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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: March 14, 1902
Frequency: weekly[]
weekly[ former aug. 25, 1883-dec. 28, 1888]
daily (except sun.)[ former dec. 30, 1888-]
Subject: Newspapers -- Ocala (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
Newspapers -- Marion County (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
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Spatial Coverage: United States -- Florida -- Marion -- Ocala
Coordinates: 29.187778 x -82.130556 ( Place of Publication )
Additional Physical Form: Also available on microfilm from University of Florida.
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 pap(r "Of the People, tor the People and by the People."


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The Marion and Citrus Sooleties in
Jo'nt Session- Interestfng Pro-
grams-Reception Last Night.
I )!- 4o rv4.Ietion of ihe Chri-tiau Eu-
,*. : o. .r -, i, ltie- of .Marion and Citrus i
S 1' uii-- wa calledtd to ordt r lu,-sdayly
,.-i i.. 1 at tI.. < liri-tian i.iurI -h b.y
Mr. F. it ham, jreaident.
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Rt:.1. L. Turner, wa-. l mos-t iustruct-

i'i'- getting then adjourned to tlhe
S-. : of Mr. and Mrs. (C. A. Lid-
t: 'A iie a reception was held. The
v-%t.iii_ passed d very pleasantly and
;a.- tiiulh etijoyed by all pre-sent. A,
:it,-i. ol al literary program was e-ar-
SI .'. out in a most pleasing manner
lev. ILR. Morris gave two recitation-
il hi.- own inimitable way. Miss
Matthew- amid Mr. (Cilly rendered dle-
li.-htful in-trumental mu.-i,.. Mi-s
.I,'hnnie Liddon and Mr. Fol-amu sang
severall selelec'tions to the delight of
every one.
Fruit punch was servee lby Misses
\ .teta Potter and .John ie Liddon,
aft,. r wlhih all present, expres-intm
their t-ejytument of a pleasant eveu-
mi. !>ade their h goots good night.
lino' program for Wednesday wa:-
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,ItI I.N INA;.
S. ,Song andI praise.
':,',. lt-votioual service-Rev. 4.
4. A.lamnson. I rystal River.
i Mrs.. J. L. Fol.omn, Belleview.
S':''. )OpIe conference-R,-v. ('. E.
I' :'a;atll. I,'stOil.
''",. What 'an We Do to Ad-
v.' the i'ause of I'bristian En-
,i. :tvr ""
Pap'cr--Mis. Daisy Morris, Iverness.
I': ',. Itruarks, "Young People's
i )e't it' "-President Epworth League
f M. l-'. church Oeala.
!, ,1. Open conference-Miss Ada
1'!n.t-tt. Crystal River.
What Clause of the Pledge Has
Ht;-. N M.I Helpfui to Me."
S',,. Report of conunittee andl
t' i o ff i,,icers.
11 :'. *\V hy Am I an Eudeavor-
* r" '-Miss lola Liddon. Ocala.
":+.. -s'ong and praise.
":!5. Devotional servi,'e-H. C.
'-aith,. Anthony.
-:*0. Discussion: "Is Christian Eu-
,!ea voar a Help to-
Thle Individual-H. 4'. Groves.
The Honme--Mrs. J. L. Folsoni.
F'lie Chur'h--Rev. E. ,:.,-. C. tConference-Rev. t'. E.
}-' et tau. Boston.
:1,. "Junior Work"-31i-s E;iza-
:.':ict Siiarpe. Ocala.
4:,". '-Junior Work as a Help to
iit ('hurch."-Mr. Marguereite Tyler

il "-Y\ung People's Soc'ieties a-:
At Trainin,,r for the Church- "ev. L.
1I. \\arten .

"7.,'. Song and praise.
7:15. Devotional service--Miss .da
ILeni-ntt, c rystal River.
Solo-Mrs. J. L. Folsom, Belleview
7:;>. Address: "Young Men at the
Helm of Aflairs"-Rev. R. H. Mortis,
Solo-Miss Rosa N. Caldwell, Butler

The Carn Prize Contest.
I be Caru prize ,ont(-t, mention of
\vi lh la.1 lAeelin madale in these col-
uunAi-, 'o,,k place in the armory build-
ing yes-terday morning at 10 o'clock.
There were 4jite a number of con-
t'-.tait- f'rin various parts cf the
',nht y, ain a la'~ge number of visitors
Wtri' Irfte nt. ''the peliZts were five
hlolltir i o,4l Iipie -, 'offered by superin-
tiil.nt ,,f piutpli instruction, W D.

Ih,- l 'riz, frOw t l. ie-t t.M-"v was
~,i 't ilnl,,i-:"y awar.l1-4, to M i,, L. E.
I-.l, ,f IInto i. "l'e subject of
hr -tyv w.,-. "DIoe m iuratinn Pay ?"
T'l" i ,jIt--a wr, M re,-r.. 1* L. Bittin-
,ter. E. A v. ID)vi.aiial 4 orge (. Math-
w-. ltiv wy f-re -)o favorably ini-
[,r,---,l with thi .i'ay of Mi-- Nela
.M,'.-r, ,l ('Ottaze l Hill, that they

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<'!, onel Lovick 1'. Miller, Mes.srs
J. .irr t anl. It. Itliteh were
th-. i'tirs in tht- map drawing con-
te-!. Thi".y made their award by
i.eani',,r aial their deci-Aion was unanli-
iit :,-'.V : tf'vr of No. 12, whi'-li
I. :' w Ik of Mi.. Caro-
lui,-ur, of this city.
I t tht- or'ttori'-.l contest, Robert
Buriford, of thi- e-ity, won the prize,
the jittlge- deciding that he scored
three p.,oin)ts out of the five points
naml-. -p' cial mention was made
o, t;.i, -ipit-idid etlirt of Harry Shaw,
of Ft. M.(oy. The judges in this
,.'onte.-t were P'rofe-(,r Randolph, of
M.-Into:-h, Me-,Sr-. 8. H. F. E. Harris.
At the conclusion Mr. Cam stated
that lie would oiler the same prizes
for another contest next year, and the
Evening Star o)tered an additional $5
for the oratorical contest, thus making
the prize $.10 instead of $5.
The Ocala Banner supplemented
each of the prizes with $5. The prizes
for next year will thus be $35 instead
of i1'5.
Danger of Golds and La Grippe.
The greatest danger from colds and
la grippe i- their resulting in pneumo-
rnotnia. If reasonable care is used,
however, and Chamberlin's Cough
Remedy taken, all danger will be
avoided Among tens of thousands
wh,, have used this remedy for these
diseasess. we have yet to learn of a
',invle case having resulted in pneu-
monia, which shows conclusively that
it is a preventative against that dan-
gerouIs malady. It will cure a cold or
or an "att wk of la grippe in less time
that any other treatment. It is
pleasant and safe to take. For sale by
Anti-Monopoly Drug Store. mIn
Married a Month Ago.
The announcement of the marriage
of Mi.- Agnes Pond and Alexander
H. Ingramn comes as a great surprise
to the niauy friends,the cards announc-
iun the marriage having been sent
out yesterday.
The couplee were married by Rev. A.
M. MacDlonald at his residence, in
Fairtield. The young couple have for
the past two years been associated
with the firm of Kidwell & Sheridan,
Miss Poud having charge of the
lIlits' tailoring department. Mr. Ing-
rain being in charge of the men's tail-
ori;:g department. Thegroom is from
tcala and the bride from ('leveland,O.
and both have won for themselves a
lio-t f frielids.
Mr. anld Mrs. ingrain are now stay-
i!;g at the riverview Hotel.-Times
I uion and Citizen.
Mr. Iugrani is the son of Mr. Peter
Ingram, of this city, and lived here
until he went to Jacksonville two1
years ago.

Appreaohimng ptals.
On Tuesday afternoon March the
twenty-fifth at three o'clock in St. I
John's Methodist church, Cotton I



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Saturday after:,o)n ti' t.-i in ,.'
golf tou)rnamnr,'it f' r '
place'T. T le t ,- a, ;!: i ;' -
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day there were a:ilsait liit. .' -
and more visit,,or- on il,- ii"i t, t:,
have been sw'i-ii thrn tit- 'A i.'. r
The afternoon w'.- tin u11'i,1ii11i' ". I'--
ant one and thi-. gainl* '. :- -t'cy i,
enjoyed by all particip-'t' i;.
Miss Emily Sttt-biily ,:.! Ill--
Esther \Veather- ti-dt '.,r ;:.e irt
prize. Mi-s Stoat,-lury 'Aith .t' i
score of .-7 and Mi-,. WVt.eti r- h lv;;,t
a net score of .7.
Mrs. H. A. F',rl amil ,ir- ** K.
Robinson -ervedl tea and 'aLke- at it .*
club hou.-e after thel -nt. [It wa-
altogether one of the ni ...- i.lea-;it
tournamentsof the -e-a- 11.

If your child is 'r,.s. -,. l.'\ i-li, ,t i-
no doubt trouit.-led1 NA -1111 1-.
White's C(ream Virnufuei," wcill re-
move the worm-, ardl i'- .twi,' .
restore its natural chieerfuln -,- Pr
25c. Anti-Monopoly Drug St-,.r-. it.

Reaching Out For Trade
For several years the i )al,t.L L mti '-r
companyy has been running an a'lv'-r-
tisement in the Star. and by th *,\-
cellent work and <'ourteot- tr-:ati i, t
have built up a profitalh i.u-m .--
The company has bleeii -4ti'ee lt-4I iy
the Central Lumber Complany. :' ti.,
same place, who have plac-'le tl,..,r ,tl-
vertisement in ou' jpape-,r for'r
term. This ,'onpaniiy ha-' l,-iin
strengthened by the chani t. :',l ;-
better prepared than ever bef-tre- t ,!
all orders.-Brook-ville Star
Have you a ('ouLhi'. 1 A do-e t i; al.
lard's Horehoundl Syrup w ill r.-!ive- it.
Price 25 and t-ih*. Anit-\ I ri.
Drug Store. fi1

The Reading Club
This organization mt with \Ir-. J.
J. Gerig Tuesdtay afternrir, 1n. 1Ti
meeting was we-ll attendel*l andl wa- a
most interesting one M;-, Li.;- a
Bullock read a wevll preiparedi a'ler 1on
"English Navigators ai;i Expilore r-."'
Miss Emily Ford read a -,k,-t'-h of
Samuel Butler an'l a -eleation tlorni
his famous "Huli)ras." Mrs. F. A.
Teague then gave a very interv-ctiili
sketch of John Buuyan.
The club will meet with Mi-s Meta
Jewett next Tuesday.

