The Ocala banner

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The Ocala banner
Uniform Title:
Ocala banner
Ocala banner (Ocala, Fla. 1883)
Alternate Title:
Ocala daily banner
Alternate Title:
Daily banner
Alternate Title:
Ocala banner
Place of Publication:
Ocala, Fla.
Ocala Marion County Fla
The Banner Pub. Co.
Publication Date:
Weekly[<Jan. 3, 1890-Mar. 5, 1943>]
Weekly[ FORMER Aug. 25, 1883-Dec. 28, 1888]
Daily (except Sun.)[ 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.
Additional Physical Form:
Also available on microfilm from University of Florida.
Dates or Sequential Designation:
Vol. 17, no. 12 (Aug. 25, 1883)-
Numbering Peculiarities:
Issues for 1884 later called new ser., v. 2.
General Note:
Editors: T.W. Harris, F.E. Harris, C.L. Bittinger.
General Note:
Publisher varies: Frank Harris & Frank Harris, Jr., <1913
General Note:
Description based on: New ser., v. 2, no. 14 (Dec. 1, 1883).

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a", i, < i;;:s,' r- f ,tu Mr. Hl:rrvy E-ulet.,n i- up after a
-,**itwhat protr-Acteud illne-s.
Mr. J. V. Sylvester ha" a i,u-in-s
rihgageimenl t iin Ja-ksiiville.
When in Ocala step into the Rail-
.',ad It-staurant for a good dinner.
Mr. B. W. M<-Donald has charge of
tAe- -uri.O ,-tanid at the (),'ala Hlou-se..
\W \'e*ave you money on drueis, and
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':i,-umtiel. Nothing bIetter. Pric--.
.'. It-. :t TydVini- & Co', .
*.-. Wr.av, the expert tuner of thei
lalitax Mu-i- Hou-e. DavIona, is int
'*ow lav t-orde-rs at Weilie'-
0. :*;: ham- a ,'it'zTn whlo hlis pa'-,-d el
*t: thrill ty-tir-t milt paot aindl i still
*l ,Tialvl anId I'llysicallvy active.
Mli-- Marguerite 1-1. T. Stringer, a
:,-.'iT'atiti. yo,:fig lady of Brook--
.!!.. ,- :I u-~l of.t M.:-s Sara Harris.
M1.- l'tiun-' Williams is. in ilOralas
.4!, 'lie Wvi'!ta: aeltd i- iiviiu in her
*:a.tiiul It -idl''e eoli Fort King av-
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Ir.. \\ il-on antd Caroilitne
W i1i-'. ,: I.exi(:i.''>:i, Ky.. are the
a.i-'- .f Mr-.. W. J. Williams for the
4 itI* r.
Mr. I-rael Brown has left OcalaI
:teviporarily. His headquarters will
i.e at Thomasville. He is traveling
for a New Otleans hou-e.
Mr. Josephus Munden was the first
.person in Marion county to receive an
aplpoitntment from the new governor.
He- was appointed notary public.
The lDaughlters of the Confederacy
w ill -:i ve a reception to the t otnfeder-
:;tt vtc'clal- at the" Montt-;euma hotel
,hi- tevniiiig from to ten l 'clh'k.
Iri,._' l.,tr iow. l io\4:ve 'i its. lead to
t ,:I, .-o i :t i,,:i. Prickly A-.h
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Service in Trinity church, Orange
Lake, Sunday next, the 20th, at 3 p.

in., by Rev. Chases M. Gray.
Mr. A. A. Winier, of greenhouse
fame, received an order last Tuesdla
for cukess" from the Windsor Hotel,
in Jaek-onville, which he promptly
The lumber mills of Oeala are doing
a ni.'e loeal trade and our carpenters
;ire b!'i-y. 'Thlat is ; straw-v iiidi-
'atiioar thit lpi:--r,*u.- windi.- are
I'!. I I' ',
M.r. I. J. Blruiby, tlitor -iu l pro--
prri-t!r of tii.- .Minin. anld l.unufac-
turi;i4 It ....*;',, of .l:tks .i -i!le-, i, in
aI I'.t* un (id was a 1'.--! of 1 hi-. hcala
at it- "j'enijili.
Mr. Ioouis Fox, a former O.'ala citi-
zen, and who still takes an active in-
tere-t in (hcala affairs. has recently
written our mayor a very flattering
congratulatory letter.
Mr. C. C. Rawls recently gave to the
Baptist church of Mountrook a large,
Iw'alitifully t!:ed bill, whi'-ht now and
for a long time to come, will call its
members to worship
Amionig the fraternal ,.allers at the
Oh.ala inner otli.e thii week were
Mr. (ieu. II. Chitippll, of Kendrick,
.Mr. Jaimts 11. It:td.r, of lBlit.htoin.
a3W'. Mr. toroe 11o,-. of YorK.

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.i:0i: after *:,itiL. try I':.,ti rii rtii's
s t> .w-i> t 'rd l.iv,-r "l', l,': Pri ,. '5
i',;il-. S.a!i;:pI,~ free- at the .\:::i-Si -

A plirty in this city r-,..tly wrote
to. thle erk of the supre-iiT court forr
-an i' (lli of i!lt.,rl at i'i. HI got a r'-
Iply to hisk l-Iter ao. t eiL:ht week-s af-
tt-r it wa-. writtnii. The clerk -eems
to bte- aiout as low as the court.
Mr. Daniel A. Miller, Sr for a long
time clerk of the circuit e';uirt of this
county, is out again slhakin!l hands
with his numerous friends after a
protracted illness of three years.
Save doctor's ills i.y giving Fol y's'
lHoney and Tar to) iiif.aiit andi chil-
dren in time, to prevent pueumronia
oir 'coup. which are fttal t, io many
thou-an:d- of b.abit'c. Aniti-Monopo ly
DIru: Store. Ill

I4enI. J.J. Finley, foru m-rly of thi-i
ity. i s now living wit lit his so- apt.
'. A. Finley. of Lake City. Thie gen-
eral is in his eighty-ninth year,
and while lie is feeble in his linimbs his
general health is good.
La grippe coughs often continue
for months and sometimes lead to
fatal results after the patient is sup
posed to have passed the danger point.
Foley's Honey and Tar affords posit-
ive protection and security from these
coughs.- Anti-Monopoly
TiLe (cala Ilnner gives many rea-
sons whyV the country is now so "0i he
jiyful." Never again. we hope. will
there t,'t a cry th:t. we c:tn ni-vt : l t
happyiy until thli i'e i-., l.wit t heaven andi
:a :ntw ,:arthi.--Tinir s-(';1 tln d t 'iti-
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I ci. t, i tlhe 1li' it-i'hbliorihooil
;wft,;\ --;im,, year- a r-,. a l :iil ii VSr
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a'.t l:ritive'. r,'t,:it'. lvy piy hii?'..e 1 inl
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Cut tlii- out! :i'l< ;::; ii' :o th l A ti-
Moiip.>y I);Iin S;( re :ritt l '7 r a free'
f.-iipl>, o. f C'hlam eraii'l Slitoimah
.t,! Li\ r l'T i.eS-t tSl t-i -[ ',iy-i-r.
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Mrs. W. K. Pendleton snd Miss Mary
Reardon Entertain.

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Fire--Yotrie, OwensE, Elwards.
Po lice-Stnith, Owens, Helvelston.
Market Cariniliail, Livingston,
Sanitary-Martin, Youge, Carmi-
Building-Smith, Yonge, Carmi-
Light and Water-Scott, Smith.
Cemetery-Oweus, Martin, Carmi-
Beat Out of an Increase of His Pen-
A Mexican war veteran and promni-
nent editor writes: "Seeing the ad-
vertisement of Chamberlaiu's Colic,
Cholera and Diarrhoea lReimedy. I am
reuiniuc' that as a sollir iun Mexico
in '47.:ic;dl '4, I1 contracted Mexican
diarrhea and this remedy has ktpt
rite fr-.nui i:ttiL: ani increase iin my
pt.:-i,'i. f, r on ,-vtry renewal a *lose
t'i it r .'-i-rk 'tuii-." It is unie- ualle-t
k-- ,.i<,'k tUct' f<>r dia.rtii ta., andl i-
1. .l'IA:i.t andl -I f to take. For -ale Iy
tie' A.itji-.l,'toi'ip-y Dru ti Sore.. in
Again Amongst Us.
'!r. J. W. .m1'rr.'w, wiho was a ci:1-
,i ,. O)cala for aboutlt three years au1i
left us fiirte-Lin yvtars :'.. is with us
.'n a vi-it. awil is very iiuc.-h pleased
will the growth ala ti: is made idur-
inig that p1ieriod. Since leaving Ocala
iAjr. Morrow has mIade a tour Iof the
wrild, vi-itiu.: over iawaii, the

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This is a Tonic that I

Has Been '1 tried

Snd Don't Fail.

I Only 50 ceyuts at._- ]

'i Post Office Drug Store.

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lPenlie T. i : i enit,.rt:ti:,d tl (I ,:P .!,; L li, -' \? N hi-t
('tul ; :t:nl to it oiuin.,; friends iith i aprort--sive whist party
at their beautiful home oni Earl
The house was very beautifully andl
artistically decorated with palms,
bamboo and garlands of magnolia
leaves. The large prior and dining
room were thrown together and in
these two rooms the seven whist ta-
bles were placed.
In one corner of the hall in a beau-
tiful bower of greens was the punch
bowl, presided over by Mrs. Reardon.
Whist was played until eleven
o'clock, when a most delightful sup-
per was served on the small tables
The club prize, a handlsomne sola
pillow, w:a~.sut for by i laude
\\ atterrn:t, Lena Bullock and Sarai
Harr i-. :atii wvis latter.
Tie visiting ladies' prize wa-waoll
by .i,-'h t"ringter, one1. of the charni-
ill. g:et.s of Mi-,: r:arri. rili, prize
wasa ta 41opy of "'it th!e Palace of the
King," by -Marionu Crawford.
The za ntlenian's prize, a cut glass I
ink stand, was cut for by Dr. W. H.
Powers, .Messrs. W. T. Gary and W.
M. Dale, the former being the fortu-
nate winner.
After the supper the tables were
cleared from the dining room and
dancinins was enjoyed until a late hour.
l'ie visiting young ladies present
were Miss Stringer, of Brooksville,
Miss Ausley, of Thomasville, the
izuests of Miss Harris; bliss Taylor, of
Ohio, the guest of Miss Weathers;
Miss XWil-.on, of Kt ntucky, the guest
of M1r-. W\illiau; an, Mi.~i s Bitond, of

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Brave Men Fall
V'.tiip- to -- !l w h, liver an'! ki ey

feel the r'tults in los- of appetite.
'oi,,i-, in th-. ld, l. a:-kache. in'r-
v>',u -ie..<, iitealachl a iri tired, listl-:.s,
run-dovwn fe-lini. lBut the-e's no need
to feel like that. Li-iten to J. \V. Gard-
ner, Idaville. Ind., He says: "Elec-
tr, Iitter-s ar.* just the thing for a
m:an wien lie i- all run down, and
don't care whether he lives or dies.
It did more to give mie new strength
and good appetite than anything I
could take. I can now eat anything
anId have a new lease on life." Only
5o cents, at Garrett & Gerig's Drug
Store. E.veryv battle guaranteed. ::
Council Committees.
F.llwinii_ are the ditlerent eoimiiniit-
ttn.-oftlihe -ity -ouincil a.- appointed!
by Pre-sident it. S. Scott:
-Finair e-lHlelves'to, S ott, Smith.
Jutiihi- irvy-liviliinst"u, Owens, Hcl-
tr'ot -l- 1 wards. Livinrston, Mar-

Stop the Thief!
Stealing your money: selling you
poor garden seeds at high prices. "Go
or send to J. B. Sutton, seedsman,
Ocala, Fla., for special low prices on
the best seeds on the market. To-
mato Egg Plant, Eastern grown
Beans, Rocky Ford grown land other
Cantaloupe, Watermelon and Cuenm*
ber seed are exceptionally fine. Sam-
ples free. On application of thesaede-
siring quantities, state quantity want-
ed when asking for samples. l-ll-4t.

