Group Title: Ocala banner (Ocala, Fla. : 1883)
Title: The Ocala banner
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Title: The Ocala banner
Uniform Title: Ocala banner
Ocala banner (Ocala, Fla. 1883)
Alternate Title: Ocala daily banner
Daily banner
Physical Description: Newspaper
Language: English
Creator: Ocala banner
Publisher: The Banner Pub. Co.
Place of Publication: Ocala, Fla.
Ocala Marion County Fla
Publication Date: June 6, 1902
Frequency: weekly[]
weekly[ former aug. 25, 1883-dec. 28, 1888]
daily (except sun.)[ former dec. 30, 1888-]
Subject: Newspapers -- Ocala (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
Newspapers -- Marion County (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
Genre: newspaper   ( marcgt )
Spatial Coverage: United States -- Florida -- Marion -- Ocala
Coordinates: 29.187778 x -82.130556 ( Place of Publication )
Additional Physical Form: Also available on microfilm from University of Florida.
Dates or Sequential Designation: Vol. 17, no. 12 (Aug. 25, 1883)-
Numbering Peculiarities: Issues for 1884 later called new ser., v. 2.
General Note: Editors: T.W. Harris, F.E. Harris, C.L. Bittinger.
General Note: Publisher varies: Frank Harris & Frank Harris, Jr., <1913
General Note: Description based on: New ser., v. 2, no. 14 (Dec. 1, 1883).
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Volume ID: VID00643
Source Institution: University of Florida
Holding Location: University of Florida
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Resource Identifier: oclc - 18660476
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Death of John Conley.
Mr. .llin, ('iley. a IromlinIttit nwer-
chaInt o I:'.a-lott ke, .Smili.Ier counlity,
who wa:t- ill the i:ouiith i'y his
wife. I:-t "Teday, anal wito wa-.
1ro ought i o thle 4.-,la Hli ,1I.ilIl las.t
HedtH,-la., ,li-d fir-' i thu e tll'et of
tile w l)ou ma',Iock.
Mr. Conley <,ieal w ithoul t making
a -tatelilnlt.
Mri.William Hinri -, of Sultterville,
was. Mr. Conlevy'- atttortiey, mli l the
day i,-f are hi- death drew u>: a' will
fomr hi i, but we h ave Ibeeii utihale to
learn its cilltelIs., Ihiough W' uinlder-
"4talnl fronml ,.! t cit rulmos 1 that ihe
deeIded lhii- property to :in adoItped
daught r.
lHi- remain iwere'' hiilpeld to I'ara-
<*oTlkt'te for ille-rmlelnt..

His Better Side.
Troorr,- Uas.% 1,oI mIllally I ed
ahlen John Co'iil'y ,li-d ii:,r ;;....,,
(lower- oiver lhi- grave, lit
ill ii elltter, -iolier still stller Ill-
mlientls John Conltey did many goodl
deed,, (,o omie ,of which the following
letter, written to his attending physl.i-
ciai ti-fore his death, will serve ?-i an
na1IleX :

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t11 ~l ^ t l vi t e mn hI s in' riet1s.. \\ hil< Itl

hat. a lt w% i vlt |It-a Rton m "i t t it ll tu i .> .-
thv. and Jdutvy p tt.'im tilt'e to 3ivy to,) vIu it i h i-
1:1i il o. t 311an untiling lat-l 'Idt attcnti'ant. pht a-e
.,l mix r .:i ,r i ,)ti i t never lt f ht t< t tilt again
it tvt'r I houhtoll 'at i that tht (|, at uldl liie waltel ftr ati1thii i.that I qit, ld do WVrit time
if nece,..%ar
rOt nelic %. I! C'. N i ,i )wnl lI Tholun:-.
,,iiitl:. ,)f o-l.oua t ur .1. '. .ancaster.

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Two Faithful Oficials.

Messr.s. Fred S. L'cius and N. A.
F orte, through the earnest solicitation
of friends, will allow the use of their
Names for re-election as members of
the board of county commissioners.
Both are ..onscientlout, upright, vigi-
Slast and painstaking officials and in
their hands the Interests of the couiu-
ty are safely guarded. oth gentle-
men will I.e re-elected without op'
po1 ition.

Death of Mrs. Friend.
Yesterday morning the funeral of
IMa. Marv I.. Friend took place at


SWas Fittingly Observed in Ocala A
' Large Number Present.
)Di.kinson Chapterof the I)aughters
of the Contfederacy have every reason
to congratulate themselves on tlhe
sitwes-ful carrying out or the program
th-y had arratige.l fr Decoration
Led oy the((cala Rifles the remnant
of the hand of Confederate veterans
atcomptuitd ihy a large number of
friends inarchli.c' to the old cemetery
where tht cereonioni were held.
C('i. (G. N. .'tussy, a former vitiz,-n
of Oai. aln a IaMenlbert oaf Marion
Camp iof the (Co'nfederate V'etranis,
hut iowv of S atVhalllnah, (ia., twas the
orator 4of the o.''a.ioin.
Col. .<,tus-y was gra'efuil y intrt.-
dtni'e Rolbert A. Burford.
Mr. Burfoird laid a very noble and
generotis triiute to the Il;'avery of the
Confederate. s.idier and alluded to
the -allant tcondut tof the orator of
the iay. HI, satitl that Col. Sassy ein-
li-ted when t>ut a youth nnd fought ill
all the sp Ih-'.lid and hli'td fought bat
tie- in tile \'irginia.calmpaigns, anlt
while he es-apedl with his life shed
li lmlo.i in thl e ,l-ftlnsl- oif the flag
iow f'rever furled.
(d t. SaIi-. y'- adikr.-, was most able
atl ii "intruelive in tlle defense oif the
tle u twi l a id pIet -il- ill its Iribute to
Lete j 11t4i hi ei 'li t lie t li t'Ienanlts inl
-uri's-fully driving Ih.'k anad lioldiiug
ill check the I'nioi arlillit--S iilder tlhe
respect'tivte le-ldt rshlip of .Mct'lellan,
lirni-ide, liHooker, .Mete aiand irant.
lie gave :L nimo,- vi\id ati graphic
a''-, mriptii aof thi se gr.-:t: I battles and
tlie o'llicial tiz.ure~ -.howiti~i the ireat
'li-l>ari(y illn iitiim trs on the -ile of
L*-e, amit yet with hii lihalf-fe,. arinie-s
lie muet'! ia rptiulsil f e-w to, sh armies
that wa'- c ittei.l ait rint hinm for up-
ward- oft ithr e years.
C'l. .S:Ui-y-i !-id that tetn student of
hi-,tory aoiulld r'-l t IIi. story of these
4':tlllip'igtls : 'ti leot I,- Vt'oivi e,'cd that
(a'at'r:al l'-e wt'.s thI greatest slalier

if ilmodern t Iiit -.
( li. ta-ti-y ra.-:.i the tributes paid
to(;u,. r, I I#, .\ E. English erities all I
iti cl-i t. r r,; ,.tel lill's- matchle-s
eullog tn lin ill.
Col. Si--y was warmly cotigratu-
lat i f on l 1- ->l-udili ll speech.
In llutleinli eloatJu, le Mr**. Fannile
It. <;ary, prt-:.idhnat of Di'kinson Cliap.
ttlr, Coilferi'r i rosesss of honor on tlhe
followitig 'Confe.I-rate s|lier-, cros4 -s
being pinneI l onl the veteramus by
Loui.' ',co:t awtl Annie Mathews:
C'l (;.. N. -y. the orator of the
day, I. I). A. Sianiih, .Major T. I).
Laca-tr., )r. NI T. W. Christian,
Me--r's. 4 H. I.Dtvi, \'. V'. Jefrords
and .lJohli:' Pila-ttur.
There were also ''ros.e'- for several

Nemessassa Picnic.
The Baptist Sunday School picnic
at Homoessasa yesterday, while not
Us largely attended as some former
ones, was in all respects delightful. I
There were nine coaches and about
300 persons went from Ocala, the
Dumber being increased at the differ-
ent stations along the route, and there
were perhaps 5K0 when the happy
picuicers reached their destination.
The day was spent in different ways
some fishing, some boating, but the
most of them perambulating under,
the umbrageous shade of the dense
l)iiter wis ,spread about noon and
all enjoyed the ri6'h and bounteous.
The return trip was made without
accident, the train reaching Ocala
at 7:30 o'clock, the entire party having
spent a most delightful day.
Kerosense oil is an excellent de-
stroyer of ye "red bugs." "C?"

Teacher's Examination.
The teachers' examination which
has been held at the Oeala High
School for white teachers and the
Howard Academy for colored teachers
for three days past ended yesterday.
The following white teachers were
examined: Misses Leila Brown, Fel-
lowship; Ella J. Candee, Dunnellon ;
Annie Emi..or, Mattie Emisor, Sparr;
iRae Folks, Juliette; Marie Hodge,
Ocala; Blanche M. Hall, Candler;
Bessie M. Leimer, Flemington; Susie
LutlU'an, Silver Spring Park; Lulu
Priest, Janet Priest, Daisy: Frankie
Buss, Gaiter; Mattie Pasteur, Anthony;
Maggie Tompkins, Lochloosa; Anna
Wells, Eureka; and Messrs. A. T.
Browning, Francis; J. L. Grantham,
Ft. McCoy; Fonce McCully, Weirs-
We are sorry that we were unable to
procure the names of the colored
teachers who were examined.
I We would like to ask, through the
columns of your paper, if there is any
person who has used Green's August
Flower for the cure of Indigestion,
Dyspepsia, and Liver Troubles that
has not been cured-and we also mean
their results, such as sour stomach,
fermentation of food, habitual costive-
ness, nervous dyspepsia, headaches,
despondent feelings, sleeplessness-in
fact, any trouble connected with the
stomach or liver? This medicine has
been sold for many years in all civil-
ized countries, and we wish to corres-
pond with you and send you one of
our books free of cost. If you never
tried August Flower, try one bottle
first. We have never known of its
failing. If so, something more serious
is the matter with you. Anti-Mo-
nopoly Drug Store.
State Teachers' Ceavention.
The executive committee of the
State Teachers' Associlation met in
Oeal:t Saturday to arrange details for

veteran who were not present. They holding the next convention.

will te presented at some future time.
The wre opened with
prayer iby Iev. It. tH. Morris and the
beuedictilon w pronottuned by Rev.
I '.Warren.
Several v',l.ys were then tired by
the O.-al:N Itll-, after which the
ladies i>rocet-lede to decorate tLe
grave- of thi,-e who have fallen on
either idlh- in the strife-both the
bluemt idn the gray.

Standing by the Ocala Banner.
lThe foIllwing is a sample of the
letters (he'Ocala Batlnner is constant-
ly receiving:
ADRIAN, MniLI, 6-3d, 1902.
Frank Harris, EK-,.,
Ocala, Floridla,
Dear Sir:-I notice ty the tag on
Bintit r that I am reading at your
expense. Enclosed find $1 to keep

Capt. A. 0. MacDonell, the popular
passenger agent of the Seaboard Air
Line railway, met with them and ren-
dered them valuable assistance in the
way of securing railway transporta-
The association next year will have
with them Prof W. T. Harris, U. 8-
commissioner of education; Dr. L. M.
J. Curry and ex governorr Bob Tay-
Farmers' Institute Meeting.
We are requested by Hon. Henry
W. Long, chairman of the Marion
County Farmers' Institute, that he
will submit important recommenda-
tions at the meeting to be held In
Ocala at 10 o'clock a. m., June lltb.
It Is hoped that a large membership
will be In attendance.

Ooeala and the Fourth.
Enthusiasm over oual 6's tbig Fourth
of July celebration i- already .-ttlu.g
in and promi.-e. to work it,.lf up to a
white heat all over this -e'i .n oif
Ocala's hospitality is e,'o-extten'-ive
with the history and knowledge of lithe
city. Those who have tasted it Alant
still another slice, whie ihow, 'Ahlic
have not tasted it have heard t much
about it that they wanIt ia ta-te. ot it
Unlike Castoria, they are not cry iiig
for it, but are laughing to i)e %ith u-
So the refrain is going forth a- our
advertising matter is being di-t ritiuttd
and runs something after this fahilioin .
We are coming, Sister Ocala, % e are
coming thousands strong; we are omn-
ing with the children, and we're om- ui-
ing all along. 1We are coming g with iiur
sisters, with our cousins and mu a'int -.
we want to see your city and wait to
see the sights; we want tmo iee the
sports, and we'll not f'r e.t tmo iring
our appetites.
Ocala's reply is: (ome, and l .nue
in numbers, and we'll prrami-.- oue
and all a glorious day.

Registration Books Open
The registration books foir Ithl elem
ocratic primary of the ot.ala duitrivt
will be open at the ,ottee of \ W.
('lyatt, secretary of the democrat i'
executive committee, on June 1, I
and 14. All democrat-, not heIreto-.
fore registered, are earnestly r, ,lum stelt

to place themselves in position tao
part in the democratic primnar)

Phosphate Shipments.
There were shipped from the
of Fernandina for the month of
by J. Buttgenbach 6,000 tons: by
& Hiller, 5,400 tons.




