V~ 1, Me flU
J. E. C ACE
SRooms 9,,so and ii,
S TERMS, CASH.
i -, 21 a 11n.g tSp.m.
January tab tbereComm, dat
a audwci-doV imapawgn,
expected, to ow very efty.
toirle, 0". 4 betw~eeu th
GUN sad 16;e &(KW tU. OWN
Lat. supoblsesdeat .winl deal a 'healfth
dr i~f Vd caOlthq Svtat
Land Mlb hbook" officials ever
V, poias *M e li *5 olub an Joe-
t vlqIl.e atbtbe prm of th
I" A w e 'fs -t o that O
.-vWIsmt ac Obsb* ~&ri batl-tuteat s
0060w, S.U -vry oIn
l 'Is, tOO e st. *to Poo, th f the
be-1 Min I hs pro-id
tead~addkiftat pJea cmor-
__ O bw* w t m alto-k
Pt~161Ish*a lea's Aevery
'k~am~t h40t 9%6 a coiewe
f'k trapat't~m ae sur nlup
Wiltos. o A. Sr. at mabof
tho go es Io snt
bmd t 4 3od 0 ... W
infl4 o lpos-MIA
R. D. FULLER,
Ofice Ower Mwwoe & Chamlwiss'
"I have had seven years of prnt
that Dr. King's New Discovery is the
best medicine to take tor coUsM aad
colds and tor every 4i-e-d i-n. .
tvon o tnawt el-t,0k -'
w V. .i e tMV ,
orie .lim* l
MrO Ish f blu tl 1
ane on, nor n
e u al lle at
Von ---^ab .-^^^ ^^^ ^ax^^t^^ ^dj~g|^ B
a^f^f^B B ^^I^^^^K ^^K^^^^ K^^^^
A PMllFN Curia
The Mur"W o ew"MnisJemiphFlow
H eim ~an immuof wle
-Insye Ws la-
SThis pardon. It Is meuod a
-w at the last oCkWia acts of (lover-
mad BNOrd before his retmWOMOR
Mwe ditals of the uuwar eamrwoftin
beend 4Y tuM&Y n101110015 49tW
having at the Mow i stoecow
imunity an Itht new been muvel
beforetawanor sines. hJ Cow-
beU u wasnh a belUgaut, pmrnwdlud
Young aam. lRU tesr. s* eedwas
attributed to Iname S jalem. -Me
wa convicted ma" ggmtoemeeito life
Of rather ,*Wta-l hysdqm6 It was
thenek that Campbell wml be wum
able 16 steandthe imr~dlps ata cown-,
vict ausp, but his abilty asm an ox-
pert accountant tMaw No mn
frmthe pboophae aie a" Vine-
e8 bim on a Clerical pinftusw ich"
-e doubt, tcoslm bei hIsL..About
aeaa vher we bewresmov dto the
oatet osyham torthe isha. a phys-
kQa sad mental TINS, phet-
ny not bemlot Nhinsemuch. bes h
reported tobe Ina a pitiful .il~io...
CaImpbell fs orw itifte-At the
Marlon brssm w It-ey s.* wa
weln Anows by several .)esis
Be was a model PuIsecsr. andtheme i
me Age"Ubtat hwe lMe, %a passedIn
nopemtmce mm*qna M for lisfe earful
Ar Wfiaieryi it 4i is HMm seen
GONW4 W WA de
JacbinSOL 5# -Xftwu Sand
.. sb-MM k e ,mI&*t
wbt.FwemAbba~em "fm Vad
"Pogehis a" 011"Ala s
*.f theew a~6M In m
emat at OO
at rid thmebdas N
Forme =stew "0, wk OW.
Pert AT p b sg
Pem eoc J bvm-l*
1~- ~ *- z*
c. L. ews mmd i C e
Pro~ n and Publhbe.
I C. L UThCMrNR;
i8ter a"d eera MneW ,
IR &. CARROLL,
City diKt~r and Suelmese Ma.ge
The mayors message of Ortmdo to
the new cdlr cotetf may be caaed
optimistic. In 1s the as ied V
of property in Orlando was $US .
today It is $1M4,1 4. a Sgaa'-qt
per cent. It has outstIinGag 1,7M@
of bonds, -r whik It pays $4U 40t".
a sinking fund of SI&.. Its Mita
of taxation is 18 tmal. In comparai
with Palatka's 20 mtil tax, on a vales-'
tion of 7LT9.58J4, beads mac
$16o, and s19.3 o floantag aev,
with Bartow of 12 miles assumed
value of 3944.20 and 45,W00 bodis.
