent yesterday with his brother at demagogue or the senseless prating of
his home. No 140 East Eighth street, an office seeker with no profound
r The brothers were to have celebrat- knowledge of the immense meaning of
ed their birthday, and a family reun- Politics. It may be used. of course,
ion was to have been held. The two! sincerely, but it is often a mere effu-
young men were born at Abilene, Tex.. sion of the weakest sort of hot air.
February 29. 1880. The twins were Cad save us from candidates who
married at the same time and by the! make no claim to be placed in posi-
!-ame minister, on July 26, 1906, at irWu.diu puB Jsuoq A!0 o01 sRsimoa.d
Plank. Tenn. oq A uo "aVqO s,.JouJO)Ao2 dq ul
Chaille's parents. Mr. and Mrs. W. i Uums,1UIs I s spIau pU.io P!OId qA\
H. Chaille. reside at Miami, and were ..uru
notified yesterday of the death of the s.oldood l..qi,, dJa azi wIql uosoaJ
young man. The body was embalmed oq a0oj idooxa A lqisuods-'.J jo suoij

The tail end of a Ildizzard hit Wau-'
chulia the 21st. It did notr get cold;
enough, however. to injure the orang-
es, and as most ot the truckers had
covered 1h.'-ir crops. v\.ge(tables werelt
not injured.I
Mclntosh growers are congratulat-
ing themselves that the late freeze
did so little damage to the truck. Out-
side of a few early beans being nipped
nothing was damaged, although the
thermometer registered 30.
N. M. Alexander of Alexander &
Baird, Beresford, began last week
gathering and shipping the oranges
and grapefruit remaining in the groves
on Alligator creek. It is estimated that
there will be 7000 to 8000 boxes.
J. F. Bullard of Brooklyn has pur-
chased the large Hatch grove in Fort
Myers, the price being $12.000. This
grove consists of 12 acres, and the
crop from it this year brought $4800.
Last season the crop sold for $6000.

A few weeks ago a young man

by Undertaken Marcus Conant and heed to every interest of the common- bought a pair of socks containing a,
shipped to Miami last night, wealth-true to all, subservient to note saying the writer was an em-r
Chaille had been employed by th,'nore. One who will nor bend his ear ploye of the Kenosha. Wis., knitting
southern Railway for the past four to hearken to the temptations of cor- works and wanted a good husband. 14
years. and had made many friends. He!porate influences nor to the blandish- She gave her name, and requested
was always regarded as a hard work- 'ienpts of golden-tongued demagogues; the buyer, if unmarried, to write with]
g away rard as aar wopr-bhut who will go straight forward in a view of maltrimonv. The young'
ing man and was unusually popular!:
with those with whom he came in the performance of his duty, guided man who found the note considered i
contact. The funeral services over his by an honest conscience and strict in the matter in all its phases, and then
contact. The funeral services over h~is I-
t body will be held from th family res- l performances of what he believes decided to write to the girl. He did.
body will be heid from the) family res-
idence in Miami this afternon to be right. Albert Gilchrist is such Awaiting with anxiety, he was at last
a man; and more and more of Flori- rewarded with a curt letter, stating
The Banner, in its last issue, had (la's citizens are learning every (lay that the girl was now the mother of
jus printed a delightful little item that he is such a man and that he is two children and had been married
just printed a delightful little item;4
about these young men intending to the grand need of the hour. That is four years, and the letter had been
meet in Jacksonville to celebrate their why the Tribune believes he will be written ever so long ago. It was a
29th anniversary, which had been chosen governor.-Tampa Tribune. "sock-dolager." and the young man
their custom, as falling on the 29th 'hunted for a solution He found it.
teirustor, at faocSTARKE HAS DONE WHAT OCALA'The merchant of whom he bought the
of February, it occurs only every four FAILED TO DO I socks doesn't advertise.-Fourth Es-
This year it was arranged to make A re resentateive from Messrs. 4
it a family reunion and a most pleas-1 H O T A TE
ant day had been mapped out. ThePessprich & Co., of New York, who CHANGE OF TEACHERS AT THE
putaged father and mother were to have up canning factories, visited OCALA PUBLIC SCHOOL
aged father and mother were to haveStakadmd h aepooi
been present, and indeed all the mem- Starke, and made the same proposi-
bers of the family, so when the man- tion to the business men of Starke. Miss Hatlie J. Dye, who has taught
Shov the family, .so when the.., and farmers and vegetable growers in- in the Ocala Hih School for some
Lrlpei hnwiv rf thpirhv h u-Ane.~ and farmers and vegetable growers inlIin the Ocala High School for some

uss the political issues



's sena-


11 fully

of the


eful speaker, and should be

Dated with a large gathering.

M. Graham

W. D. Graham


larion County Abstract Company.

'ire Insurance

ty Property.


