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 19, 1909
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 )
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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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Local an Personul

Mra H. (; Mclavid has n*,n
speditng thr past several days with
S emis at Candler.

Or Robert Matlhws came back
-a froe a art visit with his
t-r at Caadlr.

Judge Bllork sad State Attorney
Bots are back from Sumterville.
Wwre they hrld a abort spring term
f the elrrutt court.

Mrs James Hadter of Old0own
spe-t the day in Ocala Sunday. the
-eoS of her cousln. Mr. and Mrs. E.
* Howard

Mr C' A Shaw is no, at Zutr.
wrere- h. has a piwition I)uring
be abM c,, hio n' *, stand and truit
strr i, tn -charie of Mr. Isaac Ste-

ir and Mrs F (V ;uGrrant of I nia-
Ulna art. th. gu,.ests for a fe.w days of
tetr **o Iwr E: P t;uerrant. and

Mr and Mrs Charles Ravage are
ery happy over the birth of a small
snm. who madh his arrival on Sunday
V namiaww. at the bomn( of his fath-.r's
'stbl. Mr and Mrs S. S. Savage.
Tr lprotnd voung parents have
he mo rmtiulatloon of their many

*wpr R E. YgV". Sr,.. .. 1 G. Fer-
B.-- at L. W Clyvtt. who repre-
Om tNq lodge of Knights of
p m*mt week. returned home
ima TIhy had a most enjoyable
Sand were delighted with the east
a. The neXt mewtlng of the
- lod gewill be held in Jackson

Mr Jame Brooks. one of Marion's
i- rufu l dyouan farmers and
Wr gfowS. of the Cotton Plant
g sti. lMonay tbroWt to O-ala
-ef the fest cabbage we have
wm m nay a day. Among the lot
e bo rt in were some heads
wueift sfourtetn pounds. He says
i sOW m ot all that large. but that
he i a tnirly large awI age. Peo-
pib h eo ha bIe shipping for the
pmt w, be w receving spe-
ety fa cy pricm for their cabbage.
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SOT SGSI Among the many pretty visiting In response to the invitation of
BLOOD R ingirls to Ocala the past winter and :Mrs. Charels Rheinauer the following
S spring, none have been prettier nor ladies accepted and enjoyed her
S REM D Y more popular than Miss May Caml: of charming hospitality, namely:
S------ Franklin, Va. She was 'n Oca'a in Mesdames Adolph Hohenberg, M.
lUUI mAIMNlm l 'January the guest of her cousins, jFishel, B .W. Mimms. Edward Holder.
Ia w "rin Misses Sallie and Leta Camp, and R. S. Hall, E. L. Carney, W. S. Bul-
SmmftMaSrasdlha 'also spent a short while with Mrs.. ,
Sk i aree amp.returned lock. G. R. McKean, W. V. Newsom.
U .c : Clarence Carlmp. She returned to.
S*2* i i Ocala last week, and is again :Irs.. 1). Robertson, G. S. Scott, Mallory
T r. C,0A m ,i bit land a l ,iddou. J. .H. Taylor, G. T. Maugh3, H.
r.cmd ere 0 .0 Camp's guest. She is not only pretty
a"iad$10aa i but is bright and agreeable as well. L. Anderson, M. C. Looney. W. Har-
ME -FMr P1AMgLT 'f Ii 41 and the young people all admire herivoy Clark, D. W. Davis. J. K. Au.-!tn,
M(lEDZNTS 1. ,very much. They were given an oppor- F. G. B. Weihe ". H. Lloyd, A. E.
0EMW. 1 ,< < .tunity1 Monday night to be with her in
srn.d tnrt.v Mond.ay night to be with her .in Gorig, Bernard Seligman, Lee Muler.
*absU .&aW 1 'a most pleasant and delightful way.
am" **S..- l d E. S. Oldfield. E. I. Maloney, ake
ays.lc e t :" as her hostess gave a dance at
l r p Tsy -ut?. i ,
-* ****fS ..A r t.;,. Yong,'s hall in her honor. She was Brown, T. Gary, R. L. Anderson,
m __-__-_'__ llovely in a beautiful pale blue gown. S. T. Sistrunk. William Wolf. O. T.
-_ .. ., tily fashioned, which was most Green. W. H. Powers, Frank Harris,
,,or'iy <:: i,,becoming to her llonde coloring. Her .I. (. H. Koonce, Sandford Jewett, Al-
A- ii'.e' air was lprettily coifed and she was hert H. Birdsey, E. M. Howard, Wil-
w the cynosure of ?many admii-ing (yes liam Anderson. E. T. Helvenston, D.
During the dance E. Mclver, H. M. Hampton, J. M. Mef-
Mr. (': ip hal had the l.ll pret- fort, 1. .J. Potter, J. WV. Pearson. E. iH.
-'" ily d c'oraild, and as the ,,vetning Mote. L. W. Duval, Charles Peyser,
Mr. J. K. Priest of Daisy was in tr'r!Iel off to le very cool and clear Clarence Camp, .1. W. Crosby, Misses
Mrs. Rachel Roess ana AMss Liiian the lancing was "iost exhilarating, May Camp. Mary Piatt, Annie Davis,
Roess, who have been in Ocala for and hie young people enjoyed them- Grace Hatchell, Susie Fort, Sara Mc-
the past few weeks, the guests of selves as only the young and halpy Creery. Margaret Taylor. Valeta Pot-
Mr. and Mrs. Martin J. Roess, at can at so !ovN\ yI a dance. Mr.' Fisher ter, Carrie Williams and Kate McCol-
their lovely home on Oklawaha av-,and Miss Myrtle Whitfield played die- l'y.
enue, have gone to St. Petersburg. lightfully. Mrs. Rheinauer's party was given
They will spend several weeks at Mrs. Camp's guests were the un- as a compliment to her sister-in-law,
that beautiful winter resort before married set and a few of the young Mrs. Adolph Hohenberg, of Wetump-
returning to their home at Oil City, married couples, the list including ka, Ala.. who is her guest, and who
Penn. 1Misses May Camp. Carrie Williams, is certainly a handsome and very
IValeta Potter, Elizabeth Newsom. charming visitor.
Mr. C. Y. Miller and his son-in-law, Anne Mixson, Sara Davis. Annie At- Receiving with them in the hall
Mr. Fred Newbern, who have been to kinson, Betty Wray Mclver, Annie were Mrs. Rheinauer's sister, Mrs. M.
New York buying a stock of spring Davis, Ethel Robinson. Hope Robin- F;shel. and Mrs. Miimms and Mrs.
and summer goods for their store at son, Lucile Standley. Leafy Sylvester, Holder. The color scheme of this
Leroy. and consummating a big real Sue Anderson. Adele Bittinger, Mar- lovely social function was white and
estate deal, returned home on Satur- garet Anderson, Miss Edith McGuire yellow, and all of the ladies in the
day. Their well pleased looks indi- of Pennsylvania and Miss Kate Me. receiving party wore beautiful white,
rate that the deal mentioned must Colley of Atlanta, and Messrs. James thin gowns over yellow, with yellow
have been satisfactorily consummat- Taylor, Joseph Bell. Robert Ander- sashes, and large yellow corsage but-
ed. son, Alfred Beck. Harry Palmer, terfly bows, and very attractive did
Frank Harris, .r., Sam Teague, Ma- they look. Nearly all of the ladies
our office Saturday and Mr. C. C. rion Pelot. Heron Todd, Ben Todd, assisting wore white and yellow,
Pri.-st of Anthony called on us Mon- Morris Smith, of Jasper, Hibbert which dainty colors were very pretty
.ay. These gentlemen say that their weathers. Emmett Robinson, George and spring-like.
seasons have been exceptionally ex- Ford. Robert Mathews. Donald Ford, On the front veranda Mrs. Carney
rillent and the crops are growing, Fred Lovell. Carlisle Izlar, Phil Rob- and Mrs. Hall received and the punch
s-ll.-ndlidly. and are a week or ten inson, Gilbert Younglove, Mala was served by Miss Potter. Miss Wil-
iays in advance of what they were at Haughton, Mrs. R. C. Camp, Mrs. Mal. liams and Miss McColley. The punch
this timne last spring, and if no ill lory Liddon. Mr. and Mrs. Roess. Mr bowl was unusually prettily decorat-
luck betides the farmers are antici- and Mrs. J. C. B. Koonce, Mr. and ed. The table was covered with tis-
pating thie crops and fine prices. Mrs. Harvey Clark, Mrs. Lloyd, Mr. sue paper doilies, decorated with yel-
Mr. an Mrs. B. C. Sterling of and Mrs. Lee Miller, Mr. and Mrs. low flowers and all about the table
Frank Drake. Mrs. J. K. Austin and were clusters of rich yellow kum-
rankfort.l rs. C. C. Todd. Mr. and Mrs. John quats, orange blossoms and sour or-
and are registered at the Montezuma. he punch was
Tayl6r. anges. The punch was principally
WVh,,n Silwer Spings Park was in the
Refreshing punch was served by made with oranges and the cherries
hey day of its prosperity Mr. and Mrs. y p
Mrs. Austin, Mrs. Koonce, Mrs. Todd in it were yellow. The punch table
ruling lived there for a shortand iss Bettan, and during the in- was greatly admired.
and Tuesday rode ot there in a eterission a very dainty buffet lunch- The other ladies assisting Mrs.
while, and enjoyed the trip very much. eon was enjoyed by the merry danc- Rheinauer during the afternoon were
They mt some ot the people who ers. Mesdames Bullock, Scott, Taylor. Mc-
1hey yet know. and said that the ride Newsom. Robertson and
Kean. Newsom. Robertson and Lid-
and the weather were delightful. THE PRESBYTERIAN TEA d(on.
I There were twelve tables of cr.rds

Mr. and Mrs. ujeorge Alien 01 Sa- Th g sv tea t i g
SThe regular silver tea that is given
.*rmh ua have mo Svfla.n.

vanna .. .pnu vr. uiv "nz tv it asupts,
where they will hereafter reside. Mr.
Allen is with the Cudahy Company,
and will have charge of their inter-
ests in that city. Before her mar-
riage to Mr. Allen in Jacksonville,
Mrs. Allen was Miss May Allred of
this city, and her Ocala friends will
be delighted to know that her future
home will be so near her old home,
and they hope for frequent visits from

Mrs. J. E. Chace was again operat-I
ed on Sunday at Dr. Kelly's private
sanitarium in Baltimore. A telegram
was received from Dr. Chace 'rues-
day, stating that Mrs. Chace is doing
nicely since the operation, which will

every third Monday by the lady mem-
bers of the Presbyteian church, was
held this week at the home of Mrs.
W. V. Newsom.
The afternoon was a miserably raw
and rainy one and as Mrs. Newsom
lives so far out it was thought that
the crowd would be very small, but
instead quite a good sized crowd were
present, which was certainly quite a
compliment to the hostess. The la-
dies who were present were amply re-
paid, as they spent a charmingly
pleasant hour together.
Mrs. Newsom was assisted by her
husband's daughter, Mrs. Nathan
Mayo. of Summerfleld. who is her
guest for a few days. and by Mrs. E.

be most gratifying news to every- tarney, in serving very aellcious
body, as her condition is a matter of angel food. hot chocolate with whip-
very deep interest to everyone here. ped cre.m, and crckers.
as she is very greatly beloved, an!' A good sized offering was left on
her long and serious illness has Ieen ,h" plate during the afternoon.
a great grief to her friends.
Mr. and Mrs. R. A. Carlton are en- -
joying a visit from Mrs. R. A. Carl-j Mr. and Mrs. P n Weathers enter
ton. Jr.. and Mrs. Marvin Carlton of tainted with a jolly old fashioned can-
Wilmington. N. C. They will also dy Iull last evening at their home.

visit their sister-in-law. Mrs. Ella Er-
vin. during their stay in our city. Ac-
companied by Mr. and Mrs. Carlton.
Mrs. Ervin. Carlton Ervin. and sev-
eral others of their Ocala relatives
they enjoyed a beautiful day on Sil-
ver Springs Saturday, and were per-
fectly charmed with the trip.

We print a letter from Mr. M. L.

21" Magnolia avenue, in compliment
to Miss Lula McClendon of Miami.
Delicious Lady Baltimore cake and
orange ice was served.
The host and hostess were assist-
ed by Mr. and Mrs. E. R. Beckwith,
Mr. and Mrs. Allen of Ocala, Miss
Bessie Hammerly and Miss Hilda
Kemp. Others invited were the
young men who have extended cour-

and three tables of dominoes, making
in all sixty players, and very merrily
and pleasantly (lid the afternoon pass.
The high scores were made by Mrs.
Looney and Mrs. Mclver, the former
winning a lovely little bowl, painted
in oranges, and the latter a fruit plate
with similar decorations. The booby
prizes were silver tally keepers, sou-
venirs of Florida, having alligators
and other suggestive decorations
thereon. They were awarded to Mrs.
Maughs and Miss Camp. The visit-
or's prize, a pretty white gauze fan,
was won by Mrs. P lmms and the hon-
or guest was presented a handsome
china beer stein, which was also paint-
l d in oranges.
Mrs. Rheinauer had helping hei in
marking the scores dainty little Caro-
lyn Hohenberg and Agnes Burford,
who were very sweet in their pretty
white frocks and sashes. The tallies
were kept on picture postal cards,
whose decorations were also oranges
and orange blossoms.
The two-course luncheon served af-
ter the games was not only delicious
but beautifully served as well. The
first course was grapefruit and nut
salad, served in oranges, from which
the fruit had been removed, and the
tops were prettily scalloped. With
the salad was served salted almonds,
olives and saltines. The cherry and
yellow ice cream was served in
squares, and the plates were garnish-
ed with yellow nasturtiums, tied with
yellow ribbon. The cakes were iced
with yellow, and fruit cake and coffee



There are many ways in which n: serves
the public, but the one now most valuable
perhaps, is to help with loans. We will
meet the needs of conservative borrowers

The Munroe & Chambliss Banl

of Mlrechal Neil roses effectively
used on mantels, tables, piano, book-
caset, etc., and the lights were shaded
in yellow, thus beautifully complet-
ing the color motif of the afternoon.


Much interest is being manifested
in the tuberculosis exhibit that will
be held in this city on Friday by Prof.
Routzahn, director of the "All Florida
Campaign" against the great white
The exhibit was held for a month
or more at Jacksonville and for the
past month has been at Pensacola.
One-day institutes will be held in a
number of the larger towns of the
state, and Friday is the day for the
exhibit here. The session will also
be continued through Saturday morn
We hope that a large crowd will
take advantage of this exhibit and be
present at one or all of the sessions
on Friday.
The program for the day is as fol-
9 a. m.-Director Routzahn met at
Ocala House by reception committee,
consisting of mayor and members of
board and three physicians; followed
by a tour of the city.
10 a. m.-Woman's Club, discussion
of plans for day and general campaign
11 a. iu.-Public school. Primary
school will also attend this session.
12 m.-Howard academy.
1:30 p. m.-Lunch.
3 p. m.-Exhibit at court house.
Open session all during 'the afternoon.
7:30 p. m.-Stereopticon lecture at
Orpheum Theater.
9 p. m.-Stereorplcon lecture at Or-
pheum Theater for colored people.
Saturday, 9 a. 1.--Exhibit at court
house for colored people.
In a letter received yesterday from
the managers of this exhibit, they
Citizens of Ocala:
We cannot promise you the exhibi-
tion we had here in Pensacola, but
w, can assure you much of interest
and great good to come from the se-
ries of "one-day health institutes" for
the presentation of many and varied
phases of the world-war against tu-
berciulosis, or consumption..

Yesterday Mr. J. M. Meffert receiv-
Tuesday Mr. J. M. Meffert receiv-
ed his handsome new touring car, and
Tuesday afternoon while engaged in
cranking up the machine, Fred Mef-
fort. his third son, happened to a very
painful accident. The crank flew out
of his hand and tsruck him on the
wrist, breaking ft quite severely. His
wrist and hand will be out of commis-
sion for some time and his young
friends all regret very much 'to hear
of his painful accident.


After careful investigation the un-
dersigned corroborate the announce-
ment that Mr. Otheneil Lucius has
smallpox. The case is extremely mild
and no one who has been viccinated
need far contagion.

To the Editor Ocala Banner:
I desire through your columns to
thank the people of Anthony for their
kindness (luring and after the recent
fire, and for the donations of wearing
apparel received.

Mr. John Foglestrom, one of the
prominent residents of the Montague
section, was in Ocala Saturday and


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Miss Bessie Porter of Ocala who
was honoree at a box party at the
Grand, to see Madame Naaimova It
"A Doll House" Tuesday evening. re-
turned from Atlanta yesterday.
Miss Josephine Schneider of Pla
City was elected a member of th
Phi Beta Sigma society by the fac t
ty of Brenau. This is a very great
honor bestowed upon Mis Schneider,
as the society is composed of oaty
fifteen members having the highest
literary standing in the latittution.
Miss Mattle Williams of Ocala wa
the honor guest of a domino party
given by Mrs. Epps. oa Green street
Tuesday evening.
Monday was an ideal spring day,
and the Phi Mu Gamma society took
advantage of the beautiful weather by
giving a tally-ho ride It honor of their
grand counselor, Miss Crump. f
Richmond, who came to Brenau to
inspect the Gamma chapter. Amno-
the Florida girls girls who are me-
bers of the society and who enjoyed
this delightful ride were Misses Bew
sie and Marguerite Porter. Mum to
Stovall and Alta Pearson of O(ak,
and Leila McFarlin of Quincy.-At-
lanta Journal.


The W. O. W. had a very elegat
time at Tampa. and the arg"liatle
was largely represented.
Ocala was represated in the per-
sons of Mr. Carter Ht lnme and Mr.
Chas. K. Sage.
The banquet wa% s,,a... thingg royal
and unique, and in the eakhe-p of
the bill of fare the *. w0 esree
their ingenuity to the end tat the
names of those prominent ih the ae
vention were pleasantly aasesrated t
connection with the several di-shs.
and in the naming of whieb it will b
seen that Ocala was epreseted-
The menu was as follows:
Spanish Olives Catlry
Red Peppers
Sausage Spaalsh Ham

Soup on the Wing
Pilut of Red aasapper
.Jew-ll on Chicken Caatalaaa
Rumey Darn Omelette
Anderson Sandwich. ('Crm Ch-ese
With Guava Parte
Towne's Tips ('afe
Aad C'igar
Tea-Sage Leavea



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1L t. Who has been en-
Sthe ome atMr. E.
a Couple of Weeks, re-
S booe in Ocala recently.
aem.th Willam came
O. hkimevllle ad went to
IL 064surveyor. was here
St-- IItUviLg ,some lots for
4 6 ar. and establishing
r t iB tht kad become rather
S-B hk uers of time.
I e. port has made some
a 3 Iwel roments in his
1 r1 lym eluding new steps
"M 0t M* fbor his house to the
I wUft Man at the top and in
M W8dd le ot he light, from which
O v1ilewb of the lake may be
S mBdM He h as also extended his
40 te-- feet further into the
Sa e teW low water made It diffl-
I r 1 earb tio ud.
b tL Pk aeot returned Wednes-
4W fltm a few days' visit at Eustis.
0. H. For alo Ocala was the guest
Oe Mr. and Mrs. Woodrow at .Blair
Vila ver I MAr .
Orages am about all shipped out,
b g Crpefrit can be supplied in

I4t Wli.e, Mr. Barclay and Mr.
P. W. Ha Atl Mhve a small supply
f .erIv. tat the fruit has been
860i" dF- I r all the other fine
mves. the "drops" command
a bir pra
I. H. arcy returned recently
&Me a two weeks' visit down the
wom eamt. glag as far south as Bra-

M l htwr Weathers, who has
bha a ges at Blair Villa for some
day. eurned to her home in Ocala
e Tieday. She expects to return
with a pasy of young ladies for the
4me at the Oaks rn Friday night.
JarOb Bradftr of Nashville. Tenn.,
Stings eajreg the winter with his
SIsaly at his pbsant home across
It lake, is a equeet caller at East-
tab drawag his supplies from the
wiel eeokd store of E. F. Newport.
A charming function was the tea
Sivem Saturday afternoon by Mrs. D.
a. Woodrow at Blair Villa. Guests
were press hut from Woodmar and the
Saw of the lake and from Ocala. A
Se q feature was the animal delinea-
tAm. rk gums being asked to draw
a certals animal. Mr. Goodwin and
Mr. Chambits were the judges of
tb dr ladmtioms of animal form,
I awarded prlme to Dr. Henry on
Mb "prkers"--oe of the improved
v,4,ant v and aoe oC the razorback; and
pri se tthe "Impressionist"
eds--oterwlws the booby prize-to
Mr Haskel. whose "flying rabbits"
erm oely added a new creation to the
m-olagical OsM. but also was a fine
tyrp of "tipresionlst" work. Mr.
Geedwim debled the "impressionist"
chMol of art as the one which requir-
ed you to guss most as to what the
prkturn was intended to represent.
Te- and delktcous salad constituted
the refrn.hment,
Mr and Mrs Z C. Chambliss of
I Orala W.'rp gc.'sts of Mr. and Mrs.
eoodtwin as 'The Oaks" on Saturday
and 5unda.
A bouse-warnmng and porch dance
will bt given at "The Oaks" on Fri-
day aighb. Ir. Henry is master of
ew oanie A number of people are
ep rted down from Ocala and the

lakeside wil be largely represented.


prcial ('or Ocala Banner:
STe farmers' crops are progressing
leety They are In hopes that Jack
Prest will mn visit them any more
tsh" spring.
The "stig" at Miss Gertrude Jones'
Sbftda night was a grand success.
Mr. and Mrs. J. J. Luffman spent
Sunday with their daughter, Mrs. Will

Mrs. Brew has returned from vis-
ita her daughter at Winter Garden,
and reports having had a nice time.
Among te guests of Mr. J. M. Luff-
ma mSunday afternoon were Mr. P.
T Wilmsn and family. Mrs. Noah Wal-
des and Mr. and Mrs. C. M. Luffman.
hOr school clowd Wednesday. and
all thb pupils returned home rejoicing
that bte school had closed.
* We are glad to say that Mr. J. M.
Hewitt is slowly Improving.
Quite a number of our young folks
vtsied Mr. and Mrs. George Luffman
Saturday ulght
Mrs C. A. Rahme visited her sis-
Uar. Mrs. J. M. Hewitt. Saturday af-

Msl Gertrude Jones visited Mrs.
MsInbr Weeks Suaday.
A certa M 7ya man looks sad on


Special Cor. Ocala Banner:
Refreshing raise are bringing forth
the spring foliage, and making our
village of oaks a beautiful place in
which to abide.
The supper and sale held by the
Belleview Workers Friday evening,
was a complete financial and social
success. The net proceeds were $40.
The quilt brought $16.20, and was
won by Miss Bertha Farris.
Mr. and Mrs. E. E. Blood and son,
Reginald, left Tuesday for Jackson-
ville, from which place they sailed
Wednesday on the steamship Mohawk
for their home in Maine. They are
the first to break our winter colony,
and we were sorry to see them go.
The Loyal Temperance Legion will
hold their first meeting in the hall
this Friday afternoon at 3:30. A
good attendance is expected.
Rev. J. J. Thompson will give a
stereopticon lecture under the aus-
pices of the Ladies' Aid Society, Fri-
day evening, at the hall. Subject: "A
Year Within the Arctic Circle." Ad-
mission, 15 cents; children, 10 cents.
The congregation at the Methodist
church is very encouraging. The
Sunday school is also prospering. Let
us continue in making them so. The
novel service which was announced
for last Sunday morning was made
by having the collection plates chang-
ed into distributing ones, in which
were placed aluminum text cards for
morning and evening services, each
person taking one. The congrega-
tions were large and appreciative.


Special Cor. Ocala Banner:
Mr. B. C. Young, Christian evange-
list from Cordell, Okla., who has been
spending the winter, preaching in
Florida, has just finished a protracted
meeting in Electra. His meetings
were well attended generally. Some
of the people said he was the best
preacher they had ever heard.
Mr. J. A. Pittman of Ocala spent
several days here fishing, and attend-
ing the preaching services. He re-
ports having had an excellent time.
We are sorry to report the illness
of Messrs. J. E. Morse and W. E. Mar-
tin, two of our oldest and best citi-
zens. Mr. Morse had a stroke of par-
alysis some time ago. He got a great
deal better, but recently had another
stroke, and is in a critical condition.
Mr. Martin had a bad case of grip
and then a relapse, but is mending
rapidly. Dr. Henry of Lake Weir has
been attending both.
Saturday Miss Bettie McCarley
went to Ocala to see her brother, who
is in the hospital there, suffering
from an accidental wound in his eye.
She reports him doing as well as
could be expected.
Miss Dixie Pillans accompanied
Miss McCarley to town to do some
Rev. Mr. Luter of Wildwood filled
his regular appointment at the Con-
gregational church Sunday. Quite a
large crowd were out to hear him.
Mrs. Maude Heath and daughter.
Mary, who have been visiting friends
here. have returned to their home in
Mr. J. L. Rushing will move to
Lynne this week. We are sorry to
lose such a good neighbor.


The question as to whether lands
opened by the Okeechobee road are
suitable for growing Irish potatoes is
practically settled in favor of the in-
dustry. On Saturday at the store of
the Lake Worth Produce Company
there were five or six bushels of Irish
potatoes that had been brought in
that morning from Okeechobee farm.
the property of Mr. J. D. Mathis. at
the western terminus of the Okeecho-
bee road. The potatoes were as nice
as were ever grown, and Mr. Mathis
states that only 1500 pounds of fertili-
zer to the acre was used in their pro-
duction. If as we understand it takes
from 3000 to 3500 pounds of fertilizer
to grow potatoes at Hastings then
this Okeechobee land is certainly the
best ever. and there is no doubt hut
that another year a large acreage of
Irish potatoes will be planted in this
section.-Tropical Sun. West Palm



"Besides being an excellent remedy
for colds and throat troubles. Cham-
berlain's Cough Remedy is nuequalled
as a cure for croup," says Harry Wil-
son of Waynetown, Ind. When given
as soon as the croupy cough appears,
this remedy will prevent the attack.
It is used successfully in many thous-
and -of homes. Fro sale by all drug-
gists. m


Special Cor. Ocala Banner:
Little Miss Louise Campbell enter-
tained very delightfully Wednesday
afternoon at a birthday party, it be-
ing her eighth year.
At half past three the little boys
and girls began to arrive, and in an
hour they had all arrived, and were
having a real genuine tea party in
a cozy little nook which had been
decorated and arranged for the occa-
sion. After they had enjoyed their
tea it was decided that some exercise
would be helpful, so they engaged in
the old time game of jump the rope.
After this they were invited into the
dining room by Miss Louise, where
her mother, Mrs. W. R. Campbell,
served most delicious lemonade,
chocolate cake, assorted candy and
The table was beautifully decorat-
ed. In the center was a handsome
Battenburg center-piece, upon which
was banked a beautiful bouquet of
snowdrops and umbrella blossoms.
'he fruit and candy was also artis-
tically arranged. The little folks en-
joyed themselves immensely. Their
beaming faces and cunning remarks
only added to the pleasure of the
older ones. Little Miss Louise prov-
ed to be an ideal hostess, and we hope
that this will not be her last birthday
celebration at Cornell.
Among those who attended were:
Misses Nellie Tenney, Alice Tenney,
Ruby Tucker, Appit Redditt and Mrs.
- Ballard, and Messrs. Bennie Hamp-
ton, Archie Hampton, Otto Dinkins
and Lester Dinkins. Miss Louise was
also the guest of honor at an ice
cream supper Wednesday evening at
the home of Mr. and Mrs. L. Ballard.
Col. L. P. Miller has a fine crop of
watermelons and has them worked
out beautifully.
Cupid is busy winning hearts, and
we understand that the wedding bells
will soon be ringing. Who is it-can
you guess?
Mr. E. C. Green is building him a
new residence.
Mrs. Maby of Oca!a was in town
Tuesday visiting her daughter, Mrs.
E. '. Green.
Mr. W. R. Campbell is running his
sawmill at its fullest capacity, saw-
ing up the large potatoes raised on
Cornell farms during the season, so
that they can be banked, and Mr.
Dinkins, the sawyer, says that he
gets plenty of "tater pone." by using
the sawdust. VIOLET.