Speaking of the restt.s of no sado
sald when they existed there were 30
cases before -the mager durbW the
year. LInt yre the towM was dry
and the drunks averaged N to 3 In
favor of a dry town. Orlando se still
raising money for advertising Its
beautiful town and bringing results.
This season the town will enjoy a
chautauqua which will be open from
February 27th to March 7th. Orlan-
do la progressing spleodldly along all
lines of defraile civic coMditiona
Martel Camp was represented at the
Woodmen's banquet last night by
Sovereigns J. H. Seckinger, C. IL
Veal. C. L Bittinger, Arthur dall-
peau. The latter was accompanied
by his wife. who visited friends in the
Brick City while he enjoyed the baa-
Mr. J. I 8Smoak. Mr. Henry Llv-
ingston. Jr., and Mr. MeLaghitta re-
turned last night from a very mucee-
ful hunt in the 14g sc#b across the
river. They wert. Joined on the oth-
er side by Messrs. Perkins, Gris
and Wilson. They killed four deer
and wounded two others, that, owing
to darkness. got away. Mr. Smoak
sald deer a quite plentiful In the
E. A. Harroll, of Alachua camp No.
5. Galnerilk whi was a suesti at athe
Wooden's te~qet last aSght, sa
it was a great feast and foe of the.
most delightful gatherila he ever st-
Messrs. M. C. and H. T. Joe& of
Anthony. were guests eot ~t K1t
camp last night at their annual ban-
&. M. Register, Sarasota: W. J.
Harris, Jacksonville; Chris. Hull-
wacker. Jacksonville; K T. GarrAt,
Leesburg; D. J. Maboeher, IwlIam,
Mr. JoAn Dewey. wr 1 satloau g
sich de-rable Imrovomets at the
Monteems hotek Ahteio &k.
wife and ftor children from eba *
Sv4ll this aftenoo. .
Mr. I. W. CCurry and s., BrSNaW
Standard, wre tI town t N wMt a
view of maatn a landr., I
the Win ssefi, Mr. t
a goo protopomitle
for the Sar. Mr.
sturdy yeomrMy eS te'
Griner Fnra school, I"t*
band, Mr. W. Steve~s
proposed sale of laada.
Charley Haycestt4 the
farmer, was a bastmo ea. sar as
today, as was Mr. Moet. AtlMiBine
now. Qam EWONisI.NoJo 3oU r
C~em #aesblpwith U&
4 _____ .
Tha &wdet ell cueebrat-
.BhaS ter1 a. m.
'Aextenee to altL
aan oo-9:i3 a. 2
PremeO. a b. 'pstir. .
Junior L age-t:sN p. m. Leader,
Martha Kate Beal.
Senior Lsaa6--&Mp in. m. Leader.
race Deteien b.
Presilhulm-7:. p.1.* r.
Tbhe pwarth Iaesigg : th
clock on Sunday aften ge. mvory
Oke in cordiay Vd e
mad tb take part9 M I
Gr(ce Detterich will lead the meettig.
Subject, "For IUs Who are Lost."
The propram prepared is as fol-
fte e lce.rst
Respeatt P< . :
Patr sung after enAh gag. *
Adrigure Kr Matt. :1 : EMh.
1:7: Acts, 4-1i.
'a&6 on togic by Miseft
Kalht, Ervin. Mills, a mh.
SIll' *ratn 9 e wa "
Volmntaryatlo byWte ber. aad
visitors. ** **
1-W4aprid sand le tthe ga0,Bme c ItU
He tmnmsdaboat to no N aw 4M.
