The Ocala banner

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The Ocala banner
Uniform Title:
Ocala banner (Ocala, Fla. 1883)
Alternate Title:
Ocala daily banner
Alternate Title:
Daily banner
Alternate Title:
Place of Publication:
Ocala Marion County Fla
The Banner Pub. Co.
Creation Date:
February 26, 1909
Publication Date:
Weekly[<Jan. 3, 1890-Mar. 5, 1943>]
Weekly[ FORMER Aug. 25, 1883-Dec. 28, 1888]
Daily (except Sunday)[ FORMER Dec. 30, 1888-<Apr. 29, 1889>]


Subjects / Keywords:
Newspapers -- Ocala (Fla.) ( lcsh )
Newspapers -- Marion County (Fla.) ( lcsh )
newspaper ( marcgt )
newspaper ( sobekcm )
Spatial Coverage:
United States -- Florida -- Marion -- Ocala
29.187778 x -82.130556 ( Place of Publication )


Dates or Sequential Designation:
Vol. 17, no. 12 (Aug. 25, 1883)-
Numbering Peculiarities:
Issues for 1884 later called new ser. vol. 2.
General Note:
Editors: T.W. Harris, F.E. Harris, C.L. Bittinger.
General Note:
Description based on: New ser., vol. 2, no. 14 (Dec. 1, 1883).

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strict jul=., from Jacksonville. who is MRS. ENGESSER ARRIVE FROM OKLAWAHA COURT
rndue is here from i- One of the prettiest tis given

'much ,rested in the construction WINS THE PIANO at Brenau recently wae tl, one at Seven men traveling in a small The en td tatsle
Mcier and little daugh- of our w federal building which the Phi Mu Gamma fraternity cypress Indian dugout, arrived in the southern district of or
lt. lrances. are visiting at ivine. entertained Monday evening. The city Friday night from Connor, a in this ity Tsday a
Mr. Chas. O'Malley Poy, of Port In- SEVERAL OF THE "NEAR WIN- honor guests of the occasion being small settlement on the Oklawaha James ,'. LoAke preldiUe.
Mr. and Mrs. H. Mo'e are back glis, the gentleman who contributes NERS" DROPPED OUT WHEN Miss Davis of Lexington and Miss river, a few miles below Silver Tnuitei States Distrtet A-
San : .. tended visit to Kentucky uch nice and humorous poems for THE CONTEST BECAME Annie Lou Pagett of Atlanta. The Springs, having left their starting ('hen-.y, United 8tate Ma l M
this paper, is in Ocala on a visit. He INTERESTING beautiful rooms of the chapter house point Thursday morning at 7 o'clock. F. H rr, United t Ce
Mr. H. Spencer is on a brief visit may make his home again in or near were decorated most artistically with The boat in which the trip was Locke. and all the othr a-
*4 Miclgas. Ocala. Though the Winner Was at Times quantities of palms, smilax and red made is called the Oregonian, and waso th ourt r att-dee.
Mrs. W. Mcwain, mother and Outdistanced, She Stuck to the carnations. hewed from a solid cypress log. just After the ase t of th*
Mr R. Turner of Inverness was children who live on South Third Contest to the End, and Will In the reception hall Misses Porter like the old crafts of the Seminole r Judse lke delivered l e ----
a Tw'aSda) visitor so O ala. Now be Presented the and Pearson of Dcala, Fla., welcomed Indians that plied the rivers and with great solemnty and it I
-street, spent yesterday at Leroy with' Beautiful Piano the guests and introduced them to creeks of Florida in the days beforeall h ground that te ary t t
Mr R Gunby of Tampa was Mr. C. Y. Miller, and had a ver de- the honorees who formed a pretty the white man. cognizance of. T ar s
lcted lIresiqlent of the State Bar As-lightful time. Mrs. Mcllwain to The Co-Operative Piano Contest, onore w. 0 r0 a py h a coh
te relent of the State Bar As-utto th oran enre into three months ago by the oo picture in a bower of palms and ferns Capt. W. H. Mason, who headed the ttnlysad at l
hr mother out to se the oras. O enred into three months ago by the in the drawing room. In the back backparty, is the sole builder of the oat, lsion the r rtird te
lttreesan sim anner. Mr. A. E. Burnett, the hall punch was served by Misses and used as his tools broad axes, adz- room and e tered ph.. the d
S ALE--Velvet beans, at farm- I Hiunitr '.;.g Company, the 0. K. ,ro- Scott and Miller. both prettily dressed es and small planes to fashion the hull duties
*s' pri hy F W. Webber. Oak, Miss Edith McGuire of Southport .. l & Heintz, Me.srs. in red niessaline satins. of the unique craft. Capt. Mason said ofTts rt at C
frndar of r. A. riv. che r- end a h in Ocala yeser Knigh i.ang, ..dss Mary A !leck, .Miss Marguerite Porter of Floridathat he has been two years building yls foreman the ry
Ta tnds of Mr. A. .. Eichelber- is A e Mix Mis Moleg friend. e thing & Shoe Company was soloist at the organ recital last the boat, working at odd ttmes on its ed Mr. Kyle Wrtma clerk.
set alll regr.. to learn that he* is \1 ss Anne Mixson Ms M uir. a1 M.1 -r. R. E. Yonge & Son, came ^Sundav afte-non and delighted the! construction. T l e a .et of tagag
quite sick In Atlanta. 'made many friends on her first visit .aa Mn.E s.r . Yone & So, came nit er sweet voice. lighted The cypress tree from which the
to Ocala la." winter. \ho are glad to t a elo-uS at J; o'clock Tuesday alter- audience with her sweet voice. The cypress tree from which he Grad Jry
to Oca la las winter, who are, d ':h count of ballots show- Miss Bessye Porter of Florida and boat was made grew about one mile W. J lin R 0 0
Mr Thoa Sexton is in Jackson o nhad her back to our cityr- Mi s Miller of Atlanta spent several from the banks of the Oklawaha liver . .
atile. hauling hgr eyes treated by a s and hecr ived -;'. vote., while he next days last week in Atlanta as the and after being cut and dragged to. B. W
-- -- Mrs. Heron. of Bishop'ill '. h h, -, s!ti! in the. contest was Mrs. guests of Mrs. Miller on Peachtree the banks of the river, the log was. Smith. Pr. N

Mr Pat Randall. the nautical man gone to Tanpa to b rest t I t 'h i:th. h 71.54 voes treet about fort feet in length, an fiveson R. K. Wartama. (
r ow r opf Connor. wa arria of lt.heir, brother. ho i, !,a ":h ('.,nt.dSI ;,'A' quit interesting The Alphi Epsilon fraternity at and a helf feet itn diameter. Th
a o rne.da y viitor. be married this wek 'o Mis Yancey tin l, :v r ad ontinuted o up Rive'rside academy, has made Miss completed boat has a length of twen-ton. I. Wartmaa W M.
-of Ta mpa.h is, 0-is l tm :''t t. sao. ote of 'l.ssve Porter of Florida and Miss ty-three feet, and has a beam of five
Sof Tampa. The we( Mr (' I May is here to superin- a prominent social event of that city. .'- a g colntsanlts withdrew. It embers ell of th ainesville, honorary feet and three inches. a De J
..... .,... .... f ...menbers of their popular frat. She is equipped with a Detroit en-

lead the big sale that will soon take -- I dliiil I 5I" i-I11 0l l I1 -
place at the Boston Store. E. C. McLeod of fleddick arrived in r.r-aining highest eontestanis got liss essy Porter of Forida ap-
the city yesterday. He came up for b y .anid tho, votes rapidly clinlhe peal ed in an oratory recital last Mon-
We understand that quite a nuin- the purpose of being present at the upwiardi. However. thi. condition was !(laynight, giving a clever negro tnon-
ber of Ocala people will attend the marriage of Miss Katie Mae Carter to shGrt lived., as another one of the ologue- er work was exceedingly
Taft inauguration. Mr. Luther M. Brinkley. which happy .ia,'.e;s 'hen dec(liiel to allow her well ,ldioe and the recital generously
e-.ent will occur this morning at the nIo '- !r ahe longer useil as a contest- applanded.-Atlanta Journal.
Mr Frank Harris. Jr.. went up to. Baptist church at 7:-O o'c '.- ; Thi. !' Mrs. Enigesser virtu-j
Jacksomvill- vesterdav to spend a day (;ainesAille Sun. Feb. 24. all wil;i-r. .s the ballots up to that IN MEMORY OF FRED A. LESUEUR
or stwo -- -- ----- Iri :, .l i i'r]vy all been centered on
,----* Ppst cards now on sale ;.t o,.. i, he '!''- 1ding candidates. and the Wlhere'as. It has pleased our Hea-
Mr Seth R Brown. for a long tin-e 'tach at Fishel's. P," highest. contestant had scarcely vtnly Father to take from our number
a citizen of thi.t county. is critical urth fifty tlousan ma beloved brother and co-worker,
iMr M. Fishel leaveson at atrdiy ia r s,.d the fifty thousan,! mark.
rick at .i home of hi daughter. Mrs. r A ishel leaves on Saturdaj. I Fred A LeSucur; therefore, he it re-
K I M. ni'ht for New York, wherv he goes While Mrs. Engosser has been con- Solved A
K^mo. i Micanaop. on his usual purchasing trip. He will ceded the winner for some days. the solved1
Voting was continued up to six o'clock 1. Tat Ocala Lodge No. 19.
Mr C. 'aru. uje of the bht., .he away for several weeks and during v TKnights of Pythias, has lost one of
known citizens of Reddlck, was a bus- his absence he will visit Washington Tsday ternoon at which time the Knights of Pt and trhiaest members has lost one of
n~ visitor to the county's metropo- with a party of his usnessinal ount was made and resho was always punctual at all the
sa o T day. friends, whose guest Mr. Fishel will follwsr meetings of the lodge when he was
-e during the inaugura'ion of Mr. Mrs. Jas Engesser..........76052 a
abl. nd h.i ulda lA stna b~ ,.wt


Mr. J. S. Mann of York was a vis-
itor Tuesday. He formerly ran a
sawmill at that point, but says now

Mrs. Chas. Culbreath........ 71654
Little Miss Freyermuth.. .... 41967
In connection with the contest we
wish to thank those interested for
their fairness throughout the entire
three months in whicn the war of bal-
lots lasted, and while we had boped
that the closing days of the voting
would be more lively .we had no con-
trol over the action of those who at
so late an hour withdrew, leaving
the prize virtually won by the remain-
ing lady of the three leading contest-
We congratulate Mrs. Engesser on
her staying qualities, and it is with a
great deal of pleasure that we declare
her the winner of the pretty piano
offered by the above named firms.
Long may she live to enjoy the
fruits of her never-tiring energy and
the plaudits of her many loyal friends
who helped her to win this victory
over a large number of contestants.


I extend to each of my friends dou-
ble the amount of thanks for the num-
ber of votes given me in the Banner
contest. I fully appreciate the untir-
i,-g sin'lnos of each of my loyal
friends and ,thank them for the hand-
s :.ih piano. which will he highly ap-
1 1',l. an,1. each note will sound
h1 I o!' p 1; kintldest regards for
of I!', p in'it, Ias iits
*. I \'ry tjiieh ith-t .\Mr- I.oo-
'' '* ,i N ,ii Miss Uitch vwitihlrew front
th si .;tI lit,%v alic had rev'%iv-
Si *" ii ' f \-t ,s. and the
'- ",;>i''l h:Ivo' l'' ii more iter-
: \nd 1" t t' l)i't.'''ss e,'ntle-
'A,; took p'irf ni the ,Co-onera-
'. 1 IQ.' iTI. I ;ty ;Ih on' he' fcrown-
'i 't s ,,' 'c s.

v. i- hl, ,p
'. ry r"espectfully.


Infornialti(n was receivi'td in ihis
(':y yestrd;:y afternoon that a fire
originatedI in Drew's book store some
tinted yesterday and extendedd to Co-
hen's hig dry goods store, and that
the whole city was again threatened.

ae, anu w o couia aiway ue count-
ed on to render any service within his
power for the success of the lodge.
2. That we bow in humble sub-
mission to the dispensation of our
Father's providence and while we
mourn our loss we rejoice in his gain.
3. That these resolutions be spread
on our minute book and that a copy
of them be sent to the bereaved fam-
ily; also. to the Ocala Banner and

Evening Star for publication.

The Marion Realty Company is pre-
paring for a big sale of lots on Odd
Fellows Heights next Saturday. The
Ocala band will head the procession.
dinner will be served on the grounds
and 'the lots will be sold for the mar-
velously low price of one dollar a
month, and every purchaser will be
given a free drawing on one of four
lots with buildings already 1upon)
them. It is going to he something
novel in the way of t real estate :'ale.
Cons'ilt Mr. Asher Prank. the atin-
age'r of ti, M.iat!ioni Reilty ('Coipany.
:itl, ol it;in full i:irtieliars.
y \'will be :i !anim Inot io do i.

Mr John Shuford of Asheville.
4'.. is enjoying a ver. pleasant
i, Oc la with his parents. Mr.
Mrs. Joseph Skaford.

.l tbht post card'" for one cr.t at that he has gone to farming and
Fia el's. x trucking. He has about twenty-five
SGalloway acres in watermelons and he says that
C'lewater Tueslay. He wen there they are comnig up and are doing
with a man who is wanted for forgery and that the stand s excellent.
The Florida truckers are banking on
sad who was arrested in this city. good prices this season
Dr. W. R. O. Veal of Martel was in
See the post cards for one cent at
Orae om Tuesday. He is looking as Fishel's. x
S yothFUtal as be talks and is talking
as youthful as be looks. His friends Mrs. A. E. Waterman, who has
are always glad to mee him. been visiting her daughter, Mrs. Jack
Hiers, at Hobe Sound, has returned
Mr. Sam Hoflman has returned nome. While away Mrs. Waterman
hoe fro a visit to New York and visited Palm Beachi, New Smyrna,
otber eastern cities, and on his way and other places along the east coast
hoe stopped for a visit to Charles- and enjoyed her trip immensely. Her
18 ;friends are glad to see her back.

Mrs. C. C .Todd left Tuesday after- Mr. James T. Hall of Candler was
moos for Tampa. where she will a visitor Monday. He came here in
speed a week as the guest of Mrs. E. 1876 for the benefit of his wife's
K Nelson. Tharing her absence Miss health, and it was thought that she
Rexie Todd will he the guest of Mrs. could not live for more than a year,
('larencC ('amp's children. but owing to the balminess of our cli-
imate she is still living and has made
Po t cars now on sale at one <-ent j herself :a large ri lat ',. liit, ol
each at FRlbel's. x ('Canrler.

Th.I M S ,sOs 'I. II l n. r I o Sou, h -
Thirn h*a< *'i l. t Now, that r.1uroi et '. :
Third -'*re, t. had a I .
,;ional r-strvr.- \wfib\ "Iw r n
lar s Tu'.-.ia) nigh, a national :aqIpropritqIor : i:v..

'i, 4 *.u llarco. who has h-.1n is- same fitted up with good roads? The
in l 1 -latr'-w'-' (';anip t(r s.'-' r: 'l appri ache to i light alsol 1 ,' '.l<-
d~l t 2 ,' I. ; o', i<,',a' tor ian'i iada nm izcd. (;ood ro l-idini.: t- > '.
national r's- ve :,i;ht ; i '4 !i-
M Jack -11 T of l.,'von is \..%i0 1 tiwi ftionl of l' r'id i ': ''; or
*, I 'p. li' l' I >' ; soi o hfr poiit w t! i '. \ 1 r
> it r* tl d i'.--' ; l)<,'- ;:'ir. ( : T h is is 'giv (i 'r ' ; < : s-
------ tion A good 'o;' to T:v;o i,
IMr- W'll'.nti W ,lf and h. r pr'11 v 1:'; : .*',;it to. ;,r \
i,: l ,ni.- !L r \ :(, h e t ''''' w ,! \v u iii * h ev< >' ,',,',. "h ..:* :0r h u nip r .' ;:t
M i t '* l |, tt-' w o w e* 'k il T 'l }" *onl,+.lii s .: v.'- *: t .!:I. in b r- 1
S,' ti, 'tl --' i l'' .I'*1 i;'ir. r. rTil l' the i\\ pi;ic : Loet' ", t l! tX
heHts n * stl i let
__ -------- l"puty Hutson has under arrest one

It \ l;, who has b. en a
.ullnai o i<,i,'l.c lr ftor many years.
ha' .. n e,-o:. .le'i to lay off for the
hPI, 14, 1 n 14i. 11 otil iu4-count of sick-
p t I It. will iw, awith ie o, fro -Chbarlotte Mr. Harrison ex-
pt s. to resiv. his position soon and
.k,. farm and garden.

johin Jons. alias .John MclCi'v"r',
alias \Vill Frazor. v ho lial ',l'hn a
horste from John Perlins. \\Nh) l-s'
on Indian Lake. The man was trying
to sell the horse for twenty dollars
and the deputy arrested him on sus-
picion. and he finally confessed that
the horse was stolen and told who
h .,s.nSma1 hriinnrae ito -rnne- Mc-!

gine, which develops a horse-power
of about ten miles an hour, and is fit-
ted with an overhead canopy with
canvas curtains.
The trip down 'the Okiawaha and
up the St. Johns was made without
mishap, and the only turbulent
weather experienced was on Federal
Point, which is about forty-five miles
from Jacksonville. This was Friday
at noon. when a heavy wind and rain
squall came up that threatened to do
serious injury to the little craft and
her occupants. She weathered the
storm, however, and proved her sea-
worthiness in the encounter.
Leaving Connor at 7 o'clock in the
morning. Palatka was reached at 7
p. in., where the party remained all
night till Friday morning at 7 o'clock,
and after a run of all day Jacksonville
was reached at 6:30 p. m.
While here Capt. Mason will have
his little vessel registered and will se-
cure papers to operate the craft up
and down the picturesque Oklawaha,
taking tourist on sight-seeing and
fishing expeditions.
Those who made the trip in the
boat to Jacksonville, besides Capt.
Mason, are Maxie Mason, J. S.
Thompson, J. U. Havis, Rosco Mar-
low, Burt Thompson and J. W. Hall.

Mr. Drew Mathews of Flemington,
was in Ocala Wednesday and said
that Mrs. Abernathy of Tennessee
yas visking in Flemington. Before her
marriage Mrs. Abernwthy was Miss
Sallie E. Howard, and was one of the
teachers at the Ocala High School
when Judge Bullock and the then boys
of his age were pupils. Mrs. Aber-
nathy now has a grown daughter,
who is with her on her visit to this

.iessrs. Meffert and Taylor are Lusy
iPvying the foundations for their new
thirty-ton ice machine. It will be lo-
vatl.d very near the old one. so that
rht two can be connected together.,
and both be run at the same time or
separately. as the needs of the tradeI

( ila i \ 'e-\\s. l'!ori!;a \hi \vs. all iin'Isjliayv demand. These enterprisingI
, if \ iev.. -Jpo atl Ii lar' e business in our city. They are:
's. '"a-;siitintgioili. .o;.ort-l. wVi ntIustlers, and such as are entitled to
,s ;tri.i in D' I'nitit'. S rs o r, Idall kinds of praise.
v'. ~ir c l l a w s !io a zi .1. 1L S :i o < ik r e-, iveo t h e i s o r
sill e s: s H" hI he ent i : 'ste'rlay of luhe death
tle' cabli in Ihe latwr oods te.cai't, it i a. ;. -hich o '(icirred at
,: ',. "i. i i. She was .;0 years old
;uisin '.e-> i' im i i t hi ii i lo l>< !i t: irI
. I., t);l ho f I t. n f' hi. l

'\v's us' if for. he- jlusit .' rmitt' retr'in ii. ,'s''a ii!'ly as it d(!i ni ; ka e
ui[p much room. .\s heh was "aeji lht
with the g-oods," he though Ntloi iho'
Ihs.i thingI he could do was to *nr-Tr
S ';ta of -ui iltv and throw himself
iipon :hho mercy of the court. He
avows posi'ive'ly that he has not used
the still for any purpose whatsoever.
..ludg'e Locke has withheld sentence.

Later reports, however. communi-




-. E. Howr, W. Kraybill, 4.
Ferguson, C. A. Uddoa. T. B. I
J. H. Livingston, A. B. Johasa P. P
Gadson, J. D. Meloafy. MadMie =SUM
The case agMnast Wesley W-a
ton, charged with nrusas a stM
licitly, Is set for this mormie. I-d
case against Lewis Wahite. .
with selling IHiqor without a ofmetg ,
is set for this afteresa.
The case of P M. Browm 81IM
Springs has bee s etimoed. as
physician stated that he waws ".rti
ill, and could not pesoibly maderg W
The case agmaiat William Jm
was nol pressed, as he is aov mswr
a sentence a the state eoerts.
It is not believed that the sewrt
be in sessioM many days as t. i
tion of the state seems to be la
good shape so far at e st as is
tions with "l'ncle Bam" are



The Whitworth mil casm wm
up before the mayr W Wed
morning, but i was up at the Sd
station of Mr. Witworth, as heo-
ed to be fully easmeratsd.
It seems that e was arrested
time ago for setl allk that bW
low the test. Ho was lamd e
lars, and the I te was afterward.
As Mr. Writworth was peo g
that his milk would iMet may pgea
test. and bhis efforts are to ftr i p
customers wth a pure artlete f
he knew that there must be M
wrong somewhere, so be set he st
make an Inveat atsou. He* dIs-ve
that a colored boy Ia the Corer Opl
Store had robbed Lte milk ad f
cream, and that made. It fall beihm t'
Mayor Rolt.r, ao'n roenated to .-
open the. anid y.v4terday niwnlnx the court reM
was crowded. as thec raise had attrI n'
,! < nisidelrabl, .. t e.itl il I
Mr. Whkworth Pr'toved hish lsw
'; "i '4O a i It, *0t ** q g
:'rl in prn \'fr 4'.rAl
.... t-r .\ s ,. w, fe .* A,
"'- t)' t I'. h*. i>nfeIss ted
t', i"' ha, f.i**,, , rs* a km out t |

a;rd \li %[ 1 f '., ',h t *. iE hargd,


i f' < : i I or I TW %-I, I I lli- i --
S*, R'v. S w ;as indeed a "mother in .1 i.' 1 ri .. l st?. tir a to te
:,:" ,: Mr. Smoak immediately .',' ,', '| .. ...,I - Th
A ; i; attend the funeral. In his be- fI '- ' r '.. :intt he has the sympathy of 'I rkv r **' hia i,.st i' ,n.,r *'n.l* -l
!.i- friends and neighbors. ',ln'; \h.'n T"liuaGn (ordon.
gre. fr',v-.r'v Wrn '* r Pt th. rirst
Mrs .1M .E. Washburn and Miss Em- 'Ir"'.;! lark .f "'nrtl..- 4--' ..
nia Washburn -nitrtained a number th'io"tr.: i, P"i-,-rg tfroni olorma a
of their friends very happily Monday ia"e, ir, juil .**'hh-.el with ithr,1
night at their home on Orange a'i, The, haunt r re '' i I',',l. wa|
ue. The special guests of the even- was ranhthr of it. TurtlIe f'r-.ik
ing were Mrs. Washburn's brother-in- a y var and a hair ars AA t that
law and sister, Mr. and Mrs. C. L. a packa-. coftaininxn $4E** ditm
Dudley, of Massachusetts. who are ied and no Ira" <(f the thik d





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Chris Codrin
In this year of grace, when so many News unlimber
s| I ,southern newspapers are paying af-and took a shot
fectionate tribute to Abraham Lin-
S coin, a prize essay in one of our Frank Harris,
northern exchanges contains among Entiling his
other misinformation the following Chris unbuckle
paragraph: literally peels
"in 1860 intellectually the south able friend.
S was practically dead. Most of the was not person
am f sad my t". aud how it flt I people were densely ignorant; hence, Mr. Flagler or
f-t ; the great religious and educational his railroad an
R- a ammd mry land and half the movements which in the north had
a~"M away. built a church and school house at ev- for the than
-~- t adi beed red Its stripes fo:- ery cross roads had swept by them whom he had
~_*_ *m. unheeded." that his relati
-w~ in l 1 'ewcopnha


gton of the DeLand This paper acknowledges the 'soft been se t apart OR
red himself last week !impeachment" to having been among Several days have been set art T
;recently by congress for the deliverY
at c or good old friend, Florida's early, reformers, .i euloie to deceased members.
on the Ocala Banner. It early advocated the estab Besiges the familiar quotations
editorial *'Flagleribia," me toari y mBesides the fam iliar quotations
editorial "'Flaglerbia," meant of a railway commission. from Longfellow Bryat and Thomp-

the hide off our vener- an interior city-is deprived of do- following new poetical quotations, For a Bad Cae ea
Lfter stating that he ing a wholesale business. there called ing new poeuisitical quotations eae ed fr Tree M t
nally acquainted with The success of this measure which called into rePainand ching were erre.
any of the officials of this paper urged so strenuously and I know not where His islands lift
d didn't care any more with so much sincerity and fidelity, Their fronded palms m air; CURED AlER OTHER
for any other person has, like Dead Sea fruit, turned to I only know I cannot drift. PRE CPDTIR OT AIHE
never met, and saying ashes on the lips. Beyond His loving care. PRAILED

ions with the railway

Sa-- t schools for the Japanese
s be acoa titational. What ut-
r -mela*mres!-Peasaeola Journal.
--L- --

Pnds of WUl&a Loeb. Jr.. sec-
ra y ~ to e presmt, made the defl-
le I Nafoemt yetarday that he was
ft bgg. --Is-o-r of the port of
e mw Tert. Mr. LIeb. It also Is Mtat-
eL Is to beoam the coafdential po-
SmI admt lr of the next president
e N Tt mters.

