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Title: The Ocala banner
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Title: The Ocala banner
Uniform Title: Ocala banner
Ocala banner (Ocala, Fla. 1883)
Alternate Title: Ocala daily banner
Daily banner
Physical Description: Newspaper
Language: English
Creator: Ocala banner
Publisher: The Banner Pub. Co.
Place of Publication: Ocala, Fla.
Ocala Marion County Fla
Publication Date: March 1, 1901
Frequency: weekly[]
weekly[ former aug. 25, 1883-dec. 28, 1888]
daily (except sun.)[ former dec. 30, 1888-]
Subject: Newspapers -- Ocala (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
Newspapers -- Marion County (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
Genre: newspaper   ( marcgt )
Spatial Coverage: United States -- Florida -- Marion -- Ocala
Coordinates: 29.187778 x -82.130556 ( Place of Publication )
Additional Physical Form: Also available on microfilm from University of Florida.
Dates or Sequential Designation: Vol. 17, no. 12 (Aug. 25, 1883)-
Numbering Peculiarities: Issues for 1884 later called new ser., v. 2.
General Note: Editors: T.W. Harris, F.E. Harris, C.L. Bittinger.
General Note: Publisher varies: Frank Harris & Frank Harris, Jr., <1913
General Note: Description based on: New ser., v. 2, no. 14 (Dec. 1, 1883).
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Volume ID: VID00577
Source Institution: University of Florida
Holding Location: University of Florida
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Resource Identifier: oclc - 18660476
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The paper "Of

the People, tor the People and by the People."


MARCH 1, 1901.


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No other article used in the domestic
economy of the household has so many
enthusiastic friends among the house-
keepers of America.
No other article of food has received
such emphatic commendation for purity
and wholaesmemn from the most em-

unmt audwtihs*

Last Tuesday morning at eleven I
o'clock at the home of her parents on I
Ocklawaha avenue, Miss Jessie Barco
was united in marriage to Mr. Samuel
Lester Patterson, of Miami.
Rev. Howard Dutil, pastor of the
Methodist church, read the ceremony
that made them man and wife.
Owing to the death of the sister of
the groom a short time ago the wed-
ding was very quiet, only the imme-
diate family and relatives being

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The great popularity and general

use of the Royal Baking Powder

attest its superiority.

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wi*.al.i*lic uatec*r lwlz ri.,

Avoid the imitation powder,. They
are sold cheap because they are
made from alum. But alum is a
-,oison dangerous to use ain food.


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4HA- -!',.I..I AN'i Wl IlltUT MRJIT
"a j, itl iII 10 oll 1 HI. HIL.L; NOR
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CAUA ELA2ZT5 EARIS. Local Editor.

h hala hia ,quite a large number of
Sauat-ul golfers.
The Ocala House arrivals are now
prinuted in the Time%-I lWion and Citi-

Borated Talcum Powder, nicely
perfumed. Pkc per box, at Tydings &
o'e drug store.
Mi. '. C'. tSinm, of Anthony, was
aaMung the Banner's many callers the
early ;o.rt of the week.
Mr. 1. l)odd Israel, of New York,
w&- in tlie a gue-lt of th-e (iala Hiouse.
Mit. Walter Davis. wife and chil-
*re-it of I'alatka, were registered at
th- < .-:ela House last Monday.
Me--ur-. Fred King and Henry Dut-
.n, .lr., of Gainesville, were regis-
:reml at the (kala House this week.
Judge Bullock recently gave a 'pos-
*am upper to a number of his friends
which was charmingly delightful.
MIsi Mary Foster, of Oamesville,
leut a few days in Ocala this week,
.e guest of Mr. Dna Mogan Smith.
th.t and Mrs. J. J. Pyle returned
ast week from a short visit to old
frieund- i Brookaville, their former

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M I .' ic. '-:tt lthrotL aind lutirg
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Mi 2 9. and will re'mi'u -avral
A\~- II.' i- looking the' picturee ,f

l',xa. Arkansas and other
So e-r -.f handle fa<-torie, are being es-
:.-1=-h1. Why would not a handle
'a'-torV pay illn <<;,.'
I ii.. I .'klawaia river steamers are
4 1i1 a vi vy tixctllent 1, this
*-~- I *r the lpa-t two weeks they
niv' 1 *.i-e: < r.owded wilh the tourist-
** :yn,.!lt-Wtiit,'onm! party.
I .1, .!. Hlit Ti e I(oet anid pu .-