Wednesday afternoon, from three
to five o'clock, the beautiful home of
Mr. and Mrs. C. C. Waits was the
scene of a lovely reception, give- by
their charming daughter, Miss Ruby
Waits, in honor of her cousin, Miss
Krouse, of Meridian, Miss.
When the guests arrived they were
met in the hall, which was beautiful-
ly decorated, by Miss' Waits. From
there they were ushered into the par-
lor, which was artistically decorated
with palms and cut flowers, where
they were received by Miss Krouse.
After a very interesting contest, in
which Miss Weber of Kentucky was
ithe fortunate prize winner of a hand-
Ssome silk work bag, and Miss Lyles
of South Carolina securing the booby,
a three course lunch of grapefruit and
pineapple, a salad course, followed
by strawberry ice cream and cake,
was then served from the dining
room by Miss Waits, assisted by Miss
Walkup. The dining room was elab-
orately decorated with roses and
pansies. The highly polished table,
with its gleaming silver and irredes-
cent cut glass, made an exquisite pic-
ture. At the departure of the guests
each was presented with a bunch ot
pansies as a souvenir of the after-
Those present were: Misses Krouse
of Meridian, Miss, Weber of Ken-
tucky. Norsworthy of Canada, Taylor
of Kentucky, Lyles of South Carolina,
Mary Walkup, Myrtice Baldwin, Ar-
tie Baldwin, Anna Christian, Eliza-
beth Gist, Annette Gist, Maude Da-
vis, May Cork, Jaynie Scott, Florence
Cork, Lillian Norsworthy. Edelweis
Price, Mrs. Chambers and Mrs. Flew-
After bidding the hostess good-bye
a prominent farmer carried the guests
to their homes in his automobile.

After covering everything he could
think of in his prayer from religion
to law, the young convert closed his
supplication for divine favor as fol-
lows: "And, finally, may we all be
gathered in that happy land where
there are no courts, no jails, no law-
yers and no judges."


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The Newspaper Men of This State
Will Gather in the "Ancient City"
on March 30th
Thomas J. Appleyard, secretary of
the Florida Press Asosciation, has is-
sued the following notice:
Lake City, Fla., March 15, 1909.

To Members:
The annual meeting of the Florida '
Press Association will be held al S' Are for sale h
Augustine. March 30-31, 190t. your Edison
It is hoped to make this or' .. the gear attach(
best meetings held in several years. Come in and
An elaborate program has been pre- R r
pared, which will be sent out in a hear the Recol
few days by Mr. Harry L. Brown, ed- STANDAR
itor of the St. Augustine Record.
The association will establish a A E
school of journalism, and will have
charge of the St. Augustine Record, TI
for one day, giving the members en- OA
gaged on the country press an oppor-
tunity of participating in daily news-
paper work for one day. Messrs.
Frank E. Harris of the Ocala Banner,
and T. J. Appleyard of the Folrida In- THE BROWNSVILLE A
dex, Lake City, wil be managing edi-
tors. The staff will be made up at Representative Bartlett of
'tue meeting. in concluding his speech
Transportation can be had for one Brownsville affair, said:
lady member of an editor's family 'And finally, Mr. Speaker.
to accompany him, in exchange for i,,- ,.nmnitt o, nf the sna

advertising, by the Atlantic Coast
Line, to any editor of a newspaper
published on its line. Make applica-
tio nat once to Mr. A. W. Fritot, divis-
ion passenger agent, at Jacksonville.
This transportation can be had to
either Jacksonville or Palatka.
The Seaboard Air Line will issue
transportation to members of the as-
sociation along its line with which it
has contracts. S. C. Boylston, Jr.,
Jacksonville, Fla., is the assistant
general passenger agent of this line.
No other line will issue transpor-
tation on any basis.
Dues are one dollar per annum, and
should be paid.
Any other information will be
cheerfully furnished.




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Phonograph by means of a
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an investigation lasting for more
than a year, and of the most search-
ing and exhaustive character, has
found and reported to the senate, by
a majority of 9 to 4-
"That in the opinion of this com-
mittee the shooting in the affray at
Brownsville on the night of August
13-14, 1906, was done by some of the
colored soldiers belonging to the
Twenty-fifth U. S. Infantry, then sta-
tioned at Fort Brown, Texas."
"So the verdict rendered and the
conclusion reached in every investi-
gation made has been that these ne-
gro soldiers are guilty. The purpose
of this bill is to restore to them the
right again to enter our army, to
again wear its uniform, and to re-
ceive back pay and allowances; and
in all probability to again dishonor
and disgrace the uniform and the flag
and to become heroes in the eyes of
their own race, because they not only
Shave escaped punishment for this out-



Dainty Millinery

There's a daintntnts, a -t** sad
beauty about the dilM,.y of .111i.
NERY we are showing this m*-,am
that has never be'4n equall,.,
Ocala. The striking originalIto v
the hats now on display her- are
bound to appeal to the tastes of up
to-date women. However, a word pic-
ture of these artistic goods can giv*
only the faintest conception of thebr
real beauty and elegance. so we t-
vite the ladies of Marion and a4&
cent counties to call and see them

Haycraft & DeCamp
Next to N. Fraer's


sure. c.xcumas songwonu is won re- -
rageous crime and concealed th r-

garded as the best gowned young wo-
man in Washington. She has worn
such an aray of directoire and empire
robes since the season began that
it seems sure she spent a big part of
the summer talking with dressmak-
ers. Many of her robes show little
details which are new to America.
She has a gold brocade directoire
which is without the least vestige of
trimming save a fold of gold tissue
across the low-cut neck, and a similar
fold edging the long yellow sleeves.
The gown is exceedingly straight and
narrow. Around the waist is a heavy
golden cord, which, descending right
and left from the front panel, edges
the rtain. Mrs. Longworth has every
detail of her costumes to match, so
with this gown her slippers and hos-
iery are golden. She wears her hair
dressed low on her neck. without
puffs of any sort, and with a single
sheaf of golden wheat. Mrs. Long-
worth wore to the recent diplomatic
dinner a gown of peacock blue satin.
The corsage was round, with a filling
of cream lace. and then the gown de-
scended to the knee as narrow and
tight as a bolster case. The train
was almost a ribbon, but the slender
outlines of the former president's
daughter made this severe mode a

But if you are lokine for the best
section in which to late, come to
Marion county, Florida, where lands
can be bought at from $2.50 to $25
per acre, according to location and
Improvements. On these lands we
raise from two to four crops per year,
and hence do not have to consume in
winter all that we can lay up in sum-
If vo srm O>a c1n^tid1 i_<*ik tik--

petrators, but have been made the es-
pecial objects of care and protection
by the congress of the United States.
The country will be fortunate indeed
if in the future the Brownsville affair
is not again repeated by these same
soldiers on the citizens of some other
community." (Applause).


Early this week the Tampa North-
ern Railway Company will occupy its
new depot at Brtoksville, at which
place the company has made a num-
ber of terminal improvements,
amounting to about $30,000.
Right-of-way for the extension of
the road from Brooksville to Dunnel-
Ion has been secured, and consjdera-
ble grading lone. but it may be a
matter of several weclks or even
months before the actual work of
placing the rail for the extension is
'undertaken. The greater part of this
rail arrived some weeks ago.
Although it has v.ot been announced
definitely what time the actual work
on the extension will begin it is
known that the management of the
railway is very anxious to have the
extension completed at the earliest
Spracticable time, and that this will be
Sdone.-Tampa Tribune.

Make your paint and save manu-
facturers profit. You can make paint
at the least cost when you mix 1-4 of
a gallon of Linseed Oil, costing 45
cents, with a gallon of L. & M. Paint.
You then make 1 3-4 gallons of paint.
Buy a gallon and try it, and get your
money hack if not found so. The IL.
& M. Paint has been used over 35
years, and has decorated more than
twon million Amrini.n, I.....

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Cannot be produced by unpleasant thoughts, nor can a plnt and
desirable effect be produced by buying hop worn am a .vi
MILLINERY. Before leaving on our emi-annuse bayig tr p to
the East we had disposed of nearly every trimmed hat in our es-
tablishment on account of the fact that everything this season is so
very distinct from the styles of former years. Owin to the crowd-
ed condition of our store we are offering specially low prices n
everything in stock. It will pay you to come in and look over what
we have before purchasing yoor Spring Millinery. Besides a full
line of Trimmed Hats we carry all kinds of Flowers, Frames, Rib-
bons Etc.

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MARCH g9, 90o9.


Stat ad couty tax books will
dcre Matrh lst. Save costs by pay-
tag Y tazN before the above date.
DO t forge to bring a correct de-
ulptieB of yor property.
3tl- Tax Collector.

Local amd Personal

Mr. J. C. PUla of Electra
amm Ocala vtoMr Friday.


a mt dtaok aRgn and
t a -. we p LMHd whl key. a

Mr. C. W. Twmer of Aanthay was
t the dty a bedelem Friday.

Mr. and Mrs. Hery Nurney of Suf-
taI. Va.. are visiting Mr. and Mrs.
ig (amp.

MIn Pattle Smith went down to
D-Ueom Friday afternoon to spend
two days with friends there.

Mr. P. H. Nuaget of Candler. our
wel h ow ex-sberiff. was among the
Friday visitors to our city.

ITKlN! Whes you are at home
ed -a your order. When in town
a h hi place headquarters. Hogan's
Pw. the whiskey an.

Celery is making Sanford famous.
Oala will always hold her own for
the dellcoms cantaloupe.

Mis Carrie Miller has returned
home. after a visit of several weeks
with Mrs. Myra McMillan of Gaines-

ly. ~Md people. wher you get hun-
ry. i to Hogan's ptlac. He keeps
tatMng to eat ad drink. G. D.
on". x

SMr and Mrs. Nathan Mayo have re-
termed to their home at Summerfield
after a few days sent very pleasant-
ly at Jacksonville.

Mrs C M Watson of Coleman.
who spent several days in Ocala with
Mrs J A Walters and family. re-
turwnd home Priday.

Mr W H. Moore of Berlin was
tmag the county acbool teachers in
the city Saturday He is principal of
the ('ttag Hill school near Berlin.

The lovely little yon of Mr. and
Mrs Herbert Charles Jones. who was
tnmr no hte twenty-eighth of Febru-
ar mtill I cvall'1d HI.-rH'rlt Charles
Jew". .I1

FpVtR ALE- Velvet beans, at farm-
,.m" prie'. by F W. Webber. Oak
*ia 2-26-3t.

Mry, ; Neville of Dunnellon
was e.lect- to one of thit head offlees
it the Wo XA o A at the' annual convention
,lwt it, Tamnla this week.

H' tI Mwore. formerly connect-
,,i( h th. t-iala Irn" Works. now
Sr .la.I.n'- Flhrt-ington and a tillet
,qt t*, 4,tl is a vilitor to Ocala. His
,t.s-nd.t e-r. all giving him the "glad
hand Fritda

Whd you want a quitc meal. drop
to tja' Cafe. where you'll find
ove ythblmI s as on the bill of

Dr Ii A aimth. whose house and
frIInurP was destroyed at Anthony.
fratm1musel had the same insured. It
Is not often that a house that is in-
S ....e -.. Ih it thOx in-

It is the season of love, sweetness,
flowers, song and poetry, and we are
glad that Ocala is in shape to greet
these conditions, and is in harmony
with them.

Mrs. Arthur Masters and pretty
little daughter of-Live Oak are on a
visit to relatives at Williston, and
before going back to their home they
will probably pay a visit to their rel-
atives in this city.

Mr. Hamp Chambers has added two
peafowls and a number of guinea pigs
to his animal and bird collection. Al-
ligators, wild cats and other animals,
reptiles, etc., are promised him. It
means at no distant day a park and a

W- are headquarters for all good
things to eat and drink. Good service
and prompt attention. Hogan. the
whiskey man. z

Mrs. A. J. Leavengood of Stanton,
accompanied by her daughter, Miss
Evelyn, is in the city on a visit to
relatives. She is at present with her
daughter, Mrs. J. Watt Perry, at her
home on North Magnolia street.

Mrs. Allan Bridges of this city, Miss
Lucy Ford of Lynchburg, Va., and
Mrs. Starr of Washington, left Friday
afternoon for Micanopy, where they
went for the wedding of Mrs. Sue D.
Feaster and Mr. Ethan A. Hickson, of
Lake City, on Thursday.

It it cl.ils or fever? Planrs Chill
Tonic is guaranteed to cure. 25c. I
Seed Oats and Seed Potatoes, at

The editor of this paper feels that
he is doing his part in making Ocala

a "city beautiful." Let everyone do
just a little bit and add that little
bit to a little bit more, and in a little
while the praise of our city will be
on all lips and sung everywhere.

Colonel R. F. Rogers and Mr. 0.
H. Rogers were in from Lynne Fri-
day. Like those from other sec-
tions of the county they favor the
county convicts working on the good
roads and having them built under
the supervision of competent engi-

LOST-On Sunday, March 7th, from
my place at Martin. a setter gyp,
about one year old; head half white
and half black: body nearly white.
Information leading 'to her recoveryN
will be suitably rewarded by addrc-s-
ing W. W. Martin, Martin. Fla. :'-12t!

Chambliss of Ocala. who 'roasis"
the state fair. writes like a man witih
a personal grievance. However we
can get along very well without
( hambliss.-Tampa Tribune.
No. Mr. Chambliss. we are quie (
sure, has no personal grivance. :n't
if he had he would not nmanifest i'
in that way. What he said pubic':
was the criticism privately of ne;,ri.
everyone- who visited the Ta;pa l:tiri
If his ad 'ice is heecded a;nd lis :;m'':
cst ions followed, in our judgment
tt'e fair will fare better, for Mr.

('hambliss is an enthusiastic fair man
;and is sagacious and practical along
nearly all lines.

Mr. E. C. McLeod has discoveseil a
fine grade of Fuller's earth on his
place and has had the same analyzed.
Mr. Montholon Atkinson was in town
Friday and said that he also had
made a discovery of it on his place.
If all or even a part of what is said
of these deposits be true Marion

hOHENBERG The officers and members of this as-
----sociation have every reason to con-
The high tide of social enjoyment gratulate themselves on the large
reached its highest on Friday after- gathering Friday afternoon. Every
noon, when Mrs. Edward Holder en- seat was occupied and several were
tertained in compliment to Mrs. Bu- compelled to stand.
ena Mimms of Kentucky and Mrs. Dr. E. Van Hooud i al very in-
Adolph Hohenberg of Alabama. TheI
Adolph Hohenberg of Alabama. The!teresting and learned paper on the
Holder home is one of the handsom- pestiferous fly and the iniquitous mos-
est, not only in Ocala, but in the en- quito.
tire south. The spacious halls and He first told of the fly, its breeding
rooms are as beautiful as the hands places, how it distributed filth and
of skilled architects and finished ar- carried disease. It was one of the
tists can make them. The furnish- worst plagues of Egypt and through-
ings are elegant, showing many piec out the ages it still maintains its place
es of antique and rare bric-a-brac and at the head of the column of pests.
other interesting and beautiful things Dr. Hood said that the favorite
that have been gathered by Mr. and breeding place of flies is the public
Mrs. Holder on their frequent trips stables and enumerated quite a num-
abroad. Large vapes filled with mag- her of other favorite locations. Very
nificent roses, splendid branches of few if any redeeming qualities are
dogwood in full blossom and artistic placed to the credit of the fly.
clusters of wisteria added to the gen- Dr. Hood told how the fly could be
eral attractiveness of 'the entire three eliminated and it is within the power
floors, all of which were used at this of the sanitary committee to largely,
lovely party. mitigate this evil.. If every house-1
Mrs. Holder, who has a beautiful holder will screen his premises he
face and royal grace of manner, wore will largely aid the work of those who
an imported gown of white mull, elab are entrusted with looking after the
orately embroidered in lavender, sanitary condition of the city.
She, with the two honorees, greeted Dr. Hood next took up the mosqul-
the guests in the parlor. Mrs. Mimms to. He introduced us to the scientif-
was attractive in a princess gown of ie names of the various families of
red, and Mrs. Hohenberg looked mosquitos and told of the number of
handsome in a gown of wisteria silk, diseases that are credited to their
with Persian trimmings. dissemination.
The guests were met at the Iront at they disseminate and perhaps
door by Mr.m. J. C. B. Koonce. After That they disseminate and perhaps
door by Mrs. J. C. B. Koonce. After originate yellow fever and other ma-
exchanging compliments with the re- various fevers there is no doubt.
ceiving line they were invited to the Dr. Hood is eminently qualified to
second floor by Mrs. Charles Rhein- tell of the mosquio, because he was
auer. where Mrs. J. K. Austin receiv- present in Cuba when the eminent
ed and directed them to the third'physicians were making their tests

floor. Here they were greeted by
Mrs. E. L. Carney and delicious punch
was served by Mrs. George McKean.
All of the assisting ladies were pret-
tily gowned.
Tables for whist were arranged in
the billiard room, and this game was
greatly enjoyed for several hours.
The prize, which was a very hand-
some silver salad fork, was won by
Mrs. Mary Eagleton, she having
scored the highest number of points.
To each guest of honor was given a
set of exquisite gold beauty pins.
Bon bon dishes filled with candies
were placed on the tables during the
At the conclusion of the games
most delightful refreshments, con-
sisting of cherry ice cream, branded
peaches with nuts, angel's food,
chocolate cake, salted almonds and
black coffee were seved.
This party will be remembered
with much pleasure by those who
were the fortunate guests of the
charming hostess on this happy occa-
sion, and was a most beautiful com-
pliment to these two popular visit-
ors to Ocala.


Mrs. .. T. Izlar very pleasantly en-
tertained the Daghbters at her homb
Friday afternoon.
The first part of the afternoon was
spent discussing business. As Mrs.
Gary, the faithful president, was un-
able to be present, Mrs. R. G. Blake

that established to the world that this
tiny insect was responsible for the
great scourges which until then had
baffled the skill of the medical world.
Dr. Hood also went fully into the
history of the mosquito, told of his
breeding places and how he could be
If his suggestions could be follow-
ed rigidly the mosquito could be
completely eradicated and within a
period of a very short time.
Dr. Hood's paper was an exhaust-
vle one and was listened to with
marked attention and when he had
finished he said that he would be
pleased to answer any questions ask-
ed him if he was able to do so.
He was asked about the gnat, and
said that it must also be classed as
a disease distributor, and that efforts
ought likewise be made to extermi-
nate the gnat.
In short and in brief, science has
leveled its batteries against the gnat.
the fly and the mosquito, and they
must go!
The Woman's Club, which has
just recently organized in this city,
aie already doing a splendid work
and are certainly entitled to every
Mrs. R. A. Burford and Mrs. Frank
Harris were the hostesses at this
meeting of the club, and served tea.
sandwiches and crackers, and the so-
cial part of 'the afternoon was unus-
ually enjoyable.



One of the very prettiest parties of
the many given this season was the
one on Saturday afternoon, when Mrs.
M. Fishel entertained over sixty of
her lady friends at whist and domi-
noes at her pretty home. The honor
guest at this charming function was
Mrs. Adolph Hohenberg, of Wetump-
ka, Alabama. who is a sister-in-law of
iMrs. Fishel and Mrs. Rheinauer, and
jis at present the guest of the latter.
SMrs. Fishel displayed excellent
taste in the dainty decorations of her
home and in the beautiful arrange-
ments of her party, and the graceful
manner employed in carrying out the
same. The rooms were decorated
with ferns, dogwood blossoms and ex-
quisite white roses and on the parlor
mantel there were several clusters
of oranges and orange blossoms. Pro-
gressive whist was the ever-pleasing
form of entertainment and from table
to table the ladies were happily en-
gaged in playing the games, at the
close of which it was found that Mrs.
Bernard Seligman was found to be
the, winner of the prize, a handsome
silk-lined jewel case. There was also
a lovely prize for the visiting ladles
which was won on a cut by Mrs. B.
W. Mimms. Her prize was a set of
nut cracks and picks.
In one of the prettily decorated
rooms there were sixteen ladies play-
ing dominoes. Mrs. Mclver won the
prize at this game and was present-
ed a jewel case, similar to the one
won by Mrs. Seligman.
The ladies playing dominoes were
the following: Mrs. Van Hood. Mrs.
Mclver, Mrs. Hampton, Mrs. W. A.
Knight, Mrs. Sinclair, Mrs. Hall. Mrs.
Harris, Mrs. Meffert, Mrs. Mallory
Liddon, Mrs. Potter, Mrs. Pearson,
Mrs. Scott, Mrs. Mote, Mrs. Duval,
Mrs. Peyser and Miss Haley.
On the wide front veranda Mrs.
Duval and Miss Haley greeted the
guests when they arrived, after which
Mrs. Harvey Clark and Mrs. John
Taylor served punch from a prettily
decorated table on one end of the ve-
Assisting the hostess in the four
rooms were Mrs. W. S. Bullock, Mrs.
Scott, Mrs. Carney, Mrs. Newsom,
Mrs. Sistrunk, Mrs. William Wolf,
and the score cards were distributed
by Mrs. Pearson and Mrs. McKean.
Mrs. Fishel and Mrs. Hohenberg
stood in the parlor to meet the guests

and receiving with them were Mrs.
Rheinauer. Mrs. Mimms and Mrs.
Holder, all of whom were very beau-
tifully gowned, Mrs. Fishel and Mrs.
Hohenburg noticeably so. The for-
mer wore a lovely wisteria satin
gown, charmingly made, and Mrs.
Hohenberg's handsome directoire
gown of heavily corded silk of a sim-
ilar shade, and was very lovely. She
is a charming woman, and is mak-
ing many pleasant friends in Ocala.
The musical program rendered dur-
ing the afternoon by Miss Connor
was perfectly delightful, and it was
certainly a pleasure to Mrs. Fishel's
guests to hear her play. Her selec-
tions were classical and skillfully
played. In many of the pieces she
was accompanied on the violin by

presided at te meeting. it was a C- Charlie Fishel, who is one of Miss
matter of regret to all of the mem- r'o-nor's pupils, and who is develop-
hers that Mrs. G. S. Scont tendered The mo-t iaturo i into a splendid musician, as in
y.her resignation as secretary. tl: ss s',si1! of the grand in'o a splendid musician, as in
her resignation as secreiry. a fact are nearly all of the members
Captain W. L. Ditto met with the KInigt,-1- of Pythias. was the e Fishl f ly
ladies to get their co-operation in 1nn,"al -lection of Grand oIodg offi- swho part in the carF
,oThose who took part in the card
getting up a re-uon of the second s tion of the next metin es were Mrs. Hohenberg, Mrs.
brigade, to meet here in June or .Tul., Rheinauer Mrs. Mimms, Mrs. Holder
After the business had all been at- place of the Grand Lodge was also Mrs. Todd, Mrs. Mauhs, Mrs. R B.
tended to, a social hour was enjoyed. decided upon, and acksonville wasMr
S s mos d o the choice of the lodge. The officers Bullock, Mrs. Looney, Mrs. Harvey
and Mrs. zlar served most delicious ensuing ear are asClark Mrs. Newsom, Mrs. Carney,
cream and cake. lh ensuing year are as rs. Austin, Mrs. Robertson, Mrs.
iWeihe, Mrs. Charles Mathews, Mrs.
PROGRAM FOR TUBERCULOSIS Grand Chancellor-Hon. H. Clay; b Mrs. M e, Mrs.
EXHIBIT Crawford of Tallahasose. amsby. Mrs. cKean. Mrs. Arthur
Vice Grand Chan.e!llr--H. H. Rich- 1ark. Mrs. Lloyd. Mrs. Seligman.
E. G. Routzahn, Director ardson of Jacksonville. Mrs. B. F. Condon, Mrs. Lee Miller
Friday, Macrh 19th, the following Prelate-S. .. lJilburn of Palarka. Mrs. Oldfleld, Mrs. Marcus Frank,
sessions will be held unless notice is Randnd Keeper of Records and ealrs Maloney, Mrs. Jake Brown, Mrs.
given otherwise: --W. H. Latimer of Tavares. tary, Mrs. W. S. Bullock, Mrs. Sis-
9 a. m.-Woman's Club. Cran Manter of Exehequer-W. C. trunk. Mrs. Koonce. Mrs. Wolf. Mrs.
10 a. m.-Tour of city. West of JTacksonville. .John Taylor, Misses Edith McGuire.
11 to 12-Public school.* G(rand Master at Arms-H. S. i Kate McColley, Lucile Standley, Grace
12 to 1 i--Howardl cademv. tanpton of Tampa. IHatchell, Susie Fort, Margaret Tay-
(This opportunity is given the color- Grand Inner (urd-W. .1. Soars of !or, Valeta Potter, Carrie Williams,
Anne Mixson, Sara McCreery and
ed people to hear this distinguished Kissimme. Anne ixson Sara M reery and
lecturer and all are urged to attend.) Gralnd Outer Guard-Robert E. Da- Bettie Wray Mclver.
1:30--Lunch. is of (ainesville. The invitations to this very lovely
p. m.-Exhibit at court house. Supreme Ri-pr,-entative-Sumter party were confined principally to
S m.Exhibi t owry of Tampa.-Fridays Miami the married friends of the hosteps'al-
':30 p. m.-Stereopticon views and .1 r of Tam -Fridathough quite number of the unmar
lecture. Place announced later. Metropolis. ithoh qit present, and all had a
!,i:id set were present, and all had a

I ('uwot Praise P,#-ewm
Ai7g.CA for Ike tmd ii
A~mu Mr.


s jILS. JOIIN 911W, bfV A941,
V. (il,.ndrie, L. I., N. V, WrftlI
'-I have been suffers g 6e tli past
te years with many ym tomuie .-
I! ',t to my a,'e, aloo rat rrv re ,I
;:- -ion. I was weak Md di t a* ,!.
&h..i no ambition, ermJd *t lI'lsp a,
nia.ht, and lut geatly IewShbL
-I 't -ed other remed ms, bu wtb a,
Pue'..sa, unUl I rmm ed to ahe* -
run:a. I now feel sar to every ow
PcI*t,Mca sleep well, and have aslpd
In weight. I eas so pr Pa e m**
l.i':lily cough for the g~d I hI *** .
S**' any women are gas I dd
I ""C ,id advisethem ,o try wrl o a

rie4 otid. I ko wby my
ttat It is worth I weighs ita d o
ar v one who needs IL
I also took ManalIi.lea, eittSl
in c ,nneetUo with Perrva.d I
It helped me where eh IL--a
epw WeE 6) -C
Ml-- Maliss Joly, Peat IL 4
writes: "I have bees tIJsk y W
ruini and cam ay that I am w ftt
cn atrrh.
-I 'haLnk you for yeaw uh go
'..r a.dvrce."

resembling a miniatmie g ra e
in a pot The mists were gre -I
white, which was the co|or -g -
of this attractive party.