Prom the "pen" to the pulpit is
= to he quite fashionable.
t o be a ig step. but America
b he s e of th- greatest rapid
lo e airti s inn 'I.- world.-Atlanta

We are told that the "pen" is
iW y. aad there are two kinds of

SIaPr Pnk Harris of the Ocala
S-- r era d the o bpltality of Mr.
Fa r on a recent tour of in-
S-eti- of the Mt C(oast Railway,
w b e has slaee been giving most
e oees of the great exten-
m work over the ocean. and its far-
-ing prtoenator.-8t. Augustine Me-

U r (ris O. Codrington. the great
6 maa who edits a paper over in
aLl Dead. says that the editor of the
Oeal- Ranner is making a "jackass
af htlelf'" in his write-up of the
S Coas seCctes and of Mr. Flagler,
Id a ts carrying em the great work of
0 erteaslot. Perhaps not so bad as
a ,

SA umbetkate bil for all pending
ra- rtottin the re-enlistment
4 t s imdisoM of the Twenty-fifth
Swhoe were discharged with-
40 W iS laewlfg the Brownsville,
a t. e~tt g up." was introduced
tI as m h SeaT tor AMrich and
W Iy 9---- ft akepr ando

U I ut Vmdm a er a couortof in.

I so dbo mum t10 requlst-

doaIm 4 fema to prove that
a Ik to a -eem give over to

were redeemed dollar for dollar.
But the south never whined. It
went to the war with its eyes open
and took its medicine with Spartan
But why not let bygones be by-
gones. We are not berating the north.
Never did. The south has always
stood willing to meet more than half
way, shake hands and be friends.
We have a lovely section and vant
to share it with all the world!
That is the politics of the south at
the present moment, and has been so
since the surrender at Appomattox.


Monday the nation paid loving trib-
ute to the memory of George Wash-
ington, affectionately called the
"Father of His Country."
It is fortunate for the perpetuity of
our free institutions that the Roose-
veltan idea did not prevail when the
first president was at the head of its
affairs. Had the early republic been
inoculated with the Rooseveltan virus
the country would have long since
been subverted into a monarchy.
We cannot praise the memory of
Washington too much. His patriot-
ism and amenable character still has
a soft and mellowing influence on all
who are familiar with it and his life
and character cannot be emphasized
too frequently and taught too sedu-
lously in the schools.
He was the right man in the right
place at the right time. In all the
world there were fewer more heroic
flgu -es.

A Japanese commissioner sent over
by his government to study American
methods of farming, is a pupil at the
Nebraska agricultural college. He
has his family with him, and on the
appearance of a baby boy he succumb-
ed to the inevitable. The kid is nam-
ed William Jennings Bryan Seki, and
he will one day rank high in the coun-
cils of his native land. That sounds
a little awkward, as he was born in
this country, but according to univer-
sal usage a man's nativity attaches to
the place where he was born though
temporarily absent at the time. Mr.
Seki has been several years in this
country, and will soon graduate and

cepted te same.
It remembers the hamper basket of
flowers it laid at the feet of Mr. E. W.
Agnew when he built a wooden rail-
way from Ocala to Silver Springs.
which helped on to the discovery of
Ocala by the outside world.
It remembers the volume of praise
it bestowed on Mr. Albertus Vogt
when he made the discovery of 1-hos-
phate in our county, and the praise
also that it gave to the late Mr. John
F. Dunn when he made this discovery
known beyond the limits of the state.
The Ocala Banner did not and
would not for the world put these
write-ups into its advertising columns
at so much per line.
The Ocala Banner is not built along
*those lines, and rather than do so it
prefers to fill its particular niche in
its own particular and modest way.
This newspaper early set its face
against sectionalism in the nation and
in the state. When other newspapers
were teeming with articles about the
unhealthfulness of Ocala and its
death rate, its reply was that Ocala
was located on a commanding emi-
nence: that it enjoyed the same
breezes and sunshine as other Florida
towns; had no local causes to breed
sickness and death, and if its near-by
rivals continued to talk that way
abound it the intended tourist and in-
vestor would come to the conclusion
that Ocala was not exceptional, and
the whole state must be similarly af-
This paper has been impartial in
its write-ups of other sections. It re-
members its write-up of the beautiful
Manatee section just after the de-
struction of our own richly laden or-
ange groves, and bow extensively the
article was copied into the literature
of that section.
This paper has been confronted
with but two things during the course
of its career, viz: Right and Wrong,
and it has tried to hew to the former
proposition, whether it met with
friendly or adverse criticism.
It has made many mistakes, but it
says without fear of successful con-
tradiction that it has done what it
conceived to be the right as it has
been given the power to see it.
A VA whm a fa _-_

This paper early advocated the pri-
mary system of elections: the central
idea of which was to give the "poor
man a chance."
When the system was put into op-
eration it was discovered that the
"poor man" was beautifully eliminated.
This paper early advocated the "in-

Man hath two attendant angels
Ever waiting at his side;
VWith him where'er he wanders,
Wheresoe'er his feet abide.

One to warn him if he darkleth,
And rebuke him if he stray;
One to leave him to his nature
And so let him have his way.

W W 41M11 000 white. mte go l j i
b ltbM s' meam;: Whew! company had always been pleasant,
hda% ad4 tre Mee. with stars that The Baltimore Manufacturer's Rec- Chris concludes as follows:
am d giia of the day. a she:- ord says that during the ten years "But it does make one's toe itch
ar he a th natigt. ending with 1860 the south built 5247 o see a well known and popular edi-
Schurches, or on an average of more tor of one of Florida's leading weekly
--af ON a4d my W aG and oh.. ha ea T rewa a chrnewspapers either make a longeared
NO* t bob"! than 5ficO a year. There was a church jack-ass of himself or use his editorial
W^ ?N_41 OW I_ a _cure within edifice for every one of its 333 white space for that which should go into
S tetm heat et quick inhabitants, while the rest of the 'the advertising columns, to take a
1 So tgl t rl country only had one to every 616 of mild view of the matter."-Manatee
ft -- --.and t Ie r County Record.
-^ wiad-tweed. Sthe red its population. It goes almost without County .
O ee ad white; ti ati. It es almt w t l The editor of this paper accepted
N -- M t0 e I ut ga. the flag fr saying that the slaves were nearly alln i
SO' Wildan invitation from Mr. Flagler and
ma Imd comuians
- Sde.. the red an 1communicants. went on a trip over the east coast ex-
1 ^m "" :^ Gieorge Washington, Thomas detfer-
m e-- George Washington, Thomas Jeffer- tension, and on returning wrote his
-- .son. Patrick Henry, William Wirt, impressions of the railroad, and the
Impressions of the railroad, and the
SJames Madison, James Monroe, An- 'country through which it passes.
- w. -anaer. dew Jckson, Henry Clay. John Why should he have put it in his ad-
!Calhoun. Winfleld Scott, Zachry Tay-
lhoun. Winfed Scott, Zachry Tay- vertising columns and sent a bill for
-LL-w rglMUARTV aAa i lor and Abraham Lincoln were all
V P UARY mr ad Aaham L coln wre a its publication to Mr. Flagler, whose
gifts of the south to the country.
guest he was?
W 6 O 1sls O. UMaha Is begin- The war of 1776, the war of 1812, t a be Mr. Codrington's ty
t e -ub- i tle of another novel the war with Mexico, were all fought of doing business, but the editor of
I -pa- the wartow Record. It is under the leadership of southern gen- this paper is glad to say that that fea-
411TheO"7U CeAW to of Edmund erals.
mT. C lo of Edmund erals. ture has not yet found its way into
61id1Ln" Every foot of territory, whether by ias not yet foui a h
the interior, where he makes his
S- conquest or purchase, that has been
l' Ler hub s of debate the ow- added to the United States, except All his life the editor of this paper
S a1 11s 1il was assed by the Alaska, and the recent raid on Spain has strenuously endeavored to give
-. It ares as appropriation was acquired under southern gen- praise to tose he tou eeve
S. I. bill havi l.. praise to those he thought deserved
h $8 .*a.Saa. The bill having luship. it
sM ltvslMy arted upa by the After the civil war the south was It remembers long ears ago the
w l- wIOaw so to romference with the first to extend the olive branchmee o rase to the
Imeed of praise it showered upon the
4 y amumdmts that have been and did so in every conceivable way. late Co. H L art whe he e h
-- It by the senate. It has never offered a southern man lae H. L. Hart w he abolish
ed a line of steamers on the Oklawaha
.-- for the presidency for fear of exciting r a b
river, and brought that weird and
Mrg lalald to wed Miss Elkiit northern hostility, but cheerfully ac- itureue trea to the at n
o0 06 of the Abrusi will try the cepted Seymour, and Greeley and urtrthe attention of
- '-,i dfirwlt taaL---iin. t!,e the tourist travel.
me --t reu tak- -lin te Hancock. and Cleveland, and Bryan. the tourist travel
-yaa-Peasecola Jourmut T n h So in the long ago when Mr. A. L.
0 e- d of lmMag the Himalavas This nation has no cause to hang Eichelberger set out an orange grove
I ld that the duke Is trav(iltag ots head with shame when speaking near Ocala. which blazed the way for
8lt-- to in o b F1orida th h t- dof the achievements of the south. I that industry in this state, this paper
---t ta oIn Sth Florida 1n. 1heot- that industry in this state, this paper
a tia ts the Evergla.l- deserves a high meed of praise. Al. remembers the words of encourage-
though protected by the constitution:
.ma -- ment it spoke in his behalf.
N to ama marmd Ia Madrid that King it sacrificed in slave property $200,- This paper remembers also when
AM-- as amr pted the role of ar- o000,00. It lost Its money and its the late C nel C. Cdrihe
the late Colonel ('. Codrington. the
MNWer la the dispute between Ger- bonds. Add to these the losses by te, i it ree er orretl, o
father, if it remembers correctly, of
i-an ad rl taud regarding the depreciation and confiscation. It bore he reset r. ris ori
the present Mr. Chris Codrington,
1deartl of Walstfh Bay on the almost the entire brunt of the war,ame to Florida from one of the ad-
came to Florida from one of the ad-
m-tlhwet roam of Africa. as nearly all of the battles were
jacent islands and advocated the in-
..-f. bought on southern soil. The destruc- production into this state of Para
production into this state of Para
aevervt mgt have received ad- tion in Sherman's raid is only one il- .
grass and other plants, how he re-
ter frm the ridIuqlous Bonaparte lustration. On the contrary, the north ed the pre this newspaper
ceived the praises of this newspaper
l- wh wired governor Gillett of was enriched by the war. Its money and the courtesy with which he ac-
-'rsla that a state law to provide and bonds flooded the country and i ,


Florida Editors to Have Annual Gath-
ering at St. Augustine
The executive committee of the
Florida State Press have arranged
for the annual convention of the asso-
ciation to be held at St. Augustine on
March 30-31. The following members
of the committee were present at the
meeting: M. F. Hetherington, presi-
dent, News, Lakeland; T. J. Apple-
yard, secretary, Index, Lake City;
Harry Brown, Record, St, Augustine;
C. L. Bittinger, Star, Ocala; J. H.
Humphries, Journal, Bradentown. and
R. R. Tomlin, Courier, Plant City.
It was decided that the association
should take charge of the St. Augus-
tine Evening Record for one day, and
publish the paper as a school of jour-
nalism for the younger members of
the state press. The managing edi-
tors for this occasion are to be T. J.
Appleyard of the Lake City Index
and Frank L. Mays of the Pensacola
Harry Brown of the St. Augustine
Record and Secretary Appleyard will
arrange and publish the program.
Gov. Albert W. Gilchrist and Con-
gressman Frank Clark have been in-
vited to be present.-Tampa Times.
10A4&_ ..._--

"When I was small I was trl ),!'!
with eczema for about three. mrn~th.t 1I
was all over my face an m. ,)er,.e rq r'v
all of my bead. It reawhel miR I1 a 6te
that it wa just a latrp* sab ail v,.
and the pain and itching were te.rri e.
I doctored with an able phv.-.a4,n f r
some time and was then ad reit-4 v hmr,
to use the Cuticura Renedg. wh h I
did and I was entirely curie. I t.v
not been bothered with it >inev. I ,,.
Cuticura Soap and Cuticura ir)ltnwr,
but do not know exactly bow mwuh wa
used to complete the cure. I can satel v
say that Cuticurs did a lot fr ore. WMo
Anabel Wilson, North Branch, MacK..
Oct. 20, 1907."

With Catlkarr Rno^w ui
Three Day After S3z
Months of SetferlIl.
"I suffered fully six moathm. Thu
trouble began on my arms in little
red pimples and it was not long beoa
it was all over my body lium fa
and hands. It was so bid that I could
not rest night or day and during the
six months, I did oet st a ood Mhbt'
sleep. I doctored for thr or ro
months and spent at loet twmsty dl-
lan trying to nd acure but som eowrld
be found. Then I saw the (Outc
Remedies advertised, ad the mt day
I purchased some for seve-ty- 4 -te
at the drullit's. I u1d b ad
was relied of the itcn a three da.
and I have never had a sigd ofamy a
disease since. The Cutichurm
are the only remedies to ue for sk
diseases, they have cured me and t
will cure others in the ame way. J..
Bloom, R. R. Telegapher. rolloway,
Mich., Nov. 20 and Dec. 29, 1oWa.
Cuticura Remedies are rgarantead
absolutelypure unler the Unitedl staue
Food and Drugs Act.
Complete t l Eternal l an rn Trost ,eM Io
Every Humor of Infantls 'hadrrn aml idlig M(
C1toutlerla inlt 'i Heal h .in. m i
cura KRMnlvlt 50r i. 'or in tb fo'nn If h. f.
C('oated Pills. 2e per vial of 60 to Purify thr INl.
Sold trhu lt wrld I'Go ttr lmrus a roe
Corn. SoleP Po(. t. Mama
N-Mailed )kr. Cullt ur Booe a nMI L0iggim-

itiative and referendum." * *
The vote on the late constitutional I do not ask. O Lord, that life should
amendments submitted to the people always be a pleasant road;-
for ratification or rejection develops I lo not ask that Thou shouldst take
from me aught of its load.
the fact that the people did not take o not ask that flowers should al-
the trouble nor the time to investigate ways spring beneath my feet.
the same and voted blank. Too well I know the poison and the
This paper stood by Senator Wil- sting of things too sweet.
kinson Call in his fight for "the peo- I do not ask that Thou should always
pie." Yet since his retirement from shed full radiance here:
office it has been shown that he has Give but a ray of peace that I may
been all sorts of a politician, and be- walk without a fear.
tore his retirement that he acceptedJo is like restless day, but peace di-
tore his retirement that he accepted vine like quiet night.
the privileges, such as telegraph Lead me, O Lord. till perfect day shall
franks, railroad passes, etc.. which he shine through peace to light.
had roundly denounced as abuses. * *
Senator Tillman, chief among "us" For every tear there are a thousand
reformers, it is discovered has imbib- smiles;
,' or every sorrow there are a thous-
ed the habit of other naughty con-or every sorrow there are a thous-
and joys;
gressmen of franking milch cows, pi-; For every vicious thought there are a
anos and typewriting machines, and thousand generous impulses;
what is worse his name has been mix- For every crime there are a thousand
heroic deeds-
ed up with trying to obtain a slice for eroice a thousanddeeds
For every lie there are a thousand
himself and members of his family truths;
in a land-grabbing scheme, to obtain For every error there are a thousand
which it was necessary for him to use, righteous calculations;
For every mistake there are a thous-
his influence as a United States sen-For every mistake there are a thous-
I and perfections;
ator. For every sin there are a thousand
This paper also observes with some redemptions:
humiliation that Governor Haskell of For every sinner there are a thous-
ani upright men.
the new state of Oklahoma, and one j Irit mn.
of the leaders in the reform move- k a
ment. is now undergoing a trial forth face of Go. and know at
participation in h land-grabbing steal. The thing rhey sought.
In Florida it seems to us that the iout could not find in this gray lighI
"reformers" were in every way suc- of timE':
,T!.'v ?rr ad with holy fr.-t that far-off
cessful. Mr. Jennings and Mr. Brow- eliml
ard were elected governors and the Tl:ev live with (;od.
legislature and cabinet officers all im.-
bibed the same faith. We succeerdel And we who follow them are not for-,
in nominating Mr. Bryan for president ot know or life
They know our life:
three times and kept Hon? William B. The memory of years once lived upon:
Lamar in office for a period of over these lands.
twenty years and this gentleman, hav- Where we still toil with weary feet
and hands.
ing been retired to private life. now ad han d still!
Is sacred still!
says that Florida needs a "reforma-
tion." that she is in the hands of the SOUTHERN FORTRESS NEVER;
"greedy" corporations, and that he in- UNDER CONFEDERATE FLAG
tends to start a reform crusade, and
be the Moses to lead her into better No fortification on the seacoast of
ways. He rings in Mr. Flagler's the United States has a more inter-
name, who is now entering his 80th eating history perhaps than old Fort
year, and whose sole ambition is to Pickens, overlooking the entrance
Pickens, overlooking the entrance
complete his great sea-going railway
before he shall answer the last sum- channel to Pensacola harbor-certain-
mons. ly no fortification of any character
Never in his life has Mr. Henry M. that figured in the bloody strife from
Flagler participated In nolltics. He '61 to '65 has such a history.
is a constructionist, a builder, and Like the eternal rock of Gibraltar
his one dream is to confer benefits the old pile has withstood the ray-
upon the state of his adoption. ages of time; of siege and assault;
Desiring no office and speaking as of the relentless blast of sub-tropical
one who loves the state of his nativ- storms of the tireless, ceaseless en-
ity, the editor of this paper declares croachments of the sea, and yet like
that it seems to him that 'the people a grim sentinel grizzled in the service
of Florida ought to hold up the hands of its country, it still stands, a sturdy;
of its builders, its developers, its gen- old fortress, as effective against offen-
uine benefactors. sive operations of an unfriendly pow-
That shall at least be the policy of er as it proved to be as a federal for-
'this paper. tification throughout the entire n riln

of the civil war. printed a special fifty-page edition
Situated on the extreme western which did It infinite credit The mak-
end of Santa Rosa island, overlook- up and the printing were botxh se
ing the entrance to Pensacola harbor perb. Editor MacKay has every right
and the open waters of the Gulf of to congratulate himself. It is one of
Mexico, the location of Fort Pickens the handsomest special editions that
is ideal as a defensive fortress; de- have ever been Issued from the prre
fended by three immense modern 12- of Florida, as handsome as many of
inch disappearing rifles and garrison- them have been.
ed by three hundred trained artillery-
nen, men who man its great guns'
and the guns of Fort Pensacola andl
Cullum and a modern battery of shell!
tossing motars which flank the old 1 tt
pile on every side, notwithstanding,
its half century of history makingi
existence, it is still reckoned as onej
of the most impregnable fortifications IEWU
on the seacoast of the country. |
By permission of the commanding Of Cod Liver OIl th
officer in charge hundreds of visitors Of Ile ad aroymm t f ai
annually tread its historic parapets; thot0an11S: m =I ad
indeed no point of interest in and children
around Pensacola is more popular W t appgm ~, o
than the old fort, over which the stars it Whnfod a Lbrd t
and stripes floated, not undisturbing I fbt OPe bude
but unceasingly from the beginning
to the end of the war between the When y"ou kis" dh* ft tki
states. te p M Of
During the Mardi Gras carnival, When wok I d ad
Feb. 22 and 23, thousands of visitors is i M a W
to Pensacola will doubtless visit the
old pile.-Pensacola Journal. ltVktbSlta h dLhg *-

After the Ad s,- ^- -t a 1



Governor (;ilhlrist i< rrtiicni.twrlni
his friop ils all right itH h.a, lat-l
handle S A. P. Jordan the. li1' ratio iH>
sition of inspector (,r i ir.- fI(rM i
Macclenny Standard And in *Ioeg
so he is perfectly corr,'ec A man
who will ignore hAs friends is io, man
at all. The appointment of Jordaa.
however. was a good one from every
standpoint.-Jasper News

lcl VER anf ,f A '4A


HAv.' 6 full 1 o-'k ,f 4 .,rtii -.**"e
%nd Binritl tu'r -. *-. .**%I v.1 ,* *
Ruri-al -.*rv..-*.-
Embalming to Order

In Georgiv we are told i nat t'*
railway comulassion makes all town,%
of two thousand population or more*
basing points, and this largely ,toes
away with unjust dlscrl-nination% We.
hope th;.t thel i'oi rla railwayv om
mission will stick a pin here

The Tampa Times a few dlays ag












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am=UIme .

Imrcm w hwal a"l
turn tumvr. --

Iam. CAOrnm
saame. ".Ja 1mmd
Mo~d aM UtUm ma,
m m MR iiii
Sm:~ Sw.51.d'.ed

Sas %"Mals whaor -Wvl~
by bp& Aai, n V r. 0-ebl-
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Sr~cu~ .ri

1 Mr. Harry Palmer has sold his com-


ad Personal

Mr Joh .T. Lewis was among the
Mart county visitors at the state
tr at Tumpa last week.

Mr W. R. Dedman of McIntosh
wa one of the diners at the Monte-
s-ea Monday.

Mr M M. Poxworth of Levon was
as Ocala visitor Monday and was reg-
stered at the Moatezurma hotel.

Major schaecks of Lawndale, N. C.,
spent Sunday with. Mr. and Mrs. D.
E Milver.

Mr. and Mrs. Henry Gordon and
little daughter have been spending
the past fes days taking in the state-
fair at Tampa.

Mr James H. Br-oks of Tampa
spemt SBnday and Monday in this city
with his parents, Mr. and Mrs. John
H Brooks.

Mrs Charles Pllans and little son
bavt returned to their home at Ter-
ill. after a short visit here with Mrs.
Pilias' two sisters. Mrs. J. C. Smith
and Mrs. W. M. Brco.

Th Frencb Company's works at
ntlhony are now busy mining phos-
peate rotk, and are finding it in quan-
tites. We are certainly rejoiced to
now It and hope the fonest hopes
oft s owners will be realized.

Mr Christian was in our office
yeaterd and said that the voice of
the wtlppoorwil-tbe sure harbinger
of sprg--had been heard and no
mse bMssards Need be expected un-
til mat witer.

Mr. Chs. Plaksam, a deputy sher-
I of Alrte a county. Is sick at the
Mostmma h.t*L His sickness Is not
ON awt Atre, and he will be
p tN a day or .wo.

Mr J R. Proctor of the Pedro
r.c gtorhood rpresented that section
i Ocala Monday. tie is in better
health tha he ever was before and
is It tiptop spirits. He is one of Ma-
rton's utstantial citizens.

(roll T P. Lloyd. the Nestor of
th1 ('lirur county bar. and in litera-
lure and learning ibe Sam Johnson
o this orCd mof Florida. was an in-
.r t ing visitor Monday. He was
rer,.rverd at the Montezuma.

Mr John R. Dewey of the Montezu-
nm has haa a great deal of necessary
lu hing done and is now repapering
amd de m t~ang the dining room. I'n-
der his dtrecti the Montezumsa. is
a,. rb-ebtablshing Its old-time pop-
The MuntOC & Chambliss Bank is
p ,imnttUg the outside of the building
So d a it.tal n Its copinfs and other
dln*int.S rejlWvested. Looking af-
r. tee little things so assiduously
s whatis lvtg Ocala its reputation
fE meate s and cleanliness.

v.' a treat if you fail to
S-- wv.swr at the r-

missary interests at Inverness to his
partner, Mr. R. L Turner, and will be
in Ocala for a few days. He will
leave, soon for Boston, Mass.. where
he will take a commercial course in
the Bryant and Stratton business coi-

Mrs. M. D. Juhan left Wednesday
for Jacksonville, where she will spend
some time with her daughters, Mrs.
Albert Davis and Mrs. Dempsey
Mayo. On her return she will go to
Crystal River to make her home with
her son, Mr. John luhan.

