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I Several of our contemporaries no notably notab notably ¬
tably tab the Tampa Tribune and the thePensacola thePensacola thePensacola
Pensacola Journal are looking over overtholr overfilos overtheir
their files and are reproducing what whatwas whatwas whatwas
was being done in their respective respectivecommunities respectiveI respectivecommunities respective1oommunities
1oommunities I communities in the years ears that are aregone aregone aregone
gone goneFollowing goneFollowing goneFollowing
Following their example it will be besoon besoon beseen
soon that our people here in Marion Marionwore Marlonora Marionwore
wore ora busy bus then as they the are now in indovoloping indooloplng indovoloping
dovoloping our resources resources and bring bringing bringour bringing ¬
ing our state sta e to the attention of oth 0thors others othOrB ¬
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We quote from our files of March
11 1S75 under the heading What is isBainR i iDcalng isBeing
Being Done in Marion MarionThe 1lnrIonThe MarionThe
The orange fever still rages with withunabated withunlLbtLted withunabated
unabated fury fur in our midst midstColonel midstI midstColonel
Colonel Gary has recently set out outseveral outMeral outseveral
I several hundred trees on his home homeplace hometlace homeplace
place and is continuing his operations operationson
on the Oklawaha river riverCol riverCol riverCol
Col Rogers is extending his grove groveoa
oa the Silver Springs run and many manyof
of his trees will bear next year yearCaptain yearCaptain ear earCaptain
Captain Howse is actively at work workat
at Silver Springs and is changing the theaapect theaspect
aspect 81 ct of things at that place He Heh HeIwu Hehate
h hate cut down several acres of forest forestgrowth forestKrlJwth forestgrowth
growth and has the land set out in or orange ora orange
ange a trees and bananas and in the theceater theORter thecenter
center of which he > has erected a com comfortable comfortable comfortable ¬
fortable cottage In a few years this thiswill thiswill thiswill
will be one of the most lovely and andattractive andattractive andattractive
attractive places in the state and at atao atItO atao
ao point would a large hotel pay bet better betr bettor ¬
ter r Other places are being set out outIH outIM
IH 14 orange trees near the head of the thespring theprh thespring
spring springMr prh prhMr
Mr A L L Eichelberger with unparaIivlal unpar unparaltoled unparAUol6d
altoled energy en erg has his forty acres acresgrowing acresprowlng acresgrowing
growing magnificently at his home homeplace hometHaee homeplace
place in Ocala and is now pushing his hisoperations hiserKUons hisperations
operations erKUons on the Withlacoochee river riverOB riveroa
OB the > margin of this bold and pic pictttrasque pictvrMque pictwresque
tttrasque stream are many natural naturalgrove naturalgreves i iro4i
grove ro4i and Mr ir Eichelberger and oth others oth8N others ¬
ers are having the forest timber cut cutaway cutI cutaway
away I a and the sour stumps converted convert convertMIRto ¬
ed MIRto iato sweet trees treesMr treesfr treesMr
Mr fr John F Dunn our popular col collector col6ctor collector ¬
lector of revenue is not behind any anyof anyet anyof
of our goahead citizens and is makleg mak makl makprepartlons
l leg g preparations for the rainy day daywhea da daWIMoR daywhea
whea lie shall have ceased his labors laborsas
as a I public officer and withdrawn him himW himMIU
MIU W f from rom the noisy hubbub of official officialHfe officialatre officialMfe
Hfe He has purchased a beautiful beautifultract beautifultract beautifultract
tract of land on Orange lake and is ishaving isN11t isMavMg
having N11t the same handsomely improved improv imprON ¬
ed In less than three months he has hashad hasN4i hashaei
had thirty tblrt acres of heavy forest tim timk timectll timliw
liw k < r c cut t down and cleared away and andalready andalNd andalready
already alNd has the greater part of it ittransplanted ittnutplanted ittrsMaplanted
transplanted with sweetbudded or orage ora oraatge
age a e trees tr set out in regular rows rowstwentyfive rowstwentthe rowstwentyfive
twentyfive feet apart and some of ofthe oftlte ofthe
the trees set out less than six weeks weeksago weeksap weeksago
ago are now in bloom and will bear bearfruit bearndt bearfrwt
fruit this fall This is remarkable remarkablethough remarkablelkough remarkabletkwmgh
though nevertheless true and if any anysection an anS anyaectIon
section S of the state can beat it we wewould weMIMI wewW
would MIMI like to see the proof pro f of it in inI inItriRl inprlat
I ItriRl ItriRlDr rial rialDr
Dr ZeButt is having his grounds in intown intown intown
town improved and his trees have havealready haveKJrtad havealready
already KJrtad put on a fresher color and andare andKre andare
are heavily lIeal1 laden with young fruit fruitlatermixed fruitIR18rmixed fruitIaterntixed
latermixed with his oranges bananas bananasaad bananasaM bananasaad
aad flowers are some choice specie specimens specieIIt6DS spedtneMa ¬
mens of Japan plums now fully full ripe ripewhich ripewltlC1t ripewhich
which look amazingly tempting at atthte attiN attkls
