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Title: The Ocala banner
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Title: The Ocala banner
Uniform Title: Ocala banner
Ocala banner (Ocala, Fla. 1883)
Alternate Title: Ocala daily banner
Daily banner
Physical Description: Newspaper
Language: English
Creator: Ocala banner
Publisher: The Banner Pub. Co.
Place of Publication: Ocala, Fla.
Ocala Marion County Fla
Publication Date: May 2, 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: VID00638
Source Institution: University of Florida
Holding Location: University of Florida
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Resource Identifier: oclc - 18660476
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Golden Wedding Anniversary.
.t'In. Ntlo.,rt lImilowkIv' i, h. aud a re-

0-t'11 11 4 )ala. HeIt' h. Iet'ria:tsoldlier
jit t1.4 (wi 4:l= IH'e tnte-rt-d one 2u"a pi-
vate atiliiwa-a t4 c pi~el romotedt
unt1 i l he rt':ii'lit file ixalteol irank of

I If pE'a'*t* allol ill star the has e,.atiI4ifvcil
thae 1111hol6d14'i dI Iffihitiielee orI li-, tel
1. It11i/.'t'4. \\ lien b~arely tw4-t'tt-
Elfi Iy't'':*r- ti f :,e Ilit, wat- ci ~t'itP 'l clerk
w' ti ic 'f, r tc it *'''iirt off th i- toutitv.
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F1.'it61Y a. ,1tt 11f.#-h ifbeen bIt"'e
il-I-- Ft "64! 12261 tt:ii,4hiItar ill thaie
1' -a i1u'- i- hide ~TE h 9(ll i~ll the3

'Ill it-2 ma'iit Tt.. Ilftllhas'i114lee(I bell,
ill41' t h i''if 2%11'. 4:tii faVel't: l' ii th"a
['*1164"' o Th ()dilhas beei l Jlt -wt ues
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tattoi't'-t tE Thilt'w~haide ity. anti through
INav- NIi' 2 i-hit'l t"x' 'Itvtr Ittcardon and1(
H lim. N. .\. Ilu'Ctijirol t'IiogratulatitInli

Spring Ailments.
lii-ret i- an aching andi tired feeling
thlli livr, o~wls and kidneys become
ii- i i-1h I aI inactive, thlie digesatiion
iiimipired, with little or no alpletite,
lno1 tailitlionli fr lanythiig, and a feel-
ini that tlit whole b oiy and triindl
lint 41s toninti up. The trouble is, tiat
duirinig winter there has been an ac-
cumuilatiiioni of waste matter in the
system-i. IleIrbine will remove it.
reure t( ti the -.ctretiojs a right exit,
and by its' tonic etll'et, fully restore
the wat.ted ti-.sues and give strength
in plave Eof weakness. .*'lO at Anti-
Moinoipoly I)rug stire. ni1
Another Runaway.
Dr. D)an i Morgan Smith sent his
bugiy ltolnday to the Ocala High
Sclioml for hit- f.on, Morris, and the
little fellow had jut got into the buggy
as the boys'. wtre being let out for
r.'ce-, and thie lorse became frighten-
ed by their niEse, turned quickly
around and in doing so, capsized the
builry" and threw Morris and the
driver out, and the animal ran for a
considerable distance before he was

Death of Nelson H. Bel!.

the fivath ()f\Il1 a lm. vv 11a6' i .'.Lh I I I C -

ruary, I'..and at the" timte (CifIlls
death was just en teiinug Upon Idsii '4
He maurriedi an aunt o~f M Ir- I )A 1
Morgan Smithi, 4f this city tawl ffr
fort -i i year!.- their umar'ried l it'.' wa
at. Smoo4)th a* to 1,1trIi It .- water'- atil atI
gent i t lewthe soft ('adveIvqt-.of t a!.qitig.
Duiring a, large part tof Ili.,IM it*4'Mr.
J~eI1 w4s a ma flutttiArirer, lIm: a immii-

Virginija Kgt'nI.'aiata''thatt Il-Int'J:,.!.
Virgiinia famuao m *44011- 111141nit tEEPv.
For'Itile 10,1't -ixtcc'l tiwn111611 \1"X[r.
B~ell izadte I l)i aii, lmaie, ,:6114 1EoV Ili-

frit',ai't o ult i r eII'jIipjlt'.
Mr. t'h'. K l's emiaiili" 44'Ie hlat-li tIE

l~alin Eggs f

liua t' Thv*'it.aytV 1 o l gM f I'l~t'

ing from p ure' bred :-4. C. Hr, EWII ag-
ho rnii. CGood lIint''h igaranIt'eedI Hiigha
lass Belgiani Hare-.. Write fopr piIice
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Death of Mrs. Alsopp. IperniaIn<1nlt ,or'gaiizattioii a:i, 1 -1. ftl
1-.arly Sunday m.rniing Mrs. ('laried traiisactioli of such othtiio i tu-in>.
Als.opp, wife of IMr. \V. W. Also\I t may ,of. efre them.
WeirsIatle, died in thins vity at tlie ---
Marion cot'unty lih-it:al, where -he Martin--Perkins
hl'd i ,Pl f, ooit te, ll d !'. The Iv MA carried, oill thie -Vtiii f .\( A il -
use t" her de.-ttlih wv 0l,.i poi,.on.- jl' _'. at the ,ho, ,- f tl" l rilO-'- t4:r-
iiti Iiits, 11r. aNi i 1r-. i John 1 \\ '0rkin-.
NiMrs. Al-Isopp \q.:- a nati'-., of IEYrl' l.- N i' Ji.hii: I t n'ill'I, f M1in--1 '10Yi t'.
ville, ia l ., and wi : nt01tl '< ir1' of \ii Dliel.i I.Pe kinl-. of 4 ,11tIr,
ag' SlifE wa-4 li: rrii-, to Mi. Al-.I r 1 i j A ,,xdIly iinu ilt.r 4f fri-.'n l- :i..t
tbiout j eight 'years agO i4 t W itlIo,. H r Ie relatives f of (lt, voilitlr-! til ,ll ':.i -
hil.'-linl .ilF ttir .' ,. lilt '.'i -l; Vivit' w tr* i, t'-t.lit to, w itti-E- tilt. t' i i,.i
lher. whichli wa- vy t".iforl-iin- vt Iy J. I'. l'i. : ,-.
''The rciiair- w ll- il['ped to, \V W ir-- ,,f l'.l,.r .
da13 Suiinday aftiTr ,oon 1iAi l w r i- 'lic rilr- wa-In it l yaitl i. uti ni >
terred t thit |' 3 y ,t*r i Iy I orI'- 1 ',. in white. T1 1, gr,,, ir! I,1',
ilil. thir ui'.sual coniv\--itin i, tl la, i",.
'lit. O .cala Kt ill...-r >t .ll- parlor was lv. utifully I,,,, 1 .ct, ,I,
pathy to tLe ..rrowing tiusl .d ,w. ,,tid v,.. r viin- l; i -
friends alil r taiv... wirrV.
At the Churches. After rt- -eivinivl tilt .*igrat'Il '.*',
'Fatir sized onil rt-ti il.s we in ait- aid to t wis e of their IllanliIyI frl, I!,,I-
t-elD ainc ;t !ll t-i t li'the c,- tit, ii w ly w\ .lhedd ,l ,ii I> l,-ft ,C 1i i
delay. fluturlt hioct' at NT-- lil uff.
The day was all i'leal nlie, aill, tilt .\A 'I::;I \i .
pastor" lrea-lit'l iiniisi u ally tii.' ser-
tiliois, the day seituiiL to leiel ini-1 i ir-
ation to, their etltorts,. h'l'ht oll witig :l'e t'hii l:tiia ,'Ef I.
At tiU lt- tihotlist .hliii'ch, before the lt artie t- oi stitutiting t -t;.Ilt.- .t i-
serlion, little 4 ladyl, Mary llai..ggett Ptaigii .' E i itt-t-e, -a*l, <.I cl fr ,il. th.-
was christenit-d. .tate txect' tive <(' oliniitt.e-. vi,
At the Plresyteri:in t'hllr'li Nlr. anl A. T. William"., F rnattiiin:
Mrs. H. (;. McDavidl anii. MNisA Jt ssie .I. F. ('rtili. '] iin 'i.
,Nh' lavid were r.veei vel into the t.I* V l',', el'-n":l a.
church alnd were given tiet, rih'i t liail F. i.. FJ. rt i ', l laltka.
of fellows-hip,. J. I). Ctlllway, Lak.' I'lty.
At the apti-t h rhin-l IFr.a kie fI- I '. L. alliier, (rlai .,l.
rat and E-ie Ie were aptie rr, J vi
an.l Miss Belle Strnilik, NMi- Lillian I Killing at Anthony.
Burke anid one or t'-wo other- jo.ilit' l.-t Monday, at Anithlitony L.-
thi.e hiurch andt will le tlapti/e,! later. W.4'lLer :iand Rl NI a ''-r I. ilit' a!.-

Notice of Examination., v lved ill a ,luarrel over at lover. wli
Notice is hereby given tilhat litte reg- thi' fEr;;itr whiipet out :t kanift-e ai'11
utlar state examinations for teacher's i ttatbliedi ler antagolni-t, tnarly ,I--
will commence e(n Tuesday,. lune 3, sev,.rin gher heart.
1 02, and tconltinue tree days. TI' Wolliail ditd itistantly.
The exanintilitnwill w oi linieli'e t All the parties ,o t lh tIlraLed.y varv
thie Ocala High Scholol building for colored.
white applicants alid at the Howard Notice.
Acadeniy building for colored aplpli- Parties indebted to tlihe lid irim of
cants. Liddn & Standley will ple-t .'4-all ,on
Each examine will bie clitarged -1, thi under.siined ard ettle tile -ie
according to law, to pay the expense a-' all accounts have b.eejin pla.-4'.d 1y
of the examination and trading the niutual agreement in my lind-, fir
papers. Each applicant will please jI clletiou. Any claims againi-t o*ti
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T,) the ):I!htu!- oicala Banntie
fia'k hark. thf- doK- du 1hayk.
The I -e~ggar- are vmt..iug t Iuwn.
~- ?fin t ag- at.1 A -,e inong-
At I I-,tIne in 'rf '',t-Vt g Wit-

V -'i :-- -- ma'i y *O :- li ;:r, V.o ;Uil
N* t- lf thll:tt f lit- .1' e k.. I n le ,, W !11,\
w :ta i. .1 f'l'lre, ;atit talk :ai-ult tIlh
Ilt',om rail :a tithe li- tI r:ti'. anildl iall
0,, tlift, blout lh e 'vidlirtlw loi,, I t hat
tlhe '..tllh. git inlto thi- lfi.-.ld l aui te
upI the corn and thel potatoes ,of the
detfe laiint, and I t-lI you. gent leimen
of the jury, that (here ain't but one
kind of a lawful fince in ieor4 y,.
where I came from, and that is a
fence that is hor-e-high, bull strong