. Forn)s cnce Farn) Lands for Sole

'Sold by KNIGHT & LANG, Ocala, Flo,"
You see these words on nearly every wagon that drives by your
door, and the some could be said of Carriages, Bugglos and Harnemi
There must be a reason for this-and there le-a good one: When we
began doing business with the people of this vicinity we decided to
handle only a line of goods that would need no apology. The rauft
is apparent already. We reasoned that we could not afford to handle
the Shears, Sawbuck & Co.'s, or mail order house quality of good**
as we must do business with our neighbors and not with customers a
thousand mile distant .Our lines have been carefully selected. Our

are built and sold on honor. We carry a full line of

We have HARNESS for the Florida mule as well as for the $1000
driver. See us for anything In our lines and we assure you that we will
strive to please you and "make good." Yours very truly,


I Adding New Accounts!j

We are constantly adding new

ac- I

counts, and our business is increasing at

a very satisfactory rate. Possibly you also

might be glad to join us. a


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L crossing of said road on Orange av- The board thereupon adjourned un- The popularity and populosity of
enue south of town. til its next regular meeting. St. Petersburg is great
Mr. Fort thereupon offered the fol- S. T. SISTRUNK. Clerk.
BARD CUNTY COMMISSIONERS lowing resolution, which was unani-
B A D UNT OMMl l N mously adopted, and is as follows: OFFICIAL PROCEEDINGS SCHOOL Napoleon McNamee may run for
Whereas, it has come to the atten- BOARD the senate in Hillsborough coutny.
tion of this board that many persons
March 3, 10S. badly rotted, but is being kept patch- are carrying guns without a license Orlando is enjoying a gala week
board of county commissioners met ed by the city of Dunnellon, and must and are using the same to the detri- March 3, 1908.
PistW to adjournment. Present: in the near future be re-floored. The meant of good morals. Therefore be The board of public instruction in p ito ci wl
r. John L Edward, chairman: S. sleepers under the floor of the bridge it and for Marion county, Florida, met be crowded with visitors.
I -ks. C. W. Turner, N. A. Fort. J. proper are apparently in good shape, Resolved, That this board do ear- this the 3rd day of March. 1908, in et m
U. Mathews. but those under the approaches will nestly request that the sheriff and his regular session. with Isaac Stevens s claimed that Florida made a
IMutte of last meetiUf read and have to be supplied with new timber. deputies, justices of the peace and eu session wt Iaac teens good showing at the educational con-
.ded?^.. The registration officer presented their constables use their offices to chairman; B. R. Blitch and J. S. Gran- mention at Washington
I petition of W. D. Bishop ask-'a bill to the board for extra compen- the extent of prohibiting this nefar-Itham present.
2g for permit to sell liquors, wines station in work preparing election mat- ious habit. Minutes of the last meeting were The American torpedo boat flotilla
En beer. was filed In proper form. terms with reference to his office and Resolved, further, That the law re- read and approved.
IU clerk was requested to insert asked for extra compensation. The quires all licenses for carrying guns A petition from the Hurricane arrived at Callao. and will remain un-
pr*Wr notice in the paper, board feels that the contract with the to be renewed every four years, or li- Pond school, asking the board to ap- til March 9.
Notary bonds of J. M. Neely. J. A. registration officer was for $12.50 per censes will become null and void by ply necessary funds to continue their
Rsta. A. G. Bigelow and B. L Hick-lmonth: it was therefore ordered that rean ofstatues schooltothe end ofthetermwhich E. C. Miles a woodsrider at Dupont
were duly approved. the claim for extra compensation be The county judge having called the ill amount to $67.50 in painting and ear St. Augustine. mt a horrile
The bonds of W. (C. White. N. P.! refused, attention of the board that county! furnishing the house. The request
Myr. and J. H. Brass. ferrymen. It was. upon motion, ordered that warrants amounting to $14.95issued as granted as the s h ee death last week. He atteml)ted to
ers. and I H. B frr eit war.upn otion o Ptho y th s board .January w1, 19y6. and suspended on account of the death of otoa a ,n,)vin rain. slipped and his
were approved a warrant be dIrawn in was granter priorasetheoschoororhasnbwennesses
IMP bonds of .1.iL. Tucker and Wil- cabinet in the commissioner's roo prior thereto, oJurors and witnesses the teacher for nearly months(l ws rhe com i con-
lim Dees. road overseers. were daily -o r. Stamford. caldw hc' bart e e eret Th Re(ldick colored school was or- tact with the stS.
approved by the hoard. A petition as filed. .. 'called for ,v parties entitled theretodered stoplpd for this term. unless
ved b the u~ard A I~ttion as fie~l, sgned y .V.it iwas thf-rt-forte upon motion ordered h rteodritcnnd.-..........
Pension claims of I)avid ( \i. L. Miller and others. petit j nin pthe o orere the trustees ordth it continti'd X 0
Richard o Billups. Mar:y ;. Ward. l- board to restore The chart('r of tle tlal a trep)ort ot said warrants be 'The resination of Mr. D. I. (ran- Mr ) tad o K
cindy Redding and Rapha,-1 ('tnmpl.ell road conhinionly kniL ai.- ,. made and filetiN wth this baord to- tl. a truste of the Suarr school WS ii i eeti, t h Inited
t S t 11 V ~ 1-i I) i T I tr m r se f te S r s h o

