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Title: The Ocala banner
Uniform Title: Ocala banner (Ocala, Fla. 1883)
Alternate Title: Ocala daily banner
Daily banner
Banner
Physical Description: Newspaper
Language: English
Publisher: The Banner Pub. Co.
Place of Publication: Ocala Marion County Fla
Creation Date: February 21, 1908
Publication Date: 1883-
Frequency: weekly[]
weekly[ former aug. 25, 1883-dec. 28, 1888]
daily (except sunday)[ former dec. 30, 1888-]
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Subjects / Keywords: Newspapers -- Ocala (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
Newspapers -- Marion County (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
Genre: newspaper   ( marcgt )
newspaper   ( sobekcm )
Spatial Coverage: United States -- Florida -- Marion -- Ocala
Coordinates: 29.187778 x -82.130556 ( Place of Publication )
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Dates or Sequential Designation: Vol. 17, no. 12 (Aug. 25, 1883)-
Numbering Peculiarities: Issues for 1884 later called new ser. vol. 2.
General Note: Editors: T.W. Harris, F.E. Harris, C.L. Bittinger.
General Note: Description based on: New ser., vol. 2, no. 14 (Dec. 1, 1883).
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THE NEWSPAPER-"WHAT IS IT BUT A MAP OF BUSY LIFE- ITS FLUCTUATIONs AND VAST i( ERNS."-CO


VOL. 43, NO 34 OCALA, FLORIDA, FRIDAY, FEBIUAkY "2 1908. ONE


DOLLAR A YEAR


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Local and Personal


Mr. A. N. Goodwin of Standard. wa
amoMg the young men visitors ia
Ocala Saturday.

Mr. A. D. Mitchell. the well know
Summerfield trucker, represented tha
ec.Uon in the county site Saturday.

Dr. and Mrs. Harry C. Duzir wen
down to Tampa Saturday afternoon t
sped several days visiting The fai

Mr. E. C. McLeod of K-tndrick wa
in Ocala yesterday, and it may be pos
sible that hb will becon.t- a candlidat
for the legislature.

Mr. Eugene H. Cox. tho handsome
young Georgia druggist, aft,-r spenw
ing two weeks in Ocala with hi
mother and with friends at Citra. lef
Saturday for his home at East Poini
nar Atlanta.


|L A TRIP TO THE LIME WORKS AT'MRS. VAN HOOD'S TWO L3VE
J L6 e M rDlfi I% I -A % -. .


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t l "" i. "*T ln1" '.. "" I1 m| .\1r". a- .. I ,,*..' :,t 9\ :,i.
A ^;J ,.;;_. RK _,v. \V. H'. [D,)la:, and r..\. Y.i" .""., t --, 1, 7

0 ni *:,nk, w e v .itted ,l li w o-rk,< f
*f t "^ .\ Messrs. Xl ff-rr Robe-rr s''I & Co. jus F'' i '1:'10' u^~ *- ^-- 4 i. ii-
)01V t er B g0 b-yond the- lpo)r farmn, on The K-n- n ra'il,:- :..d *i wa' -r ".
^ drick road. Friday atr .rnoon, :n his .hih s-,'. '! %k. f r, in r,.> a; the
%lA i i rapid-going auT,, or. o..n,, a.- -.:l a ,- "* af'.r
y in Tese entr-in have a hill cover- nloon
-*vr1 no'. * ing an area of aboutr sevftnte,-n acres.,
yr n s which is a solid body of li,., pnn.- .-. Wi ,ii d -:i -coods
s .\a h a na. .rs,;. Ei >>i oldest
trating into the (depth of the ,arth forA
-...... many feet, and it really looks as if ,'M..a'ter. ws th, ,, hon .- ,> a' both
,the' supply is inexhaustible. h parrie.-. an.1 he,-r fri,:nds and, her
S toTh"c pany now has f tur kiins in mothers friends were very glad to'
lopc-ration and are arranging for two h o two beautiful oc-i
Ul Uft U lUI U. ( j~~otht-rs. Eacb kiln has a capairo erhro hes w euiu c
D rug Store. hft)acinth;v ofo brn aro
sixtv barr,-,l,. and it will soon be run Icasons.

.* Tf () It 'f ; > fl capa rity. kIn A '., Ar z. H O^ d tki az h g et s
repred Prcper .The ruckk i run into th, kins on an o
rT-rrrniopern, na Mrt. Collier. Mrs. E. P. Rentz, Mrs.
o 0 ini-ini-d plane in cars which are
>_tr,+;. aw : aoR. ene engine. A. Burford, Mrs. Walter Hood, Mrs.
14,4 i, I ilrawn !,...<,,v-a :a-ilene #-ngine.
114 A L.,, hop ar ae n ,h| Frank Harris. Miss Byrd Wartmann.
^^^^^^^ ^^^^ ^^^ ^^^^.^^^ f i a- n *1- _______________ *************l^W. dr.ie hoop a r mad Mrs. D. E. Mclver, Mrs. Feitham and
place ". Th- arrangements for making Mrs. D Mclvrr.. Fetham and
--"- the bare'l-, are very simple, anl vet her guest. Mrs. Percy Feltham, of
Mr. G. H Hayes. aftf r spn living ,v- rh wr is done most expedlitiouslv ,South Carolina, Mrs. W. M. Goin, Mrs.
eral d!ay-, n ,,cala. i1., gone to Tamn- two P n en tritnin; out about one hun- ('harles Rheinauer. Miss Lillie Gold-
nano-r... M. D, Juhan, Mrs. T. E .
pa. drd ian I --T ,nr -five barris a day.M. D Juhan, Mrs. T. E.
Tb. lo-,, .ime is used on the coun- Bri(gs, Mrs.- G. S Scott, Mrs. R. S.
M" o'...rh Ta .r ha- 1. .. rtv ro. l. r. Neffert sa s however Hall. Mrs. N. I. Gottlieb. Mrs. William
.,,:'. ~ t) .,r) Ta3,)r i~aI ,oce r\-Mrs. M.Mr. i1hffertMars, owever
hom, from a visir t,) his a1:1i..v ih that he 'La. recently received an r- Hocker. Mrs M. FisheL. Mrs. T.
SAtlanta. ier from he l'niversiry of F't)ria ftr' Maghs ant Mrs. Charles Pk-yser.
i a C veral o Un i of powdered IitoF. ihdnh Mrs. Hood was assisted by Mrs.
it ~so, (1rar l tqns of Ipow~ft-red hli -., \ h~
!is w al "Camp i .-, l sted fur aricltra -Bu-ifo)ri. Mrs. Hot ker and Mrs. Rentz.
w ..-td for agricultural [ ~ ()- !''itl, ,r i r, u c
ter. Mrs. G. F. Arni-t:ron. in Savan [n. 1*- P it partter ss-rvin. rh*f punch
S. anh if i pro n V k'as useti-l tor tfer-
nah, .Ga. "['Th. r)oos)rs ot the pr-i: : Hi,,i holh- '
*l !ti iz:tm z purposes as the station ch,.rI-
ttr,,fra-rantwith vas-es tf yt, luw
o Nlrs. S. 1.. Harrod )f (;al svIi t and agriculturist predict i wifl in-1
r.viKinj her dau rt,*. Mr> i ars, n stantlv becomrne marketable, jS'.anlin- and viol-ts and bamb)oo
Zt]V lr ('Tit r- ifars. nivi)n.r l' adornedi the walls. The morn-
tri 'it-. Marion country frnisn,,s th, lim e
s ";for ne-ari \ he e nrire state (t" -'ria. i1' ",is d+'vote, to the plavy r-
D'. anid Mrs. 11. t 1, 1.1-r ('.11 and .o, ut of mad., :- n K .- *I F''ssiv" l rir ac vy which p-v ved to
n rir ..i, ^ :, .!,, i. !),, \ L :Oilt' \\t-,i iesda', o a sho'!, )! f .1. .;;"o~noo.;. "
,., , i, r- : M *. ;were fi'.e tab;K'-. ant' a" sTatr'] i:!'-r-
vi.-iT t( i it- rTaIi;.pa ': :t- )r rDozir Notes ;,, I i i
a (h \I,, w s I''ii ar the head ta-
al0 a't''n,!,ed a ie:;t of r;.e .' a- Mr !. '. .M. 4.e d has sold his o.ld '. '


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Mr. J. B. Malloy. one of our biggest
'ruck growers, was a prominent visit-
or to Ocala Saturday. It is said that
tNs acres this year will make his last
year's crop look like thirty cents, and
last year he bored with a powerful big
auger

Mr. C H. Foss of Massachusetts
was a guest at the ,)cala House Sat-
urday. Mr. Foss. many years ago.
was at Belleview during the founding
of that pretty little city. and was here
on his way to that place to visit old
friends.

Mr. T. .1 Walters. a prominent
meir.1r of tl,' (;. A. R. and who lost
his right arm in the service of his
country, was in ca!a Saturday. and
renewed his allegiance to the Ocala
Banner.


N.ews has been rt-eivetd in Ocala lI
the marriage of Mr. Hari. Booher at
Talmpa a few days ago to Miss Lillian
Newburn The youthful groom is a
,on of Mr. 0. 1.. Boober of thi- city.
and his young friends here, will he in-
lerested to learn of his iarria-:e

Mr E I l'ittnian lost about two
.housand dollars worth of furniture in
the fire His insurance ha.s t,'n ad-
justed. and he received $112,'. i7.aving


Lin~: a~~ow $Tloser lePo1a, --woIt'
the tilliniz rom'I (i f l'he jp'A l'ac''

i.'tjs Iissv~ T fir., '-alo Iirict' V
(-t4!.ta Advocate'

%i r a-duomrs 'rhomivs .1 NMIo! xa
!A)Uilkif~ile. K\ who c~~' n send-


bt)oard( I' .l.'-. V, h -e .;i Tanmpa ftor
eve.ral ,lays- "*hi.s weel-.

Through the *-ff-t(is of Mr. S iL. Bi-
ting and the Kini's l)at.r-t'_.trs. -omin,
Mr. F'rtd PoWell. who o.-T lhe li ight
of one t'eve anid %as al'lw *o os ith
sight of the other, has 'tlen ein? to
Atlanta to consul Dr. 'a'ho.,l "1:*. lta-
mous specialist.

Mrs. C. Y. Miller ret,,iurned to her I
home at L.eroy \\',ediisiav nortijing.
after a short stay in Oa!a with Mrs..
WV. T. Mcllwa-.ine Mr. anl Mrs. Miil!,r
txpet'c 'o visit tr,-ir tt'd home in Iter--
many this S'ltliI' Tlhety i! also
\isir oth hler 'mtropeta o.i trit. .

Mr Saniteli P ,ar--ha!l ot Shf:le.
S. ) sOl tt t l i'e Samliel -F. Mar'-
-hall o( l r('t\. whost' itrlolt)i %\ i;
enshrine( d in thte atfections o)f thet Je
ple ot this ., corIilIini!x. is a visitor ito
tlb city and i- re. isered at the O)cala
House. and \\i;l' s;pe!d sv,.tal dla v ,
wih. uLs.


Mr- .1om Pser oa1t.
stort, it Siftnofl, was 'dk.1-1W.1
with his Ocala ft 'eiinis Wk-ied~sdlay I i
givt- a5~ I.-oo t -pov l: of 11.1,-; u)('l il~
says-; thetthe orange trCesat-r. u
tti' lt WellI 110 IaIS p t- S 't
salt, ol* zi11.wBuffurn -rove. N% h ich N1l'
Frank IHtle ~.the1.rn!de

M r I I L. Parr and hi Ju;h ir.
Nli s.5 Sadie. Pairry, of 1)4 cat lr, G1 a al-
rivted inl 'calva %ester daY af' rtloon
ada re o a 1 ht( ~alaIlst
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I ,lace to a (;,'or-ian anid has b1iilt himt
Ti new pllane nrat' rh"e [lime WO'Ks. .
K,.n 'lri,.;< i{ slimowinig a great ,idal (.)f
;a ivi,'y. tn 'ler farmers art'e .etting
Itusy I Ig'tin tht.ir fields in ord-,,r.
Th] e ,'." O itil '!o'[ps !i:'e llost ploas-
in: To 'h- .vye
The Ipoorr fairi:' has ani invirinr look;
1and a,-; Mr Roertson passed he letf i
a 1lask,-t ,tf t'ruitr for tl:e- inmates.


