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:
April 2, 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


The Ocala Banner was founded in 1883 as a successor to the Ocala Banner-Iacon, itself the product of a merger between the East Florida Banner and the Florida Iacon. In 1890, the Ocala Banner became a daily. Over the years it bore alternate titles: the Banner, the Daily Banner, and the Ocala Daily Banner. Situated in rural Marion County, the Ocala Banner covered farming, business, and civic issues in Ocala, where the Freeze of 1895 had devastated the citrus industry and paved the way for diversified agriculture and the growth of tourism. The most important of the early editors of the Ocala Banner was Frank E. Harris, a veteran of the Confederate army, who ran the paper in the 1890s. Other editors included T.W. Harris, who had published several other newspapers in Ocala, and C.L. Bittinger, who before moving to Florida had served as a commander in the Grand Army of the Republic. In 1895, the Ocala Evening Star surfaced as a rival to the Ocala Banner. Beginning in 1897, it also appeared in a weekly edition, the Ocala Weekly Star. During an address to the Ocala Rotary Club, R.N. Dosh, editor of the Evening Star in the 1920s and 1930s, recalled that the “Star first saw the light of day in the press room of the Florida Baptist Witness”, founded in 1884 as the weekly press organ of the Florida Baptist Convention, a branch of the Southern Baptist Convention. Former competitors, the Ocala Evening Star and the Ocala Banner joined in 1943 to form the Ocala Star-Banner, which remains the daily newspaper of Marion County.
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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Local and Personal

The superintendent of schools of
Citrus county was in Ocala Friday.

The Ocala flre department have re-
ceived a big shipment of fire hose.

aMer's. x
Mr. P. T. Randall of Connor, was
among the business visitors in the
city Friday.

Mrs. C. A. Fort returned home Mon-
day from a fortnight's visit t(. ,er
relatives at Lynne.

Mr. D. r1. r-ettys of McIntosh was a
visitor Monday.

Mr. James E. Roach of the Central
f Georgia railway, was a Monday
visitor to Ocala.

Messrs. T. L. Sherouse and W. M.
hbockley represented the Reddick-
Lowell section in Ocala Friday.

When In Ocala don't forget Hogan's
Place. He will do. all In his power
to make it pleasant for you. Hogan,
the whiskey man. .

Misses Alice and Annie Campbell
have returned home from a short vis-
t at Weir Park.

Real Estate is on the move in andl
around Ocala. quite a few transfers
having been made within the past few

Miss Ray Thrilling has returned to
her home in this city. after a pleas-
ant visit with her sister. Mrs. Sam
Gordon. at Tampa..

The new residence that .Juidg- \W.
8 Bullock Is building in the rear of
his Fort King residence has been
started. and work on it will be push-
ed forward as rapidly as possible.

Rev. Newton Plummer and children
f of Anthony came in Friday to pay a
abort visit to Mrs. Plummer's sister,
Mrs. Edd Carmichael. on Fort King

SLATEST STYLES in two and three
piece suits for men and youths at
RUwmnauer's x
Mrs. laura Raysor Hansell, who
ease to Ocala on account of the
death of her mother. Mrs. L. M. Ray-
'.r, left Friday afternoon for her
WeWM, at Boston. Mass.

Miss Mildred Sumner has as her
goest for several days her sister. Mrs.
Austin Waldron. Mrs. Waldron lived
is Ocala for some time several years
SD. her marriage having taken Iplace'
9q1t1- romantically in this city.

Ir \V F. KFerttt. who was for a
while a partner il lhie Marion Realty
Snopatin. has gIone tto Atlanta for a
sho t -,,av He. tihink- that he will
Seturn t, Ocala in about three weeks.
Iei i. very well pleased with our stec-

Mrs. W. P. (Gcodyear. mother ot
C ductor Goodyear. was here from
O ala the past wefk visiting her son
m i"... 1 ..- .i.- .. .A arde cially that



| HOT SPRIIS All Gainesville will hail with de-; Tuesday afternoon Mrs. Herbert L.

LOOD ight the news tat the paper mill Anderson was hostess at a beautiful
proposed and talked of for some time card party given at the Woman's
RE i DV R past will finally be perfected. Club. Tables with gig-saw puzzles
REMEDY I it The Sun reporter called upon B. not
Sun reporter called were provided for those who do not
"- --- F. Williamson Saturday and he gave.
AMll -,lla aout this gratifying news, and hie play cards. Such an abundance of ro
Impos- w Ia te W li m he would have liked to have gone ses were used in the decorations tLat
*0 into the matter more fully, the ur- the rooms were transformed into per-
I thnls. 'm.n gent business matters that he is now ,feet rose gardens. Large vases of ro-
uS M .j Wam looking after required his attention, ses filled the windows and were also
Um..mO.6a.idEaRsmtr and it is impossible to stop at this arranged in every other available
s M i a nsa particular time. I place. W.ll vases filled with long-
F- r F'R. lA PIFL He stated that the matter would stemmed pink and white roses formed
JI,.R't~i$ 1^ necessarily be delayed owing to the I a decoration of unusual artistic beau-
- ,' .-*. .,--{ &.a death of its great promoter, but that ty. Large branches of elder blossoms
-..lS.-,u%%.S.OV%.. the business had assumed such pro- made a pretty background for the ta-
S .,J T"' -. "'optwJ portions that it would not and could ble, upon which the punch bowl was
me i etSi, by,.,.4 a ( a. not be dropped at this stage for the placed. The table was covered with
S-.. mere want of attention. an exquisitely wrought Mexican cov-
IB O.t The organization for the proposed er. The punch bowl was almost hid-
Ms PIdN' i """ mill has practically been completed, den beneath large clusters of straw-
S_ /' and at the time of Mr. Chase's death berries, the ripened fruit and green
.,a/ -'. I. )' plans were working that would have foliage making the cool, delicious
brought results within a few months., drink even more tempting and invig-
__ Just how lmg lie matter will be orating. Upon the table was a large
,delayed coulhl nor be stated, but Mr. vase of pink roses. The punch was
Mrs. Charles S. Cullen and children Williamson, who has all along man- served by Miss Frances Anderson
and Miss Miriam Pasteur returned to aged the w..rk of making the paper and Mrs. Buena Mimms, both of whom
and planning for this part of the bus- wore lovely white gowns, with large
Ocaa Sunday afternoon from Sta- iness. will be hPl', to ,.ive the% citizens '-orsage bouquets of pink roses. Mrs.
ton. and the public son.o definite informa- Anderson was also gowned in white
V'ss Anna Will Sanders after tion regardirg anme with' a short and looked very handsome as she
while. cordially greeted, her guests.
sre ending a week ir. Oca!a with Major Plans fr the r-ction of the build-: Receiving with her and assisting in
a" _'\:rs. L. T. Izlay returned to Hol- ing. phrlt :.nld4 houses have all about various: ways to pleasantly entertain
ide. -unday att -i'..,on. been conp~letcdl, and, 'the edition of her guests were Mrs. Albert Birdsey,
til' S i n is to appear on the pa- Mrs. R. L. Anderson, Mrs. E. P.
Mrs. J. W. Bishop and children re-I
Mrs. . Bishop and childraden re ro: this process will give Rentz, Mrs. E. H. Mote, Mrs. E. L.
turned home Sunday from a short the i!,. stitions within the very near Carney, Mrs. J. K. Austin, Mrs. D. W.
stay with Mrs. Bishop's father. Col.'.::-.sville Sun. Davis. Mrs. Charles Rheinauer and
Nic Barco. at Crystal River. Mrs. Townley Porter.

r. Henry Mason of Connor was I. James Sims, one of the mos.': The front door was opened by lit-
Sor successful farmers in Marion county, tIe Miss Mary Birdsey. the beautiful
among the well known visitors in
Sw was in Ocala Friday and paid this of- daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Albert
Thomas of Snarr, as was also Mr. J. fice a pleasant call. Mr. Sims says Birdsey. She wore an exquisite dress

he has served his time as a farmer of white lace and looked as sweet as
and wants to retire now. He is of- a little fairy.
Mrs. Charles L. Lyvers of Summer-
fering his entire property in the When the scores were counted it
her mother Mnrs Nancy Wallace ac southeastern part of the county for was found that the first prize, a hand-
her home in the fourth ward sale. It consists of something over some silver tea stand, had been won
two thousand acres. His live stock by Miss Bessie MacKay. The second
Mr.. Chambers has added a heron and farming implements will also be prize for cards was won by Mrs. Al-1
to his zoo. The bird was picked up sold. bert Gerig. This was a beautiful chi-
in the road near Mr. Cappleman's na plate. Mrs. Jack Camp was the
residence hv' Mr Swartz iust a after Mrs. Adolph Hohenberg and chil- most successful puzzle player and to

the storm of a day or two ago.

Miss Lola Raysor left Sunday after-
noon for Spartanburg, S. C. She had
intended returning last week, but was
delayed, as was also her sister. Mrs.

dren left last Sunday for their
home at Wetumpka, Alabama. Mrs.
Hohenberg is a sister-in-law of Mrs.
M. Fishel and Mrs. Charles Rhein-
auer, and as their guest she has nad
a very charming "isit in Ocala. She

There are many ways in which a serves
the public, but the one new most v.iluabte
perhaps, is to help with loan,. We will
meet the needs of conservative borrower,

The Munroe & Chambliss Bu

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(Written for the Ocala Banner.)
If no one knew that you and I
Performed the loving deed;
If no one knew whose hand supplied
The wants of those in need;
If no one knew and no one cared
Whether we of our bounty spared.
(Save One who dwells in heaven
Woud we perform the deed of love?
If no one knew or praised our name.
Would we perform it just the same?
If friends should doubt and miscon-
The motives of the good we do, i
And persecute us day by day
By all that they could do or say:
If censure, in her scorn, should rise.
Our every effort to despise:
If grief and sorrow also came,
And grave suspicions brought our
Down low to whisperings of shame,
Would we perform the loving deed,
And help supply the brother's need?
Rather than shirk our Master's work,
Would we a thorny path pursue?
Would you and I prefer to die
Rather than be untrue?
Would we count everything but loss
And glory ewkr- in the cross
Of Jesus, c6 d?
And would c_4- frts be satisfied
And still det ^iis will to do.
If no one saw and no one knew?
Ah, wherein dwells the sweet desire.
What motives do our work inspire?
Would you and I so joyful be
If there were none to know or see.
And none to praise the good we do?
Would you and I be just as true.
If no one knew?
Tallahassee, Fla.

The young men of the younger so-
ciety set gave a very enjoyable dance
Monday night at Yonge's hall. The

her was given a lovely silver tea dance was given especially in compli-
strainer. ment to Miss May Camp of Franklin.
At the conclusion of the games Va., Miss Winnefred Rapalje of
most tempting refreshments were; Plainfield, N. J., Miss Edith Me-
daintily served, consisting of ice Guire of Smithport. Pa.. Miss Annie
cream, strawberries, cake and coffee. Land of Kinston, N. ('.. and Miss


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Abson and Mr,- J W kokIib*ehr
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instructed to bring

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laura Hansell, who did not leave for has been the honor guest at quite -a Candies were on the tables during the Kate McColley of Atlanta. five unus ""'. -
Boston until Monday afternoon, number of very lovely affairs, and by games. ually lovely and attractive girls, who NIr- tl, -, ,i', r, ,.l.-.1 a it
her attractive manner has made Mrs. Anderson is one of Ocala's are havftg a very delightful visit in
i1 tall1l i ti-r,-r. h*, r. ** he-r -as
Mr. William Harmon, after spend- many friends here .who hope that her most accomplished and charming wo- this city. and who are very popular
ing a visit of several weeks in this first visit will not be her last one. men. She entertains beautifully and girls.
ci;. with his daughter. Mrs. James M. -- -- hr parties are always : greatly enjoy- Mr. Fisher and Miss .M-.rtle \hi; xp., , .... h r a
at es, and his granchildlren, .left for NI OVILTIES in straw goods at ed. field playe(Id for the dancing., and th. fr.n ,-. i, ,t r' *. *' ,
SRheinauer's. x
hlis home in Michigan Mon.lay v .atter- Rh au r i -Tho',, who w herr g'less on this :evening was a very e.(nijoayalle on. fcr I:,, k- ,,, ,, '
floon. Mr. .Joseph (. .,lathews. accompan'- ov .asion were: lirs. W. S. Bullock. thie young folks. ., ,, r .... .*
orge and Mr.i l lv. his so .Mr. DreI Mathews. of M11s. ('arniey. Mrs. Mi nms. .1Mrs. Aus-i Aiond those' (ir. :d'n l v w r. 'i .-, ',e -, ,
SMr. ( o e Ma. r Fairtiold, were in Ithe city Friday on i i M.s. M.. M. -I I ss. .Mrs . T. ('an. H.rpalj'. M.c ;;iir.. t .. ,, 0
.ert.! \V. Jones have' retui)., firom a etsin ss. Thev s:y that WeV n.',;day ; reen.. MMrs. \MWe. I 1rs. M. ver. Mrs.i land. \lic.I, |Illock. Am:. lixso n ,, .. ,, ,,
,v 4. ,leli 'llt Iihl c(ruiiso i'l -.1 (l ul 1 ,, , ., .. .. ..,., ,., ,i, I sev. .1rs. A\ ( ac .. M iss. M acKay I S ltue A. ilers:n. .\ niil A'kinsn, oi, .... ... ..

.Nle'xico. "Fhc'v \ ,were I 1.. i, .ls o-
Mexico. soe of the farmers in the northern M! F. :. fHarris. Mrs. Powers. Mrs. Robinson,. l:lizabeth Newson. Ki:tta
'apt. John I.. Inglis on his hlilsome part of th county b blowing tree ) Davis,. Mrs. It. L. Andersoa., iool. Messrs. Howard Walters.It. R.
yach the Tuna. across fences and growing 'orps. IMrs. Looney. Mrs. T. T. Muinroe, Mrs. Mathews. Jarn.s Taylor. Phil Rtoliin

S.--- Hatchell. Mrs. .lake (erig, Mrs. Al- son. Mala Hatighton, .Julien Ilolinson.
Mr. and Mrs. A rBurntT retrn- jEdward Cristy Welsh. Jr.. is the bert Gerig, Mrs. KE. T. Porter. Miss Marion Pelot, 0. B. Howse. lfHeron
ed home Mon(lay afternoon ro a narne of a little soa. who came a few Stotesbury, Mrs. Rheinauer, Mrs. Todd, Ben Todd and Will Taeloh'-.
week's visit to Miami. Palm Beach Idays ago to make his home with Mr. Newsom, Mrs. Wm. Anderson. Mrs.
and Daytona. Their visit was a very and, Mrs. Edward Cristy Welsh at Scott, Mrs. Holder, Mrs. Todd,. Mrs. NEMO and WARNER'S rus" Proof
pleasant one and they were at Day- their home at German Valley New aghs Mr st Mrs Hocker corsets are two strong lines at
tona to see the ccuclusion of the au-J.ersey. Mr. and Mrs. Welsh former- Mrs. Mote. Mrs. Duval. Mrs. Hall.
tenmobile race. .lyI resided at Cornell, near this city, Mrs. Rentz. Mrs. Jack Camp. Mrs. -Mr. Louis R. Chazal has p:rch;asel

TRESPASS NOTICES-11x14 inch- and they have many friends here. Clarence Camp, Mrs. J. WV. Hood, Mrs. the corner lot on Oklawaha aWi,i'e.
es.. for sale at this office, 1ic. each. who will be interested in the news of T. H. Johnson. Mrs. C. A. Liddon. a,!joining the old B-.ajanin r*-sIl ntie.
or $1 a dozen. Apply Ocala Banner Ihe birth of their little son. Misses Annie Atkinson. Bessie '4ac- This is a very closirable lot. an.I he
office. tf. Kay. Alice Bullock, Betty Wray Me-l has secured it as an irtnvestmeint. We.
SA SHOES in all styles for everybody Iver. Frances Anderson and .Marv understand that Mr. H. It Basse'-, ef
MAr. Albert H. Birdsev of Fost\ i. ati Rheinauer's. Laladhasprhaso o
Ga.. arrived Monday to visit his wife Birdsey.
and pretty little daughter, at the (Capt.V W. E. Yongue and Mr. Frank Ttiscawilla street, adjoining th. onet,
home of Col. .I M Martin rs. is. two prominent citizens ofi Rt\ 1v\. .J. Folks preached iln thie bought by Mr. (Chazal. We hope that
r has aeen th t ir: c!:I, were visitors to Ocala Fri-.Shay (; -ve settlenmeit Sunilay and this is tre :and that Mr', \ ill
Birlsey has been the guest of h..," pa-
ren.'s all winter.and expects to r a y. They say 'that a big crowd is ase through Ocala Monday. He is :me ,cay Iecihe msOl ):'ala hi
in Ocala until about the ,i hih f ...,\pt,-ted at the Fairfield meetin: to- said to be a very faithful preacher. hrtn, is he wouhl b.' -, i, :r:
in cala. Tuntl object of the noting is to and a 1iost concise and logical reas- ,,n.
,pril;. is':ss Ihe making of a new couintvy !oI'. li has f-" '-vtra'l y* al'*s wol .. ----
Mi'r~. P. V ilson (;r'e,, 01' ib l di ,I,. .,ri,-\ Ir.. < ,' !!ij l st,: ,nT .1r "it i, M'M R. (' ('a., C. \'
M r,. P. W ilson ree, of .h' eil, in, .- rrito .f M ;',ion
..1 R h .M r ol rro fl H. 1.111ders of ,o I ) .l .ks !\illo .< \ -' a;\
view dis-rict was a visitor Mon,1av i,- !i1 .- A l r t i i ci .I sn i
liHe is in the stock business, and whilir o t rs a s fri.. M -
htM ) rs T. .. Mooret who wen, to 31ic- tih welliig ariiversar. Sunday at da Kuopl. of Getrman.'.. r tun-i :iw': I
his success utp to date has leer o:n, -.
what disappointing. he, sas s hat hi ;nleIy to attend the marriage of hiter rtih-r h(mr in the Phosphate C('i'y. A Su da-y 'ihi. I t(c(con I)ineii ,x M i--
enrarrol are mo s. Faster, to Mr. E. A.\ nuimbi r of thir friends aind relatives Kopp. w'ho is their guest. They spent
general crops are most encoirz:inn-.
Pickson. an:li who went front their lo, ', r'' with thl'n and, helped in the a (cou'ipie of days at*St. Autigitine, and
MIr. R. L. Keatinri returned Ionl'e Jacksomillhe to visit her' sister. Mrs. lenjov)yiilof t th- coniiten:oratiion of! Moilay afternoon n went lown to
Monday afternoon trom a week's visit F. .1. Ha-aood. has etiurned home. this anniversary. This paper hopes, Crystal River to spend a few days on
to Daytona Beach. where he was the MIr-s. Moore spent a day in St. Augus- as do all of their friends, that Mr. and ,the Camp houseboat, to enjoy the
guest of his parents. M.r. and M-rs. T. tine while away and her visit was a Mrs. Sandlers will live to celebrate splendid fishing on the famous Crys-
H. Keatrngh during the automobile round of pleasures., their golden wedding, and as they are tal river.
races. He stopped in Jacksonville for ---- both yet young, that their diamond .
several days on his way home. IMr. and Mrs. Carl M. Schneider are anniversary will also be celebrated Mr. B. I. Freyermuth. one of Ma-
happy over the arrival of a 10-pound by them. rion county's brag farmers, was

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"Ware fretUn Special Cor. Ocala Banner:
e-onr old stand- Mr. J. G. Lege has returned from a I
d ash when we. trip to some of the principal northern
Sbr .markets, seeking an outlet for the
-W ;be and mulberry pie. c
too, grace our table, cantaloupe crop, which is now so
ead ggs all abound, promising. He reports a very sue J,,
grist and razorback, cessful outcome to his efforts.
L 10oback all the year round. Rev. George H. Harrison recently
Stals is not all of our menu,
AINst, as I don't wish to boast, held a well attended communion ser-
ha oer section too highly, vice at Blair Villa.
W give old Marion a toast: The demand for summer cottages
W.ks -ty forever is setting in strong before the winter
I be t all our fair state, residents have gone. Several engage-
r state is the best in the nar ments have already been made and,
af. as usual, the supply will not equal the
Pite' shelter from blizzards demand.
Mr. Hungerford and his sister, Mrs.
bt tell of our matchless him- Hartman, who have been occupying
-S S Mrs. Brown's cottage since December,
I kes rejecting heaven's own have gone to their home in Connecti-
imap!t s urins andn rivers cut.

OW sweethearts so pretty and true.
Ud times, rain and March winds
tarried with us so long,
t our spirits so under the
W e oly whistle a merry song.
ty to note down a few locals:
M Bettie McCarley's school clos-
at Friday, but we are glad to
th she has consented to stay
me a few days longer.
S tay night Mr. and Mrs. S. C.
O t gave a party in honor of Miss
which was a very enjoya-
t lr. Those present were: Miss
.I.TeMy, Mr. and Mrs. Pillans, Miss
s*- Pillas. Mrs. Chester Fort, Miss
'b HHley. Miss Myrtle Mock,
$On May Haltord and Messrs. Will
,. Pat Holley, Andrew Holton
m Os Waters. After many games
r tfnl rereshments were served,
V- all reluctantly departed for

We are sorry to learn that Mr. J.
,A. Mee Is ao better.
Mus. Chester P rt of Ocala spent
w paet week with her mother, Mrs.
Mary Holey. She returned to her
bme Sudar.
Ms Dixie Pillans' school at Lake
Orrmt will close Wednesday. The
-lns gavoe ber picnic Saturday,
&a h ad a grand time.
8I Waft Hafford is at home now.
tar l cised her school at Sparr a
apt. Job Rog~r- ..ynne was in
M bg Sunda v
Th Xrea -' nilay school has re-
,4. .. un a, and we have fine
*i e now every Sunday afternoon.
~e have aloo received new hymn

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Dr. Palmer and Miss Hungerford,
who are occupying Mrs. Brown's
house for the winter, were capsized in
a rowboat off Weir Park during a re-
cent bit of rough weather. The doc-
tor undertook to sh4ft his position in
the skiff when he lost his balance
and went overboard. In attempting
to pull him in the boat was capsized
in deep water. The boatman and his
two passengers managed to keep
afloat by holding on to the boat, and
they had worked their way to shallow
water about the time Capt. Russell
arrived to rescue them.
Col. John A. Martin was a guest at
Blair Villa Sunday. This was his
first visit to Lake Weir since the old-
en days when he was a prominent res-
ident here. He was greatly pleased
at the palpable evidence of thrift and
progress, and was delighted with
beautiful Woodmar, which in its fine
growth of fruit and ornamental trees
is rewarding the expenditure of work
and money which Mr. Woodrow has
made the past few years.
At the silver tea held by tLe La-
dies' Auxiliary, on invitation of Mr.
and Mrs. Goodwin at The Oaks last
Saturday afternoon, the handsome
sum of $66.22 was added to the chapel
building fund. The lakeside was
well represented. Mrs. Woodrow
sent the Chicago over for a load of
Weirsdale people, Mr. W. H. Bickley
brought a load over in the Mamle B,
Dr. Henry reported with a large con-
tingent from Oklawaha, and Mr. Hol-
der brought an auto load of people
from Oclaa.
MaJ. Carl Schneider is spending
the week at Woodmar, superintend-
ing the fertilizing of the extensive
plantation of trees in the villa and in
the nursery.

