Group Title: Ocala banner (Ocala, Fla. : 1883)
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 11, 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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Bibliographic ID: UF00048734
Volume ID: VID00635
Source Institution: University of Florida
Holding Location: University of Florida
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Resource Identifier: oclc - 18660476
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Funeral of Dr. Delouest
All thai! mit a.4 ii.rIal 41id r. i'>Iit ad
D.I Ottue-( Whm 1- t-41 Isi rt'-!1ill d(he 0o4d
cenieterN Tw. elay :a lttrii'sezl at 4

lie i a kuar.e~l fom -AL Philip's
c hiur.-ii, F"ather i t~tal'ee 4'ie (itliciatilig.
'I'll,'eiii in. tit olivie je reat'lit d A very
earimest and ziti i uore -'.r woi, paying a
ve-ry ltowol itig tri [it,-nmemory
of the 4 10.4 t3.o4 1 41 wt.'I I 1Kai t it'ig thi
up, miih i.'o%- i It( UNt- a it 1 drm %-, i tig a Ile-e.ill
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lie- w. .ho i',re presen c t'. Ho Sa id ,9ti hat
life i- hltit a21 .i tg#e-%av, ,andilthat
41lth t ii. mtheIely a a rni~i Iiotm fro mu aiae14
1.0im4iti' 4.1 1, t o moitbur, Iloiji u..rugitges
tit CAhIi Mlid 14j.vWeftil a10-1t.
D r. 1).lo ou-st wmait old141laud mark
oif thilii-' ey? Iia%ji g rvsielt here coii-
till V pI iiet' Ilie eal ly 711%.lie WJtS
for aIoit 4igwhailte a 41rL4gist, IIIJ us 5a
;ere!-cr 't'ij.' t i 4had:o Ife t-%su tiwors. lie
V.w' %ievrvatteit i %'t'ti1p luua-i he.sS *iitldac-
Catilutlatedl ojitth':4 eeialtrtakld- fer-
I a it, lit. %%as a ii t iN ',r Pf 'I':iwLt( ut
e2i~letipt-' ie i- 4,411111A.thV taikii life. He
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If NI r. Nllitaae *ieie had, Ibt- f~, 0 t 4 if How's This!.
PIt I* it I 1--n- I'll Ili- :A- 46110-- WV e Aolilr (,) t lie aiii4zte.1 dollars Re-
~lloIii'I :w ;I ti* li* ~tPi4#1 ward l fr aii v 4-w!.- (r ('starrhlitha2t 4211-
t~ i~i li,~ttitt- Ila\, t I n-ot lot, euredi by lall's ( tarria ('ure.

h HI-#ie- f :4101- 14 4-1.i\41.Ve, thll-tiuiders.igie'1, hit ve known
F. J. ( la.*iiev bir telist lft iftueeuyears,
1:1ti~ :t ~-~ vied .,e a I U2I.-u atldbell.. te hin pearfect ly lii moral ole
iito, bl,:idil"-. ev.-rdi. .'-it la- ts I!oitall Iu.-.AiC.'IstFJAtim43ctil)1is an iti~ian-
U I -* 'll 'i IIII .1i I-,IIll,(4. ci rt daily utble to carrI. (lilt ltZ~ Ii 'liga-
11~i d41 i,:.tlji l zt~.Itutit ",aill.tiotiim made by their ftini.
1,4 ;40 ~* .0%et'i' dkIII*,f:1NO tha1t ft tEow'l WXk.> r & T A X, Wholt' Sile 1 raaggiStS,
!.~ I p1,;iI \vi~. il .I~i~it* i~4( WALDElN(, IKI N NA N & MARVIN,
I h:f I I 114!II *j#,ileiif~jlit.~~'iiov-1t [riasegis.t%, rloledob, Ohio.
k I I. I-* I.. ItIt be 1011-11. ~t~e ~Hal 's ( aturrh ( 'tre isa takenin iter-
4II~4*~ ~(it* .*'1*i\ed l to.%fji.. id niialy~, actinlg directly 1)1on11tile blood
~ ~ ~ ~ ~ ~ ~ ~~~n lie)tj 111>;eiieI ,l id toi 14 1IeUsurfaces (4 the system. izttU~' ti i~-e~i er irifI. "r~ive 7-14% loo- tot~o. Sold toy all

i~ t. ~ .:- ~IItli :e~~tttzge"' ctAnother Lyceum Attraction.
tt-. %t~iT ':izilc:. "'withli her p111 ()i. Vtdtit- i"'S vvniniz' April 16,

N1 t:iej- I' I h itlit pia 11 iii 4,111 11,1 fiortiia ltoI't ~t. ill tlopahe~ r before fi lie
~ b~T hi~ it -,~ loet't mo-fvilPl lbtIcl"'e14 undlt ~ler thilt-ausloji.'es of

1-ii if I ie'1t 'l:4 1'! t~ooI.,. 4111t. of ll-Nt e m lrio% i- 2aiiative "f New York
V4i. h o'.,, 11411thi.ii-le .tahi il o 4 11. ltit 'ivt-l l~or -ev'.ijt'een Years ill 4 utli-
I gt,ti of wijthii list 401. 1-t l i'r tIhaoe. I*,t'rii1.
NeiW. lIt-!u4 har sifrom ia (oiii4' 04 tour( Ili Zo ll ilig is ofiooillIa tI iv itit-
I re ou t,4 v~ Itus, I '- i1 1itthl. villf-, -Ala. Di tily:
It i- .S I eI i-''l'Tie great st lee! urt ever delivered
Chornic Bronchitis Cured. i lut!-vilt- wats that iof'Fred Viii.
'h-i r to-ii ve:* rs I 1,ad elir4 rs4 mu Bro N ks at thle 01 era house. It.
:-I' toadl thaatt ttilies I o.oulid Ii"! wK121 )a llltIifioeeit etreart. riikle awl
'...',k ~~'I~Aa ~~ -pe,'''%rite-, Mr. aigaiziitilt-greatl 1omett-hiullirist a&p-
.l.'ti~ 4.*.t~aat,,f N1,iillili'~i 11141i~. ,plamti(t ., anoith ilt- two hours im.tss*Atoky
11tried all r~eiillit"" vav ailal.>, but b leffui'e It \wat realized. His lecture
\%Il tit., _'ucv(t"s. Fort unately muy em- was gFrtlil, hiis (oratory unsu~lrp~assed,
jplover 1'L ,d that I try l"4vy'-'4 hisit djtioitpure his loigic clear and
11,,nzo'v andl Tar. Its eftleet was -jllmost his humoigr irrit-tilile. For twoi hours
iirs'I II., anid I viiii now c'iirti1 (if M r. H1to,&ek.reo'4ited haiis own poemis -
lilit' ~ Q 41it".(Iill% .recommendCi~ation I 1*4W Willi fat IetidrIiess thlat.WaS (t1,110
iityI.4Ive i-q-41 F4elF.1 y's Ilomeyiticye-,tei ihaptits
-tw Tar andr i io al wa% s wtIilsatisfAc j Ii Itd'o.thn ihaaltritl
titt. s,.14 ?elt y kntii-Vlotioi10lo~y L)rtig a I,, Ilhumor that captured the entire
~t~l1P.lit jamilietwe. Tl'lire was Lont a dull sen-*
S. A.Stanley.tencae froin begiiinitig to evid and if
S. Sanley 'llr. rok-4 tvvtr hliaonrs Hunitsville
l gt-ligt-zal'ifi ii S sevt'r.-.. h iJAcol- NIr
it. -. 1 jitIII %i t hI ILidlt I eit & $ta 1it Ivy aIIII lWillIi another (of his iiaiuiitabde enter-
1111vt114m il- ti-h :Ot-%o tie quxetximtiaeits lie will wantitfor room, .lie
Aht- h 114si t" tlittil tile Kier' -'ttre (les-erves thie redit aet-orded himi last
:i ic h oiaratI ie4 *X toe.andii a- ight -"Ible tetjiial of Glovenor B~b
IiI it 140 W .II-I ,)li411 OVer the vaitdit 1--t l.Tlaylor.' He is indetid a poet, an
Sith alri.-k structure allI 1-el ~~l orator, a geniAus.
!'..r I IVVIry -tablel. She Didn't Wear&a Mask.
tl.uis 1:=Als-tm lc~rh~a'4 the cold Rlich- But her beauty was completely hid-
mds.1-iii .tatlle Which lie ill us'e for a den toy s(-rt .r, blotches and pimples till
-3 tlc .she used Bucklen's Arntica Salve. Then
.. tatitley jirtiplises to ha'.ve out. thev vatni-hcd,.4% will all eruptions,
.If ht- e 1,1-1 eleghailt st.till 11-t:41 fever stores, Ukills, ulcers, carhmuncle8



Step kNy step k, .,la is being evolveil
from a townli ililo a vily iandl i- P.illli
ing Inetromplita(n airs.
MStttlAy P..,t n t'er 4( ov -- re-
ceiveil I'nited .St.tlts letter lioxt- foi
all thle w orld like the l.Itter lbeox.- of 1
othe-r ities ar.d they will immun ieiatt-
ly lie pla' led in p -ition iin ldil.-rellt
portions of the tity.
No. 1,. at theft 'eirin-r of uSmitll atl
Magniolia streets, near .Mr. Peter Iin-
gram's ill the Inorit-ei'ii plortioli of the

(ci ty.
No. 2, at th it', -.oarnl Air Line
No. 3, at the t orneur of Nortlh M ag-
nolia anid Noirt'h Third streets.

No. 4, at the iinirthwest .ornlt.r
the public s No. 5, at the smontlw,"t torn'r
the public -jul;irie.
No. i6, 'ornll r oaf I'tro l way al4 .I~, i
Line streels.
No. 7, corner 1of South Fiftli ha
o(iith Lime s reels. west.
No. ,s, (corll'.r i f S.oiim ,th line a
Soulth Ninth str' e -.
N '-. *, corner Sontlil \\h ili(n;l..,
Southl Fifth stre, t-
No. Iti, Souulli T'hirl atil S.uthi t
evola streets. ea.-t.
No. ll, corner Ft King avt-ine :i


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Alvsrez -t reets.
No. 12, soutihea.t co, iter If the puill-
lie square.
No. 13amll 14, in front of 'o, tllie.
Onetit'of the lbox> is for o lher thaii first
elass .matter, si-lit as bun lest., par'k-
aget, etc.l
No. 1, lcor'ner O)'klaw'i:t avenlle
and Winona street.
Not. 1i, has not- yet let e. dI, -tinateel.
The c rri-rs will repo.lrt at tli,. I-t-
otti(e" at 6*:15 *t. in. a n il will In k, I ',rtir
deliveries in i llte tuin i ,-- i.,:;i of
the city ai6l t11 ( 1% l l 1 i 'I l 11 p, r-
tiohi. will Ib,, no,, ~ inlaiy la l'iv'-ry
but the po1.-toalli.' will 1. iq i: t wto
hours at thlie tre't ra li. ve Vy.
Those owning 1loxt- will liave : a'-
tt'-s to il"l-i 4 1 II 'I !.
The ll allit- it ll < :, l 1' tla e 1ot!1
yet kiinoWIal.
The ,boxs s i!l l e ini pil',w' anil tilhe
s)ystelm ilnauurt'.lefl aloumt tI h' l.'tli of
A Valuable Medicine For Coughs and
Colds in Children.
"I have not the slightest hie-itaunly
in recoliinle'l(ing ('hlianilerlain's
S'ough Itemedy top all who arte
suffering fr.m coughs or coldss" -;ys
( 'haw. ,M. 4 'ramer, a well known watch
maker, of C(olombo,, ('eylii. "It has
been omie two year. since the ('ity
Dispensary first called nmy attend iotn
to this valuable niedicin ie, aind I have
repeatedly used it and it has always
been beneficial. It has cured ite
quickly of all iliest coils. It is espte-
cially etliective for children and selldo
takes more than one bottle to cure
them of hoarseness. I have persuaded
many to try this valuable medicine,
and they are all as well jol as d as
myself over the resul s." iF'ir- s.I ,by
Anti-Monaopoly Drug St#ore. Iii

A NMew Firm.
Mr. R. S. Hall has purchas :ill iin-
trtbt in the tusiun-s of ('. A. LiddEon,
both in the livery and stable property.
Ms. Hall is a special lover of line
stock and the new tirm will conduct a
business that will be a credriit to Orala.
Mr. Liddon left a few days ago
for Tennessee where he w ill buy the
finest lot of horses that perhapl.s has
ever been brought to, the city, and a
full line of vehicles and traipliunes to