Ok,~. anil TF te 441, I iHi.w fltlO s*-i
thei gre :ituto Titl:4-n r Of'A 'V im.e,
to the '7i',xt jhi- st 'al!'-. Tin- .zSo tre
wecre h-:' i trmv< ~ t' 0 wasL

Thror- Wt 1# 1) ie I V O! I i.gr si t N I
\ tt. r the gr sa -a lad tin ''r-4. with
('(4-t~e was s-r'~. Th- a~dwas,-
'.~rvei i ''oN 1!"!'.~ape1 tail9


e@ coeOe......

A BANK'S CHARACTER

SA bank's character is and should be determined,
* by the standing and ability of its officers and
* directors. They must be men who have been
* successful in their own affairs and give careful
^ attention to the bank's affairs.
: The long banking experience of each of the
officers of the Munroe & Chambliss Bank and
the good standing of its directors, are reasons
X for the high character and.sound judgment
: which has marked all of the bank's transactions


* TIe furoe Q arnbliss Bapk
Incorporated 0<'ALA. FI.()R[fA


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Mrs. Collier, Mrs. W. H Powers. Mrs
C. V. Miller. Mrs. R. S Fall. Mrs I.
W. Dual. Mrs. William HMi-
Liliie Goldnamer. Mrs. E H M<'.
Mrs. L. P. Blalock. Mrs. A:lbert Da viz.
Mrs. Arthur Clark. Mr:- l,-rnard ,.
lignman. Mrs. E T. H!-'\,.n.-r,,n Mr"
Jac;v Renrz. Mlr (' C 11 ,;i ,. .r,- 1.
Home. Mrs. A. L. [Izar. lMr-'. .Jhn
Taylor. Mrs l-e, Miller .Miss V'ait
Potter. Mrs. S. T Si-rr'ink \l'- .'I r
ry Dozier. Mrs. Maillrv L'.ion. M"-.
W. M CGoin an( Mrs E. P RTirZ

ANNOUNCEMENT


For Sheriff


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LF E AT SILVER SPRINGS

1" I'.r?* t: a 4 *r ta" -1"., flop'.

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k-ins. and( tne a II eIs4 were c*- vs:,-ai&z-I!
NELSON-POOSER violts- and violet peppermints, and; D A lr m
as a, ;, f1 emerlto of the niorninz each Booze "Ms. t; \ [a'ie Mr-. \V -S
\\'d s.d -ay night at !he Nl mne of the guest was iveIl a b()ouqlet ot violets. Hendo)n. Ml s5, .\lI 1. L[ llla-. allnl
rje loEe l MrM. Hooder rs. ih()o! "-o vd hr g ests in a Ellis iHendon and Miss 1 laiy l:i:vn,.'
.,'il, .,!Iiorher, N1, rs. F. D. Pooser.
~he seond ,aNi. Miss .lanette lavfenld r i-own. and Mrs. Collier wore Mr. A. G. Gates, wife andl soi). (.<)i-
i>,,. .and Mr' claudea hte,.olsio whirtt, cloth suit. pimnentary to Mrs. C. S. Hail l1f \\V,
JA o irni In tie ho bonds of mar. In the afteroorn Mrs. Hood enter- ,1m1in1g, and Mr. 0 W. (at-e (,, \VWe
t ,, 2 ir:, n tih,, holly bo n~l s8 of m at .-
non. v. II Doe f the Pres- ainted the vouneL(r matrons and sev- tel>. 1. I.
I'il~t)ly.!{c'. V. I oletf the Pres-
,' a ~:< .h lf o i' i-he tere- eraI of the v ) i. Madtis. irs. Pow 1is, S iauit Parr an't M r .lM K enz,,.
l,.(;ny, ers ant ,M rs. Charles M iller, who were t -oIiI l'. -'tariy ;o M rs. .1. .1 1 )''un'F
This a numo ce. .: w l o 1atrtenianr. at Mrs. ',,11ier's marriage an(i M;'s. l.. Ilnpkin (o Atlanta. ;a+
"l' is ai.! un ,,! ,n' wi, comne asi
'i:;,e a s r ;,.e o friends 'f the| in his c t four ye rs a -go. received Mis K llil. wo ch lil ai
young (' o ip-,. as 1.I' d,.ing was not i th e' l rs it tht*, door, and at the n1lrse, (o ipliilentary to h t. r fatli.r
a: ;tnch 11 owl Mrs. Hall anld Mrs. Duval anl mla)ther. Mr. aiinl Mrs. tllt'.riii .so,
expet'll \ia''., 'at so early a were, serving, and her tather-in-law, Mr. Mcl.in. who)
,.Iat,. '*
X. i,,, X' N t rf u' tMrs. lood wore a handsome black are visiting for the season.
M ," ,i:, 3rs N,'ist) left on thei
SV j ^ t' e hee n'tie gt own and Mrs. ',llLer was very They found Mr. Randall's h,,t-l1 ,.),nr
c , . 1 L: I.'(; i ni w ,,ir,' emlbroidered bat t ;li! I-adv tor l siisne-ss, aill t-s i i
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MR. CHAS. Y. MILLER FOR SHIEW
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CORRESPONDENCE


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GRAHAMVILLE AND CONNOR stated :for :n -hi. articr', r-h- i't!, LEVON LOCALS

river wil', l ,- firni.he-i within a w -k. :
Special ('or. Ocala Banner. an:. r h i -.-'r. "h- ifiawa'ha or t,.. Sp'rcia ''or On:ia an:i....
Mr. Patrick T d,!l Randal ,, ho .. Ok- h'm n.p . -an rt-.vr,;. this r;v-r l.v..n : an. .z . ..-


the "R~andall,- on Conn,)-, jj()n, -fl iar ~ i~


the Oklawaha. i. n,.arnir "omjiein.
Captain \W {' I 1. -h,- <)ra'.a o,:m-

tractor. has finished his w,,rk -on ,h.
hotel and turn-d it -ir-." :,) t:*-- .ar-
penters. Mossr, ,i lliiauz. ','inn- and!
Henry Mason. and z h. ;..';i',r. Mr
Bagnall. who viil 'in,- "2- r,, a,
and plut onl th w-ath,-r ,-..)a' uf pa.,.
if all g(so. w-l!, within a fortr.,.h.
W hil,- at th,- L,,T1.' Ih:T- ;:.,,r.:.;nq M r
Counts toy)k iu ,-v-r : ". ;"'*"
bottom TO t0e1 ,op Thl.- .;::.:,. I:- <
of the- building i: :, 4, x ) :,
riet-. Thi- or;4iinal !i#,.,i'nz wa.-, ilt y
one stor' in hb eight. w.'h .-ir' r,-):i.-
a hal!;way riinn:i z 'hr,';.h r., c.n',.
of th, taii; in 1 a fr:, {*,:azza f'c.in"i
tho ri''r arnd a tack ;..:azZa. :: i
ting oT itih s. eon'l Sr-.t)ry ('ai,'a:n B'iii

built it on v -ry n,-a": .. a ', ,).,aA
as the ground fli>.r 1":.. -.-;,'.i i.
a slight 'lAffr-ri .. in =- hao;:n otf
the rfonms th-. a:ii'iii- ," a s-para',
room for tho :ava:UPrv an,' "i. ,- <-n, -
sio of a tha-k piazza Th i- han i.:in-
stairway is luit thr!) '. t";,- C-nTer.
connecting thp io)w.r and 'u-;."-r hall-
ways. andl th fir.s-t *,..ap t, r i)In th
South end o? the utppr hall way .t,) th,
ground. The hotel fac The riv-r and
the north,. Thp parlor and a !),edroom
face the river down airs. and up
stairs are two lara- rooms-bed-
rooms-each IC,xl6 fe-.T, facing *h- riv-
er. These rooms are now furnish!d.
and in both of these room ar- tfir-
places. The senic viw ,which can
beI had(l from these rooms is- a v-rira-
ble garden of the gMds It rak-s in the
flower yard and a part of- the o)ranze
grove, now full of fruit. and htho Okla-
waha river Five of th up s"air--
rooms are comt;)lted. ani *h..r- r--
main IuT Thr-.-. and th lava',)rv t,
be finished The- six ,..r.a.-r r -
up stairs are each.. xl, "* Fo'ir
are on the w+' siti ',. h- h -lw .
and the oT-)her :w) ar on h o -a-'
side. The spacious hav, a- so ,,),'on-
spicuois ,n southern hor'i's and '.,-
tels. bith up and down s.i"s, r .. Th-
piazzas and Th', iari;- a'ry roo)-i n ma\.
this hot#-" here aniid :h.- paln 't. -
and orange trts on o '.,, n ,ar.ks of :'
Oklawaha a cool rrroar Al\oi,), tv,
squar, n:iles of th' tiraham;,ille an.t
Conn i vall-v an i .v. ra h1, T-s can
be seen from tli o l., )t',- ,: 'r,.' ,
view is cut offb b the r:iT.par' ,f 1o(s-'5
cover,d oaks. cyr,',ss. ; in.-s and, pai
mettos. If y,)u Wan ol: sp ,'ni a da'
picnicking cone *,iwn *) C'nni-r ani
spent a day at '!ho Rania'l1' If yo'i
want t) spe) nd a W: .' 4! >,o ay
from the city of aii'. .!':sr and toil
come to Connior andI u,* ';p at rh
Randall Come an' old tin:,, friends
come and spend a dIay. week or nmonth
or six months here a! rh.' Randa'.l
Mine Host Patrick Tod Randall an:!
his estimale> wife will tak, o,)a'i oar'-
of you and yours
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Mr .1 .M I liliarl o! ;rB:mnzha',n
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ATARRH of the respiratory organs
i- a ,' mmon ailment in Canada for
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Tanr. ',onfi:t )n is no d,.ul t caused tby
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remedy fr th,-se catarrhal disease, it
at once b,',ame a popular medicine. nrt
only am-,n- individuals and in families.
but in the -roat hospitals, where it was
us-d as a pr-ventative and relief in
hundreds of cases.
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give their e-ndorsement cf tl,.- rfn'-v.
whI',h has ,*,-n so helpful :n th- treat-
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Ano.n th-r,- -': '., , that ( f
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Having used Peruna for the past few
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happy to say that it has given us great
satisfaction.
The Sisters of the Good Shepherd,
August 20, 1903.
Montreal.
Aftor 3a ,'Of:l d t3-'- ,-f the r' n-'"v
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MRS. HARRIS ENTERTAINS THE!:
DAUGHTERS


liontreal. Nrv. 7. 1903.
We found Pe.'uni a relifct in several
cases.
We can say it i3; a good tcnic and we
are very thankful.
Sisters of the aood Shepherd.
W ,'.,. ,'at.trr:: 1,',. fa-;tons itself upon
thv. .v-tf-. it aaa.,mes an obstinate dis-

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h*-:a.i: an:l streni;; hi-n.:,. the mneouz
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Pr':n:t h.a- Zi:tven u.s sati;fa,'tion. Three
pal..-u' .' h:v1,: tried it. )no- ,y:ear f.ldi,
e T: :.-. at"!i ,ted 'iT,.h catarrh is
r1u>,.h rm- .f,-..,d. n.'-re than he Las been
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S"4 young girl. IS1 years old, had an
obstinate cough. whi.h half a bottle of
Perur'a caused to disappear.
SA'. ,.r ::;',v ,.f, two b,)ttr#-s havo rn- i
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-Three weeks ago I wrote toto
you how sM110tatory wse ew
Peruni. 1We recumajeod It highly hw
colds. coughs. cAtarrh and neum&40
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the best rt -vi! T. takcn a~a di rt-rted. hW~
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f',r atarrli. I n rr :fb! tmer in my
llife than I i! )-i t 74 nt
Pierunia n *1 '.':.v p -.,mptlv relaves
couz-h.s at. I v, in the-ir tir4t Am4"a,
tbut is q.i. V r' nyt and e-:L'-iV-nt for
icatarrhal d-e.'.-in t?'ei.- er'- itag.
Of eornn,4, it i'& onl-v r*-mw4n.vAp ti-
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will to~-e-',ajvt4) curo- a al iz-ht attack
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FItANK HARRIS. Editor.