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Made of large, strong, high-gralde st,, I fwr' 1. .
Amply provides for expansion and t,,ntrai ti :. I pr ,
lasting. Never goes wrong, no mnatt r hw\ r' :t 'r.,
Does not mutilate, but does, efficiently, turn cattle, h.r- -.. hogs
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by the manufacturers and by us. Call an r .. ,: C .. .
it will save you money and fence your lt I < i., -.. .ta f.ncJd.

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t*SUCCcsorf% to Titlt4k 17. 4' I.'ipTI
Dealers In and Manufacturers of

Yellow Pine Lumber, Rough and Dressed.

Flooring, Ceiling, Siding, athl, Shinrlles. l ish!,-,'. \,w a -
Etc. Scroll Work and Mantles of ever.~ *I-. Pulpitsand Railings, Bchool l)"ks asti, ,s .,' n .,,I a *=
Beds, Tables and Kitchen Tall.-. <'yi-re-- Iai k- ... -
Also agents for: Colt's Acetylene (a." -.-ner.*tti- t.,r ,s .k ,ii a .
aqd best lights. Patton's Sunprxf Painta, lrir-t,-, lt.. I' i .'
Glass Company. Estimates and leformation Promptly furnished

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Candidate for State Senator from 20th Distric'.

Favors ReIuctson of Taxes, Improvement of Pub ic School System and
State Militia-Opposes "No Fence" Law and State Dispensary System.

I asKialal t" I 'Nil It Lt:-iai jatha ttit
III 3I1tll' Way mtiats fvt-sa- it its tile'rigtsi,
Ilit.. rIVa-'~a Mst at'litt*.j sg *if tile *O~Alt.
I usmal-ati Ii ftm-aar aif rt'duokil; t.tAxi-
11.011 and at tile netxt aa,. IiU a tilt,
4Let-KI-tuft- will jarot-abily e il. te ,u't
colotmoirlusn luoweaIli athet' %tatt-i history
faar onuchiauan tl;ort.
I Ias levcaa it. asiffaille gthil t. resent.
5-ua il:&a'a!tawf tie!' -:te_..)as i tot cure
allat' .at Ihaartia, that thet -atae smay
iN' qa41h3l itfavt tt hto ll a !irit thlat

I .hlt.%a- itiIfiv-ttriiig tIIt- military
U1141attl aIalaitiOta f OUt 'ht -a l~ I-
ditt-in a tumm51*31 ins-l keat-u ing atith
their r mtu~rn a~rtt tatwe ad uat-ful saa-.
I btaht'lsv4a'.silauIldiiag Iua our jauhlic

Mhtaa~ tita a 4111% alatlattr auntt l1(put-
easa emadt it tVMS.
I !aavor tile- Irt-aenttVt fysieuif' Itax'-
Ing Owi '~5 i.t.antl tilt, uizaihsev fnj]..
atag Trotatisueb thileww dwtiitishtitt-iI !as-4
iwart ia aatly t.IV ivttrn it" theentait -an-s
detolrdaIll g-tAt r.a ra':td-!., nit!hta-r tin,. fm

4at461t s1--for ros-at work. 'ri. .aa la''j l
jISoar tah' at %%thl 1h4-t",451j!v!!l!" '11'1na
thaatuiht tato maturte.. tiusthatthae' C.?-i
Y4iep Smamy lh as'tinitiiit."I wUt-alpt'? aalat-r
anda' hauukatst- sl11iztaetltit Ilanallotst-' ill-I
to-itt '4otttf tt ijh~'~theaiV. utahic
uuoaht ultivisA.Atelv cowidiaa tilts- lso.huj la'.j la f
%of a 'ftait It. 51itentiflry.I

I~~~~ a1"lIautI ~ *laf-~.a2l~a
ii, thae- tatalt. itt I'idsiat. %-. At,'hiavett'aa
resch*41 Ithat 1wrftw'etitsisina atrr~u! iarsl
lour-uusu anid iinIttloiUlustitalo th':at t uitilai

W~isitftiat 11Hoti--. ( Cekla~wmaaitta-t i
out- 1,1a-4-k .*a-t itf Pl.iant 'SI-i:6 t-11

&-I*%-. J. A~. ie%**t---tt'5 t'Prop.

M~r. S. NL.11Iiazszh ij-atat-visi consirat -
ulatt"at1-yVIlaiatnt-tail- on the at nr~t
iauiaahas44i ttoth ItFla a&m i't- adt:441 rnza-

:LhL (V y U1I. t1.1Kkw, t. lit-a a :1 i alaw
t!it L .kizti:i a ipo c n i &'ma e1t Isat inIl its
i:liftI 1r-, I 7-ht'ultI ei t-uti ijilV Lav t a n.'!siy

it' PI aaI 40111'. i aa li itlwha. t A leatti
Wmt a a'i, 11 11.. I Ia lItat'.* 1,11 h t d ap

W(Ilk it I.4-va'rta.irt I Ia1=ltV '%, -tt~j,
:,f it'~I ajtt ,pp t-ol i-othia li A ena ttraaa sy h
a h LaA tu a ha tstil.- ift tai' .tate httua

taa a'-i, t a .l i tatt fir l,4 tCl rthe

rtIi 'ti raIai 4latj''t'r Lacalo dr. A wl t,- t ha5tit
Ift- ~ i. 1 0 'hA att I a f taIt '~Aazmt I,-I Ia '

W;1, a te *t ajIa ti4 hiv 44II t.1

-a1.1 1 I lt V 'v f, r-I. Iim:11H. t'A ndia
-U aIIth t.I tailt-.'htto lat' id rthfie
lag tt aiZ: z' difw tar tit- t' laia mal: i ta

,if'ta a-gjrttt a'. -t~il ii ata t.) he a
a: : I!- t aIf b' ia t t i r --tw mitn fly

Ia.atat Ia atli'- I i. It' 11W'O th- IAttlal.
I a I ha, ~ill +1aj a..; .0a11ailS'fl
a -t'i j lta %atoaajk tar thel at, vira.tillt tit )
..-(Iaaa %% 1111 1 tAIaaa-'-aie !k. a~nd Itawill

a.4 tahicah i V h !~ 1- a (t.vt'it tt-l I t X-
(t' i f t'a(Ihat :tt'. o- l 'i wiil a ft iv-.
fvlola, NN ith A 1 a Is lhnofid, Iaia
flmtat i l th tvtaI j- A it. up~ujlaijnil -, (

-a 'irlty ilit- l a '.a *

ttioau of li3 ft !lIw

a1 I:t ii r a i s i.

Ira-. ~ ~ t 'r Ia~-se- w i l; fa, tt

Shipping Melons.

N14-a jtlI )au :'17 aah Ii ll .tha.t. w~a

a -A aa. mid id* a2. ?-1.1a dt fi vtecar-

Of al#- Ia idm.

He is (,fi~t .:.-t- .'a-:I-1Iau.tiottus
'111d ("I'tha aj atlila-i- _Ii fiag ti~e vol-
('Ut-al .pItja I ll IIn I]ha- g'aaIltCY aI- Ill thisi

gals-Sit -uiAate'rt-' atat11"N.Intiht'. I U1 h0tst''ta' aF r-Ala.

iUSnaStbta the -fir--at tat at ti3' of hi?-

'I'Iit'1i4011-w iasbt'l ti a I C', lII'tiu "a. Iii 1t
cE-unt Iii'- ristlit of witay'ta t Ihe t' A han.
Ilatsater oauti4 it Itn-t -i i'.t r~a aa
thritasrt i we IUnited*ta~tta-!zs s i--
siail mlahitary rv-aeratatiaat av
raifle i!, FHa.

HIa. t ai liva rt :ttat ftI t tible ill
v( ,tl*. il .- il', I ar '- ait vehicles-t,
li\', i "t La., i haltia h -a :tiiai a.'1 li,,ati-'o
ini .1: k ,'i. ai'a!l:. .* lii h !i- r-It f,.r a
,ood tli rii.,
Mi,')ull) i gow.,ii rila ant i, not t
lo-iaIn l:t- l .h latht. -it-t.h il i, --ettinge
.111 x:tl! Ic foar li.. ract-.

Fat- ~ ~ j~tItthai- tcollSit- ma- Mr.
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O.ala, Fla., June 2'. 15<2
The Board of Public Instruction in
and for Marion opuntyv, 1hlorida. met
this day in raular s~ S-- iSi. \\ith the
follow ing it-nib'rs pi st.iit: < S.
Scott, chairman: B. R. llitch ann I. I.


Which Will Probably Be Introduced
at the Next meeting of the Flor-
ida Legislature

Section 1. I < it n. te bl by t lh- I I -
tral a.sstmbly of Florilda that l:,,m
._- r l ,t ..

Minutes of the im.v--tting \\i., and after the passage of thsII I'-
rlad an r approved. board of county .omnmissione: s for t!,
The .atrons of the Sw\\tt Cannon county of Marion, said state, anid tIh.
iaighborh]o'l \\t a'st of 4t -ala petitioned -uccs.-sors in office, be and the .--. t
to have their s hool operate,.d next aIte' ha hy constituted a body ** ;*
t,.rm. Samea was eferred1 to special at, under the name and style of tH!:
mn -.ting tn Ju:.e "2. dispensary commissioners of MaNI.I'-
Pe'titions andl applications \\-re lt- county., l'lorida, for the putpos, o*f '-
fil th- ao1, to, establish rinow t Iblishia:g ani maintaining al d;I ;* '
sch ,ools in th*_' Sam Pyl.-s nlt-ighblor- s.lry in the county seat tof s.i.l t .
hoold -a,.e at th4 V'. st M1ills and to for Il sale of spirituous. vin < .ii
lopeat- thi- school :it Martn,. Nhichll liquors, clder and other i:.t,\,
was *.isk ontinu--l 1 .o years y a-. o n ca.ints. Said board of cotnnssiol.'
ac'aoutit ," sa nalhl aV ,Ia g. .ll ,f shall h.'av power to sue' ;.li 1 tto -'
a'..\ **. "'t.'' ..f:'.4 *' i un' l seciaIl s'l su, plea and be inialeaded it1 .,: t'.
lllT1ting inl J n-. oilurts oi f the state of Florida
Ap.\ liiation .,,,- in fr assit,"n< Manager
to Itu .i t -, I,..l hus- .s ;t T.'-!t Sa .'. .., iBa it further enacted th.a t ti I
1al. I "1.: 1 ;. ?i l'ir .cL,. :ill gf is is..ry commissioners proxvi I-d t
n l-i'l *I- :, lii< ...t nui st m maintain .at so:t ,,.I
,m -tiia :..,] *.,. -,;,.t;i! t,;~t a .iit ii- \ .., nt ithini the i .po,, :.
strt .i lt i K, .ilv: n t f.r limits of i city of O,'.al.1, :a :'., -
th.- rf.builin ,f i. ;Fi .l s -h .l y fir the sale f li, rs, t.: 'S
:,aus., .i t. l,.,,, I h s I. ,,.rly t-notigh iitlous, viI us and ml .lt. id !s :.l.
insurance n, y ,, hand to t repLia oth.r ilttoxicants. And thy sh.i!l a:1
thle buil1 ing. the ,ay f organization and anlttial:
Th .1- tin I-l s f follow- ht'.r,:ftai.r locct ta mai \h slieall l
i:R na! a -,a spl-ci;Al lax school districts ,f s, l,. habits illn g, ood moral .li:-
r canvss*d .ind declared known as dispensary
ass fol ois. Fiort King was da.clared a t kn. ow fl s tsp-ts yon .
created a s;p-ci.d tax sh.liool district tit ,..m issi.n ders. appoint su,'h oti-
by all t;h votes ast belin- illn favor of ,. h .l I us t ly i, ncap .so i y f,,- ti.-
such creation, for a 3 mill levy, and S. ,ro,," ,,ain. t ,of the affairs of i:-
P. Long. J. DI. Cailhcman and J. 1W Its.i h1.1S. ,: i ,nager shall la hf... 11n
('Colert elct,-d trustees. fa.r ,a, ye.,r., ut shill ie itmiovabll '
.Mart-el was declared. cr"rated a spe- Zn! 'i tilte sai boar-.d of a a-
<.il tax school district lby a majority i.i., .r ,.g.e.t (. duty or va-
(of the votes cast. A. 2 mill levy and It of th.i law ( and said C .rnn.i -
J. J. Tillis, J. # I. Brooks and J. Seek- sl, ,'! s shll at onc. till vacancy ma-lI'
i i ih Trustles. La s h a oval. Said dislpens, ;i
tlitchton as declared coated a ::,.an:t,'r shatll be. required to take an I
special tax school district lby a major-' .:S rib an a.tth that he will faith-
ity of the votes cast, a 2 mni!l levy ar i ll id hon st ly discharge thlta dli-
Geo. M. Blitch, J. M. Blitch and W. P. ti,.s .iuird tf him by this ., t. ai, I1
Hammond elected trustees. sh.i v b ni ta approved by tl.
Capulet was declareald created a spoe- ,alllissi,ln.!rs inl the sun of $1," .
cial tax school district by a majority ,,,,dti,,ed to faithfully acc,,unt f,,r
of the vot.s <:tast, a 2 mill lxvy and S. l Is anI I onea s that hI; y aant,
S. Savage, C. II. Coon. r a;nd C. E. Fo- tas as suah mana'.r, an I
giestrom for trustees.r h. fthful performance of u, h
Election r-tur.ns for changing the .iu,, .s :: required of hun ly th
boundary lin.s of Sparr special) tax .a t .11- y sLih rula' alU regulation-;
schoaol district canvassed 'ith s th." board of otnlnmissiou.lrs 1!.;t
the following result: It wvas declared O n s roceiv suk h S
that a mIajtjriiy c-f thel votes Was( carst th .. as of commission. r na
to change the boundaries as adve"tis- 1x, t th- mpensation shall niat b.
Si il aitt- t. T,:. tat:- ,t,,, .,tn.., nt ,,-n the amount of his sa;'l s.
ity was fnor a two mill l,.-vy, and that i his assistant when appoint-.. I
H. M., w. W '. St..v.: nnd \'. shalI r*,,.-iv,. a salary to fix, ,1 ,
Luffman w, a- duly e!cteld as trustees. of hea a a coommissio.n-rs
Elections ~*.re called to I e 1.el.1 at
Linalale an,1 Cotton Plant on Satur- Stock
day, June 2,, for the purpose of cre.- *-''*. I I't, it furth-:r enact.*d th::
eating sp-ecial tax scho,,l districts, an.] sl. nar,:ig. r, under the dlirecption of
to fix the rate of f,.r each of s wi ltoarl of commissioners, shall ,'t
the propose. dist i. ts. ;,nd to elect ,ll timn s k- .-p a stock f spiritua .
th:-ee trustees. f,,r each of the above vinou. :anrId malt liquors, ia.i6-lrs an !
T.a -d ali-t:icts,. :nt1 the st rota.i y i:n- o)th.r intoxicants, in such (lquinttit. <
-t:'u' t .J to i :ik- t-- praa'r a:.dv tis-- .'- tihe board of co) mi'a-
mlints and forward necessary papers ti'rA't. All bills incurrt-ed for Itl..
f,,,' hlolline said, elections Ti::lit- ,' ai,' of said dispensatry sh ;1I
Elections .t a ',- a'l-o cal!e d to be held b" Ia ial lay th,' n;anag,-r, upon apr a -.' -
:it Dunnellon aind l'Fantvil;e special tax l of said comilinissioners or a rlnaja-
so lhoi l districts f,.r tl-,r purpose of iyV thera-of. Sail mnana.-r shall s Il
eialcting thre-e trustees and to fix the ,l!vy for cash. an, shall turn ov,-r ;i
rate of millage- for the n.ext two en- non,,ys in monthly settl.-nm-nt v ih
suing years ''ornmissionars.
Treasurer's report,"t was examined Rules
and approved, :s follows: Sec. IV. Be it further enacted th it
'1,-+ v11~~"__ c .- 1

