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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 18, 1902
Frequency: weekly[]
weekly[ former aug. 25, 1883-dec. 28, 1888]
daily (except sun.)[ former dec. 30, 1888-]
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Spatial Coverage: United States -- Florida -- Marion -- Ocala
Coordinates: 29.187778 x -82.130556 ( Place of Publication )
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Dates or Sequential Designation: Vol. 17, no. 12 (Aug. 25, 1883)-
Numbering Peculiarities: Issues for 1884 later called new ser., v. 2.
General Note: Editors: T.W. Harris, F.E. Harris, C.L. Bittinger.
General Note: Publisher varies: Frank Harris & Frank Harris, Jr., <1913
General Note: Description based on: New ser., v. 2, no. 14 (Dec. 1, 1883).
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The paper "Of the People, for the People and by the People."

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SwrI f,,r aniy ca-e of C(atarrh that 'an--
inot i. c.urted lby Hall's 'atarrh (ure.
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We. t life undersigned,' known
F. .1.4 'ieniey for the last fifteen years,
Ka1ild t,-lieve himl perfectly honioralble
iii all business transactions and filanl-
ci:lly able to 'arrv out at.y obliga-
tionj- made lby their firm.
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WhIolelle, rToI4do, Ohio.
Hall'-C'atarrhl Cure is taken inter-
In.tll:y, actiig directly upon (lie bloold
j tinl illiu-'toll-us trfiact oef the system.
SPrice 7.5,.. per little. Sold i. y all
,a rmirie-ts. Testimonials free.
lHlil'. fti ily ,ills are the best.

Compliment to an Ocalaite.
I e fol.,wini, cm'pilliliment i- pa:id
ir Sttidford .Jewett, of this i ity, inll
thI- l t w'ee'k' i--e of tlie 4Orange
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The Best Prescription for Malaria

('hill- and fever is a bottle of
S;rve.'- Ti'teles- Chill Tonic. It is
-iimply ir'oi altd uiine in a tasteless
form. No cure-no ,pay. Price .*e.,:
After fini-hiing the terin of court


The Ocala Reading Club.
The above organization had a very
pleasant ineeling Tuesday afternoon
at tlie home of Miss Esther Weathers.
Ini the absence of the president,
Mrs. ('. '. Todd presided at the meet-
The first number on the program
was a paper onI the "IRestoration" by
Miss Sara Harris.
Miss Lena Bullocwk read an excellent
sketch of the life of Jonathan Swift
and a short sketch from his Gulliver's
Miss Hattie Dye read a very fine pa-
per on "El'iglish Art and Artists."
Thi- was one of the hIest pipers ever
read ibefre thlie club.
Next Tuesday afternoon the club
will meet with Mrs. Josiah Varn.

Our School Medal.
Profes.or Josiah Varn, principal of
the Ocala High School, last Friday re.
e-ived the gold medal awarded him
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Dress Goods

Inaugurated This Week at

The Piano Recital.
Thile pi.ino recital, under the au-
,pices of tie Home Mission Society of
thile Methilotit church, at the armory
Tuesday iigiit was a ticomplete suees-.s
in every lparticula:tr.
Thee r we at.. last two,, hundred
present and front tile strict attention
aid apll,!ause given ach piece, tihe
program iniiiIt h ive Ieen very much
enjoy yed.
The first nuitimber was a lduIt by Miss
Wartmuanni andil Mrs. lhnker who are
I1t. th tiorougli mlasieianis. This is
the first time that they have been
heard in ()'ala and their playing wss
ioroiOml'ed super.
'AC'll of thle ntumiers of ile pro-
grami were geitero imly applauded and
mln.h enjoyed.
Thle vocal quartette by Miss ('ald-
\,-ll, Mrw.. (,oin, Mr. 4'. S. ('ullen and
Mr. II). S. Woodtrow was very beauti-
ful and well rendered.
Miss Mary Fra"nits Drake, of Au-
Iurn, Al:t., captured tile entire audi-
enice withll her violin. Her pI tyiig i s
ex 'cored. She is as attractive as she is
a'omiplished, and lie ladies of the
elhurch were indeed fortunate iii hav-
intg her within them.
.Miss Add ie Hans roulih, wilo has
already won an enviable reputation in
our city, recited in a very pleasing
manner and was compelled to respond
to all encore.
Thie cornet solo by Mr. Albert (Terig
was an admirable production and no
piece on the progratu was more en-
The singing of Mrs. E. IH. Mote, of
Lieesiurg, and Mis Rosa Vardell
('aldwell, of Butler, (;a., was of a very
high order and fully reached the ex-
pectations of their audience. They
are both mluiicvians of rare ability
and it was a great pleasure to listt-n
Io, them.
T'lie concludling number was a con-
certo in il minor ly Mrs. locker and
Miss Wartimann, on two pianos. This
as very greatly enjoyed and was
enthiilsistis ally applauded.
A pretty feature of the entertain.
imenti was the young lady ushers who
acted their parts very charmingly.
They were Misses Esther Weathers,
Emily Ford, Lena IBullock, Mona Hil-
ler and Sara Harris.
It is seldon that the people of Ocala
have had a rarer treat and spent two
hours more pleasantly.
The entire program was well ren-
dered and tii less.
Don't Let Them Suffer.
often children are tortured with
itching and burning eczema and other
skin diseases but. Bucklen's Arnica
Salve heals the raw sores, expelsintilamn
ation, leaves thle skin without a sar.
Clean, fragrant,Icheap, there's no salve
on earth as goold.gTry it. Cure gaur-
anteed. Only "5c at Anti-Monopoly
I)ruig Store. 4

Popular Department Store


Have you seen our very complete line of Spring and Sunmmer I)re.--
Goods? It is the largest and most complete assortment ever shown in O)cala.
The stock is positively charming-vivid with interest- -brilliant with rich
attractions in feminine garnaturc-radiant with novelties and complete with
all the staple fabrics. Every eye that rests upon these beautiful, these
magnificent high grade fAbrics will light up with intense interest. After
carefully going over our stock we have marked many of these fine goods
down to, and below, actual cost, (for we have too many, and selected many
specials for next week's bargains. .

We ask our friends to come in and ii)spect these Bargains, a

Few of which we mention below:

Fancy (1renadines. form er price 50 to S'0c ............................... o 4 ,, 1., ,-
Silk, Mercerized and lace-striped (Ginghams, former price :!i to *:o.c .. ', t.o I,.
Ten pieces Corded Manchester, former price 20c ................ .... I..,
Flowered Mouseline Ribbon Tissue, former price :>o,. ........... ..
Foulard de soie, :32-inch, all silk and washable, in stripes and figures, fIormll
er price 45 to #;0(c ......................................... ... .; ..'
Silk Spot Pekin, a beautiful fabric, former price 50c. ................ ;:,.
Train Silk, fancy designs, former price 90c............... ........... ,,.
Jackard Linen, plain and stripes, former price 4o to 50c ...................... 5 to ;5,
Twenty pieces Pluinmates de soie and Brocade lioyal,plain, fancy'. ,trip.*'s
and figures, former price 45 to 75c.......................... ... 2. to, I,
Dimity Satin Rage, former price 40 to 50c....................... .. ::o anII ;-.4
About twenty-five pieces fancy Madras, Batiste, Dimitie, l,;awt-.. Itc..
form er price .12 to 40c .......................... ............. ... i, tto ''',;,
5000 yds figured and striped Lawns former price 7 and c .......... ...... ;
3000 yds figured and striped Lawn. former price 10 ........................
8000 yds :3;-inch Percale, worth 12'c. only.................... ..... I..
HighNovelty Linen Embroidery Swiss, former price -74(. ................... :h0.
Over 1000 remnants of Dress Gooda-, Embroideries and Lac,' at l.-ss tliaii li ,il
the original price.

W)ite Dress Goods
A large and beautiful line of the
prettiest, choicest and most charming
Novelties of the season, at very low
prices. Also our Persian, Paris and
India Linen Lawns are cheaper than
ever before. See our 10, 12- and 155c
India Lawn.

Men's Suitings
Large line of Linen, plain and fan-
cy. for men's suits and trousers, at
124, 15, J8, 20, 25. 35. 35. 40 and Oe.
Many novelties in these goods.

Keep your eye upon our Ladies',
Children's and Misses' Hosiery. We
are headquarters for these goods.
See our 10, 15, 20 and 25c grades-they
are the best values to be found for
these prices. Also see our open work
lace lisle thread and Mercerized
Hosiery, from 25 to 50c.

* Embroideries, Laces, Etc.
We have an unusually large stoi'k
of tliese goodl-. They' are ell.alp.r.
the styles are rich,.r, landisomeinr iand
more exquisite tlihan ev',r ibforre.
Fashion decrees, that thie-e goods will
be worn miore this year tliain ever.
4)ur 5, s, I)I 12an]d 15)c Enilmbroidtri.,-
are worth frn-m to 2"'. (lin' ailn
see for yourself.

The very latest models w1ili.4- 1i\ve
the figure a most perfect sliaip. ar.n
here in great variety at 'W. .,. o1.
1.2"5 and $1.5o. Popular makes of
straight front Corsets. including
Warner's Rust Proof. Thionson'
Glove Fitting and the R. & G.

Mottiqgs, Curtils, Etc.
New line China antd iJapan Mat-
tings, Rugs, Window Shades, .Lac,'
Curtains, Poles and Fixtures at ex-
* ceedingly low prices.



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Cleek Sef Mmtest.
The second clock golf contest at-
tracted a large number of players and
spectators Monday afternoon.
The scene was a very charming one.
The trees, someof them very magnifi-
cent. are now dressed in their spring
overdue atd festooned with moss, to-
gether with the carpet of gram, make
the grounds much more beautiful
than usual.
The ladies, too, were dressed in their
springg costumes, and were looking
extremely lovely, and all were in
arood splrits.
Twenty-four ladies participated in
the contest and the 'first prize, three
golf bases, was won by Mrs. Gordon
S. Scott, with a score of 11. Twice
dhe made the hole in one "put" and
was roundly applauded.
The second prize, two golf balls,
was won by Miss Bessie Denham, of
Havannah, who made a score of 13.
The prizes, in a most superb and
eloisuent manner, were presented to
the winners by Mr. Herbert A. Ford,
the ieremident of the club.
T'r&, punch and dainty cakes were
-.erved bly the ladles, and rarely has
an afternoon been more pleasantly
(olf is growing more popular with
the ladies and gentlemen of Ocala,
married and unmarried, the more it
a- | played.
I his contest was tendered the ladies
vty the gentlemen of the club and
thii- afternoon the ladies will
return the compliment by giving the
gentlemen one. All of the gentle-
mneen members of the club are cordial-
ly invited to Ibe present and to parti-
cilpate in the contest.
After the gentlemen's contest there
will be one for both the ladies and
Mrs. Woodrow R*eeives.
Mrs. Albert Hiram Birdsey, of For-
myth, ,;&., was beautifully compli-
mented yesterday afternoon from
three to sisx o'clock with an elegant
reception by Mrs. David Sandeman
The elegant home was a perfect
bower of greens and cut flowers, the
color cwheme being pink and green.
Theguests were metat the dolor ty
little Mimes Frances Bangs and Bessie
MacKay and were ushered into the
the reception room.
Mrs. Woodrow received her guests
in a handsome embroidered white
gown over pink silk, while the beau-
tiful honoree was gowned in white
over blue silk, making a pretty con.-
After talking a short while with the
hostess and guest of honor the vis-
itors were taken into the parlor where
punch was gracefully dispensed ly
Mmt Emily Ford.
Mi. Louise (amsby ushered tlhe
guests into the dining room where
dainty ices, cake, tea and chocolate
was served by Misses Lena Bullock,
lavalette Martin, Meta Jewett and
Mara Harris.
The table was an artistic study in

pink and green, pink roses being used
in great lavishness. One end of the
table was presided over by Mrs. How-
ard Munroe, who poured the tea,
while at the opposite end Miss Esther
Weathers served the chocolate.
Mr. Edwin Pittman played spirited
muric during the entire afternoon,
which added much to the pleasure of
the occasion.
There were nearly one hundred vis-
Itors during the afternoon.
This reception will long Iw reaenem-
iered as one of Ocala's most brilliant
and delightful social functions.
WeotiUg of the City CouncII.
The regular semi-monthly meeting
of the City Council convened at the
council chamber Tuesday night.
All the members present except
Councilman T. J. Owen.
Several matters of interest to the
city were discused.
One was a proposition to buy a new
lot and new plant for electric lighting.
It is held that the present machin-
ery is badly worn; that the plant is

