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Title: The Ocala banner
Uniform Title: Ocala banner
Ocala banner (Ocala, Fla. 1883)
Alternate Title: Ocala daily banner
Daily banner
Physical Description: Newspaper
Language: English
Creator: Ocala banner
Publisher: The Banner Pub. Co.
Place of Publication: Ocala, Fla.
Ocala Marion County Fla
Publication Date: February 8, 1901
Frequency: weekly[]
weekly[ former aug. 25, 1883-dec. 28, 1888]
daily (except sun.)[ former dec. 30, 1888-]
Subject: Newspapers -- Ocala (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
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Spatial Coverage: United States -- Florida -- Marion -- Ocala
Coordinates: 29.187778 x -82.130556 ( Place of Publication )
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Dates or Sequential Designation: Vol. 17, no. 12 (Aug. 25, 1883)-
Numbering Peculiarities: Issues for 1884 later called new ser., v. 2.
General Note: Editors: T.W. Harris, F.E. Harris, C.L. Bittinger.
General Note: Publisher varies: Frank Harris & Frank Harris, Jr., <1913
General Note: Description based on: New ser., v. 2, no. 14 (Dec. 1, 1883).
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The paper "Of the People, tor the People and by the People."




Death of Mr. Mellon.
John A. :ellon, of the Tampa Tri-
;lune ,taft, dlied in that city of con-
s' i p.*in last Saturday morning.
!fr. M:ellou came to Florida several
ye-rs ago and Mettled in this city.

At this season the housekeeper must look
specially after the baking powder.
As she cannot make good cake with bad eggs,
ro ;-orc can she make cake that is light, delicious
.ind Ja:I .t "h inferior baking powder.
R ":. i..i.n Po\,der is indispensable for the
: ....: .. the finest food. It imparts that
pci,- 'v -tness and flavor noticed in
:!.c tin t c.kc, biscuit, doughnuts, crusts, etc.,
.hich expert bakers say is unobtainable by the
use of any other leavening agent.

Tho' ono" P~keT an~d Pastry
(O.'k -CT~taaitng over Stoo most
p-a-ti~a' and -a~uable cooking re-
%t vi; %-f ee to ie% %Patron sn
posla .ard %% ith ,,ur fUll address.

KLACHJEDTHE il4:11 oF T1li:11I1A.: N41'R
PtOwN 11.

SAIA ZLZ-.. AZ...'S.

'bE- wir.i at last:>t.,n
i4,l Smith Rus-elI. lthe world Nfni vJ
;.Oujti iatI. iS At PAlM I'eaCh.
i~t- Iai0iroad ri-restaurant nimkt's
top-esi al reb, to weekly kourd1ers.
4;i'vtr-Lor Jetmirinz- say.. that the
slatt. 'olivict't must toe vaccinated.
~.".Jaiai*'- H~trri-., of Psuna-ottkee,
OR tit 91W-! it oir s rFrank H tiri-b.
...t ~~r. k0-alt in full fo.x-e
A.I Ht-e rw/ t .I~~ t-.W11 "11.

1'..B rryfi 111%, of N~ ts
vs all the- vit v, :h.- uest *it h'-r fricud.
IUiuwt EI-!, r Wt'ather-t.

_t onatl4 ;,r natt ot ttihr .~t.oi
~.eZ i N int.( )vIkwk,4~rin
IO!U .to. Uk- Inact-tonIIighit at the .Ocala

D~r. J. C. B. I. ofStardard. is
~.~~tLt~ ujdtta l'trgeni' il of wstier-
sivs 'U e h11,01w ht- will ruake a
AP-IAiul fk)r, unt1V

t-3,, 1 L 4'I )zurantt-oet6l T.v F-

It fli. u
I ~ ~ home* -" w'a-

There are cheap baking powderss,
made from alum, but they are ex-
ceeding! harmful to health. Their
astringent and cauterizing qualities
add a dangerous element to food.

Mr. E L. 'Mills, wh4 wa'.; ;4o badly
%Ihot last *- 1irdav in Mr. Frank Ly-
on-'.';li of Uusinu"-s at B vlv, by

Wato Sm t r 1.iii st 'A '

t- .X v, Pa %4-110 3 .'t .-% I:I no

a~ !V, rill IZ It-Ai ilt 1, '-teid of

Pbe voui' zladisoft O''aIa-ik w igie
a pr. .i.ressivt' Gevuzrrn! titt t'nr-'-idetic.;
o~f Mr. and *: s. StlzreiiIer :i- .xt Wed-
n'-'s-dav t'venin comp'ili'hi- nwary to thle
Nine 0("()4,k (;t-ravoi Cui.
Fatal 1~a-Aare ."tinUt ol byexperi-
uleitictuitz with cm-i:zh and vc(] 4v~ure4.
Ft I-' v Htorit-y and Tar will pifevent a
iluoldfrom irt'su'r !Um il l 'iieuiiionia.
Au ti-MI'mnop'.y Drug Sitt re. Ill
SBlsuk'he Lindti-r, ol Anthony,

iTotY the %In'1 rter in .\Anth~iVyl, q)-t tst St-
te.-A 'I i'y'..In the ivity* last w'.,vi-iL-
ill--! Ni-st F'u zttt m:iid Lut i'- .m ithi.

The ;!'IU o !. t ,' F.. .; -i -Ial

I -I

s ttisfitd af~cr u-ine C Iita::ibt'rlaini's
siomme 'itt ~lLiver Ta i!(ei -. They
cuedi---r.ier, of the ,,toamoh. tojji~US'

Price. 2ci'.I S ul.'. re. n

In the clc4ti,'hIt &,,-
Oi~l: hiiin Jatk~otvillte list Monday
night. Honl. (harhes IL. Fi?,les spoke
on the -Florid-t Li.twver7 '*Iooi in enu-
mi-'ratinz thia' ezntraut :nemit-rs of the
barktf Fl iri-.6 he iu.' among
tho nitumhrn rH )al. .1 olm I ,- rdonj
otf 0-'Aia.

it) '"'snl' ~ -i, '.dipt'i"I tifty ctir- of

J. it. W '''eo Wttii;w-o ati C i" d'4 lto

I- 15'? IICI l-lV~i~ arize m:-tnws
jii4.'.' anI adi' t- lsit t 4"! ~it~ s

1 lrtictt d;i.,g'ti' b'~ '' oard
Iaru vot- piinti _1 this 'a v.'k (oI.a''t'ount
oif the 'ti'-;c : S 'r ti'ln

by'c tun:,- i l an dancing the Highland
- -'ii-,l ..clie.
T i:" li.--r" of thie club extend a
c,,!h.ihl i vi'3t i-,'-i tO all c it 'i s > 'S-f
I( 1.:lai t e pr'-scnt t atoL lh fn;clione .
Major Burford Gets the Brush.
.N. Doai!ld 1:.'r and Mr. J. L.
I: ak got ul, af t)x hui:t in .Major
Btrfri' l honior last Saiurday night
awit ithe li:tj:' i u iw carrying the
ihrui-i ,; ti' i '-et-footled reynard as a
re-ult of thit night's .-.port.
'ThL- mutjur is a gallant veteran of
the Metxican war, yet he kept at the
hee.s ,f Othe hounds to the "death" as
..- l- -,. .. t-i i,. i' rt.r ii.i.m ber* rof

lED ~

'Sa One Bottle


| Guaranteed to Cure or no Pay

I This is a Tonic that -- I

I Has Been '1 tried

And Don't Fail.

I Only 50 cents at -

Post Office Drug Store.
7j i c.
m ir i p

He was associated for awhile in the
real estate business with Mr. J. T.
Lancaster, and afterwards became ed-
itor of the Morning News and subse-
quently of the Evening Star.
About three years ago he left this
city for Tampa to accept a position on
the Tribune and was on that paper
when he died.
Mr. Mellon was a native of Beaver
county, Pa., and before coming to
Florida conducted the Beaver Falls
S'ar. It was while in that work that
he attacked severely Senator Quay,
the republican leader in the cam-
paign of 1892. As a result of the at-
tack he was sued for libel and sen-
te.nced to j:til. He served three weeks
ini jtil, when he was r-leased through
1 the ellorts of the state presz. During
I his c-onlifiin-lent he continued to edit
his paper, anid never lost a moment
i from the light lie had begun.
Mr. Mellon was a vousistent mem-
ber of the Baptist church, and the
funeral occurred from the First Bap-
tist church Sunudty afternoon at 3
o'clock, aud was largely attended by
his numerous friends in that city.
Special Meetings.
For the past week Dr. C. P. Wil-
liamson, of Atlanta, Ga., has been
preaching ia Ocala at the Christian
church. He is an able exponent of
the Bible, and long experience as a
teacher and minister has eminently
fitted him for the important position
of a leader in religious thought. Un-
der his treatment the intricate pass-
ages are illustrated and taught with
such clearness and ease that one is
surprised that hehad not seen its truth
a i t beauty before. His visit to our
ciry will certainly bring an uplift to
tl!.-e wh,) were fortunatti- etnouugh to
tli-.r his senrmnous ani -.'riei oi' Bible
studw i.
AI s'eci:al feature of the meetings
.t- the afternoon Bible readings a:ijl
devotiina:l st-rv.,ies.
We regret that his stay was nec(es-
sarily so short. He returus to Atlanta
Friday, and oun March tiist goes to
I tichmond, Vt. to begin his work as
president of a college, which he ex-
plects to give the remainder of his life.
Now's This!
We otter One Hundred Dollars Re-
ward for any case of Catarrh that can-
nit be cured by Hall's Catarrh Cure.
F. J. CHENEY & Co, Toledo, 0.
We, the undersigned, hive known
F. J. Cheney for the last fifteen years,
anti believe him perfectly honorable
in :a!l h.usineV,, transactions and fim n-
'ially able to carry out a;ny obliga-
tio<;n m11iaie tly their tirni.
WSr & TiR.\x, W\hols.asle Druggit*s,
Tl',o,. (d, O.
\V \ [.l.N;. Kl. NNAN & AMRVIN,
\VWhl.'-sale li)r t.i;-,s, Tolehlo, Oh1io.
Hali's I'.;t;rrh 'ure is t k .i, iiter-
,: t y .:.t'. 't i: iir t' l; y up ,n.;" .l e Ih!'L,,,i
;t~id muilico"< surf.,-, s of .lhe -yvtein.
P lri.v .. per bottle. Sold by all
idrio.,rinsts. 'TeI'4ti )11niials free.
Hall's fatmily lpills are the hest.
Ocala Hights Golf Club.
The forma' opening of the Ocala
Hights Golf Club is announced for
Monday afternoon, February 11, 1901,
from 2-30 to 5:31, p. in. A match
game for a purse (two-thirds to the
winner and "tie-third to the loser) be-
tween professionals will be played:
also a match game between profes-
sionals and members of the club.
The Metroplolitan Cornet Band has
kindly oftered its services for the oc-

At :.'>r in the evening a hop will be
giv'i. at thle armory, :it which Mr.
John Dluicau Dunn, president of the
Wc-t Ctoa't (wolf As5ociatio>, will
i,'tr i'I;' tI '' l.Lt attractive feature

i1l that if grouped together they
would make a display such as would
cause our bosoms to he:ave with pride.
The Advocate votes for a state fair,
and we think we are with the major-
ity.-East Coast Advocate.
The Best Persoription for Malaria.
Chills and fever is a bottle of
Grove's Tasteless Chill Tonic. It is
simply iron and quinine in a tasteless
form. No cure-no pay. Price2 c. :

It Will

Pay You

To go to the Ocala Fur-
niture Company when
you must pay your last
sad respects to the dead
loved ones. They have
on hand the most com-
plete line of reasonable-

SCoffins, Etc,

In this part of the state,
and solicit mail, tele-
graph or telephone or-
ders, which will receive
prompt attention.
N. Magnolia St., .; doors from Public Square

Stop the Thief!
Stealing your money: selling you
poor garden seeds at high prices. Go
or send to J. B. Sutton, seedsman,
Ocala, Fla., for special low prices on
the best seeds on the market. To-
Smatto EFsg Plant, Eastern grown
HeaLins, Rocky Ford grown and other
Cantaloup., Watermelon and Cueum-
ber -sed are exceptionally tine. Sam-
ples free. On application of thosede*
siring quantities, state quantity want-
ed when asking for samples. 1-11-4t.