tiN season 8 aOR of the year lar We are sor sorry sorr sorry ¬
ry r BO little attention is paid to the therapagation theJtMtfMlbation theprepagation
rapagation of this most delicious deliciousfnrit delicioust deliciousfruit
fruit t It is a beautiful tree is easily easilyoared easn easno easilyoared
oared o rttI for and propagated is a heavy heavyWearer heavybearer
Wearer 181 and comes into market just at ata
a I soawon when all other fruits have havedteawaared havetIt havedetpnearod
dteawaared tIt llrod Besides this it can only onlyW onl onllte
W lte grown f rown in a climate like ours We Wewademtand Wewaelertand VerwtDd
wademtand rwtDd that Mr lr E T Williams Williamsknled Williamsiwteads VllliamsemabJlshlng
knled establishing a nursery nurser for the thepropagation theprpagatioa I
propagation Uon of o this fruit and will sell selltke selltIMtM selltie
tie tIMtM M at exceedingly low prices mere merely mereto ¬
ly y to have them UI m more generally introiecwi intro introoced intrlato
oced into the tit county On one of the theodors theor thedoeIoc
odors or s orange orKn trees can now be seen seenrts seenfMlII seenripe
rts ripe > e fruit half ripe fuit young fruit fruitfull fruitt fruitfell
full t and unblown blossom His Hisgrowls HisArc Hisvsads
growls are quite an ornament to our ourvillage ourti our1Ihi
village ti 1Ihi to and we e are glad he has caught caughtIbe
lie U prevsillng epidemic and i is en enthusiastically enUlaattcally envtMesiastkallr ¬
thusiastically engaged in the improve improveM improvemeet
meet M at t oi o his place jlaceMr placeMr 11acelr
Mr lr James H Badger of Oldtown Oldtownhaving Old Oldtownhaving town
having 1 realized 70 0 from a single tree treehut treeIuI treeIaRt
hut season is i now going into the thebsjsiafns thek1ltRf thehlnea
bsjsiafns in earnest eAn1 st The few trees on onbis once onhis
his peace ce look as fresh vigorous and andbeolthy andItMkllr andhesJtky
beolthy as any an trees in the state and anderer ander andno
no erer + er fall to yield iold heavy hea crops He Heba Hetrf HeMaa
Maa ba owe ee tree trf that bears the largest largestUrult largestfruit
fruit Int that U we have ka ever seen The Thecron Thea I
cron a + op from r the t entire tree will weigh weighOH
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All boP ib farmers rar n in the Oldtown Oldtownare Old OldtownKWinr town townnoot
KWinr noot rood are planting more or ortree ortlfH orks
ks tree tlfH The same may be said of ofib o ofthe I
the ib farmers about Cotton Plant In Infart Infeet
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fart po l lerr groves are being started in ev evr e i in
err r n > section of the county countyOV countyilvfr
ilvfr OV Of T r the Oklawaha river ri er the farm farmr farmpTn
I pTn r bare ba entirely abandoned cotton cottonmm cottonuti cottonaed
mm uti gone to planting oranges instead insteadEvery insteadI
I Every F 1wer farm rm in the Fort McCoy 1 cCOy set setMlemeai setIPftNIIl setilrmeut
Mlemeai I Is I an orange orAn grove grovei roye royeI 1 1All
i I All be lands around Lake Weir Weirha I II
i I ha ttv rwrntly tw eentir ntly been n entered entt > red and its itsjonw I Ii Iloan
loan i oufet and deserted dest rted shores are arecow areablazEo arecow
cow abtaxe with wit h the orange excite exciteent
ent t
CotonH Samuel H Owens and his hisbrotw histit
jbrotber II tit brotw + other llev It James B Owens in the thenorther the1IOtI1Mora theewhere
norther part of the county are in investing inftIt inrettnR
vesting ftIt lance 111 sums in the cultivation cultivationof
of n this tla fruit fruitThousands fruitTbouNUld fruitYbonaanda
I Thousands of dollars have recently
be invested la td on Orange lake and andihst andiha andthat
that section already presents the fint fin finorange finor1l
< orange or1l outlook in the south southJudge southJ southJsdP
Judge J George W v Means was the theHr theInt thearet
Hr Int i to engage l e in this business and andb andbe
b be > has now to the largest bearing grove groveta
ta Florida FloridaTo I
To mention 1Ion all who are engaged in inorange I Iora
orange ora growing or the nu number tuber of oftrees oftrMS oftreee
trees already Jrt1ld planted would take up upan upaa upas
an entire tlrf edition of the Banner but butwe butr
we w p are r glad lad to know our own people peopleare
I are fully ta1l alive alh to this important busi business busind business ¬
ness and nd are going quietly to work workto
to reap r AI the benefits of the natural ad advantages adnt advantages ¬
vantages nt es which surround them But
few r w northern capitalists have invest invested ¬
ed In our soil and the th work that is
being silently silnl1 carried on In Marion Marioncounty MarionCOunt Marioncounty
county we rejoice to say sa is all owing
to southern thrift and southern south rn ener energy enerJ energy ¬
gy J We c have grown tired of the ster stereotyped sterootped sterootyped ¬
eotyped phrase that uaU all Florida Floridaneeds Floridant Floridaneeds
needs nt > ods to develop her resources and andmake andmake andmake
make it the first state in the Union UnionIE
IE northern capital and enterprise enterpriseThe
The citizens of Marion arion are demon demons demonl ¬