Just Returme4 from Porto Rieo.
A representative of this paper had
the pleasure of meeting Mr. A. J.
Wyche, of Micanopy, at the Montezu-
ma hotel yesterday. Mr. Wyche has
just returned from an extended trip
through Porto Rico. He says that
while over there he met a good many
men from the States who go there
with the expectation of finding it a
new country and thinly populated
and are surprised to find that while
not much larger than Marion county
it contains a population of over a
million people, and is as old as any of
the original colonies of the United
Statef, and not more than half the
land is aralle. The country is exceed-
ingly mountainous and the -oil is still
clay, but generally fertile.
The orange trees are not thrifty
looking, but he says the cotlee is the
be4t in the world and it, together with
sugAr cane, is the most profitable crop
of the island. On the whole, Mr.
Wy-he was not very favorably im-
pressed with the island nor its in-
Another Medal for the Ocala High
Rev. L. B. Warren has oflered an
annual prize of ten dollars, or gold
medal costing that sum, at option of
winner, contest to be subject to follow-
ing con litions:
1. Subject to be assigned lby prin-
2. Principal to select three judges of
3. Judges to award upon knowledge
of data, diction, delivery.
4. Subject assigned to be given first
speaker ten minutes before lie goes
upon the platform, and to the second
speaker as the fir-t comes to speak,
and so throughout; thus each one
having ten minutes preparation, and
each speech covering ten minutes. If
speech is less than ten minutes, the
judges in their discretion will deduct
from grade.
5. Not more than ten to contest,
these ten to be members of the de-
bating society.
6. No notes or memoranda to be
brought upon the platform.

Hold-Up at the Seaboard Air Line.
As Mr. Henry A. McConn, the night
watchman, was inspecting the cars
on the tracks at the station of the
Seaboard Air Line Tuesday night
in this city, he was told by a negro
man emerging from between two bIox
cars to "hands up," and upon his re-
fusing to do so, began tiring at him
with a pistol. By this time McConn
got his gun and returned the lire.
McConn had a narrow escape as one
bullet passed through his clothing and
came very near striking himn in the
It is said a gang of col ored lholao. inv-

fest the yards of the Seaboard Air
Line station, and this is the second
att mpt made on the life of the wat,'h-
"'. "in.
Plundering the freight cars is sup-
pomed to be their object.

A Helpless Child.
A weak and puny child is badly
han.licaplped in the battle of life. It
is isolated from the healthy enjoy-
ments of its little fellow-beings. It
cannot partake either of tl.eir play or
their sturdy work and progress In the
world; its whole life is embittered by
incapacity and weakness.
Any woman who expect- to become
a mother ought to know what Dr.
Pierce's Favomite Prescription will do
both for her own health and safety
during her time of trial and also to
insure tier in twqueathlng a fair
measure of health and strength to Ihe
prospective little one.

Down in Miami way they are hav-
ing a touch of frontier journalism.
One editor was attacked and his
brother in turn resented it by a coun-
ter attack. Where there are so many
signs of advanced civilization the code
duello and everything that bears a
resemblance to it should not be al-

A Tribute to Sen. Wade Hampton.
Tallahassee, Fla., April 13, 1092.
( generall Order No. 38.
With profound sorrow the major
general commanding the Florida Di-
vision, United Confederate Veterans,
announces the death of Lieut. (en.
Wade Hampton, at his home in Co-
lumbia, S. C., on Friday, April 11, at
9 o'clock a. m., in the S4th year of his
The record of every crisi- in Amer-
lean history is adorned with the name,
Wade Hampton. Each succeeding
generation freely offered life and all it
possessed, save honor, on the altar of
The veterans of this ivi-ioin, many
of whom served under this knightly
commander, miourn with tleir com-
r des of South Car. litna and of the
whole South at the tomb o f their de-
parted hiero-contrade. A statesman,
soldier, friend, full of years, with
honoi unsullied by a single act of in-
justice, unkindness or evil. lie has
joined the spirit legions in fame's
eternal camping grouvil, where lie,
with the innumneratble hosts of the
blessed await to welaonme their com-
rades as th.-y cross over the the river
to rest with thos who have gone he-
By order of Maj. 4; n. E. M1 Law.
comunanding Florida lDivision.
FuII': L. InItE I'.KmsuN,
Adj. (en. and ('liicf oC f St:: 1.

The Gainesville Normal.
(;AINNESVIL I.:, Fi.A., April 14, 'i-.
To tht editor r of the )(c.a0ti liiitneit
On the 7th the East Florida Semin-
ary Normal opened. Marion county
has her delegation of good, earnest
teachers. The representation here is
from many counties of East and South
Florida. There are present now about
forty, alid quite a number have indi-
cated their purlipose to comine. It would
be best for those who intend coming
to be here as soon as they can as work
is forging ahead. This is to ibe the
only State Normal ierore the June
examinations. The seminary is a
splendid place to study, as the body of
students here are earnest, diligent and
quiet. The nianageimeit is all that
one could wish. P.
Will Bore for Oil.
The belief of the existence of oil in
this section of Florida continues to4
have a strong hold on those who have
given the matter investigation.
So strong is this belief that by ref-
erence to our advertising columns it
will be seen that two companies have
been organized for the purpose of sink-
ing wells, anid we will soon know
whether.or inot the hiopes of these gen-
tlemen will be realized.
The parties who are backing these
enterprises control large capital and
means business.
They have secured options on many
hundireil acres of land, and if they
succeed in striking a "gvusher" they
will ilnd themselve-s as ric-h as Monte
(u risto.

How Heo Got Rich.
Tlhe Ocala I(anner reports that IDr.
J. B. Foley, of (Chicago, has paid 19I4,-
Nmm0 for 35,41"0i a-cres of land in Ala-
bania adjoiniing the Florida line aind
will spend large sums of money im -
proving the property, as lie is very
rich. Now, how did lie get rich?
Just look at almost any newspaper
you may pick up and you will see. He
did it by advertising-by :advertising
Foley'w honey and tar.- 'iinta tGorda
Then, there is Dr. Munyon who has
grown rich by advertising, and has
bought a whole island in Florida and
is going to make it an Eden.
Eggs for Sale.
Whiti Leghorn Eggs, $1 per dozen.
White (;amne T ghorn Eggs, ~l iQ r
Three dozen for $,2.';0.
Postofnice box 74. Ocals, Fla.

If the Cliristian churches domin-


The Rules Adopted by the Democratic
State Executive Committee Will
Deprive a Large number
From Voting.
The rules governing the primary
elections, adopted by the democratic
executive committee at the meeting
in Jacksonville last Tuesday, are more
rigid than it was thought would be
insisted upon, and under same it is
discovered that they will deprive more
than a majority of the democrats of
Duval from participating in the dem-
ocratic primaries.
The following interview with ex-
Mayor J. E. T. Bowden by a Metrolpo-
lis reporter, will explain the political
situation in I)uval county:
J. E. T. Bowden, candidate for the
state senate, was one of the worst sur
prised men in the country last night
when he learned that the call of the
democratic state executive committee
prevented him from submitting his
claims to the primary, on account of
his independent candidacy two years
ago. Mr. Bowden was seen this morn-
ing, surrounded .by a number of his
friends, and when approached by a
Metropolis reporter in regard to his
probable future action, lie said:
"I am too much surprised to give
you any lmositive declaration as to
what I will do. I will say, however,
that I shall ask the state committee
to reconsider their action. I shall en-
dhtav r to show them why they have
ni'-ol. a mistake. If they decline, then
I i.amy take some other action.
SI have been a democrat all my lifet,
supporting all the nominees of my
party, both national and state. Two
years ago my true democracy level mle
into a people's movement, which had
in view a change of the present un-
democratic city government, which
takes front the people the right of self-
government. It was my democracy
that caused me to oppose the present
system, and in my race I was sup-
ported by a majority of the true dem-
ocrats of the county. This fact I do1
not believe my political opponents
will deny. According to the call for
primaries, not one of these men who
supported me can participate.
"It is an established fact that a nma
jority of democrats supported Harry
Hartley for clerk of the criminal court.
The call thus shows that a majority
of the democrats can't vote in the
primary. I have had scores of friends
today to pledge me their loyal support
if I run anyhow, but I believe it wiser
to bring the matter before the state
committee first. I believe if the mem-
bers adhere to their action it will
prove a boomerang to Loth Telfair ainl
Tom Stockton. I do not want to make
any mistake, and in a few days will
tell the public of my plans."
It is believed that under the opera-
tion of the rules a number of demo-
crats in this county will also be de-
prived from participating in the pri-
maries or running for office, and this,
of course, will apply alike to all of the
counties in the state.
generall Bullock, member of lthe
committee from Marion county, fa-
vored the adoption of less rigid rules.
Florida's Governor.
Mr. ('has. F. Burgman, one of the
editors of "Freedom," Mrs. Helen
Wihlmans-Post's paper, and a mental
scientist of marked ability, after sub-
jecting governor r Jennings to i severe
mental diagnosis, draws the following
"A word about (Governor Jennings.
He bears the stamp of a born leader
of men. C('alm and digniftled, yet un-

assuming when mingling with the
people, he gives the impression of tre-
mniutdous reserve power and great
mental force. His face and forelhead
indicate tile keen observer and reader
of men, who cannot be imposed upon
by sham pretensions, and who cuts
clean of by-paths to reach a mark irre-
spective of popular clamor or prejui
dice. The governor is a man of whom
the people of the state may well feel
Conspicuous Figure in Florida Politics.
Nat Walker, the old democratic
wheel horse of West Florida, and the
sage of Wakulla, is in the city today
attending the uileeting of the state
committee, of which he is a member.
"Old Nat" was a pleasant caller at the
Metrqopolis today and discussed poli.
ties, men and measures in a pleasing
way. Nat has evidently used the fa-
mous Ponce de Leon spring in fWa-
kulla county to advantage, as hle
seems to be growing younger year by
year.- Metropolis.