Mr. L. N. Green is back from '! ,
Bar Association meeting at St. Au-
gustine. He says that the address of
Mr. Hannis Taylor was worth going
a long way to hear and that all the
addresses were creditable and some
rf them exceedingly so. That Mr. H.
-.. Anderson's of this city received a
great deal of applh.use and deserved
all it received.

Miss Mary Affleck is at home, after
spending several weeks at the eastern
markets, purchasing spring and sum-
mer millinery goods for her store in
this city. Miss Affleck has bought
the handsomest line of goods this sea-
son that she has ever before carried
and she invites her friends to call and
see the new things at any time. Her
millinery opening will be held i. a
few weeks.

Mrs. Jessie Haycraft returned home
Sunday from a visit of several weeks
at Bs;,.-ore and other eastern mar-
kets, where she went to buy spring
and summer millinery goods for the
firm of Haycraft & DeCamp. She pur
chased some exceptionally beautiful
goods and they will begin arriving at
once, and later on the date of their
opening will be announced.

Mrs. Mary Eagleton and daughter.
Margaret, came home Monday af-
ternoon from Tampa. where they have
been visiting Mrs. Eagleton s sister,
Mrs. Godfrey Moyers, for a fortnight.
Mrs. Edward Badger. who went down
to Tampa with them, will remain in
that city until April, and during her
absence Mrs. Eagleton and daughtit r
will be the guests of ~.Mrs. Oti T.

Mr. Will Edwards. ex-nmayor of o:r
city. has returned from an extensive
tour of south Florida. He went
through, the rich Ma 'atec section. hadl
a boat ride on the Manatee river, an
was charmed with the whole of southl
Florida. but he will not leave Marion
county. because this county c-n eas-
ily hold its own with any of th., coun-
ties of the state.

/Mr. L. S. Light of Reddick was a
visitor to the county site Monday and
made this office a pleasant all. and
talked interestingly of state matters.
He is a member of the legislature
which is to convene in April next,
and says that he has received letters
from the five aspirants for speaker.
viz: Messrs. Farris. Alexander, Car-
ter, McWilliams and Robinson. Mr.
Light will reach the capitol unonm-
mitted. and will vote for the one that

From Tuesday's Daily:
The opportunity is not given .tala A large congregation greeted the
very often to entertain a distingu'sh-, Rev. J. J. Thompson at the Baptist
ed artist, and when it Decame known church Sunday morning. The rever-
that Mr. Theodore Human of Boston, end gentleman is the associate su-
who is wintering in Florida, wouldndent of the AntiSaloon Lea-
perintendent of the Anti-Saloon Lea-
give a concert in the city everyone
was delighted. Last night at the ar- gue of this state. He spoke of the
mory be was greeted by a large au- progress of the work here and all over
dience, composed principally of the world, mentioning England, Ger-
Ocala's best nmusicians and most prom- many, Australia and even poor, down-
inent citizens, and everyone was per- trodden Russia. He said that main-
fectly delighted with the playing of ly through the efforts of the league
this celebrated violin virtuoso. 15,000 salons had been put out of
Mr. Human is an Hungarian, and business during the past year. He
his playing is said to be very marked- touched on the argument of the liquor
ly similar to that of Ysaye of Hun- element that prohibition would ruin
gary ,who is the world's greatest vio- business and spoke of the progress of
linist. The program was composed the city of Oklahoma, where, since
principally of the wonderful descrip- the advent of prohibition the manu-
rive music of Hungary, and Mr. Hu- facturers had increased 6 1-2 per cent.
man's interpretation of the weird rhe jobbing trade had increased 13
and fantastic music of his native land and the retail trade 31 per cent., thus
was wonderful. He is full of temper- proving conclusively that living a life
ament., and plays with great breadth of temperance did not kill a town. He
and f. eling. His violin responds to spoke of the money being raised in the
.*s every thought and in the mao United States by the liquor men to
zcent ;rom the Hungarian opera, prostitute legislators and promote leg-
"'Bank Han," the music was so human isolation to further their cause. He
that one could almost feel the break- said that the amount had been plac-
ing down of the mind. In spite of its ed at $3,000,000, but that the church-
weirdncss 'this "Scene Dilarante," was cs working in harmony with the rnti-
full of the most exquisite music, and saloon league with only one dollar
the artist played it divinely. to their ten could put them entirely
Zigenn-rweisen, Mr. Human's sec- out of business.
ond selection, was beautifully melo- Mr. Thompson is a pleasant and en-
lions. and by many was regarded as tertaining speaker and carried his au-
the sweetest of the program. Each dience with him. For several years
number had its own particular charm he was the state superintendent for
and never ha.; an Ocala audience been ,he Oklahoma Anti-Saloon League.
Air. Human is a finished artist, an C NGES N
is away and above any musician that
Shas ever before played in Ocala. For
as ever fore played in Ocala. For The "Corner Drug Store," formerly
>ion .- y(-ars ne played with the Bos- known as the "HutTer Drug Store,
ton Symphony Orchestra, which known as the "Hunter Drug Store,"
speaks for itself was sold on Saturday to Messrs. Al-
spes fr .fred Beck and Emmett Robinson.
Mss Byrd \\Wartmann accompanied Byrd artmann accompanied The sale was not made public until
the violinist, and the piano for the when the friends of these
evening was loaned by the Ocala Ban- Sunday, when the friends of these
two young men showered upon them
ner, the piano being the one they are their best good whes
their best good wishes.
to give away tomorrow in the co-oper- Under the administration of Mr.
.Under the administration of Mr.
active piano contest.
is pan s t Fred Lovell the store has done well
Miss Wartmann is a splendid plan-
iss Wartmann is a splendid p- and as both of its new proprietors are
ist, and her accompaniments for Mr.
well and favorably known, and thor-
Human were remarkably fine, antd she well and favorably known, and thor-
hared to a great degree the compli- ough-going business men, t ought to
ments bestowed on Mr. Human. She become immensely popular.
The name of it will be changed to
also played for Miss Tolmie, who the "C t Pharma" and it will be
sang two numbers most delightfully. the "ourt Pharmac," and it will be
Sh. sang at the concert on Friday tnder the immediate control of Mr.
Sh sang at the concert on Fray Beck, who has been for so long a time
night and those who heard her then with the Postofee f Drug Store.
were greatly pleased to have the op- Mr. Beck is a thorough and omp
portunity of hearing her again. She M ecisa thrugh a
nas a clear, bird-like 'voice, and the tcnt pharmacist havig graduated
songs she sang last night suited her at the Philadelphia Pharmacy,, said
wonderfully well. to be one of the best schools in the
r. H s lat te n country, and has had several years of
Mr. Human's last three numbers practical experience.
were the following: practical experience.
(a) Seranade Melancoque (P. Mr. Robinson has been identified
rschaiko .) with the growth of our city for more
sch(Mazrk a nlawsktnan seven years, and more latterly
(b) Mazurka (Henri Weiniawsky.)
has had charge of a large part of Mr.
(c) Rondo Capri Rchard S. Halls properties. He is
deservedly successful.
This entertainment was given un- deservedly successful.
der the auspices of St. Margaret's The Court Phr is perhaps
Guild of Grace Episopal church, and the handsomest store of its kind in
Guild of Grace Episcopal church, and Florida, certainly there are none more
Misses Lillian Thagard, Annie Atkin- Florida, and there are none more
son. Sue Anderson, H.andsome, and it has enjoyed for a
e Anderson, aHope Robinson, long time a large share of the popular
Margaret Anderson and Betty Wray trade of this city
Mclver, in pretty colonial costumes trade of this city.
(in honor of Washington's birthday) Trits paper bespeak-for the young
acted as ushers. proprietors an increased patronage.
Nine little girls, dressed in Little MRS. SPURLIN ENTERTAINS SEW.
Lord Fauntleroy costumes with pow- ING CIRCLF
d'red hair and colonial hats, sold de-
licious home-made candles during the One of the loveliest meetings of
evening. These little girls were Miss-,1he Baptist Sewing Circle was the
-s 'Thresa Blaine. Frances iddtlr.. 0e ,n Monday afternoon with Mrs.
Gladys andi Theo Wallis. Musie iul- ;ohn Spurlin, at the homrr of her hus-
lo'k. Ava Lee Edwards, Elizabeth j "'s parents. Mr. and Mrs. J. G.
I)avis. Emma Perry and Alice Sex- Spurlin.

ton. The first part of the afternoon was
The entertainment concluded with -:,ent by the ladies doing their usual
a beautiful colonial tableau. These n-!tn:nt of fancy work, after which
nine little girls, the ushers and cuite ,he young' hostess. assisted by M;s. J.

a number of other young girls, beau- ;. p'rlin and Miss
tifully gowned in Martha Washington, -- r'ed refreshments.
style took part In this tableau, which. :.' at ractively the

was a very pretty reminder of tht(
day that was celebrated in so splendid
a manner in Ocala.

Mr. Robert A. Bui i left on the
early morning train l tay morning
for Virginia, where he went to wel-
come the returning fleet at Hampton
Roads Monday. His son, Ensign
Robert Allen Burford, Jr., of the New
Jersey, has been with the fleet during
their globe circling tour, and Mr. Bur-
ford went up especially to see his son
and to take Dart in the treat demon-

Sally Spurlin,
which showed
ntaion's colors

-,s a mark of respect to the birthday
(f George Washington. The ice
,"ream was colored red, white and
hil and the cake was embossed with
As a souvenir Mrs. Spurlin gave
each of her guests a sketch of George
W'ashington, which was indeed most

There was a small blaze at the res-
idence of Mr. S. P. Anthony Sunday
forenoon. The firemen made a prompt
rPsnrumo tn the alarm v nt In ana


The attractive card party given by
Mrs. E. L. Carney on Tuesday after-
noon closed the gladdest, merriest
winter season that the Ocala society
set has ever enjoyed. Lent oegins
today, and while there will be quite
a number of pretty parties given dur-
ing the lenten season, still things will
not be quite as lively as they have
hitherto been.
Mrs. Carney is one of Ocala's ;nost
accomplished hostesses, and is never
more pleased than when doing some-
thing nice for the entertainment of
her friends. She combines cordiality
with good taste and is especially fond
of entertaining the young people.
Mrs. Carney entertained Tuesday
afternoon especially in compliment to
five very lovely young girls, who
were very prettily attired in lovely
summer gowns. They were Miss Lu-
tie Mote Hansbrough of Tampa, Miss
Frances Anderson, Miss Betty Wray
Mclver. Miss Annie Atkinson and


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Miss Ophelia Sawtell. These young THE BAND 0VS T M. M
girls received in the parlor, and Mrs. RUlTS
Carney and her charming sister, Mrs.
B. W. Mimms, assisted by Mrs. Wil- The celebratioam e W
liam Hocker, received in the hall. birthday a' Bustts. whleb Ias bes
They invited the guests into the
an annuaJ ev.nt, wnid stm heo
parlor, after which Mrs. S. T. Sis-pl
trunk asked them into the back hall. ple;, without the Ue Mtr-lll
where Mrs. Harvey Clark, Mrs. H. L Band being present to rwmrat tth
Anderson, Miss Kate McColley of At- sic.
lanta, and Miss Annie Land of North Eustls is beautifully slttsi o
Carolina, were receiving, overlooks the lake of the same
Mrs .Louis W. Duval then invited It is w'ttled by *walthy pegls
the young ladies into the dining room, ha many lovely homs.
where Mrs. John Taylor and Mrs More and mo re t is acLsovfi a 9
Charles Lloyd served very delicious utation as a writer "fese rvaem. I
sour orange punch and it was certain- now the number of pltrrl m
ly very refreshing, as the afternoon spend tee winner th are Mn ar1 a
was a particularly warm and sultry among the hundreds This Ir '
one, and never did a cool drink taste hotel and boarding bees
more delightful. The table from will show the amm* o tll -
which the punch was served was dec- thousand. And they arw t hkw ep
orated very simply with dogwood and PUasge. either. rmaireag t he
elder blossoms. for a day or smar a mante. t me
All of the ladies who helped Mrs. passing on. but those wo ht
;arney to make the afternoon such a charming shoree mnay rema f l
pleasant one were very prettily gown- ing the entire ys e.
ed in summer dresses and were ultte Eustis has several vWry -
an attractive group. but on.e .rcepmkalt y ar- em
There were six tables of cards and ts service is all thas eim be
the progressions were marked on The Orcal Meutmpem aseB 4 I
pretty little rose cards. only furnishes the mmiwr e
Mrs. Carney gave no prize. but Miss city's cekleratom of W
Atkinson made the highest score. The birthday. but beeYs" gtves a
games were very much enjoyed by the and musical co-rm aed taMd
twenty-tour players, who were the was better thi an sal T- w
following ladies: Miss Hansbrough. the leading parts is thi fer
Miss Anderson, Miss McIver. Miss lan ModAlbeay isgh er Ne j
Sawtell, Miss Atkinson, Miss Land. abn Albnt rts Afred sea.
Miss McColley. Mrs. Mimms.Mrs. lshel and A Teine
Lloyd. Mrs. Clark, Mrs. Taylor. Mrs. The lay a. a gtertuo oee aI g
Sistrunk. Mrs. Anderson, Misses Caro respect, hn. b J,-i a m tl a ig
I.iddon. Grace Hatchell. Lucile Stand- rible' cklosd i Irwoe ad at he eab
ley. Carrie Williams. Etta Hood. Pan.- .wrforor' ne u 'i s l to he*
line Sullivan, Lillian Thagard. Ethel a m ar n errt',- rsifall wdai ba
oblnson. Sue Anderson. Susie Fort vent'" l marin frlm sI'.-.db
and Anne Mixson. It aI, t, r, a,. 5 .e0.
Mrs. Carney's other guests. .Mrs. "' ,,' '. -.ta e
Hocker, Mrs. D'lval and Miss Annie The pj*ro ** ,slar *o * **h*
Davis, who do not play card,. brought '1 chly t I* 9 t he
their sewing with them. and while not 'trn u prltt'-, < .!o dev
busy marking the scores, sat on the '" '" w .: I ha*.- h-.** **
piazza enjoying the breezes, and doI- Th. tlan-l t*, wvll rweup pl
,*',,1 % 4,'1 f'al lrs fl- I Io w I n
Ing a few stitches on their work. ( 4 h
Mrs. Carnev served a two coursr. h, ",*<.r 4 h'". 1t4O a O
lunch-creamed lobster on roast ; i h appr* 14 aotehi IM
"heese crack(rs and dill pickles an l ri It lng '" '' 'r *s*.. o esla
froz(:- t,.a flavored with rmint. and Th. lrt'i, al f.e aw of the
served with whipped cream, which 1' *
was very delicious. Thr. wr, h! *
Mrs. Carney's party adds another to "n "., lm t *l'h ras. gytsTg h
the list of delightful affairs that lave the ,'Wsa iall, ma1p.r d the
been given for these attractive young was 'tI m
girls. oThe
SThose a h attended frm

The Logan Coal and Supply (om-
pany of Jacksonville, formerly the
Fitzgerald Company, has the contract
for laying the cement pavements for
the sidewalks and approaches of the
new government building. The work
J.11 __ .- ..- .-- .I%- -A_ __ .

were the following gmerem o 1
band. Mesrs A A OeelGft 1
Tucker l."m Pil-hl IPela Ik I
Water Yoe (a. 4.,er V WMWL I
Georg W Martin Jv M ev m
in, Chas. & Taytwer rsMn
d.m p- J e a &a A



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SI..m :te e~dW l l, W. E. Allen and wife, accompanied I Commerce, untrammeled and con- District
St ~S0 18 m mi t t ;by Mr. Allen's father and mother of Dr. J. C. Boozer cannot be too high" tinuous, is necessary to the growth of District
** 11t Mt ihBattanooga, who have been here and ly commended flu: the interest he is a nation. Hov; mauy Americans have cola.
in 5 a i ta the state for several months on ac- taking to encourage agricultural mat-given thought to the uncrowned, un- DeFuniak
m in hare. th s~o ant of a sick baby, hoping to re- ters in this county. The man ho seen king that makes it possible for District
UK% &ft is o than as; i 1District
4l i with a bao- store h1 health, left with the little does that, whether seltishly or .,.1- their country to maintain its foremost Mills.
s. it e t coarpse yeste-day for their home in selfshly, is a benefactor to his .ace place among the great and powerful District
W t e, e 'and to the age in which he lives. Dr. nations of the world? Those who read Listrict
(5 Ilr w q a a m N /Tsmnaeme. Lhe little ,,ne gradually
Saj emeau OrTeuns ew worp: an was relieved of is Boozer is doing this unselfishly, and "coal as a Commercial Factor," an District
I save eas ew relieved ence is more truly a benefactor and article which has been treated in a hassee.
Sed LArIt the l suering early Sunday morning entitled to the more praise. It is re- masterful way by Carrington Phelps District
. 1 Mr. Wilson ad wife and Dr. WaI-imembered that he is offering several for the readers of the March Metro- ville.
r~ bUn do 00s its Itolace and wife of northern Ohio, left tintprizesthe purpose of which politan Magazine will acknowledge[ District
Sfor their home today. They were sodistint prizes the purpose of which w olitan Magazine willae t ha e seDistrict
SLZ r a ml ell pleased with Mcntoshthat they ^ i Is to increase the corn yield in thishow fortunate we are to have secur- D. ric
me. bm e U M r !s l py heyad will surely come again. h county and imstimulatean ntrest ined such an able and enlightening arti- District
T E ul U O ClubwiU led ey will s lits cultivation. One prize is to any cle on this vital subject. This article
Mrs. J. E. Gaitskill and daughter, Distri:t
Sw Su Mrs. J. E. Gaitskill and daughter, t farmer boy under sixteen years old will be read by all those Americans District
m Y a is sdna. left yesterday for t who will procure from Dr. Boozer 100 who are ambitious for the welfare of
to Iki-ll l lh bome at Winchester, Ky. Mr. Gaits- grains of corn (some of the prize their country. The rumored death by District
b o --d kill will remain several weeks long- rn at our late county fair) and grow smallpox of the young emperor of Chi- Oak.
010 a rL. er and enjoy the fishing in Orange therefrom the greatest yield. The na adds news interest to "The Forbid- scnville.
-l No.f em,"na t map- The We I prize offered is twenty-five dollars, den City and Its Political Mysteries." District
St The Wells Minstrel show, that has rely enough to stimulate an inter Isaac Taylor Headland, the author. District
S- Or-~;-- In the pirt played here the past week, pulled out surely eu t im ea ne District
Sfldor other naits vest week, pulled ouwet n the planting and cultivation of going to unique. favorable circum- HoDme.
f or* k or other parts yesterday. This show -- ---- 2 M 2 a- -Stances as an eye witness has been K

M ile d iu ... r .T e at In made quite a lot of friends while
i Jl vle I at 6!here, and gave good entertainments,
.... a-- a g v erl quite different from many other
Sm *W 4 i SPltJI shows. They were quiet, orderly, and
b*alb Yaia. WliaUUM the company seemed made up of gen-
iOWi 4 sa sa t d. make the titemen and ladies.
St tem J. M. Moseley of Irvine was sum-
Smosed to Lakeland Saturday by wire
The (. K- O R myL ae". on account of the death of his soh,
I me e an Harold. t seems from best informa-
0 9W J'" bmo T@ Miy. tionr that young Moseley was riding
S*ll bav b b Is a carriage in company with other
ft" -- 0 "&AnSg young people in the suburbs of Lake-
M 1 "a Iland, and was shot, either by accident
wvMWy WMiow. or from ambush. The ofcials of
VMmpll--- Polk county are working on the case.
I 08r b" I arsmte a" 'The corpse was brought here yester-
s-1 day, and will be laid to rest in the
%Wn_ L s KL McMtosh cemetery. Mr. Moseley and
S* Bl- a s .. aw d It will tb family have the sympathy of many
l N WeI a- = a ar me of oa friends here.
Sokh we wb to sit for a The Rev. A. L. Prison preached to
IM i m a tfew aa Bgood audiences yesterday, morning
lr f wee a s a re you the and evening, at the Baptist church.
nm t Dr. Thomas and son of Gainesville
- l Nin Ma N e' Kathrlmae were in town yesterday, having been
S14AL E a -.. fom Mr. and Mrs. called here to furnish a casket and
% "WC c my.os: -O embalm the body of the little baby
M -w* I[ ,. t he Potomac. of W. S. Allen and wife.
S Was tomp D4s. D 2 0th-The Judge J. 0. Turnipseed, H. L. Dick-
Wet v w wly married or"lde and son and W. E. Allen attended district
SZwill leave Suaday for Old K. of P. meeting at Dunnellon last
S02"tMrlt. VIrlNa. to view the week. and report pq excellent time.
n Washingto W. R. Dedman made a flying lusi-
tohe l "d.* ness trip to Umatilla last Saturday.
SA g ka hb s-4bh kind of house H.s very important business there de-
STlme tw-la' e gfets--is to be tainted him longer than he expected.
Sosm nby Mr Herrrgtotm. on his W. E. Kunz of Chattanooga, Tenn.,
SMarit Rae. in the sMouth- came in last week and is stopping at
Spart .f t tr wc The building the Davis house. Mr. Kunz spent
g o no the Se l m i ntyle quite a while at McIntosh last win-
eW ry. ter. but this winter has been touring
I t' bmboo bungalow other parts of the state.
4 b -U" 1, is ariag com- Two new citizens arrived in McIn-
l to a ver emte afhir. Lailt
f l i rp eafftosh last week. One, a boy, born to
4maiM4 s ad has many wladows.
i sty and. in owsA. *T. Billingsley and wife. and a boy,
t owe *ery te bulng will born to E. A. Rush and wife.
SSeli ofKiw ea v Mrs. Howard of Quincy and Mrs.
he M tagm as Ktease ad Even-
SM A& Kim"a d gEinJous i. W. Head of Jacksonville are visit-
aa O nr n *i ing Mrs. Emily Bateman and family.
S0 r l~mt n wao u. J. K. Christian has recently put up
W pea w-- to -a-I a gone sBU
N yen s ot aft a tsu a windmill and tank, and qow has wa-
w a nTJtoli ad Th rsday l htsb ter all through his new residence.
I ngald to 9t J. U. G. Club's sup. Misses Ruth and Elner Price visited
Sat re s emi le iste. Gainesville Saturdaj and Sunday with
O ljig U Oad m venne Is one of
aI -v Th is o y their uncle and aunt, Mr. Wash Free-
M udumas driveways. This av-
S- i -mtbhnlike Bull street inma and wife.
fs smU wt m mumestsr and Mrs. Emma Pettys paid a visit to
Sb, TW h.dae. mm of honeysuckle Ocala last week, and had some dental
I & on it w mbing goes Blle work done while there.
SMr. Triplett of South Carolina is
e w better h a 1 o. visiting his cousin, Jason Grant, of
S rail way warhoe at 3 the this place Mr. Grant has been quite
i Ie big rs/hesy warthees at the
sick for some time, but the doctor
a 4 M0 Higb. ewads b on Mary thinks he is some better today.
Sa t et. H1a wl ds wr Ha blow- Ralph Billingsley went to Oak Fri-
oa aaA rg Hamp arm wnded day to visit his father and mother
m tai s. awd t a sunderl l andr over Sunda
QBsd to after bt Slrt sunedles, and
Sh g out the eratr department. Ralph Norsworthy of Odessa is here
S A oeur t tea r.atir demed cer-I for a few days visiting his father, W.
m. b rs. at rivrward; fired C. Norsworthy. and family.
P eopl erum"riverward; fire
Sis i ed to with the multitude GRINER FARM AND OAK
St ftew 0 e- 4et'tm l"t 01M Sol waqs ...
B mOWdi4 Thb* alarm a, quickly '- -g- -,,c, rl (' ,. 1,,r-

this cereal. The doctor is getting a an a" I* I .. OO. ---- mya.
- ,*_ -_I+- i-.*h ti- -nA nn T- tf-t I

good many to enter the contest, but
he wants to get a good many more.
Wake up, boys, and let's have some
corn growers in the county that we
can all be proud of, and will achieve
a reputation for our county that will
be heralded all over the Union.
Call on Dr. Booser at the Commer-
cial Bank, get 100 grains of the corn
and go to work.
There is as great a fame to be
made on the farm as on the press, in
the pulpit, on the stump or in the
court room.
Let's get busy. boys, and push Ma-
rion county to the forefront of Flor-
ida counties!