You can be cheerful and happy oaly
when you are well. If you feel "out
of sorts" take Herbine. It will brace
you up. Price -jic. Anti-Monopoly
Drug Store. m
Ooala Making a leputation.
W. S. Moore had his nice lot of fat
bogs killed Wednesday, and sent the
hams and shoulders to the Pork Pack.
ing Company at Ocala to cure.-Haw-
thorne correspondent to Times-Union
and Citizen.

Mrs. Rorer's Advbui
To "ousekeepers.
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M r. Lee Miller, agent for the
Cox estate, closed a big land
deal last night that has been
pending for some time.
Th, deal includes the transfer

Mr. '. A. Standley, of the
firm 4f Liddon and l tandley,
the Cox half of the Baer-Cox
building and the vacant lots ad-
joining it on the cast and south.
Since. tlie establishment of the
4< ,ala Daily v anner lots in its
neighborhood, if not valuable
have at 1.lit become quite
s;leai.e. i. ) above being the
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-,j!,.1 of Professor Tucke.
S ;'nl '. Tucke. whose,
... !, v .. ,- "-, in these <-oluninm
y ., ;'.. *y ..- uritdl from his lat<
r,-a.:. ;, F ilay afternoon at 3:(,
,'Cl k. I hc ipincoplal burial service
was r. nad i, Mr. W. L. Jewett and
Jt'lS-e T. D. rawford, who himself is
gal!anxt >ldi-r from North Carolina,
m'tde a few bIrief impromptu remarks
bef,,or the body of Professor Tucke
a-as laid to it- last resting place.
Judge t'rawford said that Professor
Tutke graduated very nearly at the
head of hii- clas-s at Harvard when
only twenty years of age. That he
took up his residence in North ('aro.
lina in the early a's and became one
,of the most distinguished educators
in that state. That he was a thorough
believer in the doctrine of the "rights
of the state" and when the tocsin of
war soutnded, he was among the first
to enlist. and entered his name as a
private -,oldier, having joined Colonel
Itansom's regiment of cavalry. Hlie
was early promoted on the field of
battle for personal bravery. lAter in
the war he led a cavalry charge which
is said to have been unparalled for
dalsh and slender even among the
lmany acts of heroism that that strife
rave rise to. Judge <'rawford's re-
marks were a- touching as they were
,.aontateou- and brought tears to the
'yes- 'f many of the little band who
were gathered there.
The pall bearers were: Dr. W. H.
Powtrs. Me.-rs. George Pasteur, W.
EK inclair. Jes-e Neely. Ralph Bird-
-ey, :and John M. Taylor. most of
whomn were his scholars.
ItH- remains, were buried in the
vard of his late residence and later on
% ill -te moved to North Carolina for
tinal interment.

Zeatness Caaot be C u
v-y ih-al applications, as they cannot
r, a'ch the tisewased portions of the ear.
Thert- i. only one way te cure deaf-
ii'-, :tan.l that is by constitutional
r,.t.eie*. lt)afness is caused by an
it.mintd condition of the mucous lin-
i 'tf the Eu-tachian Tube. When
t! thi- tube, i inflamed you havearumb-
ling~-ouid or imperfect hearing, and
\ linii it i- entirely clwed, Deafuess is
the rt-ult, and unless the intlamma-
tt *n can UIe taken out and this tube re-
-to.'rd to it.s normal condition, hear-
w:'i wi!l l1e destroyed forever; nine
,*a-e ,,ut of tien are caused by Catarrh
%, i ich ii nothing but an intdamed con-
*I i t ion of the minucous- surfaces.
We will give One Hundred Dollars
Si.r any case of Deafness (caused by
e *atrrl that cannot be cured by
Hall'. ('atarrh Cure. sSend for circu-
lars free.
F. J. CHiNEY Co., Toledo, 0.
Sol. by Druggists, 75c.
Hail'l Family Pills are the best.

Seven Years Is **4.
*Will woInders ever cease?" Inquire
the friends of Mrs. L. Pease, of Law-

A Card of Thanks.
S Hirki.I.:R, FIA.., March 10, 1102.
Tj t'.e lJhit,)r *f the Ocala Banner.
Dear Sir:--Will you allow a hear
broken father, a prostrated mother
and a weeping little brother to e,
press through your columns the dee]
est feelings of gratitude, to the goo(
people of Marion county living net
Stoke.' Ferry, for the prompt, carefi
and untiring effort made by then
since the night of the 6th to recover tt
dea dbodyof our dear boy Frank, wh
lost his life while trying to cross th
river at that point on that eventin
As we cannot see them in person, w

take this method to express to there
our very grateful thanks.
La Grippe Quiekly CGred.
"In the winter of 1898 and 1899
was taken down with a severe attack
of what is called la grippe," says F
L. Hewett, a prominent druggist c
Winfield, Ill. "The only medicine
used was two bottles of Chamberlain'
oughgh Remedy. It broke up the col
and stopped the coughing like male
and I have never since been trouble
with grippe." Chamberlain's Cougl
Remedy can always be depended upot
to break up a severe cold and ward ol
any threatened attact of pneumonia
It is pleasant to take, too, whicl
makes it most desirable and one of thi
most popular preparations in use fo
these ailments. For sale by Anti
Monopoly Drug Store. m
The Rex Petroleum Coem iay.
This office is in receipt of a little
booklet from the Rex Petroleum Corn
pany, of Beaumont, Texas, entitled
"An Illustrated Talk on Texas Oil.'
Mr. ('. C. Todd, of this city, is the
president and general manager of thi
company. The company is named
for Miss Rexie Todd, the bright and
beautiful little daughter of the com-
pan's president whose picture adorns
one of the pages of the little booklet.
The Rex Petroleum Company seems
to be strictly in the swim. It owns a
"gusher"on Spindle Top Hill,the daily
capacity of which is 70,000 barrels.
For the purpose of sinking other
wells and building large underground
resovoir and a pipe line to Port Arthur
the company is offering to sell some of
its stock and the price asked to ten
cents per share,but will not sell in lees
quantities than fifty shares. To par.
ties having surplus cash here is a good
chance for investment. The name of
C. C. Tood gives to this company a

Dangers of Pneumonia.
A cold at this time if neglected is
able to cause pneumonia which is
so often fatal, and even when the
patient has recovered the luamp are
weakened, making them peculiarly
susceptible to the development of
consumption. Foley's Honey and
Tar will stop the cough, heal and
strengthen the lungs and prevent the
pneumonia. Sold by Anti-Monopoly
Drug Store. m
Daughters of the Coefedernae Ester.
Yesterday afternoon at her home on
Ocklawaha avenue Mrs. C. A. Liddon
very pleasantly entertained the Dick-
ison chapter of the Daughters of the



All Stuffed Up
At'rs the c*4,vt of many suffer
from estarrh, especially in the morning.
Great dificulty is experienced in clear-
IC the head and throat.
No wonder catarrb caum headache,
impairs the taste, smell and hearing,
pollatel the breath, deranges the stom-
h d MN*A thP tn*it-

Mr. Frank Turner Drowned.
The sad intelligence of the dron
ing of Mr. Frank Turner In the WI1
lacoochee river reached this city 8
turday. Theaccidentecurred Thu
day night about nine o'clock.
It seems that Mr. Turner and
friend had been out hunting and i
turning home had tocrow the river
Stokes' ferry. They drove on to t
fiat without unhitching the hoi
from the vehicle, Mr. Turner remain
ing in the buggy. When about hi
way across the river the horse becae
frightened and plunged into the rivt
and it was done so quickly that I
Turner did not have time to save hil
self, and he and the horse were bo
Mr. Turner is a son of Dr. Walter
Turner, a prominent member of tl
Florida Press Association and wl
live- at Holder.

water," he writes, "gave me a terrible
oold and cough. It grew worse daily.
Finally the best doctors in Oakland,
Neb., Sioux City and Omaha said I had
consumption and could not live. Then
I betan using Dr. King's New Dis-
covery and was wholly cured by six
bottles." Positively guaranteed for
eoughs, colds and all throat and lung
troubles by Anti-Monopoly Drug
Store. Price 50C. 5
1eath of Mrs. seeldiey.
Mn. Hanly died Monday,
night at her home at Holder.
Mr-. Handle formerly lived In
Oasis and hs a number of friends



at To cure catarrh, treatment must
be eomsitutional-alterative and tonic
I was afflicted with catarrb. I t
e medicines of different kinds, giving r
In- a (ir trial; but gradually xrew worse n
" a mold hardly bear, taste or smell. I t
lIf concluded to try Hood's Sarsaparilla.
after taking five bottles I was cured i
me have not had any return of the dise
inace." Ivemo Foass. Lebanon. Kax
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r. H oo'sSarsapari
M. Cures catarrh-it soothes and strong
me the mucous membrane and bui
th up the whole system.