- f Gie 1
I ~ 6
Meets t 2:; doe. S et,l "T tf e l
Rents. vogy e tamodg is ve. *
PraC oe. 49 -
Song. We'II OGrdle the Globe with -- wh -
eading OB "The BIbie"--Altred Ma 'TOMI P8W. TO
fa-,luI tthe "wiltac
thke helu n~..M
hoeares.a.Tbi '' 601 h *.
sowItosa. t"d o We"oit
mommo cmve ". VC. ;
IkuILg.1W!Te wtS .
the moat 4
The circuit court ceased It b
last evening and adjourned unmtl+-M
day morning. The last case wam
of H.h.. Anderson va. the a
Phosphate Co. in which a t
350 was awarded the ptalati. '
Mr. R. V. Hendricks and wife O.
go down to Dunnellon toamswy f
visit friends for a few days
The annual conference of the M.IL-
church. North, is In session at MUnt,
Bishop Cranston, of Washiagb ,lb
There wer.- two marriage IeessM
issued this morning from JudWe BeDl'
office. One to Jessie N. SteveaS and
Miss Hattie Atkins.
Carter H. Dame will go to Dettte
Monday to organize a eaoa ot Wood-
men. He expects to get11Ak to WOMa
tel Tuesday night to participate ID
the installation of the new officers of
the camp. Dame Is an lndispeamable
lieutenant In the ranks of Woodcraft
in Florida and has done splendid work
In the upbuliding of that order.
C. W. Hunter. the enterprising pro-
prietor of tie Ocala Gas Co, returned
yesterday from Jacksonvlle, where hb
contracted for five miles of gas malas,
which will be laid as noa as they
arrive and thus extend the use of this
desirable commodity for lighting and
cooking. Mr. Hunter is making many.
desirable Improvements hI the plaat
of the gas company and the quality of
gas has been Imptoved since he took
charge vf the concern.
Mr. FVnnell of the foundry, who
was sent to Inverness to do some
work. was taken seriously sick while
there and was compelled to return
home. He is up again and at work.
Mr. Carter,. the popular anletaan
with the Ocala Furniture Co.. has re-
turned from his holiday visit with
friends at Uve Oak.
2W. NW- IRMW4' 1
year weW eKtaie tara S a be
O. G. cott; cor-
searetary. Mrs. A. Y. Ip;
teasrer, Mrs. C. C. Todd; ta we 10
Mwe Florme Walters: MfltosAt
Mrs. James Meorbead. Oh
It the members m eat paid their a
could not ad. seat heir fL
- ld J. ,I.. .,I..;LiA- a
dial Invitation s ary
ear fe ome and a a aw te -
ith this worthy er ,iu i
w4tU i Casser sayed Sta;
Southland sa l eto en tam- yiUt Ia
their char their
~te that a e after aias
S ou.-l*Ws Iem bmaI.
had heen spmt. W.
IT VOU ARI A TIPLA S RITWnv go.ihg
About the Wte omYraMf s iWam -
*-tS*cttkp to k-w that B agtle<'OW
can wear oe s a 6 do*e sa NNWl
spribkilng AlleB'S Ptalt fa-t 1A--
Just thethng for 0"Cidamening "
patent bather ieo mmd f or 1 lie,69,gV I
in new ahoes. When rabbet or er-I
aoes becaOMe necesanry ad yor 4"
pinches, Allea'sa Fet ase gives a -
stant oilet. eM everywhere 2
cents. Sample fre Addrees Alie.
S. Obmsted, Uo r, N. T. Don't so.
cept any sAa latib.
WEAAm Sd RECAST I
Washlauat, Jan. .-Raia tealght U. HI
sad pseaibly 8uaay; warmer ia the 5 i5
SD A '~ ~
r-ah U Witt TlmMI.? 4
New Yorak. n i
the preacher ahow that aS of4
rectituade duty I the ely m to
happia so matter- how 0l#1 .g oth.
er wayU may em to at time. The
test is PFnalm xev IL "Litht bis ow
for the righteous and glamema for the
upright in heart."
This is an meraWMt metaphor. We
are not a*etemued to th ftCe'Qright
as of something tat ma-y be ow. as
the farmer ows gral Ito the spring
Light come hmb heaveT to drve
away the gleom of the alsht. to reave
ltoustry, to start aala the wheels of
bsltaea llfe, to -t the vultmrew,
wged or hnuaa it pry In the
e. We aef th akl to God for
the Ight that hbe ams to B every
dawn. But this emeuOptlW that the
pmlmM utte r, eo of t sprionkg as
a harvmt frem seed sown. Is novel to
vm. It siggsts the Iof the dark-
a mof borrow or of trial. ta which
Uod's children mua. -ie at Uts,.