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a. ta\ f-r Mr. !t (I'N'.al. af ('anller,
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t. :j w vsa-ai-a vl i ilm t t aa' silt ia
I tliitlt.. fw traiiifa' tui l'aaaar t ta' n'

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4ih fi'taiiaa ilf lifetIa'itatII-iila I-~af thit

a'aiilila a-ia-nij~i-.iitaaf A prilt ti't :l

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Nta-hi.(if Tu amlpar. fo rmrlyarI.'if t lim ityaif

Nev 1~'.',. 11%. Va'.rreii, tialt, ireta-Aetitps
Itail, faavamr-a it.4 )thaa-r jorett'lera of thet
BIj-a!a'ittt'ciallIl"'li dtit tl sile foi- attt

T'~l-ee-'ia4 lilaiinlent
miiadet, gitantitt'-.r a"I Ii.' 'Iyd i rag-u& f 'at
-A \iatigilahbr ran iral w.itha a boitat
a, tot ( iiattilp Iet'h in 's Col it', 4 'liaolera'ta1111
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valI It i ll. not.
N I'r. friat-stJ. (4''raail ,IAvl4, lizt.= fii lt-a
soa acaepit~sahlya j jaia-4 ~loauakktet.i-pr
for the 1-1. IB. Masters' sor, Iaara't.a a iau-
I er o f year-i. w aill Iat:a veth tit a week f il
( 'tlriia, .Ala., %% lit-re- lit. lot- :iavvelit*-ol a
plaa"it il .tloni flt.;it*- lihaiiamaI4 isl rand
Irfuia( 'asvilj'ttiiV a % Iif a Ia NlaN Ale-x.
Nha'liitIt' r, fmarraaerlv 1t I l thi= aitY. i. j- .iua
fli' 'Ilt'i"t.Nir. C('4iiik j-f mo- if (4 )ih':t s

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cv-iltl hi' ..isl[#-%.ha' ii' '. lLita i

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tafa-,, eta'.. tlai",

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I it addlttit if~in, Itlaare %% .i 111.4, t a Iar'4a' ar-

the 'loi~t s ia4iiiifit'" i ilIite -Wat'. IlI a--
lsmirg ('41miii iaaraial.
Tlit. stire-it uatati -fa'-f r-n f.- 'r

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Mr. l'ittliikF. M. 4 .a-e, ta-jo'.r.--sitinag

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it'it"laaift (A-1titlilirg ~ i'-a-e Iii c-e4:t
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the Fl'ailO1eiiaa-- %% 'ith lint A- 11,10iat 'aa-A flit'

r,ia' or a'i aa t ii o,aiilata' flit.- ,i I11i~ 11*1'l-1


Tilis ofi'aet was illumel yt-ater.l-ay
afternoon ly the getiial -'i e-,'' ofi
Mr. Jolh M. tilMw-ll, pnj i-idut aof
the S.tter l'rt A-,iaiatior. NI r. Cal-
well i oine of tht ili most rtuir etfuil of
mi'en. Ite-,iA l' a:li te litor. lawyer
antil) antai 'ti<'c isil>;l .xlhorter, lite i- ,iai-
of the li nlei ina Floriiia. H- has k lipi ked up ai
very vailutille trat't dt lainI at C'ulle-r,
*ament' muile-4 below .Minii, whiart- Mr.
Flaslter will loon make thi ttermiiiltt
of liiis Ea-t <'oast t railway'. ''l. -soil at
('utler is faor all the wawl'l like thel
rich, red and loary ,oil oi f ('ilit, anil
is thliuglit to lie tli richest in Flowrida.
Thie iine tree grows to neiitaly the
height of onle hundred I'fet and all
other tree row as rankly aind luxu-





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(kala, Florida.
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hi. |j>-lini; tiuiia "For full si.l it-
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The king of S lain is soon to ceh.-
trate his twenty-tir-t birthday.

A.\vi,-e- from Clhicago predict a v -i
lI.'II mniaket for cal&bb ge in a f.*'w

It i- -tated that 11,4ollw,ol, o barrel- 4,1
.-il hav" I**ent taken frolm the gush-ri-
at l intake .

I'li l I'o.lig
1 tI1 Ii t call Ie
thei thereafter.

is tle late-t in lgalme-.
IIlaye*d without fear 'of
it is said.

The lTexa" supreme t-ourt has ohi
*lar*ed the anti-trust law recently n-i
ated illn that state unconstitutional.

liev. S'ani Jones perhaps knows v,-r
little alout Tampa if he thinks he cai
reform it and put it on its moral leg
by rel~eating two of his thread-w'ri
lectures in that city.

Florida is now shipping in l irg,
'Uautntitit plh 1ipintit r,ock. kaolint
fullhr', earth, lime, turpentine, resin
lumber, hard woods, early fruits, veg
t lak. anlid beef cattle.

Hon. Frank Clark and "Milt" Bry
an are running a paper called tlh
"* e.rrick" at lied Fork, Indian T.r-
rit4ory, which Ipronsi-es to te-,miie a-
famniu- a- the "Ariz,,ni. Kicker."

Ill the 1'1 ii'--.e exclusion ll
Itill. tone of the grave and renerend
*.-nator- recently
I ,_ po. n Jt. i. n" .ihlte-. H I: '.i> ,
II, ... I (ht- h -t h1 kl ,! Li
Put -lt k- t, :il.
!Aloim lirst t', I-.t
1 *i .l-*tl e le ikes hl us -li.ih ,1 .

*yers Will Run for Congress.
lion. Fred T. Myers, if Tallaha.see,,
w Ii. wasi a promintent candidate ffor
t-ie nlominiation1 of governor again lst
W. %. Jennings, has formally aln-
aounoed l hi- candidacy for congress.
from tile Third congressiomnal district.
Mr. Myers' toppllatints are Attoriney
Sfe'i -ral I.amr, (of T'allaha.lee, aind
lion.l.ohll S. Heard, of I'eni:acl'4l.t.

Rhodes' Regret.
( '-il |{holdes,charni|ionl "''rInoter"'
of the worll. exclainmed oni hii i-death
Itul "S' little done; sai much to doI,."
\'erily, huimai ambition is tMtundles,e
aiIdl a hlumani life ,of a thou-sand year-4
would lIe 4to, short for soie.-Pl'eisa-
c-lIa N-ws.


Family cares and duties do not weigh
d are never in her way. But when the
womanly health fails.'and there is a con-
statt strugglee with weakness and pain,
hiouehold duties are a burden almost
im.t hearing and children are a cease-
-l annoyance an \VWe-ak women are made strong and
s r k women are mal<- well hvby the use of
In Pi'lrce's Favorite Prescriplion. It
et-tat lAhes regularnty. dries is-agreeable
drains. heals inflammation and ulcera-
tiin aind cures female weakness.
Snck women are invited to consult Dr.
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From i ;inda. Daily. eating, w' make a few extracts. rom
... the "History of the Metlhodit ( 'lurch,

NON-PROSCRIP- by Nathan Bangs.."
TIU *nOn 'D1)ress, first volume, page Icf:
TIVE POLICY "(Give no tickets to any that wear
high heads, enormous Ionnets, rullles
PARTY. Q. Is there any xception'i to tlhe
rule, "Let thile le and women sit
--------- apart?"
The meeting ofthe Democratic State Ans. There i-. no ex,.eptioni. "Let
Executive Committee is an important them sit apart in all our churches,."
one. Page 2' 5.
It not only fixes the time for hold- On the same page is thie following
log flie primary elections but pre- i concerning the litilldin o f ,churches:
scribes" the jqualitications of electors. Q1. ",I anything adlvisal, iin regarni
\e hope thi coltllinittee will formu- *t'"i i.
i ,.. ,. i \n. Al "Let all our lhui'hicl" I>* bIuilt
la te a lib e ra l p o lic y.v *" .a 1,1 t I t l ot ,r
Splaian andu decent : but iinot more ex-
Auy other wdoliy will result iu evil. ,epii\'*ly thaI is al.,,ilely uiavoid-
Thi editor of this paper can retmen- aidle: otherwise the necit -.-ity of rai-
h.r with a great deal of vividine-s the ing money will make rih-l n eiiin t es-
calilmpa.liil> of I and tliose that fol- 'sary to us. But if -, we wmust le de-
low e. jIt l pendent 1noupion them, yea, and g,,v-
lowed it ernedi by them. And, tihwn, farewell
In I12 hle tIcame thle owner of tie the .Mtet1h'lii t disci liline, it nol)t d.lo-
4 .'ala la..t iner atd was entlthuisiastic inI trine, too ."
hiii support of (lie "sage of liahptie- I How ditllbren ly :tr'' t lie hurceli-i
*|is.'"' andt imagined that the woik t (oda.y compiltredl with tlie early Metlh-
lie iid illn that campaign would give ili-t tkmee.tinli hoilu)le'
him a political glory that would fade The lMetNhod.4i rlI'- ill the it-
noi aaway, andi the defeat tof (;reeley is lhave stly memollriail windows,
would act almost as a funeral pall velvet-ushioned pf-w', r pete1d,.
upon the leace, priogre.-s and pIros- tall, climning spirt,, ;tid -aonw are
plerity of lite -cmuntry. built oif stone ianli mlarlle.I
Iti ut Mr. Ireeley's defeat anmd death Tlie Metlioli-it 4 hur,:l I,'. iri\wni -
si art-ely ,iade an imlrrmssitonai le<4tl-'t i4 rih iii the I iiitedl Sta:tt- -in, ..' Mr.
lluponll it. W \\'esley's vi, it that I 4-t y .ear it I i-,'il
TI'e .eam aident support the editor I for :ai -itiile fuind more tIhan t wt'i v
f hlii- Iapier gave Mr. (,reeley lie ave millions of doll:tr-,.
to, Mr. lBry:in twenty live years later, Trility l:kpi-'roptl 41Ir11 recently
atl li e I ,. -A 1 ldly ini tlie d tiii thet- leiociralic party lput fortlh el prolperty in New Yok.
then a- it- clhrt and ml timas,.s that was Indeed, the -chlurche.. have gire'wn too
to Lulidc it to, vie-tlry as lie ever did, lIe the riel-,l 4- il'Ir:ttionI in tile
an'l -, e heal-lieve- in (le right of se- world.
est-iiin andi illn all the rights reserved Jesus inade hii- triinmpiihal entry
Iy thlie states, and in all the platforms ,it, Jerusalem ridinii- ipoii a:n ass,
enacted I.3y the democratic party, but and his followers tr tria il h,-idle him
lihe realizes that it is unwise to tight on f,,,t.
the present and future campaigns At the recent Ilpi-' opt:l 'invenlitioi
with the dead ashes scattered along in Sail Fran'ci-.-o -v' lnty V" tlhe. 'cir-I

1 o41 pa1 is. gyma i \c-mnt Ie-z'.-- ti- ***'lit in *ni t :ts
A political party should always be guests of Mr. J. Plit r.nt 1->rrti ini
proaressive. To lie a power to ac- elegant piarlnor inir-, %it1i Fre-nch
44om1plisih results, it should always ,.,,k. andi all tOik cI. n n-I t- of
have its face pointed well to the front. ntoilern travel.
No grist can he ground with the wa- The world nmove- :,rl t!i clur.'hs

S er that is pa ,tedo. seem to I. mea'llo, .inir a lIii: \'itlI it.
I That text illn (lihe .-riptures about
S 1 ,, i The Pope's Encyclical Letter.
"letting the dead bury their dead" is I
The .. 1. I ()-s v1iil itl:t '4, tllthe oraiil
ignili,.aut andll slihoult lte stullied anlid
.. .... rof ile \v'tict' ill t o, i p, ritl.. tilei en-
ted id bi y the wi- e politici.'l.
... li:tl recently i--m d Iby tile Pope,
Shie democratic party is a livi ig
party and bIas (lie various i whih lie ih tIi. til' li t has co 'me
issues a they have arisen. It is again wivh l lie m It re.gli/.t II:tt lit- i al'-
Spico lronted with a nlew antd vital isinUie rt ci ft tie tetrm o his
r andai must gird its 1oaii- to meet it. lift-o til artl. a 11 that thi a'e-yical
.1 .. i ltl l le I llse tse lsta le t It o tl ,,. <':Mthlo-
( ) r town opinion is that it should h tt
openly wid.- its doors and invite recruits lic hurch.
from wherever it (can get them and The 'ope says he woult enoiiurage
should try to willn back into its ranks the C"atolie Iishope tL.rouhout "th
thle populists on the onlie hand allnd the worl to ontiie vigr-ly to resist
gol hugs on the other. the pe-r-e' timlN which liu allli't tit
IPielmbering thi at hilrh- Th l"'rsetttiin will e-
ST.. .1 .,4 Xt.A- tiulli., but tl.hey will not ltl;..e t the
S' A "'.ukl l .-. pre.:ia l ,d thile lihlht of CI li-i-t tmll 011ng
Tet u. Have donlle with party bicker- i' Ntver has li maaniy f irl
ing' nd111 resolve onm other thinii's. it-- i. o misail iit