Mr. J. W. Pearson has purchased a
fine, high-stepping animal.
(o to the Railroad Restaurant.
"Jolly John" will treat you right.
Mr. F. M. Long, postmaster and
merchant of Cordeal, was in cur city
If you want neat, artistic, up-to-
date job printing call at the Ocala
Banner job rooms or send in your or-
Mr. J. N. Strobhar had the misfor-
tULe to lose his residence and its en-
tire contents at Gainesville last Sat-
urday by fire. The insurance does
not cover the loss.
Miss Earhart, of Myers, Maryland,
recently sold a walnut tree that stood
in her yard for $155. There are a
great many tree in Florida that some
day will bring handsome money.
Mr. H. E. Taylor. cashier of the
First National Bank of <;ainesville,
and his wife, were the guests of Mr.
and Mrs. J. M. IWarco this week. Tuey
came to be present at the Patterson-
Bareo nuptials.
Queen Anne Hair Tonic is the best
preparation for cleaning the scalp and
promoting the growth of the hair.
Now is the time for dandruff. This
tonic will keep the scalp clean and
healthy. Tydings & Co. I
The American Kaolin Company,
located near Yalaha, in Lake county,
has begun operations and is in full
blast. It is the third factory of its
kind in the state. Its output is one
hundred and fifty tons daily.
Mr. W. T. Bell, who has been visit-
ing Dr. Dan Morgan Smith all the
winter, is now in <'itra paving his old
friend. Hon. -i. T. Wartmann, a visit.
They were boys to

and are talkimn.. over o!i times.
'i T were two il'nches" of rainfall
.M11ontl't :iiht, i alid fl't Sundaifty,
NM i7n:ay. Tut.-dAly al(i \VWtdinesdaiy
',,r'iini.,-. I'ortuniately ithI. d:iinage
lt vt '-t:t!,sis and fruit tie ,'s i very
-nal1l, if i'ny t all.
Headache often results from a dis-
ordered condition of the stomach and
constipation of the bowels. A dose
or two of Chamberlain's Stomach and
Liver Tablets will correct these disor-
ders and cure the headache. Sold by
the Anti-Monopoly Drug Store. m
Mr. Charley Anthony, of Muncie,
Ind., is among the winter visitors to
Florida. He spent a week with his
brother. Collector S. P. Anthony. at
Cedar Keys, and has been down the
E'a-t Coast as far as Miami. He says
the hotels art overflowing.
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A.\ I'tr tl ''I-iiktif :t .I''dilritV
b'reatkfat-t '-erved to Ihe utt sts.
'Mr. aind Mrs. lPattersion left on the
il*noon train for Jaeck-iniville, where
they will spend a few days before go-
ing to their home in Miami.
The bride has lived in Ocala only
about a year, but before that time
had often visited relatives here. She
has endeared herself to all who know
her by her winning ways and gra-
cious manners, and it is with sincere
regret that we part with her.
The groom is a rising young lawyer
of the firm of Graham and Patterson,
and is city attorney of Miami.
The Banner extends to Mr. and Mrs.
Patterson its congratulations and best
Miss Cornell to Wed.
The announcement of the engage-
ment of Miss Cecile Cornell and Mr.
Mack Corbett is the subject of interest
in society generally, and especially
among the numerous friends of this
popular couple. Miss Cornell is the
eldest daughter of Mr. George Cor-
nell and has received a flattering de-
gree of admiration and attention dur-
ing her young ladyhood. Mr. Corbett
is highly esteemed among a large cir.
cle of acquaintances, who will warm-
ly congratulate him upon his present
good fortune. The wedding will be
solemnized on April llth at St. Paul's
Episcopal church, and the bridal cou-
ple will spend a month in New York
City.--Atlanta Constitution.
Miss Cornell is a popular belle of
Macon. She is well known in Ocala,
having spent several winters here the
guest of her cousin, Mrs. E. L. McIn-
tosh, nee Miss Haley.
Seven Years in Bed.
"Will wonders ever cease?" Inquire
the freinds of Mrs. L. Pease, of Law-
rence, Kan. They knew she had been
unable to leave her bed in seven years
on account of liver and kidney trouble,
nervous prostration and general debil-
ity, but "three bottles of Electric Bit.
ters enabled me to walk," she writes,
"and in three months I felt like a new
person." Women suffering from head-
ache, backache, nervousness, sleepless-
ness, melancholy, fainting and dizzy
spells will find it a priceless blessing.
Try it. Satisfaction guaranteed by
Garrett & Gerig. Only 50c. 5
Wasbingto Birthday Hop.
The Washington birthday hop, giv-
en in the armory last Friday night by
the younger society crowd, wasl well
attended and highly enjoyed. About
twenty-five couples were present.
Shortly after nine o'clock the dance
was begun with the grand march, led
by Mr. Northcutt and one of his pu-
pils. The program consisted of twen-
ty numbers and four entras. The mu-
si, wea- furnished by the Oeala House
(Or'i-estra. At a few minutes past
twelve o'l( 1'k '"Houw', Swvet Home"