Surely, sir. the alpotheosis of Marion and p i-g tight.'
county statesmanshilp will arrive in Mr. Editor, one of the l4ioomjil)p
tin- year ,of grace. Tihe tliiltide -f u-ti11v, for Marion county states
that rare and radiant article oif mu mPen i, t he ('iii political shake
daie greattnem- is upon us. A ground- down i,. whether the vagaries am:
.well of political Ipower for Mariatn i4li,,:tyiracuies of the horse and the
4*- tIity ill tit lii>llI s! ssi.n of 4 l s s""o- .ull a1t4i the pig, ill their atttntitiln
,'iatlt I ai-Ittive wi-,dolt allid rapid- to li,'I.ts ,f c.,)r, plotttoes, velvet
tiring brains will surely Loom to the bea.i-. p', Mt-.. shall lke put into the
surface when the ship of state next W,4-o.uiin for I.uilding the future fence
April cuts loose from her moorings of .,i:ri4ii oeuntty, or whether a three-
and start" in fenr-* laws, the practicability, ad- ,-h.all ,, t.. moak- crop- under.
visabtility andI res.pec.tablility of the (il:, t.,- f,:n,.e I. t the thirteen get off
-tate ke -teii Iag r roiomw and whloshall -,,, ,,,. -i,he or thee other.
it' its. I -. Senator-, ides anyNo Loss of Time.
No Loss of Time.
otli-er l tilii- too) ilitKleroC I- io lil -U-
I lh:,v-' ,oli C(haiunberlali's ('eoli',
tlo. .. a- tile rewentant sinner said I u-ra aw liarrl.ea Rei1tly for
when trying t eI ilumerate hiis tranis- Vear. :n,l wild rather the uithiout
gresions l. I,-e' atitid -Ultar than it. I sold1 five
Th rteein asliranlts have so farshown i. ,ttlI- of it y to thre-h.irs
.,,, that l .,uhil gO tao farther, and they are
iIp and the cry is "still they .ome lit vt. ,g 4 farther, and tey ire
at v ,or. : aiii this orni gli .-H. I,.
This is actually prodigal. when we I 'h, I.y|,,aoth, ( kl. As will be
,e'4sllider that ther- is no) statute pro.- ., sti ,1 tl,, at.,-,v-, the thire-hieri were
te.ting raw material. The liouiity of' al.14 to k-eI,p on will their work with-

'rovildence sometimes in things that ,,tat ,-Fnirg a -ingle day's time. YIouI
.-holi keen baotl,- of thi- remedy in
man can do without, is so great that .
your ionie. lor sale 3y tlte Anti-
we can truly wonder at His ways. Monp.,,,ly drug store. In
And, sir, a.r T*HIIRTEEN i- a hoodo,,, I
was thinking that some relief to the
iolple would come from that awful ,. ., oo fr
|lion. Jalan E. llloone, who for
fact. But 1 believe, sir, that their .
twelve year- represented (,adsden
are others" who, believing in such a t '
county in tlhe -tate senate. has iee ll
hoodn, anld that IIo one of (henl can ,'
int the < ity lfor several day-. The sen-
" arrive" Ite ateor's imaiv frieinsi. in thii- city and
I s.yho-mathemati,-al niy-tIery. will Ib-
(licounty have libe,'n prevailing utl.1
encouraged t(o "c(oIllle oU!."
him to anntounce hini-elf as a candi-
>h. aiu t it a -hrm
Tt:!mn,. a:r thert- any mi r, a;>t hom.t :!k. \: date for st,, rtary of state.
But, sir. the exigency of the tilits Senattor Broomnie is a son of Hon.
i- upon us, and we mu-t hI"lily "le( t Jaints 1- lroonmie, third governor of
hlih parade. I say let them comeil; It Florida. The political life and record
will show that Marion county is gifted of Governor Broone is one of the rich
with statesmen and. may Ie. black legarie.- f our state. No public man
hoole ~. I was going to 4ay that thel !ev'r -tmod higher in the este-Im and
wo4ods is full of 'em, but in reviewinm l conlidenc-e tof his people. Thle late
the list find that many of them are .ludge John,) D. llroome was at brother
from town, and I notice that the royal of the senator. For many years Judge
profe-.sion are largely "in it." Sir. I Itrooime lresidled over the Seventh
greatly admire the legal lprofe-sioi. judicial circuit otf tie state and nt)
The salt of the earth homess from that juri-st ever added ritche-r lustre to the
learned brotherhood. Many years ago ermine iof thle bienclh.
there was practicing in tiis circuit a no1 man in tipublic life in
niemlber who had a great reputation Florida wa. ever more ini touch with
for defending murder cases. And I the political views of the late lamenti-
remeaber that one of hi- most im- ed and universally beloved Johin L.
passioned periods of elouenice in every C'rawford. our former -secretary of
sIeelh that he would make wa- his state. than Senatotr BHrorne. As a
eulogy of lawyers, always- winding up mnan Mr. B-roome is genial, whole--
with the pIeroration: "' the jury, next to the angel- come the dignified alnl true ; as a politician
I-a-w-y-e-r-s." frank, nmanly and honest ; a- a -tate--
Well, I don't oiljec.t to one lawyer mtian profound,. learned, re-ourtcful;
going to the legislature, if lie i- -troniz as a : ptriot watclful in duty, chlival-
enough not to ite led astray by thie r.'- it action,ft a mlan without guile or.
other two statesmeni who will a'.tcn- ", 1.aih.<
lpany hlim, and there i- enough law- li- public life i- 1ll open,, book. Hi-
E Cu l.11 *l Ilk 4 *'itkim fSacit n't t t imrie im & rirch ex* lk le

yvr Iil t i 1 toIma e a ir l'm a i i o ,t j'l el- t, "m
in lis, favor to that effect. Ahnd if we if te tnttered thu
,-annlot get such a one, then I aml ill -i xteent anll
favor of sending all of' tiat iprofess-iton i years of the w
that may run in the primary. in order hour- of reco-e
that we may -till have one. I think I:ag, rule hli- v
this iA fair toting with the dear ope*,- thle de-ecratitol
pi'e, some of whomn. I u,1 ainderstalid, from li e hli-t
think io much of theml-wives that i -ttt h lie gave I
they are prejudiced against liwyer-., forts totlh tIrit
I do tnot know whether a lawyer democratic pa
uight to I', held re-s.linslihl fr any worthy of hi-
opiliion on the fence. Hle i.s noted l r Florida .oihl d
opinionss on hor-.eback, but lonl the intg the Itportfol
fetnce-well, that is another story. to this di.'tiingi
The only time I ever heard a Itwyer lty -ultinit to ti
lditcuss the feuee business was slie he:1:ia1 of this di
years ago an a court ronom. The *jue a- a -,uitable m
tion wam whether or nort tIhet fence illn li of s-crel
,question was a lawful feni-e. ie ville News.
rounded up inll a far-igoing voice iv
saying: "<;entlemten of thit Ju-ry, tlheW
constitution and statutes and customs Tl'he following
may declare what is a lawful fence. rounds of tha .
ited to the Oeal
Ceaa When Doctors Fail. "I. J. McCall,
Mrs. Frank Chaison, 'atteron, L., didteroom, and he
writes June 8, 19401: "I had malaria warm for his o
fever iun very ad form, was under isa clerkof the
roughly compete
tomtmnat by doctors, but as soon as I the poaition wit

,I 'onfedt-rate service at
fought through three
war. Thrliugh the dark
nstructiilo and carlelt
oice was lifte-il agailist
I of public ttletice, and
ing Kin every section of
his best and greatest ef-
inliph aind succe.-s of tihe
rty. "Tl'e ali.orer is
while Tilhe people, of
make no mistake in giv-
io of s-ecretary of state
wished son, and we here.
i' pet ople of Florida the
distinguished ge-ntIlenan
jan to fill the important i
lary of state. ;:tine-

egly Credited.

g item is making the
state press and is cretd-
a Banner:
, of Hamilton, is a can-
ptroller against A. C'.
promises to make it
opponent Mr. McCall
Circuit court, a thor-
ut man and would fill
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yoiii~ it41V~ il. tj ~ n 1 6 i t-k4

has b leeti i-ilgatged ill. tI ill in I
joutdj -ic ortl t Iit ru- .' iiunty. M r.
MonI is eiii~aged l i)II pI S'lii :te fluinitg
ini lunnellon, %Ahere t hoy will I-oit' i-
med iately afte-r tilt ceremlonyv, anl#
make their future h ie.
Percey t1liglitower and iArthur C.
HarrellI have g4)tik to eidi!,tt il tilt
Coatmi !ervice (if tilt- tViited States
army. They have? alre-ntly -erveel
three year?. ii, tile satnit iepirtiiietit ill
IHawaii anid the Ilhiippii ji; i I, t heir
tertaiushaving expIired tit-lie ir.t oil' 1aAt
Ill. 'Iitii. The y Ihaivebt? 4'II1 t ie t ie j.
iiting their relative!.
The p'IIt iidie pteartmenet t a
I'dialugedtilte ".iplI tg (CifIhe O(itklawa-
hla pos 't he It i i. pllkt~lIII14w with.
()lit tilt-Ie -- 4 M lavaini It t i i not Mill

take aany kinik-. tout 44 thil. nvcril'rtilt.
-amte itatiie. ltI'iwr derat' t fr~ iiii its wti re
antidjitat.u 'titV

of- i itaiitz fotu I t e t 4 I 1 a

Flha., rml t 'tvij ti !. $of 11t I'tt, 10", a iti-t 1

: t lu-tallt.

[aert :til4141 t tit 11'thgti.' roulit. I lii-
wAeek, t.tiichiuiii I I I It 1lt I tI Ia-'t er

where they wm~'4ildi4 lf*a4'4'q'-.0I-i mil ,11v
Ito *"'it-11'tu CipkolE4.l. aI Alid :i&' Curat- P),;.

fir i_:u-iivil l.-, ITetnn. tt -1-tnch tlce' wvith her parv'eu -..
For Those Who Live on Farms. t

alway-A r ettiliitliei! it iiti" nv friend-,
a-; I all) 4041ir tj lt tit Ihat tht~e it Iis 1) 11
teltter madu'e. It i-i tit &ulv*y C)r h~tirnsA." t
'hiose wholive a 'a fa rn is a tl- t-p 'iul lv
liable to lutahy atvil titscI't, 1 urii-
midl bruise-~, w~i'hio liitl ~qit '14113 ly wh( I
Bal lardl~ 's Snow1.111inini4'lt 1!- apit jedl. gi
[t1hold01 w 141iLt f[tt il the house
"or ca-es iCeAtir ;-)1y 2',;41. '11:utc
11.t4m) at .,Xtj.\Tonoel- ly I riig Sto're