Our line of toilet soaps is second to
none, and we invite your Inspection
Garrett and Gerig.


SThat exzpresms it exactly. Of course.
Syou1 can o to other stores and pay more for
the same articles thlian we ask, but you will
nO i t ge any better. for we sell the

Best Goods Made

If you have lived in this vicinity long
enough to become thoroughly acquainted you
won t think of buying any article before look-
ing at our assortment. If a new-comer or a
.tranger. ask your friends or a neighbor, they
will tell you what nearly everyone knows-that
we are headquarters for the

Best Goods at

The Lowest Prices.

We take pride in posting our customers
on what goods are worth and showing them
how to save money. Yours for





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0 1We carry all grades of \Vagons. Buggies.
Sinle' and D1ouble Harness. Etc., in stock at all t4
times. "We have a larger and more varied stock
than ever before, and a more up-to-date line can
not b( found in or near Ocala. 4)ur -"best" is


In Memoriam.
Oil la-t Sunday afternoon the Woo l-
men of the Vorld erected 1o the
memory of-thir departed sovereign,
H. K. Smith, a handsome monument
in Greenwood cemetery. The day
was in all respects beautiful and the
ceremonies touching and impressive.
The Woodmen were assisted in their
loving tribute by members of the
Fraternal Union, of which order Mr.
Smith was also a member.
Stops the Cough and Works Off th
Laxative Bromo Quinine Tablets
cure a cold in one day. No cure, no
pay. Price 25 cents.


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Famous Saoe.
Tbe better a shoe Is made, the bet-
ter it will fit the foot.
The better it fits the foot, the better
it will wear.
jimt make, perfect fit, unequalled
durability-that describes the

Humanic Shoe
For Men.
It is an error to buy cheap shoes
when good, durable, stylish shoes can
be obtained at a fair cost. Next time
you want shoes, try a pair. You'll be
more than satisfied.

Price $4.00.



Merchants' Block.

Ocala, Fla.

nestle of ***ty -- -uI"
The remilt of the seeood primary
for county comminioner stand, n
to the time of going to prees: Fort,
221; Williamson, 200. There are yet
two or three precincts to be heard
A Wreck on the Plant System-A
Lysohing Follows.
A severe wreck oeer.rred near Gulf
Junction, just below Dunnellon, on
the Plant System, Sunday afternoon
about six o'clock. A rail had been
removed from the track on a curve.
The engine and every car left the
track. The engineer, Mr. James
Roach, well known in this city, was
instantly killed. All the other train-
men and every passenger miracu-
lously escaped.
It was clearly evident that the train
had been purposely wrecked. The
crobar used for removing the rail was
left on the side of the track.
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-- The bloanounos ot Mr. Buttgei
In Memeriam. bach were employed and the prop
The following resolutions were man run down. He confessed h
passed by the Methodist Sunday crime and said he deserved deati
school of this city January 13, 1,901: He was a negro. His name was RI
WHEREAS, God, in His infinite man McKinney and said be was froi
providence, has called Edna Earl, Georgia. His purpose was robber:
eldest daughter of Brother and Sister He expected a great many of the pa
M. M. Little, and transplanted one of sengers to have been killed and in th
our sweetest and best scholars to His darkness and excitement he plane
home above, therefore, be it to rifle their pockets.
Resor,'td, That we bow in humble The man was lynched near th
submission to the will of our Heav- scene of the wreck.
enly Father, and redder thanks unto Lingering La Grippe Cough
Him for the influence of the pure Osgood St., Chicago
young life which He gave to bloom inMy wife had a very sever
His garden for a space of eight years. case of a grippe, and it left her wit
Resolred, That her memory will ever
be precious to her many friends,anda very ad cough. She tried a hottl
in a special way to the teachers and of Foley's Honey and Tar and it gay
primary class of which she was a de- imcured her entreley." Price nttt. a
votedlmb That we extend to the e-Anti-. Monopoly Drug Store. n

heart-broken parents and grandfather W. C. T. U. Meeting.
our most sincere and loving sympa- The regular monthly meeting of the
thy, and pray that the grace of the Ocala Woman's Christian Temperance
Lord Jesus be sufficient to sustain -ulion was held last Friday afternoon
them and bring light in this dark at the residence of Mrs. W. H. ('ole.
hour. May they realize His abiding man, in the first ward, with a ,(,od at
presence and hold sweet communion tendance of members and a number
with Him day by day. of visitors. We started the new year
Retolred, That a copy of these reso.- y adding several new namlies to oui
lutions be placed on the records of the roll of members. We would like to
Methodist Sunday school, Ocala. Fla., have more of the ladies in Ocala join
F:rinted in the Florida Christian Ad- our ranksanl help t;- tiaht tledeiln)n,
vocate and in the city papers, and a drink. Our organization is tuleiiotu.
copy be sent to the afflicted family. national, hlerefoie irmnilers of all
To that beautiful place lie has i nfe t, ) p i t c l u ihes ar For all who arn washt. :.n,i ltrgiven Us. The fi,lhwil,,. (,ficr wer c l"-
Many dear children aare athtriu. tHtre. ed r the 'vF .r 1 .H : P .,idbilt, .\i',.
For of sucii i- th,. f i, dm in t lcax ri '.the
s. G. W. mlara \Vattrni;an; ',r',-p':iig :mi
ls. G. M.rN, recording secretary, Mi-. lola, LAddl
J(.;NNIE BWIII, trea-urer, Mr-. IN. (C. LovPrid..e -i)pi.r-
('o Z SKI, intendentt < lf rt-.s work, Mrs. I'Pt, r
..- inzrai n; super'intendenit .ijil work.
Millions Given Away. Mrs. R. (' Loveride; ntiperi nten,-tiit
It is certainly gratifying to the pul.- flower nii-sioln, Mrs. (j. \V. Martiu.
lie to know of one concern in the land The next mleetinr will te. hel< at
who are not afraid to he generous to Mrs. Colemana's hoime on FriLay. .'t*-
the needy and suffering. The propri. ruary 15. I'"r. l'::ss Wo u~.
etors of Dr. King's New Discovery for For a Bigger CoP of Cotton.
consumption, coughs and colds, have
given away over ten million trial Lot- The cotton convention, thl purpose
ties of this great medicine; and have of which isto stimulate the planting
the satisfaction of knowing it has ahb- a larger crop of cotton il Marion
solutely cured thousands of hopeless county, i i e hel i the Marin
cases. Athma, bronchitis, hoarse- pra Houe desda Janary 2: ,
ness and all diseases of the throat, Iok. The -peakers are: (,n. I,!..rt
Bullock, 0,ala; Hon. HI. W. l,',ig,
chest and lung are surely cured by it.
Call on (.arrett & Gerig, druggists, art Ho. W.
and et a e. trial bottle. ular Glinesville; Rev. W. A. Wilkr.'kn,
size. 5).- and $1. Every bottle guaran- and Prof. J. L Wiiey. Mu-i', by th: ,
teed, or price refunded. ;: colored hand.
In Memoriam. You Know What You Are Taking
At a regular meeting of the Ladies' When you tak 4;rove'. Taste-sle.
Home and Foriegn Missionary Society C'hill Tonic, because the formula i.4
of the Presbyterian church of Ocala, plainly printed on every uiottle, !.ih,,-
Fla., January 14, the following resolu- ing that it is simply Tron atid < ui-
tions were adopted: nine in a tast- le.s form. No cure, no
WHIERAS, Our Heavenly Father, in pay. .",.

His infinite wisdom, has removed from
our midst by sudden death one of our
own beloved sisters, Mrs. IDonald E.
Mclver, be it
Rrf,/l.ef: That we how in meek sub-
mission to his will, acknowledging in
this event, however sad and mysterious
to us, the hand of One who doeth all
things weli, and that we realLe that
all things done by Him are for our
good and for His glory.
Rc.''red. That through her removal
the Ladies Missionary and Aid Socie-
ties lose a sister who was always active
and zealous in the respective work of
Re.'R/r,-/.d That we will sadly miss, her
cheering presence and the many beau-
tiful traits of character whi,'h made
her life a blessing to heer church and
lIT'./r,'.: That we a--ure the sorro'v.
ing husl-aad and chi:dre'n and the aredl
and crushed mother aund tli i
we lovingly symp%:%lii/. .ith tha in
their great lo,'.
1'.* / 'l'That a per- ; -',t ipo: in i
oiur record book to pher rni-ruory ;.inl,
i t l .s or r il I w i lt h l i r Ii :.i- ie .

Mr. Russell J. Owens and Mis Su-
san Browning Marean w marriage on January sth at the homine
;of Dr. and Mrs. W. H. Marean ini
Pensaeola. Miss Marean had imailvy
friends here, this .binz h er fiornm i'
Tried Five Doc t
Mrs. Frances L. Sales, of Mi'.uri
Valley, la., writes: "I had sever,,
kidney trouble tfor years, had tried-
five doctors w without benefit, but three
hottle- of loley's Kidney Cur.,
cured me." Anti-Monopoly I)rug:
Store. Ii
Itelia!le man. for mlanl.ier of blranl'li
otfce we wisl to open ill this v'iinity.
If your r''-corl! i- 0. K. ht:r.-' i- ;an
opportunity. Kilidly ive ;:vgmdl refi r-
cl,.e \leli wr itUi-. Thlie A.T. M". !-,ii
W\ li -.-s.tle Hou '..1, Ciliinnati, Oh}i. I
Ill -';rasted, ,";.talacu- 4 ,'t-...-;*'.r;; -. 1_'
Don't Worry.

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[Contributions for this department may he
sent to Mtiss M'Etta Hancock. Archer. Pla.. or
W. F. King, Bronson, FIa.1

County Teaohers' Asseelation.
The next County Teachers' Associ-
ation will meet in O(als on Satur-
day, January 1.6, in the armory build-
Dr. John F. Forbes, of Stetson Uni-
versity, has kindly consented to be
present and lecture before the associa*
I sincerely hope that every teacher
in the county who posibly can will
We also extend to all patrons, ad-
vanced scholars and others an invita-
tion to be present.
We will meet promptly at 10 o'clock
and I hope that all will make a spe-
cial effort to be on time.
The whole program will be inter-
esting, and teachers cannot afford to
miss it. Supervisors are especially
requested to attend.
The following program has been
Can and will the people afford a
higher rate of taxation for school pur-
poses?-Dr. W. H Russell and G. J.
Thi benefits resulting from a com-
puiisorvy school law.
1. To the pupil as an individual-
Miss Edlith J. Meadows.
"'. To the teacher-W. B. Burt.
:3. To the s hool-Miss Sallie Yan-

e cey.
re 4. To the conimunity or state--
e T. Gary.
d A report of Arbor Day work.
n Lecture--Pres. John F. Forbes. *
W. D. CA'~.
e A Gift That Was Peculiarly Mr. flox
e ham's.
William D. Bloxham can ino
write an "X" before his name. H
r has made the best governor that Flor
ida has ever had by all odds, and h,
r will be remembered as the only mai
a who thus far served the state twice ii
that capacity. I rbane, polished .I3
dignified, Mr. Bloxham is a fine spe-.e
Smen of the Southern gentleman
the good old school, and one, n1.'r.,
over, who is gifted with an elou), tii.1
peculitrly l hi- town. Th,,-e vho l.ei.
Ij 'yeI I!; 2ov!'rr a f m;i;'ii.
will n : faiil to r. -all n..- of his p. ii.
fli Ii !; :t c r i olt ,him

that Ww witrlhi i. l. :tav lt.tvte i, t
you Iiu; <>1!, ."ti,,l ,l :,f "imy haive
i tbet- l,-t ?;tV. two ci rs!. ago. Iit
i encounter Ibin, eI! !, :ltre 's of 'l'aT !! -
h!a-..-, Jacksmovill. or, ';
xiXatti-red not where. atdwl thit '-,,ri'dal
greetin,., properly hillt led anil :l,-
d ,ire.sed, was certain to ri li out. Tlie
i !!-.itieitiv. ipower of r"lelit iiri.zn
liities ;titii r' 't,-e, is i.reat gift, .slpe-
S ially for a politi.'::an, :.itl td hat is
Swhiat. in the best ,.nt-. Villi;am D.
i,"xh:bmn has always. i,- n. -.I:ck',oti.
ville Floridiia ni.
Working Night and Day.
'Ti:, [, :ani ightie,.t little
1thIin; that ever u ts matde is Dr.
Kin;i, New I.ite 1Pi -. l'-.ry pill is
a -, ;!r-,'oat,-ll ,..i',.. <',4f health, that
clia -s weakne-, into strernlt, list-
le-,suss into energy, Ibrain-fag into
ment-,l power. They're woriderfli in
builii.,' up the ih-:ilth. Only 2;- per
l,',x. iSold by (;arrett & (Gerig. :;
Florida's Phosphate Industry.
Hon. H. S. Elliott, state statistician
it Tallahassee, has received reports
from the 'United, S;t,,ts cus(itou m house
authorities at the several Florida
ports which furnish evidtlince that lheo
phosphate winning industries in Ihils
tre. ari' ilnrea.&inlg greatly in mnatini-
tuei. For several l'years Florida has
surpa"sed all other -tates ili the ;ut-
put of phliosphates, the extent of
tlie ,idI)osit.s of tis r';'k is not known
ve. yet, although prospei'tingr la1
been carried 0oQ o,.lstalntit for the
past ten years.
l'ile official filur,.s received by Mr.
Eiliott '-over the l eleven llunithis fror,
January I. 1ioo, t l) ,(- er I 1;,,l ,
and .how that Fi r:,l ha ri i o,.k aii.i
pIeikle ph'S>'pihaits l!:t, ,..-; ,exp,>rt.
ed frim t!le sev.-r:, ; ,,rts during rthat a- fol'owss: Tl'ai, 5 .,, '
t o.-: K. y W e\ t, :. ,, o,.,
*i,;;i~i, 1 i4 ,",l tln:- l.. :^;,.,,a ,- ,, I ,