( OWiPT OVER NIAGARA More than forty people gathered at
Terrible calamity often hap- The Oaks on Wednesday night f:om
bIe ainie a careless boatman around the lakeside for a porch
W the river's warnings-growing dance. The weather was delightful
4and faster current. Nature's and the launch parties had a glorious
1n are kind. That dull pain or moonlight ride on the lake.
hfe is the back warns you the kid-
SSe battenaton if you would es- Mrs. D. S. Woodrow entertained in-
t fatal mBladies-Dropsy, Diabe- formally at tea on Wednesday night
ne or Bright's Disease. Take Elec- in honor of her guest, Miss Valeta
ft Uftters at once and see backache Potter, who returned to Ocala on
fa d all your best feelings return.
"Alter Mug sufering from weak kid- Thursday.
Ms sado lame back. one $1 bottle Miss Sarah F. Keeley, Oxford, 0.,
Mfly cured me." writes J. R. Black- left for her home on Thursday after
emAip of Belk. Tenn. Only 50c. at
p of elk. Tenn. Only c. at a two weeks' visit with her nephew,
Vpdin"s& Co. m
SC- Mr. Goodwin. Miss Keeley was for a
SOUTH LAKE WEIR W. C. T. U. number of years superintendent of
-- the Indiana Industrial Reform School
Ont the 17th the Union had as its for Girls. and has long been promi-
est Mrs. I. K. Bailey of Prohibition nent in reform, charitable and relig-
IMrk. Staten Island. N. Y.. national ious work.
Siturer and organizer of the W. C. The Chicago carried the Woodrows
T. I'. In the morning Mrs. Bailey and the Goodwins over to the delight-
addressed the public school and at fitl beach and bathing party which
adht gase an address at Hotel Lake- Miss Grace P. Willard gave near Mr.
aMe om "Home or Saloon-Which?" Bickley's boat house on the south
A large audience listened to th- ad- shore last Tuesday afternoon.
4re witb intense interest and pleas-I Mr. and Mrs. Lawrence Jones and
** Mrs. Iail.'y is a speaker of Miss McMann of South Lake Weir
gore than ordinary ability and pow- lined at The Oaks on Tuesday last.
er and renewed acquaintance with Miss
Thre regular ~enti-monthly meeting Keeley. whom they had known in In-
of tbhe I'nion was held on the 25th at diana.
the We't-rsdal' church. the president.. Mr. Charles Cullen and family spent
Mrs lawrent'c Jones. presiding. In Saturday and Sunday at Argyle Cot-
the abpennt-- of the secretary. Mtrs. Al- tage. Woodmar. They entertained
kt t'anttron acted as secretary pro Mrs. Lanier and Miss Lanier of North
tem Carolina.
A lhe'te wuaz. read from the Ocala Mr. and Mrs. W. R. Goodwin leave
'Uknti in regard to emp.erance meas- tor their home near Chicago on Sun-
er*s to rn< ti'wforv- the, approaching day next. after a stay of a little over
eseton of the Florida legislature. two months.
A Wletr watt also read from Mrs. The season is closing with unpre-
In,.' dantir of Mt .Dora. superin- ceelnted gaiety. Beach parties, danc-
tnidentn of press work of the Florida es. teas and receptions have followed
stae Union. in regard to the work one another with almost bewildering
of br department rapidity. It has been the gayest sea-
The president gave an address on son around the lake in its history. ,
-T.' is' of Patent Medicines,' and -
ateo a talk on -The Use of Wine at WORDS TO FREEZE THE SOUL
the White Hous,"'
"Your son has consumption. His
Mrs Buckley also gave an address hopall
case is hol less." These appalling
a '"Patent Medicines." and Mrs. Al- words were spoken to Geo. E. Blev-
tW Comeron one on "Headache Med- ens. a leading merchant of Spring-
field. N. C., by two expert doctors-
,one a lung specialist. Then was
A letter as read from Mrs. J F. shown the wonderful power of King's
5tame. in regard to the observance New Discovery. "After three weeks'
of Temperance Day by the united (use." writes Mr. Blevens. "he was as
Swnday rshools of Weirsdale and! well as ever. I wuold not take all the
t a Weir at the latter place money in the world for what it did
h Lake Iei r at the latter place for my boy." Infallible for coughs
o the 27th band colds it's thes afat et.- , .-_-

you're trying to land the right thing in clothes, youIll have

to go where it is, no use casting for trout in a millmponds

theree not there. Our store's full of

Hart Schaffner & Marx

clothes; and you can't get anything

better. In the ordinary clothing

store you get ordinary clothes;

we're different, because the clothes

we sell are different; nobody else has

anything to equal them, and one

comparison will quickly prove it.

All-wool is one point that

makes them different; and good

style, tailoring, fit are other points.

When buying H. S.

Suits the pants match the

& M.

coat .

Suits $18 to $40

This store is the home of
Hart Schaffner & Marx Clothe%

Yours for Good Clothing.

Guarantee Clothing

& Shoe Co.


tred ,be form of rce pr- ; ; :p- *
f,. ling is still there. as *e.*-*a:
part of humna nature antd ** thhe*
to stay until we arpe ,volut.t, in' as
geki. There can bo oa rre. pn%&
without race pro-judwer sadl re
pride has been uoe of the steug
forces in the progress of tb* **ww
Mr. Taft's ass rtio was earirely -
sweeping. He has his shar. of rre
prejudice aloag with the rem of
but as his fortunate omvlremes sta
not permitted constant rwr tetr
to disturb his coo-ert nor "pgt am
his nerves." the prejudire that te
in him is merely slo.ptag It r
there, beyond doubt. as a part of S
clay he is made of. *,lpate his eM
placent affirmation to the rtetrary-
Live Oak Democrat



Mr. J. Clyde Dobson of Jackson-
ville and Miss Mary L. Stafford of
Weirsdale, Fla., were quietly married
in St. Augustine March 17th.
The ceremony was performed by
Rev. Martin of Grace Memorial
The bride is a daughter of Mr. and
Mrs. E. L. Stafford of Weirsdale, but
has made her home in Jacksonville
at the residence of Mrs. W. L. Lamp-
kin. She is a trained nurse of ability
and is possessed of many admirable
qualities, which have endeared her to
a large circle of friends.
Mr. Dobson is a foreman in the
printing establishment of the H. &
W. B. Drew Company, and is popular
with all who know him.
When the friends of Mr. and Mrs.
Dobson learned of their marriage they
planned and carried out a delightful
The couple remained at hborne last
Thursday evening ,expecting a call
from Rev. and Mrs. Hanscom.
Early in the evening a large num-
ber of their friends gathered at the
home of Mr. and Mrs. Lampkin. next
door, bringing with them many beau-
tiful presents for the newly married
Then Mr. and Mrs. Dobson were
sent for and came over to receive the
congratualtions of their friends as
well as the more substantial tokens
of their good wishes.
The young people were the fortu-
nate recipients of a large number of!


i.nn Per BOX
.UU Guaranteed

to wear without a hole

for three months.


Sold and Guaranteed only at

Fishel s


W. H. POWERS, M. 0.


Office Y,:wie Block.


Over Munroe & Chambltss' Bank

J. E. CHACE. D. D. S.

gifts, including silver, cut glass, lin-
ens, bric-a-brac and some handsome DENTIST.
pieces of furniture.
During the evening delicious re- Holder Block.
freshments were served and ail pres- OCAI.A, FLORIDA
ent had a jolly time.-Sunday's
Times-lUnion. E. P. GUERRANT.

than have my feet ctrt nff'" said T
--- --' .'-t. ,k L. OpstBanrfic

- ---- -., I. L'.
Bingham of Princeville. Ill. "But
you'll die from gangrene (which had
eaten away eight toes) if you don't."
said all doctors. Instead, he used
Bucklen's Arnica Salve until wholly
cured. Its cures of Eczema, Fever
Sores. Boils. Burns and Piles as-
tound the world. 25c. at Tydings &
Co. min
But if you are lokinE for the best
section in which to locate, come to
Marion county, Florida, where lands
can be bought at from $2.50 to $25
per acre, according to location and
improvements. On these lands we
raise from two to four crops per year,
and hence do not have to consume in
winter all that we can lay up in sum-
If you are skeptical, visit the Ma-
rion Vnlntv Wai C l_. % r-__ __

Opposite Banner Office I



Gary Block.


Office over Commercial Bank
Phone 211.


Mr. Taft may have fooled hir-- -.,
but there are a great many -ople he
didn't fool when he s:a't is inau-
gural address: "Persrc I have
not the slight,.;' prejudice or
feeling g i.u^ stands mighty fine,
ani doubtless the proper thing for
a putij- man holding Mr. Taft's po-
sition to say; but, nevertheless, the
whole history of mankind shows that
among the deep, ineradicable, univer-
sal instancts of human nature is that
which takes the form of. "race preju-
dice or feeling." No man of any race
or clime can escape it, and while the
enlightenment and breadth of view
which result from education may pre-
vent it from taking the form of ha-

r April 11th is Gay Easter Day

Have you seen our New Samnple of

We make Suits to your special : ,.,
ure at $13.50 and up.

We make Pants to your nme tiro at
$4.00 and up.

-And a-

Watch our Show \.nl,,u h- .
On the New,,-t Shape., :.

FRANK P. GADS ON. Proprietor.
OC LA. L. .....



.Edison Ambrd


Are for sale here. They can be used upon
your Edison Phonograph by means of a
gear attachment-.h^kh -


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SAt no place do they have lovelie,
parties than in Ocala, her hostesses
being noted all over the state for the
I parties they give, and for the ease
and grace with which they entertain.
This season there have been many
'large and beautiful parties, and a
great many smaller affairs, and
among the latter was the very lovely
card and domino party given Friday
afternoon by- Mrs. Otis Thatcher


There was a meeting of the stock-i (Written for the Ocala Banner.)
holders of the Marion County Athlet-1 When my ship tomes in, runs the
ic Association Friday. which was fol-I young man's song.
lowed afterwards by a directors'I What brave things shall
I With the strength of my wealth, and
meeting. the joyous throng
The following officers were elected Of friends, stout-hearted and true.

for the ensuing year: President, Ed-
ward Holder: vfce president. Clar-
ence Camp: secretary, Donald Ford;
treasurer, J. J. Gerig: manager. Ed-
ward C. Bennett.
A sum of money was subscribed to
put the grounds in order, looking for-

The only baking powder made Green. i'vard to having some spirited ball
Som Royal Grape Mrs. Green has a lovely home on amid's s this summer.
Pc Oklawaha avenue, and the friends Th.- games this season will be con-
she entertained siecnt a most delight- f ne entirely to amateur players. A
US& /no ful afternoon as her guests. treat many are verv anxious for the
The ladies were met by Mrs. Green sea ') to open.
and stopped with hier for a few nm- E
ments, aft,.r which Mrs. L. W. Duvall FRIDAY'S FIRE
a-ked them to the piunh table in the! The fire Friday morning proved to
----- -- front hall. where Mrs. Clarence e at the residence of Mr. R. E.
Local and Personad Dr. Walter Hood's auto may not be Camp and Mrs. J. C. B. Koonce wer- Yonge, on Osceola street. The roof
as large as some machines, nor as serving. was in quite a blaze, having caught
1\ P W Ioetteay of Leroy was Ewift as others. but it creates more There were s,.ven tables of cards from sparks from the chimney. The
Scloti r.-I at thoe Ocala House yester- attention than any of them. It is andl dominoes, tables being in the firemen quickly extinguished the
home-made and we hope has come to billiard roumo. and two in the hall flames and the damage done was not
I stay. leading to 'his room. The billiard
very great.
If you must drink. see Hogan and room is very charmingly arranged. It was deeply regretted by every
g-* a o4. pure distilled wtiskey. x Mr. S. B. Brooks. one of Zuber's the furnishings and fittings being ex- member of the firs department that
.Ho Her W l.g and his ...prominent cities, was an Ocala vis- eeedinglv artistic. andi it is a lovely their little dog, "Chief," was killed
Htov H%-sr W lanm and his their ittl dog "Chief, was killed,
crandom. Mr Heary Hates, were in itor Saturday and made tlis office a room in whirl to, entertain. In thison the way to the fire. Two of the
ratn. Mr Hery Baes, were in P pleasant call. and left a coin of n he
SMartel saturday pleasant call and left a coin of the room Mrs. !arvy Eagleton received wagors ran over the little dog, crush-
realm as an evidence of good laith' he guests. ing to death. The firemen are
Mr M P Prink. one of the rem- and loyalty for the coming year. The score cards were decorated having bad luck with their mascots.
rant of the "old guard." was a Satur- with Easte-r rabbits and tied with A few months ago another little dog,
day %istor. Mr. William Hadsock, an inmate of green r'.bons. and the prize for the who was a great pet with the depart-
the Old Soldiers' Home at Jackson- h-st card score as won by Mrs. nent, and in fact with nearly every-
say. ipeoplo. when you get hun- ville. who has been in Ocala for sev- Rhein-'at:r. who ('t with Miss Bullock body in town. had to be killed on ac-
NY. 1P goa's place. He keeps eral days, went down to Crystal Riv- and Mrs. M.limnis. The domino prize cnt of going mad. i
Sto drink. G.D. er Saturday, to spend a short while WAs tied f-u by Mr:-. Powers and Mrs. .
with his relatives there. Mclver, the latter wirmning it. Both' FIFTEEN ACRES OF CELERY
Mr G W 1.. Denham. one of the prizes were lovely pieces of hand- _
prmant.-nt citizens of Reddick. was in Mrs. E. P. Guerrant and children painted china. The Carney Investment Company, s
Orala Saturday on a shopping tour. went down to Uiratilla Saturday af-1 Compotes of green mints were on operating at Lake Weir, have a very
ternoon to pay a visit to Dr. Guer- all the tables and at the conclusion of rich muck island and intend putting e
Miss Nettie- Gordon of Largo has rant's parents, Dr. and Mrs. E. O. the playing Mrs. Green and her sis- out fifteen acres in celery, and think t
bes speeding the past several days Guerrant, of Paris, Ky., who own a ter, Mrs. Eagleton, served ice cream, that Lake Weir will soon achieve a

to Oeala with Mrs. George Close.

Wben you want a quick meal, drop
to Hweaa's Cafe. where you'll find
*evrytatig In eason on the bill of

Mr (i Petteway of Tampa, a
well known turpentine operator, was
among the visitors here on Saturday.

Mrs laxter Carn came hame Satur-
da afternoon from a short visit with
b*Tr husband's relatives at Reddick.

W' arm headquarters for all good
thiags to eat and drink. Good service
aod prompt attention. Hogan, the
whiskey man. X
%', r, R It Sanlers and Q. E.
*I',.a tMk ,.'rr, representative citizens
4if ItnTiti, lion nu Ocala Thursday.

I\ i \ S' i., s'tr of Ocala is the
S,.., ,,t 1.i- miotlher. Mrs. Sylv st' er.
I I, .li \ --St l'Pct rsturg Indt-

I1'T IIRINK' But if you do. see(
l, c:r ar,,l et t'~ b : t that money
ca1 ur 1v If it s ood drink, we have
I.. X
Mr ltn.l i'alpple'nan h'ft Saturday
tfor G;ain. ille. to re'.unie his studies
at the V of F. after spending a week
at home.

Mr A H Blanding of Juliette. who
is connmrted with the Durton Phos-
p (te C('mpany. was a visitor to this
city Saturday.

SR fto r fTevr? lPanra Chill
a^ a M to cue. 26c. x

DrW. H w has sold his
hm sad "buggy a Dr. L F. Blalock.
Dr pwers ti epectlIn his new Max
wall rumabout it a day or two.

Mre W T Con I"as returned home
ro lestr. where she spent a
ole of weeks with relatives and

IATIJ On Sunday. March 7th, from
Imn ; at'e at Martin. a setter gyP.
abt I~ne year old: head halt white
and half black: body nearly white.
S Informatiom leading tor b her recovery
will tw suitably rewarded by address-
g %S W M*atin. Martin, Fla. 3-12tf
& Mr Rob.rt (Cleveland was in Ocala
ptaturda with a wagon load of veg.
etables sad sold out so quickly that
e bad to send home for a second

Mr Waldo Martin. one of the sue-
S... K. Martin see-

fine grove and winter home there.

Mrs. M. D. Juhan, who has been
the guest of Mrs. H. B. Clarkson
since returning from Jacksonville,
has gone to Crysfal River, where she
will reside with her son. Mr. John D.

The street sweeper has arrived.
But my! It isn't as big as the Russian
midget. What Ocala needs is a real.
genuine street sweeper. We are in
no position to send a boy to mill. A
condition, not a theory, confronts us.

Among the names that have been
entered in the big Tampa Times con-
test is that of Mils Annie Atkinson.

whnonaretutv has

VLI US k-- 41 U - III% -- Z Nk7 XL JJ- aklki--
votes. Her friends hope that she
will be one of the winners in this con-
test if she desires to make the race.

Mrs. L. A. Gabel and little son have
gone to Winnsboro. S. C.. where they
expect to spend sonm#- n hi;'hs with
relatives. Winnsboro was the old
home of Mrs. Gabel's. i:-rent ani,
she is anticipating a very pleasant

LISTEN! When you are at home
send us your orders. When in town
make his place headquarters. Hogan's
Place, the whiskey man. x

Master Eddie Gabel, who has been
in Ocala for the past year or more
with his brother, Mr. L. A. Gabel. and
Mrs. Gabel. has returned to Savan-
nah, Ga., where he will spend the
summer with relatives.

Mrs. Reuben Smith and her daugh-
ter-in-law, Mrs. John Smith, and the
latter's little girl, have been the
guests of Mrs. Ben Borden and Mrs.,
A. P. Gilmore for several days the;
past week.

A great deal of interest is being!
manifested in Dr. J. C. Boozer's corn
contest. A large number of contest-
ants, both boys and grown people,
have already entered the contest and
we can look forward to some very
fine corn next fall. to be exhibited at
the county fair.

Mr. James 0. Clarke, who will be
pleasantly remembered by many of
the "old timers," is now visiting his
son in St. Augustine, and later on
will make Ocala a visit. He has now
passed the three score andm and
has five years to kis creditA'makes
only friends wherever he goes.

delicious jam cake and other cakes,
salted almonds and coffee. Each
plate was adorned with a spray of
pinks from Mrs. Green's pretty flow-
er garden.
Those enjoying Mrs. Green's de-
lightful party were the following la-
dies: Mesdames D. E. Mclver, G. S.
Scott. Charles Rheinauer, John Tay-
lor, B. J. Potter, Edward Holder, 0.
G. Wes-on. W. D. Richie, W. A.
Knight, Lee Miller, William Hocker,
L. W. Duval, Mary Eagleton, Clarence
Camp, Clifton Camp, George Arm-
strong of Savannah, Frank Harris,
W. H. Powers, J. K. Austin, J. C. B.
Koonce. E. L. Carney, B. W. Mimms,
A. Hohenberg. M. Fishel. W. S. bul-
lock. R. S. Hall and Misses Alice Bul-

lock. Valeta Potter. Annie Da
Ka'o M(Colley of Atlanta.

Messrs. Frank and Robert
,-xvs nte'Tained the members

vis and

t Math-
of the

reputation for celery growing as
great as Sanford.
The Carney Investment Company is
composed of very progressive and go-
ahead people and are going to leave
no stone unturned to make their
Lake Weir possessions valuable. The
Carney Investment Company orange
is one of the best on the market.


Although i't is two more months
before the closing of school, still
some preparations are already being
made for the commencement exer-
Prof. Suhrie. dean of the normal de-
partment of Stetson Univeristy at De-
Land, has been invited to deliver the
commencement; address. and Satur-
'day Prof. J. H. Workman received a
l letter from Prof. Suhrie accepting the
r'*-f uhlrio int f tho tn

<';?I(a Concert Orchestra very p-e"as- **l '
!,rillian:t vou 'i 'aos in the ,ae.
aT.,'!v en Frislay ev.ning. The o'her; tio:' in t a
enn F xrs of the orchestra present o art it will be a great pl'1asure to have
ornim in Ocala at that time.
wer- Messrs. Simmons. Fleming,. i cala hat t
Barr. George MacKay. Jr.. and Miss MR. FERGUSON PURCHASES A
Mary Connor. and this musical even- RESIDENCE
in, was very thoroughly enjoyed by
these talented musicians. Mr. J. G. Ferguson has purchased
Misses Anne Mixson and Edith Mc- Miss Fannie Clark's residence on Os-
Guire and Mr. Frank Harris, Jr., were ceola street, near the A. C. L. freight
also present at this meeting, and en- depot. Mr. Ferguson has purchased
joyed immensely the music rendered. I this property mei'ely as an invest-
During the evening Mrs. C. H. ment and will fix up thl, house for
Mathews served delightful ice cream rent. It is also reported that he will
to her sons' guests. build a warehouse on the property.

M1rs. J.
ter, Miss

M. Eaglet4 and her daugh-" WOMAN'S CLUB TEA
Margaret Eagleton, have __
for Pottstown, Penn-I The weekly afternoon tea at the
where they will hereafter Woman's Club rooms Friday afternoon

make their home. Mrs. Eagleton was as usual a very pleasant affair.
spent her girlhood and young lady- Quite a number of the ladies who are
hood at Pottstown, her family having members of the club were present.
founded this little city, and she is and tea and cake was served by Mrs.
very anxious to return there to spend Herbert L. Anderson and Mrs. D. W.
the remainder of lier days among her Davis, who were the hostesses. The
relatives. The Eagleton family have club rooms are very attractive, and
made their home in Ocala for some the weekly gatherings of the mem-1
years and their many warm friends bers are informal and very pleasant.
here regret exceedingly their decis-
ion to leave Ocala for good and hope The entire interest of Capt. C. E.
that they will pay us a visit next win- Garner. president and general mana-
ter. ger of the Independent Line of Steam-,
ers. has been purchased by the St.
A number of the cultivators of the Petersburg Transportation Company,I
soil in this locality who were up as and the Independent line, after April
late as 12 o'clock Friday night were 1. will be a thing of the past at the
considerably relieved when the wind port of Tampa. The deal was con-
changed and the thermometer began summated at St. Petersburg this
gradually rising. A light frost had week between offltials of the two
been predicted and the signs were lines.
not at encouraging all day; in-





He watches .and waits neathh storm
and sun,
By the shore of his life's broad sea.
And the days of his youth are quickly
Yet never a sail spies he.

My ship has gone down. in soberer
Sings the man; 'then to duty turns,
He forgets the ship in his toil and
So no longer fair hope burns.

Again by the shore he stands, gallant.
The years of his life nobly spent;
And. gazing out on the deep-behold!
A "shell ship," landward bent!

Fine banners she flies, bright songs
are borne
From her deck as she nears the
Gladly with sail beautif'ly flower worn
She is safe at last by the strand.

And. lo! to the noble man she has
All treasure he hoped to win:
"Genuine love," honor, fame, life-
And he cries: "My ship has come
"Clue and key-note."


Lucky $anford! From all over the
state, from everyone who comes to
$anford, from every part of the Un-
ion is coming inquiries regarding the
slogan, "Lucky Sanford," and its ori-
gin. Lucky $anford received the cog-
nomen several months ago when this
section passed through the cold snap
without having even the tender vew
station damaged. Since that time
:he growers have received such mar-
velous returns from their crops that
the eyes of the world have been to-
ward $anford, and if the cool weather
continues for a few more weeks one
)f the greatest crops of celery in his-
ory ,besides cabbage, potatoes, toma-
oes and other vegetables will be
Aside from the wealth of the grow-
ers pouring into the city. $anford is
havingg the streets with vitrified brick.
buildingg a street railway, a mammoth
electric light and power plant, new
ubsiness houses and residences, new
'actories of all kinds, and hundreds
of people are coming here each week
purchasing city property and vegeta-
)le lands. Next fall will witness the
greatest influx of new people into this
section that has ever come into Flor-

Our city will extend for several
miles each way along the lake shore
and south toward Lako .1l,'sp t .-
fore five years have rolled 41 :aritn.I
Sanford will hb a thriving city of 1..
Mill inhabitants, andl only the i')ir,
('an t'or''tell the $anfordl of lat.'r y, ar
Thus it is thar the people of San
ford consider 'themselves lilessa.. in
every way and that "in $anford life
is worth living."
Lucky $anford!-Sanford ('hroni-



It is the wish of the sanitary com-
mittee of the city council to keep
Ocala in as thorough sanitary condi-
tion as opssible at all times, but eS
specially during the spring and sum-
mer months, and we ask the co-opera-
tion of 'the people of the entire city
in this work. The sanitary inspector
has been instructed to enforce all
laws pertaining to this department.
and we ask everyone to report to the
inspector or chairman of the com-
mittee any irregularities or non-com-
pliance with ordinances, when same
will be promptly acted upon.




ATy-., Evatema, lL8,
any one ha rwes t to peft
is surely myself.
"Last spring I t ow"" m W
from the srtrum *@evw ae t
cold. that several complWtag
in pulling me douw. I iM
n, r sleep well, sad bes Amti
"I flialy tried Pes I" B
wonders for me. 14 "m4
like another perso .i r eM
fels better thae I ever h a
"I thasn Perase mar sea m4
strength. I e*ad yoe e -
you caa -s what h tPeiy & W

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Mrs. Mary r. Jomes, sNu eM
Ky., writes:
"I wish to speak a iwdN m i
your highly valued Pw I W 1
been blessed with tm e geueg
nity of tgivtag l a fir I
t-st. and isa my ,im Ih m i
health. far wb toa, I b lf
wsini e them foruqq.Itoaeab eg
"One of my arshbe ha do
trouble. I r.eaommeaied Pek M-et
atwi n",w he tis well and betibpd

ase,-ral pbhy-te'im."
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MR&. PEROUE 'T0 Op5e

NI'm R T Pe'rt ue' Vewmer,4C
vity. who for ~ past *vvq*
has hwoen liv'inig at Jkvvg~xvij
vay. will shortly rvturn to q~alf
resisli.. Mrs Pprdue bheboom
Agnew borne from Mrs J
&nil about 1the ~inhdj of A U
opwn the same as a Srw eft own
Ing bouse.
The Agmew hoamp w eammet Up
cateid. has love-ly reme. d IMM:
Pforobse will no limbf pme e.. e jW!
ce-s andMr cuno- i
fheir rooms &t b#houvw h
('ar'st-ns waillI'151A *..smi 4"aJ
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Par rick ;%via ..-' .'m. Wm* am

Mr. A. H. Marsh. manager of the,. worse ror w.r v was
Industrial Record Publishing Corn- his onf woa brot a sed as a
pany, put in a telegraphic order yes- j looked as 'hough I, h ad bm
terday with the Dodson Printer'. h b. b-,
Supply Company of Atlanta for a .."GlIory, bhe" "ela'e.a lW. wa
large, handsome Chandler and Pricel Tho I|suhchmase sttb -,
press. The Dodson Company haveI -twas him.,' d P
agreed to have it here and ready to on ., n& of
install by Tuesday. The Record Comrn-. am. nIy A -a I
without 'sympathy 4 het


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soveral tbouand!