After all the weary life-struggle-
after genius triumphs and fame and
honor and wealth are won by toil and
sacrifice-what boots it? Is it all dead
sea fruit which turneth to bitter ash-
es at the touch of longing lips? Is it
worth while?
At beautiful Naples. on the Gulf,
where the sun shines softly and the
breezes blow gently and nature-life is
calm and restful, there is nov an old
man of extraordinary genius-a man
who for half a century has held the
attention of the English-speaking
world-whose genius has compelled
admiration; whose brilliancy has
charmed thousands of people in all
the walks of life; whose eloquence of
pen and voice has thrilled human
hearts throughout all these years;
who has won the very highest position
and honor and applause., But now he
seeks only quiet and peace and es-
cape from all that which has filled his
life as its very heart-throbs. With
his triumphs fate has woven great
sorrows; to his victorious and honor-
ed old age has.been added the blajt-
ing of hopes and the loneliness un-
speakable of love-dreams wrecked.
And he stands and waits.


Special Cor. Ocala Banner:
All who have been on the sick list
at Evinston are convalescent, except
Mrs. Barron, who seems better one
day and worse the next.
A rare sight for this section-a
man driving through the country
wit a wagon load of bananas, and sell-
ing them out at ten cents per dozen.
Mrs. Bateman, Sr., sister-in-law,
Mrs. Howard, and her niece, Mrs.
Head. are visiting friends at McIn-
SMr. and Mrs. Ed Billingsley of Mc-
Intosh are rejoicing over the advent
of a son.
Dr. and Mrs. Wallace and their
frinrle iMr and Mtrq Wilqonn f OhMin

able to write an aUthLentic wuou u
the hitherto unknown cause of the
deaths of the late emperor and dowa-
ger empress. These, and many other
articles, help to make the March Met-
ropolitan Magazine unusually inter-
esting and valuable to its readers.
The short stories this month main-
tain th'e magazine's well deserved rep-
utation. Among them may be noted:
"The Helping Hand," by Robert Barr;
"Canis Mirabilis," by Joe H. Ranson;
"The Man Who Defied Garceno," by
E. J. Uhle; "The Younger Ledbetter,"
oy Mayne Lindsay, and "The Two De-
serters." by Capt. Frank E. Evans.


Editor Hare of the Arcadia News is
of the opinion that the liquor dealers
have entire knowledge of every act of
legislation in the United States vhich
in any way affects their business, and
he is doubtless right about it. But as
for the state inspector being lenient
with them on account of their ignor-
ance (?), this is a matter that will
rest with the department of agricul-
ture. In the inspector's statements
to a Jacksonville Metropolis reporter,
either he was not specific in the lan-
guage he used, or the reporter mis-
understood him. for Hon. B. E. McLin
and Capt. R. E. Rose are 'the officials
who enforce the law, and the inspec-
tor is subject to their instructions.-
Punta Gorda Herald.
We thought Jordan's position was
one degree abpve an informer. If it
is not, authority should be given him.
There is too much passing of the re-
sponsibility on to another in our sys-
tem of government anyhow. Still
McLln could use a plenty more con-
victs to auction off in the hurried
convict lease bid, and if Jordan's
statement be true, quite a number of
Jacksonville's distinguished spirits
will make good subjects for a turpen-
tine still.-Orlando Reporter-Star.


The Mexican Academy of Medicine
has offered $50,000 in prizes for sci-
entists who will discover a means for
preventing typhoid fever, one of the
worst diseases which the cities of
Mexico have to contend with.
Twenty thousand dollars will go to
the discoverer of a specific that will
cure the disease, a like amount to the
person discovering a serum that will
kill the germs in the blood, and $10,-
000 will be distributed among those
who give the most aid to the winners
of ,the first two prizes.

A contemporary Informs us that
during the years 1907 and 1908 the in-
ternal improvement board, of which
Governor Broward was chairman,
paid out something like $35.000 in

1-J. H. B. Iller, Milligan.
2-John S Beard, Pensa-
3-William W. Flournoy,
4-Theop. West, Marimn
5--R. F. Horsford, Coe
6--J. E. Broome, Quincy.
7-D. H. Sloan, Lakeland.
8-J. W. Henderson, Talla-
9-G. W. Dayton. Dade City.
10-C. L. Leggett, Green-
1 1-D. C. McMullen, Tampa.
12-E. L. Cottrell, Oldtown.
13-F. M. Hudson, Miami.
14-F. P. Cone, Lake City.
15-A Z. Adkins, Starke.
16-T S. Davis, Fernandi-
17-J. B. Johnston. Live
18-H. H. Buckman. Jack-
19-L. C. Massey. Orlanco.
20--D. H. Baker, Orange
21-J. A. Williams, Cedar
o._-William M Girardeau,

District 23-1. N. Withers, Lady
District 24-W. Hunt Harris, Key
District 25-Buel Cook, Chipley.
District 26-E. S. Crill, Palatka.
District 27-Joseph H. Humphries,

District 28-Frank
District 29-W. E.
District 30-W. H.

District 31-L W. Zli
District 31-H. H.

W. Sams, New
tarer, Melrose.
H. McLeod, Jas-

m, St. AIgus-


Alachua-8. L. Carter, T. A. Doke.
Baker-J. R. Kelly.
Bradford-L. D. Wall, D. E. Knight
Brevard-R. B. Stewart, Brantley.
Calhoun-E. S. Fortner.
Citrus-E. S. Grace.
Clay-Chas. Conway.
Columbia-Jno. W. Hatcher. Jas. B.
Dade-Geo. O. Butler.
DeSoto--J. H. Brown.
Duval-I. L. Farris, Frank E. Chase.
Escambia-C. L. Wiggins. John P.
Franklin-E. R. L. Moore.
Gadsden-J. W. Mahaffy, J. L.
Hamilton-L. C. Register. J. W. By-
Hernando-F. L. Stringer.
Hillsborough-John S. Tylor. D. r.
Holmes-W. G. Watford.
Jackson--W E. B. Smith, I. H.
Jefferson-S. D. Clark, A. J. Boland.
Lake-J. R. Miller. J. S. Godfrey.
Lee-F. J. Wilson. Jno. P. Neeley.
Leon-A. S. Wells.
Levy-W. J. Epperson.
Lafayette-M. Chairs.
Liberty-E. K. Thagard.
Madison-Chas. E. Davis, J. Ellis
Manateo,-A. F. Hull
M{arion-L. S. Light, W. D. Cam.
Monroe-W. H. Malone, Jr., Cbas.
L. Knowles.
Nassau-A. E. Ogilvie, J. E. Calk-
Orange-A. B. Newton, J. H. King.
Osceola-C. S. Acree.
Pasco-P. C. Litell.
Polk-J. A. Cox, W. J. Durrance.
Putnam-H. A. B. McKenzie, b. J.
Santa Rosa-E. V. McCaskill, A J.
St. Johns-W. *A. McWilliams, C. J.
St. Lucle-W. R. Hardee.
Sumter--Gleqn Terrel.
Suwannee-L: E. Robertson, Geo.
W. Demsey.
Taylor-W. T. Cash,
Volusia-Jas. E. Alexander, Me :l
Wakrlla-Walter L. Page.
Walton-J. F Richbourg.
Washington-P.. L. McKenzit-

Sour Stomach, Heartburn, Canker,
Sore Mouth Cured by Mi-o-na
Sick headaches are caused by indi-
gestion and a general disturbed con-
dition of the stomach.

a .special attorney foes. The great Cn- Cure the indigestion, and the head-
left vesterdav for their honnt. Thp*.: ,. -

.f..... li-corporation cry sometimes haasnoI ''"" nausea, h.,'artburn, sour stom-
L"8 h ..h.r se. ta "l td -well pleased. and talk a if h i a o fn", fee i ing will vani
M1f.and 4 I'll, shlat. 1 '11t. lte more for a fouimir tral ti
h, ri.. ..I they expect to return next year o bli th po t nation tronsac- lee
&3 uvaln r, i at.I Lrto blindthhp"le'toS"h trasac-
l r' n. u Iht.., is ll Th.- fari,!. -r are all iIus Ilanting Melntosh. Itions as this. At all events. Go.nor M i-o-na b' wil cur ileigstin
S i'I, '...I..,r h., in. ti, a ,::! a,;l l ata nd watertumlonzs. While playing on the school grounds Gilhrist. jutsr a Ilain business man. i r a other stomach t oubl. The
Vestiur 1, "4"a tin.i tj.lnuns nvIr any other stomach trouly. The"
1 t' ,r .<,in.. T1 Val'itine partv given atMrs. last week Morgan Bellap fell and who made no promises to devour rail.:
a teqr .r 3\ 4c an f~ r e h~ ,1 who made no promises to devor rail-il relieve almost instantly. These
e, ... 3.*4 and rt .,i t. 1.t I', f.I. Lc iners was, quite a success, lbrobk his arm. Doctors Jack Priceroads or other industrial and commr- Postffice rug Stor has so much
gg of th, fin almiset ,,r* a- t I. t oter industrial and comr- c Sttore has so u
e 4 tinhaor plu and epl ljoyd iy those and 'Wa!le attended to it very cial enterprises. and who neglected faih in them that they will give yon
t t r o"r he eptre. iret. "p promptly. and afterwards he was ta- utterly to pledge himself to recon- your money back if they don't.
S. r and Mrs .I. E. Spnucer and faro- ken to his homo. '
s 2 a r r and Mrs S cer an fa- ke to hs home the universe finds that these i-o-na cures by making the stom-
Sfly of Zuber spent Sunday with theirI Mrs. Dorsey is looking today for large attorney fees. paid out of mon- ach strong enough to produce enough
S the ront of h rs . fan. r nephew and niece Mr. an Mrs. e that rightfully belongs to the gastric juices to" digest all the food
wowr tI nfiv Clisef Klkap d The stork visited Mrs. C. C. Weeks Baker. of Atlanta. They have been school children of the state, are un. You want to eat. t promptly puts
Ste W wa ler tower sta- last we,'k and brought a fine baby to Cuba and will stop over for a few necessary expenditures, and they have new life and energy into the or
S d fr e arrels of necessary expenditures, an
girl. Both mother and haby are get- lays at McIntosh with their aunt. been cut off. Attorney General Park worked and played-out walls of he
4 1. h.rywybe gW'*Lting along nicely. Mr. Grant. the McIntosh- black- Trammell deserves commendation in stomach.
&n" s sua ald d. Within I Miss Carrie Holly spent last Sunday smith. is very ill at his home. Dr. ths connection also. The attorney Use Mi-o-na for a week. you
,ser the *rt alam as I with Mr. and Mrs. C. M. Murphy. Price is attending him. We hope he general's office hd for some time can eat what you ant any time you
E two Stt. H w at Wr.and Mrs. George Stevens and may soon recover, been relieved of the work of repre- want it, and take pleasure in doing it.
Ne aMd wit the Wes- daughter. I ranogeCe spent last Sun- senting the internal improvement Your blood will be richer, redder,
pg.op y inNa. ES OD of E board. He voluntarily offered to take purer after taking Mi-o-na, and it costs
SMr. Hullum Jones is bus hiding Go see it; it's a beauty. It sands the work upon himself--Starke Tel- only 50 cents a large box.
wetlto out among all its neighbors, because egraph. I was speedily cured of stomach
m-- d ak mte a t e re lettuce from the Mshrdlu hrdlu Idlu the coloring is so bright and clear. complaint by Mi-oana. Anything I
is L d r ev lettuce. PANSY. Mr. Ericson painted with L. & M. Advance sheets of Secretary Wil- can say in avor of Mo-na s not tooi
e WOW ) ls sm stood Paint, and says it cost 1-3 less than son's annual favor of Mion... is not t


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of Weed's Ies

al r Met---am

T. mftW.e0 SNi
C gI RM--Slm

norcas. e arrd Plymou r rM4

Poultry Yards

S. C. Rhooe ts*and Rio w U' M>
norcas. Barred Plfmc..m Rokre

Younk stock rfr sale' PisaliI 1 iJ
each: Cockerols. $:3. *slte.a0r. if ve
or more are purchase.. $2 -o los rb
Eggs. best quality. 82 per stting a4
16; two settings, $3. Cie N. I .
$1.50 per setting; $2I. for M 3 --
Incubator eggs. 4 per oM hiiadred
Book your orders now. as yo will
be served first My '*ltks'" ar the
"Ringlets." and never fail ito Wo
and other stock corresposn4isly e

Won six frsts and three e-rode a
ten entries. Birds semrta 91 | 1 t
95 points.
Motto: Guarante to ,tlea, or
money back.



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Toiosfands of millions
of cans of Royal R in
Powder have been used
in making bread, biscuit
and cake m this country,
and every housekeeper
using it has rested in perfect confi-
dene that her food would be light,
w *t, and perfectly wholesome. Royal is a safe-
guard against the heap alum powders which are
(he gtrtest nenacers to health of the present day.


aLcal and Personal



I lo t i yo ha.- ati~vh,-r d ''-r ik i-

%if I % oa J4 'S'. %;I has r, tIiriied

MIr It I "" bitts o! S-n Antonio is
tell Ing h'.t ..o'vght'r.'


M A To n-' ck arl iss Ah.:iin
m t a.** returned htnme Itroli
* bt eb Tanml fair.

ItarI) it', '.'c Se'd tarto.", at


Mia Ralmm Waxbburn camni' home

"s'wrd) trI l' llivton. wh,'re
%o "m- ispemding swueral daws.


Mlim L Blanche' and Meeks Ausley
md Mrs C A Fort went down to
Tams IMatrda) afternoon to visit
br fair for a few days.

Mr t BIaramt. the all round hus-
t ke of the Karly Bird neighborhood.
wre a welcome visitor to Ocala Satur-

Mrs J W Kea mad children
p-- i Tbmksmvllle. Ga.. where
wtl ipe-d several weeks with


Kr. reatilveS

DONT DRINK! But If you do, see
Ha. ad Je tb bert that money
elm by If It' a ood drink, we have
Mtr Tho J Walters. a survivor of
,* 4 R wa' tin Saturday and re-
n, i.9 Lp ~.l*l cription for his favor-
I.- paper Th all like it.

I 1 Ttii 'll of Fitg.'-rald. Ga..
.*n.!nIr a fe da) in Oea!a at
,,. M H, ,. ,,, %I, Tii:,!!ll has ac-
., l,'0 .. 1 ii,.-.' rl > V% i, the. Ren. ,z I.uim -
," I For McCo-' .


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.. -,: ,c'o ,'c olI for Ithe

.d l .'- I Phillll, left Fri-
t, aftl,* fo r Tampa to spend
c,-ral daY stisg the mid-winter
A- Mi. Plllps aided very largely

FRIDAY NIGHT'S ENTERTAIN- :ts, "Beethoven's Polonaise in F,"
MENT nndl Hoffman's "Dragon Fighter."'
They were faultlessly rendered and
The concert given Friday night by no part of the program was more en-
the Woman's Club, the proceeds to be
used for building a fence around the iss Minni amsb sang very
new primary school on South Third beautifully "Diy Those Tears." which
street, was a brilliant succes.. The song she gave by special request.
progri,.m. from the first number the Each year her voice grows better.
:a::" one was delightful. Ocalb. has and her friends are always greatly
so!i.e very talented musicians, and pleased to hear her sing. As an en-
their music last night places them core she sang a charming little
ao:1g the ariists, and each perform- French slumber song. She was ac-
r hear:;i!y aplou.di-e and their conani'd on the piano by Miss Katt
S j Can;.by. an,1 violin by Miss Connor.
*;! ,, :iig orcIe number by MicIh (of the success of this enter-
\i.-: i'r ',! '! .-srs. Malah vws.' tlniam ent b: sites that accorded to
"'i 4. ,:1,: ":is ,r v,-s, sr-: ritl :, l l I hose whlo 'took part in the program
". ,' i v,;s < ,, l .!et>d o,). -I due to Mrs. Clarence Camn), 3:':.
;: i-ti c(ivcr \Il tale-i-'i 'I ('. C. Touldt and M] is.s Franc-s Andl r-
.,.. *: *. ) ;'i8 i: e,,.fcii5," n sonil. w o y th, 'r ontirin'lg eoffort-
, ,- i ,;,9 i a ii I . _' , i .; ) i;t ii i!'t s I nte : ;iin l-

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S.... . ., i )r, I i .' d i i) I.i i
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S .* ;", ; d .! i .. i. s ti- i 111: sodl a( id M rs. C. ('.
I .. I IT. v l T, ,. < th e tickek ts and 31i.;s s


A~t the regular Febi uary, 1909. 'AER

Ir;'L rhly meeting of Dickison Chapter,
SC. V., Florida division, a commit-
tee was appointed 'to draft suitable
re-olutions thanking Judge A. O.
Wright for his visit to Ocala and de-
livering his illustrated lecture on the
Confederate States Navy, and upon
rep',ort of the committee the following
lr( amble and resolutions were unan-
i:n:oisly adopted:
Whereas, Much has been written
:::! S)po keo to Ilperp'etuate the heroism
:!, I w,-,ll(! ri'tll achieve ontents of the
I' ,:tfe. raie t soil irs in struggle
'ii hone, fireside and naive land;
Wh'l,:-Eaa.- Thle lati!es they fought,
.* vie,'ir. s r-h(ey won. th, sacrifices
li, y i n oi'o. t!'r h'r.lshii.s they endur-
,. h'g, 1, n ]x'ri<' i;ii (i' in history
;:il, l',viled dl'vn to e'neratii yet

' 'i n' 1 f t 'ir c'iv -
S e .. .-- ] ;i, -

i 'n *i f t' h <'i i;i ., w ("\ !'ll. w tl.i.'- so
rttl< 1 .; !,-.'I1 wv it1 '"!. a l.i -*o Hi tl,'
i;1 ; 1 (t :r ( hii'lr'n of ilo ('ontfe(.-
{<'rlt.' n;,tv. its saiilis ;ani officer:..,



my life wa


T-'i V ni .,
t, ;ail nmy

fein:mi!" coi
h:vin's Vt

..... . il.' -.'!..l.. -- T ila:I iii g ll sti.- a l d tlhe
S. :l wo aNv nd Sara Davis atct,)d the
.Mr. an(d 'Mrs. JK. Dixon. who have o '. e I taken by h'in on the high sea:is in ni ,rewiid
I us si .< ks or 'our ate struggle for the "Lost Cause. another
-- iig ihe past six w, 1s or F. ('o '. a" thousands
>,r,. iin S, .th (';.,8rlina. hlave 'tturn 4 ' A TWO-TABLE BRIDGE PARTY and w\hch added as much to the im- troubled
'*. (: ..n'l au again \ih Mrs. i r I" mortal fame and glory of the sons of nation, u
.I ;' ' :t. "i K': w ot I Miss Esther Weathers gave a small the south as the !deeds done on land; regulariti
,. ,. sw<..t Siu1.2C- vWho i.lp.l bridge party Saturday afternoon, en- now, therefore be it that bear
1" : "lli "ollck~rl .-.,cII a slwvess. indigestio
S.. r river? ,Ra Chill this eO('tl ':C'h a s'ueess* tertaining two tables of players. The R(solvel, That we, the members of after all
,re is rent.'e c. lih"ily. r sonig ring game of bridge was played progres- Dickison Chapter, U. D. C., Florida Iyoul
is and ; cuto-. :.' v Toiti. Mrs. .McKean sively. the progressions being kept division, tender to Judge Wright our ailments
;: hels. " "' ;a; ::"! with pleasure, and on attractive little Japanese score united and sincere thanks for his visit *be eon
-- -. ii;. ''.' s!:. anng ulnsually we!l. cards. to our city and delivering his illus- If you Townhly Porterr rtr!erind '..- .' "; ... (. C;t!L:p, who vwa grada, Alter 'the game, which was exceed- treated lecture on the Confederate Na- write t
.-a' rday afternoon from Lay La.':, .: 1 io music several years ago ingly enjoyable, Miss Weathers serv- vv. and the part it took in the late Mass i
,',l; :, .she had been for ten days, g.t- vwith ii:h honors, played several num- ed salad and coffee. civil war. ctharsi
: : he Teague home in readiness iers. Th< re is no finer pianist in our The players at the two tables were Resolved further, That we heartily
tIr -r. Frank Teague and family. city. and at was indeed a treat to lear Mrs. W. H. Powers, Mrs. E. H. Ra- commend Judge Wright and his lec- Camp. Her first number was (a) palje, Mrs. C. H. Lloyd, Miss Jewett, ture to the Daughters of the Confed-
.;r. Victor Martinot, who has been "To a Wild Rose;" (b) "Song-Sea Miss McCreery, Miss Robinson, Miss eracy, to Confederate Veterans, Sons Have y
i. Jacksonville for several months at- Pieces;;" (c) "To a Water Lil," Eagleton and Miss Weathers. of Veterans, school children, and our county ta
ending g the Massey Business College, which, was light and graceful in the Miss McCreery made the high score people everywhere, as being both de- ant walti
has returned to Ocala. He is looking extreme and most delightful. For and was given a pretty little Japan- lightfully entertaining and highly ed- crowd, w
fine and his friends will be glad to her second number she selected one ese picture. ucational upon a subject of which so ten days
know that he has returned to the city. of the incomparable Chopin's beauti- little is now known, and which should ing of tbh
ful Nocturnes. It is not often that we get away Do not
ful Nocturnes. It is not often that we get away be handed down to all coming genera- receipt,
LISTEN! When you are at home Miss Tolmie, who is spending the from Inverness to visit our friends, tons along with the history of our of the pr
send us your orders. When in town winter in Ocala and Lake Weir, fol- but last Saturday we hied ourselves armies. to pay ta
make his place headquarters. Hogan's lowed Mrs. Camp. She has a lovely to Ocala to enjoy our 62nd birthday Resolved further, That these reso-
Place, the whiskey man. soprano voice, clear as a bird, and as on the day following with our foster lutions be published in our city pa- 2-11-d<-wl
In the unlawful detainer case of sweet and distinct. As most of the daughter, Mrs. P. B. Bowie, and the pers and a copy sent to Judge
Tucker against Shortridge, tried be- audience had never heard Miss Tol- grandchildren, and to say that we had Wright.
fore Judge Bullock Thursday, the de- mie before her numbers were a great a delightful time is putting it mildly. MRS. L. T. IZLAR, A piece o
fendant won. He was represented treat. She sang (a) "A Rose Fable;" There was a "vacant chair," however, MRS. FRANK HARRIS, Is give
by Messrs. Davis and Martin. The (b) "Dinna Ask Me;" (c) "Caro Mio for since we all gathered around the Committee. (I am th<
plaintiff was represented by Mr. Ben," and later on in the evening festive board three years ago the soul What a
James Royal of Jacksonville. "Se Saran Rose," by Arditi. of another daughter has been wafted ROBBERY AT DAYTONA So so a
After Miss Tolmie had sung, a one- to the great beyond, which caused Responalv
Mr. Tom Needham expects to go to act play was cleverly acted. The play pangs of sorrow, and in a great meas- A special telephone message from I mold
Crystal River to do some plumbing was entitled "The Domestic Problem ure marred our pleasure, but we bow- Editor Fitzgerald of the Daily News, And yet,
for the Camp houseboat. It is being Solved." and was extremely ridiculous ed to the will of Him who doeth all Daytona, gives the information that hFar tm
fitted up very elegantly, containing and laughable. It was the story of a things well. Besides enjoying the the Daytona postoffice was burglariz- form
among other things as many as three number of helpless society women in pleasures of association of loved crnes, ed some time during Thursday night. Are in i
bath rooms and everything else in search of a cook, and the various we visited the printing offices, and The thief, or thieves, blew open the
proportion, means they were forced to employ found several men with whom we safe an carried off stamps to the I tresb
and the insults they had to submit to were formerly acquainted. At the value of $3000 and between $600 and For hidd<
When you want a quick meal, drop from prospective "culinary artists" Star office we met R. R. Carroll, one $700 in cash. They made a clean get- lies
in Hogan's Cafe, where you'll find was well brought out. The climax of the very best city editors and bus- away, and there is absolutely no clue The Po
everything in season on the bill of was reached when Mrs. Perkins, one iness managers in the state, P. B. as to their identity. The fact that He bids a
fare. The wo
more brave than the other seekers af- Bowie, who is an ideal foreman, and the robbery had taken place was not Of treasul
We had the pleasure Friday of ter cooks, so thoroughly snubbed Mrs. a master of the art preservative of known until the opening hour this To shom
meeting Mr. H. V. Foster of Bartles- Bridget O'Hara that she was com- all arts, Bart Corley. Pat Gillen. and morning, the safe having been care- And vo 'e
ville, Indian Territory. He is repre- pletely subdued forever afterwards. also Joe Green, foreman of the Bar- fully reclosed and all traces of the FoAnrd
lle, Indian Territory. He is r prletely For 0. ole
senting the Indian Territory Illumi- Mrs. L. W. Duval, as Bridget, was tow Courier-Informant, who cam. uti depredations removed.-St. Augus- Thine i
n.tin' Oil Cnoimpan. !ot. is in Florida it;rfe(l. l1Her make-up was excruciat- especially 'to meet us on this ccca- tine Record.
on a peva:r, trip. !'e i i a in-)hew inllV comical, and her acting could sion. At the Banner office we had the -- I Tallahai
or !r. .. T. C(la";-s-~ (f 'i.- .lak -i rlt 'it ave been improved upon by one honor of meeting Frank Harris. the Mr. R. L. Anderson, who recently FE
HoI. :' t \vil! r prlian ,Io-vn '"'' behind 'e fotligh.' all Nestor of the Florida press-the eon- went to New Orleans to appear be-I
,' l:f.. S '.' fairly r',-L .t ow'n the ri Wa'terson of the Land of Flow,'rs- fore the Inited States circuit court
__ a% .. .. . ... ': : "-* r-I-who has done more for Florida tha;l of appeals in the case of the Dixon ,.,
S.-,,i O-' *i "> '* ''''" ... ,.' any other editor in the stat'. Ou* ('Crucible Company vs. R. H. Paul. hasl t i L"
Fish,'l's. .. \V\' Mi',:: ., ; ial;:' i- visit to Ocala on tis oc-.asioln ill received word that h, won trhe cas',
:r..1 N. ('-rn ia. ; :,V .- (;:;i.i. \\o -* i .-'et<. ',; an :illdove '-". ever be rell'inll or(,'.! by u. wivii a:p- trle court slistaining thee f d, ."