K Was Their ease.
he During the latter part of last su
ho mer the United Stats postoffice i
thorities sprang a sensation in 1
arrest of Mrs. Helen Wilmans-P(
her husband, Col. C. C. Post, and I
son-in-law, Mr. Charles F. Bergmi
The parties were arrested at t
Science Temple at Seabreeze a
taken to Jacksonville for trial. Th
waived examination and later on t
United States grand jury found s
teen indictments against them
u using the United States mails
fraudulent purposes.
Mr. Otis T. Green, of this city. w
o0 employed by Colonel and Mrs. P(
and Mr. Bergman as their leadi
r Mr. Green entered upon the ca
with a great deal of zest and appear
before the postmaster general
Washington in the interests of b
clients, and won for them a sign
victory, as he has likewise done befo
Judge Locke of the United Stat
I district court.
k Judge Locke rendered a decision
'. the case Wednesday. He said
*f order to constitute a valid ;indictmei
it was necemary to allege that the d
d fendant had devised a scheme to d
., fraud, and had Intended to effect tl
d same by opening or intending to ope
h correspondence with other person
n through the postofflee establishment
. and in carrying out such scheme ha
h deposited or received a letter or pack(
e or writing through some postoffice
r the United States. Although the a
legations of the indictment were su
flcient to show that the defendant ha
received correspondence and letter
e through the mail, and that the scheme
* devised was to be carried out through
, the potofflce establishment of th
United States the court held that th
Indictment had not clearly, directly,
Sand positively alleged the fraudulen
intention of the defendant in devising
such scheme, or that she was not abl
to do what she had promised to do
and that she herself did not believe
she was able to do.
The home of Mr. and Mrs. Post a
Seabreeze is one of the most magniti
cent in the south. Colonel Post and
his wife have made a beautiful little
city of the place, which is progressive
and popular. When the arrest wai
made many leading citizens of Florida
stood ready to testify in their behalf.
Colonel Post is mayor of S-eabreeze
and is a member of the Florida State
Press Amociation.
A aglug, Roarleg Flood
Washed down a telegraph line which
Chas. C. Ellis, of Lisbon, Ia., had tc
repair. "Standing waist deep in icy

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adjoining counties, that it i- ...' -
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manufacturing iusirira+., in O: 't
modern, well equipped Meat i'., ,;.:.
Department to meet the d,-niaa:.- ,,
this new enterpri-e, v w i!v;. ,,. ,,.
cordial support of iur farm.r-r, ,-, :
be in the market at the ptni4 .. :,..
next season to buy lh Jtv;, .... -
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Strayed or Stolen.
Two milkicows, one a yellow J-.r-yv,
one slipped horn, and onie ,roikl
horn, swollow fork undertit in o1r
ear, other black cow with white tack.
straight horns, both were p'irhas.i
from Mr. Alfred Ayer, and if -trayed-
or supposed to be making their way
back to his place, a liberal reward
paid for information leading to re-
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table distribution, 3;: x 4- bed
cost $1800.
One Geo. P. Gordon Jobber.
size 9 x 1:3. two set. roller tok:..-
fourchases, throw-off and ste-a
One Gally Universal J bber,.
size 1311-. x) ,1 1-., two set r.-
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fixtures and throw-off.
A large quantity of j.l typi'.
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The Best Prescription for Malaria
<'!: *.m-'.4i. fever w= a hott'e ,of
CC. e '- L.'At0it:C s % CIhill UCliCr. It i"
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*r:i .< cutre-ito pay. Price -'I0.t

.. t. l r. 'aucher, representing the Foley
1 i., "t" < o:ip;;nl\. \va ito the ciTy
M .ldl.y muakrigu contracts with tilhe
!,..t(.r- tiid selliingi lii- extc-llent line ot

M.-11 Minnie Benton, of Monticello,
Ot., who has been spending the past
m,)nth iiin Iala, as the guest of her
c)umins, Rev. and Mrs. R. H. Morris..
left fr her home Saturday, much to
th- r. great of the many friends she
maY.e during her brief stay in this
c.tA .

On ( March 1., the Parker Concert
o 'mlnany, of Rochester, N. Y., will
ap ,ear in thick, ciiy under the auspices
i*f the Alkahest Lyceum Bureau, be-
'ing the third of the series. The corn-
SliTr:y i- eonmlpsed of one gentleman
Sadi five ladies, and it is said that they
are- 'nulli secundus."

SThiis o)lIe had a plea-ant visit yes-
* terdlay from Mr. T. F. Pease, of Battle
;('re.-k. Mi.liiiran. Mr. Pease i-i in-
tr Malta Vita. a new breakfast
.C.. I ; I- meeting with very slendid
r .it- ife. adverti-ing for a num-
S-r f yv.un,, l.tlie. to assist him in
it.' uin g it into the city. His ad-
v.-:';i-ea,.tnt will be found elsewhere
:i; r'.ur ,',,lum:IS.
A'i A l,- those who renewed their al-
:-' t-e to the Banner this week for
a:vi ti.-r year wa- Mr. John R. Avery,
4 Mt. A ito Pa. Mr. Avery owns a
-at i't.! range grove on Lake
S: r. aro--. the Ockklawaba river,
: i, :i~ county, which has been com-
-v rehabilitated -ince the freeze.
i thi ,h year i- richly laden with
.-4 1"- We are glad his labors are
-> l -I .* rewarded.

If ,ove-rnor Altgeld had had the
--,'tiini of his time to die in his own
hanlt. lie could scarcely have selected
a mnr'e fitting moment-just as he
i finriihed an impassioned address
Sin whi,-h hli eloquently pleaded to
elti,-t the sympathies (of the Ameri-
.-an people in behalf of a people -trug-
Si::g f.,r -elif-governmuent. He was a
e-I',,lend K''-ciusko. Liberty may well
wI ive wlpt when he fell.

!Robert's Chill Toni.' cures. It re-
C =-ie<>s health and appetite. Try it,.
-,.r< ,Yi'ir money back if it fails.
jW!i. Anderoun. T
Svr. -:. T. Helver-,ton is returned
fr,-u New York Saturday. Mr.
t.i'v[i.toin has Ieen gone for the
pa-t four week~ purc-hasing the spring
aii dUlnuer stock of goods for the H.
K. la :ttrs,' department -tore. He is
Sani experienced buyer and the goods
tpeiir- .-ted by him this season are
ltbe:., itful in every particular. The
a I-dies e-pecially are invited to call
around and ,ee them.

l d>,ert's ('hill Tonic cures fevers,
C,'!I i and malaria. It destroys the
jierm. We guarantee it. Price 2.5cts.
W\\in. Ander-on.

NMr. S. M. Hitson, of Ft. McCoy, was
i:i (V)ala Friday for the purpose of
l ,latti, lii- taxes, paying for his
[Ai er. anid mniaking some purchases.
1 r. Ilimi-on i- one of the most prosper-
i- th,, farmers in the Ft. McCoy
j, 'm,.nt and is an "old timer" hav-
inT.. 'nce t,, this county in lSl1. He has
,et' Qi oi the rolls, of the the Oceala
IH, ,aner for a great number of years,
and I:ke all the "old timers' he stands
i .y it and appreciates it more and
it,,re every year.

I ne results of an over-indulgence in
foot or drink are promptly rectified,
without pain or discomfort, by taking
a lew doses of Herbine. Price 50c
Aul i-Monuopoly Drug Store. m

Among the pleasant visitors to our
new sanctum Wednesday was Dr. 8.
H. Blitch and two little sons, of
Bi itchton. Dr. Blitch has recently
purchased the mercantile establish-
ment of Mr. Armstrong and is the
physician and merchant of that sec-
tion. He is one of the most popular
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A Grand Musical.

At Howard Academy Friday night
March 14. 19,12, at 8:30 o'clock, the
following program will be rendered :
Overture, "Criterion" ...... Band.
Instrumental Duet; Miss R. L. Wel-
ters, Miss Edith Chandler.
Vocal Solo Mrs. A. A. Jones.
Reading .Mrs. I. J. Richardson
March, "The Ideal" .. Band.
Vocal Solo ..Mr. V. B. Colyer.
Cornet and Piano Duet I. J. Simmons.
Mi&s R. L. Welters
Select Reading. .Miss A. E. Murry.
March, "Creole Belles" (rag time)
Vocal Solo......... .Miss Pearl Norwood
Quartette, (Spring Dance, Miss Pris-
cilla Davis, A. E. Murry, Mes-
dames A. M. Chandler, M. A.
Vocal Solo ......... Miss Jesse Ruth.
Serenade "Cupid's Charms".... Band

A Hustling Merchant.
Mr. P. 8. Starts, a progressive mer-
chant of Stanton, was in Ocala yes-
terday and spoke cheeringly of the
outlook of things in general and the
orange industry in particular in his
beautiful section of the county. Mr.
Swarts is a born hustler and is build-
up a fine trade.

Another Ocala Man In Luck.
Under the head of a "Few Facts
and Figures-Startling Profits made
by Dade county Truckers," the Miami

Maintains Its Excellence. The tala Banner'4 new jb
In reviewing hi -.u -,'rittion -o t, ,o ,.h tyr: an a Ilt af jib

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Plen's and Boys' Clothing
Is Being Sacrificed

So as to rmniko r,,'o ffor th.! N',, Spring and Summenr (,.NlI
Now is your chance to buy.

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Come while the stock lasts as it cannot last long at the- albv.
prices. Our Ery and Dress Goois will also be sold at saa'nrifcng
prices for the next few days. Don't throw away yeur money by
buying these goods elsewhere.

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Congressman Sparkman has

introduced a bill providing for

a public building in Ucala for
the accommodation of the post-
office and United States court.

Miss Gary Entertains.
Last night Miss Louell% V. Gary was
the hostess of a very delightful pro-
gressive whist party, which was given
complimentary to her guest, Miss Joy
Harper, of Rome, Ga.
The entire house was a bower of
beautiful dogwood blossomrn, tbamrboo
and plamins.
Miss Gary was assisted in receiving
her guest. Iby Mrs. A. B. Hopkins,
of Orange Lake, and Mrs. A. H. 1',-
sey, of Forsyth, (as.
After a pleasant half hour .pett in
social Conversation the giltie was be-
gun and' continued uitil nearly
twelve o'clock. There were ten tables
Mrs. A. H. Birdsey, Miss Sara Ag
new and Miss Marie Bu'lock tied for
the ladies' prize, a copy of Mary
Johnson's "Aud-ey." Miss Bullock
was the fortunate one on the cut. Tne
gentlemen's prize, a silver paper kniie,
was cut for by F. L. Watson and Dr.
T. K. Slaughter, the former winning.
3Mi s iary's party will be remember-
ed as one of the most pleasant given
in Ocala this winter.