Balance last report. ... . 1. .. i.
Rec'd. from Comptroller, S. S.
0. & G. R. R.. taxes 1901.... 723 S7
Rec'd. from Comptroller. S. F.
& WV. R. R.. taxes 1901....... 273 2,:
Re-c'd. from Comptroller, I. N.
0. Tel. Co., taxes 1991 ...... 45 49
Rec'd. from Comptroller, So.
l:i. Tel. Co., taxes 1901.... 2'" C
Ra 'd. from Dunnellon special
di-tri't for money advanced lJ'a) Or'
r;, i. ftra ''m % \'irsdaln special
disTr: *t far nmon ,y avancel S 25
I:' d. from Citra special dis-
tri, t f,,r money advancej. S 25
R. ad. f!<,in E. P. Thagard,
cou(n y I--vy of 14901 ........ S ') 00
RIt-cd from E. P. Thagard.
polls of 1901 .............. 123 00
RecJ. fra,m E. P. Thagard.
po!ls of 19-,') .............. 5 ( ,

Total receipts ........... $3571 16
Disbursed durin, ma-,nh ..... 370 75

Balance in treasury ......$ 41
Treasurer's report for the special
tax school districts was examined and
approved as follows:
$11,;.,:,9; Mclnto-,h. receipts. $4I .39;
Laloani., $16.39; Bein.view. re ,ceipts.
$1;2.32.. d hsburse ', $4, ba.larce .1..S53;
F'antville, receipts 39.71. lancec.
$3:.71: Dunnellon. receirpts $24.r3,.
disburse $1,:'0, balance $14R.63; Red-
dick, receipts $10o64. d.sbursce SA$.'5.
laal.!.n'.- $4 7'A : Pin.- L.evel, rPc--ipts
$4.11. 1. a.'-.. .i. ; M ay- ill'. ra-.
' *it.s $14.42. la.:,r. $1 .12; VI .oir.s-
, I-. receipts $i7.2'. rdisbursed $ .2',.
j ,.,; ::..+. $ ,.',.,,: <-i r.,. re,* ,ipr s $198.24,
'lisburs.' 1 ''7.''i 1,;la.:nf- $12 .5,5.
Totals: Receipts. $1,23. ': disburse-
;m.i.:s. $2*t.2.".1.. ,l.,an. (,n hand,
$7 ,*,.47.
M :. i. I.. t';:*.. r: ; tr.rder-.d1 his
r,"senat;,o,,n ais s-ipl-rv;'sr of the Fort
MIa IaV a hoal 'ax 1 h a a .t -

sail commissioners shall niake f: an
time to time rules and regulations fa,:
the operation of said dispensary. sai,
rules not conflicting with th.- failaa.a-
itg provisions of this act:
Ti pl;intity vof liquor t, hb-) slI t.,
any on.- person shall not ex<'aal na,
gallon, and in no sent shall lI-u,,"r
Ib fu'rnish* in ,luan: titi's l.-ss than
1 alf a pint.
No)r. shall b,- drunk upon th," pr-'n-
a r in the Inuildiing wh,-re disp.n-

I;.,t ono- s.ale shall bA mad,-- to tt..-
s; i;; person in pA ki:- shall I,- sold to any Ip'r-sin ;at
a ata tim r -.
The- mnana .-'r shall, k1.e.p t i',o'r ofa
L:ar-l's ot)f a.irtia- s to w hom liqui)rs ;:.-
sod,. '. 1 amounts furnishe.l, f,)rn Ia:y
tr, day.
sislp.-ns.iry shall not be opI.n1d tii!
thirty minutes after sunrise, atr,, nl iut
1,r losed not latt-r than thirty minute .'
before sunset on each day: and shill
I ,- clos,'-d on Sundays anld a-ltioi
days and the days before *lf,-tioi
'i',ys, and upon such other days :ts th.-
c')rrmnissionrs shall d,-ciado.
Sealed Packages
S'--. V. P ', it further enacte-l that
aid a! trn.iag-r shall sell to no p,'rsona
or p'-rsons any of said liquors or in-
t.xic.nLrits, except in scaled package-,
he shall not ke-p any brok-n package. :
in s:,id dispr-risary, andI when-ver ,n
. igirial package is broken it shall be
.'it on<-a- lottlt-i up and soalv-d.
No Loitering
V. VI. B.: it further enact-ld th at
said r.,an;i.age-r shall r.ot permit any
iit, ring about the dispensary ar
,ra-rnris(s, and for the failure t,, ,.-
cr, : this Irovision may l"* r .mov'..
Ir,,rn offi, r-.
Se'. VII. Be it further enact,- th-..'
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eaft'i 4li-cit %-. wimse addaress w~as Very
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i..i,-r'i- <'hiil TI'oimi.' aicures feve'' s,
till- anid nmialirai. It idestr ovs ie
trerm. We guarantilee it. Price ..''.t?'.
\i Ander-,on. I

NIr. C. .M. Carm, of Iteddick, was a
plea.sant visitor t.- thi- o4ti'e Fri-
day. It w ill Ie remembered that Mr.
4 arni wa- successful last year in can-
ninlig tomniatoes, and this year he is pre-
paring to Iput upI more than forty
thousand calls, and i- very much eni-
couragted with tihe enterprise. He ex-
pect. to increase its its capacity from
ve*:ar to year. Int addlitlion to putting
up tihe tomatoes in calis lie will
thi-a year manutfactule twelve or more
bIarrels ,of from the refuse. He
Imatd : 1'mamle' ,f viileir lie mantif-tic-
Ilur-d lI t- year. which i ats in all re-
-Iets '.I 'i-'ry tinle article.

Thie pioulahr view of the relation of
Iht ,ahot tI huiumaii charltcter and
<.,ai.i''t i' miarked in iiiany a familiar
exlprets.ioli-. Wes1ak of there i-ingl
"aimd ialoa," between t people at enmity,
,of "ltlue ,low-t"as indmalting ancestry.
of "llac'k bloodd" as describing a
trea,'cherous nature, aid in many aln-
otlher ilira-t- mark o'ir I.leif that in
the lilt ntal. moral aald pihysieal man,

"tlhe ,hltod is the life." The one basis
*.f a healthful, hiappy andl useful life is

Thie ioai, of i'fouminy .oiimissioners
n-t 1im i i-tultar ..iolln Monday. All
utiermeies pree it.
Mr. \V. E. Allien, of Mielnitosh, uap-
par.i'. d !',..r,- th- ill behalf of
Juiti-e urnipi di. amid explainedd the
matter of 41,, i!ilitL o,,ver" lie body
of i I.4:t:ta< 'lam k, foIr hiit h flie l, e;irdl
,'*t. -I.' l ld 1(4 t at l tti l:tst mieliet lig.
11t:4 e i. i.-,e ii-idtat rt-e it. action
lani oende the lill- paid.
A I' *I,' i I 1i lil ,Ii ( t o i :ll: Iage llie
voting pl .e of Like \ district
from L.:k Weir to Ocklawaha Sta-
tion, whicri was laid over until next
meeliiti .
('Conmi-aionier Lonig, who was ap-
piintite to investigate matters of as-
sessimin-lim of thie lliho-hate lands at
Dnunielleni, known as the ('rocker-
Atkinomii lanidsl, reported that he had
c.i-refully examilied said land, and
made im'vestil:tlion, amid that in his
opliiilion 11itlal wa.- unot ain exce.-sive
a--e--mlim it.
Mr '. I li.wl- is hiearit iiin up-
Cmli of this .al ii, it tt ie valuation
NVni- lllj ti-I.
Aftt'r (. ,i,-iileial le dia :uts' ion tlhe
malliatt -lIa- hil 'vte ir lilit thlie next
The aI:tid aitpoiinted itself as a
(aoilii'.tet- it. whole, on ecitertain-
ii'ttll, ait hlt- ilat inlg .f thie coulity
roiiliiani-ilis !I)nd good4 road-, aso-
-i:ttionli whi-h Itmeets ill Ocala on June
171, to,, whi.ih waw. aaldtd ('. L. Bitten-
ger, -.. T'. .-isriunk amid E. P. Thla-
galnt, aidl t uimismiouiers Edwards
atinld artmililAmi were appointed a
ao1 ii lIitt.- on i Ii:mis~ at rotation, while
t'luiirtiiiar Long will look after the
hotel ratest foI the visitors expected on
ttii- (o'a';tio4Il.
Mr. -.;. .i. I'aoctor Fwas appointed
cattle ilislpector tor cattle driven or
shplped from tnomumis-.ioner's district
No. 3.
The bridge acro-s fBlue Sprinugs run
was 'reported ill a daintigerous alid un-
sirfe condition. anl tilhe board was
asked to repair osine, Lbut at-thie bridge
i- the property i I the i )unnellon
Pllosylitte C 'olu piy, Il -- matter was
referred to (t a:lniis-4ioner IA)ong, to see
if said Iiridge would h.e turned over to
.11r. .Liag ilt-dl a report ton the con-
ditioni of lit- l'oor Firirm, stating that
a.oi lIunileh-- of outis lihad been lar-
ve.-td, Ilt'it Iliere were twelve acres
of corn that wouhal yield twenty-live
t)il.iel- 'o, thie acre, three-fourths of
anll :-e iln u: i;r 'ane, tell acre inl
pindler- and ve,.etalles of various
liHe recoinit-ended tliat more lands
be learned which was adopted.
4 a lllinti--iolier \Wiirlimtanni wa.s au-
tIl.riz- ti to IhAve the lieA. Fleming-
to, r;iail opei n d, or at least Iinished,
a- it a lieai ti partly oipented.
Co'-iplaiit wa4 mllmade that a mill
inui Iuy llte inane of McKinnley, of
a'.indler, was greatly damaging the
public' i, aLds down that way with log
eartl, aimi I line clerk wai directed to
notify himi to repair such damage at
ollte, anid that a ft.ilure to do so was a
It wa s ordeiled Ithat thie financial
condiiitilion of the count- y be published
monthly with the minutes of the
The. legal notice was ordered given
that the board intended to levy a four
mill road tax lor time present year.
Applicationli of I. ('. Little and B.
Vaugihn for Ipen-ions from the state
on a'e rate army, were approvedv.
The shlmriti was authorized to fur-
nis-h Ju.,tice Wynne, of Stanton, with
a pair of lhandithiu".
The e'.immii iuii:.iuer. appointed to lay

olit rI',A:d In IoI lrvilie to Fairfield, sub-
mitted their report, which was
adopted, and :niame ordereI posted.
There were three applications for
enlistment in the **pistol toting regi-
metit," as follows: N. A. Fort, L. F.
Hisher and E. 1. Perkius, all of whom
tiled bonds. The matter was post-
poned until next meeting.
The board met Tuesday morning.
A petition wa- presented from the
citizens of Sparr asking that uno license
be granted to anyone to carry fire
arms in that district, which was read

suits brought by the county again-t
the bondsmen of said F. D. Pooser.
Report of Thos. E. Pasteur, county
treasurer, showed receipts for the
month of $5,116 16; balance from last
report, $3,805.72; disoursed, $8,352.70,
leaving balance in treasury of $1,-
569.65, all of which is in the road
fund ex.'ept #5.16.
It wat ordered that the clerk pub-
lish tle finatnciMl condition of the
county each Inmonth, showing indebted-
niems or outstanding warrants.