Hoy; ta Prz.-Zrve, Purify anij Bettutify
t~S!1tizand Conpsexion.
To pro-''r-'.. rur-v x-A1 Oautify th" sk~n. and pr, v -.
bljackhi -1-z .?f r. 01'!V. oth. :r. '.-' m. antd
many &'h ~ ~4iin hh'mnishes. no skin r 'r" 11bII
Vra tc 1h ,rrparmi with CUTICURPA S() 1 \ ".
rumeacIV'..LhL c. L:-!c~, 'v z, 'i'q~d rrilaied )r aJ''.. il :~


.o Prevent Falling Nair Sczalsv
m.tio r s and Dand-u"
1 *rtho'roiigh1l' w.2h t !-!-l ~ C *~''I
'rn w~itoer. dry c-rf2.:'h, dUri ''it I
n vi:y r.''v I'

so 'thhirrd: .1,-
r. .~wctwhole --onic and

SC: t. *1. "t.,Oj-
-In.'2::t aid


I -

How to Make the Hands Soft and
White in a Sinlie Ni&h.


fm ~


A State Fair.
The Florida press is agritating tht
question of a state fair to be held it
Florida some time in the near future
We think the suggestion a wise one
and should meet with a ready re
sponse from every Floridian. The
advertisement it would give to Flor-
ida products, and the land on which
these agricultural products were
raised, would more than compensate
for the expense of a state fair. In
the second place the farming element
would be wonderfully stimulated, for
we entertain grave doubts as tc
whether the majority of our farmers
really know the extraordinary re-
sources of their own state. Sonti
think oranges, pineapples and veg-.
tables are the only resources of r,.v-
enue, in an agricultural sense, a:,l i!
is well that they should be nlt realize that these are only a fracli 'n:il
part of Florida's pro)ilu.'ts. v'ery-
thing would receive a gre.t uli ft,
and renewed hope would be in ii.'(i
in every industrial department. But
if we have the f:tir let it be i') h:til ,
way or shoddy exhibition. Florida,
though young, is in many respects the
foremost state of the South, and an
exposition of her resources shmhld be
commensurate with the dignity, in-
telligence and thrift of our common-
wealth. The tobacco industry has
grown to such proportions that Flor-
ida is now being recognized as a to-
bacco state, and the fair would have a
tendency to develop that particular
industry to a remarkable degree.
Then there is the phosphate indus-
try, which has enriched, and is now-
enriching, certain portions of the
state, and what better way could this
vast business (ie advertised than by
exhibiting at a state fair? But, time
would fail us, and space would not
permit our going into details, and de-
scribing the hundred anti onie otherF
industries, suich as fruit growing, the
cultivation of c:ass:tva and vegetables,
of every description, the fish a.itl cat-
tle industries, etc., but e :ery minii i
Florida who can read, and many who
can not, know that these are all here,





Sole Agency at

Merchants' BlIock. Ocala, Fla.

When woe-worn France first sternly spread
Her bannered rainbow on the wind.
To smite rebellious Reason dead,
The king% of many lands combined.
Did they triumph? So they deemed.
Could they triumph? No:--They dream.


From Freedom's ashes at their call
A form of might arose and blazed:
Tis true they -aw the'phantom fall:
'Tis true they crushed the power they raised
But in conflict w th the wie-t.
Vain ae a-mie league, an.1 lies.
-Ebene7er Elliot:t.
He "Loved Her Better Than She
The wife of Dr. J. Van Elderel
committed suicide in the little towu
of Milton by taking a large dose ol
morphine several days ago.
In enumerating the causes which
led to the rash act, the husband writes
as follows to the editor of the Starke
"There are three persons living who,
know the whole catu.0 of her su'.so-
quent act. It dates front the tirst
days of our acqluaintanee. She need-
ed a physician i, he.r -leiklv I,,:ili-
tion. Her parents were poor andl she
was unable to work. Sh,: triot! to
love ni', hut :an irly love-ti-h- :n'l
now uinuarrlai-l-ove;i'W.\wt're4l !. il.
Recent comniuni i'ation- from Lhi t,>
aie brought ba,'k to her pa-,t inillno-
ries, and wishing i ; longer to live :t
lie with the mI i Itio ihad !o-nu.- ,-o
much for her to -ave lI,'r lif, ald A up-
ported her at ~ulicw an 'xpte-n. she re-
leaseld herself fr,)!i a world, whii h
neithf-r for her nor for mie clo'l iiive
anuy furlthr attriactimn.
"This. Mr. Editor, i.s c.i ,:ncise as I
could miatkt it i'i oprir t,, i\'ve your
readers andi my fri-inl- in Sr;arke an
idea of tiph cir-iitn-it'ti,''< -f thle case.
The whole hil will o,, fountl in niy trunk after imy
death. or, if I think 1i,-.. I may Ipu.I-
lish it duriti gntv lift. I will,i
and hd*t .,:wrAd her> nitnory a-' Son,'
aA I liv', f,.r I l ived .l r letter thiii
she khll'w

Night was Her Terror,

cn ." write- M r,-.
Alexa.-,irinh, Inl. "ud oi i l rdy
get any Ict' 1 i.t1 .' -on!u- n; iii .!,
bad that ifl w liked a I-lc.k I wionl!!
4-oui!il t'rizhtfui'ly ;ttli -pit -i loid, hiit,
when all other nimedi'ines fliiiled, thrn-u
1. cvery wholly ,'ur, li ne- .ii I g.ainel
5S pol nilds." I is a:l.sIiute!y u:'r -
teed to cure 'oldz, cout ;., la. triipp'.
bronchitis and all thro:tt tntl Itnns
L.-oubles. Prict *350 a:lu $l.oo. Trial
bottle free at Garrmtt & G(t-ris's store. 2
Methodist Church Entertainment.
On nlxt TI'-sday eveoin'.tg the ladi-,-
of the Methodi'st church will 4ive a
festival in the amuory, the proe-eds to
go towards the church expeus.s.
An interesting musical andl literary
program hal been arranged. iEvcrybody
efhould he present to help the ladies.
A pleasant and profitable evening i-
promised to all who attend
A Misunderstanding.
Misunderstood syvnpttoins of di-ease
lead doctors to treat so,mething else
when the kidneys are out of order.
Foley's Kidney Cure will bring you
health when o'her medicines hlve
failed. Take uo substitute. Anti-Mo-
nopoly Drug Store. in
Wanted at Once.
501 bushels Peanuts.
50) bushels of Velvet BWans.
S10. bushels Cow Pease or field Pease.
10 bushels of Chufas.
For which I will pay c:u!h.
J. B. SI'TTOI, Seedsman,
2-68m O.'ala, Fla.


38sting of the. Ste". Prss Asses"a-


Palmetto News.
"Some Advice from an Old Edit
to Young Editors," Frank Harri
Ocala Banner.
"Model Form and Make-Up of
Weekly Newspaper," E B. Wage
Titusville tar.
"Editorial Page of a Weekly New
paper," Frank V. Baker, Gate Cit
"Newspaper Circulation," Rufus .
Russell, Jacksonvlle Metropolis.
"The Society Column," Miss I
Nellie Beck, Miami Metropolis.
"The Local Page." C. L. Bittinge
Ocala Star.
Po-m, F. Ion Robertson, Brook
ville Register.
"The Sundry Newspaper," Georg
W. Wilson, Times-Union and Citizen
"Benefits of Organization to News
paper Men," T. B. Hartig, Lake Butle
"Journalistic Ethics," I. B. Hilson
Milton Journal.
"Business Methods in a Newspape
Office," D. E. Thompson, St. Augus
tine Record.
".New -paper Indlividiality," .1. F
Sl!'erwo.(l, Inverness 'Chroniclte.
"Reportiing Local Proeelings," D
F'. Godwin, Gainesville N-"ws.
"('Country Press in Politics," P. A.
Van-.-A-rnew. Valley (G;a'
"Reladtion of t0w' 1'r .'s to Hizi i
Edlationl." Dr. J. F. F'orles, Sit-ts :-
1-niver ity, DeL.tind.
"'Sp-ei'ti l+iii ii t ," IPhil. I -:1't
Fort, M.
"Tli (), TinwmE .ii-r," F. A A;-
"Thet Printer-r' D,'vil anod the ',fl!,.
C'at,"'V -. Paintt r., Flori!a Agri.'tl-
turi t.

Rush -Jones.
,-, ; *',. t"' % ... !i(* t'.r : ,'"
Mi.ji Zulu T. J. neI of thT;- pI:., '
and ?r. ( \V. V Ru-.h, of DPun ellf
wire married a' the hl,]uie of ti3t
bride's -nrrents i-t t'ls:iay. RPv.
Mr. Adamsor. of ('rystal River, ,.'r-
formied the ceremioiny. MIr IRtu-I
i- a 4 y)oul li int:! of -oioiidl Idr,.i-
1, S, h th ,its : lirid i- .' of the f1air,'-' ri"').a ,s 'of

iii d, rke.h t wais at tI lnoo. l u.I l

'iitlh i:rke, i ;.' <;f !it U t'i.

Afth -. l '.,lr' a tuiil i.,'ui v.':., i x-
to"hi t ,r t tifu l w.-" f,,orlk 't i n rh-

firtlo -r D i"o tl t ,:l, with a ;. -n !.
caucrat. nma!-- a picture ,f thI iLi:ial
'The 'ist t h iiu repaired to the ii,-
itii room wh re SunlptIlu l U ;
was t ilsnjoyed.
Tl'h brii- tand craon- tl he-ourri-ed
to O"i' wiinre .thl y tok th'. tr. inl
foi" Dunucllon, tilir t'fi':r' oi 'nu-.
We \vish? theil a Iloni, :happily and
,'rosp .rot's lift 1.\ i E .
Kendrick, Fe1' I. tt, I'W,1.
A Firemans Close Call.
II stuck to) my engine, s"lhou'h
,v-,'VyJ. int -chlitd and every u n-rve wu-
racked with pl in," writes C'. B,'Ii-
SIly, a ,',inotivt fir-Illan, of Bur-
IIin ttil- w.1. W:i as weak and pal,-,
without iany apetitge af d all rium
down. As I wSai.-s t t o, ive upr [
got a rrottle o" Ei.,.-tri,. Hitter.4 an .
after taking it, I fl: -s Vweli as I ever
did in my life." Weak sickly run
down people always Vain new life,
strength and vigor- from th,-ir use.
Try themru. Ati-fact'n guarantIed
by G(arrett & G ri,-. Price 5)0 cents. 2
The Queen's Will-Her Fortune Kept
in the Family-Nothing
Given to Charities.
Lndodn, Feb. 5.-T'le lttest ru,;nr
regarding Quetn Victoria's will is that
it bequeaths 140,0W^4 pounds each t. the
Duke of ('onnaught, Prince (Christiau
of Scbleswig-Holstein. Prinea I T.. eso








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every day of the term, unless pre
vented by sickness. Many pupils are
absent one day in the week, on an av-
erage. This is a loss of 20 per cent.
No business man or farmer would ex-
pect to succeed with such a loss. How,
then, can a pupil lose so much and
yet succeed in his education. He is
not accomplishing anything, and he
will do nothing worthy of the name
until he comes regularly.
The -,: !; .-nnial report of Super-
in', a ts shows that out of
evIry o. .tired pupils enrolled .,
the wIl .. : o')s of Florida, oti;y
isixt-, ::., -ndl every day of the
tterln i .'. : er '.
I'i- :. l! waste of tinle
:;; t'l....r i L*'.- tite parents be
itIroi-'. I : : awl thi.- per-
centI I I A i t :!, .ln he raised
fron ?-i.x y iglht :* Ini. a' l'+:-i.
I'.r,; .- l r -h)nuld e:'i" it-in selvt. to
see that the D'reci:U4 .u-eedl time of
youth is not spent in half doing what
should be done with soul, nruid and
s-' in the catU-e of edu. nation.
Ytl Tl r ,y i.. ;!-:d-ti: f'tiriy -'.ll With t
Vt-ry ii, itmi -Idut i ti.,l ibtut thit n lir

Says He Was Tortured.
"I sutlered such pain from corus I
could hardly walk," writes H. Rob-

The executive committee of the
above organization has arranged for
the annual meeting this year to be
held at Miami Wednesday, March 20.
The committee decided to invite
Gov. and Mrs. W. 8. Jennings to be
the guests of the association during
this meeting.
The following subjects and asign-
ments were decided upon, viz:
President's address, JW. White.
"Newspapers, Past and Present,"
John M. C(aldweil, Lake City Index.
"Influence of the Press on Public
Moral," J. 8. Gelger, Eustis Lake Re-
"To what Extent Should the Week-
ly Newspaper Seek to be a Reflector
and to What Extent a Creator of
Public Opinion?" John B. Johnston,
Dade City Democrat.
Annual poem, Tom F. McBeath,
Florida'School Exponent.
"Fe'-d. Advirtisinr." Frank Walnole.