Off on a Purchasing Tour.
Mr. John T. Lewis, merchant and
postmaster at Moss Bluff, wa" among
the visitors to Ocala yesterday. For
several year" past Mr. Lewis ha- repre-
sented the wholesale fruit house of the
IL B. Stanley Company, of Chicago,
one of the most solid and -ubstantial
concerns in the United States, and in
-electing Mr Lewis as its representa-
tive in this state, the company has
acted wisely and well. Mr. Lewis is a
practical fruit grower and for a num-
ber of years had charge of the largest
orange grove properties in this state,
and is an authority and expert in
fruit matters. Mr. Lewis will leave
for the east coast section next Monday
and expects to make large purchases
of fruits, making a specialty of pine-
apple-,. He will extend his tour into
Cuba, Porto Rico, and the Babhmas.

C. M. BKOaw'

Fifty load.s fertilizer from the cow
3;-14-.;t 0 .L (R :E no ~.:.; C,.

The Savannah News notes the
death of Mrs. Mary Tite)oruh. She
was the mother of Mr. F. J. Titeonimb,
who is with the Duun'llon Phosphate
Company. __
Ft. Smith, Arkansas. estimates the
number of cars of potatoes that will
be shipped from that point this year
at 2.2,.N).

Thesong of the whipporwill, issuing
the glad soug that the winter is over,
is heard in the laud.

Oeala Banner, a valued subwsrik er liv-
ing in Washington, D. tC.. ays: "The
Banner continues to) maintain its high
standard of txcelleniie in -ui'jec-t mnat.
ter and reliability. edi' )rials
are of special merit and ri-tl-ct credit
upton your head and heart. They are
instructive as well as entertaining and
as educational factors m iit awaken
thought and prtodue practical r,-
Golf Contest.
The golf tournamentt, pen to every-
body except p'roi'.sionali. will take
pla, e today and tomorrow. The
gen' leime-i1 '1' scratch contest oe''ur-. to-
morro, mn,,'r;inn, and thie ladies' ,
test in the afternoon. The h: i'.! ap.,
take place Saturday.
It i4 expected that the-re wil be a
lari:e nurrtmber of vi-itor-. liero from
various parts of the state.

A Senatorial Aspirant.
Hon. (Charles Mouro Brow i, of
O),cali, announce-. h myself a- a candli-
date for the state senate from the "iith
district. Mr. Brown is a member of
the capital comiuis-ion, a former
member of the legli-ture, and i iy 1
profession an architect and buiider.-
Ta"lthassee capital.

Death of Mr. Will Gaines.
Mr. Will Gaines, who had the rui-
fortune to he compelled to have his
leg amputated, having oeen accident-
ally -hot some time ago, died yester-
day morning at 10 o'clock at the Ma-
rion county hospital. His remains
will be buried this morning at the old i
For State Senator.
I hereby announce myself a candi-
date for the State Senate from "ie
Twentieth and Sumter counties subject to rati-
fication by the people in a primary
election to be hereafter called by the
Ieniocratic Executive committee.
Respect fully,

Low Rates to Chartest *1, ** POt"
)On a. count i f it** **tei' i I ar'l'Ci .
Inte'r-state, and WV -t ItIan i *t a "--*-
tion, the H'lant ystiem will elli 'i-t'.'t
until May 11. t, I 'harthet',i. frim all
points .ni its line" at very !,w rat
The rate from 4 Oala i i fl ,r
tickets limited to return June i, and
116.'50 for tieketo limited to return teo
days after date of 4 le, .exelpt that In
no cafe will limit exceed JIMe .1. I'*ar.
For further infurmatiu call on M im J.
C. Maughs and F. J. Hulr. t.ioket
agents, Ocalas or address F. M. J.-lly.
D. P. A,.Jackxnvill* H. W.Wresnn.
P. T. M., Savannah.

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the Iin,,,t kiIfial w-rknien in

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Thle e ppsei tre". tht#-pear tree A4
the plututrf-P antithe treesof W.
rqret-t.. :re laden with Itliiu1D3 meawl
tillliing t it#- air witli the frogmao#4 "
their ;er~ri

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Florida east coast Railway
Ii 1),-t -wrvice in tike g,'jth viil
given t ly the FliloatlJSpt (Am I4Hail
way ie-,z:It ntile I Ah. inst.
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1) I.~ .ni. arriving at Miami ;#; .6t I
iii l S:M' .*I. 1--6 P. II.anfl4 11 lot'
p. tit. rteepcectively.
Ar. additional traini will run kw-
tween Paim Beach iand Miafmi. Wav-
ing the Breakers at 1# 14, a. m. and ar-
riving at Miami at 11 V) a. m. and
leaving Miami at 4 -00 t. tub 6a4 at-
riving at the Brmaker% at 0i for) p. m~
IBetween Jackaunvilll. and P4..Au-
gu-stine there will 1 ol iitmioasla-ty
*eacl wtsy. ravinc J&..m~uvtll- at
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A little business rni-,ion took us up
n2 XA g litor.
to the northern limits of the city yes-

terday, which is known in that locali-
ty as the "factory end of Ocala," and
*Ap-' i it was really a delight to witness the
L,* activities that are iu pzr,-or. Fir.t
Wp., "- a,> "' we p.asIed the ()-':it! F-uiryv al
,*' <"i -- < ,Machine Work,. :,it ihiv .utno-r
Sof I,ilers, engines., loonimtives an I
\ "- other articles of machinjiry in-ile ai.d
outside the yar'nl aid i.ii'li;..; -ih .-
Ni.11to: iTH: BANNER, BELIEVING what is being ,l-f e thtire. l'i:- .es-
1 f' .- AT TiHl To1!P WELL ABLE To tabllshment Lha, t ul,.d i:-: caiti'y
I K 4 Al.:" OF THEMSELVES, HAS twice Since i- lo,,.ati., i:: Uai. andt
STHE N PEOPLE till pressed for rmin. It i- ,u- o(t
A Il, I- ilT WILL MA j MON PEOPLE, lu.tri ..
AVIP I I lo, T WILL I;EE MAlE FOR tht biggest indusLtri -- Uala at, u -, a-t
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which mav not be in
txe 11iktionary in this
sense of its use, but P
which is in very common uus in g
sections of the country. Sa's always
iecingo they say of the woman wh
uns to the cupboard at irregular hours
: ats a piece of ui, cake, or som
otherr dainty. This u eglr na
ame of the chief causes of y
ad "weak stomach.
Diseases of the stomach and other
rgani of digestion and nuritloa are
completely cured by the usen of Doctor
iercess Golden Medical m it
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S.- ,. ,' a' thi country will
in ** ,.' ia- it! Turkey over
l .- ) .; ., fr the relea-e
,*f .- i.t vini treated
it .4. tod in that

,- ... I. ithe bill divis.l-
i, .li' dit st V!- the pre-i-
T-., '," law. Now
I -. carvedl into
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:i i ,,tr'. tle o, l time re-
v : ..: 'utiiernu plantation
*. .: n :ii~u:nlersof the Fi.k
1 :.-;'y :- ('iwu' at Nashville,
I. T,. I:, :.: .* ky lie wa4s presented
'., *-.: Ti,.',.1 peach brandy and
r., ',\ I .ir n, and promised lie
.;; -t;. l :t a, -oonas thirsty.

,: i.iit-tin.g statistics were con- t
'auiiit ii, :i r-vnt article in the Fourth '
*.-Lte. I" .rtai~ning to the equipment i
:iil xi,'n-' o)f pIulishiniga New York I
*t:iily It. i .au:h a paper's pay-roll 0
rn ::- fr-'. ,.;t.*e1 to $64..oNti per week; prv..e-.s are required each cost-.
,!i.: fr.1il 7.,oi o to $l4 t),a~nl, this bat-
t., y p,.fIr--,- teiiiL capable of turn- i
in.; oit thI- entire edition of a country i
%, .-kl of one thousand circulation in (
,.- the-ii three seconds: the amount of t{.'r w -t<-tl iii a single edition would I
* ,'i. ti. I. 1 of two good-sized freight s
tr. -: from:u Z.",oM to o .., Nio a month 1
i- -lp.'nt for wrapping-paperand twine. I

W\\' d ei-sent from the opinion ex-
ir,.--il bay a certain newspaper that
t I,. i' if and example of Charles Broad-
way I.: was worth to the general S
jui-li,, not more than 25 cents. Lett
i ,:iinlti-- Iand almost friendless at the
. '-, A.f tlhe Civil war, Mr. Rouse
tri t- itn ans honest way to carve for
hini-t f fame and fortune in thegreat P
mut ripoli. He slept in wagons and t
old dry tiaois boxes and eventually h
wa- :rr s!edl and landed in the tombs. ft
W\h'ui released lie was still undaunted P
a:i.l t.,,,k a fresh hold on life and died S
'!.-vit, a t,.tate valed at $3,000,X00, o
'tihul cL'\- <) extensively as to win the
;an,.t of philanthropist. We submit I&
th'tt the life, character, and memory p
'*f -u, h a man is worth more to his ti
-,'neiration than a beggerly plece of il

in for Mr. Jenuings his nomination.
He has entered ihe present senato-
al race to win, and lihas already made o
canvass of Sumter county and will
o the same in Marion. He will
ave no stone unturned to attain the oI