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strating to the < world that the south southern southern southern ¬
ern people peoplenotwithstanding notwithstanding all that thatis
is said against them by the northern northernnewspaper nortlwrnnewspaper northernnewspaper
newspaper correspondents and as aspoor aspOQr aspow
poor as they have been reduced by the thewar thewarstill thewarstill
warstill war still have as much spirit and andenergy andnergy andenergy
energy as any people on earth The Thefuture Thefuture Thefuture
future looks good to us usA usA usA
A WORTHY TRIBUTE TO A WOR WORTHY WOReTHY WORTHY ¬
THY MAN MANMr MANMr MANMr
Mr Waldo Martin of Martin was wasin wasin wasin
in Ocala yesterday looking the very verypicture ver verpIcture verypicture
picture of health He is making a agreat agreat agreat
great success of farming and a gen gentleman gentleman gentleman ¬
tleman who was visiting him a short shorttime shorttIme shorttime
time ago says he is taking life easier easierand easierand easierand
and extracting more comfort from it itthan ittOOn itthan
than most anyone he knows He has hasfine hasfine hasfine
fine horses fine cows fine sheep fine finelands finelands finelands
lands and foodstuffs in abundance abundanceEverything abundanceEverything abundanceEverything
Everything good that grows in the thegarden thegarden thegarden
garden and in the field finds its way wayto warto wayto
to his table besides the products productsfrom productsfrom productsfrom
from a well arranged dairy You Youcannot Youcannot Youcannot
cannot visit Waldo Martins farmt farm he hesays hesays hesays
says and say sa that life is not worth worthliving worthliving worthliving
living Back to the farm will be bethe bethe bethe
the cry some of these days and when whenthat whenthat whenthat
that day comes we will lead happier happierlives happierlvesOcala happierlivesOcala
lives lvesOcala Ocala Banner BannerWe BannerVe BannerWe
We rejoice to know of our friend friendWaldos friendWaldos friendWaldos
Waldos success tor or he deserves itHe it itHe itHe
He has proven by b his success what whatcan whatcan whatcan
can be done yet on the farm He is isfrom isfrom isfrom
from one of the most prominent prominentfam prominentfamilies fam families famifes ¬
ilies of Ocala his father being Colonel ColonelJohn ColonelJohn ColonelJohn
John M Martin of that place who whowas whowas whowas
was a colonel in the Confederate Co federate ar army arem army ¬
my m and later a member of the Con Confederate Confederate Confederate ¬
federate congress congressWaldo congressValdo congressWaldo
Waldo his youngest son is a splen splendid splendid splendid ¬
did character and a young man of un undoubted undoubted undoubted ¬
doubted ability He graduated in the thelaw thelaw thelaw
law school of the University of Vir Virginia Virginia Virginia ¬
ginia with distinction and practiced practicedlaw
law in Ocala and at Fort Myers for fora
a short time But notwithstanding notwithstandinghis
his strong intellect and his talent as asa asa asa
a speaker he failed to get the recog recognition recognltion recognition ¬
nition which he richly deserved He Hecould Hecould Hecould
could not bring himself to believe believethat believethat believethat
that brass was worth more than thanbrains thanbrains thanbrains
brains Seeing men all around him himwith himwith himwith
with less ability abilit meeting with more moresuccess moresuccess moresuccess
success than he was he gave up the thepractice thepractice thepractice
practice and took charge of the fa famous famous famous ¬
mous sugar hammock plantation plantationwhere plantationwhere plantationwhere
where he has shown an executive executiveability executiveabilit executiveability
ability abilit of a high order combining a aChesterfieldian aChesterfieldian aChesterfieldian
Chesterfieldian politeness with ster sterling sterling sterling
ling honesty honest he ranks as a peer to toany toany toany
any man in Mrion Mr on county We would wouldrather wouldrather wouldrather
rather occupy his place than the one oneheld oneheld oneheld
held by b General Gilchrist The life lifeof lifeof lifeof
of Waldo Martin should inspire town townraised townraised townraised
raised boys and nd men to look to the thecountry thecountry thecountry
country and plantations as the only onlyfield onl onlfield onlyfield
field where one can find mental ease easeand caseand easeand
and comfort which is the surest pro promoter promoter promoter ¬
moter of honesty charity and happi happiness happiness happiness ¬
ness We would rather have a plan plantation plantation plantation ¬
tation where we could make a little littlemore littlemore littlemore
more than a living than to be king of ofany ofany ofany
any country countr We have not outlived outlivedambition outlivedambition outlivedambition
ambition but already we have discov discovered discovered discovered ¬
ered that its tree bears more bitter bitterfruit bitterfruit bitterfruit
fruit than sweet The first aim of life lifeshould lifeshould lifeshould
should be happiness and wehold we hold that thatno thatno thatno
no sphere in life is so conducive to tohappiness tohappiness tohappiness
happiness as the country home which whichis
is being so well exemplified by Waldo WaldoMartin WaldoMartinBartow ValdolIartinBartow