Mon trastla It with the a
suraee that Mlit
; ,~~=, ^ ruit toW l gla* ,
T i TfsCo eeption escme to We with
special force an I considered the topic.
It had beea rain or e i
,e se,. ...s. we .
gl ort a0"sar. I t It am"
Stal waves of It, It
IiV *' hat" evry porm the ab...
"' e '-
aij 't ai J ww- ^,-M^*- j ^ ^a-a- ihkl
the as htiwmm .11
Be God e aslo
Paom r MOf gisium bt ~u
um Wawa t OV funo
and~W 00pu~, smim. j
POXS beabm? Wbom *Obs
Woud Y"ea Ad ohm h*W
OVM by the huraheg ghtm .ofEudaft
Thereman looks up=. wommas tne
tftave 0orher husband. Tbffe to former
da"ys tewidw ha" to &Baced tae A&
maull On of her deed heubmL ?bog
the utli ichd WW of @4 A 0I o-
OWla amlu ta* the tmiflaNew
fatmim S& el am eam
thee uftndaldiwaso "Ethas
or thek WsilMYto aihdth
ft%. lAsutheme ma i Wdi y
hbk for Shm UNION, ft SO
ksm Oldm he nmi he
AMes. MI~wA Mdd.*kh b.,-
the -0u the amm..W SO
0p.'- abe* Uftof huo -Iim ,
aN th esis am Lifi.am
t-m- -a"d SWe ANeso .%a
y~m giea e b
YNTI Was Mats aumt Am
W. a ~. s~hs:U.
hab earsNOW~ lbarwmtesa.
~S rfrmer.lhrM3 3. A
era vt haer o ~~I
that~~ thm pmps
sammngee b. Tb w bog
ae. the weeM" fat Noyw. *
am at m**a *
adE to benh~adthm
~danon& tho -naw-:-
whem ya u at ww I&&L a-ps
oldm a* atyhew
inwoS l. OW h
Mi new ioou hUminoet
Deak at 11 o'clock last nil
that Its mantle oat
.-l JIAh.fa faff *aaa-kfh
inS-ft or -a
sine. .( the
mbg far the
,P~q at th
m m lmi
I g~'*'~* '~*
' .'*,. <
* -.y~., :~ P~~j .~. -'
86e Port of
Syp Meredithf icholdek.
AeOwe of"Tl e ems d
Copynlgi. W. byr tb aBstkMrma
Tli PoT or0 MIUars S M. I
LAIBORNE climbed upon
a rock to get his bear-
Ings. and as he gaed off
through the wood c bel*
let sang close to his
bead. cod he saw a mas
slipping away through the dUnderbrubh
a hundred yards ahead of him. He
threw up his rifle and fired after the
C retreating figure. Jerked the lever spite-
fully and waited. In a few minutes
Oscar rode alertly out of the wood at
"It was better for us a dead hon e
than a dead man-yes?" was the otte
sergeant's comment "We shal coe
back for the saddle and bridle."
-Humph! Where do you thin those
"Behind some rocks near the adg" oC
the gap. It is a poor poeitiso."
"I'm not sure of that. They'bl eapO
across the old bridge."
"Nein. A sparrow would shake It
down. Three men at oene-that would
not need our bullets!"I
Far away to the right two report tIn
quick succeesion gave news of 4rmal-
"It's the signal that he's got between
them and the gate. Swing around0t*
the left, and I will go straight so thD
big clearing and meet you."
"You will have my horse-y-sy" O-
car began to dismount.
"No. I do weIl enough tbe wa.
Forward! The word is to keep thaS
between us and the gap until w e B
sit on them."