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T^aB 0keocke
M mats to
MIai It s a mat-
MUt that the
th cty la which
Sb t d has added
ob bmmc to the

tdis Wma&de has its
4aMee of the over-
of Prot Marphree of
FOOSe College,
b p hbim to the
S9t Umivr6Isty, and if
m I abet Prot. Morphree
s nI at eame pt a stop to

S. chairman of the
I i nAM cLearly shows that
UaMWe the success of a
B I toanmtat by the number of
. aMd tbat it was not the
IW t*e law-makers in found-
i ~Wlvrsty to rob the county
118 a and village kindergar-

Academy, to build up a patronage, in
190 only had ninety-seven young men
college students, though Virginia had
nearly three times the population of
Florida. The University of Virginia
struggled for fifty years before it
reached an enrollment of one hundred
and seventy-six young men college
students. It took Princeton one hun-
dred and twelve years to reach an en-
rollment of two hundred and eighty-
one young men college students.
Rollins and Stetson
Rollins College, in the twenty4three
years of Its existence, reached a to-
tal enrollment of young men college
students of a like grade as those per-
mitted at the University of twelve.
Stetson University, with its magnifi-
cent buildings and large endowment,
in the twenty-one years of its exist-
ence. from 1887 to 1908, reached a
like enrollment of fifty-six. The
West Florida Seminary. in the forty
years of its existence, reached an en-
rollment of boy collegiate students of
ten. The Florida Female College
had in college classes last year fifty-
six. and thirty-four in the sub-fresh-
man class. Of course, it is known
that there is a normal school there,
and this accounts for the rest of the
I have meant it to be understood in
the above comparisons that I am
speaking of boy collegiate students of
like grade at the University in the
statement of attendance At some of

B'a letter. it seems to us. the institutions
sad conclusive, and we tendance, but v
I initti prison of you
Sn laying it be s because
men at the Un
iM mayas I have tried
I ~1vemrty as nearly four vars nient, but I fe
1T rybod) knows that bi:te'rness am writing thi
Sar a timE. 4.w'au*s the old in- al responsibiht'
l e"r abolished. You know of the board o
Ad was W plain sailing when
SONgMe was changed. I doubt if
O-M people know the difficulties A SUGGESTI
Wh O the institution was con-
N tr t first year. Necessar-
had tou e erected at the y chart. pi
I m and them funds at hand were informed
1111m0let to maret thet nceos- wert informed
4nad4 upot thte board of con- sis show that t
We hav, n.-ver yet had availa- in the main del
oe ney to do the things es of filth, etc
Ib the w 'nlrsty. but in spite me that a g
ItSo I make the- following stat- that a g
ith w perfect confidence that cleaning up co
SbMeW IMSe. successfully assailed, and by a pro
1I'lverMtty compares favorably death knell of
as IMttu(tkm of higher learning
th the'r state universities of trying insects w
~-h' It provides twice as much If it could be
as was actually provided in any there could be
r late NstWitutions five years week or six da
-T work be-in done at the ex- ideneplace
statUi is of more. bneflt to idence, place
MSGdp nsew than it has ever been. tle. street, sqi
1 0r1 ttr,1t is being taken by building would
gOMers of tie state than has ever renovation wit
t h ae bteore,
ea C ter b f Work nimount to get a
R S POter oa the work being every known (
a1 MIe be assaled. I know what place for flies,
ies.. Mr Aditor. when you say destroying the
OM I'alvertty has not achieved
gbls I s bold have: you refer ble-makers and
do" a t(sdasc Anl I regret and neighbor
as a y ne That the impres- pests. Then, w
sem to prevail that numbers collected, it sl
oI of the suwess of an educa-
I gMutims And let me say sprinkled with
awt Wit the latention of crtti- ceptacles to aw
miy retUutitoa. but by way of wagons. As t
a stuibr fact. that the num- bly be a great a
t f ts enrolled at several of
s@9kges of tIh state is mislead- cumulated, it
St namplI. If one of the in- place for the n
pah*e1 In its catalogue ate in a lively
Sit students. whereas we eral available
del- Ia truth that there is
Sea f attm.rsity. the popular im- used in carting
at oese rmslts that the I-ni-, d. The paid
Is mN acteIvtng the success, nished with on
It. as tW hebld of education in! prisoners, this
4 a1110. ovlt to achieve At the
tSe ui qitrila W1 wa passed.! lthe collection
w- ewr oravul htnntiitutons with i !-'s" objectionab
m os s larg-r than the piresetit Think of the mi
emt at t b I tlierii. hlti anr wtiuld he depr
Slgm it ( of '1h.. Itt i'tidatic.- at.
t .tt ,, on* at th tim,. he ,,v unu ful livelih
va tt rh,..l *ill l hi tha' th.* nt- ork-td oult.-C
t i of ,-,ll. gratl I iO'i "
I ',i-l ti'+ -ii ll ani th,' a'- OF INTERE

s girls are also in at-
we are making the com-


To the Editor Ocala Banner:
Regret to learn through Friday's
Weekly Banner that the Hon. Alfred
is still suffering from that attack of
indigestion wnicn, now, seems to be
complicated with biliousness. The
attack seems to have been brought
on by his failure to assimilate Three
Stars, plus a skunk.
Now, I knew the Hon. Alfred would
eat a crow, for I heard him admit it
from "the stump," but I did not think
he would try to devour a skunk, and
try the strenuous methods of dis-
lodging him that he admits he tried.
Now, my illustrious friend, don't get
a further complication and go into
So you have decided to quit, have
you? Well, I think it is time; at-least
until you get control of your nervous
system. If you can't stand criticism
keep oprt of public print.
Now. my friend, during the sixteen
years I have known you we have talk-
ed frequently on many subjects, and
always good naturedly, even though
we did not agree. During this time
I have listened to your political


When the present constitution was
adopted, Article XIX. of that instru-
ment, which provides for local option
in this state, was bitterly fought by
every liquor man in the state.-Madi-
son Enterprise-Recorder.
Let's get this right. We are not de-
fending -the liquor people, but it is a
fact that the present Article XIX., at
the time of its adoption, was fought
by the temperance people of the state.
The result was that Judge J. Wof-
ford Tucker and Judge J. G. Speer of
Orange county, made a strong fight
for its adoption. It was a compromise
measure in the constitutional conven-
tion, and the latter distinguished
Floridian was the author of it.-Lake
City Index.
Were it not for the memory of Col.
J. H. Ancrum and Rev. J. N. Reid.
both long since deceased, we would
have no comment to make on the
foregoing from the Index.
The facts are that Hamilton coun-
ty. was the first county in the state
to abolish saloons and this it did in
isS:., two years before Article XIX.,
was adopted. It was brought about
by the united efforts of 'Col. J. H. An-
crum, Rev. .J. N. Reid. Rev. Thos. J.
Nixon andl the editor of Ihis pa;)er,
ani, ihf," gentl lmln are !'!, real ;iu-

rng men college stu- talks. read your writings and votedt.hors of Article XIX. alouh Ju
thersite are only yog for you. Once, a long while ago. you Spoer introducled it in thi ( .r invention.
to condense this state- dared me to enter a newspaper dis- Two of if>ntilton counfvt5 repre-
ar it is too lengthy. I cussion with you. I declined the test ntaTivt-s in tLIt conl ittiwiil con-
s upon my own person- of ability. I feared your pen. You ni i. os N. ,II anl ton.
y. and not as a member venfion. Hon. Thos. N. 1ll and fon.
f control, an ex-member of the legislature an Al. ip,,, a. a,,. and al-
N. P. BRYAN. a public man. and I a private citizen, .hough they were. a oied. ,) Th ar-
I rwho had never written a line for pub- ticle 'hey w ill stifv- It) 'be cor!'ret-
ON FROM PENSA- lication-was too unequal. And. pos-1noss of our sti ateen.
COLA itively, Hon. Alfred, until the first, of RI Ts. 1. Nix i a rsi-
- my Three Star articles appeared in Ri of Thoal. J. Nixon is n ir of the-
cture and lecture, we the Banner. I ne er had writt-'n a .. al. .- ...; it .... ile

at the state tuberculo- lin for publication.
he larvae of flies wereI I never ran for office, never held of-
posited in stables, plac- fico, and don't want an office.
It has occurred to As for my write-up. must say I
*neral and systematic went into it in perfect good humn)or.
uld be agreed upon, and am still pleased. Honestly, you
per co-operation the have amused me. I have not laugh-
millions of disease-car- ed so much since the '94 freeze, at
would be made possible. any one thing, as I did at your abuse
worked to a system of Three Stars in the Daily Banner of
L set aside one wholh the 14th. You have been at a disad-
ays wherein every res- vantage from the first. You were
)f business, alley, sta- prominent in the limelight of public
uare, dock and public office and your position was perfectly
be given a thorough clear to me. while I assumed an iden-
h the one idea para-tity at which you could not ( ven

t. find out and destroy
or suspicious breeding
mosquitoes, etc., thus
colony of winged trou-
d securing for ourself
a peace from these
when all filth would be
tiould be plentifully
lime and placed in re-
'ait the city scavenger
here would indisputa-,
imount of filth thus ac-
might not be out of'

guess. But there is no longer any
question between us. You have de-
clared yourself in favor of state-
wide prohibition, and it is for that
that I am working.
But I am not ready to disclose my
identity. These Three Stars may yet
serve my purpose to a still better ad-
vantage, but in due time the Banner
will publish my name in full and you
may read i-t.
Now, Hon. Alfred, if you want to
come back at me, do so: I no longer

municipality to co-oper- fear your pen. I have indulged in
manner and place sev- harsh names nor bitter personality
spare wagons. to be and am not going to: but if I cho
away the stuff collect- to criticize your public writings I-
drivers could be fur- do so as long as the columns of
ie vr two able-bodied press are open to me; and if I k
arrangement to make myself in due bounds, using no ha
and disposition work names nor abusive language, w
ble and more thorough. matters the name I use?
millions of insects which: N ow. Honorable and Illustrious
ived of an otherwise fred. I hope your digestion has reti
.ood if this matter is ed to its normal condition. and
or. Pensacola Journal. you appear to be healthy. you will

ST TO TEACHERS doubt stay so. provided you make-




%am INadtile ui lare.'ly of :. "i- io:'-e undue attempts to reach tL,
h. hot. .'in the .! T ach-Stars," and (lo not get over-heat.,d
of 'ho ,iI th. The pial review term for teach-in your efforts to catch a skunk a(.
as &a1- f'nmi lh.t' (<-l Elus.iot that irs at the Stetson Normal school will aIo do not ittenpt to ea t ao .
tho. exp| Intention( of the open on Wednesday. March :;lst Speabove all, do not ttenmpt to eat 1)ot
man hill th lthe otate insti' ope n ededaMarch ,st. Stars and skunk at the same time.
ahhll er education should noti ;ll rucd rates can he secre l You appear to have lost sight of the
o niitsonm with these pub- over all the Florida lines by applica- r
4a 1 lirtng the years 1,.. t i ion to local ticket agents. The orggual cause of your discontent and
lS th were enrolled at 17 tioh n to locPassenger Association and confine yourself to such petty quib-
S72 tollrege students, and heSoutern Passenger Association and bles that one does not care to take
7weherl The stub-freshantithe Florida East Coast Railroad Corn- notice of you.
to the th-i'rsity corresponds pany have issued such instruction to
Sthe -eleethb giad. In the. high their agents. The Stetson Normal Yours very humbly,
Ia. aesd wTas estabiTshed because school will offer review courses in all
| oM s unyotitl th h tignth hooradeof the subjects in which teachers are SOPCHOPPY CLAIMS ITS OWN
i t did so evem to the board wise examined for any grade of teacher's How the Festive Flea Takes Posses-
g ithat the young men of these certificate in the state of Florida. In How the Flea Take Po
abeld hbe denied admis- th sion in Fair Wakulla
Sth erst whrder to encourage the public school The Sopchoppy Argus expatiates
b advan as far as their teachers in their efforts to build up on 'the habits of fleas in Sopchoppy
al Wpreided Il struction for. an efficient common school system, and Wakulla ounty thus:
S~saer*me t he Stetson Normal school offers free "The common Wakulla county a-thus:
te seMa earellmet of 72. tuitionfree room rent and a reduc- e county va-
ey.Is a small num- tuition, free room rent and a redu- riety of ea (DaTu pestierous
be~aNm as t Is oIt is the larg. edi rate of boarding to all Florida cussibus) is a cross between a ttle-
m b of yeung men college stu- teachers and prospective teachers snake and a ksngseoo. He is a first
Sde ever enrolled in who wish to take the reviewcourse and a kangaroo. He is a rst
AM nthe tmte. It is i k the sri course cousin to the vampire, but he hias no
VoIn meia in Uge students than offered during the spring term. be- wings. He don't need any.
ae il s e i tI Sttson and Rol- ginning March 31st and closing June "As to habit, the flea is comopoli-
L he two thr leading institu- 1. Railroad tickets can be bought t an. He is equally at home on plhe
Se alse biiedth all the on March 29. 30 and 31, and will be bear or a goat. on the back of a log
t St e'.. It is as good for return as late as June 2. or in the silken hosTery of an aristo-
of h e res as were enrolled For further particulars address Di- crat. He is a great pedestrian, and
W f rtttioms abolished by rector A. L. Suhrie, DeLand, Fla. his favorite stunt Is to amble tp your
1mm 181 put together. his favorite stnt to amble p your
1b eade fr the alversIty to grow HALCYON HALL ON FIRE spinal column, dragging a bunch of
bmrd e sch ofos te staH bull nettles after him. If you decide
a stm agmte to contemplate The Miami News-Record of Thurs- to dislodge him and organize a search
Sp thee wee only 91 boys day tells of a serious fire in Halcyon down around the anecdote of your
M e staie ofFlorida in the Hall. one of Miami's best hotels. This shirt, at that very instant he is sik-
St~a; e this Is a fact. hotel has not had a very successful in a forty-oot shaft to the hindmost
Stor n 0s atM season, and owing to poor business collar button region of your neck,
W" Sst an attendace at closed its doors last Sunday The and when you viciously slam your In-
SofsWra l ri- o tdredlon started in the rear of dex finger on the exact spot on your

m Mr st ats before de-. the hotel, destroying all that section, neck you feel him sink his fangs in
EL40 a6W t itU to a tail- Ilndi., i ...rnu..- ,* .. .,-_ your skin. When you decide he has

'I. Its l W i iil Ic r I res tll Wn ii
.io the samni tiing.
Thus it appears that ' I'peranII
people" w.ert' ith( real -al hours o, Ar-
Siide XIX.-J.sper N,'ws.


Why not begin now a vigorous fight
against the filth-born, disease-carry-
ing. or stable fly? The weather will
soon be good old summer time in
Florida. Clean up the promises. The
flies are responsible in a large meas-
ure, the doctors say. for much of ty-
phoid and other fevers. The nasty
things swarm in the sick room, cover
sore spots, and thon havw no more
manners than ;o take possession of
every dish on the tabb,. Kill them
before they are born. Fill up with
or put lime on the breeding places.-
Arcadia News.


Some persons and papers are hav-
ing much to say about the coming
legislature "eliminating the objec-
tionable features of the primary elec-
tion law."
There is but one objectionable fea-
ture in the law and that is every
word, syllable and letter contained in
If the legislature eliminates but one
of the law's "objectionable features"
it is gooy-bye Isham to the whole
shooting match.-Jasper News.


Mi11 h time will b', saved', in lt'on-
inIg a ,i i'-,lwiv t ion giown it my plan is

Firs', call ithe whol, fal ily. S':irt-
iling at the top. failher take's from i"l
to 4mil. ig I brother Archibald
from 4mi to ::;n,. sister Mary from :2i"
lo 271-, little brother Frederick tromn
275 to 1540. little sister Mabel trom
150 to 10. and baby Henry from to to
1. The whole ordeal in this way will
be over in ten or firteen minutes:
otherwise it would take hours.-A. A.
T.. in New York World.


A mill for the manufacture of
cockle-burr soap has been established
at Natchez, Miss., and is being oper-
ated on such an extensive scale that
it is said carloads of cockle-burr
weeds are being shipped to it daily.
It is indeed gratifying to learn that
the despised cockle-burr can be put
to a more useful purpose than that of
tangling a cow's tail so she can lam-
bast the noses off those who attempt
to milk her. If cockle-burrs make su-
perior soap there is a fortune in store
for some inhabitafits hereabouts.-
Winder (Ga.) News.

The fearful weather on inaugura-
tion day might have its uses and good
results if it could induce a change of
date for the incoming administration.
The subject has been mooted a great
many times, and Senator Hoar was a
strong advocate of the change. It
was almost by accident that the new
government under the constitution
was instituted to start on the fourth
of March, and it really adid n ,at

put mTh Suinwe to


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convenient to do
kitchen work on a
stove that's ready
at the instant wanted,
and out of the way the
moment you're done.
Such a stove is the New
Perfection Wick Blue
Flame Oil Cook-Stova
By using it you avoid the
continuous overpowering
heat of aoal fire and cook
with comfort, even in dog-
days. The





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is so constructed that it cannot add perceptibly to the heat of
a room; the flame being directed up a retaining chImay to
the stove top where it is needed for cooking. You can
see that a stove sending out beat in but oe di-
rection would be preferable on a hot day to
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If not with your dealer, write our nea est ag ncy

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~JLa^ r@lAmp
for family u--e gate,
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arn speclImt christsmas price-lbut -FREE- Ivtra;
gifaraiitet- exactly a., reprje~et~teI:, or you~r Ltwo!c, .' n
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Stands Like a Stone Will
Turns Cattle, Horss, Hogs-Is P-lraeiy o isbuma I

S v urnew fence for vars to ccme. C th- i ,vv '-. ..,,
11h:11e, the good galvanizin-, the \eac'-:v .
t; t i. nir t to hard nor too s. ft. 0
S\Ve can show you this fence in ,ur st k n, * n
superiority, noc oaly in the r dl but in the tie.d. .:.4 6., j-a: .
oiNr prices.


H. B. CLARKSON, Manager



Home Cured Hams Bacon.

We Wish To Annoume Tit We (


and are prepared and fully equipped to alndo

allmeat offered us. We are better equipped and

have experienced men in charge. We prom

ise you courteous and prompt srvice and a

square deal. P. O. Box 687.



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,, ., ., ,,. 4 41 2.%ill i- ... .... ""the prettiest children's parties of the
---- Mr. J. A. Pitiman has rented his season at which she entertained a
r* ' '- *". *to t' ,' ihoine to Mr. Knapp. the White sowv- number of her young friends yester-
,I ,ai .* h.* ile -;1 "" ";rig machine agent. Mr. P Ittman ha&sl a att-rnoon. She was assisted in
S..-, M' I,.11l Ia o iO h. paste gon to Jacksonville. where he will entertaining her guests by her moth-
..-., ire r of h <'orn.wr er and her aunt. hiss Platt. Num-
-.-1,. b1 taL olhCorne r ,remain for some time visiting his son. er an, her aunt. iss Platt. Nu-
S.. ~ ,, -- t'. w.,- r-1.0n'ly Ipur- pr. J. H. Pittman. bers of interesting games were play-
aI-, .1 %r, J-I--v, Ite n t n i Hoti n-on. e ed on the lawn. after which delicious
.. \.s ,p i,,.Il., h~r.'- a'li Mrs. C. E. Abson and children. whole tintities were served, and all had a
,...i : : w ill aviin hae' been spending the winter at royal good time.

e' .!. I "... a:,e4 *'.' ,''si. ,,I i M "I. A"t..a0 Mr. Robert \V. 'F.rguson. whose

-f,:.! M rs. .l.-'.-.s r *r ~ -. *] "" l' utat) i < a turkey trower. is1
:: ,,i 10 see he ,' I:-. ; r,. r- :-- la 'y sp ;'ea ling. w as a lj )nd,!;i
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LoCal and Pers a Miss Jessie Owens of Sparr was H OR DIT O MASS MEETING AT FAIRFIELD THE STORY OF OUR WONDERFUL and aK
__sI.hopping in Ocala Wednesday. T L I DI GROWTH AND DEVELOPMENT formali
i* 1' H* %on r*-pre.-mnted the i Resolutions Adopted Opposing the But '1
S. -., in i> ala Tuesday. I Mr. C. E. Adams of South Lake County Division Scheme A glance at the map of the i'nited sourh is
- Weir spent Wednesday in the city on HAVING A BIG TIME IN YE AN- States tells in so marvelous a manner are 'ur
I (sines*. CIENT CITIE-TWO BIG BAN- Fairfield, Fla., March "27 1909. |o gS a -
M-m. N*.i,* nd hil- the st y of progress. and dv(Ilop-
Art,.-.. ,.: l, ,, T h ioQUETS-HARRY L. BROWN T taBnc lBrar
..,... N,.:. .1-*,, a M 'i Mr. R. A. Harmon of Orange Lake NEW PRESIDENT OF To the nEditor Oata Banner: n tart 'the mind almost halts ad Th ,
iwas registered at the Montezuma yes- ASSOCIATION A Iarg' representation of the citi- the ,nagination is staggered at the (,)as ra
M' *' \ I-.aAnjtoj has .s!** To terday. -zenship of the district that would be contemplation. It reads almost like *,r fore.,
I ho sh*.. will : nl -- .Special o Ocala Banner: affected by the formation of the pro- one of the Arabian Night's entrtat- Flrta
r s.r. r. and Mrs. oi W. Daval are St. Augustine. Fla., March 31.-The posed Bloxh county, held a mass f the Arfarian a
1,,4111 -k wi'th t-r .,o )#-.,!now occupying their new cottage on ments.
'' o t new oOkowa.a avenue. .Florida State Press Association meet- re this afternoon at three hundred ear ao th
Okiawaha avenue. On. hundred years ago the popula-
inC being hild here is one of the 11.1
SM eI k (of h oi h her is oe of he o'clock. ?ion of Ohio was smaller than that of a
M,- 1a..j I.,,d lastf Sunday ita nrih Miss Eloise Smoak has retJrned most pleasant and sucessfl i the J. 11. Mathews was elected the city of Jacksonville today the o A .
i ~a d 1s La from a pleasant month's visit to rela-Ihistory of tn organization. The chairman and Mr. .1. K. Mixson was city of Chicago was unborn and the i
a' ,t Hill ies at Floral City. members are being simply overwhelm- chosen sriar.v immense scope of territory stretching irimr

Fire Chiief Hampton S. Chambers d with courtesips at the hands of the Expres-ions from those pr-semr from that magic city to the Pacific
rdon. ho aha been is taking in the Ponce de Leon citizens and the local press. who were interested fully demonstrat- ocean was supposed to be a desert
4,Al,,I Mr. ;. ,r ( Clow- for th".tration at St. Augustine. A banquet was given to the Faber ,d that "hey did not desire to have waste, unfit for human habitation. pre
ila, ***. k ha, r-.tmrtd to bhr home pushers at the Alcazar audi'oriumi old Marinm interfered with and was so declared by some of our veg3 abh
a' ar Now that Easter is near you should last night and another is on the pro- on. M. L. Payne offered the fol- earlier statesmen in the halls of con- fruit, li

*".* those Suits, Coats and Panut. for gram for tonight at the famous Ponc. iowing resolution, which was unani- gress. nanas, a
k' -*- th.el Turn-r aad Abbiel men and boys. All the latest shapes de Leon hotel. ouly adopted, Add half the number of years to sm-tr
tt, at th. Orala Hic:b School left and colorCs. H. B. Masters Co. 4-2-adl. At Loday's business session of the ".. Vherd. It has come to our hose mentioned and we go back to honeysur
Tu.*.ia. f,.r ,,Iz.lan w r- th.v, will r.h stock ma and association the following officers noledge that there will he intro- the period when Canada belonged to hbis
trucker of Mcintoshk was registered were tlaected: dluced during the session of the' legis- France; when Washington was a othr ra

WE CAN SAVE YOU FROM 20 TOat Ocala House yesterday. ',arry L. Hrowr. St. Augusin Re- lature no.v about to convene a bill to modest Virginia colonel, and he birds of
ES P CIE NT. ON YOUR EASTER! or.H HresHsna ta'.e a p.irtion of Marion county to [United States formed a loyal part of son
SUIT THE GLOBE 4-2-1tw. Mr. A. N Goodwin. after spending FPrac.k Harr:.. Ocunia Bamner. vice f(.,rm a l,.w county to be known as the British possessions, and there was h.alth-r
.several days in the city on business. j -eid.-. iloxhan county: nid,. no speck on the political horizon to as
STopkin. of the rn of uri'o hi home at St ar T. .1. A :ard, Lake City Index. hras. It is democratic princi- indicate the struggle that in a few .anuar.
T ,pk; & Cobb. has on to .Allan- -dns,.ay. secre::.ry. 'ta i t.he .V)ic of the p people years was to lay the foundation of ,
hvo' ill pur h - heard: therefore be it. the greatest republic in the world. country
o' ho-.-* a,4 ,al foer th,.ir s!,.-i 1Mr,. Charles White of New Yo'k i 'ina .-cord,. tre;surer. "Isolve.,t. That we. *the citizens of One hundred years ago there were th
b-* ,ni~ thL city. l0--king after his business (C L. I Hi in:- r. (Ohala Star. Florida f-'l]eningtm, Fairtield .and other por- no cylinder presses in the United
tilt*,rests in andl around Or-als. at I i-< c -m;* ii' Na' ioal lEdiorial in of. Marion county. lying and be- States. nor any other part of the in-
%It 4 M M rlphy. tnw of h.* mols im'nl s
a cllest oof tihle ocalol.ou eh. ... -sH.ut- '.,!). ,t-, i .1 t,, i-rritorv the said bill con- habitable globe; there were not as l,, '
, .. -fur .-, i h ~,rwr .runk..s'- T- .... n : Is o tn a,, asociatit ,,a,:m t'ine in th. new county. many newspapers printed in the Unit-
.ea. foara-,- :n h. Anh,. r..,. l 11ast,:" E \ills of Co r ; ..agast an States as There ar lyr aaint an States as here are in Florida to-
ps, a.o.o L,. vistoro tO O'al: opka. a stu-l,( (if the h.igh, shool Tl' ... ... i. :: :,sly i , 'T a {l th-re. Erie is only four, -ar.- ;. ;. -i i: .rea prI ;,.- ..R ,;, ha we respectflly bore no comparison 'to the newspa-