*' \ :* > ; ; : t \ ,. t,.' .

Grip is everywhere. The papers tell us thire are
two million Americans now suffering with 6"grip,'
(or La Grippe, as the doctors call it) and what ;s
worse it is more violent in its character thin ia the
past, as a much greater percentage of victims are dy-
ing from its effects. Grip attacks the old and the
young, the hard workers and the people of leisure,
the rich and the poor, everybody, in fact. whose sysv
tem is not in perfect order. If the bowels are consti-
pated or irregular, if the kidneys are ailing. the blood
impure, the liver torpid, the digestion weak or disor-
dered, it produces a condition very favorable to -'grip,"
and such people are its victims. A little care will ren-
der the body proof against attack; that is to say. the
impurities in blood, liver and bowels can be driven out
through the use of Prickly Ash Bitters. the great rem-
edy'for cleansing and regulating the system. This
splendid remedy purifies the bowels, strengthens the
kidneys, renovates the liver and blood and tones up
the digestive organs. In short, it prevents "grip." by
putting the system in good condition. And as a help,
in cases where the disease has already fastened itself
on the body, there is nothing better. It flushes the
sewers of the body and stimulates the vital organs so
that nature is assisted to more quickly throw off the
disease. Sold at drug stores.
Anti Monopoly Drug Store Special Agent.

Successors to Pittman & Co.


Large stock of Furniture
Just from the factor .
At very low prices .

Furniture of all kinds bought. sold anIl .xchaigel. Rig-'ar
gains in furniture that has been repaired and :enov.' ated. Sewing
Machines bought. sold. repaired and exchanged. A lot of ma-
(Ihines for sale at from o.5 to i. each: guarantei..d in !,rfect work-
ing order. A regular **( )ld Curiositv Shop" of oi. a.II ends. u.w-
ful to) most e .-erybody. to bte -!osed our at big bargains. A sec4'od
aIm d typewriter. .:..

W. A. PE uOT. Ma:,ager.

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| Best Meals in the City!

Oysters in Every Style!

I Rates Very Reasonable !

S. Magnolia Street Ocala, Florida



Pooi. and Billiard Tables New1N


Attention and

Mtonlezunta Block,

Satisfa cory services.
to everyone.


Ortli, IF&


Also Successor to Yankee Novelty Works

R 'ugh and inishin Lu mber, M ntels,

Seho I De-ks, Ciurch Seats,

a'sl'-. ?4It 8!'1 ':n.!ov '!am~es.

S'r, llS~J~~lL'Lath.


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Turne-il Work.




The paper "Of the People, tor the People and by the People."




V..ri. Ji'.:~ *N Nt:.I'!1VJ(, Opening of the Ocala House.
t. A ii: 2 ''F'WE.;I. A:A1:1--To The d-rsto the tdititip" roon 1 4 f 't i i i
A tF 11' '11 1:M -: : j. AS I f-Ib L &.U i IfI J Iait_!'%.t !u 4 j!

t~a~ a t a i -1a 'a ,'If'-E Al TIll'

I..1. 1I Iuii 'V I- tit'e :14 vr dtA ( i
~~V# TqdIO I*(~~ Iunaer at
.1.i .-,ivilt.3411 1.authiorizedl to re-
f. ir -utS ..rijot nan anti advertise-

.3Iiij. JsuvitsaEv,&uK. *fathcr ul Fort
IIfnm r.-r'tmu*a i-.tdike.
4s"aa:i ahI rat c-.t 4o w(,,,v t -4 or, Ie rs.
~. e '~ r q' a. ii t~I an ~'JOi.v Iler

~: ~ ;-.
4 .~ I I4'~- -

4** .. w illj

.,.,f- t* (ur g!4.*a riewui-. to give (lt-
*-t little "pink- rtviiiindern.." that ue
;&-*, .enldit.19 401t 1iromTupIand gent-rous

,'t tw.elpt jol of the IDaughtertof.
C'.uifederacy at the Monmtezutma
--.-I this evening i,. it.,honor of bven.
s *~birthday.

la-t TJo' "~Iay it nif zoz i t-, aimI att htiesis
w iere rc-ale4 I m.itiI -! rawti~ eI1it :mt Ii
'IrAmgeS '11 he wa.ct' fruits .. ad
temlptimar loiII of fare in aill reslit-vis~.
About twenty-li ve.guvt-s41W lid hoor
to the lireakfsal and a liii! tourist
travel ik alut iciloute .l
With a hurd road and ai dummy
line to Silver Spring and a steam
launch and stuall row boats to lily (lie
pell ticid and beaut iful. refractory-eol-
tiresi waters. of thigh realization or the
romantic stearchi of DeStita, ()Otala
should easily andl sp.t-'lily become the
mos~t, potPiall-r it-!,ort inl Florida andi the
"(icla' hoek-u-bldtok wit haguest'..
\1.JI jjj il I'.at,,.., flit. In-liiti i.
Wict, (f I he (Ino4 palu-ak i l'!, pol ite~
:a li d pi .1.'t h e- l I I I h .htla-I besit tat
OvtIacHtm-.t it lia- IIeen ~a -ourev of


Among other things G;olf and thet

weekly (erumau will obe instituted.
The opening of the "Om'ala" gives
tone, gaiety and a look of prosperity
to the city, and the (O..ala Banner
wi-he- it a most sutt

V% ini 1jT .Jl-l tttI-9119ILAAnother Life Goes Out.
_.U afix iu'-it1-ou'.-.I itl.a. ~ ~ tedaho xnUst&rtYl
rV A' .1VU VV 01 .at Wk i he'-.- it hdah4 x~ 13a-r(e
Ii'-sei:a ehi,:it ,1 e t~life wa.: -. 'le of
*':i~a~ it~it~a Ii'' il ttt ~t~utj~ii retim a iv i g -on itf lr-. M at ilhita lln
r~*- t -t;x~aa~rli Ii h ~e*e~ tv .I tit- 1:11e ( '),icurel V, I 'w 11-41I ladeger,

A :).-r'.~tit.aa Ow.i ltie-ii it~ ?aiiaV

V-to It.i1 II- *41 sJ't'i 11(t -4-i-. ile ii vv,I. m i ;.I. llit. v \W,-

~!i Fi' -.d u. 14tft1I i lls ath L,t7iM. 111111ni c -d a wiIz
a f -ti I tazdtlit' A t 11r'lte a I-

titifm ..1 ti'k. riktxAll-T trail-~ta
dru sxot.Heti sll- uarei.df t r*:-O h 'It-. intligjer
a re!.4el3 ee I 1! ) a! r IV ixi.rS, iii t I ir

~ ..-v, il! ~ 1I tntHaris 111I eula~tte-., and Mit ws. JheBre wn, cIl

:oohlz. It :idrIbtt Hleoulas*fl bur.ised Ifronlt!hisrejbtheuitn
-. ~ ~ ~ ~ ~ ~ ~ e ai a .ge--iailad h thWeod dia ftedaW orld.-atI
.'~i( e 1%#-v i a.. hifi r lit-4aI ll adds t' i t ig '1'Iock-Ne. is .h'M. eia at' I'ici hop'. f

.~ aaekiiaz Hubbardlandnd :s :reai- :tltI.lhis
1111141win .....i'% 1,1.J l: 1.
:aiiii edbite friends and railtay ass(,
-wie Irion W. Hunah jti H arris. Holt. fiatei-'h*lld Nles.rsu a ke :t lrmwnI. 4Car-~
It ii, hatal WuldNHailt", bt hiscma ils, r..~elrue tit ane
Af~, x4-P~* 1191*,Nll el .:114 t le ile omR e l M I~. ( 'o leia. 'Wo he 'Ii'-
7' Wr 01' t14-111. 41tl,(I lIilV i ng iki~ith S )an lvitng f i~ta il fanth
*:itfla--uier"I.'It a ardro344 frnai lit heride nd at few ot thyhatia%*t mteI
Afe LaatoSaGrippFerrWhvatailr finswrelrlt
~. iawha nd Vei~ ark Lae rtf-.t and Mr-. it,' mltol1-ft hon tiac~I

tgteQrtIfler. t for seve.h \Ii-H-i ay.augmani
Hfalv. 0ttiha(of 4Iii-,; 41!.'- :tiidmarrViedI
*~TttC]l itt -!.titit\rl()fitile

ati._k a sala va i t IW xeir Park .\ Lake Nr '~r, :X~tie ur (ittiletr

wtoe 10 s'-''uldtalV their ot:in. ond Theouma~iinit-4 aunatlialved iii oubr .1ty,
ke Weir itisted .ofio going orth ityI

to thet'lizihllt'. .~ iz
Whist Club Entertained.
\l .Neth I N. AIfr. lIt' Itei~tVI T IcIt I thv

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Plants. Plants'

The Mot!:i-r.-- Friend.

for 4 h-l,tliv, ii totake :zinath :,
.t~u-.~I s iet~''i*--.ia~v .'tI
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SBranihof of (Comnerini t'i :.l t Jacksonville.


