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Title: The Ocala banner
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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: April 4, 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 )
Genre: newspaper   ( marcgt )
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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Volume ID: VID00634
Source Institution: University of Florida
Holding Location: University of Florida
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Resource Identifier: oclc - 18660476
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Mr. and Mrs. Albert H. Birdaey, of
For-yth, (a former residents oif this
city, are- here on a

M1i?- Fay C(riIh'lett left last week for
O(-ala to resume ihor studies in music.
-LIarg;i i,rr -linimltiet to West Hills-
Sboro Press.
The surest and safest remedy for
kidney and bluadder disea-ws is Foley's
Kidney < ure. Sold by Anti-Monopoly
I )rugi store. in

Mir- Dan Morgan Smuith .v-rved re-
freslhments at tli golf link- Saturday
afterniooi., much to the ejoymitient of
those present.

Mr. and Mr-. William Benus have
returned trom Tampa, where they
-ipelit 1-tster with Mrs. Ht-nus' Ibrothi-
ter, Mr. I harles Hule r.
Foley's Kidney Cure, if taken in
time, attord- security from all kidney

and Ihladder diseases.
Monopoly Drug Store.
We regret that the
March killed the pear
now looks as tliough
e deprived tof a pear t

Sold by Anti-
recent cold in
blosson*t aid it
we shall again

The Punta s4orda Herald has ut-
tered a very great truth. It says that
all wise nlewpI..I-rs should respect
the circuit judge and the sheriff.

Crystal river and Ceday Key oysters
received daily tby Otto IMente, at the
lily market. 1--1:1

Florida edittos, after listening to
gu-ihers of oratory, eating fish and in-
-pecting oil, have returned to their
de-ks from Pensacola. -4 ;ainesville

Tile children of Mr. Chance Crane
entertainedt their little friends with an
Ex-ter egg hunt Saturday afternoon.
The little ont- spent a very merry af-
Hon. \Will J. Chambers, candidate
ftor the state senate. came up Wednes-
day from Sumter county, where lie
says lihe received much encourage-
Foley's Honey and Tar contains no
opiates, and will not constipate like
nearly all other cough medicines. Re-
fuse -utbstitu'vs. Sold by the Anti-
Monopoly Drug Store. In

The old-fa-hion-d woman who :ad-
vi-ied her husband to save his money,
thatt she didn't want an Easter bon-
iet." has long since been gathered to
lir mothers.

Senator I. H. Baker, of Sumter,
was a recent visitor to Ocala. We un-
derstand that lie is receiving a great
many letters requt sting him to enter
his name for re-election.

Cemetery 1oits cleaned and cared for
by the (Greenhiouse Company. l1tf "

Right on the heelsof Prince Henry's
visit. a German lieutenant claims to
have a plan that will enable Germany
to whip the United States. Will
Prince Henry permit it*'

Mr. i. T. 1 hayer and wife, of I'har-
leston,. W. Va., who has been visiting
Mr. William Hocker for some days,
have returned home. Mr. Thayer is
engaged in the iron business.

\larianna is touched with revivify-
ing life and is soon to erect an ice
plant, an electric plant and other
plants, showing that she belongs to
the living. We congratulate her.

Mrs. Johnson and Miss Johnson
who have been spending the past six
weeks in Ocala at Dr. J. M. Thomp-
son's on Ft. King avenue, left Mon-
day afternoon for their home in C('hi-
Mlr. S. J. Walker and Mr. Louis M.

Cleaver, of Orlando. are putting out
fifty acres in pecans. Mr. Cleaver

The Sumterville Times speaks in
praise of Mr. W. J. chambers's career
as a memwbr of the last legi-lature.

The iRedlands i;Cal., ('itrograph
sa3s that cassava is a failure in that
state. It should try the velvet bean.

Mrs. W. \. (lover, of Waterbury,
S. C.. is the guest of her sisters, Mrs.
It. A. Hatll and Miss Mattie Williams.

Mr. Alfred Ayer returned yesterday
afternoon fiom tMc'Into-Ih, where lie
went to s.lend Suiday with his fami-

.Mrs. Hatiip chambers of Orange
Lake, wlio iis been spending several
days iii (Oeala, returned home Tues-
day. _
Mr. J. H. Randolph, representing
Chase & Sanborn's votflees, was; in
Ocala yesterday calling on our mer-
Mr. Angus Birdsey returned to the
East Florida Seminary Monday.
after having spent Easter in Oeala
with his mother.

Mr. Reeves, who fior the past six
months has been clerkiug for C.
Rhleineaur. has severed his connection
with said firm and returned to his
home in New York.

Mr. Iee Cox who has been spend-
ing the past week in 0(-ala returned
Tuesday to St. Augustine where lie
has a good position with the Record
Publishing Company.

Mr. Charles Peyser, formerly of
Ocala, but now of New York, is in the
city.'Mr. Peyser will in'all probability
return to Ocala to live. His many
friends here hope he will do so.

Professor and Mrs. P. Wilson Green,
of Belleview, had the misfortune to
lose their little child Monday. The
remains were taken to Mrs. Green's
old honie, Fairfield, for burial.

Mi-ses Annie and Abbie McCarthy,
who attend St. Joseph's Academy
at St. Augustine, are in the city, hav-
ing come to attend the funeralof their
mother, Mrs. Nancy McC'arthy.

Miss Anna (;eiger and Rev. Robert
Lovell were married at Plymouth,
Fla.. on the evening of March, 16.
The bride is a daughter of Rev. L. D.
'eiger and formerly resided in Ocala.

The paper read by Miss E. Nellie
Beck, editor of the Bartow Courier In-
formant, before the Florida Press As-
sociation at Pensacola is said to be
one of the best papers ever read before
the association.
On Sunday morning we shall pub
lish an original story entitled "A
Tragedy During the Indian War of
1335." The story was written by a
'young resident of this city. The scene
is laid near Ocala. Everyone should
be sure to read it.

Mrs. Edward Hiller, Mr. Sidney
Hiller. Misses Mona and Hazel Hiller
returned yesterday afternoon from
Palm Beach where they went to
spend Easter. They, like everyone
who visits this section of Florida,were
very much charmed with it.

Mr. E. H. Carmichael, of this city,
and sister, Miss Annie Charmichael,
and cousin. Miss Fulmore, of Austin,
Texas, have been visiting in Tampa.
Mr. Carmicael returned to Ocala yes-
terday and his sister and cousin have
gone to Manatee for a visit.
The vegetable season will soon be
on in full blast. Soon thousands and
thousands of crates will be hur-
ried to northern markets.. The ship-
ments from Florida will include cel-
ery, tomatoes, strawberries, beans,
cabbages and later watermelons and

cantaloupes. The products of
ida reach the furtherest limits

of the

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Governor and Mrs. Jennings were
the guests of the Florida Press Asso-
ciation at Pensacola and were tender-
ed a reception at the Escambia Hotel
the last night of the session. They
were the recipients of many congratu-

They are "shelling the woods'
down in Marion county. Col. C(. M.
Brown and Hon. W. J. Chambers
have announced for the senate from
the Twentieth (Marion and Sumter
counties) district. The fur is begiL-
ning to fly.-Lake City Index.

Mrs. Sam iGottlieb, of Cincinnati
who hIas been visiting her daughter,
Mrs. Maurice Strauss, for the last two
months, left today for St. Augustine
to visit her friend Mrs. Carcala, and
will finish her southern trip with her
on the East Coast before returning
Mr. Hodges, the popular young
newspaper man, arranged a pleasant
sailboat party last night, which enjoy-
ed a delightful trip to Oyster Bar and
return. Those in the party were
Misses Williams, Woodward, Wool-
dridge and Stevens, and Messrs( ree-
son, Hampton Paul (Gleen and
Hodges.-Tampa Tribune.

Angus Jones, tried for the murder
of Robert Solomon, was convicted of
murder in the second degree with a
recommendation from the jury to
the mercy of the court. The penalty
is a life time in the penitentiary.
The recommendation of the jury un-
der the law does not mitigate the sen-

Editor Caldwell was fairly over-
whelmed with compliments over the
neat and graceful way in which he
wriggled out of a tough proposition
in discussing, at the behest of the
committee, the crucial question,
"When is a newspaper lie moral:'"'
But he almost "cussed" when some
one called hi.a "A Second Sam Jones."
-Pensacola Press.

Mrs. B. A. Weathers, Miss Esther
Weathers, and Miss Emily Ford re-
turned yesterday afternoon from a
week's visit to Daytona and St. Aug-
ustine. Miss Taylor who has been
visiting Miss Weathers for the past
two months and who accompanied
them on their trip, left the party at
Palatka returning to her home in
Cincinnati, Ohio.

Speaking of phosphate movements
the Manufacturers' Record, of Balti-
more, says that Florida continues to
show considerable vigor and is mak-
ing good progress both in the hard
rock and pebble sections. That pros-
pecting in Hernando and other coun-
ties is being carried on successfully,
and the establishment of new plants
in the hard rock section is contem-
Arkansas is witnessing the hottest
political fight in its history. The con-
test is between Senator James K.
Jones and ex-Governor Clark. The
ex-governor wants to wear the sena-
torial toga. Senator Jones has been
chairman of the democratic executive
committee for eighteen years. The is-
sue is to be decided by a primary, the
first in the history of that state.

B. 3M. Simms of Ocala, an expe-
rienced and successful orange grower,
dissents from the opinion that the
bloom buds on orange trees appear
uniformly at the same time with the
earliest appearance of new growth.
He says that there are frequent ex-
ceptions to the rule, and does not feel
at all discouraged by the delay in the
bloom this spring. The severity of the
winter, he thinks, may have imposed
new habits of physical economy upon
the trees, and they may wait, even
until June. to recover their normal





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To show that there are some genu-
ine poets connected with the Florida
Press Association we make the follow-
ing extract from the "Bulletin" just

The gill stood on the burning ,eck.
She had .,f peanuts half peck.
Thty said her name was NlI!ic B- :k
The heaving lil!owvs cau-ed a wreck'

We take pleasure in holding up the
following for other counties to copy
after: "Orange county's sixty miles
of smooth, hard and well built roads,
and one hundred and fifty miles of
bicycle paths, are a great attraction
and source of pleasure to the tourists
and winter residents to he found with-
in her borders."-Orlando Reporter.

Doctor A. L. Izlar, of Ocala, suggests
that a convention be held in that city
at some future date. He requests that
all who are in favor of it and will at-
tend, drop him a postal to that effect.
From the number in favor of the con-
vention the practicability of such a
movement can be determined. It
will only cost a postal card. Write
to the doctor at once.-Florida Chris-
tain Advocate.

For coughs and colds there is no
medicine so effective as Ballard's
Horehound Syrup. It is the ideal
remedy. Price 25 and 34,. Auti-
Monopoly Drug Store. m
Monday morning Mr. Harry E.
Leavengood was driving down Mag-
nolia street when one of the shafts of
the wagon broke. The horse became
frightened and ran away throwing
Mr. Leavengood violently to the
ground. He sustained very painful
bruises on the face, and arms and sev-
eral of his fingers were badly mashed.
While his injuries were not serious
they were quite painful. MFr. James
Carlisle dressed his wounds and he
will be all right in a few days.
Arkansas Chill and Fever Cure is
guaranteed to cure. Tydings & Co '
Among the visitors to Ocala Satur-
day was Mr. M. W. Ulmer, of Conant.
Mr. Ulmer is a prominent turpentine
operator and has the utmost faith in
the future of Florida. He svys the
lands around Conant, though appar-
ently poor, are extremely productive
and beautiful in their undulations.
He says the garden of Major Teague
is the finest he has ever seen any-
where, and the orange groves in that
entire region are looking magnificent-
ly well; that Florida has only to be
known to be admired, and some day
will teem with a busy population.
She has the land and the climate, the
rivers, lakes and harbors, and these
things must eventually attract set-
Chorenio Bronohitis Cured.
"For ten years I had chronic bron-
_L~i! d h.. It- ld !_ -.IJ _

ebitis so a t at at times cou not
speak above a whisper," writes Mr.

Mrs. Rorcf .- Advice
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We take this opportunity of au-
nouncing to the farmers or this and
adjoining counties., that it i- our in-
tention to add to our t-taili-hed ice
manufacturing leusines -, in Oala, a
modern, well equipped Meat i'Pu-king
Department to meet tha demalndls of
this new enterprise, we invite the
cordial support of our farmer-, w- will
be in the market at the opening of the
next season to buy hogs paying e.ash
at market value.
East Fla. Ihe .lfg. C ,.
SIMoN BeNJ.AMIN. Manager
Ocala Fla.. March Ist, L.eo2. 2.;- -.;in



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Have Im fall Ktok of;Cooanl, C kew and Baru
Wuts of every dermipton. Special autte-tw
paid to buurilairviow.
limbslming to Order.
Anordersfromthe country, o:t-i3r o I
ps, will reetre oronot

Jerry Burnett,



Ocala, Florida.
Finest Imported and
Domestic Cloths. .
Cutting'a Specialty.
its Guaranteed.

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J. B. Lwewa, of Daisy, an extensive
turpeUtne operator., was a visitor to
the city yesterday.

Mrs. Vance Weathers, of Fellow-
ship, was the guest of her sister, Mrs.
Elnore Davidson, yesterJay.

Mr. Charles Peyaer is back from a
trip tol Tamps ad other points in the
southern section of the state.'

The Daugbteri of the Confederacy
will be entertained this afternoon at
3 o'clock by Mrs. Fanny R. Gary.

He sure and read the thrilling In-
dian tragedy to be printed in the Sun-
day edition of the O(ala Daily Ban-
ner. It is an original story.