P. V. Leavengood, Business Manager.


FRIDAY. FEBRUARY 21. i91.

Congressmen are kept pre-tty busy
looking afT-r tb',ir political f'uce.i.

The (laug .-,r.- l'n. Ca .J.'a "
Davis- do not aii' ;miiyv *;:\i-,, ,f ':,-
family million:..

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Fra Aibert H-, wlho) -W-,. s .,i' .,,.i'l-
tiful things for tit- Phit ii-ti,.. wilt
lecture in Tampa on the 27'h }- i
a born orator anid wriT'r.

Apropos of Mr lak's .s-Ta',m,.ue
that Bryan iz cri,'ifyini hi; parry.
isn't Roosevelt chhline hi:- t ,)loa'h
with the luig stick?-i'o)urir-.1,rn


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Mathpws of thp Starke Telegraph.
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he go. rod in :he fact, and gave Editor
L'Englo th-' hotte-t lind of a roasr.
calling him anmon o*.-r things an ed-
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Tiie Ore Which Mr. Stockton Wrotbeto
Mr. Flagler
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CHRIST t )'e~
The president Pr~f'*"-"' t
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a race-horse record. Eight m.'fl Ouou
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VOL. 4:1, NO) :34


OCALA, FLORIDA, FRIDAY, FEI'Hi[-uAIKY ".1 190S. ONEDOLLAHI A YEAR


Va,' r Nihols of Levon was in DEATH OF MRS M. F. PEDRICK
:-':: ay. ransacting business.


THE VALENTINE GERMAN


TO SUBSCRIBERS


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Local and Personal


Mr and Mrs. S. H. Gaitskill of Mc-
.n:osh ,ere in Ocala Tuesday on bus-
iD,-'S,.


Mr. and Mrs. Bax'-r Camrn and liT-
T-0 nlece havte .one to Tamlpa to x si.:
Tn*- fair for several days.


M.A. 13. ilrgnea aa.-
'or L. Bu'rtniach Phosr ila! #I ('Alli-






wte11 Ti:.--.lay. Mr. 1) NV1''.:
this ci!,% is ufl- (,f -h. j. r
'Drnpa1 %.

Mr and! Nlr- V WVllian> 'f Way-
rT'04'. A h4 have t"'en on a ?.?1
-hieir friondl-z. Mr. and M'.SA--nots .
a-. Anrhmon, wer. Oralii T- .av '..n
ltoLsr way- homn-




sin po-.tnaiztcas'- ~.anii U\Xa'~T
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i'. again at hi1 pac'- a,..H BM
Tt-rs store-

M r. C A Trnet *. B .


Mr. J. M. Liddell was a w4ll known
Sanros ,itizen in Ocala Tu.,sday.

Mr. 'A. \V. Carl:on. now uf RIo.'i.-
wel!., p nt. S1,nday in (-ial w:'h i>
fri4-nds.


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C'apr. KniL t' f QGi'.ma ,. Aa, is
lh*" *,-r o: hi.- -on.-. Mssrs. Jam,-s
and \\"ill Kniah"-


1Dr. andI of. I. ,; Spoonr of
Sranton-n-nLa.,-\\'-:r. -pent a f,--w
hours in Ocaha Satr.iay.

NMr. M. L. -.yi.,lds., prin,'ipal ,,f th.ef
public school! a, (r'TIn.r -Farm. was in
Ocala Saiturday on busine.s.

Mr. Hat Barnett of Ft-l!,)w.:h:l) sp-nt
Saturday in Ocala, th< guest of his
!daughter. Mr-. Thomas S,'xton.

Mrs. DeFord came home Monday
morning from a visit to her niece.
Mrs. Christian Ax. at the Meadows.
Mr. Ax bringing her into !own in his
automobile.

Mr. James H. Badger of OidTown.
one of our most prominent farmers
and cattle rai--.s, was a visior To
the city Saturlay. Hlie expects t! \i-
it the Tampa fair n,-xt w,'-k.

Mr. John P+el,r, who( is with Mr. S
!A. Raw!s in his .!Ja'knvil. o-ffvic
came down Si.!,ia- to ,nd a f,-w
days at home. H- can,- ,t ,''ia iv "(
at',-nd the Val'. -n in,- ,-',:an .....i:aY
night.


Mr. T. T M' ':r-, :s pr'-,'..n ,
jthe 13a'ikh'-: s A -- 1:. r :'e;n! <(, F~~.a
land a r !'v T. 1,'i.'rr-*,+lrwZ
"$ 1 ii.akd pP&*-il:.i! :1 ,,rr; , ,i".t '' -

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M n \ '.--- V !.''av''nluo~ il an.!

~p1a~a.'xisiTo th'Tatu-

Ti -IT; ax Ik n Mlr fL-avxl-4nood
:~a'~.- ; .~h-!hr (onIri~l.' night.




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,.'rs fr,,i .: ; and h.r. sha l-
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(cr ingy. ," s. ti there be?; anyv
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more pain. ifor the former things are
pa-s-'d away."
She livel :n !-eds the beautiful les-
son of temp .rance. She weighed 175
pounds. was ative and fair as a ginl
at her (heath from measles, believing
and teaching through hber long life
that it was through God she owed oer
regular temperate living. She attend-
ed to her pt't horse and (drove to
church, unt,,il a f-,w days before she
wnt hnme. crossing at high water.
'evn wh.-n the wat-r reached up to
Th- bogay sa'. awl,-i*'ving His Word.
"'.All rLng are. p"-sible :o himn that
beliv.Yth,. Surely .tooilnes and mer-
cy Iiha:l fi!;v, rn. all the day-s of my
lif-, and I shall dwevll in th.- house of
th., L.ord !', 'ver.
,h- :,-ax,- T hi, !ren, ," zrandchil-
Tr ani ,; ,:r a :rtan (i.hI ilrtn, all
]Ijxiui N*,on.' krm w hr ,'-: r)o IOV

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DEATH OF MR. JOHN CLARY


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Twhefi'.-' \ s : ..wre v try k ;- :.t .

Ia' ord-,s au"l t ,he .daniiir .






sMpiri*:,d all during *-he eve'tin-z.
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A portoffice with comic A
M aith.'ws ai,,d M iss I'a'i;;:u,. ::':a,.t'





For sach 'of the dancers wa-" one of -.;-.
ed II;,,st atdmlirably a!:. ..; ^ ,> <;-r:. an!;i
was ail t-xc+-,,!ingly ,I,'ii-rL f ; ,I p ,









attractive aud unique favor figures.
ThMi is Sara Davi' t-ry ,,v.-\ an
ly s and the danifavor tab,.wa 'ry
spiritd all during :he +,',,-ninie.
* A p(,,toffice with conmie vail,'I'int-s
for each of the dancers was on,. of
the figures, and there w-rn- (,ome ve-ry
attractive and unique favo,,r figures.
M iss Sara D avis grac,-t il:v p,:-+.,id ,-,!
a? the favor table.

Prof Pike, Mr. Frank Matlh,,ws and
Prof. Y'tnst com'fpIse-d t!,. urth*'.;ra
aid ihos, nm -tt Rof:bins tin. 1Harry 'a' ni.:-. A!fr-.,i
B c('k. Robert Ma h,'ex l.,,nei F i-hi -l
Johni Sullivan Harvt-v Clark. lID:1
MNody, Jan.a.-'s Taylor. I Hwxaril \\'.
,rs. tI, t" Fur-) r ..Jihn P'-!oIt P) I.
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rgid I y *-n ft': c"d1 Hl.,n(.-w. l ake this
nieans of n ronvin~in siibserit,,'riwho
are ini aflr'.,i,. hat f~ his orih'r is
(")ri;i'' A;"i ~th.':r riamt~s must bo

Si~r-I r 1ii' a.,-- :,,1 !1) wise
re>-~a-':-~-f' '! ..* m: tArt -4)compelled

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THE OCALA BANNER.

FOR MEMBER OF THE LEGISLA-
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Will Hold a 12-Day Challenge Sale, Beginning


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A Mighty Tidal Wave of Unparalleled Bargains for Twelve Days


In order to make this sale QUICK and DECISIVE we have employed the most effective weapons known to modern
vestige of profit, but the cutting down into the very vitals of the original cost of every article, item and garment in
world's greatest work shops. It is the supreme master movement in under- priced merchandising.


merchandising, that is not only the eliminating of eer,
our peerless assortment of the choicest creations of :he
W4 4. 4 a wi 4 I


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COAT'S


THREAD


Black or White


4 Cents


a spool


25


cent


LADIES'


Black or Fancy


HOSE


16 Cents


69 cent


CHINA
WASH


CITT-14


Dress Goods


$1.50 36-inch Heavy Weight. Guaranteed Taffeta ...... .9c
$1 36-inch Light Weight Taffeta, all colors ...... 89c
$1 Plaid Silk, all colors, new. ............. 59c
50c. China Silk, Plaid, all colors... .. ..... ..... 29c
$1 38-inch China Silk in all colors ........ .... ...... 69c
75c. 36-inch China, all colors .. .. .. ... .. . . 49c
$1.50 Embroidered China Novelty Silk for making Waists
and Waist Fronts......... .. ...... ... ..... .98c
25c. Dotted Swiss, large and small dots.... .......... 15c
$1.50 56-inch Chiffon Panama, in Blue. Black, Brown and
Plaids at.......... .... . ... ...... ....... 98c
White Serge, for summer wear............ .. ..... .49c


75c. White Brilliantines, now.............
$1.25 Gray Flannel, light weigl-t novelties.
25c. White Madras, suitable for Waists. . .
25c. Silk Mulls, all colors and shades......
15c. Mulls, all colors............. .... ..
40-inch Lawns.......................
Outing Flannels at cost.
15c. 36-inch Sea Island Percales ......
-,0c. Amoskeag Gingham.. .............
36 inch Bleaching .. . . .. . . ..
Yard Wide Yellow Homespun ... ...... .


8c. Calicoes...... ... ... ..... .. .....
6c. Calicoes ... . . ... . .. .. .
10 yards to customer.
0c. Figured Lawn..................
SPECIAL: 850 yards 15c
10c, suitable for men's shirts a;
children's waists.


.. .... 59c
. .. . 79c
.... . 15c
. .. ... 18c
... ... . 9c
. ... .. 10c


. .. ..... 6


. 9c
3-4c
. .8c
1-2c
. .5c
. 4c


. ... ... ... .. 4c
White Madras
nd ladies' and


Underwear


$1.50 Ladies' Underskirts .. .. .... ...
$1.00 Ladies' Underskirts ... . ...
75c. Night Gowns......... .. ..... .........
$1.00 Night Gowns......... . .... .... ....
35c. Ladies' Corset Cover ..... ...... .. .. .
50c. Ladies' Corset Cover......... .. ... ...
35c. Ladies' Drawers........ ...... ...
50bc, Ladies' Drawers........... ... .........