In order to follow out our policy of not carrying mer-
chandise over from one season to another, and to effect a
quick clearance of our entire stock of Winter Goods, we
inautgurated, commencing January i7, an extraordinary

Clearance Sale

18 At Decidedly Low Prices!

lhc Plain and Novelty Dress Goods. in account of late delivery by our
Clearance sale price manufacturers. we offer two lots of
Ladies' Shoes, in button and lace-
S2.c Novelty and Plaid Dress (Goods. our regular price $2.00 and $2.50-at
Clearing sale price and S1.!9. These are reliable
-i .m and serviceable footwear.
a :q9., All wool Cheviot Dress (oods. Our Special Shoes. I
SCle.arini sale price Qen C ity, for ladies ......----- .. 1.5

3 :" All Wooal andl Silk and Wool
5 k (.'I r is i ( s. ( l<,arin<" sah. pricI

SSiilian Mohiiir. I-in wide.
('lvrii s l ie price

WEAR GARMENTS ( Th.etina .s:.o -
S1r i, ". .s i. ( ti t .h I ( rossetts shlioes for men- ----.- --.. .
laitk silk skirt. ined withi 1t'erv.f- -, i. ... ..0
i taffeta, vei vet bound: nr minister's shoes for men ------.-
price "1..50. Clearing sale price
S----------------------------- Ws \e Ve guarantee these to be the best
S -.- *valIes on thle market.
B lack tatfeta skirts .line d with mer-hils CLOTH.N. a
S'erized talTeta. velvet ihoum; form-
er price ll.:.'. Clearing sale price CLOTHING
llac al woo .' .kIrs fo1 er \ In tis semi-annual clearing sale
Lack all wool ehoint k irts: former
Price .o-'. ('l.ariiu sale i)rice we are ofl'erin, exceptional values in
S.. ... .S!...' order to close out th e en tire stock of
Sd silk skr Winter Clothlin. The feature of this
SprI-ice s* .. ~ain sale p ric. s'le is Ca broken lot iii sizes and quali-
S----- ---- ties of M ,n s (C oats: form er prices
Il..lek .lk moihair skirts w l.. ..^. 0J to, s ,,.. (l a.tain osale Pr i e l 0
pli'nite rininiin-': form 'er l "ri<'< i8..'.
i c'h1aring solt.'" ......-, AMAZING MATTING VALUES

I ak brilliantine skirts: former l'n Rolls. at unleard-of low prices.
sale price a h ,. 1, ,. r
,--- I.c goods just obtained;ifrom a leading !
a' o hnd iii (pe ,i r~i .i~- importer at about half their original -
li.alance on hand on Capes and .lack- .... I
ets. all this season's -oodI ill hie prices. and will be sold at the same
sold at clearing sale prices, extraordinarily tempting concessions

FOREIGN WHITE COTTON FABRICS. Every reason can be urgedlfor
buing now. Maker- abroad depend upon these first productions to build up
future trade. The( s.end their gems. We show them crisp and fresh as flowers,

unspoiled bv tlie handling of later days. They are absolutely and authorita-
I t ively the favorites of thle season. j


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~ wm~ in-', - --

Pomp and display are its adjuncts.
Its glitter dazzles the eyes of the pop-
ulace and makes its actors appear
great. The early Egyptians knew this
human weakness and the Ptoloruies
surrounded themselves with great
magnificence. Solomon understood
it. See how spectacularly he received
the Queen of Sheba Those who saw
fA RAW, Eitor. John Robinson's circus had a faint
Imitation of its splendor. Kings al-
"The age wants heroes-heroes who shall dare ways appear before the people dressed
To struggle in the solid ranks of truth:
To clutch the monster error bythe throat in purple robes of the richest product
And lead a universal freedom in." of the loom. They and their favor-
The Boers are still making it hot ites are decorated with swords, mued-
for the Britist in South Africa. tq- odtar Ha.i and i ldi braid in
osla star bad -adg ri in -

The state's total indebtedness, as
shown by the comptroller's report. is
Nevertheless, we hope "Editor
George" will be made mayor of Jack-
Hon. George F. Hoar has been re-
turned to the United States senate
from Massachusetts.
The tourist should be informed that
Ocala has more attractions and bet-
ter hotels than any interior city in
Wu Ting Fang, the Chinese minis-
ter, recently addressed the New York
Bar Association on "Chinese Juris-
Hon. Mathew Stanley Quay has
been re-elected senator from Pennsyl-
vania. His majority was two in the
house and ten in the senate.
Senator Pettigrew recently scored
General Shafter in tho senate and
Senator Teller referred to General
Eagan as a "foul-mouth blackguard."
Governor Jennings has appointed
Dr. D. H. Gwynn, of Brooksville, su-
perintendent of the State Insane
AQylum, vice J. W. Trammel, term
There is one thing dead sure, the
men who nominated Mr. Bryan are
not dissatisfied with hinm or the issues
of the campaign. They do not attach
defeat to either.
Mr. Aaron Bach, of New York City,
has exchanged a cheek for one hun-
dred thousan.t dollars for all the hold-
ings of the Ybior City Land and Im-
lprovement (Conmpany.
Mr. Alfred Vauderbilt and Miss El-
sie French were married in New
York last Tuesday. Then wedding
was very "swell." New York's "4t10"
were all present. The bridge has had
settled upon her for pin money prop-
erties the income from which is over
$12,(0WK per month.
Now is the season when time small
boy fills himself with green fruit,
which invariably leads to cramps, di-
arrhoea or dysentery. If parents are
prudent they will have a bottle of
Pain-Killer ready for such enmergen-
cies. Avoid substitutes, there is but
one Pain-Killer, Perry D:vis'. Price
25e. and 54ec.
Our best friends are not tho-', who
make life easy for us. O)ur blst
friends are those who put courage,
Energy and rvsolutionu into our hearts.
There are thousands of livts dwarfed
and hurt irreparably by pampering.
Parents ofttimies in the very warmth
and eagerness of their love, do sad
harm in their children's lives by o':er-
helping them: by doing things for
them which it were better to teac4
them toldo for themselves; by spar-
ing them struggles, self-denials and
hardships, which it were far better for
the children to meet.
Bryan's State.
Nebraska has no bonded debt. The
last bonds outstanding were redeemed
and cancelled June 2, lui,0. During
the last twenty years the wealth of
this state has increased 135 per cent.
Statistics show that only :U( out of
every 1000 cannot read or write. This
is the best showing made by any state.
Eight per cent. of her farmers own
their farms. Nebraska originated
Arbor Day. In a single year Nebras
kans planted 66,937,494 forest trees.
In 1898 l,l,~1,00u sheep were fattened
for market on the fertile lands of the

Publisher's Announcement.
The passing of 190O sees the close of
a momentous year of a momentous
century. The lI.ol World Almanac
presents a complete record of thie his-
tory-making events of the year that
is closed and a record of the inimor-
tant events of the century that has
gone before. It is the only reliable
book of its kind and ..t:tias alone
upon the pt'dt1stal accorded it lIy all
appreciative public as "The Standard
4, . .A 9 'r

rich profusion. When a Roman em-
peror or soldier had conquered some
rebellious province or barbarian
neighbor he returned to the capitol of
Rome and his triumph was made
spectacular. His prisoners were ex-
hibited in cages and his entry was
like a modern circus parade. Napo-
leon understood this human weakness
and did not fail to profit by it. Even
George Washington loved the gaudy
uniform. Thomas Jefferson was the
first one who had the good sense to
refuse all display and set the pace for
democracy. But his example is los-
ing its flavorsince we are about to en-
ter upon a career of imperialism.
Mr. Hanna and his fellows are pre-
paring for an unprecedented brilliant
inaugural next March. It will
eclipse the coronation of any of thlie
emperors of the old world. The edict
is that an American emperor of the
Philippines and other islands of gulf
and sea must dazzle us poor LWnightfed
democrats with the poImp and circuim-
s-ti.ce ami glory of iinsjerialism.

Bryan on Reorganization.
"It is not inece-satrv to dis-uss Ilh,
subject of reorganization further tha
to say that reorganiiza-
-. ). tion is an internal
tr miedy qr(nd that it
cannot be applied ex-
Itern:tlly. A pcr,-i
Iliust tit' Inside of thit
tW 'lt Ppairty ,et-fore he ani
'..i. "participate in thle par-
ty ruanagenient. FSomie seem to think ,
lthat tliev ,:... I,, in' Ipurposes and inA-ide fr tle ,ur-
l)(is of r orgra iztiti n. If a mi an l:-
l'.wv-s Is wife (-- o',tailn a divorce from
liii oil tih. ground of failure toL sup-
port, detsrtion r-I11arr\ h li.r i-:,'i're the pu6ili- 'will
piy alvny V ttntion t hi is'i- :
of solii-itud for her li welfar,-. A.- -i i
thl,se who have loht their par:yv .Nadi-
ing ltecause of their tdesr-'tion of thi t
party candidates and unfaithfulmnss
to deniocrratic doctrine-s as detintd Iby

legitimate: authority, must re-unilte
with the party before any atten:!io4n
will be paid to their pretensions o'f in-
"Those who are in the party iitl's
have a right to a voice in the mnakin
of the platform and are entitled to
imtke such change in lthe ,oraniz-itiii
or nachiinery of the party as they
please, but honesty and good faith re-
quire that any desired change shall
be openly prop .sed and fairly pre-
sented. Party organizations are
framed for party gov 'rnments and de-
rive theirjust power from the consent
of the governed. Party platforms are
of no value unless they rtfleet the
purpose of and the policy desired bty a
majority of those who belong to the
party. Those who aret. really devoted
to democratic principll.s will neither
practice deception in writing a ilat-
form or in securing the control of the
party machinery. I hope that in this
and other states tlie party may be
able to avoid those fierce financial
contentions which sometimes detract
attention from a party principle and
waste in personal fights the energy
that could he directed against the
common enemyy"

"Editor George" Says to Office,
The "Oeala Editor" has been a
friend of the editor-in-chief of the
Times-'Union and ('itizen for a quar-
ter of a century. They witnessed the
transmigration, so to speak, from the
stage-coach era in Florida to that of
the railroad and steam boat--they
trildgedi ayly, asso.'iotel ill manylly
iuntdertaking.., ip (le hllI, anld ill turn
went bumping down, with a rehi-,r-
ity likened to the swing ,of a pe-rdu-
IIn, but 1nevtr faltering in wi--hing
for achli the at-est o-f good ; It'-, I.ut
never effort in all tlh-e years Iihas thi.-
warmi-hearted Ne-ttor of the Fth inriIa


success when you succeed, and the
lunch-counter, begrudging Its scant
offering, when you fail. Not all the
temptations known to political Meccas
could induce him to depart one step
from the law laid down unto himself,
to strictly adhere to the work In hand
--that of doing his share in making a
newspaper for the pe ople of Florida,
seeking no personal benefit therefrom
outside of the bread that he tries hon-
estly to earn and the legitimate suc-
cess of his labors-Times-Union and
State Banks.
The continued improvement in the
volume of business transacted by the
state banks is very gratifying, and the
fact that there have been no suspen-
sions or liquidations during the past
two years indicates that the business
of the banks generally has been
wisely conducted. That the conserv-
ative action of the officials of
banks has produced a feeling of confi-.
dence there can be no question, as
the increased deposits afford the
strongest evidence, Banks are a ne
cessity, and, when properly man-
aged, are beneficial to the people
generally, as well as to the communi-
ties in which they are organized, as
they invite and encourage the people
to save a part of their earnings to
meet future demands, either to sup-
ply the necessities when other inc:Yis
are exhlin- ,-. ,or for the purpose of
te n',ii.mlihiji for future investment.
Ti ,- un.-ral banking laws of this
state are' h lquate to protect the in-
tere-ts of all concerned, except when
a tbnk goel,'s into voluntary liquida-
tion, or is place ed in the hands of a re-
ceiver. It would be of great benefit if
the legislatur,- would adopt provisions
similar to tliose tcotaiti.ed in the Re-
vised Statutes of the I nit 4 States
relating to voluntary lialuidlation, alnI
to receivers for banks that are forced
to suspend.-W. H. Reynolds, Comp-

a f& 1ON F0 A QUARTER-century old
$, V IOi remedy for coughs and
///!^ /colds that's as good to-
I -_" ,E -day as it ever was, and
S.'- // /' always has been the beat. Twenty-
five years of guaranteeing Foley's
0i Honey and Tar, because it was a
sure remedy,has brought its reward
tl in large sales and many friends.
S' 1-- It's still the same guarantscd-to-
S, cure-or-moncy-back remedy.
\" .. It will cure al. co,!chs and coMs,
S,\ i \" .'x croup and.l hopin,. couch, la
t grippe and bronchitis. It will
S O '- even the w;,rst cases, and will pre-
vent p>runumonia. It's guaranteed.