Martin lIartinBartow Bartow Record
A SHIP CANAL ACROSS FLORIDA FLORIDAA
A dispatch from rom Savannah under underdate underdate underdate
date of March 17 says saysTo saysTo saysTo
To survey an inland waterways waterwaysroute
route and report upon its cost from fromBeaufort fromBeaufort fromBeaufort
Beaufort N C to Key West and to tosurvey tosurvey tosurvey
survey a route for a ship canal across acrossthe acrossthe acrossthe
the northern end of the Florida pen peninsular peninsular peninsular ¬
insular a special board of engineers engineershas
has been appointed and will include includeColonel includeColonel includeColonel
Colonel Dan C Kingman Savannah SavannahCapt SavannahCapt SavannahCapt
Capt Adams Charleston S C Capt CaptSpaulding CaptSpaulding CaptSpaulding
Spaulding Jacksonville and Capt CaptBrown CaptBrown CaptBrown
Brown Washington all United States Slatesengineers Statesengineers Statesengineers
engineers Appropriation for the thework thework thework
work of survey was recently recentl made by bycongress bycongress bycongress
congress congressWe congressVe congressWe
We believe that these engineers engineerswill
will find that the best route for this thiscanal thiscanal thiscanal
canal is up the St Johns and Okla Oklawaha Oklawaha ¬ I Iwaha
waha rivers to Silver Springs via viaOcala viaOcala I IOcala
Ocala Blue Springs and the Withla Withlacoochee Witlidacoochee Vitholacoochee
coochee river to the gulf utilizing at atthe atthe atthe
the same time the waters of Orange OrangeLake OrangeLake
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Lake Lake Lochloosa and Lake New Newnan Newnan Newnan
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We wouldnt have known if Senator SenatorCall SenatorCall SenatorCall
Call had not said so that the people peopleof
of Florida are in an actual state of ofnullification o onullification ofnullification
nullification secession and open re revhellion rebellion rebtl1ion ¬
hellion against the constitution and andlaws andlaws andlaws
laws of the United States and of the theconstitution theconstitution theconstitution
constitution and laws of the state of ofFlorida ofFlorida ofFlorida
Florida All because of our primary prinmrjelection pri11larelection primaryelection
election law which we thought was wasfostered wasfostered II
fostered by the aged statesman and anda
0 6 applied so savigrously by b his hisfriends hisfriends hisfriends
friends
We hope the readers of this paper
will read carefully Dr Eliots article articleon I Ion
on Government by Commission CommissionThe
The commission has done so much for forGalveston forGalveston forGalveston
Galveston and other cities that it itmight itmight itmight
might be the beginning of big things thingsfor thingsifor
ifor for Ocala Pay Pa people to look after afterthe 2t afterthe ter terthe
the public interests and let them do dothat dothat dothat
that and nothing else That is sure sureto sureto sureto
to become the next step in municipal municipalgovernment municipalgmernment municipalgovernment
government governmentMr
Mr Chas W T Moore the convlcteo convicteobanker convlcteobanker convlcteobanker
banker who was worth 2000000some 2000000 2000000some 2000000some
some few years ears ago has been reduced reducedto
to poverty and his wife is compelled compelledto
to sacrifice her jewels to raise mon money money money
ey enough to pay pa his lawyers And Andsuch Andsuch Andsuch
such is the strength of wifely aevo aevotion nevotlon aevotion
tion that every jewel whatever its itsIntrinsic itsIntrinsic itsIntrinsic
Intrinsic and sentimental value will willbe willbe willbe
be sacrificed
THE CONVICTION OF THE COOP COOPERS COOPERS COOPERS ¬
ERS ERSThe ERSThe ERSThe
The conviction of the Coopers of ofmurder ofmurder ofmurder
murder in the second degree with a asentence Isentence asentence
sentence sentence of twenty years in the state statepenitentiary statepenitentiary statepenitentiary
penitentiary we believe came as 3 a astartling astartling astartling
startling surprise to the country country a and andespecially andespeciaIly anda andespecially
especially so o after the acquittal of ofSharp ofSharp ofSharp
Sharp and the announcement of the thejury th thjury thejury
jury that they the were hopelessly divid divided ¬
ed as to the Coopers CoopersThe
The acquittal of Sharp seems to tohave tohaYe tohave
have broken down the contention of ofthe ofthe ofthe
the state as to any plot to assassinate assassi assassinate assassinate ¬
nate the senator senatorWe senatorVe senatorWe
We believe that on that fateful fatefulafternoon fatefulafternoon fatefulafternoon
afternoon that if either of the parties partiesto
to this sad and awful tragedy had not notput notput notput
put the everready revolver in their theirpockets theirpockets theirpockets
pockets the killing would have been beenaverted beenaverted beenaverted
averted avertedIf
If Senator Carmack had killed his hisassailants hisassailants hisassailants
assailants instead of being killed we wewould wewould wewould
would have held him justifiable be because because because ¬
cause he no doubt believed that they theycrossed theycrossed theycrossed
crossed the street with the intention intentionof
of killing him and so o believing he hefelt hefelt hefelt