One can hardly take a ramm
around Ocala and not ore to the
conclusion that It hMd fair to t
designated as "the city batift."
No city, perhaps. h Florida t -
generously supplied with obade tra
and they are now i* full foliage a
present an extreme-ly beadtiful M
pearance. Some of th trees -
very large and shapely sad the4r a
brageous boughs give a me*t IvM.
ing and nsinnuating shadr. ad the
picture is altogether a pleasng as
Stone fences and recent sdldowal
are rapidly multiplying and more al
tension is beinK Iaid to he law s ad
flower gardens. and fresh paint hi *
erywhere visible
The frolieksomenn*ma of the agel-
rels, which are now hbeomi a as
abundant, the rarrullsig fd the mhr
ing bird, the infolling of kIW ai
flower, t wr-ry *"v -*h ,f ektllr-e
as they ganhbol on th-. r*-** at the
recess hour. all tell of spring. ** m
wonder the emorton, irra to paIry
and love at th- v*,erw **sam 1of the
Thursday nltrbt there was a s a -
rid rain, follow d by a mornag Ileall-
Istic in temperatures ad beuty. em
selling melody and life aad rhytt
to every animate crterst,. a wh
should not the "yoamg mean's falme."
and the young womaa's too. for the
matter. "lightly turn to thnehts of
Examine the m olle recorIs ad
other evidences of crrlamolgy ad
It will be found that on thee don
crime ai at a minimum. that mi'ns
better nature is predomlinat. a
that there is not only Milli ah d s4
Ing among the birds and bvo4-~
swains, but that love mow. mre tthe
any other season. sways the bosen
When there is ecptatic bile In the
soft and mellowing breser amd ,sy
phony and affinity in all sataur w -
edness is a stultiflratkon of rrease.
and in the process, of thins is at o
lowest ehh






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Mo sb two little aomi
I 114 ad 11 re-
Swmserved aspe
SOW 4 A*tthr and mother,
NL D. M. Bate. The
adsmag o ther parents'
SCm t" a di. mer ready
SW rtem It was a course
1 & el u the me served
S ftfW paty a tow weeks
N I bmw with soump and
Miw ,m ausM- W crdackers and
Swr. m, servAlg in all
IS b aemms. What makes this
00 6 &0 thas t the girls cook-
I t ft. bMtg the salads and
in i KiMis Mae
0 0 Mb s &ad Mis Irene en-

UL S A. .. hb. rch had one of
I" *humt day for some time last
S. m-B oservticesbeing
me1 ofm t d eason. On a whole,
fV. trUs' -n-e to be commended
O tS--- m ase he makes
41 ef alM havig ta 3un his third
Ne. L C. OQrl had quite a nice
W -se. wfth th annual service
Ib lbs the da. At 11 o'clock he
8ase a t aliht Rev. T. W.
WI nI ru rts a good communion

VU hb iangellst, Rev. J. B.
...... ,- "- at St. Paul for
Sm.. I I. L AuW.
AN Omla Is laoMag for Bishop A.
Graft hf w k, so as to spend Sun-
dWrth us.
T~hea tisal 14aue is putting a
Sm b eadms 4M in Ocala.
Mr. VUM Player, head waiter at
* Ocsa leme., Is able to return to
ifs deat. alter a recent illness.
A mtal wU be given at the rest-
dMs of Mn R. 8. Mitchell for the
bengt of Mt. Morlah church, Monday,
Itaoh 15eth
Db't fSrto the foundation rally
Sthe 14th Mc friend is requested
t glve MetlWag.-Ocala Cor. Jack-
mivlp Meqtropols.


Te members of the African Metho-
1t p WpT-l church of this city had
tW epportjnmty of listening to a very
stnM and able sermon Sunday morn-
g from Bishep Grant and a lecture
M ay a~ght in their large new brick
tbea In s other place than the
ph*1t have the colored people made
- daitieeae pmgress since their
m--Nldptihe. They have developed
- very powerful preachers, and
-e tally has this been the ase with
he A. M. K. church, and some of
them sem to have been especially
Welad up for the work among their
w people.
The gift of oratory and song seem
O be a part of the inheritance of the
Afritra race. sad many of them have
arbbvred fanm in the pulpit, and few
have climbed higher in this direction
than Bishop Grant. and he has
prrachd to some of the largest and
m-t cultivated audiences in London
and n many of the cities of the Unit-
ed States
He is powerful of frame, and the


(Written for the Ocala Banner.)
There is a man in our town who i
undoubtedly a first cousin to youni
Nemo of the comic papers, for, lik,
Nemo, he is a very comical person.
This man had a dream-a da:
dream-that may prove prophetic.
He dreamed that everything drinl
able was taken out of the county
that there was nothing left in Ocal
but the city water, and all of u
know that it is strong with carbon
ate of lime and is not very stimulal
ing, and does not quench thirst lik
lemonade or coca-cola. This man wa
suffering with thirst for soda watel
and It was all gone. He went to Jaci
sonville, and found it was all gon
from there also. The last carload
was being shipped to Macon. So th
man. got on the same train and fol
lowed it To be sure to keep it 1i
sight he got in the car just behind th,
soda. His thirst was burning hol
But at last it got to Macon, and thi
man followed it. He got off and asb
ed where he could find a place a
which he could quench his thirsi
Someone told him where to go an
described the place so minutely tha
he could not fail to find it. He flnall:
arrived and recognized the building
But, horrors! The place was guarded
by a tiger. Now the gentleman ha
heard of blind tigers, but this on
had eyes-wide-open eyes-and waI
staring at him in a hungry way.
"Mercy!" he cried. "Do they lei
such beasts run at large around
here?" He could not, thirsty as he
was, summon up courage enough tc
pass the brute; so he went on and
made further inquiries. Again he re
ceived explicit directions to a thirst-
quencher. And, again, he found a ti-
ger of the same appearance as the
first: but he hoped this one was
blind. He tried to pass it. It growl-
ed. and he fled; and in his travels he
found a third tiger just like the oth-
er two. Near by he met a policeman,
to whom he report dthe tiger. To-
gether they marched on the animal,
but when they got there the whole
thing had changed. The tiger had on
an apron, and was sitting on a shoe-
maker's bench, mending shoes. It
had a human face but bore the
stripes of the tiger. Then the scene
changed and the dreamer found him-
self in Savannah--but still thirsty.
He asked a policeman where he
could get something to drink, and the
copper pointed to a church, and said:
"My friend, you can't get anything
And. once again, the scene chang-
ed. This time the dreamer of dreams
found himself in South Carolina. He
wandered around for a long time,
burning with thirst. Suddenly he re-
cognized his surroundings. He was
In Ben's back yard. Now. he knew
Ben; they were old friends, and here
the torturing thirst was quenched
from "the old oaken bucket that hung
in the well."
Then. after spending a time in his
native state, he returns to his home.
bringing a fond remembrance of that
cool, refreshing drink from that dear
old oaken bucket.


A special from San Bernardino,


weods of his mouth largely partake California, says that Henry Parsons,
of the massive proportions of his body a desert miner, left there for Phila-
and are uttered with great force, lu- delphia to visit relatives, whom he
dfty and power. has not seen for fifty years. He re-
His sermon Sunday morning and turns with a fortune estimated at $1,-
letere Monday night drew large gath- "00.000. all amassed within the last
rtais. and were greatly enjoyed, and four years, among the mining regions
the 1lpresio be made in his ser-jof that country and southern Nevada.
m- was visible in the nods, amens; When Bullfrog was discovered, Par-
ad other evidences of approval from sons camped ten miles distant, try-
mumrtw-- uq-u-eu_ aln ut' aisu an-t rlt

I l e-nrapturdi neare r. ne distin-
gutshed divine is a native of Florida.


Have you forgotten your state and
comat-y axes? They should be attend-
ed to at once. to avoid the unple.,
sat waiting and jamming of tth
crmsd. which is unavoidable in ith
ten days or two weeks plicr tc clos
ing of the tax books.
Ik) not forget to bring an o.:.. ._ x
reC*'ipt. or othf correct descriptjii
f theb prnpei- upon which you x
to pay taxes
d1144-wlm. Tax Collector.

m- -- m

I-"u, -V LUM niminneII Il-~ee\e 'a neih
had at last made a strike. He threw
up his claims anI joined the rush,
'is burro dying within a quarter of a
niile of the original strike. The mnis-
for'lne compelled him to camp on
the spot and early in the morning he
discovered he was on a rich ledge.
Two veeks later he sold his holdings
lor $::5.0oi..
\\'hi his thousands Parsons bought
:i;, outl ing mininin claims about Bull-
froi,. andl witiiin six months had dis-
pos ~~ t h nI to east. rn capitalists
Nt" -uinias aggregatiing over $1.*0,0.'f00.

Prof H. Howell of Havana. Cuba,
'ecommends Chamberlain's
Cough Remedy
"As long ago as I can r.meniher
; -- mother was a faithful ussr and
ti.-nd of Chan-mbrlain's Cough Ie:m-
ery. but never in my life h:.'- I real-
i.ed its true value until now writes
Prof. H. A. Howell, of Howell's Amer-
ican School. Havana Cuba. "On the
night of February :rd our haby was
taken sick with a severe cold: the
Snext'day was worse and the following
night his condition was desperate.
IHe could not lie dawn. and it was ne-
cessary to have him in the arms every


(Written for the Ocala Banner.) To the Editor Ocala Banner:
(Written for the Ocala Banner.) To the Editor Ocala Banner:

Friends, come and take a walk with
Where the Withlacoochee's flow-
On its tortuous journey to the sea,
Where the summer gales are blow-

We'll see the sweet wild flowers
And hear the woods-birds singing,
The violets crowding there for room,
Midst ferns from old earth spring-

The yellow Jessamine clothes the
In perfumed golden splendor,
The fox-gloves waving in the breeze,
Like fairies, tall and slender.

The woodbine, with its waxen leaves,
Crowned by its coral flowers.
The humming-bird as guest receives
Within its sylvan bowers.

Then come and take a walk with me,
Our homage to nature render,
For one short hour we'll be care free
And to her charms surrender.
And we will learn the lesson there,
That scenes like these, God-given.
Are sent to smooth our pathway here
And lead our hearts to heaven.
Port Inglis, Fla., March, 1909.


d The history of the Presbyterian
d church is the history of a very large
s part of what we know and enjoy of
civil and religious liberty. The teach-
t ings of her faith are such as have al-
l ways attracted to her the loftiest
minds and the boldest spirits; in fol-
lowing her path through the pages of
history whether her votaries be call-
Sed Lutherans, as in Germany; Hugue-
nots, as in France; Covenanters, as
Sin Scotland; or Puritans, as in Eng-
land, they will always be found to be
among the bravest and the best.
As a religious organization, it had
no compromise along the lines of con
science to make with power, and it
could be deflected from the path of
rectitude neither by the frown of au-
thority nor the blandishments of cor-
ruption. With the same indomitable
courage it confronted the haughty
princes of the House of Tudor, and
the crowned weaklings of the House
of Stuart; with the same words of
scornful condemnation it rebuked the
sins of Messalina on the throne and
the wanton in the street.
Her path has led her oftener into
exile than into favor with the great,
oftener to the dungeon and to the
stake than to the pleasures of king's
houses, or the friendship of courtiers.
But, under her searching gaze, the
shackles have fallen from the human
mind, and the divine right of kings
has shrunk to the mean thing it now
Wherever a battle was to be fought
for human liberty, wherever a forlorn
hope was to be led or a mine braved
for conscience's sake, whenever the
blood of a martyr was needed as a
testimony to truth, her answer was
always that of the prophet of old:
"Here am I; send me."-Justice
Parker of Kentucky.


The following story comes from
Greenwich, Conn:
Frank B. Sands is the owner of
some of the finest Plymouth Rock
hens in the country.
SOne of his younger brood passed
out of the non-producing stage a few
days ago and began her life work.
The first egg was a wonder. Not only
was it larger than any Mr. Sands had
ever seen, but the ends were about
equally rounded Mr. Sands decided
the egg was too large to market at
the usual price, and that he would
keep it for table use.
The next morning he had the young
Plymouth Rock's eggs for breakfast.
Breaking the shell carefully. Mrs.
Sands found another perfectly formed
egg. This second egg was broken
and a third egg of the usual size was
r4"\ (,tied.


Thi Soulhern Developmeni an.i
'hosph;ate Company. whose headlquar-
t ofrs arr in this; Pit n 1-- -

This time my "friend" gets on
stumps. Before he got on the Ku
Klux. Neither of them was mention-
ed by me. If my "friend" will take
a little less of Lewis' '66 when he
tries to write he won't get so funny
as to get on stumps and draw on his
imagination for facts.
"Never sought and don't wont an
office!" Well, if that joke isn't
enough to make the d-- blush. I
guess he just wanted the little job
for his friend-me-but when a fel-
low dodges behind "* *" to throw
bricks, the little matter of veracity
will not stand in his way.
Has not my "friend" sense enough
to know that when the profits from
the sale of whiskey goes into the ven-
der's pockets, and not into the coun-
ty treasury, it can have but little ef-
fect on taxes, whether the county is
dry or wet? Don't ask any more silly
questions, or if you do, sign your
I will vote for state-wide prohibi-
tion, hoping that its influence may in-
duce congress to stop shipments of
whiskey into dry states, but if con-
gress will not, and the state cannot
stop it, then I am in for putting the
profits from its sale into the county
treasury, instead of into the pock-
ets of individuals. You will then see
a reduction in taxes. No one who
drinks whiskey is eligible for the of-
fice of dispenser. That knocks me
and his nominations out, but lets in
my "friend" and other hypocrites who
take Lewis' '66 only "as medicine."
My friendd" entirely overlooked my
little proposition in regard to taking
a trip through Georgia. Talk is easy
and cheap, but money means busi-
ness. Now, my "friend," either put
up or shut up.


At last there is hope. Methought
Joyner, Jr.-very junior-was the just
man made perfect; but he comes now
upon the stage (see Banner March 13
-unlucky date) and actually says he
is an "occasional smoker!" 0, joy!
Now we know he is not yet a winged
In other talks wherein he figured
as the star boarder at hotels, where
sinners drank poisonous coffee and
deadly tea, while he alone imbibed
pure water, one felt weak and guilty.
He says "pure water," but as I'm
told there are microbes and other
fearsome wild animals in the water,
I hesitate to take much of it in its
unadulterated state.
He has kindly omitted to fulminate
any anathemas against cocoa, choc-
olate or milk, I observe, but the lat-
ter, being brought in a suggestive
bottle, may yet come under the ban.
One would think such very mild
tipple as water-even microby water
-would make for a genial disposition
in the consumer, but Junior Joyner
uses very harsh. language towards
those whom he seems to consider his
enmies-"liars, knockers." etc.,
sounds an echo of T. R.
Well, so long, "occasional smoker;"
dee-lighted 'to have met you.
A. R.

The spectacle of a train rushing
through the country with a baggage
car aflame, startled the natives along
the Orlando division of the Seaboard
late last night. The Seaboard passen-
ger train, due here at 9 o'clock, was
late because the train was held over
at Ellsworth, while the baggage car
was side-tracked and allowed to burn.
The car, which consisted of a combi-
nation baggage compartment and col-
ored coach., caught fire in the bag-
gage compartment when a lamp ex-
ploded. The engineer crowded on all
steam, and six miles were made at
high pressure, so that the siding!
Might he reached and the car track-!
ed. where it would not block the main
line. The negroes wore locked in
the coach to proven; their leaping,
From the train, the c()nuc] ior staying;
with them. The car was sidetrel d
at Ellsworth. The baggage conlld not.
be reached. It was all burn(ed.--Tav-
lares Special to Tampa Times.

c ", llttve IJo(In I'us t
for the past couple of months er'c(t-, NEAR DEATH IN BIG POND
in a new phosphate plant, about oine l
mile from Inverness. The plant is a a' It was a thrilling 'xperiencp to Mr .

nmodlern and model one in every par-
'ticlar. and was finished last week.
and the plant began operations on
Monday morning.
Mr. Erastus Hopkins of this city
is the manager of this company, and
is at Inverness this week, as are all
of the directors of the company,
whose homes are In Connecticut and
e.hr -0- ", w-.

Ida Sop~er to face deth."Fo

- arion Realty Co.



A. FRANK, Manage

No. 38K-189 acres, consisting of 150acres in cultivation and halan,.e
woodland, 1 1-2 miles from railroad; several valeties of fruit onm pila
4-room house with large piazza; 3 good barns and owAhou.os. rmd
cistern water; principal crops raised-corn, oats, plnders, ofhe r
grow equally well. Price, $2800. All cash.
No. 200K-100 acres best farm land, 50 acres now under cultivatirn .r, j
acres in woodland;.good American wire field fence around ,., a r-.
small 2-room cottage and large out barn; 400 peach trews ann. ,..
other trees on place. If bought at once will include one lI n. 1 er
row, one 1-horse wagon, and other farm implernient Th. I ,,
above is only $1150, half down, and balance in two pa>rom.i'4
No. 9PJ-350 acres best farming and truck land; 75 arrew in h-.a v '.,
mock woodland uncut; .big well; good roads, six miles from IM r'. ,,
6 milk from Orange Springs, 3 miles from railroad. Adjoiii ..,a
which have been worked for the past two years are raising f r ,:n II, .
50 bushels of corn to the acre. The above place was uIs*-.1 a- ,&r
farm during the war. The place is worth $25 an acre. t,' r, '. <
sell same at once we are offering this place in iracts of i,.t ..
more at $12 an acre; half down, balance in two ipaymrnt-
No. 218-80 acres heavy, loamy sand land, part of an old n..! l .I 1
room house, shed and barn; also about 60 peach trees anI tn
trees now budding; several other varieties of fruits on pla, ,
tract fenced by good new fencing; spring and well. prin tcip, .p.
corn and potatoes; other crops will grow equally as we-ll fIur, .'.i..
from railroad. Price, $1000; half down, balance in two, ,a rn, ,. -
No. 217-267 acres in all, 150 acres can be cultivated at oner- t;i. n.
woodland; last year a good crop of cotton was raised. th~ **.* ;,,re
will be planted with watermelons unless sold at onulc A-.I t I I
house on place; good well water and fence; fence" om'r "i,. )
acres, 4 miles from railroad. Price $15o0; half ldoun. halari 0 w
No. 16CD-100 acres high and well drained land, nituateld at .Mrinit,-h rw
tween 1100 and 1200 orange 'trees bearing fruit now. Tfhe lan a@
heavy hammock; also four small houses on place. *at#.r,. 'I *a t"
and running spring. This could be made an ideal home- In **.-
ment for a hustling farmer. Price $3000: two payments
No. 987A-180 acres fine high and well drained land. 1-4 mile of h.arl rad.
five miles from Ocala; about 100 acres under fence with It,, husta
and barn on place; about 30 acres in hammock. This plat. i, weortf
$15 an acre, but in order to close an estate we are offering 'hi. at
$7.50 an acre, half down.
Don't wait; act at once and be with us.
References: Munroe & Chambliss Bank; Commercial Hank Fla.
Write us how much you have to invest and we will tell you how to
make it do more than three times the amount invested in any oth-r wa
What is better than a good, safe investment in real estate' Write Iu At
facts on anything that is grown-corn, oats, sheep and hog raising. alfat.
potatoes, tomatoes, cantaloupes, watermelons, oranges and other frue .
celery and cauliflower, cattle and chicken raising. Write us about at
thing that you want to know and we will do our best to serve you

Marion Realty Co.


A. FRANK, Manage

latest Style Golden Oak e

Sent us $4.85 and we'll pack and ship you tier rker
t:at regularly sel:s at retail stores for -. ~ lotom 'rath e
seat andl back wit'i French ruiTle at top. Xaim:e of uaB.
finished golden and highly poliie.t-l. Mahofgay flin t f(
EM desired. You can save lots of money by bLuyang aM
Parlr frm the actry that buys lumber is Mg 1gLs. makes -
RO k1 but chal-s and sells them right here i the Sonsi to ya m
(at rsta usoelate--saving you heavy freight charge**s a r-aIstasm
50) profits. Oar I tree cftlsM shows over jrw iilferma
kinds of chairs for parlor, dining room. ki,,hen. pev.
lawn, store, office-all sies and style- t-ll at lowe ber.
gain prices. Krvery chair guaranteed exactly as rpre.
sented or your money back. You take no rfk what
ever. Mail postal to-day for Catalogue at special
Christma. List. Meas- dollars in yowr pocket.
FLRM C AR FSCMT. a, Mee es e Sr. ammu.

Stands Likea Stone Will
urns Catt Horses, Hogsp-Is PnI hM rm

Buy your new fence for years to come. Get the big. heavy wires, t
hinge joint, the good galvanizing, the exactly proportioned quality tof ste
that is not too hard nor too soft.
* We can show you this fence in our stock and explain its merits and
superiority, not only in the roll but in the field. Cae nandm- s aad ge
our prices.


H. B. CLARKSuN, Manager

OC* A. C

Home Cured Hams & Bacon.

We Wish To Announ.e That Or)


store and cure meat, and

y equipped to handle all

e are better equipped and
a 0 -

a severe lung trouble gave me iense;
suffering she writes, "and several
times nearly caused my death. All W e ill be d t
remedies failed and doctors said I e ready to
was incurable. Then Dr. King.s New
Discovery brought quick relief and a are prepared and full
cure so permanent that I have not
been troubled in twelve years." M- *I.meat oferd us. W
Mrs. Soper lives in Big Pond, Pa. It
works wonders in coughs and colds,
sore lungs. hemnrrhn-o, 1in.. ....' -..... -




~sc~p' ,







-ly be r1erfected for a modern, up-to-! f -,.-x- Eiol tailNEWSOM
Mr. John T. Lewis went down to date opera house in our city. Irof. R i. zahn w -- rpecti ar-l Exquisitely lovely in oetry detail ----
Brooksville yesterday afternoon. riv, in ,,cala last llgll' ir()l G;aines-! .-ias the little partly that Mrs. Riciard o- f the most attract -o*.ial in t t-et
a Miss Esther Weathers has returned ville. afier a one-day institute heree, :ath ga, vesrsterday afternoon cideints of the week was that of Wel n.sdlay af,**rm,, ,a a
NOVELTIES in straw goods at: bone from Wood he~lnauer's. x past ten days she has enjoyed a very slitit t here. The pror aun for the. l irh stown Kit e Miss Elizabeth, nsdaVirgil Newsom entertained thMrs. Mar i .r ai -. n i f
-.. """itf lar, wn. Ky. MissElizabethVirgil Newsom entertained rh ar- -,,r. afs''r an tltet-d
Mr-.-Robr o o t---- w charming visit at Blair Villa with day and tomorrow morning will be Ladies her small gusts wearing' a ieau- rid I.ade' Card 'lub. It was ,o.- of i -.k
rnort rosnot of E stlake. I. t =h a sall guests wearing a beau- I '*9,.
Mr. Roi b in hsnot atae. was .Mrs. D. S. Woodrcw. (carried out as published. and it is tiful little pink satin h nd-emnibroider- the largest meetings that the lb This lbnn ml
iting in thcity yesterday. 'hoped h.it the at tendlanc, at all otild frock, and very attractive was she has had this winter, and the t int.
- Mr. E.J. lDecker of Lansing, Mich., these sessions will be lage, its this is at anll grdhf to mdana d
Mr. D. S. W'oodrow come in yester- has located with, us and will conduct a most important meeting ;s a hostess. She is dainty anld self- eight ladies, who wr. Mrs N.w
day fernoon from a trip to Jackson- a junk shop. Hw has rented one of Th. .sul j,.ct und r di :-.: .ion Ig- f s.-esse,. and the children who wereom guests spent a thorough ,, ,,, and ',, th
Villej toIeiuvite -Ito spend the afternoon with lightful timie at her hon'e.
Sthe H .L. Anlerson stores in the vi- the greatest iiiportanc. ;:nd onl.. ii on with-.. a ,laugh r- i
i ofe bi ihrt i were indeledl fortunate Mrs. Mc- There we-re seven tables of Ihii-
-------- ---- Icinity of the market. which verbl is int t The nr. f h fmly
Mr. R. L Mart., went down to his i un.vitatin o : ssiin,,r,.,.a i('onathy anId her sister, Mrs. Thomas played in the two large rools that h(r
hbome -. Weir I-ark yesterday atter- Mrs. Julia S. Haisley and Mrs..i. H. ',,,ral. ,:il evTerV body wil I h,. we. Smith and ber of rs. Mc- pen togetr and all oveeratt n 1 ,..,. ,ihan a i..k
oon eille have returned from their trip Conahy's friends wer present to were beautiful roses and nastrtu .
ll. jto Miami and Palm Beach, ain trhid . .hB a i! ., fo .lp make the afternoon a niemora- most of which were grown by Mr of .af I, II a. .h mtr tIh
Maj Thomas (;. Hall of Gaines are extravagant in their praises of I,.ws: heonel for the children. The eight Newsom and several of her fnenrs. i Frl^ al n a L
Ville. G is a well know. visitor to that beautiful section. They mniet sev- 9 a. in irecor Routzah:l met a: hiliro who attel'd the party had who have lovely gardens. tla i .a..plxy and eer
the chty tor a couple of days. eral old friends, and the-y were kept Oralsa ',i -. by r*.eption (mninititee a waost dhlir a hafl e, and nver The club prize. a hafiIun spoonl, was wd .on by' .rs .I a
busy going sailing in achts and sin- o. hi-r ,o n f so' a happier group of little souvenir spoon, was won by Mrs .1
us going sailing in yachts and spin- i cotisistini of mayor and mneiber of carou it a f-ar
Miss Carrie Yonge. who has been ning in airtos. r v folks. There were quite a number of V. It. Koonce. Nearly all of tha- critically ill for the past ten days, .ami..s played. the most important club members were present, and the, ,,
a i p.v a tour of the- city. family as well as N t
was slightly better yesterday. WE ARE SELLING THE McCALL t iO.ci' 1,ein, th,- "peanut" contest. Each Iother ladies enjoying the games f
PATTERNS, AND WILL BE PLEAS- lJo a. In.- W!iian's Club, disi sion( child had to pick up the peanuts on whist wore Mesdames W. Ia. Pow,. I th. ttr
Dr. T. F. Harrison of Citra was ED TO MAIL YOU THE APRIL ''1 p-n f, 'ny and g neral campaign : ife anl walk a certain distance. A. H. Birdsey, Harvey lark. S T n a l r
FASHION SHEET IF YOU SEND US wk. kreni nanahwalk (. atain distance, I. Birds Harvey lar
among the business visitors in Ocala A POSTAL CARD WITH YOUR A- Trying not to drol any of them off Sistrunk, E. L. ('arney. B. W. Min. .
A PtOSTAL CAR WITH YOUR A.- a. Piubbe sc':nool lri-v -iste.r \tr Ra& .eterday. DRESS. THE GLOBE, OCALA, FLA.. So lruing the short trip. La(;range Sis- G. T. Maughs, I. L. Anderson Adolph
OeIteda ad MSC ne- RE. andHMrs. GBEnj O A. 'ls"I ,vl wll also attend this se-sion. runk won the prize. a lovely little I.he'lnberg, M. .. Roess. M. Fishel. '
OREIG N andDOMESTIC novel- Mr. and Mrs. Benjamin K. Thro-i 2ca n i. wartl adlemy.. 1i heI. ht -.na *larl,.*d by
IIe in dress fabrics at Rheinauer's. x er of Gainesville are guests at the 1:"; ,'; iI,! iL.nch.iir fue, an booby .ohn Taylo ,. Miss ,l mol o f Its ntral urbit. g
a 1. .,prize', a novel jumping jack. fell to Margaret Taylor and Carrie Williams..
A gtd Ocala House, having come lown yes-i xlibit a (irtoft ladys Wallis. The sweet littl-e hon- During the course of the party Mrs
ts'rday afternoon in Mr. Thrower' a- Opn i-`-oi -il '!; b afl-rnoon *s h-neii l tn ii hlr tft
the trains here and take vehicles for tomo r. Trow i a st was present with a silver New.sonm was assisted by her mother, i th k,* th
tomobile. Mrs. Thrower is a very : t- p 11' .;toleopticon leC:;:rc ;r t Silver Springs, and take the trip r( I' It nIl mirror by hcr aunt. Mrs. A. E. Waterman. Mrs. 'arne.
A er in. ad tak te ripcharming voung woman, and this is Orphe.uni Theater,. u i.Inr'ni; h.r Mhri tll tf- Mlh
down the tortuous Oklawaha. i alrs. McC(onathy had to meet her andl Mrs. Minisns.
her first visit to Ocala. although she 9 p. Inl.- Stereol 'con l-cture, at Or ,t r I*-.c t.l.'rlv nured sad
hppiT r r lp ~tit'ce the following children: G(Ilalys MNrs. Newsom served, a dl.igltfil ., w.a
Mr. J. B. Willis and family and has bet a number of th e Onlala people, ph"*i Tl'ltr for color,, peop1. .n! Theo Wallis. .1artha Kate Rentz. salad course, after :he games. With fr. 'll wh-an *.*ali. rWi t
Mr. C. 0. Fox and little son are now who were at the beach during the Saturdar, 9 a. m -Exhibit at court a,,.rang an Virginia Sistrunk. Ag l,. 'chicken salad was served crack- A s Kurrune'd e all f her
oecupying Mr. Leonard Dozier's resi- past two summers. Mr. and Mr.;. honse for colored people. .,s lrfor and aul \Weathers. (,rs. olives. sandwiches almond and ,.xc*it he r ohl,. ,ta* e r.
deuce in the second ward. Thrower will stop at' several pace's Aftr the ga s the children ere ffe ** h
before returning to Gainesville. Colonel :.1 i)n .\11 martin cel.hlrantd A r h s th chi \ ictn rtnala rll a' The el
Mr. D. E. McIver left yesterday for the 77th anniversary of his birth raskhl ,into the dinin, room for r'e- lThere will be no ,t,.ing -f rr-
Mr. D. E. Mlver left yesterday for a. osn rs1ds o s Thot tal wa, w ;very.ove-xn Iritain Mnr RayMa
Orlando to join his wife and baby. A good many years ago some, aen- ,s-.,rlay. 1.,,au.,s so cour;,m'as .M0 ds; I'han-r I<-a ar.
who are visiting relatives a t that ion was paid to the i.silk inlustr iv :n 'td co 'r -l .. :, i l'f'- i!! aloI 1: v ih in '.c 'ationsr of h,,tak anri*
who are visiting relatives at that i vhite li th' c er of the table w as' MEETING OF THE 0. A. A. l 'liff.r H.or M
pr. ttly little city. iFlorida, and a silk fla'z. L.iid Irom b,,n n so hI .I tiiful l anl h so l)eniLna;:tl -- t
silk gro 'n illn Florida, was on exh.ibli- fe'w of its '.,, l i .'alize that he has, f rt nk ro,.s, n all,
TRESPASS NOTICES-11x14 inch- tion at the Centennial Exposition. \Ve heacel .1 'ilp, a. age,. Hlis frns ti th t of directors of h
,,.. for sale at this office. 10c. each. see from a copy of the Jacksonvillelare wishing him all sorts of felicita- pink ami whiter Thi eanilis's .',. !'l, i r thisiastic n.ti-' Ti'.... from i',n *.-rw*- oll-re I et? i
*r $1 a dozen Apply Ocala Banner Metropolis of April 17th that the in- lions. This ispapleo does not say it in l)ink- the p.kns i.-i in pink and th*i1#y aftnrnoon-ll, itLN t llwli a ."'*ii' Mr- R.^,r e i
*tre. If .. .. .... ice cram serv in bhlockl of nink I 1iis'i ".members piresen-it: I. W O)lval E C crhillro'n