Clock Golf Tea.
[t a- k'l, -k (.lf co t.ii -t on tl lI In.k-
I'riidty tfternolon givt'li Iy I lh .x-
t+o'lirive '-n)llilllilte' tf I lu it t h, Ill'-
l.a ly ll lli+tii- r 'w"a :t v ,rT !!* llit
tall tilr.
'I lb i: wa i tll fir'- tiinIe li at thi- f:.--
,i' t in' i ga;in<, bi.S- I eva Il:o I 1 -0 in
Sl''al:i. :anil it lar'.vidl \er'r iitl ,-lin,t
:ain l ili j.oyaI'i'.
.,ii .e- Io, ii e i* ti m -lby a;iml lu',iil \
lFordl ltied for the first ail d cteoii
pi i/ze, 2adl Mi.-iEs k-t htir Weather-
lall Mtrta. Jt'wett for thei third.
Thlie ie. w;:a- i vdl (,I' l lttr, Ait h
tihe r-esult tiht Mliss M SiatI y \eWoti tlhe-
lust, 1i, s Firl the Ifspond iti iM!-
\Vtatlilr, the third.
At thlIe o4 i.'11 olIll o, f llc the wtalii' te;a,
alidiw iriht*:- tild t.ake wme' .-rvfdl.
There were a great litany h1:tlit-
lrt!-it, ani l attired inl tha ir light
drses galthi'ed aroulini Ith' lpic'tir-
* -Inl- gilf hiof t-,', \Vithi the llO i itn .tl
i't aityI oaf tht' Lolf lik- a: a ;t -
'atiU l, t lrt 1 lhat

A l UApia i tlli il P di-afe'l, ,laI.-'

Tot Causes NightAlarm.
"I hie thigtht lly hither'- bay :i-
take it with S4iderl', iof (rittendoti, lKy., "it s-t-emntd
it witoldl tramlg- beforee w,, rid L'ol -It
a dli.-tor, -o we gave it Dr. Ki(iug'- Ne.w
I)iseovery, which g.av' iiquick relief f
and lpermanently cured it. \We al-
ways ke-ep it itn the hllouse to piotiet,.'t
our chiilre from croup andl wioo"'l
ing cough. It cured mie of a chr- iiii.
bronchial trouble that ,n other rern-
eiv would relieve.' Infallibleh for'
roughlsi, coids, throat and luimn trouliles.
.4tO' ar1ad1 I. l'Trial ,bottles tree at theI
Aniti-M.onopoly Drul Store.

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e robber p stee I to have'' be i o ull t .._
re Mondy night. 1 T \
P kitchen of Mr. W. 1). i U 1. l 1 .l
iitt'red and devas:att-l. Nat h i iirT
Itft ex,'eplt tlhi,' -to\e a:d i'l ',, DIRE CTO S.

S l:arn'yard of M r. .k tket I,.li i h a, .': v .-r I *.... 3 "
p p.l rtls. -: *v:,
visitted and t he roblber-4s su-'e't-ed
'iirin ir twe-nty-tive of lis favorite
ktl.a. It is believedl that t he
e'lis were funtigated with -ulplmur
,y were rhsti,. high up i, n the. err Burnett,
awdi in this way they wit re pre-
*d from nmakitivn any ni-. erCha
attanooga Druggist's Statement.
elt. J. Miller, proprietor, of ti.' T ialori g.
I House IDrug Store, of ChattanfI. ;-
I'euli., witltes: '"Trtre is 0more .ala, I iorida.
Sill Foley''i Honey and Tar than l Fi -.-"-T Ill,,,atdi I1
y other (couh syup. Thiec'al- I o li. > --tl i 'i.' i-
t multiplly wonderfully a: d w-t'
nmorte orf it than than all ot!ler
h s\ ruips combinedd" SolIl by .
.Monopoly Drug Store. III

e Medical Association at Tampa. : *

ea, to attend their State NtMedi'al .
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Pvemm S eturday 's Daily

Iw O'leck erman a Brillia
The throng of young people th
gathered at the armory last night w
cone of th. largest and most brillia
int, the history of Ocala society. Th
wer.- gathered there to participate
the Lanter german given by the Ni
O'h.I-k German Club.
The armory was very ta-'efully ai
artistically decorated in palmn, vin
and evergreens, and fomnied a ve
pretty background for the hatid-oi
men and beautifully gow,.-l wiIm
a-wmblled there.
The music conAiwted of Pro' I'Pi
pilano; Mr..\'anDenseu,:t -*"*,.t-',
Mr. Itay Alworth, cornet, a:.i ;i
Newtll, of 4orlando, viuoliniAt.
At nine o'cioek the rand *,:-.
Ird y Mr. E. T. Helvenston an I ,i1
l.,utiall 4 ary, wa4s .ewiuti. aftel % 4!i,
the g-ormuan, l"1 b1y .My10ir4. Helve-
%1.., I .I. I li tcli't h and F L. W aV
-, lan% ,1l6 i,-0 e '. tie figures wer
pr.-ttyy tiil well 11 --eutted.
\1,-.- !:,,,;-- Milletr and Ioui
llMrtr- tra,--fully gave out the figure
Mi-- lt-P-ie- lorter and Allie Va
J dain Ipreide.d over th- punch lbow
TIer,- were a large number ,of ii
t.-rstet.d ipsectators lre. wut.
<,iite a number of visiting young
lad ie added interest to the occasion
The following couple- participate
in the tierman :
Mr Helven-ton and Mi-*ss ary.
Mr. and Mrs. E. I.. MInWtosh.
Mr. and Mrs. F. L. Watson.
Mr and Mrs. D S. Woodrow.
Mr. and Mrs. A. H. Birdsey, <
Foreyth, 4;a.
Mr. S. E. Hiller and Mis8 Bessi
Ikenham,. of Havannah, G(a.
Ilr. W. H. Powers and Miss Mar
ltl-e,, of Jackson, Tenn.
Mr.<'. L. Iistrunk ani, Mi-- i it,
Fox, 4of Atlanta. 4a.
Mr. H (4. ELgleton an, Mis- Alie
Mr. '. V. Millerand Mi!Z. Sue Brn-.
Mr. J. H Mathews and MiL- I
Mr J H Taylor and Mi.s lMari
Mr. 0. B. Howwe atil iM-i J,,lnnii
Mr. .i. H. Ford and Mi. EF-tlh
Mr le-. Miller and Mi-s I a 'ttsita
Mr. I. T. Hird.ey atirt li- Emil
Dr Dr. T. K. Slaughter and Mi.
Mona Hiller.
Mr V. L. Scott and M i- Mar;
Mr S Jewett and Miss- Sara Harris
Mr.< H. loy.hvd anidl Mins Viole
This last sGerman of the .ea-on wil
certainly lee remembered with a great
deal of pleasure tcy tio*e who pairti
-"i|etei in it.
A Liberal Offer.
The undersigned will give a fret
stul>le of chamberlain'ss Stomach ant

liver 'ablets to any one wanting a
reliabli remedy for disorders of the
-tomach. biliousness or constipation.
This I- a new remedy and a good one.
Anti-Monopoly Drug Store. inL

Ocala llles Off for Charleston.
M.unday afternoon the Okala Rifles
1,ft for 'harleston to sped a week at
the e-xpsition. "IThey went in a )ri-
vate. ear, which had been quite gaily
,le.oratd with flags. etc.
In their new uniforms, with their
Ilanukts strapped around them. thlie
prIeented a very creditable appear-

The following is a complete list of,
thbw* who went : .Meesr-. Nash. 4 'ra-
ham. Hell, Dunn, Iteardoi. Ballard,
Ior-ey, Martinot, Pinder, l)odson,
l-eavengood, Doish, Dell Moody, ('. ('.
Priet, jr,, Ingram, Iee Miller, Pitt-
man. Briganee. F. Carlton, Sam Proc-
tor. Hayes, Thagard. Spencer. Pillatsi,
Dufly, Lucius. Stromau, S. M. Math-
ew", Henry Sistrunk, Hugh Haley,
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A | 'itln a put i,* oI sd ftro0i
&Ori* ii-,. .,prtiugi to #o)rang.e 'reek I nld-
irin '.g t- lai I utiil next ntmeeting.
"'1ir Ja''kson, of4 Mo).s Bluff, was tio buy two pairs of hand-
(,,o,. S. PrIJ',tor reported that the
!i ; o.r ',oke- ferry wa.- completed
at. I r, .,yV to i,+e lelived. 4 'n1li1is- -
-iiii'-r- IAmag and Luiiusti were ap-
pt i:it. a a 'oiliniittee to in.!pect the
tlcit aitl if founi satisfia'tory, to draw !
a w tirrauit for 7.') to pay for same.
i'le i matter of the ferriage of net-
Mr 8ri'..k-, a fo'rier o)f Marin u
S tii. iy-, bit li4)w living iin 'it rus
co pi,: ,. wa- a aia .i roliught ap fir
di- 'i--..i It w.- agrt-eel that up.oni
the p:t\lintnIt .f he andl his famlilyt
sho i;. t.-e t-ntit!t-le to ,'r cn. free for -,ie
year It wa, al.-o le'iedif-l that peopleI
going o !, 'hur, Ii or Sunday -ihal.
should I have free terriagt,.
Peti'lti'ti f,,r a putitle road from
Irvine to, Fair,-!,l a a.- brought upll
ai'lI it H Irvine appeared with a counter
ltptitilon proipo-.iug a new route. The
whole matter was laid over over until
next meeting.
4 ne ocf T. i Hall'- turpe-tiue iuieu
having. been sentenced to three
timouths in jail for pistol toting, the
ioaotrel agreed tio hire him to Mr. Hall a
at l'. per month.,
Y1. I'. Smith was awarded the in-
tract to, bury paupers at f-3 each.
Th'ie proposition to establish a free
ferry at Orange 4 'reek proved to ibe a
knotty problem and has not yet beet
df<.i~ie<1, l
The 1,oarl ihei'l au ex-eutive Fe-s1io
la-t night and iamed the Oeala .Star
in which to print the dellnoueut tax
li.-t this year.
The ,oardl Iro ,P)sed that if ICitrus
county would pay onue half the e'ust .,"
filt at Stokes' Ferry and half the
-salary of the ferrynian, that the ferry
be made free to citizeln-s of hIoth

Pneumonia is Robbed of Its Terrors
S By F !-y's Honey and Tar. It -"'.
that r i-king cough atnd heals andi
str, it- !ion- the lungs. If taken in
t;'i>, it will prevent any attack of
-"- l,cviruiOuia. Refuse subltitute4. Sic!"
i-y \ nti-Monopoly Drug sto)re. m
At the Churches Sunday.
The regular morning and evening
St-rvies were held in all the churches
Sunday. except the Episeo'pal church.
At the Mlethlodi.t church Rev. Ira
S. Patterson, presiding elder of the
(iainesville district, preached two very
ititeresting sermons.
At the Presbyterian church Rev. R.
H. Morris preached as usual. There
was no choir siuging but very beauti-
ful music wa- rendered tby Mr.s. R. If.
Morris at the organ, Miss Mary Drake,
of Auburn, Ala., )o the violin, and
Mr. Albert E. iGerig, cornet.
At the Raptist church the pastot,
Rev. L. B. Warren, preached in the
morning and evening and the choir
sang -ome very pretty anthems. Three
new vuembers were added to this
church Sunday, vi/: Mrs. Will (Goiu,
Mr. R. UM. Grist and Mr. Baxter Carm.
At the Christian church Rev. ('. K.
Marshall preached two splendid ser-
mons to good cougregatious.
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Prom Tuesday'. Daily.
County Commissioners in Session.
Tne board of county commissioners
met in regular session yesterday with
all members present except Commis-
missioner Wartmann,who came in on
the afternoon train.
(Oliver Fort was appointed inspector
of marks and brands at Moss Bluft.
and S. L. Redding at Shady Grove.
La',riggs was appointed inspector of
cattle driven or shipped from District
No). 4. being that part of the county
ea-t of the Oklawaba river.
4Quite a number of p.-rsoni from
ditll-ie- t t *t,'in&i of the county av
1.,lti :',r re-iate or reidultionu of tax-'..
T:k.x A*.\--i)r Ay-r \\ %- kept busy
adi i- ii,,, the se laitns, grant ng so~i.,
rt-el-i i t, ttlier. 1 ii. i ra-ao)l.? and t-x-
pi an. ii w-er- .iOite sAti ifactrly to)
tile t..:I r.