. .98c
..... 79c
... 48c
.. 79c
.. 21c
... 39c
... .21c
. . 39c


Bed Spreads
$1.25 Bed Spreads................................ 98c
$2.00 Bed Spreads ............ .. ....... ...... ...$1.29
$3.00 Bed Spreads............... ...... ... .... ..$2,19


Table Linen


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Va! Lace ..
Embroidery
Ribbon.....
Torchon Lace.
A!-Over Lace


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1c.
2c.
19c.


Dresses


$415.00 Ladies' Voile Skirts .. .
In Brown and Black.
$10.00 Voile Skirts, in Black only...... ...
$2.00 to $5.00 Ladies' and Misses' Skirts 98c.
$1.00 White Sheer Lawn Dresses.......
$1.50 Children's Long and Short Cloaks .. .
$7.50 Ladies' Silk Underskirts. Black and Colors


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$5.98
$2.98
69c
79c
$4.98 I


36-inch


YELLOW


HOMESPUN


6 Cents


Yard


$1.50


Ladies' Coats


$20.00 Ladies' Silk Auto Coats, rain proof.
$12.50 Ladies' Coats........................
$5.50 Ladies' Coats in Black and Brown ...
Children's Coats at half price.
$5.00 Ladies' White Linen Suits .. ... .
$,10.00 Ladies' U. S. Khaki Suits.. .. .... ..
$20.00 Ladies' Military Suits in Brown and Gray.
$10.00 Suits in assorted patterns at..........
Others at cost.


.... $9.98
-$6.98
$2.98
$2.98
$6.48
at $14.48
S $5.48


Ladies Underwear


35c. Fleeced Undershirts and Drawers ..
'8c. Summer Vests, Gauze, at.....
Lace Curtains at cost.
$3.00 pair at ... .. ......... ...... .......


S19c
S9c


.. $1.98


Sheets and Pillow Cases


Extra Large Sheets, good values at........
17c. Pillow Cases at...............


.49c. and 69c
...... 12 1-2c


Ladies' White


SA IN(I


\\VA IS"1


Embroidered
Front


69 Cents


$10.00


Ladies' Black


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S'5 Men's Suits. BiacK. P2--e :in' c:;,


cy ~~terrs


S'2 5C Mer;'s Al W'ot F : o- Sc' c


Color Suits .


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earth, at


$8.50 Men's Su'ts in. Fan: a-ir SoSoid


Colors. 3a! sqzes. riow


$7.50 Men's Suits


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Odd Coats. ali kids. Scid


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- E B.ue Se"'C- Su.s. s $3A-
3...5 3-y&' Suits ir FancyV Woicrstedc
a"id Serges. .Al sizes . ... $2.",
.20 cBoys' Buster" Brown Suits ,n
Fancy and Solid Co!crs ... $1.9
BOYS' ODD COATS AT COST
$1 Boys' Ali Wool Pants in Fancy and
Solid Patterns. .. .. 69c
75c. Boys' Pants .. 49c
50c. Boys' Pants ..- . 36c
$3.50 Boys' Fancy Gray Overcoats. 5
to 14 years... ..... . $2.23
Boys' Reefers at cost.
Boys' Wash Suits .. 49c


mm ~inin~ -~ ..' ~


Mens Overcoats


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Rain and Cravenette


'OMen's Lon~g O'vzrc~cats


$ Men.; Pants in B:ue anD BlIc


Serge or Fancy........


$3.30 Pants.....


.$2.19


$2 Pants..


.. ... ... ... .. $1.23


$3.50 Men's Corduroy Pants.. $2.49
Odd lot of Men's $2.50 and $3 Pants


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... ... ... 98c


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We have decided to discontinue Men's Clothing, and in order to sell our stock

make room for our New Spring Lines of Readywtoowear Skirts and Waists, wh


carryy a full line of, we have marked our clothing at cost and below cost]

buy yourself a great bargain at your own price,


k now, so as to

ich we intend to


This is your chance to


$1.25 Men's

Top Shirts


at


89c


V.


35 cent


' Suspenders


at


19c


$5.00

Men's


All Wool


Black


and


all


size?


Challenge


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Men's Shirts


and Underwear


Men's 65c. Heavy Fleeced Lined Undershirts and Drawers.
Sale price............................. .... 39c
White Wool Undershirts and Drawers for men. worth $1.50.
Sale price................... ..... ...... .. ..89c
Men's Balbriggan Shirts and Drawers, 35c. values. .Sale
price .. . ... ...... .... ..... ....... .. 19c
Men's Balbriggan Shirts and Drawers, regular 60c. values.
Sale price..................... ...... ..... 39c
Men's Negligee and Fine Dress Shirts, $1.25 values. .Sale
p-ice .. . . .. ..... ... ..... ... ...... 89c



Men's Furnishings

Men's White and Bordered Handkerchiefs, 10c. values. Sale
price ....................................... ..3c
Men's White Hemstitched Handkerchiefs, 15c. kind. Sale
price .................. ..................... 7c
Men's 35c. Elastic Web or .Guyof Suspenders. ..Sale
price ........................ .. ...... .... 19c
Men's Black and Tan Hose, fast colors, 2 for 25c. kind.
Sale price ......... ......... ...... ...... ... ... 7c
Men's Fine Hose in Black, Tan or Fancies, worth 25c. and
35c. .Sale price ............................. ..19c
Four-in-Hand Ties, new shades, worth 35c. Sale price.. 19c
50c. and 75c. Neckwear, Four-in-Hands, etc. Sale price. .39c
Ladies' Handkerchiefs..... ......... ... . ..... 2c. up


Notions


Good Brass Pins, sale price per paper................c 1
1000 dozen extra good quality Pearl Buttons, worth 10c.
dozen. .Sale price............... .. ......... .4c
Hooks and Eyes, 5c. values. .Sale price per card ......2c
Ladies' Long Silk Gloves in Brown, Black and White, per
pair .................. ................ .... 89c
Veiling, all colors, yard............... ........... 29c


I


The


Boston


Store


4x


has long ago
established a
reputation for
Bargain Giving
not equaled
anywhere
(quality considered)
During this Sale
the merchandise
at prices
to be sold at
will be sufficient
proof that the
deserving title of
Bargain
Giving
Store
is truly our own.


x:


The


Boston


Ladies' and Men's Shoes

Men's $1.50 Shoes, a Solid Leather Shoe... ........$1.19
Misses' Vici Kid Shoes, Blucher Cut, Upper, Correct Shape,
$2.00 values. .Sale price......................$1.24
Ladies' Vici Kid, Blucher Lace Shoes, $2.25 values. .Sale
price... ... ... ... ...... ... .. .. .. ..... $1.38
Ladies' Patent Colt and Patent Vici Shoes, new and popu-
lar shapes, $3.50 values. .Sale price... ........ .....$2.49
Ladies' Hand-Made $4.0 Shoes, Patent Kid and Patent Colt
Leathers. Sale price............................$2.98
$2.00 Ladies' Gray Opera Oxfords.......... ... ....$1.48
$4.00 Men's Black and Tan Oxfords, now......... $2.98


Baby Caps


Our entire line of Baby's Silk and Knitted Caps and Tam
O'Shanters from....................... 14c. up


Remnants


1000 Yards Remnants in all kinds of Dress Goods to be sold


at the lowest possible prices.


Ladies' and Men's Hose

Ladies' and Children's Black or Tan Hose, 2 for 25c. kind.
.... Sale price ... ... ....... . ... .... ........ ....... .....7c
Ladies' Gauze Hose, with Garter Tops, 25c. values. Sale
price.................. ................... .16c
Fine quality Imported Ladies' Hose, Black, Tan or Fancy,
35c. value.................. ...... ....... .. 19c
Children's best 20c. Hose. .Sale price..............11c
Men's Fancy and Black Hose, worth 25c.............13c
10 and 15c. Children's Hose. small sizes, at...........5c


I I ... ..-. -- -~ U


$10.00


Men's Black


or


Fancy Suit


only


$6,48


$1.00


Boys' Pants


59c


This

Great


Challenge


Sale


Positively


Ends


Saturday


March


S|o sI It
SuitS Boys Suit,


V.


I


I.


Fancy Pants


almnin IWAAMM
more


mom


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MCRS. STOCKTON AND FLAG-
LIER AND THE TIMES-UNION

*me time age the Tallahassee Sun
Wrlted an article about Mr. Flagler,
Mr. Stockton and the Times-Union at
k time the Times-Union was owned
by the Stockton brothers.
IT Sun quotes Mr. John N. C.
*Ubockton, now a candidate for govern-
or, as saying that as long as the
TImes-Union was run by the Stock-
k brothers it was run as a fearless