Mr. E. K. Nelson of the Blount Real
Istae C(ompany of Tampa. but a for-
mer Ocala citizen. was among our
visitors yesterday

Mr T M. Moore. Mr. Allen Bridges
and Miss Margaret Peace joined (h(i
Hickson-Feaster wedding party at

dusiry is again going to DCe foste're,.
The mulberry tree, and all kinldred
trees, grows well in Florida. and the
silk industry ought to thrive.

SHOES in all styles for ev.eryboly
:t Rheinauer's. x

Mr. Chas.
the Caldwell

A. Choate. eprepseinting
Company of Atlanta, the

any spirit or flattery, but his example
has be'n i 11e worthy of emulation.
and his walk in and out before our
people has hb-'n like a benediction.
If' is as mniuch holoved by his home.
p'opleo as (Gladlstone was by the peo-
ple of Eng.lanii. and i h't ispape'r ii' p. s
that lie' will live' -o as honored ai ag'
as Engllanil's "'ol.l nlln eloquent.' Fe'w

Nicatnop) yesterday morning. "Makers of America." was in Ocala men are niccrt, revered. honored and
I Tuesday, getting up data for their ex- beloved.
Mr. and Mrs. Clifton Camp went up cellent i',blication. Mr. Choate is -
lo Jac(ksonville 'to hear Madame Calve. one of the leest compilers and most Mr. Louis R. Chazal is having new
who sang at the lDuval theater Wed- fluent writers in Florida, and this At- cement sidewalks put down on the
nesday night lanta firm has done well to secure his side of his be'antitiill home and will
Mr Mrs.eorg i services. What he does hxe does well extend th salnw in front of 'ti h)ve'.l
i and he has an acquaintance with all iew house- that he is l.lilglinu. anI
Hlitchtthn wA-re the guests of Iheir o h i b
son ain.i dauih' 'r. Mr. (eor'e llWitlh ithe public men in the state. whsic will lC.polably h', oc('ipit by
SMr.s. M. (N'. LI ons-v.
and Mrs Il1-'s. for se-.-vi l d;ys :his tHo Josc '. Camp. one of th,; bst Master Nat!lan Mayo. .Ir.. of S i-
Slctinrt's in the Lyceum coi'rst, was nm '-fic l hais untt ',.', tI lee rir!ary
-in Ocala last niilht, and dc-livrced a sclh)ol on Solith Thir.,! stre(.; for the,*
M r. r i ; c.ir- F r',,ai- ot A m*. l:<1; ong
'Cttuirte :' the anrniory, in pla' of AMr. ront aind,'r of thhe tent int t1:'- Seni-
iLo l b ul.,t tl ichan il i who wVis ie.n" \ .ntai 'nll-rfleld se ( l 'l s flos.,-eI Daril;w-

and white. Several of Mrs. McCona-j Bmi't, ('t W. luntir. A. E. ri.
t .iys oldelr frietil who dropple' in i f.. C(larkl:on. I) S. W\oodrow. .aie
late reLatly 'einjoed the pretty pic- Brown. (;-or-iL, Ford. Rcoxal E ('o..
attire the chili-rien made roupild' about Thi- following officer's w, r,- r.e e,!. -'t
the able. **1: I.. \V. Duival. jpr,.-i!,int ('
I nnettli't i. \i,', i' ,',., nI R >l F:
FORMER OCALA BOY PURCHAS- ('o!, .-ecreitary. A. I. I-V .r'riL. t ..i>
ES JACKSONVILLE BUSINESS ure'r: C. W Huni *r. s-mipririte,-n.il it.
-Mr. R f. Tuicke-i was e-lectsf ;i
(;Georg, Einmry. the we'll known shoe assis';a-nt to t-he secretary.
in,-re'han., has sold^ his large stock of Me,,'srs. For,!. H own anrd HFIrt.- r
ishoes on Bay s're, to ('ol. Willianm w.r' appointed : ;i lions' e niir.!iT '
1LeFils and R. Floyd Mettcalfl'. andi 'f \V.- atre' irel. piogre-sinm. a;, any-
will ret re ,ro i ;c'tive s liisiine-s life. ;,- will :,,,. 1 isitilg ith hall 77
MI.. Ellil'ry is one of th<' l]irfgc st n:.mbe'l, -r ;il! ii-.\' lne-.s ad!l,I d ry
pirop*t'y owl .rs in .lIick-'otivillo. andI ,I;i. uOYAI. E. COLE. S-.e
in .- ,fltuire' he' will uive' his ;,.at -- -- --
lion to10 his re. il ,.st:t. iii;.trests. For! WLL BUILD A PRETTY COTTAGE
ihirty ye' irs Mr. Eni-ry r ;has I-',nI a -

succ'* ssfIl l !,:'-'rlc n!it h*e-rt i 7 i srI is quit' '
w,.;ith!y i l,<-] v-l s ill t hi W i- y ( n-' ':':a
\\ ;ll co n ,iit l ( i' i lit'ii, o h i ,-
\v ,-lolln,'i'n.

0f S.V; :;n: (;t. are i i the' cit' on - 11 ) I- I- 1 .hi-- sraAl n i ()'"aAa. t!e-c- ,.. il.- h I .I I ':
; r'" Mr- \r., o -is rt'a'z t'rnen; ere '. his sl itllt l h. rvt.- lInt2-. -tc I,.'
M!r. ('ac;ilp ca(tll o ae Oc'a; \l iN h sl'1- !ht 'u will I,' v-.' t lit S''.t lfelJ, ). lt-
1 \ < ' ,lil ri n in'- innt w;i;i( ,its. ;c:i,! i ,---.'. Vi w rio V W V. N. w -. ,,a. ;,nd M rs. \''. s ' i "r -. c .- ; w- ,!l I

\l.-V.. .i W A\ NiR\ "'I S r' Pt oci heard i;n la t nI h: w,.,, in ,o \\is, s G ,1i i' - ,in . i:- ; ,i, '.
, ... .. ',. w a ,roilng liini s at R he'in- tiis;lp,,. i)i:t, l. l' is a -..\ }las, in I,,' t .! >. t i A (' ,' ', .-.. i ', ; '
., :.. s tpI.a klc r a l d h is I- 4l :iiu r ' w .as a v1..'ry oii2Jt ( e l:e .Stn :I I 1 .in -
intieresl ini a nlid ini h I :',l o e; :o I tllar ill x l ''-e 'e -s 11" :' '' n[ it --!' \"> c" ;,. i ,nt ,c ( w 1) -
l.n. iM< rc. iin, o' al of hi '- fiath .-r, .lanjr 1; (. nj ai'nt. ', I ;'" ,1 .. o' .I.,'- ....
'. a!;-\ .',ernooi fromni 1 Micanopy. 11iss Jessiet Owctns aii,ln hl r cous- Ya;niC y, who died on W~ln\-.sl.i:,. f; l. I!- '* klte;n n ct'i'z.;- ;.. i i
i '. V- 1 wA.- one of the altndan'its ins. Misses Alice nd IElla Owens, ot ter a long illness. He was se'dinty-- protiiiii i i i litary ;ialnd si,:! ec:
,* It:. *],ir'; of her aunt. Mrs. Se Sparr. (.-anme in yesterday to see the three years of age. He was amn oai- cel's-s.lk- ,,ill ,,\ 1,n eopo!is
1i F' ;*-', family of the late Mrs. L. M. Raysor. cer in the Confederate army. and was r I' I-::!f f r::'.ly "-vl .' in
They will return to the. (ity lodi:yv to a son of HIon. W. L. Yancay., one of l1is <. i.t :,:- .-i -n ' e to l .ackson-
r 1. Moore of St. A use in tiatolend AMrs. Raysor's ft;ner.il. the most illustrious men of the ';,'s. {illu i i,'' ,'' -: ,: -' ul in
,.pre...in'ing the Florida Federate, r. Joseo'lh Shuford andi his son. He wi' s. perhiapls. ,the n;tostr otlinnt i his hiui : in,' of
labor .Iouti al. was a caller ,upon o ,r 1r i..it -t ^; ,. i. .^ Asl 1!-'. N. C ,orator ill the souih at l; ce t it'i', andl s *f;'lrs a <,' '';t,' i '.- ;.ior
hil-.lit 1114-nnHet is We'7 -
ne-ti-s n yet eriay. i ho is \isiiing hihi ior s. \ '':;. v., ;i hle li'adt' in the s.-.,-'sion :e:,ov(e- {.f !' 1': 1, ;:','. .,!., his
rig fc the' papw Mr P aton of Nw York (i ines in that locality. '. '. ) Kibhr' of I)un-'lol anl! ----
"Mro p ro (h-ala ',q te c y 'erday m.r-nirg in his Thi )eala Concrlt Orchestra wa,
who owns a fn o a Souh illie S Bull : a;ic' '-.; a':c;-'1t i h,. W\1'n he- arriv,'d he was .+-"y delightfullyy l -ntertain di oln W d-
Weir. is nowl at the lake. where he Aornt-v D ,,is' rtI, ;;.i t own Mr 1'. Ren7z's handsom : 't-venling by Mr. L-on Fishel.I
will fnind several weeks. 'ookvin j s> .'Mr.'i ", -F-. ni' >v h**'< It ri!g c'ir and was so de-iwho is on' o(f the most Iopular hemm-
,^r lhit palace aind rhecnp',rating. j wa lilt < -t~rini- .t ;.'n. i vil i;': .. -' ii;h i' that hi' offered Mr. t ier- orf the oorft 'sl ra. andi who i- one
WE ARE SELLING THE McCALL caste rion the docl *' ci,1 nd .'- : P-":- ; .-' i PATTERNS. AND W ILL BE PLEAS- quickly disposed( of. Th. i..! .. :* machine hail it had cost Ih,' eve-niin bi aiiil mIs.dic was ren-
ED TO MAIL YOU THE APRIL was- convened, organized., tfi-n!ici h i !'. T-' !'irg iari' w;as quickly made Mrd, i. anil rfr-shl:,-n.s se.rvel. This
FASHION SHEET IF YOU SEND US labors. UaS.,h i's pr.-.'n:: n- ;:i'.. .'.- :.n' :': Ki')-,r :- o ',' hon.' yv stray Ih;- i .v.!a.:i w'ih -Mr. Fi-h'el was
A ESS. TAL CARD GLOBE OCALA. FLA. journedi. all in one .;i. T!' S i.-- n'ri ;,n lit. n'w automobile. !Mr, ; i*ry ci''a! I leasui ito tht n! i mh,.rs
hDRESS. THE GLOB OCALA.. in pililic bsins : a huir- R ni'.- wili ,a"T''r ; iu her machine l. It he' -orchestra.
Mrs A .1 i iavengood. who ha' It it ;a pily that ihei- :ir li,
tw n vilsling e'r sons and daucghier lner .co nitiits lik,1' Suninte v. ;I'. .*t !hn i). Robe rt o.n 'gae a The iG;.rman ste+.aIship. iSaina l-r-
in tiala for the past week. relrned a- < whist i parly Tuesday nigh- for sula. ila.,. tons. CapT. Schiltze.. airi\-
S ier tti a Stanton-on-lake-\VW ir Th ri'tid-s of !iss I.illy T.:\ior. M- .ison pretty guest. iss 1t ill port' ye',s '-day from New York
.r' Sl,' was accompanied lv rsidling iiin lite ste'cnl wari. ;i! who Eodlith lMcGuire There were two ta- andl was docked at the Ctumim'r I'hos-
h' !aughi',r. Mi*ss Evelyn. has been tihe \ic'im lof typhoid f.-\er hIs of whist and the games were phatl' Conmpany's phospha're elevator
for several weeks past. will be, glad gra;ly enjoyed by the young people. by the tug Volunteer. Capt. ILamee.

Mr.s -rastIls Hopkins and Miss to know that the crisis has passed. Mrs. Robertson served refreshments ihis steamship is consigned to John
Iliroth. Calvin came home yesterday and that she is now on the road to re- after the games. Her guests were G. McGiffin & Co.. agents, and will
afternoon from a short stay in Jack- covery. She was able to sit up yes- Misses Edith McGuire, Anne Mixson, load with phosphate from the Cum-
sMville. having gone up to that city terday. Mr. and Mrs. Taylor desire Grace Hatchell and Messrs. Gilbert mer elevator for account of Louis R.
Us MondaY They went especially to this paper to return their very grate- Younglove, Howard Walters and Dr. Chazal. in addition to other miscel-
__ .... 'mn lve sing Wednesday ful thanks to their friends and others C. C. Young of Plant City. laneous freight for export. The San-

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'or ia pr''" \y '-!zhr-rFoom (otl;ea .-a
he- will ert. on ai 1o' ia l<'
*f his own r,'-idl,,o'-'.. .,iiel pp.,
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Editor Harris of the Ocala Banner Editor Gtorge G. MY.attws of the
.ays: "Ex-Governor Broward might Bartow Record pronounces our civil-
ris ethe Maine."
irs the Maine. zation a failure.
You are right. Brother Harris; if "'Tis true; 'tis true 'tis pity; and
Capt. Broward were placed in a po- pity 'tis 'tis true," that Adam, beguil-
sition w; re he considered it his duty ed by Eve, ate the apple and was driv-
-to re'rove the Maine he would go at en out of the garden of pleasure into
ithe -' with that same tenacity and the cold and sordid world and made
__ determination to accomplish his pur- to earn his living by the sweat of his
&. f It *letG pue which has characterized his -f- e.
m I" forts in reclaiming the averflowedace
am 6.l baIf the lands of thp Everglades He would Had Adam not done this, man today
a e rag aIs I lfy, pfor- not quit uhtil the job was complete, would be lolling under the shade of
M01116-as Pveryon knows who has kept in the trees the live-long day: all he
ONone -- WhI theb Good touch with affairs in Florida for the would have had to do in the way of
; I past few years. Quite likely this de- would have had to do in the wa of
M lfWth w ars that termination on Broward's part to do procuring food would he to open his
hisx duty regardless of corporation op- mouth and let the luscious plums and
n 4o a smel- position and the snaps and snarls of peaches fall into it
tbt. ~ the few controlled newspapers, is
SaLd a oh. hao what calls forth the petty insinuations But he was driven om with the
we occasionally see in some papers. curse upon him, "Root hog, or die."
EE L e within iDon't worry about Broward. He has and everything considered, it seems
Smtade good. Pity the state doesn't to us that he has done fairly well.
1 1F _beat_ qiackr possess more such conscientious, hon-
fF orable men who have the stuff in He has annihilated space; he has
0 42h"-Sia tbh red them to know the right. and who joined the ends of the world together;
S! t~e~p for possess the moral stamina and hack- he navigates the air; he has made it
th.ef for Ibhone t do o that which they know to possible to hear the human voice for


To the Editor Ocala Banner:
A generation has come and gone
since Mr. Alfred Ayer pulled up the
patrimonial stakes at ':. old home in
South Carolina and pitched his tent
on the generous bosom of our county.
During all those years he has Leen


In a recent communication to this
paper Mr. Austin Finlay Joyner, Jr.,
classes the Jews along with the Ital-
ians. Russians, Chinese. Japanese
and others, as "undesirable citizens."
Had the item impressed itself upon

our attention, we should have
: it fnr w. have a vryrv


a good citizen and has set at least a' pen'ier it, r. Ia w- .. -- ''
fairly good example He has not in- ir'oard for the Jewish people.
dulged in riotous living. HP has se-n! the peculiar providence of God
reverses and has been no stranger to they have been scattered over the
hardships. He has planted rov world, but throughout the ages they
vineyards and truck farms and has havo clung together as a distinct peo
taken chances with the balance of ls. Pl. and have made their impress felt
and whether he lost out or won out. upon ail nations. and all peoples with
he has been buoyant and optimistic whom they have come in contact.
at all times. You 10 not see the Jew as a beggar
Some time ago he took a little trip in the srrcr-t.s: you do not see him in
off. and thought that his observations 'he poor house or in the inebriate
might be interesting to sone of your asylum. Heli always manages to hold
readers andl jotted then down with -ims.lf above want and in whatever
no thought, I am surE. ,of engaging in land he inhabits he has shown thrift
a temperance controversy and I am .and enterprise. and has never been
sorry that he has bhoon m isilndr- :1 tax upon any nation.
stood. ,.-strov th,* .-Jew from the face of

Dbesi .. the red n ie right and Just.-Miaml etropolis. f th
Swhy so sensitive? C an'tan sa aa thousand miles; has bottled it so He just has a habih of jtting own art. and the history of the
hy o sntit can be repoduced at any time with his impressions for th- pr'ss. world would have, o be re-written.
word. even in levity, that the news- perfect intonation and inflection: he When he first s.-tl.d! in .Marion M i's. rthe reatr law-giver, belong
U VaRLIgE l r. ipamprs like the Miami Metropolis, can tell of the coming and going'of county, for fiar that h. n:ihht :ater- ) rarce. as Ilit Abraham. Iaac
'e Man1g er.; which essaysv to speak for "the peo-;,the winds; he can tell of the approach wars *c-nsuro himself for ,loing -o. .n racol,. a.l, a long line of rh- holy
pAe." do not at once begin muddyingf of frosts and blizzards; he has placed he madie a rrip throuiih the ws ,,r- ;"oph'r .I).<,ph. who went down
ol f th, w waters y raising h cry of the earth in a balance and weighed country anil uponi his re turn hi- av,- i,-y EV and saved it from panic;
Advorat CA "wolf" "wolf." when there is no wolf it; he can tell the distance to the re- vour reaotprs the n.-*fi of his o [vi!. who rh- .acrrd scripture say.
DlIl ..error l. Now Ian no thought of any such animal. motest stars and is still unsatisfied, s.rvations. :t "'r-ea.,i af. (;ods own heart.
S***l er Jump or It "Th-s snaps andl snarls of the cor- and every day is prying into the mys- I may -v iby way (of par'nthtesis., Christ. the apostrl.s and St. Paul, were
asI o1 a psawpo jump on it. .. cdnwpes I
portion controlled newspapers" is tries of nature and compelling her that I have h,-n a sihbseriher to your :ll .('i.clefndants of this race. Surely
SJ A Hllam ,'merely a cry to throw dust in the to reveal her secrets. paper for a long time. and hav anon Christians three should b- no
J A HaMn ~of -yo-s of the "dear people" to useann tJ Inre ws.
S. A a n of s f the "dear people" to use Man has founded empires, some ol eral ol.i copies filed away. ,rjliiic.' neainst h. Jews.
S. at an ad tb for cats paws whenever ;t be- which have crumbled and fallen, hut. Mr. Ayers letter is in one of these ,s 'ut so far as this paper is coiern-
'comea necessary for them to do so." on their ruins he has founded others. old copies, but as it is somewhat ',I. it tries to have no prjudic
Former Senator Call posed as the with the object always in view of lengthy I mere-ly submit your on- a.ainut any rare or Ipeople. It wants
*- 4-algamlping outfit for special Phampion of "tae people" of making the world better than it is. ments on the same the. lUnit-d Srat.-s to live up 'o thi in-,
Smr has already t ea this state for nearly forty years; he We scout the idea that man is nat- This letter appeared in th- Ocala mentionn of its founders: "An asylum
-was especially the champion of the rally depraved; we do not believe Banner of October :;1. 1 ' p-rimary election system, and he now that he is conceived in sin and The following are your conmmnnts, I' ha- pro..r,. under this ilea.
at ar U a heforre says in a protest before congress that brought forth in wickedness. We- be- Better Than Politics and! iha become a great nation.
1l witha( a f1orida grape- Florida is in a state of secession, live that next to God himself in pur- ".Mr. Alfred Ayer. who has beo.n onr [ is greaetr because of the erman
-1, **(A New Yre Parker nullification. insurrection and rehPl- ity and innocence is the new born an extended trip through the wxs:. poplatinn- i' is greater becaije of
lion against the government of the returned to his home in this county on
Cr to aI t at Atlanta- States wore rnmen i wa. W e believe that man's natural last WedInesday.fri polatio: i is g
M Wy f~m the monkey Itl tat he i worse than it was lur- impulses are good and that he is vast- "Mr. Ayer is from South ('arolina. cause ,of its Scottish. Jewish. and its
Sy th civil war pnod and all e- ly better than he is given credit for. and a few months ago purchased a universal population from all lands.
c au e th negro presumably) is not \, cannot get our consent to believe handsome property on Lake Weir. in If i l to the African rac
Spe rmitterd to participate in the demo- that mn i ,l oy e. the southern portion of this couiin v
t erre-asing the raw- that man is evil and only evil. a body of water. by the way .o icter- i. ,nlv char, we hwave hati'l
StAcrati prlmar. ark At the very dlawn of history, in the es-lie and lovely that it nma juiitl- :ini:.. a '!h. .':! i:;nese and C(hinese is
Sd la- The "dear people" are growing tir- vry twilight of the world, we hear of I hb styled the lle ('omo of Florida.' : ;,v :.r,. t inditriouis and, oo
d of being worked after this fashion raf in orntn"Before er.-ta,lishing himself l),rn!a- .
anld that cry of "the corporation con- ra overnepnt anti these sores I nentiv in thi county. however tUr, rura e t come and let thel
rtg at th d of last re" cin h een repeated ever sinc- with.\er want. to satify hinmlf that work. We have got plenty of it for:
So trolley newspapers is rapidly losing more or less exaggeration. their was no I)lacr in the Uniteld them to do.
all a v ,n, r?.a- ,,f ",1 it.s charm and cannot forever be used Th#. very first U:nited Stats senator States he might lik tt. So wit This ha no pruie against
tae hnihtsmo,,r last v.wt This paper hasnohprejudiceagains
as a factional shiboleth for riding into, from FloridaM.ames. ot this idE-a in view. hte set out for thIn s
af a fatiol shiom oria Mr.ames I). \estcott, rat west, and extended his trip as the Yankee. either. It wants his mon-
S po has i to e killed The t representing this state in this august far as Colorado. Itah andl Wyomin. ey and it wants his enterprise. The
Sttm a hafor Arit bt all The."people. are coming to a turn tribunal before Mr. Mathews was and after making a close and careful i editor has been amongst them and
Ut, ~ e Rew- April. bui all in the lane and refuse to he worked born speaking of the corruption in examination of the relative advan-
m t-xm will ie feac rh m han:,iall the ,ime like dumb driven cattle. governments almost in t upna tages of these states. he returns, we minle wih them and always found
S* -i hso that some men may ride into offce r la are pelased to say, firmly convinced them generous, polite and accommo-
soe men may ride into oce guage Mr. Mathews uses. said- that there is no state in the American dating.
Sa the a corrpond ov.r their shoulders. "If the people of this country knew Union so rich in natural gifts as Lets hold out a welcome to all na-
. a the tal orr-ind The records of this county, as well one-twentieth part of the corruptions, l'lorida. andt is now hitter pleased ti s d a wloe a
WI U NWe fYork Packer.o than r with his heitif and iv th glad han
w Yr at as the records of Dade county and the pculent. the reeking, filthy cor- than ever with his beautiful lake tons and give th glad hand of tfel
Gma a r kre ora irang."" We!other counties, show that Gov. Brow- rtuptions of the government, they shore home. lowship to every son of toil who wants
t N would descend in a body upon this "Mr. Ay"r reports the west as be- to better his condition, though he
ard failed to keep his primary pledlg- city. create a revolution in less than ing greatly overestimated and its ag- homes from the ends of the earth r
State I nst s ar andl his promises and performances twenty-four hours, and fall upon the ricultural interests in a great nmeas-
t the trw1a.- awIngtuth nniwere always at cross purposes. president, heads of departments, con- tire a failure. Its winters are long
Ste mt awarding the ie seems to have been a total Igress whigs and democrats. and turn and severe; home markets of little Someone has sent us a copy of the P
*of te prisoner to the lorida them head over heels into the Poto- value and transportation excessive; "Appeal to Reason," the organ of the
ema is valid and refuse tostranger to all this stu ffabout moral m fuel scnr and expensive malinnt socialists. We find that it has an in- i
stamina and backbone that the Me- Now 'Mr Mathews ss: diseases prevalent in many distriNt; r a
thr saw tropolis so glibly speaks of. and they st. t th the climate severe nnd shbjoct to situ- quiry column in which the editor is n
s so g y s s of. ad "First. let us lift the curtain and den and extreme changes: grasshon- supposed to give intelligent and sat- b
ONe O r rpucan change" will do only to tell to the credulous look ilon the stage of our govern- pers. fifty thousand to the square foot. isfying answers to questions pro- P
mnmarine,' nment and there behold 'the corruption and lands expensive to bhiy and hard pounded through said column one
w fth me d4*wor, of fervor: !that is enabling dishonest public setr- to cultivat. Ths are only a fewdedthrough said column one
NM. s mpre* that MarV'eigh Is a BRYAN AS A POSSIBILITY vants to increase salaries, and im- of the disadvantages he reports and of these letters we find a correspond- o
Ht .% not that har. to! pose greater taxes, which is gradual- while we do not rejoice over the ent saying: "We do not know the re-
Sut hatly reducing our common people to a drawbacks andl misfortunes of others. sult of socialist rule and the editor
n= Br.an is out of the question as a serfdon. Every great function of our a this no doubt accurate account of the Appeal admits that he does not
I canrldilate for president in the future. government has been given into the j reat west. of which so much hIas been Appeal admits that he
S 'e.I < W Smtth hes He is growing weaker all the time hand of greed and speculation." said in its favor, certainly ought to know. Are we to blindfold our-
ft;" I 4, 1 ;aiI.l for 11.,'.'.,", with th,- radical element of 'the dom- This may be. in a measure, true, make Florilians better satisfied with selves and go headlong into uncer-
m r ,- f.,r 0te. sal-. <.f r .r- -ah rati. party. The conservative .- vt the people elect their public ser- Florida anld ln their 'level host' to tainty?" The answer to this question
S .ur i att sawM In amnada lican party that does not play to both ,Idec'ived. but they elect them suppose tph it on to that plane of prosperity workers and give them control of a
Ssidles as Bryan has done. If th- re- ing them to ,be true to their inter- whih saurely awaits it. their lives and jobs, but how it pro- o
C tkl ? 1) :a a hapblica party is over defeated, in ts. which shows that theyv thom- I Mr Ar thrts it g s
" r ta 41ot rwar with Japan ii all iic rani eats, one a pure C'ashnfre and o g s e orres-
it a h alli' to save the republic, it must Ie !s les are innocent and are doing the two others a cross between I pondent no inkling, and then the ed- t
bugmem T'al Jagssa has Ccot all'oq"le nts htr
n^ b That Jr ja gait all m.done by uniting the radical elements |their very best to place the govern- Cashmere and improved Tennessee itor goes on to say that surely hones- s
Sra do 6a watching the move an a radical platform. And the soon-! mnt on a higher plane, breed. Te also brings two pure Ma- ty is better than robbery, liberty bet- t
t t t rn bocks, which he purchase d out ter han slavery. But socialism can-
w-t. fu.'#r the people organize on those terms r instance. in this county. Mr. of the identietl flock that took the r than slave B socialism can