For cuts, bruises or sores

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A caterwasdrawng ~vemm loi~.r:~ erin rylamwliem tme i li-i ~ ?~t~h~ 4'a'I Uf~.j m1.10
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i ta -,I ti 'lg ,fm '
sfatit-- :~ii I()-, i n t Iieut, it rer0t1i rx-in

siLtes -.41l A 11)..till I v.rm'f-t-mi"-.. A!
i~pyi. n l's I ia'a,-v i ost (m 111, \~vit ill (lI I
F.:v- t Il N k-%%- YX ork lit.- c t Iim. i ov,-r
125,11110I, iil N.~-~-.NvJar-.ev alicutt ait2

I70,11110. Ill llhilfiiai, e''0.", M. Bryim
gamed 40410). al 011 Owie llier iiaiid, a
Bra r:rm i.'.jtirilv of ii ll a 1-Itah was
eiaiv~erit-.i to :4 Ml-l'lllt'y n:1ji'arit (ofal1
2'00, J.anmodill Odtrado .I -.I'ry'anii haa-t
O)Vk'I 1, )~. ( )II t. eI ';i-ifit. ( *4)ast -

at Bryan -wai'it~rity o~f 70101) was tranis-
fe'rred lmow a .Ahiinley niajoritY off

A system regulator is a ltiel,-icne
that strengthens and stimulates the
liver kidneys, stomach and, liwel.'.
Prickly Ash Bitters is a superior sys-
tern regulator. It drives out all un-
healthy collditio.s, promllotes activity
of body and brain, restores good appe-
tite, sound sleep and cheerful spirits.
Anti- ';onaopoly Drug Store, special
Witll words of no uncertaiiin sound
did thlie Patrons of Penusylvania stis-
lain thle unanimous action of the Na-
tional Grange for two years past in its
opposition to the ship subsidy bill:
"We are against the pssage of the
ship subsidy bill, believing that if our
manufacturers can conipete with the
world in building steel bridges, loco-
motives, etc., they should als, be able
to build ve.s.sels for our conmllerce,
and, further, that if we are to go itnto
the bounity business the agricultural
interests should be h-elped instead of
being riqtjire1 to lhe-!p I:y for the
pro'tction of a iSuiusi--.. tint is now
paying it- mlnk'.i-iers aral i)'p- a grm-ater protli than th- fi miiers re-

fevv.. flight's attio, a--u ait$'xi-



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n! ea t we miayv :a-wt i i lo ?~~e

- i J-t( ad of ik i~.j aI:. ?r '

buy tlwea- t1II' lot '' I .''i

-tej)It 1:dli -aat. 'e it

your stoialia-hm vo 1a itgm itill 11111 fl- -1.74 1.
3-Ipir folain's and I -trmi'i 1.1.clt!toea3,Iar

Stalls 2 s1nl I City Market. Oeala.

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I Did You Ever Kno

I any one who smoked "
* of Five C ir ./ of

* time? ,.ent cigar smokers are 0

* always dissatisied-always trying M

0 something new--or something differ-

5 Cat, as there always seems to be some- 0

M thing wrong aboutthe cigars they have m

Seen smoking. Ask your dealer for

SOld Virginia Cheroots

* They are always good. s*
1 Three huared llioasmokd thisyetr. Price, 3 for 5 cM.






Wc wO."t -In '1 .~mI o:II v mYl -' va
Anid homw iwu iii!1. 'v- .:t- 9. 1~
%11-'IT1 n1 ur ~ATO iixom.9.
The ma~:.'~ninn:' au thth thoghit.. ul i''t.: and

:.-t 91 ',1g% I ba ~lvik and Ibite." wit %a.
pli, zhuman wlicagm-with immortal v.Jlmi..
miln t i:.:,vmttht' rith.x1'9 ul a bitte.
A-,, m 'L w.,*h tt3awin and w~ith.tth-4onti oi.
Olt 1,' de'a.:m.)n1 4t, y l htlitn..fl, V wl a '.e. ttong
til'a 21
9 9 9 .~ t .. Ign. it-i9't. youi2 I I'mht ,%.I]
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A 'in; : .':IuI' ktLil our t199..-na*anJ ia-k
III, a m a .au~loC- IDUT c('iimCr
;,!it!.. rul. and if tit) -:~zig ig

A ndil -;.i ati In -cip-. V I k I.a.

Anmt! 1 7-mat!-' %'It*
4)' t,?i~p t- 111t.' thi iugle- .

Th-'Tt rcache- with thein tom .I 1-. VZ Ia*-

.tnC I' .mU(1x~t-v;)orK fol mthit ix t 1al.

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The Velvet Bean.

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Wt I' .- vitj' in '- :;d- -o flrm in!
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Women as Well as Men

Ame Made Miserabe by

Kidney Tirouble.

Kidney trouble preys upon the mind. dis-
courages and lessens ambition: beauty, vigor
and cheerfulness soon
disappear when the kid-
neys are cut of order
or diseased.
Kidney trouble has
Become so prevalent
that it is not uncommon
Sfor a child to be born
afflicted with weak kid-
revs. If the child urin-
Saes too cf:en. if the
urine :calds the flesh or if, when the child
rea:h a a an e w-en it should be able to
cl'rcl the pa-sage. it is yet aff,;ced with
L'ed we'.ng. depend upon it. the cause of
the / '. :..-."y i: kidney troutle, and the first
'cp [.-.u!d be towards the treatment of
-_.t-.. :.p::'art organs. This unpleasant
:"t- ..e :c dc- to a d.seazed condition of the
..... 2- .

e(I so- fliorr N aboutt tl'- eheapest wkv

4 '4 tmi sut Iit-, Ati I it il
loudI are.- xpoovioe't# tht- i.' uII1'.r iafew

agommi umany uuanuuacturt-rs (of'ints-
chinery for the past two sensons, try-
ing to get sonme oue (of' them to get Up)
a health han~d for otle-horIse
lx~wer liuller that could (Io this work,
and at a reasomialle i'ost, so that any
fariner could have a maicliut And
hull his own 11m'a ,, at hlonme at (04141
tituv.'. There is IIOx :4 good 1.-iiauzid
for such a ma('hile and the demand
will ~outitiue too inrebw. for yetur- for

llt-l'acI 14al gt'vi i t'1i*wt) will get
uloatidl Introiliuce I% c~omzipllte huller

Alimmil ilt odi,.ato-i l ii jric', will rvaj- :a

.N.ow, ir. i.izma it ;A i ialil
re1ir~ mttli'eaiicuitiui.&1Io '.aisil I

tim ni' f. r -et i ingout 114 t-rs.i rubI i,
shadeand : ifru i re-t-', i!. i ,,s up'it -,

intothe p.-azin uicm:itjl:t''cs r"fore
the sapm ritov!. it, eurly -I.rhing M ucti
lm.7 Ir A9'tj~~'~(if vti I t-i''l l it' lt'1 4hoicV&

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lil h t- !.11) 'mi. J iZ. If ally '

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A Prcmml-nt Ch:cago Wconz,. -

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A t

Arbor Day at Hurri~anc Pcnd Sechoo!.

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9a 'a, :m ;I;, 2!tYo WA.
T h. 1";- h- I '- 9 1 i 1!

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-lm Im~m~ n t li':l- n1hm

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lfn aI er -m pleirvis, *r of I I I'rimvtlt ei I inA

Mrs. XL Curry. Ann iti_, hio 9--. liI't-,.iiIn
M tr. Alonzo Bi Btch. vof Au'tin,

i-'; imow vist-itjg ft i-'ni!ds:tandir'lIat ive4:
foir the first timeitti thirty
Mr. BWitch --vslit, sawsuvh
a we~ltidtrftil inmimr~vt-ient int imy 1-111'4ll
vij-itt-au:td lit,' i.t- traveled cxh It-

m ''' i r t e ro f aIt '. l t4l 7 ( ta

ilt-I'-.'-,vr tint! ttpupil- itlZ l mri( t-nicri-

,_,ram w a- rt-udei'n't14letthe jl;o= ntll-
-. I all t..n.. !td.




Contagious Blood Poison is the most degrading and destructive of all diseases, as it vitiates and corrupts the entire system.
The first sore or ulcer is followed by little red pimples on the body, mouth and throat become sore, the
glands enlarge and inflame, copper colored splotches appear, and hair and eyebrows fall out. These are
some of the milder symptoms; they increase in severity, finally attacking the vital organs; the body is
tortured with rheumatic pains and covered with offensive eating sores.
It is a peculiar poison, and so highly contagious that an innocent person handling the same articles
used by one infected with this loathsome disease, may be inoculated with the virus. It can be transmitted
from parent to child, appearing as the same disease or in a modified form like Eczema or Scrofula.
Many an old sore or stubborn skin trouble appearing in middle life, is due and traceable to blood
poison contracted in early life. You may have taken potash and mercury faithfully for two or three years
and thought you were cured, but you were not, for these rpisonous minerals never cure this disease; they
drive it from the outside, but it is doing its work on the inside, and will -how up again sooner or later.
rs T.W Lee. Motnt- You may not recognize it as the same old taint, but it is. S. S. S. has cured thousands of cases of
very. Ala.e w:esago Contagious Blood Poison, and it will cure you. It is the only purely vegetable blood purifier known,
Sitoc 1atewith and the only antidote for this poison. S. S. S. cleanses the blood thoroughly of every particle of the
,on by a di caed poison -there is never any return of the disease.
.e. who infected
CURE OIICCL AT AHOME s fu"r our Hume Treatment book,
S.;s i .., .< | | E W IIIE E Ih *iW which aives ii.totv of the disease in all
W-. s-VtTiUr. "!W AT stages, and is the result of many years of
n.1 19 tA s-v close study of blood poison and actual experience in t:- eat-
... Li. -...' ing it. You can curte yourself perfectly ail permant :tly
.- ; n.,:- ,: ::"v,. and your secret is .your own Shi. :1, vou need
-h tw',. <' ". a". ::"f"w..:- ti. o ::eiical advice at an'v tim-', v.riTe to
aIfd '. :ic "tr -hysicians. They h:ive made a life stuidv (f h,,xndt
deV, ;I::., tn1t-. .L-.:t-cs. and will give your betterr pronqpt and careful
d i- i < to ..':,-'i,'n. Consult them as often as vou.i p:.'.st-. we make
it 'l l(.! no .charge whatever for this serve ice. All corre.o:ide!n;ce is
11 the .tar' a.,Ia a conducted in the strictest confidence.

Aet uci I VOc
was tUlfe-, t.

State Fair Association.
A'L-tive effort-As 'ae linjg ninde to or-
1!11l11izt, 4Silne Fair Assioeat ion. Hon.
(h'muirge W., elhior (if the
Thil9ldi-Uifi awl ti(tiz.''ri, i.4npresident
4)f I hine twai~rd l4,f triis.It ts 714ii 1 illiSall
poiwej d V.I IP e einir ifi t' thOt, Ban~i~-
iier a nwx~int-r of the. s-tintl. 'iThe
Cl'tt ijlittet' ".ill iit. .t ti lt' ll' irpl"'e

.N :J:0(b lail' tmii-Oii I Loa- 4) 1!#. f114. )t,
ii. ri' atf.'ttiir,.- m[*it' l on i a
Red Hot from the Gun
-tihe m.-il 11m.41 hilt If. f *:tIi,:ii

4 i-,tisd immirribw ij.t- a. .-ivt it#)tnotrat-
PIl- :,t hlm~li.9ifori "9 .9 *lxeu l~tlf-k

Sm. i ml7V(IiE ip*~ ilg- -ire t.

A Big Concern.

li t'a I IIi, .''m I.994a 9tI ~ ttr*i n-l

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t.Refiigre .aid Va t.tI-t' I iit .~I T e 1 '

-* aI oCblmag- '.1 mda'es-, mt~d Mut'. --or-_:t- n F e d S e
Maker jjnt etc -

'.Comiplete Stick ef Fres I a nnd f 'irden Seed Always 02 Hang.~~

TH 0 '~?~EDF A R R1S ,
. P. 0. BIC%5!3%03 JACOSON.VILLS, FLA. ;

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ltnt system

too I
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'*jtoo tm ~& l
-.r these tM ehcis:
,Il- ad und~ci--J"(estio:
,Ox- ocr-xwork, if N-01

S.. whether you can
,cott's E.mulsion
()il, to balance. v
vour v.ork. You ca
it--true--but, by it,
'Thicre'8s a limit, hom
,Ii ay for it.
.ct:'s l'.mulsion of Co(
S. -Is the rcadi'..: cu

N\ia all rail

or I.

n't 11'L.T

9 9
Vt) f,

-- cat," unless it come( c:
i:ci;n no work--vou ca,,
S'.. cil and strong, wit -
1 o,,- f acrtivitv.

u z:,i n ,- as-
c2-ur3o- oit,
[lav h~e not
- E, e!1a for
'-',pe.its a

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i so~"~tol licti E1jlwVaL.9'.vidJ(: j..' tiIl

~ 1~ vita 'av. Co~linluia g\\,] A

VI~~ia tvi-i flti'iard (Pcain St(c!Tshl p(0 mpurny

Vio Savannah ard AMerchiants & 31iwintsT ~ iew-l.