wa.s playal and the young lpopile all
left, liaf'vi L iSienit u I most delightful

Marriage of Miss Johnson.

NMi-s Martha Johnson. of St. Louis,
and Dr. Eagleston, of Kansas City,
were married in the former city on
the evening of the nineteenth.
MissJohnson was a trained nurse
and spent winter-before-last in our
city, and is pleasantly remembered
by the many friends she made while
Dr. and Mrs. F.igleston will make
their home in Brunswick, Georgia.
Grant Mitchell Dead.
Grant Mitcheil, one of the colored
porters of the Ocala House, dropped
dead Tuesday morning at a little af-
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G (aranteed to Cure or no Pay

This is a Tonic that -+"

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Only 50 ceits at.

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Death of Captain Wasson. ..-

Monday morning at five o'clock
Captain Robert B. Wasson died sud-
denly of heart failure at his home on
Main street.
Captain Wasson was born in Maine
Sin 1830. During the civil war he
served as captain of the Maine volun-
unteers. He came to Florida soon af-
ter the war and settled in Gainesville,
but moved to Ocala in 1880, where he
has ever since resided. He worked
for Robinson & Co., and afterwards
was on the police force for a number
of years. For the last few years he
has been night watchman at the F.
C. & P. depot.
Captain Wasson leaves a wife and
several brothers to mourn his death.
The funeral services were held
Tuesday morning at ten o'clock and
were conducted by Rev. W. J. Wil-
liams, of the Baptist church.
The remains were laid to rest in the
old cemetery.
An Honest Medicine for La Grippe.
George W. Waitt, of South Gardi-
ner, Me., says: "I have had the
worst cough, cold, chills and grip and
have taken lots of trash of no ac-
count but profit to the vender. Cham-
berlain's Cough Remedy is the only
thing that has done any good what-
ever. I have used one bottle of it and
the chills, cold and grip have all left
me. I congratulate the manufactur-
ers of an honest medicine." For
sale by the Anti-Monopoly Drug
Store. m
At the Christian Convention.
Among those attending the Chris-
tian convention at Jacksonville from
Ocala we note the following: Rev. V.
D. Colyer, Rev. J. R. Biggs, Rev. and
Mrs. W. H. Coleman, Mr. and Mrs.
Henry C. Groves, Mrs. Waterman,
Miss Fara Whitfield and Misses hola
and Johnnie Liddon.
A Sheriff Killed.

Mr. W. B. Matthis, sheriff of Su-
wannee county, was killed last Mon-
day by a negro desperado. After re-
ceiving a mortal wound the sheriff
shot and killed the negro also.


are remarkable here. We sell a good
quality Plain Opauue Shade mounted
on spring roller for
This includes brackets and slate. Bet-
ter qualities at 35, 40 and 50 cents.
Fringed window shades at
These are extraordinary good values.
We can supply them in the following
colors: light olive, pea green, dark
green, terra cotta, ecru, light buff and
robbin's egg blue.
N. Magnolia St.., doors from Public Square
Pianos and organs tuned, regulated
and repaired in a first claw manner.
Also make a specialty of repairing
fine violins and guitars.

W. 8.
P. 0. Box 655, Ocala, Fla.


Reliable man for manager of branch
office we wish to open in this vicinity.
If your record is 0. K. here is an
opportunity. Kindly give good refer-
ence when writing. The A. T. Morris
Wholesale House, Cincinnati, Ohio.
Illustr-ted catalogue 4 cts, stamps. 12t
Plants, Plants !
30,000 Big Boston Lettuce Plants.
50,000 Bermuda and Creole Plants.
Besides other plants that will soon
be ready.
For sale at J. B. Smtrrow's
Seed Store, 28 and 30 Exposition et.