'aliler'- Buiii-ky-e I" 'i.- intie-iit will As before stated, 1 have on hand a
StheI. ,It .- .t ii a-ue carload of one an(i two-horse mowers,
rakes. sickle grinders and repair-
uces.-. 'pri,'. ,o ent imii o,)ttles, parts, and shall have in the next ten
ubhes 7D reugt- \.ti., Drlg days a car load o)f reapers, biuders,
shredders and every part pertaining
Store I to make harvesting a success.
Remember that the McCormick
That. T .own noodo biuder is the only right hand machine
o .n the market, and should you buy
'The ch-rli tan n-r i- e-ri' -)-!. iyit-- any other, you are !ure to be disap-
,,. poluted.
u-: t.a pr i.w,.t: l- d ey and ,.hallenxie the world to
i 1i:i'e a hi1.o-I't t' a iwn .' )One of meet us in the harvest field. There
S.--..- t... ,, .- i4 the plaiet to 4how what your ma-
Schine-s are ('all and see me and I
i- t-it no tow) i ti-ti' t i-tl .n will give you points that will interest
i. !.verr at-..ui.-! i-- are *tyl. you 'ind ave you money. 'verry
ma hine s1o4)l will lie put up and
f" ui e ti tW'a e\ver ki.'Avwii to' make tei-sted before it is turned over to yoi.
. re- ',r1i, ta liii- I ". F. D. POOSER, Agent.
,.,' : th,. "iiovriti-" teTl, til ,'y w;y l'- ,tlt-w lui
ev.'r k -,,'A !i to) a,'- *ai[ii'i-h ni i 'h. -_
till, it i- rI'Atlt r ai i.I 1 l".'wn trick t,-
la iie a ,j i '. u ii, l.e t !ilttl tt% n park*
vitIi being the. s,-ole :*tii- e o 't ti ....-
i) Tropi'-al ,ui;.

Oca'a Honored.
Dr. H. 4'. Gro,,v,. of thi- tnty, re
ceiveul a te$lei'raTii c:lIiiin hiiii tI
;aines-ville earlier than lhe expec-ted
to iro. Owing to the aisetice of )r.
Fo(rtbes. the pre-si4enit of the Su'l.ay
.S'ihool :A-sso.'iatron. 11r. Groives will
pre-sidle :at thedl.-literationis of the c',i-
vention, a- he- is thle eunior vice-presi-
dent. The other itelegates from'in the
various iiihurches left yesterday after-

A Voice For the Dispensary.
A mian who favors the di-jiensary
law has turned up-Mr.VW. S. Broome,
of fiainesville. He knows why lie
favors it. too, and states his reasons
with logic and force. How woulh it
do, instead of yelling at this nmove-
ment, to think it over a little St.




The Hagerstown Spoke and Bend-

ing Co., of Hagerstown, Md., ar
here for the purpose of buying,
, and all persons who have for
sale any of the above-named
timbers, before disposing of the
same, will do, well to confer
with their agent.

"P A r V t wm -m

Gainesville sun.
Judge Bullock Was There.
Not since he "dressed down" the
gang of narrow-minded fanatics in
this county has Judge Bullock won
the admiration of the people of the
Fifth Junicial Circuit to such an ex-
tent as he did the other day when in
Sumterville lie saved the life of a con-
demned murderer from a mob of
angry citizens and upheld to to the
last the majesty of the- law.
From the reports sent out from
Sumterville and they are o,,rroiborateil
by those who were there at the timie
the people of that pl!a-c hail iimaie up
their miimil to wre-ak vt-igeiite tI upon)1
thiI n,.-ro who hat kill,-.1 (im of th,-
th-t t I"itiZ-lin of *-unliter e 'iniitj .
But Judge Itidli .ek a. t li,-r. anil
he was th,-re i1n-,-ti1g ':4 '!i . jf--ty of ill t.- w 1t ,.iiiZ tr iul(t t He
1li1 not.t ,-rt. wiW i ;i pt i;t" 4 tit- ;aiin ry
l oii. Ht ali 'r-,'i'tf'e l tii,- !'t* 'l tf ttt
the-r, wt'' iii l i 4ii ,!* li,)rk", weight., ill-re t;ik ii-' le i l li he
called upiio th" -tiherift ti( ii. i- diuity
to the tltili -v'e i -i.h it ell-
daige-redl tlhe livt- e of 4t) ,-i't I, rotie't
his ptrltneier. N'-itlii' dtil i- e top
there. He -aw that tihe pri-,ni-r wa.s
furiii-sh-d with a I,, eral dett-rniiiine l men aili toitl -ihtm
what ex e-xp 'tel tof thiii l bf',re
tlia-y wi'-re jplai,-,l ii h:trlge of the

Evenii all thli-e Ir* taiin I,,;- ititI !iot.
-atify ith-jtidig,-. He- t'.v that tih+-re
Wer-- a great tiai. v l eI ru i l i iii ilI- 1
the little viiie a t- \ ti .-r,- t-cHr,' ti,
kill thl pri-ot -r :ti. l .- r, ta :/+ ,t l int
exiri-lmii iu i-;i~ 'r. w.', j!,, i,,+ Intece-wary
A pprt-cial ii ti itri f.-t', ti it .' ,' 4,)
tli r<. ntiiy jtii f'o!!i 1 e 1 min lIti-
W l .illl 1 ,4 tie (ll .l r,;~- i F t r t iie
Ier, l mii pi -r r. h;,* ii ;, !, i' f tiini-
%elf t li i Ith pri-,ii i l ii tl ir t'; it
hi- w o, ti l1 ," :i' i., '. i'ti F-ly It
lliig t loti f it v- l! :, *,,i:t iy ~ti! t
for o iie the i '.--- -. 'i --, :ii l
ita a ireas ii ii t iit i_. I, J v api,
ed rather akw k\v i I.. -. a juile of f
the circiit, Joirl tii it'uill'd ti a
e',i ini,.t -ii eit lr iir irr,-r .r, tut thii
muade uo' dill;reen-c+ to, .,t, Huhii,',k. j
He wa" i,-)nt i .L ;. : \ 4iiling,
alUd it wa. fl I, ili- 11 i n i,*<, firni -
ieS.4 a id I" ii,.t that their
negro') wa. init !yii,.'!. i th, streets
)f Sumtiitervilei in t-rot} niten (lay.

rMany (>qeopl, -iffl'-r iti It tortures
')rom ii pi e!-, i,,-'au-r ,f, the1 popular
uipresion t thatt ti,-y a.iiln'it tre h 'iured.

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An AncientF oe
To health and happiness is Scrofula-
as ugly as ever since time immemorial.
It causes bunches in the neck, dis-
figures the skin. intflaies the emnc,'
membrane, wasto-. the muscle ',m wak-
ens the bones, riedlue. tl.,- p or of
resistance to disease anri the ,ea c.a ity
for recovery, and d..' l 'i -t i t o'11-
"A bunch arp-:ai-r',! t' l'-ft -t' e of
my neck. It caused gre-at pami. .~ s i.:l -.l,
anli became a running ti"rte. I We-it witil a
general desliine. I was epe'r-'ia 't-il t., try
Hood's arsaparilha. aini whl-: I ha I l t i 'r, i
Six bottles my iin k was lhieled, aild I h.i e
never bad any trn'u ie of thli kiti t since."
MRis. K. T. Sev Yn. Try. ()ho.
Hood's Sarsaparilla
and Pills
wri rid vyou .f it, radically and per-
iaauently, as they have rid thousands.


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all the ,
Sl l e iEGULATEST l ,,r, Stcmach and Bo0 s.
I People 'I C-, S r S ,>Pi'fitS the e.

{ Suffer CRES af,.'.',. 3 ',0usiess, ConstipatM.

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lFThe paper "Of' the People, tor the People and by the People."

* "! ~ \\. N\ ()CALA. FLORIDA, FRIDAY. APRIL 11, 190. D()LLAR A YEAR.

ROYAL Baking Powder is indispen-

sable to the preparation of the finest

cake, hot-breads, rolls and muffins.

IIousekeepers are sometimes importuned to buy
otilier ,1,wdcr, because they are cheap."
I ,'u-ckccpers .houild stop and think. If such
p 'w'i'- .'tc I' \crT priced, are they not inferior?
I' it cto llulomy to pull your digestiuii to save
.i t l \ ',, jcnnic-"


Alum is used in some baking powders
and in most of the so-c.alled phosphate pow-
ders. because it i; cheap. .rnd makes a
Sht-aper ppo>wder. .u: is a c(-irros-
ive- p.-isn which. takt-n in f.ood. acts injuri-
uu-lvy upon tihe stomach, liver and kidneys.



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PI'AntI 'it % i":now ,..aie to I e the
t'ht'' d'' ~trawi 4. rra'.
Prfunie-i, oav -aet te itet arti.'le-- of
v,- vk i 1d4at T "lvIit iLss
Tlhie v-itttrs 't tlai- county are giu ig
-4*t. 11to 4 ofe tftie eantlittite's4,, *.(14
wa axi'jtl' atii it downt.-

1'ite' I u,:ttilt-r- 'tf t he Co 'tiif~ t-racy
t ~''it ilt~s ~utly ei~trtaitledt~.s
Tt !+&Y ,f' I leoemti,%i- Nil,.. F~amit- Ie

Mr r i~ a Ni'l-' 11w rIH~ter have
.'~-itee I k1 icc;nitmei 'twutre they will
e.i --mw'e.*'iue vit-iitinilzNiMl-. lle'

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tMr. \\-; ;..-.. f Fort ihite. in-i-
* rl.'l siiwia *' f" iti S1wa 1ci e 1l"' -
i't',. i.,,l* il, y. W aTS ;tl tile 'tV
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Tit.,- f'Ite rit,':ds 'cof 'Mr. \V 0. 1 .4 seit'
'A ~ I n~tltCC le in thiat lhe i-se- far
-' ~~~'' #.CiC, tit tt-c s". ie h relCti o te'edt t-yuttrely

I k .ii ~~kt' t-iite.r!.niit'C4-,tfewi

'nt'' "-'tIt a zre retnzrniinz rhilrne
-4'. 4 IA A I A I-I t rVe U l'i-A r-utc
~ -~--ht '.triiiof iteir~lt-,iss tAi

S. : taut

I tit Ii!-' 4ri .1,el baseball of the
A -e h-."1i11%t= 1 'I y.' y--tei'lay tlvt%%even

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M:- .!il.n lriglii.-and ht er daughter,
!:-- lou.i-e liugli-, who have beeln
-i,.niinn a few day&- at the kcalaI
li. t- I. t 'ti:-il' ',o their homi e at
\la li-',i \V W .if-davy.

M r. A. L,id.thn, of the new iiv
'i 0 ,t l.tlAiidon A& Iompany, left
ilbe Plant Syteim wVedle, .tiy
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Mi's Nellie Hooper returned ho_,4
Sunday from Marietta, Fla., where
she has been teaching school.
While they last I will sell pedigree
Belgian hares. F. W. Bigger, Ocali
Fla. 12-13
The ontinntital hotel at Atlabti
leach, near Pablo.Beach.ts now open
and will catch a greai deal of th
travel nor liward.
The public spirited citizens of lBa
tow have firmned a iuit stock com
pany the purpose tof building
tir-t 'lass hotel.