were duly approe.-i I), the board, road from cotton Plailt sch,1l ns, gether with ltit, warrants at the next
Th-- claims of Mr J. i). Shao and to Mar,.. ti.. same T,, he a Imblic ill.(etilt <)! saidl 1;ard. for cancella-
ti~~m a f],i ;kt) 11.,, 1p n the hands
Mr. William T. Crag. 0nor 0i Ilt-4 olorhod road. Thit ptiiotin a ija o l ls i. scrip in the hands
proper form. were not approv-ed The lad ,, ; e of thelj ,1stice of the peace. district
Caim of Mr. William T. Craig was. at in oi th- t-oardi. N i. are id.ilted in said order.
te Is o"[.of th lastbioard T>,- >j.j nl I ti d h% a nii:;i,-lr of
eousl approe-.tind of the for further n- It was ordered that a reconilnt-,,i,- ini'/.- ]i n ;eier pe i f('cinct. No.
approved. ut held for further tioon bte mltado to th, copI-i!rI ,) .., to tranTr their
ro~~~~ ~authorize tith, r'denritlstis o44f h -71 ito- t i'miir ii itrict No.
T h e fo llo w in g po rson s w e r o ran t, ld a ul horing l an d s. .d<-1: ipa,,d ,f i. f, ,i- lia tK iz F m i ;() d, i.i tti<. N o. ;;, .
License to carry firearms, viz A. B. olnoinln "1Z, f, ani- alaoi. ,ir in T \ in that district
Comniniving :,'29 f4.tti S* ,m of nrl .li ~rutltetetlbli
Albritton. R. M. Blair. S. S. Bnynton. ....lt c.re'( 11-IIi o t 5v;I 1h hor i,
F P Rovnton. Mi.-s L.ucy A. lirvin. west conquar otr s(clt h <-'i->li 1.t- aith etarid. ,Th ad tatIi-
James Hobkirk. J. H. Hallford WV. D west q22ren' sthcio)i "2 *o1iai i 1:,. 1 alp!,'a' iii 1t, 'ti l).ard thd a i-
Carn and J F. Rickelson rang(. :-. 1 .l in. til,. c-litr r I ( ailroa t. N,' a,-0 isip ion.' i\ d1 handed sand
th en * (), h _,o clai :.east,11,, chains. r','ct, : ed Iby Tth jnslik' ,, Of Ilhe l) ace,l
The resignation of R. B. Bell.n mark hn.2,'t' ',haim.-. et chains" re ed by th. jste of he eace,
and brand inspector of district t No. h h *; ('lin ,-sto* 1 P. 1... pn listri.ct No. 22. fo:. a a instrel show.
was accepted ilpv tor of distrid No. 1 the paymIt 1 fact, valt of certifi- it Vas ordered tiliat said anoun, e
was accepted by" the oard. ,animitte tar axe-. with- to
Th.' Ipe i*ioti- asking for tht-. a p- (t int ari.s fro who
pohitntiOi?( of mark and brand inspec?- i "-ithe -llani' was coWC'cted.
or for di.i.ict No. 1. of C WV. Smith Mr. John WV. Snioak was -ranted a .The hid o)f Mlcl\v.-r & MaKav\- and
and T ilias were laid over red'uction onil los 1. 2. ;: and 4, block the l)il of lth ()cal;a Ilrnitiire' Co-nl-
and E T WViliiams were laid over un- -
til th,. n. x' meting of this board. 9.* Fairfield. section township) 1:,. i)an fo,,- l't l i.:rial of paip .-rs was
The till of the city of Ocala for one- range 21. to $10 per acre. refused.
third cst of paving streets around The bIori r.dqiihsted that the <'onip- Tht' p).Titiuon a- ,in fmor the a)poi)Oit-
the court house square. amounting to troll,,r athllorize Thlit r(-diiic )n 'of t1t,' meni o1 l Mi".O'... i. I l:;t>.-, r.cil.ci No.
$::f..2 2,. was, laid over until the next nortl h halt of Ilth northwest qiartr. ,;. was laidi o\,'" ii l h- i tilt- Xt xi i et-
regular mevtine of the board, section 9. townshipl 1". range 21. unt)- ing tf thil tp)o.-,
Road Overseer W. M. Lucius filed on the payment of the face value f Thli- ('onililii('ation fronm Mr. Rawls
i r work done on the ard the certificates and omiit, Td years'a witlhi referelnlf, t1l0 r'l)te foir onne day
his ro-pitrt of work\ done on the hard
roads. as follows: taxts, without interest. on a liumi'w!), ) 'It i'is ii-''.s. was laid
Ocala. Feb. 29. 19,,,. The assessment upIon lot 1. l(lock (o\' iii t, II:' ,,'Xt liict-'tilg of tlihe
Hono(-ral.e Board Counlllty Commiss.ion- wa. B|,!'.\-iW. was reduc'-d to .?1t hoart.
e.-s. Marion County. Florida: ;T7 ,e a.-(-<-nitnT (of the i'rtih half of It w's 1tIi ii)tioin. ol'le'ed that a
Gr-i.i,'nivem -.Allow nm to suihnit the i' Ii'leas: iiarlter. section 241. twn- warant i I dra\\n fo" $l,< torI the
fo'lowing as niv report of work done iF 2 1(2-' ii 22. fronIi $2-", tSo 1(0e). 'n,-litl of Mr. .'ciis. roadi ove\rseer,
andi anmounn ,it expenditures for the'\ vs r',nt. fo:' )aying nff l:s h;rnds- dir'ing the
nionth of F bhruary. 1911s. The first ItL Wa1c. !;T. n 1.otion. ,rit ld thlat a i tlt e of M.0-l. ','.t
S.' :'. hi- month I finished up re- recommendation he made i T he conip- I: la-s. pioPii ":tillii)I. oM'der' d that
eoatiir 'h,' Ocala an, Kend:-iclk hard troll(.r. asking authority i t roelee,,, (',titniissi,,, r l'\:, s 1| and lie is
road :i, fr T :. la-.t .hree we.eks. I lands conmm, ncin x with iio,-h-.ve:-iI \ ( '' lby lli uii. / 1 to p ritlr tlase. or
ti*v !i'.!ii !:av i,,'itn: the sand beds corn,.r (f loi Brown & )yvall's s!il) ;ia t' e ai. oII'-hiil ilo/.li pati!s." ('of-