I The death of Charles Broadway Example of One Good We*mn--Oola's
Rou.s calls attention to the number of Thrift-Seautiful Silver Springs--li
southerners in New York and the Compliment for Ocala House.
most palatable thing aoout It Ia that
most palatable thing soout It is that One of the pleasures of a visit tc
so many of them have done well. One cf the pleasure of a visit to
Mr. Rouse was by no means the only vOala Is the meeting of my old and
millionaire amongst them and Mayor valued friend, Mrs. F. R. Gary. More
Van Wyck and Judge Roger A. Pryor than thirty years ago, she began
are not the only ones that have risen correspondence with me relative to
to political prominence, the deplorable condition of the Baptist
to political prominence. in t o .
Judge Augustus Van Wyck, of the cause in this community, beggig n e
,4uthern society, in his address before to aid her in an effort to repair the
that organization on the evening of old Baptist church at O'ala. S e was
Washington's birthday, said that ac- then one of three Baptists in her town.
cording to his best information there All three were women and two of
were fully 200,000 men, women and them were dependent on others for
children n in Greater New York who their support. Mrs. 4wry husband
are either born in the south or are waa prominent lawyer and a man of
children of southern parents who have means. t ut was not a Baptist. TIe
..ettled there. At the Georgia society prospect for the Bipti!ts seemed utter-
h an''ilet the number was put at less ly desperate, and great pressure was
but was still very large. brought to bear upon Mr. (iary to
The New York Commercial in an induce tier to ji, in ie one of the
interesting article on "New York's Pedobaptist .-hurches of the town.
Southern Colony," says that there are She promised to take the matter into
undoubtedly now in that city more consideration. and to riat her HiI le
than ';o,>t native-born southerners: over again ca.i-fully ani'l prayerfully.
that if the children of these southern to see if she ouMl cou-.t.ntitI.4ly joi
re-.ilents are counted the number is any other church. But at the eud of
filly l'm',y.K). The states have con. this search of the ,Srritures .h4e r-aceh
trial uted the 60,00) as follows; Mary- ed the ,toncluiotn that -h'- could nyver
land, !,fXN)o; Virginia, .2,70); North be anything Iut a lBh ltit-t. atI!I l' slie
Carolina, f6,50); South Carolina, 4,- inforne.l h-r frnea'i, : tle tarie
ltoo: georgia, 4,10); Florida, 1,400; time going to wv.rk -with a neww /.etl to
Alabama, l1,3&); Kentucky, 3,1<'1; build up the ftith whili -h" ^li, .l',
Louisiana, 2,400; Texas, 1,300; Ten- to be the true on.-. The ol.l Batti't
nessee, 1,600; Mississippi, 800; West church had not *1eti for
Virginia, .50); Arkansas, 300, and time and wa:- in a tate of 1sad ldilapi-
Missouri, 3,44"). dation. I ;ary herit went with

W'e next pa-et ti, ii .; a ,l, iox
factory of J. II. Taylor & I .imsany.
which i- al-,, biu-y t ..i. i it-
plant, preparing r at. iI: rT Aleql
business in Isakr:: vil.- t:. i-- rates
for this -,ea.- i'- r,,
The Ice Fa,-trvy ,.. L<-w.;-e (u-y
making el tiiun '. :.; i a i ,r'- iv-
ing meat- for c,,d .-,d r: I:- '.il
storage departnm t.t L;;- '...: tl
double' in the la-t t ;ta i thei
projtrietor- ,l;i;.v t i.K t. : :' *' ..i.:. :
has been laid tir t',- :, + n *f 'i
buimnes,- that wii, ui;akt ().-; .ti .
\'e next pa--- tl. < t > a.-I ..-
W orks and iik- t f < ...'- ,.:. u-
facturing plant:- : t. t; .i t:i ,-
prolitable iitt-r's A t:' ,i, -1 t!, i t .,n-
,1'mlptioU ,, i:a hit- 1.eW- tr.-r tiha0 :
the owuer- if tL,. -. uc i.adtl any
reason to expecIt. L'-y a.- eiiigjtet
with the tou-iu-is-. of thi l pa-t winter
and of the future outl,',k.
The spoke aund limit' Factorvy -eteeii.i
to have b,-eu l4art:i-uLtriy itisy il it-
various department:. T'hi. m-ilpany
is the largest of )cal's iudu.trie..
having the largest numwb-r of men
on its pay roll, ani ii weil leased
with its sucess seiuce ti. e-taliish-
ment here.
Hard by tl.- Sp',ki-c ai i ;i in Factory
s the Ocala Bar:r, F.t try. vl.lh,,
s no small item. ti tth-:' ati. viLt.-s .f
our business. h:fe, a- ti- turpeutiune
trade is largely ,,upli'iiltd with their
barrels from *ih-, .,.tr ,%ryv. w! i<'h is'
saying a great: deal. .1.':au.~I \If. .,-o--
ple are aware *.ta number of
)arrels r, uirt i.,r th:- ni t r-:v.
If persons do uoit i.itvve thiiat U'-al.i
s pursuing the "-trvau,,- lite." a
walk from the courtt hoiiut- to the
northern limit- ,.'f the( itv ,,1i O ,ceolA
street will couvin,'- tliemi to the ,

Mr. C. M. Brown's Candidacy.
It will be seen by ref,.rvtne to :t card
)riuted el-ewhere i!i t-it.- *.lumins
hat Mr. C. NI. Prown has annolunced
himself a candidate for state senator
or the -2th seuatorial district, ,oru-
rising the counties of Marion and
umrter. S$o far Mr. Brown ha.s no
Mr. Brown i* thie el st -on of the
ite Mr. (;ibson Brown. one of tilhe
ioneersof this county, and who bore
he reputation of leing tihe lirst ;man
i Marion county to plant an orange
rove for profit.
When a young man! Mr. Brown
studied law an.1 wats a'mwitted! to the F
ar but abandoned t!. pr.ofrfi. n for
adustrial and mercihanttile fruits o
2 which he has been quite -uccestrul. p
He put out -everal very large orange fi
roves and suceeited itn tringiug a
aem to maturity. After O(cala's dis- i
strous fire in Iss, he erected the d
resent Ocala House and has h
idustrial monuments to his credit.
He is a natural orator aud, was se-
ctedby GovernorJennings to place it
is name in nomination before the $
democratic convention at Jackson.
lie in 1900, and his -speech was the $1
object of favorable comment by all
ho heard it, and largely helped to fr

a carpenter to see what ou)tl be done
to make the building -afe for public.
services. In looking. around to ,-e
what repairs' were absolutely nece'--
sary, it was noted that the pulpit
seemed insecure, and. in the examina-
tion of the flooring, the carpenter dis-
covered just under the pulpit a 'possum
and her young. snugly settled in their
nest. Alluding to this little incident
today, Mrs. Gary said she never knew
what became of those 'opo0ssuis., but
they certainly were not allowed any
longer to monopolize the pulpit of the
Baptist church.
When we remembered this begin-
ning. this day of small things, it seems
marvellous indeed to know that the
Baptists of Ocala have a membership
of 140, a $15.'~9) house of worship in
one of the best parts of town, anti a
bright prospect for better things.
Dare any Baptist, with such an exam-
ple of courageous faith and of God's
power before him. give- up the struggle
to uphold Baptist principles as he
finds them laid down in the New
Testament ?
This beloved sister sets us another
example worthy of imitation. The
Lord's afflictiug hand has been laid
upon her, and she has been for
years so deaf that she cannot hear a
word of any sermon or prayer; but
she is one of the most regular attend-
ints upon public services and deeply
interested in all the work of her
church and in the advancement of
'hrist's kingdom all over the world.
We take the liberty of speaking thus
of her and her work, with the hope
of encouraging some feeble band else-
where to take courage and press on.
She hath done what she could."
Let every good woman who reads this
Article resolve to do more for the cause
1f Christ and to be more decided and
courageous in her denominational be-
ief, and not to imagine that the suc-
ess of the church depends wholly I
pon the men. a

The number of southern men who
won their way to leadership Is re-
markable. The Savannah Morning
News is well within the facts when it
says on this subject:
**It is probable that the number of
southerners who have attained success
in New York, in proportion to the
whole number there, is as great as
that of men from any other section of
the country, it not greater. Southern-
ers are prominent in business and the
professions. It is no unusual thing to
find a man who has come into promi-
nence suddenly, either in finance,
law or literature, is from the south.
"The south, of course, suffers to
-oinle extent from the loss of bright
young men, but the loss of young
men does not bear so hard upon her
as the loss of so much of her cash in
New York's great exchanges-the cot-
ton and stock exchanges. The hun-
dreds of millions of dollars which these
exchanges have taken from the south
4ince the war of secession would be
4uftlient to build factories enough to
*pin her entire cotton crop and make
a second Pittsburg out of Birmingham.
"New York draws from the whole
country, but it is a question whether ]
she does draw more heavily from the
south than any other section." 5
"The south is proud of her children 1
who have so greatly distinguished s
themselves in New York, but, after all a
he best chances that a young south- i
rner of character, brains and deter- c
uination can find anywhere are await- (
ug him in his own native section.

lorida at the Charleste Exposittlon.
The management of the South Car-
lina Interstate and West Indian Ex- ,
position now on in Charleston has
xed March 28 as "Florida Day" and
s there are so many Booth Carolin-
ans in Florida it is hoped that the
ay will be a memorable one in the C
history of the expoeltion.
The Southern Car & Foundry Com.- u
any, of Birmingham, Ala., have on
s books car orders amounting to
5,000,000 for the year 1902, and has
orders for miscellaneous forging for d
1 ,0,000 more. Among its orders is t
ne for one hundred and seventy-five
uit cars for the Florida East Coast
ailway. p
The Commoner, Mr. Bryan's paper, &
March 7th, contains more than a h
age article entitled the "Candidacy t
Mr. Hill." He says that ex-Senator ph
ill in his Mianhathan 'lini hv....a









greatest tourist ,moln In her htt,,ry
His splendid succam ha. ,artlrd it-.
hotel m..en of te at; buthto
now engaged in e@tll1 laWr plan
ris recent purchaseof the Duon park.
directly in tho o*otre of the city, It s
understood, means the ereetioo of u
opera house and electric light *ad l
plant for the exclusive um of hs h -t. I
Mr. Edwards. In addition to a luzur-
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rooms, parlor, offkcee. tc., hase Iro
vided every pomible amusement t',
the pleasure of bh iueta. O'uLA -
regular nportman sr paradise **h
there are plenty iofe uall. w ".'i
chucks, turkey and deer not to iii"-'
tion an occsional bter. andl 'r
thegreateet sports of them ail. .1
cat and fox chasing Mr. Edwarli
owns a well-trainuel parck of winA'.li
hounds, which are always at ".. r.
vice of his gueNts..
The (Ovala hap nott ,ni )ii \i *%
turf golf course. said tao bte is *
any in the south, but ha "111611) .x-
tnrt golfers, not a nly among thie vi-it
or-, but among tie hor1mte i*pl*. MIr
J. -. Pearson. of 4Ihl.ago, an ll excri.a: t
profa-ional instructor, remialu at the
)cala Houtse the entire" wesan i**
ly. life is never dull at the i h- sa
House. There is **nietlhiirg loini(r ail
the time. and Mrd. Edwardl. wtvi ,'
charming hostters. greatly aieats, her
husband in this .de-partruent.
But to write of orals wilthiiit wr t
ing of that fiar-famityd and bte aulrui
wonder of nature. 1ikiver hi ri.hit
would bie like the play of Hamirat wh'
Hamlet left out. Who ehas un. ti .-a
4f .Silver Sprinlg. thie Run al'it itr
wierilly pieturteyrue antd tortui .-ly
winding Ockluawaha riverI (Ir t .u - keeps a p-rfa.t lirtite n
yacht, the Helen, which 1s ket n
aommiseon, under a liyenoeda l )ot
'or the many varied and itelightfu.
excursions on the spring or river
These spring, are only five n.iues
rom (kOals, and can be reach l i y s
little railroad or a perfect dtrivo .,vr
hard road. ard through e1'4iieAtv
scenery. The head spring, or paw. ia
Large, deep basin, from whieb the
ilvery waters flow down sx Male
Run, mingling finally with the lark
r waters of the Ovkiawabsa. whi.h t in
urn, flowg into the ft. Johns. 114. th
treams are navigable for teariner,
wo lines of which ply between I'alat- '
Ca and Milver tSprtngp.
Harriet Bpecher Mtowe. In writing
f Silver Springs, called It a visit u
airyland. Of her feliow-pamenmrn
be said: "They returned from their
rip fairly inebriated with uenthuNiasmi
nd with inherent rapture.. rThy
ad seen Europe. Italy Napl- aud