Mim Ethel Sinclair and her guest,
Mis Agnes Rolleton, of St. Augus-
tine, and a few other frien is q iijoyed
a delightful picnic at Silve Sp.rings
('uts, wounds, burns, sprains a:id
bruises quickly heal if you apply
Itallard's Snow Liniment. Price. '2*
entlji andi '0 cents. Anti-Monooly
Irug Store. mI
Fires. overcoats and flannels ate
somethingg unusual in Florida in
April, but then the weather for t Ie
las:t six or eight months has been very
peculiar. There has been nothing
lake it within the memory of the old-
ost inhabitant.
Many people suffer untold tortures
from piles, because of the popular
imlpremion that they cannot be cured.
Tabler's Buckeye Pile Ointment will
cure them. It has met with absolute
succem. Price, 540 cents in Iottles,
tubes 75 cents. Anti-Monooi ly Drug
Store. m

Mr. A. Hardaker, of Levon, was in
town yesterday paying taxes for the
West mills, of which he is bookkeeper
and manager. This is the largest mill-
ing plant in this section of Florida.
Its capacity is one hundred thousand
feet of lumber per day, and the taxes
on geet-onal property alone amounts
too the round sum of "$SN. Some Ieo-
pie do not know how rapidly Marion
is growing.

Mothers! Beware of those secret d
robAiwrs of your Iaby's quiet and
health. Those sleepless nights and I
long hours of tiresome vigil are caused
by those terirble enemies of child- s
hood-worms. Destroy and remove I
them with White Cream Vermifuge. t
Price cents. Anti-Monopoly Drug s
Store. m

We are in receipt of the Florida -
I're Bulletin, being tlhe second effort I
of the kind under the direction of the a
Florida State Press Association. The o
staff is composed of the following well p
known editors: Editor-in-chief, D. E. tl
Thompson managing editor, Edw. ti
Fitzgerald; telegraph editor, Allen R.
I'rriuh; city editor, E. G. Mack; ag- s
ricultrial editor, 0. J. Farmer; society le
editor, Mrs. Sallie E. C'ummings; v
proof readers, W. E. Inman, Tom F. p!
McBeath, business manager, T. J. tl

Appleyard. The paper bears the un- tlU
ion label. is composed of eight pages al
and in every way is a creditable pub- Je
location. fil
"A neighbor ran in with a bottle ex
of Chamberlain's Colic, ('holera and
Diarrhoea Remedy when my son was Jt
suffering with severe cramps and was lo
given up as beyond hope by my regu-. th
lar physician, who stands high in his th
profemsion. After administering three
does of it, my son regained conscious-
ness and recovered entirely within ha
twenty-four hours," says Mrs. Mary sti
Haller, of Mt. Crawford, Va. This ill
Remedy is for sale by Anti-Monopoly it
Drug Store. m th

To EX cANGE-For best offer, a No. it
:.% (Gray's Electro Plating Outfit, with th
No. o lathe hand and foot power, aloo clo
full set buff wheels, etc. Also Royal all
Silver metal plating outfit. Full im;
directions with outfit. Would ex- to
change for good horse. Address D. A. cai
B., care this oflca. It bo
A ***d mBtSMss pei*lag. un
I am going to retire from the seed cat
business and offer my store furniture, Pie
mailing list and lase on trial ground Wr
with crop thereon, at a great bargain con
to anyone wisain1 to engage in the i

EXatlng Term of Court In Seteril
Judge Bullock had a very thrilli
experience while holding court
Sumter county.
Some weeks ago a gentleman by t
name of Lee Graham was shot az
killed by an escaped convict und
peculiarly horrible circumstances tI
particulars of which weie printedl
this paper at the time.
The murder aroused a great deal
feeling in the county.
The murderer was caught some da
ago in Tampa.
governor r Jennings promptly orde
ed a special term of the court to t
the murderer, and Judge Bullo,
practically adjourned court here to
to Sumter to hold the special term
court ordered by the governor.
The prisoner was held in Tamn
until the time for the trial. In co
veying him from Tampa Sheri
Lane, of Sumter county, was assisted
by Sheriff* Nugent, of this count.
and perhaps by the sheriff of Hill,
borough as well.
A jury was impanelled without
much loss of time, attorneys were a|
pointed by the court to defend th
murderer, a large number of person
were present at the trial and it wa
feared that their purpose was to lync
the negro as soon as the jury return
a verdict.
Before the jury returned a verdict
Judge Bullock took a recess, address
ed the multitude, councelled them t
quiet and implored them to upholil
the power and the dignity of the law
He promised that the negro should b4
securely kept and a speedy execution
would follow the verdict of the jury.
When the court convened and th<
verdict of guilty was read a pistol wai
fired, which, it seems had been agreed
upoli as the signal for the mob tc
gather and lynch the wretched
Judge Bullock promptly left his
place on the bench and got in front of
the condemned man and told the mob
that they must stand back and permit
the law to take its course.
The mob, however, was not so
easily appeased, and it was only after
constant appeals that they quieted
lown. Finally Judge Bullock ap-
ointed a body guard of ten resolute
nmen, named by the bystanders, to as-
ist him in protecting the wretch and
by the judge handcuffing himself to
he prisoner succeeded in conveying
rim to the jail.
During the excitement Sheriff
ugent, of this county, stood by Judge
bullock and acted ,very courageously
s did also Sheriff Lane. The duties
f these two officers of the law was
particularly trying, Ibut they acted all
hLrough it with great nerve and for-
Attorney Koonce, who is the repre-
entative of that county in* the state
gislature and editor of the Sumter-
ille Times, made a very affective ap-
eal to the mob and in order to pacify
meci agreed to make a transcript of
r- records of the court and proceed

t once to Tallahasse, have Governor
enniugs sign the death warrant and
x an early date for the prisoner's
It was a very exciting episode for
judge Bullock and one that he will
ng remember and discounts any of
.e experiences of the judges even in
e pioneer days.
" rhe blood is the life." Science
is never gone beyond that simple
itement of scripture. But it has
uminated that statement and given
a meaning ever broadening with
e increasing breadth of knowledge.
lhen the blood is "bad" or impure,
is not alone the body which suffers
rough disease. The brain is also
,uded, the mind and judgment are
iected, and many an evil deed or
pure thought may be directly traced
the impurity of the blood. No one
n be well balanced in mind and
dy whose blood is impure. No one
n have a wholesome and pure life
less the blood is pure. Foul blood
u be made pure by the use of Dr.
erce's Golden Medical Discovery.
hen the blood is pure, body and
ain are alike healthy and life be-
nes a daily happiness.
7vtw -lr. Pie re's Common enam

lie A Big Land Seal.
ng Dr. J. D. Fancher, representing Y
in ley's Honey and Tar, of Chicago, w
in Ocala yesterday and confirmed t
he8 report that Dr. J. B. Foley, the pr
id prietor of this big medicine coucer
er has purchased from the Souther
he States Lumber company, of Pensaco]
In 25,000 acres of lands in Alabama a
joining the Florida line. The su
of paid was S94,440).
The purchase includes the famo
ys Magnolia Springs, where Dr. Folh
will build an elegant winter honm
r- He is a very wealthy man and w
ry spend large sums of money in impro
ck ing his property. He will raise tin
go cattle and will make a model farm.
of This sale was brought about by Di
Fancher, so well known here and a
pa over Florida, who has a part intere
n- in the property.
ift Step by step the south is attractii
d within her borders men of large in
y, dustry and wealth.
s- Let the good work go on.

Good for Rheumatism.
ut Last fall I was taken with a ver
P" severe attack of muscular rheumatism
ie which caused me great pain and at
i noyance. After trying several pre
scriptions and rheuniatic cures, I de
cided to use Chamberlain's Pain Balni
h which I had seen advertised in th
A South Jerseymen, After two app:lics
tions of this Remedy, I was Iuct
t better, and after using one bottle, wa
- completely cured.-Sallie Harris, Sa
lem,N.J. For sale by ,nti-Monopoly
o Drug Store. In
Death of Mr. Hart.
Mr. ('harles N. Hart ldit.l at Iha
home in Belleview Morilay afternoon.
SMr. Hart was one of the old settlers ,4
* the county. lHe was the tfatlthr of Mr
* (eorge P. E. Hart, tlie matgnaitic heal
er, who formerly lived in ( ala. lMr
Hart was buried at Itlleview yester.
A Liberal Offer.
The undersigned will give a fret
sample of ( 'ham bel l.tin's Stliiach and
5 Liver tablets to any one wanting a
reliable remedy for disolers of the
stomach, biliousness or constilpation.
This is a new remedy and a good, one.
Anti-Monopoly Drut Store. In

A Valuable Cow.
Mr. L. M. Graham, of ( olner, has
a valuable cow which he calls Polly.
She is just five years old and has given
birth to five calves, the last two being
twins. Polly's oldest calf is already
the head of a family and promises to
be as prolific as the mother cow. Mr.
Graham bids fair to become a cattle
For State Senator.
I hereby announce that I will be a
candidate for state senator in this
district before the next democratic
primaries. W. J. ('IHAMBERS.


decrite rencdered on the th day of March
A. I). ,i>02, by the ;.)ti)irable W. S Bullock,
fudge ot the Circuit C'urt of the sth Juinicial
Circuit of llurlda in aid for Marion county, in
chancery in a certain caiae pending in said
court wherein John F. Wi!liam.n!on was corn-
plainant and Kate Crowthec. as administratrix
of the st!:,te ,t Santuel Crowther. deceast-d.
anl! tl.e snil Kate brother inlividuallyv and
other, w cie edt |fleda nts. I. the iundersigrJd Spec-
ial Master naled p aid appoantad an said decree
to execute the same. will on
M/i>/mdam the /,th Iar ,* .Ifay A. 1). 19,13
between the hours of I: a. m and 2 p. in. in
front of the south door of the court house in
Ocala. Florida. offer and txpose (or tle and
wiil sell to the highest and best bidder, tor cash,
the mortgaged premises in said decree described
as follows, to wit:

The north half of the west half of the west
half of lot thirty one i3.1 of Caldwel's addition
to the town (now city) of Ocala. in the county
of Marion and state of Florida: to be ,old to
satisfy said decree
Special Master nu Chancery
Complainants Solicitor. 4 4

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. Pains in the BacA
s Are symptoms of 'a weak, torpid o0
e stagnant condition of the kidneys o41
liver, and are a warning it is extremely
hazardous to neglect, so importanll
is a healthy action of these organs
1 They are ci ,itaono ily attAiendd by loas
, of energy, lack tof courage, and solll-.
. times by gloomy foreboding and de
"I had pains In miy back, could nott lee
and when I got up in the morning felt
worse than the night Iwfore. I began tak
ing 11ood's Sarsaparilla and now I cala
sleep and get up feeling rested and able tha
do my work. I attribute my cure entirely
, to IIood's Sarsaparilla." MaR. J. N. PERRY,
care H. S. Copeland, Pike Road, Ala.
Hood's Sarsaparilla
and Pills
Cure kidney and liver troubles, relieve
the back, and up the whole system.
Easter Sunday was spent pleasantly
at Gaitersville, especially by the
young folks, who spent an hour at the
church in the afternoon.
The contractors commenced work
on the new ferry boat for Stokes' ferry
Monday. We will be glad to see it
(, M. Whitton made a business tripll
to Ocala Monday.
Miss Pearl Allen, of Lecanto, is vis-
iting friends and relatives in <(aiter
this week.
Died, on the -w)th of March, the in
fant of Mr. F. D. Sparkman. It was
laid to r st in lthe cemetery at C'edar
4 Irove Sunday evening.
We hi ar that Misses (ora and
Frntnkle Ross leave Gaiter next Sat-
u.'Lity for 4(.aiiesville, where they will
attt.;.d school. We wish the )loulng
ladies &E pleasant timely illn ainesville,
but Gaiter will be very dull daluiing
their alb-etce.
Certain plarli s were very loui slsone
Sunday afternoon. I wonder w ho
they were ?;
Stiv'.-s io the Bantner and i's maniv
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Jewels, candy, flowers, man-that i
tle order of a woman's preferences
Jewels form a magnet of mighty pow
er to the average woman. Even that
greatest of all jewels, health, is ofter
ruined in the strenuous efforts to make
or save the money to purchase them.
If a women will' risk her health to
get a coveted gem, then let her forti-
fy herself against the insiduous conse-
quences of coughs, colds and bronchial
affections by the regular use of Dr.
Boschee's German Syrup. It will
promptly arrest consumption in its
early stages and heal the affected lungs
and bronchial tubes and drive the
dread disease from the system. It is
not a cure-all, but its a certain cure for
coughs, colds and all bronchial troub-
les. You can get Dr. 0. G. Green's re-
liable remedies at Anti-Monoixoly
Drug tore. Get Green's Special Al.
manac. d-w-m.
Pneumonia Is Robbed of Its Terrors
By Foley's Honey and Tar. It stolp
that racking cough and heals and
strengthens the lungs. If taken in
time, it will prevent y ryattack of
pneumonia. Refuse substitute. Sold
by Anti-Monopoly Drug Store. m
Even the most vigorous and hearty
people have at times a feeling of
weariness and lassitude. To dispel
this feeling take Herbine: it will
impart manly vigor and vitality.
Price .50 cents. Anti-Monopoly Drug
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To advertise our business. in Florida, we will give away PREP one of our fine makesof Pianos-a
style "T Mahoganv Cable. This s all you have to do tohave a chance to get A PIANO FREE:
If you have no piano in your home and ever expect to buy one. you can call at our store and reis.
ter your name oni our book opposite a number This includes one member of every family who has
no piano. Also includes one member of any family who has an upright, square piano or organ to
trade for a new Piano. On May .3 we will put all the numbers in a box and have a disinterested
committee, consisting of our nayoir. Mr. 1) '. Fletcher, and two other citizens to draw a jiumber
from the box The name opposite the lucky number will get the Beautiful Cable Piano
Free. Very person in the state of Florida shall have a chance at is piano. If you do not live
in Jacksonville, all y.u have to do i- put your name on a postal card and send to us. Our book
keeper will place your name on the book, and we will send you a card by return mail, giving you
your number. Dot not let this keep ou away from buying a Piano during our cut price sale tlatis
now going on, tor if you are the lucky one and draw this piano we will take back the piano you
buy and refund your money. yu

The Cable Company.