fir-mlt niiof t.1tP'ii road it51) 011towards
Mart n St ;t ,- foTlls. d'inX.i i 'is the
aZnaw,t1 si roit~a'l iwid, h'anti the
S Ii ;sI s 1 '4 "ya rdl > : a tie a rd1
I 11-::: a''i- .,,Twa! d sistanee of roadi

of - -- i'an. in towlinship Il) i;. 1ll- f("' r Ii' of ('(iilIvty paillpor's.
raP.'e 22. ti 'i-n .o noi'Th -, t d,' ,'s.o TI:-' ;'1l!,,1 s : !uii:- atii sp (''cilica-
easT :12 s'"eT. -so th '.; d F s. h;est it ;n .- '' :'' i. al] iiled ftor the
C50 fe' so'tih "., 1 r''re'.-s. wvte T :84.; 'ailliri' it 1 !' "''1," uli r oad frl ui
'oet. no:i'h I de: t 'rees, we'st 2,o fh'el. Iunnlln 'll o :ih', iltters("ction of the
upon the lpaymtent of the,' f;ac'+' v\l, Is;ilt h,'s'.ll ;s:2'*- ( ()('ia and Stokes
n .. .. : . . .... .. .. 1 * r* ' ,-, ,Q .l o .l ; , .... .. - ,r: ..1.. .. ..

(!-Triict. was accepted and The ap-
l" .ntmnPnt of someof,-, to fill the ii;n-
*,: !?red tt'rm was dlf'eredf as t'
r,..,,Ilar eltction of trustees will take,
pla(e the ti :'-t Tuesday aftor the :!r-r
Monday %n iApril.
Mr. (ah,-,on.1 a triist', of tht- ;Griner
Farm p school. appeared andt protested
'I, r I i I IQ t* t h -. 1 I/^ I( ./-A 1 1!1 v \*- i T) r t I i r t In Ph t -*

;., ., . )Olle thousand dollars.

i .- >.s i f e .. ....and r velr Itl(lia is a )mo lt to
Tlil,. ,> ." I', reat ald r vaminry
.. ..... .. :, ...,.,, . n eat fanli~ii .