(;aite-r i- still ano,, thlte living ant'
ha- a fair future.
Every ion is loolkiln forward to, thi
liptIlie.i which' i-i all Ilhe go noiiw, til
date. of which is i-not yet lixedl.
( )at hairv i ing o'intn,-e at 4 ;aite
this week andt will continue f-ori -seii
tile, a:t tlherte hal: bI.een-t more oati
hlantedl here tIhi- w-eek tlhain for i.ev
eral year- pai-..
Flruit tree- are all
with frult, auti it i- cXl, tct e i.tea.lh
tree-' will lirt'ak ,lo ne *- n they art :.
heavily l:hle-e. I.
Mr. Leonard ieddin, will -,oonb I
thltulrtiin. nl i'lin itf 'i1- tell- thle riglhtl
-ide o4f lile ,le -timit. and I gile-l- i
doe's, fl'or hli in lhll' wi ri- very ,all:.'
last ye alI tfills., on-, to,: -oine olf,
them were lrLe enoptgh to )roll withll
hand t ticks.
Mr. 4. 1. WVIhitt n iiale a btusintie-
trip to E:Flmly iirt-I It-t week. lie was
well i!ea:ised with ltie lh,'k- of tlih
erops it thaltt tal tlhr ipla,-ces which
ihe vii ited
\lr. Joe Willi.ams,, or :irlv Itird,was
with is.again Saturdaly, but Iib-ine.-s
'ailed him away at oIIIe't'. (Co'tle
gain, Mr. WVilli :i-, :;indl get those flish.
Mr. J. It. ilr.,k- i-s sullbiing f'roith
ever this week.
Jesse, odhi boy. I atm afraid you
worked- too hari'd Thursday. After
hi', you had better pick your crowd
oi work with .or else it may be wor-e
ext time.
The birthday party given by Mr. (G.
). Turner in honor of his little son,
reddle, was a success. Quite a large
rowd of young folks were present and,
Il enjoyed themselves with pla.:-,
hich lasted till "2 o'clock, then roast -
d peanuts were served by Mr. G. (I.
urner, which all enjoyed heartily,
hen all returned to their Ihapl.o









Grine' Farin

was hlee la-t vet-k I. i; ft, :tier his
.M i,- NM.atti.- lray;. of (),. ,., 0 r ex-
-.'h ,,*' t a 'hlit-r. slpelit a IV .I. .,* vi--
it in l ther 11.' 0i p (' l- nl tn. -.
l lit M i-:'e; Lt-itiw r, ,A .\ t. ny ?
\it -,,- Jtones'aidl li i i 1, .\1 ; -
tihny; Proctor and l (eiger, of ( )hla,
and Potter. of Siummertiel, -Ipent
Sunday hele.
Mr. W. E. Lit le has returned to
Mir. Wright, of umnnmerfitld, gave
a graphaphone and panoramic view
exhibition on Friday night at the
school house here. The people from
the neighboring villages attended in
large number-, and every enjoyed
he, entertainment.
Miss Susie I.ultmali spent Suiiday
in Antthony
Rev. J. 1(. grahamm, of Anthony,
filled his regular appointment here
Say, Mr. Ithinedon, what ,objections
have 34you t to e public ui.1lare" I
Don't think it is a disgrace to any to wii
or village. Let O(),ala do in the futtire
a- has do1ilit in the past and slit.
wiil get along all right. I think y4m
heave the wr- t of the tight, :niyway.
\\ell, ill jtl tie to the country It--
I-t-, let it -tay there. J; ,lo .

I -.-rt's chill 'lonic ,'ures ft-ver-,
.i CnId mi talaria. It destro'- 114e
.t..,. We guarantee it. l'rit'e 2'tIs.
, ':;i. A miermin.
Martin Notes.
Tat \illiiamIs, a c.lohared boy recently
froni Southi ('aolina, employed ly I)
l'asterlitig Brothers, had (tone of hi-.
hands crushed by jumping from a
Plant System freight train Monday
light. The hand will have to lie all-.
putated. HLi+ employers sent him to,
he (h-ala hospital for medical atten-
ion. No blame is attached to the
ail way company.
Rumors of a strauge, new grave that
ias been slowly and secretly duz itn
he woods near here has greatly int.-r-
sted the curiosity seeker-. No ex-
lanation of the strange at can tI.
Martin i- now the Mecca for vg- -
aile men. The shipmentLs from, thi-
oint will outnumber those from anyt
itherisingle point in middle Floi idla.
leans are being rushed forward. Sev-
n hundred crates have just bieen
lipped. Potatoes are to be sent out
morrow in great quantities. East-
rling Brothers are leading in the-
umber of packages sent out.

All Stuffed Up
hat's thit citi' iiti,,n of many .i, n..* -
"01in c:tarrb, --l.p'ci liv i. t ,- i ,.:.

Sthi 'he c -, t,:tr l- l, : ;,,. : ..
np' ir) tli ll# ; c .&.rO -l : 1-.. !, :, ,

hllutes thn, l r';' ', ], :,. : ;: -
ch and affects te;- ai t..
Tu cure c'at-iti t< t,.ae t :,,-t l[e
)n.-titution tl-- iit4ta tti-,, a;n! l t,.i,'.
I wara afllli-li, vilt I i :,tiatr'. I to..K
++li,'inl) lf tl !,.v,.llt rl-.. ;*, in." ,.aih
fair trial; b it i-r: tally ,,rt,' w, .rw ir t i ;l
-'mlt! liarnlly, t:i-at. r In,.-l. I th.- n
u lidt,,ilt t', try lliM -ir'- -r.t part ll.. :ii ,
te"r takin- live lH.t I wa, c ri-d41 anr.
ve not lhot aia y rct-urin o f th.e sti-i-ase
rie." EINuKE IF'ORDBS, IAbalarn Kan.
food's Sarsaparilla
tir's catarrh-it soothes and .-tr- ngth-
is the mucons membrane and builds I
) the whole system.


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The Marion County Farmers' Institute
Organized Yesterday.
\R iarlv hlif a huiilr.d of Marion's
hleadl o t i;. tlii.l i, r,,re.-..ive fai riler's

1 Sli n riiiit tio eirft-i t i. or-tIiizvtiln of
a far it. r-' iln t'.i iiit i

is, hot cak Hoes n. H.\. ing :,i. t i thn mustui on of' ogani/t'ion was
vO\ l Baking pruseiite'l -zjl after t borate disctiss-
ion was wa ?.4doptited wilh blit a slihlit
'l'r.- alneyillIdhie[mt, :tnI tli-. liiinilition lof
i I'be f i:.y Sectiion 1*, wlihil, provil .1 for an an-
linual eo(,intv in Ocal:,.
)out 'te r of I II tiis ,. ',,nectii, it was found
wise to leave tilie , of holding a
,. county fair to the new exectntive coni-
u miitt-e.
T'ie report as finally adopted is as
\. Whereas. at the miectiiiiu of farmers
held in (Oala on lithe 41h day of March
.r .! ,i! I ..-,- ,, !,. lul, u it was .deemtnel exp..l-die t to form an
t ,- *':i:toI- l i, ii 'n 'i :t iI i i inow o irganiz/ttlio for their mutual benefit
I i;. i r tlll' t' i ti lt .'hii:itli s ee- ansd instru'iioin ; and,
i t Whereas, we, the undersigned. were
1' i f lri appoiniit-d a- a committee to draft a
plan of organize ition to he subinitted
:. .1~- : ..- -. i rl fr r- u iit t' tah, meeting to be called for this
i. 'r-A er-. 'f A.\lihony. was 2 6tli day of April, 1902, we beg leave
., *, '**: vi-itoir- -~tuiild:' to present the following resolutions as
a plan of organiization:i
S Li .i'- t'll Ton ri-nmove-- tile 1it T'lt' nanmeof tihi- organization
It.-. it ciir- .atind prevent- chill-, shall be "The Marion County Farm-
,l .* -. l'l.-;t-tit tale. Price ers' In.titute.
N.., ,. i' t. t, \Wiln. Ander- l it. Tie otli'ers -hall consiist of a
pre.-ident. vice-lresident, secretary
and treasurer., who shall be elected an-
S i. ;.,itan w ai!l aiit a raii-it foot nually.
f. ., ii |:in ,,uro, i... r'il ev.ln the ;rd. There --hall be an executive
: | i. tIts- t cli.tini l ,t .r:veyarI ra.,- conjml ittee compo-ed of two members
il ,- .c? ;- .t1 a- niek v efrom eacli cotnlnissioner's district,
i l .... :- In t .i Uinl ky :,- lh:tt of t l- l i .
wh o -liall lie appointedd by the presi-
l' i i- 1 t v *F. dent upon recommendation of a corn-
li. tls 1 I !. 4 -, mitee of five to t appointed by the
pr. rident, one fronm eachli commission-
l Ie i .- >ili-r- .- y- j.t* ,. It \w i- there 1'r- -ident 4thl 'Hie dutit.- of tlihe presid tnt,
1; .* l' tLi- puiili e address ,on 'vi.e-jresident, -eretary and treasurer
shlill le such as usually pertains to
,,- .:, i, i ti wti (wh r eia t, tl ,
tlie-,t- oflice re s e- timelyy.
iiii i. n hi- splur-: th. The dutic- ,of the exe-cutive
1, I i.i i. 1 'ir1 ,l 1r-iil-it proliltlaiield hi- ,cniiiiittee .4 all lIe to make recom-
,'. i. C:L e ('ilt : reipiltli,- iieildatioi- to and receive instruc-
\ I, I, 4.n'.l -t.1i,.4l. on4. hii tour tion- from the quarterly meetings,
iand to !ct a a ipermu ient committee
Son tlhe good of tile order.
\ .<. I .iii; \ !i,-i- ili. lpha:itt- wa!- !;th. Any farmer oif go.d moral
o. r. t-i. :..,I \v.I;. r- t lith orange ch raacter .*hall ie eligiitl-- to member-
i li!- t,,,0ciii i:. iii:iiiL'ijru at,',. M e- ,.lii,.
r,. ,i 7hi. Thie TUember-hip fee shall be
teni ce-nts per liu irt.r, payable quar-
A -* ri.- li t -hcul lihave Iet ni terly in advance.
iI:ti..I,4 l- I.' l.i, c iments of. ou ir th. Thliciiet-ilitrs of this body shall
..i l i-" if ii-idered sl be upon lays to b iinanied ly the ex-
M '..iri A.\l-h liii- if com-idered sol-ly t u i
e'litiv \-e ,olnl ii*tt Iee.
ft.ii ith'.- .oint .f vi-\V of rmianill i' S. AVAC.E, ('hmn.
,. L t, 1.: 1iiii i i tl i.- .M \ (',tii,,n politanl. 1But i, i'l.,o, K,
I lit ... ,.c .--es- a.- well a biusi- LI. M. ;ARAHIAM.,
: 1 i -- i~itc-r-t l -i lr .erk and capitalist, L. < I. .i'.
i n:i i tIfaturer, t:.rmer and er- S. It.
li,, h w. ul Mur. M. L. P'ayne alivocated increase.
-i.,t tl ,rift ,, ,r news in l .tnee .ing the executive committee by nam-
a ii- ie-- i,-t reai tle, lie, I ing one from each of the thirty-one
f*" i ,, ic,.i.. f ,.hal of liaru i election districts in the county. This
If h ,,, :t ,l ini ir u- A precipitated a lively discussion, but it
I, .. -. ,, was .learly evident that a majority of
i lje .=4 i3- i4*-ivt- only the orumon-
I i i .r those plresenlt believed that a commit-
l,.,. lin:l i'- of 'aptains of ludustry." .
[" I .tratt-r n-. trete! y a oted of this siz- would ie too cumbersome.
it f i w i .. The roll of membershiip was then
writ.-r fiutiiliar with Inis -subject.
-- ordered and a Itge number added
Stops the Cough and Works Off the their narnmes to the list. At this point
*r- Cold it was suggested that Prof. H. E.
tie laxative Bromnio Quinine Tablets
iure ,,dt inl one day. No cuire. l MkiStockiile, of the s'ate agricultural
lv 1 Pi'i,. 2e,-nts. colhgg- of Lake C'ity', was present, and