CHANGES IN CHURCH WORSHIP. t'n at Pro--nt. T'htr- i-di-orti in
.- "all -4 il r Il ition-, m:il ,t-ll ,'ially ill
last Sunday ill two of the orthodox fami. n. a..l..m; .xc-ivt- |i.rty has
,-'lurches in this eity there were musi- ,en i 1hii ha f..-ter. t sa.
cal inistrnuentsl emplloyed as part of mid wtir-y.
the wors.hip-organ,violin anld cornet. 'it ws, t s13- ,
The singing was oil a style that is ..
are Il lt'illtg waged 1.', y 't ro ll g iatie alms
heard at the best of the operas iln the aaint wk f l l.
larger cities. There are exa-gerated arniamcntts
Men and women were weatted pro- g great ti, (t-of
miscuou--ly together. ... ..
m iscun--y together.whia h art -'veil mll4re than
There were cushioned ptew, and ... ..
war. All these thiit's- have created
the worshippers, especially many of .worl.-wite istuiettte. I'neasiig
those of the fairer sex. were noted for trotiles and mi-ery have prtavoakc!
their elegance of drest. t ana -
the pople to anarchism, which hence-
How ditlerent from tihe worship of f..
alorforthl promises to constitlute ta formid-
Ilalf century or more ago.
al]e league agait emperors, kings
We call re-member when so harm* .- .
a iand-trument as a allpresidents of all governments.
ls Tlllese governments amulst aldoplt dle-
thi- church inll the little townl ill ,
hl ('isive measures for itt.- dIIleise of geIi-
which we lived in twain alnd a violin l., .ie a
uilte Ill ertv andI IinUtt e-infolirces' thit.
alld lhorn would almos-t have created
teactling oif religion..
a riot.
In conclut.-iona, tliht'e ol'oe inlllvokes the-
Themen Me'<'illied one side of the ...... .... .
union of I'lrt tian ciiurches the lead-
'churceh and thie women the other, and .
ing remedy to save s a.iety from vio-
the dress of the worshiplw'rs was plainlet attacks atheist
lent attacks of atliei.ts ald freema-
to rnigidiie-ss.s i try. lie Imaintains tlite necessity of
No ornlameints were worti. anid an .... t im
No amentwerewornanda upholding the tempioral rights of tlie
11-- L .1- 1_ 2 &. -:. 16 IE

41ol. Bob IlogersolI's tribute to To

\\ ile at a banquet several y-arm
ago, Col. Ingersoll paid the following
tribute to cigars. Sowe umay wnit
agree with the conclusibtis, but all
will admire the beautiful word paint-
ing by the great agnostic :
"The leaves make friends and cel.-
brate with gentle rites the vows( of
peace. 'They have given consolationll
to the world. They are the conmpan-
ions of the lonely, the friends of the
imprisoned, of the exile, of workers iln
thte luini of fellers of forests, of sail-
ors oni the deep seas. They are the
givers of strength anmid calm to the
vexed and wearied miuds of those
who luild with thought and brain
the temples of the soul. They tell of
hope and rest. They -.moo)th the
wrinkled Irows of care; drive fear and
strange misslhapeln deeds from out the
rlinld, and till the heart with rest and
pea'ce. Within their magic warp and
woof some potent, graciotus spell im-
prisonmed lies, that, when released by
fire,. doth soft ly steal within the foir-
tre-s of the I.rain and hind i sleep
tlhe captured sentiniels of care and
grief. I'These leaves are (lie friends of
the lireside, amld their smokelike iin-
celo-e rises lf.o Iml) riads of happy
Iiho''. ('lul1a is the smile iof the ,a."

What War Is.
MAi-nr Waller, of iour army ill tl
l'lil il. ies, testili,',d recently in hii 41. fense on ia charge of executilng
liatives ill Samar without trial, that
( and burn," saying that "the nmoire we
killed and burned thie better pleased
Ite- would lie," that it was "no timlle
ts take prisoners," :ind that lie was toe
makee Samar a Ihowling wildernes-."
Major Waller asked ( tine the age limit for killing, and lie
replied: "Everything over ten." ('apt.
David 1). Portem, <'apt. Hiram I.
]lesrs and Lieut. Frank Halford, all
if' tilth Marine Corps, corroborated Ma-
jor Waller's testimony.
A troatoper of the Buslihv lit (ara-
bineers states that the guilty Austra-
lian o i,-ers of that shamed andt dis
bainlel corps killed nearly forty uin-
arnw*I lHoers, in luding three childro-n
who lhad -iie to ask for food. In dis-
patches sent lby the c-hivalrous. lelarey
to Ho11ellualI thlie details of nimay alr.oi.i-
ties conmiitted by British tlaoops are
sustained bly aflliavit.-World.

The Florida Exhibit at Charleston.
Editor StovHall, of tlie 'Talmpa Tri-
blne, wa's at 'Iharlestom to shake
lidis willth tlie pres-ident and inci-
dentally to take a peep at the expo--i-
t ieali.
Here is thle way lie describe- tile
I"Florida, exhibit:
I'Thie milost ilsignifllianit thiling ble-
t\veen T'lamp and I'harlestoni is (I,#.
Il'lorida exhibit at the exposition. .AnI
apparently well-fetd and well grmueI-d
inllividual wh.lse stupidity is onlyI
siirplassed by tile enormous amount oft
surplus fat and his den-se ignorance of
tlhe state and its inexhaustible ie-
siurces. This big giant, wlho reselm.
Ies a Iably elephant, was basking ill
Ithe sunshine of prosperity a3id keep-
ing cm'l with a Floirida fan, while a
few straggling visitors were ga/ing
upon himii and then the exhibit, ten-
leavoriing to determine whihich emlst i-
tiuted the slihow, the lbig fat mania or lite
few small oranges, dried-up celery,
decayed e-albage omr the other aggrtegi.
tioi of iunripe vegetation and wiltedt-
fruits aitd flowers.
The exhibit is a disgrace to the -tat-
antd shliuld lie called oIf at onace lol
the manager sent honie to feed o(ai
The Thinning of the Throng.

Thit- death oif 4;en. WVade lHamlptoin
removes from the scenes of earthli one
of the lmot conspicuous figures of the
civil war period.
CGeneral Hampton, then in the 1lu111
of full imanoitodl, bore hiimlself ibravely
and proudly in that conflict, and in
the part lie played in restoring local
self-governmient to South Carolinia it
1S.7G, again rendered his state and sec.
tion invaluable service.


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16 the Farmers of Mario. CGnnty :
At the meeting of fuirniii.- iu (

Sth, la ,hIl: ,..;, tn .;,a i. ,: ,, ai' the Hon Henry N'W Litez, chairman,
The matter.- ri.ently -utggetsed lit appointed a eonmmitt.e ti) draf a plan
the planner a-j Iloper for the andi- r a a it
or orgatiizitjion f or a farm ers' illt*I ititite
date- of the legi-.ature to lie h.lird 1ii i t
upoI ll do nt ? :I (. ll" to1' I toIe l f I teil-C i l l il. l r t
Thisth e e ii:1-ile i: t i IA.l -i a
p rrta,.le. It i- ,.,t pi,ro all Id tf l nt
ellel till.g (.i' dt fr ro t iturd ', .t1Ill ii t
serious, e.!,L ill c.Ie A-vll' l to adopt ,,,, ,
the dli-,.p .:li .iy -vite.,r in e t l.r*t'' ..
t i ltI I -11." I-i t rl Ior l ,it w lhlie tf i' -tio4le i ii ty -
t tit to i r- tir ert- for Iw (Iilowti g
art to Il t,. *', ,',ed ,, pri i 'iri i '-, w, ill (l ii
choice of ir ll.- ;-!tors m l il.'
t I roglrss al mille any ind -oi' r l line is
A mll!I It < <, 't ,l t'l,--. i li Wo' ld S emlH
v.ry liatiely ihe resill ,oi Il thle ilify to
to) e eelth .I f. r t eI ,-' tI l,l- t 'if. t ioff i
ste Ua1nl tilt- wi i I ito rrt -t i l ist-a kte s.
fouir \,a t il i i. .' ll teit l .xi-tikil ,g
il lah 'llj Il i," r ir I1 ii,| ,ll;.fl fit ltltl .s ;t
S ll(l0 ;t t-.
ItIift.titk I Ili it Iit I pult ef- t*- '1'i :er ti l'a t', altiL
It l -|ll,:.ii '. |,i ln.' ii" te f i l l ,'i'4 tagl.i :. i l 'l'b) r is' 114l ', I i fl ie tt r'.|,
im a y i i n t ,- r .. t dl i nl k i fn-i n tI i oll i tt nv b e la
.titlonl of it cA..n he v\id(,h l.
vi,-\v. o,,Ir l,>c .altiidil< t<.s oir-rnilK
Ow.ig to thfe nature ol)f hii work,
a few naltt,r, tHl:t I \sill suggest us
Snthat is not thle t ase witl the fariller.
worf y of -on.-idl.*r:tti,>. int that tIl '
l He may not ite- able to di-.'ovtr all
a-ir'.i t.1A4 fir !-#l.rit i ll error for loe or more years if left to
l ly ,n v, if t -v" dern it of suli' elt
h I-r owtn exi p-riencel', lbut if lie meeii ts
imiportan.ll.. lgivi t.i- ill ir ilhais upion :
his lbrlloher farlr-i :til ,oallt compar-
1. The aivic-l 'ililety of dloing. away s
twta'li i'.tl ual ai'''It in t liot.s witl them li Ie will tle llIorte-
Wlith ;mit, ir 111il ia- l-iieidit eef prop- i i
lsreadily -? e ai1l iti- ablle to ,i,-al with aln
erty. ;tl r,,uiri, s.'u 1' .-ay on<'e IIn
four pl ti'tl', therl'ilivy s.tvinll a great e error.
W e have ill thisi ,ouility I n li wiho
'pen-- ill plyiiig for whali.t is virtually
have attainned vnnirfew in *iv<,iy
inrl ie !yt ,opyiin thlie rtoll-s from: e v ae:ir ito
jlrnm'lc of farmniing adaptledl to his lat-
t 1t. iliud'. ('Ale glrower- whio lltki I the
-'. 1 A l.tli-llillg th le ,itni,',r cf t teolllliV itua le rlll'iill i' t i''," ll 'l W il,
Stinest syrup oni arti'm; ent i whoa-l
trt' iir-l 'r iand i d Ife'Volvin" li ls tii ornti l
i mastery or t ile fIP t iii- lit l a i elh -
tihe t let" tor, or ah oltio ih bloth oft heir lr, t'l. l i .ill, ti-
ofli,. R ant e t t he t rif l lttt Sell their rAlltl t ipet
tion with t le line-'t lbrar ols of hlitn;s or
ttnir p ',- e it ,lutis.1
lacon in lli nillarkel ; l +reed rfl s off line
;;h IIAi.-il-ill tl,,. c thirii iiltii.i,'lrlio ,I aae ,ati-
cattle whl o hliav' dev''Ilo|l., iey texiieri-
to i tarlment the latest breeds 4. -State iltfliforllit. y ,of t o' i in l li L il
a well a.! d mI e it t onstratiet hlite ll pl-hl i school loi iok-. Thiis ia ti verv import- li f is ry
anlt imaitter tio have lthlerAndidiFtes take l ,i i t'<
growers who make good incnomit, t romi
l ll, in.rthieir supplies; ;and< the list might ibe