rt'ecsiverv of Admiliral Evanls froim thle

fact,- another


a,i l." ,tTl I'"-f l)ll p Y i T, .I il '. +'a. For Buil dinq Hard Road Between
er for The par tof The last month he j I s". I t sha !h1 ai: 1 \ Vk cala\ and D Bntweeo
taught. savin. that lie -ave up the Ocala and unnellon
P1,11 idl, e ft','iiit ('I.ar. ill thit, Inited Noti,',.I:,- e t'b "1, gtt'Ii that th-
-Chool without notifyin- Ji Trustees nm. .( -e
t the school hoard that hoT -uld re- fS'es One road is .aid to le haul- Board of County Commissioners. ar
o" the school ho1oard that he w.owld re- tilsir net'Titi iII .\jsril. A I/ le%. will
sign. That he thought lie had broken in4 -temip;Ws* 1 uj 1 ami diowni because
contract' and a majoritvlhd of the .r],iil ,l s i,, t' receive sealed bids for the constriue-
This contract and an majority of the lal yart! i -p', i- ('Om1,,stl withh tion of a hard surface or macadamiz-
Trustees I)rotoste(l against I)ayin1 him.
The matter wa-, deferred until next cas. e road from [unnellon to the inter-
meeting of the board. n .section with t Ie road known as rh*e
A bill of Smith & Rothrts ir $.".7 I ,( sr'ttl st f rte i tiaginatiinm. O('ala anil Stotes Ferry roat. a -lis-
was presentqeld to) the hoard for chairs 1a;, C0 e, I11n c( ,lt..'1iato; I)". tall r',ibt t-i,'ht an(Irutr ml n a. l s
Said rijasi to be &OttstT'uctt'si a... ti
(ulirned tto le lost. in : '1'Itiiit chair> .,, (',, (',,i,, ,, Tl ,,l' Roosv l, lows:
11 1-C~ i)! ht,11'. f. 1- .1 T o- e'.v 1l 1, e~ol it Ro se els ow
to tL'' .chno! lhoari l er )t' -a h r ., .; ,''
inventionon, ah, .it orl' v,,aor i:, ,,hThe "'*l' Iis I ." .\ f''-I A piraon a lie Isl. Righit o(f way ti) be v zr )i bh d
)ill was re.fus.'d It l pa lilt. as the I isiin tI \'ittIloit l s'iiLg thaf and cleaned (of trees, logs ,sttulnps .nd
('airs w,'re T, w-ih lte a .. ....pa111met" to, rockss an ld ,th-',r obstruc-
ichi rs Sl.l,(0> wU1 'tI i,'l e Pe'i'c Nl r r-li)ns for a width )f 1 P feet .
lt the ch ; air .s in e aii !rv a 1 take ~ "" ,, t ah e2.n(,lI ,s i e 1 u t )1 2i ( )oa it d to) th.e in 'center of
Pill ilt, hairs ill I i, Z11VIOM mi,]takt
then out afte' e conhent ion h a d as'In ;tl.[ dm (Hc' et~rtr just tar t's ail\(intl r'li ht oif way 1,, feet wile. ith .site
'! lt ll! ,)li! a ft#,i" tilt. ')l 'l il ; I ,,( S
t0i ho 'ard dil not hliantlle. Itle chairs in ;,, ('2:iiIl, tie siatneit il ltir mn tloats 'r fo ot ea lh sii' wh,-n
;in \ w av it didl T n ,1 hinT : ;t \ \as re- .,v is in i a- ed in this cal pai l ii i .T lis (as lTp 'inof and ,ol (t.,Al to lh
1,l'l fwith a slope), iff to o '-I :sil!>' for thl los.(, te,, interest (ot oie oI the t i('a ldilats. ,,, e made 1 1-2 to 1.
A request fromof 1 s-ve!:l of 1'. l 'tt- slit ha .ta l l a to lit'The Iit'- :.. l" t r drains .,hallI ila
rons of h(l .\n(ialsi-'ia s iool. askiiging w
for permnlission to)t se d o I) t e Citra ('.zls+,t 12 t,) 'V 1 11 > t einjo)y t lt Iiux- across lth r,,asledi toi dirait an.f winter
school ltfer ile x\pirnatrt l( of )the ;I of a primary, idtks" at d) toli't. watrs n ot
t-rm' a, Altlnshia. \ i i 1'. R ''A 4 I.' ttA' of 'd a .
sIM eI of t! 'e- ;s ,''. 'f sy ('i Ist l i iat a oyi;r;i t o a t e ae of lay
school had )*!e1;, l'- i.>c s l ( ) ti >, l.)l, l m -!).l(''S lll*' or rpho.i)|a at-.w ;,. ,)r a 1n., hard
-(hi(l liasi s5!Lls' -.t I,', t (lf.' l i. t i'ic
con inu ti,.,m i r liii i! f e '' *'! ';!! t !(1" f ur l leino 'l' is in II~la' .l'ia' 1ht:i i ace,',, 'alilf, r to h,-
boardn l+ t l }!. ul'ilat ; vnt l .\ ,;' ,i *... ntl'r ,'- ('Kl-!l'!; !, .^a". "o o n )l' <*)n l i '-<' n l* 0 *ls i 'arsiTi g ht' s- ''' i whiich I it' rl i,- 'oil t'Sre ,I. i Si-
, I ii.a(-,t r 'V.-. .It lr, t) :1,ie 's'-!-lt c' Its, K"ii- Ii'ri ltint its 'Il t sof hardi road- & a l 1 7 -41111
is ti r,--i';"r i,,.1a fo 0liioii .,,(- e i'i an tia\ t t a l plac !l n i adlle 1 i- es lee
lisnl-' I ndICTt '"ii'] .'r-.< lini {, l' iI o t (, 'r1: 1 ,f (C o ,r!Io' t I \ro \- it ilhe o, ti 'r anil \ iinchie'-n deep n
tach igL '; atioI shall lie it- 'l.' ,I's1)
iHaiegs in l 2 e si; 'si:,! scholnss di.-- :.1l It lor~ h pace n iiitv pri- i ''hsl ''tcked on all Iart, f fth' road.
t *'i ( 't s i in M. ri o' *', :i t u h a ,. r .o' a ,oh. I t m arke -l a I l t,* h tOa l i ;', t ol sl.' 0 # '', lths r r i et e s
];t\,<. ir \v.;., orl:lered,, ] that1! anll el !.. : +-a.... .... a.. t.e ........ .. .. ,.n. j a l ..o ..