democratic people's paper. but it was teaching in t c t. ad ointhconued ciatit i:,(- cou m,.\ 01,_.t, .oi i,.( Co.LeL*
Sally crushed to the w all 1,y the his quest fi)r an *.-iucation by attend- ,.i -iat!!. I tlit-r ma.I be mliop- auiti- (
iFlagler interests. in ir sm mr ( o()Il-.. 1,, furTr T I l iac, > il;au laic \\V.ir, akld Iit>
The Punta (;orda lHerald, relprin'- I a ,q(iiplped him.-elf ul r '.afhfin.: by Cr- sliu1-. )II.; iTilt'ts, ;2aII,; I:)I.i', bilt I i
letter written by Mr. John N. ('C T-lnd ti e min'-i N ml;.f Sh.. 51 La Nt,1 ;".S:!d, (l r... ., : I".' :i- I
S to ckton to M r. F ia l ,er ,un lr d a te ,of ,- ;,'. lin ;: (;: ,.i .it .Vt.,l a Vt',Y:' : i :.; '.uii..tn ,v .i ,'-;,'' tV yt .
Ju e 17. 1,0 2,. in w which h, I'- llovw ini r,.- utab:,- riti ;ii i i. ha- w ,.- ill--. *i ; ** 'i'' ,; i" :4 \V\ ,.i-
,~. ifl V~'~ ..~ i mar'eci
sentence occurs ,p;:om as ani a ( l.-' .'r Tilic t Ite '. .1-.- .' ,\\ ....,i. 1 aI
"*W e have already stc'ii-r.'l a !a:'l h:is tau ih :n \ :-i;'s >,h'(i;. t i.- t, : i (,. ., :,!r > -:, -
portion of the ui stan'iin!; s:or' a tnl j e ;lIly for "liri. ,.n ,at. ,1 \, i ,lii iW' .i d hiiT v''4 1 Ialt Ito) ()'ltit
hlope soon to comp)l, illn Si .: r (,i;!' a ,i. ha s i. '.\cI;:' i';tv 2 i. :;.. ;r-.'. n I:.' r
agreement tentere-d into wvith ".',u !iast ways giveIn sr:is!tC"oi',n ; ; ;. 01:u .. . T' :'2 s P ta
M arch. and trus: in tl-. fu, re that l ie stIc .-sfif ily .(),O!'.tI ..i' l,'n r .i .. : .' aeu y',,i i,,i:0.- not (.41 t.
you will have no cait', t-o c'fmliplain normal training schol,,.- for,..l, t theit x\,, 'h U) i, h
of our managenient." at Fort Mc ( V and ()rIti Lr Shiri Ii i 'I lj(.\,i nt t > tat, ilr ar T'aTnmpa. K
In entering into in. 'Iinanc al jf for six y ,.ars., send ng ,, ws it m aiiy V teach- , ; t;:' ,'",* "i! M tt .aroio (' )iiity w as
agreement" with MrI. Flagler our own i-t> for Marion and adjoining ('emiti,,,s lot biAtt r ,,pr1,-t nted. -r. \hit-
understanding is that the, Messrs. Prof. Brinson conducted a I,usincss worth' l Di,'o -Jt.r-.' ..\- ia,- \,,,rt, e the T1
Siockton went to Mr. Flagle(r w'th a school in Ocala. Tampa indi K(.ey \-t-. ouly r,.p ir,.sntative,', in alny -e(,cion 0
very pretty story, telling him of the In 1 l1 he was calle.d t o the East 'xhiiits itnl this 'O(1I. T it, L .s an 'a S
kind of daily paper the-y proposed to Florida Sem:nary at (1 ; Ginsvill. admnirabl.. class w, win. i judged Al
establish-that its mission would be where he remained for a yvar. or un- ii ..It'hr.s. hil. swint.e ain! 'he horses;
to promote in every possible way the til it was abolished by the Btickman o' Monday. The .I-rs1. v ,,ere very
states material development, and that bill. when he went to Rollins College crnditablt and so were the swine, but
A would work hand-ip-band with NMr, at W\Vintcr Park. where he ic teaching the horses were few.
Plagler in that direction: that with at pres(,nt I I i iv(dl her' more to' th a few S
proper management and ample finan- Prof. Brinson has at all times been We.eks ,'acth v.ar I would propose the
eta backing they could make it cover a logical citizen of his home county estallishnent of a district fair at
te entire territory of Florida. and be- and devoted to her material and edu- Ocalai. "There is ptd:grced stock
ides being a valuable auxiliary in the national interests. lie is thoroughly tnogh in tlihe couty tor a .good foun- U
mte's development it would prove a acquainted with the county and her nation, atnd 1 am sure lhe agricultural t
paying investment as well. school needs. His grandfather s..w- products and ctr'ns trait could be as-
Mr. Flagler gave a kindly ear to the ( tied near Orange Lake in 1P,4s, and is sent'I)lt'd in an i.mpr'eszive exhibit. If
tory and the interview ende(-Id by hi- father was a nmenihbr o f Ma-i(in .i ht the adljacnt countit's woi:ll join in a
advancing a considerable, sum of Artillery in the civil war. \ iti o fair, i am r it woul be an
mosey for the establi-hment of this Prof. Brinson :s a school ,en'hus:ast astoni.-h:ln s`1 ce.-,,.;. t
greater n-wspaper, and -was sicureld anid if electedl will kee'I tlt,. sclhool- 11-t yi kl I l0now t, t' -,lg of north- ,
in the payment of same bv a lot t of Mai'on co nty('(0" ,i" :" iIi, if f li t', t l,- a lway.. Icllin., southern-
Arst mortgage C. per cent o(inds, in- use,,fulness. ,'r ) w t) ,o thill-. 1 'i:all Nnot bte
terest payable semi-annually. tru.-iiii,;1o1i s .ouiligh t) tall into that
The money thus advanc. d wa-. i AN OCALA GIRL HONOR GRADU- niti,. oly a 1leV.o (:int help a
vested in typ.s:ttini mat hins. ,ast- ATE FROM VASSAR COLLEGE i. th s.. n :l 1 V
e" presses. etc.. and th.'r, catn. a TiI., THIS YEAR .Is t i
when more money wa.- ,.edal..W an.,! a' \V. R. (;, ,)[1)\VIN.
other int,.rv-ie-w wa- h.Ni,, 'h *-. I 0"i. ,.A ',-,' 'X i \t.', i ------- _,__ .....
Flagler. and mor- i;ntone wa`:.>. k. 't .` N. Y ha jui I'-tnt s.n t ( ilt Dyspepsia and General Debility C L
ed and rTor e; norT *,.,:,Ii .,." Iht, \ A- o.iiat,1 Pi, s s-.rvic,: Are 'tred bliy 1'. P1. P.. ,ippinan's
issued. l'odllhk1I ,-;.-i.. N Y.. P .. 17- An- < C great 'm,,l;p. T ,he ;p ri ,r of all sar-
O u r . . . .. .. . : " .. a
an for a r.z '- -* C p* y .*z a::~ t 'h '''-t\\o :r. a\i P. P. P. i l th- ,- latestst tonic for the
m orat "" . ,t- t"" t,*T "v! ,- ...1ev.wu. Indi-
men... .....~ al1c j 11.' ''.'''' .1 ~ *... Q K~ G R C
," In th" i- '-- .* . t ^i T!'v :.i" C 'a ,,' Fr'. es tgo-tion. Pad I)reams and ililiousness
In the -O..o"" K .. G.R.C ... ..
ve ry- ,, :,- -. -" ,,, .i : A :. ,,. :b.- n t, (, c"t'a. Fla. Those v. 4 % ; a ; idi t' to h'' l v,-'erful ton-
Itere ,. .., ;1 P. P.
-,1 'Ta .* :' .-. -. '" . t ... .. V... P .P P
which .- -- - i-. ,- : A proniint-nt railroad s ilperintei d-
-hi h ,P '- a ":-i 2..- . . .. ,. :
..the poicies it a i '!-= :- '" I- \,. A : -_. r ,- 'ivn:ng ar 'Savannah. (;a.. (in which
the po icieF- it a :.v y a : . . ." .' ..
"h- "' "- :. : ;- ; ,. ,- . ,-- ) .. . ;" W P. } l l'P I . e pr -or-- -v- .n
T. . pr. .... . .. ". '":: --- r Than he (v ,r d;i. ani 1,, had thit
newspaper v,:.
*M gave him a >-':,-. t Y w y r -- -.. 1 : .. ......(,- -^ of d sp 1sia on record. He __
-T--- : .. *..' '.. -- ,Laa I, ali),-t ,?i t. and t ,. little he ate
were friendly O !- t.o ,- -... w. t with another termt. I (atn only ipronil-
he ought TO do as ri.' f '-- h "- ," ... '- ""im. cau-ing him to
be oughito T o (0a!- toK. .-.. -^, servu, %-() to the b.-st of my alh.l-
he had ,one for ;,-.:. **- --' ", .* .v -:..i: ,ftr n: L,. hadt pains in the head, t t
a s h e ha d (o n f o r- .lr j K n .a ( ch 1; 1t .f te r u s in g
the interview n,-'d ":. n Ho1ping that I mav nev-.r prove un-
puttin g n.i m or e ~- - ---------- -P O ST C FF ;C E C SN T R A C T O R S A R E i' ..,- :,OTT],, of IP. P P ., h ,o felt like lt 11 o- Ttra t a o a r-
E Ett!ng up mor I.ia.-,:t, h e fe ...l faithful to the trust h ....
fm return nmo re n ,.w pa ....-- -.- E R E in n;m e.. 1t, say. tm;.,t h e feels I a m,
I I; bonds. .... ":,a h1e' (-o:id liv,. forcv, r ;f h,' could in m ,* I a m,
e bonds. . .. .- .- .. t'. P.t V nr. r. So Mr. Flagler wa.- ""' '- N -A . r ** - - N. A FORT.
:-- "" .... .. i- r atr -.'e V : 1,, -;i : ,n ,on apl)lica-
"m ilked by both ra ti ,n ;. - ... - ::i" 'i;t A" 'NA R E P O R T
"" "' '" "- "' I,-" 3
T cow is soma-tm,- d.-,:.!.. : ", ; / .^ :' ; .. ANNUAL REPORT
e ... ... . i, T .


Juno," and as docile -,; -:.'. -
they are. the most patient '.- a!:; -,
them will sometimes kick.
So in this case. Mr. FaJ,-.: -;,;*
tient. philanthropic. TI',rf',-'TY v 'i-.IL:
to do his full share---,)t tir'! 2 ,ayinz
"1f the music for two L.)stiltj fPCri0o)I
and in the ,ourue ,of rfime ea!l,, a la'.
He said that tlthe tV(o n1-l,;ap.--
must. like the ,en,.ocra'ic i,.:'!y. '* ,,t
tether" -or pay him he mor' a-e'
bonds, which. bloth. iprincipal and i,-
terest. were long since' pastr du,.
Ther, was no other alt'rnati,,. a.,1i
4be two newspapers \\v're ,onsolitlatol.


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S TI N 0I T l r T ,. E ,A D NG *i :'
:lit ""

MEETING OF THE READING CLUB


Mr. W ilson b(c'aine the ,difor-in- T ta :,,,t l,, *I;,., ,T
chief and Mr. T. T. StI(kTMon ihe 0tib- i al R, in= ('l, ha> h,-1, i ,-
imess manager. 'wintr!" wVas the on.- T i--liav af;-:'lnv
Some time Ibefore hNs dl.ath th'; ith Mrs..1.. 'ha.. and i w,. l;,..-
latter gentleman told us that it was O f h. ost joat' N .
te most pleasant position he had ly all f the .hib ii,mnli.rs w, 'rt pr-,-
ewer held: that at no time was he ever eut.
Interfered with and was given the The bnginning of Atmerican lit(.ra-
Wdest latitude, and the lhttrs he re- tre was the study tor the afternoon
edved from Mr. Flagler were always an it nr,,-,, ,,4' l.. int.rtt;,,-


FROM MR. N. A. FORT Of the Treasurer of the Ladies' Green-
wood Cemetery Association
S"',." -* : I '. I : I ; 'o ir i for 1907
*,!. {, j .i ;*; '- .- t)atl, fro m l 1;"i^ .. .. $ ,.,7,,;
) (i %-.-h. ,, I( T ,r) n ilp f ,,' .. . . . X,. 71
('t .lo, o x\-,,rs................1 15...',f
;i~~ I* d r. wo I'* e c i
S o. ... .. . .. 2. 'o
r (,r,,ir a;tr ,r ,'.i ff i,. ,- 'i") I( li ta' [ __
, i i o . . . . I > 5
:' s'tt:-' 'i~l f}r .... ................. ;;1*2.5
;''," tjp <, th:;l' [j U t]] !}' ;! ('l~( (].{1[tiu o w r -- - -- -2


'ii ~ 'ii?
'ii ~ 7. :72: 2i1I''c'lii.


Nir d ivt, ,', ,L a'r,'' ,1 I ha i al !!,- ]>;,e !.
N (j ,iIr T It 'i c; I ti a I ha v ni" J:all .-iIIi,'
i ii ; oi 1 I w l i ,t" < to %-111 I n


t -,i ) I anT l Jan. 1 . 4 )I.$ 4 I.">.':


WHO KILLED COCK ROBINIIt.
WNHO KILLED COCK ROBIN.'


oa 114 4 ''l\ tLL e l'Iclii ~ p i~s ~ iv oIff loI.'a
h1111 '. ij~ie IilITll? lit Iilnall v I!,s'LgN lcr.: I7' V( I \V'11 1'r(WhoIIr- atig
\I f I IIn I I Iv pa's I rfcoiti alld ttt ho Ii I I :. oIm lIitTla I c l '7iofl (of a (,.ontt tig d -
th t wfje 1)04(3rd. ni-, dm' t, i h;liubI 1110 Lti~ a Ito' 81 1 .14 t iu11 V( )II Vc'1 -
11' 1ll do., d i flc' rt' II T w -I" t'u''' -, tA 1 w t iuon r e lwo'cif~t ry Fi i- i o it ii-
4o1 -(014' ov r ag~ain. I W ci cc vote .WIil Iiic t ii~ti I II-JU


IT WILL

PAY YOU!

If you have on hand to sell. or if yo*
are thinking of coming to Flor
Ida to make it your home, or
if you desire to invest
tn any kind of Flor-
ida property,
SEE OR WRITE TO




J. H. LIVINGSTON & SONS
REAL ESTATE
Ocala, Florida

fluential n fgro p)rea(cher of Jackson-
ville, says h e diid it. He was madlel'
chair' m ()an I the, convention,. andI afte.,r
tlhc row\ started was piulle off th.' plat
!I to'iI thirel'('' times anl had1 tho chair


Jerry Burnett,


Merchant

i Tailoring.

cala, Floerida.
Finest Imported ami.
Domestic Cloths. ..
cutting g a ,pcwialtv
Fits (tiuarintted..