Robert's Chill Tonic removes It
cause. It courts and prevents chil
and fevers. Pleasant to take. Pric
C2.ts. No cure no pay. Win. Ander
*% L1. t
Mr. arid Mrs. Roibert Taylor an art- at the oecala House. M
T tllor will in all probability arov
his family back to Otcala, as his head
, are here.
('u.-. wounds, burns, sprains an
bruises quickly heal if you appli
lla:rd's Snow L.iLiitueut. Price,
cents and 'wI centts. Anti-Monopol
lD('LZ 5.,-rt rIn

ihe cIounity voumii-sioners coin
pletedl their lai'ors and adjourned yes
ltt-rday )uly routine business wai
transacttd the second day, such as th
p yitr f till., etc.
('et. Stant. Perriu say3. iu a ree
letter thnt lie could not get down t
see us this winter but will surely <1
..) next winter. He is one person ou
people are always glad to see.
texv. J. B. Ley places himself o
record in the Florida Christian Advo
cate as against the dispensary. H
Says: "If we must have murder milli
let the devil stand at the hopper."
J. F. Edwards, owner and proprie
tor of the Ocala House, is looking
after his busiini-s interests in thi
city. He states that Ocala continue
to prosper, and that it is in a goo
business condition.--Gainesville Sun

Mothers eware of those sere


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Mr'. H. H. Whit worth. %Alh,)reecriti Stops the Cot
Itnrc'iIAClt~ie- 'li-r r t p r!YwA
Iii ttoen y. -t,.r !iv. +He -mv- h- ha .:'L.%e
21-miC to work in tciir iest al t.* et 'iir I
soon0 to ha;'' a .it.wtk f-irmt that Mf trrin

lugh and war's-,tlff
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For Stite Sn.a'.ir
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Wh."n hi i"rightful pin<'e fai!s to seek
a man -who, of our.-, eoinra. **
woman-shoul helie go afrer it '- Froni
Miss N.llie Berk's paper "Ev-ry one
a Place."
Mrs. Jak.... nii I Mis.- Kath trinii
Jacksn,)i witho have been speitdi'ig thit
wint-er iu )e0--ila, the- guests of NMr-.
Jack-on'- d(tuLghtt-r. Mrs. Henry Li,-
intZ-ton, Jr., 1--ft TI'-,day afte-rinoi,
for the ir hoinme ini (tIa iiesvillc, 4 ;.
,Mr "*:sinii r I w ,ho it been in 't !;
for the pi4st six ,verk- within Mr- for
a.e < 'iley andi \1.'. Iu i ill-y. i.:*-- .
thru r1( i O 'ilA y,-el.-rl'ty tafrrit ,o'in
from \\ .%ir, whe.-r- h i- h i:- i
vi-itii hiis. gr',v"'. Hi wis r ihi-
way t(o his lhiaite ill Philaile-tiplia.
\VANTIEi -A riil'lle-tig' lite
lady to do gen,-r:il li,,ti- u ,-rk ;tili
take care-of a little girl, at :i moler
lately fair salary. MI-t a kiilnd
and loving disposition anti furniili
references; and if stilted po-itioni will
be p rmanent. For full ,iirtiinhlar-
apply to the Postrma-ter, at tlclr,
Citrus C'o., Fl]. I11 in
The east for the operetta lres-p'nit-I
for the benefit of the fire d-elirtiii-nt
a few niilits inet have se ir"l a r:itt-
of $1.'i<) for the round trip to 0.Ie-alL,
and there is now a probability
the operetta will lbe giveii there.-
Gaintsville Sun.
Mr. John T. Lewis, of Moss Bluff.
is enijoying himself in ('iba. He
writes back that lie finds the soil very
rich and that all kinds of vegetabl-es
grow luxuriantly. The pineapples lie
finds particularly fine. e say- ti;pre
is not a single ease of yellow fever in
Havana. Mr. Lewis is very much
impressed with the future of the is-
Hon. John (. Reardon has returned
from a visit to Jacksoniville andt Talla-
haz-see. He eu-*-weeded in winning his
case before Judie Ie,4ke of the I unitedd
State-s listriet tcoulrt, andl is -tr.niim in
the faith that lie will be -imii' ir!iy -s-
-essful in winning at a~e- Itfore tlhe
state supreme court. He reports that
polities. ar,- biting w'armnilv ii-llus-.edl itn
both cit -..

Mrs. M. '. Colpple hliis adopted the
little uirl, Ruth. daughter -f Mrs S. S..
Biirlingai e, w i- -* -:t!l l.t ath by
pneumonia was recorded l,-' week.
Mrs B'irlingi"me was f.'rmerlv a rf-i-
dent k th ci't andt the tb-autyv her little daughtt-r was thit- ai.irat ion
of her friends.-Newkirk (). T. Rie-

tile CHI WCli oii, t with -t~ I .~rs

.Airiirit',tn CwC'IICi r-hiii'- t,) ea''hiC l~
peet .'Ctatetd an- I territa CiC
'i itet-Ct 'tatC-", allI t t f'.' l tCLi..
!,iCr Qt ud-n t-s cif(ij ;t'r.lrnaiihi r~t. A: lit.C,
-I itda rs I ii .;. a re ts ) he at ( ) x 'I-, I i ;
4 wrinari sch, latrslii ps aro *,)I!#-ie. ; i,
nate-ti by Elp-.i~~rCor Villianiv.

The Rummage Sale
\\ '.i: i he l-I ,n Api ~ril 1-hC :I8Hi
stoire riiwn i: CC tj i .t,41i, ,-(i ot),I K k- -l r
- 111, !!) th- ill \der b!'.'k. rnpx! 'd '~r,.
NIC' vor & NfaeI{'v. XWage tin-ar, 1 I.
t'.ellectilig thle gifts Awl n ilait~v ''!, !1'
artiedes are 4good as new. l~v,'ryt!;l IC,
will lee--old at li. than its Valli..

Foley's tioney and Tar
for chfldrcv safe.sure& No opiatms

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anrd ct>utitt

Men's ai


Spulblican %ews Journal.
d The Ocala Reading ('lub met with
Mr*t. F. A. Teague Tt-uesday afternoon
and listened to a splendid article on tllf prices'
the -cientists. Newton anti HII:r'.",y, Ity
SMrs J. J. (;-rig. Mi-s Minniet
read a delightful arti'ole oti the Jap'-
anese women fromfi the pen of Pierre
SiLots. 'The club then dis .ju-4sl ',urreilt
events. The meeting next week will
le be with Miss E-tlier W\'-athers.
Hon. C. M. Brown, umcni1!e of the
It capital building cniiiii5isiai., ret urnesi T he
o from Tallahassee \Vedntesdlay, where lT he
o lie went to attend a ineeting of the
ir board of commissioners. He reports
splendid progress, and says that when
completed Florida will have a capital W e
building of which she may be justly
proud That the dome will lie espe-
cially magnificent and gilded with
burnished copper, and situated as it
is on the crest of a high hill 'it can be And we
e- seen all over Leon county. ever offer

is Between the ages of fifteen and them foi
forty-five, the time when womanai. Complali
d hood begins andt motherhood ends, it Wear" W
is estimated tiht the a&rregsAte t-- rin
of woman's suffering is ten years. They haw
at One third of the best nart of a wo- tanllcA du



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men's ao)d Ladies' Neckweor
Men's and Ladles' Hosiery

Men's and Ladies' Hats
Ladies' Ready-Ma.d Garments

All Kinds Gents furnishing Goods
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Mave Just Got in

A Car Load of Buggies

are sure they are the Very Best Buggies
ered for the price. We have been selling
r two years and have never had a Sn
nt. They are Beautifully Finished and they
ell. Those who have bought them say so.
re Handy Bow quarter leather top, Icng dis-
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Audrew f 'rarngie fluds it almost a
hard a matter to iget rid of iiis i,,Utl-
mae ,mne men do t, make if.

T1hi- ti an educational giving agt
L.a"t year the l*nefao.tionu tto educa
tLoual Aistitutiou- amounted to $7-,
0Nl il IIMl

1I he zt-'Iakle --f the hie wa.- heard ii
thie faatd during the past year
The oUtlutp of eggs is estimated t
have been t0,o00,0iN.i.J

The Los Angeles Time- says tha
C(alforuia is the "land of promise.
Ours is the thing itself; instead ofr
promise, it is a reality.

Rev. William J. Kenney. of Jack
sonville, has received a cablegram
from Rome appointing him bishop o
the diocese of t. Augustine.

The president has recommended
that the appropriations be made an
preparations inaugurated for the e-
tablishment of diplomatic and cons
lar relations with Cuba.

Andrew Carnegie is building a m :i
ument that will last through the ag -s
In the procemlon o-f philanthropy .t.
his name, like good Ben Adheiu -
will lead all the rest. He is set iti,
an example in the empire of wetlil
that will benefit the whole world

According to some of the write 's in
the Florida Christian Advocate, the
devil favors dispensaries, and la t h8
when he sees Christians lining up on
their side, but when he sees th bar-
room men and the churchmen l inigi
up together, both fighting tlih dis-
Ipeniaiey, do)'t you ku..w lie i- ti'kled
to death "

Editor Toni Appleyard. ,f the Lake
i aty Index, sayt that Editor C arter, of
the Jacksotvill M.-tropolis, is a great-
er -inger than nt- is a writer, ie-a i.
certainly a most delightful writer and
as a delightful siuger also. \ \e have
heard him. We -uggest that the
Methodist ladies invite him t,, take
part in their musical on the 15th.
Governor Jenuings has als6, ac.quirt-d
a reputation as a sweet singer and not
doubt will be pleased to help the la-
die out. The two gentlemen tigcth-
or would certainly Ie a drawinie
' rd.

When the doctor leaves and savs the
caMs- is hopeless, what retun:,s to be
done ? Nothing, if the doctor's word is
tinal. Much, if you will listen to the
statements of men and women who were
once "hopeless
cases taven up by r
editors, and who
were perfectly and
ji:manentlv cured
tIv the UKe'of Dr. i __ *
le-rc's Golden
Medical D[acoverv. -.-_ ,

Nothing is more
smie than that
thoumads of men
and women with
diaased lungs,
outmate coughs.

iatimu and night-
ewevats, have been
raoctd to perfect _
health by the ue
%A the Discov-
rr' Will at cure

It has cured in ,.'
unety-eqght cases
out of every bun-
dred whoe 'it was given a fair and faith-


I-d:tor Frank Harris, of the Ocala Banner
protests against< the use of the word "back
hone applied to Governor Jennings by thi
Jacksonville Metropolis. We differ. Backbone
is a typica: up to-date expression. and a goo<
thing to have And the governor possesses :
suffi.-ency of :t far the performance of his duties
in accordance with the plain terms of the enact
e .l aw He is ce:tainmy endeavoring to comply
with the constitutional requirement that th,
ch.r! magistrate "shall take care that the laws
;*. fath.fu::v executed and that is much morn
Than could have be n said of some :t his prede
ces-.:r- -Pensacola Press
The above reminds u. of a sturdy
which was told us by Mr. Benedict,
o public printer under President C'leve.
To land.
AS Ht, H sil that when he first received
hii- aliiint client an old colored maia
S.aplt.iel to tihim fr a p)Mition.
II Tle- pralitte printer politely told the
apii aiit iii a political setn.w. of
a .ur-ie thatt& a ou,tti a a vaaelly (-)
,'r',*$I, h i wor.ult try andt make roomi
fr hitimi.

S .\Ili'oh, t t hti va,.'ancy ilevtel 'i'-
a 'r,-il the ,old man met him ri-gu-
1la' every day at a 'e-rtain hour
at a '.-rtain place, and made inquiries

,-.. i, erring the appointment, with the
era e. and manner of a ('hestertield.
n :
Ti une pas.eedl o4n, but e-very day the
S ;..r-Ad appli,'ant was regularly pres-
S ," at illw ac'.-tomed trysting place,
wIth th,- inue bland, ,-u ve nii-e.
t li,-r.- eamn- a 4ii y. however, when
S'th -! ire-,t mai turned in his heel a-
a the pul'lic pI-rinter passed along. His
; -i! was ian)i, and his whl e man-
Sher ii*ang-d..
Mr. Bent-,dict wi-nit -4, far to accost
Sthe ,"idl ian, ani he. said
A"I haib not de pleasure otf yiur a,'-
-iu til.tan 'e. '-alh
1 '.hlie-i Mr. BH-ieaiii't reached home
1 ail i ,,ke- in the afternoon papers he
-. ia that hei hail been -1ilerseded
I. I.- awa- u, longer the public printer

America's Noble Women.
- "Th-' -alt of tht. heart hi" ar- th- e woo-
. me if our ltanld.
- \l r- i elanii staur rd'- gift to the
. Lelanil <-tauford I'niversity is the nia
t.le-'rt ,li-iefa'ctioll this country hsat- ever
Sknolwi, a:d t lie gie load woutanl 4t'.- an
S-xantil- f.r her sex for all c't-mona
i tini .,
She gives the t. hole of her fortune
fr the- e uiipmU ent of this .'i .Slit-e i owing 'eeid in good soil
whi, h will spring up and b,-ar fruit as
SlonI as our country and it- lustitu-
tion.s -ndlure.
i .t.ii- money I.e put out at better
i ihteret-.'
Just as an exatiiple. 1Mr Stanford's
gift i- tearing fruit.
.MN. H. B. Plant is trying to get her
stetp-i4oj, Mortrion Plant, to join her in
'ztving thel 'l'a ,af li*y hotel to the
t'atholia' hl hirh for a Jt-uit college.
If -he obltai Is 1. ius-ant, she will
ifoilow rup thegift with an eunlowment
fund -it i l.t m,).*
The hotel as an iuve-tment has
never paid and is annually run at a
i lo-, ,'ut as a college it will be onie of
tth, -Sate's greatest institutions and of
iar-timable benefit to posterity
There are a great many <'atholic
children in South Florida and the gift
Should be a princely and timely one.
l"rs. Plant is a devout ('atholie and
i- anxious to carry out the plau to es-
tatli-h iu Tampa the largest Jesuit
in-titution in this, country.:
We hope she will succeed.
l'' ,,;,. T r. n r' I
Browne is a Candidate.
iHoti. Jefferson B. Browne, one of a
the most distinguished citizens of Key f
West, is an aspirant for railroad corn- f
Smissioiner. The gentleman is well s
Known and universally admired all
over the state, and it will atibrd south t
Florida, and especially Tampa. un- t
Salloyed pleasure to give him a loyal r,
Sand cordial support. y
SIt may not be out of plve for the h
Tribune to mention that Key West
has been signally neglected in the dis t
tribution of state offices. It has never ,
been honored with the nomination of
a u(overnor. Ignited Mtates senator) a


itFrom All Ov-er the State.~

THE 1",E hNI -FN

mnll active oundied and tinreas,-oing prejudice. t
or ,loyality to conviction. It is to |
uch editors we owa the hsteadvy up- (
building ,f the newspaper'. usefulness ,
o the people 'f Florila, and it is to b
lhem we owe the public's increasing t
respect for the Forida press. Every
ear I esteem it more and more an a
onor and a privilege to be a mem- t
er of this association, as I witne si- ,
he fact that each annual meeting re- p
ults in not only more of the fraternal
spirit, but in greater practical bene- a'
s o .. .