nUII" ()%, 'r. 1 i v artis ;tII(i n tits tl ve;:rs taxes. wVii1io l l in- .' ,,'. *I it Ui ;I litlti\0,t l l ,. h l in a. ,h s 4 tmY 22 hi- r tici n "1 S
l. tndiTnurt- for the month, have terest. t i il ai1 tilt:e n.1,'s. which p ilts aind I ', ,'; :'nir ,t.
been a- tollows (Convict labor. Commissione,-r Pvlles Then road h.i. P)cifications (r,' a> folloNws .: .'s f o ( 11T f
2<,l .' fre.'. labor. $141.4i: amount report o th e poor' far \ hich> ', i'rt 11. iWi 5Uhh5i I l i'd and thre trus s a l ixiig -he uiiillage B-elitus 'latl, is Ii i h hard
overseer and guard hire. $22'" R. E ik as follows: la of|"l aI t' ,'-'). UsgS. st illips aind pal- hl tl.etlevs as ll n to ake i r gn i h
Yonge & Co.. 'll: G. R. Smith. hire Poor Farm Reoort for February 111, IO roots amt other o()st ruct ion or Tt h
Si, niules. "I24: bill S-eed Store. tcala. F1a. Varch ". 19,. f)r a w:I (f I ( eding years. The s 'rinnd-it a ha thi to o. is spii
$1O:,I,7 )cala M anutacturing Conm- To thc, |lonoral l,' a:id, of c smity 2Ito-t as instn ucted toke lb.'pini
01' adv'ei't isOnf llS'1 1 andl sOPls| s)it it he, ofi) ~ll~ (t a d d sr fH a r
anC. $5 22: Marion Hardware Store. Contissionors: otf wa. ai for. ide. itht side rains er p ns wl er
$9 12 : Willi- Miiles. $,: bill Ocala I -isited the county poor farm on f)our fT ( f1I eah siqle when there is sary lir s w evtry one i a whil exert
;t.ws aor orheedmoantnh of Fen I"Its tndho hek noverthewrace
Furniture Co. $:::.7.- H B Masters. the 2nd inst. for the month of Feut cttii. and al5 ('ts to he made with h at t uricane Pon c iho itslf and h kicks ovr th races
$M.21. Mclver & MacKay. $10.2.:-.: A. ar and beg to report th." following: a slop )* of lone to one: all fills to be:beheld the purrcn o cho l and speaks out. It is hard for Claude
G. Gates. N M. Fishel. $2. Total. There are 1:1 inmates. 5) of whites made one and a half to one. u e for e tpurpo of creating a
463. and S of colored. O ne w accession I'nder raiii- shall be placedspecial tax school district, electing o make his paper an organ or himself
aInj4.CM. anac three trustees and fixing the rate of 1econe a cuckoo.
I am now dumping just east of Mar- in the person of Dan Patrick. a color- across the roadbedl to drain any water m tillage. A petition signed ) one-
tin Station. also opening up a new lime ed man. and one. Henry Anders,)n. a ilp)ckets. and TO unlike waters on both e ua ed lectors of the
Pit in what is known as Sugar Ham- blind colored man. who has been ab- sides of roadbed, fourth of tkhe qualify( created sof th
territory asking to be created a dis-
Uck. I think the pit will prove to sent for some two months visiting his 4. Roadbed to ie made of clay. riet having already een properly ad-
be very good. Respectfully. children near Standard, has returned, lime o r phosphate waste, or any hard vrtied.h a pnaresbented roptehord.
W. M. LUCIUS. 'And one colored man. Albert Noble. material that is acceptable to the vertised and presented to the boarn
Overseer Hard Roads. having died on th., 9th of February. road commissioner of the district in ALroVe rs r t wa th Pn
S1 Mrs. Johnson. white, is very feeble, which the road is constructed, or su- approved folw AL /A
Mr. F. E. Haskell filed his check as is also old man Thomas Williams. norintendent of Mhard roads, and shall Balance from last report.... $ 5.5 -
with the board for $75. as payment colored. Others of the inmates seem 'be placed on roadbed 12 inches deep fr E L Carn1y. levy
of eltimes on road near Stanton. to he doing nicelyin the center and 8 inches deep on f 1907..................1738.66
tonC e igkelnt cnead icedeRecd. from E. L. Carney. polls U L
Attorney Haskeil from Palatka ap- The preparation of lands for plant-!each edge: and shall be 6 Inches deep of 1907 .................. 86.00
W1freWlbefore the board as the coun-,Ing is being pushed now, and soon the when packed at all parts of the road. Reed. from E. I.'Carney. ex-
lfor Wilson Cypress Company, ask- crop of corn will have been planted. 5. Roadbed to be so constructed