[1raneh of Comutvrerial Banik,.lavkm v.0 "111ts .,VOrFirnuz, Corporat ions anilhd ii
P' '.iunt Attentiontoil o'l Bu.-in,'s~.- E-ur.
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- B st Mea. i the ity I

Oysters in Every S yle !

Rates Very Reason:- ble

S Magnolia Street Ocala For;d3


J. P. GALLOWAY. F rop.

Liquors, Wines, Beer, Cigars.


P~n :~'.1S t'-tia1ietory Service As.4urk-'i~r'l 1.~-''

Ocuai". V a

AlsoSuccessor to Yankee Novelty Works

Rough nd I i ishiii Lumber, M A tels

Scho I Desks, C.hurch 1 e;is,
'jal Suits. Kitchen Tables- 1 il d Safe's. Mlldin s-. Turil \\" k.
Scroll S wi. Lath. Shind-,l Etc.
EstLnAits proAmp)tl i'urnished.


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I as )iV only to we tifeM" Wut the dlini
tht ru i t-hi r allytic is Ut ru'iA Uc''1 1
.si'le 1ratiwn, hutthe is'up4,l-o.'grupihyi u-'
left for o m-r leaorf.v, H(wvr

Sche-lute efTect:~-e N x'

-a r-; l'oyt Ta mpa. Ta in -a1 J- i.--a
-ng with Col, nial '. .I-
land." fur IS. sten. I()n!, #'r' q'I -.:'-
N'O. -,. Atlantic C-,at Liexp 'r, .-
with train,-, ron -i mU wint,4 :n -rIa
nerctions made ff~r all poztarim t!:,-Cao-'s


By the


Of Others.

Wear the

Best Make.





[Contributions for this department Way be
sent to Miss MEtta Hancock. Archer. Fla., or
W. F. King, Bronson, Pla ]

Some people seem to think that the
entire success of the school depends
upon the teachers. This opinion is
only partly correct. Every pupil
should attend school promptly and
regularly. This lies with the parents.
If they see that the children arise in
time, do their morning work prompt-
ly, and get ready for school, then it
follows that those pupils will be in
their seats when the opening exercises
begin. Then no valuable time will be
lost by coming in late. It is the im-
perative duty of parents to see that
this is done. Likewise, they should
see that their children attend school

or things, Mr. Smith says:
"Now, gentlemen, I propose to offer
for sale a formula for making fourteen
different colors of paint from salt wa-
ter marah mud, at a cost of 15 cents
to $1 per hundred pounds. Theee
paints made from marsh mud can be
seen at my place of business for your
Paints made from:nmarsh :mud aie
indestructible, being rendered into
carbon which is not affected by air or
water, and cannot be dissolved by any
Known liquid. But paints are not the
only things I can make from marsh
mud, as I can demonstrate to any in-
telligent, chemically or mechanically
turned mind, that it will make vitri-
* fled sidewalk and street paving, ma-
terial for stores, bath tubs, cooking
utensils of all kinds, buckets, fence
post-, all colors of brick for building,
telegraph and telephone poles, glas,
etc. It also proluees a carbon paint
oil, which is superior to linseed oil and
gives a harder and better finish, and
only costs 12 cents a gallon at the
highest, while linseed oil costs about
66 cents a gallon in large quantities."
Stops the Cough and Works Of th
Laxative Bromo Quinine Tablets
cure a cold in one day. No cure, no
pay. Price 25 ,'.nt.. .
We do not sell goods at cost, but do
seli goods a.4 ':heap or ,hdi-aper than
those who ad .-rtise that they sell at
cstr. Try us and save money Ty-
,ins, (' Co. t

f Tbe Wob" MWe'Sv ies
e umsally Indigestion, wbich me-st.
no petite, deepkmnesse, irritahtlity
wearlde of body and brain. Ir.
Loyal Ford's D3speptieide is a P-v
and perfect cure. It aids !'* t,,,
F tones and regulates the stomacb. m
WVArrD-Two reliable travo-liwh
kJsmen in ea'h ?:te; p.rumnanent
pOsition; salary and t-Xin" '*" t-xp.
rlen'et not absolutely ePw*-ntial .,lI-
dress Carolina Tole-r',- V.,rk-
Greensboro, N. C. -lI

The Famous Atlanta >rti.-i.? N

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Highest Award Diploma of H--.
Established I 1 .

These Famous Glawsss for ai+' ,.-

Eyesiiht Tcestt"1! F,-,
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S.. t ti;: wrong aloe i, bound
S-- .,-,*,- ,i in dreamland c. er the way.
I.. .n t prtbon s now the fiery fray.
S u!- t teak the rod to rend the veil.
,. the teasz from faces wan and pale,
7- make the mans blest as now the few,
S;:'o.t "ht Liv. make free that Truth is

pau-e or fal t by th-: way.
S *..~ ht t : *-.e, for i I; the fle-ting day.
'.r.h- .. have een the light
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There is an organizfitii in the
United States known as the American
BRtr As-c,:.iatioin.
SIt is made up prin.-ip.illy (of mrii-
nent lawyers of New York, Philadel-
phia, Boston, Princeton and ilher cit-
les of that section of our I'ion. Its
meetings are generally held at Sara-
toga, the fashionable resort of Amer-
ican millionaires. No meeting of the
association has ever been held south
of the Potomac nor west of the Missis-
This association made the celehra-

tion of the one hundredth a :=iver-
sary of the day on which John Mar-
shall was made chief justice of the
Supreme C(ourt of th- I'ti:,.-i States
a inotaIld e ''vent ii; 'ii> i:ie
li i th ,e it t ,,e i., ry.

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I tud'.tot ry. l-','r i::-t:i:,2.e, IIo:!. J mn,.
E. IHlartrifl.- -aild in his speech at tile
Jak-o-,Vilit- btanuiiuet that Marshall
gave the first authoritative ,declara-
tion that the tiplrelie C( o'ort hid lthe
right anmld | Aer to t-cllari't ar *-' of
conlgres.. a a iolatit ,f the ous:itu-
tion. anud vid, and, in the I'-.itfd
SStters vs. Jt.Ilgt. Peters, held that leg-
islation of the States could not annul
tht Judtimuenwts of the United States

('oum'i-. andl supp.nrtt-'d his vie,..- with
a I."z'!Itat was 'tAiusw..rahlke H'.

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n1Iat Ililt he G( ardIeno iti Edeu, and !ran
*,3.3 ai)13' 1i3 .OW!,thwthe !i.'torike linet3, itit.lut-
33~in.: ho ixiistakeS 1mUdte by Ntflfuchhd-
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prc.ident of 'he United States disregarded and
>'ie.l the decisionn of the United State,- Supreme
Cnu:t, mad, thr-'u h M.r.-.hal's in;itence, be-
ca-.-e lhe )lie '._ u that deri-ont ti, h'e illtgil and

Thi.i irilliaut (Georgian gives the
following wariiilg to the southern
members ef the Bar Association:
Bat I uubrnit that here in the monthh while we
may respect the personal integrity and pro-
ressional ability of John Marshall, we should
not educate the public, and especially the youth
of the land, into the belief that Marhallism is
political or historic truth.
Among other significant paragraphs
in Mr. Aiken's article the following
should be particularly noted:
If Marshallism is right.'then Lee should have
been hung, Jefferson Davis legally deseied the
scaffold, and every Confederate soldier from
Manassa. to Appomattox was in law a rebel de-
scrving death.
The following is his peoratiotf, to
whit.h we direct the special attention
of our dei 'oratic readers:
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k n-. m e., the ticrt ,-i :a c ich l'illstic .111,nt
S .:r /.i', -.':: w ert a :!l I:nt k. n 1 1 tl eI r ias-
te :I ,-:\-', :..r, in tO e :t!ted c.n e of raddle-
','r., Fa.v a:-d Co. let Mr. Ju.-tice Little reineim-
her that:, according. t,. John Marshall. his life-
tun:c 'onceptioiin f the constitutionn is an airy
dream let Mr. Justice Fish remember that. ac-
ca-ring to John Marshall. the theory held by
himtelf'and his kin-,man as to whert:e .legiance
fir-t laiy u :-, : -all t rroneo u. let Mr. Jtu-tice
Lewis re-inimber thatt :tcor'ling t- j.1hnl Mar-
sha .. the br:iliant tiaivly of which he is one
h:;ive t'e'n a: a' onn aLtakenf in their political
t.hli.. g ,t t Mr. J ;tic.'-"CI) rb emnieriber that.
acc,'rdini tO J hn '",:, hi,, i"'.nstrit 3s'h-
-r. v!, -7. r- 'ht'ld ;h:, -.;- I'AxlV i:1 i
LT. : -n an. tns .~;i:'. .l d uncle, who

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Ladies' W\l
n-l-,t delighi
lock. The
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ris, while
a.warit a f to

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Whist Club.
ri-.1 la f t tt'tloolm ithe 'Xoul n g
li-t CIO,1) xva- euitertaimied
Itful 1..,. y X it I' a l il

3~'.li) 13; i "i', a hlii-ra f ae

-ha li-I'its WV.'el" -' -I'Ve(1

k n a,24 Ho'urs 'a Day.

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-,tv t~port ti er3 o th
u'3 3 33. ~tto~i
Leveore.4 at ei, es.3fl

A Youthful Murderer.
Messrs. Hubbard and Hood are op-
erating the Crown and Crescent phos-
phate mines and they tell us of a very
youthful attempt at murder that hap-
pened there a day or two ago.
One of the colored men working in
the mines has two children aged re-
spectively one and four years. The
children were left alone the other day
when the older one went to a trunk,
took from it. his father's pistol and
went to the crib where lay his baby
brother, cocked the weapon and delib.
erately fired at the little one's head.
Fortunately the bullet passed through
several folds of a quilt which spent its
force and may prevent the child's
death-the bullet, however, struck it
in the temple but did not penetrate
the skull.
In youthful depravity this child, we
think, is entitled to wear the oelt.

E. C. Smith.
The albove lnamcd gentleman has
b -en a citizin f Orila for many
years, and is well known to i io't of
our reader's.
Mr. Smith ha.4s re,'ently purchasedI
the furniture and undertaking busi-
ness of J. A. Pittman & Co., and in-
tends to make a suncess of it.
In order to familiarize himself with
all branches of it, he has taken a
course of embalming lectures, and
feels entirely capable of giving satis*
faction in this line.
He has recently purchased an as.
sortment of coffins and burial outfits
to suit all classes of people.
He has also added to the furniture
Stock and invites the general public to
give his stock an inspection.
Pneumonia Can be Prevented.
This disease always results from a
cold or an attack of the glirip and may
he prevented by thef t.imnly use of
j <"ha n l;rlaie t (',,tz it K il- -iy. That
1wasex'.nli\tly i,- iol iiurmng ti'- epli-
'd'-mi',s of LM ,(i'iipp, X, tlie p,'i:,t f,.w
yv.tir-.: and i)'] :t I k'. ev''.r
t ow en rtI,-r' r l tl>:i t I ii.l I ,; !'V('<'),'"-r <"1'
that rt7-u lt.M l iii lh itip i llut i:i, whiil'I
sl)ow'4 it to :' 'tl r tall *.!'evt- titive
of that dahttger<;t-ou disease. ('lIhanber-
lain's ('oughi Riem.dy has gained a
world wide reputation for its cures of
colds and nopoly Drug Store. in
Misses Potter Entertain.
The card party given by Missws
Nellie and Valeta Potter on Wednes-
day afternoon was one of the very
pleasant events of the season.
The prize, a beautiful brass clock,
was won by Miss Ethel Sinclair.
The sore carts were ulusually pret-
ty, an< the r',freshtimn-nts dainty :;i,

Th-se prrsinlt w,.ro Mr. ('.t-t,, ^
.1rs. N w-oi,. ~\,r lenlid !<,'. !: .

Maleon. Mi>e. SIn.lair' 1-Wk, !*-\
.e t y, 1ir-i ; at''.,l** ." r .\o.;<,l w' "
M (Il ,at.i, W\ t :..a. nt ('r' I.. .
Platt, (;ary an:lt Ilrmi-.