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To the shamefully comnnon habit of
accusing the holders of public trusts olf
malicious, vicious motives and erim-
inal accomplishments, sedition and
high treason, could undoubtedly be
proved against some American newS-
paper writers, it anybody had the
time to take the matter before the
proper tribunal. But, nobody has
time. Life is too short and too stren-
uo.s. and "nobody believes what the
papers Liy, anyhow." To this com-
plexion have journalists come through
their )own failure to appreciate the
dignity, the grand responsibility, of
their high calling.-Miss Nellie Beck
before the Florida Press Association.
The dlispensary question is one of
the lives dead issues" that we know
anything about.-(iainesville News.
Hok'er,. of tOala, seems to be in the
lead a a .-andiidlate for Supreme Court
jugt- \\all, of Tampa, has enemies
at haouie who are -4eeking his defeat.
whlie t .,ung, ,of Jacksonville. has
never dt-cla;red himself :t candidate.
though many would vote for him.-
Jackstaville Metropolis.
o.1,.Vh1NoR JKNNN,; P.A'E
With bright '. ies, the thunder of
cannon aild tie hearty go.,od will of
the people. Sz. Augustine weltoinles
tlhe g)ov-r,,)r 4f the State on this, the
aiiUiv\--rary of the lauding if Pontce
dii- I ...n. As Alderman .'Corbett re-
marl .1 in the council meeting last
tiiiit, i,)vernor Jennings oe'vupie? ;it
warii place iu the hearts of the ipe,-
pie of St. Johns countyy His ad iini-.
traniti, thus far has justifild the tIII-
wavtring support given by the delJ-.
gate- fri)m this county to his cai-di
dary.y-St. Augustine Record.
: \\.< R l'0i S T I'HE PACE.
\\at-h T'ayl.or county. Thli r hall
be our whar who.ip until we see ev-
ery farmer independent, all our avail-
able lands in cultivation, and our town
a ,ity *econd to none. We have the
natural resources and with transporta-
tio)i facilities will soon blossom as the I
rose. \\ atch old Taylor. Perry Her-

Mai. G. P. 1-eeley. ~i o tati' f~ir fame.
is down at Tampa Li .-tir win'-i andl
Dined, and the envia u-4 litiiiiauans are
'all wonilering -wlhWt' up" 'now?
Peter 0 Kniirht, -int- (it the kinic he's
()f Tampa, -'tawal-s in wi tli the major.
and that I-, unt,, thing tthat tr an hl". the
small fry pka. hin tsr- -Javk-' oivIie

ln '1-ol, Fl aruili li, 0 "K in ufac-
f tur ii, e.tatl ili x- 'uin t -w I: hit-' figure -)f
,,i.~.a ~'-'res-ii.-fied Ea4I i 1fj i flra-"'

4)fapvtrtomut, :I idr.-u.i-nui i-al thaw,-e

'\I' A in i *.t I olrv U \:

Nohintiig (-wiiedI,# t' rt- jiri~ioij- t~i
the fuiture. w.-Ifure i:t*thai- I ity than
the filtn vice- wlaahihti l j'revailedh
thji.,Iwinte-r, Puf-oald,- iw Lt !,..k for
wi41tter L : i t- i ia TI,* !-I! U-e I

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Thi- e v ata ry if ,Li,-' AhIi -ainita Il-
a:--mOeizati,Ii set-ml- to) i' juttert-ite(i in
I rain,4eitiat g th, -pullki-her-4 1-f thut-tate
agyajiait frnstiI- 'tii' i inI-r"' an'1lhe
has iioiulliit-fit ~ a Lill!atil' in'. tile
tiauIul-' of r ai. ad vert-Ii-i 114
ago-iits and -*,hi-r- x f La' hTI ow Pay

Luutif il11:V *1111v dat 4'1' laiv !" .11 i a -

Liii v- i' HilC\ i wh- 11.- P 14 f- i

and~ rai-'' -li-eu' \Mr H, an'.has
lived muribii \ nia~iin i-i ftt#-ri
part- a .ftle P ~id i 'thlw.'to

;raves !s f'iaedItAIit "neiw pipt-r
iAa piaaii'riit-i.L fir tlii-i'- r.
ttuij r.ti.I* ka. ( i v I I -a''4 'UIourt!- i
t-ezealet f. 'lA'::itrla t thtefletct
that. *t~ert-art tIrt-!iiiv s#7' ru ti ew";-
paper gray.-- u At~!ai. '-TaIit- I-
hasAsee 4'ajitaia.

C,ugret-szuiau 'park man ;L! rryinuto
get an apjaropriati !! for a 1.uhl ji'

wia that 4 tht1idiinuk Mr. Spark-
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In making a newspaper man of
John M. Caldweil a tirst-,'lass tloriost
was I-piled The artistic collectionn of
bouquet, which he prepared for the
last issue of the Jasper News for di,- -
tribution among members of the Fl,)r-
ida Press Association is proof of the
a.--.ertiou -St Augustine Record.
Evervoie in Dade county kuows
that Thomas J. Peters is the largest
individual grower of tomatoes in the
state. probably in the world, as Dade
county is the greatest tomato growing
section in the United States, and the
United States leads the world. Viit-
'rs journey twenty miles or more be-
low Miami tio view the wonderful
sight-- -'4 acres i)f Itomatoes in a sin-
gle field. -West Palm Beach Tropical

Prizes to the Florida Editors.
The committee appointed by the
Florida Press Association to award
:he prizes oltered by the Floridaa
[imes-I 'nion and ('itizen for the best
articles written by members of the as- ,
uociation and published in their An- |
iual Buil-tin, issued in t'ensacola at
he close of their session lat Saturday,
Las completed i[s work and made its
-eport to the secretary. I'he cou-m
nittee wa. composed of Judge [Lucius
. Rteves, C'ircuit Judge of that ils -
riet: Prof. Harry E G;raham, princi- .
'al of the city public school; and M
'harles A. C'hoate, editor of the Pen-
acola Daily Newi. The committee,
y a unanimous vote. awarded the 'I
prizes as follows: e
For the best editorial leader, $1,;
warded to Prof. Tom A. McBeath of
lihe Florida School Exponent, Jack-
onville, for his editorial, Florida
'ress Association.
For the best local news report, $1;);
warded to Thomas J. Appleyard of

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the hwu-uaae- -ft0:,i. a
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-iti'.in 4 i F4.riila r~itiir'a41' during the

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Women and Jewels.

Ltl. 111t'i a wouai*- prefereinvt-. I
It-Twt!- f-r.1a1 14 lu.iz!44't If Tuighty 10OW-
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a Sea etfa Pea Pl turi of Mr. Flag-
lr's Meme at Palm Bea*c.

The New York Herald bha had a
ww'eiael aoretpondent in Florida this
aiater, and a goWd muauy of its pages
bave bee-n devoted to descriptions of
the re.oaurewm, developments and
wonde-rful IpowibUities of our state.
ln tihe -mater edition two pages
w-re el-vel to a deesrilption of "White-
hall." Mr. Flagler's palatial home at
Pallu S14.h.
I. lt-vIliI that this description will
I.- of atile-r'-t to our feminine readers
we masak- tie ltfalwing extracts:
More- .,,derful than any palace itn
I urope.. graudrr and more magniti
li Ilt Iiau any other private dwelling'
Ii. ti. w,,rid, I -W hatr'ie all, the i; i
Ite i-e Hteary I Fia.g>r hias built in
tihe- lail, of Fl'I .*tr ftor his l rid.-
1 t1:e \At i I..* f --, t- le *. tlpa rri -,
1i*"- o1ll -almal Ih-e ar:; -t.ojt- irAlI let#
S.... Itse h iontrilhuted mome of "h;ie
a-i .-. .t I r-a-ure-s to de-ck this mar-
.i., a- -ti u tur- It is 1l nature's
Var-lei -pot, tu thie bauks ,tf Lake
W\eortt.s t Pali HBeach, Fla. *Pilgrims
a ill. i-t-tic fancy will find in White-
iliati I.autim that are grouped no-
i u-ere *-l e- uon earth. To go from room
to ia to go from century to cen-
tury. frtom ,one period of art to an-
oth*-r The golden fairies have no
thought tof e'smt in thi-, their most ex-
,un-ite creation.
It I- to turn tack the pages of time
to tui-it Whitehall. Fitting tio the
Ipla~- and the amiziatinsm. tlie archi-
toture r that tof Splain. but its ex-
t.'r -or (ive it1 suggestitoim of its glories
*.i ltet-oralrtian atld ornatleita-
I. 1i antitI i- wi-ithin the walls, and
i,..t t ,it-cte. lthl, artist will fiad the
Slornsm- Ali" -S will hIa l himi captive.
lit e-'.-ry d-tail iu tihs palace the
ork hi- ItenP i thiornough that lie
I) -sitp. itl would be led to believe
the -Iructure. w- ieuilt a hundred or
aiu.r years age instead tof betiug a pro-
dlu-it .f the p-re.iait day. just released
fr,,amH tile tuil-er's liands. Men have
I*ai w working day and niacht for a year
tie tllma country, and in Italy anid
-nraine, tuakint and collecting tlie
,*Ir*rsaton. and now their work 1-
.-i.t.eI t ItI Hie iroupimii of cm'uliture,
iacprtry. rugs, antique furniture,
*va mb ',. iruaae. and panels there is
utdthiga ia the world tolgeual WVhitt-
ball When the dtia-rs are opened to
fguest- Mr. FIlagler an thid her friends
welie*.-me to a home which ian point of
grandeur .lUuhn or princes. never
A- its' Bie r iieEls(et-, W hiatehall is a
pala.I ,f white. A- You approach tlhe
I a*d iirt1ke te-ps which lead to the
e.!..inetadle the lini- ofe white are
t-erkeni hy (lie -e eltmnut palms aindl
the- ramael- tr,.-- an front. IOnce withlini
thit- riet',te- gril! doo*r- lite fa ciit -
of the- treat. tieegin to uitifee* The"l'
hall i-.f marble. It is l1 f-et Io-le
atl, 4', feet meet-large en'mau a-

w.-I.toote ,anabal Itslf a rea-Wuiat-iit If .
fti'.litt i- toete'l yft-t tAmlthe.a
of.da-mvm Air e-i te-r u~ti *n hmat'hwe
-.rut Ism- aa -m mtvs- rvler*e'eema i ng Iita-
r- wimteo 'abfIKtieS'-'lur(. 'am",'

luab@"Is t oiel"- t%[If% .aImIII( ia, eaa 11e, t Iet

i ler of the guests. and in the chaml.t-r-
iof the Iost and hlate---. That White.-
hall is to bie Lv 4ith ,o',ilpjmnly i-
-liown by the f;act that there are %ix-
teetl gue-t hamler-" Nearly all of
tht--e room- are in a ,t\!- :tti Ile-ign
-eparate. and di.ltinvt, and re.,r.-sewnt-

eS tMe a ll n i, t thte -4:1. -tu.i their i ng aIll. o"'h in the w1ri', hi-to ry
,*.-ii>it aii.1 tht-re arte iatitl. rtep. Italy. France. Spaint E iih-, il,. the
tr.-etituIt I.r e,.- rity and lil al i- Orient and our l.wnI .'l'ouial rmuaii.ionts
neW Int tai.iet are life-si/ed .tatue.- have been studli ml to ieet t (ihe re-
ese-. 'wie*tue. |petlsive and marine, iquirenients iu >lrder to carry out this
slrie ssiateen martle 'colutius at the idea.
Vnd of thu. hall audn at the approach of AA rih brouwzt Iaslu-tra'ie overbmks-
ttit grand .tairea-*e aid to the impom- the parole, and the pirine:-