ST .* o and! i i ill th," 't rh grade. : t. i: lall!n 1, : sr; ( uan tor and rep r,.Pers of our times. T r
. ,I ,- ..: m.,n.' ,,, i .,, ,- ~" -' -.n"- ,',n N Marion county to u1 It was in 1,09 that Fulton received
I:. M. I Ir Brad to oril \ \ bb, preti' oW t h,. 21. ..ii,,, of th 04 Re.' if to etfeai th pa ss-his first patent from the United Stat.s
S. : ;,, ,,,, .. w ,:' se;lea!,b [Lil. o ',, y. "-; ', y , ,-,i.:o,.rs ,. . , ,, ,.asur, r il. a(-tor his model for steam navigation.
., r. ,7. \ t <]'; v. \a uni:on; rl o, b lsiness )i -|,s n : t ',' ad.ay apn is D ;'. h npirv in S* '. * .' "' f rin'k i'vx \\edl,..s .:.t.: Ia !,i- s,:',',,s. cn.('0 i : r e fore its principles we're app- r.c,
t FS SL S AT THE D p hs re l L\NK HARRIS. Th:-.,.;ry ;s in ruct., to il to railway development.
GLUSE ARE GUARANTEED THE nii.l coi. s of th minu-, o(f t'hi ()ir palatial sea-zoing steanishi..
SIST VALUES IN THE CITY FOR ',;m S:anford. where she has be'a on THE FANNIE R. GARY MEMORIAL ," r
MI MONEY 4-2 tw .: i' ;n h,.r husband. who, is il he ALL nw oti1. 1to e OLala Tin,.r ant I-:rio ,s Pullman cars. Our c .dl, r
'- l r b business in that thriving :,-O Ocala ;ar. pret-s s an(d daily ne,'pai'r. our .
\ ; The n in Iiien adj i:rnA. si- ire and wireless ., legrfpls, o r p o-
STh, e DI)ickson Chapter. Daughters of it,, ..
S(' '"' :" r' ar,"' nakig activ-. jc(i to the cail of the chairman. rne:;;h.s and typ,-s-ettig rnach ,
'pe ( uj'fed.r.c. are makinL active.-
; a -.;. '.,i ,',.. :,l, : ;, ,s ,,, .:,If its.. k ,, t. t b ii s.e lime in J. K M1 XS()N. S -cr ar,. u" postal service. postal c' ard.. fri
S'', \\..'. ,-', ?,, 4 '. *; |.;':I"- i.'.. t:o b'ia i;!: 1 ,- -, 1 'r f' -f 4 1 l ..... sh, ,e p),'e,'h-l adin .nd i'
' ar tili re, a hall which' tl l x-i i"'
S pir. nar re a hal whch thPOSTMASTER AT McINTOSH SUI- ,;..rle.s uns. smokeless po,'er n
S ; nihs. i.,: -s sho-, \ 'i pe'i 10to call the Fauiie R11. Gary Mere- CIDES mi trickri c heain- and i .
Sl 1 ,.- l H. t. Masters ('C. 4 2-..d. ori:J Hai .11 -
S- ;, 'hoho-.eravitire en' -'tirVin and ;>rin ,
S .-. Pr *' I'.- has .i r. S. Feinlier. proprior of t ho ble tot Fr T: n. k rson and tl!' safety lmp.
,,. .' i he,.-- i ;,::b.'r P iartn:nt Store' in l)un-_v.ry ni('e luildin ia. but have not yet Sheiff ;G aloway received a wire, n:' :! -proof safes anl Iclks. sre \..
..,. \. ,i-,..... t, Ie,.l.. 'n. as mu th.- (.i: on businetiss id'('d, a llhlO r,'gardin" the ar- bot t o'clock last night say'nw l thbat ioing watches. co ton fa:cto, ,.
S,. I .,. '. \-,.i,.. .. t, was companiesi 4hit,,('tur o the building. It will be Pont.m ster Dorsey of Mclntosh na! -,.,vip maclincs. the wonderful a- OBJECT
h ;t', -is .,:a h,,.. Miss S rah. who a Ilrnorial t)o Mrs. (;ary. who tas b. n murered, and waned lf Oin i %y of farm labor savin: g t ii".
who I n iu r \(:le r.tah. '
-, .' t....e'r" rtih day pI-asanrlyv ith friends. be.ti h e 1- ilent of bDikison Chap- z bloodihounds and come up bl,".* .!,. automobiles. pui lic libraries '
ter sint is organizationo . Mrs. Gary dliately. a.nd pliblic schools, in anything l ike ,
S, \\,i,- 'l:tl! aind' Miss Claire' J-yan, tb+ charming is Arat'y beloved by e very Daughter As Sheriff (all)oway went out ,o the presi' meaning of these i i afnven- o,,h ,,
.' ' il' ,' iIan hter t)f Mr. and Mrs. j. M. Bry- ad i by every (Co' felerate veteran,, procure an automobile and hound liion<, aildinces. i devices and in-sti'rT- ,
4.' t M n o' TerTrI. Fa. is in th ci:. vis- nd a building in her honor will meet a,, was just about r.ady to leave for ions. w.r t; ,rly unknown one hun-
f,' ;'.' I t'*... r n.o L. r .--sr,,:'sn,. .s. C. S, i 1. cwj;0 t h h a tv. approval and conm -; Teintl sh he receive ,edi another wire ,dr'd years a o. ',,..
w h 'u S":'. ;uid \. M. Ha.'. n n ion of '\e"yoi;. She is Nt no- saying that fun ber investigation had ce'rniry ago the loom and spin- \\'1r. ,.
,.._.,,.* >, ". -b- 1)(' 4 nI;.iIl. allli tlits will be an hou- revealed hbe fact itat the postmaster Ning whtl,. w .re a part of the family ijY .v,
r w rthily b. towed.. I as ln i
- Mr and Mrs. l)'kh of Thomnas.-ill'. .dr worthilv bestowed. ad committed suicide,. 'quipmint; clothing was caruld.t lai n
M .adv, i hha co mtetind 1.1d
Sa *. are in thi'-' c(il. ,-i*sts of Mr. D)e- A note was found in which he stat- spun. woven and niadl' !n the ho-i-.e- i F, r
Se'' '' t "' t i''1 kle"s .ister. Mrs. J. 11. \'hifield. ie- hA DELIGHTFL PARTYt he intended to end his life. hold: the printing press was a (cuz-i
, *, l *" ',re returning home Mr. and rs. Ltle iss Elizabeth Davis was ie had shot himself in the stomach brous machine. worked by hand, aud I OCALA
kle will visit thei-jr son hi Tampa. who the elihtful young hostess at one of and a'-o cut his throat. such familiar things as nails, knives. MU
~1 .- l' tsaru of' ut th p ttt \i parie of t b scs>r 0h V Aeaf U^Y r1l .* .- ,aI .- l *j.,

-i .P w U, v j |.c- JL-.- ra.urol. l r" o 'u .*,.. LI O, o a o si, .si p' H) ns.l
only a few months and not being fa- axes, hoes, shovels, locks, keys. bolts, Mr J R. Hi*.wti' 5, t, ha ia
miliar with its duties, it gave him a reinforced concrete, structural steel, the sta:.e hot',ual prtn., "ml~ aI
great deal of worry. and an army of kindred things. so far Mario,, Farn,. T,..-vl.i. rp, ve
Postmaster Crom of this city re- as being manufactured in this coun- a4
mUwssag fronm ht., -,,i Mr J IL
gently sent Mr. Borden up to McIn- try, were almost, if not totally, un-
tosh to straighten out his books for known, or at best, were in their very t. Jr. in Th hc* l*axi"" 'e-t 'ea
him, and since which time it was infancy. wingo hat h.;. ,*',r.t 'hr c rho.
thought that he was getting along all Themre were not as many postoffice .r.4
sh,,riff ,et I..,I, ",",, 1'
right, but being an exceedingly con- in the United States one hundred laasse "'
sgo'ntio us n:,,ti he was afraid thl'.a' .' y''aris )o as there' are now in Flor-
'4 .'a doi wCri \h'rii w lii(ch pr'-y ,-I ;i,,ii ';!:e (ch i;:' i(0s'; ,' w as n; ( i,' i; ' .
his m i';d. nd it is th uightr that '*!i;- .r I' n i ii. a:t>, ht;l ;i)n'. s.;'' ,..
wa;s rihe ' of Ihis ra.-: act. f: ; "'- ..." .: ;';n ,,e r I4 ')'S "-'. 0 ,' 'r r t.
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hmm*ds ---
fiabesee True Democrat
e removal of the Univer-
tarta from Gainesville to
-4ahe City ladex.

.L L Potter will build a Clar-
b elM at Daytona Beach at a
~.W,000. The hotel will be
sear the automobile club
a the beach

Oflchrist will not appoint
for loeon county until the
ir executive committee
a recommendation Sounds
di times.

wmn a piereof Columbia coun-
help create one of three out of
el. Well. we don't know about
any of roir territory.-Lake


Ia 18M0, eleven years before the out-
break of the civil war, In ls seat in
congress, Mr. Horace Mann of Massm
chusetts predicted that If there should
be a civil war between the north and
the south, it would be difficult to ex-
aggerate the immediate evils which
would befall the interests of New
Eagland and other parts of the north.
That its commerce and manufactures
would suffer at least a temporary de-
rangement, but that that picture
would be as nothing in comparison
with the occurrences at the south.
Here he believed that the chains of
slavery were so galling and that the
negro was so rampant for freedom
that every one of them would become
an incendiary with a torch in his
hand; and the south would be lurid
with its midnight flames.
In a little more than a decade from
the time this speech was delivered
the war was upon us, but there was
no derangement of the manufactures
of the north; but instead they became
more busy than at any other period
in their history. The owners had re-
inforced themselves for the emergen-
cy and the contract for furnishing
supplies for the army. clothing, tents,
blankets, saddles, harness, wagons,
food and provisions, was a God-send
to the farmers and manufacturers of
the north. No factory was idle, and
the price of every product of the farm
was multiplied and turned into gold
dollars. There was a revival of every
industry, the printing presses were
set to work printing greenbacks and
bonds, which passed current and
flooded the country, and poverty im-
mediately put on the shoes of opu-
So far as concerns money-making,
there never was such a time before
nor since.
How was it at the south? Mr. Hor-
ace Mann's prediction was as wide of
the mark here as at the north. The
negro did not prove to be an incen-
diary with a torch in his hand.
Through it all he was docile, faithful
and obedient. This was owing to the
moral and religious instruction he had
received. The slave owners of the
south joined the army and hurried to
the front, leaving the women at home
to manage the farms, and that the
negroes would prove unfaithful, and
burn. pilfer and debauch, never for a
moment disturbed their sleeping nor
waking hours.
There never were such crops grown
before nor since. They were so abun-
dant that many good people saw in
them the hand of Providence. The
women andT negroes of the south not
only fed the armies of the Confeder-
acy. but in a large measure the Fed-
eral army as well, and be it said to
the credit of the institution of slav-
ery that the religious and moral les-
sons the owners instilled into the
slaves were so great, so ingrained.
permeating their natures so entirely
and completely. that throughout the
civil war period they committed no
inccndiaryism and no crimes that now
disgrace our annals and disturb our
peace of mind.


With due deference to the consoli-
dated and combined wisdom of the
press of Florida, the Times desires
to remark that the relative prices of
Tampa-made cigars and quarts of ker-
osene have nothing to do with the ac-
tion of the Standard Oil Company in
violating the laws. Because people
can be made happy and comfortable
by smoking two-tor-a-quarter Tampa
cigars and do so fix themselves nu-
merously is no ground for permitting
the Standard to break the law at its
pleasure. Still less does it justify a
high federal court in such rulings as
forbid the government to prove the
guilt of the culprit.
But desiring to keep the peace with
the leadership of the Florida press,
the Times will not attempt any dis-
cussion of the matter further than to
return its thanks for the recognition
of the superior value of a Tampa ci-
gar to a quart of kerosene, and to
suggest that if the aforesaid cigars
spouted out of the ground like petro-
leum the men who tried to monopo-
lize them would find extermination
their immediate lot. The human race
would not stand for it. and by com-
mon consent these inimitable bless-
ings are spread broadcast over the
earth at a fair and reasonable and
satisfactory price-free to all who
have? the fixed price, without rebates
or discrimination or favoriism of
any kind whatever. And also to sug-
gest that the average clear Havana
cigar finds itself joyously collecting
and remitting a higher price than a
whole gallon of kerosene. It must
not be taken as perosnal when we
say that an editor who connects cigar
values and kerosene values on ihe
quart-unit-basis is vitally uninformed
en the proportion of things. Tampa
cigars and kerosene are on a whole-
sale basis fairly matched in price one
cigar to one gallon.-Tampa Times.
Neither corporations nor individu-
als should violate the laws with im-
punity. but both individuals and cor-
porations should be given a fair trial
and be pronounced guilty by compe
tent courts of jurisdiction before be-
ing pronounced as malefactors.
The case against the Standard Oil
Company failed for want of proof.
In the case in question it was very
clearly established, at least to un-
prejudiced investigators, that the case
against it arose on account of an
error of a rate clerk in a railway of-
fice. and the setting aside of the sen-
sational fine which followed awaken-
ed very little surprise in any quarter.
The difference between kerosene
oil and a cigar is that one in-
dustry wa< built up by its own merit
: tI(! t.Le other by special favoritism
of the government. The latter has
been made possible in face of the
democratic contention of "all rights
for all and special privileges for
The Times says that if the Tampa
cigars spurted out of the ground like
petroleum, the men who tried to mo-
nopolize them would find extermina-
tion their immediate lot; that the hu-
man race would not stand for it; 'that
by common consent these inimitable
blesisngs are spread broadcast over
the earth at a fair. reasonable and
satisfactory price, which the Times
places at a sum equal to a gallon of
kerosene oil for one cigar.
Tb-t> are some of us, however.
who would like to enjoy the luxury of
a good Tampa-mad,' cigar, butt are
1-..l. ..

There are a great many cases, how-
ever, where it is impossible to keep
wood submerged in water, or in an
absolutely air-dry condition. In fact,
a large percentage of the timber
which is used is exposed to the
weather, and is subjected to decay.
because it contains enough air and
enough water for the decomposing or-
ganisms to get a foothold. Decay is
most serious where the atmosphere is
warm and damp. because these con-
ditions are most favorable for its de-
velopment. In the coal mines of
Pennsylvania tim'-er decays in two
or three years, because the tempera-
ture is warm and constant and the
air is damp. And in the south, the
warm. humid atmosphere often es the timber to rapidly decompose.
Decay may be prevented by two
general methods, by treating the wood
with antiseptics, thus poisoning the
food supply of the organisms which
cause decay and hy treating it with
oils which r'nder it watctrproof. A
combination of these two nmethods is
most commonilly used, as when uood
is treated with croosc--, which hills
ap the pores in the timber and ik'eps

I These crimes are the result of the l
a gallon of kerosene oil--minade so by i .V r
S-"- I teachings th- negroes have reciv edl Sr oe of Il i'
seventee.n caes against Mr. R. since their freedom. and their spar- s k l- aionll-for on oft whesi d Th' I-nitd S-i-s ,vornnww con-

bewn compromised ba\y, his pay- !-ruu"flIo.-s s-T
Uaght in the Vnited States couri ation from the mora.l nid religious moe. an.' a o ry win sof sha, siiers the invsi. ta aons of it. r ,
M n conprosed by his pay- training of their old masters. p 'or 1L. ow( g of thos- us to .h i it of timhr of nch
to thousand dollars to the gov smIi, hizg l]ike< a reasonable price. i p'l, ri'aic, ,1,t t,, I ,usin,-s of ofni
I- O '. i The-ri. is further indication at tlh 1i ut a] ointg )ha* k to tho water that i'tanch' -. fi in the
......... \\'istlitlt Ho -, nha P' tsi .n Tafdi in o t of l l ldoes ot ri u n. ,h :o of od
Mk rrtron. In the Benz racer, es- th Ties know hi many waers
S.... I i. m ak io l.'.lt t firll a!>ir! mlnts in the n t-spr.s rvation in tho tiro st seri,'! at)
h ed a new world's record at the uI thit 10 sIoIt oil;! of he ground-wa- n- i- *
south intends -7o consult as far as pos- \\ashngton, is giv.n over ,ntiral to
Detoa lth races. He covered sl dso lt as fr s s Ithat are good to cm-nr all the ills', hs orinof, rii. ts i co-*i.-
rsale the wishes of tm-h senators troin e'1 work of experientiits in co-oji'r-
it- Invitation . iolthe sates in which the offices trout hat flesh is h ir to-are monopolizel, at ion with railroad companies and iin-
r-. 4. seconds ePalmna. in h l i and no wat er :hta: is on the i i oli i fe Of
P7, in-Ili Iconts L Palifin
1 1 !.1. In i-pi!,Kl t this l ivl n prolong ing the lifo ot
ca% (C'clone. cailie in second ti d. o l tal m' .' : t s, lIs sr sio low a p-'ice' a i'ts i ,s. Iit :i

| rTbe AidoW( (t Luckv" Bailwin aTor -,l,.y 1) I. Smi'ih o! Sou'h 'it ;,r , I. I','tNf,)l ,u,( t' i i i \, iX 'l ',,, i'l s.i- '-"
fitfanli.,.s 'iltornia turfm an. r liit:t a I, ; i ii .< al'so 'v '' ,t{ t 1 1 "ivtii -ti'l%'a *1a dlt'toi s: I
1mtli -.. t-,<,t d. has retained se,\ etI ('o si ith Sinator' Tillman r,.gar.,' ,-r'.. h;:t has ,v, ('tolpl, ,i tha is ',l l The' -h it
t-.r i to ,.-re.ak hei late husband- In t ,h arlina oft *'.-s. .M r '"ta t, ite,' o k'' ae oil is ,xV 'iti I : i.', ()I e l T l,''it. T h .
w ill T h e- ** Is:a tl- is w o r th t $ ".'.-I a ls o ta s tI Id a'.r ,; il; lh I, : i l i i f tiIIt !!,, ,,I s a v in g
I i th lh osU ti Tlis I- ')l!I. : t.' s t-' ;: a ia
.. ... . : e' ;'i- n'\' :'dt 0'. t ('ti-el'!'y ;-v Il' ,, S i T ',' ''"hi il *e" 1-it 3" IIt iu' ''t ,.t ta ,Iriw s
Thw, va, a iooi > 'K 'x'cl iH sliho\\iul "Ft-x; as i a ,oi tItivii;s. TOf, -;Ill,' I ril 0.. plah.m; an t o t' r I m rwia I
a l< !\ "* t i' tl'I'n -.t'ola journall Its it is ,ic.lar>,,i. wvill Zippl, ', a !, ,A II -!t, ''. r,>,wals.
.... ,i '. ,; ib I) S i;('' Ti .) i i lil '', V ti, V .I ..
pay iOll Ngre'. in it i .- vars front fl t\ sou'ti!l.t-in states. h""'
olar a v 0e'< o, to n h'' lhaui ti ,* ihun-' ---..h...;l Of A a S. a d
dre-dl t. is 11w, ..' .... of ull e spap -,- The ab icio'tt-'.- of W'illit' i, 'i. .. .. .. .. '. .... i ..'- .:i <' i al m it' irty

The bolt xg d ient a' t.I~imi' bd lze('k:~- VOI JM**i.:- a( SO~,i ij X t!' h. a ia~timti oh
-C8, Ch I Iitg 0 lit m paieat'u litt ar' nizcd l1e l( li 'IIIt(t- te Xitat il ein h ,'u'a & t ho~
draau -to lkotstci> ,tovv that Iai r ci -U- T1he v'in t an .i.i l'i x i' ihi i s I. I *' N o by : o tii- euth sI;' s
duct has totit reatt',! 'itfyNlstile (-[it- htni- ta'd !o L!ti. k Holi. W ac ia t.j1'1aXi-tn
,It -u.*.eopt it\ hlilt- fieml'en's01 ofiol- and -hi in on tln-w h-ial. Tihe-d" G lf't(1
[tits I eitking To tlliv-. *el!d n lint
mian'- 11iiiiile'is Ja. ..,un 11.Io .'Cit i Cooncl. an-i -i keL~' t. I D'g 't
Tuaped b Itt Polce. ~ lwh~is a phimhlver of Sharoii. Pa. 'niti!t ii da('\k ttt'e''l tV
Tra iod b 11c soicc G 11 "'l-man is his uiiift' Slit, is f'olucalt,',!aiI -
ard~it l of jarrm hurg. Ila.. ai-cum.-d ti! ey x a'i x# Sl-H : lt "! 1,T ) dztla~ ti -"~'A 15-
embezzle-me nt in the suni of VS11ti~w p jian nt ht twho ji- iaral'! a, 11li i:! e;ia'-i
960( himself a- rh%, officers cof the law nall'iv made a l'ta'a~~ .t';K'i>t'T '"-i~i tlosa
wqwe torcing an exitrianct' into h i.,sldi oi' si
The~i'iniee -u '-tiors '11'11 1 '~it-, 'hwit~ll' selto a-irt-'nd
________ tdte' tieI, v.ho hata b lt--i, lmar'-, it: .'.Jitk-.,,ix'jle' hart t, 'o ti'at the'
Car-it Nation says Qa!thatIh'1- Futd sh ovecr flat tearing toffer-s tna&lc' ba I i' aistitPniitlt>i tltk- ele(
1_1 q),. 6t'- - -- -- --. ..r

eop~ l acK orFict ai .l'. I al u i .t.It- i- liil lSOie(i illn .la itl nad t'' -.t : ,
orations they have been so accustom- let the Plattier drop. or they nay g: it he :l-:ir

Opporchunity knocks at very mans, plicity of ,'.,iarts J .
dlure wanst. On some men's dures it;lict"'i with a I" *.. .s' -
hammers till it breaks down th' dure. siner'r s coiuri. I prI. -.
an' thin it goes in an' wakes him up court. start. i-ir,,e' .
if he's asleep, an' afterward it t of rcr .r
wurrks f'r him as a night watchman. court of r',-rt ,,,.
On other men's dures. it knocks an' cipal court. and i *- -
runs away, an' on th' dures of some peace. -oirt. \I -.
nien it knocks an' whin they come suppos.-idly r*,. .
out it hits thim over th' head with an wick#,d man it -
ax. But very wan has an opporchu-' % ". -" '
nity.--Mr. Dooley. row way. i :, .,
--------.-- --- lC't. ;l- 'itol:; ..rt
BENJAMIN C. YANCEY ,tli,',. i I .... I... -

D)r. Geortg E. Yancey., who stopped,)l
ov,-i in (.)cala o)n his wayv from I'rlta
tilla, \vhi r1.' li' atlt'nd,,d' his f:ithl ,
f'IIe'rutl. has Ir'urn.,-d to his he l{ iti
Okl:thomia City. I)r. ant Mrs. Y;n-
('ev are very uilch 0pi-aedl with
U"'v WhoTii' in the wes- and I)r. Wi,
. iwh s a spl,.nli,{ ,illtTrit i.
hidil jint iup a large praciict,. in !ia;
o'i v. Th,1 \ have- r.e'o'it Iv I ',.ih,sed,
a o1-itl! iful hi ni, ;I,' an! I "a V.r', I
.I !t: fiilv'y ;i ,' d. t I M ri,.I Y. anev w -
inrmrlv Miss \Aniti, Ml t)he-ws .,f t ,,

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- iate' ftir the- ittnr"ie's by 'the-' '~' I X tx i i