You Know What You Are Taking
\Vhenp. y.) take' S*iill Tl'imi'', IPe.-;.tt-ie the f,,rmuiiu1 is
plainly printed o)n every ibottlp, Show- |
Sill,: that it is -lu tply [fon ;"'a l o'i'-

Slaippoe.* Ageunt.

v1 v.- i' f'r all F I rida Pro-
i- .'. .'t .. 'i3 .'' l I.t:dem ai d at present
for new Fji;ridla Syrup. C'lay IPea. and
' '. : V -n1mW Q.

Quotations on Request.
Correspondence Solicited.

E. L. GROSc,

Rtie;n' -x :'.i: Natniunal Bank. any
ra:;-a ia: t or wh, >esal.- merchant ii the
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We have now on hantld tor.i YARDS OF WASH

-I1LKS. of every imaginable fancy figure. various

width., which \ve are ..lling at prices ranging

from 25' cents to "! a yaril. This line is not an old

.helf-worn stock. but of new ar.d up-t.o-diate- designs.

We cordlially invite th.' ladies of Ocala and Marion

county to come in and insp.'ct thles ga)ods and see

that they comprise many genuine Itlar-ains. We

also have a large and well selected lin vof Ladies'

Ready-Made Garments.

Come and see us before buying.

i mmm

Arti-Monopoly DrugStore, Spec'I Agts


Commission Broker,

Mlnutl:aEtu'irer. Merchant and

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FnA HA S, Zltor.

Hon. George D. Tillman, of South
Carolina, i9 dead.
There is more in the manner of giv-
ing than really in the giving.
There is a great deal of difference
between a copy and an imitation.
In recipes, for happiness goodness
must always be the principal ingre-
Where love has made a home is
the sweetest and most hallowed spot
on earth.
A woman's love is often a misfor-
tune; her friendship is always a boon.
Resolve to perform what you ought;
perform without fail what you re-
North Carolina granted last year
more than two hundred and fifty
charters, mostly for cotton mills.
If the prosecuting attorney is cor-
rect, Chicago stands convicted of be-
ing the most criminal city in the
Mrs. Nation refuses to play in "Ten
Nights in a Barroom." Nothing leis
than ten barrooms in a nignt will do
for her.-Atlanta Journal.
The only true royalty of earth is
pure and exalted manhood and wo-
manhood. Purple robes and glitter-
ing crowns do not make nobility.
The last issue of the Belleview
News-Letter was a "woman's edition"
and was in every way creditable.
Mrs. E. E. Bush was tditor-in-chief.
Mrs. Nation, in her demolition of
the barrooms, claims that her weapon
is the tomahawk-so that still leaves
the "youthful (George" as the hero of
the hatchet.
"De women oughter work: dat's so;
for ef it hadn't ben for Eve wt.
wouldn't uone of u- ha' lien 'bleeged
to work 'tall." Is UuUle Wti'nus'
philosophy correct? "
The Cihinlse have a pretty provyro,
which azy-,: "*You cannot prevent the
'Uirdks of atliidne.s fro,:i l uig over y. tur
head, but you nav, prleVt-ent ltttfn flo
ttopling !o uimld nt iIIn Ytur hAtir.'
A million di|r- wel liivl tId iui
out cetltury villal anouut to ,ovr .1l,-
oN,o,)oL . other, lI:ant'. wvill -!.tul ,l l lr,,k n, .
Thet'r i < L-ng; r in (t ) muci,','} moli, y
$avaunltuih lit-. -ta ui.ero thliift who()
-teal lil il>l bii,,uivi<- t l inilm' to
tratk tlii* '-is. Tiii i i1.^n i-> ttn c. -
lH rt, anit lit> tdiniil", \-ol.m i .- .i ] *, :
if hi .cun l car'ry i! awrA". *r''- ...

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Al' .1L!% 111'':t 4[4 i I
0t' li'' il thai

.A hnvt I w aldiid I \a.- a- (t i-I ,at.e( i.n
San Franis i-.) N-w Year's- niTht. A
couple wer,. utAitiI ni nmarri:ge* while
theclo.k was -trikin i tih.. midnight t
hour, in order that they imiaih' claim ;
to lie thie las" pir P wetdled during- the
nineteenth ce'tita'ry and the fir.-t of
the t wentli h
Tl'here are tihirty t lu factt'ries in the
'United States. Tlh-vy have an invest-
ed capital of $a2n.I,d NM, aul pay in
wages nearly $4thl,(4MON annually. The
majority are situat -A in New York
state. The others are in M:tss:tchu-
setts, Pennsylvania, Louisiana ad;1
South ('arolina.
W. 1. Yancy, Paducah, Ky., writes,
"I had a severe case of kidney disease
and three of the best plihsicianis in
southern Kentucky treated me with-
out success. I was Induced to try
Foley's Kidney Cure. The first bottle
gave immediate relief and three bot-
ties cured me permanently. I gladly
recommend this wonderful remedy.
Anti-Monopoly Drug Store. InI

Geborgi: led tilt IUnited States in
textil, nMill building last year. North
Calrolintl was a elost' s coud, and
South Carolina was third. Cottonu
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AOTHER CA OF i F. F LL. Our *ilef r t* 90..
i Without meaning the least disre-
It does not matter what Mr. Bryan spect for England's deceased queen,
says, nor what he does, he is always or her loyal subjects in any part of
displeasing to our very bilious con- the world, Mr. Those. W. Loyless, in
temporary, the Toledo (0.) Blade. the Atlanta Journal, thinks that in
The Blade's articles about Mr. Bry- the tear shedding business the Amer-
an sound very much like the nursery ican press and the American pnlpit
rhyme: were gushing to the point of snob.
I do not like thee, Doctor Fell, bery.
The reason why I cam not tell:;
But this alone I know full well. That she was, he says, like thous-
I do not like thee, Doctor Fell. hands of other women who lived and
Mr. Bryan names his paper the died during her time, a good woman,
"Commoner" and the Blade sees in it goes wedith t saying cehilrtainl was e
at ouee great evil. The Blade, in- devoted mother and lived to a ripe'
deed, wants ro more conclusive evi- old age-and either of these last
deuce with which to prove that Mr. three accomplishments entitle any
Bryan is a very low type of the dema- woman to the veneration and praise
gogue, ,nd it proceeds to say that it is of posterity.
But whenever a good woman dites
his purpose to array country against the American press and pulpit are not
town, the farmer against the mer- always drowned in tears.
chant, the producer against the con. Mr. Loyless adds: "I am led to ask,
summer, the buyer against the manu- without disrespect or prejudice, wbat
faeturer, and a whole string of things, was there, in all truth and hon,,y
facturer and a whole strin of thingsand in the light of history, in Queen
the least of which is pernicious and Victoria's career, aside from certain
bad. womanly virtues (except, of course,
The Blade says there are no "com- the glitter and tinsel of a throne) to
mon people" in the Inited State-- justify such cloud-reaching eulogies
that they are allon an equality, as "the fairest flower that ever grew
that they areon the ste of English civilization,"
Let's see. ,"a sovereign whose inspired power
The republicans delight even now, widened all the realms of the human
siuce it has assumed the purple robes hea-rt," :1"' -rand+st example of no-
of imperialism, to refer to Abraham b!, .4 ,i that ever live-l," "no-
S .. -i. wo:maniliet iwom I of
Lincoln as belonging to the "common : t"ie o greatest wo'n ,,
ptple." 1i tl i," "the great',st 'licenl!
people.'' t .. *r lpon Engl-atl's throne,
Why do the republican newspapers :. :. rd atnout the great
love to do that? Was "old Abe" a won, ,": .v. an.'ient or intml'-rn,
low type of the demagogue? Did hi :t.t eIlJ .. -.lpaeiker iof
incite with envy and malice one cla s -. .h Great." .
against another class ? I *. i ,
class? 1K in p :441 .
The republicans alo delight to refer .\i;! ',r. L. .- _t t ..- -- he
to Thad Stevens as the "old corn- eli ir.als in the Fi ridla tsp pers
moner." Why do they invest his iior heard the sermoai. in the FIo>ida(
memory with a title they thix'k so en-
dtariing ad one s:) befitting him. ** *.*.* *.*.*.*.*.-**.**.*.**.*.
If there are no "coii)mmoii eple" in, j
this country-that class wb'h)i l- *
New l'e..tanient -a lhc.rl (iri-'i j
"gladly"--why d,.- tihe repul; li. :t:N *
press bestow the term, "Commin:i r.' \h
as a t,,,-mpliime t upon tho-e grc,;., *.

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' E O LEY'S Honey and Tar cures coughs
and colds, hoarseness and croup,
bronchitis and la grippe.
Pleurisy, pneumonia and con- the worst
sumption are prevented cases, are al-
by Foley's Honey and ways relieved by
by Foley's Honey and Foley's Honey and
Tar. Asthma and Tar, anl in the early
consump- stagcr it cures them.
tionIThe proof that it ha.: thel-e things
is on file with yo.r dr:iggist. We guaran-
tee it to do all th s.e things.
Note: There is nothing -i:ta g.',l or 'jU-t the -anre" as
Folev's Honey ani Tar. although there ar..: -sstixta.i on which
dealers make more profit
BANNER SALVE cures piles. It's z,'-ed.

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Will Tallahassee Go Back on Her

the-se 'artm.,lt' it 4aj t.-!-t ioS(, I tl de-
Juaztds-an i a-wtr:
11, a long :rie oa I dl~r''III 11
coh~aittai..aj llii 1t ieTincs. Ut ion
Andl(' l,.tzti, the Tailahiassee.a i asks,
"Slui-ll we rvmoijuej-2' -,t hetuf
Vkors- a .-pariate :mti(d elti'lv C ew state
bAiidingi- ill ,dditjijinl to the (),(,a'i
to. ai

SLet's see. W\Vre we not told that
if we would vote to retain the ,capital
at Tallahassee that no repairs would
be tit-edt'd at the capitol? And did
we not so vote.' We certainly did.
Were we not shown picture s of a
stately a (d complete building, and
told that it was entirely ldtujuate for
the needs of the statc ? \ e.*rtainul
\Vern \. e nti t ;,.-urt-lr thl r nl o ,Cx-
lveuse woult bI h, ustry tr l,ro-vidke
additional r, .;l f,) r state 'tiniiet.
or !t gislativ., ',int itte s? Ti r ic

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Ye :o 's cottoni crop of s:# outill, wol-I i
''ii the farrms tal, tit Shl I II4Iwill lat.
worth five or six tionts a is t-iI h
tinio it F'-U('ies till its(otlIi-timer-i after
!Iaaiaiptiation by li<,(14,I04 lttillt..,
Of timsespi-'dletiu t--i S. n)Ut hi erjtat 'S
but 4; IIUN. Rttisin-4, thrt'c.fmou!..t,
orfv tl.4.uppoiy ofra cotnillhaO-
'world, the Soutjt fI:,Irl Set 'A~ll'-Ill
()i'-.ith 4itscrP (op 1141 sa nhl ot
thle liauaiuafac't.r, al1''fit? '. Il
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8-m"up ftom this horrible malead
arly a-'lv.ys iberit it-rot necemarily
ipm the parents, but mny be from ame pnc t .or, for Cancer oftel =am
through ewvral -insim. Thisdeadly
putoaw may lay doant in the blood Kor
S or until you meach middle life, these
i0hef ti little ma eor ulcer makes its ap
r-or a mwllek gland in the
, or a e other part of the body,
ives the first waruag.
To cure Cancer thoroughly and perm.
gently all the poronous v s must be
ilimnmated from the blood-every vesmV
iA it drive out. Thi S. S. S. does, nd
a the only medicine that can reach deep.
ated, obstinate blood troubles like ths.
Wheu all the poison has been forced out
at the system the Cancer heals, and the
diseae ever returns.
Cancer beginsoften in a small way, asthe
following letter from Mrs. Shirer shows:
A& mall pinmplecme on my taw about a i0tac
tmow the eareo.the left side olmylace. Itssw
me timpain or acouwen-
te1. 4ad I should have
aKott aruebot it dit t
Ut-bettotiaflmead J --
le. ther omb o a h ble
wod4 dmt eal. Thb
eraan dr sometime.
wbhen my jaw bap mto
Owefi. become oyr -
-ara. The c aser be-
wasar em ame as
Iai dlar.mbe rleaVI
of a S.. and determia-
ed to le it a fair trial,
ea4 t a ewwaekhte -
wft a womeiTful effect
t hdlfrom the vrybeginutr: themire begante
batand4 after taksin a few battles disappeared
eatnely. Tbiswtwoyearsago ; their arestill
*. *o oaf ee CaaCer. and my gentril heatib
. flaes .-MaS_ .. sKSt c.. La Plata, Mo.
e na m ais the greatest of all
S blood purifiers and the
only one guaranteed
uly vegetable.
witeor our ree book on
Cancer, containing valuable and interest-
" ing information about this disease, and
wnteour hysiciansabout your case. W4
make no v'arge for medical advice.