felt that his only safety was in shoot shooting shooting shooting ¬
ing first That he shot first it seems seemsto
to us is proven in the face of the thefact thefact thefact
fact that young Cooper was wounded woundedand
and that two chambers of Carmacks Carmacksrevolver Carmaclsrevolver Carmacksrevolver
revolver were discharged Quick im impulsive impulsive impulsive ¬
pulsive and hotblooded ell it was like likeCarmack 1i1CCarmack likeCarmack
Carmack to have defended himself himselfWe h himselfWe mself mselfVe
We believe that when Duncan DuncanCooper DuncanCooper DuncanCooper
Cooper saw Senator Carmack the thethought thethought thethought
thought occurred to him that his re relations relations relations ¬
lations with him were such that he hecould hoecould hecould
could have a friendly talk with him himand himand himand
and end their disagreements but unfortunately un unfortunately unfortunately ¬
fortunately his mission was misun misunderstood misunderstood misunderstood ¬
derstood and it was taken as an anovert anovert anovert
overt act and ended in the great ca calamity calamity calamity ¬
lamity that followed followedRobin followedRobin followedRobin
Robin Cooper seeing Senator Sen tor Car Carmack Carmack Carmack
mack drawing his revolver on his hisfather hisfather hisfather
father rushed to his rescue was him himself himelf himself ¬
self wounded and in turn fired upon uponand uponand uponand
and killed his assailant assailantIt
It was a great calamity The south southis
is deprived of the services of one oneof oneof oneof
of her most brilliant and dashing ora orators orators orators ¬ I
tors a young man of brilliant expec expectations expectations expectations ¬
tations is ruined and an old man manwhose manwhose manwhose
whose hair is frosted over with the theweight theweight theweight
weight of years is brought in sorrow sorrowto
to the very verge of the grave and andtwo andtwo andtwo
two families are In mourning and anddesolation anddesolation anddesolation
desolation desolationYes
Yes we have long summers in Flor Florida Florida Florida ¬
ida The good old summer time timemay timemay timemay
may be said to be seven months long longnearly lo longnearly g gnearly
nearly twice the duration as in the themiddle themiddle themiddle
middle and northern states But dur during during during ¬
ing the most of the entire time the thetemperature thetemperature thetemperature
temperature is pleasant the nights nightsare
are uniformly cool and a stifling stiflingnight stifllngnight stiflingnight
night is almost unknown Our atmos atmosphere atmosphere atmosphere ¬
phere is too heavily laden with the thesalt thesalt thesalt
salt sea breezes for either sultriness sultrinessor
or stifling We bank heavily on our ourclimatic ourclimatic ourclimatic
climatic conditions So agreeable in indeed indeed indeed ¬
deed are our summers as delightful delightfulas
as our winters are acknowledged to tobe tob tobe
be b our oldtimers old timers prefer the sum ¬
mers to the winters Thats telling tellingit
it straight straightThe
The production of creosote in this thiscountry thiscountry thiscountry
country will in all probability con continue continue continue ¬
tinue to be far less than the consump consumption consumption consumption ¬
tion The wood preservation industry indus industry intlustry ¬
try has been in its infancy only and andenormous anaenormous andenormous
enormous demands may be expected expectedin
in the future The coke and conse consequently conseuently consequently ¬
quently < the coal tar industries have haveuntil haveuntil haveuntil
until recently been at their best but buteven buteven buteven
even at their best the supply of by byproducts byproducts byproducts ¬
products has run short On this ac account account account ¬
count we should turn to other sourc sources sourcI ¬ I
es to supply the increasing demands demandstor i itor
tor creosote preservatives preservativesIn i I iI iIn
In a very ver strong editorial e the editor editorof I Iof
of the Orlando ReporterStar tells of ofhis ofhis i ihis
his faith in Orlando If faith re removes removes ¬
moves mountains it ought to buildcities build buildcities buildI
I cities Faith Faith Thats what we wemust wemust I Imust I
must have and we must all pull to together togetlier ¬
gether and keep pulling If we pull pullagainst pullagainst jiullagainst
against each other cth th r we pull the city citywith C citywith I
with us So we must pull for each eachother eachother
I other and all together togetherMr I I
I I I I I II
Mr Ir Dickerson hasnt voted a demo democratic democratic ¬ I
cratic ticket in three campaigns He Hewould Hewould Hewould
would not recognize the brand if he hewere hewere
i iwere
were to run up against it face to toface toface I I
face but he dreams of
the long
ago agowhen agowhen agowhen
when he was one Like the vase in inwhich inwhich inwhich
which roses once were distilled the thescent thescent thescent
scent of the roses hang round
it itstill itstm itstill
still i
The Georgia Florida and Alabama Alabamarailroad Alabamarailroad Alabamarailroad
railroad which we believe has
its itsstarting itsstarting itsstarting
starting point at Cuthbert
is now un under under imder ¬