\i '''"i fitt' Jmore'stimilar' badge's are' to :. -i'' t Vi Atj '

v% hots'-' owntir,'s a tlply for hLii. Last tK_ 4 : >i '' ttj l' tit 'i

rk)5l'4 'c'Sts ) l114.tied to) the 'bridles a I'MtIitto !~~ '' A

n elaheF-la., Mare-h, 190l9. WitI' -*rwUil .
W\ashiigtorn sciti y ni V IIS .-, hij ked#ii' i: i- X l 1 ,' X- '
(on Thursday x it-n it 'ivas annoutnce'd'('Iowi f:d_~1~'t'..
that Mrs. Pierre Lorillard, .Jr., wife of no :ti~ '-- mm-.
the- great tobacco magnat", hiiidiitg im p ; -tllij.. ILI,-

heo dors'3, rn oi

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Piles driven by the hut dwellers of
tlfe Baltic centuries ago are as sound
today as when first placed. The wood-
en ccfflns in which the Egyptians bur-
ied their dead are i-.ill preserved in
perfect condition, after thousands of
years of service. -
The longevity of timber under these
two extremes of climate and moisture
conditions has naturally made peo-
ple ask. "What causes wood decay?"
The answer is. fungi and bacteria,
low forms of plant life which live in
the wood and draw their nourishment
from it. The little organisms are so
little that a microscope is required to
see them, yet their work results in
the destruction of billions of feet of
timber each year, and the railroad
corporation, with its crosstie bill run-
ning up into seven figures, and the
farmer who spends a hundred or so
dollars a year foi fence posts are
alike drawing upon the knowledge of
experts in all parts of the world in
efforts to learn the most economical
andl most satisfactory method of pre-
serving wood against the inroads of
decay. In studying the means of pre-
venting decay wood-preserving ex-
perts have learned many things about
the obnoxious fungi which says the
life of timber.
The small organisms can grow
either in light or total darkness, but
all of them requfre requisite amounts
of air, food, moisture and heat. If
one or more of these essential require-
ments is lacking they cannot live, and
the decay of timber will not take
place. Wood constantly submerged
in water never rots, simply because
there is an insufficient supply of air.
This condition accounts for the sound-
ness of the old Baltic piles. On the
other hand, if wood can be kept air
dry it will not decay. because there
will then be too little moisture. The
timber used by the Egyptians will
last indefinitely, s( long as i't is bone-


n a recent statement Mr. Henry The soil of lord par
Watterson said in effect thatif he ularly well adapted to the produrtions
attersonlieved the democratic party were of all kinds of root crops Turnips
believed the democratic party were radishes, beets, carrots. swat an4
merely an opportunist he would not Irish potatoes all thrive r-.markrabAl
concern himself about the future. well, and in later years bthe *.-asmrt
If the democratic party were lrop- tion of the sweet potato has I. -t
early devoted to opportunism .t would found to be profitable, the A',aita
be worthy of every man's concern market taking the lead
and it would be likely to meet the In the olden tin e o ur ,....*f
full measure of its possibilities as a seem to have et 4 4
party of opposition. in banking the resent j)tim.
It is a mistake to identify oppor- farmers of the pr sren tim.. ,
tunism with insincerity or demagogy. mer days our farmer *il r '
In the political as well as in the bus- faculty in kepig pt y
iness and social life of a free coun- year round. and the' ln.r 'h..y -re
try much depends upon opportunity. kept the sweeter th.y 'h* n*
Some of our greatest men have been We reprint her h ii.l h ,
opportunists. Some of our most no- adopted by the late Chi. f I -* ..
table achievements have resulted H. DuPont. who afttir th ar :.*
Sed his life to farming a : 1 i ..-
from enlightened opportunism. go1d a me ar ,1 na.
In war and in peace Washington good a farmer as he hali nt.,-. aL
was an opportunist. It was oppor-1yer andda judge whh ta h I $
tunism in Jefferson which devoted to great deal.
freedbnm forever the vast domain in- In a letter to a frn! .
cluded in the Louisiana purchase. Itfolwing h
was opportunism in Lincoln which 3we't potato
eventually gave liberty to the slave. Thare' crop is 'ti ha' t -
a large crop, is tl2. r
The statesman who awaits opportun- keep: buit such is no' t. *
itv. who consults opportunity, and are dug at the pr'r '.r.* -
who seizes opportunity is the onethe first killing fr''-t '.
w s z o o n s freeze. and in ,I ~ ,ya* *
who writes his name high on the rec- carefully hand-i.l air.i ; .
ords of achievements., ed. thy will k'ee'p fr'rii *
One of the most serious indictments to the next. All f 'tI h. -.
that can be lodged against the demo- are essential to the. lr-- .v
cratic party is the fact that it is not the crop, anb iforr.'.i b :. I
opportunist. When it is not inert Defective banking i, 'h- u
and unresponsive it is hopelessly at cause, in most cas. ,,f -
war with itself. It does not meet oc- My pla.; is to !.pe ;. .
bushels in a bank h.a
casion. It does not rise to opportun- scooped out about a t' I
ity. It is not a true opposition., spreading a lay..r of ..
Every democrat in a responsible bottom to protl't 'h.t ;* t '
place should be an opportunist, ea-moisture. I als) c,..r ti. ,,
with a layer of ir, ,in- cr , 1
ger to detect weak places in the rul-ithen lay over clap e'tar
ing party's lines and quick to take ad- length, breaking th' ji,'o.
vantage in behalf of the people of ev- vent leakage. an.t enr.- t -.. a
ery chance that is offered for public point at the apex f it, ..,n
-is then cover,.-i with .-te''h a
service and national progress.-New around the bank', ti) t.. *, .. -
York World. ten or twelve inchi..., ai- .
.* an equal, v,.mp..ra i-. I' *
th e b a n k is le ft ,)( ,.t) '- ,r *.r * m
He who seeks, and will not take e ban is lft o,,, ,
when once 'tis offered, shall never laysu i aw.t Th;e .,n.. *
finnivmre"through a sweat Thi Afr"
find it more. -Shakespeare. then closed i by laying ; .. n ,
over it. and pilinK a; I '' ,
Master of human destinies am I! earth on the plank '* *
Fame, love and fortune on my foot- tionary. As soon in th.. '* *
steps wait. the ,danger of fr.i,.z:n .-
Cities and fields I walk: I penetrate potatoes should t.- rr,' -.
Deserts and seas remote, and passing bank and spread in .a r* -
by loft. This will k*-**- '*, "
Hovel and mart and palace, soon orisprouting and *.n .. .
late Thus care-d for. '..- -
I knock unbidden once at every ga'teI sound and sw, ,t thrt a
If sleeping, wake: If feasting, rise be- tire year."
fore The swet par. .
I turn away. It is the hour of fate. I
And they who follow me reach every:and is t*asilvy ,"i'i'l '
state propagated from e'th.' .**
Mortals desire, and conquer every foe and there are' p .t-. a* *
Save death; but those who doubt or ture s arl
hesitate mature as
Condemned to failure, penury, woo.
Seek me in vain and uselessly im- ARE WE GOVERNED TOO MuC"-
I answer not and I return no more' A writer in iht lai. ..*, M.
ohn L. Ingalls. ,ropolis is <,mnIat n.n f . .*
Stooi s co ioa ~ g -




otuo thfo rm os the We 'cry Fairfield, Fla., Mare 30, 1909.
Se the glattet blessing We laugh, To the Edttor Ocala Banner:
tat d betll Flrida at the pres- We walk- In your issue of March 26th, we no-
lUt mo t. Our mother** pride and joy.tice an editorial, to-wit: "Mr. Fair- des
We w to make it possible so We fight, banks is slated as United States am- M
tl th* who bave automobiles can We swear, bassador to the Court of St. James. tab
No from town to town and county to And pants assa to the Court of S ver
e frotY over a good har d-surfyced We wear- It is thought that he will coalesce ed
bard-surfaced Our father's little boy. d
Our fathers little boy. very well and become popular, as re eve
It may be said that this would be We dance. has no more sense of humor than ;he k e
bor the rich. but it would enable the We smoke, ordinary English people." bo
per twbecome rich, and in the end and jokes It is refreshing to "ordinal y En-
wld be a blessing to us all. A girl, and then a row. glsh people" and others to read such
K would en ce the value of the items of interest propounded or f I
S ould enhnek .outhenalue mt Wh ntal bsorpUon tby suasive publish
Market his products more expedi' I We eat, mental 3Isoptiok Y uaeMuli N
m ke his products more expe Play cads, ers. who themselves :- so thorough-
t"M y. and in a little while all the And treat- ly humorous that from the dawn ofr
farmwrs in Florida would be riding in The fellows claim us now. maturity to the end of time they can
rtomobile.e 1e love ermitthemselves and their readers are pleased to term "ordinary En- m
Tbf bon-g d of trade of Arcadia is We're led to be surfeited with "humor," to the glish people." they do not see our "hu-
making a practical move in the mat-! To woo; end that the humorists and the vi- nor" through American eyes, hence ,
Said has prerpare-d a bill to be en- : W wed- imns are content to accept the situ- ou apprehension of the animal.
1"An ei tler rp.your misapprehension of the animal.
atl y t'. present session c. the t lesure we repent ation and permit themselves to be E. S. SMITH.
lgilakture. iltal law which w'.. !arge- We sigh. permanently "humored,' jostled and
.ly tihtulae tihe building of gocd And soon juggled by the traditional joker of LOVELY LOS KISS
rlad,. in all ,f the- ntsies of the We die- uaviloquy.
So many a life ii 'o
Thatr. o many a f~ i -orn",ll Widow. It has long been known .to English- Special Cor. Ocala Banner:
The Araita t ..i, of r. i.i'. h men thz.t our great and glorious gov-i Ios Kiss's Just Us Girls Club, as
meat '- a dratl .l ,ill i i Ih, NORTHCUTT LEAVES MARIETTA ernment is fraught with "humor,"- usual, met the Hiawatha at the Le-
a mtniimany. I l.r. .ich hope SUDDENLY and permit us to add that no small: nore's docks. Passengers on the pa-
will tb. r.-ad with and arouse amount of levity is indulged in-not latial river steamer waved and hel-
eathusiasm in good roads building: R. L.. Northcutt, the wealthy and only by the "ordinary English peo- loed, while the steamer saluted with
Arcadia. March 29. lt.,>9. w.ell known Mariettan, who was re- pie" but by French, German and oth- the regular "high ball" signal.
To the, Editor Ocala Banner: contlv indicted by the Cobb county r r.ations-at the prodigious amount Fire-boat Weston piloted her out
dr ofar ir--nclosed herewith is t -ranl jury on a serious charge, and of "humor" we Americans are capa- through the "Narrows," and while
to the next legislature, which meets placed under a $3000 bond, has left ble of swallowing, i passing along the Mary Lou divide
ia April, to be enacted into law. All the city ,and it is reported he will Everything is-, humor, humorous or and Marion reserve, a storm broke
P1nArel.tsioe citizens of our state re-: not return. de
p( e thasive citizens of our state re- not return, humored in this, our immaculate (?) over the tropical forest. The fire was
sta that the present tine ised of the Norhcutt was seen to leave the country of free speech and free press, put out in the pilot house, but the .
of good roads. because our sandroads city Thursday morning his au.omo- i. e.. where the perpetrator of "hu- lightning played constantly, and the
become worse and worse as the state! bile, going in the direction of Atlan- mor" is concerned, old river pilots, with the Weston, car- f
r(oniws more thickly settled. Sever-ta. Mrs Northcutt left Marietta on To illustrate: When a chivalrous rie-d her through to St. Helena and ;
a ood road sessilaws avo session prof h th same morning at 1 o'clock on knight of the road demands your tied up. A little later the storm pass-
-* from s ssion to session of the ,- 1 i
lotgislature. failing in some vital the trolley car, and i't is supposed: wealth, and gets it. we call him a ed away, and when Old Sol peeped
point, hence the board of trade of the that she joined her husband in At- highway robber. Doubtless the hiv-over the eastern rampant of cypress
ty of Arcadia, recognizing that this 'lanta. Neither of them has been alrous knight smiles at our hebe.te in- and pines and palmettoes. etc., he
imuo ,must be raised by some rural;s .eh
distri muhavebdrawn up for thisur- seen nor heard from since and congruity, bcicause we fail to perceive; found us in the "Angel Garden of the
poew an act which we believe fills all no one seems to know where they the "humor" in the act. Woods," where alligators bellowed
the requirements with the least pos- have gone. When a bank accepts our deposit, greetings, the pretty birds singing an
i ibte objections. In the first place we It is known that Northcutt was in and in less than twenty-four hours de- accompaniment; where squirrels bark
beltl-se it the duty of the state and.
nal government to provide pub- consultation with Attorneys Clay and liberately closes it doors to the pub- and play all (lay: where the ziver ;
lic highways for its citiz-ns as they i Morris. also Attorney W. D. Blair, lic we are apt to apply myriad and lends into a bow-knot or two and
hate provided by bonus railways. Tne soon after his arrest, and it is report- various appellations Inot proper to looks really weird and, where cabbage
state of Florida can obtain money :ed that he has placed all of his prop- print to said banker. Invariably palmettoes are as thick as bees, and
lra.i thantathacounear moreavoran the erty in the hands of his attorneys for the banker becomes indignantly as- also wh- re is found the very best fish- I',
stat. or i-.> private citizens, there- disposition, and has his business af- tonished ;at our hebetude in not see- ing. Here i:.e dew drops are most
or. it is- economical that the state fairs in such shape that it will not 'ing the "humor" in the transaction, dazzling. 16.
xbotil, blind rather than the counties. be necessary for him to return. We have but recently closed a We told the sweet lady in blue. the
their, is always so much opportunity
fidl shotiestyv in 'the distribution of It is said that his wife believed that strenutious campaign. We had candi- one with the dark hair and blue eyes.!
largo' amountits of money by one man, he was innocent of the charges. datt-s in abundance, and, as usual. that these dew drops were the jewels;
or is' oIt nmen. hut this bill. while pro- Northcutt owned a handsome resi- every mother's son of them was i .ore 1of Silver Springs-rth Indian maid-
%idtig a sui amount of money
mitn a Muieiinb amount of mong of dence on Church street, recently anxious than the other fellow to re- en. She believe, usiis, as also did the
ru.'- Tin *'a h v-unty, yet no great bought of S. D). Iock for $11.0u"'. He dress the wroni.i of an afflicted con- lady with the brown yes. '
ainiou"1i of nintey is in the hands of also possessed other property andi stitucncy. .The Angel G;ardtn of the Woods :A
one. set of nRin real estate in the city, which was, "Amen!" say the people; and, pres- "overs quite a lot of the Marion ter-
W, ask that onu publish a draft of
\h. bill and a.k" your subscribers to very valuable, and was known to have to: the aspiring and fortunate are ritory. They start down in the Pin -.
ia-ouot' wit.heother for or against been worth altogether between $75.- elected, from congressman to consta- Hook ald Hell's Half Acre country
it %ith an) suggestions or improve- 100o and $100.000. He came into pos- ble ;and end at Chitty's avenue. near the
nintis. and ,l would thank you for a session of this property through his Notwithstanlin;., the much mooted palnetto grove.
o i h- same. Our idea e- thoroughly marriage last year to Mrs. Addie Rey- question of e.ionoiny, etc.. our con- Somei of the vtry finest and most
th. -t.!ut l.f the ret ting of i.olf- widow of Frank Reynolds. who igrss is diligeitl and deliberately in- weird tropical scenerv on the river
h*'. I, ~,ilatir.' so that they may was killed a few years ago in an au- ficting upon its constituency a more is in ;he Los Kiss an'l Pete'rsburg .
know who th* th people stand on thet tomobil'e wreck between Marietta andh fresh and bountiful ,utpply of "hu- sutlurbs--"The (;ar lenis.'
q:..-' i, Y'trs truly Atlanta. mor" which "'ordinary Englishmen The Straits of Dart' n. Kenneck and
'ith ot Arcadia Before his marriag'- to Mrs. Rey.v- do s(e. and we. the humored and ne'- O(scVola's last battl'tild (ountryv
* nolds. Northcutrt was a comparatively er-ti-be cajoled (? American citizen also assist in makintig this section one
fI. .t>l.dIv n t i capy of thlie Lill: poor man and was ,neageI in teach- will see later on. it the l(oxeli, s: in the land.
v 1, ,,, i, ntitle',i an Act to l- t !- i ti tanciigi schools_ t1 wuas said to Magiiticiently great is "'ui'mor."I .A' 'ol-'t's Ishanld we passed th .
. .. ".".. Consttrtuctiton of a Sys- h, ,-x;'er; iln his 'pro''r. and i"h,.:r." "hu ;or." ad infinitunm- of .1. I' Cinil)'s s,' inna tr. ;t':. Kth.l-
... otl inga Bon us t ach .tie< ke iiown ro h .i.a friends as "Ianc- th. good old .\nern'ican brand.. The ;Sn Thi,.- Silv-erot, 1t sisr steaitift '
I lt ea'i'h Mil.' of Hard-Siur ing i o)." trouble)' with (I:lr "'hu ior" is that it 1 it l.:theltoti,. pi tsset ) Out o Palat- ,
a*." K ;.i I il' anl C(onstr'el'i 1'h Since mar tiage Notr:hel 1it has is li:tndcd \'wrc btit julst so long as ka for .lacksoiinvill, ye'.t:er" ay3. \ lien
S ,ucht <'oe | n leen living luxurtiously at hiis Mariett- :h,- sovereigns ;t this country ar e \\ 'started fo r Silv' r Sprinas troin .
r ":.t *'i d iih'' legislature' o!* t1' r t' fre i inly making irips wi!ini <'li to 1 .' conti'rolled by self- :hat point.
.,-, 1 ion Thra; up()n tlh.. pa -sa=. a;'r'ou"nM l Iin (to' ntiryit' in h!is ha 'sonie "Ppiloinli ll ihlun 'orists just s long v will jPi',kinia orange. in tlie' forest-that
.h,. tal ol this act. and i's r'; Packard car ;i.'i "'hl tnt' I "'n (>iitiiui' o 1' title 's ih i si (In o( ." times at Connor. +
,..',,, \ t. o," a mtiajot' .' N'ort'l' s rea.l, iln Mal ri'"ia : it'.vilht.' aiuil iil'd' hu .oax for latghltel r ,ni thlt'e is no yr'ttier orange grove
ihe .* oof th. e st'at of Fl i'. a ian s rI''ilte.! 0o s, 4 1' (o' :hl' '.st a' lt i in all Inations, ordinaryrl y English 0'':- ':, v1 )'woril !h in l the on' at Counor.
f l f *' .- a ot Florida shall hu' n nm ost pl'tdIiitid'tii ;,'"o rI,' itn ti (' y. ;i, in.'rltd,_' ,. ,., .t1,t nt i> h|ere'by diti-t'''t s, inda. '< Atlanita e;t'OraiaI. it ', ;:s an ",,1llinary Fat'lihn li n" i .' n "l lIodt lianlill. On the grove is

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irable effect be produced by beyilmts rn
LLINERY. Before leaving on our sea**aea al
East we had disposed of nearly every Wlimmed
lishment on account of the fact that everythi g
y distinct from the styles of former years. Owl
condition of our store we are offering spetay
,rything in stock. It will pay you to come I asnd
have before purchasing your Sprinf Millinery.
of Trimmed Hats we carry all kinds of Flow.r.
is Etc.

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Our New York buyer shipped
300 Pairs of Samples of

Men's Oxfords

in Tans, Patents, Vicis and Gun M
of Latest Shapes and Styles. Th. y are- of w.-ll knows e
such as Burt Packard, Ralston H1e-al-h Sh." i,.tonmasUe a

It Was a Lucky Purcham-
And being true to our policy. to ive t the- hige taunch 1
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"Ma"-Unioa, Jack-
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Uwi. Ocala Banner;

mvwUle Times-

A "m edition will be
Sbel- welfare; bring
Spmm tly lato notice;
Sto er treasure house
Sn known, as with
I| G her wonderful re-
M lA p ibUlitie; to link
S b s of steel, the
f lorida State Press
NU -re amicable rela-
e the powers and im-


With ex-President Castro on his
way back to Venesuela, critical times
.are looming up for the country. The
excited enthusiasm that hailed the
overthrow of the tyrant and the ad-
vent of President Gomez and his cab-
inet has given place to desire for ev-
idences of real reform and real pro-
In January a few thousand peons

were placed at work paving the
Wareets; prisons were thrown open
and there was a mild spasm of busi-
ness revival in Caracas, owing to the
influx of office-seekers and their de-
mands on commerce. Newspapers
sprang up like mushrooms and bab-
bled of the grand new .era that was
now in the full flush of a glorious
dawn after the night of Castro's op-
pressive dominion.
Today the optimism is a little lad-
ed. The glorious colors of the dawn
are turning to a sicklier tint.
The revolutionary factionists, exil-
ed and harmless under Castro, have
returned and are clamoring for their
share of the profits of patriotism.
In every direction the present ad-
ministration is facing demands for
prosperity, graft and political prefer-
The settlement of the Asphalt
Trust claim has caused a serious
breach in the Gomez cabinet. The ar-
rangement was procured by a scant
majority vote engineered by Leopoldo
Baptista, the secretary-general. The


In tbe closing days of the last con'-
gress provision was made for it na-
tional waterways commission to be
composed oi twelve members, seven
to be chosen from the membership of
the house of representatives and nve'
from the senate. The members ap-
point, d by the speaker of the house
of r-.presentatives are Theo. E. Bur-
ton of Ohio; D. E. Alexander of New
York, William Lorimer of Illinois, F,
C. Stevens of Minnesota, I. P. Wan-
ger of Pennsylvania, S. M. Sparkman
of Florida and John A. Moon of Ten-
nessee. The following senators were
appointed by the vice president: J. H.
Gallinger of New Hampshire, S. H.
Piles of Washington, William Alden
Smith of Michigan, F. H. Simmons of
North Carolina and James P. Clarke
of Arkansas.
This commission was established in
response to the very wide demand for
the greater development of our wa-
terways for which the national rivers
and harbors congress stands, and with
a view to making recommendations
for a policy which should be at the
same time comprehensive and accom-
plish the greatest resuls at the least
cost, and with a view to the careful
selection of the rivers and channels
to be improved.
This commission differs from the
inland waterways commission, creat-
ed by President Roosevelt two years
since ,in several important particu-
lars. In the first place, the inland
waterways commission was appoint-
ed. and its duties defined, in a l; ter I




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SPECIAL NO. 2 Ladies' Black"Voile [ Skirt, aji wool,
handsomely trimmed with black Taffetta Silk, very wide. All
sizes. Easily worth $7.00. Our price only


SPECIAL NO, 3 Ladies' "Satin" Slippers and Oxfords,
in all the latest leathers, such as patent, vici kid and tans, all

of jewonalism. and In- trust pays to the Venezuelan treasury of President Roosevelt's without leg- Sizes and styles and th
that the Press must $6u.90u as indemnity for eleven islative sanction. As a result their
Ib M ek a manner as to months of a bloody campaign and recommendations were made to the
that a newspa- $20o,uo a year royalty for the privi- president. He transmitted them to
Il every commu- lege of re-operating its concession. congress in a message, and their in-
Mbrary, a church or It is rumored that a very much vestigations and recommendations,
larger sum of money, one more nearly which were quite voluminous and em-
M s appearance upon approximating the equities of the case braced a variety of subjects, have -_
S I amton. the press is involved, but that -the government been published in book form. Again.
MlttltIot in the am- treasury will not receive it. Two bid- the inland waterways commission
u i as th "'fourth es- ehrs were in the field for the asphalt took into account irrigation, water Our line of Skirts
concession ,each unsuccessful, though power, forest protection, the clariti-
that It will enlarge itS v-ach otffvr five times the accepted cation of waters, as well as problems W aist Suits are the en
f to such an extent. amount. of navigation.
as potential a power in Alcantara, minister of the interior T national waterways conlmis- WayS the lowest when
reastituitonal rovern- anil a graduate of West Point acad- sion, to which reference has bLen
li% tTli of bhe .il. .-,.y. led the opposition to the As- made ,has primarily to do with navi- W e want you to
listed as the bulwark of phal Trust, but under the new ar- nation, giving only incidental atten- n
e"" :ang-,nment the company enjoys great- tion l wat,r power and other ;'.s our new lines of goods.
ON th i tht%.- ;ngpd ,oo,,.:. privil-gs than under its original of wat-r. Thus. in a way. its scop, b
S( tr-." e nmor. po, ,rful .,.....sin. Alcantara and Baitista is very limited. A mort, viral dtiff r- both make money.
eaI and int-rnal d-- :-,. t h aders of opposing factions ene exists, however, in the fact that
ftstie(sr* iitan the ha' in it!, cabintit, the first to fall ou:. its membership is made up from the
M war or tiht r-anip of .r T1..' oiL-r four claimants. on whose house and senate. and all those. wi
..:..;.r the.' lnitcd Siattes giov IrlmU ent tIb lonh were m.,nif ,.-rs of tthe sixti,.th
W re .;r *I. .- ;Qii--:ll!!Ua ly Lt'en ililt irsta'id dur- CO qt. .. -l, ml. accordani c with a H
to t 'o '-,**- "*- i"t' I- ast o r :.OU ars of Cast ro. provision of t It .' a!irte, are also -
S vlUl. i-t', cr-..,i a ;,td c',, I. !.:.,. as "'. AV phalt Ti-'ii,, tliih Corn- T ',' !natiinal waterways ('oll is-hI
frw al, nt.l ri'ah : ll *' -.,-...o!i,. ltlCil.lnall s,1-,nls !o hava ,. t ( o .2i I.,; I o-,i lj' a.avs'
o 1* t ,, fr a.... t o, l, c. ;"o rated his energies on lth on ; ,,,,(t ,n of S nator Thetodors M a
0 4d h4 ** ,trn oaf -' .',.*c icorpior!a'ioan. The others arc v, ry lit;:;-'n of Ohio as chairmnian, and
1 r n '* I t . *, ,4 n. of '- 11.;,th l S,'nato;r J. HII. allinpg r of New liamp- "
I1. t* t ,w n .1 6 .- .' -11aa1. T..- !lare.'entativ\- of the Frt iih shir, as ice, chairman. Mr. Bu-'rton. The Pensacola Jiournal v ry trut;h-
t of ,.r n...,.n., '*:' ,,i ',, 'ou, iaiy h ,' ,n a i',.'iv nd i ll W en clo.-an, was a iiietlnlber of the fully says that "God helps those who
t a ,* i u1 .f ,T '' .:.. .-. ,th a..ry 'a:1 of fria illy house., but is now a nm h.eber of thl' help themselvess" That no moan is
*t ed- ard pnhal. 1, w-:as ilLh conipany s nate. and thus. both houses of con- placed ulon 'lit, arth to simply hold
his hanls and say nothing aind ,to
.- I t a- ,a f o.- lhr liwn 0 t; !,y Castro on tlh 's,,- have' an equal reiprisentalton of nothiIg. That is it. We muist work,
walk .>.; -t,., in k.- ,ta:' n:'! : be a,.,ha A.L '. a i t i:- t ..,a iln helpinfl the revolution Th. law eraat ing this body providt- without' straw. Work, work. work'
Staoth at '* P o- t he Asphalt Trust. that should engage necsary That is he verit, ati work r fels
il tha teyl at, .g ,,1" ,, ,b'- sary better, lives lower and is better than
Shalt!. '. ,**,.'t hu" Wth N,.,jpaters that have discissedl experts and clerical assistance, and the, iler. It is work that has adorn-
of inStii nil' taind itt ,hI,.l,,aitwal and economic conditions 0 might call for the detail of officials ed and hboauritiod tlie world, intellect-
S t. a r.. 0 ..t O.i r. as & tha .w i r,-a,:st freedom have b een from the executive departments. and tally, spiritually and materially.
Oheuat a .'- p It%. I tb, Toa variedd by the new regime. It is ap- for information required in the pros- Work is the great panacea. It drives
e fr away caret and makes time a pleasure
e 1r( r 1 i,1iin 1'. i htoegiht,ot Lir'nti that freedom of the press will ecution of their work. The law re- instead of a drat.-Ocala Banner.
Word ,-- a-,,utr,1 hai. tunrnstrained only so long as it quires them to make a preliminary Very true. Bro. Harris, and very
ea the- rl. I.'e u- tshow t14,' ordliaily approves of the administra- report not later than January first, beautifully expr-ssed. And, did you
that *, ,tr.-*. like the tion. 1910. so that their recommendations over think of it? the so-called curse
M faith SI-,*-n tof an the h,,ld No mitator or successor has ap- may be before congress when the in the garden of Eden. when man
-r-1. ti ali,. 't ren.m- miioutn pif, ar,-d for Gumersindo Rivas, editor next river andl harbor bill is framed. was condemned to eat his bread in
I a din. a i t* I.-' r ,dr,-am.-d of of ;hli extinct El Constitucional, with The life of the commission is limit- the sweat of his brow. was really the
-, I. t- able to no, its fullsome flattery of the Castro ed to two years, and it is expected grandest blessing ever bestowed upon
| easd I l th'. amtijplihshnii' of, govrnment. Gumersindo himnselt is that a fuller-and final report will be humanity.-Pensacola .ournal.
ftbives I.-' ut lbuckl, on our ar- tjON ijug life in Havana, while in made at a later date, perhaps in .Jan-
th "charta'I for all. mnalac- t. )'aracas his affairs are being wound uary. 1911. It is the intention of the Mr. Ion L. Farris. member of the
S A," amio rh t.ublimi, tat.h ,up Ivy c:-,ditors. It was his laundry. members of the commission, either legislature from .Lack.snvill,. :s a
S"mi|8aiaa a. forth conaqtI.iriti -'ntion. ,\ store and printing o'tice as a body or by a sub-committeo. to candidate for spek r. aiid says that
| to *,'q,,* '':ank tiarri.. in tha' w,,'err ;he first objects of wrath of visit waterways in the 'nitid States., ht has ailnist In nu 'ah v' s pl(- fa'ld
S_. i' --- 1- *a; ,n K-:i '.. l rc, tubar's mobs They we ; and in foreign countries as well. 1 10) hint to s'(cure his a.!,4i, ion. His
S*(o S' i, '. -' ', 1 i, t a a a '.:'p ,. \rocked .and the miachin- is not exp et ud that thcy will hoar- prin-ipal opp] .']it-ts ara-' 1o1n S'.l I..
,.,!','t.l thrit-i h the open streets delegations adIvocating the i!rl' Car-r. otf Ah.-ii tli 'v n i H I
LES' PILES' PILES! .1 ;. r c-, plaisait e'ye of the' nii nof tof specific streams and charn-, \Ei.-\air.!' a ulb an-
P ln I i;.. .. I- a nels. butl that their at ntition will t M1r F rtis i n l,'. t i
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t hhe Rhino' and th,- Manches-:or
canal for the purpose of first-
in iv -'ieation. An appropriation,