Sa nt ll tury the order lof business was promptly
li\\.: bid a p!emant call Saturday
,Mr.(.'. ok, of OrangLakeIsuspended while Mr. Stockbridge,
fr..un Mr. 4 '. 5. Cork, of Orange Lake,
in a short and earnm-st address, ex-
,.n.. ,f the ( 'ala Banner's valued sub.
.i I Ite SO!. hatthis18alued bplained the objects of farmers' insti-
I...- Ite s-av that this has ieemn
tutes and the good that could and
-t the no-t i -pieriuiis s.eOan enjoyed should lie accomplished by such or-
at y the tnckr in th. Orange Lake gauizations. He predicted that in a
S for -veral years. Good mont.y short time Florida would be the great
w:t- miaedle ,iti lettu,'e and beans, and
w: -m ltue and tans, and beef producing state of the Union;
:are -,K.t returns are anticipated from to-
0 are that within the last few months
SLin.. .uncuniiers. cantaloupes, etc.. thou-tnds of acres of land had been
S( IheY : i1-in an are shipped to purllhasei fir this purpose by outside
m:.'..*t IMr. ( lreine Cork. Mr. ca. it^alists ; that within a week he had
il s. i's lia: I,: .ei ov.r to Porto a letter from the manager of one of
the Irgest -on.ern,- in the great
Ssow i le. on thlle East ,Coast tectin beef trust who intended to begin rais.
lit ai, hitii,k* that Floridla otl~r- great.
S iiiks tht tiFltri okerd frit in. cattl-e in Florida for the Chicago
.,,. er i .... :.nt to the and fruit market. and that it was clearly proven
.. .- *l .k .jmh S .. t!ii

President, H. W. Long; vice-pre-.i.-
dent, A. P. Ba,.kiin; secretary, M. L.
Payne, and treasurer, L. M. 4 rahamn.
The committee ap|Hinted to name
members of the execuitve cvnninittee
reported the following, who were
unanimously elected.
Fist district, S. S. Savage. D. Lap.
ham; second district. M. S. Moser.
B. R. Blitch third district, HI. W.
Douglass, S. R. Pyles; fourth district,
L. M. Graham, W. W. Jackson; fiftli
district, L. S. Light and S H. Gaits-
Ihe newly organized Marion ',unty
Farmers' Assoeiation then adjourned
until the first Monday in May, when
the executive ionmitte will pre',,nt
for ratification a coiuplete coistitu-
tion and by laws.

White Man Turned Yellow.
Great consternation wa.. felt lby the
friends of M. A. Htgarty, of Lixing-
ton, Ky., when they saw he was turn-
ing yellow. His skin slowly changed
color, also his eyes, and lhe uttered
terribly. His malady was yellow
aundice. He was treated by tlhe best
doctors, but without benefit. Then lie
was advised to try Electrie Bitters, the
wonderful stomach and liver remedy,
and he writes: "After taking two bot-
ties I was wholly cured." A trial
proves its matchless merit for all stom-
ach, liver and kidney troubles. Only
25c. Sold by the Anti-Monopoly Drug
Store. 6
Seeking Legislative Honors.
Hon. George G. Mathews announces
that lie will be a candidate before the
Marion county primaries for a seat in
the legislature of Florida.
Mr. Mathews is a native of Ala-
bama and comes of a distinguished
family of that state.
Just after the close of the civil war
his father sought to retrieve his shat-
tered fortunes in Brazil, S. A., and
succeeded fairly well. He returned to,
the United States sorue years later and
was attracted to Florida and pur-
chased a large plantation in this-
county and settled at Santos, a few
miles south of Ocala.
The son, the subject of this sketch.
took an active part In rpublie matters
and was appointed a member of the
school board of the county, and
showed great eflicieney for the work
and wa-4 a valuable muembner.
He was honored toa a seat in the
legislature by a very tiattering vote in
in 1 93, and at once took a prominent
position in that body. His abilities
were quickly recognized.
After the adjournment of the legis-
ture lie was appointed counsul to
Para, Brrzil, under President Cleve-
land, and at that important post rep-
esented his government in a highly
creditable manner.
During his residence abroad he con-
tinued his citizenship in this county
and kept in touch with our people
through the columns of the county
Mr. Mathews has broadened out
very wonderfully during his ab-
sence, and has acquired several lan-
guages which hlie speaks perfectly; has
taken an intense interest in political

affairs and has made government a
If honored to a seat in the legisla-
ture he will make a most excellent

Women and Jewels.
Jewels, candy, flowers, man-that is
the order of a woman's preferences.
Jewels form a magnet of mighty pow-
er to the average woman. Even that
greatest of all jewels, health. is often
ruined in the strenuous efforts to make
or save the money to purchase them.
Ifa women will risk her health to
get a coveted gem, then let her forti-
fy herself against the insiduous conse-
quences of coughs, colds and bronchial
affections by the regular use of Dr.


\\e have a comnfortahic totni os.:l |ci1l fo for it-t',nii

ers' use; a place where they can meet tritndt.s for




Mr. AlIred for State's Attorney J Mrz.
T hlii i .' p1 r ta k .. L ore [ | !':- ni'" iI i 'r -
callinl! I lihe :at it lioin i rt-isl, I It t
the ,.- ii ..f M1r. N A \I r,.,-i .t M r- olr

of state's attorn*-y for th t h- tiiihii
j u d i, ia l ,'i ''u it. t>. ,
M r. AllrediI i- a i l i in I -t i. t.- "
I'- r I I
and truest -~a.-', ainii foi r li raI-t :-oni '
O :eala is Arii i p n to w.kiow i t- limi ,
as one of hber native born i it ili- ti' t '*
is n.w in tlhe prime 4of vigorous voting '"- ng
mnanhooid, anil iio oni) 4f his ye'ar- in i '
this circuit lih.- ilo i 4i agre laer Ili,:4-'i',
of sUc ess iii lii- pr! lr ,f,,--ii. ',r
There are monire lo tilit i .t y :ti i.'
the liar, but none more 'f.rcr-ful atir .n't
incisive. "',
He ',tudies his .asls. thioi'oiiglily, I. h -
his farts logically arrai giie a:iin al- I
ways presents litheit to thli v.ryv ie -
No Scythian blade is Hij.lietl truir
or more succemafully thar, Mr .All- THE OCA
red's logic in dissecting ca---," :ml dI--
comforting his adver-arie-
Like David Cro'kett, lie is "siure h-'*-
right"'' before lite "goes ahit-ald, aeii
when hlie takes a position hia i ,.teht
blood euouhih in himn to tie iiiyiel-oii
and impregnable: is al.soltely 111 .nr-
ruptible, and if elected will mr:ake an [
ideal prosecuting attorney.
Job Couldan't Have Stood it WHITE
If he'd had itchin g il l-. ',,"y'rI ter-
ribly annoying ; iut hucklen'- A rina HIC
Salve will cure tlie worst ca*s of pi ..H- I
on earth. It lias cured thou-:iil
For injuries, pains or bodily erupllin-
it's the best salve in the world. I'erI-- MT H
25 a ibox. Cure guaranteed Iiy the Co .e
Anti-Monoipoly Drug Store. ig Co.,
Announcement. i r, ftorr
We take this olipertunity oif an- ainiI ,jII
nouncing toi te farimer- of this aniild
adjoining counties, that it i opllr iII-
tention to add to our e-tabli4ied ie tnisn i'r-
manufacturin i business, ilin ll)al;, i a
modern, well equipedel Meat Parkinig ,.ils
Department to meet the derandl- ,it a il i t*,
this new enterprise, we invite thie
cordial support tof our farrmer-, te*- will
be in the market at the opening of the. |
next season to buy liog* pa iin ,a-eh
at market value. \ \
East Fla. -lee #- f ', ,.
SI.MON lENJ A4In Maii iter.
Oeala Fla.. March l.t, I," -= t
Any one wlio knew Jamie-,s N ,iui,
of Alachua county, anll i.-loii., to F-
Ihis company, Comiipany (n 7thi I.1li- ine
menit Florida Vlititteer wAl ii ,f*-r I
a great favor bIy serulliing hi- c,,, Old Matl
Mr.s. A 'iYoung, a well at. ,-clI !
atidlavit of hiis service- arli lI..ath ii
the same at Frankfort, K) \ 17 '' Ti,:;
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Men's and Ladies' Clothing
Men's and Ladies' Shoes
Men's and Ladies, Neckwear
Men's and Ladie's Hosiery
Men's and Ladies' Hats
Ladies' Ready-Made Garments
Gents' Furnishing eedos. Ite
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True riches must be measured tby
what is given to others instead of 1-y
what is ground from them.

The Floridla ,eow and the velvet
lawin are thie test implements to em-
ployv in li hitiug thile leef trust. -
< ;aine**ville Suil.

Thie Tl' Daily 'alpitti
is supporting Attorney generall
Lamar for congress from tihe third
district and the Tallahassean is sup--
porting Hon. Fred T. Myers.

The Memphis Commnercial-Appleal
suggestss that the people of the I niteil
State who eat approximately $2,4,NI,-
t0I worth of beef a day. alstain from
eating beef for forty days in order to(
bring the the lbeef trust to its .inses.

Congressman Thomplwon, of Ala-
batna, has invited a Inumbiiler of coii--
gres men, including Mr. ('rulpac,'ker,
to visit him at hii- plantation ll omei
and study the negro s lie ap|ear- at
Tuskegee and in the corn and ittionl,

(Coontel till, of the savanllali
Morning New-, is making a tour of
( series of letters that are both idescrilp-
tive and historical. Thedi-itiuguishie I
editor is also developing into an olrataor
of no mean proportions. It really
seems that all (Georgians are natural
born orators.

The Florida Magazine i-i all illus-
trated monthly published at .la.ckson-
ville, Fla., by (6. D. Ackerly, :and is an
excellent magazine. containiing nu-
merous short stories and pictures of
Florida scenery. The latest number
is always the best one, and the May
number to be out on or about the 2"thh
of April pmmises to excel all others if
we may judge from a list of its con-
tents. Among other good things it
will have an illustrated article on the
rebuilding of Jacksonville, showing
what the plucky people of the city
burned on May 3d last have done
within the short space of :about eleven
months. Every Floridian should sub-
serile for a copy for himself and fam-
ily at least, if not for his friends out-
side the state who feel an interest in
our welfare.

The general standard of measurement
for womanhood is "grown-up-ness."
When a girl is emancipated front school
and arrives at the dignity of trailing
skirts and elaborate Lair dressing she is

ed wt.--hoopyld
is attained sc-

meat in y girls hold promptly
there is need of use of r. Pierce
Favorite P ritio. It etabliheon. Its -
is girls ih r-
ance or negClec.
at this9critcal
eslalts in o the nerves and tones
years of after
Mothers who

meet in y ap girls should prsply
havewthe begi the use of Dr. Pierce's
Favorite P ption. It establishes reg-
ularity, tnilias the nerves and tones
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'To develop his full strength, to lpos-
sess his full flowers, hei must over-
come vicissitudes, endure disasters,
fa e dangers, lie aepquiinted with sor
rows; and to achieve success lie ilmust
make all upl-hill tight.
To win success without a struggle,
except in rxte instances, is to win it
without honor, and it will le no pleas-
ure to him.
A man who l hia endured the pang,
and heartaches of poverty is in a bet-
ter position to enjoy the blessings of
riches and better prepared to act tile
Difflculties may intimidate the weak,
but they act only as a stimulus to the
strong and the daring-to the man of
pluck, determination and resolve.
Experience shows that inmpedi nents
thrown in life's pathway are over-
come by good conduct, zeal, activity
and a determination to stand up
against misfortune, and through the
winter of discontent and outrageous
fortune fight one's way to the burst-
ing sunshine of glorious summer.