The Montezuma Changes Hands.
I'he above named hotel which has
bet-n uilnder the management of Mr.
J. P. Galloway changed hands last
Saturday night at 12oclock and passes
into the control of Mr. S. M. Hannah,
who has leased it for a term of years.
Mr. Hanna is a hotel man of ex-
perience having successfully conduct-
ed the Inu at Port Tampa, the Arno
at Tampa, and he has recently held a
position at one of the leading hotels
at Macon. "
Mr. Hanna is a hotel man, knows
nothing else and will achieve success
by deserving it, and he will deserve it
tby setting a first class table and look-
ing after every detail of the bliui,.itSq.

Constipated Bowels.
To have good health, the body
should be kept in a laxative condition,
and the bowels moved at least once a
day, so that all the poisonous wastes
are expelled daily. Mr. G. L. Id-
wards, 142 N. Main St., Wichita, Kan-
sas, writes: "I have used Herbine to
regulate the liver and bowels for the
past ten years, and found it a reliable
remedy." 54)c at Anti-Monopoly Drug
store nm
The FiremenPs Banquetr
After the election of Mr. Frauk Rea-
gan, first assistant chief; Mr. Joe
White, second assistant chief; Mr. tt.
E. Yonge, marshal, and Dr. A. L.
Izlar, treasurer and surgeon, Monday
night, under the auspices of Chief
Bull, a splendid banquet was given
the firemen and a number of their in-
vited friends at the station.
Mr. Pat Norris and his daughter,
M iss Rosa Norris, and Mr. Fred Bla-
lock, furnished delightful music which
was very greatly appreciated.
Messrs. C. L. Bittinger, J. M. Barco,
L. N. Green, E. P. Thagard, W. K.
Zewadski, Frank Reagan and T. J.
Owen all responded very appropri-
ately to toasts, and, taken altogether,
the evening was most enjoyably spent.
1 he fire department now is in splen-
did shape and is one of Oeala's most
trusted institutions, and Chief Bull
and his assistants are model officers.

Read It in His Newspaper.
George Schaub, a well know Ger-
iman citizen of the Dayton Volkezeit-
ung. He knows that this paper aims
to advertise only the best in its
colums, and when he saw Chamble-
lain's Pains Balm advertised therein
for lame back, he did not hesitate in
buying a bottle of it for his wife, who
for eight weeks had suffered most
terrible pains in her back and could
get no releif. He says:
"After using Pain Balm for a few
days my wife said to me, I feel as
though born apew," and before using
the entire contents of the bottle the
unbearable pains had entirely vanish-
ed and she could again take up house-
hold du les." He is very thankful
and hopes that all suffering likewise
will hear of her wonderful recovery.
This valuable liniment is for sale at
Anti-Mobopoly Drug Store. m
Mammoth Tomatoes.
This ofsi e is in receipt of a crate of
tomatoes from Messrs. Barry Bros, of
Orange Lake, which are without ex-
ception, the finest we have ever seen.
They are without spot or blemish,
perfectly smooth and have beautiful
color. ornie of the larger ones meas-
ure upwards of twelve inches in cir-
cumference. They are certainly beau-
ties and we return to Messrs. Burry
Brothers our appreciation and thanks
for them.
Stopped Into Live Coals.

"When a child I burned my foot
frightfully," writes W. H. Eads, ofl
Jonesville, Va., "which caused horrible
leg Bores for 30 years, but Bucklen's
Arnica Salve wholly cured me after

Rome Ga., Daily Recoid.

I usu wmatnf M.nnw ..r. -au

arvestlng n acninery Ever mad ein
This Territory.
Saturday afternoon it I:- u iiii-lii;,
sight met the gaze of every I.--* r ,
Broad street, in ithe leiglhi, ll..i. i (
the (irifttn Hardware (co.
There were t16 faring r-' wa g,- i
front of this place at ,one ltimie \,
one could ilimagilne Ihe aMiie unit il l
J. 11. Mannlers elitded a ,-r ..p- I nI I
alld loa1 ded 4 hese I i"'a- \% i' t,
Deering mowers anm id:i k-
This speaks much fair Ithie l,I a
Harvesting Machinery."
The Griffin Hardware t'... t .- *,i.." '
an enormous business ill tL.i- lite.
During Saturday they ail- oI livei.. I
30 Planet Jr. Cultivator-. .Mr. I hiart.
Wainright, of Philadelphis, who, r. a-.
resents the manufacturer-, i- it t. ti,.
will remain several ,l:' s I
the large number f order- t:ak. i,
through the (riftin Htailwau re ..
Saturday marked the lart,--t .,
day delivery of harvestiing mIac hier.t
ever made by any hardware '.-il.c-ri
in this section.
Photographs were taken f lith. -t. .
anslid wagons as they stood loatuded.
Mr. Manners is very muc h grancti. -I
with his sales this year aind k, t
while loading the wagonsi Il. Ii.
ing again king of the fite1 "
Rome is proud oif her Iimanii\ pr. -
sive firms, and the lieeord lai- -ti,. i
before that Rome loiuld tl,,he ..
tral distributing point for ,,i illt .. -,
These are the same make art ni>. a-
reapers, binders and rakes thait II,
bard & McDuft, of ).ala, ome mit-i.-
for and have been selling so. muii .
and pleasing every purcha-er
All Deering machiiuerare guiranti-e- '
to give satisfaction, being lighter .ai i
less number of pieces to wet out ,.f
repair, and are superior to all eattir
Call and inspect these rnoAet.r- It
will soon be hay-tuaking time. :1 I-
bard & McI)utf, Agents. O)alit. Fia



Marbla:and tirarple




Ocala marble WfA;k 04.1 fIij




TM Naprsto SemS owl hwc
ing Co., of Mag.pstm Mi

The Ocala Gun Club l ,
The Ocala (uun Club will .liiare iy
invitation to this city lion nexAt .~tir
day to try issue with h th aIine--% ill ,t ', ,t,,
club. Much fine Ahooting i! aexipe'i -t
as there will be artists from at.r- ad
here also.--(*ainesville -e-w ., ,,

Tax on Babies

Extreme hot weather i- a ,reaat tx
on the digestive power of hbalti.- w' !.
puny and feeble they should It i.. .v. nt
a few doses of White's tCream Vlermin-
fuge, the children' tomic It w all
stimulate and facilitate II,.e lige-tio
of their food, that they soon l.m l ne1limp
strong, healthy and active. **. :at
Anti-Monopoly Drug Store ImI

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flen's and Ladies'

Boys' and Girls'


At The lloston Sore.
"Nuff Said. .



We Have Moved Our Store

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a M w.Zuti.

It rm" .

I *ant.mwee demiorats readopted the
K .ta- ('ity platform.i.

If ieorgia elects an editor governor,
Shat's the matter with Florida doing

I'tre ai lll iIe less conspicuous fig-
u,.i- it, the tnext legislature than A.
I' 1Hakins.

Thri only survivor of St. Piere was a
Ipreoner. and h*, has been recommit-
tee. tuo lani duugeon cell.

iteady money is Aladdin's lamp."
~euator Hanna hiad everything his
own way in Ohio.

The president h as signed dithe i li-
ieta Indian w.r cl titm bill.

I.eOv Je-tlt" lavi-. of Arkaun-:-, has
b.eun denied fe Ihwloship by the Baptist
cihui 'h, of which he is a inmember.

A- the whole editorial pusll, we en-
joye te waldin; and only as a part f
It., e -hall watch his career with in.
tert. _
Thte sum.s of money drawn by (en..
W\VnI,. while in control oif Cuba. it is
. id. when nadle public will produce
a ,e nal tion..

P'reNtdent Il osevelt hali found a job
for SeAnator McLiurin on the court of
claim*. His cnimer<-ial democracy
ir"ovte a
l'sawr Funston His enifor-'edl silence
i- telling on him. He is now confined
to hi-, home with a raging fever. If
Funstion i- not allowed too talk he'll
Acceording to Bishiop Thoburn.
American ocicupation of the Philip-
joine~ was an a.'t of G(;,. That's pretty
hard--coming from a hsishopl. too.-At-
lanta Journal.

There i-4 a large influx of foreign
emitrtation to this c< untitry :tt thi.-
timte and none of then comille south.
.,ae of thle newspapers sy that tilhe
south i*. to ibe congratulated.
Flhorida stands head in timber, tur-
peutiue, phoslphate, cigar-. cass"tva,
the velvet teeqn, fish and .sconges.
Mbe should add to her list: Sugar. sei
island cotton, sheep and cattle.

r'oot mk'd



Volumes, at times, of woman's happi-
aesm or misery. The dull. sunkenr eye,
with its dark circles almost surely speaks
of womanly ill-health, and its attendant
suffering. With the dull eye goes usu-
ally the sallow, sunken cheek, the drawn
mouth, the shrunken form-the whole
glory of woman's beauty marred by the
effects of disease.
Dr. Pierce's Favorite Prescription cures
the dimsea which undermine the health
and mar the beauty of women. It estab-
lshes regularity, dries weakening drains,
heAls inflammaition and ulceration, and
cure female weakness.
Sick women are invited to consult Dr.
Pierce by letter free. and so obtain the
-dvk d a m Wneialit uvon their disase.

Christ and the Poor.

"YV have the poor always with you." Math.
2' : 11
Christ was born in a warvel'ous age
of the world's history.
It was the age of the Ciesr'.-.
It was the age of Josephus and
The essays, the poetry and the (ora-
tions of that day have survived the
dtcay of time, and are handed down
to us in imperishable beauty, and are
unexcelled even unto this day.
It was the age of art and architect-
The statues, adornments, great mar-
ble columns and magnificent marble
p laces of that age have no counter
part in n'odern times, notwithstaud-
ing the gush and glory with which
we are pleased to crown ourselves.
It was the age of horses, lions, char-
iots, private and public luxury and
It was the age of the oriamnental,
the graceful, the beautiful.
It was the age of literature, refine-
ment and culture.
Yet Christ deliberately chose to, cast
his lot with the poor and humble.
We have heard a great number of
sermons preached from the text above
quoted and it was always used as a
ples in extenuation and justification
for the existence' and continuation of
It is a weakness of hunian nature
to fastenI our own t-ins onto tlie shoul-
ders of others.
When Adam was tempted lie quickly
laid lil sin at the door of the woman.
As a last res rt we fall back on God
and shift our sins -nto him as the
great burden bearer.
What was it that gave rise to thit
text we have quoted?*
A woman had an alabaster box of
very precious ointmitent, and she
poured it on Jesus' head as He sat at
The thought immediately occurred
to the friend- and disciples of Jesus,
whiim lie had chosen to carry on His
work, that it wa- a waste on tile part of
the wOmuan, and the valuable ointment
she poured on the head of Jesus might
have lceen sold and the proceeds of the
-ale given forlthe alleviation of the
condition of the po>,r.
ut., in par with the precious
contents of it h alabaster box, the
woman shi.we iter unselfish ntess and
a love that Je? >- wished to commend,
and in jus'il ie'ation of lihe-r devotion lihe
**Why trouble ye tile woman? For
s.lihe hath wrought a gool work on
lIe then aileed :
For ye have the poor always within
3you. but me ye have not alway-a."