Ti," ago:ix;n it.'hin and burning of the skin, as in E.,'uima;
the frihittul -caling as in ipsoriasis: the loss of hair and crusting of
thl scalp, as in called head; the facial disfigurement, as in pimplest
and rinigwormn: the awful suffering of infants and the anxiety of
wo(nI-out pariet.s, as in milk crust, tetter and salt rheum-all demand
a remrndy of almost superhuman virtues to successfully cope with
them. That CUTICURA remedies are such stands proven beyond all
doul(t. No statement is made regarding them that is not justified by
the stron~cst evidence. The purity and sweetness, the power to af-
ford ina:iadiate relief. the certainty of speedy and Itwrmanent cure,
th. absolute safety and great economy have made them the stand-
ard skin cures and humor remedies of the civilized world.

Complete Treatment $1.25
Th.i aria'tuc't is simple. direct, agreeable and economical, and is
ad.iIaI l ti:1 the younz'. s in"ar,:. as .ell as adults of every age.
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Rheinauer & Co. announce a noteworthy opening of Dress Goods for
Early Spring. A number of Bargains are offered. Also the first showing of
new Silk Striped Ponzinett and Fil de Soie. High ela-;s novelties in Foreign
Zephyrs at an attractive price. An important sale of Novelties in White
Goods, Pique, Dimities, Lawn plain and striped. Organdies in all leading
shades for evening wear. A showing of new Embroideries, Laces and Ladies'
Belts at attractive prices. A special sale of Dress Skirts and balance of Wool
Drews Goods. Extraordinary values in Gents' Negligee Shirts and Ties. The
special feature of the Corset Department is the "W. B." correct form, in
sizes I's to :3;, at -Al.o. Anumberof specials in Wash Silks for Ladies' Waists,
and new weaves of Black Silks for Skirts. Bargains in Smyrna Riugs, Mat-
tings, Lace Curtains, Shades and ready made Sheets and Pillow Cases. Extra
value in Shoes for Men, as the well known makes of Banister, Foot Glove and
Crosett; the Iegina and Queen City Shoes for ladies. And an unusual offilr-
ing in the Clothing Department.


Don't forget to see the dress goods
for Easter at M. Fishel's.
The best meal to be had in the city
at the Railroad Restaurant.
General Botha, the Boer general,
has surrendered to, General Kitchener.
Terkeeween is the best liniment on
earth. Sold and guaranteed by Ty-
dings ,% Co.
Wim M. Evarts, of New York, t.x-
tenator and ex-l'nited States attor-*
ney-general, died yesterday.
Mr. Crosby and family, of Dunnel-
!on, have moved to Ocala and are o'- .
cupying the Gall'ney residnl'e onil
Fort King avenue.

A correspondent asks us what con-
stitutes the convict trust and answers
himself as follows: "A combination
,of men agreeing upon a certain price
for the lease of the convicts who have
committed crimes against the peace
and dignity of the state."
Hion. A. S. Mann, formerly senator
from Hernando county, was in Ocala
Monday and honored u- with a fliend-
ly call. For some years Senator Mann
has made his home in Tennessee but
has again declared his allegiance to
Florida. HIe is pushing and progress-
ive al always commands success.
Ocala is enjoying a visit from Dr.
O. W. Weeks, of Marion, Ohio.
Ilh is ,, iin ii |i v lhis' wif T Thel

I n h is first ofli ia l to u r o f thile co u n .. .... 1 .. .
n hi+ fir-t otlial tourI doctor is contributing a very interetst-
ty Hon. Alfred Ayer, Marioni county lt .II ,ries of letters to the Mariot
new assessor of taxes, is making Daily Mirror. lie is very nh le-
t.elf extremely pjpular. lighted with our .;,liate aniid --ecs a
Wallace Kel.ey, aged seven year,-, great future for Floridla.
-n (of Conductor Kels.y, (ietd f -car- ". i Shot" in t (t < nrtial Fiantr i'
fever at the Wells H- ouIe. M,- lle Mn." .' J unl ay that the
iilia street, ye.-terolay. l'iin Level southern IIn4itute clos-ed
Mr. Gcortre Stokes i- "t,~ ini '" tlie it- annual .~es-ion la! TItues-lay iii'-lit.
ilat at Stokvt' ferry. Tie' ppelt.,, ti a re rThe c',I-ing exher,.ist- were gra.ld, in
:i)gr,.- which tli -tu- l n:t ,,,'k ;n :t'ltiv .
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gage took the stumps., ne cycie 1
the orange, for the time being, had
terminated, and the cycle of the pig
was introduced.
We have been at considerable pains
to collate authentic instances of some
things which can be done as well as
other things, and which have been
done, but always'with,'ut a mortgage-
someII of them before the orange indus-
try was disturbed, when prices were
high lut transportation facilities no-
where near equal to those of the pres-
ent times.
An rangee (Coiunty farmer -hippedi a
part of his surplu-s ,weet i' W'orce-.ter, M:.-'... i sold them at t5.;,,
a barrel. 'lThey \eie l't sli' li ;ai
Floridian-, prefer, however.
Some Bradford County farmers cluti-
ofed together aIitt- -a'1 e t .1 tqu-hel crate of
strawberries to Bo-.)tol, wilere it .-'ld