Proceedings of the Board of County
Cormmissioners-Soeglar Session.
Sh'AI.A. FLA., Feb. 4, I94,.
.A at r,.gul.:r meeting of the l,,utrd
,*, .n' ,m-lmti i--ioners held Mobi-
t.. l-'-:u.ry 1, l, the f-.ll6o iitg
s. m't'.i- vt- pr restlnt: \V. E. Ailha,
e', !, :ulil 01 i. ,' .1 ". i! r !i. D. I. M ,rga n
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Andeion appeared before the
w a committee from the
8awem Court, and extended the
of the officials of Paid court
board for the accommodating
holding maid term of court in (
On motion it was ordered tl
comptroller be recommended
dues the valuation of lots 1
Dillard'e sub of Summerfield,

than ks
to the
ons for
hat the
to re-
and 9,
for tax-

es of 1897, If98 and 1899 from $500 to'
The board then adjourned until
Tuesday morning.
TtES'AY. '
Board uet. All members present. I
Commissioner Long submitted con- |
tract f..r hbcoks, stationery, etc., with
the Marshall and Bruce Company,
which was, on motion, approved.
On motion it was ordered that tihe
cl-rk he retquested tf1 prepare a tinati-
cial statt-ment for it, x* nmee*tinc, of
the hard.
The el rLk was requs 1 to prepare
all itemized statement of thie Ietiti-
unate .os' uof holding the termn of the
'nii,-d Siates Court in O.ala, to lie
presented :, the city of (,-ala for pay-
ment of one-hnlf of such exp tnses.
The town of Anthony wa,, ordered
paid $32.77 on aeeiouht orf 1S. ro-,l
D. II. Hluniiiiriit was ordered p.sid
R$.Ilf, the halamnc of $cIfn r ward of.
err.4 f r conviction o4 niurdh r. r (.f
Ira 0. Arms
I t>l of f' rr nian !v <;iirabltsvi!i e
was tixid at tif'). It w.;% ",is>t ,.r
dlered that the time t'at travel-i.:s
may lte detainiedi lse fixed at thirty
nlulti'es, amid that said ferry 'e It,, t
oli,-n from sutirise until S p. ni., :;il.i
that the charter granted to Alleni (;ii-
..)i at last mieetingt tE ,e for ose y, t :ir
from that date
On motion it was .ordered, that .1. 1,'
Wilde-r. ju-tice of tlh. plae of ,'i,
trict No, 7I lte notified to app-arl I,-
fore this hioard at its next imeetinlg to,
show eaus., why legal procee -inl-I
should not Is- institut-d against I1:,'
for tihe cos'. in tile *n'se' of the .'t t, t '
Florida :gainist Jo;iis le-nnt-dy.
It- ids Eof J. K. Mixs.,n ail J. I..
i'tiu 'k,-r, r,:old ov-, r.-, ,-, \WIr *l-lrp\'-, .1
()i a ioEt no it W ,H- (,r> r1 1, ',a 't t l .
.I. I ('trn -y ee- .ail $ ) f ,r .- 0 '
's t. in Sie ; -..-r "-|,'l' rad.
I'. tii,,ini f. r -r a I l i i -ro i<. fr'n.ti
0tal to, Ai;tl,-ityv w r r'r. n' i
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680 for State000906o 0 otf ouNtt
A meeting of the county commis-
sioners of Florida and the Good
Roads Amsociation of the state will be
held in the city of Jacksonville on
Tuesday, the 19th day of February, at
10 a. m., for the following purposes,
To perfect its organization by the
adoption of a constitution and by-
laws; receive new members from
counties not heretofore affiliated with

it in its conventions, and to receive a
typewritten report from the delegates
from each county, giving the number
of miles in length, feet in width,
inches of depth, of MacAdamized
roads that have been built, together
with a description of the grade estab-
lished, the character of the material
used, the kind of msehiuery used,
the kind of labor employed, cost per
day for same, and how convict labor
compares with free labor, and cost
per mile in constructing MacAdam-
ized roads.
As county commi-sioners, in their
official acts, come in contact with de-
fective laws, and discover the neces-
sity of additional laws for the publie
good, the various delegates, after conu-
ferring with their respective boards of
county commissioners, will note andm
report such statutory laws as they lhe-
lieve should be amended, and foru-.
I ste and submit to the atssowiation
such additional laws as they thi.k
should be enacted into law; in partly:
ular, laws in refer,-nee to assessrutis
iand o.illte-ti)oni of tax,'s aind licen -.
s:tle, redemption and cancellation of,
tix .-rtifli'tates. And al., mmakin,_ ,f
pI't- t. ald surveys of thlie lands i
te tel county, 4) ena,'le the tax as! .-
,)rs to iuitellien'!y pwrfo)rin their df;
ries, aind to a *'nd to such other It-i-
i:ies as may properly come before, t:.-
Th,- variou- b >r:.s tf c unty t'!i--
tlis' ilonersof the state are eares-' iv
requested to setnl at least onte of th* Ir
numlboera ts a d'-le-'tte :- ; Ia :t;Itel- i.
getieral thiAt will ,ie co.tsiilered v.ill,
to s'fTU9 extent, apply to all thef ouuJ
:its, specially ti-. nia!t-r of t.iiinu-
lating a bill to be enacted into lNw,
gradiug the different qualities ',f
inatnio k andtl pine lh ais of the statc,
and Iixing a tilforlnt value pon eaR-h
.r:ul t- o tfixed throughout tihe state.
The various reioai flieials hlavin.
tI:!r:1 i.t1- tI! "' -s- i 4i' s-' s tIt to our l ir"t
,"'iivet tiolln l-.i i' O()r tTo-lo l-.rlih
21!t to the -;.2 I, t--mi t.-ritlg their g ,>.i
will andm % ;linvint-s. to co-operi',te
ivit! a ti' ill- i lI tl'tr"i to baild g(I.,i
!- u.' :t t al!,)t: -'!i IHt m ,'. ,,t', hi ,lt -, uI to
ii', tll, tlty x. theill o -iv\e t' :
fare' .rf < ii ..... i r nilib -;, h w y. 1
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My *2,oo Rye or Bourbou at .... ..................$1,75 My $4 oo Gin at.... ............... ... .. ........
My .5o 0 ......... ... .... 2oo Mvy 2.oo North Carolina Cotin at............
My 3,00t .... 2.56: My 2,5o ** Mt' Dew Corn at.. 2
My 4.00oo .... .... 3coMy 3.00 ** ** ... .
My 2 oo Gin at ........ ........ .... .75 My o ** ..
My .a ........ .o 00 My 4.ooNew England Rum at................
The Jug a 'd Keg Trade Made a Special Featurer
In sending your orde's always send enough to cover the ccst of jugs. Half-gallon jugs. lo0
-.galnon jug. l5c; -alon jug, 25": 3 gallon jug, 35c; kegs, 1.
I sell more whiskey and better whiskey than any house in Florida, because I give gnodhboo
-t good' and full measure.
A ti' i: order w:i convince you that"we are the people." Termscash with the order.
nxous to a e. F. EDWARDS.


\\ i1rr 11 all !rades of VWagons. Buirles.
- I I .-A l ),111 l Hlarness. Etc.. in stock at a'l
1'11 (' W V,1 '.- a larger ;and more varied stock
t' l ':.i .ver ,I,.'-re. and a more up-to-date line can
^- ,, i, fttinI ii ,r near Octla. O)ur et" is ',
e r b tter tlian anybody evseIs e's-t." ()ur leading
buggiet are the Columbus and larnesville;'our
b est wagons are tlh White Hickory and Owens- Ut
boro. These names are sufficient. We carry ve-
hicles with solid rubber and pneumatic tires, in
very pretty shapes. Lap Robes, Horse Blankets,
Whips. Piece Harness, Etc. Our prices are the
lowest in the state.


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~v ~t C i -1-n i1 Lemocn or the flard) Citrt irrifo1 ata M
Fine Trocs -FrflM-lCHIT PREPAID -Low PricesAi
Or;%nr e.:.t r ;,~ nt.s -c.buddilAdupou Citrus Trtel' eta ':ti' in the
A e-umplett li-ie eof Nu:-'.ry 4s-tk. '.s1I b a ried fo~r Flo~rida *"d the I w!.wr Aouth. ~
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Thousands Have Kidney Trouble
and Don't Know it.
How To Find Out.
Fail a toile cr common glass with your
water and let it sand twenty-four hours; a
sediment or set-
~t ling indicates an
J unhealthy condi-
tion cf the kid-
y Ai ne-s: if it stains
your linen it is
j evidence of kid-
Sey trouble: too
frequent desire to
S'- pass it or pain in
the back is also
ccnvincr.g proof that the kidneys and blad-
der ate o-t ci order.-
What to Do.
Theoe is co.-fcrt in the knowledge so
of'en expressed. that Dr. Kilmer's Swamp-
Ro:-. :hse [:ea, kidney remedy fulfills every
w.i.h caring rheumatism, pain in the
back. k:in -s. lver. bLadder and every part
cf :hc .:.:Ary -pszage. 1: c trects Inability
to h;iJ v.\:.e: and scald;ng pN:n in pass"ig
it, cr Lad effec:3 following use of liquor.
w"ne crr ar nd ovrcomes that unnle.asant

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lifilt'. I w-A'-ivo 'ec -I.S, c4 1 M \ayv 21.
111 :1 lcliiit.t ~teail:t-' r-o~zar snormal:
\%oo~'e 'rk I :&cITc_ 1) : 1 i'.radt itof ( i niC) 1t v
I t urs' c ,O e Itifi .'iii 5,sl i -its 'e~
~ itavect.-.bvt rpvi- n115tOw EcIJJmunieoi'
lraielts. .).i ~ 'i Ii~t sirates c it
mive fansiilits .-;. '-,ms- tital ro Er.ate ntt
~-the famoitus ?In ssg v. iilie taokj utg
vantagee of th-- mnormmal. Fiat fullai p
4__43__ticular!- adort !-s .1. 11. BlaxNswv.
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Balance inl trva!-surv.....-
Firt- and Forfeiture 1Fund(1-
Rasl ontlast report l

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of livenwt--'aud *V,2 0on aeCmltitt4-fp-1

How to Cure the Grip.
Ilem:in( quietly at hoInte and take
('lamberlain's ('tulh Remedy as di-
recttd and a quick r(.covery is sure to
follow. That reut'-dy counteracts any
teudemty of the grip to result in pont. -
unonia, which is really the only serious
danger. Among the tens of thousands
whio have u-s d it for the grip not one-
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of repulsion against this ,ii1n, :> :,,le
creature,and her countenance coiti.Cc:V
ed, her black eyes fla-hed; in short, her
visage bespoke the tempest which was
in her heart. The young mina. perceiv-
ing the effect his presence had produc-
ed and wishing to change so unfavor-
able a reception. advanced and ad-
dressed her:
"This is a beautiful evening, made-
moiselle, to be isolate i from the --w Ild
and to dream of love. What a del!ght-
ful place! How the trees surround and
screen us! May I sit down by you
awhile-that is, unless you may be ex-
necting some one':"
This unplenaant meeting broke in up-
il C'olette's dreilia Sl h arose to give.
1up1 htTr pli t. I'>t thi-, v l -, not \what
tl,e intruder v.i -:!
-.Youl ;ie !re ot :'"r, ol f i;i !'';" h(1 sk.-