T1 Timte 'ntom. in yl.naking- of h' lett.r. Mathews was selected as a law-mak- first prize at 'the World's Fair at Lon- not make the dishonest man honest, M
O Ituadard (oil ca* a that th.-1 The southern people are less bound or and to represent the govc-rnment don. and again at Paris. With these not can it remove the curseof mak
- tmul d.' 4.'h.l.,I that the. prise' ~0o party now than they have leen abroad; his friend, Mr. Lamar, whom fine bucks he eoxects to improve the ing a living by the sweat of one'sl
1"fokf h ,io l 1ttt le ind thia of scn tn doetim he purchase face. a

s ha mad. n aw' for the jury sin .h war. The political oss pa such a high. tribute, was kept o fae. In the same column, a despair-
t -t.-l-r In th', oiuth is passing. The people in office for twenty years: Senator "We conratiilate the county upon ing woman asks: "In what way would a
t:\.. i ....n .,ci.elei ;d overtaxed (11 was (elected four times success- the aconiusi'tion of so ,ener.zatic and the woman in tho hnmn ra e
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o from t m he' mat-ka'i. P n11- lit
S phib be# %IIIall ai tw Moin rt
dhom #*%,Pr dwy bav won tvr,

',,r fo, \, arts T .- Ipolitician has
t -tr,, ii -ards that he wi'l play
-'.a a t, llh for a. x\ i t,- thi aIo ls.
a, i l nsions Th ;'atl catcaih :h
,' l )% i\ prown"t ti sta t.a )ax

va i I ill l t,) II
u' ; I ' 'l ta' all" 'i." itl,
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T .- 't-r' l- ' t .n m.-i. i> if ,.-
u ''', \\ ; ; .-.is-ia '' an \\ oa tio
a a za th all i a'):) a d!I wxalt anti !'op '

ivly to the. United States senate:
Mr. Stockton was alec(-rl to the log-
isl:,tur,: Mr. Proward was made gov-
'"ol):i ,!nti.i nt the isii', that they
'x. r* lhie fri,-nds of the people.
'V o 1o 1not beliiov', that w\v ar,' al-
d ;to- iol--d in oir puimllic o!cials.
1!' yv : 11 ik:t 1 'JiI-t:]ikes, butt nine
Si:l,- 'rI ol f O tII we I .t]plipve- that their
ff, 'r' ;a.-, f ,r Lthi pul blic good and
?h"" 'h 1 lalwoir to anwiirliorate the con-
'!itim'iis oif the tnfortunat ;and lih-t-
'n' 'Itli htrdens of T-p' poor
W\' !, liev-lv t ih t lie worlhi is _row-
n,: lait-tr ,\-very ldaiy and; is becoming
or e nnt, la 'aro JIj _1- i

't f. --a la il t,14 'n'roll'"--

of ~ rycn )vIq nf::I1'~,1 f~~

I ha' 121~ ~ !ai-i lu .'aaaf)au' I ~' iat--------

* of ca:'rlio ('lf i tvl~ I:'i-. 2 :ifc i." '- f
Q111"t' i ITI-L'! a" vu7), i,' 1-

of auita rit t) na 'a t I %! i :. rla ,ti,' f.,a, t

Ia 'saut u't di().--,IS4a1 1a' 'aa t'ta )1a".
if ata- a- at:1 a;.-aa:',l 'astoif.'

i.- ra:r!l not-:'aI

i- .... . t ol and ant n iorant. mnore t-nli lht-
+''a.' Iin 'a f ]sa' t a) ;',i; o io1 d ,'- ,i at~a d 1l-ss deprav-.,!. I liI ti ," Nvit i a S ,i,>1 it at i>

'' with th xp iont of r urn discard also ,ly lini '-tenths p;,'a-'r thla oth ',- day thant 'hre is less
i th. plow l ef the, wickel things ,w hear, and the o 'rinie iin o, ,i hi th n itn aI,; w(Otth'-r.
*a join that ,las who mlake law. ,ntd s;)ori. of ;hai corruptions of those in Prof. WilliamI ('. Ru,'diart hai of
1.,- th ',nall' them tw o divi 1 th, a n lic offic'- form a large part of the th' l '],fpartn ti' It l'f ellcationalle psI-y
Ill,, to ,na ,Ial e thon h I l ',lo ta t'hintzs that wv listen to with incrod- chology at 4; oret Washingtol -Ti-
'l'"l at'" Of >ha IalortwanI's alr to ,ulostis an ; iu h' shal' BartowRec-Ise'n so many of these grave carges, that it is an established scientific fact
Th Ocala Banner's poiio twhtn investigate.,t vanish into thin that the weather conditions largely
StransOclfer nanugr's toro oit dat toi control criin. Blizzards in the win-
t transfer. :h inaugurals to Florida. lpr nn_-i_; i.

share of reward- for her toil in the
*n:w ('ticoini ord r?-r" Th, reply is:
TT- ;
S: ', T only C
v r. L' *n,! ,, ,:! h.'a i th( a

"'!... ,, r y w ill be p ild

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7',- %::nt: TiTit s it almost p')lling
-'" -. : : It'!' roots beca;iT..S
m.1', 1 ,a ,! i.l t I play to i ,t
i;,'I *:',, in :h S'annii ;ni O)il tin., tht.
t. ;- .Ild ,. (K. Itn- w M ,tliaii
a a. ,- It I-at s I t it .lulhl An-
"-f 1 daia.i vi!l 'sf oci k t.te coon-
" :- :at'l t !i;l .,hi> l.t vision w ill a'
" r" ih af hola' ()f of l)rintedI airgu-KII-
10- t'is i t f;tiv>r t .>ocialsim, andl will
i,' a f'avori', text for preachers of
a. a(rcliy for some timet to COnoe. 1lut
ronly to the unthinking. When it is
rIt'nlenli)..rd tha; a quart of kerosene

c itIs 1.ss than a Tampa cigar it will
no' he re1(arded as such a bad trust


Mass Meeting Called for Ac I E
Fairfield to Oppc e it
Fairti -I.f. P',;i '1
To there Elil'tr ,;:.l I : '.:
R,-a Banner ,if la: "ek .f 0
c'rest'; a na w f 'lln . .. -
.Iarion and L. v ,.''; 1
lines of th- n.-w t, itn r ..
tr'l ro c(anl h f- no n.riil i; I. l i:. A
the- purpose of his i.'. I .
ilnm for tth*' fitI ,' '... a ,I n
ro t)o lilac-'dl in 'his ; r' .. '..
county and are op, [.. ,e
nliov ;r-i citiztns ,all -
V,. to) t;ik." '. o)tl ;a*': . *
ainn! W \W i'h ht ;, ;..... a
S'it.; st hat ' a' *
Sf Fair*'.t :in I 'p
mee-t at Fairtiell on Sa'" r :. pr
3 at :, p. m.. to petition 'h. *:
ture against any such r:* .' ::I in
struct our rfpresentati'. -, ., .) r
wishes in this matt.-r
It is further hopel. ain, 4-. ir i 'hw
McIntosh. Rtldticrk. Citra .Anhrie
ind all othvr preciucts in 'h,- ,omntr
will take like action and pr-.-n? &
lew county being madl. again-r owr
will and interest. Th.-r. it *tang*-r it
we arte not on g ar.l N.w : 4
ime to act. not only instrue ing ltb
representatives of the. 4iltric- m
county. but petition the lg-ilaaturr
preventt such action being taken
Come to Fairfl-Il April rdt all eI
zens. white and c lr..i n ril 14 *
nake it known that we. ar- unAltv^e
)ly opposed to any change in o )resent conditions, and citiza.ns 3
)ver the county he'lp u', t, -emrnail
)ur old Marion


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Some days aco. .compl.nit: ~ i tr
quest of on. o,)f wuir -ib.- tp...,**.
addressed( a la-trt.r to Mt.i r-tn
r Jacksonville. asking< hir:i ',, gt9
s his method of pl, intim p,.Ilimant
'ees, as they s.'.ni to bha,* .. .n "
gnally successful. The following M
Le response to the l.t,.er
Jacksonville. March I 'l r
Ir. Frank Harris. Oala. Fia
Dear Sir-At the rciiqu.ert ,ft Hoe
. H. Sebring. niayvor ,,f oir .city I
n replying to your letter a.ildrfo-s
) him, under late of March eh h A<
matter of actual fact. I h.v-i, plant
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is strange, but it often happens

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property, so that the pabentm a
able to digest and absrb he
ordinary food which he comil
not do before, and that is the
way the gain is made.

A certain amount of (esh a
necessary for health; if you
have not got it you can gt it
by taking



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To the Editor Ocala Banner: -
The, race question is gradually be- Will Remedy Many Evils-Improve-
ments Made at Small Cost
coming one of the greatest Impor- ment Made at ll Cost
n The yellow ra s getting Dr. Eliot, president of Harvard Col-
rapl to the front, and if its career lege, made an address on Saturday
is c t w ec e night, and in speaking of the commis-
is notchecked it will soon become
sion plan, he said:
equal to the white race. They are "I have found it most astonishing
overrunning the western states, and what a small body of men can make
the people of California are beginning a good government. I have, for the'
to see the possibility of the Japanese past two years, studied the question
and Chinese coolies supplanting them of remedying the evils which exist in
andl Chinese coolies supplanting them
as laborers for the r a as most of our antiquated forms of mu-
miners. nicipal government I have found
Th coois wil work or that everywhere, and among thinking
Th. Japanese coolies will work for
1' ~,l.-five cents per day, and can men the question of a change of city
l ,, on cents per day, whereas government has awakened the great-
'hi. hitian demands a groat deal est and the keenest interest. I tave
h* whit.- man d-mands a great deal
fn,,- and it requires nearly all he ben to Texas, the first state to try f
Sit. q,, ir. e a the commission form of government.
rf. tk.- to live uII) to the standards of
Siliaion I want to say right here that Alanta,
Ilu nitv d, manls that all are giv- lik. a great many other American
'. hance when tciiv s, has a very ancient and anti-
-r\vnivalce of h. fittest, it nust quatetd form of government, with its
,l t hat it is natural for the'u common council, its aldermanic
t .I- n i,) wish to perptuate the bho;rd and its other boards or.commit-l
A rae ,. s the lI.-aling race of the tees.
S,,D!, I)r. Eliot said that today a dozen
Th. I ian. the ussians. the Jap cities in Massachusetts are trying the
:n lt..e Jews and tho Chinese are connlission form of government with
S.\ In,,lIsiralle lot of people, yet great success. In other cities one
S*h. lading citizens of the country board had taken the place of two. and
.r, ,iinr. all they can to crowd the all ward elections had been abandon-
r. ;1,, in all t:..he can to crowd the
'I1;1f-1i Stat-,s wit h th q t l- It e

The Galveston. Charter
"Just three men..' he said, "prepar-
ed the Galveston charter for a com-
mission form of government. Galves-
ton was bankrupt. The commission
has saved the city. Five men on the
commission got the city out of debt,
and are making the finest public im-
provements. with small costs to the
property owners. Houston,. Dallas,
f)es Moines and other cities are try-
ing ihe commission form of govern-
ment, all with marked success. The
re01tc fn hIiM Q intn vi"

S a *'' 11 i I I ass tl I
a- a \%ry common aight to see a white
1it:1n tranmpiing around begging for
work. while the 'apanese coolie is
world ing on a salary which would not
-liffic' to feed the white man. It is
'h.- duty of every white citizen of the
I'nit.ed States to do all he can to
kee.p he white race in the lead. at
,1a.st In this country. if not in Eu-
Now. we have the question of the
Japanese coolies up and the best way
is the wisest way. Don't wait for the



VYTE had no magic wand to instantly
transformation we have wrought.

days and nights of hard work, and lots of it.

work the
It re ant

It was

our intention when we began business several years
ago to some day have a Modern Grocery
By degrees we are getting to it, and with the support
of the good people of Ocala and surrounding country,
combined with hard work, our store continues to
grow, and we firmly believe that we have the nicest
selection Of Fancy Groceries in this part of Florida.

There is great satisfaction in knowing that
what vou eat eom from a WA ll e tAk Ati ra

SYou get that satisfaction when you deal
I Our store is kept clean and in a sanitary co
We give all orders personal attention and s




pn til- ani or t he sx *ar titter. sacd experience we had with *-tLr."- a UI-LI uLsLp, i |cw hI IVw U
& IIli N 'ti ar GIVE U
le qu*-tl, e-nmltnr I b'cnalwr ::1 the, nero to teach us what"to do, but are simply wonderful."
S *" us profit by past experience and He spoke of the cities that have the
Iul ,i $r- tsa'w a,; in hal frla l .t the swell-headed Japs take a drop. commission form of government, and
Th %al i ir th- cart st'i4ppi-d i This is the American's country. and mralIared them 'to those that still
Te i 'h. -t r. e a w want it to sta h American.'s hav\ the old form. and said in every
.. 4-.,, country. The foreigners are already "intanc'e the difference was marked. K

h. ....t tigt. i birth Se,.',tb.d. up north, and we should put a check had .lone great good.
I o .,4 0 tt h it* tupr :1 nort h do1 have- found." .he said, "that in A R0
18',"r #.pr/.^t~o: I l- 41 f i. t P every citiv where there is now the 00
alt. wao-ll l-II, v ttlr on Of course' we don't want to stop the every citiy where there is now the
T al. "-f ,f IcitiEpha.p e'xfr.rt 'oP..' of civilized Ecnlinission government that city af-
ITh th has re*uk hat -hac-id. r Ing overz here. but we have a right, fairs are conducted in a more busi- LARK B
.d 0h ha., r-k ai.l a'd. run u and it is our duty to object to the n-ss-like manner, and the savings in
to I111. .9.t1 I-,- while the imports tiOe
ti 11 .) a half n h-lllie tIn' im rtts *scum of the Asiatic nations coming the purchase of supplies have been
'suin .irt a half million. t ta over here and crowding out our good. prodigious."
tiitll~e:S .nAmerican from his own coun- Pe said that one good thing accom- O
tal v*on.erere for the tinAo- question as diiish, d was the failure of the old po
sIr*'r',s'.* AIl dll;.r r t and c n' AiSTiN ONER.JR ical machines to control city legis- R ^ Z
ii iil 3 4.*, 4 AUSTIN FINLAY JOYNER. JR.c
1 1 0 I4 4lation.
ur.* lik. thes-. mean aiT .m.fflihing WORTHY BRETHREN "'In Boston," he stated, "where there
The railrua.t ia s. it the only tlins- -- are thirteen aldermen and seventy-five
trnltnt.i titlist" prnvi.ldd hi lrir- IEditor Griffis of the White Springs councilmen, steps are being taken to BAPTISM AT SILVER SPRINGS
tu* f th. iraniletiM iphoasphate- htand-t Herald, made a hit with his write-up secure a commission government. It
ilur *hirh %hiak it all the iDunnel-;of "G(reat Floridians." but he omitted is believed in Boston, as in other cit- All perfect was the dlay,
I ma 'n %t; ake o uso the matter with iesl that inefficiency and incompeten- Its closing hours more perfect still
fron, :h.r-i mitt: (In he. W'ithlacxoo- j lieth(rington of the Lakeland News. cy, rather than dishonesty, is what As shadows lengthened o'er the hill
r~h.- ri.*-r a tade has sprung up tiand call a convention of the disap- causes the old form of city govern- And in the forest lay.
hl.h nptol.. mat r atihes as wehll o f theinted to see that we get justice ib ment to fall into disfavor. Where Aro-'td, soft zephyrs in the trees,
the premises. Rut there may be A fti.grant odor on the breeze;
I.-an,1 Iy H1o nluch. there ar some trouble in hiring a hall large the commission form of government Above. no cloud within our sight.
thilr i. tell (of t.-aEzgoing Ilarges. enough. to hold the delegates.-Live has been adopted, good business men To mar the southern sunshine bright
elf. N.i ,.f ho.tiltOas for ste-vedlore'*. !Oak Democrat. have been found who are ready and That glistened o'er the scene.
hir*. nallla: ,.,l~ ecig:ht dredges. WeI regret that we omitted to men- willing to serve their people. Such Neath heaven's blue the water'lies.
, .. , IMirroring back the azuire skies: :. l
k.., t.I h. .hanne.I- i-open lne. and ti, l our worthy brothers. Editors is not the case where there are coun- AMnd o'era the silvery sheen
,. i h' .t.ii A d.-erti, k lat oiplete,' in and et herington. the s and boards. In Chelsea. Mass... The laughing rillets in their play
tw. IAt .i there is not only a commission form (haseo each other awa.v-a-vay..
Tl .& .... ih Ih ,i. r tf l.et It- *'ratission does not lessen their of rvnnwnt, but the governor of The birds sweet song fills all the air.
S'reatesr" one bit. nor our personal t And nature's building everywhere:
tli a. lHa it a.i expoin ptit. a 'the state appoints the commissioners. Then. peace, just like a dove.
*n or,.I t It o,,her I rto. hhe follow i. Iowa has a state law which allows Asce'nded as in olden days. .
Sin seriously we know of no one whot to utse the referendum, the ini- And angels caught the son of Pi:'ais
S'* .A stands higher in the estimation of the the re.\d bore it up alov.
...... Flrida press than Brother Dixon or tae and the recall. i As the pastor led into the spray
Ton.h Brother hit i Unfrtn About Police Boards One who hal chosen to walk this way
B Brother Hetherington Unfortunate~;
.ir' Ilt- 1:,,,. brother te Once during his remarks. Dr. Eliot Of the just. which shineth more and
I" v l1'1e. 1 w, l are not personally acquainted more
~erl,' s,,1 ,.aid something about boards, and mor.
w> ,ithr. but we know ;hat each I'ntil it reaches a fairtr shore. (
Pis .411 4 1. t stated that in Boston there was more il i
stat*1 f them are as greatt in their re- M R
Pnr Tanl. f t a re- trouble with the police board than On Tuesday afternoon. March 9.
lstiv communities as any of those
Stioed in our list of "Great lor- with any other. The laughter that Mrs. A. E. Blalock. a candidate for OCALA
-T. ,T T.' il.n' Not once, t o ral followedt was not untlers!tood by him nlenbcrshipl in the Methodist church
,,t .a idian" Not once. bun s\eral tiles.
Shv w heard editor Duntil someone netarbly put him wis<, to of this city. was baptized in the beau- e
'have we heard Editor Dixon praised
TAp T the sination in Atlanta. tiful waters of Silver Springs. Be-
the ,st and most protninent Ie- Dr. Eliot said that there was a ihs here own family, those witness-
O lf Live Oak. Only Tles day of
ONE OF THE BUTTGENBACH 1 ', k ,'a hart Onr. l ,ro,.r of great al of printed mat1t'r a!,uti tin tihe inlrc-ssive ser ice were Rev.
MINES DESTROYED ;, lI h tIlw ns he colIi-sion f!orm of nuTii( --- ---- a e"r "l i ,hisn -o w t hii h,t '0 nTAl') nn- ,,Ti, t'. I .iti,' T.->niiiii an.l! daughter, lTrne. Mrs. rD
-~ht . 0i ' lt hit were iryia ;h:'" iid! of ve' rn- '. Croslhv and chilr,,n.- Mrs. M.I.s
o eitip! n alcit i"t ti Call p a 'y a i -
,-, l Ie ,.i", ,; o f ,i v ti-. t 'itiz- II.TIenT \.r,'', ke h; i s\ wtert in- 1i l.it tle and son. Mr and Mrs. Thonim-
.- . i i.. .s ti cmlit. .< Ile- -; i io -led *h.'. the -., ltrui a.s an.! fhl-ir w'r'i 's. Mliss
,i. '. i' ii l i l h s A te i h er*'n t i i i t n .i t- n -ri. Ihtr s 1
i ..., ,, it". *i hadi', l t, i i -!," r n n h n "iMth
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> il -ii a;ill. ftaniiliar miili o r u ai ti I r
i;,] ,liln like our \wortlh.\ lrt% li ',n
, t, O News. and leloiioc'r.t, is far|
olitre cre,.li:able andt to ha- ie'ii'iced
Sailing faltnt or greatess aitOigm siran-
,-,rs 'Whit Springs Herald.

iwas seen in the red face. hands and
. .. -._#_ T N, I i ln" ,n

' !';- hi' vn'e-.! t1; "ill t ii\:ulon tict I P.: ; )ONkE 'Ri ESENT
* \ lid i. l l' 1 !i I t'V i
"T'Tt'r, s !'- ''hill i I \\ ; ; !,'" i "Tl'i' neW hollt'o -"tu c i 1 1or I' he smniall
;i- D r lio'. "and that is vwh iet-.'ver' a: u ils atul birds a' hie city zi.o isj
there is a commissionn form of ( ov- no-a rins- coinpletion. .and will be quite
ern'l eniit t city fatlih r.- are not al- an attraction whe-n tinmished. "Kate."
ways watching for votos, aini nobody; The comical monkey. has made friends
ias any pull for jobs.'" with the other monkey., and together
When asked if the people might 'hty were making a careful in-
noo tire of the commission govern- section of their new apartments yes-
nieit when the novelty wore off. Dr. torday, and both seemed perfectly
Eliot replied that he did not believe satisfied. Chief Chambers says that

so. and he added that it was very ev- in a short time he will have other


tOS., Proprieto

tOS., Proprietor.



with us.
see that




Very Latest in Millin

ma muknr U e~1'~t'Elll


Come in and let us show ym
line we have just seJected i lI
Fashion Markets of the Worl. T
find here the styles and fashtlo-
the millinary world, and at suhe I g
so n a b le p rice s th a t :eo u ll b e & l &|
ishedl. e' carry a full line of
bons. Trimmings. Novlt)It a Hatl fi-

* ^^ki i E' '~P

11th is Gay Easter Day

Have you seen our New Samples of

\e make Suits to youl' ,spc-.iail tnI .-
ureo at $13.50 and up.

\We make Paints to yourr niaol-ure at
$4.00 and up.

-And u--

Watch our Show Windows and'
On the Newest Shapes in

FRANK P. GADS ON, Proprietor.



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5S S! were getting the material for that dress. This season, as never before, our dry goods shelves are loaded with nice and serviceable dress goods. Something
i B pod and at popular prices. Everything we have in colors are guaranteed fast. Here we will mention a few of the good things we nave in Drs Gd:

.eS Silks. Soisette, Marqisette, Pongee, Madras, Batiste, Dimities, Laungerie, Dotted Swiss.

Ntin Stripes, Jaquards, Wash Voiles, Persian and India Lawns, and many more of

the latest effects in White Dress Goods

We have a nice line of Linen Sheeting, Lawns, Waistings and Suitings.
SColored Goods we have Lawns, Ginghams, Madras, Satines, Percales and a nice assortment of Bordered Dress Goods.

accs and Embroideries
We have for a long time been the
rcigntiad leaders 'in popular priced
Iws and rembriuderite. This season
we have thc largest line of laces and
thc' \ery latest effects than ever be-
k*re Our lacs and embroideries are
Orw hwet as trtiaers. thb prices are


2c a yard to 98c

Laoies' Trimmed Hats
Last season was our first experi-
ence in this line, and we are glad to
say that we sold out. to the very last
hat, which signifies that we know how
to buy. This season we are showing.
a line of trimmed hats for the gentler
sex that cannot be equalled in this
city. They are genuine copies trom
the latest creations of Paris and in
every respect resembles the French
Pattern Hats. While they are $2.50
to $10.00 values, our prices are only

$1.49 to $5.98

Ladies' and Children's
Our line of Low Quarters for the
feminine sex have arrived, and in
popular-priced goods we are certainly
showing some nice styles and colors.
Of course everything we sell you, we
guarantee satisfaction, but on this
particular line we know you will be
pleased, or your money back. Our
prices from

98c to $2.48

A Few Specials

Our line of Ladies' Belts.
Collars, Ties and Combs will
be of interest to you as they
are of the very latest styles.
We have also a nice line of
Baby Caps and Children's
Just a few Ladies' Kimonas
to make you comfortable dur-
ng the hot weather.

We have been here for a long time and our reputation as bargain givers cannot be equalled. Our buyer has just returned from the
Northern markets, where he has been scouring the cities for the best for the money and we are certainly proud of what he bought
fr us. You will be, too, when you see our lines. Yours for your money's worth,


MARCUS FRANK, Proprietor


s. B.