( ,'' n (t 'ii 'f1,,,,' :,; 'th .- ir' '-: r'i
', ) .n I. ;';iN .o' - ,' -1 Conir pal y.
p.,''. owl, i is wavy ; '. :i ... -I ~~S ay. good people. wh' ) t '' : t ;
Si '. gry, go to Hoa's p If you must drink, see Hognn and '' :
'- : good things t fr. :, i r;., g t a god, pure distilled wh ske i
*- - '; \I ; .c -Vt: s N "L .H. "0 --, -T ( d, ;,1;' F'''ir,. ('onipi.iv i hi "'!
___ __ __ ^ ., *, i. u' n ::' rvic of M r. T. W A l-: ;
S. o ill n o or- .l' ing, crossing on ;r: i
"\ ;,nil "'lT 'i"l,0%, 1 11!:,i i!,Z O lt, l. o-1 (C, 'I r i
i v s 'R 'h "Mili n near the Oklavaha rive.r' his l-r "is h,,:. oI has gone to Tan;ila wi ,
n '.. (-.. Sa- t turlay. Theyv l.:i Th' a. r a of !:. T' ,le us P. .i telTeld into a hol' myde by a fitlt ; children to visit his hlin'- s l m, iis
Sl! in ti h s o is. plank and came near i ki s r and tak in thfair. r. Also
..i,-,; l,,vh,'f s Ii .ht'llt :;'"' ,l sa ni ll,'! in ut ,' ha .s of ad a e at' ih.rn, and takoe in the- fair. Mr. Al'so, L-., ...

!>'> I1 \% 'S i ill.- .1 .- k . ...
.nIr\-. W v. E. F'snot. at;!ake. for
sone ;inme. and were on their w-'y t 1
the metropolis.

We are headquarters for all good
things to eat and drink. Good service
and prompt attention., Hogan, the

Meita .lew she knvw how to handle a servant,
and soon convinced the other ladies
that her way was the only right and
proper one to' use toward servants.
and solved the domestic problem to
the satisfaction of everybody con-

leg. This bridge should hbo
t-r by those whose dury it
after these matters.

looke.l af-
is to lok

Mr. and Mrs. Frank Teague and
their two youngest children left Sat-
urday afternoon for Lady Lake, where
l il __1 6, .-vmft __1a. fl. ht b n

is an experienced undertaker and 'a
licensed embalmer, and will look af-
ter the undertaking department ( r-
ing Mr. Smith's absence.

90-day Seed Oats. at Fistel's.
rsnnt I 1R Mfarnin h na.tin n ra ..

by Lydia E. P*-
re, Md.-" For foU
w. a nmiry t u. 1I4 wo.
from Irt'9-ls
tlls.r ttrbl r

*i09, that at
,V fV-. -lip .1 Inr P

p o\.,1 r IupI to
4t ,nilu 'hi. I

1^t (a..n I tpn f
i e i,"- l.l- v. In thin l
:;'.l I :unl r>'. *.,,iv >i{itnig -

',Ir tlh* ctiretr f 8t 1 h I rlu
,iiplhiliits in I.yu li.i : lltllt
*getiable ('ionmpltuiiL It b
tet of ve.air' aidl to U i
lvy an iu Iur.-,tifu Iy ul N
female remenly. It has
s of wonwn who have Ia
with displaceiiimitas, Inde
lceratiohn fibroid tumor. Ib.
es, periodic pains. hbradi
ing4own feeling. Itatut'as p
n, anid nwrvous proltrati|
either ineans had -all.
re suffering from any of thee
don t bive u o ali yo
in Tydia r. P Ai. .'i1V o
pound a trial.
would like speal i
o Mrs. Plikhae.
for It. W se ham


ou forgeIttn your Sa48, ia8
xze They should k be i
oni to avoid ti *us~p
Ing dJd Jammias af
rblel is alvoidable tIo l
or two waeks prior to S-a'
e tax books.
forget to brtii ua olu I
Dr other 'orrft d4 rwtip
operty upoa which yee v4
C. L CARM!B4 .
Im. Tax ('I U'
f clay to mold aSt mb
I unto me;
e Potter's ilatrumeon t.
hall the veswl bw?
nd pliable It ies.
live and so still;
'e to my every tomir
It as I will.
potetlally. It holds
re thal I (aa say.
ntbh aad pow.r a
'his piece of cray
as I take the sift.
easureable car'.
pn deep, somelwhre. thlt
tter's image. fir'
?ne labor to reveal
ndromui power aani igtht
res hid In earthra clay.
w what GIod Is like
ach tiay I work sadt rIay
Si'l .:lnt, maviw
ar !.' rtl I nl ong o .
Si-:axO i *or it- '
1.4 .I. .. AK L*i
*>.> '. h riula
'.V'TH P 'l


4.' 'I

r' :r a -
had juil -ho-'i h- -
pr >, ilt'd frol li ;. ,r
Mr. ('hambhre rn a>.4
want his epxperieae*


-t 'be

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a ' +m'.e14

Mr. C. J. Mc(;uh-e. the owner 4
the bli sawmill at Levom. was- a

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started before being discovered. It is
hoped that when the legislature meets
in A)lril decisive steps will be taken
Viw ;aN litt:oitc-h t'a t to build a new and well-built school
k -' 1 t <* W id l r.,

' I I building. Our Endieavorers should
'* N 't *nt idl' 1.,! ha;- been
I. r-'.e11Ciaializ/e more (learly than perhal)s
*". a 1 1n 1r' b l. l ill iam .len- ,
Ssomin:e .1,d. The faithful (. E. work that
S' I, t II 1 1 rv -,ofoI from O .To or Till
S *' : ('i,.!VL' 'v t" ; 'l'.rs ( l0 110 t' iaf
S ,, Ii ... ".

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tI I I* i di' i r *n'ia' i
it l (r t olt W' arnllinzt to
'oT I' l..T- Taft. h. he 'itinut es:
1h (t. r.-,.ldei. -'lec't cannot possi-
hb% %it\ i hf hexplectationns of holth
*4rnti at t t he, renpublihcai party.
tkhl a republican senate and a re-
phblitan hour controlled by what
Mr RftIwIu clt calls reactionaries. how
c he- wrape conflict either with the
rmWthbrn leaders or with the repub-
m voter" of the NMastssippi Valley?"
Ia dktCumtag tb tendency toward
r*rm wugistlatto. Mr. Bryan sys:
-Tb deocratic party is In sym-
P7y with the growing demand for
,gmo4al k laTdtin; it is therefore


E IIn the Weekly Banner, as usual,

a-----_M AN LAMAR TO LEAD there were many interesting and in-
A IFOW MIOVEMENT structive articles. Three of those
SIN LOIDA pleasing us most were entitled, "Af-
---- termath of a Big Fire" (in Milton),
A fI f W&ttaVWon Saya "Christianizing *the World" and "Is
L a f smt It in drculation in po- the World Growing Better?" It is
0-11l ftiss in that city that the good to know that a man of long and
tMM of lorida is in ':ne for a re- strenuous experience like Editor Har-
S o m ris thinks that the world is growing
ow mon t to ite politics, model-
Od the lies of the crusades ith State President Winnard wishes
weftr e stc men s Cummins in ".ia, that it be known everywhere over
tpsw Ia Kansas. LaFollette in 'is- -'Florida-Wide En leavor" that there
m@st.. Cawtord in South Dakota. and oth-i gates who will be warmly welcomed
of have stirred up their several and entertained free during the state
atate* R-pr-snitative William Bai- convention. They- wou!d like at 1.:ast
kty Laamr is the man who has in one hundred and fifty. and Rt-. Win-
Mtd. his friends say. to undertake a II,,-d', ::.w Presbyterian church on
Stalursctionary movement in -;-aniIa Heights will sea; comfortably
*'1-da at last the "four hundred," if that
Mr. lamar na,. a r-markable many will raliy there to nott and
app o in he- hoiri- the other day. in hear Dr. Clark. Please remember the
*l"rb he attacked what he declared late. April 240-22. and watch these
tW "'4 nothing policy of congress news articles for further particulars
t&ard the great questions of the of railroad rates and program.
tlim." He declared, among other How good and old fashioned it
1a. that the "railroads and trusts sounds-"A Cooky Social!" That is
wtrM too much political power. and what the Endeavorers had at South
St they must be curbed." He pro- Lake Weir recently in honor of Miss
ted that senators and representa- Coffin, of Eustis, state superintendent
tWv eoS 6t. by law. to be forbidden of Sunday school work in the W. C.
Sto w Morks or bonds of railroads or T. U. The evening was spent in ad-
lstrial trtuts. And he demanded dresses and music, at the close of
fdeM retvisiom tf the laws by which Errol Reed gave a recitation,
IW b the government exercises its "A Plea for a Collection," and it made
s tertate commerce, a free-will offering come easily. As a
To t W CmIc d grand climax there were cookies of
tf of thts seech is the reported all sizes and varieties with coffee and
fta of Mr. LAmr to start a crusade the temperance drink, lemonade. Mrs.
at be It has ng been charged Coffin was the guest of Mr. and Mrs.
LF Pt rida polties is securely in Upham while at South Lake Weir.
etel io the corporations, especial- Something novel and successful
Ste railroads. The name of Henry also was the birthday surprise party
M. Failer has been often mentioned given Miss Ethel Frost, president of
a the real power behind the throne the East Jacksonville Endeavorers.
i P orida. T e Standard Oil million- The plan was an entertainment in the
6I" has ltmmenv interests in the village of Bingville, for which posters
date. and has been very active in were made giving the program down
Ita poltics It is his alleged domina- the middle of the sheet and adver-
tiom ( the state that will be the oh- tisements adorned its sides. The
rtive- nf the Iamar attacks, If the box office of the Bingville Opera
csmaol i. carried out as Mr. Lamar Hlouse was up on the front porch of
is uni.-ritood now to have it outlined Miss Frost's home. and each guest
Ito -L mind. was given a ticket after signing a
Mr lamar believes that Florida is card which proved to be a birthday
rtpr fot a revolt. and he been for card for the one in whose honor the
a lagc timni. consideringg the effort to party was planned, and who knew
organize HI dows not believe the no;hins of it till she returned from
t~*nr bly any means hopoelss of a day s work at the office in which
wtualun the struggle if he starts and she is employed. The program and
tleaciously keelm at It. poster were both very amusing and
Lamar is Wealthy we would not dare to try 'to copy the
t >r lamar has been in the house spelling of the latter, but will lend
three t-ers. but is about retiring. As our copy to anyone who wishes some-
attonraev geeral of Florida, he had thing new and bright for an Endeav-
-e hItder experiences with the pow- or social. Miss Bertha Farnham. Miss
r of the interests. some of which he Frost's friend, is the clever originator
O In hti cent speech to the of such things, and we hope they will
b se He has b ee an unreconcll- make her famous some day.
aMe oppofnnt of corporation power Miss Emma Yowell, president of the
It poltIcs. and incidentally has had Christian church society in Kissim-
inme sharp disre'ements with cer- mee, writes that their best meeting
tat democratic leaders In congress, in the third quarter of our Endeavor
specially Jolh Sharp Williams. who year was that celebrating Thanksgiv-
t to uo to the sea te. Mr. amar is ing Day, with Miss Ethel Dunkle as
Mm eIf a rich man. He has a com- leader, in which everyone took i'art.
enable fortune of his own. and a good singing and a goodly number
fr' vers ago married Mrs. Ethel Toy out. With ,tbh exception of Christ-
Heely. oe of Atlanta's wealthiest wo- mas and Easter we think that
mm He is. therefore. amply equip- Thanksgiving Day should be the best
pod with the sinews of war and is time in the whole year of our meet-
tf-potd tor emntleo them in the ef- ings. with an afterglow of gratitude
Irt to afnd out w he*.her Florida wants lasting until next November.
t* he re forn,*.i HIe has had an ex- In December here came neat be-
tened jIllttrcal .xprience. as coun- ing a terrible conflagration in the
ty attomr.). Juldge.. member of the State Deaf and Blind school in St.
tsisthure" and spl-aker of the house, Augustine. which is yet housed in an
*t(m. general of the state and rep- old frame building, which would
ebnciatlh' In congrsu burn like tinder if a fire was well

of this last year. \\e need tim
grow in more important and mor(
ceptable lines.-Tampa Tribune.


Climbing into the rigging to n
a spar, Carpenter M. Anderson of
Norwegian steamer Thelma, dlied
he was engaged in his work,
steamer crossing the bar on its
to Gulf Port for cargo.. This
was discovered a few minutes a
wards when the body was seen to
forward and catch in the rigging
become suspended. Members of
crew went aloft and found the c
carpenter dead. The steamer rel
ed to port and after sending the
ashore and arranging for the fur
proceeded out again on the voyae
Gulf Port.-Pensacola Journal.


Architect H. J. Klutho of Jaci
ville is having a rather peculiar
idence constructed for himself.
Metropolis says of it:
The plan is very unique in it
rangements. and the exterior de
will be so unlike any other resid
here that it will elicit comment,
good or bad, as the case may
The first story will be of
white stucco up to the second
window sills. The second story
1,e of rough lumber, as it conimes
the saw, which will be stained.
The roof will be very flat.
l;;'-" 0(\-'e!'h::lgi ;g <-'v .'-,. h lut i
bI" nuiit s th.' oiminire-ent 41)o

I V. l Por!ch. will lIe at the sid'-s o
Sc wit th sh house ilnstlea' 0! the front. and
Swill be doo d witli tilh. instead
' ::- ilih aiidl childrenl.
1 im ij

ii. : i,'i!:- roni a z'- worker of
S *'-..);ff s l unfiol.i" in speak-ling of
s :-' i;inn ndelavor\ h' i -ires to
-' r :. yomni I'opl'. and closes
\itih heos, worls: "Ohl. how I crave
to b used' more by Him." We need
it he s;irring-up] kind of district and
local leaders in Florida and probably
will have them in a stronger force
*wh(n a fuller consecration to be used
conie(s among us. Are we praying
Itor the realization of personal re-
sponsibility for Florida Endeavorers?
Eustis. in Lake and Sumter dis-
trict, is rich in Christian young peo-
ple. Besides the Endeavor society
for both girls and boys. the young la-
|dies have a very-own organization.
anid the young men a league with
twenf---nine members. Arthur Rus-
sell. our district secretary has the of-

Th-i bath room will be fite-,l upI
modern plumbing fixtures, and a
the house heated by the "hot w

Because meats are so tasty
are consumed in great excess.

leads to stomach troubles, biliousness
and constipation. Revise your diet,!
let reason and not a pampered app-
tite control, then take a few doses ofI
Chamberlain's Stomach and Liver
Tablets and you will soon be well
again. Try it. For sale at all drug-

Editor Jordan of the Punta Gorda
Herald suggests the abolishment of
the Florida legislature and instead
have state government by commis-
sion. Gee! What an effect "pure

JOHI WililE & O.

&STAUU@4430 to"
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Weal am
".4 EMa

Editor Williamson of the Jackson-
ville Floridian, is of the opinion that
Telfair Stockton will be a candidate
for the United States senate next
year, against Senator Taliaferro.
Although there ks no positive an-
nouncement on the subject from any-
one authorized to speak, it is gener-
ally recognized that Mr. Taliaferro
will stand for re-election. Many peo-
ple in the state are "of the opinion
that Mr. Taliaferro has earned an-
other re-election and that he is one of
the most influential and effective
workers 'that the state ever had in
'Vashington. As a "business senatOr""
ihe has not been given to many words
,r parading himself in prini as do so
many of the national lav-makers:
but he has been a quiet worker, (ver
keen to the interests of his constitu-
-nts, and re has contributed practical
ideas to the service of the people
rather than flowery language to the
pages of the Congressional Record.
Be that as it may, there is little
doubt that someone will have the te-
merity to enter the list against Mr.
Taliaferro. It has been all along the
generally entertained idea that for-
mer Governor Broward would be the
representative of the opposition-if
there is any organized or substantial
opposition in the case-but indica-
tions now are that the former govern-
or has "enough" for a while and will
devote his time and attention to other
than political matters. He is doubt-
less content to rest on the characteri-
zation given him by the writer in Ev-
erybody's Magazine-"From Deck
Hand to Governor"-without spoiling
that pretty story by a probably unsuc-
cessful attempt to step ever higher.
Whoever runs for the senate
against Mr. Taliaferro may expect to
experience a most strenuous cam-
paign, for the people of Florida have
their eyes turned toward practical re-
sults more than ever before and they
are going 'to ask themselves seriously
and thoughtfully if the offered succes-
sor is capable of "doing things" with
the, facility and the success which
have' attenldedl tht- career of the I res-
elit senator.
The Tribune trusts that the siate
will be spared an acrimonious, bitter
ca inaign next year. We had enough


TiherA ii no businllo ofr pOetion1,
the absolut(A co'fidic'
oughly? in the in.-rchlan' tthann
th~it' a e so ri- ny ijmtt~ti1(!IS of the l &j It '' s*
tht(,l4are lerealItticle. w.
~ ~.~ tht W thanetle-"fdne0 *l~
srt ii-1i'e ; Vdy v at t-i ern t
ti aklne 1*ai ''ii



"One of the most pleasing discover-
ies made on my recent trip to the Ev-
erglades." said Harvie Duval. of the
Florida Everglades Land Company.
"was that an immense area of land
that has for years been thought to be
completely slnii.r'gt'ed bene'ith the
w'*ae~: his b'en above I'th' surface
anPi dry for I:n years or more..
"This information was given~' min by
meni wlo have pent their li\%- ini
:tn1l around the grea:' swaminp. aiid thit
condiition represented nlaks i: e\i-
lent that lthe iroposioion of irainini
the Eversladles can Innd will he mnad
successful. For tw\ :ltyfve or thir:y
miles south of I.:tk Ok! ;co:e,' ) th'-i

OCa!a. F I.

condit ion r' a,; thet ra berin1 I
dra!iini-lI to a great extten; by the ol, te
Mission canals. prior to the dining
of which y a'rs ago the entire area
wS under watr. I FURNISH YOUR HOME
demonstration. together with advan- Y O U R
tageous natural conditions. any claim; AT
that the Everglades cannot be drained A AT.
In a most successful manner is ab- TIVER & MACKAY
surd, and no such claim is made by R & M A
people who have the interests of the
state at heart."-Jacksonville Metrop- (ur new Stck of Fall Goods is now hert. alid % -' t,
oils. public to call and inspect it. There is nol ne It thla % t *ii 1i ,that
pwill coIIpare with our late styles. highI 1 41liality and i ..^
Georgia is mourning the death of will compare wi th our late stbe yln to inumerat an it ani l t i .r
Mrs. Hennie Hill Thompson, Of course we could not begin to .nunierat,- i nleti-ttti ,,ijr f c .
Mrs. Hennie Hill Thompson, daughter but we would call your attention to the following partial t if
of the late Hon. Benj. H. Hill. one of goods and pri -es--others in proportion.
the south's ablest statesmen.

It seemed to J. A. Stone, a civil A r
plot existed between a desperate lung Wilton Seamless Art Squares--All in Jute Art Squarnr-9l12. only 10.
trouble and the grave to cause his the latest designs, all sizes, $40 to Cotton and Wool Art Squar.-4 t
death. "I contracted a stubborn cold." ..$50. $20.
he writes. "that developed a. (ot$gh
hethat stuck t de. i opeod all coh Axminister Art Squares-In many Ten Wire Tapestry Brussels Art
dies for years. My weight ran downi pretty designs, $20 to $35. Suare*8 t .
to 1:30 pounds. Then I began to 1use Wool Fibre and Fibre Art Squares- All Wool Granite *srusse* At
Dr. King's New Discovery. which re- Only $12. Squares-48 to $14.
eitorgl m1 h th comlnlt .ly. I now Imperial Smyrna Art Squares-$22 to Japanese Matting Art Squars--46
obstinate Coughs. fHomlorrhu'.es..\Asth- $45. (We are Ocala agents for Small Rugs to match all of the above
inl. and to prvt'ni PietuiMolii, it's these goods). at reasonable prices.
un ri'va led, 5' c. andI $1. Tial! ))ttle'
free. Guarant('ed by Tyvlings & C.
TChina Dinner Sets, $10.00 to $125.00. Ten Pti-c I Alet
Sets, $4 00 to $25.03. Big line of China ani Porcelian

ac- Some three years ago the Prussian Dinner Sets in all of the Latest Patterns.
Railway minister issued orders for-
bidding large classes of employes, We have just added 5000 feet of floor spice. :an. v .. **-r
ch.ielly those engaged in train and than ever prepared to display our beautiful line of F'u:r' ::. i i
switching and sinal service to take the near future also add a complete line of Hardwlar
switching and signal service, to take
nend any alcoholic stimulant while on outy.'
the or while waiting t hgo on duty. Al Exclusive Ocala a,,ents for Allwvin Go Carts. all c)ol)r. $s..
d as newspaper devoted to the interests of
I We are closing out our -tandaird Sewing .Machine%. and- the
the the employes sums up the results as We are closing oUt our ,tan'lir.l ewing Machin. ..nd the
way follows: Without doubt, the men lave few we now have on hand will be sold below c,.st.
way follows: Without doubt, the men I-ave
fact gone to their work fresher and more
ifter- capable, and have done their work) id iver and 7lacKay
fall more calmly, 'thoughtfully and wil-
and lingly to the advantage of their own N. MAGNOLIA ST OCALA. PLOMf
the health and safety. Discipline has
chief been better; resistance to superiors
turn- and quarrels among equals have de-
body creased. There have been fewer cas-
neral es of illness attributable to alcoholic || FU e e R S3eg
;e to excesses, and the younger employes
especially have a realizing sense of
their dangers. There has been no de-
crease in the number of employes IBeautifl i desia wh I emrl -ron tac. ade i -
punshed for drunkenness, but this has solidoak wilthhandsome iM| OI
kson- box frnae consi4tl.rne l, Th g i
son- been due to the fact that such cases of our immn u -
res- out cairs of al iadl u t I weI n
res- are much more strictly dealt with.-- andCo ll i
The Railroad Age Gazette. .You ran no chance.for we give yourl rl -A
xculyaswe represent YoUJ e=li
and get better satisfaction Chtihl sIr dgaiS-rouft 11SN & ^.
s ar- Geronimo, the famous Indian chief- Prc kitchen, lawn, stores, offices and evr ~ w. 6e
sign tain, is dead. m o- t elegant to the plinet. All kidsolwood m JsmS t i Stms
lence U-llY all ac I boat MAn= rod wse twr u mve Y&.60
be it HE J L BRUMBY r-O, ..m C.o. U.
war- FLORIDA C FACTRy, ius so Uoao S ___

will Offices, :;G Fort King Avenue, *
fro Second Floor X\Witness l1uiling,
fMcOiln lan Bros
Publishers of the Florida Fruit and
with Truck Grower, Ocala, Fla. Sern Cer W or
wiouthern opper Works
rn'11l. Publishers :f ti'e Fiorda Stcc' f 1 iI arnc Fairre. Oct. F!a. arnulacturers or Turpenti n
:!', PiubiEhers of Brumby C'as;sific' City
Sof and Trade Director:e and General Metal W orker-

VW e a r', Ir,'i)ar,'i t o) t *',-iti ii ( :1,i Stii xCha g
11 o place a\-T;ii; for in ivihIal takn exchange o.
at(r'" itirnis, corpoia7oins or ni u-ii!ip,)iiis. through the collilrV a t peiiait ( r i- I
SEverything dles-tnei! from a -x; ,!,,,l- wire will receiv(w rlr-m.t attenni,, at ,.'I, .f
er to elaborate, lookle.. i foll ving works tn at .
your ideas. we will write the nmaitr
and see to its proper printing antl FAYETTVI LL I C
they circulation. Twtent years' expI)-ri- I- N.C.l SAVAM AN -
This ence. A- -.._.