Frank Chase, Mgr.

110 W. may St., Jackseoville, Fla.

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Splicable to the government of a farm-
ers' m-.titute. which shall be organized
on that day iby the election of the
ie-e-sary ,oflicets for such institution,
and for -clic' pi riodI a- -.aid convien-
tion shall determine.
"nid. \\ .% rt-es.ectully. r uqiet-!.t the
newspa-lers publMi-ed in lthe county
to pulili-h i tlis call.
S. -. SA\ A4.:. 4 liairmau.
It wa! I elit-vedi that Profes-or H. E.
"-tockiridige and Mr. E. 4). Painter
would com'e up on the noon train
from Letm-burg, but owing to solie cte-
ceideit tlihe train did not arrive until
late and the farmers were denied the
privilege i of listening to them'
Mr. .1. ( Howell, of Anthony, ex-
ibil'ited some splendid specimlens of
rye, wh ichl measured seven feet in
hvight. He that would measure up fully to the
speri meins lie liad lon exhibition. H
al-o exhilbitei .s'ome splendid speci-
mnt11. of Burt oat-, already headed,
of which he lhaa -even acres already
Aliing tithe. farmerAs present we
intedl tihe followinT: H. \v. Iong,
.ln<. M. Martin. D). M. Marco, M. S.
Mioer, lBen Blitch, \W. D. arn, L.. S.
Libt, C ('C. Milligan, I-. S. I plhani,
'. layceraft. S. S. .Savage, J. C..
Frelch, W. 1.: Nix, .1. '. athews,
1. I I rull, .1. M.;race, (. ;.Mathews,
WV M. <;rist, J. It. Malloy, .A. L,.
l:i-.heleltrger, S. It. Pyles, L. NM. (Gra-
lihan. .I. l.yves, Z. 4 (hambliss,,
1. S. Williaims, IF'. T. Schlrieber.
"I would coitugi nearly ali night
loing." writes Mrs. (C'las. Applegate, of
Alexandiria, Ind., "and could hardly
get any -*hp.l. I hadt consumption so
iad that if I walked a Iblock I would
oughgh frightfully and spit blood, but,
when all other tmedicines failed, three
1 o~t Iottle-( of Dr. King's New Dis-)
.,,ve.ry wholly curid nime and I gained
.',s ipouid-." It is absolutely guaran-
teed tio curt- Oldsds, oiiughs, la grilpple,
Ir-oniiitiis aind :all throat andi lung
troil 1-. lPri'ce 5o,- and fl.i'o. Trial
bittll- free at Aniti-Monolioly Drull
St torie. "2
Easter Day at the Churches.
Ea-ter wa- an ideal spring day. It
filtiiled every hole of all Ithose who
wi-lil' to dlon their bIriglit andi beaii-
tifil q-rilng clothes.
The ,.huirche- were well attended
amid there were I euitiful -ervice- at
At the Methodist-Episcopal church,
,-,uthi, the pator, iev. Howard Dutil
jerealid onute of thlie bet and mniot elo-
tquenit e;'ilmous that his congregation
have listened to since lie came to
Ocalhi. The choir rendered special
E:;ster nimusic, and Miss Rosa ("aldwell,
of Butler, (;a., sang a beautiful solo.
The church had been transformed
into a beautiful bower greens and was a beautiful picture.
The congregationn that gathered at
the Bapltist church Sunday morning
listened to a very beautiful sermon on
the "Hisen ('Christ," bIy Rev. I. l.
Warren. ,peciail attention was given
to the music, and the several songs by
the choir were all that could bie wished.


A French horn solo and a vocal solo
by Mr. W. M. Dale were well ren-
The I a-ter congregation at the
morning service at the Presbyterian
church heard an excellent and appro- I
jpriate sermon from the pastor, Rev.
Robert H. Morris, who had for his
ubjlect "The Resurrection." The
choir, assisted by Mrs. .Morgan C.
looney, rendered some very beauti-
ful music.
At the (Christian church, which was
very prettily decorated, the pastor,
lRev. C. K. Marshall, conducted appro-
priate services. The choir sang some
very pretty anthems.
This Easter day in Oeala will long
remain a beautiful memory.

Stops the Court and Works Of the

Death of Mrs. N. C. McCarthy.
Mrs. Nancy C. McCarthy, widow of
the late John Mc('arthy, died at her
home in this .ity Saturday night at
1'1:55 p. m.
Mrs. McCarthy whose maiden name
was Mi-- N. ('. Johnson, was born in
Leesburg, (;a. January, 4, 156.
She was married to Mr. John Mc-
('arthy in lS7Sand moved to Florida
one year later. Three children were
born to them, two daughters, Misses
Abbie and Annie. and one son, John,
who died at the age of ten months.
The funeral took place from the
Catholic church at 5 o'clock Sunday
afternoon, Father B'ttolacio conduct-
ing the services. The remains were
inti rred in the old cemetery beside
her lusliind and so n.
Mrs. McCarthy leaves two daught-
ers, two lbroithers, Mtesrs. .J. M. and H.
B. Johnson of Leesburg, (;a., and one
sister to mourn her death.

Robert's Chill Toni, cures. It re-
siores health and appetite. Try it.
2Sets. Your money back if it fails.
Wim. Anderson. t

Married in a Buggy.
Information is received at this office
that Justice (;rantham, of Fort Mc-
Coy, was called out of bed about the
hour of midnight lone or two nights
ago to marry an eloping couple from
Eureka. On responding to the call
lie found Mr. D)avid Sherouse and
Mis.- Jessie Harrison sitting in a ve-
hicle anxiously awaiting to be made
husband and wife. Upon investiga-
tion lie found that they were properly
armed with a marriage license in due
form issued by general l Bullock, judge
of the probate court of Marion coun-
ty, and in the pale, glimmering light
of the moon the words were spoken
which made two hearts beat as one.
The bride is the accomplished daugh-
ter of Capt. W. H1. Harrison, who is
well known to our readers.
SCircuit Court.
a-turday was the last day of the
criminal court. The docket was dis-
!poised of and the jury discharged.
Alfred Armstrong, charged with ag-
gravated assault, plead guilty and was
fined loS, or four months in the coun-
ty jail.
Mart Thomas, niark and brand in-
-pector, failure to expose a hide, in-
dictment was quashed.
The case against Ed Sweat and Will
Johns was continued for the term.
William Cabarass, charged with
horse stealing, was acquitted. Mr. W.
K. Zewadski was his lawyer.
It is believed that court will adjourn
this morning.

Death of William L. VanDeventer.
The above named gentleman, well
known in this city, died.of consump-
tion at the home of his sister in Cin-
cinnati Monday afternoon at 5 o'clock.
He was in the 51st year of his age.
Mr. VanDl)eventer came to this city
about fifteen years ago, planted an or-
ange grove and engaged in other busi-
ness pursuits, but left at the begin-
ning of the Spanish-American war.
He returned again something over a
year ago, and was in good health up
to a few months ago, when he was
taken with galloping consumption
and never rallied. Two weeks ago he
returned to Cincinnati, where his
death occurred.
Baptist Church Social.
The monthly social of the ladies of
the Baptist church was held at the
home of Mrs. Robert A. Burford Tues-
day afternoon.
There were about fifty people pres-
ent, and a very pleasant afternoon
was spent.
After an interesting guessing con-
test in which four of the ladies were
fortunate in guessing all the ques-

Oliver Rhinedoq I
The Public Square.

So far no one but "Ocalitess" finds
objection to the abolition of the public
square, and consequently the disper-
sion of Ocala's hoodoo to her metro-
politan growth. This only objection
coming from one of the fairer sex of
our town, and the silence of the busi-
ness men thereof, leads me to the
same conclusion of my being right
and of the expediency of my going
ahead that the young man came to
who asked the girl for a kiss, and in
the sweet silence that followed took
Of course, the ladies are fond of
grassy parks, pretty flowers and Easter
bonnets, and it is not in my nature to
deprive them of such inspiring things
in nature and art. They always know
what they want, but not which they
But no great city, nor small one, for
that matter, has ever been built by
our sisters, and never will be as long
as Easter bonnets and 5 o'clock teas
are essential to their happiness in this
world and a menace to it in the next.
Now, my fair opponent, in a flight
of imagination that could only come
to me while meandering along the
pearly brooks of Utopia, mentions
Ocala as a municipality along with
New York, and the capital city of
magnificent :distances. And even
I Tampa, a city claiming thirty thou-
sand souls, is held up as a pattern to
build by. But this argument is too
big for the subject. Let us get up a
group of towns more nearly related in
size, conditions and circumstances.
For instance, there isi easy-going,
trotting-all-day-in-the-shade-of a-tree
Gainesville. There is the sad lap of
the weary little waves of the far-
famed St. John's riverat the tired feet
of the streets of Palatka. And there
is Orlando, at one time claiming to be
one of the lost Pleiades that had dis-
covered itself in the Hebrides reflect-
ing the glory of modern progress. And
there is Tavares, Spanish in name,
with the finest opera house in the
commonwealth. It is all public
square. And there is Brooksville,
high among the hills of Hernando,
with her gaze in the waters of the
gulf. But these be enough. All of
them are afflicted the same as Ocala-
the hoodoo. They have gone into the
trance too. Too much public square.
Mind you, I did not object to parks.
But the idea of a park 230 feet square,
with the court house .in the center
and streets on all sides, from which
come the clatter of ironed hoofs and
wheels and the dust of the earth in
clouds like the Algerian sirocco, to-
gether with the moving pictures of
the daily grind of the criminal courts,

in a thirty cent temple of justice, is
not inspiring to the love of, and hope
for, the eternal fitness of things.
Now, I do not mean to say that all
the towns I have named which have
the hoodoo would become cities of any
Importance. Some towns were born
on the wrong spot and with the wrong
population, and under the ban of the
railroads and to have a public square
with a court house for a centre piece
would not hurt:them anylworse than
the cholera.
But look at the locationlof Ocala.
Half way between ocean .and gulf.
Fifty miles from her to the waters of
either. The capital town of a county
of a greater variety, and a larger quan-
tity, of rich lands than any in the
state. A county with more resources


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Mr. Charles W. Seabold, of Hagers-
town, Md., president of the Hager -
town Spoke and Bending company,
is in the city. He is accompanied by
Mr. Noah F. Laurence, who it4 the
head carpenter for said compinanly.
Five or six of the company's help :and
three carloads of machinery ar, ont
the way to this city from I)yer-,'iirg,
Tenn. The erection of the miill -n1
the company's property in thle -outh-
western portion of the city will ibe-gin
at once.

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Wear Well. Those who have bought them say so.
They have Handy Bow quarter leather top, long dis-
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Watson's "Napoleon" is said to Iw
one of the greatest books of thi
rome of the administration paper
are asserting that "'the man on horse
iack" is really a harmless character

Hou. Jefferson B. Browne, of Key
West, will bea candidate for railroad
commissioner in the coming pri
The man with thirteen wives i
locked up for protection and not fo
punishment Thirteen is an unluck:

Mr. Crumpacker perhaps woulh
gather a good deal of information i
he would read of the political condi
tion now existing in Pennsylvania.

The Washington Post thinks tha
extreme protectionists have gone daft
and are planning to retire their own
partyand bring in democracy. "Whon
the Gods destroy, they first mak
mad," and it looks very much like re
publicans have gone mad with power

Booker Washington in a receu
speech remarked that although th
negroes have now fewer men in conB
gres and the state legislatures that
they did twenty years ago, they hav
in these days much larger number
of decent schools and farm house
than ever before.-Pensacola News.

Mr. Caracristi says that it is dem
on-trated that the south is the coun
try which can do more than promise
It can produce commercially not onl;
agricultural commodities, but manu
featured and mining wealth. He say
the mining wealth of the south is be
yond the dream of abnormal avarice

A peonage case, said to be the firs
tried of the kind in the United States
engaged the attention of the Federa
court at Tallahassee last Wednesday
Peonage is defined to be the holding
of a person to labor or service to corn
pel or enforce the payment of a deb
due from the laborer to another. The
party was convicted.

Let Noer Stick.
The Tallahassee Capitol says thI.
hornet is sixteen feet high and stick:
to Itl

There are some men who seem to be
fmorites of fortune. They are indua
triom. cheerful workers, full to over-
Gowiag of the energy of splendid health,
sad macs seems frlj to drop intc
thnr ds. It teaf -s these that
the Iem hardy
and less success-
ful man mys
k That fellow
was born with a
Spoon in
1 mouth.-"
VAnd yet on
a^B malysis it will

V be found that
Sthis success is
largely due to
le&did health, the calownt of a
Dr. iee' Favorite Prescription gives
the mother health to give her child. It
"ON n ausea and sleeples-
ne. It makes the body comfortable and
the ad content. It gives physical
vw" mad m zUualr eLwt.cty so that the
bby's aV i practically painless.
"I wr e mmr to tell you of the many
tumes Ihavte dersed ft m taking Dr. Pierre's
vcse r ratiou" writes Mrs. R. Robert-
'm. d'Ua. *Loied, carter Co. Kans. "In
the fal uf I a Wa espe' ti to beome a
mhber md S d wit pai in the
ba& Of bmf ;ts fact I alloWer. SUffered
wi awfulhd dow pam I was threat-
cued wSu e a A lady friend


save.the union, he said:

"My paramount object is to save
the union and not either to save or
destroy slavery. If I could save
the union without freeing any slave,
I would do it. If I could save it by
freeing all the slaves, I would do it,
and if I could do it by freeing some
t and leaving others alone, I would d!)
The paramount object of the demo-
cratic party should be to save itself
and destroy the republican party hip
and thigh.
So far as the editor of this paper is
concerned, he would rather succeed
with Mr. Bryan than with Mr. Cleve-
land, but he had rather succeel with
Mr. Cleveland than not succeed at all.