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aitl plants fri it two .i .l's )of p-ineap-
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Having now taken the management
of our stove wood business ourselves,
we name tlt-.schedule of rates below-
, ,i t o i a :-"- v:u C b ., t packed. or -o- <, .:
ft. t th:;'own in; 1 -'.
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I:n' a 1,ad. ;iI kl iii '5 cu i f .
;),.Ii c(d i1 town. ca'h .,n clivia ry.
i'artict. owning a team. wi liing wotd f'ir thq.:r
,w ii- ..- a et .t tat the factory at the- a:P
;.i -, f ; c i r cent per ,;iic fo. t. o ,- ,,
-*n- pt : i :' i:c nt, lp;: .ke' d Iy the luad.
()rdlei can be )placed at our office by
ho'litii- N,. S, or by mail, Box 727.
.,-7 0. \V. REAOAN, Agt.

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liro otin l''foe te t'u1~4:d4,i1 ''~ ~ $ a brr~!.7

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'4l.S. .SAH, BLINDS,
4 J .ld fancy Glass A Speciality
-- te'nl-C n ouir make, whiich we
; superiorr to ny sold
-outh av,, thereby save
OfaC and warerooms. King ,;ppsite Caneon

Lynching in Indiana.
FTerre Haute, Ind., a city of 10,,om,
population, had a lynching last Tues-
day. George Ward, a negro, murdered
t Miss Finkelstein, a school teacher
He was seized by a mob and hung,
and his body was afterwards cut dowL
and buried.
The Best Prescription for Malaria.
'hill.: and fever is a bottle of Grove's
Tasteless Chill Tonic. It is simply
ir.n andl quinine in a ta-steles. form.
N,, ure, no pay. Price -.) cents.

A Pointer for Plumbers.
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Emnbalmniig to OrdW.
A! 3r42ra trzom L 'r:-.,, iary. -1 i:t
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Is a N ecessi ty

TO ILhojipy hoMe, and D. S
can Wv, a polatible r~d
ittew if 'bey arero I
handledbfoete .b
kitchen. Our stalls at the
nial'ket are well supplied
thearppliance. for ;41"lj eIMy '
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Florida Times-Liion andCitizen. FOR SA LE.
Money Crops Grown With Brains.
There is a laconism of Miles on
humor and bucolic philosophy corn- W white Plymoth Rock
bined in the saying that "the pig is
the gintleman that pays the rint." .g from pure bred
The orange was the yellow-hued Chi* eggs,
nese fairy that paid the mortgage. irto
The tragedy of the situation consisted Virginia stock.
in the fact that there should be a mort-
gage, for a mortgage is a cancer and a Apply at
cancer seizes upon system only when
the blood is fevered and distempered Neely's Shoe tore,
with riotous living. The orange paid
for the barrel of Pillsbury's best, for
the Chicago porterhouse steak, and M erchants Block.
for the mortgage; but what did the
mortgage pay for? It l-aid for the F'oreinl
land, to carry another mortgage, to pay F
for more laud.Z!
Then came.the Last Days of the A nd D om estic
Florida mortgage ta la Bulwer). A-
the rich and luxurious lowland prov- C t t S e d
inces of th orange belt lay wrapt in 0 C o n e
the peaceful slumber which descends I am now prepared to furnish the
upon the Floridian, whether mort- farmers of this section with the very
gagor or mortgagee, the volcanic ashes Iest grade of Domestic or Imported
of Dakota rained all night upon the (ottoniSeed for 1PAl planting-in any
earth, and in the morning the mort- quantity. Also Al Fertilizers.
..... fii Prices Reasonable