Jesus did not IpeIak this as a coni-
nand, but .-imply referred to! it as anll
existing fact. which tilhe hi-t cry of his
whole career showed that hiis mission
was to ameliorate, mitigate and atbol-
"Sell thiou Iast and give to the
"If any man will sue thee at tile
law, and take away thy cat, let him
have thy cloak also."
Jtsus knew the hardships of poverty
and the unjust disadvantages of the
He was not merely tlie supposed son
of a carpenter. but himself a work-
man at the bench. He never was.
anything but a carpenter. While He
became a preacher He never entered
the class of preachers. He never re.
ceived a theological education, nor
preached f.r a salary. He was Jesus,
t l i "eia ribs..* r l I sr n I Ita tI,, nt n-

To Do Away With War.
A -Scandiuavian philanthropist has
provided for the annual reward of
several prize- amounting to small
friunets to individuals who should
contribute most to the betterment of
the world.

your big footed sons when they vet a
four-dollar-a-week job, and weep over
your shriveled soul when it is released
from your grasping hodly, and smile
at your giddy wife's second marriage.
IDn't worry about the editor: he'll
get on. The Iord knows ,how- but
! somehow -Wav ne Nei l 1)i .,t.,.i

one of the Iprize, is to be given to ............... "-
the man or witomani who inii any way
Snr Roosting at Tallahassee.
has contributed oni,,t towards the
atiOlution of war. The state offlce.-eeker who ha" tweli
One of our own n(ost popular maga- roosting ou Capital Hill in Tallahas-
zines thinks that thi4 prize should be .see for the past several years has a de.-
awarded to the Norwegian physicist cided advantage over his oippnente-
who has invented an eleetro-magnetic in other parts of the state. Froml thi.,
cannon capable of throwing a pro.- lfty perch lie surveys the tield Ieth
jectile weighing two tons for a dis- east, south and west. He knows how

tance of ninety miles.
This, we suppose, is on the theory
that to make war so sanguinary that
the nation- will be afraid to engage in
But the truth .,-enis to Ibe that the
more destructive engines of war ase
made, the fewtar are the casualties.
Wars will stop as soon as a religious
sentiment can I e worked up against
their continuation.

important West Florida i-, and i"
hustling that way with a knowledge
of what work means. The omuthi
Florida candidate has not had thle op.
portuunty and relies too much on the
peninsula end of the state. There i- a
great deal in We%'t Florida. and it
takes hustllug to get it -<4aine-ville

River and Narbor Bill.


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SThe senate has adopted the report


H H. MEAOWS, Pfopriotor

Carriage Building, Repairing ond Pointi



SIndeed, they had little s.Iipathily IT IS A MISTAKE. Whe Will Sol ThifsT iddoer 3o 1 its A,.
with the i opleI l ri.t iqi-e s His Tt .- .
comrdesand t h ll He iv'c, u h i t takes money to run a newstapr.-r Juhn" take a v.ry ,r, p, htr. ". 1.'
comrades and w o He loved, and conditions. It ,a *,f tihh a' .0 a4,do ..a ,,r i ..I,
whose burdens IHe. a-un.d. iWhat an exaggeration and a whop aid out i lnually for t-1" ,y tih .e 4 "
In fact, ('rit wasi al t. alise ill per It has been disproved a thou- general gverilnmenti oly a ml I .. .
His dc'rind and i th purposes e saud times, it is a clean case of airy tanceof it f it. way iin t" ti .,uth. ,.eIt. ti,, i .
intended to a .co tuplisrh. fancy. It doesn't take money to run as te. great bulk ,,f fthli t ,-'.s,* tr" t ', .
He founded no chliurh. He insti- a newspaper. It can run without liv. ill tile orth lrl d., I, ". o
tuted noi organization. He founded money. It is not a business venture. It say that ,f tit" t ."' l" i"c- *,,,.,
rno ieU dst. He alure no o lera ial It is a charitable institution, a beg- ally ,pent t,,r ia p bulll K tlliy lltIl, a'! i',
robt. He did net pr.dach for a salary. going concern, a highway robber. Bi- ,f it c ,4, .es ,th,. :t that lttl. 111"1 l ,
He drew arnmnd hi m a h antfI of todfrey, a newspaper is a child of the to the -p,, ,ar,| f 1..' r! "" b
devote d followersfro: tlhe rauksof the air, a creature of a dream. It can go and that >I*.- r. ***1 -' "
|plain peopileand dent tln out into on and on and on when any other thern ,a ita li-'- 1i '' ,ru '1,
all tile world to pio laimrn Hif doctrine n r would be in the hand. of a h ,,i tr t:' ;*i i,,w ,..rn," '
concern would be in the hand,.c4f a wlwle tri=-tt
"*wiit .ut money aii d without price." receiver and wound utilp with tobwebs i .,,ntraitllgir, t,-i ;, :" '
i.-ih.vs tihe t. xt we have alrvaily in the windows. n rte.. to .,, r. '
*iuot'd, we hLav. also htIard ,iute. in it takes wind to run a newspaper; artie li ,1,g nrth lT
eixte.ntation Hil tju-tiritiion for tile it takes gall to run a newspaper: it entire i,. iI. ia n I. 1 *'
inll.iuality of the social conditions ex- tke a scintillating, acrobatic ilmagin- C n i.,p a,, r- '*r t "
i-.titg It tihe time of Christ's appear- atiion, half a dozen white shirts and a That th. -,.,h i- HR. t1. c S i *
a e ai,- n wa hind otii lit. to exist, the railroad pass to run a newspaper. But i .. .1 di ,. thi. .... .
follow inid text: Imoney Heaven to Betsy, seven l, I .* ~,, '-
"Itender therefor- untot ;sar tile hands round- whoever needed money lil-t ,h' .Ire. I ,t i.* '
things which are (i'-ar'.-. and unto in conducting a newspaper? Kinl a i .,,,ully I '. r *I i % .
(;od tile thing". which are (jod's." words are the mediums of exchange ,..f., .r : .
Now. what are the things of ('a'-ar, that do business for the editor-kind a,,l ,lt 'lt, t ,
and what are the things f (;od? words and church social ticket-. t, an- .
(':esar did not create the sea, earth \Vhen you see an editor with oney t,, ,, ,, ,
or air-hence they were not his things watch him. He will lie paying hi.- d ,, he I
and he had no right to ti.eir monop- bil1s and disgracing his profe .,ion ,.,,,, ,, ... *. I
ly.- Never give money to an edit,. Mak e Ma
These were the things of wGod's. him trade it out. He likes to swap. ,,. x,, -. .
The things which were O('er's Thei wlicn you (lie. after having
were the things which lie produt'ed tI around for years and sneered at You Know What You ALre ai* n
by the use of his brain., his fingers ti,e editor anl his little jim-crow pI- W. ,, *.It-.I! i i
antd his other faculties-his industry per, Iht, sure and have your wife .-.ud I'l l l .' i
and his skill. in for three extra copies by one of jlei-l> (i *I I
If hlie build a house, the house I pour weeping children, and when -le lis -t 1 1 1
.v<,ur weeping children, adti whien i -lie lii ticii tt ...-t ::,. -, t
his, but the ground on which it stands reads the generous and touching n,- I",,. 2i .t 1. ...
is UGod's. twice about you, forewarn her to neg-i) ay. ( A io n
If hie makes an article of furniture Ilect to send fifteen cent- to the ,,lil,-r Cotton Crop Report
it is his, but the wood frcon which he IIt would, overwhehln hlim. Motiney i- i .,, ..
fashions it is old's : if lie sculpture a corrupting thing. The editor knows .
from the rock a statue the statue is it, and what he wants is your heart ..
hi-, but the quarry is (tod's; if he felt tha ks. Then lie an thnk h- ,, ,
garners grain from the earth it is grocers. ,.x:,, .
his, but the earth is God's, and for the Take your job work to job olll,'- ,,,.., .
use of earth. Iree and quarry he and then come and ask for half rate- ,, ,
should pay rental to thi- state, so no for c,.hurch notices. Get your lodge
gift of out every living c .ttour" r.eivi i'ng of town, flo(i the editor with beauti.- 'ir- L.. .' .
some portion of thie bn.titlit. ful thoughts in resolutions of re-pect .t b
<;od q.omumeild4 intlduitry anllI skill, and cards of thanks. They make su,'chl \_'i ..n.
which is illustratedl inl ttnk parable of ipicy reading, and when y,,u pick it
the gifts of talent -. liut ..v lre sane- up, tilled with these glowinganl ,vi li i i i h
tlio s extortion lnor mill!i ,.>Ply. mortuary articles, you art, proud of I
In supplying the earth with silver, your local paper. i i
gold and precious stones; with coal, But money-s 'orn the filthy lu'r.
oil, phosphate rock anid lot her articles 11yu't let the pure, innocent -dit..r l. l 1 l.
necessary to tile maintenance of life, know anything about i'. Keep, that
(-od did not have in mind John Smith for sordid trades people, whuo chi <-' '
or John Jones, or any .-ingle person for their wages. Theediti give- lii. \ I I 'I' \ I "
living in the year of grace l'<-. nor bounty away. The Lord loves a
ldid hle create tLese things for the ex- ful giver. He'll take care of thie, -cI-
elusive benefit of any particular indi" itor. Don't worry about thte edlitor. I' F !
vidual or any particular age, so no He has a charter front the state to at -
individual nor any age have an ex. as a dooi mat for the conantunitvy.
elusive gift of their monopoly. He will get the paper out som elhcow. I I \ I 1
So when these things are adjusted stand u, for the town and whoop it
by ihutlian laws, ili pursuanuoe of t'd's up for you when you run fVer t~t','.
wise providence, want and the fear of and lie about your pigeon-toed daught-
want will bie abolished from the earth, her's turkey wedding and blow aiut a'" "










Wimm as WeE ViAw

a- -
4^ Made Meale by

bduWy TreMe.

,* t -t W Preys upon the mind. dis-
CC. ns amtb'ion beauty. viorr
4and cewrulaem soon
dMappear when the kid-
lneys are out of order
or diwawed
S Ktiney trouble has
twoome so prevalent
that it Is not uncommon
S, r a ch.ld to be born
< \ -. aff ic-ed with weak kid-
SIf the child urin-
St--' o cfen. if the
(esh or it. when the child
.. e h>.!'d be able to
S- et aaffl...*d with
-' 4. vn a the cause of
-0- v tie. and the first
t- & a'- the treatment of
jans This unpleasant
a d ea-.ed condition of the
, t .lt'- and ri. t i a habit as

as. ~ men are made mis-
S:- ar.nd ladder trouble.
"0 %-&'e treat remedy.
,'*- immediate effect of
-GR^ea n reali.ed. I as sold

WM o a_.Wlfn

fnr. anv of the
r At1-1i''r-t received
.i.. v?-1gLr Kilmet
A' ite sure anc

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POI-Itm'- an totile timarls--tclli

tn w f*- .5.,I in ur -tate- d~~cin't
111 Ili 1 4411 1mai& t 14u of&.. a 1641 every
-. .t0*td.14."I peuuialmmsitt the
Iit-ate'i-.tsn 'ug-,t its-
A, I ii mam.-t m-. for its awakemn lime
t all aim m.S-r'"tai i'ati 41f lerier
to ~ 1-los mi- 1*4Wiiiti~t- ato gmiod
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A t I lemaW-pi &too dt-4ic' if the-
im I l musig u drtoriiiitle'
~ ~ .cit~I.. atm) lraetit'abile
f it. j-t ow a 4-1.-far ugmderastai~ding
I-1 liff 4 .aim tmtmmat. Sid- ammlf~ tile facts
i I u -I "1 o'il tioem. &114 1 im~g t$a
I r ge..- 'me- to*II*f a ge'veut iareful
iL* ~-mm mto thle c-rifmilml rect od,
~ .lea.u lieh. Ito a 4-4arlect view of

-Is'& furmnmltim-'d IV) thar ammumlial reports

ate-V Pm-eutln 4 arwahmn f4W founteelm
a Ii 1- l I a the license
.,.a11 slid liar Ibr' vosmiveltodIil eight


este of rrime s against the person and correct it. These co)tll. put an end to
violation of the distwnfary and iicetnse tie evil if they would, and, failing of
law- in SUtk (Carolita (iMl1sl of iln their duty, they iwe(oine responsible in
; rttie 'irlit of G(t., and will be beld to
i ,.,v .-T Ex. E ." ianuswei for time ,tireful .A.I .. i. which rtMilt from it.


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years under dis

pe|m ary: A.-Mauls, 1,1aso; homnicides,
5..7; violatinmi of liquor laws, 1,05.1.
The figures fully am-iwer thlie ques-
tiot, "I. the-re any sustanitit*i fouunda-
tit lt or Ihe '.iaimit that ci im'iet- of vio-
letie%' zr.- alitrmimiKli a inc'reaiug in
Pouth (Carolina?:"
Ihey show tia:it for the last six years
of their di -pn-,arvy trti.imnttmll there

ha.- be, -ch all a'rregate increase of more
thall 44 1 r ec liat. il ai'ssaills, e t'.. amid
nearly l pewr cent. incre-'ae of homi-
'id'- ,,ver tihe -ix years lpieeeding the
diopetntary, under Ihe licesi-e system.
A compliiimon of the la-bt twoi years
of tih.- disles-iiry reported --ISSi-l OO
slows am increase iii the latter year
of over 17 jper cet.l itl -:time classes of
cri mes.