Next week we will have a Page Advertisement which will be of great importance

ADDTIONAL LOCAL I The government contractors are; Monday evening after the dance at A WORK OF MERCY THAT U
___ pu'ting down a very fine sidle.walki, the Tampa Bay Hotel. Mr. and Mrs. SHOULD BE ENCOURAGED
U Jack R.ent of L.ton. sp.-n, the around the government lot. It has a B. S. \\Wathers entertained a nuniber
et th k n <'ala itlh Mr,,.s basi- of cinders and about four inch- of young folks with a delightful but- ITh- National Florence Crittenton
.p Re-, -s of cnilent. It is built in alternate fet supper .at their horne. 209 Magno- .Mission is engaged in a noble work.
S blocks in.! promises to be a beaut lia avenue. Chicken salad beaten \\ith headquarters at Washington, D.
Mrs N Ha-kll .t W .ir-l:, ;in work of this description. biscuit. salted almonds, olives, angel C.. and seventy-one nomes throughout
her ttractiiM g- st. *'*' .i' t food. cake and wine' jelly we seved. the country, it is seeking to bring
to 'ala ti V, .Wln'.-d ,.t ,,I i lr r Alice E. Munden. who has b.-1n ''-Talipa Times. hope to girls plunged into despair
Sill -- whith rheumatism a mnth Ithronich the weakness that led possi-
S-- .lJast, is still co(itilied to lhr 1.o:lt' No. iMrs. Maargaret Olson of Pensaola. thy to but one transgression, and ex-
W.I JohlV I'a, t 1. w'tiltt'-' 17-, i' ntral a.vtnute.-Tatnla Tiirit- who i0 a VproliniIen Reoka.ih. he ing
I, I "- t M, rs. M.v ianiir de foranu Tm,'in f one or t r i' l''i,.!< b ifflet'ers 0,,te+,nd a shelter to those poor unfortu-
h P- =... I.a- *. , I\,.,- ,,. .!r. Mund ,n forn, rl. liv.,, in o e of "th,., l,':din:, offi, ce.rs of the
wint, outcasts who. In 'their trouble,
^ \1 "' la-h h *. :w.ill h, r trhndls here, will b, i,, w, .s n o(eala on T' .s,, y night c
'TO(n esda I -:,iy need a kind and encouraging
.. 'o !,rr > !',r illness , : i ,, '..' ,*, itit 0 t' the, O ala v-,.. and that attention which their!
vi-i. h,,. .. ---- U O fl rT vi 1 l',' .s of~ "" ,' statnces deny thm i
m att ,,, ,' ,>' "1,, k I, low:rl w hal I. '. .", t , fi" i'sti' tt tihe tilt-l 's Th't,,,' are at present fully five
.N V%.. ,t ';s .Oti ;aln( i'i.lh ,i ,'o "* ,- ;h ... Mfo. Or.'stn was t kt I,, st chi,, -ir' hi ii car ,,,t for
e grea't *. 1 11'1." ', :. a sh er Spring ye.,l- ' wnx "hope of the faln." this re-
S. -* ''' l :.,'it '- ,v *' r w, M rs. C. i. 1i- f ,' .r Tnercy. All people cannot be
Mr% :, ..i i '.i. "'n .h. *. i.. .h :n workersrs. lut there' are indeed
h h ,,. ; ] 'r l t,, ,a e, 'y 1: '' 1 ' li '. : .. ho) cannot give somn,' support to
speeif~dt -, al ,'n . I,, ,*. < '" !;'.+ ;: t* h r "* a te' expi t' t o- t0 -t I! i i .lb ':, i'. of t his !fa .' -' nI'. ,,w ho are.
S pa '- .'I, A ,. 'r s,'as:n. ,- t'rnce' Crirtt+nton Magazine
S" ,'.,. the sources (of revenue of
,- i. Mel\,q.i an' li"i..' i .,.;a- : s vot of hank w s h itrn :e l ,Vi,, ne, ('rittenton Mission. Its
Mrn H H. t o,, I. I ".,t'i. ,l t i .. a. i (rian o .tt vi(-)l. nrs):p + ris o"f the ci-. for the o- s .,s i:!;on rate 'l I hut $1 per year.
gp. M. Mt...l l at '! Xa Mr-.- M,'- i ', "Ir aI',rson and famitily of t liet s thy they ave of the services: to n, ..-! -ho become subscribers for
l ItVel r. ', dIu', M H- I' IrI r.inem., la ( D r Person is one of Orlan.!o's thl itieniemh'rs of the han.i who volun- th:,, ,, .cation will be assisting in
S ,Lk. %%***t .li it,.l:t ai ".'rtrn ioti . let physicians and is a enlusin of teered their instrunients and furnish this. I of the most charitable and
Omer a tw".. ,i' i h< alt IMrs Mclver. His daughter. Miss Ag- e,1 music. and to those who were tr i;anthroic works troic works that man
- -- i.-, Iprson. spent several weeks in faithful in their attendance. The can ,n'.a ,e in. Subscriptions should
NrW R 11 ,ltr b.i alet0(..! ',k aOu :;i, winter with tMrs. wcver whole series of sermons were free be sent eo A. V. Elliott, Circulation
Mw e-r..ni am da4y u r1nm ln t: Ingli.- it i Re\ andl Mrs. C. E. Powell and were in eyery way helpful to those Mr. Elliott was In Ocala yesterday.
od .wtal .I:t'- it I-ala hith iirheir tihrc. interesting boys. Phillip, who are thinking seriously of the re- and was quite s Iecsc ul in his can-
tdi KRo>br, and Alfred. who have spent ligious side of life. a for ,ssjsta,, r this \ hy
--- i the past winter in Ocala with Mrs.
U@me hasa tba 'n blr.ken bor trhe iom.ll'. I mother, Mrs. R. D. Thomp- The Peconic correspondent of the cause.
eg tm o f a .Iwellaing on Oklawalha sIl,, o.n Fort King avenue, left yester- New York World finds the snime HE SIREN SONG
g e lotr Mrs. Walker Bihol, It Ida\ for their home in Lexington. trouble that most correspondents and
WO oatain eight Ntmrt and %il be K.-ntiicky. local reporters find in other sections its all tir ],o-i o theit, !,". ;. ;
* yer^ ;w.at huildanm of the country. He confesses that he bird. bu, if -o ar, harnd" ar
Mr Wtk'ea a. ~ i. -,' Iait ,a 1 *ht. r, I.. Patterson and little has had to draw upon his imagination h .. i>ot ln .
N1 !u. I a M. a dt laughtei. who have been onil a visit when news items were wanting with Inich (ot t tand OI!i .t" t' t.
*- rw a d t, (k 'ala ta. f.ornla t.e r to Mrs. Patterson's father. Mr. I. M. the very general result that he hints will tll of n l l.icur .,cr-
Sre dat att., Th. forn,.r1 is1Barco. at l.argo. were in Ocala Wed- at in rhyme: will 1. ll of wl-. i .,,-
O gu.t ot Mrs J. W. Pearsotn and nesday afternoon on her way back to Peconic don't make any news- nal__
21 toteri at prvelt'ithIN gtost of 'Colton Plant. to visit her mother for There's no copy a fellow c(an luse- MARION COUNTY FAIR ASSOCIA-
= A MloB. m ,,t inme t eifor,. going back to Mi-! And when I invent it TION
-- Then people resent it..
lub of Mr J M Mefferti ne a- \Andl I catch a lot of abuse. Subscriptions to stock of t!,, Ma-.

rion County Fair Association will be
received t the C'ommenrcial Hfank
Munroe & Chambliss Bank. and y
the secretary. room 22. Holder block.
Shares. $10 each. full paid and non
s an asset. Florila's climate is
worth more than Pennsylvania's coal
and iron. The latter. naturally will

ha'. rvachoi tOcala His
^ touting ar will Ik *.esioially,
t sow of bh iswife and children.
~- Ms1 m1Il Buick for hst omn uise
b buel m o operation
~AM msch relmrtd1 to01"e
*fmo after an absence

Mr and Mrs. Frank E. Harmon.
brother and sister of M.rs. James M.
Gates. who have been visiting here
for a fortnight or more, left yester-
day for Tampa and Cuba. They will
return to their home in Lima, Ohio,
via Knight's Key and up the east
coast. They had a very Dleasant visit

(Generally speaking. the sensational
is always degrading.


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Whbeas. a persistent claim by in
tere d parties I being made that
this heard of trade is responsible fot
th dbts and liabillties of the Expo
tokm-rPair Asociation; and.
Whb-r.-as. :he only connection this
teard hat. had lith the organization
(o 'said ExiMuition Pair Association
tha' ni Jul tmk adoltotet by the' br board, a com
mItt.e. war alilrifte-d to onsidlr th
advi shlity of an exposition a; the
*aWlpMtiol hbulleinxg at Sou th Jack
seoill.* and -uch committed ubsie
4aemtl r*le-orted recoriniending such
an ,*xlmtl(on and the formation of a
.a-rate. company for such purposes
which r,.wont was adopted, and.
Whberea. such an association was
Irwtmed and all contracts and liabili
ties were, contracted by said associa
tom. and this board has no part or
t*-rnvs tin the management thereof
e-*-cpt i% .donate and pay the sum o
ive hundred 4W500) dollars to sali
asortatlon Therefore. be it
msoIed. That the board of trade
ba ad so promises nor done any
act wlhreby this board assumed the
ftlllmiant of any obligation of said
seoriation. and. therefore. this boare
of trade herhey makes public an
momau meant that it disclaims any and
all liability for any act or indebted
me's of the Exposition-Pair Associa
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gence and perfect grasp of the dif-
ficult role of Nora has probably nev-
er been excelled or even equalled by
any artists of the English speaking
tongue in any land on the globe. She
is technique incarnate, mistress of
all light and shade. a study of neck
pantomime, has "eyes that do mislead
the dawn." the grace of a goddess
and a voice so richly caparisoned
that it will ever remain a golden

intelli- Wendell Holmes paid the following

tribute to this noble profession:
"The physician's life is one of sac-
rifices. He gives up not only hNis
ease, if necessary his health and even
his life, but what is dearer to some
mtn. I might almost say, than any of
;h 's--namely. his habits. He drops
hi-; novel with the last chapter un-
road: he leaves the theater with the
tifth tict just working itself up to an ag-
ony; he gets up from a meal that is
un'tasted; he leaves his pillow un-

From the glee-clad, care-detached, pressed. or springs from it in the dead
bubbling Nora, gamboling in the of the night to brave the wildest
realm of a temporary happiness, over storm of rain or snow: he has not
tne purchases made for her babies' an hour by night or day when you

Christmas tree. to the deep-toned
scenes with Dr. Rank, Nils Krog-
stad, Mrs. Lindew and Helmer, she
ran through every emotion from the
gossamer laugh to the tearless sob.
on. on. until she touched the empire
of silence-the beautiful, impressive
country so matchless for its twin
splendor of strength and eloquence.

Youak stock for sale. Pullets, $1.50 At the finale. when Nora tells her
*rcb. Corkerels. $3. single, or. if two husband that she is going out alone
or more are purchased. $2.50 each. to educate herself, the interest of the
gms. beat quality. $2 per setting of audience was so deep that no sound
It. two setting,. $i. Class. No. 2,.
$1 W, per setting; $2.50 for 30 eggs. could be heard save the popping of
Ccwbator wegs $6 per one hundred. the cork from tear bottles. and the
Book your orders now. so you will gasps of beauty and chivalry as they
be s*rt.d firt. My "Rocks" are the made a dash for the well ventilated
"RlU klets." and never fail to win.,
sad other stock correspondingly good. lobby.
Wont ~x firsts and three seconds on The entire company was in mettle-

breath again: when he
tient, gasping with,
pricking an atom of moi
skin so transforms in t
a few minutes that. to
ferer's words, whereas
in hell he is now in hea
visits one who is under.
ture of the passage of a
silences the pain with a
that says. "peace. Le s
almost divine authority
nothing comes nearer
than he who is invested
neficent capacities.
"The pains of turgic
and of disease have bee

cannot summon him as if he were a much, if not all. of their
slave and you were his master. He agony that seemed inse
does more than the good Samaritan- maternity has been div
ne goes to the wayside to look for the in the face of the an<
wounded travelers and carries them resting upon woman. N
in his ambulance to the hospital, painless birth, induced
which is an inn where there is no thetic agent, the reign
landlord to pay. He will stoop to was over, and humanity
wash your feet. if they are bruised assert all its rights. It
and maimed, and do for you more the physician to claini f
than menial service at the call ot right of procuring a pai
humanity. ount of the world, as is p
"These are his sacrifices. What the patient whom he c
are your gains? The surgeon is con- !onger in it. and with
stanrly saving life. Where would Inco' to the properties
you be without his aid in a case of scene, to consider the p
strangulated hernia? Think of those which should he' under
wonderful, and. at first sight, appall-, direction."

tem e.ntries. Birds scoring 91 1-2 to some mood. and each character was THE FORGER'S FIRST GAME CRITICISM RIGHT AN
, plot itM given the real Cayenne snap .btt. of NEWSPAPE
Mott, Guarantee to please. or course. Nazimova was the entrancing The two strangers boldly entered
S ack glory, sun. moon stars and all. he town's imposing bank building, to Justice Gayncr Says It
The performance was a pure food. which they had been directed, and ap- Chief Safeguard
MRS. W. U. SHOCKLEY, Prop. mental banquet. and I would strongly roahched the cashier's window. Corruption
LOWELL, FLA. avise those who value the "he the cashier's window. Corruption
LOW LL. A advise those who value the "do What's this for?" inquired the A spl'cial from New Y
I palate to smash all eatin windoen as of .age- muic' William .1 (avn.
THE L. BRUMBY mn,,nts. and ,in with Nazinva to- nian 1whind the window as on,, of Justice William .T. Gayni
THE J. L. BRUMBY ments. and (dine with Nazimov.t to- the strangers deposited a bogus check York sulprl.'n.i' court w;
nM. I lnonig ht for such a delicious. e l!u ison the slab.paker at th yi
M USHING COMPANY tol to be had about once in a life- or $ an't ou ro(abl:'" Cnyr uone a atlhe N.' w
I time. i"'W-ll." returned the cashier, smil- (lub's new building h,''
Come again, Nazimova. with thel.
(,mB.e. :,1 Fort King Avenue, ol' g Hous o an woli house inglv scrutinizing the piece of paperr' loke. on Ibehalf of the f
tmd F'or Witness Building "Dls Hou" or any old house. .you'll have to be identified. you nwspalper to criticize
We'll have all the theaters in Jack- kw..
know. ;v those in public office '
Publehere of the Florida Fruit and sonville rolled into one to accommo- The fit f r ot to his come in par
Trck Grower, Ocala. Fla. i date the crowd.-Ida Florida Sollee. a The firt foger inte hentify ,cois hs part:
in Jacksonville .Metropolis. I.
Pub.,,hers of the Florda Stockman! .' sni notit only" th- i
and Farmer. Ocala. Fla. i Ro l c i- As the eo an st forward Rw. 11ap-. u, it> chict
-ih, cashi'r looked him over. ,. as wll This is t
Publishers of Brumby Classified. City lpatces start. conlmithi., su.ici'- illn W.!, h a sh ii' rl rimht. twlI- .. ,i
and Trade Directories iino- A.vr.s. at tile a' of ,, .. i th have such open faces ,! ro -, i. toi.

SPECIALISTS IN ADVERTISING was born of htmillt,,l'e par1)::.i ilt ''"*- ,s no ne'i of asking v )ir names "-p ,r.-4\i'; o: c(,,
\\. .t i cr. .!, I t to 4 i d designn anti N.t h C11 ( rolina. ai. I t Nx 't' a *)(ook .u lt'*-si -s. .IIst itnilor'se the check, ..,n, ;i; ,. To, .. '
I',, t ,,t, ;. ,,u,' tl r inlititi alil s. . -. ' , , ( ,,,,,i, ,n,.,.r 1us*ly :"'." -,1t+
'. [ I. ,i . "i tol s or itn a r ,h.2 h *-, ...i i..t 4"...l .y.d. ,in ii kl done. the .. ,.,... ,
t, kh"- i\c ::. '.. t .as co nltltT ( 1 i' out and the forg- ro' r:
,,,,,, v, tn".. t. : r o n ,! s '. ,I;iart d in high glee. i, ,,.
A : ,* r p, in '"ii .'i * :.' th t. u -, ',' i\ l \ L'. crazy '" piped one on the -, si oiU

S ' '. !\ h l t' ". :. ., .,,, ,, t t h m nn .. .. i...

ItI v of x'al il

2 ho i'iU c 01 llnirv.
-.1mi' r u'nIal isin has c'unic'

Tlh ii < t t' t ro Ie '' .1 i ,-P (l i t

, h rIa z'eu a l' o n. t.' hi, t', ttl .'!a ; n -
pl.,| i .- th ei I ultted Stat.-

bak. litp-

%11,1 filially IOWA Wr ahd "N' -Sal ohn"A wo hww
..it -I t 11i I # _.4, h : 1 )Y I, t II

or-o it-ki. anu .0 i.. I i ',' o pyp. ,iwe i iify and power for good with
BOOK DEPARTMENT him into notice. .' 'v !. v! ado, v-( ,'1o ,,( x was:,,' law. rticine. the ministry and
*."horthor Cattle" (Said.trsi. $2. h cashier's calm rejoiidtr. "The ., ig
rttb Iutage' "c addc', FOR DISEASES OF THE SKIN 1 a h
e Horse Book" (Johnstont'le. _,_ank'-a next dctI)r: this is the box of-i
p.blltbs.d '7 $2. s ta' 14. add- Nearly all diseases of the skin, sic(h ice of the theater"--Philadelphia Af;er a very stormy session at At-
Sed .. as eczeaa. better, salt rheum and, Ledger. lanta, the Daughters of the Confeder-
-Cattle *renedg" (Warielbd. barber's itch. are characterized by an acy. by a vote of 125 to 70, decided
..... imr- hlded ;,.t.o itrhin an and smartine which A vADo I NfI I tEG .. ..'. .. ---_ -


As th, )rnci- expect'ss eventually to move his fain- in th,
g of the or- ily. t 1 Martel and Inake it their pr- ,
York Press m tl home. At present his broth- wm,
re today He
t -in-law is occiipying the place. andi show
reeomi of the lo(w busily ,ngagd i farming the .;i.t
fully an'l free-
an <"ill t
'. [ said in
So .a M Marimon county will certainly I ,h \
a1i rto have Capt. \\'illianis and his .,,
vi i, o f c r it -
fam;iily as r.silents. ,i,
igit oI, th,' _
lt.'yv and of- ALF AFRAID OF SKUNKS
lihe coi)lintrv's __.
Is rr'; (m'i "',o ,, E !:, illitor Oc-ala liannor-
Thia' -kink ot intirn es to gro'.l :' ,..
r'-'. I 1', r ', ):i v il inotr show his fact'. I fir-' i

-i.'* u', i.+ or r.t 'r,,,; :, rI,, s him oli t of that h'llo' ...
i',i, t; .:;it!, !rn - f .# 'i-i Ir r<- i , .. :% |
L I. k

I .i- hi,-, i- so tough -hat fir(- has '1 I
t'' ,va ,aper s *c..(.l on him. He growls lik" a 'Ipos)
S !> ',o sho'w :,. il -,n .lls lik' a pole-cat, anad
I th, loose ; ;:., i.l'c i,|.',i to blet him alone' Ilk,
c dl'" is('u!o1 s ';".;'". I rp t"in'. "f "i"'t t uti ". 1:' t'e i"- GL
i ctssful busi- .. .; f,o,,i pol,-(.atf s.
lmuch to han- Rt.,sctfe.tilly.
to bh one of yea--
;ions. ranking IT SAVED HIS LEG- ofthel
im *1L.

".All thought I'd lose my l*g,-
.;rit's .J. A. Swanson. \\atr', i%-". i,
\Vis. "Ten years of eczema, that 1.,
doctors could not cure, had at last laid
me up. Then Bucklen's Arnica Salve
cured it sound and well." Infallible
for skin eruptions, eczema, salt
rhbeum, boils, fever sores. burns, cuts,

In this



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Iast night t the Daval Theater, D octoO
before the curtain rose on Ibsen's
"Doll House," the name of Nazimova
threw a glow over the world of sound, We sometimes feel a little envious iing operation I had aln
that the doctor should be treated with which hundreds of women
and beauty and chivalry, that so rescued from inevitable
largely adorned the pit, kept repeat- so much love, tenderness and affec- rescued from t evitale
Ing "Nazimova! Nazimova!" wonder- tion by the people of the community. came from th sepulchre
ing which would prove the greater and especially by his patients, but en rose at the words of
attraction, the name or the woman? when we rememebr that almost like 'She is not dead, but sli
sometimes, there is much in a name,
ut oftene, verey litle, the "litle" a mother, he is always assuaging pain, in woman's special hou
Shaving recently been illustrate by and whatever the stress of weather he what does not she and the
having recently been illustrated by is always at his post of duty, we join her, often owe to the sl
that an unkind Boreas blew into Jack- in adding our praises to these "min- by which two precious

sonville. istering angels." guarded, or rescued? If
The ld fr N a m- The sorrows of the doctor's patients has not so often as th<
The long-wished for Nazimova mo-
r nt had nearly arrived. Excitement become his own, and his mind is rare- the obstetrician the cert,
rment had nearly arrived. Excitement
ly ever at ease. has saved his patient fro
ran so high that some of it was seen
climbing over Mr Bisbees sk crap- On of the canons of the establish- death, he cannot doubt tl
climbing over Mr. Bisbee's sky hcrap-
Sr. All botanical and viewobstruct- ed church of England, author of ures he has taken not
in hea crimes were without re- Modern Christianity a Civilized turn the uncertain balan
* quest. promptly tucked away. Men Hathenism." speaking of the doctor, vor.
- looked at their watches and adjusted says: "He makes himself in a large "Most men want to liv
- 'h.ir glasses: the orchestra was play- degree a Christ to the suffering and they can and as comfort
Sini. Then it suddenly stopped, the sorrowing of mankind." can, and the great bus
Scurtain rose. and Isben's famous clas- Andi so he does. He turns out of physician is to help then
- sic started with a magical bound. his bed at midnight, in rain, or storm, both of these wishes. I
- Nazimova! A storm of applaue fol- or zero weather, to cool the poor of those whose tendency
h lowed. She was at her best. Every m"an's burning and parched lips, or to .o be to overrate the
a movement, look. nerve and muscle relieve the mother in her travail. He medical treatment. I h
* seemed to have been groomed and goes to the hovel as quickly as to the used, on the contrary,
polished for the fray. Her marvel- palace. Of course be wants his com- ing some treatment of
s ous charm of skill and ease com- ponsation, but the ethics of his pro- while I never hope to s
- pletely dominated everything, and in fission become so large a part of his ti.dal-wave movements of
-an instant she had made herself the nature that the matter of compensa- ed by the employment
r master, and we her willing, grateful ton becomes the least part of the that we possess or are
* slaves. Beauty and chivalry no long- consideration. sess. I recognize with
f er doubted. 'Twas the woman, not The medical profession is an impor- gratitude the control p
d the name that triumphed. Her su- tant factor in a community, and the hands of the physician
perb art rang true, electrifying the office cannot be too greatly exalted, iorm of suffering and
e audience, making the lava of. enthu- and every practitioner should qualify When a physician find
Y siasm flow white hot. a fitting trib- himself in all respects to measure up panting, suffocating, dro
e ute to the genius of the Damascus to its profound requirements. fluid that is crowding tl
d quality, whose rare elasticity appears In an address before a medical as- boldly thrusts a hollow
d to be inexhaustible. sociation some years ago, Dr. Oliver his chest, pumps it out

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r In a letter addressed to the Journal,
published elsewhere in today's issue,
Governor Gilchrist gives his reasons
nost said-by why the convicts of the state should
in have been
ath and be leased. And among other things.
death and
the brother he- cites the following, which we be-
as the maid- lieve to be the one controlling influ-
iim who said, euce which continues in Florida a
eepeth!" And condition well known to be opposed
r of anguish to the best thought of modern econ- Talk
)se who love omists and humanitarians: V a
kill and care "Owing to financial conditions.
lives are says the governor. "it is quite evi- Lyoi
the physician dent that the state convicts should w -
e surgeon or leased, that being the only practical
ainty that he disposition to make of them for the
)m impending present."
hat the meas- The Journal is not willing to accept
very rarely the theory that the convicts "should"
ce in his fa- be leased for this or any other reason
which it has heard advanced; but it
ve as long as is quite confident that for some time
tably as they to come they "will" be leased, and, as
iness of the asserted, for the reason named. At
a in realizing the same time, the governor destroys m fr
am not one the force of his "reason" by suggest- M
y is thought ing in another paragraph that "if the A
efficiency of state is desirous of securing good Gra
ave been ac- roads through the agency of the con- throu
of undervalu- vict system, a law might be passed sympi
disease. But by which the proceeds from the leas- table
see the great ing of convicts should be applied to streiS
disease stay- the construction of good roads." fr
of any drugs But what would be the immediate should
likely to pos- financial benefit to the state if the CHAR
unspeakable money derived from leasing convicts ville"
laced in the were used as suggested? Would it not criticW
over every be the same thing to employ them di- from
discomfort. rectly on the roads under state su- culia
s his patient pervision? For if the lease money of t
wning, in the were applied; to road building it evi which
he lungs, and dently could not be used for any oth- has
needle into er purpose for which it may now seem female
and gives to be necessary. been
goes to a pa- The Journal, however, is of the Pinki
asthma, and opinion that no great state should !
rphia into his maintain an evil to satisfy a sordid TUCK
the course of spirit. It is far better to suffer in
borrow a suf- pocket than to commit a moral
he had been wrong. It is better, however, to suf- The
ven; when he fer in spirit, yea, even to the point pied,
going the tor- where the heart may break, than to
gallstone, and do so. We are confident that the
.n anaesthetic governor is acting from what he con-
till," with an ceives to be the proper economical ler o
SI feel that and ethical view-point, but it is im- borne
to the Deity possible for the Journal to agree with Stews
with sucn be- him. The
The Journal believes that, in so far
trial I
,al operations as it is possible, the state is looking
*n divested of out for the good treatment, proper who
ir teror. The lodgment and adequate nourishment Andel
parable from o0 the leased convicts, and in the fu- state'
orced from it ture as in the past this paper will terest
cestral curse raise it voice in protest against any the te
With the first dereliction in these respects by the gentle
by an anes- counties toward their criminals. But matte
of tradition there is a great principle involved in The
was ready to the case of convicts which we have up w
t remains for touched on from time to time and Messm
or his art the which, we believe, will be generally were
unless passage understood in the future and cause a Sistri;
racticable, for radical change of view with equally ter. a
an keep no radical legislation to follow concern- madl'
)ut doing vio- ing the care and employment of all and a;
of the closing prisoners.-Pensacola Journal. charge
process as one nort I
his exclusive HON. H. W. LONG SELLS A FARM ilng t
hbe al
Hon. Henry W. Long recently made ,pop
Slarge sale near his home at Martel. .jIl
R IUFle sold to Capt. Williams of Homo- ul'r a
sassa. conductor of the Homosassa
is Country's ()';ala train, who is well known here. 1..11 !
Against 'In '~)-a''cir farm. which adjoins his of $1,
own farm near Martel. Forty acres ,h,, n
Ssays ha f this farm is cleared, and has a .1,h
urk says that *
iLiice house' on it, ani the other i'nrtvy at I;,,
ir of th.' New
c e :tcr s are uncleared. Capt. \Villiat s vr .