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5, Shirt Waists, Trimmed Hats and Shirt
vy of our competitors. Our prices are al-
quality is considered.

pay us a visit as it will do youljgood to
We want your patronage so that we
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Char~y Stigar, Captain of Defender,
and His Young Wife, Victims of
Ragged Sea-Brought to
Returning late yesterday afternoon
on board the tug Clark from a visit
to the sharpie Defender,' upset off Pi-
ney Point in the stiff gale of Thu -
day morning, Captain John Savyse
brought in the bodies of C*tain
John Stigar and his wife, tke parties
who were drowned before the eyes of
Col. I. E. Barwick. The bodies are at
the Reed undertaking establishment,
awaiting a telegram from Stigar's
mother, who lives in Michigan, and
who was notified yesterday of her
son's death. The telegram is expect-
*ed to arrive this morning and to give
directions for the burial of the bodies.
st igar was captain of the Defender
aind was going to the Cortez camp at
The time he met his death. Thle- De-
f".nier was loaded with ice. ready to


Col. I. E. Barwick Sees Vessel Tossed
and Wrecked-Later He and
Helpers See Bodies Washed
in Upon High Waves
Sailing into the teeth of a tornado
that swept across Tampa bay at 9
o'clock Thursday morning an .un-
known jib-rigged schooner of small
dimensions was capsized in full view
of Col. I. E. Barwick as he watched
the progress of the storm from his
home at Piney Point. An hour later
two dead bodies, one that of a beauti-
ful young woman of about 18 years
of age, the other that of a man of,
l about 35 years of age, was washed
ashore. This is 'the story which'
reached the city yesterday afternoon
and verified by the Tribune by long


telephone last night.
Point, where is located

Barwick's winter home. is about
twelve miles north of Bradentown,
:n:i about half way be,:ween the Big

iiana;ee and Little Manatee ri

",(e;e a cargo of fiSh. According to th'" information ga
Ae\rding -o J.ohn Savares. Cap- ::.t night the incident to the
: ar (I< 01.e of the oldest anld wi;s about a mili- off Piney Point
S l t:., s or''i i tn. having bae n i .r -, et ral hour-- r;f-er the boat
.,; :.>I(,< (Of -' f tor' titf,,,.n years. -.z,,d the' woathl r was so rough

:.ah')tii *aort y 'a tars of ga-,. andl
-,ititn'a j : T1 %%'aic'. 1-is w.-ond1
'a. . v.a*- u;-u nal w Ith h i i.
'a :.nza~''ly a -,~ianii, Tc'l'e opas of


i: v :!'l d have lwn suicidal for
:; ', venture oul into it lhoe bay
i sviall boats available there.
.!I 'v hO was aboard the

"w.: Tainipa Ci;y. Thl- n:arriag-e lok v.*iih capsized. or what the name of m)!:,! ya r I dob;leid he o iput of my
':;.>e the 1.',h of this inoniTh. S Ii;Z r:- b,,' ,(,a is has not ye,,t bee a n learned. ':a'-T year. andl in my hirdbii '-a! I
Sr-: 1~*t was ai dalaahter of late Mrs. Ifalt'lirn! on rec''-,.!1 at Braadentaawn .lli.le.l Ih'1 e second y- ora. Tw)o years
1'.' .:iis. \vho. for.i-rly ovn,'la th, ,.1.. i- 'eforte dark was io the effect a to the road s.nt ini wod :,ha r ,hey .
;i .; er; on which T" Orp:hil m i h'i a- h:t IIn oo11 h::!i ,. a l' to r.ach,l m n. ,n,l s:ii that I had et.r
;, ,,,v s:;ntxi -. e.,- is aid. :o 0 l ,x ,;-. <:isized cra.iv aed for t0 la" r,'a- r r r-ulrni andi tak an ae .ginll' \\ 11.
.;* I caiit"',,;ralI l i- i on a1 ". Stigar -is ( \vn w u was ; ay ob 't l ay locoiiioti e '.s
,': ., s I Xo siI-dal izh,1 ,r. s. "s. h'.K;.w.j, hoxy Ildill:, ha,, i re ei I or $1,.,,aia a yar:',, so I said on iy fiv- '
tioIa ..-'!, a l M '.. l;iii-duise S::im l'.. ila- r.A-, Th. t )(air v'.. t- r n.. Fiv hliac h .: rae farni."--C. F. W illiami s.
c;liir* nI 01 his 'irs' wifea. ibut no 'Use i-;" h also \vias"'' .i ahi'' indi- "I n growing celery hber ninel
'* ,'telti\s in Tarmipai. So far as can (',. ,i hat the sho'Io;.,r as ;no' such ve ars azo with $. ">a. I paiid $1'a domwn
It, found out. Mrs. S'i .tar has no rela- s;..;ll o.e. an, 'l !!''. ( ,.,iin n my land and us- i lthe romaininili
!tii-.s here except a sister at o;-: ,, tie hatches 'i icaa'd that it i5,11 for working exlaletS-. I would
Tamipa. Tlhe two lived in a rt")mt liasure craft of some' diniell.-ions. ; Ot sell my place now for $3,,a,",. nor
jiu-t beyond Ballast Point. Beautiful Girl Drowned a single irmi)rovt d acret of it for less
Bodies Identified T-'e first body w-hich reached the 'h;in $loii.. Some of my neighbors
The bodies of Stigar and his wife. shore after Colonel Barwick witness- r!,. ivt, e !;:o r crop- izhan I. ulit I
Swho were taken to the home of Col. ,., rthe capsizing of th'- schooner was over ldi! better than $17.50 an acco on
I. E. Barwick. were identified through that of a girl. Tl:e wind was blow- ce,!-y."-A. McDonald.
.Manager Lathrop of the Bradenown .ing ;; a terrific rate when some lark Last year I shipped A2:1..1 crates
office of the Peninsular Teltephone ,:)hjet(' was seen to ride :he crest of i!t celery and :1.-,1 cra:tes of !ettuice
iCompany, who notified the Tribune an ui.usually high wave and be left from two acres of land. I received
office yesterday morning of a receipt I-,zh ::pon the .aeh. With several $1112 2:, nrT for the crop. Had thea
found on th<- man's person, which ali- st-i.a! servants Colonel Barwick has- .-rop eeon sold here. instead of being
feared to be signed by some person tent1 down to thie beach and there shipped on consignnint to commis-
named Bonicker or Binicker. The discovered the bo 1y of a beautiful sion rmen in tho north. I could have
re ceipt was so water soaked that youna woman. She did not appear ,'verageda $2.25 a crate for the entire
nothing else could be made out. J. to be over 1 y"arns of age. and was crop. Some crates of celery and let-
H. and W'. A. Bonicker, of the firm i d'l"ssed in the lamest mode. indical- tuice were sold. in addition, for which
of Bonicker Bros.. were communicat- ing that she was a womah of some no returns were received,. and are
ed with. and they could give no light means. She had on several rings of counted in these figures. This year I
ion the matter. Richard K. Binicker, value. She was fair and had golden have cut from one-iiarrer of an acre
cashier of the First National Bank. hair. which was described as being $416 worth of lettuce. I expect to
- was also at a loss. Finally. Robert almost red. There was nothing about sell from the same quarter-acre about
Hardaker. secretary of the Eagles. her to indicate who she was.-Tampa $611 worth of celery, making $1i16
, was found to be the man. and he de- Tribune special for the' season."-Richardl Muse.
cared that the drowned man was "I received $10.706 for the celery
Captain Stigar. OKLAWAHA IMPROVEMENT ;anda other vegetables grown on six
Capt. Savarese to Scene ---- acres of my land o Celery avenue in
As soon as he heard of the affair., The people of Lake county have ,,."-M rs. B. E. Takach.
Captain John Savares went to thel permanently organized for the pur- .. (cut fom (ro ,l on a(re of land on
scene in the tug Clark. and left a pose of improving tie Okltwah.a i-- C c lery avenue in 19!. celery aniouit-
c rerw of men at' work on the Detend-ter a nd is triS"tarie:s fron'i Silter :I o i:,^ crates. which I so! in
',r. which is now )n a bank. When SIrites run to !;ai, r,'i'mon of '.$en- n, : ,-d f $2.,"-B. R. Brisson.
li 'h fenderdr is pilt tn hi better shape l:ral Florida. TI,.' orLantizaiion : in I "' it ou,, ,,ih' ac",,s on share for
,s e will be br>:hit to he -cii y. hI h' known as L !.; : ake Region \ ;' "r- t.,, ,a l,;',. I furnishl d ;t I:n'l
it no word is received', froIm Stig-i \i.s liinprovt 'I!en' Association of a,; ti ;:m 1 w !or'k. indT aIvancl'. The
ir'.- moIth r by 4 o'clock this atrter-1 '!l'ri,;i. Itis n I 'siconlitpos-i ," ; ," frti:'lil r anud cr'!aes Thea
titai. ('iCapaill Stia:'r wiil b, bliried o:' permnan-ent Tr sidel.,tts and people z' ;, ;'!:rnis ed tl l, ior. .!\';ar
Si !f'terti''; n r a t e' alIspices ofi wi'lo own pl'rol, :ty in I.ake county Ia ;.,k; oi a o If it Ipra'oe., ot" th-l.' a:..
...- - TaiI ;Ir'i T!' i. in. % special. aI "ti l: thlie u lpc r Oklawalia river. on ( t, ft ft rt'l 'r r ;i:. crat-. \'
ai 'ke itarris. Lake Griffin. Lake Eum "',l ,in ,t\\e x a i.- -.-. a. ;,
A PLEA FOR THE ALLIGATOR ,. 1.akie Dora aTi'l I.ake Apopka. who ''1 (.r .5t;\ crat, s of cel-.ry froni oie-
\\'Vlil, other lmalltrs that noeel a:- ii\ea in other parts of the I'nited hif .Cr'e which. slai in Sanford-fort'
tention by the legislature are ,being! States. but spend a part of the year $1i:,.1] ntr. I have g -owt 1 ,a i has-
discussed the alligator should not be on their Florida property. kits of lettuce on one acre. I.ast year
forgotten. ThNs saurian. which is a Every member of the association received $:'121.85 for the products of
I feature of Florida's 'tropical life. and is enthusiastic on the subject, and it two acres of lanl."--G. B. Frank.
one of her chief attractions, will in is within reason to predict that more "I bought six acres of land in Feb-
a few years be completely exterminat- substantial recognition will be given ruary. 1'0s. for $401,,. One and one-
ed. unless steps are taken to prevent thnr section by appropriation com- half acres were sub-irrigated, the
jthe wanton slaughter of this compar-; ntittees of the future. It Is the pur- rest was wild land. By December I
atively harmless reptile. The chief pose of the residents of this section to had sold $3500 worth of celery and
i harm that the 'gators used to do was bring the subject seriously to the at- other vegetables from the acre and
Sin eating hogs but now they are so itention of the representatives of a half. The place is now all cleared.
few in number that this cannot be Florida in both houses of congress. irrigated and planted to celery.'-L.
Offered as a valid excuse for killing The president of the association is A. Bromley.
them. A law can be devised that will I Dr.F. A. Reed of Eustis, and C. 0. "On a piece of land 66 yards square
prevent the animal from becoming McLaughlin of Leesburg was elected (about six-sevenths of an acre) I have
extinct by limiting the number that permanent secretary and treasurer. grown lettuce which I sold for $1080.
shall be killed by each man each year An executive committee of seven net. This piece of land was turned
for legitimate purposes and prohibit- members was appointed and it is be- over to the celery planters in ninety
ing the killing of them simply for lived that the work of 'the organiza- days from the time the lettuce seed
sport. Under such a law they would tion will be effective.-Leesburg Cor. was sown in the field. From seven-
not increase in numbers so rapidly in Times-Union. eighths of an acre I have grown 574
as to resume depredations on hogs. crates of lettuce, which I sold for
This at least is a matter that merits AN EDITOR'S LOVE LETTER $1059.15, net. This celery was grown
some consideration.-Punta Gorda Dear. Darling Denquent! Our pre- on new land, which is considered to
Herald. cious subscriber in arrears, you are so be unsuited to celery culture. I had
---.!. ., h vnf think we have sold out four and a half acres of lettuce. This
......... ^.,- h r youthin wehavesol ou

A CURIOUS OATH U ;l J --.- --
and gone? No, little sugar plum, we
What is regarded as the quaintest could not get away if we wanted to.
oath still in use. Is that taken by the We are at the same old stand, dish-
high court judges in the Isle of Man, ing out the advertisers on sweet
the terms of which are as follows: promises and bright expectations..
"By this book and the contents there- They make an excellent diet. darling,
of. and by the wonderful works that with a little pudding, flavored with a
God hath miraculously wrought In word of encouragement to serve as a
the heaven above and the earth be- dessert. We are waiting and watch-
neath in six day and six nights, I do ing for thee, our turtle dove. We -As-..1-1- f. . n * ..._ .th won IA a

patch of lettuce paid for its own cul-
tivation, for the cultivation of three
acres more of lettuce and for six
acres of celery, and left a profit of
$600 in cash besides: I have been
farming eight years. I have made
money every year. I now have 26
acres in cultivation and am taking in
more land each year. I would not
sell out for $50,000. Where could I
put the money? I can make more at



The Sanford Herald says that in an
article in the Hartford (Conn.) Daily
Courant, entitled, "Dreams of Avar-
ice," a few statements are published
from Sanford celery growers. These
statements refer to last year's crops
principally, which did' not bring good
prices, on account of the panic that
prevailed at the time.
While some of the statements
seem overdrawn to the readers, the
people of this section can verify ev-
ory one of them. and the crops this:
year would show a much better state-
ment. Following is a list of them as
they appear in the Daily Courant:
"I have made $50.0i04 in five years
growing celery and lettuce in San-!
ford. I have made money every year.:
I do not know of one absolute, cold
failure among Sanford celery grow-
ers. If some men make loss than j
thev sho-ild. there is some good rea-
sun for it."-A. T. Rosseter.
"In the past rhree. years I have
mado $:,.rf,, from five acros of cel-
,*rv land. Nine, ytars ago I was a lo-
con:otiv .,en .inoer. earning $1r,'16 a
year. I got a leave of absence for
,!X lnionths and be-an growing celery:
,,i Oine acre of lan,!. B fore ny leave
oft a;i)-,:ncc was u: p I hail made $1.",
1"r,)1o iliat one ,.icre. I sent vor'l that
il nee,] I(ot k'eep my plice' on the
i:iiloa I 0open any lo(.Lger. In niy sec-

Tumtor Romoved. Fiiw
Chicago. III.-Mrs. Alvena Sperling. 11 Lang- G. tohen, A s 4 re. W. s-'all- A
Gton Street. I4 'hieug... Ill- 'ru Wme T*sJI 4~
Lindley.'vInd.-Mrs. May Fry. f AW awW. lteip -M- 4040611,h
KinsleV Kanit.-Mrs. Stella Giitord BeftmAn. Fluishing. Wrl.'h.'mre, Kurtl = 1 IF,
Sett., rs .J ar''.I N., 'are.1 Is A 1 abb
COarnwallville, N.Y.v-Mr'i. Will. B.-uahtmi \6.~ '4 I s wM req14.15 .5.'11
C'lk'inaa~ a~rsW..Hauh.Ea~~K'W~v I u'l LI ''iUi4i.'1,-.- or f lues Ahr. 11
Milwaukee. V'is..-Mrs. Entv,ua tInint:cMJ 1~t "Str-t
St.. (Germana. I.,'v,. 41A1 ohsb.. _M to.mafte 1141..
ChiAnge of Lite. Fi.' w. -iV..
South Band.l, mu.-f Mrs. Fred 4'ertia. 1014 S. .aiv~..I.''' '~g.. V~
Laf.kvettte itret-t. !b%r h r Mrs-,. .Khto ~H sro.Igpj
N.s. Ketu"Isv.= Mrs. Lizzie i-I'ai:nti. '41A
Br-0,1'e kldti MN.*=.=Mrs. Sarah bLaw~igzi'nt. 21V7Iurwguilrikl.
S. Market St. If-trmi. Ill -%xIf. 0 1,4. V
Pat.'rs.)ia.N.J.-Mrs. Wm.. Siuervilie, 1965 a"i 1~',! 1't %1i 4M
Ja ,airh Avenue.I'V 1,- i' A. Fr
Phi!Adetlnihia. Pa. = Mlrs. K. E. Oarrett.M:kW, H.A~t.,,. I-'. Mw W
N'.arth Ga~rnet :-treet. .1-W-1 I~
Kewaskitin. Wi'.-=Mrs. (';r art e.k..-ith r- xlb...-MrsITV-%. %I ~.L3 Vbf
Maternity Trouhlien. "r'te4.'-m ,..
Wor~eeter, Ni~-. r!3. i).'ylva COt4 1 t ~ i il ~., -. *~rib&
nd:iai.laIiM.-i.=rs. A. P. Anderson 917i) n s~. %I ii
E~. 1Pra~t Str*ee.IA~t. .' P *i % I Fl : H '.
Big Rim, Pa.-M rut tW. E. P-elr. M ah ', "t
Atw:%tr 5t-tti an. f_). &Afr.'. Anzt-m i teMu lixi:ipt %.., .
Cliwinnati. I 'hi).zosir*. E. IH. Mtii '- A,. t't., ''*us
I~~~~%' ,iet~v'ae

Dewittvilie, N.Y.-Amr .A A. ii;!-..
.J,)hii-ttawn, NX Y.-Mrs. HMiner PON~t~l,134-
E. \Main Str.'a't. IL. It -- *,
Burt.unviewlLMr. Peter '~i
Avoid Operation,4. 11..-
Hamnpeteeod, NM.i.=Mrs. .J,)s. 1. tanly p tt-...r '.' 'a 4k it r

Lqa i i4vi A le.Ky. =;;NIr,;. Sani Lo.~.:i5'211F. .trt i '., 'a .,- Ihe
S -itl h \est Hatrt,.,r. Mahie.. Mr.'. LiLI.LA 1 ,1* f 4n
itA hboins. Nit. I tesert L~ght StiLti on.
Maridrum Av~,itue, Germart. *I ** f,,.
Organic Dlnplaceirents. % ot 7.1I)
'Mizier, lIli'.=NMr'a. Wi rv Ball. R II,% l t oo''a P b. .
Liwo:iier, lnd.=Nr.'. Eli'z&W-weI, R.F.. N.,.4.--1 "1'" -. ~ IS
MNeIi',urne, lowa. -aMrs. Clara W;terrimm, I FI, f i %." e W
R. F. 1). N ). 1. P' r..If L4."t'. e
Baraltown. Kv.=%Fr,4. Josphflailt. AtVlVA\-k.
Lewistan. NULine.-Mrs. Henry Clotie.rw56 'aLZU1A. W Ita M- .VP t A-44o
Oxf. Prot Stroe't. Norvim F.'erut.e
loinnei:ttiawl.4, Ninn.=Nrs. John G. MIildAn, )r %Iw.x 4 4 ,'o;I
'2115 Sa'et-iatStreet.,-N. .4Siuie 1 \1 1 01 ilisi'
Shanrewk. M...oi Hamt, R. F. 1). Nvo. 1; ti 4r....t
Mariruti. -.,Mrs. Goo. .Jordy, Ro)ute No.3, IIV.i j ieilt&. V& M 'r..1 oo Jtaut S g
Ch".gtt'r. Ark.-Mrs. Ella Wiood. 4'hr!'tlioit 1.i,.n-%IIre Mot, v W --1 aIF L
Peiadlet,-. N. nd=~r tMv M.-tr~lal1 R.R.44. Poo---.T. vuid .'4y, I Is V ta r~njawsa
Camubridge. Nt'h.=MNr". Ne'llie NM..lnidr. 4;r-iittooi .-,' V t -1 *-- meso It *. e l BL O
These Nvwiienefare only a few of thotl-:;IAiw-&ofli-t .niooc %it tWWO- a
the power of Lydia E. Piikhaiai's vegfet ;0aIt- 401111 waI'.'I tco.-Ilarf um
diseas-ei. Not one of these womenl ever re-a ,iv,4i t f, mpjan~at iiin in 0
form for the u:-e of their nauniv, iii thip aulverkrti-cqnttt l- irt 'wI
in- that we, should refer to themin 'ea 41 f thj. Iwuit ita.-%
do- other suffering NVIoiit'flto provet- fat Lvit 1% Vmhsk=a
Vegetable Compound is a reliable aiial ha-te'.-t v'ts.i'Iw r. thuu that *0
statement,- made in our adlvertiseniemits relgardiiig its writt and
truth and nothing but the truth.

rels to the acre I call my crop a fail-
ure."-James Campbell.
"If my three boys and I cannot
make $aIIaI an acre every year, we
ought to give our place away. We
came here two years ago from North
Carolina, and bought this place on
credit. We have paid for it, andti
atlded some more land 'to it. I value,
it at $12'.a'n."-J. 'W. Miller.
'I was one of the first men to grow
celery in Sanford. I have been grow-


Young Man in Charge of Cei--i
Department Killed sm He L*as M
Be" in H Se* e
At about six o, l4m-k this mor~wi 6
wind storm of 'gr -at cklrity *sI
over this ectini an I while r"=
of ilamtiage in %arirtao quarters
ben brought in th,. e llags of K
le'n. eight mil*-1' f'tm he.r**. *e m
have suffered nme' R K Zoerks.,

ing it (very year. nd I know it to be (coo erwr. 'a-i in.t.tant k.ll.'it a h 1
hi ghly profitable."-A. Robbins. inll t,' a-l',-' a n.,to i.,r,,.,n .larkda
'Last ear we sold for Sanford cfel- is ill cri.iAl a on'mti n io .m injuries,
cry growers the products of approx- re'e' a*-I b fra.., .n 1.. ' t
inlirt ivx 12a acres After deduc'tiu ((1 a nl il s f r*a'>a rig, ad tril w
itir conniis.ions we returned o th e1 l -a I e' ht; I i. *t. i ,,..i r hurts .
ro ."'.'rs $! .t;.".'S.1f;. an average of i A p)ro),per o- i *. *. 'h oltr $-s i an icre."--Sidney O. dollar' is ttl' x 'i, ..***, r per
a I.i.a O t itit i t Ihtab, ft.l ,Ia ....- f N. 'rTe1.
From Chas(e' & Co's. books. .' laind l'.it'bu'" ':a' at..
So; ;. o our cnnipany corrohorn' Th, w"n# h 1.! I i a nag with
.I .m of the figures and r-su-it I considerable -1. ,r "an tm .
h'in giv en. anld ook tile following bhit no ;Parti-l!arr in.-Ait -- ha- ht
dal,.irional rI:urns: .J. CG. Hall. onil,- ftlt until thi A .t. r s**in. aloa .
half acro of celery. $10I4.33,5: .. W. sweepi' g **v e in' n iTs |m t
Hunter, one-half acre of celery, $1.- which was t w % a 'hr* -.- hun4t"
a:19-.71; A. McDonald, five acres of cel- yards wide. Sit"a" AI At the tig eof
ory. $t;'011: Rosueter & Hand. ten the town,' a n,,mnh-r of omM
acres celery, $10.759.25. lettuce and houses. occiupsled by n*-rn tsturposl
cauliflower on same land. about $6;00)) hands of the Strickland l.'amber Ve'
more. Mr. Hendricks, one acre of pany. In the coenritr of th-s, beml *a
celery. $1800.0S: Mr. Meich. two acres good sized church building The
of celery, $2019.70; Miller & Hart, church and about se v.. of 'khe bam
one acre of celery, $1557. were swept away so newlv that N




A New York special says that with
merchant tailors gathered from all
parts of the United States, the Amer-
ican style and fashion show opened
in New York yesterday and will con-
tinue until Friday. One well known
tailor sums up the prediction for sum-
mer styles as follows:
"The mode third summer will be
plain, soft, well-tailored garments.
There will be no gingerbread effects.
While some tailors stick to the col-
lege styles and make snappy stuff,
the men who pay $85 and up for suits
want the money to show in real tail-
oring, not in gewgaws."
There are startling garments
among the exhibits. Among them are
an evening coat made with "hips;"
the "Taft' 'overcoat, which contains
enough cloth for a small circus tent,
and wvleh coincidently is sent by
Charles 1. Taft of Erie, Pa.. a cousin
of the president, and a smoke-colored

is almost impossible to locate the O.
act site where they stood A Ittle
further on stood the commiseSry f
the company, and this was ale r e
to the ground. the contests hbe
scattered for miles In the weede am
swamps. In this commlieary tW
R. E. Zoucks. a youan man.
about twenty-four. His bearing -
imperfect, he had bees up late the
night previous. and It iso pleba
that the noise of the storm talked t
awaken him. He was ftoaid rt
under a mass of debris. lyltaig te
bed. the iron frame of wbhe" wW
bent and twisted. as if it had bet
made of twigs The body was
badly mangled. but a blow e the
head from a heavy timber aisdWed
that death had been practically It
stantaneous. The youag ma wa tthe
son of R. E. Zoucks. who emdw *
meat market in this city
Chareal Pedder Ij"ur
A Mr. Jackson. who peddle eer-
coal through the country. teek m*
from the storm on the pewob a t

I -

from woman's ailments are invited to write to the M
addresses here given, for positive proof that Lydia K. Ltah
Veo-tahle Comnound does cure female ills.