HANDY MOTH PAPER
A moth destroyer ana dlslfectaat.
Placed under carpet, or In th fbod
of furs and clothing. it drtves away
moth and worry. Twelve sheo I to a
packet, carriage prepaid, 10 eets;
six packets, 60 cents, If druglgt do
not have it.
Madigan Powder Werks, Selection
Clarksville. lews.

J. R. Moorhead. u. S. Wo0odrw..
President. Secretary.


'a!.',n frowi: 'indr." him h:if a -1 buti,,ie. ,iu Il sit,(':tOldt'4 i WOODMAR SAND AND STONE COMPANY
"lalt ,l', a ,s al l, ', 1 i, s ,!,
of thum. Buildqers of
\Vho did kill C('ock Holtin" It is ,.'rv CEMENT SIDEWALKS
gf'neronms in th, thr(e ,-laimants ftr Daler? In


to speatk up like th- spar


LAKE WEIR SANO


r w., and (',or each to confe'Ss that h'li Manufacturer% of
iii it bit what dlifference will it mnake CONCRETE BLOCKS,


CANDIDATE FOR SUPERINTEND- LETTER FROM EDITOR GOODWIN
ENT OF SCHOOLS -
Eastlake. Fla., Feb. 1S. 1908.
Prof. Jasper Hardee Brinson is a To the Editor Ocala Banner:
candidate for superintendent of The Banner began its welcome dai-
schools for this county, and his an-! ly visits promptly, but it took four
nouncement will be found elsewhere;
in this paper. days to get the Times-Union on its
Mr. Brinson was born. rear,-d and way.
schooled in this county. havini first A happier, bt-ttcr pleased lot of Itwo-
lookled our on the world in the littl'epie netVr landed in Florida than my
town .of Eur ka r1t attended 1, '1. family ol :\.. \\V ar,. very (cOllforta-
Ocala High S .chool. In 1],2 he t,'-gan' by (,'iart r.-4 1n lBlair Villa and apprt-


am


f);l 1''), "1', h(III(W


I he bonor










WILL MAKE IT PAY


THE WONDERFUL AMERICAN


-GIRL
almey of the papers of the country -
re predicting that the Florida EAst, When God made the American girl
extension will never operate at He sent His angel messengers
S prot; first, because of the great throughout all the star-strewn realms
ost, and again, because the territory of space to gather all there was of
Ira is sparsely settled. The fo- beauty and brightness, of enchant-
lowing from the Mobile Register is a ment, or glamor When the angels re-
gmple of the comment: turned from their harvesting of beau-
&it is a wonderful engineering work ty and threw down their glit'tring
toave been carried so far in so short burden at His feet. He began, in tbhir
Sa paee of timnie. The expense has wonderful presence, the fashioning of
ben very area:, h, gllg about the A:nerican girl. He wrought with
200.w per mile. This does nor in- the !,old and the gleamni of The stars.
dude the cost of equiplnint. iand! the .sh.jf :n, glors of th,, rainbow hus.
100 miles of :ailway has thus a tixil and th ) pallid silver of the nlh'.n HlIf
cbrgKv of hio lhss than $_S!0 p1, nP- w,.,lt wi. th,- crinms.n which
per annum. As Cuba ani ,e, Key \ . '-i.n.,:i ,, .e.,s r,,i. l h...r
must be relied upon for l)1in; s i .n and '. T:. ,u- v e.i -L' *'
k a there is comn etit;on lty ,v\'t-.r. I l,. fr,,' i ,. i iii+.. ..!,i'- an. ; ,.
there is doulbt exrre.-.. . ''h' ,r F h T>. 1!'1 ". < v,.';. -. '. : :h.
enterprise can ee" pay ,*x >,, . i,'. '.'. ,i.t', T ,.,, "*n' {:'w .... ,
Th nr,' i. no .va\-traffice ;, l.i.,j .. ,, I: ., ,." ,,,;, f:
there ar' no lD's<''T l].\in, ;I'*:( t:, '- i .} ., : . :.
r o u t e s a . . i, f , l : a l d i !;1.":, :
t raff c W 7fa -
' ..'t .,r,' .. ll' i i, 4,.. 8 ( 'i' .. 1. I-




raiir "a ', o p ', >\ *d' .' "T ; '- - ,; ." .-'"
suicitriint tratfi.- 1, ja\ i--- DELAND PrGSP.POL S
\\' ii n 1 1- t l'"a- i r r !, 'iI i, 1"
fron S i. Awti, i in eV 'it i r-' ,' ;-. r," ; '",. ;;," ; *. i *. ,, ;..* " ." i 7. _
m' rad IaI--ir i It 4it) it 't ; !,, i o,' 1 ,. .;, ,,
P td :tra i:e'h! '5i i t*' i iip'l *, .\i -, ... , '- *
ed 1 to n mak,' a railr.-iai tfir ii:z ;i
. .,' .'.{;:! ; ,,,;,', ,,f 7."'. ,' .' .\ini T 'is.
swampy. uiinlhal:., C~a14tll oAv ptnd1-<.
What has lb'-..n tlh r',sulI .' l':at!a. >i..
hotels have -prin In, alnd ari till.- '''41i OT th ac" \: ;ilui. pt er.-
each winter witlh Tourst>. Toda", \ i ), [,1",,!;. .'- ab v 'r- ia
that "s n' ian y wildteraess is known ,',., tal<'ii j'1.- ,r !t':i l',;:',,.s, of v,d'-
o1 two contin-l nts as the garden JpoT i ,'rri iil il i ; 81K oi ';i.xa io
of the world, a0'i li'ret lby th,' tal1s ,4f Tl'r. \xas eO :i,. hlt' flj r',.e v*1'
.rPturning travelers, each year ahoiI.-- '*'" I. \'1iif 1 n ;-. Ii t r i'.'i Ii1 I';iio I f
hands o(f Eu o)eans c('Ofni to !)t-;'.m !l ; ..' \V ,h I ih T 'iwn F !;:'.'-. ar
our winter sun.shin eiit'rally consiubrc.I li. ino.-t iini'i-
That nutch having lit n ,1i fi r i,'r,'-tii' readin !-I wl opt, to 1. '-
the mainland of Florida. who >t.n pr,.- ..''i. t' oIr r,.ad,-. 1; h r.';dtn, :Ir-
diet the future of the key.- which h 1i r .- ;h: albov,- f roln;: Ti ,i' ,) !il,.
stretch out in to h13- oc lan son'il :h.. <0 l1.- T ::\ >,'e frI" Thii" >,'i, s I:,,x\
peninsula.? I)lL: d is T i :I r,;ir"f'hinI tora;'.i,
No one disputes thlie faei ;''ia th.-ir aion_ th',1 ro:>.' )f pori ::'.'- .t ,;'.,
climate i.,s as far sup.'rior ,o thI mail; i,'.ri'v -- Il.antj Si;,l,'t.' ,.e-
land as that of Flori.ia is to the froz- -
en north T~i bat- y air of 01i, if REASON ENTHRONED
aRlid t. va-in 7 Ipb -.< of lh1 .Aia::t ,' ] 'c.. a,. .:1 .T ":i-. ,.. a- \* ,.
bid .lack Fres' d riane, i. ;ns ; h, 's -'-.v :,. (',.-'ii:! .' in *. : <*
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Will Th irai lr;)ad pa y '" W!-. can
.n'it ~ n-Ti.'- estCit jztn.

A MATTER OF DESTINY


At the age of sevo'enty-tith', .ar..
Henry M. Flazler se-es approachinit
the fulfillment of his most splendid
dream of progress, says th,- Now
York World.
Humorists o(f ihe pres-s have already
Lbestowed tulon Mr. Flaglor's new lin,
-an extension of the Florida East
Coast road-the title of the s:a-1zine
railway. It is literally that. When
the firt train ran from Mliami iTo
Knight'. Key Wednesday it passe,,
Over thriteen miles of wat.r and nfine-
Seo nflil-s of s-Winierfted Switl.p. Th,'


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19008 STYLrS AND JOKES

Pek a 1,o )0joY s xv. ax &.z- 1'


\\aj- jokes will t('fliw#l'T(.) hutton

La.dioSs, hoe j(IloheZ vWj!1l bo 7*,NkO ) -Jt'
smaller.

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TO CUBA VIA KNIGHT'S KQY

IT is c u rrc n 't I .btn t ffi ci allI;I rt
ported in postal circle's that w iihiii a
short time till of tho Cuban mail xwill
)) haiidl-d via I Ii* F. E'.C. railway.


CAUGHT A TRUNKBACK TURTLE

Wben we visited Miami about a
Year ago the captain of the Barracou-
ta, one of the popular yachts that
winters in that harbor, caught a dia-
mond back tarrapin. a rare species,
and one which excited a great deal of
curiosity.
Lately the same yacht caught what
is called a "trunkback turtle," a still
ni.re curious specimen of the sea.
The captain of the Barracouta was
ix hours landling his turtle after he
%%as harpooined, ;-ii the race was ani
ex(C* '.(tiin Vly -x citi11 ull.'. The turtle
w'+ij h+,! j" ,ouI).U:. andl th*. Ne'v.T;-,
I{;uril i~a\vK'f! 1'oi(ic'.'in .z a~c rn t 01
.- jan lin ;.. f ii,, il tr co Itof
Fhu tri,!ik:'J'j k 8 a ,.'i" s.lp 'cit's of

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SALT-SICK ~m
IN CATU y HC
Of MANY YEARS TO Of Tnt BEST ,,EWCIIwf o0. tu
MARKET FOR DISEASE IV STOCK OF ALL K~INDS
VESqTMSAFPET'1E ANII* MALTh ANIS PA'(75YEtI tT1&W VOMAGO
T1 Lfjti NANIS IS NOT A FOOD e k 1 $-,X tf A T 0Cw "I p.
mbe4 %E IVE IT A TRIAL AN4D SA/t vOjP .MALS
SaI C E 2.5 C(AENTSA ;--cur,,
FORSALES5VALL RETAU v c L YO 5 Nk%$TS ACTURto BY
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14-V W !T1- c. Of Hiria.l Mervi( es.
a dt v) a- iii- V!I 1' i-1) and e1lO x.- t Enbolm ing t o Order


SAVE MONEY BY BUYING CHAMJ Ty
BERLIN'S COUGH REMEDY PUT
if- v il'. )! ii>, j-a -; much for a buoI- FOR SALE
'i,' 4, 'f ( i !t, ,r';ii:'s ('o mi h l t. icl.dv !
",r ;i::v ; t!' ,oilier (,'W th ni dli- ItI )t) e Islai,1 Itls
Sn -. i ,, v;,n ',.. mon.y n t)ilvin. BaI'', R( wcks
i, 'I'. 7. : Iin2 iV. what yot .i.t. not Bl;I('k M~itmr(';al:
xii i I,, p.,' "! ,e" s iir,-,,-. ,e-v(.I. ; ('llr .i) t. l }-
..'":' v i- "7 bottl ,e o: this r,.n,-
l. a:..'l ',,,t 1 ', 0 1, .irl7s whenii Also a few Plymouth Rock Hens, $1
v',,l ,;. i" N ,I -, 4 ,' ct 'd colds (ofTln d(('- !
"''lo)I -,'rio-: (E,< 'litio).. anld wh -iI Pach; and Eggs for Hatching after
",' i iv ,i t ,',' ,' v ': "'* "-* "';; 'i i ^ '-lil TIii^ on!etha
S,,,,. ,,, ,,I. (',:,.,hlri',s" ENTERPRISE POULTRY YORDS
., -. ,,, I ".,! ';,.-- l. v MRS. W. M. SHOCKLEY.
":S -" L." 'n I.owell, Fla.
A.N .L:'C'TOR F'G'T .. ..