V'ia S.S. brti i( 'l"'frIiatnr.

To Via Port rTamin s ad
t Ii** Pv-iuiii'!-rtiluir
l e)- W13 1] (1 0

Nova S'11111ai )1lPiinte E IhvrsIS ii~

Via Btostoi m o.d .th, 4 \na(!:it AtIaitiv anid Pl~anit ,t ,mAip Line.

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r 'I' a t 7 :-L: TI N -. t a t -) rt u rning n l a y %tcw t

F- r iniforuiat im ii as"!to ratv-, s~:.t jing in'::r, etc., dll tai or write to







-- THE G'gt3-A'l' 'i'vUll'O'Co'l-Gli CAR VINE TO

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U."IIE tOCAL~A 5LIEf, DIL J *'9.- .


D- -r"'L t., :* "l- -.:.n County soldier boys.]
C..- .. vt- M.w,-tm county rangers
And listen :Intol me:
Aw" 'I li t 'i1 yit1 el cme trou:l '.
Tit. happc.. Unto me.
At the age of !A,4ut sixtet-1i
I joined' a J1,l' band.
To go fro;n .- I *I,1
Unto th ia .h lan. "
OurTc C l ti.':,:. ,-id cautt l u -
wVe ,tupt.'s.e It thought :t .:~l.:
Py the time m % gf't to uO'a
V.-e wou(. *vc to friht.
e' sa' ti..e Spaniaid. comiuiz,
'Oh. .-.:,! ve g;ave a y c 1.
lid tih- thought. we had ti:at .in at.ii '!
No human 'togue can3 t'r
We fought oir -ix long hours
Before the battle was o'tr.
And oh. the killed and w.,tunded
I never saw before.
They werehuried in the east.
Thev were buried in the west.
They were buried in the lowlands
With the bullets in their breasts.
My muothet, sihe did caution me
Before I left my home.
That I wouni leave a siste-
And a dear girl behind tota t urn.
Bl..t I thotgl-t -he was (,!d and childish.
Ahd the best she (lid not knw.
"Iy rind was ifxed on 0 i.t 'im.
0il1. I ivas l,tiid to .,: ; 1 C. SIMS.
Cardinal Gibbons and War.
Anil iw doet< .,atid 01i tls- sull ict..t oIf \:tr'.r" Al-
tlholgi thlie ,corn er stone of the Con-
-tituti ,I i s i :A * -entaiili ;lialliipces wi l, none, we
h;tve ld(i on o ir haliand fir --wlrs in
the centilry i':-,t lro( toit a close.
When we read of a great military
aniampaign tiur imagination revels in
the contemplation of the heroic
aihievementsi of famous generals. We
;isten with rapture to the clash of
arml, the st~outs of the victors, and
the sound or martial music. We seem
to catch the spirit of enthusiasm by
which the comnibatants were animated.
But we take no notice of the shrieks
and agonies of the soldiers weltering
ih thl-ir blood on the battb field. We
have Ino th-ught of the sick atd
wounded lying in hospitals and pris-
!,is. We are unmindful of sorrowing
wiv s and mothers at hoIne, wet-pini
a:. sighit:g for ti-" l aw%-yv. %Ve do not pi-tur e to oi r'telv-es
th. hotuit-s mailde desolate, the ";'ia-
I', Is bewaiting their children and
iv.-' :id not I'1 comfortedi lieelausie ihey

I- it iot a mockery of justihcl and a,
edal to thte piagan world to see two
I iistianli 1 tions cutting each other's
*;;.o.,ts mi iie inamne of Christian civ-
ls it not an i outrage to -coliteimplate
S. nhtioni forcing lby the sword her
i.t.% i her (.vernnent. and political
i::slitution ou another nation in the
:ltrests of trade and 'on!lrif-ree, as if
merchaindise and dollars and cents
were of more valutl. than hiuiiim:n lives?
o- it 1iot tmoilStIouts to -te a strong
oower invadilt aa weak one, and seiz-
ing hr territories on the hyp ereritical
ple 4 of rectifying her loundarits?'
This- rectification of Ioundaries is a
ve-ryold practice, and is a polite niiie
'or rohbery on a large srual,.
It is a subject 01 of re-al o-iie -t--re i
:"le frielids of the gospel of peace Ilatt
I'hrisltiain Eulrople pr selt- to-day the-
s- e.;::it-lt- ': c ; lu'a e It iilitiary ea iap All
th. airill.o >, ,f the ('on;iill- t as wfll us
.:_- '-_ l *i -' ;tr i'. hi tee th andit
'iv' .;. in r;'tt.u;l dre.u, ; *; < .-e'Ih o l'i. They ai- *l v.ureld by|
;i:i itwa'mIn Ie ;; sin tiii< of coiouest
:t.;:< tomiiti<- or .by ; ar of invasion.
"V ii e hee a l;irls surcharg-
-d with :h. hetrt-i ing ov-r ltes- natIoi.o you may ex-
.pect the th(u<* r-l..p of battle to re-
-,iild l it.' t V in(.nitn. Armed na-
'Ii:", like arnied tadividtuals, are .a

.' In!-tauit nit enie to qcone another a cd
are easily prorokento14)tight.
And these mtilitury f'u-ces, i nstead1 of
lituiui~viinc. *ire tunhlappily inereas-
every yentr. As!on-,I.t~t;i ai i. Ilatioln
mtiifl~eit- is :irmat. it-lit it!. neigh leer
fo-vis imipetlet Ifo do ee Ik-tw-e hinself-

.i:' r: ueinvithatit rc ttorn~fro.-ii the
li.t-ovn oi their fan:ilIU- in the priute-

!.Ve IilA~m:trial ]'aWmiI:- 'vl e sn t'('se
.,ot i; if- It .t-, I-t;.n1-in Wde-
c- [7..- (of .it.:s?,l1-ixuriatimisz

-III -c 1Afo u1*-;, I In Jlt- (If~e

iprr~-crilut:Olis from ,r1* a l-'ply
-.--ia t -.7-e :~danrn!a-re '.w~Villdo is
ic-I it- the gool V.). ~ani 1)0)sl~~

ali u n d ls iiit A r.mor I .tya fe--eta ('fC-

T'he neX[ rreu to .st ele Ierro i cii s ;ii
(alIUoMWAhti Si, at. Yeah, :itilot is -
land. Forty tuousanid t r.eeswere
planted and thousands of siehocol ehil-
'diue from San Francisco and other
jolaves engaged in the exervie-s~- in a
maimer that has muadeth t~*eldaY fa-
Inous in history.

served inl 1'lerida, U- tilit. If-son
so~ugh~t to hee i ?.cticatt'd hy it ik no-
wshere miore nlt'(d hI O l'IN M ifl' ()%'!
Hero tiir fco-.:.. 1(1! i\IV-,S'a p'in,
l4toi, cvpjrt-s._.f:aethitit(wVo~)t, ,:trfc 04
Srapicijy (Iev itaited Ly titt-c tilttiiig
of tp tusw'itz for lumber andl r~tilreoil
tcande rut:nieng the tret ylvicixilig
I bent for Ituri .u ti tie, ato. ii tle ,- trees

'rt- repi,;.nteel tp take the Iplace- of
th-e- destro-yed, Florida wi; :-ton lie-
'': a I r e !'>- --tate.
The y\vaily leinaultl for I.ailAr<-ad ti-
i-' one of the cau-es for thet deforesting
of tile colnitry.
It is e.tituated that it t'inire-. twen-
ty :Uillion acir, to supply the a:iii]utlf
,it-mand for tiets for the exi.-ting ro):;dMs,
to say unthing of tho-e yet to bel

Florida not only supplies her own



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Smoial, matterial, ard social evils re-
sultin~e fjom such a system. In con-
tem *lsting the standing armies the
ca;m o,.-rv-rs might he forced to con-
cludle that European governments
were primaarily etstablisbed to destroy.
rather than to tave life, to foster halt-
pilles', and d developp the ItsOtlr'es of ;a
Xlay (. odl -o guide' ,,i"' lei., lator.-
and istatesmlleri tha tihe y Illa:y lieve'r
le ;,etrayted illto ini;:stt:iH iElroplal
govertrtilentsh by the est(labli.llilleIt ,f'd
f r11.nitNiOle" 'tatkd(lng Iar iei's- ( ;4iI ,
forltid that We, ourselves, lhii-il dvill't
repre(il viCtori,'s, -h, Mil, ever 1 re -i- !
ill'.\tx l'd Jlwith the W II e o!. inlip *
rialiusm or mniilitari4ru, but it.ay w e :1-
ways follow the traditions of tilhe
fat tiers of the republic.
Hitherto we have presented to the
world a beautiful spectacle. Europe-
aus, accustomed at home to meet a
soldier or gendarme at etery street
corner, on arriving in this country,
have lbeen filled with surprise and ad-
ILir tioin that a nation of so vast an
extent and with susulh an
population containss aU army of only
'2.5,0 40 uell.
TiJhey have been foreiblyt inip'rt-.,
witli ih f;taet that tlihy -uil travel
frel'u M;tine to (aliformii without
lnet: in :i a mingle soldier. They see
that e."tVry cii;: ,! Le I tiitul
Sta!t i : it soldier wit otuiit inifi'rid ,
eny ':' l ;;: th- active li urui. ) 1if e,
alli I'e. iv a ; ;a n iei it l'. il toi:' t tie-
feht i i1 <', tsrv. Th,'y u (e:i!,l fet-l

thui: : are a stilong na:tit !: )euti-t
we lhe--rfully Ow I 4t th th li jiesty of
the i':,w, and are not c('if'ronted intimnida'ed by military satrap-..
May this fair picture never be defaced.
God grant that the new century
which ha-s just dawnerd upon lus may
inaieuiral- a new era of peace, fulfill-
ing the prophecy of Isaiah, "-They
shall heat their swords into plow-
shares, and their spears into pruning
hooks; nation shall not lift up sword
against niatiolu, neither shall they
learn war any : ore."-ardlial (ib- l
The Best Perscription for Malaria. i
Chills a:tnd fever i :a I',ttle of'
Grove' T-.-steles-s Chil' Toic. It i
simply irt,. and ljquii .i'- i "t tesO .-'ss i
l History of Arbor Day.
The honor of oritina' itig Artlior
Day is said to lbelonst to liHon. J. St.* r-
ling Mtorton, while lie wis, gove.r.iir r
of Nelbraska. The day i -,now ieog.-
nized and celebrated as a legal holi-
day in many states of the 'uion,
though a:ll 1lie states do not teleblrate
the same dIay, owing to the' diffeiren.ce
of latitude.
The day has long been recognized
inl Florida, and especially :alnonul the
lchoo, lithe govcr"ilnor of tile state tn- (
forfcing; its (observalliet- by lis pro:.l-t-
At least :a hdoz/.n or mllore of the
trees on the h. tl-:;la '-'laool g'ui.ds
were planted o, Ar.,'r l)hy, wi:h ap-
proprite exer<'is++-, x+ hlp t'rir .J. M ..
.Str-,tor was p, i:t, i;, *'
T iie Ilost !In .t;,> ,, ... ; ,- <,,.i1g
tly the lpupl,- lf t1..., pu' li- ,i-hools
was in Cinciinati, in I'iM". It wax on
a lovely day ii M.-ay. Ttw-,in-- 'ils-i
andi scho ld clil i irl n. Il pro- lr-
tcession. They v., r .- *""' "by
limtany lands ou f 1111 i," 'ei in 'tary
i.attaliois. Th1a Utail t ti i
nersanid retiler.l- pi,,"1'i :i :t1(nd1
the wlihole 'i'r wais ,l.-,. >:-attie ij tihnior
of the event.
T'he example !-tl hi the ,'I of
('incinnati was ss-ee.h;y fooUow.iI by
the public s-l.ho is lin ditferenit -tMe'e,



WE want a good Farmer, or Postmas-
ter, or Tax Collector. or Sewing Ma-
chine Agent, or Cawvasser for Nursery
Stock, or a y other well-informed, rep-
utable citizen, who is known to be re-
liable, and who has a wide acqueaitance
in his loality, to represent s at every
postoolee from the Ohio and Potomac
south to the Rio Orande and the Gulf.
And we will pay them to work for as
for 191O. This mnst be the Red Letter
Year in which the Constitution reaches


Omitting all contests, except for agents, we place the whole sum to their credit and
make the terms equitable for distributing it over the whole territory. To arrange this we
have divided the South into four sections, as follows: First Section-Virginia. North
Carolina, South C 'arolina and Florida. Second Section-Tennessee. Alabama and Missis-
sippi. Third Section -(Geoirgia. Fourtli Section-Louisiana. Arkansas Texas. Indian
Territory and ( )khillioil:i. Thus mniking about an equiial tiumber of subscriptions accord-
ill- to our list as it n1,ow stands.