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Ip't your prize money with that ol
thl. Star, and divide it into second and
third money? I don't think ten dol-
lars t(o much for first prize. tut 11
that first prize is ten dollars, the mse-
oud prize should be half of the first or
five dollars, and the tLird prize two
d, iare and a half, in each contest. If
yfu, with Mr. Cam uill arrange this
after the manner suggested above, I
will add five dollars to the fund, and
Mr. W. M. Gist, of this place, will add
five dollars more. Now, get others to
make u. :;.T :t.iii pr:i,, on-y.
Truntiug til..,- u g a..,.s will meet
with the approval of Mr. Care. the
Star and tLe Bnner. I am,
V. ry :uly yours.
Tht (. sla Banner heartily (oncurrs

ini the .-.gaNitiu,. made by Mr. Gaits-
kill aud it applauds hi.., ft r his liber
ality.-F_ BANNER.


I tIh I i;, or (of thc (< a.,. P.,i:inn
Fifty -- :. '. t1. l!est children
of New I';;l .,! :a.,1 tihe Central
"tate- we-re teeing taught in .-'hiool and

by their parents that they inu-t mak4-
t!Ieir 'wit fo-rtu-,e- :tnwi ris in life by
their 'A i. ort-, w hi!e tl!.. i,. chil-
'Iren of the s oti'h were being taught
tl::.t their in'-.s:-:: in life was to tbe a
', 'lemnan" or "lady," ac'aordinig t,,
'!.- **'14 1 mn ideas.
The'.-e-ult is that these same child-
,*< ;pa--:Lg away, have made
the previously unprodluetive north in-
tensely industrial and productive,
while the south has remained largely
undeveloped. It is true the results of
the C'ivil War were in favor of the
nortl,. but they by no means develop-
ed the one and ruined the other.
Then let us learn a les-on and, if
Fposible, solve this great problem.
A very few men will satisfy all de-
mands and occupy all the room in the
realm of the learned professions, but
the great industrial field of our c4oun-
try is a harvest ripe for the sickle and
containing but few reapers.
Our plan of education must be
suited to the demands of the present
and the next generations and must tbe
within the reach of the great middle
class from which nearly all of our
most successful men have risen.
First, the mind must le well de-
veleoled by .tudy and training and
thoroughly furnished with useful
,4.Second, it must have that te'hni- knowledge neeemsary to the Iparti-
eular vocation to be followed.
Rettit-n wring lthe above limitations.
we conclude that our high schools
must furnish the first part and that
the industrial school or college the
Now. as the professional and indus-
trial must both have the same foun-
dation-at least a good high school
education-it remains for us to de-
velop the high schools accordingly.
The parting of the ways is first met
at the end of the high school course.
There most students, eighteen to twen-
ty years old, turn to professional (or
industrial pursuits, and the great
majority must sustain themselves at
the age of twenty-one.
Then the best that can be done is to
give our struggling youth a full four
years' course, including the higher
branches of English, mathematics.
Latin, history and natural sciences.
Then they are competent to decide in-
telligently that greatest of all 'lus-
tions to be decided by a young man or
woman, -What shall 1 be*' and no
time or effort will have been expended
x cept in the way most profitable.
At the conclusion of this high school
course, if the student desires to follow
some one of the learned professions,
there are numerous' colleges and uni-
versities that will give him what he
needs, but if he desires to become a
producer of wealth and competent to
develop and manage a great industry
where may he turn for further in
etruetion ?


Good Suggestions to Florida Farmers
-Ship In Car Load Lots, Organize.
I'HICAGO, II.L., Varch 4 19o'.-

To the Editot Oct fla BiDrr
Dear Sir:-Tkie BuiAwni
regularly cvoey ~wu4-. an itd I a

I te =

tau e and closer business rt-ati, i-
with Chicagn and other great citiF- ill
this vast gianery, live stock ano ;iiani-

sales and returns at a great reduction
in cost. It seems as as though anyone
could see the great benefit accusing to
the truckers by such a system. There
is no patent on this system and you
are at liberty to publish the same for
the benefit of Florida truckers if you
2-;V Vm..k ... 1vi

Phosphate Notes.

factory of everything needful in thte
world. It has always :i-
though the transportation line- \ Wv-
st,.nidirig in their own light b-y n.t <*"-
ferrirng better inidu'enment- t,* la d
si-kers enabling them to .'e for tit hiit-
H-lves thw natural ai-.lvanta-, t.- t
-unlly -ruith with Iht-. xpti- :3ii
willen thliy have dt-eidti to ead th ir
lot ill the south en'-ourage tlieri i v
miii:kinii lower rates of freight i,.
tetttr r'ilities. I'rlib Iiad ant:*'_, -
ent'ounterei in mnarketinir th- Ir,,-
*Iu'ts of Floridla have drivt*n ii y,
del-iralle ft'rruers out of Floriil. It
is quite natural, however. for truti--
portation companies to lern:matin ai ,it
all they can get, though i! k:;i-
tile goose that lays the gaulit-n ,.v.
Trie remedy, however, i- with th*#-
people, and o'onsists in thlorotiu. ni ,-
ganizati )n.
An individual can do nothing.
Thei-re should be Au',h ia r.-:.;-
brought to tear on the railway 1 an.
missioners that eause them to r-ai.,:,
for once the duties aind folig.atio,,ti
they owe to a suffering constituiaiiy..
Florida possess advantage- over any
otherstate in the I'uion. ('rop- c.n
te grown and markered at a o:
the year when competition from i il,er
states is impossible. With an cl uit-
able distribution of thi<,-e early crr..s
among the many great ,'itie-s of tite
north, a good market can tie i..t I :' ;
everything raised at pr-et- tht.t w.,il
make Florida acres riuchl more v,'.,.-
able than in the northw.-t. IBut ati
equitable di-tribuJiou of liro,)lu't ,-at
only be obtained by thloroiuzl -tate
organization. lWhile I enterta:iii ii,
ill will towards the coimmii-si,'tn it-r-
chants in the cities ,of tlie north andI
believe thtnu fairly Itmoest as a acla-,
with a few exceptio)ns, the produ li'--
,an not atlbrd t, wear out hi.- ;ife
simpl,. that thei.-mominisbion mieriliatit
an-& trAnuportation coiampiaile- A nty
flouri-'t and grow imnieti-ely ri,-h.
It is ni.w time for the truckers atiel
fruit growers of Florida to unite arnl
work together for each others inter,-t.
Form a state organization, with
branches throughout the state. estab-
lish a central office In some northerti
The various asciationu through,-
out the state could by uniting ship
all In car lots under their own marks.
consigned to the association at u.h'li
saints as the central office might li-
rect. This would reduce freight rate-.
The general office would keep )well
posted on the best points to consign to
and also posted by wire of every car
shipped out, the kind of produce and
destination. All these cars couhl tbe
posted on bulletin boards in the olih',
and If found advisable could wire the
transportation company and have the
same diverted to some other point,
thus preventing a glut and conse-
quent loss to shipper, sales should be
made by auction at the dock or ware-
house as soon as stuff arrived, by (one
or more auctioneers in each city as
case might require, thus avoidinir ex-
pensive carting, and bringing prompt


-; ke ,owt of Oolni, cakes, and B Ina
I.:! ?- ,vry leseriptilon.. Special attntUot
pao to '.crI servTloes.
',i-balming to Order.
A. -.. ass atry, t i ",e .; Ie.

TONIC AND VITALIZER is sold with written
guarantee to cure nervous debility, lost vitality.

not nalec a log y Fley's1y ny on
a Coid as dlayq r" of- hTrpiss rantsevao cev
wndangerous Foley's prmptt aiiot n atl snow
vlseeal saf and sre illif:eteosheumdaet.
mra. ontan* n opiv tw tat1hs faied t giv
Lnd I&guaraneed. y u relief

Teenau a o- osath~ at0Pbww


phac: t~ei,(- altini-,re Man fact urers
B'- q.1 o, Ylar., L ii !"ortainza the fcol.

'Ih I 4.itiiiiies v'try -steady,

iii4U I .~[~'~.Ii I 'Ihbwork
iii I;t;,T ~ f-FiIIlan d L rd-nwk t-c-
vb-ing p'irsueli with

hav# a. i!#i In v ~ar-Iou!.plau ts, and
tithe~ :.*d III ru'i4.i U bout110toie
CAI~e4'-'l ':~vealpr'lirties. The
qlt-nti,:rr:' lo F, r d I r r.k i- not urIvert
ri ~~ i- .r.'. -.* L. a -z''.1iriy4uiry, and
I,= 1. ve ht-- vlose'd
da~r~h ..~ im -c:i-kfaroery prices.
In te ~2 IiLbere i-4j4.'onsiJ-
eriI~t ,. ,'t'1d-hii;.rzeut-4 from


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Sash and
Doors, .