The mist was fast disapperslng a"
swirling away under a sharp wn.d,
and the sunlight broke waraly upanI
the drenched world. Clalborm started
through the wet unergrowth at a 4L
trot. Armitage, he Judged, was sst.
half a mile away, and to make their
line complete Oscar ouldN traTvft
equal distanae. The solWer bleet I
Claimorne warmed at the p pect at a
deniate contest. He agreed a s o
curried to him that ho had wao i-0 d-1
ttltio of havit g a ho11mshot oar
him t In an opena road fight aliast wM-
In eight of the dome 6o te apitoL
Thei brush rew thner andM the teM
fewer, and he dropped d"ew a"I
crawled pesently to tim shifter of a
bowlder. fm which he emlM lek eat
apos the open Sad balatW DWe ieAd
known as Pa P -t of -M 5U.M
As be looked about he SA a000%
~i l-, a
as though m
seen hand N
tried to bp a r
bit of dust fTSS
early mornlr.i In the hill, and hsa
beard faintly the mechanical ~
snap of the rifles of Cbhaunvest'sSy'
as they expelled their exploded
trids and refilled their ma i,
"They're not so bad-ba-d hik *t
them." he muttered. "I'lI be tin far
the little brown men after 1 a tthrsaz
with this." and Clalborne aboua b
little and watched Abmltagt i ste d
vance out Into the open.
The trio behind the bafriaes had
not yet seen the man they had creasd
the sea to kill as the Ule of hie ap-
proach clely paralleled the oug It-
regular wall with its fringe a cedars
but they knew from Ciatbales .ee l
that be was there. The men had k-
eted their horn back of the li title fort.
and Clalborne commended their dOod
generalship and wondered wht sort
of beings they were to rnfk aS much
upon so wild an adventure. '
Armitage rode out farther into the
opening, and Claiborae. with his eye
on the barricade, saw a man lean for
ward through the cedars n an effort to
take aim at the horseman. ClaIberm
drew up his own rfle a"d based away.
Bits of stone spurted into the air be-
low the target's elbow, and the An6
dropped back out of sight without fr-
"I've never been the same siae that
fever." growled Claborne and snapped
out the shell spitefully and watched
for another chance.
Being directly In tront of the barri.
cade la was In a positloa to cower Ar-
mitage's advance, and Oer mean
while bad taken his cue tam Artage
and ridden slowly uito them al tr hm
a-2 & .4.
-4 dovg w 106
Be fat e bk to try
*!alhole wef wuaar lsW- to td
dfgnty by tryl gtol. T-"Wh -t 7.
ot he aweaptdi.
we'll lose o qu. o etha M want
t"I certa l 46? Armitagep replied
wasd ting yors*ahat Oscar. wh
edMy am at the barit tras i bkt t do
his horse, wbk wbwas -ti4g the mi-
slidty by t etigs tO his. iM1.
The emmy nw- amme s a srp
asm upeo Arndt a whoe baorse fat.
Sand pawed the oaeam as the blls
cut the sir mda eair al
"fr Gots ske Bt ofrthat hot e
Armitage!" batted at asakune a
1ig opff the roek. t h"T. aos T
wasting yroself tha t way."
"My arml row wamd ve get to ft
somethl im as t1ry" WeI'mg tm
just for fun. Ithe e asthye s ,
Wne, andW yoae as einghit artls-
momery the its tdppe. O- adsan
t he awaym cthed a r, moft m
yards, andt wllM sg m t"t# iHBwaB
msot s 1ht hameh.i1 i 1 tmA
as It loaks dm ths afWL I kao*er
abowt It. Th.e arSi gust d mkea
of it that ertuh bmeS epm a4&&m *-
"Thank me ator hI mUig S
tmbled down a V ~a mm yards ot
it when I playa up be r as a Ma
Get of that no moe. I aW yIt Yeyew
got a hole la yam owl Get dwMal"
"You make me taIed Cla harm a
beautifl trow wall al tebom l nt a
ucht time aoent these M aises va
got dnthem we ilV."M n
Ts left arm tang auit md at hisb
skle, and his tao was very wbtlef te
had dipped his &eoan tahe matd Ut
moment the ball struck his ehMaeM
but he still carried his s er. He
aodded0 tos Goe. sa W taW h 0 b
loped toward .Wet (M -s,,,
maMng straight far itader met.
away lbetwm AMe" ftim Mm. k
Drod Aaoname txa s1af BseswiA'*s
trdl'erd0e go bk tohdtime di~eta
they distrbted Ihemnma Go aa the.