Mr. John ID Rockefeller, president
of the Standard Oil Company, one of
the richest corporations in the world,
has recently given $1,(000,000- to be
used for educational purposes in the
south, and it is said that he will follow
up the gift with other millions.
In no other section of the union
could a gift of this sort be used for
nobler purposes or that would yield a
richelr harvest.
The brunt of our civil war was
hl' to, f.e I o th armlies for a larger part
of the time, anl when the war ended
the money of its government and it%
,Iol,.ds ceased to be of value and its
slave-, which were under the coustitu-
tion clxssed as property, were set free,
whi,.lh entailed a great money loss to
the (owners of the same.
The' southern people had to begin,
a. it were, life over again and have
not had the means to build high
s'.hools, colleges and universities in
,or,,.r to ive her youth the education
wli'lh would lie m'ist helpful to them.
T'Ile south i- now undergoing an
evolutition. From a strictly agricul-
tuiral "iti is beginning to le a mining
li :a manufacturing section, and
.'.lho.,l* of technology and higher edui-
ca';in :ilonig Ipra i.-al Imm-;i are her urgent need, anlld we
rejoii that Mr. Roi.kef-ller has taken
thi- "tei' and we hope that hle will Ihe
l.,d t1o -ee ihe t out I's need ill this di-
retli.oi in a way that will appeal imti
-tr'oeIL'ly ,,t his geinero,-ity.
Thie S .uth already is gratefully illn-
lelhted to Mr. Vanderbilt for the es-
t:l.lishllint of their university at Na hi-
ville, which iear., hi-, name; to Mr.
St.-fson for the Stetsonl University at
Delaud ; to Mr. Seney for his gener-
.us, gift to Wesleyan at Macon; to
Mr. Flagler for his gift to the Florida
AjLri.ultural College; to Mr. Carnegie
for the establishment of libraries in a
numinler of her cities, and we hope for
li-, generous contributions yet to fol-
low thl:,t it Will be able to lay its
greatest need of prai-e at the feet of
Mr. IRockefeller.
A Ltift to edi,'ation is a gift to all
the ages.
It is a -.ed plAlited along life's path-
way that will spring up and bloss-om
and hear fruit that will prove a bless-
ing to all races.
A plant to be healthy, robust and
strong, must face and endure the ele-
It needs the rain and tile sunshine
an I to be blown by the winds.
To be hid away from the rays of the
sunliirht; to h, sheltered from the rain
and the dew drops; to be barricaded
against the lightning and the winds,
the plant will liveasiekiy life anl,
finally perish without ever unfolding
its beauty, its fragrance, or its
A. it is with the riant so it is with
I::' I .

black races which I nelit-ve will ever
fotleii, the two, races living together
on term of -o4,lal ainl political equal-
i y: anld. ina-nluclih "t- they callnot so
' live, while they dio remain together,
there must Ie the position of the in-
ferior-tnd superior, and I am, as lmuclh
as any Iother Ian, in favor of havinii
th -' superior position assigned toa the
white race."
A Century of Education.
The l'nited States lcagan the nine-
teetth century with an average of S2
days of schooling for each person.
They begin the twentieth century with
an average of 9s days of schooling for
each person. The rate of increase is
shown by the following figures taken
from the report of thie U'nited States
commissioner of education: Begin-
ning wite 52 days in ISM0, the rate had
increased to 23I (days in 1S440; 420 ,days
in l-; 4:;0 days in 1860; (72 days iu
IS70; 792 days in 1?i>; 892 (days in
18s): 991.usdaysin 11tE. The estimate

the eow York World Asks a Hard
r Sir Michael Hicks-Beach's hope
that the cost of the Boer war will be
repaid "from the wealth of the Trans-
vaal" is a cool confession that the
purpose of this effusion of blood is
conquest and plunder. The remark
also exhibits an almost childlike op-
r timism.
By his own figures the war has
already cost $?S2,17T,Io; the coming
year will add *2205,D4MH,M Inbt ides $-92,-
SmI,(HN" for gratituities to the sol-
ldiers and for Ibriaging them back
home-if they call te brought honm
so soon. Englishmen estimate the in-
direct cost at $134t, ,I and the Boer
peace proposals may call for another
$0,0, Altogether there will be a total of
not less than hl,34u,4m i.ts-just half
of our own national debt in July, 1S65.'
at the close of the civil war.
The two perhalps-conquered repub
lies are a trifle larger than (alifornia;
they contain 1 .17,lTi of rlar(.hled
velt and rock kopje. Britain is pay-
inig over $12 an acre fotr "euminient dlo-
maiin" in this warren la;idl--ieside-
the price ill blood that taggerses h i
nianity"- and the ,'aist ill rise t
-'0 bliefore she is through.
Will thle Chatncellr explain ihow
thee *~elol'rilmols su in are to Ibe repaid(
fromi tlie weal!:h oif tlie l'r:t.-.vaal. "

The Dream of Texas.
IIllu-A tolil hopes -mnie tlile to ste-
ocealn-goinllg vei-sels re'eivilng :and dis-
chargingeargo on granite wharves at
the foot iof MNaiin street. Dallas antiic-
ipates tihe net distant ,day when side-
wheel steamers shall tickle the bosoin
of the Trinity within three blocks of
lihe court houe. Beaumont dreams
of a mighty future when the product
of her deep anid narrow mines shall
feed the fire- of industry throughout
the world. Foirt Wor' h revi!-, in the
expectation that her e,'tke.ri-s miayy
become tile lar'iltrs .f tihe univiier:se
from whenice -ishll I.e ldrwn the sus-
tenancie tif nati ns iandi generationii
niow unborn. W\'a vo wonders if Prov-
idence hojds in store foir lier yet otliert
seats of learning larirer andil grander,
where education anwl refinement shall
pervade and prevail, and religion per.
petuate through the ages the warmth
of love and the glow of gladness-
the ,weet, soft spark divine that lights
the heart of man to a realization of
< .od. All of which goes to prove that
Texas is a state of great expectations.
-Clarksville Times.

The Slave and His Liberator.
"I anm not,' said Abraham Lincoln
at C'harleston ona September I, Ib.8'S,
"nor never have been in favor )of
bringing about in any way the social
and Ipolitical (quality of the white
atmi bIlack races. I a>m not, nor ever
have been, in fta\'vor of making voters
Ior jurors of nezroeis, nor of qualifyi ng
them oli ha, ,ol ice, llnorl to intermarry
with white people. I will say in ad-
dition to this that there is a lihysical
difference between the white and

The Orlando Daily le-oird recently
sent out a set of questions to every
pineapple grower in thie county a-k.
ing iiw long had they been a nallL!-4|
in the culture, the -iz.* of tthe
acreage, did they make or lo.e moneyti.
by the investment, their opinion if
the safeness of the business, if thiy
would enlarge for curtail the area iri
abandon the industry altogetlier.
Every reply received was favor.alI.
to the profitableness of the indust ry.
Many will enlarge their area andl
not one will abandon the culture.
There is very little diffTerenwe be-
tween the weather conditiomas of Mt-
rion and Orange counties.
Before the freeze Mr. Riekards hald
a profitable pinery at Candler and Mr
Stevens at ('itra.
If the farmers in this county will
use the same care and industry in (cul-
tivating the pineapple as do thio,.e
engaged in its culture in Orange
county we are quite sure the same re-
sults can be obtained.
We should not let our southern

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Mr. J. R. Vaughan, writing from
Arcadia to the Atlanta Journal, gKi 1
enthusiastic on the pro-peet. of grow-
ing peaches in Florida.
He says:
"Having lived several yeal- in i'a. It
I of the following states, Texa-, I. mi-t-
Sana, Mississippi, Alabama anld 4 ***-r.
gia, and a number of years in Flolails. i
I have felt inclined through the nme-
diuin of your journal to tell s.. nm. of
the promising things of Fl-i i.l:.
Especiallyam inteI r s st in I ,: I. b
growing ill Florida, 4'iimll :.;iItiv' ; %
new industry for this siat.,. nily wwiit-
,rfg development. Whilt 'ti, Irrue
that the central portions of the -t;:ate.
that suffered the incomnparablet' I"-- *'
its beautiful orange groves in I s'.4 ,',.
some time since placed beyonia tle
stage of experiment the protfialt e-
nessof a few peach trees. The writer
traversed considerable of that portion
of the state I ist summer and found in
Volusia county some thrifty archir.r,'.
Sat that time ladeil within luisciou-
ripe peaches. Ostetn and )Del' d--
lpe.ially shi(pled many icrates of ex-
ception ally tiue fruit.
In 1)eSota county, Arcadia, county
seat, we have lthe ideal of a ipea ch
growing section. These facts are al,
parent to even thlie casual bdserver. I
i now hl.e in mind trees plant'el three
years ago, which have every inilic.a-
ti.:,e of bearing L2 or 3 crates eacli, oim-
taii ; i~g ; baskets to the c'rate, retail-
in ill our home market, Areadia. 4o

t' ',( cents per basket. This is a fair
example and shows what may e.- ex
pected from this industry, and lbeinig 4
three to four weeks inii advance ,of
Georgia peaches, opens to the orchardl-
ist an unprecedented opportunity of ,
realizing enormous profits from a well ,
kept orchard in the near future. 4
"'l he opportunity awaits the 'api. 4
talist, nor should the word capitali-t <
frighten the timid and less moneyed d
prospector. Our lands are 'chealp, our
labor somewhat high, but to somnle iup
thile whole, the following estimate wa
made from inquiries made aillong the
growers for the comt of one acre, which
I believe is a conservative estimated:'
One acre, set with 1'5 trees, inclu'l-
ing all costs, will not exceed $4Ii el-r
acre. Planted say October, lo'4L, sum
mer of l 94 these trees will give you1
returns of 2 to 3 1-2 erate- per trtte.
We will for sake of argument -ay :l7o
trees yielding 2 crates to the tree will
give the grower 300 crates at :'0 cents
per basket, or $1 .s per crate, we ha've
$.540 per acre; besides two year,' 'rop
of good hay, two tons to the acre, can
be made and a ready market right at
home for it at good prices. If anyi
country will grow crab grass and peai
vines, Florida will do it to the tinidh.

Pineapple Growing in Orange County'
Pineapple culture is one of the chief f
industries of Orange county, anI every
one who is engaged in it has he,-i en- [
tirely successful with the expeirinieiit
andi it is now regarded as one of the
staple productions.