tag to be relieved of personal proper- I have told Mr. Priest to whitewash as to make the center elevation 4 inch- r ... .... ... ......... 24.00
tY Which had opn r assessed against all the outhouses on the farm. We!es higher than at the edge of the road-Red. from comptroller. inter-
th mId company for the year 1907d have a fine lot o* pigs, promising a bed. est on state funds.........17S7.90
teeomiany having had during said !gocrpfbanfrnetyr.wh' 6. No grades shall be over 5 perAL ,UB 'RP ON
tre personal property whatever in good crop of bacon for next year. wit 6 No grades shall be over 5 per Total receipts $3672.10ALL URITIONS
Yaopentonal proper whatever good gardens and plenty of fresh veg- cent., or 5 feet to the 100 feet. Total receipts .... .....1
county The request was etabes 7. Roadbed to be above high wa-Disbursments during month. 3624.1
granted, and the tax collector advis-Iter.
ed. I would recommend that th- board ter.BW K-V.
The request of Mr. Munroe. Mr. pay Rev. Primus Goin one dollar per 8. Both edges of hard material l tance ..... .......... $ 4 r.
month, or twelve dollars or the year shall be supported by shoulders of ha dtriase ws for the sp-
Holmes and Mr. Adams for damages 1908. for his services as preacher for earth, to prevent spreading or wast- shows the following balanrov ces: a
an account of the Stokes Ferry and the inmates of the poor farm. ing of the material. Shoulders to bei o thala. $111.: el ncview. $215.17: P (' WK Y A
Duinnellon road crossing their lands Rp tfu submitted four feet wide froh each edge of the Ocala. 7S: eA A WVLY BA7
was referred to Mr J. M. Mathews. Respectfully submitted, four feet wide from each edg Dunnellon. $1.5-: Pine T.evel. $7. : (klv Jacksonville Times-
S. R. PYLES. road.
misine fr ai dstic.Woirsdale, $7 q 91- Criner Farnl.
commissioner or said districtCom. in Charge. The tax collector filed his report of irdale $T.9: riner Farm.
Mr. E. L. Wartmann requested a re- licenses, showing: licenses collected 21.2 .irr. $,I" Fellowship. Ill O(.IzA VELEKLY BAN
duction of assessment on lots 1. 2. Expense Account Februar. $49: poll 1 Bl't Ft. Ki a- k NW York orl
-. !~~~. for the month of February. $49: poll $1 1(f50 U. B lo~t, $-il27.:' OFt Knz -ekNe lk \O'd
and C. in section 21. and lots 1. 2. Superintendent. $35: hired help. tax collected during the month of $116.0" linatal. $.027: Orane
4. 6 and 7 in section 22. all in town- $32.50: cooking. $1J.70: washing and February, $59. T ake. $47.2--,: Fairfi,1d .'7-72' l.Evon. ,l\E ()(A' \VEEKLY BAN.
ship 12. rangt 22. of 25 per cent. as- ironing. $I" Helvenston. Pasteur Co.. The justices of the peace filed their 7',.R Kendisir. '1.21. .cintosh.
spssnment. and it appearing that the $11.72: Marion Hardware Co.. $ rorts showing fines imposed as fol-$9.71 : Fa-itvill,". .: 1 R1,-di'k. A.il lta (
repot, showuna fines imposed, as fol- CiItittrf, n
reques, wae reasonable, it was grant- Knight-Martin Co.. $2.30: .1. T. Sin- lows: B DOulas.T $1' :J. M. Barks- .i-"7*'. M nvvill. .l(,.:A Citra.. E
ed mons. .56c.: Marlin & Carn. ?..S..: dale. $|> conni d $, .,.,. ,,1.- p,, 1 : 'i E OCA ILA \VEEK IL Y BA\N:
'pon moTivn i was ordered that Mclver O MacKay. cala Ice The following istics reported no $92_.R: .. etra. $1.24: Martol. $.,2.22 -k Jllbnal o
les inipose:. 0. Trnipsed. Capulet. $2.62 Cotton Plant. $258.14;
t hie lan d asses.,sed in section p5. tow n-, & P ackin g C o.. $2.10 ;" T ydin gs & C o.. fi ne i nlposed O T urn ip seed A lex- lp..,t $2 ,,2: C o ,tton, P lant $ .^8.1 ,)` I t< liV I (I.A \ ,=E IIM I B A .
%h:ip If. rar,- 1,. belonging to the $2.10: Standard Lime Co.. $1.SO: l. P. ; tr WVynneo. T. L. Tohnson E. '" ....; E1(i- 1l. r ((' \ EK\
Dunnellon Phosphate Company. be Olin. $14.s.: the Barber-Frink Co.. ih.! L. I. Hopkinl P. R Zetrouor. 1 $27 t 0 Toalah. $S75, : 01 1 J A
retsu'.-d from $27,-i to S141,i0. $2: express on rinit tr-es. 2-c. : freight XV. Jackson. B. I. C-ranthaun and idtillo. $27.t1,. Total. ,.7.,. l' \. J. Bl'a Pap
Th,. nut?,r of rodiietion of taxes on fertilizer. $?.7<. Total. $224.1:. 0-4 1 v-, .iolr, Then pi!iourn 1 _