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W E had no magic wand to instantly
transformation we have wrought.
days and nights of hard work, and lots of
oar intention when we began business se
ago to some day have a Modern 0
By degrees we are getting to it, and with
of the good people of Ocala and surround
combined with hard work, our store c
grow, and we firmly believe that we hav
selection of Fancy Groceries in this par

There is great satisfaction in kn
what you eat comes from a Well KepI
You get that satisfaction when you des
Our store is kept clean and in a sanitary
We give all orders personal attention an





CLARK BROS., Propriety


_ ______,_,,,__r- ~ -, --~C1L~

Rev. and Mrs. M. G. Richard, with
whom originated the. two thriving
Lutheran societies near Lake City,
write thus from their new church
home at Chester Springs, near Phil-

W. Ped Pwl Fpermeirly of Ocala,
Mi Praer ef Atlanta Christian
rhes.. Ois -t. News of Inter-
set to gideavorers

It Ptrwary Mr F.r*tl Powell re- adelphia: "We have a very nice

place. The people are kind and ap-
preciative. Our parsonage is comfor-
table and convenient. We often
speak of our good friends in Florida
and though so far separated from
.zhem, we hope some day to see them
'face to face' again. It was Mr. Rich-
ard who led so well in the 'In Memor-
iam' service at Jacksonville last year,
and later on reluctantly gave up his
work of state quiet hour superintend-
ent when the Lord called them to ser-
vice in Pennsylvania.
In February the Christian church
workers in Jacksonville had a delight-
ful evening when the program, "Our
Damon Boys," was carried out by the
members of the society. Christian'
church Endeavorers are intimate
friends of their missionaries and na-
tive students in India and other mis-
sion fields, thus it is a pleasure to
aid them in spreading the gospel to
those who know it not.
The sunshine circle pf Christian
Endeavor continues to at least add a
few sunbeams when opportunity
comes. In recent weeks many greet-
ings of congratulation have been
written for weddings, birthdays and
other happy events. Some of our
comrades have had severe illness in
their homes. Messages of sympathy
were sent a. father bereaved of his
oldest son; a son his mother, and for
the "going home" of another mother,
leaving a lonely daughter. There
were also the deaths of two fathers,
one of good old age, and the other
in the prime of noble Christian ser-
vice. Sunshine work as a part of
the state union is very new and there-
fore with but little past history, but
there is a beautiful future coming.
Pledge cards for the "What Would
Jesus Do?" movement will be ready
for all who write to our office for


gved tb. rtie< of ordination in the
W End tlanta. 'Christian church.
4 Will cvntiniu a-s pastor In Car-
iaest *h-rre h. bha- mn.t wfh. great
aw lor .r al months A pleas-
Il fe'-aur'- of the -rldination was the
uw., I wf of t'h* i i, c t hoi lDr. A. R. liol-
fr'k' ;**l I of on.. o+f ;he most im-
pr avi t 'r'-'*',to n cihurchel s in A.'-
itrs Mnt- Ma i e 4'-orltir a Endlla;t',rers. lier father
i bd the ir ('i,'t.l- haild |,r'v> I helpful
Mt Nr I'.. II hII ho- was in the
t m iNttal atnit I.* Iir. h I'gati his pas-
Sa.Ml tSi t'artollit i Such undenomi-
wekinal kLindness sas the true En-
4esor spirit, and was manifested at
1se wbnf the- y.tng man was then
St *sd of thoughtful acts as sun-
N*M Isl his days of blindness.
P*e&enrt Wlanard wishes every-
Mr to kmew that Mias Estelle Jones,
M.T. 7th avsr. Tampa, is chairman
eg the e itetalminat committee for
O erly-btere state convention. The
OMst oets will be ao Tuesday ev-
WS Apru 30. aod the cloinag meet-
t GL Tbsdsae *11it. Dr. Clark will
Seb 'w@of about ose hour in
Ws ea-e. sad these who can at-
W Os1 e tansly do so, or missal a
Merd uaiM wicg t may never come
Snr P. D. Seed, pastor of the Con-
M-stllmal eieHUh In Mt. Dora, Lake
-i SwMter distrktt. Is an optimist,
So belaess la Christian Endeavor
b l paII. proeet and future tenses.
o keter srdw ibe the ML Dora so-
k as beam about twenty-five years
S t h aa sppled the evening
fei o *vi (for six mouths in the
Wr Msd works Ia the young people
v tiWMe. giving scope for indi-
*MI a tamIt as so other organization
M do as well Drting the past
pr the me ttaig grew in interest

to sleep, acres of Bradford county land plant- We have just added 5000 feet of floor space, and we are now better
The friendless and sad ones no longer ed to strawberries will yield as much than ever prepared to display our beautiful line of Furniture Wt will *
wille p' n n oner returners 0 acres of the fin- the near future also add a complete line of Hardware.
If they come to this land of sunshine acres of the fin-
'ad flowe, estwestern land pointed to corn. The
and flowers este l Exclusive Ocala agents for Allwin Go Carts. all colors St.
Where everyone' s gay in sweet five-acre Bradford county 'tract will
springtime's bright hours. bring in the open market from $25 to We are closing out our Standard Sewing Machines, and the
The sereneold magnolia, tall palm from 000 to $50. The western tract will bring few we now have on hand will be sold below cost.
orange an olidate, from $5000 to $10.\)0. The difference
All brighten and gladden our south- is that the tide of immigration is to-
ern state, ward the west, and lands are in great- Icivet and 1acK ay
The canoes on the bosom of her lakes, er demand.-Starke Telegraph.eI IVer and 1 acK ay
broad and wide, N. MAGNOLIA ST OCALA,
The stately old oaks that grow by WHAT A SYRIAN WOMAN DID
their side,I
All help to complete a tropical scene I- -
And make our fair Florida the south- Mary John, a Syrian, and a busi- DAVID 8. WOODROW J. W. AKIN O
ern queen. ness woman of Palatka, arrived in
MAY R. GILMORE. this ,o, ^ ,m v. othe n ,*t o flI1 I Di IIMDIUMI lR l t- h ud Tfonal aemEM
---a-~~ ~ ~ a-. .U..0j nt n t '.CALC

Gilmore, Fla.
At the funeral of George T. Angell,
Alone I walked the ocean strand;
A pearly shell was in my hand;
I stooped and wrote upon the sand
My name-the year-the day.
As onward from the spot I passed,
One lingering look behind I cast,
A wave came rolling high and fast,
And washed my little lines away.
And so, methought, 'twill shortly be
With every mark on earth for me;
A wave of dark oblivion's, sea
Will sweep across the place
Where I have trod the sandy shore
Of time and been, to be no more,
Of me-my day-the name I bore,
To leave no track nor trace.

And yet. with Him who counts the

railway, and tells the Metropolis of
her discovery of a large amount of
money, which she found lying on the
seat of a car just before she reached
The woman said that an aged cou-
ple sat in front of her, but that they
got off the train in South Jackson-
ville. She says that she did not
count the money, but that there was
much of it, and that she gave it to
the conductor, -who said he would
see that the owner secured it. The

conductor thanked her cordially for
her prompt announcement of the
"find."-Jacksonville Metropolis.
Brother Annlevard nf the TnLak Citv

vvn.n rLumunnu n11U CLLIKIp W rIUT
Standard Makes of Plumbing GooDst, Gas Eng tsa Pmp Irri n P
Acetylene Qas Plants Sold and Install ed Comp4eft. fm.s.r ew g
fitted on any Work In our lne.

P. 0. Box No. 944


SPID Wr f i

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Is to make this tnstltun e a malst
SI benefit to the commmlty. md af Ad-
vntage to every ma sad num
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Winter Park, Fla., March 24, 1909. ELECTRICAL
f To the Editor Ocala Banner:
A KAgain, I wish you would allow me
i i'Ur~space in your valuable paper for a line fro Rl Colle
AIt few lines from Rollins College. For a limited time only Dr. Hmo their wCA
For the seventh successive year the specialist, will give free electrical tre '" placed with the
E -- Horatorical contest for the James Ro- High Frequency Electrical AApparatuto soall s p l a with
w rf leanrnti l o eltUous iYns8he's
nan medal at Rollins College took wonderful electrical current is and effects upon dise~ l -mYoe
place last evening at 8 o'clock before never had anythi* Tie aL Lot
0 a large number of townspeople and elemontrical itequien to Ihe nort
students in the gymnasium auditor- welt. The mot pleasant and
ium. This contest is entered each elective method of relst aand c e
'ear by a number of the men in the e inamthdoecli d
college department chronic and sp"isl es s
The program for the evening was lhwata s90
begun by Preside't Blackman, who,Ctb
Work the .as mater of ceremonies, introduced
It zeant Miss Adeline Niemeyer, who splen- 1oe
Sdidly played from memory two piano "1 h~
it. It w as solos. a kwe d P e e. d *ew
veral years Then came the speakers. First, 0 811o'P O T"nn r1 i
Worthington Blackman, whose sub- Come at once an et our o
rooery ject was "The Call of Honor;" sec- of your cs and the bent of
the support ond, Arthur Leslie Slater, whose sub- grand ofall oderncut
ject was "Altruism;" third, Austin .. gra4esthodll Ouroi all mp l l
ng country, Devol Gates, whoss subject was "The all 20 y boh Men and SWecA Di.e o
continues Duty of Patriotism." yrs' expert mICe, 202yeors both Men "ndWomen` Ezverbtwa
All three toitoP r tism In Sioux City, flrm ly 4 tablish strictly confidentiaLL If you caas'A
ontinuesA three ratios, which lasted be our relablity all, write us abo out r cs
re the nicest tween ten and fifteen minutes each, UTK I L MM
t f-d. were brim full of interest, and strong- D Hahaway m e
of Florida. N Dr. Hathaway & Co. ow lu.@L
t of Florda. ly and impressively spoken. g
The judges app inted for the occa-
owing that W sion were Commodore Dyer, Mr. E.
C. Ewing and Col. Hugh T. Reed, but
t Store as Mr. Ewing was unavoidably de- --____ ____
al with us. tainted, Mr. Kirkpatrick was appoint-
ol With US. fted to take his place. M32E3lJ1 I Br08.
T condition While the judges were retired the
d see that audience was entertained by the
d see that Rollins Quartet and by President Southern Copper W works
Blackman, who told of some interest- Southern
Sing and comical events which oc* e
curred in his school life. Then, see- Manufacturers of Turpentine S ll
ing that the judges had not yet
agreed,. Mr. Luckie kindly consented and General Metal W workers.
[T to sing a solo with Miss Isabel Field
accompanying on the piano. This
was enthusiastically received, after Old Stilis taken in exchange ror newones. Patching
which the judges appeared and pre- through the country a specialty. Ordersby mail or
sented the medal to Mr. Slater, who wire will receive prompt attention at either of te
was highly congratulated. following works -
IAs Col. Reed. who was spokesman FAYETTEVILLE N. C. SAVAn AmN, I
for the judges, said all the contest-
p ants deserved a medal, but there was JACKSONVILLE. FLA N0511E IALA
only one medal, so there could be
only one man to receive it. - -
tors a "UES AT-
f We are glad to agree to the idea of A YV
SAfurthering a good immigration 1V1 c I ER & & l 1XI IYS
FLO R ID A scheme. We object, however, to the
way our esteemed exchange, the
Times-Union, of recent date puts it. Our splendid new stock is now here, and we invite the
According to that paper, Floridians public to call and inspect it. There is no line in this section tha
F are land poor. What they want is a will compare with our late styles, high quality and low orties.
boom that will send settlers upon Of course we could not begin to enumerate in detail our stock.
whom they can unload. Brutally stat- but we would call your attention to the following partial list of
ed these may be 'the facts. But, for
pity's sake, let us talk of what fine goods and prices-others in proportion.
"FLORIDA" crops the land will produce, how sa-
-- lubrious is the climate and how gen-
We find not a land with snowdrifts lal the eleven inhabitants to the R U i 1 R U i I
heaped high, square mile. It sounds better.-Ar-
With broad, bare branches of trees cadhings ha o be "brutally stated Wilton Seamless Art 8quares-All in Jute Art Squares--0x1. nly 5*I.
against a gray sky, Things haveto be brutally stated the latest designs, all sizes, $40 to Cotton and Wool Art Squ.e to
Where rivers stand still, amid ice and at times to make some people see the .$50. $20.
Snow, point. We have heard people con-
And the dreary chill of north winds tend that our state does not need im- Arettes Art Squesi mn T Wr- ty
blow. migration. Such persons have not p d, t 3. A.
But our March wind blows on a Flor- stopped to think that we really are Wool Fibre and Fibre Art Square- All Wool Granite $ree. Art
ida spring,., Only $12. Squaree---8 to $14.
Where with sunshine so bright, the land poor, as the Times-Union says, Imperial Smyrna Art Square-2 t Japans Matting At q e--
er mocking birds sing, he and that the only thing that will mp$45. (We are Ocala agent for Small Rugs to match all .rt tr
Of a land draped in mosses and flow- make our lands valuable is a demand $45 (We are o cala aent for ma to match p s f t
ers rich and rare. for them created by an influx of new these goods), at reasonable prio.
Where the liveoak stands forth so s r ar
stately and fair. settlers. A great many people are
accustomed to think that land values China Dinner Sets, $0.00 to $125.Q0. Ten Pic:c Tois
Come, float in canoes, on our lakes depend solely upon the productive- a ner ets 000 to$125.00 Ten Pocc Tos t
broad and calm, ness of the land. Such is not the Sets, $4.00 to $25.00. Big line of China and Porclian
Come, rest from cold lands in the case. Land values depend more on Dinner Sets in all of the Latest Patterns.
shade of our palm, a and t a* de or
Our soft southern breezes lull sorrow demand than any other factor. Five



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BEditor Prank Walpole of the Man-
-- o- the ar has been as- f
i e o 1O e" as-atee Record,n his return from the
%a he m fts l. vTerBmIent Knights ot Pythias convention at Mi-
.t sim." at the ami last week, had some interesting
l pim aotelatonk in 8t. things to say about the east coast,
A men March 30-31. This, of which will be enjoyed by our readers
s.. re"ls to the government on tbls side of the state.
paa sis a theI r stpe envelope We wish we had space for the en-
bor4t oter. stampeword veloe n tire article, but must content our-
r omers th words, "'If no selves with what follows:
Sfor tr 6 days. return to Jones "To say in the outset that the east
SCo ... cr a pie of work which coast does not compare with the west
t all sad newspapers in coast in natural beauty4is the repeat-
mk4 thn bokm to their of- ing of an old and true story, for can-
Sdidly we don't -beleve that the good
T%- 1-, thb k that the govern- Lord has anything to do with that
-,.,ul4 no.~ a engaged in so section, save the making of the foun-
Ieat T u.u p t .k ing the bread out nation. To carry this theory furth-
*,f 1. ndtouths t tof local newspaper er, we have but to refer to the mayor
R* A klid of p te*ruallmunhat this of Miami in his address, when he
* grea, &ad gkoriou g government of stated that they 'planted their crops
our4 11h8i. bit I.. guilty of. with a piledriver and plowed them
4' fif', lane 1 the- bub.j*4- looks with dynamite.' But the hand of man,
Ilk. A a r strm.r" but on reflec- backed by enterprise, push, determi-
1..4 .hil -% ,j.-qt ~ *Il.. ry other nation and money, have built wonder
Oui.w has 'fo 41... the. h.aelas ot fully upon this foundation until today


The age of the earth is placed by

some at 500,000,000 years, by others
100,000,000 years, and still by others
of later time It is placed at 10,000,000
years. None place it lower than 10,-
000,000, knowing what processes have
gone through.
Other planets go through the same
processes. The reason that other
planets differ so much from the earth
is that they are in so much earlier or
later stages of existence. The earth

must become old.
Newton surmised,

although he

could give no reason for it, that the
earth would lose all its water and
become perfectly dry. Since then it
has been found that Newton was cor-
As the earth keeps cooling, it will
become porous, and great cavities will
be formed in the interior, which will
take in the water. It is estimated
-that this process is now in progress,
so far that the water diminishes at

'"' 4 offt** *
I*-partment do not the east coast, or certain sections o
f the rate of the thickness of a sheet of

. ,',e ',r.. t,. .ta -' !en,.nv,.lop.S" it. are 'thing, of beauty and joys fo-
LP% .,.', it. t,, h.-n ;t.tij,i ShaVe (, cr." Yet, after all. we wouldn't
a ,r, n.e-ndoubs ..e-, th-. govern-, give the Providence-favored west
e-**- ala- d.-e'me it .co' or.I -td have coast of Florida for half a dozen
pra t .1 .it the. .ntelhop.. "Ret urn in hand-made east coasts. Even though
6 .*% 'he. party s..nelinn the letter we don't live in it nor deserve ft, we
hm.iply *rating his or he.r name on want to be close to the spot where
the blank lite. o that if the letter is the Lord lavishes his favors, and we
*N, 1-al.-d for the government can are entirely satisfied with the 'Land
r.turs it to, tbh. write-r. therr by sav- of the Manatee."'
Oag I tfrun tlhe dead l tter ofmce. This If Brother Walpole lived in Polk
Itn. has re-turned millions of letters county .instead of in Manatee, he
tu ttit .r that wtre of great service would be just as well satisfied, if not
--A -&W-I

m talue to l em
Thts le*- is p ritd c by the govern-

L-f** as a businesss proposition, a
m** t *at- to the O wl-ople. for the
me ufarcurs-rs charge the govern-

t-*' motiblna for this work. as it is
461&* at th*. name tine, the die of
tho tanp strikes the unfolded envel-
pq- 4tain no ifrson ran have 'their
re-ure card prlnrtled In the left-hand
mw-r-r *ul'ksa that person gives an
w4.r for WO *Mveopes. In one sense.
the iroer*ow-It by this mneaure real-
1) 1 -1oue** a promter of letter-writ.
ts thsre-t-by .-larg'ng the social and
immew1erwial spirit o f r people, which
t iso demonstrated hby the increased
ate' of the stamped enwvelopgs.-Ocala
Kvesitg star

Ain~ view
The postae department has be-
on a- astrelsve campaign to build
p its stalll envelope business,
ad the tIhoum.snil of printers of the
ramtry. seits. disaster to their bus-
t--sb this ea -nt ,ariM of the govern-
mswt e be4ag aroused. The enter-
ta o the rgovomet into the print-
OIg Set dom sot mean competition.
buel abowlete lmopeo en vel-
aw pr ttla basines ,e.r nu printer
m ame* the prtiep which the gov-
-rswift Iv quoting It buys In such
ora.nhau quantities. and handles its
beakuema without the addition of a
steMil. dollar ,of '-xie-nse'. The local
mfinsis't*-r in #a(h town acting a-s
th. bhl-ine-.s aze*nt of the' government.

better, than he is in Manatee.-Bar-
tow Courier-Informant.


More than nine out of every ten
cases of rheumatism are simply rheu-
matisqi of the muscles, due to cold or
damp weather or chronic rheuma-
tism. In such cases no internal treat-
ment is required. The free applica-
tion of Chamberlain's Liniment is all
that is needed, and it is certain to
give quick relief. Give it a trial and
see for yourself how quickly it re-
lieves the pain and soreness. Price,
25 cents; large size, 50 cents. Sold by
all druggists. m


It has been well remarked by a
clever author that bees are geometri-
clans. The cells are so constructed
as, with the least quantity of nate.-
rial, to have the largest si..d' paces
and the least possible int rs ies.
The mole is a meteorologi ..
The torpedo, the ray and the elec-
tric eel are electricians.
Whole tribes of birds are musi-
The beaver is architect, builder
and wood-cutter. He cuts down trees
and erects houses a dams.
The marmot is a Itl engineer. He
not only builds ho-, but constructs
aqueducts and drains to keep them
The ant is a soldier and maintains
a regular standing army.
Wasps are paper manufacturers.
'aternillarcz aro s ilk qinn4Prq

paper each year.
At this rate in 6,000,000 years the
water will have sunk a mile, and in
155,000,000 the water will have disap-
peared from the face of the globe.
The nitrogen and oxygen in the at-
mosphere are also diminishing all the
time. It is in an unappreclable de-
gree, but the time will come when
the air will be so thin that no crea-
ture we know of could breathe it and
I've. The time will come when the
world cannot support life. That will
be the period of old age, and then
will come death. -Richard A. Proc-

As mercury will surely destroy the
sense of smell and completely *-
range the whole system when ..-r-
Ing it through the mucous surfaces.
Such articles should never be used
except on prescriptions from reputa-
ble physicians, as the damage they
do is ten-fold to the good you can
possibly derive from them. Hall's
Catarrh Cure, manufactured by F. J.
Cheney & Co., Toledo. 0., contains no
mercury, and is taken internally, act-
ing directly upor, the blood and mu-
cous surfacr.- of the system. In buy-
ing Hall'- :arrh Cure, be sure you
get the :'- ine. It Is taken internal-
ly. ari j de in Toledo. Ohio, by F.
I '"-* .y & Co. Testimonials free.
.old by druggists. Price, 75c. per
Take Hall's Family Pills for consti-
pation. m