I tequeath to my children Scroful-a with all its
att-rdant horrors, humiliation and suffering. This is a
strange legacy to leave to posterity ; a heavy burden to
PiAr upon the shoulders of the young.
This treacherous disease dwarfs the body and hinders
the growth and development of the faculties, and the
child botu of blood poion. or scrofula tainted parentage,
is Nrtlv equipped for life's duties.
Stouial is a disease with numerous and varied
vauptnuas; enlarged glands or tumors about the neck
and aimpits. catarrh of the head. weak eves and dreadful

ing grandeur of the whole. Panels of
rare Aubu)uon tapestry are hung at
either end of this hall, representing
faith, family, patriotism and human-
ity. One of.of the glorie4 of this hall
im a Kirmanshah rug, Qoft in color and
of Persian design. It is forty-two feet
long by twenty-seven feet wide, the
largest of itM kind ever made.
Many of the chairs and important
pieces of furniture are richly carved in
Louis XIV design, covered with tapes-
tries and silk velvet. The clock is a
masterpiece in bronze, standing nine
feet high. It represents Time riding
the world in a cloud. The top is sur-
mounted by rays of the sun, and we-
lo A the bronize is made to show the
fruits of the earth.
Il an lt opl,.ite corner is :ti antique#
VFl rentine ches4, with a decorated
panel representing the matrri:age- of
Rc.c4ameio. Windows in the hall are
dialed in Spanish tape-.try of green,
an1d tle plrtier,6s are plain green vel-
itour with antique cloth of gold appl'-
queld borders. Four slender pyranmidi
'trees, ten teet high., -tand nlear th-
window, to, co4 mpllete tile o'porr
On th left of thie hall is the library.
which i-. of the Italian itevnai-antl'ice
period. 'The wall. are huinr in ri,-h
Spanish tapestry in two -hadlt- of red.
and t'ie lortieres are of red velvet.
The windows are huitig with Aralia-n
lacei, and over the iamlitel i- a large
oil painting of Mr. Flagler.
Aiibus-ktn tape-try furniture. carve-d
walnut chairs and a ric-ily carved
Table, with Savonnerie rug iin rihi
tonts of rtd and lp lrer in gold, rare
tooks and paintings complete the fur-
ni-hings of the library. One of its
pieces is an hold painting represent jng
the landing of Ponce d," Lteo1 i iin
As the music rowan is linug w iti, tine
painting-, it is actually an art gallery
as well and is designed after thie Loui-,
XIV period size th';x"4 fre-t T'ii-
room a l-o has a downed ceillni,. treated
with a decorative cai vas panel of the
aurora. which is ligeted at i.iglit by
in vi-ihle electric bulbs.
The pipe organ is one of the largest
ever placed in a private house in tlii-
country. Every detail of color and
design employed in ttie decorati.>n of
the room i.- carried out in the organl
case. A handsome piano with ouc-lier
panels. goeW- to nT-ike up a complete
music room.
For grandeur the ball roomn hias f.-w
equals anywhere, smIut is characteri-tic-
Sof the perfect type found in tihe time
I of I oUis XV. It.- *Iimension,* are
91x.7 feet. In color treatment it i's
white and golt, and the whole ettect
is soft in tone.-
Itemarkable as Mr. Flai e'- itai~e-e
is it- i., artistic magninti-ence of -ali. ,n
I allroom, liLrary, mu-i- r.oom, i:r:tlI
hall and dining raormy it- greate-t
i harmn to tlie art lover will ie founil in
t! + mnultitudei of 'ti |-- alimt I ti.h weaillti
,,' -letailed decoratioti- in tithe cihan.

A april lith l I'irii-lit w '.,i it lary
weath- er f-r *;,it I
<'r pi in ti % l< ;lits "r.- -I..w but
gra- i tl-u'itiful
.Mr%. At ie a-tra-- le-ft Friday for Lake
City, where -hlie wll -pel a fe-w lays
with hIer -ilt-'r.
Misse" 'ora anil Franikiet' Itoms left
Saturday for 'airn,--ville, where tlihey
will attelin an eight-weeks 'school.
Mr. I.e-loy Fort. of Dunnellon, was
seen int our burg Sunday.
Rev. RIape delivered tine "ermons at
4 'edar .rove Saturday and Sunday.
The new ferry le,,it for Stoke's ferry
has been tini-ihed, and it looks -(. K.,
MesrV. Williiam Rr oks and John
Btras., n:mate a bii-iines- trili to i0,als
The bail given ley Mr. N. (i. Deas,
Friday night, was a -t' It was
short but sweet.
Best wislie. to the Riluner and its
editor. JAt K.

pal decorations, as one descends to the
hall, are some rare silk rugs hanging
over the balustrade. A Byzantine
antique fount stands on the first land-
ing, filled with growing ferns.
In passing from one roamm to another
there is nothing to jar one's sense of
taste in the color schemes of adjoining
rooms. The fireplaces, andiions, locks
anlid fixtures for lighting have- all been
carefully designed to bep in keeping
with the various rooms they are in-
tended for.
Old Soldier's Experience.
M. M. Austin, a civil war veteran., of
Witinchelster. Ial,., w rites, "My wife
wa- sick a long timn, iin -pite tof good
doctors' treatment, but was wholly
(-ur-ed y lDr. King'- New Life P'ils.,
which worket-i wonders fo,r her health.
They always i!o." Try llie-m.4 inly
t2at at tie Ani-Mionopoly d rugg
ttore'. ;
IT' !. t- !.t r t .;' < i t. tn ''
The nmarriagi- ,lell- :lnLr tiout ait Fel-
lowhip. .%Mr. Thimitas F. M. nl aand
M-- Bianetta .ar.-o we-re unimiel in tlhe
bonds of ini'tr'iiminy at Fellow-hip
l'aipti-t 0'huii'.-h on, April .midl. at 7 ;.:
p. ni.. in th-e pre-.n.-e of a large- as-
.iiemblin-ae oft frieti l- aitd relatives.
t ihe chur'-h wit- iautilifully decorated
with ptiin-, fern- anil ro.s-s bty loving
'frieirlI of tlie lr arti-ti-i -kill. At thie proper time the
'-teet f-tirail- *I .Mel.ilel-le n'S wea-l-
tdtiii iniith wer,- pl yedl tby .1Mi.s laud
M,,-,-r. .M.--r Jalii.mi ail Joe Hudg-
0"h- ;''tel i. iima lier-. lThe tride-" unaiu ,
.rwe.eMi-s Je--ie < *irter and .Mi s Lela
Brown, dre-edl ill exluis.ite gowns of
white and ,carrying ibouquets of white
carnations. The gra iomisen were
Me.s.1-. E.-. Wettltiers anid Prather
Mainn. dre.-ed in becoming ilick.
. Tie Ibride andl groirn following hailed
uiindler a large e11 nliade olf roses,where
the imliireo--ive ceremonliiy was per-
formed iy tin l-v. 11. (. Martin.
1 The iridle ri's--t in white or-
galudie. triiimn-nit iin -ilk ril bolt,i car-
rying a lal-gh ti'u'tl o'f r'iuial roses.
I Thle gri wl W:- di'es-l ill convential
After the liieii<'-tion 'iite a numn-
Sher ,of the friends ain re-latives re-
I paired to tie limoue of the hi idea's pa-
i rents, Mr. anud Mi". u. W. .Mills.
.After re, ,ivinug ongratulatioins the
guests were inviit'd ill the dining
it ,,il to partak-e of dainty refresh-
NlMi s Bare.o i- onie of Fellowship's
favorite young lad:ie- and is admired
fomr her mniAmy lovely traits of charac-
ter. Mt Mann is. it young man of
sterling .iuailities. May they live a
long, useful anli ihippty lifv- and the
darke-t hour- of tuir lite be well-
ligited wittli thi "-i'n-tiine of content-
miienit. ( \i Ii' EAN.

C'ut tI.i- o,,: ,um i ttake it t0 the Alli-
MiMnpoily rt um S',r ail get a free
aniilmle .."4 ta haati-mla'mrli', tomiach
atil I .iver !Tri '-,-. tle iae-t 1it3-i<'
l ti ,Ic,-' l i,'-' ,t' ,a t ai'. lvei'l e, tlie -tmo in -
a ,'i, mili|' ".e the a;if| -tt!e a"il r.+g ihltat.
tim,- i,.w,.-. I*-', u!itr -a,--. -' e' 't-. pjer

Gacter News.

rI->,. ili si i tit-other.

For State Senator.
I he-re.,y aiilijounci e that I will tie a
atnitlitate for Itate s- etiator in this
dii-tri, L be-fore t i next deitno rali-
Irinmauri.-- W J. ('IA M1-:R:--

A Good Business Opening.
I tin going to retire from the s,.ed
business and oiler my store furniture,
mailing list and lease on trial ground
with crop thereon, at a great bargain
to anyone wishing to engage in the
seed business; no old stock of seeds
otfered. J. B. St'loN. Seedsman.
."7 m
The ladies oif the Fort McC oy Bap.
tist church will give on Friday night,
April 1Sih, at the residence of Mr. and
Mrs. H. C. Martin, an ice cream and
strawberry supper. A good time i-
anticipated. Everybody cordially in-
A Card of Thanks.
I an..; pea to t mm-S- ,. --

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Messr. John Neal and Henry Swin-
die, of Anthony, were Sunday visitors
We wonder where a certain young
man was, as he was not at Sunday
school Sunday.
Say, "Jack," tlid out more about
that chalk and coal that you d1iscov-
ered the other day. Wouldn't it he
tine to have a "'-halkery in Fluridy" .'
We have not been bothered with
those terrible candidates yet, but don't
know how soon. We wish some would
conie around, for we are badly be-
There wa! a young man went "dear"
hunting Suunlday, and took "Cupiil'
arrow," but we don't know hi- ,uie-
ce-'., though (' ipial', arrows are hi-
way- fatal.
low about the young main that
wellt to see- his hi- girl Sunday ni ait
anid got related .' .i IE

Orange Lake.
P'inic ea-olihia- .,irne again. 'uTere
wa- quite a large picnic at the lake
last Friday frm.inie ledick.
Mrs. uAi HBurry and sister, Mis-
Ali ce Vancidil, of tthis tpla'-e, have leeli
ou a vi-it this week to their mother,
near -Flemmtiiton.
.NMr. (. 4'. \.its is attending the
( ni'on Sumieity Sehool convention at
<;ainesvile tthii- week a4 a delelgate
from wni Siunday -cliool. .iss liAlby
Wli is going to (iiove Park today
ton i it. t o relatives.
-, Joy Harper, who li ha- added o
.*'1 .1h to tlie entertainment of the
young folks during her visit here,
leaves today t,, visit friends in Oeala.
after which she will return to her
home in Rome, &a.
There was quite a nice tishfry at the
lake last 'uesday, consisting of a small
party of friends of this place joined by
quite a number of visitors from Irvine
and Fort Drain. The tih being de-
lightfully cooked were freely partaken
of by all. It was a perfect day for
rowing and other picnic sports, and
was thoroughly enjoyed. The party
dispersed, promising to, return again
soon. ( '. L. {'.

Spring Park.
Mr. Clhris Twombly, who hlas been
to ('laremout, Fla., for the past three
monliths, where he had a c',,tr it at
painting, returnedto yesterday to the
Mr. Chase. E. French lias taken
down his earjpnter shop and is going
to erect It on a lot nearer to his home,
where it a- more convenIent for him.
Splndid weather for farmers ; they
are busy plowing ,.rn, peanuts and
velvet beans.
Mrs. ('. s<, ott, of Jacksonvills. is
vi-iting Mrs. HI. Y. Strunk at Spring
Mr. lol.ert Ambrors, a yount man
from Tritmpa. was in the Park Suiiieay
,,iaa i to Inrienls. He wVas a shlier
in thlie lat.e war with iSpaini, inl had
t, -aii ,empl oyel' .t Iret-ly with a wiol,.
-:ile grP .-ry e-.t:ttli-l'lin-mir iua T':eiapa.
i.- lefti Smiim lay uii ht for All aitus, t, ..,
wli-ere. ha- i:l i,, i thite grocery hii i.