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th11i?. It I wq i l 14 1iud I 14ee**-(1 1w :A vct y
I, iefliatelI I v-anthlinik (of iiotlintg
11 t e-terforl( 1-mlai thati tIhat nc-h a thing

woumltlimiake itiifour :il'learxili~e 'cimilct
lie an iti-l-ra invicon1-to rvaett-r Fld
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Jackiivii',. heforr the great fire.
have it provide.i with elevators, jali-

tor- and all mo leru conveniences and
make (lie rents so cheap as to almost
S(copii I e.i*npaiy", doies not Oliver
Ihiiiudoni know that ;t could only be
doneat the expense a'id to the injury
(of other buildings -urrounding it ?
With said lInihdimigs unoccupied,
their -belvt- lare, doors locked u-ild
Ibarred and window-s given over to the
spiders and coblwels, what srt of an
advertri.A iit i#t h1. Oliver lhiiidon
think it tumiildi litk- fm the c-ity .'
,ii" ,,i I. -plimdolii i lhii llh -linap-
|'y. _mill nlit, <' ai';li ilii ;a m o t tltili futi! \ rilar l t i- ,i < ; ltiiii alld
dnr iir* -t sti t.) >, lili l'elli 'l the
Iu-iiie-.- v'-ritnul tr emiilrai-d in the
t-entlltei-- "rti-- t -k.."'

S1ATEI ) OF 0111 ( IT't iF T rl Il,Ei il), I
iA A,-' ( > N-" TY. i
i J.M J. (i.Nk mik4.-s ritlh that
lieF i- ti -e ir lttiiit-r of the firm of
F. J. <'li:.\;: .- Co.o dolioig business inl
tile 'ity of iol'do, 'oulnty and state
afor-atid, it -aid firm will pay the
flor -ac!i anld v'ry -.ase of ('atarrh
that aiinot e t'i-roe'd ly the use of
II !.1.'- (' \ i.A 1 l ('I'tE.
SSwo II tIo bliefire li anid suitlscribled
illn my p il'l-;, llii- till dlay of De-
,al. A. (;. (;L:SON.,
( -- t Notary Public.
H! all's ('atarrli 'ture i- taken inter-
tially and it.'ts directly on the blood
I and nmueu- surf-.-.s of the systernm.
Send foir tv-tinmonials, free.
F. J. 'HENEY & ('O., Toledo, O)*
ItV' S11od Iy IDruggis'ts, T7e.



D)jrin tlie thile -Niaraguali canal route, Senator
Morgan pointed out the ft.ut that the
rival 'atisana r route wa- afflicted with
a lrea'lniedl harbor onit the Pa,'itlie ide,
and lie iticlared sailing vessels would
be del.tayed fo r days and weeks in this
Ili:irlor., where-a-. on the Ni-arnguan
route favorable windss Iprevailed at all
He paidi this tribute toi the winds:
"Silnce the era in which Job spoke
of tlio-te 'that go down to til the sea in
hip-,' lithe winid- have been as neces-
sary to sea travel and eomu merce as
the rain-, have t,-en to the productions
of the -oil. and it is as likely that men
and animaiin,:l. will abandon the brooks
and -prilt.i, and take to hot drinks as
it i- that steam will supplant the winds
in the lmovementielit of -hips.
"steam ilirerseiit- the mechanical
fori'e if expansion, caused biy heat op-
-ratilin upon water, while the winds
rlpure st.t that force combined with
the forn-ce of gravitationi, operating
upon the air, a highly elastic agent.
Through the-e qualitiess the winds themselves toi the places
whlire they are needled for cotmmeree,
by t11 a.tieen of ltatural law., and
they are Ulinfailing ill supply and in

violiiiti :iild power. They are almost
if inot liito e- ertaitn as, 'the stars In
their co, i -,- -.' ni- l nri(uire no prepa-i
ration iof human labor or .i-kill to pre-
-:re themiI for their work, or to miar-
-liha! them i.i their constant array to
ainwt'er the calls of the Master, who
direct. the breezes and rules and
giuide- thi" Iteliipetsi.
"The wirnds re not dug from the
deep minei- under the mountains and
transported oi railroads to the sea-
board as coals are, and they require
no. human help to cro:,s the seas to
somie coaling station, again to be ban-
died and transferred to coal hunkers,
and arain handled in furnace rooms
of ships under the severest exactions
upon human health and strength. The
winds. once used, return to the places
where they w r found, awaiting the
service of man, with all their vigor
and elastic force. But coals, when
once they are used to generate power,
disappear and can't be recreated.
Tirhv .rat, a valuiuni in earth and

where it is to tie u-*,l itn sttani-lhi( S,
the percentage cenu-timli itn thiii
transportation), like an eating cancer,
would soon destroy the body that sup-

ports it."

The Florida Agricultural College.
The following letter was writtiti to
a citiz/t. A f Lake C'ity iby (Hoime \\
Wilso.n, president of tlhp Board of
'rus.tees,. It define-, the policy of the
Board of T'rustets alnd corrects, a wrong
belief among a number of people as
to the position of the Board oni the
ternp-ranee llmovemllent ill I Cilutllia
My )Dear Mir: I understand that you
have a cott(plaint tou make agailt tlie
president of lthe college and a local
t member of the Board, for \what vyou
suppose to be their ipo1itioi on hlie
temperance movement in your Ipro-
gressive little city, and I tik- this iop-
portunity to define the rule I lid down
by the Board to govrn the policy inll
all such matters.
You know that the collee- alnti
the college work inmust unec-,--arially
come first in the nminos of the imen
charged with thii imiportauit work
and trust, and every iout.-ide con-iiier-
ation niust yield to this policy, auIit I
know that the good people of Lake
('ity want it this way, for they see the
wisdom of such a rule and its prav-
tical result..
Experience has taught a goodI l along these lines, when your ir.^tilu-
tion came very near being wrecked
by the college faculty enterim into
local contentions, for experience hlit
taught us that, no niatter what may
te the cause, opposilig elementut will
spring up, thereby drawing linei- that
mean contention and litterness., pro-
ducing antagonisms to persons aind
institutions represented in suili (ion-
Every man has the right to, the free
exercise of his convictions and prin:i-
ples, and the Board undertakes to lay
down no proscriptive rule as to per-
sonal liberty ; but how can a man act-
ing for himself in a public matter di-
vorce his personality from his official
position, and the man in his private
opinion upon public questions from
, the man in his capacity of reipresntla-
tive of an institution claim lili his
' work and services?
The question of temperance does not
enter into it, or any otl er question iof
a public nature, but a rule of the
Board laid down three \i-ars ago, its
first act in the work of lifting the cod-
lege out of local oppc-sition. By en-
forcing this rule we were success-.ful in
uniting every element in our ci"use, a
condition greatly desired by all, now
and in the future, for we are just in
the primary stage of our work.
The institution, faculty and Board
of Trustees naturally stand for temi-
perance, but not for a temperanice
movement or agitation that will drive
the college into local squabbles, and
array against it people who do inot
believe in mass meetings on temper-
ance questions, and they are many;
meni who do not deal in liquor or
drink it.
G(-OR-;: \V. \ Il.-:N.
Jacksonville, Fla., April ., 1 1, I''

You Know What You Are raking
When you take Orove's Tasteless
('hill Toni', because the fomlula is
I plainly printed oni every bottle, ihow-
iig that it is simply Iron ali t iii-
nine in a taste-less forml No cure, lino
pay. 5c. _.
A Sign of Purity.
Bavarian anid lRheinheit bottled
Sbeer is the finest product of lIte Mont-
gonu-ry Brewery and i' abs-olutely

pure. See that you get the gen line
Montgomery be- r. Every label has
the red pilot wheel on it. Ask for it
and guard your health against gerims
of disease. For sala at all first cla.-s
saloons. 4-2:2


Pianos and organs tuned, regulated
and repaired in a first class manner.
Also make a specialty of repairing
fine violins and guitars.
P.O).Box 65:5, Ocala,Fla.

Gentlemen. Get the New sarnd
Novel Di.oever)r.

The Montezuma Hotel,


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The Ju and Keg, Trade Mlade a iSpecial Fature.
In -'ending your order. alwr.vs'.(enl enouR h t'', "- 7 t .- -' .. -n I fe. loe
-gallon ing. 1 lIc:2-gallon jiu s-,. 3-galihii jug.- 3'c k i
I Ic inmorte whiskeyv anid hetttr wh'!-k th:i 't i! '. : .oo-.ho
est seouo!q and full niea-iire
4 trialorter wiltconvinr' tyou that' w r- : 'T- i-- w .* rr.
Vours nxiou-to ,- J. F. EDWARDS.


STenths HEN

of Pure Juices from Natural Roots.

all the
aEGULATES the Liver, Stomach and Bowels.

People n Cleanses the Syste.i, Purifies the Blood.

Suffer CURES Malaria, Biliousness, Constipation,

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Diseased Every BSotle Guaralteed toGi 6ve Satisfacti.

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Bi.hop Watrrln A Ca tnd,,t in Atln tii. J' tIii -: i







nervous, ready speaker of great pow-
er, nevertheless.
Dr. Talmage was utterly unlike any
of them. He wh- les-s intellectual
than any of them. He was orthodox,
but hearing or reading his sermonso
you never thought of his orthodoxy
or hi- heteordoxy. Hle treated simple
common-place truths in a bright.
%*crappy, illustrative style, and ie de-
livered what he had to say theatrical-
ly. One will seek in vain to find an

liidepelCindenti-n limay I,- a, vry title
thing., lut it i- v .iy (ir ni,-i-int ill its
hil on menli 'Thlit li i-ai;iy -petak
today illn one way aiiil to rroi w milay
fe-el at lihlerty to l-idon'ey all ei tihoghtl
today, may ie t-ry exhliiliiratiig; tlit
in the long riun run it io.f- not can i
mit ild ont id-i,.. l!t n -;y of a liian
w ho do t so, .- \. t11, dolbtle.- lie iis
very hone-t, hutil li i nI ti very --:tfe.
iHe :Ilways -.ays wiat ihe thiik-, lbut lie
4toPt-S nlot think e.lo0gh ito have. their
0 1-in: O i iill ii I eW'O 1,1%' i ll lhliffe ioin

original thought or a dull line in all I" ......" ........'
his thousands of s.erm(ons, aidI he niet- attract more, attention while
literally printed thousaind- of di-- th1y -t hnthNii all lie -t.irs i' the
discourses, for he and the newspapers i"':-' v but i'n-11 got on amazingly well together o tf l'"i \-e --tars only are rtiiable guile-
course there was a samene-ss alout I -t fi the mlariln t in tIe t rkle' s
his sermons. They seemed to have 'Ite''e-
htwen manufactured products from Mli'rt,'er, ii-prea-ching simply to en.
mnaterialsdrawn from scrap-l-sIks and i tt'rlain ia crowd is isomnie' hat of a pro-
"eyclopedias of illustrations." They faliity. It is mut-ch as if thie iiessten-
bore no marks of either learning oir i er of .-od. 'comiltuissioned to proelainm
profound meditation., eternal truth, s-hould renounce his
Yet they interested and protited i iglh calling to win wages anl allpplausei
many thousands, and when he died as a harlelini. Ihut pretachelirs who
the other day the hearts of multitudes i hire tlieniselve- t, ;a congregation
were bowed with grief. rathi,.r than attach themselves to Ia
The work of Dr. Storrs will outl At ('Aluse may easily yield to the ever
that of all the others. Plymouthi pres-nt teluptationl to please thlie men

church is an isolated organization,
which seems to care for none of Bkee'li-

who hire them rater than the Savir
who redeemed them.