It is safe to a-s.ert that the p ripose
of everyone in any way comiecied
with lhti distribution of inltoxicanlts
through the l dispen-ary i- to foster its
intlhneiiet-, increase its sales and make
tile business perllmalnetnt in thile state.
,So zealouI-iy have they purs-ued this
lpurlose, that the provisions which tilhe
law originally contained for outside
interference to prevent abuse and
limnt sales have been almost entirely
removed, anid under the unrestrained
control of the system which ha e, benu
mIaintained throughout all changes of
administration, as at pres-ent, all re-
-trictive provisions have been disre-
garded, the sales havt doubled within
a few years, the illicit trade olently
encouraged by thie dispensary man-
agers has also largely increased, atud
it l1as at last come to tbe regarded by
its controllers a: safely Ieyond reach
of interference Iby tihe people, the
courtss mor anll other power. The blindd
tigers." more numerous in either (of
tile two larger cities of I he -tate than
the nainety-four dispenlii-aries and the
twenty-fiour illegal Iwer dilpetisaries,
rumn by the state, by reason of their
valuable Ipatronalge of the diswiensaries,
are screened fromn iprosectilntll. a" is
siowin from1i time fac.tas appearing
inll tie record, that out of 2,311 ':-evs
of violation btr miAhti intoli court from
ils%- to lOtim mio l' 5 t51-r: per
wer.e c mnvicted; in ..trikinmg contrast
with tlie fact tlht for six yeal.s i 7
l ',4. under tihe old license system, out
of 2,i e(aws l:;',, conviicteId.


I .eafness Cannot be CureA
by local aplications, as they cannot
I reach the diseased portions of the ear.
There is ouiy one way te cure deaf-
ness, and that is by constitutional
remedies. Deafness is caused by an
inllanied eonldition of tile mucous lin-
ing of the Eustachian Tube. When
tini- tube is inflamed you havearumb-
ling foundd or imperfect hearing, and
when it ix entirely closed, Deafness is
Slie result, aid umiless the inlaminma-
t ion ean bie taken out ant' this tube re-
stored to its normal condition, hear-
ing will Ite destroyed forever; nine
cass out of ten are caused by Catarrh
which is niothiing but an inttlamed con-
ditioni of tie niinoiiim surfaces.
W'e will give One Hundmired D)ollars
for ally case of DI-afmes, a used Iby
catarn-li that Hail's Catarrh O 'ire. Seui for circu-
lars; free.
F. .1. ('ENEY (o Toledo, 0O.
S' old ly I)ruggists, T75e.
Hall's Family Pills are thie litet.

Hon Geo. G. Mathews States His Po-
"I,, thi i n,' i~...ilondingi to thil IBl.tiier's invita-
tion to c- :maitiiItt s to intake known
their Ip'o-itill.ns, on the leading i ues-
tioni- likely to commie up ill tile ap-
proaching calin iaigni :
I will say that I favor a dispensary
ilon tlme lm al opttiion plain as against the
Iiigh li- ctset d drinking salomm.
I amn opipl.weld to, time no fence law as
it woulil work an injury to hundreds
of families who depend largely upon
their stock fora living.
I favor Ipetsionsi for needy 'onfede-
rate soldiers, iand am sure that this
loa-ition will meet with tlhe approval
of every vottr whole loves the south,
her traditions and her people.
I believe that the -construction of
hard road- would lie time most prolita-
Jile way that the convicts could he
employed. certainly y no oth.-r im-
lprovemeniit has a more eIneticial
bearing uponi tile tpeoplle imn general.
I aill nolt miakinlg a ilhouse to house
canvass as I do not believe in asking
thile inl lligenlt metn of Martnn county
to piroumuise to vote for nme before they
have seen uatl heardI the other can-
did :te,,.
All any candidate should ask, is an
unpmirejul.ud-iedi healiing.
I invite lile l-isest serutitny to niy
tlublic. record.
1 pe 't'ull ly,

A Raging. Roaring Flood
\% ;-l al do,!wn a telegraph l ine which
<'ia: 4'. Illis, of Iisbon, la., had to

Thes are iacts of rec,1rdi, and they reph,.ir. ":Standing waist deep in icy
are suti-ielit of themselves to -water,' lie writes, "gave lime a terrible
delun the s -temn. It the statenier't
of tliha shall in. any degree serve to 41d141 and cough. It grew worse daily.
awaken the large, but inditlerent, Finally thle lbst doctors in Oakland,
element of our citizens who canl con- Nelt Sioux ('ity and Omaha said I had
trol the matter if they will, to a sense eumisuimpltioin and could not live. Then
of their duty in the premises I shall
have been amlnily repaid for the I Iegan uting Dr. King's New Dis-
severe labor which has teen involved every and was wholly cured by six
in wetting them forth, bottle-." Po--itively guaranteed for
Another fact disclosed by thi- ill- coughs, iodi anmid all throat and lung
vestigatio n in connection with an ex- troubles biy Anti-Moinopoly Drug
amination of the report of the dis-
wensary managers, is" that the liquor
tramfl- in South Carolina, legal and The Summer School of Florida.
Illegal, derives its main support from
the laboring classes, white and col- The above- is thle title of an eight
ored, and as a result it is from this week-' -lhaool at Tallahassee, begin-
class that the criminal record is re- ,itg June l;ith amnd R continuing to Au-
cruited at such an appalling ratio of gust Ilith, which %ll lbe conducted
increase, under the auslpiiees of the state de,
It is doubtless true that the large
majirtty of the. iopleof the state are iartmienit of pililic instrueion and
ca ~ irati vely free from the vices and stitilportIed ly the PlealKly fund and
crimes engendered by indulgence in legislative appropriatioDn.
strong drink, and are progressive superintendent Sheats is general
along the lints of religion, education dtirector and i'rof. A. A. Murphree su-
and morality, yet they are certainly rtndnt.Mi Nellie Stevens
negligent or indifferent to te im- rinenet. Nelie teens
provmeut of those most exposed to of this city will be principal of the
the demoralizing intlueuce of the primary delartient.
liquor traffic, whose inhuman greed Supierinteindeit -lieats has issued
will be satisfied with nothing less than an eight-pag pamlsphlet giving all im-
the utter ruin "of its helpleas victims.
I am constrained to add the remark forniatioil abolt the school, which
that in my judgment, the class who will 1le stent to any one on appliha-
are wholly responsil-le for the contin- tion.

Freits asd Vegetables.
Fruits and vegetables are now being
rushed into the market at a very rapid
Texas promises to become Florida's
formidable competitor.
They are uow beginning to grow In
that state early peaches and early
vegetables of all descriptions, and will
begin shipping early in June tomatoes
in carload lots.
Texas has had # very fair season and
her Alberta peaches promise to rival
the famous Alberta peaches of Geor-
In the meanwhile, however, Florida
continues to get into the markets first,
and this year, as in former years, was
first in shipping tomatoes, strawber-
ries, peaches, cantaloupes, watermel-
ons, and a whole string of vegetables
in season, and the prices realized, es-
pecially for strawberries, celery and
tomatoes, were probably better than
in former years.

Hot Weathor Woaknoss.
If you feel fagged out, listless and
lacking in energy, you are perhaps
suffering from the debilitating effects
of summer weather. These symptoms
indicate that a tonic is needed that
will create a healthy appetite, make
digestion perfect, regulate the bowels
and impart natural activity to the liver.
This, Herhine will do; it is a
laxative and restorative. H. J. Free.
gard, Propr. Grand View Hotel, Chen-
ey, Kan., writes: "I have used Her-
bine for the last 12 years, and nothing
on earth can beat it. It was recom-
mended to me by Dr. Newton, Newton,
Kant." .h' at Anti-Monopoly Drug
More. m
Shoop Raising.
Those who make the gathering of
statistic-, a business report the falling
ofilof sheep raising in the eastern
states and its rapid increase in some
of thle western states.
Just why more sheep are not raised
in Florida is something we cannot un-
These remarks are especially appli-
cable to Marion county.
Every one who has ever gone into
the sheep business here on anything
like an extensive scale have coined
money. And the business is as pretty,
enticing and poetic now as in the
time of David.

The best Proseriptioe for Malaria
Chills and fever is a bottle of
Grove's Tasteless Chill Tonic. It is
simply iron and quinine in a tasteless
orm. No cure-no pay. Price 20e.

A Suggestlon That Should be Followed.
Florida supplies the market with
hides sufficient to furnish shoes for
her entire population. She manu-
facturers and ships away enough
tannic acid to tan every tone of the
bides. There is no good reason why
the combination tof the raw material
could not be effected here and a tan-
nery established, not to mention a
show factory.--8t. Augustine Record.

A SIgn of Purity.

Bavarian and Rheinheit bottled
beer is the finest productof the Mont-
gomery Brewery and is absolutely
pure. See that you get the genuine
Montgomery be-r. Every label has
the red pilot wheel on it. Ask for it
and guard your health against germs
of disease. For sala at all first class
saloons. 4-22
For sale by J. F. Edwards.


One Country Campbell Com-
plete Press, tapeless delivery,
table distribution, 33 x 4s bed
cost 81800.
One Geo. P. Gordon Jobber,
size 9 x 13, two sets roller stocks
four chases, throw-off and steam

One Gaily Universal Jobber,

size 13 1-2 x 21 1-2, two sets rol-
lers, fitted with fountain, steam

The Montezuma Hotel


J. P-. 4Ga~leWA3. Iansager and Sungros.-eetsr
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My ........... M :. S % ., ,. 0
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My 2.o Gin at ..... ........ .......... ..... ., My t. ,
M y 2.50 ...... a o' My 4 %r o* w il'aff k in. It
The Jug and Keg Trade Made a Special Festurr.
Insendingyourordersalwayssendenough toc'ivfrthe" .f 'usr HM" ii.n g*o l
-gallonjug. l5c;2-gallonjug.25c: 3-allo. 0 uKsg c ker.$ |1
I sell more whiskey and better whisey than any ho,,.-r n P , est goods and lall measure.
A trialorder wiltconvince you that*we ar' the peo te T.rnm.* ash witb t he ur4et.
Yours.anxiousto pese. F. EDW ARDS.




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ofs great speech at Gam'esville
Seomided Trobuste to his Character.

ida,_-e*mulnmrv rrwuch-1
,td a hiappsymiad 1ht-hp-
iul elitual in fcr
itialz itac Irt-.iu e av-is
Ut11lftilLIg tttt-rftue,-e-. 44
hteu. \\ i Ii mtaui t-la-
.- Pa' i. 'f Niv-hra-ks liH--;u11A
I .':..,r J#-itilaxr-' arrived 'cill tiit
ft-ta- lridli% e nif- tiiniz 41.1 11nil-
r i n q t.a. A it~aer tr li-v j!,,v
a:. %tult'---tMe in&augrationil of
Va .'-h.~.iia. At _". p. w. the
'' -?It.* 141'letl~ the great ccmi-
***.At le'i a -pevt'.'h from the

A! ar I p.'.ce tjCt Whlich ia large

Itnev -pjt- e11 4-f th,. wi eider('jl mantl
t-%.-' r t-.- (irziltt. tLi iv tkicit-e who
t -&:;- *,, i-a. ai 4 livart., to re-
I i.. -ret- tintthe- aqvker may.
I it tiitir t-tlect tillhu-
t 't ''-'ti di.e;: sd ever'-
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% 'timry mAV it' ilaujirt -

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C B A I the nne sometimes giv.n t.o what
ii, i ts *:nrallv known as the- IAD DIS-
m IV iU J EAS1:E. It is not c.nfin(:d to dens of
-- vice or the lower cla -.ts. Th,-e purest
I AkI P1 1iand best popl. 'a -ire somrtimsuti
iinll m llll llll infectCl with this awffl malady
iUVV mI VI Vll through handling, the clothing,
drinking from the .sa:ne ve:ssls,
using the same toilet articles or otherwise coming in contact with persons
who have contracted it.
It begins usually with a little blister or sore, then swelling in the
groins, a red eruption breaks out on Ten years ago I contracted a bad case
the body, sores and ulcers appear of Blood Poison. I was under treatment
in the mouth, the throat becomes of a physician until found that he could
ulcerated. the hair, eve brows and do me no good. Then began taking
lashes fall out; the bood becoming S. .S. I commenced to improve at coce
lashes fall out; the blood becotmin and in a very short time all evidence of
lmore contaminated, copper colorei the disease disappeared. I took six bot.
s lhth lies and pustular eruptions and ties and today am sound and well.
sreL appear upon different pa1rt- of R. X. Wall, Morristown. Tenn.
the lody, and the poison even dstroys the bones.
S. S. S. is a Specific for this l1,athsome disease, and cures it even in the
worst forms. It is a perfect antidote for the powerful virus that pollutes
Vs -. the blood and penetrates to all parts of the system.
Unless you get this poison out of your blood it will
ruin you. and btintg disgrace and disease upon
your children. for it can be transmitted from parent
to child. S. S. S. contains no mercury or potash,
but is guaranteed a strictly vegetable compound.