Foer tlhe- huighetst lis'tt from n ali' ai ltt .J mua 1am-)'1, tA pril I, Nlt!,'from-u the whole toen ieu-3- .......-. 41041IN)

For thle hlii'thilst list ill eatchI p the above divi-iorm from J: uinary 1. i, ..?pril I. '10i. :aft*-r the
above tir-t ig-nerai priz- is ait A:ird-< ................. .... .... ... .. ... ....................:.. ,
For the ste ,nliId highet- t list. f(it thve !tlreet m onthits, i !:i4-ti et'liion .. ...... ... ................. 1 ...............
For the third hitiest list for hlie three months, iln ...iin -ection .... ........... ...... ........ ....... 0
Por the fourth .highe- ii fr" ilIon'lis-. iin eait i -et-tioin .......... ............. ................. ".i o
For tlie lithi liii't-t I.-', for th" I t ihre m i tlis, ill e:-i% section ..................... ................ .15 o
For Ihe sixtli lh i lisi list for tile three m months, in l ac 'h section ............................................... 1 t0 o
ix prizts ill ea -re i .ectiti ........................... ....... .. ... .... .... ......... .. ........... .... .......... .. ..., (1
To<;i.l for four se't- ion- ......... .. ..... ................ ............. .. .... ...... .. ....... ............ 2.0J00 1N

For the ten next highest list-, to tile first general priz- from hie whole territory, at random, not
taking any of the above prizes, $10 each........................ ........................................... loo) 0
T total cash pl rizes ..... .... ................. .......................... ........................... .. $ 2-.50) to t


Thie subscribers to be renewed for the three months covered by this contest are
S'":,;(, n.Imes. These, with the new subscriptions st cured.l. i. doubt. run the list up in
-tr- section.
W\e w.nt every postmaster in the whole South 1 pui1t iln tf.r these prizf-s. We want
i ageti.i.s every there, men v:|ho will get out and :: ; :s ::8. 5.u -t!e for iy',-w I siness.
1'' "\'.! a ''rA, ti, m., over their )owln n11! aljoilnii:- .,:::i ; s lake The
Sislastit!1tio1on al (.UH OFFKI S A1E CASH[. not incl:i.,,. ., .." ;...;,.,.. I ( >,' Av:iS-i i;i-
" i"es. ],'rnos, bicycles, rings. jewel '. .-;'.. at .t :, ," ; :' ii, :'-V.i ". ' knoris
hvot ilie, money is worth, and the tpriz s vill Ibe paid prli,.nlpt .
li yp iu have not already an agent's outfit 'e)il's ;;;ii bL...k stationery free. The tihn.- is ..t. antd w -.' -vit voi :., ~, to \wtrk mnow. It is
i st-;i..,- f,,r yo nto make $400, s",(i0. h1tll or W- !<,i i, -nt'- t I: fit with full particulars.




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VWW -,wqrw'Ah, AIL AL-M,, AIL Alk

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Live, active men, who work in dead earnest---not just simply to say ;` am

The Constitution's agent here," but to work co thoroughly and

that everybody will say "He is the Atlanta Constitu-

tions' agent here, and he is a good one too."




Wants 10,000

Good Agents.




vniE sox or AN F-urrEOR.
It is the revolutlun of July. rthe
Bourbwo dnduaty restored to the throne
at Frauce with grvat trouble toy the
soeremigns of the Holy Allasuce hax
jusZ disappeared. IA! II' et-iher the old
(bafteau of Schotibr1:sin. tCie liaiq.'iinl
residencrof tbeAu--trc-1luin-:tr:x,, ioe-
archy. In a, lofty chambiter oevo-Olooking
the terraces and gardens of 11w palaMe
b~earali that ce~lertratt j .1xttorm La
Glorlette, where In eh-ar wi t. hter onel
can weetheISPirves41f $.IS, icnnci. the
Cathedral Of ViMMIa. a ycung iiman Fit,%
reading by the l.ght of nla zimp. *The
grvat rlock of the chateau ha jsJtvo
vounaded the bour off gaidni-glit. the
heavens are ptuqIld4il with nd
througil an opewn witidvw (otte tmaytlivr
distinctly tthe caAlls 41f 1114. ~'~ n-asz
they pa~tq c: ,,!i01114T. 111--S. tcu" i

disctjite mi'13'h4l iKimldn. paea :1 *.A iyider~.
rai".sc 1:15"tend.Ilie is qlrv."-' :,I IN.
Au5str;:m in tiforru, and his l Unmw.;:I,.N
and s:tdl. "'fli- to idi~lvate 14olil-Ie m

he wtar-Is .1 isile of jit-carchwtt I-otorq
hint, :m1.1lb.' further lie rvasI':il' he-more
his ctoutltc'l1d neec ontravt% and hisN brow
darl icto-.

be ii,111zt ; i113 'I i0WV (f-4t1.' 11'r.: vr
m'.:141 16, ~head dr'q' i :-I.'tt;
COMIC-ir' ;14 I:l rr'.At *avlt '.iblirti4e1
of ltq- elnls leetr*nlehas Als f hisz t:
wcem t(oo hi- for his 1"oy and alsovt to

jo4 44 1tj -7 c r..1'

bur,.%o~th L.1 .AU

for d(14 :iIh.

al n!( 12If~~lh y 4~ :c;le. _1.ini ie si t''*,.
tille h

%I- a: 411I ,r'er(4 i V.j.r.
114't'c ti'la 7i:ec~mu. 11 i~ 1j-. tic.

ci-cf g1 fjd( t--('1111 ;",ftho 1, l ~4tof
Ilksty lin nth nicratou Ill- t~~llh
f iit- lw'aut i f~l Ifl-,z'n aKi ll t nz ,q. 4.. t':lk

i-aAi "1 L:I !:-o--.. lt tL IatL S 414' .iga

W14i. :;'1*.fiyouth W1~ce1%) A '- ca -of hrNat-
tl( and s"l at the lars :Uit s ::aa *ui-edt
br'wwie of \Vto U:'' '''2 tAt :x-ia heirl
Vt 3' doubless.4"as1 his- u..e orm wh''ii 4Iill-
hailcrow. n ad deli'>:i of lit, ixhowlval
Ia.-tc.Itig o11. llrif qoflseAud ntvia.*'d inv
the x'in te vnd.u(t 'cobrn

(on a4 7 twatci-.. ii'-' ninta inrth e ea
I'. X 1 x~a r-ni.'t iairer
Ih i'd 1' 4thei';.:Floc't\cl c..'i t lof 11W ('ci t
\p~t'' I' ~1~en -x U I71- 'II
Vi ~ ~ A 1'' 1 I-,: 1 I( I I I i t 4. ILL.''f ulv' tt
i V :I.'- I t w a"L44~
tt-41L i ". :- ii. -U*- -.U41 k:k' d I hos2414 k1.'

I *t ~- ,x.!Cst

Prnce Metternich. prime minister of
Autst ria.
It itu The Eaglet whoni we hav-e just
"een. dr~tsed In the Austrian uni-
form. looking over the bulletin of the
GranCA Army. tremblIing at tht- nc~ouiit
of h~s father's vlctori('s and shieading
a tear a~t the reinul~' .-rauee 44 Water-

On the morning following thatx when
we lcmw the Pon of Naipoleoo. to whom
his grandfather had given the. ttle of
Duke of I' ichmiadt. reading fevCherishly
the butlletins oft the'(Brand Aran3 and
reretting wirth tI-al-sthe limaetion to
w'hichLjle wa's (doom~ed, the priuee dw-
scermdod irt ilt-11 MI-den adt'i11(. v44t5!.il
the u bite mar-lie terraces. C.t'elthe
park n'1c.r'e sooi-md ti 4le iiifte

Iliil ii011144414 ( t !cuI 'he ii lide ti 1
I of 1Ie-wqr%. ii%* e l ;tto dNI z1. tof thti'

wountuictt a! W~ater'loot. Old ~l CI
ivdmi dc:( .ly4.11 1 i5 l' pewiouu -
tthe;.-reniadior guaril atnl his pay a;
cliii f pa.rdlezier at Seitonb: mlini. A f4itmil-
lang .discoI,.(l-cre tonil i' s~Ivi(,f :1AW
Churfh ciof St. Sillpit4'. hickrfl 111) I)y :1
flower girl. at the' dc':t;ilof Lis :Iloth4'r
Ily afowi~enI!.h,.11'w*t'l-t lit.thesoutii ai
thc dtirmnti, c 4amtpaign lilirolu!'hI1:10-

ret um tdg Ithem w l uury. The cn-i
iw4r'nl*. %%I!:,)adnit ed brave nx.c. hade
floticed l im~i. -cind v here th( kint_' 441
Rotoi~i. ill ti~Is i l- v 4 arit 1113 We( ? fo
his 4:e ilv .ii z':iI liw e Irrav f'of .,
'Inifi.riv- the ci:i:t swore tvrpI:-4'41d
to suo i-& I!!(. i''or 41'the'411U4'

x ;I h'1141
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\%wr I Nv- ,-- Yom
I be ..:p \ fir m4 .vrtun t 1c

t4: c fr -in \ h h'I i th' 4.14 '* i I* I 11 I
:1 WI)t(A .1111;-

I r v-i' 4 41' A .ud -a ismall i.2 of

1 Vi e' i'r i:. h e*'.'. i r. :I sweetll 1 10 '.

1; i 7'. .. i:1 vs *'r h_ o 'I5 h Il.72. !,w t lofti!

quitrmy etl: u-tin heai o tathat f ilatit
rtI Vol) l-i hv hc I N4'\ i t tteI.
I1'a d 41c-ucI o th i I t! v te I tiwomen wlltqa
wittil litA v.-0!. Ilt~ly Nou l.iearsI1. The
vs t'li-hf exschaslleft:1 me for':a

:a1I.,nr to lKzi teicpsomeit laot'i i'roiV
MOU I v!we' I \ !X.-Vi-r gavle t lieen Io
qI et ;mr eithitIY. that l':ieis nof t f or-

: tt It~tii _"It ll. c w 1"will hOll'"ea- of 'lnm
prit iai.~l c i iiii oftFrance -furi:(

thfe lgar'lc'Uc i lnsad nwu

The V fiO:iu i'xl. :q)tctIofhis ye r".
,% k 7c i't c'1 !itly Icin t oil' seenot ft.
rrx.ttli :21i1 tha-it i cfi'ltai t o i
rr \vhat i ~ v i~s.'' f FraCe
nn..el te ;':: i o :ivf l os' t a nyl'e is ne


Has a New Line of



That can be depended
upon. Get one from us if you
want one that is a reliable time-
piece, and that will give satis
faction in very particular. We
have a fine assortment of watch-
es of the best makes, and can
suit you in price and quality.



Henriettas, Black Crepons,
Lace Curtains, and other

Ladies' Underwear, Etc.

Everything Will Be Sold Way
Down For Cash.

New Goods Being Received
Weekly. Give us a Call
and be Convinced
That our Prices
are Right.