wall sad aw14s0 the0.60496t. L nm
they ew stgr atsie Tow at dSe
sight as the geat rWs appeachated
The booftas eo the iMa hot mes
rang eow aa sU a Owe hank e at
C-r rock ap, nae them
steady ibhs basshb eOMsed
be& w a bAid ft WasR O S
or, and the rsar who omewd Ih. a
rheq eant ap. e1 t heWr mav
Oe beRoe they gaetw ber't sh-
only th ollbe he r bt-eeb
we LiCkooes d es MmS.ft AWMI
Afh lOfethtey 5 Sf
~and of a -gm.ww
ben~Psasw his whle adsi
ani~ IDaa oeft at..,
But they cowldoftweu
t~t Jobs An~ p bWuu m
-B to.--an 6-o gloom"Lw 'A
"He is bm eer t heba.*"to
3a him," sa d RaL'
Thekr elm ws
Is their kinlen'tasas heymow~
a* InceaNstog p.ow de b
Wbe heny Aw -hat he wMa Oft
make the aws~ep which thyMoone
a oe uh ci pimdstuAr ne the
at bim. ,hea asit he mlMi asMa
dchek as te east B herde. omd-
lag ftrawua d ia haeImbd aj
abrhad 4a 0 IL
heM by DulM-edia, (W.s
-* b om
the ig with
-D. with the
K. lop e.IAL-
i W7 --IWekden
Sinv~ W~ha ~ ~ Wbmto ,Vt-g
smt itake I 5 ~a
I-" l iu
imm Ivfm 4
** II '
,. ** i I ..---+,
"10 lag teffly t mf
duing the sbe raw
in tu mom*m 4c
befs-ebmt athow 'ska"f
bet-eh att f t he - *bmi
to sem tae guinws of*a
"adm opdmn law.,%e adlemil
sewus- 40m Zar m3y6.Iv
MARGARET ILLNGTON, WHO LEAVES THE ST. AT THE
HEIGHT OF HER CAREER.
The. determination of Margnet Illintmn, te vwa kewsa -U
actreu., to retire perumenrtly from the t-e mM -i'Imi WI l'. i
young actresses have.met with more prooamwed cteass* ab sa m
who has been behind the footMghbt only about uren 7ya l ft j mA the
bheifght of popular favor m 'ifanr Bernstein's "The ThtW, 11* was
a a trying one. and aftvr play It about a year Mis k llii 1sad
1 deelded to quit the stage. ,
+ --m I. .+?! +_+ :
words of Praise
For th uw v.Ihgii ofW" DrTh. Him' in
si woby' -I r ..-A -o
dsim~ ofb 41 .m -se"s&
Wutsm 3eV. V.*~Oft.1kt1 **
beD3 in Texas were ihpuet in
the first reports of electsbm bhmcat*4 tes
The result In South Cauroflab Itoa be
two, .kmimOfdo oa al
WOM fOghtW ng1ft fatIpOt A*
cbs ifht SNWe
The ASKeletnoftheO-utWse a_ t* i
piedgud tbsmelush.o we t he~lsa
ismi otcs ohm*~hufrhm- es
a" he 'yh.h
md ft Is daiw&
-am "* 9 .W
-eAumqesto W on. h
knefl of the fiquor trat InhaTo
m04 a boo 4
a" NOWi h
tt a l) 4-
I pahldmil, bu
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I 1 .77
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Um cuEST A.EF*
To the Editor Omeala samnr:
I wish to apologize to yosm a yr w i
readers for this loa delay a sqbal. s-
t1am the score card la corn mjdgil.
I am sure that when you knew thatl
ve are laboring over4be amd a hllb I
4ay tbat ouar herank la tooe el n.
We, in agriclturawl k at athe at
versity, have two st I ra6pha1 hb '
all the thee, sad Ia amve wae be
hbld with my worL. We feel ai ,.
however, that the tfarmers frmit
growers o0f Florids wm ls to r O
reaee and provide the mao eue
sary to earry n this reat wasb o Is -
boring for them. a
The exhibma of M sif co..nty
tarm products was a aspirag alght.