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I-t4-4-tif' it a uto44'4t'& itlieu teeo e i~ehelde4)n
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Fe'llimw-shiil':Electtra amid Liudale for
tile' psurpose o'ffe'reating special LAX
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&mt'i fix~l$ ingthi-rate ifttiail-age.
Tift !uj'et'lutetudrt't was instructed
to)It tinke the jroeper adv'ertisemnaits
:jtfiel jrt-paret lec'esary tickets and ar-
ralng'Clet'llim for helelin iglie electtiifii.
An election was Called th I* hbelt! At
itelieview oil Saturday, May 3, 110):,

ti 1 i lt-ll

IDeep Mystery.


uver 2:,, 0ti f len, while (lie total of
Ilritishli asnalitie-t, ineltieling tile sur-
vivinig wuilti|l, ll ilibU|rft ]0I0,701,
mfie alid ,.'.24,1 othfle'er. Thi? ik a tre-
inlell.it4i sfT'rili'e to IIlake in illood
and treasimre, and the contest im not
**iltlii .



Oil for the


Give them oil-cod-liver oil.

W'0 ita-lt- kill the' t lip% agreed to go thle next
I,-,' (tielt' I N izlt h it lif're fillt ftip t'iiltl ti id Ithet"

~ tide" 'ift liviaiie ii' l ilt.!lsfI lvi r a li

I ihief, a. (e)"
gift- fIii.i at fi t t i.w~ le

set qIi tt t t I iA Iv 4)d e i t t-1a i Diiw ,r I I"I4lit

.1 1liltiii.It ih : fa l 14j-iSu4lt n i, h ul~ot- f ofi

-Ilti t i rd1tr4,I (I i"l ''u.'i = -ti tel tli-A. t lief
11 1 off.1 1411 i'! kle 'I t t a i -ti .i fi' t-ii ,'f. l
iy ~ ~ ~ I atil I'lat-411fi-of 11 1' iat ti-,k e'nlit 1,4$Wt41'

I 4 .f--I s~'da1 %% 11imi i-i t !,I~fi.a I I lt'%%k '1 111'

I't~-- an t' -zej'nr' (t',-w it." f iee.lI. lIe ttaieu

*~f I et I''i v 4!1- 1 'ul it lI lt,' I ol Iff)%% fie'

Ii ls l- qsI tve s" 6."'2 e'l it r 'fith I. l'I-'iae' ht'f lk
k ~' aftl *I- 'IDi ~ Ii III. -114' :4,t'1i1IhlfIfijfi

f~i~- P i r.ff tirie" tI o,- l i- ctt -IrAt i eel iiii'io th at it
It s I' .%' ha? tip t I k lit-' at h''r a i toti tffl i '-echief j. ia
I .ve'I1144.=I ft TI it- iIt t2y t- (fi', 4 ifane4 l hfc' -iftile~r
r- fit 4ife I ia rifl a 1141 ti'i It,:iq:e te4z't d 21rtt t
y. jd fit I I i ,aes t.'I 1,- iet retfi'jf t I ett lealia t In hat

lif '1 itf'e I i'iu ltt, I'v .11 n-ktzi A te I )sat vlla aI d

f'dit ltI It':itliti., 41,1iY'-it' Iafit mirte -tr 44'U a t th

liii? '. (f- ( hi l e t i tel lift!. -k. e'rat l- on lie.4
tI'1 I ~e K .' I I, I iIt i t 4 til~ t- 117teui

~ !'eIf~, I t- he1 -. nl''a- ltit l t itg
V ~ ~ ~ 1 S.' e' n oe A i 4%t Iill"lit te eitiav

ef~'ut t[ Ia th- 4''ar I --:~ fre ifil,' e a lit

ltr- 'ue it i.Ua~'-c ll e'e in W i.'to
L : "~T -t'. i" -3Il ke ilt.l iti-.-trk ii I, thll to l IIi fI ,ea w f

je..' 1it ii- WA c'ijlte- ls.i'm -I F'i"'tbege

titf Wh- III Pm-4uit I ;1e t iIAHN4Mii Iti

aatlt-v -id lt decree'
Special Mast( r i! Clih'uiCt iv.
JE:- E' C. MII.T.l-R.
Complainants suittor. I ;


virtue ot a final decree tendertd .,v thi If'in.
W S Bullock. judges of the Ciicuit Couirt tot the
Fifth Judicial Circuit of Florida. tr .Martan
county, in chancery. ,n the 22ndl day of January,
A. D. ~,o2. in a certain cause their in pt-nding
wherein Z. C. 'hAMBI.I.S trustee. is-t-,nplain
ING COMPANY and ADAM B. R(< are dte-
fendants. I. the under signed special miastr in
chancery. appointed to execute thet tfina: itcrt e.
will on
Afondar, lit 7 ,iav .4 Api, A. 4. D .
between the hours o; ii o'clock a. in., and
o'clock p. mn .in front of the ,south di.,or f tlth,
court house in Ocala. Marion county, .i orItla. at
public auction offer and sell to the highitet aidl
be1t bidder for cash the following descrieted
mortgaged premises to wit: B:,,cks nuniltered
Iso. 129. 149. 14S. 12". 127., 12, antl :4*, c,>oit:iniing
240 lots according to the plat of the Wer-t Fnd of
the City of Ocala. Marit n county, Florida. as
made iby J k. Moorhea,! or so mitch thereof a-
may be necessary to %ati-fv said final idic'ree andt
costs f. suit CARLO().' L SIS'TR'NK,
,special Master in ;Chan.erv.
Anderson & Hlocker, S .>l'rs for Conzpl t 1-31




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.' Irag.cdy ol the Indian War of 1835 Near Ocala. "

Swittfoot's Terrible Revenge.

Ih --D i'l y- ... .. .,P- -c-. ,,
', ,, *, tt. (.KaLa Daily Btanner by Prince Dharnamond.

A pet:itoibj wam prttesented to the
board ask iug said board to estabishl&a
nlew .41E'mllaIt t ItviliC, Itile titizenoflio
Irvine jmiedgiiag o'St- hundred udollarst
toi awi~si't if] ltjid jug a la(iUne.
Th'le -uperintendent was instructed
t.Ilotif3' the jirtti-011t4 that if' they had
a f'cflicient nuniunhlr of chaildejrn 1and
were three iuilem frepini tile neitret'
.44'lim-1lhi the 'cetitily tlitt the beard

'RIte'll*-w1rhitienleint wa.. alito &A~ked

to go in II(l-ift'it-hibli~rliooft alderuaiike a
rellot tif'teilt-he ineurd 11%to thle necessity

Alilappi. fat i-in ,wa-. in f(ionithe
14-thtlic'o'un tewle'eil :e'i-kii&.rfir :v--ist-

Thiet t%%;-ka Asi:, :i-el tr 't'itil
'thjle-.t iisfl ti tiii e(if Ith e limartien

M Ici- F' ItW'iitej-iIo I ~ Iit' 611e'tile
fn o f IAr 111Ot --? I."i, iaW Ii I Ig ta!II 4. thirl

tiit t atale htIii-elre wsid jvt eti*

qltt'*taid jit'tilflul it %%asfiaund that thle
ptelition11 'iftioi t e t voli t m#e i!I-' 1 iorth iof

tliit- oi eeule.l l ifi'd i''e'tjotile

liid cilt 'e' -:ih.&!' r i t it-.' .~ a'leta
The trs etasurer'stt. rt-1411%a,ftf'ttV.'if

j'1 4'I st v -ih;fflfrt it l ilet i*'iitheii' r.

Good for Rheumatism.
List fall I w'i'4 tak-o-i with a very

lift V.11t i t. After 131ta)ig .t'vt-'rAl lire-
S41ripjli-.i and ficirheie hialiv cuit i s, I de-
cioie I t oo tel u If''h~t ndwr a ifij's P: i i i alnii
1w.'laaeI it had eoen ael4'ertiste,'eiill tle
Smizth iJeirs-*3'tlft'i A ('r twt4o alol.
t iltins Air thiis Hl,-mtedy~. I wtas itnacl
IettI-r, amil after using onle bottle, was
41ff it.leti'1y cu red "-a11it-'iie H rris, S-A
1"lm, 1N. .1. hy aI. iv nt i-Monfopoly

Cost of the Boer War.
W~hien tilt- first call for money find
melfl) Was mai~iel.' in Er-, Ine1 with which
to jlorosti'tetil (e Bf)'r wAr in 1S99, the
stim of $,MIIN was 4amked for, and
it was blelit'vedi ltil te litid jinlgoes
that thei~ult uto 1I'eje1tlidie'-4 eouldt be ex-

Sftkigr the cecin 1Ue-'-t ill t ole ~ e-.Iyal


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It's curious to see the result.
Give it to the peevish, fret-

ful child, and he laughs. Give

it to the pale, anemic child.
and his face becomes rosy and

full of health. Take a flat-

chested child, or a child that

has stopped growing, give him

the oil, and he will grow big
and strong like the rest.
This is not a newv scheme.

It has been d(lne for ycar .
Of course you must ue the

right oil. Scott's Eimiulsin

is the one.
Scott's Emutlion neither

looks nor tastes like oil because

we are so careful in making it
pleasant to take.
Send for free sample.
SCOTT & LOWNF, Chemists, 4" Pearl St., N. Y.
ovt and s .uo; al druggists.



A new antld coinphl t," treatietnt, cont ,ting of
it)'ppositorics. Cap'ulhts of Oll'tilint and two
Ihxvs ofOintnt'unt. A ntVt-r faillng curm f,)t
'ilt-of everv nature a Il dti gite It ilmakt-es ;Ii
operatiii with the, knife-. lwi- ch is. pa:in"1:l, and!
often re.-ults inI de.ith. unitlent v't- iiv \ i e:-
dltre this,; terrlile di .at \, e p;a k 'i wri'tte i
guaratitt.- ill fa,' h Ii I o Noctiii TI) no p y. *c
and e a 1,',x f f'ir J 'nit 1,v liailI. Saml plest
frce. -
rCOStlTIPATlI Cur,,l. lPiles ,reviite.l, bv
G hOaTIPATlU Japanese Liver Pe!!tt- tthe
gre t live, and s'toml.ia:lh reguilator a:i nl 1>l, 1 w,
purifi-r. "small, mild and pleasant t.) take ic
pecially adaptctd for children'-. ts e.1 .ty id,,es,
rc. Anti-Monopoly )iDrug Store. Social. 2




TONIC AND VITALIZER 1s .!l with wttten
guarantee to cure nervain, t l, !. ilitv. i,)st vitality,
faili ngi menit.ry, lit., d all drainsoin the nervous .-ssti n e -(- il 1 1"v :1(1i
habits or < xct-iv'v iIt tia'to ,. 1pium.
lihtuor, or livingr the pace that kill-. It ward-s
ott insanity., co' uiiniptionr and death. It Cle-'is-
the blco-' and brain., hmldi, up the shattti.'d
nerves, restore- the fire of' youth anid .inIgii :n-c
pink glowto !>a!: cheeks, aid makes o.. --mni
and strongagain. 5.'c. ;: hlta a ;. Rlv to
ny address. Anti-Monopolv I)rut '-,tore.

Womanly beauty

Sparkling Evsinl Hriglit F;'s,.,,
Ar ithe~ftult'ls t s,,jn ,d Ni o t--.

HI 1l PI THE .R-:AT \ :k.1NC
cures niervou' e tlhai -stii(i }is, tenrt. id'
head he., ;ack,> ihe. and i, mni,- :-. k :- > .,
comimllonll tti-lllllte g the tll..nthlk w p r !.,, ( ,l KI.s.
paS. ing I thr',ligh the I t 11 < ich g it lit ,!; I, I ; h ::!',
to woinailloh)o will filll it :! l t 1; i h], !
and beunetit. It quit t .,n'l s-tr-'iz*tht n the
nerve-, cleans-e the til.ti, i harr- the Ilrinn aniid
tonesr uD the whole .st-ni Mak a cW\':iia
Look Youni and Fuel V.'aiing. l' <. 2
lo\~ -. } S.ent l.V illlt to any .'dirt --. -, y
Atit Moniopol\ I !irg itotr.