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a tAct that for thirty 7r
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h to Made t fnrom nots
been fte standail v
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you will find woen h
restored to health byLI
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S g toTo the Editor Ocala Banner:
fL n The subject of smoking brings up

sae4o maay memories of childhood. We
KMl eart e all remember how father used to lick
,I try during thte us for smoking cigarettes and corn-
to this time cob pipes.
and for seed was
| '^ mi the gower in that We did it because we saw father
O. "eJ ant the tendency smoke, though, and thought that we
Smdore of the seed had as much right to smoke as fath-
ft 6U o1 am the cob. The er did. We tried a cigarette and it
f et~I mage is due to the made us sick. That made us the
i I er of corn are more determined to "get on to the
SNseed, sad by purchasing thing."
the eob the grower has The larger boys laughed at us when
to select the ears that we threw our cigarettes away in dis-
LtCI yied well. Many of the gust, and told us that they did not
quflitles in an ear can make men sick. Now, of course, we
by the eye, but very often were men, for were we not ten years
lgHear will show a very old, and couldn't we eat as much as
I mmo t and produce a father could?
S leti lag only a nubb i in- We weighed sixty-five pounds and
S8 ods4eied ear. The college were three feet tall, so weren't we
S ti y germinatlo tests of men? Why, sure, and we were will-
of arn from different see- ing to lick any boy (younger than we)
Sthe state. The work has who denied it.
Il Oed on as follows: Bushel So thus we began it, and got accus-
S earm have been secured for tomed to it, so it wouldn't make us
Seof the tests, the ears be- ick any more. Then we ridiculed
VUt into groups according to the other kids who were just learn-
Sr amd the results of the ing the habit.
i the different sized ears When we went home, our sister
MaIny tests have been made would smell our breath, and say:
Is o ery cam the total per cent. "Pa, Buddy has been smoking again,"
and the per cent. strong and it was to the wood-house for curs
was in favor of the large on the double-quick.
W ears that came near the stand- Not understanding the results of
I sid for the variety tested, smoking, we thought that father was
10 b uSt otingr example will illus- a tyrant.
I tNo point: Ninety ears of Henry So, we kept it up on the sly until
cearn were used for the test. we found that we were confirmed
bodard else ear for this arle- smokers. We decided that we had
IBt auat alxteem ounces. The Pine- better take to the pipe, and maybe
t m were divided into two groups, that wouldn't burt us so bad. So we
nt group eartsonint 40 ears tried the pipe, and then the cigar, but
-9 t ftroa 14 to 17 ounces. The they were all bad for us, and the sen-
-Irps total per cent. germination sible ones among us quit it.
-r ttta grnp was 4, and the per Not being one of the sensible ones,
S t i ao ap as 94, and the per
SLtnag germi-atke was 65. The I did not quit i until I had become
= grp contained 60 ears weigh- an inveterate smoker. Seeing the re-
Shbetween 11 and 13 ounces. The suits in my companions who had quit,
a total per eat. germination I finally quit by degrees, until I was
S grop was 8. and the per an occasional pipe and cigar smoker.
L I g-RC gtertintin was only 33, I am not going to endorse the lipe.
s -mared with 56 for the large nor the cigar, because I take a smoke
o once or twice a day, because they do
emd, 80 ears of Hembree corn, nearly as much injury to the lungs
* tal variety, was tested. The as the cigarette.

for this
The 80

variety is
ears were

tato two groups. The first
eamc sted of forty ears weigh-
1e 5 13 to 15 ounces. The aver-
total per cent. germination for
ears was 97.75, while the per
strong germination was 39.2.
% accord group consisted of 40 ear*
Vo3g from 9 to 12 ounces. The
a--rge total per cent. germination
&r them ears was 66.4, while the per
l-L. strong germination was only
S, -s compared with 39.2 for the
auedard size ears.
These results show that seed corn
B mat in good condition in many
mos and should be tested before
f tieng. The difference in germina-
lan between the different sized ears
t coj r in this test corresponds to
gwvious experiments made by the
writer, and should be a guide in se-
egetia corn in the ear for seed, as
W V k germination is at least partly
--aposihle for low yields of corn ob-
arved throughout the country.
Supt. Field Demonstrations.
Atlbes. Ga.. March. 1909.


With Florida's splendid health con-
I lmsa and already low mortality
tuberculosis ,it becomes a com-
StIlvely easy proposition to prac-
lenlly free the state from the more
-oIkess forms of disease. The Tu-
be misis Exhibition campaign is
urklag to this end. We invite your
Three job printers in Pensacola
bhae bet kind enough to offer to do
a dnaile job of work in the further-
mee of the "All Florfaa Campaign."
V are asking every printer in this
Mloo If he will not do likewise. One
j apOlee will give us a wealth of
---IPe printed matter, which will
-Ue ms to do many things which
@00 help in pushing the campaign
tebmt all Florida.
WIM you not therefore indicate
p mptly that you are willing to co-
apemte la this fashion in order that
we my submit copy to you.
Yours truly,
Ame-rian Tuberculosis Exhibition,
E. G. Routzahn, Director.


Brookton (with statistical bent)-
Do you know, old man, I've just been
hiding up a lot of statistics on I:res-

A pipe, especially if used very fre-
quently, will cause a lot of trouble.
It will make a person forgetful, diz-
zy-headed, and affects the heart and
When I was working in Wilming-
ton, N. C.. as telegraph, operator, I
saw a bad case of cigarette smoking.
There was a young man working in
the train dispatcher's office, and had
a cigarette in his mouth all the time,
except when he was eating or sleep-
ing. He had respect enough for the
superintendent of transportation to
throw the cigarette away when he
came in. but at all other times he
smoked. He was finally discharged
on this account.
He obtained a position somewhere
else, and for several months I lost
sight of him.
One day a boy from the hospital
came to the office and told us that a
friend of ours was at the hospital and
wanted to see us after we were off
Several of us went to see him. and
: ;r i that it nas o::r fri'eid who had
bt'en working in the train dispatch-
er's office. it," was looking like a
skeleton and was nearly gone. lHe
called us around his bedside and told
us that cigar,-ttes had ruined him.
lHe asked us not to smoke them any
more. He could not say much. as his
breath. was coming short. but w' ui n-
derstood what he wanted to say. iHe
died in a few days. a victim of tlhe
cgiarette habit.
This is only one case in a hundred
that I could cite you, but it is enough.
It was enough for me.
If cigarette smokers wish to see
how much poison they deposit on
their lungs when they inhale the
smoke, if they will get a white cloth
and blow some cigarette smoke
through it. they will see more clear-
ly what they are doing.


Lum Smith of the Madison Enter-
prise-Recorder is a candidate for as-
sistant reading secretary of the state
senate. Lum is a good reader and
would make an ideal assistant to Nat
Marion.--Gainesville Sun. The Sun
is absolutely correct. No two men
in the state, or in any other state for
that matter, are better qualified for
the positions above named than Nat
Marion and Lum Smith. If the leg-
islature is wise it will elect them
both on the first ballot.-Jasper


A weird, long, loud, mournYul sound This is my creed: To do some good,
falls on my ears this Sunday night. To bear my ills without complain-
I've been hearing It for some time. p o as a brave man should
ITo piess on as a brave man should
"What is it?" "Someone calling the For honors that are worth the gain-
spirit back." ing;
I go out on the upper porch. Just To seek no profits where I may
over there, in a stones throw, we see F,- winning them bring grief to oth-
a light on the top of a house and a ers,
woman's voice is calling-"Kyui le To ,lo some service day by day
ah!" 'Oh, come back! Oh, come In helping on my toiling brothers.
back!'" -Chicago Record-Herald.
Someone in the house is very low.
buying, or perhaps dead, and this is CHRISTIAN ENDEAVOR NEWS
the last hope. While she is out in -
the cold on the roof, calling, "kyui le W. are indebted to the Ocala Ban-
ah-kyui le ah!" another is hunting. nor .,r extra copies containing our
with a lantern for some living thing o.i: 3.
in which the spirit has entered. Wallace F. Mantey, state treas-
l!f Wallace F. Mantey. state treas-i
There is the answer-"Letse--~le
tse!" which means "Coming-Com- ur(r 1ast year. and Miss Ethel Frost,,
ing." Something has been found, per- ( ,--rcretary of Northeastern district,
haps a spider, perhaps a cricket, only v- r marriedd March 4th at the bride's
something with life. hom:re in East Jacksonville. Their
Oh, the sadness of it all! Oh. that pastor. Rev. Paul Brown, performed
heart-rending wail! tho impressive ring ceremony, after.
Three temples in a hundred yards. vwhics there was an informal recep-
and a great pagoda reaching towards "ion. The decorations were green
the moonlit heavens, people with and white in the parlor, with a large
priests, and this is what they have bell of these colors adorning the ceil-
taught her. This is her comfort, a in. In the dining room was a simi-
spider, a worm. !nr hell of red and green. and even!
A Christian church and three the sandwiches, which formed part of
schools in a hundred yards. and yet t!hil lunch, were bell shaped. Both
they have not touched her, and there Presl;yterian and Congregational En-
are at least 84,400 people in this, deavorers had a part in making it a:
heathen city still untouched hy ,''!iehtful time for the happy young.
Christ, though on last Sunday there ,c"Pi'-. who left soon after the mar-
were about one hundred and fifty ,riag ceremony for a two weeks' visit
communicants in the church. The at the bridegroom's old home in Eus-
centuries-old walls are showing decay ti. Mr. Mantey is serving his second
and crumbling in places. Gol grant 'year as treasurer for Northeastern:
as they fall heathenism may foil, too. district. and both he and his bride are
Help us as we teach, teach Christ., well known and beloved by very many
and so fill this new generation with of us. Their new home is at 421 Van;
Christ and the Christ-love, until old Buren street, Jacksonville.
things shall pass away and all things Miss Mary Palmer, who, three years
become new.-Mrs. S. S. Harris, in ago, was a faithful Junior superin-
Florida Christian Advocate. !tendent for the state union and Polk
e e iand DeSoto district, is now among
In Methodist Circles relatives in Connecticut, and a "shut-
After four years in the pastorate, in" from rheumatism. In a letter
it seems natural to come back aeain from her are the following beautiful

to district work. where twelve busy
years of my itinerant life have been
spent. The presiding eldership, like
every other place in Methodism, is a
mixture of sweet and bitter. Bishop
Galloway once said that a four weeks'
circuit was the royal place in Meth-
odism, and he had tried about all the
places. One thing is sure-the Meth-
odist preacher whr, is looking for an
easy place, will find failure and dis-
anpointment everywhere. Another
thing is just a scertain-if he will
trust in the Lord and work hard, he
will be happy anywhere.
I have held eighteen quarterly
meetings up to date. The pastors are
busy and most of them hopeful. Sev-
eral charges have made a very com-
mendable advance in their assess-
mnnt for pastor's support. A few
have disappointed us by putting the
assessment too low. We can never
build up the church by holding down
the pastor's salary to the lowest
notch. Christian liberality is a bless-
ed grace, and a means of growth in
grace. When I see how covetuous-
ness is hindering the' church andl
blighting so many lives. I do pray for
the happy day to come when God's
p' ople will quit their quibbling and
hair-spli;tiig and bring all the tithes
into thle storehouse. It is really won-
,i'-rful to see how a church takes on
new life when a goodly number of its
e't.ibers begin to honor God by tith-
ing t;eir income for his cause. It
opens the wiidows of heaven every"
It ha.s Ieen a great pleasure to me
to have persons come forward to join
the church at three of the quarterly
meetings held. Some pastors and
some people magnify the quarterly
meeting as a great occasion, and at
the three places referred to above
that was done. It pays to magnify
these meetings, and it can be done
even with an ordinary presiding elder
like the writer. For the sake of the
church, for the sake of perishing
souls, for the honor of our Lord, let
us magnify our quarterly meeting oc-
Our missionary institute at Ro-
chelle was a rich blessing to us all.
Eighteen of the twenty-five pastors
were present. The brethren deter-
mined to push the missionary collec-
tions early in the year. That is very
important, and I do hope every pas-
tor will plan and work to this end.
I was so glad the pastors decided to
keep up our Cuban Special this year.
There are wise-hearted and willing-
hearted people all over this district
who will be glad to help in paying
this seven hundred dollars. Let all
money for this purpose be sent to
Rev. R. H. Barnett.
Our people at Ocala have recently
ha o a -ich treat in the Dih io .....,i...

lines: "It is snowing today and all
the world is white and dreary looking,
but by contrast these lines keep com-
ing to my mind:
"Wherever last spring abides,
And never withertng flowers."
We are glad to announce that the
Atlantic Coast Line, Seaboard and
East Coast roads will give excursion
rates for the convention in Tampa,
April 20-22. Full particulars will be
sent directly to each society, but it
may be well to mention now that the
reduction is one-half fare, plus 50
cents. Remember, we need one hun-
dred delegates, and also that if ne-
cessary to make up this number tick-
ets of those having clergy rates will
count. As it is a mid-week conven-
tion each society should endeavor to
send its pastor. All who are planning
to attend and will, if needed, take
some part on the program, should
write as soon as possible to Rev. Jas.
F. Winnard, 403 Palm avenue, Tampa.
Remember, entertainment is free for

Mrs. \W. S. Middleton, wife of the
new president of Northeastern dis-
trict. is very ill, and it now seems
ilipr-obahle that Mr. Middleton can
lead the delegation from his district
to T::mpa. Our sympathy for this
hosp!irable Endeavor home in Pomo-
We\' wonder how many ministers
Ip,''ached on "What Would Jesus Do?"
we wonder. At least one did in Jack-
sonvile,. and it is hoped that others
t',ilo'. ed the movement plan in this
w "y. The state secretary will pro-
vide pledge cards for those requesting
them an. for decision day. March. 21.
will glad'v send a personal message
if asked :or.
Allen Christian Endeavor Leagues
have rec -itly been organized under
favorable conditions in Center Hill,
Webster. Sparr and Apalachicola.
For March 14th, the C. E. topic is
"Knock-Out Blows for the Saloon,"
and adaptable to the citizenship topic
for Florida in March, outlined in
our news article last week. The I
Christian Endeavor World gives a
splendid epitome along this line of
thought, and the prohibition map and
cartoon on page 4C6 should add to
the success of programs for the oc-i
casion. After the 14th is passed it
will be well to preserve this number
of the C. E. World fo future refer-i
ence. Next year. now nearly here.
must be ; strenuous one in temper-
ance and moral progress in Endeav-!
or activity for Florida. or we will be
far behind other state unions with no
greater opportunities than we hive.
Inter!achen. March. 1909.

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Our new stock of Fall Goods is now here, and we Invite th
public to call and inspect it. There is no line in this sw tion that
will compare with our late styles. high quality and low orim.
Of course we could not begin to enumerate in detail our t4ck.
but we would call your attention to the following partial lit of
goods and prices-others in proportion.


Wilton Seamless Art Squares-All in
the latest designs, all sizes, $40 to

Axminister Art
pretty designs,
Wool Fibre and
Only $12.
Imperial Smyrna
$45. (We are
these goods).

Squares-In many
$20 to $35.
Fibre Art Squares-

Art Squares-$22 to
Ocala agents for


Jute Art Squaree--hllx only Si
Cotton and Woot. Art Sq*"ar to
Ten Wire Tapetry rw oeels Art
Square.-1 to WIA
All' Wool Granite Snmnuse Art
Squaree-4 to $14.
Japanese Matting Art Squaree--e
Small Rugs to match all of the* are
at reasonable prices.

China Dinner Sets, $10.00 to $125.00. Ten Pi Sets, $4.00 to $25.00. Big line of China and Porcelian
Dinner Sets in all of the Latest Patterns.

We have just added 5000 feet of floor space, andl we ar,- nw l.ter
than ever prepared to display our beautiful line of Furniture ~w. 1 II a
the near future also add a complete line of Hardwar,

Exclusive Ocala agents for Allwin Go Carts. all colors $5n.

We are closing out our Standard Sewing Machine., an.I the
few we now have on hand will be sold below cont.

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Standard Makes of Plumbing Goods, '3as Er es. umps, I "v etasn S -.
Acetylene Gas Plants Sold and Instail ed Complete. etl eeimate* rema~t .
mitted on any Work in our Ilne.

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JosL JS W W-0 Oom -Mint. vs.
Mr- -W. WLt at aL Dfenduts.
Or a %S s 06bre"irwe Bevto ee.
-4er for Casm.UAlve Service.
Sis ort ed that the defendants
bhsw -sl-m, to-wit: Charles W.
Whte Tveers Insurance Conm
y, a oaMuoGm under the -laws of
the sate of Comctlcut. Mary K. Orr,
be ua they are hereby required to
pmWr to the bill of eompatnp t filed in
thi acase on or before
y, the lst day of March, 1909.
It Ir further ordered that a copy of
t"s order be published once a week
Sr four (4) consecutive weeks in the
Oeala Banaer, a newspaper published
t Miad county and state.
This 1Rth day of January, 1909.
(Seal.) 8. STISTRUNK.
Clerk Circuit Court, Marion Co., Fla
0. T. GREEN,
Comlainant's Solicitor. 1-21-

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Notle Is hereby given that on .-.e
23rd day of July, A. D. 1909. the un-
dewsied. as executors of the last w:l'
*3d testament of Herbert A. Ford.
will present their accounts ami
wucbers to Joseph Bell, judge of pro-
bate in and for Marion county, at his
ose In Ocala, and will make t!'ei,"
Sal settlement and will apply for 1,
al dischargE
Ocala, Fla.. 23rd day of January,

A& Executors of the Last Will and
Testament of Herbert A. Ford.
I -43-m.


I will be at the following places on
time specified to receive tax returns
BI A D., 1909:
27-Eureka. 26th. a. m.
13-Daisy. 26th, p. m.
13-Fort McCoy. 27th, a. m.
17-Anthony, 1st.
26-Sparr. 2nd, a. m.
13-Pine P. O.. 2nd. p. m.
14-Orange Springs. 3rd. p. m.
16-Citra. 4th. 11 a. m. to 3 p. m
1-Ocala. 5th to 31st.
SThe law requires all tax returns to
he made by 1st of April.
Postmasters will please cut out and
pout this notice.
1 2 Tax AssesEor.


Of Application fo, Tax Deed Under
S~tqion r of Chapter 48SS. Laws
of Florida
Notic-. is hereby given that M.. A.
Dudley. purchaser of tax certificate
No 1. Town of Belleview. dated 4th
day of March. A. D. 1907. has filed
said certificate in my office. and has
made application for tax deed to is-
ase in acocrdance with law. Said
oertifiate embraces the following de-
scribed property situated in Marion
rcoint. Florida. to-wit: Lots 1 to 4.
Iftlusive. in block 115. in the town of
Belleview The asid land being as-
sesws at the date of the issuance of
such certificates it, the name of Hub-
bard & McDuff. Unless said certifi-
cat. shall tw redeemed according to
las iax tl,-ti will issue thereon on
bthe :27th da% of March. A. D. 1949.
Wir .s,- mny official signature and
seal this th,. L2'th day of February.
A I 1 !0" S T SISTRI'NK.
Clhek c'ircuit ('ourt. Marion Co., Fla.


I h C'it uit t'ourt of the Fifth Judli
cial Circuit of Florida. in and for
Marion C(oumy--n Chancery.
Wmn J CroPeb. Complainant. vs. John
E 1Watts. et al. rNfetndnats-Ordter
for Constructive Service
It is ordnerI that the defendant
bertin named. to-wit: John E. Watts.
be and he is hereby required to ap-
pear to the bill of complain filed in
this cause on or before
Msday, the 19th Day of April, 1909.
It is further ordered that a copy of
this order be published once a week
th. eight consecutive weeks in the
O(ala Banner. a newspaper published
It said county and state
ThIs lMth dai of February. 1919.
Clerk 'lrcuit Court. Marion Co.. Fla
Complain'ant Solicitor. --

t'ader and by virtue of an execution
issued out of and under the seal of
the countY judge's court, in and for
Martin count). Florida. dated. No-
rahr.-r b gt. 1ak in a certain cause
thern e w ending. herein J. M. Mun-
nu, tI plaintiff and W. M. Meyers i:
det I..lnt I hav" Ivied ulon and will

Mheday. March 1, 1909,
bte sanm. beli.n a legal sales day. and
rings thr 'lgal hours of sale at the
mtilh ii ttr tf the court houst in
O(kal Mart;in county Florida. offer
for ,sal and *l ll sell to the hi ohentt
am *.' ,ldier for ca.sh. the follow-
Su ,t.w-rT.-r.t p.rSonal property. to-
wit t,,. ,.oriel. blaze-faced horse.
ya.'td Itrince Raid ptroprtY levied
upon as the ropn'rtv of W. M Mey-
eS ., II .,l to satlsfy said execu-
arte '.,glh*" . ith all costts

Shrtf of Marion 'Co. Fla.
Attorme tot Plaintiff 1-29
_w' e n T EDITORS

In Crest ourt, Fifth Judicial lr-
cult of Florida. In and for Marit
Frances Howse Koonce, Complalinar
vs. Sarah A. Bishop, Land Mortgage
Bank of Forida, Limited, of Eig-
land, Joathan VanHorn, Henry C.
Dean, Henry O'Neil, Frederick J.
Grant and George W. Mace, Defend-
Under and by virtue of that certain
decree of foreclosure in the circuit
court of the fifth Judicial circuit cf
Florida, in and for Marion county in
that certain suit wherein Frances
Howse Koonce was complainant and
Sarah A. Bishop and others were de-
fendants wherein I, as special master
In chancery, was directed to make
sale of certain real estate, in obedi-
ence to said decree I, E. H. Martin,
special master in chancery, will offer
for sale and sell to the highest and
best bidder, at the court house d)or
in the city of Ocala. in the county of
Marion. on
Monday, the First Day of March, A.
0. 1909



Oce TYoge Block.



1:10 p. m.
Over Mnnroe & ChambllWss Bank For St.Petersburg and Tampa, 2:50
For Gainesville and Jacksonville,
J. E. CHACE, D. D. 2:40 a. m.
-- For Leesburg and St Petersburg,
DENTIST. 2:40 a. m.


Holder Block.


the following described real estate Io- VETERI
Cr-r.mencing two hundred and tweOi-
ty ..nrds north, of the southwest co -. Opposi
ner of the northwest quarter of ihet OCALA

southwest quarter of section six, town
ship fifteen, range twenty-three, east,
running thence north one thousand
one hundred and fifty feet, (1150),
thence south fifty-nine degrees, east
three hundred and forty-six feet.
thence southerly at right angles ff-
ty-four feet, thence south seventy-one
degrees and thirty minutes, east one
hundred feet, thence at right angles
northerly thirty-four feet, thence south
fifty-nine degrees, east two hundred
and ninety feet, thence south to a
point due east of the point of begin-
ning. thence west to the point of be-
ginning, in Marion county, state of
Florida, or so much thereof as may
be necessary to satisfy said decree
and costs. E. H. MARTIN,
1-29 Special Master in Chancery.


te Banner



Gary Block.



Office over Commerce
Phone 211.


Cii 1CfwT

Seaboard Air Line
*For Tampa, Leesbnrg, OrL
1:37 p. m.
*For Jacksonville, Gainesville,
p. m.
For Tampa, Leesburg, Orlando,




a. m.
Ofe For Jacksonville. Gainesville, 2:10
&. m.
*Day trains on Seaboard and
Atlantic Coast Line arrive twenty
minutes earlier, and stop for dinner
LAW Mails close twenty minutes before
Laving time of trains


A pleasure party of gentlemen and
ladies, while boating on Hillsborough
River between Tampa and Sulphur
ial Bank Springs Wednesday, dise vered the
dead body oi a man swinging om
the limb of a tree with a rope .., out
, M. D. his neck. When officers arrived they
found it to be Felin Fraga nan Ttalian

NOTICE HOMEOPATHIC PHYSICIAN A cigar maker of Tampa. On the breast
In the Circuit Court of the Fifth Ju- SURGEON of the dead man was pinned a piece
dicial Circuit of Florida, in and for of paper, upon which was inscribed:
Marion County-In Chancery. Office: Second floor Munroe & Cham- "No one is responsible for this but
James Lanier. Complainant. vs. Viola bliss Bank Building, Ocala, Fla. me.' Fraga had been out of employ-
Lanier. Defendant-Order for Con- Telephones: Office, 154; residence, 45. m o of e
structive Service. ment for quite a while, and is sup-
It is ordered that. the defendant Office hours: 9 to 12 a. m.; 2 to 4 p. Iosed to have wandered away and
herein named, to-wit: Viola Lanier. be m.; 7:30 to 8:30 p. m. committed suicide in a fit of despond-
and is hereby required to appear to ency. The body was still warm when
the bill of complaint filed in this cause NOTICEen body was st warm when
on or before discovered.-St. Petersburg Independ-
Monday, the 5th Day of April, 1909. ent.
It is further ordered that a copy of Of Application for Tax Deed Under
this order be published once a week -.section 8 of Chapter 4888, Laws..
for eight consecutive weeks in the of Florida PILES! PILES! PILES!
Ocala Banner a newspaper published Notice is hereby given that J. J.
.in said county and state.Haizlip. purchaser of tax certificate ill Indian Pile Ointment will
This 25th day of January. 1909. No. ::49. dated the 7th day of June. cure Blind. Blee ing and Itching
S. T. SISTRUNK. A. D. 1888, has filed said certificate Ples. It bsorbs te tumors, alla
Clerk Circuit Court. Marion Co., Fla. in n.y office, and has made applica- the itch ug at once, acts as a poultice,
By M. E. Sumner, D. C. tion for tax deed to issue in accord- ,,i %s instant rolif. illiams' Indian
EDW. SPENCER. anc. with law. Said certificate em- 'i intnt i s prepared fr Pilan
Complainant's Solicitor. 1-29 bra .s the following described prop- and thing of the private parts Sold
ert-- situated in Marion county, Flor- a dnl rggits: mail ate partn Sol
by druggists: mail 50c. and $10,
NOTICE FOR PUBLICATION ida. to-wit: Southwest q:iarter of Sold by Tin &
northwest quarter and northwest y yd TAST
U. S. Land Office, (quarter of southwest quarter, section TOAT
Gainesville. la., Jan. 22. 1909. 21, township 14. soufh, range 26, east.
notice is hereby given that B. F1 The said land being assessed at the Here's to trouble!
Hampton. state selecting agent for date of the issuance of such certifi- Here's to care!
school lands for the state of Florida, cate in the name of G. P. Yetustov. Here's a toast to obligation!
has filed in this office his application Unless said certificate shall be re- To each, duty here and there
to locate under the provisions of the deemed according to law, tax deed Pour a full libation.
Act of Congress, approved Feb. 28. will issue thereon on the 22nd day otf Here's to dignity and such:
1891, the northwest quarter of north-| March, A. D. 1909. When their many names have sund-
west quarter of section 14, township Witness my official signature and eQ.
13. south of range 23, east. Any and seal this the 18th lay of February, Pray we may have spilled so much.
all persons claiming adversely the A. D. 1909. S. T. SISTRUNK. That they will all be drowned!
lands described, or desiring to object Clerk Circuit Court, Marion Co., Fla. -Burges Johnson.
because of the mineral character of 2-19.
the land. or for any other reason, to GOOD LINIMENT
the disposal to applicant, should file NOTICE
their affidavits of protest in this of- Of Application for Leave to Sell Mi- You will hunt a good while before
fice on or before the 12th day of nor's Land you find, a preparation that is equal
March. 1909. N stii is hereby given that on the tt) Cha,,btrlain's Liniment as i -ire
HENRY S. CHUBB. Register. 7th dlay of April. A. D. 1909, I will ap- for nmus(ular and rheumatic pains, for
1-29-6t. 11py to Honorable Joseph H. Bell. The ct;r- of sprain.; and soreness of