High class half-tone engravings,
zinc etchings, advertising designs,,
portrait cuts. We represent one of:
the largest and best photo-engraving!
plants in the United States.

"Shorthorn Cattle" (Sanders), $2,
with postage 23c. added.
"The Horse Book" (Johnstone),
published 1907. $2, postage 14c. add-
"Cattle Breeding" (Warfield), $2,

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SL" Develm nt d the Land of Ponce de Leon as a Great Winter Play-
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rwrida tI a land of many colors-a Florid ssll ------ 1__---- a land of marn olors-- Florida is selling her surplus this Wealth Froti the Soil of Florida
TA..h tn. nl r. w h- pat. ns red Year for fourteen million dollars. There are at the present time more
S. a .tI I,. b -r. wh!tq each- Phosphate, at present, yields about than fifty thousand farms and ilanta-
Sor It 1 aa Ara- half this amount; but it is probably tions in Florida. most of them giow-
;palaces Ithe most precious natural product of ing fruits and vegetables-three crops
a* *' b '' c is> r' r imntastic theI s;ate a t yea--for the northern market.
m !- A ,",a, poo . as1 t h
e ,* *. "i '. n of aicfooti I This is so c'x:cnsive a business that
Sl .:.'-eses w ho i. '. vae c;o. was he h are figures do not present a
a '*! ti i. a ic. v l discolr it. thi.ty years i c(;:;:.iete piicture of it to he mind.
' *t.-.'.. H str- a io:, ;an since then Florida has sold i Who t'\r would realize what it means
' I ; t. a '.i nlillioni dolliars- worth, mostly nmuis g( in winter to the railway
S. .. I ta ,' r'aIIVl and ot her European yards of .Jacl-:sonville and see the
S.. r ere: "' i' a i,'es. This sllu seems large long fruit and truck trains sent 'ihun-
S, -, ID i. but it is a trifle compared to during northw.ird. These trains have
.i ,., , hat Flo la will make from her the right of wa; over all others, ex-
.*: I | d* ; i: ', aind '. ha i she learns to us ev- t t th i Floria s- specials. All ordi-
.. o :f 11 :: it home. enriching the ngr trains-even the ex-
i- .. .* 1* t p,- l H n o.e ( rf 1.- ' o' far s d gardens. ies :-a-ret iwhiskl ed out of the way
SI i.-rp e. anl 1 s w this i measure of to le tm ss. They are freight
.prl,. rl,. 1 l\.. h ;t'-i t-r. t m lin, riches of her soil and aristocrats of tle railways. each mak-
t VS tC nMI <4111# hlUle il lfi\. and an'd work-shop.-, and ing a thousand-nile race against time
d't arnlings of lthe tourist season, the i ou of a land of suinmmner into a re-
-I* ( > ,icrtlh .hosphati. c:. r.-n s le- ,op!e w"ho now live in Florida have 'gon of snow.
ta.u'.-T i..t. cr turhontin. No o'h- a early income of more than one Some of these hurrying cars are
*-' t *at imak oture mantv Halana iil dre and te"nty-five million doll- filled with strawberries from Starke;
.' r nrae ho msurh long .tapl .;rs. Thi' amount, we may observe louar million ouarts came from near
ga,-. Ar p.4rh.smuch no other re- rthe countrynmen of Ponce de Leon, that bustling little town last year.
s it any par oferhal no other r-cn 1 very nearly equal to the present Some are packed with pineapples
um o hanp a bleni of t he w jor ca go-erinlental revenue of the king from Fort Pierce: about fifteen hun-
rf tfr wsoth thb a bluing r of tht joy lom of Spain. i dred such cars will be pulled north-
r a11. withrtl prousess energy ta As to the fountain of eternal youth., ward this season. There will be cel-
c*a ret atil an mod- that search has not vet been alto- ory cars from Sanford. lettuce cars
T rs i f oIt d Ln gather successful; but this at least from Gainesville. cabbage cars from
T -t I of" r wh iLon c an obe said, that no other state is Evinston. tomato cars from Dania,
Tup. hr t awhit man who wet f ot fart er from the gates of death than potato cars from Hastings. and or-
up. ,*thestar P of Florida was tihe Florida. Her average annual cl'ath lange cars from everywhere.
ob. .ra.r. r- in. That rate is about nine l'er thousand:; and FIlcrida has a large assortment of
*asearlyt four hunlred years she has seventy-one veterans of the new fruits. too. which she is ready 'to
asee H had Iu told ,by the In- Polnce de Leon cult who have rounded sentd us as soon as we learn to ap-
dian. a odmintrlarin in which all out a full century and are still in the preiate thenw.. There are at least ? ..'.lcwhr.e wr^ ';o Ice fo land of the liv-ing. four of tnese which some clay, I yen-
Th.r. r s s ,ld tin tabunldance. and In thhe month of eblruary'. which is turn o 0 predict, will become as pop-
b**... a a a ing 'al slrin:( of water the central nonth of the Florida sea- ular as the phin'.ale and the grape-
.h.h \*" .hc o lhce drank of it son. flly sixty thousand wint1'r-dri"- frui--th,' mano. the avocado. the
Iht. p *. ah tan.. .l -ath andi te n .. :' imners will ha-k in her ; gen- :;naa ;ath o the sapodilla. The mango,
t Iar*t, *', l h ta nta I T f a ,tr T -
r a it6- I *hII. tII ho i aiim of tir- ;, .iinttuat '. We might almost call whiich blends ihe flavor of many
.' 'i h. 'r a s tani-hea ed state, as the warn fri.its in one'. vwas brought from In-
S '6-" ,'idi felll ", hD' \twateIrs of the Gulf stream curve dia. !,!.1 grows on thc'k-foliaged tiees
I... I krt.f- i f. o-f al s-ov- aroun(ld h'r shores so unceasingly tl: are' pYrv ids of bloom in the
. .- . i. (1 "l" i' \ .1 T l 'That there is no sting of cold in ll er !lowe'ring season. The guava is seem-
*q,' o I t i I 6'-11: ( f 1'l2-- unfailing breezes. She furnishes a iinlv\ a plum that has set out to make
1 10 .%l ts'(' I... fir-' landfall -real outdoor hospital for sick babies itself a :ralnpfrii!. while the sapodilla
.,f .ti ..l t.- \1 t \-ars before d ;;tle children. And if Professor suo gest s a i. .rsiliiinon on its way to
tIb. rx -, I ,nt il-io% lr, Cortez -he lNitchnikoff. the Parisian scientist., iake a cantaloupe. As for the avo-
.'* *ail Iis F;Ptr.Aa on a ~o.K age that \i-ho maintains that the normal life-1 cado, or alligator pear. it is a salad
*i, ti f I,. ftr-tot*t No owher ex- tinle of man should be a century and fruit. unlike anything else known to
pl.r.T I a t plifie.l mor-l poeti- a halt. should undertake to estab- northerners. It is usually eaten with
* dl' t. hc:man craving for riches lish an institute of longevity, he could I pepper and salt: but those who wish
aslh twal'h He. landed in a country not do better than to place it in this to enjoy a flavor that is wholly new
tha' *ars I nt nly ntes. but unlike' any land of eternal summer, where it is and delicious should squeeze over an
aot r rwntnt that Europeans had ever "bliss to be alive and glorious to be avocado the jaice of a lime, add a
sws its ab.orus were guarded. as if young." little olive oil and vinegar, and either
I' .*.r i-radiae itself. by coral-reefs Nature plays the tune of life in some chopped onion or a dash of
tik stabled shilp from the bottom Florida with her foot on the soft ped- Woreestershire saice.
of tbw se a l %sentinel sharks that al. Each clay is like a melody from Natural Wonders of Florida
peroll*d th. harors. and by great Mozart. There is no crashing of the Much of the scenery of Florida is
anflator that kept watch In the riv- cymbals 'nor pounding of the bass very similar to that of southern Cali-
ere aNd tagenO The Indians. too, drum. There is less of stress and fornia; but she has some enchant-'
wet not at all like the gentle na- strain. Men work, and work hard- ments that are peculiarly her own.
tive who had welcomed Columbus. for 'the state, as it exists today, has Nowhere else is there such a phenom-
but 4isplaved a hostility such as the practically been created in less than enon as Silver Springs, near Ocala,
latrdsh had not met before, twenty years; but In Florida, when where a river bursts from the earth
aut hte tlnt of the gold and the work is done, it is easier to relax. at a single bound, with deep waters
ripple of the magic spring led Ponce There is a spirit of tranquility in the that are as clear as the ether. As you
de I re on He found pearls in the caressing air and in the perpetual glide over it in a glass bottom boat,
p--m-sR of the lndians. but no gold verdure of the orange groves, you have the sensation of being pois-
emerl o re )uieating waters: so. afterI The truth about this balmy climate, ed high in the air in a magical flying
**-,-ral week. of explorationn he sail- in its effect upon human energy, ap- machine. Nowhere else is there a
.*d htarc o tSpin an, entertained the lpars to be this-that it is easier to river just like the Oklawaha, or a
bII for several *la-s with the story h:e lazy and live comfortably in Flor- driveway like Ridgewood avenue in
o hi. adve-nt "re i''ida than elsewhere, while a man of Daytona. both of which are virtually
*- mt*tI a" h'e c(,ild enthe r a sec- vigor and ambition is more likely to roofed with the branches of giant
,"ad fore. P'mne d*u L.o.ti returned to re.ap a high reward for his exertions,. oaks. draped with long streamers of
ha- .* arch for etl i ami, for the waters The Se.minole Indians. who were the r-ay moss. AndI nowhere else, on the
,,f ..rri..I *u'lh HIt. Ire'atii a nman <>ri, final Floridlians. certainly were rim of any ocean, is there to be found
.,* .. ,, rn a"' 'i;nct i'' a For nine n~' a listless people. They fought a beach like that of Ormnlond. where
,,.. ., r a, ..n i do n the ai ainst the white man wiih the fe(- scort' of nIllto hotiles imay' race
S,. ., i I 1.( 4' f.t ml e\- !i rity( of pantliers. and cost the I nit- abrenast ill a strani l ~wa y (course of
.. t:, f,,r<'il lha- way ,,, S1aes twe ity millions in money nearly tliiry mllilb s.
,, : i'., 'i 'lI i.| y an a;il, fife'!en hunI l'red lives before they Not even in his .I rea'a.s could a
Si ,, ,a .1 i li i n. f t,. a surre'iler'm l. o-',l"'.i 'ne i :21 ';'. ie ;-s w. i- I a se;''" '

C ., F'c,.da o d T oda y :'' if' m, ai iii' xia: '. \*e .. .' : ; *.' ',,I,;. : K'.',
i \ :'. .' ,l ; :i!. ". I his :. I h l I !. :t 1' .! .: , i". .n s t' '
,, .. -.' *. ", ,;. r:ot 'er than foughll :s ii t ; ai'n ,ii tl V 1--
S '\ i : .,'.1 n '. 1, 'in (conlris. Sie allows the il r t .' .i l ro
,, ," II, for- il at thi s nlshine to \\wo'k for "It 'mrily to hum is'il, nr'e"en. ati' io;ipe']
t1,c l,.tor ie '. ;. ''ry ay. so lhat faring becomioes wilt. cre 'a catnllrpis I)f rtas.flel,! 1ave- .
I'to'it i.l in ,,t rcntinluous performance. If a crop For tho-: \\hlo 10-ov, thi'e water. in all
, -' . ,,ar. for int- fails. there is no need to wait until its colors and asplecs. there is no
, ,'a ial .II weIal'h that inext year. You can plant a new crop place like Florida. It is the paradise
.. ., o h- frui -- and1 tomorrow. of the house-boat and the canoe. be-
ir *l1l1 lth total out- .\ Connecticut man-G.eneral H. S. cause of its innumerable lakes and
I r. a ..'1 ines enough Sanford-firs, taught the Unit(ed waterways. Here, if you wish To be
t". thr f Ta.m ita and Key Stit es to appreciates Flo-ida ?- our placid, you may skim over the broad.
national gar!'n and hothbo'se. A man gentle waters of Tampa Bay and,
'.,,'t.a It, sn is t,.oming of remarkable force. he spent much watch 'the antics of the pelicans. If
h I-,,anksn of her own- of his life. and the whole of his for- you wish to be thrilled until your'
,. , or' She has three tune. in teaching Floridians to nerves twang like harp-strings, you3
,>, ,,h ,or*nd fta toris There tropical fruits, and in persuading can set out with a motor boat among,
,**.n -he' r n aanfl a and grape- northerners that these fruits were the coral reefs of Miami and harpoon
** *n n.. th o en his winter to paY eood to eat. With oranges. there was a tarpon-the silver king of the fish-
.a.t* hpr h.r r.-fe million dollars- no difficulty, and the demand grew. es. You can dredge for claims, or go
te, he pr.iled tat"e paid to Spain until Florida, from end to end. look- out in the open sea for mackerel. And
.h .0 hi1a* p_. a ill e like a green field spangled with if you want to chase big game. vou


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':i:;y iflionis. \ : ( 'i of iai ll': -
*': '. in2. !'fo s s':,'r. iini its
;.i'"*::'!n 'oipi-Ti;tor.. Yoiui ('idn hni!
Yo a iv
a ''>"nil-lltadl>' alit(omo1-i! in .Jac'k >'in-
vile. if you wish. or a luconmitive, or ,
a siIamship. It you want something
daintier you can Ibuv home-made per-
tflnle. made from Florida roses, or go
to an ostrich farm and select a plume
omn the output of a hundred great
.irds. About a million dollars a
month is now paid for goods manu-
iactured in Jacksonville. without in-
cluding the product of the big rail-
road shops.
Moreover. Jacksonville is a clean,
healthy, handsome city. Since its
disastrous fire of eight years ago, it
has literally made all things new. It
has covered 'the ashes of the burned
city with eight thousand new build-
ings. including several sky scrapers


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est town--St. Augustine-founded by
Ponce de Leon and his men almost
four centuries ago. Its streets are
narrow and medieval. Quaint Span-
ish housess are huddled together be-
hind aged palm trees. Crumbling
walls of coquina-a sort of shell-rock
-mark the spot where the Spanish.
French andi English oner fought for
sovere 'ignty. And near thie beach
stands the most tragic relic *of the
Spa:::sh era-old Fort Marion. with
its hattle-scarredl walls and its win-
dolh'ss dliungeoils.
Ev\'n more unique is th1 island
city of Key West. where alert coim-
mercialisn and dreamy romance are
blended in a most confusing medley.
This isle of the Gulf Stream was one
of the last strongholds of the pirates.
Hitlhr they towed their prizes and
here they buried their treasure, until
the !as; of them-old Joe Ralda-was
compelled to meet his ways in 1821.
It was here. too, in a dingy Ititle cof-
fee-house. that Gomez, Garcia, Palma,
Zayas and Maceo met together and
planned the Cuban revolution of 1895
-the beginning of the end of Spanish
rule in the New World. And yet the
remote coral-reef of piracy and rev-
olution has now grown to be a thriv-
ing factory city, making one-third as
many Havana cigars as Tampa-
nearly a hundred million a year. It
has also become, since the Spanish
war, the most important naval out-
post in the southeastern corner of
the Inited States.
Big things are now being done in
Floridla. In no othr state, I venture
to say., are so few peoplee doing so
much. Here is the tiny town of West
Palm Beach. with perhaps four hun-
dred families. building a $G6I.'0,0
school anid draining enough land to
give e' cry family a square mile reach.
Here yon c(an see the white city of
Miari. anid 'the tourist city of St. Pa-
ters'uirg. anid the cigar city of \West
Tampal. asni the jungle ('ity of Day-
tona. 11l of which were little or r-oth-
ing wht.n the twentieth century be-
Three important waterways have
recently been opened. partly by gov-
ernment aid and partly by local en-
terprise, so that Tampa and Jackson-
ville are now ports for large steam-
ships, and an inland channel runs
nearly the whole length of the state.
This latter is itself one of the won-
ders of Florida-a four hundred mile
tide-level canal.
Civic patriotism runs high in most
Florida communities. There is little
state feeling, and state enterprises
are not well supported; but every-
where the tourist meets bodies of res-
idents who are optimists, zealots, fa-
natics, on the subject of the especial
advantages of their own neighbor-
hood. In Jacksonville this local spir-
it runs so high that every twentieth
man is a member of the local board of
Jacksonville is easily the pre-emi-
nent city of Florida. It has one-renth
of the state's population, and one-
fourth of her energy. In location it
is the New York of tne southeast, be-
ing at the mouth of the St. Joans riv-
er. which runs two hundred miles
south to Sanford, and also having a
deep chnnrel to the sei. It manv be
call I ti:e g'uewavy l'' :ve<''i Florida
and 11, l('. i. Y2ulnV pi;'Ir t ;t it is.

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I find Peo-rn-n
very valuable for
rebuilding of a
worn and tired
CHIVALROUS, high-minded, impulsive, generous, courtens enura au
loyal, a believer in good fellowship, a lover of home, magaatmao s be
miles, true to friends, is a reputation that any man may well envy.
No man better exemplifies this description than ('ol. William Camp, whe
testimonial is given below. His unique figure and charming,aali tyt s*
known in the streets of the capital city of the 'niated -Sat4. 1IIt word tl e" e-
as his bond. His frankness and truthfulness no one has ever quettosed thm
knew him.
Read what he says concerning Peruna.

,4 write to say that I have used Peruna and fi d a sW
valuable remedy for coughs or colds and rebUldIa ofg a -w
and tired system, dissipating and eradicating that eM drlwl 4
ng."---C. William Camp, 1740 L St., N. W., WasMagsou, Ca

M I. IIHAS. BROWN, hogersville, vous, could sleep but little at nirkht, ?.*
Tenn., writes: "I feel it my duty Peruna cured that tired, all-tone fr*-t-
to write you a few words in praise of in:g, and made me feel like a ne-w ea,
your Peiruna. I have tried many differ- so I heartily recommend it to all who
eat renmedi-', but have found that Pe-I are weak and run down. It well a1v
na is tlihe .raf.'aI-st tonic on earth, and a new life and energy.
perfect -s;-t !in builder. "I cannot speak too highly .f I r. i1
"A fri-end advi-sed me to take Pertins and will not forget to reomm. : .."
? r intdire-tion, and it cured me i" a Peruna is manufarture-d he
&.:_rt time. I was very weak and ne;- eruna Drug Mfg. GCo., Cu u.t

both on the western rim of Florida, :to build for thet tourist and the pea-
and as different as can be imagined. ure-seeker such an Aladdin palco as
Pensacola is historic, with quaint neither Florida nor any other Am-e
ruins of Spanish fortifications and can state had eve.r seen It was *
relics of the seventeenth century; purely oriental conception Here wa
Tampa is new, without history or lin- 'to be an earthly paradise. Into w1ri
eage, and smelling everywhere of none could enter except the rieh.
fresh paint. The chief commercial as- the center of a vast walled garde.
set of Pensacola is undoubtedly its such as the Caliph of Bagdad or t
magnificent harbor, while Tampa's wealthiest of the Pbaraohs
business future is guaranteed by the have owned, was to rise a vast r
fact that it is the natural metropolis vansary looking more like ia p
of the whole middle western region tLan a hotel. It was ao he- t gat
of Florida. rose-colored structure, emb.. ljL
Tampa and Henry B. Plant with flowering ivy and t*oped wit
Not many years ago Tampa was a white towers and niarets. 1ai
fishing village; today it is widening were to be such treasures as are d
out over great areas of gray sand. made for king--rare tapestrise. rq.
with a population equal to that of statues, paintings. antique eabelst
Haverhill or San Diego. It has nine It was to be a temple of health ar
banks with six millions of deposits, repose. There was to be no cod or
Three railway systems focus at its hunger or sickness or any sort f
docks and transfer to several lines of unpleasant ness. There was .ven to
steamships. More phosphate is ship- be a small separate bulldlnl. hidbde
ped from Tampa than from any other by tropical foliage.. In which tbusinD
American port. Fish, too, and lum- matters were to Iw a". n',led to
her and cattle and turpentine are ex- All ;his stranpg. f;ancri Mr Plat
ported from here to various cities in made conme !ru ito-re Inn a re mm- ,
the north, sandy wildetrne.-. th h:'ir' (if the
But, above all clse. Tampa is the wil! dicllhcs a d 'hi .'li. ,; i, tuill
c(il of cigars. M ore, clear Havana ci-ihis garden ;na l hi .- i,:. r hli
:;'rs : m al ie h-:r' than in Havana. death. in ]'*'' i I .<. .-,.. .*ry
v'. work ,y \ ai;y i:n t,:p yrar a million ias:- .! irn'> tl. ;> .*. try
i','., i',ris ar' 'ol .d into .-shapet of Ta.' 'r
S. ': i ':' l ;' n t! fa'tor- 'i i is n \ ,' .
:!7:ji 11' o:, in II.t ir (''dar llox--4. u, i it t ti! -" rn
i., ,.-ii: T(' Th,.r ,:tk.'.s p i, 'lo i ',l .
.... ';,:, .i;,':-;;., ,l'!, i's a dmy. or Flagler and Hs W or' f r F --
S.. c !:*". '.'.'."ilV ?/:!'.; ,')Tl. s l a ,yo -!n 0 ;1 1 li in *, ,. *,, ,ill-
T I'1:.. \:l':,(,ril;!;:'. cigar i 1v1> I' ra, w hio h .- ,li',,, ,-' fr' "',;. ., a
\ : xork to nine 1ithousand highly certain;r( ,,' ,rin,,, r, arl4
t!.f is" 'na:-o;l iupon tvo facts financ- n,.a *- l-I* r y M n .Li. S '.' lii'- ari'ft on cigars Iiald in the ;iast ('oa-. *-cl,'iall Ia."
I(;'. ho mii! and1 Ha\ana-like stands f( r Flah 'lr ra',hr 'ht n i ,
*linll ate of Tampta. The fiin Cuban to- ida. Sa nIar\i eT' ~s ;! trainsiformiatt
!,ear'o is a thit:g of the utmost deli- from a sarndy wH.ln.rii.'te ',s a ve-.
'ary. Its silky leaves are injure' by hundred-mile streak of **rr.,tril
a breath of cool air; and it seems paradise has nowhere l*-l- b e
'hat none but Cubans, with their wrought by the genius and .nterprieg
:ontl- deft fingers, can fashion them of one man.
into shapely cigars. It is one of the From the moment wBen he saw M
uniquee sights of Florida to see a first, in 1884. Florida asel el upo
workroom in a Tampa factory, where Mr. Flegler's imagination. He was
several hundred Cubans sit, men and then a work-worn millionaire. with
women alike, rolling cigars with in- thirty-five years of busimles-bhlldlf
credible swiftness, while a loud-voiced behind him; but as be sat under the
fellow countryman, standing in a sort palm trees 'to forget it all and bresa
of pulpit, reads to them 'the news of a second career, fully as roraani ai
the day or the latest novel from Ha- that of Ponce de l~os. aad. baply,
rvana. much more succeaaful.
It is here in Tampa that the tourist At the suggestion of a tfrim ti
listens to the romantic story of Henry Washington. he hrA ar ia I Am .