military troops say to 0tll e full totn- ade lli nglly ftot+ s. ill-
Selligencfir intlustry aid skill applied
ani fIIIe I atit 'll ,. i l to srome -pl cial production lhe ave
vill,.amn Tamnpa eah.
wro lght Ill arvelous re-tillts.
ig Tlhe .-+la'etion in ia,-h clitii t'y o'fa I .1 1 i
I 'fortuniately tlie tgoodI iini iene' of
nlewspl'tapr illn which all advertise- n
thec illelle i' to-'f l ly <'ol'lieil
tol their inieinie, iat'' locality. T hey are
7 i in err i not averse to tllinig what they know,
tax s.i-- a ld to wvhat -1mil.
but as a rule they are not of tlhe
". lI"-iurtioll of lmileie o tiehertlls i
Swho will force thl ir opinllion. upon un-
and lonstali-' atl, fees ot f masters for i arti
tackin,. t.eioiitiotiit, and tio what m i .
Sj It is oui r desire to) bring il thelise
th. Appropriate, atiotid of-t:att an'd oi'aIru-
i ieln together and let us all i n- lit idY
t- funlld'. toI "-tat'e firsl'" adnd ,xplai-
Sa fre intt-rclhanir.e of i, e.t -.
t,' ce-t.' t aAniother bien glit c oiit'i-l tlat itn
'. It.t t ili'tu t tIl, (oUlllty tluditor to i v
N q I ,,o tisis iovemlelnt is tlI- a nrltl l oil llty
p tli-h onrt'e e lta h \-c.'r of Ilistf ofl all l l lit. i t. i
Fair, where tele chest products ot every
warratttil on county fund-s issued dur- t f e ,y a i i
in.g llOw pr','di, yvar. :tid for wlat ;
itl d, thus *'ivil,'. :ili o,,li.. lt l.s-,li of
fmid andl a.*,',un ,,,l -r appropriate in, ,stilalfe vall,.
el.---ili,'tion ..- to show what tlte n this trelnt ..a the worker. in
aXrl.- und t, l ertih le t', er llIe ts, 1, nearly every line of indii -try are or-
anld .:kiln,_-:it' .tpprop itlioll of iot :
I :tnizvfd for ti t.-il The-i't t,'. I e
ex .,. dill I. V I lo ,r puld.,hil? ; ,,farner alh works o t his d'.siny in
-anme. I l,,'tl'vn l:tt tlhisexlhilbit, though ie e l .oitude.
ruir.d lby laW, <-alot r-e made in other farnmers, wouhl you not like
Marion countyy lherause the Itw only t, to-o,,erte for mutual lbenelit? If
allow, -lo for pu,lilinh i sa >. .d at
la. l;...puiring the county y eommnlis- le+illg at th,.la on saturday, the
sion, ,rs .*<-:lh y,.,r tto makl e appropria- "'Gth inst. '. 8. V.\<;,
ti,,nl. to tlle -t'veral expell.., fUnlds. for ('hairmatlli t ('olnillittee.
thl:t, and prohibit any warrant Wo- ad --J e

,.le els, ,,tndy, llowers, man-- that is
fully draw n against.
II. iedul-e the number of justices of t
the p'a,'e to about four or five, and ,, t .
lhave them and (he county judge per- e t h I v tt
greatest of all jewels, health, is often
forl the lpre.,sen duti..eM of the eountllity
frlilleed ill the streuoulc.dfforts to ll'ake

or save the monlley to purchase thell.
12. A tax eof IweInty-Ilve ients oil
If a women will ri-k her he':althl to
each dced, morltgre and w i ll of sale get a coveted gem, then let her forti-
rc .,tcorddol, It'herelby lmak:ing those who fy herself against the insidu'ous 'conse--
.. th.- reord. o hoks.. pay for them, and ,aleten...sorf 4.ouhls, eolds awl lrn liial
yilchla a reve e to the county besides. al ,.tionls hy the regular use of Dr.
12:. Tlle rcpa'l iof te railroad ('o4- s'lee's r 'iernan Syrup. It will

iL Aisioiie law. i of(rompttly arrest conawmplilltion iill it-
A .odiificaion of tlhe laws of ;earlystages and heal the allectted li gs
criminal Ipro.edure removing many of
and Iironchial tutlies antd ,lriv'e tlie
tith' thit e ialitis W osurroluniding ill-
Idread disease from the sys.temi. It is
ii't.nit'ti s :inda trials. ot a cure-all, but its a certainn eirt.e for
17. legislation p liromoting thie form-.i
coughs, colds and all bronc'hial trilb-
ation of ass. 'iations "to regulate and r
I les. You can get D)r. 0. (G. (4rven's re-
,.ontrol thie production and sale" of ile remedies at Anti-Monopoly
Florida prodi. ts-that is, the promo- Drug Store. (et ireen's Special Al-
tion ofwlhiit is common nly called trusts. mIaa. *W-
1,;. A pure food ltw to prevent the
keep ig for sale of adulterated food. TUNER.
Other -,ljually if not more import- Pianos and organs tuned, regulated
ant matter.- will idoubtless suggest and repaired in a first class mnanlner.
themselves to your readers, which if Also make a specialty of repairing
they will re.,itire the candidates to, fine violins and guitars.
W. i. PIKE.
give their viows upon, the purpose of P..Box 655, OalFla.
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THE FLORIDA tensof thousands of dollars adverti--
THE L RiD jug and hundreds VEGETABLE EXPRESS velo'iug that section. Its energy aud
enterprise have won free and unso.
limited advertising from nearly every
Senthing of the Work of Flailer in
f the W of large newspaper in the country. As
one newspaper puts it, Flagler's lieu-
lbh. New York Heral. in an ex- tenants "make new-." and they make
t..ded a''unt of the growth of the it every day so that the daily ipapler.
Flag.-r iitereiut in Hlorida, speaks iofa't avoid t g the
'.,imply can't avoid meiitio,.ing the
Ih- fo.'rel.i pen-ut of the vegetable in- work gilig on.
dtl.tyfa-fl.- And after all the millions lie has
Itut. aft.r all. a, Mr. Flagl.-rsaid. he t n that 1ctii l
P spent ill ihuildilig ilt that .ectioii lie
di-it int -tart thi.i train for touri-ts. lia, ,ut ,tarte il his ,lan Said le
l'or.'-hloly he- derives uiore satisfai'tiain several years ago too The Packer man :
ft ,., the fs<'t that hi. railroad oper- ..
ft that ila r ee new thing- to do every day
am, a v.- 'etahI- express which makes- clwn h'ire. I truly hole I may live
4, .u;i-- as hour, hai the. same rightof ,tio hrr r. It at rlt a irt If lit .
Way a. a pa ei.tger train, and i- just .lat live tii l cf
a.- 1,sil4 1h thr t iar h train to New Yo- rk ,, r l b llf ,,o tli- .-ctil is
.* th, -wolid vegtiltuled limited. It iiAs rani,l. NIatir ha- ,en -. l i-li
ti vegetable trails which tells. ioreo t h t I f-t I ',t 4'ti e mii.lI to
f. .r.ily thean words can jult what Mr -w li. l, If I ., i lut
I avle-r hta- done for the East <'oas-t of i i., A. w ,t I -Ail hl, iti-iee. It
I l-.ritlat. Ml hiw h.- i- elnatlinrll thou- i ,, ite i ..
1 -tI (ll ,ill ol|hl- t rI, lli lh-t i :lnl (>,-r-
-.i l1 ,**t Ip .1 too ailake- a li'viug. f,-, th rk I .i ilt .1 itthil -i e
\t toh- ti- n'reat ftet-/e" Mr. Flagler, f Ill,. it )al a inte-. wh i ,..l very
I A% l ii w t t PalI ,eatIh, '-aw siM-ie the ;-:in,- iintere-t I lihave in the, -
I- s "1 14:.- il Ilitel illDad ien 1e I-: ',o-t."-The New V irk i'cr-kIr.
.t\ wit Ii wa-. evidelle that the
'* .-t hi.l extelileeI t thi ie -.uth- He Kept His Leg.
-a-t-rU P|art off thie -tlate, o hlie pu-hed Tr lve- y.a- agol .J. IV. Silliival, lof
., .alt1 d.1wn to Miatnli,on thie tihe- Heartfordn, otii., 'rat,.het lhilegh with
a. ri-t v wire. Inllslatilinatioi andlt tlI, tI
,*r\ t hat tht-e itru-. development would ,
,,oi-oing set in. l-r twoV year lhe
f .-ill hi- lilt. .of road-., and that it stilertd ititeni-ely. Thlie ti the lest dl'-
a'.uldi give impetus to the raising of tor- urged amputation, "lut" lie writes
.tiher fruits and vegetables as far mouth I u-e-d OI Little of Electric Icitteh'r
a-. In road extended. His theory ha- *:1a'l1 1-2 sxe"- of Buh'klen's Arniica
t .s 'e **nd niy leg wRia. solliid alltd well
i.rovd -utirely correet. The reliort.i f ,.i' y leg wnwell
Sn:irl -ver. 'or erumtiors, ev7.z-iitt.
,,f the fertility of tSouthern Florlda s,.tir. -alt rheuiti, .-ors alnd all ilol1
'--"ita miiarvel'ou-, but they have Iwel di-oider- Electrir littir- lias- no rival
Shi i keis otffty the freight reports. andl j oi earth. Try them. Anti-Mionopoly
.pro elli tI.. te ab lutely true. I l)rit .'store, will gaurant' e sati-f:tit il
,, o rtrlftlitn Ill lilyv. O) viy .'10iell I
laiid for vegetalble' can be prepared
it 4I i-.ttolr and the ripened product lie Florida's Rich Harvest.
.re-il tio -hii. il Ft'-lru(try, Mair'hi atid The tourist season in l1loritda, wnlicli
Alnril I rtii adjaert latliid s Ipilea- '-l-.- liii- ionlithi, ha- been by far tlhe
I !- i I.- hlii(. '"l.ili Juli. thin ;Alli- ni,, I,,--,-ftl, I.,itli i n si.ifit fat-
cutoff (l- ill .\A ul~ -.t, Kitlv ill S p.0- (,lilali,-e alid tilt alliloul t ot, lf l mioiliy
t-iemlt.r, oiratige.- in ll-c.neitiI-wr anli e(Xlex|lidf-i, than ainy year in the lii--
.lasinary, oo that I.ra'-ti,itlly a Iimai'-. t,,ry o,, tile state. Thie section biloegall
liil a ill >l .lt him alln lEnoiil- all lthe l -arlier thi- year than formerly. The
\-ar tr,,iiil weatsier itn the north aind ea-t was s.-
I t.. i. I- inld*-d, a bio i ticit' relordl v*'', driving l ourii stoo thle tropi's
.f it ,i t-li taIe- g-t tlg I 4',"W t lit lof lit- ,arlyv to -,tc e tliht- rigeor- of winter.
let-l a r*--of tolasant-o-, wlinhi< ; i.eo a- j'i'li-e rail roads, too, have ,beenil in I'll- i- ti. tht- -,cord ielt for that an-r.'aae i inlls.,rtallt factor, iill Inakinig tih -,,a-
ai lia % re- il tll,- W illd. It i. t alu-, -' ,,ii ti -icn .... Mlore trait, faster anti
ilt.-4I Illat tlhnt v4-gtall.l-s ault fruit mo cominfiortab.-, have bct.ii'.ttt d
i..i. ii tieh l:'*tl 'Coast I.rinigs ill-siit- thih year. All trunk line-. re.a-hliiing
hint Ik.-'*, net to tie farii.r-rs.. the -i-tat. have inaugurated l -hdlieutlhs
*ile *-ti ion of tlil country i- pram thai:t wt r- e-t-sially invitilnger tio t