When Ocala's population was less
than half of what it is today, the
prices of real estate were more than
one hundred per cent greater. Why
is this?
Ocala has now paved streets and
2 L L- I L- & U--_ a j


The editor of this paper cannot
throwotr the belief that had President
Cleveland given the democratic ticket
a strong, loyal and enthusiastic support
In 1896 the party would have tri-
umphed at the polls.
The Spanish-American war follow-
ing, which having been precipitated
under a democratic administration,
would have strongly intrenched that
party in power and it would be safe
to say that it would have administer-
ed the reins of government for the
next thirty years.
But unfortunately for the country
the fates willed it otherwise.
President ('leveland was luke-warm
and his closest personal friends and
advisors made open assault upon the
democratic organization aud used' all
the influence at their command to de-
feat the ticket, aud-succeeded.
It is natural that %Mr. Bryan and his
followers should feel somewhat sore.
But criminations and recriminations
will not bind up old wounds and can
be productive of harm and only harm.
While these wings of the denuocratic
party are warring against each other
the whole country is sullering, and
this is particularly true of the south-
ern section of it.
If the Cleveland wing or the Bryan
wing of the party succeeds to power
and obtains control of the government
the south is the better off because
whether Cleveland or Bryan occupies
the White House, the federal offices
in the south will be filled by demo-
crats, and as long as these factions
war against each other, and the re-
publican party is permitted to con-
trol the government, the federal offices
of the south will be filled by republi-
cans, which must prove hurtful to it,
as with here and there an exception,
they are not the best men in the coun-
try, and exercise and control a perni-
cious influence.
- It is the duty of democrats to "get
Let "bygones be bygones;" don't
open old Isores and have them fes-
tering to the hurt of the common
To subordinate everything to prin-
ciple is excellent, but is an irridiscent
dream so far as bringing Isuccess,
for as long as men and parties
continue as they are, it cannot be
Politics must be fought out on prac-
tical lines by democrats, and after it
obtains to power, the idealism of its
leaders may have some chance of be-
coming realistic.
What we want just now, is to suc-
Its motto should be "tor the safety
of the republic the republican party
must be destroyed."
And to this end all factions must be
healed, all forces welded together, and
all weapons employed, the one pur-
:pose being the destruction of the
We must use the argument used by
Abraham Lincolu in his eflibrts to

ceived $13,57:.-49. Samplison and ('had-
wick, who were absent and therefore
did not participate in the fight, re-
ceived $39,823.52. Thus it will be seen
that the two men who were not en-
gaged in the fight received $26,25.)03
more than the entire amount paid to
the six officers who were engaged in
the fight. If it were indeed a cap-
tains' fight, there is something radi-
cally wrong in our method of distribu-
ting the honors.

Watterson on Funston.
"And, with this in view, I want to
know what is going on away out yon- r
deracross the multitudinous, the ]
mysterious waves of the Pacific sea.
I want other witnesses than self-seek-
ing politicians and self-exploiting sol- f
diers to come here and tell me. I re-*
fuse to hold my tongue. I refuse to a
rest content. And, if I am told by a
whipper snapper in shoulder
straps that unless I do I am a traitor p
to my country, my reply to him shall
be a slap in the face." a


She has six churches, two of which
are brick, and more than that many
for the colored people. She has two
banks, has a market house, city hall
three weekly papers, two dailies and
three job printing offices, gas and
electric plants, ice factory, a cold stor-
age establishment, large foundry and
machine works, crate and lumber
mills, spoke and rim factories, lime
works, barrel factory, three wagon
factories, two cotton ginning estab-
lishments, two grist mills, two moss
factories, a velvet bean factory, two
cigar factories, a large canning fac-
tory is being established, and all these
things are paid for.
Not only this, but every store build-
ing is occupied, and one hasjust been
completed and the erection of others
are in contemplation. There is scare-
ly a vacant dwelling in the city.
She has also fifty or sixty miles of
hard roads leading fronim the court
house to all important points in the
county. The trade condition of
Ocala were never more healthy and
the fanning operations adjacent to
her are also in a healthier condition
than in many previous yezar..
The successful experiments with the
velvet bean and cassava have given
great stimulus to farming operations,
and on all hands we hear good reports
from our farmers. They are largely
out of debt and it can now be said
that "good time coming' is actually
upon us and nioney is now made on
the farm.
Ocala is head quarters for the great
phoshate industry and large oper-
ations are carried on in this depart-
She is also heaquartes for a large
part of the turpentine industry of the
state which adds largely to her trade
and, to some extent, to her popula-
Why then is it, in the face of all the
things that we have enumerated, that
the prices of Ocala real estate is large-
ly less than half of what it was ten or
fifteen years ago, when she had lno
factories nor brick I buildings and
only a straggling population of twelve
or liteen hundred.

That "Captains' Fight."
It will be remembered that in his
opinion on the Schley case, President
Roosevelt said that the Santiago bat-
tle was a captains' tight. The Chicago
Chronicle is moved to reply, "Why is
is it that the captains have not had
the prize money ? According to the
Chronicle, the Record discloses that
the score of thie various otlicers was
something like this:
Captains absent an'! not engaged -
W T. sampson, acting rear admiral 27,797.4.1
F. E. Chadwick, of the New VYo: k l..,'26.0o
Captains present andil engaged-
W. S. Schley 3.334.
F. A. C ok 2,1o.32
R. I'.van. 2.it6<(.4o
C. E. Clark -.. ,
. C. l 'aylor ,i.
It will be seen that thle total amount
distributed to officers was $53,397.01.
(Of this amount Schley, Cook, Clark,
Evans, Philip and Taylor, who were
present and engaged in the fight, re-

R, APRIL 4, 1902.


SFrom All Over the State.
5 .4

There is one way to move Chicago
to Florida. Plant the velvet bean for
the Florida cow.-Uainesville Sun.
If Attorney General Lamar is going
to congress who is going to be Attor-
ney General? Not an aspirant.-
Jocksonville Metropolis.
The Tampa Tribune gagged its local
political pen-pusher long enough to
get in one day's work in booming the
town.-Gainesville Sun.
The Barlow Democrat alleges that
it never sought a loan from the local
bank. Who said that it did? Edi-
tors of Florida papers ought to be able
to understand simple English.-- Punta
Gordsa Herald
State polities have been slowly sim-
mering along for some time. The
chunks will be shoved closer up under
the pot at the coming meeting of the
executive committee at Jacksonville,
and it is expected a boiling heat will
be produced at once.-Tampa Herald.
It is settled at last. Frank Adams
is to stand for state senator from the
county of Hamilton, and his home
paper, the Jasper News, says he will
have no opposition. The Lake City
Index says the News knows at very
great many things it don't know.-
Sanford Chronicle.
Henry Watterson's "Man on Horse-
back," and generall Mile's vision of a
military despot in the White House,
can be easilybrushed aside by the
casting of sufficient democratic ballots
at the next national election.-Pensa-
cola Journal.
It is no disparagement to Colonel
Sparkman to say that Robert MeNa-
mee, of St. Petersburg, would iimke
an ideal national representative, clear-
headed, able and conscientious. His
ability is unquestioned, and the tirst
would be ably represented were lie
sent to Washington.-Palatka Times-
A Nebraska editor apologized 1o his
readers for the la-k of news as follows:
"We expected to to have a marriage
and a death notice this week but a
violent storm prevented the wedding
and the doctor being sick himself the
patient recovered and we are actually
cheated out of both items."-Quinmy
New Era.
Noah was one of the first to adver-
tise. He advertised that he would
sail on a certain date. Those who did


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methods. The Herald writes the in- wlmert-, th ..
itals "ppp" and speaks irreveiltly of hajeirity for tli
Rrh a rle-t" ,, a f ,,r :-4 ,I ,I
Sthe organization as the three '., eva- ,tt,.r i-'.. 't o, ll t
Idently wishing the people to l rli) w hl in t '
that it is prickly ash, p oke root o t ,I mzra' i tit. r,.
potassuVm. Ne haven't .ee co r he la at l- x .... '
Tampa Times, but sup tin)'- it will -a.v ei,,i.prtI,,I TI Ii r. t, 1
that theinitals stand for lpole-", ip-r f i lit -play *f
simllons, plunder, or petty political a aI. t'.
pirates, plunder, or pes ky, l leetl I,- il t 1., .
phrauds. Verily,' lots of po 1i. fl rv ii ,, ,,
ti.', piety, and 1 .4leasa lt pe.Ipl' it 0, r. tt y I "L '
Phtaimpa.--Puaita (i;rda Herah. gr r'it.iI I ,i *,
Florida at the Charleston Exposition. 'l:,'!." ; |
The (hiarlestni New -.:uid i ', la r ,. ,. ,,
has the folliowilig to w ltl,' t T' l- t- o i.. t ,I
ida D ay at the exi.>-iiti'll : .tl ,Il d 11 .'.v & .
"Yesterday 3 put ,oit it-I .... '*-k ,' ,
tion Io)oks as "'liri .i livy. : ,n ,l it l .
... i. .. ;.i l l.I o f : Il 1

w il e t e I 1 1 "ig l 1 '" .
Flowers could not Imake it i.,i,'enlO'it
to visit the great show at tli- tin,".
he sent upa fineti lot ,,f people f.-'n tIhe
peninsula, and they all ienj tiV il,.-i-
selves greatly. Tho att. I-II, tl1, 0, .
whicl has shown imlrnr %ii .ti' ,I ;i. .
was extra good yesterday. i%,I ri i II,-
crowds.were lhuinlred- to F'lon .i II-. lii
the agriculture hall l- I '.r t *,:1 -
m issioners met anll w, I. .ii-' t ii
of the visitor's to Itio Fl i I I i x ii,:
and they" lial Ino, c.i' # I" f' I :.-I 'ii
edl of the filea i.'is'lay iis, I .' e~-
hihit i- uniilqu" a dil aiT r" iv. in r. -
fleets credit uipoe thlie I-'i, il e ,i-
missiont rs aniil ti.e -pi.!eitIIetI .l- I :,t
they re pre.ent. TlI." Fa',:i i i fI,-M
were to iee seen tl v r.%%ihr- ;;i iI-
thironi s in tile zr'iat iii:, iluAm -., i i, I.
('ourt o(if tile lPal'-e :.'l lon th. N:t
ural A ir.a; t tiin:Vy '.% re'
orange coloredl iha4g-.. w i Ii ri l
ini big letters. They ft1.leii ii i u I ,
amuse Mnli entrlertain th-i.I v-r'. -


51ANv set %W#lI'
of O rs,tjtV tif%4j,-
hism,"I -) rep vhas.. ii.1
cities Wte *&D* .14 sC*'.
The live.r isto the
The bunan b -, #Vt! ',I
Is sboca 4. It ror1109P5 a., .
foruin tbo,!.i* 6 ,
the tol. -11Ali I s, re? ja
ble WN"If Thcr ta fi.11

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sure we"w' I-' I r
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not believe in advertising failed to get
tickets, and were left out in the wet
without umbrellas or bathing suits.
As most of them could not swim,
they took to the trees and became
monkeys. The origin of the monkey
is thus settled --Orlando Record.
It seems probable that Florida will
be a beneficiary before thb present
congress and that the war claims
which have so long remained unpaid
will at last be liquidated. Senator
Talliaferro is also working for large
appropriations for the improvement of
Jacksonville and Miami harbors, ably
assisted by Senator Mallory and Rep-
resentatives Davis and Sparkman.-
Halifax Journal.
Tampa is now in a position to make
a noise in the world, equipped as she
s with three such evenly matched
and brilliant young men as D. B. Mc-
Kay, of the Times, Walter F. Stovall,
>f the Tribune, and Frank A. Wal-
pole, of the Herald, at the journalistic
helm. That pepper sauce, mustard
nd vinegar will occasionly season the
minpaign goes without saying, but

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1" Dom-t Know .
now To wind OVIL
F r- c-m-,rn Clasn %,ih your
mi'- ;! v'an. wen'v-four hours. a
d.0% se:*meni or set-
fl(.k indicates ani
# i.-, aCl~h,; condi-
~j I-' ~-. 'p7, -t~nOf the kid-
~ A-~-.;.r Lnen it is
\e idt eaence of kd
ces:re t.a
9,pass it or pain. in
bacct i~s .l
I ~ kidneys and Lhad-

what '~ ~- '.edge so
~~ K.-e! sSwSAamp--
* --I, i:.:; every
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S.AuMP-Root i.; s.-,-n
IV.ILc:rng caseL.
:~ ul~d I.ave the
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f. fer in ih~s paper.