PROFESSIONAL CARDS
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Io* lit cill- a! t'wtn, .\ 14mb 711)41 \ CA' \L.A, FLORIDA
f0'" ile by'1:-7] it-~ 1) n iasot andtrin -,n .E.C A E D .S


it was dlis('ovr,',t thliat hi-, left for-,.'leg PRAISES THE BOY SENATOR
ihat t,''l ('ple )(.'t'ly st'v,'red hy the --
T f.11h 1)f .\frica. Nh)ho thIonI.I' t'7 years 1Withthe pIrospeocts b riqght.'ninm? ftor
ols is just in his prime1I. a dtep water harbor. the i).-Oplo of
* A iiiost d<-!i( ;tt. op1wration 'will proh- .. ,, '
a l1)y 1w (10.8it, u()],y'71iofl \ill prmtl)- this city turn -rateful eyves to F ior-
a rl!." Ibe i), rf)'i-for ,1 t~y "(;ator .Joe to)-,
aly, wh..'l 1'' wtl4 b.ya (off the p.1iain-; idla's new an(t1 brilliant Vyuing snator.
i. .<-.'Cion 4:f .\ bino-t forefoot and (l W. J. Brvan. Rsnlts are what appeal
.'.\V ;t1111d ,tr, s ti J wondl.--\V -,t 0o 'he p'ople0 an.,l Senat(,r Br.%an i.
Ialni I 1}4 l('h N.'ws. eatingg results .fi),fr'' h.- is fairly
across the, ilir''sliol1 of hi e ,s-,uas',
WET AND DRY IN OSCEOLA '
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HARDWARE






KNIGHTTMARTIN CO

P At the T. W. Smith &' Co. ,)i,1 S :anl.
OCALA, FLORIDA.
Come and see us when in need of anything in
the way of

Farming Implements,

Wire Fencing,

Stoves, Pumps,

Guns, Ammunitimn,

Sash, Doors,

Blinds, Paint, etc.

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n tazt. everything usually carried ain a ',rst
w class Hardware Store.
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American Wire Fencing,
Sash, Doors and Blinds
Paints. Oils and, Varnishes,
Mill and Mining Supp.es.
Turpentine Snpplier,
Improved Farming Tools.


GET OUR PRICES


Marion Hardware Company


McVER


MACIKY


FURNITURE DEALERS


V' iE A 11 % Y V I: I 1 Y T Ii I N I N T I ,-; I. I N I- () 7

House Furnishings Parlor Suits
S Rugs, Art Squares and Mattings. In Leather, Upholstered and R14"

Bed Room Suits Dining Room Suits
In Mahogony, Birch, Birdseye of all kinds-Mohogany and Oa6.
; Maple and Oak. l J/t
Map and O China and Crockery
:Mission Furniture Complete line-Dinner Setso
In all the different finishes Odd Pieces


All Kinds of Bed and Table Linens, Lace Curtains, Portier
and Upholstering Goods
Heaters, RanLes, Cook Stoves
Full Liine 4f Up-tt)-date Pictures, franiu.l ti, al nfrane, d. and Pic-
ture Mouldings. Full sto,'k
Farm and Turpentine Wagons, Buggies, Harness and Saddim
Exclusive sale of the i)best wagon on earth-the Stuldebaker.
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pOCEEWINGS OF CITY C

Ocala. Fla., Feb. 18
The city council of Ocala


COUNCIL

* 1908.
held a


Secular meeting at council chambers
S on this the 1Sth day of February, 190S.
In the absence of President Robert-
s on. President Pro Tern Charles
BRhetnauer presided.
Members present: Charles Rhein-
Suer. G A Carmichael. 1. NW. Duval.
A* G; ( ;atv,'. E. T. Helvenston. H. C.
Jones. I). E. Melver and .1 M. Meff,,rt.
Written communnincation from E. E.
Conve're-. e,,q l'.sting an ext+n.'-ii)fl of
tim' heretofore given him ti, u..-
South IFourth street in front of plan-
ing ni'll d .i'l-1i l 1 0 South.wo-'t fia -
ter ot I[lock 7% old siirv,. ()(l:; ,(
"* January 1.,,;41. was r.-a *an.i ;;,,,n
nWotilly,) f Mr. t ..lon,. wa- Cran -
ed.


(ComniMunication from Mr. oir:,,-'r,,
Squtsing that th- c irhin- wh ,-r tr;.-
tn off bt contractors b, r'-,." an
.,* thai d'pr,-.M on \v.:> ,li. ,; M i
<;trre't,. atdjoin ,'," M OCK'i< .|M s-iir\
Ocala. aken oul or tcorrct., Sa0.1,
wa.- r,,ter-r,,, ",o tH .- sir,.--: t l:on inii ,-,..
Mr.Ir I)uval. by request: T c,.r'an ,,
th- wets. introduced an orIiud:ic,-
tre.. rising th, hours tO! opteHin, and
closing a!l p)iac,, wh.'r. i1h sllin ( off
spirituoli.s, vinos or mnai liqjors art-
licens-d to be sold. and proviiiing
pna;t> for violation threof 1l ,)on
motion of Mr. Carmichael i0 was ta
bied Ipon n)rl call C. A. Carmichael.
A. G. (ates. 1-. C. Jones. I). E. Mclver
ani C'harles Rheinauer voted to table,.
and i. W. Duval and J. M Meffert
voted no. E. T Helvenston not voting
The following bills, being properly
approved. were ordered paid:
-Semi- monthly pay roll of officers.
aggregating $53.
Semi-monthl% pay roll ef <.,;ric
department. $,l+
L C Smith. $13..'.
CG S Scott & Son. $2,>
J. I. Smoak & Son. V7
C. T Venable. $s.C.4'1
I'pon motion of Mr. Mclv-r bill of
Baxter Camrn for $;C.15 was ordered
paid, after deducting therefrom the
amount due the city for street paving.
Mr Melver mnioved that the contract
betwevin thhe civ of Ocala and the
Fitzg,-raid ( )n-pany be conipii-.d wi:h
by said companya. and that pain o
no furth-r than called for- by said
contract: sc, nle-, byi I Mr. H,'lv.-n-
,ton. andt carried
Ordinance r.-'f,,rre,1i i judiciary
rnmittee Fpebruary 4. 1 '. wa- re-
rted larck w: i h foi'owinn rcom-
mendat io.,
Re-omm,.nde, pa.-sa-.' wi'h fo'i,)ow-
;ng atendlmeint.-
In 'I" .-, "._ ;,% i ." .. """ w nrl
'WI1 b change,-d T isix and the tizur.-
1 be c-ta:_ '.',i ",> ,,
In line . section 2. inmiediate!y
following the word "screens." there
be added Provided, that this section
shall only apl)piy to the windows of
such buildings opening into the audi-
toriurns or audience rooms of the'
.dings named in section 1; and.,
rvided further, that iron bars and
bevy iron screens in windows may be,
placed on hinges. so that they will
open outwards and be unfastened at
the time( ol and during any gathering|
r entertainment held in the buildings
-nned in section 1.
M. MEFFERT. Chhm


their places of business at 9 o'clock

I- r, daily, and also requiring them
to remove all screens or blinds that
are now used to obstruct the view
from the sidewalk in front of their
places of business. And we further
petition Your honorable bodjy that if it
be practicable to pass an ordinance
restricting the numir of saloons to
s i x -
R. L. Anderson, T. T. Mu.nroe Wr
Andrson. Charle S. (uqllIn. Loui .
Chazal, A. E. Gori, Jak. Brown, A.
E. D :ou<.st, David S. Woodrow, M .J.
o--- Geo (. Past-..ur. I. B. (lar.-
S' *. f N. Schlemmni r. rB. A. Weathr.,
A t ;o the st'-'-'! otr blin.i- we r-
OIu,-:d that the o'i~r,-)r inanc,- i, t,

. '- o tp. .! : r '; T i ^t p ..

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I. FM V. IL FV LOI

FROM FERTILE FLORIDA


Wh 's Going Among the Grovwers in
That State
o.. ..-,,f,,:
o.>;; -a;,:., grapefr;ni"
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h a:, !,,.- n :,..* *,a<'i< t.v ; .;... '-,-(', .h c ,,',

R. K Rays., h;( ,.,,.n.u >il:piils
:'! Ill, v ,.rry t n ,. I" ,; I: -t^ ^l t^ ^. "- .
near Palatka
WVilliamI }t. Tuwt-: of Fort Myer
ha> had five acr,.. set OUL with grap.'-
fruit "rees at ImInokalIt-
Wilii:am Kinu ot MI s a.,. b'-n r--
cOivin i t- or so:i.- i- .. >
which sold for 4..,, a la.-.I..
l liiaoicun po"i'ii 14 'o a h9'a\ v i '-
tion thi. y :ar Th.- c;.p, o,;i:
tin.+..
J. W liali of ('itlOl_-a .:--: .'
I>IIl.n his orange s,,' thi> w .'k i. ,
-did to L av.t' a fail >iz'-d c',.p of Vt'rv
fine fruit
t" C. Fran; andt I. II. W ii. ,n. '!I,'K-
ers at P:;.iroii, \V( Liusa countyty,. ,'
prt-paring to plant_ ac-,.s i ll a! -r-
melon.- and cantaloupel.-:.
T L,, { r:a it,-r drop;) t .;_2 o .'
day last C, ; 'F-.;I h
r(oA t ,X I 'r on .:. '" "".
and n,)o 1iIli %a> d(iol,1 1 1.':i" I .,
vegetable --.
hi is ,- ;::.a ,'d that it \ iill ak.' 7,-
cars to ('alV\ i (* 1 : o iF{ !i, cr'>>
,ronim th- !'i('.x(i1'T t'aiits ab., \\'\ia -'
(-huIla Tu nidrk I, inl t 'at t rop
wi!l nt,' th erW F.', no ",.-: Th11,C

V.eirsda;,,' I~tri" 'rs ar'" \t, r\ Li, v
Ipreparing titeir land1rIs for t1,. > ii..
* V'o;.' .\:; ;i,' ; ,, 'I .* w 'Iirli" !] i- h v.,
!tWtln lan t-,l ()an ,'.-: and i ra;.frU it
;li ,-',>j..,.Vy q ".,a.i;;. it'' ; ,. f i ov n li \.):,lg I ','ii
I here, now.
i i.ai t-ned i) oni 'rui t grower
:ha "no- nitore th n p.I 1 c 't. of th,-
orang- crop south of Tar!'vn Springs
has been shipped yet owing to thu'
low prices in the north. If this is true
it means a lot of work for soei, one.
It is -aid that at Ovtido there are,
magnificent orange groves yer la,!.n


with ripe fruit unmarketed
th,' low prices, offered, and ;
malorket revive! andt b'ttr'- pt
va.l. fully on.-Third of the'
lN, losst by %droppiniz off the
In -peakin- of the Comn.1


I ANNOUNCEMENT

For Sheriff
iOcala, Fla., Feb. 10. 1908.
To the Democratic Voters of Marion
County, Florida:
I hereby announce that I will be a
candidate for tht- office of sheriff of
Marion county in the coming demo-
cratic primary of 190S.
I respectfully solicit the support of
the people of Marion county, and if
(-elected to this office I pledge an hon-
,s and impartial administration of
T, ,]utios of said office.
Respectfully.
JOHN P. GALLOWVAY.
For Representative
A t i" req,: sy: o :a ii :'ih'r of ci
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-';;,i, ,-' r ,. : .,.,,*" ,", )o f .M a y I' ,
::' .,., ar. i -.. ': a l *, l:. a .pr .c'c ia',. T 1it.
W.:;. \V I[ (\I{N

For Superintendent of Pub'ic Instruc-
tion


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.i. !. ;i"!NSON

For Sheriff
"", '. I)'P,1 ""* \'o '-rX of Mariaon

I 4 r,^pt.c'f';i v .:lIIO:lnC, myn ..'f a
at.,ia:,- fr h,. i,,tii of sht'riff of
-' li:':,+!i .', iln '.y ;< :r I (^ im .) I y r ,'f-
o!'l ) : '.1i ,''*c"- aliolLn' lou ai s 1 y jus-iitifcati)l
ir a,-kiiu fur t!:i o ctc' at y)tlr hand(Is.
S,., c!r "-I I )ro"i,.. a fai'hful I)t.rfor
;i:i.r.,'. ,, tht. dl',..- of th' office'. wi'h
T:,' tr:' n.+'tl ,* r,'; ja'"' l it)r ,.T- n IK l -- I"
I:;iAS ('H.AS Y NMIIILER

For Memrnbe'- Legislature
S ir a ',azi n : i-1a: for th*' le islatuire
..- ,jt o r :,s *-o ern:ng the
Iril'.:ri,. ,.t. ,orr l -- | ss .xp*11 "
*" I-: a1%i! low 'r taxation.
IL. S. I.(;HT.