7Continued from last w+ek]
When Prince Metternich brusquely
dismissed the spy after having receiv-
ed his report, he laid out a course to
be followed during Otto's sojourn In
the chateau. lhe bhad arranged that Ot
to should be presented to the Duke of
Iteichstadt. had impressed upon him
the necessity of gaining the duke's
good graces, to wv;-A h all his actions
ani to give w:u'ni'l. in time of the ex
eclti hon of the plot.
Otto lhad no trouble in following-
these instructions. The duke, who w:az
by ui .tirte very amnia'-lo. received pleas
.ivily tliae at;dvai-cs of the spy and sok-,,
hd,.imidL hinm to th'. number of h -
;; :;te frien.dl. :.e pseudo CourtI
.1,, I' stein. w!i!.' -rving the pur
....-. ..- ',f his ii::ste:-. \1.a1\ their projec'.s
'r .,!nin:-!If. The lb'4u:ty f Colette hoad
ni; 't :: eop hi:l:'e:-; : iupon his c,:'
Tru!,! Ii'ini.. a):'i he thou'l ht that hi.s
'uiiirunes with tlhe duke might giveO
'lin f'.i opportunity to Appi)roch herl'
'numl .xec-ute a plan of sediuction v, ihllj
he contemplated. l;ut Cohltte remainedI
within thie cottage of Silvere or In the
-anrd.n where the old soldier cultivated
his roses. To waylay her when she
was taking her daily walk was out
of the question. The presence of the
?ervants rendered such a course not
onl3 ditlieult, but Impracticable. Be-
sides. Silvere was watchful. HIe never
qnited1 his adopted daughter, and at
ni :i ;,ial from her he would have
hase-uied to her assistance, and then.
in .i-e' of his waylaying her. how
(-or:!, ie explain his presence in this
piar t f tle iiark to the old soldier, who
vw'n:tul have luninet'diately punished any
afln 'o toi his adopted daughter?
(<*'** ilght Colv-ite. tired of lier vol-
unt:i'v secluslou. resolved to take a
wai,; the park. It was the night of
r.'i fete mentioned in a preceding
(.hil'. r Not knowing what might
ha;'. :. she wished to visit for the
la-i I;;:1 the park and the solitary
wv...! where, one beautiful spring
wn "-* she had kissed the hand of

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'.,.,.i,.-. \\)< hadl i1CIvAl away, sui-l
tlcnl. s;'c,"t1.. A ftevt tiys before :Y
ot,:!.g T:,.i:n !:3,1 :1i. n there who had
ntti'd lier .luishe:s. lth be ting of hir.
ittart aud had feelingly asked the.
c. aise. His voice *vwas soft and tender.
This n11) w!wl hoad as!:e'd the same
question ii ad her Ireiul'le witli anger
W\ihat a difference!
The crafty wretch who sat before
her on the bench deserved a lesson,
and .hw was the woman to give It to

"I'ardoni mile," tahd sO. "You have
asked if I ami afraid of you. Fear is a
sentiimeUt of which I am Ignorant, for
until now ro man or woman has dared
to insult Lie. 1'romi tli .s moment that
ignorance ceases.. I have received an
affrcnit. and I have but one feeling ini
my ;eairt-w)rofoim.dil conlteIiplt. But be-
fore quitting this woo-., while' youv
cous:ler such a lit ph e o 1;:. i; of
love. I wcth Ii !; .' to l:!:;\ v.-I(o y- ti
.i;,e 0:. l \i 1.. !.:!t : :'; !.; \ .l'; ;; ,!l '* "
lug me nlhout. 1 ;:ii Hut aware that I
have done anythI:;g to encourage you
I would advise you in future to leave
mle inimole:teid. Now is to your iden-
tity. You carry a sword, a mark of
honor. You are therefore a gentleman,
but your conduit causes me to doubt it.
Are you a nv-? Monsieur. I am your

"*ivL .l A i. lln. ,,*' L*i 1 OF NAI'01.l:N -.!ON."

fte duice Iin her anh'~tcdevotion.
U:'t dvotion w>: : all. A PentaImtnt
vf a more t: -i m: ie'Lad take uri-'
11 ( f a'Lee nTht piDty whIa'h
a : r teunfortunate

h i. & tic t I t 4l-i'I- .u-.t foz t".-, rrit t ;,,i
11 h Joy- I.",! T az'

I UcL Is't u.I; e 't -.1 about hit.i',
:I- i'ht-'-~ IK. ly take" leuk
-'- tUe i- I'L n. lad tmnseri'ies tu

e'au-sc'.iher It, rnm- : u ad. A f-V
bi-:;. Iwe-ore I :. i.A Ili- C:-; t'd-e11j4t

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i iuti'!e -e rv. i-"
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' I* I I",lkentiistii iid 'l without further
ot1licit limii ( t.liartedl from the wool' 1.

At 10 o'clock in the morning on the
rt0h of Mn1y Metternich summoned
mount t OttO de I'alkenstein to his cabl-
utt to make fiual arrangements to
tliwart the plot which was to be car-
ried out that evening and to strike a
l,!ow at the meeting of the conspira-
tors. The spy hastened to his master.
a;!d for the first time the diplomat de-
parted from the haughty mien with
which lie had treated his subordinate.
"Well, well," he anld, rubbing his
hands with satisfaction, "this is the
night, this mth of M3ray. that we are go-
Ing to put an enil to the hopes of those
fuols who thluk they a:-o to give us a
'',-onr edtl.iuli of thlie t, .ilre. ;a revised
i:l, ,'orrvcted ev]Itlui. It Is line to



It Wa. o'clock at night, and the
moon had risen, Its soft. pale fight il-
lumining the valley where the old ruin-
ed abbey seemed to be sleeping under
its mantle of moss. At the entrance of
the pass which led to It rode two horse-
men, side by side, silently, absorbed
each la bhis own thought. They were
the Duke de Ielebstadt and the Count
Otto de Falkenstein.
The spy felt that he had reached a
decisive hour. lIe was about to play
his trump card. Up to thi4 ti:;,e. in his
mliichlinatio s,. luck had i' ivoi-el hilii,
but now, at the last moment, hlie trem-
bled lest some iiunforeseen happening
might interfere with his success. lIe
thought of tle I)proiulses of Mctternich
and the reco)pen:ise which! awaited
him. but his knowledge of men and the
contempt he felt for then rendered
him perplexed and agitated. After all.
what faith could be placed in the chan-
cellor? Tlihe disdain which Metternich
had always manifested for him, his
sudden change of humor, the profound
aversion which had often been mani-
fest under his icy politeness, almost
insultIng-nal these things cast a shad-
ow over him at the moment when he
was about to gather tho fruit of so
much pains.
One thought especially distressed
him-lie was a spy, one of those vile
Instruments of whom the great make
use, but whom they throw over as
soon as they are through with them.
The more he listened to such thoughts
the more uneasy he became. NWhat
he feared alcove all things was h!scom-
plicity in that vi:e ac('tun in inltering
the duke's apnrt: nit. T:"" chacelor
of Austria, thu prii,'w cf t!Le Ilo!y I7:n--
pire, had been l.I s:.-., :,,i':;.e'. For <-:',
hour this man had heen, on Ls own
level, when he Lai I'n-. l upn t .,e
mask of one wh, fur -o years
Lad made Euro'pe tvre; ','. It-!elist.a.t
rode on. his head aloft. -1r)ath!ng tihe
balmy evening ai:. LIs thiug ts o auu
entirely different nature. IHe blessed
the liinur \vLO.-cL h' lad so li;ug exp"'t-
ed iaitl i We-Li wv1-4 ,!\. nw flbuut to arrive.
This .i;forw uf au Auzstiian oaicecr.
t!,( !' .. a,'-f n -:iVo. '. w ou l s.. :i
';tt i V. be lu ., ;i, : ,i foot lu
tlh e :" .; ;: lt:e !., :ie':.t ,f luitt;l.
tLoe ih (:: p;-.:u. wlwre I. :;;d pah.-
ed his iWeluanli.;Iy youth. that white
sepulcher in which lie l.ald lived for
20, years, he l!:luh cast an adieu with
all the hatred lihe felt in his heart.
And tomorrow, that tomorrow which
he had so long awaited, the son of the
Eagle, with spread wings, would soar
into space In the presence of battles.
In his heart sang the bugle of armies.
He saw immense plains covered with
soldiers, who were shouting their ac-
c!anmations, with drums beating and
laiiers4 lii t"roo'ps advan'el .u ili the lturnting un.
Sthe t' of steel. :111 i the -',.ind of c n:, n,;l. Ilrea!iiin,if. ia-
sensible to all 'hat was about !!in. tha'
Sson of NaipI(lelo pas-'t ( over thle ro.i!,
hi- on Iylv do.stiny. ,1 A land .-i zi i Is
,ridhnl rein ruecolled hlii i n lit t l
drerami. Silver- >o'-: eo to him. lit had
reachl,d his llsdestination.

AN KXi'.LANAT;;:o.
Preceded by Silvere, ti.e new arrivals
('1n"r'td the chapel, which w.s feebly
lihte,,1 by lamps. Near the ruined
stI! fonmerly '' for imountin-g to
th ie iltar. ; ve-lo;(p d in their
cloakn. stood tl. ;. At the entrance
of the duke they quickly uncovered
anId displaye.l the tignures of soldiers.
Upon seeing lhim thliihr faces lighted up,
but their l)br.s cntraicte'd the moment
they p e' ''il ,d lI;:. oini:a.nictn. Icich-
stacIt. i-tr "e lvi:' lt nd inm rri ,in


A Trlnslation of

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i' -'- 1 \-. Z to i., ;.i :;:tim til. of the
duke, ", .,a I h:,i'l .-,i :'!pi. .1 with
his guest. I int:r- .' 1 to give him the
message which. I 1. ;;I !;.".ln((.I few
days before. at Viev'iui. V ent, red his
room lby a secret passage which S!ve,-e
showed me, and. approaching tile desk
where lie kept his papers, I was about
to lay upon it my letter when a noise
of some one trying to force the door
obliged me to conceal myself I'efore
having placed the letter. I I'eld my
breath and trembled. .!udge of my sur-
prise when by :! p:e light of the
night lamp I .sIawv rince Metternk-h
enter. accom;l)aiitid 1;y this man. Their
presence' in that l,.rt f the chateau
puzzle, i.o not a little. but at the first
words they uttered I shuddered and
grew faint. I st:adie-d myself, for I
wished to hear the verdict which would
put an end to all our hopes. It was
then I Ietarnedi that this spy followed
us from our departure from Paris. Dis-
concerted for a menoeut by our hasty
light, he regained his courage, for for-
tune threw me In his way. Desiring to
know the cause of my presence at
Schonbrunn, he approached me and
the duke, learned our secret and has-
tened to carry it to his master. Con-
cealed behind the hangings, powerless,
suppressing my sobs, I 'felt as if In a
nightmare. When. at break of day, the
two men quitted the place, I had de-
cided upon my course. I had con-
demned the spy aud laid a sn:-r., '
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"For a Repu blic

WVe IMust
Hlaeze Alen."

For a successful business
there must be buyers. A well
equipped store, a well assorted
stock of goods, efficient clerks,
all attract buyers; but no mat-
ter what the store, no matter
what the stock, no matter how
agreeable or efficient the help,
buyers will not be attracted un-
less they know the facts.
Telling the facts in regard to your busi-
newS is advertising. That method which
will tell them to the largest number of
prospective buyers is the best method.

It is obvious that the best
method of telling the facts to




his 'nidece and Wo il
friendship easily. This morning the
dike sent for me to come to his apart-
ments and after impressing upon me
the necessity of discretion made me

promise to accompany him tonight on a
Journey which he proposes to make
frdm the chateau. Now 1 am In the
plot, what do you think, monseigneur'/"
"I am satisfied wVi you." replied th".
prince. "You have Jdayed a dii'.tit
role. I mu :.-t :0omdt that fr !it tfe 1mirt
you \ha:1 lI .ii i 1 t f':: !l J t. -
essary f,,r i- ti i',:'.. Alti ': '-'
orinhte, ,, :; lv- ft xl,. '**
di !onat. f ei,;*;-<. \V !e. tl. y I;^ .,