Every house finds quick sale when
painted with L. & M. Paint A coat
adds value as well as appearance. It
also increases its salable chances.
The L. & M. colors are bright and
lasting. L. & M. is used in painting
by everybody. One reason, cost is
only $1.20 per gallon when made
ready for use. It's Metal Zinc Oxide
and Lead combined. It wears and
covers like gold.
Sold by Mclver & MacKay., Ocala,
Fla. (8)


w. th.t It i abhle to sell the envel- 1 ", .". -"i ,""'--.-
at a price hh. s little more The squirre is a ferrman. With N.H .Brown, an attorney of Pitts-
than h. iriti.-r bhas to pay for them. a chip or piece of bark for a boat, and field. Vt., writes: "We have used Dr.
it.. ,lt-.r.,,, i of flit- government his tail for a sail, he crosses a King's New Life Pills for years and
S, stream, find them such a good family medi-
...f. ., t* ra.' i .ast oV.'r the Dogs. wolves jackals, and anci we wouln'tt be without them."
C... .. .* 1 Iay to set where Dogs woes. jackals, and many For Chills, Constipation, Biliousness
S .i ':ni th. printers ifothers are hunters. or Sick Headache, they work won-
.,. ,,fr,,,. 0.,oun:.... to push the' Black bears and herons are fisher- ders. 25c. at Tydings & Co. m
ni en. "
S Ants are da laborers. SPECIAL MASTER'S SALE
U .- S'a<,,,r in a recent is- Ant are day laborers-
... ,,..- ,,snt.r ,.. %.ff,.r their Monkeys are rope dancers. Under and i vvirtue of a final de-
a- iliawre t ifthoofcree rendered on the 1st day of April.
.. ,.. a- ,he surest nmthod of "ONE TOUCH OF NATURE MAKES A. D.. 1909, by the Honorable W. S.
deal*-.r ,, "h*. matt-r. .ut it adds{ THE WHOLE WORLD KIN" Bullock. judge of the fifth judicial cir-
that if 'I ts plan is effe<-.i.s it must cuit of the state of Florida. in and
h to koarik-t ,u, at thit time by thel When a rooster finds a big fat for Marion county, in chancery, in a
ST i nters Iworm he calls all the hens in the certain cause therein pending where-
r-d,. a* Iare' That is. printers ev- farm yard to come and share it. A in Citizens Bank of Leesburg is com-
. .. t, :- ,-,dl.. "a(ttt similar trait of human nature is to l)e, plainant and Albert W. Smith and
a', .,, ..g*ot. ..n. niI get af- observed when a man discovers Harry E. Smith are defendants, 1. the
., .. .,, .,u meant lusti- ;scmthi'tng e-xceptionally good-he undiersigned special master, named
Wants all his friends and neighbors and appointed therein 'to execute said
.. h, S'I*1'.Iei gc.***- on to urge. to share the benefits of his discovery,. decree, will, on
Tll-t himn the.- goeririm'nt is interfer- This is the touch of nature that Monday, the Third Day of May, .A
tag t'%h seour bread and butter by mnikes the whole world kin. This ex- D. 1909,
ri ton asa ihat s which ou have al- plains why people who have been between the hours of eleven a. in..
t cured y Chamberlain s Cough Rem- and two p. m'. in front of the south
w. he~.n readt to to at a fair mar- edy write letters to the manufactur- door of the court house in Ocala,
el ( Tell hian it's not a ers for publication, that others simi- Florida, offer and expose for sale,
.. .... Th.- arious associa- larly ailing may also use it andI ob- and will sell to the highest and best
.0 ,,, ,,. ,,,~ r will present reso- tain relief. Behind every one of these bidder, for cash, the mortgaged prop-
letters is a warm-hearted wish of the erty therein described, to-wit: One
lutaiis an d s ith concerted action of writer to be of use to someone else. steam well-drilling machine (4 horse
I., .i ,. i it certain thai the, de-:This remedy is for sale by all drug- power) mounted on a 4-wheel truck,
.... ,,,1 a 11 accomplished."- -gists. m together with all of the tools and fix-,
are e- si b' accomplished."- O MS Ntures now in use for operating the;
wire-of`011oFOR MISSESANDCHILDREN same and belonging to it, including
"f,',...1 *4h111"110I -- wrenches, drills, rope and other appli-
* V We have a new oand complete line ances, or so much thereof as ma" be
Sta Another Opinion : of Oxfords and Strap Pumps in patent necessary to satisfy said decree and
St eollA notr opinion r and tan: also strong line of more costs. L. W. DUVAL,
4 ., o, adding insult to injury serviceable shoes for school and ev- J. B. GAINES. Special Master.
-.j.,!t,% the .South Florida Sen-e ry-day wear. H. B. Masters Co. Solicitor for Complainant. 4-2
,. t1 ,%ht.* l..Itor recently found in 4-2-3td. --
',. .- r IM.Woflce' box a circular FOR SALE-I desire to sell 2116 NOTICE
a% Inc h','i to grI the printing of the acres of improved and unimproved I
,,.,, r.,st on ht envelopes. to lands in the southeastern portion of In the Circuit Court ot the Fifth Ju-
Srtment -ad he.p Marion county, consisting of farming, dical Circuit of Florida in and for
th, mto. leimrtment-ad hepasture and timber lands: seventy Marion County-In Chancery.
h*o. .,no.r of a -well-equipped job acres cleared; forty acres under Rubie C. Connor, by her Next Friend,
nprtmg oW--i himself The Sentinel fence: located twelve miles from Jefferson D. Young, Complainant.
S..,- WhI'. s enough to make Ieesburg on the Oklawaha river. vs. Claude E. Connor and James
.. ure anarchist- *-this protecting Also farming implements and stock. M. Elliott, Jr., defendants--Order
S ur anarchist-thisprotectingthe latter consisting of one jack. two for Constructive Service.
*0d gre.tecti t government of ours mules, three brood mares, six young It is ordered that the defendant
qkliaC the crust out of the mouth of mares. one young horse, about 150 herein named, to-wit: James M. Elli-
-hild amd actually throwing it head of Jerseys, Hereford and native ott. Jr., be and he is hereby required
Sh a an enl tocattle, etc. Terms easy. Address to appear to the bill of complaint fil-
awa If tihe government is to deal ,m i ,im, im,-,Fn -, A.-.** ed in this cause on or before


Under and by virtue of an execu-
tion issued out of and under the seal
of the circuit court in and for Marion
county, Florida, dated May the 4thN
1899, in a certain cause wherein
H. B. Masters is plairntiff and
Charles W. White is defendant. I
have levied on and will on
Monday, May 3rd, 1909
the same being a legal sales day, and
during the legal hours of sale, at the
west door of the court house, offer
,for sale and sell to the highest and
best bidder for cash, the following
real estate in Marion county, Florida.
Corn 13 chs southeast and 50 deg
3A min east 58.57 che from southwest
cor Thos. Clark grant, thence north
45 deg, 30 min, east 21._6 chs, east
5.60 chs. north 43 deg. 30 min. east
6.24 chs, south 40 deg, 30 min, east
11.24 chs, south 49 deg. 31 min., west
11.28 chs, north 40 *deg, 30 min, west
23 links, north 49 deg, 31 min, west
4.49 chs, nco h 40 deg, 31 min. west
95 links, north 50 deg. east 9.77 chs.
north 40 deg, 31 min, west 10 chs,
south 5o deg .west 10 chs, south 40
deg, 31 min. east 10.95 chs, south 49
(leg, 31 min, west 10 chs. north 40
dleg, 31 min, east 6.13 chs to p. o. b.-
.0 acres.
Also beginning 6 chs south of north-
west corner of east half of northwest
quarter of sec 34, tp 12, s. r 22, e. from
thence sotrth 34 chs. thence east 2i
chs, thence north 26 chs, thence north
67 deg, 09 min, west 21 57-100 chs to
point of beginning.
Also northeast quarter of southwest
quarter, sec 36, tp 12, s. r 22. e.
Also beginning 2.62 chs east of
southwest corner of northeast quar-
ter of northwest quarter, sec 2S, tp
12 s. r 22 e, thence north 6.37chs, east
10 chs, south 10 chs, west 1" chs,
north 3.63 chs to point of beginning
Also lot 15 of C. J. Allred's survey
of G. I. F. Clarke grant, tp 12 s, r 22 e.
Also lot 11 of C. J. Alired's survey
of G. I. F. Clarke grant, tp 12 s, r 22 e.
Also beginning 20 chs west of
southeast corner of lot 22, C. J. All-
red's survey of G. I. F. Clarke grant,
intpl2s, r22e, thence south 20 chs,
thence west 5 chs, north 20 chs. east
5 chs to point of beginning-10 acres.
Sold to satisfy said execution and
all costs.
Sheriff Marion County., Fla.
0. T. GREEN,
Plaintiff's Attorney. 4-2.


Under and by virtue of an execu-
tion issued out of and under the seal
of the circuit court in and for Marion
county, Florida, dated August 21st,
1896, in a certain cause wherein
Charles E. Garner is plaintiff and
Charles W. White is defendant, I
have levied on and will on
Monday, May 3rd, 1909
the same being a legal sales day, and
during the legal hours of sale, at the
west door of the court house, offer
for sale and sell to the highest and
best bidder for cash, the following
real estate In Marion county, Florida,
Corn 13 chs southeast and 50 deg
30 min east 58.57 che from southwest
cor Thos. Clark grant, thence north
45 deg, 30 min, east 21.86 chs, east
5.60 chs, north 43 deg, 30 min, east
6.24 chs, south 44.-deg. 30 min, east
11.24 chs, south 49 deg. 31 min, west
11.28 chs. north 40 deg, 30 min, west
23 links, north 49 deg, 31 min, west
4.49 chs, north 40 dleg, 31 min. west
95 links, north 50 deg. east 9.77 chbs.
north 40 deg, 31 min. west 10 chs.
south 50 deg ,wes-t 10 chbs, south 40

deg, 31 min, east 10.95 chs, south
deg, 31 min, west 10 chs. north
deg. 31 min. east 6.13 chs to p. o. b
30 acres.


Marion ,Realty GoR




and ACT!

The Poor Man's Chance -An In

ment that will double in value in the

few years.

money for other purposes.

No. 218-80 acres heavy, loamy sand land. part of an old0 fld. oent &
room house, shed and barn; also about ;"o pach tro-e-a and 20 evm
trees now budding; several other varieties' of triiitt on plea.. e
tract fenced by good new fencing: spring air:l w.'ll principal
corn and potatoes; other crops will grow *i'ai:lly va w..l fi jar
from railroad. Price $710; half down. t.alanu. i, o, ., amt'n e


Marion Realty Co.

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Of Application for Ler to Sell Mi-
nor's Lan-
Notice is hereby given that on the
7th day of April, A. D. 1909, I will ap-
ply to Honorable Joseph H. Bell,
county judge in and for Marion coun-
ty, state of Florida, at his office in
Ocala, Florida, in said county, for as
order authorizing me, as guardian of
the minor heirs of the estate of C. D.
Bogert, deceased, to sell at private
sale the following property belonging
to said estate, to-wit: Lots 16, 17, 18,
19, 20, 21 and 22, in block 109, and lot
2 in block 116, as found on plat of
town of Belleview, Marion county,
Florida, on plat book 72, filed at the
office of the county clerk at Ocala.
Florida; together "with all appurten-
ances, hereditaments, and movable
property of any kind whatsoever.
Said lands belonging to the estate
of the said C. D. Bogert, deceased) to
be sold for the best interest of said
minor heirs.
This 2nd day of March, 1909.
3-5-5t. Guardian.


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23rd day of July. A D )19*. e ap
designed. as executors of the ha
and testament of Herbewt A.
will present their aeemset
vouchers to Joseph Bell. J)f a
bate In and for Marki ncomp.,
office in Ocala,. ad will iwe f
final settlement sad will i*Sp b*
nal discharge
Ocala. 'la.. 23rd day of J4
3. p rro? Y1rU.
As Executors of the lt U W
Testament of Herbert A. Phlk

Notice herebby gives as
6th day of May. A. D. 11 *
dersined. as ad-tal-ta1M-o ~ f

In the Circuit Court of the Fifth Judi- tatm o mOM IL V lf
cial Circuit of Flor'da, in and for will present my SaS 1 W 0
Marion County-In Chancery. vouchers to Hoa. Joseph 2
Wade Howell, Compla.-Aat, vs. Ter- of probt at h e e
ressa Howell, Defendant.-Order wil mak y s e t s
for Constructive Service. wil mao "y m OW w
It is ordered that the defendant will apply for Ae d"Js aggW W
herein named, to-wit: Terressa How- ministrator oft seldM e
ell, be and she is hereby r,'i. .o t Dated. Ocala Novmbar I a
appear to the bill of complajir uii .IAE iW
this cause on or before JA
Monday, the 12th Day of April, 1909. As Administrator of the iAft
It is further ordered that a copy of Robert E. Flina. 114%
this order be published once a week
for eight (8) consecutive weeks in
the Ocala Banner. a newspaper pub- NOTICE
listed in said county and state.
This 8th day of February. 1909. In the Circuit C(ourt of the Plnh
S. T. SISTRUNK. cial Circuit of Plortl.a t ia" 1

Also beginning 6 chs south of north- Clerk Circuit court. Marion Co., Fia. Marion (oumy in Chancery
west corner of east half of northwest R. P. BULLOCK, Wm. J. ('rosbv. 'omplainat. vs Ji
quarter of sec 34. tp 12. s. r 22, e, from Complainant's Solicitor. 2-12 E. Watts. et al. [fr*-nd&at--Ol
thence sorth ;34 chs. thence east 2, 0 for ('on-tructlv,. crvi
chs, thence north 26 chs, thence north NOTICE FOR PUBLICATION It is ordered that the I, P
67 (leg. 09 min. west 21 57-110 clhs to. Department of the Interior, herein named,. to wit Joh a W
point of beginning. U. S. Land Office at Gainesville. Fla. be and he i here-by required to
Also northeast quarter of southwest March 6, 1909. pear to the hill of rmniplalt Sat
quarter. see :21. ti 12. s. r 2'2. e. Notice is hereby given that William this cause on or -.for.
Also beginning 2.62 chs eas: of Scott of Kendrick, Florida. who, on Monday, the 19th Day Ap rt,
southwest corner of northeast quar- December 30, 1961. made homestead It Is further ord.l-r#l th1k a e E
ter of northwest quarter, sc 2'. tp entry No. 31256, (serial number this order bhe puhlthhe-d .*e ~ a*
12 s. r 22 e, thence north G.:17chs. east 01900) for northwest quarter of south- for eight ronsecutiv-. wehekm isI
1,o chs, south 10 chs, west Io chs. east quarter, section 33, township 14, Ocala Ilanne.r. a ne-'-.aper pub4lia"
north :.t63 chs to point of beginning. south, range 21, east, Tallahassee me- *n said county and *ftar
Also lot 13 of C. .L. Allrd',s survey ridian, has filed notice of intention to This 1,th clay tf F-tnhary. 9*
of G. I. F. Clarke grant. tp 12 s. r 22 e. make final five year proof to estab- S T lINTSI' NIK.
Also lot 11 of C. .1. Allred's survey lish claim to the land above describ- Clerk ('iruit Cort," M.artm ('n.
of G. I. F. Clarke grant, tp 12 s. r 22 e. ed. before the clerk of the circuit 0. T. GRE'HN.
Also beginning 20i chs west of court at Ocala. Florida, on the 16th Complaina 'rt s4oiitor .-
southeast corner of lot 22, C. J. All-Iday of April. 1909.
red's survey of G. I. F. C'larke grant. Claimant names as witnesses: NOTICE
in tl12 s. r 22 e. th.ence south 20 chs. Simon Washington of Kendrick,. -
thence west 5 chs. north 20 chs, east Florida. Of Application fo' Tasa -- I'd*dr
5 ('ch' to point of beginning-o1) acres. Daniel Green of Ke.narick. Florida.. Setion 1 of (nap.--r 4 4% law
Sold to satisfy said execution and Perry Edwards of Kendrick, Flr- ,f Fl,,a
all costs. i o .. ..r

Sheriff Marion County. Fla.
0. T. (;REEN.
Plaintiff's Attorney. 4-2.
Of Application for Tax Deed Under
Section 8 of Chapter 4SS. Laws
of Florida
Notice is hereby given that A. J.
Gill. purchaser of tax certificate No.
154, dated the 4th dlay of June. A. D.
1906, has filed said certificate in my
office, and has made application for
tax deed to issue in accordance with
law. Said certificate embraces the
following described property situated
in Marion county. Florida, to-wit:
West half of southwest quarter, sec-
tion 26, township 13. south, range 22.
east. The said land being assessed
at the date of the issuance of such
certificate in the name of Peggy
Brown. Unless said certificate shall
be redeemed according to law, tax
deed will issue thereon on the 3rd day
of May, A. D. 1909.
Witness my official signature and
seal this the 27th day of March. A. D.
1909. S. T. SISTRUNK,
Clerk Circuit Court. Marion Co., Fla.

maR nP T ainfIi IRn

Dan Daniel of Kendrick, Florida.
3-12 Register.

Ir the Circuit Court of the Fifth Ju-
dicial Circuit of Florida, in and for
Marion County-In Chancery.
James Lanier. Complainant, vs. Viola
Lanier, Defendant-Order for Con-
structive Service.
It is ordered that the defendant
herein named, to-wit: Viola Lapier, be
and is hereby required to appear to
the bill of complaint filed in this cause
on or before
Monday, the 5th Day of April, 1909.
It is further ordered that a copy of
this order be published once a week
for eight consecutive weeks in the
Ocala Banner, a newspaper published
in said county and state.
This 25th day of January, 1909.
Clerk Circuit Court, Marion Co., Fla.
By M. E. Sumner. D. C.
Complainant's Solicitor. 1-29

Notice is hereby given to all wevd-
itors, distributes, and all other per-
2 12-- A --

NotirCv is nh-r,'t, y v ln t'haet i
Dudley. purchau'r ee teas rerteeaf
No. 1, Town of HeIe-11.e-u. t&1*4 4
day of March. A I> 1'7 has l Im
said ce-rttifiate in my o cr*. ad s e
made application for tax 4** r
sue in acowrd-anc with law Ag-
certificate embrace s the- foilowa &*
scrilbd property Nituated is MagW
county. Florida. to-wit l a I to4
inclusive., in block 115. Ia the te O
Belleview.w The- asl l4ad o lbetg*
sessed at the date <,f there 'a of
such certificat- In th. *same -9
bard & McDuff I'ankes e d e,
cate shall bw r.esmvod at rdi tI
law. tax de*e-l will loas. tberasem
the 27th day of Marrb A DR I-9
Witness my omreC'il g lnmem -
seal this the 2ath -lay of POr4m .p
A. D. 1909 9 T ISTRS'NKL
Clerk Circuit Court. MarwmC o*. Of


Notice is herhy givel that the a
designed, as ex-ecutors of the %A
will and u.waamnemt of T C *lrthft
decea.sed, will on the
14th Day ef ApriW, ,M
present oar acoeuts amd v I-ofthe
Hon. Joseph Bll. as )Jd4e of preue
of Marion county. Florid at MB b 4
Ice Is Ocala.I ad will iaks ar m

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Whm Brother Dickey bagged %hat
o bfa ed "de tattes' 'possum dat ever
Wlekmd a shiny eye at de righteous,"
Ies aicked his mouth the whole way
bsei la joyous contemplation of a
q feast. "My, my, honey, but
yaou heavy!" he muttered. "Still,
same de Good Book tell us dat we
ini take up our burdens an' go 'long
UK '*. I ain't gwine ter complain
r yoU-not me! I'se gwine ter be
meekr* what ol' Moses wuz w'en
ho melted de rock an' made de water
:y; patient ez ol' Job w'en his fr'en's
OW him he wuz no good nohow, an'
do wife what he had gin him a piece
or her ain' ez ter how come an' why,
W t l him dat it 'ud be cheaper ter
awe a funeral on de installment plan
han ter be scratching' hisse'f fer de
ins' er his pain-'speshully ez he
A"' have no money ter pay de doc-
I il. No. honey, I ain't gwine ter
Ins at yer kaze you's fat, ner find
On& wid yer kaze you's heavy, seeing'
- bew yer done take de place er a
r%-*' la need. Providence hez so
ited It. honey, dat dey won't be no-
fty ter home but des you an' me. an'
*d bes' ol fire dat ever made ol' Man
lVter 'low dat summer done crope
Sg him 'fo' he knowed it; an' dat
U time done come ter go 'long whar
be gwine. An' lemme tell yer, honey,
~e w wine ter dress yer up so dat yer
des won't know yer own se'f-I sho'
I! Ef yer likes 'taters. sopped in
rtavy-de bes' an' biggest' in de patch,
rN bank 'um up all 'roun' you. an' et
yer calls fer mno'. mo' will be coming"
Ifm-ey. yer's do house-do chain rat-
tbes, an' die o41' opens! Walkin-walk
Still chuckling. he entered and
IBM his burden dowr. It wasn't long
before that 'possum was being "'co)ok-
ed to a turn. and Brother Dickey.
sated in his split-hottom chair. huii-

mis-bul sinner dat I is!"
The youngsters shrieking with
laughter outside, said, and others of
the neighborhood said, that the fleet-
est hound in the settlement could not
have overtaken Brother Dickey on his
wild race for the tall timber! He
used -to complain mightily of the
rheumatism, but he showed no signs
of it then. And when they finally lo-
cated him he was a mile and a half
from the county line, and still going
-weak, but willing to give trouble
the race of its life! It was some
time before they could coax him home
again, and when they did, it was only
to pack up his belonging and depart
for pastures new. And they do say
that Brother Dickey has been super-
stitious about 'possum ever since!-
Frank L. Stanton, in Uncle Remus

Lo, this is the season of the year
when the poor man, whose back yard
(in his dreams made to bring forth
succulent lettuce, and the gay radish
and the fragrant onion) looketh like
a cemetery with its little seed envel-
opes on sticks at the ends of rows,
which the poor man has carefully
planted for his future regaling in the
shape of "fresh vegetables that we
grew in our own yard." And the poor
man getteth up in the early dawn. and
hieth him out to the back yard,, and
sees nice little green blades where
there were no blades yestere'en. And
he goeth blithely to his work. and his
heart is filled with peace when it
rains, for he knoweth he will not
have to tote water to the little green
blades when he goeth home. And.
in the evening, he goeth home, and,.
after his frugal meal, he walketh in
his garden. And lo (noi like the tirst
lo. thotuzhi. he findeth no litJle green
hbades. bur only myriads of signs

mld this old plantation uine: 'which proclaimeth Il thl industry ol
hits neighbor's hens. And the mail
"Rahbit swA.t anl" good ter eat. say, lh DAMN! just lilk, 'liit two or
My holtny. lhow 4)11u do? thre,- tiniest, and he adroians noi) morel
But de' ain't no i meait 1-ik "'possuin of l,111 succullt rl ce anll the gau-
My honv o o w you io? dy ,'adlishi andl the per'meatin onion.
No' he sadly harks for the tin horn of
"Watertnillion is harl ;ter Ibeat. 'he vender of "'fresh veg-e-ta-bles" andI
Ham an' hog-jowl mighty sweet;I ls i.eart is bitter within hint. It is
Ht de'y aint1i no teat lak 'possum
meat. spring. Birt his neighbors have
My hon'y. how you do? chickens'-Brunswick (Ga.) Journal.
"Bre'r 'Possum say: 'Hit's a holiday.'I FIGHT AGAINST LOAN SHARKS

My hoin'y. how you
As' de folks is hongry
way -
My hone%. how you

whut come my

"De folks is hongry. an' ,ley wants
ter eat.
Aa' I'm des de bes' man anybody
An' dey knows what's good. an' dey
knows what's sweet-
My honey. how you do?"
Now. when Brother Dickey was
jeading that 'possum to the sacrifice
be was not aware that two mischiev-
as youngsters of the neighborhood
were following him. or that they had
a UvO 'possum in a secure place near
by. aad had entered into a conspiracy
against him. But so it was.
Brother Dickey placed the well-
browned possumm on the table, survey-
ed him with the eye of appetite, then
mattered: "Now. I'se ready for you.
ibMey. an' you is ready fer me. But
o"' I sets down ter de enjoyment er
Sou. I better git er bucket er spring
water ter drink yo' health."
He wasn't long away; but when he
ietrued and entered the cabin door.
the bucket fell from his trembling

The Pensacola corespondent of the
Tinies-Union says: "A movement to
drive from Florida what are common-
ly called 'loan sharks' has commenc-
ed in this city. and if the plans of
those who are opposed to loan men
collecting from 100 to 200 per cent.
on their money materialize, the leg-
islaiure. which is to convene in a
short while, will pass a bill prohibit-
ing such a business. Hon. John P.
Stokes. one of the members from this
county to the legislature, has taken
upill the matter actively in this city.
and announces it as his intention to
carry it before the legislature, and
introduce a bill which will drive this
class of business men from tho, state.I
In Pensacola there are about a dozen
loan offices. and it is charged that
in some instances on a loan of $1h,
$161 has been collected in int"'est.
and at the end the furniture and per-
sonal effects of borrowers have been
seized for failure to pay the original
amount, as interest had eaten up all
the moneys paid into the loan com-
pany offices. Mr. Stokes declares

He traveled far through many lands,
He heard the Adriatic roar;
We walked on Egypt's burning sand.;
And stood where Caesar stood of
He viewed the pyramids and sphinx,
And when at last he had come home
He only talked about the drinks
They served in Cairo and in Rome.
She found her way to Ispahen.
She spent a week in far Bombay,
And hurried onward through Japan.
And paused at Melbourne for a (lay.
And, having reached her native shore,
Her only subject, first and last,
Concerned the clothes the women
Within the realms through which
she passed.
Swing de shovel an' de pick,
Good roads coming' soon;
Make dem odder towns look sick;
Work, you lazy coon.

Dig de dirt an' make hit fly,
Good roads on de way;
Bubble wagon buzzin' by,
Sholy work do pay.

Sun keel) sh-inin' an' we sing,
Good roads coming' soon;
Wheel kin roll along an' bring
Glory ter de coon.
-St. Augustine Record.
With a population of more than
4000 to be cooked for and fed three,
four and five times a day for a week,
and with no butcher, bakery and gro-
cer "around the corner," the culinary
arrangements of a modern steamship
nimust, of necessity, be most complete.
Great cold storage rooms for perish-
able provisions must be provide.l, as
well as the appliances for cooking
and preparing the raw material. The
kitchen and provision rooms of the
"Georgit Washington," the newest
Ssleanin-hii of the North German Lloyd
iaind the largest German vessel afloat,
which will arrive in New York June
2''; h. are of enormous dimensions.
The kitchens of the first and second


Armour with his car line is robbing
the growers of Florida by excessive
charges. We are thankful that there
are growers at Savannah who haye
the nerve to test Armour's greed. A
suit is pending for excessive charg-
es. This is right on the heels of forc-
ing the Armours to pay $4000 dam-
ages there for refusing refrigerator
cars three years ago.-New York Pro-
duce News.
The Rome Tribune-Herld spells it
,uinkapin." Kweer. isn't it, just as
Roosevelt quit simplified spelling,
too?-Augusta Herald.


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There is a project on foot for the The lasyers f..r thke 'nwp.r. ae
erection of a very handsome $100.40040 busy pr-.parlnKg their -,,eS ft a
hotel at Clearwater. new trial

lheir respective classes. In them are
great slteaminliI. stock pots. ranges,
steani tables, and all modern machin-
ery which can in any way aid the
chefs in 'their work.
Many of these devices, such as egg
heaters, potato parers, mincing ma-
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In addition to th-e kitchen, there
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