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I gohm f oe U fbrrn Jakaomville l

1 G P wlv.--wa e rust that ay'
OMBO 1OWUS itae.'He remade
IL Q4 baA it Itfarthro ian tifarer
401.NW& so% be'-niit tbh entire
4&0 @m tth a double thread of
41MI K6'. to 1Mam:. which lit's
New t 'r. %1 ,a uiuth rn tip of the
osmosbis" t4 rw'A&running through
a tnopok-st r'*gtuthait lok~k'S nuch
one IMP A,.r. or orKyjt ;'han any
410110T o-h t ~ :o.or h, i drates.
A Reeved i the Sea
Doi f rqn iv a. 'hward !%t is
our ara$ w R o- 11a t) who has not
om," it C aa 0'W ai RE As it It could
o -t e ''r* of lb-...a no longer.
61b mir Its 'i. Lo! I aii-i l-apt. straight
OW iii, tIe glh "it1u I~- wmte'r% of the
OW of M#kzv oltitaba a Itiv of -,'#-qn
1011 .e...lik 1b4a a stritng of erni
nr. Oati ui.'Irv-d andI fftly n~II.s
i n gt~ U1a1 0if.rt % teUjae a niar''lT
Nmft #.of r. Itetam, art-tiny s'p-
Piftslime-*ar *l Sovniof z he'ni ar*
I Wsad ilvs. 'sith tropical foliage
--fbA., ( t r .lra( e l msith flowering
O). &Ad 5454 frtstmuned with Spaan-
Am I Mu MN Shah leouinat tannedA 111-
4'evet th iis follag-at, and t i ]% .,
w alftwu a ;.los ae tE (hid04 1 11
Op r a f tht vain fr-mhbens heihm.
Inv s meta ring bIr tha. ur igiial
is vIna h -e 4 1 !IIa4 "4 1- W% I,! i'
blo d %I '.. i14 '.. -.4I *'1 4'.. % **4 .
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Second Resolution
its. Sapw-oo.l (wiltain-.. ht t uI 'I.t

lom , . h l. j tth of iib !-1 \' t1 I hat I wou1it (d (over 're son. tIS ) i -t o t pe c 11 1 111 1.n in II .ose
\\24\ ftre iht rat4es should he advance.:, iln which the hie;lriwood( con-
- oto .....9 o I 1.i e A ll ,,o- (rI that the IproiIe.tis i h ta)ins a IundaIance. In the healrtwoodl
b ,e tI a t *t r r twto i\t pr','-s-n c(on'lii to enjoy the prosperity wi:h
tbt a giuAgo ra lIslI run.l ;ia tar a. which h they have been favored in the ths rt(sin forns from 5 to 21 per cllt.
.g' Ks... I,.t\ mi.% from K(' pastl. of the dry weight (of which about
lohiiMy St ly of the question ainmazed one-s:xth is turpentine). and cannot
ril hIia a rv i'al. oithird ie. It eIt. velo)s a state of things be removed b leledling, so that its
tw .r--atItigr viag' has Ie,.en com-lha!t I had never before dreamed "
St r tk reat wks are now hbing l about. Let me give you a few of the quantity remains unaffected by the
6I iat K.*- We\... an, nearly 10, fat.,- which I have discovered. I process.
th ink you will be equally astonished. Bled timber, then, the tests have
,,t lanl ha b.--n naideI ready It is true. as Mr. Brown stats,. that shown, is as useful for all purposes
"Ir th te*rmillal huildinpg. figures of the magnitude which he
WlA't with this wonderful railway quotes can be better comprehended as unibled.
ad his chain of line great hotels. by comparison. I want to bring to
Sour attention a few comparisons that IF-?
O1mr, M ~iah'tr has invested in will show the gentlemen of this
Lar.u a sua approaching fifty mil- house that the railroad business c m- \hat would modern section ex-
N ef teollar,> H. has given the pared with the other business of the perts have made of Lincoln, if, as a
1led States a new fvi.-hundred-mile country bears the same relation to baby, he had been put in their care?
--e e S ingle-handed. he has ac- the business as a whole that the They would probably have started
w i lnl[ -hacnn<. he has ac- teaming of an individual house does
ophbsid a task so ,cotly and diffl- to the entire business of that firm. him on sterilized milk, clothed him in
SbA e in any other country it Mr. Brown says that the gross carn- disinfected garments, sent him tb a
- .I hae trben a rational under- Ings of the railroads of the United kindergarten where he would have
States amounts to more than $7.0,- learned to weave straw mats and
afbta No oNe but a twentieth-cen- a day. Do you know that Chicago
ry Ar n ca wold have dared to pays $1.o00,000 a day to the farmers sing about "The Blue Bird on the
any it throau alone. of the United States for cattle? Do Branch." Then the dentist would
e; t now a rewiarkably young old you know that these figures of $1, have straightened his teeth, the ocu-
S14w 1 epir ,.,000,O a day include three hundred list would have fitted him with glass-
1.a o l veity-nlae. this empire and sixty-five days in the year. and
tg-r of the new southeast. Seven- do not eliminate the Sunrlays? You es. anl in the primary grade he
# y-ers hate passed since he was a will see there is one industry in one would have been taught by pictures
semry ho Int New York state, ac- city that does one-seventh as much and diagrams the difference between
tma in tew York state tc- business in a day as all the railroads a cow and a pig, and, through nature
aW ag as a matter of necessity the in the United States. I can name a d p and rough nature
!am p- of the northern winters, to- two firms whose gross receipts are study, he would have learned that the
,y be hi s An a marble castle at $2,000.000 a day that are located in catbird did not lay kittens. By the
t k. while thousands of tour- the Chicago Stock Yars neighbortime he was 8 he would have become
haod. If you will take all the Lusi-a
tae are ejoyt g a sni-tropical win- ness of "packing town," including the "young gentleman;" at 10 he would
or to the wilderland be had opened stock yards, you will find that that know more than the old folks at
to ab11 one locality in one day will do about home; at 12 or 14 he would take up
al lagler cares little for half as much business in gross carn- manual training, and within two year
ur e is neither a lteor ings as Mr. Brown says all tie rail- make a rolling pin and tie it with a
nry He 1is elther a bhnter or a roads in the United States do. make a rolling pin and tie i with
Nablorrns He is a business man. Let me bring your attention to some olue ribbon. In the high school at 16,
pme asd sim|Pke He loves to do big of the business that is done in the where in four years he would learn
district which I have the honor to that Mars was the reputed son of Ju-
t1 represent. Did you know that the e
r has no fear of Incidental dif- gross business of the dry goods stores no. and to recifta stanza from "The
eeafe All h.e asks is that the pro- in the first congressional district of Lady of the Lake." Then to col-
ps-- work shall be possible for hn- Illinois amounts to $350.000.0,0 a lege, where he would have joined the
a and bras to do. y .and that they employ over 5.- glee club and a Greek letter frater-
orD ram Iin00 to do. ,0 men and women? That is not so
It is saed that when the plans for bad a showing for one line of busi- nity. and then become a clerk in a
2te e-a-oinl railway were placed be- ness in one district. There is one banker's office: and never, never do
ear'm him he. stdied them for some dry goods firm in the district from anyone any harm! Well-perhaps--
SrFil he turned to J. R. Par- which I come that does almost $100.- we don't know and can't tell what
h'J 0.nn4W0 a year. and it employs almost
WMI kl rallua> managE.r. and a-ked: ao many men in the conduct of its might have been. but we can't help
'' an you ,o tl:to?" I:iness as the Chicago. Burlington feeling thankful that Lincoln's train-
Y.- r.pH.l Parnrott and Quincy Railway employs east of ing and education were left to Nancy
TlI.-, h sl *; aid Fiahl.:. Missouri river. Hanks-and God'-Universalist Leadl-
Th. nati' Ia, th.e h,uilding of i;t \,Wonmen will soon be admitted to er.
nmo.' ul,iry', r;ilasi t in 'h. worl 1I)-i- :. nmem ers' gallery in the British
Ma ho(uso of commons on the same terms $100 REWARD 100
The Foerida of the Future is men if the recommendation of a The readers of this pa! er v;i! 1-,
rirl* tha fa.I i in Fli 'i.' a- <'ch E'1tnilittee on the subject is accepted. pleased to learn that there is at I,
fait ;. 1P'"' j n:11l ;;I 1. ".; ; is :;,.i-r'ofoe women who wished to see one dreaded disease that science h..
been able to cure in all its stag--- ":
rally '- 1, : ,!- . ..,,,st. in session have heon com- that is Catarrh. Hall's Ca.trrh C,',
I -sa, L I ,4' :,r, ' .1 e' '4. ,1 l,- ,. 0 s o e,.l o ''hiri thl e grill is the only po-itive cu( re now :;. '
(l .; -\ i : ' V. T 'ie '!n- I o the n .ediac l f!'raterni v. ';

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' '' 4. .'., a* p':.* ', ] ," n1 :i o lie 11, "l' ,Th ', o;it' or s ha1e io ,ii, -, ,
Atel a d he ha,1* ace d his j.n t *l in the Tim nion', 'ack r. o r 1i t Ih I' t iti tr- tlv 1111-. t w d or .
.. : ,. t'iz, *o v : ol i'r'11 4 1 '5 i5l '.,''e 5 Of .

'4 *' 1' '.. ':i :s, ; r < l,' (' ". .- .] ;.
1.' 'e re s o k to the'E""""*"!i.". old .. "er1 !. .
be ..i,I ;t i. I.: -, : li dt!. ",' o'' of thte houze of conIton s. 'ifOl. a111.1 Oassstinig natr'e in 'loiini .-
S ,tr .',', .'. .So','l \\ a'.i Such -'s i ''--k. Th.' pr'o;,rietors have so ;P l;
ilag!,. 4.41,fll nt ti ,.-Ihn of the ,f-O I Ex-(overnor Brow.anr i r.-ffises o To 10' i. *-, ci.ra1 if'.i thtat h.'
u1r an,1 h. hao hacked his jdcmenw Iplay in the Tin s-l'nion's hack yard.! l'ff ;I f'ils to cur.,. Soo'n for lit .
wtth io ,if his Inutncnse fortune and jit i"'atters "not who is editor of it. of t.s-tinronials.
wftb bail hih reputation as a man of' Addre;s F. J. Cheney & Co., Toledo.
uv Sold by all druggists. 75c.
9%0&M 1 _1 *. 11 _ .. -

state (4 of Floriclit:

a shall l- h''r-- fio \r, li- Iih'1 o .4t iiav

of each month, make a: report t to tli
trustees, showing:
"First-The( corso or r route of the
dred' ges during the month next pre-
ceding; the character (of the land of
each mile through which the dredges
have operated, the cost of each mile.
and the total number of miles of ca-
nas dug.
"Second-The total expense of la-
bor for each dredge.
"Third-The total expense of pro-
vision supplies for each dredge.
"Fourth-The total expense of fuel
for each dredge.
"Fifth-The total expense for re-
pairs and additions to each dredge.
"Sixth-A summary of the total
expenses for all dredges."
Third RIsolution
"Be it resolved by the trustees of
the internal improvement fund of the
state of Florida:
"That hereafter when the trustees
contemplate the sale of lands in a
tract or tracts with a total acreage
of as much as 1000 acres or more, the
purchasing public shall be put on no-
tice that said lands are being offered
for sale, and that propositions for the
purchase of the same will be con-
"The said notice shall give briefly
the location of the land; a brief de-
scription of its character and quality
as far as known, and all other facts
that may be advantageous in the sale
of said land or lands.
"'That said notices shall be publish-
ed once a week for four consecutive
weeks in a newspaper published in
'he county or counties where the
land is located, also in two or more
)f the daily newspapers in our larg-
'st cities.
"The trustees shall have the right
o refuse any or all propositions for
lhe purchase of said lands. but when
i is seemed aldvisable to sell. the
anis shall i;e solid ft)r the highest
,:i'-e off.-re,1 if sai l ; ,ricd r is satisfce-

h]- i,,ti -( :;1I "or 20 p ly. hlow-
v,. il"ii sI.:]mall tracts of land that
.- r',';v 1. ,;",i :" .: p..'- ;(1'',. in t Ih.

d o if w". .: i n fi
i ; !, d ull lin,

A 10G9 WATEr .4 )., ;,':(' I" TO 0 1 4; o ",,
1J. Air.
Aa w 1 ATE ELoN
M r. ,i:. l pr!'- o i. n; iat n: !o: oi
tills vyar's .o't', which was sonWe-
vwhat a cirio-ity. It was aboit eiglit
inches in l,. rth andl four inches in
c-ircumnference. and all da'y Friday was
on exhibition at the *Carmichael Drug
Co's. store. .The melon was niiii

They know that when their sandy BLEEDING SOUTHERN PINES
Swamps are drained-a work that -- Presents Resolutions to the I. I.
eosts one-third as much per acre as "Bleeding" pi-ne trees for their res- Board-Wants Drainage Superin-
irrigation-they will have a habitable in,. t which chi-fly longleaf nus tendent to Furnish Information
ouniry as large as New York. Con- pai':1tris5 and Cuban nine (pinus het-
nhE ticVut and Massachusetts combin-
wticut and Massachusetts comhin- erophylla are subjec-.d. has gener- At a meeTing of the irn. n-al im-
ed,. with twelve hundred miles of
oast line.a and land enough to na regarled as injurious to the provenent boarl,. ihn h at Tailahas-
ast line. and land enough to aes been laiel that
five million people prosperous. More ::, It hasT een claTimeI that see. This week. A!tor!ny General Park
than this thev see that their sate bo urability and strength of timber M. Trammeil introduced three resolu-
i.-* midway between fifty million peo- ar" impair d by this process. and in tions with regardl To Ithe ,raina.e of
pie in the south and ninety million e cations f man architects the Evergiadr The fir.T ":wo. which
ple in the south and ninef-y million. in
ple in the north; and they ar; con-al large concern. uch as railwawere (doiiel. call uon t siperin-
S' !;corh annli s, "Ilel" tinllh r is e'xcl :,l d. i en 1il,-: of t l' a! ia- !(, !u a 'l-)lt f)
fil n, tIhat in the years that are n-ar t is l e dt of drai !or a ,*)()t of
,.,Th. utilization of isin is o;- of;,l.n- while
at hand ii will become the center of T utilizan of rn is o. of (Ol while
a musy highway of comnwrce. adding .the ialing ini:. stries of the south, t;he their. I which was la a-ile until
;. uisv highway of commn-rce. addling Il
its full share to the weal, and pres- an(l since the process affects several iioter ein. i hat lan
iges of the Great New South. millions of dollars wortn of tinh)er sid in 1.,-acre quanniits shall bh
ev-ry year. -pc(-ial investigation iln- adver'ised in tll( newspapers. The
SOME BIG FIGURES olviing mechanical tests anl the resolutions follow:
Physical and chemical analyses of the ".Ie it resolved by the tllrustees of
Mir. William C. Brown, president of 1wood of bled and unlbledl trees f"om the internal inlpro\ventiru fund of the
.the sanie locality, have been carried ,'ht New York Central railroad, in ahe a locaiy, have ben c tate of lorida:
rcnt address, among other thingson by the nite States gov-rnment "That the superintendent of drain-
Sthrough the forest service. ae and thr secretary of thei trustees
..aid: R<-ults prove conclusively (1) that sial!. with reasonable expediency,
In mileage the railroads of the hI:d imlber is as s-trong as unilldl if have conili and submitted to the
I i;!'d States approximate 225, same wE.ight: I that the irnsites a fill and complete state-
;.;- s They employed in 1907 in the, weight aniii shrinkag, of le '-. rt- miet covering all lraii.e operations
.., il:hborh',od of 1.675G.00i men. and: woou is not affected by )iei:,..i (~ from e ifinctifn of his uldortak- gro-s earnings amounted to $2.- that t duralilirt of the l hiear .a ood :-t di'nY to F,,br'... r 1. ,1
" ..'.1 :; *, O,. or I more than $7.Oc.100.,O '
ior o 'act: of the three hund'redl : (d is not aff.t(e d (I by i' v 1 ,l i T I T '. -'Th, ;n' !.n s!1 ovr
.-x'y-iv'o ay-s of thel year. Fi'gu.4 i .'si.OII, con lies .ro i sai O l ..l; -- h, ,',',].Z
t'l This TiaL litudlIe can h be ttler coinL-i Th. flhw i:a .ho'. :: . ; ri io
S.,. ti,414,'.i by coli]iarison. and it m ay I ,. ,. ai :i,.i i'v i , .. .' . ,,,, .. ,i-
,. -' l,., titt 'h, liE n ;iEb.'r of ev illtloy-
'i t Ii.,' pay rol' s of A n. '-rican rr.i o;f ''; '*' "' ''" () ; .. : -.. ,i ,

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V %VUT a& A

We will be ready to store and cure meat. and

are prepared and fully equipped to handle al

meat offered us.

have experienced r

We are better equipped and

nen in charge. We promn-

ise you courteous and prompt service and a

square deal. P. 0. Box 687.

MEFFERT & TAYLOIR, Props. Phore 34, Loq Ditmas Ca.

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To the Public:-
I take pleasure in announcing that I hav
menced business for myself in Ocala at the cc
SMain street and Ocklawaha avenue. As our 1
transactions during the last three years while
: bookkeeper and later manager of thej Ocala
Wine Rooms have undoubtedly been of the m
dial, my motto having always been to deal h
fairly and squarely with all, I can asure y(
this will continue at all times in the future.
c istants are all of the very best in their line a
well known to you. They will treat you at a1
with the utmost cordiality and civility.
I have the Anheuser-Busch Beer on drug
Sthe Anheuser-Busch Blue Label. Budweis

SBrothers, Blue Ribbon and Schlitz Bottle Bee
Thanking you for your patronage in the
well as a portion of same in the future, I am

Yours Very Truly.


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o e un iret (ourt, Fifth Judicial C11- - WORLD -----
rs ob fly--t forCm Ccuit of Plorida, n d for Marion W. H. i&OWERS, M. 0. The proper name for the postoffce Chicao. F'eh 1. I1
IR _MsLs-- mt__1at vs. I County. o- Ocala, Fla., Feb. 20. 19O9. department of these granu g'r ,o the Editor Ocal0 ammer
Sw ants. races Howse Koonce Complaiuan- PHYSICIAN AND SURGEON. To the Editor Ocala Banner: rious United States is "Chariti. I have been reading your p

I -t orrm thatet thte defendants Bank of Florida. Limited, of ng-. In the very first verse of the Bible The reason therefore s t : ar- whih ome o hand r ry I
St. m-ed to-wit Charles w and Jonathan VanHorn. Henrv F Offic Yange Block. we find the following: -In the begin- ity suffereth long and is kin,:
w* Tr-r : lsurc CWon. Dean. Henry O'Neil Frederick J OCALA, FLORIDA ning God created 'the heaven and the And of all the most abused, worst wife asks me what I flnd ato rs
a r ,te ia Cof Grants and George W Mace, Defen.l - ULLER- earth." imposed upon. forbearing, patient. ing to spend W- much st. opr u
Sa '' h arce herebay require d lde under and by virtue of thaRt cert in It will be here seen that the crea- long-suffering and persecution endur- paper. Allow n.-, t' -ty thai iN
1 ae thie y o K ola indd t in court d ofr foreclosure in the circuit DE" T. tion was simultaneous. It does occur ing institution on earth, the I,. S. are many reason your p'
iao- rf r h l ordf iatto us that if; God wanted to create postoffice department is a tMarathon tests ta Firt. w.
t et day MarFlorida in and for Marion county in them alike he would have done so. victor.*
r ** her ordered that a copyofH sui wherein Frances' Over Munroe & Chambltas' Bank them ak he wol have done so. victor.
f How4e Koonce was complainant lnd OCALA. FLORIDA
^At, ...- *. pubtUihd once a v:eek Sara'\ onT was oplinant and OCALA. FLORIDA For some inscrutable purpose of his' This department is the joy of graft- on my little 1,.rm in sour ,s a,
*, ..t. 4 p* roubiutive weeks in th Sarah A. Bishop and others were c'- own he saw fit to create the heaven ers. the delight of politicians, a sweet
f t Maut** i wpper pblishein b plants wherein 1. as special master J. E. CHACE, D. D. 8. and the earth along different Imes. smelling odor in the nostrils ot those that 1 ,*l an for*.t,*., an sal hah Se
te mn.t ** awlts andt-aeh chancery was directed to mak. tht I l i't* in a
aTba 1th a. (f January. 14is. sat of certain real estate, in obt i- and I for one am willing to accept the: who want to sell nothing for some- plae. as ruh. ... houub
t T TR K. e aid dcree 1. E. H. Martin. DENTIST. earth as it came from his hands be- thing. an oasis in the desert to the still livhd th,.re I akov th. i tthat
r a 'Cotrt MariTon .'o.. P a fo alter is n chancery, will offer cause it received the stamp of his ap- congressman who wants to frank at tll th. fe
0 T GRE rfor sale and sell to the highest and Holder Block. proval. !typewriter or a piano, and a source ,. that ,t ,tn iInt-r I
O....------ -- lh b the court house r OCALA. * * FLORIDA Yet. perhaps, nine persons out of of perpetual delight to all who by whch h h d
("Ott_ ants "Iro tor 1-21. in the city of Ocala, in he county .'f
C O iAL SETTLEMENT on. UE ANTten. If asked if they would make a 'abusing its privileges can swindle north.rn.r nr near s pl.ei
AD DICARE irst Day of March, A. heaven of the earth, would answer M others to their own enrichment. .
ANII D. 1909 M., ti "good old summer timAe,
l the fllowin in the affirmative. There are many In this little office of ours we should its rushing hoer
Sh lowing described real estate |ga is bereby given that ow ." wit: Ireasons why we should not make a get not over twenty pounds of legiti- breezes. and best of all the, Ianum
4 das of Julr A D 199. the. u: C '"'neing two hundred and twe.- Opposite Banner Office heaven of the earth. I shall briefly mate matter a week, yet it amounts able cool nights. which hbre r
111d as s Cnihors of bhe last t i h, oo the southwest CALA ORIDA state only a few. to three or four times that amount- and refreshing idep. after the
as aastae. o Htrt A. tFor.' the ortst quarter of 11t- In heaven there is no marriage nor and of matter that is an absiute nn- a T
S m t teIr accounts a ship fifteen, range twenty-three, est E. W. AVIS. giving i marriage the same: There no lmate
Sto Jeep l Wl. Judge of or h running thence north one thousand e Marriage is one of the # earth's This matter is circulars, proposl- Florida's'
Sfr Marundred and fifty feet, (1150) ATTORNEY AT LAW sweetest institutions, and it has re-Itions. grievances of no interest to us I love Florida people for ther
t. ad will ountyake th.;; three hunth firedfty-nine degrees, eas ceived the divine sanction. To lave pamphlets and sample copies of news- common sens tn lvian Ia serb a g
St t sd will lfo- :* thence southerly at right angles fe. Gary Block. no marriage nor giving in marriage papers. rious contr wh ur
Bty-four feet. thence south seventy-one OCALA. . FLORIDA on the earth would very generally be What in the name of Great Britain so much for (heir comfort The,.
detr. : :3rd day of Januar ees and thirty minutes, east one regarded as the worst calamity that anyone wants to send an experienced other reasons why i lov. the.
da of January hundred feet. thence at right angles DR. L. F. BLALOCK. could befall it. newspaper man a sample copy of a f Flrida common wit t
C UAWIrnortherly thirty-four feet, thence south Heaven, we are told, is a place of newspaper which he has been recelv- pie of the entire loutid of g