tirally ll uemleroken ftied l;or twenty
las ile f piifieaipplell yet tli"'e it wa-
Silly 1 alidevelopilsI. At onle till',
**.)ly -'N- l '1eat- of Vt.gelile s.
*-re pl d il-I t le tIhret- liuiidred
Uli1 *Ity '.*-ve-i nii f rilt- 4f Ii -
a set of tli- it-t ( 'oat -y- '
t1-lin IA-t year sv'-r -ix hUIilrl' !
ti..iesstiil crate-o of tomato-wn and eg-
SlaiIt- aleinse ere-laippl-d oivtr Il he -yl-
to* l in -de.-s ihe truit. Wb'helin tle MNi-
Ilia\es-Ueniitl.' were started Llier e
i-rt- Ilily et-lit voet" Tl''hie followiil
N. se tilr the'r- waere fiv<'. hluilire-d,
aI.,1 10.l dIstrie'tt waa- I.lthi only lonie ini
It I. -I ima arnit.iil Itor M.- Kinl-y. Peoptl-l'
lie\a ,***ie IsI thel re fro iII atll
. \r ttw,. .eouttry, I(ut mot-ly frtoil
li.. w itil- ii p land o4f thi Nortlih e-t.
At a .liti.aI r.'elptiin, oif which thir-
I *.'.1 lslit- wetlrerew'irt. it was found
lt,(l ., I\ .** llie-i w rt, fr- omi thie 'alis.

I he- I'. kl-r's "touriAst" i- niow cv-
*ir ilbt.h t.e-t i t'l 4 -t %e'tiioni and re-
#-,It- tlh. -itvelopiienit gioil onl i- al- .%etonld ite* twlihef of thioe. who
ilave iniever felt tb tuciih of Flagler.
I hI la-il 'ioa.-t railway of Florida is
It -t.altly today the Iest known system it- age in the world. It spends.

lhlea-uie -eekera,:d :tlie invalid. It
h ias been I only tw ety feol r li0,rs frinti
New YNork ho St. AlUii.u-tiir+ aind tlie
1:i i Ii,1-li igt i l oft ilit' 0 n 4-t 1i 4 il iti'ago
anld the ('il\ by tlie Sea. TIii" anini-
il.i It i oIf liiti e aMild ,V'Itc'e liat tiiea8le
it Ip-o-ihle, for (lie New Yiorker- to at
-iilpper at hli, oWin hlionte and take te lt
it-xt veltiiliig tli al illn (li ,'aft-s of tile
sin s ar j*ala'ces of lh- s.uith.
Flo,,rilda always will I.#- a p1 a-uire-
resort. It lims taken from, I 'aliflorntia
lite bulk of thi. winter Ili-ii .--s. It i
ev-t iliow true that few l .l'-oni- g to I
II.. I 'a. cille friom tlie .':I-t. Florida -1.
I.tit a day aKnd a 1liglit away. The'
Iraliition is so fascinaitig aind unex-
elleid ly other trips that it will always~
he p pular. T ie Florida htound tIour-
i-t from (lie north gseei- to bed within a
la-t look on the i.cit i s aind let aind
-nowl to Ile awakenelid by thee -o g of
(Ie inmokingblird awl tlie glory of lthe
miagniolia anid slorange blo-.oln. It is
as though he lihad stepped from lie
darkniess into ieth light, so ,1uick is the
journey from ite winter into spring.
And Florida is not sleeping over hter
oloplrtunities. S~ie watched the great
iintlux lof tourists into the -tate with a
Iusiiness eye. The hotel men were

W ~M Invisible

Meanus ad air, and whether it Enm y to Healh
comment from the low lands and
n+u .tIhe oif the country. or the filthy sewers and drain pipes of the cities
anil towna.. its effect ulnm the human system is the same.
These atnimosph-tric poisons are breathed into the lungs and taken tup
t\ the bhlued, and the foundation of smie long. debilitating illness is laid.
. hi:i and fever, chronic dysippsia, torpid and enlarged liver, kidney
tTrut.h-., jaundic- and biliousness are frequently due to that invisible foe,
M.lAnrIA. Noxious g ases and unhealthy matter collect in the systern because
thr livtr and kidneys fail to act, and are poured into the blood current until
it l- som polluted and sluggish that the poisons literally break through

S1Itr~o -ls' %4, 1 i qli t'.iiI i'- t r'II ar, --fI r.-g:1 lid

moet :tlway,4 --ur'. I )loll'(lie Ita exile
wheii Dr. KNi rn's ~Ne-w I i-viivery for
'f0.lji-'ilijt i~li n%%ill ihire 3poll atthioniae.

'ugh"A, ''5 ibs, and u1 llthnirsat and itiItg
do-a-fn e itrt Ik. ITIs.. ir'-.1 ,lsea.I rinlg4
rt-l-i f. \-'tmiiidinttig, c4itr'es re.-tit fro fin
Is4'rji'.!v.tif is-. TrIial Iloot les free att
A mit i-N~,114 'I loly i sg Sto4 re. I rive 5.Oh-
ands '~I~ Every' I esttle gt:iiratuitt'd.4
Martel Items.
A\ S li.t-141i hi I ra it i r ell1 i i 4ji v l oi t o4shotw-
er-,M still a)' Iighi I. 4 'rot lgetieral ly
have been iiwt.rkeil and :e eire ~hisa lie to1
in t #)it n rapieil izr' '" li.

sistliig J.hIt. Itrolifk-i, (itfarelin
0"k -Lure :tid poj.,i4t'stl'.t
T1hie 8;iti lay so'itohil, at Martel has
spenetel titil*r two'-at tavibral sic fitt-
sloit-ee.. auiltiid weftflivio-W l.'soissrev*i ted t
toy th seiit ~hi lars 'are' w sri Ii oiti nsi ta-
64il hby (killer MI] II it.l
Tilt*- jetirot"ins iifte Nlart*'l school

really fuir tile rtu'.li. 'Thlat will, ver%
iiiee rfor tile guests. H eretofo're iianly
who went latte r~tuslid all tilene roo
takes and! til e 'iii..aii.gonell.

rul e. nill- il,,tel-+ wo Ir.* j,,-xous'atoev-
ery s.tu.-!4. Thert, wtrv ho~tieturned
away. Trhe hoittl-k have beeti enlarged, lu xuriv?.:are :ti~t '1midand the
vi!-i to r, IVet iii, *re fr .i 11 it i 114lley.
And -%%. t ill e es lltill, of t htle

t'ar' .)f hiih" 4'~4 thsitv( kr itl't-

Good for Rheumatism.
[,.'t.t f.tlII I .' ';i' udit o v ill, a ve'ry
'~v Ie :ie :t t :i. k I if i i i i Ii I t r10itit itinati-iii

whAich, I hadt4-e.*,olvt riwtl 1ill thet

If-iu,, N. .1. 1l-ir -:dle hY %nt Miinniisnllvl


Will Ship 10,000 Boxes Oranges and
other Fruit in Proportion.
lIUt'!iI11a We Fetlive.I 1 very jVIdea-.
a it viie r. "Ill 'Mr. ii \li.irV. ''ii bu.If

M1r. \\ all to.* :61t iitIit-t 'veryt Iii ig

ali'sit, 101141141 I-I 4) '' il. 41f igt.. frouuuj

Mrn. \Vllitice, "%will lhitve liolre Eor-
a Ii~v1.-4 t han ,iti :h Vetlivi' hart lof the
4'tmiiity, fsi* (:i al I rki'-' 1,11.11,0411((ld ed
frt. Ahilie i 14,11 1mb- inlsre thati
e'veir h,,.fnre.''
Ili I vit' ly to a 41114L.- i-Ill 44I'' it'l'ivae 24
fit \%al lasII I 1""t (l if l le.'wiving
jl~t ow-00Ilk It % v (11)\k151 t von-4N ast

get .,io-k andi vviyhslv i-\1 kalwa'2ys ill
good -iiit. .\ hliSk-i-i;tU do~e'Iln't
t a ii'! :11i% ''jirv i Ib1 l'l i'-, lit- *liotv-

Ii.jr~ii'.lt- ttk- 1e5.t(41 iou-0e mll; or'
lW'oinrg ait-d a-4 to: t h i I..-t raw i erry
i114t1u-trvY. mll. vi-illor '76.l that I 11:4 1iy
wverv taking 114it tl 14114i!t 'iil bfr

ItOLLS FROM Only the l, st
O1 It OVi\N material goes..
ilto th lie ovel alil
only tile
rolls ouit. It is delightfully irisp awl
wholesome. A few slices buttered is ai
mea:il ii itself and alniimt as nutritious
as Tleat.
Orders for Bread, etc., ('can be more
satisfactorily filled by

than lby any other bakery in town.

To Whom it May concernr n :
'We, the undersigned members (of
the McEaehern Lumber Company, of
Pine, Marion county, Fla., have thi.
day sold to McEachern Lumber ( 'om-
pany all our interest in said company,
the McNEachern Lumber 'orn paiy as-
sumiing all liabilities and all bills are
payable to them.
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For Tigoer.

No use to hunt tigers with
bird-shot. It doesn't hurt the"
tiger any and it's awfully risky
for you.
Consumption is a tiger
amonr diseases. It is stealtliy
-but once started it rapidly
eats up the flesh and destroy\vs
the life. No use to go hunting
it with ordinary food and med-
icine. That's only bird-shot.
It still advances. Good heavy
charges of Scott's Emulsion
will stop the advance. The
disease feels that.
Scott's Emulsion make-s the
body strong to resist. It
s',thes and toughens the lungs
and sustains the strength until)
the disease wears itself out.
Send for free sample.
SCOTT & 1 )WN F. ( 1,C-mi~t-1, 4., 'Plirl St N.Y.
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1 I ', anl c iinpltte tret atrlleit, c niisi-titing of
.i.,; : cap-l t--l ofl Oi tllll lient aild two
h X A i iiiilii tilt A ilrV -l-tti l in til l ot (
1' V.1 V atii'atlre a eidl-gree. It nxkm'- .1 1
*, I ; u \with the kmlit whic' h i p inf,: iul, ailnd
ii :'-nilt i ll dl ith. lnsiiil '-l-cs" al ,; ei l-
diic thin- terrthle dit lltcit ill .ti e h ?1 "ix.. Not.rle. nllo p:Iv. ,I"'
:ia l i a ; i., ti n u t l y I luiil. .>:jiii Ihu s
fri e.
OINTIENT .15' ANDi 5 'C.
cni led, Pilf 'n ve.nt.l. I, y
G rON Tll fl Japallet--- ivetr t-llt- thlit
great liv'tr anl' t olt Unaclth rIeg lat1)r 3a 1i ld I' l
pIrttihi ". mllall, t.n liIl alld plt-asa:iit til tal't. rs
pi, cia:lly adn:aptld ful chlulirei'. i.. -ilOy d.Ioe"
n nt. Anlti-Ml'ioply l)rug Stort e0 'ala. 2


TONIC AND VITALIZERI r ,%ll with Wll itlt
nlm :Tiltcftr o .irlle elt v'oIPs dliility.loh t vitality,
lfilitllit ili-ll s y. tits. i nzl ilr -ss, iy-trlia. stoip-
ail it:lilisol tl hel Ii, voit a t.v t y t t'all- .1 l% haid
hl:0il or t xc'. -iv i iw ti r to* hac'i *piu i.
l int i-. or "living thev pace tlat kill.. It w'altd
.,itf ll .tlliity. conll lptioil i and at:ilh. It c ar' :T-
tht- bil.,i aild r luitiri. Imi1ls up lthe -ba'tltrT !
lit'e~i-, r tut '- tlhe C til< 1 v11 iuth.a d 1 :l. l u i g- th1 .
pink l1\w to p:Il: i, c ks- and ail m k v.1; 'vo .tmi zi
.ti1l -tronll ag .tin 24 1 X \ ; -,x ity im:ail tt.
,iy adltit-'ss. A alit i ln' ,p' l v l Drug tourt. 2

Womanly Beauty
SparklinEg Evesandil Brighlt Fac-s
A\ e I thI'lllt-' o nlil Netd r s.