W\ 1,, IICAL


ii 4Ties

Sit-'I i2 v

o fld t1i.i- %thit'l t
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ti- ~-i '7e-==i'eta

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111:41 h- -r, tl Ise t

- ~ ~ .1 %k -w -. :."aIi~ are nhot
t it Izilat Autive andit
ll- 1I-'1- ioae'v a'

h I- til-'.oet

I 'Y -kte ill thae

,1,t. l., t 1.- pl0r -p, -ts

., v r the,- land
,- r t;i- r I Ithi t the
S_ .way at
T I'lhe-e" are theI
-. 11 .I 'lU u t a p. f r t
; i~. i tIe ie l have --eei
( -- di tudhcy ill
nI litothl[ing cl-
I -io-aeni that
S .-ry y, :ar tile ,c l-
', ;i., thle -tale- are
I t I. I mi rk. :a il tli
.,'citiry -aould
.' ,,- pl,,,rttlnlities
S a. :ii r. :tl farm i:ig.
-- .,' In life' ha- its
S. .t ,. :. thi far-n. a- a
i i1e1, an edu-t
'. ,i. .! f,.r the

.t ic,. !ut !e'r all
~.' t .-mavr, a til
: :* t l,, ir lpr-" er
f.i ..f tt,,if all ththe

1 f.stf l t wiVl o nl

S.. i. i t t11 f,:rinitil if
'' 'if'. *'e t. leh rrn

r lhe- tclhil clal
'i t :, itn i-t-riitl s atif
,.:.. few c into their
SC ,',-,A-, Iw ,ile all ,over
I. mlll'f-" wantedd"
S \ ,.t,'Tiulturlal college
A ,'. -.ittI cour'se- for win-
I I-- ...IA t. still


The immigration to Fairfield and
Marion county has twen considerable
inll the last t. u days. Every house thai
ha-. icen vacant is low occulpiedt, andu
more builliings are needed to a, corn-
modate tho(,e who wish to come.
The coll ,of last week did not ma-
terially injure the v# getable crop ex-
eptl in a few it.tani" .4.
Froti la..' *wek's r.inii this section
has been "-t.., w--t. ti.e. of aliy advalnt-
age to the f:ari' t-'-,. ;ati, 1 -t light',
r isig lh tii., l :,I fi:,iing, opel rationi,
(or s 1aii.. (tl 1 ii) i.nt. : i( .: : t rgu.-
lar 'tr.1-hi i, ,over."
The iat cr.,Ip ti-v-ir looked bell. r,
and witl M a ntitin-titi, of 111i4. 4o6, l1
-ea-'n thI live lI.1.t crop ,of this kitnl I-ve
grow, will ILe hlarve.t', !, there.
S -v-.r:tl fatri iugi re-al.-rs ait l ctralle- if ,sti--fa,.tory
termtli- 'il |t Int, ie withl your agents,
in 4 10ala&. Tlioi-. wlio, know andi have
I it<( otli tare --peakag illn the highest
ta''lin-' of Ilie t)e-e'ilg liac'a iine..
Tlih It eaict P'lblic o'1 i,.,l cl'ost'd a
few days ago witli aptropiriate exei-
cise, ithich wt-re very mutlit enjoyed
Iby all of theA t iZt'zens as well as pupil-.
The iiew anl eotinooilius lchurcht
at thi., i- ne-arinlg minpletion.
thrrouhl the enerLy ,of a few of its citi-
zei.-1, aIal thi-r i regular services held
twice :. wee-k bty tlie im.stor of the Red-
dick church, which are largely at-
Tti w beii oe tie mne-- atrotunl here lie is in-
vited to odro|p b'lean-, plow, pile bru-4sh
etc., and talk while lie is doing these
\V, are atxitously waiting for the
eanidMates for senatorial honors to get
before thie footlights, and we cannot
uirierstatii, why so many aspire to the
tiup ler 1iou1e wli-eti we need as brainy
and fearless mtien in the lower one.
Many of .\our readers paid but little
attention to the round robinl upon the
di-pentsary juestion, lhailted out by
some o f our late representatives, and
we would like to have the same pub-
lit-shed again, a- thi.- question seems to
lavesne litial iitital significance. From
what we gather from the press of th(lie
state also it is adluli-sible to publishi
the Walls Ihill, soi tlit the merits and
demerits ci, be discu.,ed at our post-
,tlice ,on Saturdlay- when we call for
'our weekly mail.
Fairtfield will be glad toi have all the
candidates ai editors in the county
at the roper tilnle, aid will treat themnI
royally, atid expect to dl sotle mighty
good voting this year. but don't want
toi be gathered now, and want :a late

Eow's This'
\Ve ot-r )One Hundred IDollars Re-
ward for any .cae of C('atarrh that can-
not Ice cured iy Hall's Catarrh Cure.
F. J. ('CHENEY & Co, Toledo, O.
We. the undersigned, known
F. J. ('heney for the last fifteen years,
and hwelieve him perfectly honorable
in all business transactions and finan-
cially able to carry out az-y obliga-
tions made by their tirm.
WE>T & TRI A x, Wholesale Druggists,

Toledo, 0.
Wholesale Druggist.s, Toledo, Ohio.
Hall's C'atarrh Cure is taken inter-
tally, acting directly upon the blood
awl mucous surfaces of the system.
Price T.e.. per bottle. tSold by all
druei-ist.s. Testimonials free.
Hall's family pills are the best.
Chaires -Sheppard.
Sunday morning at the home of the
blride's sister, 1rs. John L. Edwards,
in the first ward, Miss Ruby Sheppard,
of Oldtown, and Mr. McQueen
Chairs. of Fannin, ha were unit-
ed in marriage by Rev. L. B. Warren.
Mr. and Mrs. Chaires left
at onee for Charlestonl. S. C., to visit
the exposition after which they will
live at Fannin, in LaFayette county.
Mr. Chaires is- a son of the late Hon.
l'om Peter Chaires, and is one of the
largest cattle dealers In this section of
Florida, and is also a prosperous
11iss Sheppard attended shool in
Ocala and while here made many
._. _- ... .

I ---- -.

Mlr-. P. I. BI-tlopI vi-ited in O(als
last wtek.
Saturday afternoon Maxey Erwit:
entertained his friends in honor of hi
tenth birthday. The little ones speni
:a very jolly afternoon. Master Erwit
received many pretty remembrances
I Mr. II. A. Kncsley, of Woo stock
Vi1., .'spe lt la:st we-k in Citra, the
guest .of his friend,. Mr. Stewart H%-.
A Firemans Close Call.
"I stuck to my engine, although
every joint ached and every nerve was
racked with pain," writes C. W. Bell.
amny, a locomotive fireman, of Bur-
lington. Iowa, "1 was weak and pale.
without any appetite aud all run
down. As I was about to give up, 1
got a bottle of Electric Bitters and.
after taking it, I felt as well as I eves
did in my life." Weak sickly run
down people always gain new life,
strength and vigor from their use.
Try them. Satisfaction guaranteed
by the Anti-Monopoly Drug Store.
Price !' (ents. 2
4 'old weather and severe rains have
visited our little burg since our last
report. They did swiane damage to
Illelots and heanls.
The Willaeoochee river is booming.
It is rising an inch a day. The ferry-
man is finding it a task quite harder
than lie expected in the commence-
Some of I~aiter's citizens made a
business trip to Dunnellon Monday;
and on their return they spoke well of
D)unnellon. They say she too has
hard streets. This is quite a help to
Dunnellwiin. and, I dare sy, the more
of this kind (cf work the better.
Most farmers who have cattle are
very busy now gathering them. They
are finding them in much better con-
dition than they expected.
A short time ago a certain party
while on the \Withlacoochee river fish-
ing discovered several pieces of coal
lying on the bottom. and at another
place found a chalk bed on the banks
of the Withlacoochee.
What is the meaning of this coal
find ? Is it possible that a coal steam-
er ever ran on this river, or could that
coal have been put there by certain
parties; and how about the chalk
bed ? ('an Florida mine chalk, too ?
Success to the Ocala Banner, says
You Know What You Are raking
When you take Grove's Tasteless
C('hill Tonic, because the formula is
plainly printed on every bottle, show-
ing that it is simply Iron and Qui-
nine in a tasteless form No cure, no
ay. 5oc. t
Orange Lake.
The farmers of this place have fin-
ished planting. Some vegetables are
being shipped from here. They are
getting too much rain now.
Orange trees are looking fine and are
bloominggfreely, the air being full of
their fragrance.
Mrs. Mooney and four children, of
Tennessee, are spending the winter
here, the guests of Mrs. Stewart.

Quarterly meeting will convene
here next Sunday. OGr*at prepara-
tions are being made by the Sunday
aeh al a that ia i.Eater nndavy



As before stated, I have on hand a
carload of one and two-horse mowers,
rakes, sickle grinders and repair-
parts, and shall have in the next ten
days a car load of reapers, binders,
shredders and every part pertaining
to make harvesting a success.
Remember that the McCormick
binder is the only right hand machine
on the market, and should you buy
any other, you are sure to be disap-
We defy and challenge the world to
meet us in the harvest field. There
is the place to show what your ma-
chines are. Call and see me and I
will give you points that will interest
you, and save you money. Every
machine sold will Ibe put up and
tested before it is turned over to you.

F. D. POOSER, Agent.
3-1--dl -wI m

Gentleniems. Get the New .and
Novel Di eovery.

Cures Gonorrhoea and Gleet in one to four days.
Its action is magical. I'events S tricture. All
complete. To be carried in vest pocket. .-lire
preventative. Sent by mail in plain package,
prepaid on receipt of price. $i per tox. three
for $2.5o. Anti-M1onopoly Drug Store, Ocala. Fla



A new and complete treatment, con.-isting ot
Suppositories. Capsules of Ointment and two
boxes of Ointment. A never-failing cure for
Piles of every nature and degree. It makes an
operation with the knife, which is painful, and
often results in death, unnecessary. %% i y en-
dure this terrible disease? We pack a written
guarantee in each $i box. No cure, no pay. 5,oc
and Si a box. 6 for $5. Sent by mail. Samples
I0STIPATIOnI Cured, Piles Prevented, by
V Japanese Liver Pellet-. the
great liver and stomach regulator and blood
purifier. Small. mild and pleasant to take: es-
pecially adapted for .children's use. Fifty doses
25C. Anti-Monopoly Drug Store. Ocala. 2

WANTED :-Two travelling salesmen
in each state; salary and expenses;
ri*pmn.n* nt rmuinon- aWnt'rfianoe not


Citra Happenings.
Mr. and Mrs.W. H. Tonner, of Steu-
btnville, Ohio, spent a few days in
Citra last werk with Mr. James B.
Borland. T!iey were on their way
home from Frt .Myer., where they
have been speliinii the winter.
Mi- Eumiiiin id Lutie nmith,. of An-
thony, spentt' t frw days here last
Mr. r-. |-EI Wartmatin very
pleaas-till elt-w rltainhld the siwinl I( ll
last ev'e i IIti. 1
MIr. E J. H:atiriy, of ayiito, Ohio,
wli<, own I- :i.h I o(ratl e r.ove at
it lira, i-. tio' il oI hi i- htiti tl visit l4ook-
inl; after tIOw S:41,14..
Mi- Aimic Hiunter, of Ath-iis, .(i.,
i- visiting Mrs. Ed Wrnimanin.
l)r. T''homnas l{eve lie has returned
from a i-liness trip to southernn 4 ;eor-

Wednesday for South Carolina to at-
tend the exposition.
Mrs. Waits, of Grove Park, is visit-
Ing her brother, Mr. '. ('. W:aits.
Mr. A. J. Wyche and C(. E. Cork
have returned from Porto Rico con-
vinced that Florida is the heest place.

Wednesday night at 7 o'ctlok, at the
Fellowship Baptist church, Mr. Thom-
as Manni, of Iork, tad l Miss Baneta
larco, of Fellowship, were united
in marriage.
Miss Barco is a daughter of ithe
late Mr. Joseph K. B.tirc and is a
niece of Hon. .. M. la.r.o, Mrs. \V.
K. Zewadski, and Mrs. C('arrie Lon ',
of this vity. She is well known in
Ocala, having visited here on several
Mr. and Mrs. Mann will live at
York, this county, where Mr. Mann
is a telegraph operator.
The Best Prescription 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. Price '-Nc,:
For State Senator.
I hereby announce myself a candi-
date for the State Senate from the
Twentieth Senatorial district (Marion
and Sumter counties) subject to rati-
fication tby the people in a primary
election to be hereafter called by the
IDemocratic Executive committee.
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F. D. POOSER, Agent,

Sash and
Doors, .



Ready Mixed
Paints Etc .

The Montezuma Hotel,

J. P. Ginllow-ay. Prop. I.R. h illoll. .Ir.. MIgr.
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S it alone. I'lir. i.- i -tro ngthl
ill tmgh 111ta3-1 in--tual ,of ,'v.-

Sit. It I ,t- to, i ,:t artful i
4 b buying Ieal- | rel too get
Sthe best--tvmd,,r huli ,. ,,, ,.
Pay a little m rt, if l te a ,i
put something in lvdur --t,,i ,ach

b. hones and strong, blh, i n, y,,our
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A Lesson in Health
HATEVER the apparent
cause of your ill he. th, are
you absolutely certain that
the real, underlying c.iuse
13 isn't disorder in yotur kid-
nevs ? Nine chances in ten it's your
kidnevs that need ;attefntin, if the
root of your poor hu.tlth is to be
reached. Treating ) our stn.mach.
your liver. your V.*'od, vyo, r h, art or
-our nerves, is ti tria.t symptoms rn2v.
rating youTk kidnIr- s is to rv ., -i andl
remove the cause f !disca-e.
If you ne.'! ct ((, 'r \ t in l'.:, 'l
have i la: .e;''. r : i r
other ti.ri wtt a l 1 i ; i I t
Foley's Kidney Cur,- is' a 'o; ly Iguar-
anteed for all kidney dis-.rr dr. Yv.i rin no
risk. Try it to-day.

SORE? BANNER SALVE s i:l heal it.