Toole. .0

Ready Mixed
Paints Etc .

The Montezuma HoteL



Usiduer Entire N4~~'ess, n1maw.euuu 'N. W1U.J4teeIanud KermraMb".d

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ed ti note the progress beluga mariie in
your city and state, and only wi-h it
miKht he more rapid, and I am -iret
it might be if the natural advanrages
W Tre better known througLout the
grpat northwest, better aequtiin-


is all right, if tou are too fat;
and all wronc, if too thin already.
Fa". r,:Ough for your habit, is
h: t more, or less, is
no rat harm. Too fat, consult
:` o. t' t:un, persistently
:, : :cr \ hat cause, take

( ,.
-, I .:Mnulioti or -Cod Liver

;:.2 .I:'.- mnianv causes of get-
t : l.t:n; they all come
,-: : ,e two heads: over-
.- ." .:... under-digestion.
S,'.cr-%kork, if 'you can;
lu'i. \\ i.lCicr you can or not,
:.i.: ScuCtt's Emulsion ofCod
S", ( to balance yourself
ou:r .-work. You can't ive
S by it, you
..... i: .r:-'s a limit, however;
,,:'; ,l t for it.
ct)tt's Emulsion of Cod Liver
:'. is the readiest cure for
",-n't," unless it comes of
'0:- drino no work--yvou can't
. ) K xCli and strong, without
'.e sort of activity.
The genuine has
1:- picture on it,
-, no other.
it you have not
.- : it. send for
o sample, its a--
-':abe taste will
arise you.
W9 Pearl Street,
New York.
S.c. an-d $1.00; all druggists.

Womanly Beauty
Sparkii'F1. E. cand BrightFaces

n \ 'P- VfEAT KRF.NC-
\ ; ,-V 4 (i!ZZ:!l ,
II11. I1
.. -- 1 it ,e ak iR L.S
," :" -'. : it t i w -.ntlerfi'; rt'i.-f
.' t,;-trength-ns the
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S :'' \' 'v -'. -' .t Mak" ai Woman
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T M3 SUNESTI. ma,,' considerat.., uu.,.s it te like tein and quite eq ual t ) cottA ne) d
TK MT Y ESTIMS. ..r-,tt !ipn-s te m ,...~ ni..'- meal let feeding value.
ti.,n with the lio'-uor tratlh,' not actu- The Flotida *eperiment statioo last

I muht maythat thecurreuteditorials atcd by any moral interest, but strictly year fed a grade steer tor 60 days on
f r and against the "dispensary" have legal interest for revenue the beans and pods in the green stage,
filled me with a feeling that is funny e take it as to the use of alcoholic and added 214 pounds to its weight in
and peculiar. To me the editor of liquors as a beverage the question is: that time. The steers are turned in
tbhe Times-Union and Citizen appears is such use beneficial or bad If it is when the beans begin to mature, and
to be, as Artemus Ward so aptly said. a "good thing" take ofrt the license an acre fattens three to six head, add-
"an moorin cuem," while the remark' altogether and put it on the samue ing $7 each to their selling value. The
o fo hmothcer ,ilder- of the editor- b-is as all the other giod and pleas- tumblee ia plowed under the following

Ist quill are no less exciting to my

Now it looks this way to me. Aud
to show that I do not doubt their s'n-
c. rtty I will cite the foltowiug illu-
tration.- of persons who were inucere
iu hib-ir d,'it.g-. It a cer'.iu .amili
fou out of five children '.Led with
tylphoid fever. At first tLey thought
n.thia, of it aud owing to the k:nd
minai.tratl;,.'- of the ueil'ghors were
n it 'tls-....'! ttct ait~ 'aiin at the prv-
1,' ..... : <.od. liu : ,. ih t ,,* '- th
o. ..t- t-n t .*I aI t-,- < 'A the
St 1A t ,U .4IA d n% th a :! ;-I h
IlvT -;!:; ;. wAS m 'A ;. '**d
,. .' .. .' -.- :r .i' -d a ll
S ,. : her
, '- !- *'.,f r atti 'f th,-
., ,. *, ; t. h e
I.r.-va :.. *..* f a l -i .i 'f a'!airs
-.*< ur.- .- i. tinia:t' a,. ,o .e-
a.- ;t ,- *- :i',-. w 1.. i'- tiu ally
r -a. ,..,. a.. a ".' -~:a e of m.'rta lity
-. u.rIt t.: .iP ; i...on ~f the cause.
ai i- au...-. 'rAi of unte.-ira le ef-
f- t- iJ,,- A. ,wiIt;g the cause to con-
t:iAu i- 'tee:;u t.' me a good deal like
Llat ,-oute of our -acriligious humor-
!-t,, :lAhO-e to call "damphoolishnesse."
I reiuntrutr nearingof an old fellow
who raised a certain kind of potatoes,
aiLo,,.-t which, one year, were a few
who woull not do for market. These
the old fellow tarew aside when
he made his sales, with the result that
when he came to market the follow.
ing year's crop, though grown on bet-
ter ground, they were nothing better
but had rather grown worse. He had
amteliurated couni'eramly the condi-
tiuonl. '-f lhi? potatoes for market, but
a.-a part f the same plan had intro-
duced condition- which made the lat-
tv-i end wrse than the beginning.
It i- a mItt-r of history that nio-t
-.l the eris that have a! ie'i -o,-'ety
in tilut..- a.-t. and Lax ot u eLri i-
,at*<.. and have bee:. -, ,-rad:' -at-d
,i.:y when their enormity fully ap-
i-ared, unot by any .;rc-..-. of miti-
cation o f the re--u1t. indipendeut of
tie- cau-te
Now I take it that the fear of social
-'raci-iii has kept ten women from a
life of -hame where the '" Rescue
Honte&t" have saved ,one. One under-
takes to mitigate results at the end.
the otherr stands at the beginning and
say- "thou -halt not."
Even in orthodox religion the de-
,truc'ti,'n of the old-fashioned idea of
h-ll ha- to a large extent destroyed
the restraining effect which religion
a- a whole, had upon the pasion'As and
evi' inclinations of the masses.
I venture the assertion in good faith
that if all taxes, both state and na-
tional. were taken of? the liquor
tratli.. stripping it of the ameliorat-
itng conditionss secured by the system
the matter of fact men of this nation
who conduct" its large business inter-
ett-., whose judgment is largely af-
fected by the dollars and cents which
the liquor interests now contribute to
the lpubllic treasury, would rise up and
in language mere emphatic and forci-
ble than polite demand the abolition
of the entire traffic as a d n nui-
sance which degradee socie ty, under-

mine, the honesty of business em-
rplyees and while demanding more
protection from the law than any
other business, contributes compara-
tively nothing to its support. It other
words, the more you mitigate the aw-
ful conditions consequent upon the
liquor traffic the greater will be the
resultant evils, that is, more wide
spread if not so flagrant in their na-
ture, and it is the secret evil that un-
dermines society.
.* a .. *_ A,& -_ _-

ant things of life, for when we have



j a eooi thing we Stould push it along
This i- a gos'd .,Auerican idea. If, or'
the contrary. it is a bad thing, thtr
Sall our actions shonMl be towards thet
dest,'ruction of the thing itself, unot to'
wards the amelioration of it, evil
effects which means the continued
t tolt.ration and exi-tence of the evil
I thing. nu t even if uA'h action result
in a number of fat offices for the hun-
gry ,f(ikt seekers and a large sum to
educate children. wh., owing to the
same edilu'atioa. mnu-t sutfer more
acue-',y as the wive-, of drunkent hu-
ban:ds. ci d"ren o' dru'iken parents,
or the fal:eu N,..- f Cthei dmono
drink it-eif.
Tne only ,tuesti,'n tOie writer sees 01i
the di-penary -y-temu -: '"Wi the
,le-trurtiou .f tile 'i private interest'
feature of the t iti~or traii,' elminaiate
froal the structure of society a-i elt-
nient working for the- retention f the
!iqu,,r traffic amongst us stronger than
that which will i-e u-heredt iu by the
advent of a multitude of office hold-
ers who-e interests., of course. will lie
in the pe.petuation of the business
which secures to them their job ."' In
considering this a'l the adveise criti-
cisms above given ahou'd be taken
into consideration, and uider these
conditions the w.'iter would like to
hear this lst ,question discet-s-ed.
< i. CoWAN.
A':a:. < Journ.,
A Fine Forage Crop.
At this time of of the yea" the sub-
ject of forage crops is of great practical
importance. In a letter to the Mont-
gomery Advertiser, Mr. K. 0. Vain,
of Fort Mead, F'%.. gives -ome very
interesting g in ufomation as the re-it of
six years' experience with the velvet
htea;n as a crop. The fact that he rai'sd
; -.:rop i ucreasing<,uantitie- every
year an I ias, no -eed t se" : evi-
,tde'-'e that he value" it highly and has
foudI it proiTable. Mr. Varn says
h.- thought tue sto: k pea was the best
I.;aii f;' *I e rici ug of p. )r lanin, un.
t'i h, t.i:ed thIe velvet bean. Hie is
now t 'iviued that the 1'ttti r ;.< ;.-' per
Oc ut more valuai,le for building up the
Mr. Vari'- bigh -timate of the
value of the velvet bean is iu line with
rep<,rts of several experiment stations.
The L)uiiana station )found that an
ordinary acre of bean- contained 11A.1
pou,.d- of nitrogen, 2:1 poundl4 of p >)t-
ash and 41 poinOs of phosiplioric acid,
which when plough' d under, hsa a
fertil,.,:'%g value of '.o an acre. The
A'lakama st.-tion planted oatA on one
patch., on a wornout hil-side, where
the beaun had ibe. n tu'-: i under, ne
yield of the first patch wae :.3.6 bushels
per acre, and of the second ,.4 bushels.
The straw from the bean patch
weigh. i five times that from the other.
Two such plots planted in cota gave
like results. A crop of beans can be
made and turmnd under for $4 an acre.
Mr. Varn will plant 4ow) acr' of vel-
vet beans this year. He has know
the bean to produce nine tons of hay
and 75 bushe's of shelled beanson land
that would not produce 2) bushels of
The velvet bean is very rich in pro-

The treatment of Catarrh w i t h antiseptic and
astringent washes, lotions, salves, medicated tobacco
and cigarettes or any external or local application, is
just as senseless as would be kindling a fire on top of
the pot to make it boil. True, these give temporary
relief, but the cavities and passages of the head and the
bronchial tubes soon fill up again with mucus.
Taking cold is the first step towards Catarrh, for it
checks perspiration, and the poisonous acids and
vapors which should pass off through the skin, are
thrown back upon the mucous membrane or inner skin,
producing iflIammation and excessive flow of muanu.

spring anti planted in corn, and the
crop is Increased 50 per cent. The
vines make the flnestof feed for milch
>'o s, and are equally good for sheep,
hlors s and other stock. The beans
are not tit for human food. The land
is prepared' for beans as for corn, and
they are planted two in a hill 15 to 24
inches in the drill, and in rows 4 feet
apart. Tney grow at a great rate and
soon cover the ground with a mass of
,.nes waist deep. The vines keep
green until frost, but rot quickly and
are readly turned under. The beans
hang on the vines tl'-ee months after
ripening and can be grazed on all win-
ter. The vines mike a very nutrtious
hay and can be mowed two or three
times. They withstand the severest
drought or wettest weather, thrive
anywhere and rarely make a failure.
Thie diversification is steadily in-
creasing in the south, and there are
now many crops of great value to
this section which were unt known
here at a" a few year sgo.