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m* ill lio ttelt-ll llle i It lliihlltl p ,nil i, I R I.
p i--au thtoull i igli tIl' iin irli.'.l.
I. \'A' ioh )J will timl it :. w' il'.ru h l 1 !it i l.
: in sif\-. 4 le-:n- thr' ?, er >;- th Iii- i nin .endl
S'ii u tlil> lt- w l' ,1 -,-tn.l takt -h ., W .'>irnii
I..... lV 'iniig ainl Ft:l 'wo ng. o ic ,. ,.
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'a I cut ~lii IC jet liii.

to" Vote ill *aid primary elpections s hall
haave, (he. right (A) vote for tileecamdi-
flate f-or Viiwi!4ed statil-!Aseniator, one
metutieruIt'rfvi'lptigress, (itie justice of tile
-ulcremne 4murt, (loue secretary (If state,
4&11e41oil 4itljtrililer, two railroad comn-
ttnk -~i4Itir., the number of members
4i the hoisie tof representatives -to
w~t4hichem-ch county is entitled by law,
io'ie tax xmsessw4 or. ltte county treasure-r,
tive C(Iulty (.4 Ilimhsi~ineCs anid three
metieal*r,' 41fa eclUlity hoard of public
iii-! rmel iom EI-Ai such elector in

tIT- i A' mhlI have the right tovilite for
c4,114, taci elate. foIr ;tate .Qtihator.IEaich
-uca l...f~ril the lFiftht and41Sixthi
itilio'iael Icat..u'.-.ll havte. tile right
141 c 4cItq- to[' ec46114, e tt4l iqlte fic I's~t~ate at-
14 1 lit-V 141141 v'ciil- ..chity r f~lr his

ill Cite :aid V iiiiteel sttitt -%unatito~rs,

-!rtll ilhc N% t h iic:till.c hit rman qpf Ii.' thisz
'-mc ,tI tt.d, tillioi l, il-flathe I111the fur
.1, eel Ic,% A .t1. V-112,l elgairgme ( if Imu114'

-I Icitiiju 41 uc i m ti :-4 ibla k it)ef tlie fur-
it;-l fee Il cct ct--till. cf-hairmt' ittand 44ac~-
lie I Ic ccl .1 I Y le el llcama f lt' 4)fI, dic'i it 1

It I I 'll o fft h o 411 1fi l l ia it.' ji l t i e c i I

:1 0, ut ..i'I cIl c it i, 0 13Ie..= 01-i it leri

'~; tl lci iic;tori t uill Ii fltttitc it tt-4

I rd I, 'c cj I I 1. ic. I -*-#- cFit m 101 -.i4 It.

af& Ildlt..!1,ifile-t A .vr 1. elftit l l'%
lt i reI, a!, Ietr '~n (01kh' d i inf tll
iii _te leg- tillc.' itoittc~i ccnali ~t ha allti

lie iteIwr~t i 4elitv ~4e ltiven st) fi led12A.4

C iI. ~ foil -11,1eItie'll:tiubO" lt 41 the 41f

.*I lie l, t 1t e .av ei tii.AII '4 f r
l~t. catlit e jnaile11!41 14111, i lilt elf~

I Ilie maite ec piit4'1 41(1 tich S f ll' elth'-"

I Iici i .i a !.t.' i-cc It Ii Ita t-td. t- o

Iliet Il..'- i i the -ta te .4 re I reic-y r'
-a c'I fully i ti-t I telv'i, 4ijlwrat4' with
Ii It "0111 111itaitvv 4'ill Ithe tteclelilg ccl,5--aid
llriiit41- lcc'io a ndc, tel te eicairnmiaa

(cie-'ef lilt- e'iwirttit iC 2(iflany iC-ilglt-s
-i-1 41 c'eltttfl itl-t., c11 fI'h t)el tt- elhl-
li-lwd t'cf 1111 ernticel I'. lthe chcairutaii
eett le (.1111 4' 4 cl1tiill I--es tile 11211114-,,
'"f CKttIIeIIale'- farirtelltilimitlit 111fair coln-

&Zre ill u- 1 A Iiii t1 4, lt ('-iliiI-l cclitIiei

N i' .'tW ~zI Ill jet hen iitiry elect j( 'li-
I w t I v'lo a lla.t Iortp.iart-4h it~il(]uzsed
il wt~dett' ith ilt-tue lciavis-iowitof
the.- .taitd e'ec'Ictifi laA, aitlid l -all lie
pId ltlciItlte i41 di-tril~tetat.undiier ithie cli-
rt-c'tieclii quf tli t-' nfliera i'tt (illity q'ilc-

elfi -si i li:ileil= -ii:.l lit- Idlu-te el. fl-'t.
lice i (of :' iC ll a ftlidatc"' for I 'llit'(
ca.- c-i t:tIer-. a r I'ageelin:ill -icif M-
4i iIc t lile' :t* el hex!, tle-it, Mi it's

uef ii C:liltI, tifor in ic lltt hel' ielf e rei

uin c IAillith .'e"Illi, 211. area ii.'1i~l Cu-le ilc
liii- 1 i'ti, I et i lt" 111110.4 of All u'aiIeIcl4ates
fir lateciiiIe'e :1,1 icxt. lit tit#' for-
dcIII Alicit-Ic!hI11ybe 'I .4'.4'riIbt-(I Icyfine
p"tci 4 *1 W1.4'C 4. 'talIv e'e cliti i it t.'es, tile
ti~lia- ~.l ietlelsid.1~c(ci t i efil-#-:,o it-

144,1 acljc -ahl5iI.-i tiiih ii4,t 4'd\"I(Ii fell i

tillIll itfli.1'1 Of IhIe v4''r i Iis IE t II Iit S
-h al tt WI lil~t.ceixth 4l:tv mlt(d'
-,a~'i ;ciht~ty, is'-meu r I'if IalIltice rc--
tttli i. 11. i~e'tAt thle E.(ulityc ladtirt.
Ilp a. C411%:14 li eli'3'c ft ,421 tine I't

li-a iie't i e-cim te 1 kIt',iV t'trV 11-1t

-e i~t~l ci .c~i eclt~~tI'tt-'. an illif

Ace el 4- I ie' t. '* -i -1 41 the'14

.eOittcluittlf.alah to, lle.- tt ilwuir-I' bEf tine

r* t clI4C(e 1112'Iile rezutil4- f !ai4i
in ~ ~ ~ ~~tvm tcc1' l't elciiI 'Irre-petht4ive4'

41 iter i,- ilna lliuri' liing o4nliditiint
tlli- we-k. Evervythini ih looking
line, nltwiti-tftidiiil tlie indeed of

Fishiiit is thaIe onily siort we 1 have
dlowitn on tlie river, liut 1t i. usually
well tended onii Stuiirday.

Th'ie newI ferry Ioat was put illn po-
-itioii Saturday, A iril 1'2, and is now
ready to carry passengers over in

After thIe new Iotat \ AS put in oir-
der dinner was served by Mrs. N. ('.
Dleas andI Miss Iutila I)e:-i, and all
those preseniit enij)oyed a liharty meal,
after which the group separated, leav-
ing Mr. N. ('. l)eas at his post as fer-

Miss Pearl AIlin left Saturday for
her home in Lecant,. ('Come again,
Miss Allen, you will be welcome at
(alter ati all times.

Mr-. lHras- returllned.,Friday, ac,.iiom-
panlied Icy her si-it-r, .Mi-s<- lerie Blut-

1i,)l' leave Gaiter lout of the ring
tbeall--use you)I think her weak. Gaiter
i- all (). K. We make Sunday the
iplea-aintest day (of the week \We
have Stinday school at llo o'tcl(hk a.
ll.; prayer meet-inig at .I o'clock p. in.;
followed with a singing school; allso
an e'xtia: eliit ritailiient for the even-
ing. Whitat imort f euld heart wish
for "?

(Gaiter is all (). K., and she may be
a large city s'nie day. Who knows-?
s 'ome oif I(.aiter's young Iimen are
looking Ibetter this week. What is
tlie matterr' We'll, I know, ibut Wil-
lic' said "inot tell.'' JACK.

To Cure a Cold in One Day
Trke -Laxative Brolini Quinine Tab-

leti, All druggists refund the money
if it fail,- to cure. F. W. Grove's sig-
nlatl'ure is on eacll box. e'. ;

Doings at Ocklawaha.
S gusta. tva., where lihe will take a posi-
tionii iin lie insurance ofvlhe with his
brhilhit r, 'I inti.

J. T. 4 a 'liOi 11 i family left on the
I lit to .sptlid ilthe sIltier months iat

their farm llnear Na-shiville. Teln.