;i p ro ,l t! "ii :. ;:+ t^ '-y c :+, lid nl 't 1 .,
thiemsenlv have been ;', ..
When the cells of Spielbelwr ,sal!l i.'
upen these aeeursed Frencitniii. whli,
tranquillity stlai Ibeen restored
and when my Imperial charge, disa-
bused and disgusted with all these con-
spiracles, shall have returned to his
obedience dnd a just appreciation that
what he desires Is Impossible, I will
recompense you royally. But before
ending this Interview, if you have any
favor to ask, speak, for I am in a mood
to grant your request."
"Monseigneur," replied Otto, "the en-
comium you have given me is quite
recompense enough for my services.
and the request which I am about to
make will be a new proof of my devo-
tion to your interests. At the park
g;'te, at a cott:igei oc:upieitl by the c-hif
gardener, yon' hVve an enemy who is. ;i
conspirator Y"',1r exce.lle;icy s'(itl t :hat
you hi:ive SpilT'' i.': ini whVich ( p:u'"
the Flr-,11(i .lernals. Let a third 1e
opei-ie to r e I'Cei this other consijiria-
tor f,.rever."
"His name?" Mettrnicl dJlcnand'ed.
"Silvere," responided the spy.
And he departed, gloating upon his
revenge, for, the old soldier once in
prison, his ward would not be long in
falling into the clutches of one whom
she had mortally offended.
0 *

be at my req st, If It seems Im e
disregarding simple prudem e to In
duce a stranger to our secret weti
muSt tell you that I have Invited 1i1
expressly at the request of a young
girl devoted to our cause. I referto
the adopted daughter of my old servl-
tor Silvere."
At the mention of Colette and klarn-
Ing that it was she who advised the
duie the spy trembled. Wihy had this
young girl, who hadl only reason to de-
spise him, who the evening before had
cruelly ridiculed him, why had she
brought him into the midst of a plot
which, thanks to him. would be thwart-
td? llHere was a mystery.
The duke. who feared that the ex-
planation that he had given might be
received with reserve, and realizing
that he might have acted hastily in
honoring with his friendship a man
who had given no proof that he deserv-
ed It. did not remark the terror of his
companion Leaving the spy In com-
pany with Silvere, the duke retired to
a corner of the chapel and began to
converse in a low voice with the two
conspirators. Finally the Interview
was ended: everything appeared to
bare been arranged. Silvere had light-
ed a torch In order to guide the duke
and his companions away, when one
who was not expected made her ap-
It was Colette.
What was the meaning of her ap-
pearance there at such an hour? Did
she come to bid the duke farewell, or
was she Intending to attach herself to
his fortunes? These questions sn:ug-
gested themselves to those present.
Their suspense did not last long. Co-
lette, pale and resolute, turned toward
the generals, who regarded her with
"Gentlemen," she said, "your travel-
ing companion has come to you to ful-
fill a sad duty. Your devotion has led
you to engage In an enterprise worthy
of your c6uTage A d eergiy. FPathful
to your word given at the deathbed of
the emperor, you have done your best
for some years to return the son to the
throne lost by the father. You have
risked your heads and have acted even
rashly in coming so near to Schonbrunn
to rescue the captive Eaglet. But sol-
(diers ignorant of small ways, lions who
fight in the oin field, your work is
destined to disappointment. Your plan
Is known, and in an hour an army will
come to take you and make you p:ay
dearly fur the terror you have ca:(ed.,l
In your project of restoration. Silver,
who is familiar with this place, will
conduct you from the abbey, where
your enemies had expected to find you.
An asylum awaits you, where you may
remain till the storm passes. The fron-
tier is guarded. Your task is finished--
mine commenced."
Turning toward Otto. who listened in
a cold perspiration:
"Arrest that manl! We have still nn
hour. It is sufficient for vengeance."
Silvere placed his hand on the shoul-
der of the spy and bound his hands.
The duke, with his hands to his head,'
dropped upon an oak bench, and the
generals, impassive, waited for Coh-tte
to proceed.
"You remember, gentlemen." she
said. "ou:r departure from Paris. our
rapid journey to Strassburg. the ingen-
lous nuse by whidh we e.scaped tLe
surveillance of thle man wii. shadow 'i
us. A few days after my arrival! I lhad
an interview with mnon,^ igneur t!,?
duke t (C: n.imuniic.te yc:ir [pr,<.u I ..'.ct. *
Uprn hlavin hinm, and .jIu:st as I had
flxi.e ltie ilay and'1 the It':r fr th!r in-
torv!, ",v. \vl:';. v.-:is w ii s: : .; ; r ;i [*t:'-

yeToryoq0 day t w@ UlMN
UMn. ot I hav ,-mtblng to my I
yforumyselM Under the Bspi--e* of
ta emperor, my grandfather. .,u have
betrayed my coafldece In order to OP.
troy me. TYou have watched me s-
cretly. You have done more. You have
destroyed my faith In friendship. a
crime for one who is noble and bears e
On hearing these words SMlv re de-
pa ted from the shadow In r-'iih be
had been standing and exclairndl:
"lie floble, mions.flgneur: Oh. ),no
Listen. The other evemiu.; after sn-
set I was in my garden when I heard
persons speaking. I am not e'-,ictally
curious, but a name they Dpronojunced
caught my attention. They were speak.
Ing qf this spy. They were two valets
speaking Of their masters, and upos
mentioning this tuan here one of tbeq
said he is no noble. no count, and the
sword that be carries Is like his nobi
Ity-a fraud. They also said that be,
was a criminal pardoned from Jail
when spies were needed."
Turning toward Otto, who in bis rag,
was endeavoring to break his cords, he
added. "What do yon think of this,
monsieur le count?"
The player who had lost this game
upon which his life depended stepped
toward his judges, but the duke arose
again and. turning toward the gener-
als, said:
"Do you think that di ath wv.ll te suf-
ficient punishment f"r tC',, tman:
The two soldir-s niOt ila .afl:;ve-
ly. Colette. taking .,ff thc cral-. veil
with which iL.r slilh.udil hair was cov-
ered, miountt-'l the steps of th,_- altar
and covered thlie im.n fix. When she returned,. Silver ald
to the duke:
"Monseigneur, if you desire It, I
think we may put out of existence
this unworthy creature without soiling
our hands with his blood. Below this
church Is a dry subterranean crypt
The monks who formerly inhabited
the monastery, following a custom'
common among certain houses of
Spain and Italy, Instead of burying
their dead in holy earth placed them
in the stalls of the subterranean chap.
el. It is a domain of the dead from
which they are not likely to return.
I alone know of this crypt, and I will
bestow the secret upon you."
And, suiting the action to the word,
the old soldier stooped and drew from
beneath the steps of the altar a crow-
bar and by a slight pressure moved
the stone. The slab removed, a yawn-
ing cavity appeared. Then, seizing a
stout cord at his feet. he passed. it un-
der the shoulders of the spy. Otto,
pale and trembling, saw that his last
hour had come, but was silent. The
duke then addressed him for the last
"If you have any request to make,
any prayer, now Is your time, for, I
regret to say, we have but little time
to spare."
Otto merely shrugged his shoulders.
One of the generals nwa.le a si..:a with
his hand to Silvere. Otto disappeared
in the cavity, and the stone was put
back in its place. It was time. In the
distance was heard the roll of drums.
Silvere had only time to embrace Co-
lette, to press the hand of the prince.
and, seizing a torch, which he lighted
by a l:anmp. entered tlhe secret passage.
followed ly the gener:is.
Somec minutes later Mette'rnich, ac-
coniptniil by the g,.neral coinuinand-
I!n tlet troops, entered the chapel and.
to ti ir great surprise. f 'iund tl;- ,luke
a ;, C'olette s'ttin'.L: on a'n b., ,.n', ',.-noh
c,: : in a cfohvirrat: a; : inere.t-

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Ilutu L) 1,.,ron, Ngw VoriL



Two o leee fteS t O*Smas l goems.
In the d-emoc- y of the dead all
mes sam at ist equal. Tb oe Is neither
rank nor station nor pergative la the
rpuhlie of the qr.,v-. At this fatal
threshold the ipht!ooph. r rases to be
ww anud the ,ang of the poet is sieoUL
Divrt relinquishes his mlilons and
Lazres hi rags. The poor man is as
rteh as the ri-hept, and the rich as
poir as the pamper. The creditor lames
hit u-ury, and the debtor is acquitted
of lii. obligation. There the proud
man surrenders his dignity, the poll-
Uta *au his honors, the worldling his
pleasures; the invalid needs no pbyD-
cian, and the laborer rests from his
unrequited tAil. Here at last is Na-
ture's final decree in equity. The
Wongs of time a dr r esed, inju-
ti" refuted, the unequal distribution of
wealth, honor, capacity, l,.ea4-ure and
opp 'tunity, which mak- life so cruel
and inxiKl*licable a traRe'y, e.-awes to
be in the realm of death. The stroug-
est there has no supremacy, and the
weakest need no defence. The mighty
captain accumbe to the invincible
adversary who disarms alike the victor
and the vanquished.-John J. IngallS.

Gra.e is the forgiveness of nature-
her conmtant benediction. Fields
trampled with little, saturated with
,l>hord, torn with the rutc of canyon,
gnow gi, i't again with graS8 and ear-
nage it, forgotten. Streets aandudoud
bly itri i-.-cone grasa grown like
rural !an- -- d are obliterated. For-
ests d<.Iy. harve.tts perish, flMwers
vaui-hi, li,:" tr.tsw is immortal. Be-
leacuredi iy lthe sullen hostsof winter,
it withiraw.s into the impreguable
f',rtres.s .f it. si.lterraneaan vitality
and emtrge. upon the first solicitation
of spring. Stownu ty the winds tby wan-
deritng tir s., propagated by the sut,-
tie horti<.ulture of the elements which
are i s Iuiti-ters and servants, it soft-
ens the rude outline of the world.
Its tenacious fibers hold the earth in
pi tee, and prevents its soluble com-
1m,. u4ts frIn.u washing into the wa.t-
njig sea. It invade" the solitude of
de-.*r's, -nl s the inaecesible slopes
a ni forbidding pinnacles of moun-
tain4. odifies (.livmait**, at(d deter-
ntL ite the- Ilistory, .har;rA-ter and dee-
t i iy of' litatitayis. ',lo,'rnsive arid pa
ti-e:'. it l.~as int;iort.Il vigor and ag-
.i'*. --i,,'. l i.ti-, 41 fr'-ia the thorough-
fart. it th. fiel., it hi tI -s h Is u ite lo
it.-rt i, ail wVi i g it l i vit'Pe i:- relaxed,
,ir *,' h, rita ty h .l pi .l i-itd, it ilentt-
ii.v I b,-,.:; ,. ', '1.t,>ut ht -ll it \ i1 'vtl,-
,!i .:,t, -. I' I,,.. r. is, l.:1;z.- ry 'of l|l'ititu
t,,, < 4 1 ll: tl ,;s -. willh fragratic-
r it'* uior, ut' i't ho'mii'iy hue is
tt r."- et>l!:tiiiae'ilr L iatr til lily 'r tli-
i ..-. It yvieldis o fruit in tll rthli or
a;ir. **'- y-ve. %,lou!ld it,- harvest fail fior
X *int.'l] vt1 r fitiille wouI ,I d i-p tllale
i ,*irl 1 -John J. Itntril-.
To Cure a Cold in One Day
':' l .;xativ- ie r ftsoa Quiitiin- T lah-
i, -, All drlurtL'i-!. teftiitl thm- n, ney
;" i' : *i!.* ti I a.-r 'I It ox. O-
1T:,.'.;- (.d*t., ;i tal ,-ii y ~ it'h ut a
," r : !i.'i:ii lh,' f.r- al g -,u i lIt.- w ile
\.', *r: .2i I at :1 tl&ik -r .iti'l vr ,,., ..,-. M ; l i tift.-r, an, probably,
:;i .v w ,i!. : t,' !hi- rigii ti andl
S' ". "' ,r,. a!,t ,' ,,i ,.' ,of l i-
w .. t -Ii ,l* -. r<-<- *. f d :v in e ;, '!!*-
i- mi--inn. lth t <.indlidl ami,
i:i-;iii:, !;T n ln d, i fl f t.:.i j: :' ."'e in .huIant hiiso'ry. H1-:
tie:' ri.ittiot 0b1j :trtuniiities ofordiiu;.ry hliu-

1:1 *aa ilf.:io turneda them in'to 1101Y
-* r-1-11- ik '!he ()IlePman wilf) 1
:IiZI ta I I dIq.kt~ied~, that(4It
niti po 1wcr-i 'at *thite e-1iit1TUI 1)p'.e are
si~ ~ lw tl j o. ut 1(w right! :mII Ple
i-otus -, to unakeeartli heaven lu'!ll
WO 41tI0II With u'ifaditui oeaewuv and
Joy t- huml bbst hifo. .Thisafter sall,
i tl~.-. ,retv!te tau1 situtle.-t a-,it ia the
htard. m,; .;,.. I: i4 the hey to 01th
tranta-l' imat iol f to 9~the :
V~ati ill tolt he .arld.' :_ IUnivter~:uli-#

tIu,-.v l .. As it Bt umi:- It
ITi-A.. v~ t;rk a ne eu....-!itv it) givo- %-Q.t
lo' t I w-I Iergy atid exu I ersktljev a -virits
Le:-nsraed e! vfaiwtionaiamativjtVtyiu the
a'-I'-~. 4Anti 'lonoipoly Drug -,tore

Plants, Plants!
'.OA0 11!t Bg l1a'ittfijIAttlU'-e PlantS.
--14P lp'tr~uuds and 'rvole lPlant-;.
11--ides-.ttr plants that m-61 scooti
r,- raW.
faiOreS'%leI~t, I J. B. 1*rTI'().N'-
Seed :oe.~ and 30 Exposition st.
Do" t WOMr.
If -o u have trouble in getting your

in destruction of lung by a
growing germ, precisely as
moldy cheese is destruction
of cheese by a growing germ.
If you kill the germ, you
stop the consumption. You
can or can't, according to
when you begin.
Take Scott's Emulsion of
Cod Liver Oil: take a little

at first.