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vio, 'r.there u- laswi tal -o Iv'task.(:tt 6-titk 1
in newspajwr:- and in pui lic ji!:lces ing t leI
which ii ugge-t- thitigs Rnot very hive to ettv (oi
think about, and which imlputes to sit, Z
4'Qlfairl offlieial% of tile Ptate e',i1i11i.-t (i'-owded(
that is -eun datou-. i f xi i (,I % u-rt, in thitIie oukI
making (if these 'n't I.oli
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ill hsand ill thi. mn~atter.
Thke main jiurrm)-*e 'if thiis" article is..
Ito call putalie attention tof) Itgood nib.
Iaf rtunity. The present situation
giv.- our j'opeo~- the chance to rid(
til(e4'Ielve" of the entire 4-onvict lease
~ystemn. Now is the time to get 111001
tile statute il.)okf. a law whihel shall
f'.rlold the'Ihiring, Iea.iig or working
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larincs p.dl tirler store in the
the- priateijial hthiijte-s street,
.-.ln-lves and (101unters are
J 1 ~tI'i 11Z10 to -iIi ng with i As
. 1 ..te i'~ 4 1 E% W'Is evel,

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Th'l.i (:oiula l:iiiit-r ,--iea' k- l",r ti a
firmn i v onitiii ed ihare of patrounire.
Presbyterian "Stocking Social."
Make your arrangements to attend
this unique entertainment, to be giv-
en by the ladies of the Presbyterian
church. Friday evening, March 1, at
the Kindergarten riomls, on Fort.
King avenue.
lefreshmnents .crvedl free.
The following line', ,composed l'y a
gifted latdy from Indiana5, now visit-
ing O():ilai, :illorl -onle ildit of lithe fea-
turi ,f lthii eitrt:iiiinm eniit


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Death of a Prominent Citizen.

Mr. Martin -.%-.14 a son o0 (ol. Allred
-11. 'Marin, \li'aowns. a lari.o' Jrcijuvrt ,
in terept lieru*, :ind hlas for ii t1:UI y 3.ti i4I I aw-I
beeni a winittr vi-;itor to )l. entire i
The ~ dt'ceas-e( was a gra(Itati' 4'Cthe Icons~ist
University o.f Virgilliar and of Heidlel. iloItit '(t
burg, (;ermsany, and was respe-ctiv'ely' Cot, I'(
alderman 51(1uii:mayor of Augusi. He a I I 1 g3'
wvas under forty andl h1, life' was one -No 501
full (of pre 'uise and tiseffulue-s. He 'aslt.
leaves a wife and twi' -uiall cl i ldreni- 1 I.3111
His atzed Iparenits ait, survive him.
A Raging, Roaring Flood Tit

Washcd dq tiw i t -4-, "ga h huewhich 4 0

waor, lwII

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coitil,'..., tlt I:.i t :I I throat anid lit.41"
troti hler i to garrett Lk-.( eriit. lrive. ,i .

To The Public.
4!'! l --f 4. I I. I; t ;i Ii i ('k ..
isli i .M-it':I i imopy, will ter-
ol, .July l1t by limiitation. aliuni
;t. e coIIIinp1ILiting some
Sto ii madei we will ofirer ou-
n'\w spring amttd i.limer stock,
ing of dry gools, skirts, waists,
<, clothing, shoes, etc., at actual!
ginning March Ist, 1!i01. Come
t these cheaply, seasonable goods.
ivenir eouiponsi given. Terms
Yours truly,
S. H. R N.IA'IN & (',.
For Sale.
I ,.t -ti-at e fruit :aid truck
ni MariI4nn county: only one-
n ilt fri)m s:t!i at iarr.

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Huyler's Finlt Candies.
* lirtil' s g;< l, n s''ow I" -alt a;
Martin's Ncw- St14il; also alt

the leading papers and magazines of
the day. taubscriplions taken for ant-
Judge Hocker Enjoying a Fishing Outing periodical published in this or foreign
The Brooksville correspondent of I countries. Next door to Burnett. 2-'
the Times-1'nion and Citizen says,
that Judge Hocker, of Ocala, arrived House for Rent-Furniture for Sale.
in that city Tuesday, and in company Will sell furniture for one-third of
with Colonel Martin, L. 1B.. W. and its value, owner non-resident, must
W. T. Varn and .Nevitt Cook, left to- be sold. Address, P. 0. Box 83, or
day for lBay Port, where they will call on A. I. Toph, over II. P. Yonge
send several days fishing. The & ('Co' Plumbing Store, Main St. *2V
steamer Nat Stone will 'arry the party -
ont the, -f the bay into thli deep Orange Springs Normal.
water, wheliree it is said exrr:aordinliarv 'lTh Normal andi (C'iniierial Insti-
hl','rp flii-h are t e found. ti.. tt thi; ,i. ,iao will 'ion it: -; rlondl

Banner Salve.