der full headway and is pushing to toward toward toward ¬
ward the Florida line
It expects to togo togo togo
go to Carrabelle and on down
the thewest thewest thewest
west coast to Tampa TampaThe TampaThe TampaThe
The contract for the new federal f feu ll leai ial
building at Gainesville to cost 150
000 has been
awarded
to the King
Lumber Company Of Charlottesville
Va Work TOrk will be
commenced at once
as the building buillt ing must be completed by b y
June 15 1910 1910ExPresident 1910ExPresident 191 0 0ExPresident
ExPresident Roosevelt sails on
March 23rdcalled
skiddoo To
the last he is good to thenewspapers then thenews wspapers a
He is praised one day and censured
the next but
manages one way and
another always to be in the limelight limelightt I
1 1I
i
I 1
I A SINNERS SERMON SERMONVerily SERMONVerily SERMONVerily
Verily I say unto thee inasmuch inasmuchas
as thou hast done it unto one of the theleast theleast theleast
I least of these my brethren thou bast hastdone basti bastdone
done it unto me meIn meIn meIn
i out outsider outsider outsider ¬
In the humble opinion of an I
sider one who by all the rules of the thegame thegame thegame
game is outside the pale of salvation salvationand salvationland
land and who is supposed to have nothing nothingin
I Christian Christianity ¬
1in in common with religion or
1 lity I ity the beautiful words composing the thetext thetext thetext
text at the beginning of this ser sermon sermon sermon ¬
mon are among the sweetest and andfullest andI andfullest
fullest of o selfabnegation and love for forHis forHIs forHis
I His brothers of any in the Book BookThink BookI BookThink
Think of it itone one of the least of ofthese ofthese ofthese
I
these theseMany theseI theseMany
Many men many women who nev never neveer never ¬
I er for a moment momentof accused themselves themselvesof
of o being Christians but who have vis visited yisited visited ¬
ited the sick and afflicted clothed the thenaked thenaked thefed
naked nakedat fed the hungry and who have haveat
at all times been charitably inclined inclinedtoward inclinedtoward d dtoward
toward those who by reason of ad adverse adverse adverse ¬
verse circumstances or their own ownlapses ownlapses ownlapses
lapses have fallen in the battle of oflife oflife oflife
life will I believe if there is any anytruth anytruth anytruth
truth in the Bible experience at the thelast thelast thelast
last day that calm radiance of won wonder wonder wonder ¬
der and joy that lighted the pale face faceof faceof faceof
of Artaban like the first ray of dawn dawnon
His Hisjourney Hisjourne Hisjourney
on a snowy mountain peak
journey was ended His treasures treasureswere
were accepted The other wise man manhad manhad manhad
had found the King Why Because Becausehe
he had done it unto one of the least leastof
of these
I can imagine the feeling of self selfglorification selfglorification selfglorification
glorification and selfsatisfaction of ofthe orthe ofthe
the man to whom w om was said Welldone Well Welldone VeIldone
done thou good and faithful servant servantbecause servantbecause servantbecause
because he had worked hard and andmade andmade andmade
made the most of the talents the theLord theLord theLord
Lord had given him and he had an anobject anobject anobject
object in view all through his toilings toilingsand
and laborings He knew he would be berewarded berewarded berewarded
rewarded rewardedBut
But those of whom I am speaking speakingnever
I never expected any reward rewardWhen rewardVhen rewardWhen
When Mr denied himself a alongexpected alongexpected alongexpected
longexpected pleasure trip in order orderto
to come to the financial assistance of ofa ota ofa
a fallen brother he never even ex expected expected expected ¬
pected a reward much less did he ex expect expect ¬
pect to hear Him say sa thou has done doneit i iit
it unto me meThe meThe meThe
The lesson I draw from the text is isthat isthat isthat
that no matter the station or rank of ofa
a man no matter whether he be bewhite bewhite bewhite
white or black brown or yellow ellow the themere themere themere
mere fact that he suffers suffershe he is in inneed inneedshould inneedshould
need needshould should be the call to duty dutyWhen dutyVhen dutyWhen
When Artaban had stood in the thedoorway thedoorway thedoorway
doorway and told the only lie that thatever thatever thatever
ever passed his lips and drove Her Herods Herods Her01S ¬
ods soldiers away thus saving the thelife thelife thelife
life of the babe of a despised Jewish Jewishwoman Jewishwoman Jewishwoman
woman by bribing brib ng the captain of f the theguard theguard theguard
guard with one of his jewels he was wassaving wassaving wassaving
saving for his Lord he cried out in inanguish inanguish inanguish
anguish of spirit But he was event eventually eventually eventually ¬
ually rewarded and do you not be believe believe believe ¬
lieve my readers that he was glad gladhe gladhe gladhe
he had done what he bad even then thenwhen thenwhen thenwhen
when the Jewish woman weeping for forjoy forjoy forjoy
joy said to him himBecause himBecause himBecause
Because thou hast saved the life lifeof lifeof lifeof
of my little one may the Lord bless blessthee blessthee blessthee
thee and keep thee the Lord make