9 It is the right of ceverv child
dU lknlAl^ to be wtll horn, anml to the
parents it must l.o.k for
-- ----hg ;calth an(] "

I o w ii 0 .
lR CiilISIMIMll val'l'rat ."
to p is the laUtelits "
Q responsibility, and how important that i,.
no taint of disease is left in the 1,1-(;d "
to be transmitted to the helpless child, entailing the nitot
pitiable suffering, and marking its little 1ody with offen
sivesoresanderuptions, catarrh of the nose and throat, weak eyes. .Lndulair
swellings, brittle bones, white swelling and dtformity.-
How can parents look upon such little sufferers and not reir.:-ch
themselves for -bringing so much misery into tile world ? If you have
ianw dimes lnrlrri ner I vo r -t .nn r1t-m -, 1 -t -,11 ,l -..- .... ,

About thirt) years ago there wa- a I er'- v'iew. Sile.. the tLreat preach
great group of preachers in and I went away they have hal the nation
around New York. alizinz Lylmia Abbott :i4l4 the ortim
Henry Ward Beecher, Riihaid S. d'4"x Hilli- .- their plstors'I. Ti
Mtorre, Charles F. Deems, land T. iDe- t hui'hl-enis tuo -are little for whi
Witt Talmage. The last of them i- taughil from it1 plulipit it on'ily iI
lpa-ed away in Washington City a pretah'lier talk- whit hie tI:Ii. h it
few days ago, and a retrolp-ect ofthem t 11 i.t I' l ilite.rtt in_ w:t. ()rth

m ay be useful. ,V I ,,t ii :**** he't.'.'. xy i
No principle of claesitication would iiti'd1 tL' : "- -llli i aI
justify grouping them together except :.
that they'll appeared about the same h;-I ni, p1 Cl-i
time. No men were ever more unlike.
pir. *<- ic i, d i !1 i|i -+,r o, f Ith,' it
By far the ablest of them was Henry ,,ii, .." ii, -.,l.
Ward Beecher. His was a colo-sal Ii,,,,i .,,,.li:i ,'lir', huri
brain. In his day no intellect appear- dO0V ie. lot ei tgli life itlil
ed among the public aen of America -,:i it' 1,. ,1,, Il rt-,uilihd it
up.wrior to the mind of Bee'her. He I ,, I t i ,v1 to W'n-:i.iigtoin. her,
was. utt a mian of sholarhil, ,or one he i l e. it hait ai p,stol'ate, at ,it
of very a is ui.. 4 %iyig whit ie-. might have at- I*t S~,'tr. d i) i a great field ,
talimnl if lie had Iwen a careful tu-. ti,
alway- at iumeliate eflletbt, and geli- :t k ft is work ts I ist
s-rally a -ortel, inu .re*.ing .som-e re- .1"-te,. tt t 'i -fisietlia pile'iali,.e t tl
forui. For success in suchl a career giv.. it l.,,,rirng firce.
hi- remarkalile braili furnished with- iv- ,.i ii rreit -;. A i
out much .tudy all that was neessary.A 1 .0,t ,.e'i.i-'rf- i- ali *'.:t ol.,t iilif..
In hit earlier days hie wa- a main of I I,, i it ll iii-trv if tlt
simple faith, andt in tho.e days h i- i 'l,.,,-: i i tti- .\ limtn illm -t i.-eloii
wa< almost irresistible. In lhis latter t ,;,i..,,int:.. :nii, -..-i. i f -,,r- .*tlthinii
days he seemed to believe very little, if .. t i., :ei tili I .Liii A. hielin
and to have no fixed faith iu a.ythini," ,!. h- i,,o 1: i i i i t, nt. -e tIt i1:yV i,t.
long at a time. His creetd was ill a ;i ., "it i:l\! i. ,il t if -IIIn.. ctlier li,.i
state of flux, and underwent the mo--t ir. i.e ,,,f t.i ,!. l to, ,lt, li hai't< iiie
frequent and rapid changes. lHii- pul- .f 11,. ,* .0 ,1...,d ,ou t -i-.elily
pit power was diminished and hi ,, ,1,.. \;i
pulpit utterances were often contra- iA .,.!,... ,.hl,. .,I ,,, i-..
dictory with each other within the i, ,,. ii,,lit, i i,,l lilcrt' I-'f nt'ly .
limit.- of a fortnight. He rarely hIt i l, t -. ,. it !fr at inlIg-i
in the aum. place long at a Ii.i. liild' at en i h iiiiii., itr wouiill have
hi- blows becameinewtaer-tive. t i i a l ,t,.aiil f.1lni ,e friii fu
Richard !torr swa a ftLr 4itl rnt i tliiy ,.rr:ti- iiutt-ra ,.tn It woutl mail. To the graces of an tirato lie I:iav -iippl--t long tieugh to tliink
added tile tudiou.s habits lof thi. tw-t.t- :tti ut lt.hlii. *tiil tt-ii It, would
scholar, and he brought only well- inot hIaiv< -Il tithen at all1. lie would
beaten oil into the sancituiiari. fi- have- felt irl'e re .-.pi-iil.lity for what
sermon.s, delivered without notiet-, he iti tiiin wuAi!tl not litAve leei so
might have leen printed a- th ely fell reevKIl-- :it iiti -. It woutli have
from his lip and then i lit y \wvouil I s -t\v lhiifii iii y iNii,' ii-i>(,'iitie of
have been more piftfe't thiln l. t, .4-hI artlieit .ou1tlt'---. oin1 iirreiiu-
carefully written page- of limdt miei. I ritii'- io 'onil 't.
He was always orthodox. and w'- If iri. Il,-eiii, i'o,ih liave- lft the
never sensational. He deliv.-red ch, of Ihlie ,ratit.r. ili,-.,rpol.rati-d
strong, steady blow ii. luirthiern.'-- -,C .f i, neu l-iv a- ite( old Ntr ;
fit ed conviction-. 1 ,|il,,;l a lt cl tf,ielt. l, oI f lii, hi l was
C.harles F. Deem- was a Ml.-tlooliS llt on a Iltilirt'r, the fruits of hii- fil
preacher, who from North C'artilina wotiil. iietoiivitkly lhav\.ilisa|ipeared.t
went to New York after the war, ani. if Tal tIage i:.lI ileItiifit-I hii4
became pastor of the church i.f tHi. w,'ik itioir- ;irf.t lv with the i'r--1lv-
Strangers. where "'inimmodr.e" r-<'i r.
nelius Vanderbilt within li t it tli ern.i lll *
wife worshipped. lDoctr Dee-l).i, in t l .
XXt 1I l'ii ial- ( tl'ierli W!-' ta1- 'c ,lm+ifiiiti '

fact, rested the churtel of thel i i oiiig- 1 :ei -rl- .i
erm. He was a man ,of evaniigi.i Ial yr -r %
faith, captivating utterance aial- of Il i1y havt ri-0 i, in it- lie. and
almost infinite industry He was a ither malt eiiu now carryy forward
without n ithe scholarship oef Str' a h i- work. A- it i- ihi- work lta- killed.
without the seholrsmhili of storr --a1!





S.ifn e in l i hn lit-' ,iilpi't I ty v 'ou. li
ipr'el: hli ift theN'y oiily I tN-'lII.-vt, iii ti I
Bible. BKill ,y wh i i 1tiin.liiie-'
-tAll ld "thl hiti vi r ci ii,'i.i :iidl 1, in-
dl'tred iF iiAai.tlisf i of ti liiOll,"I -irt they-
have I'.ell eila-idl ilfd. \\itll tlhet
fear ;,of li the t rilit.- l. fi',r eye'.
tlit-y vc.Iii' into ti'- 'pulplit :!i AgAeig
'ai iii t 111 l -the li l p -'t it I- royal
vaptor -"walkiiin .,flily." ('oinmiad-
ing pulpit powei r is irlip.--ible iii the
atisct-i.e of 'iinitifihnit fatilli. 3Mt.n wlito
Irecht:t within aitliriity iin-t lie great
b.-li-ve-rs. "I ieli.-ve. the ifore have'
I -piokei.i," i- I-lothi l>ivid'- anil l'auil'
:i'o- iount of thile- iari -tliw-- andt el -
|il 'il ( iof thli ir -pi-',' I,
i'ertilient il thii ( wordof old iaslti an Mi iles, in lPage'ts
"(01h1 <;.lntliemenli of tlie Ill.a;ck l toc'k.''
lie' ays: "T'l e pulpit lis let its pow-
er; thrown away its Itt pre'roigative,
thle ilt of preachliiiig. Tihe clergy" no
l r bi-lit-ve with pow er, leautllse they
noit mlri- lilieve -wlli strt-igtli.
\\ y -liiul'i I g t livar ah y3ounlll man
oIf fir !t-- kino,) l.,I;u g ltlti liVmyself
hlli.,, 1, '1",i! (lto w(rli l<'y peopillle Wqorldl.
1\ Ili-ii l<-l:-rtliA i -s toI) inlu'e- themli to
il rl',.iAct :t r-lirionii f which the
l-',, iII-.r *ii;.P.lie.ii thel I'lesse'liess of
->rri.w. 'I'lhe t.poret preacl'er, .ir, is
imprE-siv'e, -.t Iloing lie I'believe'- him-
Itf tilt. lini-ter of iedI. I imay not
;i t'.t lii- iit.i-sage', Iibut if hie believes
ill hi-, *ni--lon I shall le.-leet him. If,
how, ever. et |eiietioies l is own creden-i
liAls I will not li-tli toi him ."

To Cure a Cold in One Day
'ake [Laxative iromio Quinine Tab-
let-, All druggist- refund theli money
f it fails to cutire. 1'. \V. (;rov.-'s sig-
iature i, on each box. "2-l.

A Brilliant Career..
Adlph (), ini 171 was a liewsloy
Hi the stieeltsof Knoxville. In 1S72
ie li-1d ri-en ti t ih dignity of a print-
r. ie ies now owliWetr eof thp C(hatta-
liga Tilies, tlhe New York Timei,
i1d tll' lPhiilalelplhhiia Time and ji
o litt-linpIla iir .- It yi thli l le Philaidel-
'hia It'"cordl. thle I |ie',lit-' price Ie-
lig .',i141 i M t ii. 1l1 SoIthern'i i 4 t1i1ly
vants a opporttiiity.