Mr. and ilrs.\liiteof lhosti, Mass.,
have rettirl.-I little, to the regret eof
tile nilaliy friends th ey mitade while

here speieding the winter and spring.
l'ariitis here are foriliing a stock
'4co1litpallly to putl up a bean cru-her,
e.tloitt gil aitid ice pl-tnt coiUbinied,
tlit will have smtitle in operation as
'-so d s ci I- os.lie e. C
No A lit'e- ii the -'ate can Ie found

liurit-r wat *r C.i i ill sparkhlilig Iake
\\tir for lhie nakinig of ice.
Tice residents of I andler, Ilake VWeir

anid O'klawaha are delighted with
the pitol-pect of 811an lectric road to

The decision as to canvass and rul-
ing of the county committee shall be
final as to county candidates, includ-
imnr nembers4 of the legislature, be-
fore such primary.
The county executive committee in
each county shall, through its chair-
man, seven days before the holding of
said primary, certify to the chairman
of the state committee the number of
qualifled white democratic electoi-, in
each precinct in each county. Upon
the final canvass of the votes cast ini
said primary, if it shall apllear that,
by error or fraud, more votes have
heen east in any county or precinct
for United States senator or any state
fIlljhe than could legitimately be cast
in siuch icounltIy or precinict, the state
executive committee slihll have power
toe correct (lie returns ti01 s:tid county
or precinct a to .- 4)h ot(li e, so as
tojuit'ifvy iht re-1ult oft said election.
I'.t'h caii(lidlate for o)fie lbeting
voIted for shall have tile right to place
one wat, her and chl allenger at the
polls iat eal hlirt ,inct in every county,
which said watcher and challenger
shall be .illitled to lIe preselit during
the entire time thlie polls are open, to)
chliallenge v4ioters and 4alio tto witness
the counting of tlie vote and certify-
inig of thlie result after the polls are
closed. The ballots, poll lists, returns
and otqhir records otf the eletioni shall
lie pre-served I.y thle county exexltive
('viilitiet. after the lriliHary has beenit

n ISfi. Query; VWhat would blIe the
4on(lditioni today butt for Ithe i-inexpect-

d and utipronisedl increase in the t
upply of gold ?-( Co0 illiler


Udectre rendered on the :7th dai vf .Mtrt hi
. I .0o2. O v the Ion table W. lihnll ck.
judge ot the Circuit Court of the- .tli Jniii'i;il
iiric it of Florida in niui fir .l'Mari ni oulnty, III
liancery in a certain cailst lt >iilng in ; ild ;
cultt wherein John I \Wilhiti-in wa. coit-
lainant and Kate Crow thti. a; iitillini-trltr \
t tile '-tat- of Salluiiel Cruwtlit'hr, it-cea-i l.
ndl the -ait Kate tcrother inhlividialyv anld
others we r defendantt, 1. the p-|et -I
Al Ma.Nistr unalmd aind ;alppolnt-d in aid decrc i
a execute the amile will on
Ml. ,dar !h.- h /!ida .I / .a A, 1). 1W "
etwt(en the hour,- of II i. mn anlI p. 111. i
rolli of tile south door of thet touirt hl.-'ii iI
)iala, Fhloidai, offer alld i-etxp)e t') i tlet ;iland
*ill s,11 to the highest and et-at ftid.ltr, lor ca-h,
he mortgaged premist., in 'aid d-ecree dt sc: il d
s follows, to wit
The nurth half )(f the wr- ,hall of tht- wt-t
alftof lot thirty -one ; of ('a dowel' addiliun
) the town (now city of Ocala. in tht county
f .Mation and state of Florida to be -,ld tl
ati~lvy ,aid decree
spfci~:al Ma-ter in Chanctry
Complainants ,sohcitor 4 4


H AVING. qualified as administratorof t-tate of
J. 1) NETTLE.-'. deceased, notice i- hterclv
iven to creditors. legatees, distributees and all
.....-c l...- 1- claims. or rdemtand naRainist said

Mr. ('. 0. Jones has moved to Dun-
nellon, where lie will engage in the
bottling works business.
Arthur Gallipeau reached home last
Sunday, having been pardoned. He
came home sick, hut we hope he will
be well again in a few days.
The crops are looking well.
We hope that Oliver Rhinedon will
stop writing about our public square
being a "hoodoo." We think lie has
the worst of the argument.
04 ( .V 1N A I..

I':ven the most vigorous and hearty
people have at times a feeling o
weariness and lassitude. To" dispel
this feeling take Herbine: it will
impart mianly vigor and vitality.
Price 541 cents. Anti-Monopoly I)rug
Store. In

The Ocala Rifles Return Thanks.
0A..A, FLA., April 146, 1,#412.
To the editor of tae Ocala Bannier
The O)cala tailles wish to thank all
the people of (O:tla for their kini ias-
sistanlie in our efforts to raise ntians
for our trip to tihe ('harltston expo-si-
lion and their kindlly interest int our
welfare at all times, and W e- a.-ire
them that we spent a most eiijoyaible
timli in that famous 11ol southel-rn -ity.
We also thank our newspapers ftor
tleir co-operation and aid.

8s-c. O.hala Ililhs.

Call for Meeting of County Executive
A Meeting of the D)eine.ratie < ',in-
ty Executive ('oniuittee of Marion
countyy is hereby called fr ,Saturday,
th- li6th of April, 19012, for the purpose
if Providing for the selection of :a new
olinunittee, and tilhe tilliiing of va'an-
ies on4111 tie 1141, and for such their

business as may be then presented to
.0 the co llilkittee.
N .:i 1. M A l..:>,,

For State Senator.
I hereby announce myself a candi-
late for the latee senate from the
twentieth editorial district .Mlarion
tnd Stlinter counitiest subject to rat i-
Fiation by the people in a plrimiary
election to lie hereafter called Ilv the
ilenioturatic Executive olitniinitti'e.
Respect fully,
('. M. lh1o\\0 .

For State Senator.
I hereby announce that I will ie a
candidatee foir st:j.t s-.4-iiator in hlis
listri,.t before the next democratic-
,rimarie.. W J. ('IIA M l-I:K .

The ladies of the Fort lI C('oy Bap-
ist church will give on Friday night,
April 1Sth, ait the residence (of Mr. aind
lirs. H. C'. Martin, an ice cream and
trawierry supper. A good time i-
inticipatd. Everyilody cordially in-
,ite l.

The 16 to I Theory.
The g old tugssay that the increased
production of gold has killed the sil-
ter question, and in a;:ying this they
.dmnit that the ,uantative theory is
orreet. They deIounliced lhis theory

-,ta.te ot F i,,iia la. M anI.,n C(,intlv. .-
I certify that on thn-, day p'i-.i :. i,; 1;-..
bcfor t me in the count -l ifit,r,aid. 'l *P.:,1
C ,oolidge, Benljanin J. l',,ttIet aiiit i '.-l
and aC.knowledge'd that tht% t xt- itr i utl t,'h-*
gaing propo-ed charter i-f thi thIou Ii -' .-,
Witness my hand au l if, al -i -'a Ih \t;.i, 1
10. I iu2,
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ciin i t.;1 I iii k.1q'c u. c l it-;41 -I ;! i
1 tilt \%It- t,--tla il ilt-i ye lt, it a l In. U.r'
Cliutttc lt civIit A. ord.F f % l'iii. :. !;u 1 1U 1
the a i 'tiuct.11ici.ll if wthu tiltit 41. i
and ibIiij 1. ,, f pt- c

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Il.l It l Rm. l,, Led A i utifil 1 -

g..ut .ccit I r.14 a ;n I I I~~u t.i- i
te F .tCI inc thuR Ii al '1 1, -. c tI k1
J 0 11 Nrh \uti.ctt II-,xrAtk ti j tN, Ii te eI
of lta it h.- 1 1: .. '-II.,it C. 11e1t11 C\ I I -
tic I.) th tihe ititUn t I -.rTt I ci tir Jnt z
-Ih-i, ; ui'rl 4t ITI eiHIit- I I tArIcl ~lc!. J'h dIilt i-,e
t.h1)gaje attal nd titock f th er. IciIt u .1 iu lc I
outat the-o tleJthat li. h'llrsc)!i til-0 Ic.. i'.1
h 1 e e hi It -itu-iaciti-I furee 1 mirx I Ilt-i nd. I IIc
Oil -tuck cof tit( ai tal -ctot ki of til- ;tl' l t !. 'j" -.
coidIoV t ioeceandteilget, flour -dIym", Ill:!, ccI-I
tomelkti he had ul""daibw 1""tiic,-

and tlt- id J)IIIIXV. ~r c1!oil III ,,


t tttui cit 4 -luittua fuitll ticl- IUatcrtI I, ,
I'lic. w cliog pup: e h lt ltVi In..
'rile I ')ciE 11:1cc -
it I..NJ.A4N1 N 1t4lj I' I I '
I )cala 1.-ltch A larch fi Al. It 2 2
*i'tccitv A 1c (avCu ci~iuf t y I ilt alitt.1 4 ul
'ct l'te of i Men Bc T h. II' t l ,,l"lt w- I 'I
i-.ttuwtia 'alt ta I'uitti Vri, idcnti- -t cI uv
cc'rui to lice incon pr at, II l Iti. f tilt~h iic

thuintticvc--for h~iet pulutthc.i antd 11
fillcuxt.iiig u i artt-r1fir liti' t ituic:-cict.iti
tFtr.t IThe ineI1it oh -.Cil ui. '~I t -hd.
N1 SteN*I'llI 40 )%11 C ,\l1,N\ IV
4.teai ofhcfi Cct t an ;ia.i o I. 11i1it "t ll ;-

"iu it O! 'CMa eiit m tNw Fltflu f ila. mA-%%it'.!:.

tIe- transa.ctedt is that lc. cc -I iiig I x 1:,
I1,cc gift4Tt ci chie'ritl-.Ii. To lcI ., I Ic
city Iicll ail lt nel a 11 ,I iI i't i .ett I
thiltreui t I, c -llI c i ,itI ti u't'\%''
'ahitti to minetit. Irephrt Itoi ntartk.c 1,11i\ ii'.
1411 -hati rock anivciothr phi-phom ~e a-uii
nwltiut w~ tiin ri to4 Igpitt' uc, I! in ''n ,1 .1 -
it1 4i)1i 1 ci, et~tcutitt .iutci tc u 'and I
pltpatc.e-aliuef(,ir niiti~krt .eii lii..'ci .

t hir ih te a"Il ltt4It -rii.ta'.id -I.. -III
JIfIuea-.ileT li llel-.. ittiut'ii I, Ic THi-1 I-
Thi:rd 'oIthuliar auth ritic ItcIi ci'lt -
Quhr. of tic I. -paru :01in f It hcif littI i
r-lach Juto Ilut it a t In lit".tt h.Icil I- I,'! 't
i'd ci ldiU in ers "Id t C ilA!I
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for letter- patt iii upon i L111c ~
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thr pritie I m I "la, t ::e!I

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Opcti iiliVt Iti-1 ccltui leailll-lt

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att.cbershses Sunday.
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SR al __ Chose Sanborn's

i.Scaret UE$TeIOK al

Brand! lIrands

SPar Exce!!lence Lends the World'

I Wha Shall We Eat ?

): lour, tie IO ELIS.K, has tive .
S ii\< i !ur trade lias ogreativ iIU -HM^' I i -
!Ii thi S iII (- f(i I verv m uch encoura '(il tIItt
e i i ;i Flour that will do exactly as it is Yr
Sirepre lsl('I t-i, time---make ( 0oo( d read, iscuit leor ,l. ,
MO-- t es. I haven't usQl it, just give it a trial. Stop l aving I,, ti -tri

S.Use t,,e Same Precaution in the Selection of Your |

SCoees Teas and all other Groceries. I
'iOE( Evn, o"1 ie' familar with cheap grades of Coffeean and kno i that
1p it takes 10i o thre times the quality ISto make Coffee with tro l a1si
I pri K ce.

Atge nUe t- i tSl m elicious ARomin the Selectio in uvinof Yourthe st

glgrad)let and( If4. 3
..! whe-n for a \i- v little difference, you can purchase the famou)s ( <)llt_' tl! 3
T. 'et 1toI 1p (i l l\SEi & SAN BORN, which has a wtorl-w io

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B But wha- you can buy 2 cans of Corn for 25c, and some you can get as
many a, ,; bu'; what results? More times, half or three-fourths of the
Corn is t.h ownv: out after being cooked. Why? Because it's tough,
coarse and nard Not so with t

Royal Scarlet Evergreen Corn
O'N- While we ,q-.1 them 2 cans for 25c, they will compare with any Canned
Corn you can buy at 3 for 50c, or 20c a can. We stand right back of tiaem
and invite c.--ma)rison by opening and cooking together. There is nothing
- better to b- had than our ROYAL SCARLET BRAND of goods. Try
NO-^ them and be convinced' by actual use.

Bke sure and -ive us a call when in the city. We have the Goods and want
SOL' to trade with us. Yours for more business,

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