I His face to shine upon thee and be begracious begracious begracious
gracious unto thee the Lord lift up uphis uphis uphis
his countenance upon thee and give givethee givethee givethee
thee peace peaceThis peaceThis peaceThis
This world would be a glorious gloriousplace gloriousplace gloriousplace
place to live in if we could bring this thistext thistext thistext
text home to us Verily Veril I say unto untothee untothee untothee
thee inasmuch as thou hast done it itunto itunto itunto
unto one of the least
of these my mybrethren mybrethren mybrethren
brethren thou hast done it t unto me meThe meThe meThe
The above sermon comes to us usfrom usfrom usfrom
from Iloilo Panay Pana Philippine Is Islands IslandsEd IslandsEd ¬
lands landsEd Ed Banner BannerWe BannerI BannerWe
I
We do not ot enthuse verymu very muclf ch over overthe overthe overthe
the fact that a great battleship is to tobear tobear tobear
bear the name of Florida We would wouldenthuse wouldI wouldenthuse
I enthuse just as much ch if a shotgun shotgundirk
dirk bowie knife of other weapon of ofdestruction ofdestruction ofdestruction
destruction were to be named for us usWe I IVe IVe
Ve reap that which we sow Ve do donot donot I
not gather flowers from thistles Af After After After ¬
ter emerging from the
horrors of warGrant war warGrant warCrant
Grant said Let us have peace We Wecould 1Vecould Vecould
could have peace always if the peace peacespirit peacesIirit
spirit were cultivated
with tile
same sameenergy sameI swineenergy
energy that the war spirit is nursed nursedand nursedand I II
and fostered fosteredThis fosteredThis
This old world of ours does not notseem notseem notseem
seem to satisfy its modern
architects architectsjand architectsand j
jand and builders and if they had their theirway theirwn theirway
way wn about it
they would shape it italong italong italong
along different lines and perhaps re ¬
build it over entirely But despite despitewhich despitewhich despitewhich
which the world moves along in its itscourse itsCourse itscourse
course I
I Fernandinas 4ernaudii la s February
shipping report re rePorl
port is smaller than
usual due partly
i to t o weather
conditions
and 1 to a dull
market Lumber
shipments
were 1
247240 feet foreign and 4753000
coastwise The other shipments of
naval stores palmetto leaves etc
amounted in value to 444093 444093company 444093h
h company has
been organized to
run an airship line
on schedule time e
between New York and Boston ser ¬
vice to begin on the first of May
There are to be stations
every ever twen ¬
tyfive miles along the lineThere line lineThere lineThere
There is only one expresident ex p re silent liv ¬
ing says the Tallahassee
True Dem ¬
ocrat Enough enough plenty plen
ty give us a rest restHold restHold restHold
Hold your verdict until the evidence
is is all in
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THE REAL HERO HEROAlmost HEROAlmost HEROr HEROAlmost
r
Almost from fr m the beginning of crea creation creation creation ¬
tion orations have been delivered deliveredpoems deUvofHpoems delivredpoems
poems have been written and soegan SOURS SOURShave 8GD I II
have ha vc been n sung in praise of tho suc successful 111 111cessful aucessful ¬
cessful military chieftain chieftainWith chieftainVlth chieftainWith
With the noise of fife and dRill dnuawind dRillwInd drtuawind
wind and stringed instrument th thsalutation t tsalutation the thesalutation
salutation has ever beenBehold been beenBehold beenBehold
Behold the hero comos comosHe comosHe comesHe
He has been ornamented with withbraid 1t 1tbraid nott nottbraid
braid and buttons plumes and inelettes gp gplettes pwu pwulettes
lettes and badges of honor tot Ute Uteman U eman e eman
man who has labored in his hl febora feboratory > aJl aJltory wboratory
tory for the conquering of diaea diaeaand tl tland Hn n nand
and ridding mankind of pain and U Uarmy tat tIHarmy tatarmy
army of ills that poor mortal mortalheir ftoab to toheir iRheir
heir to very frequently die 11 unknown unknownunhonored wakaohvuunhonored kJIGIw1Iunhonored
unhonored and unsung unsungThe unsungThe unsungThe
The cutting off 11f f ones out limb U Uother a aW aWother J Jother
other more difficult bate In Inare laare 1 asrpy asrpyare
are now painless operation operationSmall oporntJonSmaIl operationsSmall
Small pox and yellow fever fevergreat avr the tlMgreat theztM
great scourges of o the ago a art artunder areunder ara araunder ztM
under subjection and will willtire1y Boor be betirely sr srtirely
tirely unknown and while tile tb tileies baMt baMties bal balies
ies of the medical profession proll are areturned r w wturned v vturned
turned against the tlwplague srtaa srtaaplague rwWlo rwWloplague
plague the following folJollIfrom CONBM lo lofrom tiis tiisfrom
from faroff India IndiaIf
If there is one disease fllA fllAsanitar to t wbirb wbirbsanitary trbiebsanitary
sanitary science ha hAM outstripped ourrt top toppractical Ibrpractical IM IMpractical
practical application of it M Is wit withreference wftlbreference witreference
reference to the prevention lreY RUOD at 01disease tfcte tbisdisease tfctedisease
disease ankylostomlasli ank lostomlls lostomllsworms fboofc fboofcworms bstebworms
worms which w ich causes ecM ch II a bleb