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ourujusaiti -aotiltm11nierSlve(sa

: To Cure a Cold in One Day
'Iaikc Lkx:tiV .. oii Quini T-itb-
i f,'A-, tAll 4ri 'iW rwfll l t in iney
Sif it f:iils to E..r. E. \V. (Grive'< sig-
Snlaturti' i !- on eaclh lox. "X')..

)11 s i ol Mu 1eiiday, '"Malrel I 1Ito Coll-

Is saddit i' iioti t 'tto Ow rv ihlr 1normal3
: lt'..l6il t') :411 _'rjd'.-; off cotint'

h~ t~2:1 oW.% t Aratv's witht
ill La ~i t 1( I I d14! i-crate at
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S'4)lf byI)v rutwgi~ss. 7-pe.f
It l ha-vte aty irflt-ti~ce w- se.ivit it falsFii
Hals 1'uiiiy Vi'i I.are tll(- e I't.

i- #.xvrt- hit iuirging 301t irepru'sviita-
tive. p our st-iator. to vote Ifor and
have Iisatl 'suchtmeas~ures as will pitt
at an end tile pr~ent dlisgrm-efutl sys-
tern 'Mike i 14)O ii~ lilease or

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Shti-t. ,a :iw-dolle 1%dII. tilt, tsilvit't"

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ii-A'lahu1i otot.-ittr-rticts ini -e'tet. iiikintiz
--deal'-atin s 'atio rlit V- aunt
tin~~t 1-an'' : h .'alit1l 4of thn- stntu'.

-One .411,4114t1, t l' il 1 111it stat4t 'hIt 'ial'.
why pI',ll hv. Iiqit:ti,:tu~ ftoe

lie'e 1 ~! '. s~'.'Si.!stat4' lot~a..iiot
niet' na'a ~ -IwtlnThIll t X* tort it
:frna' ia virismb- -%-ai-l 'I' -avt-r':aind
Ii'.a,.'.i,*5 45'vli a o 'lO'.fw'
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Will Hold a Political conference e in
Thoimas (.ilroy, a prominent nieni-
her of Tamiimany fall anid ex-malyor
of New York. John ('arroll and Her-
naid York, pire:idlent of thli New
York I ,,ard of pi lHee, New York poli-
ti.iaifs, 4icompo:-- pli arty now at i'aimi
lIcah. !iumoil i- are ci urrenit ini New
Y'ik t a:it ti-a ',,v !' to iitet-t I Hugh
M-.aI.-i;ul..h. thre !roklvn democrat-
i i Stepped. nto Live Co tal l's.n ii
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.ri, W' iH. Ead- of
'' i h a, V ; "w*.. hich. ,aue horrible
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Stepped Into Live Coals.
\'li'it a ,-hill 1 iuruied mly foot. 1
frigihtf&illI'." wriitt'- W. H. Fald(,, ot"
.l on -vilh-, V\ i., "wh\liii l .atsed horrille I
let ,,or.'t- f, r ;i' 'e:ar-. hut ]lucklen's
Arnie:i S'.lv\t- whIoll3 eult'! me after
e\-erv'hsiing el-t, I';ihld.'" ltiffltlihile for
lIurn-. s-;al,'I-. .',its. -,,rca. brniisi- ati i
pil: -. ,-' t.1 l ,- i ,i ri-rr
Wanted at Once




-.- our biuy-r ha.< rnie to New V,,rk l.: ti other northri iimarket- to pur-
i'ha..S our spring 11t ,rii .lm .t"'ter to *k t \'i hi .v'. ile-cided to cl out the entire
or th. larger i.ortiin ,! our -to i* of

Dry Goods, Olothing and Shoes

......At a Great Sacrifice
It will 1,AI.' ii- letter to do ihiti tkani toecarry the gowl,- over iunit;l next sea-
-on, as we cani take them nioiey andl spape now involved ardl buy New Goods
for the coming season. Now is the tiime to i make your dollars talk. Fifty
cents will buy one dollar's worth of good.~; p.5.i will entrry away .5 in goods
from our store. This is no humbug, but a SA LEi. Come and toe convinced.
Mail orders promptly attended to.


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O)cala. Flor'ida.