The geuine nas
t !t'. picturee on it.
t.;ke tuo other.

It acts as a
food ; it is the
easiest food.
Seems not to be
food; makes you
hungry; eating
is comfortable.
You grow stron g-
er. Take minre;

not too much ; enough i
:nuch as you like and agrc -

v. Itn you.
with usual

Satisfy hun r
food; whatever

vou like and agrees with xye.
When you are stro- O
again, have recovered your
strength---the germs artc
dead; you have killed tcIhe:.
If ou have not tried it, send
"or free sample, its agreeable
:aste will surprise you.
409 Pearl St., New Yor'-
50c. and $1.00; all drugg&i:

"Tw,,o Dogs o'z':,r O11C
B3one'Seldom Agree.
Vhel-n two mercharnts are ;if'-r W_
~ r~~in t~he s01-.. 1
4 ard cne ma.tsa~ ~
4 cihr dc'lr.ett> aajvert,:ser
g* I!.-- ss~:rA gs ebuliCf itI

4Tl-.s raper is the me-dium rn
Sth.!s c mmrrur~y if yc:u have
us ,-r.-,pswe can aid yzu
We tre wi&Ig to

sTYVYVY~~V-/:-i7 r VV iVV

For Sate at a Bargain.

tau' ~hI -..' p l~c -Itlj' e-taf. cll ajti

I*Iet; fr i-.4 n 1 O111,6 elir Th~t~a. I i s 1~.
'$a,~~ Ia~ ouno~ a li I a
j ugiVTagh biatl H v~~ofmete
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aetwTbAHoeS~ s i
.~ prIN 118011 HUm ~qerpki O TEL.-wIr. ,%

DCLZE k3; .77=M., Propietors,

I~airaest *114Leading Opeii

All -1 he-Yeatr-lROilid Ho-

tel in Florida.


A Med in e l II .
Oramps, Diarrhoea, Cold.,
Coughs., Neuralgsla,


Good Meat

Is a Ne-cssity

To hapPy home, anTl no x *-A
ea serve a palatible rorut ',v
.tw if they are not prr eriy
handled bWos they reach th.
kitchen. Our *ols at the city
market wr well supplied with
the appliances for properly car
in for fresh meats. We ariver
.~--anh Meat, Poultry, Vewtliclep-
&,al all kinds of Country Prodlut
to any part of Vte city.


Wsal I and&




Finest Importe
)D.Imestic Cloth

F Cui

City Market.



d and
iS. .

tting a Specialty.
s Guaranteed.


"Don't Tellm-
ItVs Dik mn 1A00-m,



I at

i i ingr now" taktvii the m-m,i-giie~i~'ant
1) ur tt)ve woodIE1 iUviiii4 urstie'ves,
wt, it ineC the tcled tilet- f ratrs lpeiivg-

1,1 (1%.1 1 111Ii ll CI~IN C f( ct $
'.ill towni ca~h .)I delivery.
~~wi ~iz s aflw:iling W001 .:Irtheir
11 1: -:I~ K:' et11,althAthc factorv atMe rate of
r C.u'li :A 1. 1&tlp Ick t hti tw Ir
Orul-:s ean lye placed at our offtui toy
l':i,,ne N-4). or b'y utiil, Box 7,2~7.
tj.0. V.rFAO;AN, %Agt.

1 $201



v.i find Review Classes at the Lake
City College.


r(Office in Gary-AgnewBlock.)
RoaM 4, Masonic Building, Ocal. PFla. 5 s 8

aoams z and s, Hood Block
Office in Gary-A$.new

Ocala. Pla



Over Munroe& Chambliss Bank, Ocala, PFl.

Office over Tea Pot Grocery. Opp. Montezsrua.


Ilaw New Line of


Henriettas, Black Crepons,
Lace Curtains, and other

Ladies' Underwear, Etc

Everything Will Be Sold Way
Down For Cash.

New Goods Being Received
Weekly. Give us a Call
and be Convinced
That our Prices
are Right.






..1 on e ti l rC tiliT -a L r I i t I It'-
piece al'd t I Ii Nv J! -na s
faction in cvc'l'\' ~iric i(1U-ir. \\e
liiave a fine z~ i III tll Lva(if w th
es of tita' lwst muake-, am can
suit you inlprice adflhu(I(pnlity.


Geo. Hackerk Son.

Tax Assesser's Ietlee.
I wi'l Ie at the fidlowiin plwes ea
the day and date stated btlow, to re-
eeive retuis us of real ai! p-r-soaat
property, asI tle law require-,:
Mom Bluff, Friday z, p. m.
Electra, Saturday, a, a. m.
Lynne. Hick's store. Saturday. 2. p. U.
Grahamvi!le. Monday, 4. a. m.
Counor; Monday, 4. p. .
Salt Springs. Tuesday,. 5; m.
Kerr City. Wednesday, 6, a. .L
Eureka. Wednesday, 6, p. mW
Daisy. Thursday, 7. a. m.
Port McCoy. Thursday, 7 p. m.
Orange Springs. Friday, 8, p. m
Citra, Tuesday. 12, p. m.
Greenwood, Wednesdy, 3. a. m.
Sparr, Wednesday. z3. p. m.
Anthony, Thur-day. 14.
Reddick. Friday. 15. a. in.
Fairfieh:' Friday, 1. p1. ita.
Fleminglon. Saturday, i6.
Central, Monday, 10, a. ni
Mcintosh Tuesday i,
Elmwood. Wednesday, 20, p. Un
Blitchton, Thursday, 21
Cotton Plant. Friday, 22.
Martel. Saturday. 23.
Heidtsville, Monday; 25.
Dunnellon. Tuesday, 26.
Juliette. Wednesday, 27, a. Im.
Buck Pond, Wednesday, 27, p. m.
Romeo, Thursday. 28, a. tm.'
Ocala, from 4 to 9 of March.
Tax Assessor, Marion County. Fla.


virtue of a final decree rendered hv th Hon.
W. A. RIocker. judge of the cricuit o.ur for the
Fifth Judicial circuit of Florid-a, M.,rian county,
in chancery, on the 25th day of January A D.,
i9oi. in a c.-rt.tin cau.e therein pending, where-
SON are complainants, and EDWARD ROOT
and LII.LIAN 0. WVIL*.IAMS and hu'.anl,
N. L. WILLIAMS art defendants. and wh-reian
the under resigned wa- appointed to tx,-cute sai I
final decree, I will on
Atl,'"ni, t" M h day of ,'aih, D. DA 1z ,i
in front of the ,-juithdoor of the co,'rt house in
Ocala. Marion county, Florida. bctwc',l the"
hours of i o'clock a. ni.. and o''cl,,, k p in of-
ter and -tll to th': :i.hest a':'I h tt i hicr for
cash at public outcry, the following described
mortgaged premises, to wit: Commencinu at the
northeast corner of fractional Bl.,ck Fo., v old
survey of the town ot Ocala. rumin ti a ice
south'7 feet. thence west 224 fee', thence north
75 feet, and thence east 224 feet to point of be-
ginning. all in Marion county, Florid., or so
much thereof as may be necessary to satisfy said
final decree and costs of suit.
T. E BI.;S.
Special Master in Chancery,
Carlos L. Sistrunk.
Solicitor for Complainants. -itd


In County Court, Marion County. Florida-By
the County Judge of said Couuty.
to ths court fir letters of' ,u on
the estate of JOShEI'H PITTS, decta-ei. :.te (o
said Counllty of Marion,
Thtse are. therefort- to cite and a !mii ,>ii a'l
anid jin util.-r the kinu red an- ':' i >:;
ah-c' .-c- 'to 1,tl, a, : '. i ipp'-ar 1,. : r :- *. ,
.r lctoret' tile
? ; Da ).: *,/ l/.,7, .-.. /. I "
an;.l t:it h.cto i: any '.t ;1.'. lthe
graTtiZ. t letters a .f,)rts ,. Ih I -. the
i ,n.i w'l be gr:'mi.-' a' pray
0 \'Witn '- my n m- a. c,,1 itv i\ ', ,,' th
co'in V ::t..r<, ;i,!. t'i.- 7th da of ; ,I .
;" N C', i.|i;'" v ;|.r ;?


1'tI; ae t. x'cvrtdficat'e N ,' !"-If
M i i,)ti n -':11tv. Faal. I:, ., ats
qalil 1:1 -t 1~Ia.' : !! gwc 21. ea I t :t a' .* 1tr
Mp in nthrang,31. a I: V L and up n a 1 erV 't3.
iiA 141. A '' i t:- a, !f:- An Mtf. I ta.s.1 -. a ,a
I I- ial ai )Ii t:1 i-- aLc a .t.1111I' : itdti
1,7) $ .~ 'i -
In ,o-.


R F t~-;1e R ( '. U N NR- I..
P I I 'a'I I ae-I' u'A X CU aTI fi'......

it c anl' r Ut. h- A :. ,aa'- a :i .,nx

2-.- a -T.fSISTIWNK,
z 1 ltkrk Circu.1 C ;.rt.


tol, ~ inA 111-i. TilC'::;d t-2 III,!'i. u
in pura-;uAae of law amdor .";lma.r A'. ms
te4s mt'.: ; I;' -vgr:. 'ated by thr-C:a ~ .'
MARY i'ADGER E~1l' '

and nIACKA 1P


Ia'dow and Fancj Glass A Speciality
Pnw~nweanaa wnnT matrai whtih ela

-- I-
Have a fnuai toox of Coffni. Caskets, and Burta
Suits of every deseription. Rpeelal stteantI.
paid to burial service.
Embalming to Order.
All M :7 o h nt-, A'tL,-* 7 : ,V ;
*ph,. ^ ;1 -: e* promr'sttemI

FOR 8 A T.,I


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i e Old Reliable
-- Anie _oT
Pure TAPOT Hams and
Olive Breakfast
Sil Bacon

SNow is the time to buy California Fruits.
If vou want something fine we would call
your attention especially to our brand of
S" Robin Hood." The fruit in these cans is
Guaranteed to be the choicest. Nice, firm
p fruit, anid heavily syruped. This assort-
i nneit consists of

Yellow Crawford Peaches, Black Cherries, White Cherries,
|0 Lemon Cling Peaches, Bartlett Pears, Apricots, Etc.
'- :RiIf your family is small and you want 1-lb. cans of the above goods we have them in the same variety. These goods
w are all guaranteed as to quality. You run no risk in buying. We protect you.

- Olives Jams Cereals
O liveTh,, Eiit ,ams in 1-lb glass jars are as
^ Our stock of this excellent fruit ... .., ,.. .-made; besides, there is the Among our extensive stock of cereal goods
^ ^ plete. and prices range from 1 e nt- iU ; i .1> C res, ., ,-, or Keiller's Imported Jams;
per bottle-Large Queen Olives. We also ani l, I at least, Heinz's Pure Jams. you will find German Eir Noodles. Egg Bar-
nhave olives stuffed with California Swet Th '.< vo proven that they are first ley, Shredded Whole \\heat Bi-:uits. Grape
-- Peppers. and they're tine, too. ",rtie. ,,: ., it pays to buy them. Nuts, and Postum.

9r 'Avon-

StvaporatedP ruit I 1ck elishes I Heavy Groceries
We handle the best, and prices are reason- In t!,i; 1. i :r -t,,. consists of Indiat !or all kinds of heavy groceries, such as
Sable. so no one hasan excuse for not being l elis, Toni. hul v. Evaporated Horse Hay, Grain and Feedstuffs, we are head-
400- Radish. Chili Sawce, ,Ilery Sauce, Celery, quarters, as our stock is the largest in the
able to buy some; besides, as every one Pickled (nio,. Chow-Chow, Gherkins, Wal- city, and consists of anything you may need
nows. they are healthy. nuts, Mustards, Sweet and Sour Midgets. to eat or plant.

_ Seeing is believing, so avail yourself of.
the opportunity and come to our store
- where we will show and prove to vou that
SI we have the assortment and sell at prices
.- that will please you. Remember the place.

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