sick mortality amongst the t > > e native un unbor Ji Jiabor Jibor
bor communities communitiesCommenting communitiesCommenting communitiesCommenting
Commenting upon rite above abo tteol tteolFlorida 11 11Florida NrFlorida
Florida Health Note the ofltetai 0 0letin be beletin batletin
letin of the Stale Board of FJ Mftfcfc Mftfcfcmakes 111amakes 1tA1 1tA1makes
makes the following oboerratl oboerratlSuch obeertSuch observattasSuch
Such is the language of 0 Dr Drell Hew Hewell ow owell
ell of India And the t hookworm hook wera bi bthere bithere IIII
there even as it i IK here TroelcaJ TIeaJsemitropical ad tstsdsemitropical adsemitropical
I
semitropical countries require no4tw no4twthe on onthe Nlr Nlrthe
the introduction of this paraehe piua it t tbecome 1w 1wbecome
r
become its prey for the th other cwadi cwaditions J J I Itions
tions are already alrtad fulfilled Ho Mewould oe oewould a awould
would suffer from the disease dl dlon1 If b bonly be beonly
only on1 knew two simple things thingsIf thl thlIf
If he only knew that by wrtttaf wrtttafto writ wrttto
to the state board of heahh lIltaget to heget OMM OMMget
get any information that be waeta t tneeds or orneeds terneeds
needs would he still be Igaoraat Vhe 1C 1Che Ithe
he only knew knewIf
If he only onl knew how to tofrom get getfrom rtMf rtMffrom
from this bloodthirsty bloodthirstto paraette paraetteto bs bsto
to change his sallow blotted blottedfor eMla eMlafor eks eksfor
for the ruddy glow of healtb healtbhe Itl WJ WJhe wtlld wtlldlee
he If he only onl knew knewIf
If he only knew knewt knewthat kn t that by bya slMt slMta 0 0a
a specimen of stool to the th stair stairof Ma Maof brild brildof
of health he could hare It Itwithout f ec 1 1without tttsised tttsisedwithout
without charge and in that way waynitely Il Ilnitelv dN dNnitely
nitely determine whether wh thr or not IIOtinfe be t la lainfected Minfected
infected infe ted and if then th he only onlythat 17 tsar 1I8ewthat tsarthat
that thymol in proper dosngi dosngiexpel d wasssW wasssWexpel
expel the worms and rHiere tIN tbeble tINbleI trwt trwtbleI
ble bleI I say sa if he only knew knf tbeoe tbeoesimple t tsimple twat twatsimple
simple things would lw h no throasjh throasjhlife t tlife
life an invalid invalidif if he only knew knewDr It ItDr kaewDr
Dr Hiram Byrd in a paper pa read r be before Mfore heyfore > ¬
fore the State Teachers A Aat Aataodsdi Aataodsdiat eoola lei leiat
at Gainesville last December a aother aother
other things said saidIn saidUIn saidIn
UIn In reply to your inquiry of th tbe Mk khinstant IL ILinstant
instant will state that la eatspasy eatspasywith mpiM 1IV j T Twith fwith
with Dr K I visited the school bonn bonnthis 11I 11IthIs hiueethis
this morning We examined Iff t edthe eI eIthe f fthe
the small children from six ax t te tea teayears iI iIyears tayears
years old Fifty Firt per p r cent C At of 01showed tbent tbentshowed a ashowed
showed evidence of hookworm infoe infoetion a atlon iafstotion
tion In the children from tbe tMthe th town townthe twathe
the per cent is not 90 k1xltr hlzhperhazFi high
30 to 40 per cent while la thos tboW tboWthe thowthe > ftr ss ssthe
the country it will run from fro N 10 i e 7 7per TS TSper 11per
per cent cen t There is a strip t rtp of sari
country countr lying north of town townDr tO D wbwpe wbwpeDr e eDr
Dr A has done considerable conlde wovfc bj bjthis Itathis Isthis
this line It is his opinion that tMttween be between between ¬
tween 75 and 85 per p1 r cent of ofdren tbe tb eMp eMpdren ds dsdren
dren living in that district tlllltrH1fected are bj
fected Taking the chlldrea child childwhole M a awhole awhole
whole more than 50 per cent ftIIItcommunity bj bjcommunity tills tillscommunity
community are Infected InfectedThe InfeCtedThe infectedThe
The medical fraternity Is Isand usus4 usus4and 11 4 4and
and is preparing the way A1 to toroot get getroot M Ne Neroot
root of diseases and nd if tbetr tbetrcontinue t tcontinue fipMfs fipMfscontinue
continue to meet with withwill wit steers uer uerwill iMf iMfwill
will soon have ha e as perfect plrr t a atype air peSNI JIll II IItype rtype
type of man as Adam AdAmwas was wbM wne wnewas b ti tiwas
was driven out of the thedise garde of ofdisc sf sfdise
dise to battle with the world worldRev wormRev or orRev
Rev T B Culpepper CulIJeI r the tbelist tlaelist Nttit Nttitlist
list in a recent sermon p presebtN MII MIITampa rent bo fa faTampa IsTampa
Tampa says that sin ht had Hs Hsin Itain + atiM
in heaven next to the throne tit of ofin d 0d 0din u uin
in the brain of an angel A K on eartli II IIhad Ithad klead
had its origin in the heart of ofman a < a aI wok wokman
I man and afterwards it wi wiby WM ah a brrsIid brrsIidby J kil kilby
by man and has b been
en ensince rataps tea teasince r rsince
since sinceof
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it will cure it itSecond itSecondBecause itSecondBecause
Second SecondBecause Because if the chi t
dren are delicate and sickly it itwill itwill Itwill
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Third ThirdBecause Because if the father fatheror
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becoming thin and emaciated emaciatedit
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