:couInyi judge in and for Marion coun-
;t tso' t (if l id lli.h1. fl i

t' nusc('le. It is elquilly valuable

NOTICE OF FINAL SETTLEMENT .. i 1 u i lae ck and al eeI seated
'2, .- x. r a ,at tIS ,1 in!for lams, tack and all di el) seated
NOTICE OF FINAL SETLEMEN Ocala. Florida. in said county, for an rnsc'ul:, pains. 25 andl 50 cent sizes
AND DISCHARGE lordl;- authorizing me, as guardian of for sale by all druggists. m
Notice is hereby given that on the; the mniuor heirs of the estate of C. D.
6th day of May, A. D. 1909. the un- Iogert. dleceaised, to sell at private Shipments of cigars from Tampa
deigned. as administrator of the es- th following property belonin i ar arch amounted to
designed as administrator of the es- to said estate, to-wit: Lots 16, 17. 1. ,;
tate of Robert E. Flinn, deceased. 19. 20. 21 and 22, in block 109, and lot :;7,0 Shipments for the same
will present my final account and 2 in block 116, as found on plat of Ipriod of last year were 27.545,1)0 ci-
vouchers to Hon. Joseph Bell, judge town of Belleview, Marion county. gars. The increase for this year to
of probate. at his office in Ocala, and Florida. on plat book 72, filed at the th late named was 11.:5,0 cigars.
of probate, at his ofce in Oala, and office of the county clerk at Ocala.
will make my final settlement andFlorida together with all appuren A PLEASANT PHYSIC
will apply for final discharge as ad- ances, hereditanents, and movable
ministrator of said estate. property of any kind whatsoever. W hen you want a pleasant physic
Said lands belonging to the estate give Chamberlain's Stomach and Liv-
Dated, Ocala, November 5, 1908. of the said C. D. Bogert. deceased, to '; Tablets a trial. They are mild and
JAKE BROWN, be sold for the best interest of :aid gentle in their action and always pro-
As Administrator of the Estate of I minor heirs. tluce a pleasant cathartic effect. Call
Robert E. Flinn. 11-6-6md. This 2ndl day of March, 1909. at all drug stores for a free sample.
-5-5t. CGuardian. The engagement of Miss Muriel
NOTICE White, daughter of Henry Wh4te,
In the Circuit Court of the Fifth Judi- Department of the Interior. American ambassador to France, was
cial Circuit of Florida, in and for U'. S. Land Office at Gainesville. Fla. announced a few days ago in Paris.
Marion County-In Chancery. March 6. 1909. She will wed Count Herman Seherr-
Wade Howell, Complainant. vs. Ter- Notice is hereby given that William Thoss, an officer of the Royal Prus-
ressa Howell. Defendant.-Order Scott of Kendrick. Florida. who. on iaCoai
for Constructive Service. !Lh cnber :;). 1901, ade homestead sa orissiers
It is ordered that the defendant entry No. 31251 C. serial number
herein named, to-wit: Terressa How- ,i19,tt) for northwest quarter of south-i KILLS WOULD-BE SLAYER
ell, be aid she is hereby requir.d!l to east quarter, section .:;:. township 14.
appear to the bill of complaint filed in south, range 21. t'as:. Tallahas.ee me- .\ merciless nmurder',r is appencicl;is
this cause on or before ri,lian. has filed notice of inter'ion to with many victims. But Dr. King's
Monday. the 12th Day of April. 1909. nlmke final tfiv- yvar I;r,"of to estab- New Life Pills kill it by prevention.
It is further ordered that a copy of lish claim to the land above tdescrib- They gently stimulate stoniach. liver
this order be published once a week d. before :h,' clerk of th circuit and bowels. prevent ing that cloggingr
for eight (S) consecutive wetks in court at Ocala. Florida. on the 15th that invites ;appil dici'is. curing (')I:-
the Ocala Banner, a newspaper pub- day of April. 19o;9. S: tipa;ion, biliocsp.ss. chills, malaria.
lisle.d in said county and state. ('laiant names as witinessess: headache andl indligestion. 25c at
This Sth day of February, 191i9. Simon Washington of Kendrick, Tydings & Co. n:
S. T. SISTRINK. Florida.
Clerk Circuit Court. Marion Co.. Fla. Daniel Greenl of Ken-l.irick. Florida. It is said that the art of smiling
R. S' BULLOCK. Perry Edwards of Kendrick. Flor- is taught in the public schools of
( c plainant's Solicitor. 2-12 ida. .
-ida. New York. A saleswoman is taught
-- Dan Daniel ; Kendrick. Florila.
NOTICE OF ANNUAL RETURN HENRY S. CHUBB to smile when a customer comes fito
-12 .Register. the store, but if she goes out and
Notice is hereby given that the un- -- fails to make a purchase it is hard
designed as executors of the last NOTICE TO CREDITORS for the saleswoman to wreathe smiles
will anti estament cA T. C. Ethe idge, Notice is hereby given to all cred-
deceased, ill on the Iaround her departure.
deceased. will on the 1itors. distributees. and all other per-
14. h' ''of Anrii. 1909.

Idr v y Wo ,%Io ago
present our accounts and vouchers to sons having claims or demands;
Hon. Joseph Bell, as judge of probate against the estate of Thomas B. Bur-:
of Marion county. Florida. at his of- lesson. late of Citra, Marion county,
1- ., * -- --_- .- Inrio d n t n o t ont ia e ni.,-n l&P.



t --

Atlantic Coast Lire
For Homosassa and West Coast,
north, 8:20 a. m.
For Homosassa and West Coast,
south, 2:30 p. m.
*For Gainesville and Jacksonville,

Fire Department-Ocala has an ef- of tile watir that .*oter i 'o give .
ficient fire department, that will com- magnifying p,wer It rt .l a
pare favorably with any city of like to the Oklawaha rti'r a.tr tvhe e
size in the country. The fire station, is as cl'-ar a.- crvyeal the *cte.t
which is of brick, and centrally locat- tane" .\ studtw of natur, ea It ns
edi, cost $5000. There are three paid food for rumination on this t ri
nmn on the force and an auxiliary, will last for a tlng time
force of seventeen men who are paid Blue Springs in another rPort
only when they assist at fires. The similar nature twenty amills6 a
telephone is used as an alarm system. Ocala. and in reach*-l by rail or 11
As a result of the good work of the riage. Many pleasure ImsrtM
department, no fire of any conse- their way to th-ese .4prltrj a ll aI

quence has occurred in the city for
several years.
The equipment consists of four
horses, chemical engine, two hose
trucks, hook and ladder. 3000 feet of
hose and other miscellaneous equip-
ment, which represents an outlay of
$,3111. A large fire bell is mounted in
th' station tower which is sounded
as an alarm in case of fire. and again
wl:.en the fire is out.
Gas-The Citizens' Gas. Heat. Light

sons of he year
ltmniosa.sia on th- :,lfr it amrrew
the popular resorts rwarct4bd fM
O(-ala. .'-inn twi, hours .IItat1
train, anti l.'ated ,in thb- Gf 4W
Mexico. furnishing 'he twie. ? M
and hunting to he foilnd in this to
tion of the state
Lake W.'.ir is fas. tI-conlng a
;ar resort b)ing ,i-gh'*.* *l* i =
,)f (Oala on tNh Ilin. of 'h- A ('
There is finn ha'hin anit 'aill)ug bM

and Power Company was organized ---)cala ('ity Ditr-et;rv 11t0# I9
sonlm fourteen years ago for the pur-
pose of furnishing gas for heat. power NOTICE TO THE PE OI W
and illumination. The Citizens' Gas OCALA
Company. as it is now known, owns It is the wish of the sanitary e
rhree and one-half miles of mains. _
The price for illumination is $2 per itte' the ty cn t
1i0,10 feet. and that of fuel gas is Ocala in as thorough mamltary -a
$1.50 per 10)00 feet. The gas is made tion as opasible at all fties. bet g
of crude oil. speciallyy luring the spring and *&
Hotels and Boarding Houses-Oclaair m,
has three principal hotels, the Ocala mer months, and w ash the 1 P
House, Montezuma Hotel and New tion of the people of the rtlr tle
Metropole. all centrally located and in this work. The *aniuary t---p
commodious. In addition to these are nas been instructe.d o rfetOr In
several hotels of lesser size and a;
number of excellent boarding houses, laws prtaining to this deptag
where rates of $5 per week and up and we ask everyone to repot t
may be obtained. inspector or chairman of the
New Federal Building-The govern-i mttee any irregularitte or 1
rn~rh~oc n.,wMhonsA a nnKai

iasls.in of a dvea
OeClAent b the state
I OCALA ---' -
oft ts osseate reeesa.
I .po. toee. fbW the pa t
The Banner City of the bot 12 per et ntp pe an
iredeets a steady. persemet
Banner County of the !uan t a stdy. par
minus any -bum" attmm
Banner State. appended. a state st r
the put five years-
---- 194--S$13.35 5
Ocala is located in the center, and i1: --$144,527
is the county seat of Marion county., 1907-$17.94.1 4
The name is a modification of the ear- 190--$19.435 T7
ly Indian application. "Ocaly." iean- e4' C ('rom postmast r.
ing "fair country," oi land of len- Horit, n assistant poe'mastr
ty." as ( rhomipsot m M -
Ocala is the market town and ship- clerk A P e.....re .,. r
ping point for one of the richest agri- litch. cl, rk Otto 4 lI. h t.
cultural, horticultural and mineral dis- I'arr. r c'han ii 4'-.f tAt
tricts of the south. iHia rl la.s* .AK, t>e'. ttarry
Here may be found also some of the IL, h, r stui
largest and richest truck farms to te l o,.' .i!isv open 4oti ,, 1A.v
found in the state, together with the r.*tistrl.r .rtinl -tamrp ti...e.
most valuable deposits of phosphate. frion A n o I t0 n, *.."ner
kaolin, ochre. lime and brick cla. I-,-\' :r. P :..w ,p.n fro ,t s,
Healthfulness-Ocala is coninivt.'ii ;t :i Si.rti nt, or ,rt. and
by the best medical authorities as a i.tr: ,i .-. r:an *'.. :
rest for all sufferers from all pul-. t'.h -rv rinriol frm,. I m
monary complaints, rheumatism. gout. I i tt
nervous prostration. etc. The city Paved Street--Th. ,r 4r.t) -v
with its high altitude upon the hack niie 's f 1pa @.I 4 ,-t r.*,t* % t ,i % h i r-(
bone of the peninsula receives the re- 'ity $, '*,, Th..- t.in quarv .w
freshing breezes of both the gulf and za iS ,a.t i ai'ti '-infl. tric4
the ocean, which, laden with the res. roadi.' l.a;.l ,our fro,, 'h.- '.icy ia i
inous odor of the pine wood, en- dirc.titon .tffTr. 'rig m! phr'
hance the salubrity of a naturally drives
mild, equable and healthful climate. Cement Walke--iuriai 'be
The city is free from the visitation of year i'-v-ral nilh- io c.rnet *"
yellow 'ever or kindred plagues, and have teen lai,l ,n t r maim
pulmoLary diseases, sunstrokes and and r.l-si'dence,. tr.-trs and the
r bies are unknown. The summers work still .r,n'in'i*rs anld w
are delightful, and many prefer to be long tw-fore thin **las @ of
stay here than in the north, ;will iuprrc.-l.. all .th*-r
Temperature, (Winter)-The mean Public Library-Of 'h r fw e
temperature of Ocala in winter is 6o within the otatoe that moalatae -
to 69 degrees Fahrenheit. Summer-' libraries thls ity l oe. It a s
The summer temperature ranges from; *, eightree ~eari ao anot lab ,-
75 to 97 degrees, rarely going above in constant operationn atnre Twh
90 degrees. Rainy Season-From lcwatrlo is on % Matsa strvut ,
about the middle of July until the lat-.t secon fl-or of the. .-a' *hMBl
ter part of September there are usual- an(l is otfwn during the vIua "0
ly daily showers of brief duration. 4 to The librarian i* MtA IM
which tend to cool the atmosphere. E. ;anisby MWeimhberltp to f @
Winter Resort-Ocala is famous as ytar which h fe. permits ithe p
a winter resort for those who wish to to borrow the, curretnt magasmame I
escape the wintry blasts of the north *'ach bonok taken oat *0 v moes
Being inland, there are no harsh cold are required to pIr av crae ts r pr
winds, the climate being pleasant and for -the privile-re of drawtra boe
balmy. Its Decembers, Januarys andi Water Works-bTh.- a W
February are similar to the month Company was organizel ti In
of June in the middle west. The a capital stock Ocala House and Montezuma Hotel principally by eastern esaptaLstsU f
are the principal hotels of the city. water is obtaint-e fntm as se
Banking Facilities-Ocala boasts of well bored to a depth of 12t o
tw3 banks-The Munroe & Cham- rendering the source o.f enata
bliss Bank, capitalfi ,$50,000. and the absolutely free from surflar
Commercial Bank, capital, $50,00).). ties. The caparitv is _Umn
Telephone-The Ocala Telephone per dlay The water r bard. Wtb
Company was organized in 1894 with a thy and palatable. the islpler
capital stock of $10.000. The stock removed before being tnru**oe *
of the company is owned by local res- mains. There are oine a les
idents. and Mr. George R. McKean is mains and ninety five fire. hrty4~r
the principal stockholder and mana- Transportatswon-M larkt romt
ger. The system reaches over loo, Ocala have two asvt.- n ofl
points in Marion and adjacent coun- the Atlantic (Coast I.Ie a 1 the W
tie?, and has over 300 local subscrib- board Air Llne. RNth rnads tus
ers. the county north and m u fth, .
Churches-Ocala has several good A. C I.. runs also east ad wew
churches, the following denominations In addition tohw t ratil h v l
being represented: Baptist. Episcopal. boat lines opernai- fromnl 'bh Oe
Methodist, Presbyterian, Catholic. ha river, which riun orth a"
Jewish and Christian. All occupy edi- through the c(ir',vn. n mv*n ta3
fices of their own, and have good siz- Palatka for .lacks.,nt ll. sa
eJ memberships, lnoints. and also line.m, opratig ta
Educational-Ocala has an excel- WithlacMswhee river whirth *eirts
lent high school and primary school southwestern eigec of Itk rote y.
A new primary school has just been Points of Intereit--tlver1v
completed on South Third street The a resort fi.e mtle. north f the
corps of teachers is excellent, and the on the line of the S*aho*art r LAM
enrollment numbers over 500). is one of the. mont famu,,,. asa'l
Electric Light-The city owns its lar resorts in the itate The
light plant and operates the san,me may be. ra-ach..t by .Irt'ing net ,s a
profitahly, the streets being well light- ro)dI teo it ;ar. nn 4A' th. p
ed at practically no cost to the mu- is the t,rttinitis if th.. liwrd
nicipality. The plant represents an Har' lines of st,*atm*.rm* whth rum
investment of $33.000). and the income Pn';tlatka Thil E is $2c0.7s0 per annum, while the op- rh.- t )1t s ) h..;i ,tif tr:- *, '. the
,*rating expenses are $10.176. leaving' rinren. Th, tikl, it ha *,r
a ;;ot revenue to the city of $1,.*;,0-4. to 'which th,- .. rin.'s rur't has am
l)e applieti to the sinking fund to li- v''i;aIl'rt ,ill it s r,, I' 1eash a g
quid(lte the outsrandling electric light tr' wn ith a ,'ni-'I. i v ,'I t
i)<)I(1ls. and apply on the current run I1; it Ini} expenses of the city. **nt fLr n art hit n. ,. itn htis e
The equipment consists of 3i miles 'rt .\' tt*.- ;Spi ,l .' .t *shi aw
of feed wire, two 100 K. W. A. ('. the' \i istr th;it i selim n
\Westinghouse dynamos. and on,. ,,.- Iriivil."--. t,>, -,.,hll, Th. i ay
lligh A. C. arc dynamo both being di- '!::t t;tak? s ,-n ,,lr o, he 4,rte
ref'tly c)nnect't'td with two 145 horse- :;, ': ho iton *'hr,, ,ht h "a 'i lu ru
power Harrisburg engines. Vood is t*,' Sprinxs i;rl **. an lv n w*** at
the fuel used. There are about : ;ol '"ptiti of '", f*.i, V-'h ,, the hena-
patrons to the plant, and the charges are. is. plain as IIf ',h.v -r., I am *
are lit cents per killowatt for incan- Ilail \ |,'ntn thr,,n to a
lpescent lights and S cents for power. p)riigs calln h e* n al ***l y I
The plant has sufficient capacity to he"ld in \'nIur han. Th ere we
care for 200 additional patrons. thing alout th. rhh.micral *ai


Ine 48




to A. Brown & Bro.










Tetley's Orange Pekoe and Mixed Tea




Let me have your order

0111hL ic. March 17. 1909
S Om Or Oclat Baner:
IN1 bmosr b tby receiving a
e r Mr. LCght. omea our rep-
U. tmien on my article
L o ,mewr of a few days ago. I
Ik a Mtil pace*. and as this
S8i tter itht cawas all pruoerty
M d tax payers, and as Mr.
h the hIn or of represwuing
e ft f t- Martio croty at Talla-
I do L bhalve I am taking
pluIlvslgr by Isasrtlangi bhi lt
g lhis vtews to some extent
Sa w aldyr ftr existlng condl-

quobstu mi as efllows.
~dl, ek March 1949.
A.. tAI vad., tanton. Fla. :
| Dw tr-4 tlhik your sugges-
I taI w o's Bueser. In regard
46 f owr way of assessing tax-
b ".r p roer I shall try to
or r laws. making justices of
ea -- tis r precinct assistant
w. wMw dut It will Ite to
Sa all reurmu in his precinct.
r f p him l to admiarter an cath
r tsax p*mait handing In returns
S-ea rth rM Irm. elthev too low
S -g M rtight to r*|isort all per-
to Ilr proerlcit e Ul>ct 1to nraJl
o hi count\ c.i)lnisnssoners
wII imnll ea. ucr asse'*snentst. I
tL. p.r -Int It will furnish
4 cm~e~e otu o *ra l ro- t wn < ti' % 'h a ,' ia
I8af.u I -1 4llo | 1l l t& : '1 1i
e. m .*'- 'ior n.#s.i I alt'
tour- trail .
t seal* *'.nrt be' aIo' plan

Lb the r ri 'aic j atid'' t tht'
w toult ha' '' tI.' .e'0 lt'd to
*wa, t'-e o es or th*e% would as-
lb t ch rihtf a5..'-mr a L U Mr I t ,' j lit Jpl' ast the% felt
4ta a
ft tbiel sirnled plae-a i man ma' fill
S Odlev t* justice ,of th e iwa('c' at1s-
il hutA dowIs nmt know e'ioutgh
~' tm lA s telt a **.arling M.ret-
a Wit; gota
i I) a s to l at each prec-inct fhotild
Io t prtw ii rlge to ecIt t at the rtl
ft s"ekrt is ai %arlt a t: ien and
0t Is the* prev-ati 'o make* a house
I b amerelsamli' an. hb' 'nimpo-
Sto adItalistr the oath
o IJlt sa~, '*lake i*' the dirtl
S-t jus~~i( ,o the pe*a'*c to take
S returns 11i his precinct. com-
11ft~ I toM atdmilttet an oath to
taxs as*'r havietta in returns '
I Ired that it Is the h duty ot the
a to wI ali **** 'the prolertlv
La tM to a ss l- l lmnen(t otn a-. to
A A ...h .'.. ,.a -

nse 1 s tt ie progwrti' town-
d l to take Ir 1 o prt to some
_-p" lacI ftr the* asw*sesr to
S- II1y rtllrued n-ether tI it the
of t 0e prnuopey" owner to make
- t I Nad put salulltka on prop-
T Tuht k as I understand it.
g m asemenw d 4ut% consists of.
Swi h Ie gets r paid fo
SIt to as timl;si blitv (or one
e t lo its or Iro a hole (Ual-
T .rMaRt ilotwnship. ass'e-

- Il t(he r lhermn tate ito nothing
am It works .ec-essfulls and sat-
~ rhre tor tgue*' and would
fge a sse msnu E1mrida
t to make. the chant*e requires
4 1MW as Mr I.Uht samv he shall
O h a hr thoat lass amended we
S--h av *-same- e*S that som time
*lb f tur' the- rich &ad largLe prop-
M msa-rs will hat. to pai their
Utate *paT of the z t(axesB Rut
St f tce (to )nuo jst betw-en the
i l. _-_

MY FRIEND, "A. B." PHOSPHATE MINING State of Ohio. City of Toledo.
i.ucas County-ss.
To the Editor Ocala Banner: The Prairie Pebble Posohate Com- rank, .. Cheny makes oat thabt
Evidently my friend, "A. B.." hasF pany's Fine PIznt .i. 'hney & Co., doing business in the S en d fo r Fe
pany I.'h of Toledo, count and state tafore-
mistaken the effects of one drink for Additional details ii connection ( itv of Toledo, county and state afore-
said. and that said tirm will pay the '-O,
the effects of another. w.-hthh, :iew plant of the Prairie m of ONE HUNDRED DOiLLARS
f his brain is out of order ONE HUNDRED D
If his brain s out of order, and he Pebbl 1-aosphate Company, at Mul- for each and every case of catarrh
sees snakes, elephants, winged cher- mlo that cannot be cured by the use of
berry, Fla. and the methods employ- Hall's Catarrh Cure.
ubs. etc.. he should not put the blame I
ed in mining and refining phosphate FRANK J. CHENEY.
have been announced. To eliminate Sworn to before me and subscrib-
water does not have this effect on fire risk the company decided to em- ed in my presence, this 6th day of De- FLORIDA ORANGES-Books of special interest to Orang,-
fire risk the company decided to em- FEps
those who substitute for it a stronger oy reinforced concrete and the member, A. D. 1886. Growers.
drink. If we could be assured of the building among the largest of theirA. GLEA PINEAPPLE ERTILIZING-Of interest Pineapple
buildings. among the largest of their I Notar Public

fact that you ever drink any water, l
class, are being constructed of that
we would be able to diagnose your material, says the manufacturer's
case. Record. The mill building, contain-
We have several cases of deliriuming the machinery will be 100x125
tremens on record, but this is the firstry rock and storage bin
feet, and the dry rock and storage bin
one that we know of where water was 525 feet. The phosphate is found
blamed for it. in strata of various aepths, and the
I think that I would be upheld by first operation in producing the crude
even "A. B's." friends in saying that rock is to remove the overburden of
one glass of water, which my friend sand which covers te deposit. Thi
took to wash two glasses of rum down is done either by the steam shovel.
with. could not cause delirium tre- or by hydraulic power, the mining of
muens. rock proper being to tear down the
Now. about the milk in a suggest- banks of rock with a stream of water
ive bottle. I'd advise you to let it pressure fro 12 to 175 pound
alone, as I am told that Farmer Hay- The rock is then handled b1 ct7ntrif-
seed puts water in his milk. and if ugal pumps to a washing plant. con-
you think water is injurious to you, sitting of logs. equipped with teeth
it would be better to let it alone. and flat or evolving screws, which
If my joyful friend would re-read my separate the phosphate from sand,
articles, he would find that no onecla or other foreign substances.
Was called "liar'" at all.
a alled "ar" at all. rom the washer the rcok is carried
lHy the way. I'd like to know what
y the way. I'd like o know watto the central drying plant into a hop-
drink "A. B." has substituted for wa-en elevated into a wet
per, and then elevated into a wet
ter Is it beer. or do you take that
storage bin. from which it is fed to
.suzgg'stive bottle" around with. you the roasters by means of a tunnel
all the time?
conveyor located beneath the wet bin.
Ma% I also ask what "A. B." stands Th roas:ers consist of cylinders.
for" The inlt(als are very suggestive with sir flights and diaphragm on
tof ".% Boomer.
f Boomer."' 'the insi.le. They revolve slowly, al-
Well. so-long, my "non-water"
lowing the flame from the crude-oil
tried. better take my advice aboutbrnr o in contact with the
th,. "'suggestive bottle."
l "uggestive bottlwet phosphate. After thoroughly
AU'STIN FINLAY JOYNER..JR. drying the rock it is carried vby buck-
Set conveyors to the top of the mill
WO NEGRO CHILDREN KILLED building and stored in shieds by cars
A7 SILVER SPRINGS operated by automatic hauls.-Tam-
.\A er awful accident occurred ac Ia Times.
Si'\cr Springs Monday afternoon.
TwA colored children, a boy and a Any an is s enough to be a
zirl nine and eleven years old. were professor of religion.
plating in the abandoned dry kiln of
th<- old Moore lumber mill, and it is NASAL CATARRH
thought they struck one of the de-
caying timbers, which caused the The Postoffice Drug Store Sells the
structure to fall. The children were Great Remedy That Cured Mrs.
buried beneath the ruins, and were Karberg
either killed outright or died of suf- Here is a very simple yet wholly
location sincere statement of a Michigan wo-
Ibaaiel Mitchell. the distressed man, who was cured by using Hyomei
father, was in town Tuesday to pur- -the no cure no pay remedy for ca-
chase coffins for them. and reported tarrh. asthma, hay fever, croup,
the catastrophe to the proper officials. coughs and colds.
The children were buried Tuesday "A bad case of catarrh was cured
afternoon, for me by the use of Hyomei. The
trouble affected my head, nose and
CRUELTY IN SPORT eyes, and was very annoying and dis-
Man in his best estate is but little agreeable, and the cure, from the use
bt, ter than a savage. With plenty to of Hyomei, was very gratifying. Hy-
eat. to repletion, men have gone forth omei has from me a strong recom-
this season and killed doves by the mendation and endorsement."-Mrs.
thousands. just for fun. Then thous- E. Karberg, 213 Kingsley St.. Ann Ar-
ands more perished miserably from bor, Mich., Nov. 16, 1908.
the-ir wounds that never fell into the Thousands of just such letters are
hands of the sportsmen. It would in existence, and thousands more
s* eit, that the dove. the harmless would be but for the desire to avoid
cretatutre chosen by Almighty God as publicity.
an 'emblem of His Holy Spirit. would If you have catarrh, bestir yourself,
1t* spared from ruthless slaughter, and drive it out of your system. Kill
ut,' such is not the.case. It is a pity the germs. You can do that easily if
that cruelty is the favorite sport of yo< use Hyomei (pronounced High-o-
IIImtH .Jasper News. me).
It is a dry, antiseptic and very
Postmaster General Meyer has giv- pleasant air, that when inhaled, quick-
en out indications that he will ap- ly relieves all forms of catarrhal in-
Ininr Mrs. E. W. Carmack postmis- fiammation, stops snuffes, hawking
tress of Nashville. Tenn. This ap- and blowing The nrio fP ....

kSeal.) IvNUUy K m.
Hall's Catarrh Cure is taken inter-
nallvy and acts directly upon the

blood and mucous surfaces of the sys-
tem. Send for testimonials free.
F. J. CHENEY & CO., Toledo. O.
So;l by all druggists, 75c.
Take Hall's Family Pills for consti-
pation.. m
I say, do your drinking at Hogan's
Pace. There you find pure goods. Ho-
S.&:. the mail order man. x
A man with a real purpose can nev-
er be satisfied.

The Pensacola Journal says that If the charges agaiot him he tru%
you cannot expect to rate yourself former State Treasitrer James Chris
with the up-to-dates if you expector. tiansen of Utah is a *Ilefaul.-r in the
ate. sum of $70.000.



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