t as to iak,' t1',- c(',nt*'- r er ,'-vationl I
it'ncl's tigh a'r ihani at th' edge tl f the
0;th. No grades shall she over per
c ent. ior 5, feet toi the hiiunidred fet.
7th. Roallbed to ei! alo..e hisch wa-
t ter.
sth. Both edges of hard material
shall )e supported by shoulder.a ot
Earth to prevent spreading or wasting
Sof the materials. Shoulders to be four
Feet wide from each edge of roadbed.
The board reserving the right to re-
ject any or all bids.
3-6. S. T. SISTRINK. Clerk.





'NER and The Semi
I'ni one year $1.50
NER and The Thrice-
one year .........1.65
NEB and The W(eekly
rrear ............ 4 1.7--o

NER and The Atlanta
rear .. . . .*1. 75-

QNER and The Coim-.
er,) one year.. 41.50

Those five cigar factories that wMit
up in smoke during the Tampa rm
had an appropriate finish, anyhow.-
Atlanta Journal.

Senator Allison celebrated his SOUth
anniversary March 2. Just to think
how long our youthful senator must
serve in that body to become "the old-
est senator!"

The Tallahassee Sun claims that
nothing escapes its illuminating rays,
but it did not give its readers four or
five illustrated columns of that little
affair that occurred in the comptrol-
ler's office.
Thomas Wannamnaker, son of John
Wannamnaker. the merchant prince
and many times millionaire, is dead.

Prime minister Sir Henry Camp-
bell-Bannerman, of England, is se-
riously ill.

The Catholic fair which has just
closed at St. Augustilne clearlyl o()v.'r




slatt- st-lixt. f
I ( 0 f1winti, G)vemior;



I W SW imalrr, :
be MY sweetheat, when
jIa -M -ao the wing;
Vh- bee -d bird -d babbling flood
u oempk the birth of spring,
W aI art, be my sweetheart,
mad wear this pomey ring.
I 1 threat be my sweetheart, in the
golen summer glow;
0. of the earth ablush with the gra-
|cdous blush which the ripening
JSelds foreshow;
metheart be my sweetheart, as into
Sthe noon we go.
r Sweetheart. be my sweetheart, when
[ talls the bounteous year,
Vhe the fruit and wine of the tree
ad wine give us their harvest
& sweetheart, be my sweetheart, for
Sthe winter draweth near.
thirt,. be my sweetheart, when
i the year Is white and old;
W e the fire of youth Is spent, for-
=00h. and the hand of age is cold.
Tt sweetheart, be my sweetheart, till
Me year of our love is told.
S I wamt to do full justice to Mr. Bry-
S. It m=st be conceded that. human-
I me-eilag, the los of the presiden-
Sm cowttes a good deal of grudge,
What is called the conservative
vt of the party twice stood between
Mr. Bryan and the White House. He
Therefore, a case of resentment,
If ot In equity, against those demo-
miats whom he may justly charge with
nft doing In 1896, and again In 1900.
An one of the guilty in 1896, though
I t in I1900, I am so sensible of my
Iec of desert that, whilst in the com-
ScAlam viegn I shall labor to elect
Mm---still greatly distrusting him-
should not expect any other than
osatlve results from his advent to
Pmer, nor dream of crossing his
S heshold after his election.
II believe that he may be elected In
| gte of the argument against him-an
aiMment, let me add, mainly piled up
b l hi-sdf. I am so profoundly con-
1 fed of a need of a change of par-
in the government that, even if
my objections were greater than they
ire, I would vote for Mr. Bryan
8iast any republican; but I also be-
Uie that the general conditions bode
*b maB defeat, no matter whom
e republicans put up, Gov. Hughes
Wdg their strongest man. Judge Taft
*MT weakest-Henry Watterson in
: Oouieis-owrnal.
Mr. Burke. Does the gentleman
mat-- to Intimate that the conditions
b PIttsburg are due to the Dingley

In W bill?
Mr. Garrett. Was the condition in
IM due to the Wilson bill? (Ap-
H -e on the democratic side).
It looks to us like this is rubbing
it t on tb-- republicans.
ft Is stated that Ion Farris has rec-
Vfed the iaevltable and withdrawn
2 u his ill-advised and hopeless race
R fiast Frank Clark.-Tampa News.
mtracUts from section 436 of the
gtal laws and regulations pertain-
Sa to second class mail matter, issued
Jlsary 1. 1908:
'A reauoable time will be allowed
f thrs to secure renewals of sub-
Smmtpaa, but unless subscriptions
am e ipresly renewed after the term
* ftr which they are paid, within the
Softwing periods:
S Dollies, within three months.
S Weeklies, within twelve months,
m shall not be counted in the legi-
list1e 1 of subscribers, and copies
M Ailond account thereof shall not be
Sept for mailing at the second
posng. rate of one cent a pound
W a my be mailed at the triusldut
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^ Having moved our entire wholesale business into

^ our warehouse on North Osceola street. where we
-- nl-

Shave better shipping facilities on both the A. Cl L

Sand 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

prices to compare with anyone's anywhere.

^ Among a few of the latest arrivals we note
SBaltimore Penny Candies,

P--Great Southern Department Mixed Candies in Tubs,

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-- Checker PopoCorn in Cases.

-_ Armour's "Veribest" Canned Meats,

W Full Line of the Famous Royal Scarlet Goods,

ESmoking and Chewing Tobaccos, and Cigars,

Flavoring Extracts in Several Grades,

-Big Line of Salmon of the Beast Packs,

SHay, Grain and Feed Stuffs.

SZeno Gum Means Good Chewing

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