The Most He;


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\r. Li ymitPI .ie icet I t;l,. tiiha

iit' vtt-r trusagle r. tiser eeil h !av'e t
I 'l~altetIt thnt It-hfivly h ima itit :11 ,.ili%
had he .1'Aurtt-d 1 inu&-Ili-V j:trti-atit
'ii''i-ie!iThe kburden of h-; talk
i i.i~itu-Aii" irelticen uto the-!.a te a' Itio1 i i
dti y I., Ii'-t teit hi-m Fl it-- .uiljtt-d Iell
inl !a'iagungi.Ze- !- =uiple tht ,tti-A A1111
c*e llAd undit-i'-tatiei him. pv:a- Ic ef I vIM

tmtl\' 1 -f thle hapepin" ifIie etltt. ititi
liby he [ it- -11 t1,1141le .ailotAet-i A* fair
I2 I ll tilte t*' e W #1, aMilli 'A h'LM t-.Itht

maii ih z1,ip tr ttit o-wwry. io

I., nzhlt '%% r4es i i s t!- i i ~ j~

~~~i~-'-: firi iii tim t-- %%.,, k 1t

~i.-U try. I i h! t Ail el i.lthel o At-*:

the i'AA) C'j ci\ ll.' 91 A',anz~jiikiiJtV' H

s-ird;Oi mrialitit.-i. that warp in -ii twi
li ve f, er the (Iolhur. and bV j' -,toet! l t,
-'-I i-h man, ill.Wh) ltvte-i I:' wlt'mt.
tC.U':,4 take from others.
T .ia-!..A whole it wa- ai

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Seven Years in Bed.

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Marion County First.
The first car of eantaloupes of the
se'a-iI paIamsed through Jacksonville
Saturday, having been shippedl by,
Ea-terlintg Bisether, Oc)als, consigned to Lyo.n Bri.the-r-,,
New York. The c-ar leore a large .igni
"First car of Florida cantaloupws,
from Easterlinig Bros., to Lyon Bro .,
New ork."
'The ar was i-ed at ttie Florida Ice
Manufacturing companyy This ear
went north by the new route just
oipeihed, by way of the Jesup short
cutt. The Florida lee Manufacturing
('olipally has paid Special attention
to the arrangements for icing these
ear., and with their large (capacity,
can handle en Utliiitedl uumuier a
day. The schedule, via the Plant
System, Jackmonville and Jemup ?-hort
c-ut, is several hours e4uieker thanI the
route formerly used,-Timies-l'nioni
and citizenn .

Stops the Cough and Works Off the

Declinesa aI I.'f

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AI IIt% %&-a 1~ l~ aist, ,,kll t11+4( look till
i t li l ; I it.tu(1- to i ill i k t e 110itIi'efe

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l I hei Ic I ( I I sIi l ,l t C!to l.i t w IA t't A tt

psrovoaimitstrimi ee tlilltiletlZttll t

&Z~ei :tt~ tcualtiratte I l'e 41itt01111111 Is

grtit:%i wt i lwr : o c -t ti ~~ttIt11%a Oit- t'-oitl

e lrt lot 111111 i* t'.etilti.- o it1 '

Foiare coii 1' is bettei.iitOo

I.v flt til- liort- iv %t ill l ein ,~ ''p ,i t a ot-1

atli-I li~t .411 the :r41i141 .c etti l itr-i

the i ve it- a i -o-aeis 1;clil ll~m i t M r iQll'
will teIe!.a1,) I AII d. %rN'Pit ll IanI h It ItnlI Ir

tettlV are cmhaliet lvh d.

whait lt is ior..Ito iclut, pytret, lot.t Her-
who: h*' to tthe ritit' ite the ei re i m2(%

s.tis ienf byli aniiui t o-=f Sb all duut uttiot l

will-eai t hut oassidttan ol 4ttt/ ot.
Flmde o rda'ts %,kndlrfultFoevs tst o

4A 1111 i-t V RU 10 -rut I Ve-l-kld. Ilit -4 11t

liteetiltgh -llhiwith Imin ytearet ,h e'all t t-I
olt it lt tplwal to)C tl Ftitlsa tm oVore--

fn~ jttheir ue. axim svrr vI I. k. iti

wt-iizhlct le rit-lt(11lijt- f q r % IIe IIt.t
a I e. i # v I In 'Y ktUr e -t. IrallthIe- t I Ii I
ft I t,: It r.' in the ( nirte It ills1-ro:d i

Floridu.a'si Wond lerfuelit.Foreststt
Ir %I I t in anygothI r -&tt*H 4 1!1. 4 ), a Il'I

-loit''11i141fetutigi the-1 grea t:&t variety
4 oila .tldifig nt- (oy all Fthe, .r-e1, 1 a three

the hty--e\tenfgar elt, of all.thetre~es
foiutmnd itwo tiele U thd-Sat rnea rly il
Foist" and fifthtyewpaidcent. moret -haie
utare outall finch thelr best ite. 11,el she-
F~lojritim n i n ,fo tio ile region.aiet

in heroi swam. ryaldlfthe Ltrmer, oatid
gredaWt cre ghouli whlee taken tAuiali-

lit to tho hgecloadvant age"nad rly teie

t I vk -tlieaxa litileerow.%Qui 11i--ie11'rat.
netearyall drugghtitsrbesudthsie monedv
it' itfaientoil eu?,re. ion.W.rv'di-

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Nature alone won't do it It ne*ds
help. Doctors say

"Scott's Emulsion
Is the best help." But you must
continue Its use even m;1 hot
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Agricultural College Education in it$
Relation to Horticulture.
I~,~u~n T ia;~it.,t aiwv- a ve-ry
*c'uie~t.- ddI,'- -' at !11!. fltt-t-tjttz set
tilt- ll-'rtie'tiiarai ewe't-IiiCat Tampha
tel fleit It1poeve it-rte i 1-'cj je.-t.
lc o~li'CC'i2 w)- a *tXtVri t frmi

ig 1 0Iaecet' gfi 'tjA tet'ac. ~ le(~~
al IIou r -'ai.ii--'IlI:uI e i.. j:f' t
tilt, V-1i1th t -I).'o'gj 'il.- thc' Laibort of
ha.itid aiei!Air:tiua -en] tHit- 't'-.eilt ist, .-
hiav.elo e Ii t I) V tIPhun11,-11, 'Vurl ; fis-eiat
Iliaateli'ual et-c'*'ety:wici1 -a I wfirlehever
-:t'..' lintit io-',;I is-i.,-rat iii-tiP U 4eeo-sils

He tlaeihfilItj'iiitt. r-ite
k r1i l f t It ~ 'I '~'I C- : s '-i' cII
thIIi r( I., a- a I- It. I. C- 1i1i a 't 17. 1r

411Y :1fr'.

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Actual Potash.

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Sewalsa oe d SS s fSbpo
ft" LA11110e1 S"S" mo
Pswes view"d.

a, a -moot* sidstel urliiar-lt pap
a .141m %If I% t 4011.1. busy
I -* -'Ih,..' 'i If- appit yerar
isl o io- a n lb-A t h or r t 't u r u u i

i-..too%. tout liiii, )ear'

44 1 f 10*,15 1
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-at 4 po- of t ut ish ti lt- r

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a ~ ~ fl e '1111

t~~t fI is- 4.. f- mi s- ..u.I
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-- ''e. ii. l e- tatou -' la uml-t

so a tit -.too teel N I.' thasi'

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a ~ e. ~a.'I a l oat,.'s

It" -,.. 'ak ~ 'I

I '- gat tatm oell r iftlucahe
ta i -et am ffo IIha1111 "

.-L- rti-' toon..s anm'udat 14 blip

*Prer-)" hand aud told 41tihoue prle.Wut
Shere 11*'yw~ere "At" fu(ij lie various%
4141441 it M-4 (Of Ithe (Iay.
Iftht~ere. i4 a"Y Out' thing Iuiort-thau
alubther tlhat the l~je o...(f Irvitie
kuusw hoiw 14P do, it is lirkiliaritig cdIj
14sftpr a joi'u~il', a41t'ile Itime 11 'cani-

`lda(lAtall lte..tifY tht the ayticvt'r i"t
eP'-tb4 4oKlautore put~oji~fijifeas-t tbau
IIII&t lut ibvif., tilt-meIII t tilt! uijlehinag

1-10- 4-41 01 tif iik .r'%et. oail ~ct

tilt- thirs.ty certo-wol, 'fii' a latn I (Mfi''e

'Il t, As %: illvspy

-4-1 r... (i ii.' l' arst.., ia~ll oit. la iewh

l mto- a; iiw

"I'll*- 3Gaiterv1ile.ev
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I : ti t%*l., ".I-ie %%.' i t'- Ii ~ s i v 'rp

i ll -, 1, ti t.If*
xIr.1"rait k lo -. flt-'are-t, ~a
I, II s h I ilk aI t ~it aa' aid uItly

N-411% i l' J t, *111 I tI~i"L W -lt II?( la'r I

~.e- ilr. ~t,,.n~, IL MBrlta,,,fo

Mr.~j FI eel ', 'iier ie has a ji as er

:4114 ':goletIL 11.41,10Y day w'l iti 'atiletold

1 '1,i hut Iitiii ahI r. o ss sti leat.,

Au des' ath. -tity 1un'itefowrtziig

ifia ;rt, i't'.t alisIv ht \1olis'tlay thiin

11sl t _114611, ~t. I.:tt Iti"js x jqi liar-t r

pt-wr jv! u-!I i( 1141 -4)vI t ie' tl" ci'oa igh

-fll v 4tr t~s~t"''-1-4- etU k! i ti-tittework.

at t j4ljie'uj'ag and t'F'bwvil :ue u'aaoyin

,,,ehsrt~ 'Vt gs' rt Siii? adRev. t

to%- I.. lg .
rtreis a lot culiar imistorieftl initerestt
attakt'liet to thais resort. It was a polle-
tilar ae~~i~i retreat foir loe4ple of
rmi,31aIA alla't-lisAure.'Thie waterm 4pos-
ui'~~thme utriotigct nit edical roperties,
Wgeil iamy Ihav'e been) relieved1(of' ifll'sof

l'T' Mrgg1i phatters oheerate an ex-
t.'u--l ye inert-antiht', nav'~I storeviiand
,geilliiig s ijitshere.

A Splendid Remedy.

1e14.sizoo and st'atie 1::ijtot yield to (the
1wlvinmt' aiig I unt1 ete of Bmllard'i.
S1141%.Lnaiuu'itt. It poenetrates to the
nerli"t-Aaii tolone', aud being absorbed
umul'' t'he Ioodt, its healing prollertit's
n r- 'ie ec '3't'(I to ercry tart of the lbodty
Will t't-j"L(t %Al tll1C W0onerful, curez. M r.
1). F. N~tti~too, Agenit Illinois 4 'ev 1 nal
1loilwna3'.Milanm, Tenna., state's: -I
hav'e 11-W41 lt1aahad's Sniow Lilliticest
6or Imeuniitti-ill, honckan't, et"., in
oily atasih'. It is a sjoedetlid renit-ely.
NNc ttIOUltl ilOt 414) Withinout tit.''" c
:01..' still '1 .tisiat Aumli-N~tiit'lbsly Druig

W~e know the readers (of thie ()eala



"Good Times Coming"


"Come"-Good Rains, Good Crops,
Picnics and Good Cheer.
'lThe health ift Miart, i maid .urroutid-
llz p'u't44mt lry wal Ilt-'Vt I ie r.
('o(lu im tleinilg -i4i by 14e1 is e-xi.ia
Hifr ti arvling aim. i-' alut tmipl|ele(,
anhd ithi' ,iropi is tl lit -t i.if-t d in
1M r.I. L. 1 .S. < ",rry. f .J.iu-L ,.:,vilih .
is vi-iting her --i-tr, Ir-. HI. W. ,oi.::.
Nr 1). 1M. Nitla- hal ins\o.d ',!el]
Bird atil etigaued it' -iuoi'i- a:it that

Mr. Arthur \\'itow:tar.l li i'moved
ion IMr. D). M Hr.4,, *' ph la- :,iiil l:.s
t-.keti t'harg,- of Li-i f', ihl.

b4.Ifer-4 I lee is f1 itifistld week, .
mrli <.-i|,'- ;ar. eldoin.1 w' ell.
"Ir-,. II. W l, It li*10,h ,li v \.-1; i 'r 1:1 i in
fre'li -I :I ,t < ', i ,<- ;&t i:l i ., i ,.*
lt frl0. of til i<,'! t i tl ti ii a li I
' illltit v ill .'t l r .-j l .t I li- -,si; li i .-i
,Ul;r tiilp f 'lli i, .' !.hii-ui'
i- thelpi oio id(l Ar:-li fl'ti,,r < li ,' 1 I. :til-