Ldect'-e tentderedi oni the l-th da of. Man t
A. D :-'o., byl th. loi ,oral.le 1 Ill;iih.k
Jmul '- of the Circuit t'iirt ot thit *th JuTitth l!
Circuit of FI lorida in -tiil tor Marion c',niiit\ iii
ch niice'ry in a rftaiil c:t i p,'iirl.n tl -,;,t
court wheretin J ihn 1- \H'iilanT, n \C.- i .i, -
plainant and Kate .t, hninii -tir.t itn
ot the state of o atniitel Cr.,\ ti, r. ,' '.,e-,t
anld the s-aid Kat-t ctrotheit ilriliiai!v :titi
others wert d ldt'danft.. I tit- iitl'tt"n .tn t -I .t ,.
ial Ma'str namn-i l alad appintit-..' 1 in ii t ii '!
to extcute the -sanit will (oin
At nda th .:h idat ,, .ai > .. 1)
between the hours' of : a. in atnd .' p. i :i
front of the south door of lth ,ii 'ilt li.ii- isi
Ocala. Florida. offer and xt.(>.s f'in ,.te ntati,
will st-i; to the highest anti I t .itb ld.. fir cah;
the miortgagted pr'mi -s in said detiri t. i-( : !'i *
as follow-, to wit
The north halt of th' wt- halt ,i ti, le s-t
half t lot thirty onte '; ol I 'ao.d:t' ,' ,,i:;n
to the town i tnow city of iii of Marion and state ofl I-lrnli t, 1. '.1 l ,i

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Tn i trea' ii er. pneit. m i'. n t \ '
rl ct ,rs h h ,ill t 1 t -! .. n : -f t
S T ckh l k 'lil s t i f. 1 !1 ,
ti i T in it i : ; i t *
H-Iwe it A. Fol i. }. .a : 11% .:
I' a l sai t n -t-ih ;11 1; I

the offeI-S :s : i.cte'd at the tir-'. ...... ,
A'! fal tie-t..
SRho l \ -

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I' n'ones an! re-iden e~- -
hi, t ltare atus ollow-
HlERBiR'T F A )RI ,..,.
t '. i A R I l l iI .. I -.h : l

'-tat'' ,f! 1" t i.i, Mt : i, ';ll' :N
Bitt 't(. im e tlt'he l l'!, u .--t .t ,
i; )ap ir id Ih -rlt rt A l .f i d, i -'!. itl .
J.)1! \h I' .i;sIi.. t i Ut t ll. 'll k. .i .., -
l1V tg 'i-l tt'T l i*. I l .f'I \t1 'I% If -! n
'-llt -1 'l n ut 11 i| i t 1 h i tl 1 : *1 f r
1 ,).:ars t the- capilt.t -t(ck 1 t' ., ;. s
corporation and the' .id E'.iw 11':' .
t) mne that he had -ii .'ribek!?.i!* ; ".:1 :
i'housand Tlhrt- Hi!!redt-1. ;nd l .i;: I s ;
th capit ,l -to, 'k t the pr !- i ..It I !ill t:., i
anldt th -. 14 J, hull k \ .! .! t I' .,'t
ht h1:,, -u'.,- !rt. t,*r T '' I ': -: ,
I lit Hul nd ed a tl I'-. rt"y .: i : ,-
it:' -t'ck ot the' ;r p I t ,r .-
I'akc -l I -,t > i | r,- Ili ,
Mach,-A. 1) i -
meal; w k < I N\ '
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TA R I n rI Aift it ". l A .. ..-' 1 :1tn;1 n ,!i '
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;f .,.1 i .4f'!
it!:h :l th, i. eal h nri ll .,. "oi
h irg t lotii-e highe-t lti lit-r (or t 'af h t e 1 ui'.,t,,i,, .i ; r' ''. --
th' r,'-ir i -. ciei! .l, tt d t I ti "1
'I'!n <)t I.,,t i a' l w, ,!.. .t: 'a !
siti--\, .ill d.'- re t 1 in t --
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N l I. 1. I- .;1V .l.N I'II A Tl A .\\ i. 1. i
: lit !i t r -I lv .l", \ i' ; \ .
tin rtl i tl F1iita ft, I.ttler- I t '' :: t1 -
tolilowi'm, pr')po<-ed phate t'opaniiy.
'rnii-. -s .i 1 lin. i
I-IMM \ \ I l.- 1.f I' 1 i I K
i .ll I i ,'T ;ida M ar h .* 1. -'.
st',t .ait FH r;d- i I.L unt lv 1,: .M :: tn A '--
KI,.w All w Men i\ l 'Ne-. o:v Ir- ; I : L
" th i on ts s. C "', 11 i e, r .sio.; ,, 1, :1" I
ti te 0i 1 i ")k iil'%te- ar s *k i t' it ,i n :
l-le t t.'a V;ltta ',h ltt .e r< -.;'i t-- i l ,l i ., i',1 I :
d'- sinrig t t l ii t )rptr'iri it *i r thi il 'i 11-
*-t l g.ftln's- ,t a plt vatt <. i I ;I !, T .4 -
of the start. n( Ph!.irde dio h, 'r..i .- .. ..,t
thif ii.selves for pIuirpew-is a III ; .' -t i..
Ih.)llowing cha CHARTER.
Fir-t I'hne nIr la ro! sand i>i' t, i "
I NION PHO HA-l' A1K C r \' l '\.," ;.-i-
tp il otfice and plan **I lI- s it s t t I I
1utf la. Mari.n ctntly. Floriaf.i t, .: A'I!. eec
,f businelt,, in ith ir parts .tl -ai! 1it; t i i
-t.ite Sci.CTltd The- i !lth 'al hni turtle t It- l l' ,t t.
'.t tlrans 1 ctedh is that 'It ; tiienrpi. I t p ..
:(';is- g. iit or otherwi-- rt .ili d pl :" : '* ;.
* rtt alld till ian : of i ',i ;(!ht.
thratnifi tt) -t e!:sa or a)tIy w;.e -i,'iIpc r',
-1ut11 to mine,. prepare for niarke t \ o !, -t :
phnphatep rock atna other pho-.phatic sit,,t iN. I -
and t inell r ,;ts, to lx)re w -lls rt r ,therwt
develop oil. petroleumn and other umtn ra"' ;.and
orcepare same for market and ,tuy tl-i -t I in t.i h
to !uiy and sell timber,. and to i:, i ,'. '
limuA er a.l timber produhct- to, r:se. ; ,- I. .er
lind selli larn a ld "n hard proIsvt lt ild ni,-
Ohlrd The autlt ori 'ed capi'itl -t k it I :l t
Th'ou and l(Dollars. divl .ltd into thrtt ;ihu '.*
slti;:es of the par valut .t one hiwI!-re IJ'" ".r-.
eacd,. to l>t paid in full when !',, .v the
transfer in fee to said company Q, t, N !in p, r-
,ional property at a just valuath on t,, Ii t ,,fi
l)vy th corporators herein
Fourth : I aid corporation -hall, i t ,! i r tit,
tornl oif itiv eiar-
l: fth l t he thui nes )t sail t :.irat t -. ,,
o)e conducted .)y a toerd t dir'-itors pi' I-.t.,:
vice pre.tdent. secretary and tre:a-'vr.' .ift, the
last two offices. may he tilled b,> the s--toI ,.-:..,,n
aid such other officers and ag, it-- ;a, th,. .r
paratrtn may authortze TrhCe e'ctioi, <,l .ire t
is" ;tid c.icers hall ais-ut annulloi\ ,n tie -i
ond Tues-day inl February. th. t' -t e.>. '.,)wever. t,> occur on May < th : ,. 2 ri:[: w, r !.
te l'homana- S C rahtdge. as pG."tIentli, a.'.t o:.-
1111m1 J hittere r .is st-cret:tr\ and tre ,-oire r -1hial'
conduct the business
Sixth The hilhe-t r"T ttuu t .i :,'.:,:v ,r
indebtedness, to. whubt, saial cr:prat ,n .ini .it
any tithe subject itself l- one hlu!r.*, !h, isa--nd
Seventh The names. res:,t n,, as !;,:Tt..!;tnt
of stock suburnbed by the sub.-- ri't-:- ;:-. ltt,
is as follows :
Thomas S. C-xo:idge. <>!enn Fa"'- Ne'.\ \>urk ,
2' shares.
Benjamin 1. Potter. Ocala F:ir:tia i -la',T

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MN t4 tb It l ***IM r .ivsdl bhers
.f trai lm inta h. lus tHt West li.- E-
4* TlU e r6 thrh r firi in this 1111-
r.t, h, ed e miJes qa ilty ,..rf thh ar-
2o-itw eo etli.h l fra rn, ill A LEA D IN G
0 .11 t iM l h i o e1 i4 i i ll ian se as --__The ____
I ',.i .. 'o l.. l ..fasr ( t i .. a. -
1 o l 10f. 1* .W i41. f til l l 11*.1.. of 0.011
tliS l** fr*** toosoIn *
Am *lv fo.r f -p n gerlriillrr * l **** 1a4tonr |f ties inor 9i1..p p- d
A 'Ito* e~6 1 trai. wta. t W,611h 1 lwt- OU-
tar ...i. ei 4ulad 1 did tiest W est I ( ra. 41111 __1
4 *. i .f tie,. arti.1.c Itut tlieir ---
i* 11% i w gig t,o I.t fo r fo iro-t it e-A
' ** reg rdi. ef tife future seniar-
c I 1.- a* very htert uigiteul -
"* ** is *Ut # tb*-y ar*e- a * I ** *' .f i o.( ,- twee-to w ,'al re -_', i _
..I Jek, I, S at time ohb.lla -
a lf i e *ti ) are ft.|miailoe _
f ,., S. I 1 ..l if tie. mhl--1#i0r-
e* t *. 't i" *. a i title i lrmatr iie
**io** a o* l i. *too r* *oiri" *Irr (av l,, i -"
o ****I I ',A I t'*I. I i ar to M tie liual- _.
S *I. .. l- II"I..e'y ,1 t ts. t. l ti l- tlit et, t
***o* faie ,,4 ( oiIltl I.*. f<,rti'ilA- i -
>a. lheat htl-re !* wis*er. l li illOAiirah a
*goe oli. 10 ,0- ta k '1 1h y <.v -r l. it, o e Y S t
Scott importanaat yqawtsits I dips,
A .,, ., ... ,.,,. These gentle spring days this a -important ques-
A f. y**a au we r* iv< I as
fr* s,. M t. 1 twrrat vet a greatt Jir- d l
jal. l iv e a rtly il.. l jfi I ej," t itl 4 1te r
atI:: :: tion arises in the thoughts of every goo ouse-
t'W? 1&, 'Ma,-. oI re M&nt -r- ari..l t.. -
PtO. I.tihat M ** ar .CER
A. .i""" ' .+1 --- keeper. The famous TEA POT GROCERY

..:,',.._: .is in a position to aid in the solution of the question.
I i tlk .

" """|"" k'"" A visit to our store will disclose to you a line of
*-4ho)llear .1 %41 ` i rk 'r1. k.-.- .o _
olva i<4 lth l jui .e'- *rti.. y l:ut thi- irir.k r--
a* t t e lu-. -,.u ltl**" h atat al- -t a.: ke-: 1.- d.. -.. STAPLE GRO GERIS [ FANCV

lh.)- 3larld> r ll* a nul.-r .<.r teo (tih h-
spwrted arl*ile tL,,ugta it he- noit r.-- e" "e. ier tia" m"""" That cannot be duplicated in this section of the state
Salettertth foPakrthat r Quality and Variety. W e can please the most
**fnalvob tii *su*e < tll ,, a ilie, fruit. ti ..

*- at l-... i .r at etri acting epicurean in the land. Look at : : :
Ieat 4, tile) -l,,,ud rta, I, -vr live."- 44
ilepr ihi the ,*uiftry illn throurbli &k
fl>-e -.

.t-g.... .r .. villia,... e,..idl OUR S PECIAL LINE OF
wr at*as~g. fal ~m i ts Iae- hasid l l ----
We' 5 a tdc. ial eal te ari atI, f,, i tit w 4 ""
ma packagee i|r JAMS, JELLIES AND.OLIVES |
to**t ,*ie le am ie that :a re-tail dll
trtad. .r l -kageam. .,euld I, a- I tuilt up
% tlilhokale liatillerx ly adlvertis- .4 "
eio1 h-* ,e s akates* retail I I uyer- rN
w*. t a*l *mw Ieni n ii, .tdiA'riminiaate ini
fhioi **f thw l Thtee m|e h&a&r mnade careful tetf 4t
:";-:":" -:;*- E When in need of Dainties for an afternoon tea or
asefi *sy w r li l fr-h l l ui. e tui t y h 4
-,a -it"-a card party don t fail to bring your order here, as we
*tl-l. of lian juiew t iisake their m pala- _

I:. :" : :r e t. ::.::e : can orfit you out properly on shortnotice : : :
'.,r e t. llwy have m a *-ular, i a.,t tapte whib-ih la t ao t refreshtimag. 1
1:- to 2 t Y ilYours for tMore BeUSiless,
SiA l mawl d fr ,Wh at thtie start tht A- i-- 4 f1-- "4
* race ie w ill nt lins.- thlirough-*
.ut the s wme. litii nelat tapte the t.t,.fr iaMt of f"11i lit.h tal T UEil T EA6 4T..








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