TAXES DUE.


-.,t,, andi co,,.nrv taxes for 1967 are
',oni !a-t .TI., If jaynent is delayed
too Io .-. pI'<-,,. T;,- will be sold for
"a X's. t Ve.' '', *.'*f-inl" extra expense
t0 or.,ners E. L. CARNEY.
1-:2-:n. Tax Coll.ector.
Ocala. Fla..

ADMINISTRATOR'S NOTICE FOR
FINAL DISCHARGE

Noii-e, i. herei-. given that on the
s,,v'n'-enth day (t Augrust A. D. l! at the h our of t,,n o'clock a. mi.. the un-
',}'rsiind., as the a lministrator of the
estate of James t1. Howard. late (of
Marion county, ,deceased, will make
application to thet County Judge for
Marlon County.. F.,)rida, for a final
discharge of his administration of said!
estate a0nd at t-1. -ame time present
his final accounts.
c9cra-oqbshrdlu rdluuuuu
2-14-,m .IAMES H. HOWARD.
Administrator's Notice of Final Die-
charge.
Notice is hereby given that on the
19th day of August, A. D., 1908. the
undersigned Administrator of the es-
tate of Henry T. Spooner, deceased,
will present to the Hon. Josenh Bell.


Owlingn o h on T~ehBl
owing t,) County Judge of Marion county, Flor-
nless thY Ida, my final account as administra-
rices r~ tor of said estate.
,'ro, w:I' Santon, Florida. September 5. 1907
tr.',,- HENRY G. SPOONER,
S(rdi'. strator of the estate of


\ (r. ;ATES. cro;1 ,he Vo:us>ia ',Co t 'v Icrd a: ^Henry T. Spooner, deceased. 9-6-6m
I.. W. DI\AL "Wii'h normal coILidiion -o,: iinuin,
Judiciary committee' also recom- "ht-r,- wi;: b E all inl'-'il"se hloi0ni on NOTICE
mended the passage of the aniendmen'lt he-. oraiL' tree.,s i- seaso. W, Ih m., In the,' Circiit ('CourL of the Fifth Ju-
to the health ordinance rprospI'ct of as lare,' a crop as- te, dicial Circuit of Florida in and for
As to screens and blinds, we re- s.late evr produced prior to the it:a;al Mariron ('Coun'y.--In Chancery.
commend that th ordinance no(w on re,..z o)f ielvt,' v.ears a.ro The Fastering Brothers Company, a
S- Cor portionn Organized and Existing
the books be enforced: the other per- The, shipment of beans. e'.,!,ry .let- ndrthe Laws of the State of
Union of the, petition we understand will tuce and cabbage from Oviedo ar,, lib-1 outk Carolina. Complaints. vs.
be embodiied in an ordinance. oral. Irish potato and 1wa'ernI,-,li ,'W. H. Redding. Defendant-Orler
.. M.- MEFFERT. planting: is the oritr of the ,lay n )w for Constructive Service.
L.. \V. DUVAL. wi~h so)nme of the truckers. The ciclin-| It is orderd that tho defendant
Reports of jludciary commit' b-r crop ids fair h)e at)undlant ant, herein named, to-wit: V. H. Redding,
i ~ ~ ~ ~ ~ ~ ~ h 2 .* .i i bnd boa is ht~roby required to appear
were adopted -hippin will soon l0cin. t:,iid e an h i hereby require, d to appear
"rr 'iiiiu i toi thebill of complaint filed in tilbis
Mr. I)uval moved to refer back to f.avoralle w.ath.r conditions cotinu t Mp nt e in
Mr. cause on or before Monday. the 2nd
unfinished business Carried th,,e outpu: of truck whil! b,, much lara- day of March. 19on.
Therupon ordinance to provide nr than ever before.-New York Pro i t ;q further ordered that a copy of
per exits for buildings, etc.. was duce, News. this orlter be published once a week
.. .. -.. ;.. .. -n.1 h.v- -fr four (A\ nnn ,nirn it it' o l.i' in the


NOTICE

In the Circuit Court of the Fifth Ju-
dicial Circuit of the State of Flor-;
ida. in and for Marion County-In
Chancery.
Jane Atkinson et a!, Complainants, vs.
K. F. J. Schilmann and E. A. F.
Bene. as Co-Partners Under thp
Firm Name of Schilmann & Bene.
et al. Defendants.
To the defendanTs, E. J. V. At-
kinson. and E. J. V. Atkinson, ex-
,-'.*:rix of ('oirnhb'is C. Atkin-
son. M. E. Atkinson, S I) .\tkinson.
I!. D Atkinson and \V. K At.:inson.
la.-- t C. AllricI:. ('C arles Ald.rich,
. 1.- IL. Davi-. ;t;,,r i-! Davis. Ar-
";n. D. ('rovk,". ai,'l .!.:' *-rth Atkin-
* n Cl,.arv
", ;i ." .' :. ,"a l f o" ;'.i"^ ',-re- '
r *,':i:" i t ,: f con -
p alL:;t ;:. at .j jf a ; D -
^ion~ia .. :;; 1 i: i ..f ul .tr It is f'r'h-,r ,,r ;, :,. !iar this or-, er
,.' p,:i ........ ii :,;-, ( )h ia .a t{,n p."!'. a.
;.+.'*t.--^k n +w .-;;.a)' 'r i,'ihii-h++, in M a-
r:oil 'r .>';i: i . ri'r ia for or;n a .. k
tor f,,>^r r.,,it f(.c-'-] .. w .,ks,:
Iti \Vi4 st1,, v.h ,,r, I h a y ,, h ,r. 'in ,0
, + m.? y han.i anil afix-, I o....
<,al ,:f' -:a. ii ,' .':; "''is. :h ." "2 ,th" .lay. ,,.!;

S. T SISTRI'NK.
('i-r.-k 'i:.! (',tiurt. Marion C .. F a
!-:J1 I',, ii. B F ,,y. Jr.. I) (7.
i(-CE'RF-:R & I)-VAI..
S.,ici >:, fr (',ompilainan -

NOTICE TO CREDITORS

l-c .at,-e .. 'i-rr -'s anil a'l oth',r
p.-r(,n. having: claims or ,!t,,n:ln
against th, e-'stat- of Sirnier A. Bul-
lock. d(''asel, to prest-nt the samnf to
the ulind'-rsiLn-d,, d adl innistrator within
two yn .ars of tho iia',, hreo(f.
Datei O(ala. Florida. February 1..
1 --,. RAYMONI) B.I'!.L K.
Administrator ,of E-tar.- f Sumt,.r
A. B lock. lD ,c',a-d. 2- -'st."

DISSOLUTION OF CO-PARTNER-
SHIP
Notice is hereby givfyn that the firm
of Marcus Frank and Thomas H. tlar-
ris, doing business innder the, firm
nami- of Frank & lIarris. was dissolv-
ed on the 21st day of January. 190)8.
hy Thoma.s H. Harris rietlrin. and
Marcus Frank assuming all liabilities
of the firm, and to whom all accounts
due the firm must be paid.
MARC'S FRANK.
THOMAS T1. HARRIS.
Ocala. Fla., .Jan. ,,. 1.QS. 1-31.


NOTICE
In the Circuit Court of the Fifth Ju-
dicial Circuit of the State of Flor-
ida. in an,! for Marion County-In
Chancery.
Jane Atkinson er a!. ('Complainants,
vs. K. F. J. Schilmann and E. A. F.
Be'ne, as ('o-Par ners U'nder the
Firm Namn ( of Schilimann & Bene,
ot al. I)Defendlants. .
To the de'fendants4, K. F. J.1. Schil-
mann and E. A. F. Bene. as co-part-
ners under the firm name of Schil-1
mann & Bne. Clarence Lipman. Clar-
ence Lipman. trustee. George Atkin-
son and Georze M. Hubbard and T. W.
Hood, as co-partners under the firm
name of Hubbard & Hlood, and W. M.
Ross.
You. and each of you. are herebyj.
required to appear to the bill of corn-
plaint delivered against you in this
cause on Monday. th, sixth day of
April. A. D. 191,,.
It is further ordered tha" this or-,
der be published in the Oca!a Banner,
a weekly newspaper published in Ma-
rion county. Florida. once a week for'
eight consecutive weeks.
In witness whereof. I have hereun-1
to set my hand and affixed the official,
seal of said court this the 2th dlay'
of January. A. D. 19"S.
S. T. STSTRI'NK.
Clerk Circuit Court. Marion Co F!a. i
1-.l By1 I. B. Foy. Jr.. ). C.
HOCKER & DUVAL.
Solicitors for Complainants.

NOTICE TO CREDITORS
Notice is hereby ziv-en to all cred.-
itors. 1oPznte><>-_ anc nyn i-~ i q1 floi


S t- III-I I:.- C k T-. 3 I \ r l t y II I ( t, a LI I V 'I I
other persons having claims or de-
mands against the estate of Thomas
H. Wallis. deceased,, to pre-ent the
same to the undtirsigne(d administra-
trix within two years from the date
hereof.
Dated. ( nla. Fla .Janiarv 4. 1f>,S.
MARIE ODONA WALLIS.
As AdtnIministraTrx W\'ith the Will An-
nexed of the Estate of Thos. H.
W alli 1.1i- t.
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NI'V I ILE-
In the Circuit Court of the Fifth .Tu-
dicial ('ircuit of Flori,!a. In and forl
Marion Couirt y-In Chancery.
Henan Conwell Waldron. Complain-
Sant. vs. Lee Waldron. Defenlant.-.
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Sold by KNIGHT S LANG, Ocalo, Flo,"

You see these words on nearly every wagon that drives by your
oor, and the same could be said of Carriages, Buggies and Harnes.
here must be a reason for this-and there is-a good one: When w
egan doing business with the people of this vicinity we decided to
andle only a line of goods that would need no apology. The result
s apparent already. We reasoned that we could not afford to handle
he Shears, Sawbuck & Co.'s, or mall order house quality of goodil
s we must do business with our neighbors and not with customers a
thousand miles distant .Our lines have been carefully selected. Our

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Baltimore Penny Candies,

Great Southern Department Mixed Candies in Tubs,

Checker Pop#Corn in Cases.,

Armour's "'Veribest" Canned Meats,

Full Line of the Famous Royal Scarlet Goods,

Smoking and Chewing Tobaccos, and Cigars,

Flavoring Extracts in Several Grades,

Big Line of Salmon of the Beast Packs,

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