rtful y tlli; \',-: girls.
T' 1a' !,,p i, ,ti" M ar" t-1 .anldl I tilill
ilhit I u ill ttluil w it l i lll .. i th "
pi.'-li ;:it I '.rtl'It '- I' tdl on Jui".' i ., ei
a--i-,t in wqt-l'u.,nting tle i'iedtliiatvt.
aUuI li-t,-lkingl t(o M,'il.- of u isi iaa froui
tli- political speakt';kr-.
1Tih. people f Fl', I'i!0. i-
t'1 Statilrd, bI<'llvoy ;i'ifl Su:';"Iri(1-
insg; country a r. ,-orli ily invit,.l to
atteimd1 the Misotiit pi' lii-' ait S .
Johlin's ,chur.'li June "'thi. witlil well
Piliedt Ia-kets. lli-.tiiguiishldi, Muasoi *
speakers. will deliver iputiliec atlire.s-t-s.
anii a good time is anliciptte I.
Mart-tl, Fla.. .ty "'9. --


The Elaborate Marriage of Miss Swain
and Dr. Halton.
.\ t't liilg I ,cautiful in all it- a; -
oititira ts is l that of 1N i,- l'. FloreIt'nc' S~waini, tlaughet,'ltr o'f r. ail,. I'. HIlfit-aoii Swal i, :m i l lIr.
.Joilht IIltoii, : w-ell known phiy-siciani
ait '-uri oin ofI tii?- -ity, whlicit was
**.lelhrattttl this eveniing. at 0; o'clock ill
Aiith:>IVy 1'lat e, tOwi It -iielnee of the
Ic ite t''- i irls t Ia v. Fr'-,ii .k ''tiorln-
lurif,, f I lia. r-v t ,ow l. o,0,4i ,, (tile
blrile. rfle t t eli ilrl'itifid t'eil'tr ii llJy,
u-ling thel' l ,-'.p!, p tl i: i ri:r rservi-e.
'i'le- n:1 ri ,*' Iitc tl frat''-o i \,H li 'lh tlhe
('4 <-' l Itt IVy W't% |t r.ll> oti(<-<-l I- a, Volul1 e 4
lialista li'li y holi l in axiitt aild i4 : fr-',t ,,v. ID-. \\. K lherry,
rf il of Ithe.I (;, ;,, l'p i-'Q ti -l li l .
NM l'.,tl S a4.<,iill, l:t.i lit.rc of the liride.
ai l li. t e rooi '.-i l. ilir, .rt. Jo. seplh
Hllton, l-h.redl thi- ridal party d-own
(lie st:.iir- ;til ill', tl,. liiortlh pari r.
l ev. NI. ilirii i i11-1, aaCOlm paaied hy
\ir. "i,- 'I'*'.Atiia of Dartford ('ity, a
lrotlli.r o, ift, l'ide served a-'s te-st
lal.t1. 'til pt:'c reed-,ld tli' little lowerr
gill. I:dtitl HIaltoin, wiho was gown 'ed
it :.-oerd li'ti platitt, osnr;:;telie with valI
I 'et iii-till i.'s; anil tht' litaid of lhonll-
or, Mi--N MaIl'el liathetl of .Mlarion,
wore a iltitifil ereatiill of tucktd
yellow -ilk itln.t-u' Iil oven t:atl'eta
silk, tiut low i thle nect'ok ;and witli
etllow -l.eeves. i- >Sw:iill centered
iitli thier fittlier, ley tliai se lie Wlt .s
give.i in i ir riaie,. Sit Hlire fin ele-

ganlt tyAi.i of white silk nioir'e ti--ie
over' witet' t:tl'eta -ilk, iut low in the

neck a,1l wit -hlor't .leeves. The
bridal vt ii of whit e tull, was worn ,by
the bride'-- :unt, iMrs. Frank It hin-
soll, :at lthe til of her Imaitariage,
Ill re i:thint lwit-t- live year iag;io. The
veil wa- lfa-te'lted with l a pearll I.roh,
tlhe gift of the briide's mother. She
wio' la ti>s w'liit,' l>ve- tali I 'anlied i a
hi et slhoe e-r iOulul 't of valley lilii--
titd4 wi i lto;,ail ilit' sting stlieamers.
M i.- Mat li '. i iit idit a all rim lli ill(il't oif
tiiuii ,.liea.til ro.e-tI ied with I oi ll. a- tiii
stlit :ti;,ls.. 'ii l.lidt .'s im ithtr Wot
ait gio" %n whitt- emtTonll ered ,ii tl i:il.
Th'lie ltho i. s wa, lIavidhly triiitiitd
tlrloin- lhoutc. T'l, w i mte, \iie t aiiv l lit it I Ii vt !(lor
s.htnr. In tliht' 't*ret n-ti"y ri' .itn wele
ia flik"of wi"t e .-rtiilm amnd i atelt
lilie-. .M ignoiia-, -nt from i-'loridi,
wetre- u-ted1 iin the liirary, antli yt-ll.,> v
lg- Aiere u- di41 te ttim the souti jpar-
tlor. T'lie mail i:'.tIle- from w 'hich the
*. i - ... ......... A. .... -

loeu-li a rt'-alsportieaminwntt of the mtale
forth an(lt' F]eusi-titat ion )ftiC''miiaties ill
thet l'Atrid.l h-.gislat ht-c. 'T'I'-le-lishtI-
turt, of 11,97, vhiehi'ni iioaeb Ihave en-
foreed the tlema,uaaai f thau' 't)Istitltitit)I
in thmi', part ivu-u r, fhi 'etiiN) (it) 54o, aMil
nowIOWtm'l~i- o-'i 'eda .New-'i lairni4that
a re.:ulbhiErtimu i it'imtt hou]h Ihe aitade at
ttat' iii'xt lii t- cet' th,' legislature,

t Ivt k:,et 'l I )u 'a!, 'Eatwalbi a,

M0n.I :"ljoksaii, Mdiso

S'ointie-s 'on .it led to twoi repre enta-
ties: (',lin .i:i, .letller'oi-,, Hamilton,

Ie-oni, nMourne, Polk and Suwalnne.
('ountites en itl'ed to tonel relpre-ents-
tive.s; laker, Br-:tford, Brevard, ('al-
houi, 'itrus, 'Ciay, IDade. DeSoto,
Franklin, Hernando, Holnie-I, aFay-
ett, Lake, [Lee, Ievy, Liberty, Maua-



D~o u.tii-t' d''' vt I Whe'-'ilo ad.
N'e'ei C .N:t-,'Ijii.'for

piano, played the wedding march and
&l8o playeti during the ceremony. At

the bridal table was the bride and
groomi, Mitos M.ithler, Mr. Fred Swain,
I le V. M!a. 4 a10 M r-AI 1h;rae iirg land

A lewmv th(le- inivitedt IZII-it w.i't-' Mr.
awl Mris Heeary HIaitton, .ir':ar -u4 of
tile gut.ianl: M i. i i'loailcy, ti' Ini-
thull 4.)a iL-; N ~ jes.i-Mel 'arty, of
IL~it.wu :d (city; NMri. aailnd is. tit'nry
C .i lol'eSi r IFraaek Aaetbsy, sof

14,1141 .Mrs -tj e Evu'eilI,on of A lt9!
Ill. ; M'. alld -Mras. satlueel Alithololy,
(it' I Ut- r Key, Fla. ; Mr. antd Mrs~. W.
F'. m* aa b'',o'Nit. *-.,Itllljit ; Mr'. andct
N Ia"-.4~. v, 40, *it 11 axottha, Ind) ; Dri.

I). )!It .ai'ttie' o Iinoiiainati Mr'.
IS .. ''S 'i.I 1artt'to'd ( 'it v
',aiii i. Nm > &.z i ., %)f''Kokoamo.
T-1ridt11ci oulic U ~ill le'ave'this
411111-1 1,101, t t~ p .''-t k's jo urniey
I hi 1-,1:1. II V. i:.I I.- 0al,t"'S 9gt-ua-a-

The Boer War Ended.
111lt4111--J .1 ara' that hus hbeenI
\Va't 'It 1 ,r the' thIree e ~uar-. t-twu'tII

O'id-1t ul :kwel thcoi at"Im ae-. m-Iliuu'lnmore

( ~rbjj'o'te f)ui'.'t ''-'qj thal-t't wasM

sio a' a-tmltud1..'a hy("re'a~t hitai ii is The

will .-ai:&0dt' theai 1i to ru'hiitl their
rt,i::' iili'iiwt-,anuth'to imuch ttiwantl
re-i, i awir 'ive.'ned1et farms.
Tji', 11111 i'!- t, lot- eIi' *iI'teill Such easy
te'rom'- th1.1"i's ret ijljlit'li- t'allreadlily

M 1arg" pIi'toportihi ofi' the-se
hP:tt r4)it .' jipeolpe.- vomlIid ave tecund thle
pril'ai.! & or elfP- u'lo.iportbf~i'very hardly.
IIl('tblelaitIti~lg iijitlaathe iwar thuut4

it bma-A 1''eetetho- iiwsz rem'narkabile ini
histilr.t' Thlkat (lie pried ictiona of Pre'~i-
tdviimt Kruger that I :'eat Blritain could
su.illS.j1to.Ieftie lt(wer'5 only'at a *'tst 'if
11ml awl :orh ta-:'.re 'that vwouldtI stomt-
i-ha Ii iawhci ty', was verifietd, even mIore-
1*ii' pa\la ;'-, il ba h.' hailiaaaei C c-X
hieta'td. 'Theu' tlit'tt i'XIentIlitIurt? of
liniAVYI#%'3 I3 .ii t .ritain il ac'coutioft f
thii, -m411 hid will exi-'uetI amhbillioan

*a:ce1 Iifit'-'call
.:1111V (if our

14 tE BEST.
t. aetzth osr

MI' I 'i'IGO.



U ND~aFK< AND BIVV xl 11itIsj Ca
'1( c-, v I t l e .id I d ll I ie lc t, I''fI II .!i :4\

A~lit~l'. 1). 1,K et~' o..11- 1 %%t.!P'. P a

iIii.-' t~cnc C a,1taui :i;tti~1I I -
'Ie\'et! t t hei I 111a1e 1 Wil 'I 1,:!
,I the (un athe a't-ot a i n t ee all !'I..
f-aend tthe 'oIKatlei'tor etht It

heillolattvr ut ntha (Iand .. *t5. I- I I
':t ck- '-lltc the a tt* wil -1
R1ec'itoI. th11.?/I 1.L'' I
ti-t t t'-oufi ti Ca tt!ii 4wt I:. .I e

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S (;r t <- Itl il. pitilrt )h -' I iof pI I t ,''
Nt. ,t l. tit tiil t -th d.iv a. t A'I.Iue-: 4 I'
I ,,I. e all tl -:I l Ct 'Ttlllt'I l Ie t! 'a e r t! i, I -
hi.1 in:dl t. ait Ilp lic .tloli f i t' l\ i! 'l, t, i--i, I -
th* following tlcecr!b'dl pt! i' try -i;, I -ti
'M .i oiD i oi ti'- vIolri>!i. t, tM I...t -'* t
T "Idd plal s'e I f. 1 t I1. tp r t I'll
1.'itl t, -"-r,lt at the dAtl.t ( .I t:; : i '
-Iucl cet'rti!i.ate in tht-e Ilu init 1- T. 1:
I' -"" -.idl c' rltficiatc'l si.ill1 lo c ''! I11 ,t ,
t !.iw,. tax et4d1 l w ill lei t I--'iir.'l ihi'- I I 'i
.t .l di(ay t Jt utl v. -A ). I '.
.-%1 41.1Y )of Jullv A I. 1
cl-Frk Ci-irt it Co util !M.Iarn i. u 'I,


,liAi'.ARaTMI I TI'IlE IN I i1:1l I
L.ilaid O thti.' it it ;iil -\ '* I

O Ti'I'. I' clHERI-.l tY .IIV -. I l \i I I it
N lflllin nall lllt, t -I t! '1 "' I? l ,-
hit, mtil-lttiil to mliakt hill:il ll .p I! icn -ii',. 't
hi, claiiii alid that -a.;t !l i In. !, '
tor, t-ia rk Ciii t (Court ,it i t ,i.i i I I, .
i .,'.A vii Th',olla-'s HI i~e. aI ci :r, k
I:i., Hi. ft,'' "r thel c I ,
l1i ncil <- the- t*llowtui t \ c:tie- -II I ; .' !. -
-i, lltm u0111. r-.l lnclt' iIt n i' 1 t1 v 1,'1, '
-:a il 1 1a 1., t1 I/ J.oi Tl I 'V i k11 l v et I Ki ''I .. L
F :l Rfble-rt Th' .li o 1 t K iie 'i, k I .t >
al.ili V}:. Nix. ol K'nlcillitk l -.t i *' i
Kunlidick. Fla. W i. I- ilI\-N


D1)El'.ARTMFNT Ft 1i)ll: INTI-I, 'k. ,
I.;lld il Ot .e at Ga:in .'. ilt IF :
J iltll .. I
N(I'ICI: Is HEREI'V <;.m.JN "1TiI a i-
(, !ll.w ing namtd ** ttlt-ir t .t hi', '.1 .
h!i ilttlti ntl tit tuakt- tci .il ir l icl 1 -" *' ,
hi, c'laiin. and th t i :i- I ti 1 .. t l:l ,, "ii .
t tr CIlc k Cir-c illt i Co itl t at Ih .,' t .i .,i t 1'
i' viz: V i: n i iurnne ! .,,, f, ,r tht 1 tit,. w ', i t; : *
fit.'es th, !ol;)winig itne" ....
li-, Coltllcliou- rt-idtI ncce l ip iin .til- 1 tIii' '' ,i
of -a.n l !:inl vi / Altir-d Thlorlntoti -, f t k t ,
I1-Il I'Priice Miur'', f litr:. I :1 "Alfrtd l nilth i
Fla i,' (; H I' *tNl" ia -


'OITIC. I. IIFRIRBIV (.IV'iN i!\l 1 .1 I.
o on the 4 th l aly oft 'ttrnh-t'i i..' -
to tl t. Jul'tsg at tht+ C'o final et ttllm nii t o( m y it<''*i tl-. T ti ''
.1 dli-cl:harge a' A ltinini-trat,,.'t I, *.-t it,
J.ohli W Raitila;ll dtcet- rd I ll: .. I ,
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