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'The Trh.une editor,
way isoue of the rising

who by the
journali-ts f

Florida, went to Tampa not many
years ago *T4om in debt. He now owns
a bank ,wount that in the earlier
day- of jurnalhsm would have made
Henjamin Franklin, the elder Bennett
and Homrace Ureeley feel like they
were willinaires.
Mr. Stovall has a complete modern
newspaper outfit, folding machine",
electric motors, linotype machine-
and all. Just the other day Mr. Stovall
printed what he called a "proclama-
tion edition," and struck off thirty-
three thousand, and did not attend it

with any blowing of horns, and re-
garded it simply as a matter of
course, just a part of the every day
proceedings. This shows something
of his push, pluck and enterprise.
Mr. Frank Walpole, who made such
a splendid success with the Palmetto
News, Is now editor-in-chief of the
ThMap Daily Herald, and is full of
hope for the future. He has ordered
a linotype setting machine and is go-
lug to take the full Associated Press
di patces. and is going to give the
peol. of Tamnsa an up-to-dlate news-
paper along Ill lines, and one that will
make his contemporaries hustle to
keep up with.
We regret that our time was so lim-
ited that we failed to pay our respects
to the Times. It is also enjoying a
full share of prosperity. It is one
of the oldest papers in Tampa
and is in line with the "old timers,"
and iN keeping up with the rapid pro-
-eemion of events that are every day
transpiring in that city.
Tampa Is full of polities, and as Mr.
McNamee has said, proniises to be- tIhe tlorm center.
The labor men are orranizedl into a
leag and it is said will vote as a
unit, and this vote will be a large fac-
tor in Idlitical affairs in Hill-morough
We had a most pleasant trip, and
are under obligations to many friends
for social courtesies.

Peolties is the First District.
The Tallahaswee correspondent to
the Havannah News gives the follow-
ing bit tof political gowipl concerning
the first district of Florida.
"O-imlition to the Hon. S. IM.
Sparkman, ('ongreasman from the
First District, I regret to say, seems
rapidly developing in the immediate
vicinity of the great Cigar ('ity of the
land of Flowers. The regrets, how-
ever, are not for Mr. Sparkman.
They are for these who are amusing
themselves by putting up the pins
against him. They will, when too

The editor of this paper has recently
returned from a business trip to Tam-
Everything diwa there is moving
alogt with a delightful swiftuess.
The orange teese are in full bloom
and present the attractve appearance
that formerly made this county so
famous for its beauty and its wealth.
The ground i& also yielding rich re-
turon to the vegetable growers. Those
who are growing celery are reaping
rich returns for their labor, and those
who are picking the modest straw-
berry are net very far behind; and
every year their pocket books are ex-
undiugia more and more.
Wheni we say that even the news-
awper- in Tamupa are making money
anid Kros ing rieh I.erhal-s we need
asy nouo mre. Rut i> a fact.

Mr. Sparkman will go back
gres, if lie runs, instead of

to ('on-

after the Senatorial bee that lie bas
been charged with harboring in his

Malarial poison, chills and fever are
po-itively cured by using Robert's
('hill Tonic. 25cts,'your money back
if it fails. Wm. Anderson. t

A Man With a Big Imagination.
"I'd rather be wrecked in the mid-
dle of the Atlantic ocean than in the
()klawaha river of Florida," remark-
ed Mr. A. ;.. Eligitt, of Brandford, !
Pa., who is a gu st at the Ebbitt

House. "We traveled for more than
140i miles along tihe stream, and at no
time were in sight of good solid earth.
Thle river is hemmed in by swamps,
- which are heavily wooded and alive
with snakes, alligators, lizards, and
all sorts ofcreeping things. If a mant
were to be thrown into the stream lie
might find refuge on a log some-
where, but even the losession of that
would be disputed by snakes and alli-
"VWhile traveling along the Okla-
waha it is hard to tell whether the ex-
cursion boat was made for the river or
whether the river was made for the
,oat. All along the stream tihe
branches of the trees touch the boat,
and the channel is so narrow that a
slight mistake on the Dart of the
crew would cause a terrible collision
with the enormous trees. At Silver
Springs a launch had killed a sea cow,
a sort of fish which abound- in tlhe
river. It took twenty men to pull the
great fish out of the water. It was
twelve feet 1nmg, and measured tenll
feet about the thickest part of its
ilody. All the other creatures which
thrive in the stream seem to approach
the sea cow in size, so you call imna-
gine how a man would hate to take a
plunge in water which is live with
such a lot of monsters."-W-lhingtlon
Watterson and the Flag.
'"I am something of a jingio myself.
I believe in the expanding greatne"-s
and glory of my country. I never see
the flag floating above the dome on
yonder capitol that my heart does not
throb with the proud, glad thought-
that my eyes do not fill with happy
exultant tears-that I, too, am an
American citizen. G;od bless the flag.
and God bless the boys that fight be-
neath it. I would carry it inviolate.
I would keep it spotless.

Patrick has been found guilty of the
murder of Rice, and will die in the
electric chair.

Eczema, Psoriasis, Salt

Rheum, Tetter and Acne
Belong to that class of inflammatory and disfiguring skin eruptions that
cause more genuine bodily discomfort and worry than all other known
diseases. The impurities or sediments which collect in the system because
of poor digestion, inactive Kidneys and other organs of elimination are
taken up by the blood, saturating the system with acid poisons and fluids
that oose out through the glands and pores of the skin, producing an inde-
scribable itching and burning, and I can cheerfully ndore* your 8.8.8.
the yellow, watery discharge forms as a cure for Zcam I was troubled
into crusts and sores or little brown with it for 56 years sad tried many
and white scabs that drop off. leaving remedies with no o eRects, but after
eag_, _Ja f arow bottlesof S.8.Sa.wasuentire.
the skin tender and raw. The effect ly reeved. Wn. Campbell,
of the poison may cause the skin to 813 W. Central St., Wichita, Kan.
crack and bleed, or give it a scaly, fishy appearance; again the eruptions may
consistent innumehtrale.a hi4l4eM..- ;A. .i- w.. ,. -.A -

late, find that they have run up
against the hardest proposition of
their lives. The state has never seen
a more adroit and resourceful poli-
tician than Steve Sparkman. Too
many of the traits that go to form
that most evanescent and iridiscent
of dreams bkmwn as 'popularity,' he
| unites the eillhty of the statesman,
the trained faculty of the well-
equipped lawyer and the mental
equipoise of the man of the world,
who is seldom at a loss, and who
therefore, seldom Is.s. It is to the
ranks of the disaffected and disgrunt-
led-the lame, the halt and the blind
of the political arena-that the oppo-
sition to Mr. Sparkman must look for
recruits. There is hardly %in able bod-
ied candidate among them. They
are however, said to have a paper of
their own in Tampa. which may, on
the whole, prove a doubtful boor.

Working 24 Hours a Day.
There's no rest foa those tireless lit-
tle workers-DIr. King's New Life
Pills. Millions are always busy cur-
ing torpid liver, jaundice, biliousness,
fever and ague. They banish sick
headache, drive out malaria. Never
gripe or weaken. Small, taste nice,
work wonders. Try themi, "ie, at
Aniti-Monopoly Drug Store. 2
Tlhi- is not captain n Jan Kreige,
who re gently ol ivered an address at
thie opera liouse in this city, speak-
inr, but is the stately and courteous
Wa-hington Piost which Is so conser-
vative that it refut-es to proclaim it.
self either a democratic or a repub-
lican journal :
"Rhiodes was a monster. He ldept
through the crises lie himself precip-
itated. He slept as Negro, Triberius,
Commodus slept. The blood of his
victims drugged him. Their cries and
groans ,were lullabies. And so, at last,
the fumes of the shambles grew so
strong and the lamentations of the
dying so intolerable, he fell into
that sleep from which there is no
waking. Civilization? Look across
the desolate velts of the Transvaal
the Orange Free State; behold the
ashes and the whitening bones, the
desecrated hearths, the ruined homes,
the devilish theater upon the boards
of which the tragedie- of Rhodes'
making were enacted-look there for
your civilization end revel in it if you

Mr. Joshua C. Geiger, of this city,
and Miss Flora M. Stevens, of Fort
Me'c'oy, were married at the residence
of the bride's father, last Sunday, by
Rev. P. J. Reeves, of Spring Park.

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sale." IHe knew the woman had noth-
ing. Her daughter's lwggarly earn-
ings as a milliner could not keep them
both and pay rent and taxes besides.
Some one was doing it, and the man-
ager swore roundly at the unknown
When the Cornishman finished his
scanty lunch, he began leisurely oiling
the drill bearings. Grafton stood su-
"You're not with us, then, Jack ?"
"I'm not saying I'm not," was the
sharp reply.
Grafton grinned. He knew from that
the man would be easily bribed, so lie
let the matter rest.
"You'll be on till 6, then?"
"Yes, sir."
"Very good. If Ryan comes down
when I'm gone, don't let him in here.
We don't want him longer. It's as
well not to let him see the position of
the drill."
"Aye, aye," muttered Jack.
The manager seized a candle and
hurried along the level to the shaft
and entered the cage, which came
swinging up to the surface. lie had
an uncomfortable task to perform and
made straight for the office. Ryan
saw him coming and crushed the love
letter in his pocket.
"Morning," said Grafton gloomily.
The bookkeeper cheerfully acknowl-
edged the half hearted salutation. Hlie
had heoen aan armwrlnvr a-1-. .... i _


General Miles is scarcely less a pop-
ular idol with the masses of the Amer-
ican people than Admiral Schley.
Being rebuked by President Roose-
velt and sat down upon by Secretary
of War Root has tended in no way
to lessen his popularity.
It may be remembered that it fell to
General Miles' lot to le in command
at Fortress Monroe at the time that
ex-President Jefferson D)Avis, the 'on-
federate chieftau, wa-iun prison there,
and lie placed shackl-s upon his dis-
tinguished prisoner.
Of course, this indignity was severe-
ly resented by the south at the time
and it is still a sore sipot in her mern-
ory, and, for that matter, will per-
haps ever remain o.
General Miles was bluntly reminded
of this fact by representative Rixey,
of Virginia, not long s-ince. Represen-
tative Rixey is reported to have said:
"*So you, General NMiles, are the man
who put handeulls upon Jefferson Da-
vis?" "Yes," relied the general,
with great suavity, "but you must re-
member that I was a very young man
at .that time. I am older now and
know a good deal more than I did
The Associated Press s tys that Mr.
Rixey left very much pleased. There
are incidents in tht lives of most men
that they would like very much to get
rid of.
As revered as is the life of ILigl.'
Horse Harry Lee there was an inci-
deut in his life that lie very much re-
gretted and which his enemies relent-
lessly and continuously reminded hinm
When quite a young man he applied
to become stamp collector under the
British government in Virginia. This
position afterwards became exceed
ingly unpopular, e.sp~ cially after
throwing the tea overboard in the
Boston harbor on at-count of the Stamp
;ten. Lee wa- a very young man at
the time lie made his application, and
although he was fuily exeulpAted by
the Virginia assehbldy and iby the
many acts of kindness on the part of
partisans and friends during the Rev-
olutionary war, he would much rather
have preferred that this incident
could have be.n iblotted out of his


Copyrigh4 1901, by Alexander Bruee

Up in the dingy office of the Evening
Star Patrick Ryan, the bookkeeper,
was reading a letter. Hle smiled
brightly, for the writer was his promis-
ed wife.
Down in the underground chamber
of the mine sat David Grafton, the
manager. Hle, too, was reading a let-
ter. and his face grew black as thun-
der. lie peered closer and closer to
the typewritten sheet, as though lie
could scarce believe his eyes. The
room was lighted by candles in miners'
sharp pointed Pandlesticks. and stray
puffs uf air made them flicker badly.
"Jack." he cried sharply, "Ilaggart
writes that the output nitmust be doubled
or the mtine closes down."
That was the truth, but not the
whole truth. It was the bluff with
which he had decided to win Jack over
to his side.
"What's t liit you say?" answered
Jack, a 1)4-.. ',id bearded Cornishm an.
lie t(1own on his knees connect-
ing -ed pipe with a dianiond drill
set A Ar st the face of the rock.
_p output must lbe doubled or the
"r closes down," repeated G;rafton
r higher Le..
"'Can't do It. It ain't In the Evening
8tar to twinkle that bright."
"eBut it's in the Busy Bee. Our priv-
ate boriings show it," Whispered (;r:f-
Jack wasn't surprised at the speech.
Ile 1:;ew Grafton well, had worked
with hlim fur years, so lie swung round
on his knees and leered: "o;,ing to
The manager flushed crimson.
"We're Just taking a loan. If we
don't, the entire bank of cash we've
thrown into this cursed hole is gone.
and," as a parting shot. "your loans
go with it."
The old man was silent. A nervous
twitching of the mouth lbetrayed his
excitement, and Ills hands trenmblled as
he stretched out to untle thie red hand-
kerchief in the can beside hin. liHe
pulled out a sandwich and began
munching at it. Grafton rose and
stood looking at him sheepishly. Net-
ther spoke for a time.
The nine hundred foot level of tihe
Evening Star had been run a hundred
feet westward from the main shaft,
timlered up solid like a tunnel all the
way. Beyond was the underground
room where the manager andl the drill
hand were working. Then came five
feet of solid rock, yet unexcavated,
Inside the boundary line of the rmine.
Beyond that every inch of rock leclong-
ed to thie Widow Baird.
The late owner of tile Busy Bee had
sunk a shaft and followed the loadstar
lode westward with indifferent sue.
cess, while all unknown to himn in the
eastern portion of his mine bounded
by the Evening Star lay tons of the
wealth which makes men mad. Year
after year of heavy expenditure, poor
returns and a superabundance of litiga-
tion had disheartened him, so thle
Busy Bee closed down. Shortly after-
ward Balrd died. It was said that dis-
appointment had crushed him. Graf-
ton had lben the deceased's intimate
companion and one of the experts
whose advice Baird had relied upon.
Knowing the widow's low financial
state, he assured HIaggart. "We can
buy the mine for a song."
The Evening Star was completely
played out. No one knew that better
than Grafton. HIe was drawing a
princely salary for his work, and tihe
monthly reports to the owner had been
couched In grandiloquent language, but
the latter's eyes were open at last.
Grafton had approached thie widow
with a miserly offer and was staggered
at the reply, "The mine is not for