What's Your Face Worth?
Smoleltinll- a frtell, li| neitver, if

3'11u live a i :allow -oiii1p xi.ton, a jaun
clr-ed 1iotliei pIatchie-I til Ilothe'
on tlie -kin all -ign l of liver trouble
i .-

Nor areIl-' iii grPafvr li~r twitivin dml*THE OCALA STATESMAN.
1-endent. Sttarrs mvwa- emmiuli.-
0 Him" intlueliee went fdnr I-eytuiid tile The Sumtorville Times 11oom011S
l ituiitst of his tlteuojnitat im. D lr. .Joplin wadsoi
Hall did not limit his iItitlueiwee y be-
ing a sturdy Pirfcbteriaui. Phillips ~eueI teto o' a~o
Brooks was fe'lt and is felt as a nation- Illett of 114).11 waelsk
&I f.'ce. tho'ughx lie neve-r affeci ted in-~tt*siit) lih ll4r~0
i--i.Mr. 'Z.wadski i-4 ait iize
r 3-ce. Dev't alt i III 1l IiihL-t C)ia al where' lie' ha's A hte1for ltke
g~rtat lletliall solht' Ilem. Iit pgre-at a el a' ~ #)ena 1i i
th -Y were, they will l:oie -'little I'lti~4iii.etgg Ii i
nin' re I ha ii Irad itimi a I i i-tiie- Th'lev I is.*e(. If:[,W. BYII sl4 l O 43il lhi.'all
have left little till-it ik peiril:laielit. So ai. l '.'c ttt.iit itli10)194 1,iille. IC lie
'k e very ''lie that dIIEh lIlike the .- -i' lijiitell .a large 1rmetieo3nest cIII&

flt- niien o4 tlirtY Yvarts n,_, 'c il"

Finn1k ;ley d. lisp niiIti aot' illeI -4-41ei

We i -iA-,.a nt fa1it -1it. ~ t 4 .r -sldb, aIyI t-i i i ier!- .114 1 ,t FV I, 41 ,1 11+1tilli If.%4.141:1
d eIf a nd er '- f ihu tm id'.ril:,t4i \ h a er-i I a t lie 1 t'6 aV"9 t O wli iiatt#
musiciaal jiriqgra~ti-. : -nd -Il.1 Iadil1 build Ve lfare for I'li-, l. iLtivf.--tate. lt
ing,.-, but 3ie) Storr-e erfor Biolv*-intie
li l %. (like iftile !-tmte',. 1orellios't I
1411154it. tir.';ttnienitin I~'. IwAtri-rAE D
hfidpilt we-re nevvr he-ior. i- ,ari#. It -~ ie' I 1) niragrt i'C
i!- 0iffivuIt. if 1114 ililts- si hl#. topl Joolilt lld101m haliativ.-. .having l-lforni
t4 (Ine oIfl tJif II Afir.'? ri~t .ud.-iIlld,' iiIi v-Jj v9'I-V 4 a4c 4iw1tilife'iiilive W ~i I iI 1
I v.hent a Lide. HIi- areiitse wt re'
W~hY is tlii!' F("''l fell#' 4'311e iun~e iaicial y a313~ lk.-to igiv.-'(t, him a I
il-mere ftliltiiall !l If ~ctiiie-'il 'IC.tevolllvatioJJ, liehtl11:1.1 o3' the-
is'iul. Il n l~li.le't-" h rv -c r, In ill a t
tiot th t (U- 94 4)3!-lii1,if&,jJ VentgeS (of tilit- 4bElJIill(Ij li kcele)ell
31it)i Ithat e! a :tip e jr ier4 1 I h ril-hiiii at (lie titue he
.' It l 4.431.1 i i'.I o re L 1row~inog tillt, wore fai from eielico a gi
ilde 344 14?~jll~t!. the. I ~t9'4I ad ndi'lie wa.. not tevil ifIpermiittedl t4p
111-z atliati A1:1.lIal' ii- 1`11j.111, andl i ii

1111011 hadli' i' UtI:- 471 if ;,tI I re- gi atI e I. '. F1-4PleW v e I-, Mr. Z --w,
1. h-t.Ii Il ? 1i s i'- i latrIY a l'l Jinll1111- 4 I Wti Iie)! 1.1' tile kitiz o p 1' %-wlit fotr
ali~v li~ o-' l'eiHas I-mi-t' ti~it eul .11 i t)o(&4i11t14) himt, lit- .)Uj
Vei t'it~ 0)31 I~- I(9 I i t 1. istM it[I d whleu other' young ill

fa iil thf IN Iafi ie 9 iti llal 111 ,' "t'ld a t'eh'1,3 ifl! I-i "Urt lou rs
llo. 1:1141ti-th rt' Wa 394 le) IlllitI. .14 1 1, w e vortig to) lit khimzi-'VI felt
Ii a vt a 14111191al l11,-4 4Ifii t-1 ifinsa e-rI ain Ii il~ ivii '1 useful life. H-ow wd-l
-4,11t. MIanyi9'of)1theumi make ad mirablde sti.eeelle-'di a ebeen l i'.WiihA IJ
toe in I'r- fonla ii u'.i4al pf4ho r-int. mid il na kablo.lemueceessin life t11w" far.
=-vIt%' afUt~ti(l little it- .'. bet kAt'Qii tile Marion comity h a,4 attesated I
(e'l(io act.'t.. Daliajt v anlit. .r- ,%;-;cin 111.reciatioli of NMr. lewadisk
Kw!A% iiiielo'r Iflit! i'ilttieiie.'4 tic 'ared en-
ti-i lliI~t't-'.lii I it ~erii ti iai4levlatiing Li mito tile -tate legllatt
plre-t Iv, atiel it iimi ti-I t Ito- 1.) tOg. tHirtee('oiizccuti vi timest". In tile leg
IPrealc'lii ii i~e!-A searle i*l't it". k It ot !ati vt'hal els iet' 1mk it jr4Jiliin ent lit
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.1lidiciary committee. To lbe a melii-
her of this committee is a mark of
-p#,eial honor, it being e'otiidere l by
far the most important in the whole
lixt. At the last -ession Mr. Zewad-ki
wa*- the chairmann of the 'otumittee,

thli next highest place to --pea'ker of
the house. The Time- editor hi ',
-etrvf,.1 \%ith him the last two sessions
on the judiciary committee and aan
speak from his personal know ledge of
lis standing as a nenimber anti as a
chairman of that committee.
As a relre.p-entative Mr. Zewadski
attained stuc'h prominence th:it hlie has
hieeni urged to become a candidate for
congress for this district hut it appears.
Ihat Mr. Sparkman will le a candidate
lto u('eed himself and Mr. Zewadski
has declined to enter the race against
his personal friend.
Those who know Mr. Zewadski best
have the highest respect for his ability
:is a1 legislative etlleer. If elected lit
would go to Tallahasse with valuable
experience and continueahlieh ias been
in the past a leader among the iiem-
I ers of the legislature. As a parli-
itieintarian his worst enemies 'concele
him to be one of the best ever upon
the floors of our legislative halls. Mr.
Z,-waldski says lie will comlie among
the people to discuss the issue. % w ith
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takent a L~usiixe*s v''r-t'. n p.'imiyle--
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richled Ili- i niiil w~ith a tiet-ti,r- ixo~re
valuable tbllaxt old.i By v li -r i'
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gradually i'xtendimu la iI r 1g1 u
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It wa tatmzounced at the IopeningAp
tenion of the New York conference -
of the Methodist < hurch. North, onil
Wednesday, that of the $-z's.0,0w0," i |'
the Twentieth Century Thank Offer-
ing, which this church proposed to ______
raiie. $16,4/0,4,4t was in hand. The
opinion was expressed tliat there wa- a- __ ______________________ --_-----__j
i.4 doubt that the ,,na ire amount
.would I e ,oltaint-d. This is a wonil er-
ful acl hi.v it i nll t. It nmu t n li 'tten that this money i tle ins rais-d i
in addition to the regular charge of
hlie chur-.h. '-- --
It ham not twhen .o very maniiy yvars ^-
"iii-, thi, Mi thodist ehnurili wa- ci -
.,i.i.~t .--- -G RO CERY
r*|'.l t 11 ) ini :.llin'| it bu t1
t 'i itt .I il- t '. It ti: l .. ihii ti- ll -

I 't **' i t* i 4 I *- n '- t A g, i ti it **
w: hth.N11ii YOU TAKE NO CHANCES in buying your
w h.., ,, i ......... I 1.-- **,",; th. It m1iiv a-
t ht tt 'i, t,- i ,, ,! t,-- ill lii,'l, th, ^ w i .v .i .

:;;;:. :,.: ^ Groceries from us, either by mail or in person. aS we
hi. ,tr 1 ti-
,, it Ii f t u I t rIl .r .

.it guarantee to give you just what you want. I lI
1111 tleetif'*- of weKIth litvac ;i- y*et n:lltl dp .-

"' "t""s what we are in business for, and by giving \v lne r

.",';;1;1:';', 2ceived for every cent spent here it insures us o ( ir
S ill tle a general revive etl.ti

.". Twentitk (ntry Thank ut re t rade. .

to tw suc'cesfully accoijlihed, but,
fortunately forkl thte church the nmilv dfo ev rc ntnhoverei"

during a pgeneriod of great l. roperitv.

failure. But the Wsueces-funl rait-in.. of -
this great amount for 'ult iury r ih&- fe u l t
4 offering. that the it-ta.-k wan, t'p-, _reat

dt t1u -fully l AdLA.!med, I iJate charges. and by buying them in lar ge q ulntit
Mfrtunately f rchur rc avh, the onm very -

'.-- .. ".-cash we get the LOWEST PRICES that RELIABI < ( t l ) 1 ,
A Business Parable. ___-
h.nce rer had io-. o-ii, 0 bought at. We give you this advantage, making our pro it j
eight hunLdred u. hels of _-,rn, -lhii'l 0
hie soid E'ot only to a "i,,g.e nr.hdi1
;r,,,,,..,u,,,,..:,,,,...:,,:, .,,, can beto do business legitimately.
hundred ditti-rgnt mero dlchant., Iau-,,i'l
hA few of them I-ai him ti We claim to give you the best goods that cn1b b4 b,, lt ,, i
ea-h, but far the greater numnlbtr staiI / ,
it was not conveniient then. hut woula .. I .. 1 .. 1 I 1-
lay later. A w nmiontl. asa.sed, ai prices BS loW aS thley Can De sOld at,
the man's bank account ran low. -
"How i this.?" he said. My ,n,
thousand eight hundrlrl I~ul,..f----r--[ urAIlP tin ill0hrE arE rin'r l rnUl0 WHEN GOODS 1W NOt ', PW^
grain wu harkept nit" isltui WE MAKE NO MISREPRESENT WTIONS, S1ED WE
IMNted up a |ipulic not i-e and asked
thioe that owed him to pay .juiikly. -
isut iw i only a Nmall matter, and I will ,*

wetone. t f ..iT ,,h,,a." ',,NO.- QOuality they say. There is nothing in the eating li loo1 oad tor 1u0,
-41 bIadly that hIe fell out of i.-di a1ml c ust m
wok., and running to hi ra.ery customers. We want them to have the BEST going g. aij i t l ii ir
found his one thousand eight Iin-f .
dred hIuthels ,for orii safe there,. I e-
a, ,, :,r, ,, ,,,, as in the past. we shall see that they get it. Give us your ('orders .,
*Id his corn at all. SO -
--next ay tne .-11 we will take care of you and see that you get what you won! at rcas> )-
went to the publisher of hi- lt>,.ail rI, 0-
;id "Here, ;:ir.. the ; .ay : .r yr able prices. We carry in stock besides
|ajo|r, and when your next year's stilo-
*ripltion is dueyou 'can delled oe n inet olf-
to pay for it|prnomptly. I stol, inl tlhe
po-ition of an editor ls.t niight, anwd I 40.- tI
if"e.eE.yar,: ,,ey '.on-,,, ay, Corn, Oats, Bran, Shorts, Purina Food for Horses and
the ,country in sinall am untis.-- x- p

r- -h Tap Tn.u h. lt. Mules, Cotton Seed Meal, and Pratt's Poultry Food
way, is one '4f tine It".t nnew Ipaal't'r- in
the state, and which is a c redit t.
wouth Florida, ha. donned iti- tihtin it
'atho',:"'and u:aki",ti:'::.:Z viLr We have the largest and best assorted stock of Staple and Foncy

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