O0MrG M. FORD. and ninety feet, thence south to a DENTIST rest. ing as an exchange for year is more government I love them for t
Point due east of the point of begin. God did not create the earth, for than we can imagine. mo ea v ewn l them wl.
A IEt of tOTM la Wll ng. thence went to the point of be Office over Commercial Bank that purpose. The earth is a place of No wonder that the postal depart ical vieual r those w
S SiasTvsea of the lA"t ,Will id ginning. in Marion county, state of Phone 211. unrest. We are to earn our bread by ment increases with each succeeding cial privlleqs to n ao
.1t of HrbeM A. ftrd. Florida. or so much thereof as may claesprivilegRsdtonnon.
44 be necessary to satisfy said decree CHARLES HULBERT, Mthe sweat of our face. Rest does not year.
and costs E. H. MARTIN, belong to the world. The world itself We favor abolishing the franks of froI the a .m
SA OINTMENT 29 SpecialMaster in Chnry. forever n motion. It is for- senators, representatives and every- ular. b t i ri all ,
----I will bN at T T fol-owing pl- H M O T on NOTICE CURGEON ever revolving on its axis. Nothing oody else.
gI wit h at the follows places t NOTICE in nature is at rest. The winds blow Of abolishing free postage for news- ft is better to b right than to
RGEON t ." president. Editors agmerall
A\ l Sa d t Iet r u rn I the Circuit Court of the Fifth Ju where they listeth and the rivers flow papers in the country where they are c t i s I tk b. l
1) r1eiy Otdicial Circuit of the Fifth Jua Office: Second floor Munroe & Chani- from the mountains through, the val- published. crticm o I tht h H ri
dicial Circuit Of Florida. in and bliss Bank Building. Oala, Fla. "pck a bone" with dtor Harr
SMarion County- hanceryiss BankBuing ala la leys to the sea. The tides of ocean Trat only two note pages of circU the 'an h ok t th l
James Lanier. Complainant. vs. Viola Telephones: Office, 154; residence, 45. are ceaseless in their ebb and flow. lar matter shall be enclosed ta e a Oa eas
S. m Lanie DefndantOrder f Con are ceaseless in their ebb and flow. ar matter shall be enclosed in one t9 to 12 a. in.; 2 to 4 p
13 Da -th m structive Service. for Con- Office hoirs: 9 to 12 a. m.; 2 to 4 p. and there is always music in their envelope.
IS l irt Mc4'ol. :thb. a m It is order-d that the defendant m.; 7:30 to 8:30 p. m. roar. That regular editions of weekly ton aving Flri on m
March herein named, to-wit: Viola Lanier, be And the world everywhere show, newspapers shall be limited 'to eight. ,t't think yt would ,arif ha hr
3? rt a m, th hill o orpln quired in toh c aue SEE the beauty and grandeur of its archi-j oven column page,: 4he regular edi- *lhin' th ik aon would do 3 ham e
t P*. I n4' O n p m. on or before tect and designer. On its mountain tions of daily papers shall e limited ha sad on
14 rane. 141rit.aM ..::rt. i nim Menday, the 5th Day of April. 1909. tops and in it,. valleys, in the flow of to sixteen pages oflike size. and no thnil i f I a 4th o a m to 3 p It is further ordered that a cony of its riverIs and the gushing of its paper, nor circular be printed in Z 31pe w rll iromn th *n r h t ec J am
TI. Ito r -u. iiir all thax rodurnr to s or eight published once a week B springs. There is "a pleasure in the smaller than brevier. crats ninth, north ha- foitn asi
Tb- r ,. r .q'auv.. all tat tu'n.,1 to for eight consecutive weeks in the tht. loel-.r tariffThinw0aehot baih root
1el ,. m ,a, 1- ,t nprit Ocala Banner. a newspaper published a pathiess woods." is thp way Byron That newspapers not published for the' lner 't' if n 'hr, a'rv < t
,. *,' .as ct out ant inl said county and state. cala, rlon da expressed it. and he said also that profit as a legitimate business propo- er -'helule proe. tivn 'rt K
'h,- RY R.. Thi 25th lay of January. 1909. "there is a rapture on the lonely sition h, barred the mails enti-r ly. r h,,r." at .. tn im '.. ,
TI.FRaD AsER. S. T. SISTRU'NK. shore." "-e have a number of other propo- fore i p ort ,,l ,,,.q,. h em.-r
I :t Tax .Assessor Clerk Circuit Court. Marion Co.. Fla. FOR wo t on" k.. *
NOTCE BY M. E. Sumner. D.C. LIFE ANCE We' to not subscribe to the doctrine, as soon as those mentioned are adopt- Im)rov' his ari tll i
NOWTCE EDVW. SPENCER,. [|tt N.U ANC either, that "every prospect pleases as soon as those mentioned re adopt- fprovr hs far, r"h' dhn|r t ,nM

C 4PI.ra ... T omplainant's Solicitor. 1-29 LIE INSURN and only man is vile." That is to say -i we will suggest thenm.-.asper for he imm e -ft
......OC OI we do not subscribe to tho latter News
.. ha 'r NOTICE FOR PUBLICATION NOTICE clause of this quotation. W. H. M. S. sawmill ow lorida
44- a health resort I lor
%.t... e -* -h e c.*n that A U. S. Land Office, Man was fashioned in the very im- t a healt h rests, a nd aerI a
tI e* p .-r.har ft tax certificate (;ainesville, Fla.. Jan. 22, 1909. Of Application for Tax Deed Under age of God. God blew his the regular meeting of the Wo- i pine frt and a fr
o T f da 4th Noticeisherebygiven that B. F. section of ter 48, ws breath into his nostrils and in that man's Home Mission Society at the every pin. cypre. ak t
of IMarb A Ii 1907 has filed Hampton. state selecting agent for of Florida ohat
-a.- mw. oc and has school lands for the state of Florida Notice is hereby given that J. J. way man became a part of the divine Methodist church Friday afternoon ash. lem. anI ,,er e -ther treth ,ee
Ieds a& -MirWtm. for tax d.v- t to is- has filed in this office his application Hazlip,, purchaser of tax certificate economy. the regular election of officers was the growing in Florida will he. n*^ Ir
is t amwrelianwe with law Said to locate under the provisions of the No. 349. dated the 7th day of June, Is God mocked? Does not man show principal business attended to. the development of the. tate With
gfe.- ** .eatra.'m the following de- Act of Congress, approved Feb. 28, A. D. 1 has filed said cert that he is the superior of all created Mrs. C. N. Kirkland was elected reasonable conrvatn of th. nae
it1 P 'tia to-wit ilots M 4. west quarter of section 14. township tion for tax deed to issue in accord- things? Glance over the world and be- president: Mrs. L. T. Izlar. vice pres- ral advantages of Florila ii t o ly a
aw Is blorck i15. in the town of 13. south of range 23. east. Any and anc. with law. Said certificate em- hold mAn's wonderful achievements, ident; Mrs. R. H. Barnett. second vice question of a few years whem i
9sS Th- amid landl heing as- all persons claiming adversely the braces the following described prop- See how wonderfully he is unfolding president; Mrs. L. F. Blalock. third ulation will be Incr.cad masy
e qt lthate a the na' o b becau se of d he mineral character of ida to-wut? Southwest quarter of the mysteries of nature and is making vice president; Mrs. H. M. Hampton, The eyes of the world are bhin st^
A UrIe t'les asi oertifi-I the land, or for any other reason, to northwest quarter and northwest her reveal her secrets, secretary; Mrs. J. K. Kea, corres- ed to Its many advantage, and ms
ZM -8 he -,orl to' the disposal to applicant, should file quarter oe southwest quarter, section Why this perpetual warfare against ponding secretary and Mrs. George a stream of lmmlgraltkm wlll h
5 tas eed will ie others on their affidavits of protest in this of- 21, township 14, south, range 26, est. the world and against man. the crown Taylor. treasurer. Mrs. W. D. Gra- pouring In upon you th~ wilN i
S t of Marc. A 19. on the 12th day of date of th Issuance of such erti Jewel of God's creation? hm was appointed to look after the a home demand for ever assa
< m, o~ctal sirnature and HENRY S. CHUBB. Register. cate in 'the name of G. P. Yetustov. Let's try and make it better, but official missionary paper. "Our tree.
this tlhe -#h lay of February. 1-29-6t. Unless said certificate shall be re- stop our abuse of it Home." The exportation of lumher s.*4 as

(Irr' I'our. Maron o. Fia w ilissu teren o th' 2nda d Let's remember that its builder is After the election of officers, Miss once cease: It might s a ha
SNOTICE OF FINAL SETTLEMENT March, A. D. 1909. God. ANTI-KICKER. Emma Tucker gave the ladies a very to those who have large Inve* mae
-- AND DISCHARGE Witness my official signature and The withdrawal of Mr. Reynolds' splendid talk. which the members of in sawmill property, but every tIr
NOTICE Notice is hereby given that on the seal this the l1th day of February, name from candidacy for the treasury the society very greatly appreciated is worth double as much standetia as
6th day of May, A. D. 1909, the un- A. D. 1909. S. T. SISTRUNK. portfolio in Mr. Taft's cabinet is to and enjoyed. It is cut Into lumber It to moe vwy
Sth[ 't 4for of th Fifth ui- as administrator of the Clerk Circuit Court. Marion Co., Fla. be regretted, but it may clear the many war.s nine northern Mi'hi.

.. KU Irt i,'!.ai.un,,"- tate of Robert E. Fliun. deceased, _-- go man in the cabinet. Mr. A. H. San- Editor Walpole of the Manatee Rec- ,Visconsin and Mlnn, s w-
*j'rust,' Complainant. ~s .John will present my final account and POINTING AHEAD ders.-The Chicago Live Stock World. orl has a new fight on his hands. ed with a dIntse grovwu of arwap

o at. l ISl.f,.nnlat.. ()rdr vouchers to Hon. Joseph Bell, judge- Mr. Sanders here spoken of is p.res- The Armour Refrigerating Car Corn and white' pin. ,nituv the- In*. p
It ito oier, V that thte i**f.tie.fHntnt of probate. at his office in Ocala, and The editorials on Lincoln on such ident of the Chicago Breeder's G(a- IiPa finds it to their liking to buy ice is pravticallv all tom. 'h,,...h mnrt
blM ih1 to'** 1 et s tI John t .:. Watts. will make my final settlement and southern papers as reached our desk zett( and chairman of the, American In Tampa for the cars used for :rans- of .i woutlI .1 .',, ec, r.. t, .. ...-r'
P aI.t a, 1. t'. l. r. ,.ir'ld tO ap I will apply for final discharge as ad- were of a character proving the grow- Reciprocal Tariff H'oingue. fe is an porting vegetables from Manatee in- F!' rila pt,' w'll ne., arve. .,,...-
, f ptl.i fileu in inistrator of said estate. ing appreciation of his great heart to- accepted authorit. on live stock and 'stead of buying from the ?ManatI. ice I tl:;:ni eie f,.,* ,t., ,i,. h ,,
4^11 t * oay of Aprl. 1909. l)ate'!d Ocala. November 5, 190S. ward mankind. farm products. More Than that to us. ("'ory. In the opinion of t lani>- r .. r i..
It ... r .' '.,, s a ., e'.p ofeel; JAKE BROW N, Opinions differ as to the quality and he is a g.ooid fri.'lnd t)o FIlorida, a'l 's is co i a .. . e ,,
* -o I,. A, A.dlrinistrator of the Estate of d( t' ,, ,w i in ;( i{,,!'t.t E. Flinn. 11-G-Gmd. that thle lixednoess of his character couri .hi.- i.*i,'er is in l',-;>s th:;t he dance '' th' w:'r hltat'e and ,'rn' t:fte'r it we'll, ;I ,, ., ,
1 .____ d ---- -- - - ul il nspoil '1 c .rit\ ere I thie i.'. obtain. ;i i)n;t, ig ]tt lr.sidi.n Ta 'l's rhte i', rponlatm io grll -n-ry' -, 1-e t' '* '' .. ..
; ,N 0. N O T IC E t:"'( '! -t' i l' r 'i-.ic('s 'I his z ;:'>;'t- j 'a 'in,'1t. W .' h iope th; the F ioridia !;!r a is o lini,',l ,xp ,ri *i; < ,'. *., . ;,* . ,,
-.- !. 'l \ -;'n-ss. I eitherher 's \\ill ,o \\ t t y 'c in to ,u1 h us the o st resultss are' n., al- .:' ' . ..
C -' c rt at' 1::- i'i; Jiul- T l i lidO'rs rec> iiz' ; ;l.otm Mrli. 8.andeiilrs' aproint- '"-t0 I5 obtai t in oh 't r 0 e n I
''-c ;I cf '< r Flo'-'i: ill and for thi ,- rive i,' \vleol. i-oaeei ,--. of ni-it. T'hrolt ih \Mr. (Goodwin w feel t1ol:s wh(Ien a practical bl sini -ss tr:.rts .' ., . .,
,- r t' ,] Iae ( ) it iy ir .'gnll-rolls jd mn.clift in that tlhey that at-" v.; eat'rlv relate,! to; tio is in he balance, iti we are .' .,' .
- -v *\ \ i eo \\ !l. C o m tip i a in ia n )!. '5 T '. o i a i -' a i d t *a e e '' 'c ,v .1
*S 4ERIF 8 SALE r n-oa lHo 'll,. Defe'nldal. -Order o 110 I.-mil i' strit anI iter- hi not in a position to advise editor \al- x.., n ,,. .
I , f" I',, . \"< 'd '2: ited" ('o )iist (uctivl' Sea'rvice. ness. the sorrow' s "tii traagedies of -- Iol"'' as to his course in th,." present It ti;k,- ;i i to .|' i n. ,: r ,r,, .
* ,* .,I ni,.. th.' ,..e I ,' I tiI orlrtd that the' Ifent an( l ld t other daays hiict them to thei real' Tsal The Tampa Tribune- is doing so stance. The Ar nour om ans o pin -' t. n,
,,rtd ,'i,',! ,'e,;',' itt ..'i, I`d he-re-in ttn tie' to-wit- Terressa How-':
. F!. ;. ; le' t t ht- h re uir. w rth iof tthe ma.. I. sany sts nts in th newsplaporiall ie for strawberry shipments irom hier or lumnle..r .,,e f, .. ..r. 0e...
tB ,. n a n a c-,rtain O -Wa**e i-it.r m her,.tin .1 m M Main his cau-e' on or before try when iho south will not feel jeal- no longer excite our wonder, but ev- )left without experience in a crisis wortnl,.ss *,.,.'I rha' r, .r,,.!.- 5.
fir ,lalttif ,I ast W MM ..ycrs i- Monday, the 12th Day of April, 1909.;ous if theb north honors the nobility ery succeeding edition seems to bl similar to that through which he is stelf a thi'iman,- at.. .i t,, .'
tis order be published h onc a week of Lee aid wh1en the north will not better than all previous ones. Its last passing. There is no 'telling how we is of no value wh..t.v..r
MIon .V March 1. 10, ;for e\ig'ht i consecutive weeks in t'el suspicious if the south pays hom- .special edition was devoted to Man-! would behave tnder similar circum- Cotngres s framnin ea**. wr.e *h
*r -sa*. liag a l'-gal %ales deai. anid the- Ocala Banner. a newspaper pub- age to Lincoln. atee county, and it advertised the re- stances. .We might yell and pull our conservatlon of th,. for.*sr .4,,, ,,
r11Sg the owal hour., *f sale at th*' lil:she in said county aud state. The inequalities of the generation sources and possibilities of that sec- hair and pronounce maledictions on art asking ,our reprlre...n't,. i s
S4i lrf Nt ourt hloroda. This sth S.a bruSISTRuNK. past may not be altogether smothered tion in a superbly splendid manner, tall the corporations that curse the enact or retain a law thhrh acn. 'h-
S*.- sad will sall tlo the' hidhfu.'' Clerk Circuit Court, Marion Co.. Fla. over during this generation, but the Besides the matter, which was full earth. with their hateful existence or destruction of ,.sr n..- fMc,*,.
Gbd -.** Mkddlr for cash. the follow-i R. B. BULLOCK. third or fourth generation may wipe and complete, the special edition was we might advise the ice man to go timber (Co'nsentn.' ho., a*r ., ,..
b e 4reribed4 perisoal proely. to Complainant's Solicitor. 2-12 out the last vestige of arbitrary lines. illustrated with many of the fields. and talk the matter over quietly with
1 0a e.- plw ro M NOTICE f AW some of the prominent citizens. Af. adjustment could not be reached. As In youh at ,,heltre* .t rm
a- ith LITERARY CI IS. M redn In eoiih of tthe Tr mow
*and 0td to etisfy t ald exe 'u:- Notice is hereby given that the un- LITERARY CRITICISM tcr reading this edition of the Trib- we said, there is no telling what we And I' rotct It now
telbowr with all -mcts designed. as executors of the last une one must come to-the conclusion would do-we are so wholly without
t 9 lSW P. M;AIiA)WAY. ;will an1 cstamentf T.C. TCtheridg. Author-Have you read my new that Manatee county is a veritable experience along this particular line. Some country ,I forg-t nt *h. h
Ia 0 UMaron 14 Pla Day of April, 190S, Eden. But at all events Editor Walpole de. one) require, a pe-rsom to property












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Heo K 8 Grace of Citrus county,
Mke Hoe 1.. 8 Iight of this county,
tM edeavoring to obtain information
tht will cause him to serve his peo-
phr worthily and profitably. When
a Public errant gives his own ideas
of 1l0taatki. and if wrong he wants
to be corrected. and asks for further
a & oll

the property purloined.
I also lavor local game and fish
laws, but think the warden should
be paid a salary.
I further think all laws should be
enforced or repealed.
It is not long until the legislature
convenes, and I will be pleased to
see or hear from as many of our vot-
ers as possible before leaving for Tal-
VYor ewrva t"

UI-rU' DIS *e Us Uidoe aou an I Ui r i rvaLt,
h aM can be reasonably required of E. S. GRACE.
Mr. Grace has issued the following MARRIED IN THE WILD WOODS
amuakcatlon to the voters of Cit-
r eoms ty: Under the Soughing Pines Two Souls
I desire this manner to thank With No Thought of the Morrow
y- for the manifestation of confi- Are Male One
da-e reposed in me in our late pri- In the wild woods where the busy
ary and election, bee buzzed for honey and crickets
While the position as your repre- chirped for glee, where the bluebirls
mMrtive In the legislature was un- sang in the spring long ago, two fond
n-agt. I asure you that the honor hearts,-longing for companionship,
was mose the les appreciated by your met. The meeting took place under
rmbIb se rvant. for such I am. a tall pine that acted as sentinel and
I will not be the representative of beckoned the bridal party to this re-
my ring or clique, but will be the treat, where prying eyes could not ob-
sprwau tative of the entire people to serve the blushes of the bride or the
the be of my ability. I will be an timidity of the groom. Arriving with
appenhable servant. the groom and bride-Mr. Grathana
I trying to make myself effi- Fradosia and Miss Annie Hoffman-
eest. aId to render myself more ef- Notary Public W. G. Sharit, who is
erms will ask each and every voter an old hand at the bellows, as it were,
t CItrus county. if he has a good invited the bride and groom to dis-

MM. to loan It to me. and I will make mount and take their places so that
Iofie coula recite to them:
a eort to put it into practical use. he could recite to them
It other words. I earnestly appeal to
e e as to what you wish Two souls with but a single thought;
yu to advise me as to what you wish Two hearts that beat as one.
ma to try to do while in the legisla-
tom. The bride and groom responded
I earnestly appeal to each and ev- promptly and Gathana then and there
ry oarr in the county to advise me endowed Annie with his worldly
aI ay c a bge he wishes made in any goods.
ew or laws pertaining to his partic- The ceremony was concluded almost
I e -fe. in the twinkling of an eye, for the no-
I wN es.merate some proposed tary was feeling the effects of the
taw tht I favor and will be pleased cold breezes, and he knew, too, that
fo receive svgestons from anyone "two's company and three's a crowd."
ierwsted therein, as well as sugges- On Tuesday afternoon they were
tin as to other laws or amendments married.
they dere enacted. May they live happy ever after.-
I favor an enactment prohibiting Apalachicola Times.
roall merchants from selling cart-
tags to anyone unless the prospec- DEATH TO BUZZARDS
tiwe perhaser frst produces a 11-
e--f to carry a gun. It is against the law in Florida to
I favor a hw bordering on disfran- kill a Catharatis aura. You folks are
ebbIrmen. Then we can safely sub- now told about it, so sit up and take
it a prohibition amendment to our notice. Florida Health Notes tells
eWastitution to the voters of our fair us that this high sounding name
wate. means nothing more nor less than a
I favor a law making it legal to bor- common turkey buzzard. The law
row money from one county fund with should be repealed, as buzzards de-
a surplus in the treasury to its cred- stroy more hogs, annually, in the
M to aid another fund that is tempor- shape of young pigs, than cholera and
arily short. Instead of borrowing mon- all other diseases combined.--Jasper
ey from individuals or banks and pay- News.
Itag lterest thereon.
I also favor a change in our present The Pensacola Journal says that it
law relative to collecting taxes: that will not accuse our editor of being as
.s, to exhaust all personal property old as Frank Harris. or words to that
before advertising the real estate for effect, but would like to know why
r our editor does not relieve its sus-

I favor th.e enactment of a law that
will make it more difficult to contract
debts an- those contracted less difm-
cult to collect.
I favor an amendment to our pres-
alt garnishment law that will subject

pense by saying precisely "how old
Ann is. anyway." Certainly brother,
the first time our editor resided in
Jacksonville was in 1S47.-Jasper

- c rtrln pr cent. of every man's POLITICS MAKES NO DIFFER-
wage 1o garanshment for debts con- But if you are lokinr for the best
trtcd. I section in which to locate, come to
I favor a change, or changes, to Marion county, Florida, where lands
-r primary law. especially one to can be bought at from $2.50 to $25
o.w every man subject to pay his per acre, according to location and
Sa improvements. On these lands we
ew poll tx and to pay it every year raise from two to four crops per year,
b Vba e he be allowed the right f the' and hence do not have to consume in
WOO winter all that we can lay up in sum-
I d favor a rate law, if we can- fer.
S t a tate la, if e ca f yeu are skeptical, visit the Ma-
st -a stal law. that will guar- rio County Fair, December 16, 17
-m- dq--pmet of money in banks and 18, 1908, and see for yourself.
_.._. F_ or further particulars address.

of Marion's specialties, for the fruit
displays are akin to the other coun-
ties inasmuch as oranges of all kinds,
grapefruit, limes, etc.. make up a large
part of the exhibit, the display being
arranged with an eye to the color pos-
sibilities made possible by the va-
rious species. Nuts there are also.
Walnuts, hickory nuts, pecans, goober
nuts, peanuts, popcorn, etc., ranging
themselves about in an inviting way.
And, deer skins, deer heads. etc.,
place hither and thither, show that
the hunter will find in Marion as
much of a paradise as would the far-
mer, the trucker, the lumberman, or
the digger of mines.-Tampa Times.
Early Rose Seed Potatoes. at Fish-
When in Ocala don't :Orget Hogan's
Place. He will do all in his power
to make it pleasant fot you. Hogan,
the whiskey man. x



The Ipeople of Floridia ar- wak* i ,- i
of a great ldtvelopnl Ie t in Co'rn )pri-od|i '* ,f r 4,1 :e IAI
FORMUI'LA F'OR ('(ON il ,in ,n -' .i .,'. i
heavy yields of sollidl c,'rn ai r ,l .1*1.1- N i4
What It has done for o rthr~ I I 1 ,, fr I, 11 AI
BRANDS include special flrtiiinla. f .i. I, ,* ms.r
from proper materials, an.I sold < h. .*** *, fter
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In one way Marion county might
be called the paradise of the husband-
man. From its display, there is evi-
dently no limit to its productiveness,
as far as the fruits of the field are
concerned, while it is rich in woods
and is the birthplace of Florida's
great article of export-phosphate.
Its products of the field are what
might be termed even running. There
is no monstrous vegetable on display
in its comfortably filled booth, no ex-
ceptional fruit or vegetable-that is,
exceptional for Florida-byt the pro-
fusion are all full sized and there is
a plentitude of each article, which
shows that painstaking care and a
general ransacking did not have to be
recorded to in order to till up tht exhib-
it. W. D. Carn is the commissioner
in charge.
Particularly rich is Marion county
in vegetable wealth. Its displays of
Irish and sweet potatoes are particu-
larly fine. Then, there are big, solid
heads of cabbage in profusion, while
lettuce, turnips, rutabagas, beets, cas-
sava, velvet beans, etc., are display-
ed by the sack full. That very deli-
cious vegetable, cauliflower, is in evi-
dence as well, the heads being large
and firm. Side by side with the veg-
etable display is the jars of garden
seed saved by the industrious farmers
of the county who save their own
seed, wnich is a matter that could re-
ceive more attention from gardeners,
generally speaking, with very excel-
lent results. The displays of hay
could hardly be more varied. Every
variety of hay grown in this section
is exhibited in neatly piled bales.
From common beggarweed to pea-
vine the gamut is run, while a new
departure in feed grasses, Natal hay,
an importation from South America-
which is said to give excellent results
in Marion-is exhibited as well. As
a garnish to the products of the
field, so half a dozen varieties of corn
on the cob appear,, while rice in the
sheath, and threshed, oats, peas, etc.,
are in abundance.
The manufacture of syrup, from
both the native grown cane and the
Japanese ribbon cane, has an impor-
tant space, the article being from J. C.
Pillans of Electra, who makes a spe-
cialty of fine syrup. The cane is
shown in the stalk as well. In fact,
while t the syrup tack, the displays
of preserves put up by the thrifty
housewives of the county adds a zest
and not an unimportant part of the
exhibit. Canned vegetables, notably
from Cam & Co., of Reddick, find
space as well, the company in ques-
tion marketing some 25,000 cans of
this luscious vegetable every year.
Honey there is also, comb upon comb
of it. while delicious country butter,
some score of pats of it. add a dash
of golden yellow among the dark
browns, and ruby colors of the pre-
serve jars. Home cured meats are
an appetizing display as well.
As has been noted. Marion county
is the original home of the phosphate
industry, Dunnellon being the center
of some of the largest mines in the
state. Phosphate is exhibited, while
lime from the Florida Lime Company
of Ocala show the other mineral pos-
sibilities of the county.
Of woods, some forty-five different
kinds are on exhibition, among them
being the live, red and white oak,
hickory, magnolia, much used in fin-
ishing furniture, and the ever-pres-






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