"I mean thle a i,.-.s ut. a ,t.,.,..,I
Jack stopped the drill, andi the. i:v. I,-
Ing Star closed dowim.
It was In a western hotel. A i..!;',..y
Was sent to Colonetl lWilli-tam <;r-.,ii..
Sterett's room to ascertain what tit i.:lit
need had Inipehled that geitithl.;im:i tee,
push the button. Hlie entered anrl f-,rii
the colonel deeply immersed in a
friendly game with sonie chltosil .-ir-

"Did you ring, sah?" he deferentially
"Yes," said Colonel Sterett. deftly
hurling two unprom ising paste.lards
into the discard. "We want yu to
bring us some whisky. My friehai.el here
will take Scotch, andti mine is rye."
"Yes, saub," said the boy. turning to
"And after you have brouglit usi the

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keys on the desk. I'll get them when
I return."
lie glanced at his watch. nitttered
"Eleven twenty-five" and walked out.
Ryan. stunned. stood staring rt the
check. lie had bee engaged oi, a
week's notice, and the extra alar3
was included. How Ih to litll
Mary and her mother now? lit- had
been lending them half hi.s salary to
enable them to hold tonl to i.i'.
Positions were seairve in this s.ti lon ef
the country, and his spirits s:mik Iow.
What would Mary think .f it" Mary
was the "teggarly milliner."
lie Wbgan slowly to replace tit books
which littered the floor. Tie Itblue
print lay loetween :i tattere'ld le.dgr and
a letter book. lie liked it upl :tial
turned It over.
"What's this?"
It was a private chart ,htowi :'g tihe
borings through the bouil.t;ry t t. th
Busy lBee, andl thl.' ;i*-si: s i ,t r ,.*l
$20'" ier ton. It3 tn',fl -,,rt
ly, slipped the i:I'r iT i li- .,, k t.
closed tile safe a nl t,,ssli tih. ke ys .I,
the desk. ;Gra:ftoit hiidl ta;li:, i tIli. so..ith
road to Rlllh' u.t,1! 1iPat thli it .1!it
to meet lhimt. so hl-e limlt'.,l th'- I litilil1
onil thie north sihe oft the ~ 'hIft ai, It'll
ruled down the hill. .A Ii-tl,' t..t.** l
up the canyoul.
'That must to,. the 11:17'-
lie rushed dlto it thei r.i-ky .,:ithl :;y.
cl nl lhilig i,, lil"* stunil s, sliding: o, thN ,lr\ i* i; ,* *I; --
until he re'i .te Id thi "(;oinlig to l).IIIt drawled the stationn 'i ;,g'it.
'Yes," gllled I'.'it ipr,",lhl,". ]I
Tile nt ill I slid dlo n tli. s.._ial
lever, and thi roar of t, ohe e '.;,,tl
train lessened ais it ~wVilg, i' i i'
bend. slowed down atil ti*ll...Il. I '.it
jul ped in., the t- oiill,'tor ia;-,. I tI.'
greentiflag. tilted looi', ot i\,e 'iorlt'l i1.,ii1
ly, and the glittering, trlt l.-. -'11 t .,nt
from leineatlh.
I'p on the m inerl ri<" l. :l l; ii;l 11:-
runnling. waving friili, ;il.t. I'.l r '. .:-
nized htii. uit thIl 11:1.-. tlinil', .1 onl
through the antyo. .
At Ilunton ilepot twoI 1 o'ir- l:t I':it
met Cuthllert. IhI 0l I f t'i. l hri,!.
"Hello,. Ry ti: l]n-in.-< Irisk ;it Ith.,
*"N otiili;n *,inii ;1 a :ill, i1-i ,.
"W ant a .i,'. tliaent I' rl.e- *i it tli;.
morning. 'oin. right ov'r t,\\. .\in l
the affable oj.eraitor grai',lld I'.it's miI
and led hiun into the ttli,. .
IRyan unde'rstol the 'Ao'rk. l', !:',I
served his tline on thi 1 w',>lTien itlin.
lie thanked C('itlilrt, there ifT I:!
Jacket and fa:it do, n l>, l.ia. a ,. l iie
chine. Tick ti- k: .A .l Ii*.'i_* .i'
claiming interpret:t ioii:
Hlaggart,. nBtcn i <:(,. '.::.t
Excavatin in w i sta-n cSti n 4tar'" ,-- ..n,
ly. .. ..
Pat knew the western <- 'tioi t, e,..
worthless. Tilt lillie print ">nr l ith. to' Il
gram confirmed his sulpi. ion t 4ra;if-
ton was going to steal. of 6 he boarded .Al ai r at the ,1lhtn I ,r *
and got off ait a itillilitr's store.
lie had sr'ilct'ly rlc.'e'l I t .i r -ptir;'
doors when a girl's ,t i, ,il "l':-\ "
and a pair of soft ;i-iis i-.'r-' r,:i.1l LA.
neck, pulling his he il for :n | ;.i;,,l
down on thle litii, ial violet in i,
TIhe greetings ovr. Ma.ry ir ritti -.I
him withli iinexe> n\\s
.Mother's jnit hli !;i i | .... ",l. I,.'- .
T he gentletima i e'tli 's fl r hii ;. -\ r
toni ght."
"Who is it'?"
"Mr. Graftan "'
"What: *';is,.,1 Ily~in.
Now lie uiiln ,r'.t ...I whly i !, ;an
waved so fraiithlially, II:. h :,-2 I!'
he had caught tie tIriiin. Lthr. \\,.,.1
have xee ni lie, ttl,'grnmtt ; lh. l..i\ :.;
rived here ahead of it'. !i. i'n !.t I'.it
Next afternoon ;raoiiftn ,'.th.,l ,| ; ; ..,
w idow, but lie did o,,t -r. i\ I',t=. I' i. r
he boarded tlhe Salnta I e f..r li.' i. ,
coast, and II[ .a iait r., \.'r ,'\ I :.
In the untl<'rgrollinal < hia il t, r ,f t ,
Evening Star the halae'k di:in ,i.;., 1.,I
pierced tlihrotilugi fo ii't,.tn I. a t I > .

Toys, Oolls

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Ryan and his :ittolrnety entr<. el.
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Jack sprang up.
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orders:" lie roared.
"You're not likely to t:il.,t r rt l, r
orders from Grafto,,." saiI l:.~:,. i,,. t.
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111uld inilmpre:... a thoughtful observer whose presence has added very much

with tihe growing strength of Florida to the pleasure of the young people in
Methodis-mi, and the increasing efti- our vicinity for the past two weeks,
einey tof her providential forces in the bade adieu to her friends and left yes-
nien and wolmenll who meet the s-itu- terday for her home in Ocala. We

lti on: Mitchell. so gentle, genial, I hope she will return again in the near
Christlyv: iLril-iter. brainy, enlithusia- future. ; 'ateroni, "every inch a maln." Mrs. Nlooney, who has been spend-
There are sign- of betterment every- inig the winter in thiis place, at the
H here, home o(f Mrs. Stewart, for her health,
Take the present cabinet. Now will leave Friday for Ihome in Ten-
wa ia'e always hiad efficient mem.- nessee.

im.r- of the cabinet, but the present Mr. E. J. Helvenston,of O(ala, made
-,.llege of "sub-tlishops above the a flying trip to Orange Last Sunday,
average in etti,.iency and general ex- spending thie day at the hospitable
veilvlence: lousehrolder, soli 1, and home of Mrs. A. IH. Hopkins.
.,und, safe; Nixon, a gentleman, Quarterly conference convened here

guilelte-. practical and refreshing in on last Saturday and Sunday. It be-,
hi., preaching. eminently successful; ing Easter Sunday we had an able
ir. Fulwood, a knightly gentleman, and interesting sermon by Rev. Mr.
ni,.\vin amonnmg the churches by the Patterson. the presiding elder. The

se. a ilon of consolation, with a re- chur, h was beautifully decorated. Mr.
cerl t.f which hirs brethern are not Patterson remarked that "the taste
ashamed; Hilturn, alert to every in- displayed in the decorations and the
ter.-'t of Zion, sweeping through his large attentive audience did credit to
.... :. ith for.e of a Missouri the town." (*'. L. C.

d i ttri t it t e ,i i X P, W. .
wind: 'Pattersoo, a student and a man
.- .. -.. a- l,.tr a Qi5vi*d'OABl in

A Chattanooga Druggist's Statement.
.... As _

him my trouble, and be took me right Oriner Farm.
away to the officers who had fired me, The cold weather did very little
and for two days he looked after my damage to vegetables and fruit in this
matter, and when I left Washington section.
I was informed I'd come out all right. Mr. and Mrs A.Y. Strunk, of Spring
(lOne 4of the officials said to me: 'How Park, was in our burg Sunday.
did Kniiator Mallory come to bother Messrs. John Priest and Thomas
himself about a common man like Proctor, of Pedro, were visitors here
you .' Senators seldom do such things.' one day this week.
Well, I says to him, I never knew Strawberries are moving northward
Senator Mallory before in person, but rapidly now and the prospects look
it there is alny letter man than him promising.
iit itheie United States I'd like to be Mr. .James Milligan, of Daisy has
lhowel lim antid whilst I'm a nation- made thi- his home. We welcome
al republican, I'll be d---d if I you, "Jim."
a:,n't a Mallory democrat." Mr. and tMrs Jaimes Lufflmaln. of Sil-
W\ell. now, Mr. Editor, anyoneof the eer Springs, were here Sunday on a
:lit',- (of our eonmressionall delegation visit to Mr. L.'s parents.
Si!l duplieite NMallory's attention to Rev. J. G4. ;Graham, of Anthiony,
i- dluties. lThy have done the same tilled his regular app )intmient here
thiling time and again when it is right. Sunday.
A.\tii wlivre will you find in the state How abouiit the banning factory for
tKiiee I -.tter orators than Davis and Ocala? We hope that it will be ready
M'Itiliory aind Slarknan -particularly to can fruit and vegetables this sea-
I .it, rt W. IDavis? And Taliaferro s<,n. If it proves a sit'-ress there will
imnt--elfdoes totml ake a fool of him- Ibe a large Iper ent. of the wa-te fruit
-ilf lihen hl talks on his feet, and saved.
that i- what lot., off 'orllerssmeln can't Mr. and Mrs. Alfred Proctor, of Le-
Ihlp doing. von, spent Sunday with Mrs. P.'s
NoI. Mr. Editor, I raise my voice for mother, Mrs. '. l.-itnier, as also did
the return of thit" present delegation. Mrs. Sarah Priest. of Anthony.
Icsspectfully, Ilr. Bert Smithi, of Connor, spent a
JON 4; I'.\IAI-"N. few days with relatives and friends
..... here last week.
WVlhi.e they last I will .ell pedigretd
l.Ikrian hares. F. W. Biggs, Ocala, .e.r. Jake L-itrer and Walter
rla. 12-13 Perry, of Antholiy andl Ptdro respect-
Citra's Hospitality. ively, were in our midst Sunday after-
nof1on ; as also was NlMe.-rs. Vilton Jonies
"le la.Kc Utiv, <'onliiniitlees o( lhie
and Heniiry 'raltoit, of Antthioiy.
I ar..ti- oif i iiichli n xltx ( sioi,. of u he t \e* ,lt- ames it. II. [Leitnier, J. J. Lill-

S*i ''.rI In...-'.*i of the Womanli'- Par- man and W. 11. Llutl'iali attended a

,n.i t.- :;i. l lit nt. .1i--i. n society juiltingr at Spriing Park la-t week.
Ie i tei i in 'ir IMr.-. Stiruik, otf Sprink Park, and
hl lr frietiad, 'lr-. S *ott, of Jack ison-

vilI., w tre vi-itlors! la t S! tli eIay.
'ilar. .\ i il.-1. Il i it' r %% w ere tlih W e .41114*ile ll | jii *' ve

e ltn'.tl i al itii l ilie .i. .Iys move'1l
vun-t- ?. f 1lr- .A. E W hite, -t-d th- No there is
t- it1 llit e tothh mort atrartiv- l:n ool
iE -.-. \\. .1. tharp n'er. (;. W e ,l.el io al l .
Nii i-It.ll. Irt S. Pi'tter. soni; Mrs. A.
I.. Hlrri-oi, Mis. C. T. Carroll Mrs. A Valuable Medicine For Coughs and
Ira S. Patter-,onm and Mrs W. J. ('ar- Colds in Children.
,-i'nto.r were ipre-,nit. The alibsence Iof "I have not thie -lightest he-itancy
iMrs-. 4;riflith, I y reason of siv.kne-s, in roconiaeiding chamberlain's s
was a general regret-. oughgh 1l'inredy to all who are
Thit hot-lpitality of the White iouse sutlffering fr(an. oughlis or colds," says
was characteristic id tihe guests were 4 ha. M. 4 ranmer, a we'I known watch
loath toI leave its restful precints. maker, of Coliombo, Ceylon. "It hass
A r.-eptionr inii hntonor of( the ladies been lome two years since the i'ity
wa. riven by Mrs S. S. Harris. Dispelnsary first called my attention
'.Ir-. Harris, in her inimitable way, to this valuable medicine, and I have
inltrloduced Mr-s Harrison who spoke repeatedly used it and it has always
with ut io i wer.S a la i een beneficial. It has cured nwe
witlhlue intlion and power. She 'rmad a quickly of all chest aehis. It is espe-
ie ipresion. Mrs. Patterson fol- cially effitive for children and seldom
lowed, with an interesting report of takes more than one bottle to cure
her work as Secretary of the (Gaines- then of hooarseness. I have persuaded
Sillle District. titr record has been many to try this valuable medicine,
t reditale. Mr=. W. ar and they are all as well pleased as
myself over the ri sul's." Fo-r sale by
t,.r i- developing as a most ethicient Anti-Moni.oly DI)rug Store. in
worker. She is a woman of tine busi-
ii'-. ahilit y and tlhe church will pro- Orange Lake.
tit Iy her experience. That lady, Mr. D. H. Irvine returned Monday
Mr.-. T. modest, retiring, morning from hir trip to ('harleston.
tl....1lly .iiritual. bearing with her thle He reports the exposition to be far lie-
a.sociationis of a family of such bless- yond his expectations.
ed inlltie'ence in Florida Methiod- Mrs Dr. Lewis returned yesterday was a lunediction Ito the corn- from a pleasant trip to Ocala.
hili" M!iss Lula 4 ary, who has been the