EspeciaDy the exhbitloms In the am
conteet. You have In your tmty men
* + .+ + j --O r--
who have corn breeding talets ftr seee e M a eeveremeT
above the average. By develeptoarg sPM 0 .t
these latent taleata the a o s make
thbemelves more sa..tah orators i
and #ealthler than merehsats. Some S .din m l ito
en are natural born corn breeders, ime losr '
as mch assome men are bora tobe the m
orators,a. ad others to be pots. -or
rion county can afford to honor her e me amrt
gifted mea ina arculture tfar. ao and ta eIt
oaens They are'the ftsdat m at a loft'-t *
her posperity. A gi ted or breed- n Oa I
or, such as we harveIa MaIle couatya a'," __"
has it aIn his power .to add em of Aim.W. w
thousands o( dollars *am rto the
wealth of the coeity.
The 8ee0 Card that oeres .w ar s e
The following are the poselMe cred a
Its and the credits received by NKm. of M es.urg. -.. ,-
73 and 71: a q d a water tle
1. Truems to Type-PosblMe, iL. bermt, Mrs C. -R.V
Received. No. 73, 10; No. 7110. pMr. wr eM tattlt Ma' td
2. Uniformlty of Ezxhblt-Poldmm, mse. efSa r t sowl wi m s
5. Reeaved, No. 7, ; No. 71, M. Ce a ent
Sape--Posble, 10. Reelvred, I M 1
No. 73, 10; No. 71. 9 *tels ns t as.' o a boen
4. Colit-PolMe, 10. Receiver, i Mleatop as
No. TS, 7; Nc. 71, S. The Smith Leamt
5. Seed od -Pie--" o2slA e. 0. Put p n &a*
received, tgo. 72, -10; N .L- ..t 9.
S. Tipe-Poeible, Reoet, id Dr
No. 73,2; No. 71.4. MAW
7. mttu-Poselbs 5. mSpVhdV
No. 73, 414: X0L C. Oi
& Karael t? iKPosMe &5 4 t e g
ecelved, No. 7. 4; o. fl. 1 .- t'L
9. Kerael ahape-P00blbt. iL Re* A.I I 1 -
celved, No. 73, 4; No. '1, 4 1- .
10. LeOS* at mr-Possible, 1t. d__Mhli su.ggt aw 40 lai
Deied Nt, 1; N Lo. ". T? .sc 7.4.",wu-^.
ble. L Rboeed. Nok 72, 5; o 1
1. Space Datwea gows-4uM'
ble, Receive pNo7l 2 .7 4 No. 11- N4', I
a4.p Ins e w seemels
Cob-PosAiMe a. 74ted, No. pi K!,- 11
14. Prsportion o as lla1Opr'
73, 90; No71i,. w Dk e I. O* f.
A0 No. 71or e hiteae 0a
The above gi te tcore e ttel
In the competitles Or
en ears, the totals ras a
No. 3 and 65 polats fr No. t
In the proportion of corn,M
gave 87 per cent. of shelled em ta U
the ear while No. 71 gave only $4 pe i
Years of experience at te _ep
inent station, w"th scOre. t. t....
of corn, have tailght as thait w. ge| p
have greater sucems withM *.1A
Florida varieties of corn tha. itt -1 T ST
the pure-bred northern typ~ip. piiklpe%. eiNe
will accomplish more by ag a e.amu.-l et;
ing our own best types tha.Qb i mU ..
varieties adapted to other .
and different soils.Co
P. H. IOLIr h *ilJ.
Director Agricultural Exp. .igM.' 6 nM
=mith as d pers t
pJ." latt be ag
SUICIDE PACT OR MURRMi
fsta ae aim tto n
Kansas City. Mo., Ja. *w.-Pro- iS .
found mystery surrounds the death of
W. B. Brault and his wife, two St A pait g re .',.
aceomplashing the deaths of then ofS "-
deceased man and wife to believe bt R ^mobsh t ems th Steh
Luts people who werg found dead in o tt o n ..
they were murdered. ye aterday. tbo o n e giv
The police. how-ver, Inelie to thq luntaut l iM as h PV1
theoromy that the man adtmla there ls he -
chloroform to his wchlorfe and thenmu lt1oo 1 1 ill A W N,
pided burst when toyheia te bottle whalh itching 9LII
votalned the drug.ace of or y
found. TMhiso le ad the friends o tbe Mtoam Un tfa, tlt
MIND YOUR UpIM I ae r
sou, a nero, I the"'prent p
ter. holding oftce by appoint-
President Roosevelt, who a"
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MU& NO" 4U
J. A. r7ommof
IL J. Klmirbt 49,oo
in to"n today. .