Good Meat

Is a Necessity

To a happy home, n-..I no n
aMm sWrve a palatible r,,.uap
itew if they are not pro,
handled before they r,-, cl h
kitchen. Our stalls at their
market are well supplioie "
the appliances for prnpriyv ,:
ing for fresh in:iLS. ae.
Fn htl M#a! ,lPoli V E ,.r*
and all akir, ,I -*( '.u;i Lry Pi *.
to any pa1. 1J,; .'e ci%.v.


talls I and 3.


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- FLA.

City Market.

ieo. S. HAter ^ Son.

Don't Tell-

It's Diamond-Dyed 1"
Try a package *f 1 .-:nl 1 -. '
how easily it wil' 1 a' f ,;'i' r,;
\ ', ,1 ,," t, I *,
alln *'. ; : 1. .
strr e::. i., ..' ,. .'-' D' .
For sale by Auti-'Monopoly Dlum tore

Mel IV'l"R


Wail'w And Fancy Glass A Spec all

Purchase our make, which we
guarantee superior to any sol-
South a&d thereby save

Offie and warroomr. Kin. *p


and /JA ('KA)


HRve full tocir of oEne -',:i. C.-, Bt.J
Suit. of every 4'seriptIoD W')a; i,
paid to burialservices.
Embalming to Or All d o jth I 11 '
aph. will receive ro m tt *, it

- S.C.

Is the Circait Court of the Fifth Judicial Ciemtt
ol Florida, in and f .r Marion County-
In Chancery.
of above court rende-i *tal 4 the zoth day of
December, goo. by the lion W. A. Hocker. the
judge of the Circuit Couit ,*s the Fifth Judicial
Circuit of Florida, in and sor Ma.ion county., I
chancery sitting, in a cerasln case therein
pending, wherein CHAL.K- M BRtOW is
complulnant, and RUNE R. SNOWDUN sad
others are defendants, the nuderalgued as
special master in chancery in said cause named
and appointed to complete the execution of the
said final decree render ed th. rrin. I will. dur-
ing the legal hours of sale on
Monday., F ebrunry 4tl. A. D. r9ol.
in front of the south door of the court house in
Ocala. Florida. offer for -4ale nd will sell to the
highest and best bidder for ca-h that part of the
mortgaged property therein mentioned and de-
scribed, as follows: Begmnning at the northwest
corner of block 46 Old Suivey of Ocala. running
thence east 5o feet. thence sohth too feet. thece
west =o feet. thence north >oo fert to the point of
beginning, the same being -ituate in Marion
county, Florida. T. BIGGS,
speciall Mast.
Anderson & Hocker f *r Complainant. 12at


decree rendered on the 3itt day of Decem-
ber. A. D.. 9goo. by the Hon W. A Hocker, the
judge of the Circuit tourt of the Fifth Judicial
Circuit of Florida, in and for Marion County in
chacery., in a certain cause therein pendug,.
wherein Louis McLain is complainant and Wal-
ter U. Dickens and wife. Smuie H. Dicken. are
defendants, the undersigned as special master,
named and appointed i said final decree to es-
ecate the same, will, on
Monday, th4tfk dav of Febi uary, A. D., 1901o.
during the legal hours .,f ale in front of the
south door of the court ho.?- in Ocala. Marion
county, Florida. offer for sale and will sell at
public outcry, to the highest and best
bidder, for cash, the mortgaged prtmifes
mentioned und aescrilxd4 therein, to-wit: South-
west quarter of southwet quarter of the north-
east quarter and the southed-t quarter of south
west quarter iof the northeast quarter of
section 26. in township 1s, south,
range 21 east. or so much thereof as may IW
necessary to re:ilize a um n -nfficient to satisty
said decree and colts.
T. E BIG;G.,
S'4 Special Ma-4cr in Chatcr).

td to mnI twx of October 3, t ib, and 37, sale of April 4, S898,
covering the following land in Marion county.
Florida, to-wit: North half of southwest quar-
ter, section 33. and west half of southwest quar
ter. section 35 township at, south, range a;,
east, and northwest quarter of northeast quar-
ter except west half of southeast quarter of
northwest quarter of northeast quarter, section
30. township ii, south, range 24, east. and upon
said certificates has demanded from me a tax
Therefore, after the expiration of thirty days
from the date of this notice unless redeemed. it
is my intention to issue a tax deed to ti. said
Dated January i. 15c1.
i 4 Clfik Circuit Court.


t scented to me tnix certificates No. i164.
lae of October i. i -' t* ,t .laZ the foiulw-
ing land in M;triio:t co )'i; i Fl' :;i:;) to-wit: Nur:h
east quiirta r i) -f ( lhii r;--t (q i lentr .section i-
township 1c s.o th. r.: 2 -f ,-t :.ndl urnp : s.:i.l
certificate :;.;i;';> .i" ,- t a tax dletd.
Theret-li e. atii lthi. ( p ..ti-.n N thirty day< y
front the tl.t <>i this ii t, u', ", rt(leeti d d. it
is myV intc.' t.; 1: ; -> u t a Iv .ttml to tt.e -ai
Dated l .,: ,- .
f seaT, ,-, t" ISTRV;K.
i. :; k Circuit C' ljt.

\ 11.''t 1 i ni't r-ig ft' ci. .'- tin l tax ray'e,, ni
t'r h 11k tl -0l 4}lnx_-l i-Iti. i' ; v. l on
/ .:,* if, ir a *I /I ..' V., 1')01
;,-k t 't 1 *; 4.d of I'tL .: IC 1 ,' ,tionr.s to c-nl an
tc r'i i I! tI t a .e-,i:' 'I T x .'hool District.
t,o I'- kI'. w1 ::,- the 4 k Ili, I '- itdt 1 i< I utin tit i. as If.lhlow-: Comment ing at
tl',,. i.i .t: -t c i ien r o' section 2. township z
Sv. itii. r.4; ge 20 east, thence inning south to
the ott,. r;':yl' 2.;: thEuce we-t to, the southeast cor:-r r4
s.;itt Ik t town-L ip i-, t''e ." ; thence ioith
( ,- o riier: ot se iiton 7. towns .' .,
tning2 .' itli:'c west to 1arvin .and Levy coum-
ty hI c: ithCliee north along 1-itiion and ;.rvy
county in 1 ) cornitr of sec u .;.
tow ship i., rTat:ge I-): thence t;ast to nrt:tast
cornt o4f -.(tticnti' i.uuship i .. range 2o, t,
point of I,.ttani'g.

I-It 4t

.JACI{U:N VI L LE i'tOUll):A.1

L* i'e n Le*n j &are sold everywhere.
Largest and Leading Open h l Ani..., r. ...

All-the-Year-Hound Ho -

tel in Flo.rida.




RIATES 821.40 TO $4.00.

--J'-~ rklrteS by the ninth oiuritig
tile '-tunmitr.


There is no kind ,Cf pz'-
or ache, nterr-c" or .> -
nal, that-- Pain-!: --
not relieve.
)LOOK C'JT 7 CR ,'' 7Ar .
S 'UTES '"- '.
BEAR3 T--r -.-
S Asw -e. A

Melon Seed.

and I:t ~irEi eII, iAon -et'tI 'htt,!c,

L.' M.Ryr Lw.

V entttd t)o inc tax certificate No. 170;. sale of
t)ctl(,r a,. i"' -overing the following land in
Marion counttv. Florida. to-vit. -touthwest
(iitartt-r oft -o'thwast ruartcr and south three-
luiltti '- ttrthwest q tuaittrof southwest quar-
t-r. t ltion, ., at!id northel.ast ;quarter of southeast
itquaittr, anet -orl'i half 'if southea-st quarter of
-.'tthe.a-t qucrit:, andi wet halt ot southeast
quarter -ectton 4. al! in towushi'p .. -outh.
range .,. e'i-t. and upon ccrtificte has dle-
miandrift In tin t.e a tax deed
Theret.Te. atter tlhe expiration of thirtv days
from the .iatt ot this notice, unless redeemed, it
.is my iutt-utitio .' t, i--ie a tax deed to tith -aid
hands .
Dated Dec,' m' -. : .,
:-4 C: rk Cil cuit Court..


A m# il v- and a, ,eept. no :.vinir cAmir'- tit i
mmd- : i::- e c-tate ofTt r. -;. agle
toll. (i~t ct- c-t I.irr eh to iprt.tttt them to
*the iie-. .w-thimi one- 'ear rdfter the fir-t
oxtlicai~m 1 '" IT'.,c. 'fij't n otice i'. gix' ii
Mart' tin :'A.vI f


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H. W Nle-1TLiS.

Tax Assessor's Notice.
I will h I~e.1Isc, lb'~iiIi! IA.'eg oil
tMe i--Ly ateddwte- S: ,r,.- Ils-w, to re-
ceive etIA t'ions is re-:di Ueo Ipersonal

JA % U A e. V. ~

Bec.'2 %it NY,'Tatae'-di22.

Sxmnmncti-AIu_-. Wttrwdne'-d: ..
1, tkt: W-_ ir. txcck>. tc re -A 1 ?:4tlria, 24. 2. am-
I handle 'rTiAiM~:I-, 21. P. Wt.
Kendlrick, Friday-. 2'. P. n'.-
'Martin.T Sattirday 2r,, a m.
TI w-11. s~aturday. 26: p. min.
-,~hadv Gro NMtIudaFI, 2h. P. nl.
W.eir I'Ar~k. Tuc'iday, 2,,. a.iir.
&Et a-tI.kt. lIi.-411Y, -29. ;). 1t,
U"CtrSdaIC. ledre-t x.-40, 3. fIn
W. Ionadat. 1);mdt -s. Trl4 11-r d,y, -a Mil.

.Mo-.s it miti, Fi-daiy p. mt.

Lx tneflC. dick-t4 X. '%01m141;V. 2. 1). Mi.
S,tahatmvi 'le. MOD!Iav. 4. a. ini.
Cnmmr(,- i'cutlay. 4. M
S-,ilt springsiTt. iiday. s:P. mIl.
Kerr City-. 1t'edfi-fdiv., fa. ni.
Eurtk:i,. Pv'~'
Di) sy. rL~ur'day a. Ir.

f razitga -Sprinmgs Fridav, S. p. im.
Citra. Tue-dlay. 12 p. r.

-par'-. '.i(dImesdav, 13- Vt"I.
Auttri'xi'. Ctmt :!. 4.
Redbliclk 1'ri.Iay. a. in.
Fmi~rfit+7K' i :i(!av.:. m.

Ctntr:.. Mmi~ ~ t

mo;intc a-'i. 1'ateir-I-)
M( '.av,2,. )-ll

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a__o- In addition to the above we keep on hand at all times a full supply
- of No. i Timothy Hay, Bran, Shorts, Cottonseed Meal, Oats, Corn.
0 Cooked Gow Feed, iSo-lb. Sacks Coarse Salt; also Early Rose, Beauty
ap-- of Hebron and Peerless


|_e solicit your Iitronage, and ask you

to N visit us so you may fi out that we are

S litie people to do business with.

Yours Please




|-- | GROCERY"

|We are distributing ag t,ts for Armo ur

S& ('o's fertilizers. Below are the names of

6 a few brands, some of which we keel ill

stock to supply s111all dealerss. If you are

M 01oing to use any, write us for prices:




--- 1In Vegetables and Fruits -
"--*-Biu c Hear in mind that in alddlition to our regular standard goods we e -
lCiCaCiS have the Fl.I,')'S l V.AL SCARLET and ROBIN HOOD ) TCSCS
S l O) Crosse & Blackwell's brands, and that w. l.tna,-.,. thse goods to be the best that can J.uft like v<,u ihave at home. We
4lickles. Maple Syrup. Salad ,ve tl In ; > -nd *'e Toimnd -
*l)re ssing. Evaporated Hors he le ut inside f a ':m. t, ]t- t fl. Corn. Peas. Stringless Beans. (,Ta ,the init a i ".':d pr in -
l-aih. Mustard. Celery. 1h- Ild pamk i Tmit u I'i Lillh Hias, Succot ash. Pu kin l Thee g r'ois i,'c and gooi we can supply. Squash. Asparagus an -l \.paragus Tips: Green ( Jage Plui:s. granila ttd sugar. -
WWhite and Black Chrri, Apricots, Peaches, Pears.
fs JIf you want so, i',thin;g 1c.,. try these goods. Tlhey will be
4 sure to please you.
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