The personetil of thle committees guest of Mrs. A. P. Hopkins, and


'v"rtut t ) rIa i lt ,' -cr : !t, *i '. li Ifi t .
IW luit'ulock. ,j ''l .'i the C ti:c!2t C',,rt 7.1t the
Fifth Jn,hci:0l Circuit -I- 1 S-!,;rid,. t,f,;r Mai-o
County. ill challcurv. 11 t i! l a ;i! ,
A I). i02. ill a cc.rtaiii call-(c t ".,t ill .I ,!i;;..
wlerein /. C. h MBLtIS tru ',tf i-(_ ', II
ant. anIlt. -A CRIO.I.IX CI(.AR MAN i'ACTl K-
ING COMI'ANY ;ll', AI'AAM 11. R-*I" Cc 'I.v-
tendant-. I. the wind r-:.i :n t,1 .41 7 .4'-t, 211
chanceryv. appointtl to t.x th. '.n ;a 'It.rcet'.
will on
.U ,,t>.!,:. :h ,t. ,, t;,, :." I. n '.
between the ho'ir-o. :I clock a. in.. ani', 2
o'clock p. In in fi ,nt 'if tile ''e-oult <1 'O t'he
court hol -t iln lIc:la. M"t Ir't1 c,'uiitI I i -,. r : lt at
pulic auction offcr "an'i --l2 to th11, igllt-t a;tl
he-t biddci, tor ca-ih the :f!lowin4 de.--!-b'.*t
mlortgaged prenmi-es to-wit: Bhck. nilniri-d1
5'?,. 129. li- 14- : -2" 2,'. I' 711M d : .t i' l t anlttlllillg
240 lot., according to the plat o)! the W, -t End o"
the City of ()ca!a Marit Tn cotvrty, lI or',.a a'
made l v J. R. Moorhead or .so much thc-rt,,f ,t,
-In.. ho-^ ^^ ^^ to- %' air-^1^ 'l .Iect-rtf 'tild

'"I .." I .'- f ,i- t a -,-- %C u l 1I.;..~. t t
vs iig ,ha t' 'f,r'-lit!: tinc('orleairt'n
F:! -t Pit w lil, it' -iid 111 t.I'pOmatil- -hall11l.t:

(.4a, M! 1C, 'a .2.rii t'ii!i F'.ljrit~i.4an 1o.i %-th 12.4actc!
tI 11-. l it -:n 271 ,.*i thit 1' paitI't'.01 aitl c- unt)' au
n. i I Thr' c 7t'7. n 1 natuire of,(It-, ti o ~ i
I.' t .ll 'od 'IQ that o ol di. nitig !by3'put cha-,"
'71'. ?I d i'l l iint ,itti Ic'.tate and right'.
!in rt71 ,e't 42 h1.trwlse d'"17 :(if
'-.170' I- 111724., ;prep ir for market. 1buy.'and11 t't!
ph_'hz sO k 14111other ;phosphatic nuiiitt ane
and1' mwtral21 : t ~to We vs*'ion or oIthe~rwise'
1,p":pet-(Ilciiinl and! other itntincal lank.,
I ;''.in'1-rI -tltinil'er. andtI(to)iianulfactulte
o2147 a't '.171;1 t Cr pi othic'to, to riiii%4.'. ;. l ;irJ tl
.1111 -ttalrni-altl ,I Itia. 'r'!prodiart- anti fruit,.
Ti t:' 'h T tit i i a itxl'ok is'1'hi~ty.
i'.'i1'1k-um-t r".!cd ltilt(-) threet hunttrtl
,h ito- (f2tiir ;or Sltlil' ofone hnn~ult I!It.7tC
raw! .. t- 1w lap 111in fu~llwheniixosnc'1 iv thes
Ittle-Inin1:thIe tUsixid cumpa;ny of t'al and1 ;prr-
-ma 21.4! r poty at a pot S'ahmiti')21 to h li wl'
tit C. po rat'l1t"I heroin
1''lt '.2 .!"0ol('ipurationol'hil ei.xi',t for the:
Plit li'li-Intit o,021'.ai'I t ori. ration 'hall.
he cond7u( tua1 1'y'a 1 .)atd of dirt ctors. pr int 'iltit.
vtct:' pr, -i'!t lit. *1 2''t C.and trtas-.irer. and' the
la-t t%%,o ftce- tnlt1. I51.41d ivthe -'flt e mmon~i.2
p,!qa.tninli 12145'ati lth'i/C lit- &ct'tiofof 'tie.
1-,111 Tu'1 idaS' i ly, t-l-*Iiar'C, thuit: N tellctioni
ti22' Thonna- 'S C ili't,lle, a- py '.'.i lt, and 1vn ;.l.
iiti!7m 1"Wtr a1s "-'t Itt241 and Irua'-uter, W7i~
Si xth *iehightNt an"' tnt f lialailtty' Ut
a ny umeot -W q''et lt'-tct 1'- 02114hiuiiietI I hoUii'and
Thcnaes WWUi.2d npun
of '-tm.. k *lji-'crifitI 1ty' thelt: !'ci c'.leeilt

2.- War'-.
Becn'iitIMPJ. i'utteri. Ocala, -'lfiritla I '-hare.


I have been staying with their son-in-
law, Orin Yingst.

Mrs. M. J. Hall and daughter, Laura,
and Mr. Churchill left yesterday for;
Springlield, Mass. Mr-. Hall is a)
regular winter visitor, and expect- t)
be here early again thii- fail.

Mrs. H. L. WVall.tee and daugwiitr,
Viola, who have bIen living with
Mrs. Wallce's dauitghte-r, Mr.-. l:lwin
Davis, in lOala, for the la-t ti\-e o)r -ix
months, have moved back to S'inilg
Park in their own hoine.

Mr-s. '. C. ScoLt, of Jack-sonville. is
on a visit to Mrs. A. 1. Striunk. They
have engaged stateruoms on the hiart's
Line steamer from Silver Sv|prings to
Palatka and return, aid -tarted
Thursday and will return Saturda--y.
It will be a delightful trip.

Mrs. Peter Jolhn-on has solid her
house and land to Mr. HIamilton' andl
she will leave Ifor i irniiiighatii, Ala..
about three weeks, where -lie will re-
side with her d au.thlter, Mr-,. Harry
Whitamore. Mr. \\Whitainore was
formerly a resident of Spriing Patrk,
aud i-i now carrying oil a httctler
business in Hliriiinhialtmii.
Mr. E. M. tilli-, a new re,.-idhlit of
the Park, ias just thuilited a iait
barn, and is starting to tuitiwvat-t. llie
twenty acres that lit- Isough( t souli
time ago).
The Fo'rtnightly 'lub meliit in regu-
lar ses-imin at A. Y. Struliiif'.- lat niglit.
The debate oil "'1e-olved, That the
('hiinaliailn slio)ll hi be ex liidi(d fita'ii
this countryy" %wa' lively ;aim Was vii-
elijoy( d 1,y all. '1Thi li Lative carried
it. A. \V. ^ il: N .

How To

Gain Flesh

Persons have been known to
gain a pound a day by taking
an ounce of SCOTT'S EMUL-
SION. It is strange, but it often
Somehow the ounce produces
the pound; it seems to start the
digestive machinery going prop-
erly, so that the patient is able
to digest and absorb his ordinary
food, which he could not do be.
fore, and that is the way the gain
is made.
A certain amount of flesh is
necessary for health; if you have
not got it you can get it by


ycfrs fOs

You will find it just as useful in summer
as in winter, and if you are thriving upon
It don't stop bease the weather is wannr.
soc. and $t.oo, all drufgis's.
SSCOTT & BOWNE, Chemists, New York.

Thie G(treeilnhouse is having a greater
demand for cut flowers than they can
supply. They will sell ol their pit
plants and devote their liou-tes to
flowers the coiling sPeaoui. If you


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Ate thcIfruit- 1 uundl Ne, -t

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To $her & 4.4 ..t tht-* O ctla baset
I Ipleased to ee that o many
Hmi atte4eid the orgaitaUon of -
the Fhrmuq' Idlftute. Thio is de- o
eidedlY 1111 la1the right direction. d -R
Whte moe them stAte tbat they MU
b swb had teo mek imi for the good -
of phealtt yet It is fne weather for
tm eatt ru(. wheb is I looking well S
and W.a fair fr flow e harvest.
I have a uordr for a .shredder from i, .'
Mr A. P Napkin. one ,f Antbouy l|- ^- "
aed Marie iumties foremost truck- r UE S TION
ea irartH 'tal tanner, and one who *
sa apiwriate a good |practical ma-
-hasi I se very t) uch grtified with ,
t.' ,el firw the past two tw .k,, and
0.4r faru r* ere- gritwing mnore- inter- -- -
e .t-dl iII lsa tUhe a f prieti sal lair May- o,*
iag iab Ia te'1i A-. "ear ecrtlty lirothler, -
4w-k Irotf* *L.. **- IIU-t gt "ut of
t** < 1- I t' *...I> l I rt li. 'ti, t *f "

H Wtthat Shall rWe Eat.
a l, "s t x -i tl l- 1161- -to l ilt- 1 -
Sfar ....-I iV t.. Id .
C** t i .-. a'l. 1 4undred
Iti & i **if t I :e. t 0 1Ait*r <" tillt
isfiupo Ia .n *lrai o. ... tf i -tt ifv t h q t
S"These gentle sprain, days this all-important ques-

. oAnvirstiiol ots mal ttti l'l.ntldi, oy- i 4 aC \
t',o, ,, 1ea'*er 4- at hii t I.t t iia fMI N
;rr .: w tion arises in the thoughts of every good house
t It* tr -alli, A- it i-. *i(la-r h l- pro -.

SA'"-- keeper. The famous TEA POT GROCERY
aiWI fall l.i <'-,u144 likv -t- hIay d ^--
4,r*l ev- -tall fo-d a trjud, aIn r d have
a. tr. al.- is in a position to aid in the solution of the question.
"-""h"d "dtyn "-X is n a position toi
t **t tti
rake d"n"f----vst to our store w"
Ju4 h. i r- I want toa.ik-,iaeet-tugli 4
to, let ut r orle- k tioi< what a f:trter
ill an 4< lorida thdiuk aiv t, tlhata&ty farmer in doutlit ati)ut & i
writ. t1w-n-. ;erti anid g.-t itif irmda. ___1- I_ _RE M
A 1.^I A411 : FI.A. .A. M y ?., Ma'y. .4 '
'. I Hayo-f. general agent Mc< ,or- et

'""-'"""-""'"'"-'- T hat cannot be duplicated in this section -s
ha-, Mfa., tbis i to sy time machine .,

"-'-^ s for Quality and Variety. We can please the most "
reqgb. *mlrp,|id ground, and have & -4
ha'd no totle at all. The bundles\
le u,--,r. .do a thingdt exacting epicurean in the land. Look at 4.4
Wa. lead an baeormae left-hand bind- 4
at. it touk lour honmem to |ull it. I find .*- 4
,,t,,-,.-. OUR SPECIAL LINE OF .

I would advice all farmer. tol buy -
tie MANurmuick machine. We va D---

1 hat make. the Met ormiek lighter -.1
draft than any other machine'? -A
T1w driver wheels arr two incuhe,- ._. -
lait -r agnd one inch wider on the face -
that a lwelrs on any other machines.
,1.., farmer that i.' wiloutad W hen in need of Dainties for an afternoon tea or
harvrattn.ltaumg niae itW like&a fisher- Wne "-4
isai. atthout Itiat when lhe is ill the
iset-i)t >f a ,sh<-l of hungry fiah. *<
F. ) Poo .. card party don't fail to bring your order here, as we

Mrvt. Fli-n Harrison, of :N' Park -4
Ave ue. Katimm City, Mo., writes as fit o A -
vr.,t..e:ko,':. oc.,rt. _-: -can fit you out properly on short notice : : :
,of thru an tie Prozxyais of coughing 4
w,,uk -.flen faint and bleed at the -4pl
swNW. We tried everything we heard .. -I T ) *
&Iie.d in our family doctor who pre- 401- -l uY I IS, 11-4
wrted Foley's Honey and Tar. With -m-
tiw very Irat doew they began to im- -"o
5one and we feel that it has saved
thiar lives." Iefse substitute. fold


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