J. DI. 1.Hall. kJr, r0 at
IFLl..in at the Oe.wa
the- OIPa. IV s. .w at
-Mew And urn' svwnftweaww
pI~U~u. t trn Fotetlc Drg-A WORK OF ART.
Naf 70you seenth enw 'vIsIblS Pty -___a
I& C. Dassntoa&
New* .0" toZ t~
*V*' S '^
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wibr bc Ear iut.
r~w be -eftea nd? A
hiumit 1~ ~
~1 ~ ~
*^ .* Uft
I I e
bar to i
\ .' i'- *;
hs no "cuwed hrmu*.bu''t so low
c w e the 11 kcas
- s..i 'w
m -waft d-dw
AtUB OHS Rfw, ftP UR
AM -- &Anto AI- M--N -
AN promm 'y~
ist foolish a wefln
and 46;etht e
d* sa d t hat t~h~Ins
In addition'to twoimfeea
via send 31 ceecntamu
Dr. Piemc's Pemz~
wokishaim we au
cogtd n rmucet
spe~for ee o ~~of aMI
uisa .-gh"o her, .hd&
4 L'~. I
behind the ict&*
Notice Is hereby givem that. thirty
4sys after date. or a soon thereafter
as practleMa, the city coundl et the
city of Oeas, orlide, wl receive and
euMuider a ids la written for the
stractl t of alor ay part
paortiots at te m nids Mewatb
eM the foll llI awamms smm sIml
as by city aeal"ses to diredd ad O
reoquiMe to be osbatrctd, to-wIt:.
Olawaha avenue, from the Outenra
city Hafts to th weft Oe at MaImo-
Fort 3inC a-aM fom the e;s- :
line of lot 7 o( Hrr ubdivtist. .I
block S. of CaOdwels erwey, t t he-
west aMie of Magine steet.
Fox laNe, from Port Kai avesm to
Oklawaha b venue. "
Ray street, from Pott .K a E eae
to Oklawaha swne.m
-Herbert street fUrn Sv-
enue to Oklawaha aveM.
TurcawUla street., om E
avenue to Okilwawbe vease., -
watu street, from i rt F'
enue to Oklwaha a.vem.
Magnolas street, from thm
Air ULine railway
property to the north ide Of
Patll street. .
Main street, from the north s
North First street. to the south
of South Third street; except t.h
olie of sId Mamn street seoath at
Third street. .
South street trf.n Toucw ,l
to the west sie of Magtmno.
ExpOeltiom street, from ( J
,ide of MagSoUa street 6/h
side of Pluse street. 7 '
And the west side et-O .aik
extending front the south Ad&-
pestotfiee buildtg to FPt
And any other streets or
parts or porti-, madeda h
cement sidewalk ordismos.
Specificatons on is e in dim
clerk's offte, of the city "
Said eoaenil reserves ilel h
rilect any or all of the
may be submitted. .
President oa the
Attest: ILC. r
1-7 City Cale t thea
Ocmas,/bL.. Jamaly 7. Xa,
NOTICE OF ADmmt .--'O-
t, the e. tlnes htied he4 din
trhmtes eas as painessm hadei s
claim or ttenest lt the state u the
late A. I, Wimam~ de0 o oN ftM.'
Take 1 s.ee that 1. the t slW.4
was o the tmh ea Oct.. e agdum
ad am I e itt the ua at .00
lted A. L WIMeMs. de.m f*k-.
rm comm. Now. wth dw A. nL.
tErst dom" In O Nbe athe
mW A.1, Willame, *ee 016 At,
teefterh R. IL alt* M anir1-
A censor of the RM0Tteerb
wieams. easek-4 a la mOwft
P. 0. am-, iswanmWas ak .
V"e i the 1 & day c cNe rsr, 1UK.
On" i mos
wb ~ *IU~ tei e66 m
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