Foley's Honey and Tar
Cures coughs and colds.
C ures bronchitis and asthma.
Cures croup and whooping cough.
Cures hoarseness and bronchial
Cures pneumonia and la grippe.-
Sold by Anti-Monopoly Drug Store.
Doings at Selleview.
Strawberries are late this season,
but they will soon be in abundance
and promise to be very large and lus-
More than the average of vegetables
and staple crops such as corn and
cotton will be planted in and around
Belleview this season.
Mr. Disbrow, a commercial traveller
who has his residence in Belleview,
spent few days here this week.
There are velvet bean enthusiasts
in Belleview. Some of them report
putting horses, cattle and hogs in
their bean fields last fall and keeping
them fat all winter without any other
feed, thus saving the time, trouble
and cost of curing other kinds of stock
food. by getting something better at
much less expense.
There is an increasing interest in
the planting of cassava, and it is class.
ed next to the velvet bean, as the
farmers' friend.
A large acreage in this vicinity will
be planted in watermelons thisseason.
4)ome watermelon growers of O)xford
have rented land here and are busy
making preparations.
Take it all in all farm life in and
around Belleview presents a busy

Stepped Into Live Coals.
"When a child I burned my foot
frightfully," writes W. H. Eads, of 1
Jonesville, Va., "which caused horrible !
leg sores for 30 years, but Bucklen's I
Arnica Salve wholly cured me after a
everything else failed." Infallible for o
burns, scalds, cuts, sores, bruises and B
piles. Sold by Anti-Monopoly Drug
tor&, 5

Pneumonia Fellows a Cold j
But never follows the use of Foley' 1T
Honey and Tar. It stops, the cough, f
heals and strengthens the lungs andl
iffTrds perfect security from an attack
of pneumonia. Refuse substitutes. t
Sold by Anti-Monopoly Drug Store. b
Gaiter Items.
Farmers in this section are planting
*orn and other field crops.
Mr. T. W. Robertson ha.s been look-
ng after his cattle in Citrus county.
le says the prospect for beef in the
Manufleld locality is not very hatter-
ng. d
Messrs. Lummie and Oscar Barnee, a
and their sister, Miss Laura, have re-
urned to their home at Lecanto much b
o regret of the community. Come b
again, visitors; you are always wel. t
Mr. E. V. Rayburn left Monday to
oin his brother at Miami. El we
tope you a pleasant journey. You k
will be missed.
I wonder what young fellow it was
hat went to sleen during nSiindauv

$ngignti of P ftheas at ramp&

Pythias for the state of tFlortda w.*.
held in Tampa last Wedn.-l-day P...
(day and ye-terday.and were wel. ,im ,t j
loy five hundreds local lbrtl.,-- I 1
the bright ,-olor ot t e ..rt-r .-.*
c lO -piCUoUS ill every eI,,-k :., ** *.'r
of Tampa. The ke~ .f tle v w.
turned over to them atn'l 'i,-v '.
-uperbly weli'omedt by Mav r
and were weleotied us ea'
three local lodges .t that .' y
! Chancellor ('omimanil-r H i.

Bridge, is ha, ret iitrntd hoiime :ait.,
a mionth'.s v 'it 1 :; it.
Mr. and Mrs. Buford Leitner visited
at Spring Park last week.
Miss 4 arrive Murphy is .spending
several days with her grandmother at
Mr. and Mrs. Will Proctor, of Pl-dro,.
Memsrs. Smoak, of Ocala, and Mr. Lee
Neal, of Anthony, were visitors here
Strawberries will -(On be ripening
if the warm weather continues andi
the growers will then reap the reward
of thier labors.
Mr. F. P. Cahoou. or Brooklyu. i.-
here on a visit to friends. Ji'L 'IL.

Brain-Food Nonsense.
Another ridiculous fo'"d fad has been
branded by the most eoimpetent au-
thorities. They have dispelled the
silly notion that one kind of food 6 i
needed for brain, another for inun-'clts,
and still another for bones. .\ *' .r-
rect diet will not only nomrir-i ;a pt'-
ticular part of the body. it it will
sustain every other part. Yet. i,-w-
ever good your food may be, it.- nutr!-
ment is destroyed by in --t'-tion >.i
dyspepsia. You linust re'paren f',r
their appearance or prevent tiL> i
coming by taking regular td'se ,fr
(;reen's August Flower. the t'favorite
medicine .of the healthy miliim-on. A
few doses aids digestion, -timulat,.
the liver to healthy acti'iu, purilie,' the
blood, and makes you feel buoyant
and vigorous. You caii get (i. .
(;reen's reliable renedie,, at A.iti-
Monopoly Drug store. 'wl
Martel Mention.
Mrs. Hodge. of Valdosta. (,a., ,
visiting D. A. Clark anwl faijiy at
Martel, and being a most etntinia!le
lady, and having in charge Mr ('lark'4
bright little (laughter, is a wel'.ined
Mrs. W. J. Clyatt. Mr". Vernon ly-
att, and MNr. R. R. Carroll were pleas-
ant visitors at Martel this week.
A number of our farmers n re iusy
planting corn, and during next week
most of the corn crop will be planted,
which in area wi"1 be fully up to th-.
crop of H191.
Most of the patrons of the Martel
school assembled at the school house
Tuesday to witness tie clos.inv exer-
The program vwas elaborate and
well arranged awl each { upil went
through the Tart they had ieen :as-
signed without a hit,. I:t: all pre?- .
ent were loud in prai.-e 'f thie teacher,
Miss Turney, for the advanr<.eni.!t of
her pupils aind the tx' elSInt't mrianntr e i
in which she coudticted thin. ,ih.,ing n
The patrons of the -vclh)ool are now
circulating a p,,ition to mnak- a sui, i
school district of Martel so as to give ,
a longer term. ,
Mr. and Mrs. J,,hn H. Brook" have 1
4ent their bright little daughter. F'rn-
estine, to Ocala, to receive tihe advan-
tages of the school there until they t
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A Short Corn Crop

The coi : i rrop r) la.-i y,-.-r w a. *.
-nial'est we have "had for v.,-r *
years. Th'i total w pr,,ut,.r, .tn ,
ed to only onIe ill'n, ;- O .' .
million busliel-. hi<.- av.r'-n-
,ldution for tlhe i-,rv-d,! (tw' v
years has been more tlhau tw
bushels a year. During ttiL ast t,.T A
years (comn 1a.s fo jur tin-,. -. -. .. -
-l1 a bushel, and the -'unalle- "
corn for twenty yo-ar-, witl .
ception of last year, was ,.e ,
six hundred nmilionu. or tive. .:,..,:- *
million more than the* '*"' -'
year. If the corn crop of i '4... .ti,, '.
ing to one billion -ix hundred !n,' ,
sold for 1l a bushel ',r lhiaher *-i- .
lid, is it at all unrea.moii:tile f.r i- '

predict the sawe or even a iivt.e-r
price for last year's ,ei', wheii : .
tive hundr-d nillon i'.ss thani t: i'

Florida Canneries
The Packer, a newspaper 'r I ,ii'n';
New York in the intere-t ti,. -
lucer, o, stains the fu',wi,,: Iten,-
the canning industry) in Floh ria
'Tihe p:ueapple grower" ar. f rep'fr-
ng to add to their reviinu. i v *:.-
ning all surplus stock.
"The success o)f eannerie-- at -ar"
and Lowell, two 'eadinrl tr'i. k 2",'w-
ing centers of Mari,'n ,'' y. hta- '-
luced A. Faucett, of calt. t ad. tt
_anninug 'acto)ry t) his pllai;t awl tno
has already placed an order f, r 1 *
"On the *'oat up ti. ':te. t.
principal canning operartin- l...
)een confined to preserving t'ruit- t.-,
ellies from the guavaan *'Itlhi r r ;",I'-.
rhe opportunity to o,,lera. ,an ,
a'tories in this section s eni!- to i,* #.:u
.xcelleut one. Pineapple, as. we-i. i,
,nomatoes and other veireta-le .. i;,
be preserved in thi' way aiit ri t, ..:-

Florida Shipments
Mr. \V '\Vilkins wri,-. to *...
Packer" from Leesburg as f ,.ow,.
"We will have somethingg like ,
ars of cabbage to well from h, ,i
section. Our main erop will ,onm. n
bout March We. We have hal ** .-I
lid rains in last two we..e. 4Cr, l'
re coming out nicely.
"Our late planting of lttu,., ,'
egin to come in March 1,o atidt it wt P .
e of better quality than w hiave,- ,a,j
his winter.
"This has been a harul winter ,rn
ruck. We have had more fr"S"I antl
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'TheROYAL SCARLET Brand of Canned Goods is the best in the vor, ,
d We have these goods in 38 varieties. Our Maralades,s, Pr r
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