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There is great activity in railroad
building In Texas.
Englad is again congr-tulptiog
benelf that sbe has the Boers licked.
Mr. Nation, imitating Mr. Shel-
dos, edited the Peoria (Ill.) Journal
for one day.
Five hoiuend miles of railway are
banned and under construction in
the Southwest.
New York will erect a twenty
thousand dollar state building at the
C(areston exposition.
Dr. Mack, in the Atlanta Journal
of February 23, denounces as "hellish
the notion of infant damnation."
The Louisville Post is printing the
le of "Jesus of Nazareth" in serial
form. It is an opportune publication.
Mrs. W. H, Felton, Georgia's great
female genius, says that Hon. Henry
Watterson is suffering from "senile
James Creelman pays a high trib-
ute to ex-Senator Charles A. Towne,
of Minnesota. He says he is a "mod-
em Daniel Webster."
Congress haa appropriated fifteen
millions for the St Louis exposition
and two hundrezl and fifty thousands
for the Charleston exposition.
The Daughters of the Confederacy
of North Carolina are working to
have a portrait of Senator Vance
placed in the Confederate museum at
Richmond, Virginia.
Howell Titus, the famous Florida
lawyer, is again in disgrace. He was

arrested in Savannah, placed in hand-
euffs and taken to Montgomery, Ala.,
to answer to the charge of grand lar-
A great number of the most prom-
inent and wealthy persons in the
United States are now visiting in
Elorida. We may mention Mr. J. 1).
Rockefeller. Postmaster-General (a-
ry, Thomas Edison and a host of oth-
John Temple Graves says that Aunt
Carrie Nation, the Kansas hatchet
heroine, is "one of the kindliest of
women, motherly, good natured,
fairly good looking, and bubbling
over with amiable enjoyment of her-
self and her crusade."
Royalty is a luxury that comes high.
The queen received an annual stipend
from England's exchequer f,,or herself
and household in the sumi of S:,.3, ,-
000, and she was on the throne sixty-
threeiyears. Barnum said the Amer-
ican people liked to be humbugged
but they didn't like it to come in such
heroic doses.
Rev. Sam Jones is &letting pessi.uis-
tic. He says society is getting more
corrupt. Modesty and purity are
standing at less premium and decen-
cy and sobriety are spurned by many
who would be esteemed respectable.
And yet Rev. Samuel thinks that
pessimism is a crime indulged in
solely by degenerate democracy.
The Baltimore Manufactu.ier,' e-
cord argues that because Senator Me-
Lauren, of South Carolina. spoke in
favor of the ship subsidy bill, that it
makes him a statesman. Measured
by the Record's yardstick tor meas-
aring statesmen what a mighty
statesman Marcus Hanna must be,
and the Record editor himself i,- I
We note that Editor George Wil.n,,,
of the Times-!'nion and Citizen, has
received nine votes for mayor of Jack-
sonville in the Metropolis' contest.
That is eight more votes than Gar-
lield received for a long time in the
convention that finally nominated(
him for president of the lnitid
States. It lacks only .ne of the nutm-
ber that was pr.)diouhce "save a city."

TIruthii ** in jel- tin-

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A prominent attorney of Jackson-
vie, through the eolamas of the
SMetropolis, ete the climate of Flor.
I das apossibleexe se for the iner-
tta and Imtn of the members of
our supreme court.
This writer shows that the supreme
court of Indiana deide fifty-three
saw on an average annually to each
The supreme court of Illinois, sev-
entyei cas to each judge.
The supreme court of Mamachu-
ett, sixty-one cases to each judge.
The supreme court of New York,
eighty cases to each judge.
Every supreme judge in every state
in the Union decides, on an average,
over fifty cases every year except the
Florida supreme judges, who decide
less than twenty-five cases eseach year.
If this judicial lethargy is due to
climatic conditions the judges are, of
course, excusable, as the impossible
should not be expected even of a su-
preme judge, but if due to other
causes the next legislature should sug-
gest some remedy to correct the evil.
Every public officer is due his hire,
but to earn which he is due the stateI

certain hours of labor, and if he is,
from any cause, incapable of per-
forming this labor it is his duty to
"step down and out" for some one
who is capable.
Courts are created not for the ease
and comfort of judges but for the
convenience of the people.

Decline of Aristocracy.
The editor of the Clarksville Times
claims that the English aristocracy
are entering upon the new century in
straightened circumstances. Hard
times have hit the nobility and things
are steadily growing worse with the
dukes, earls and marquises. Many of
them have married English hIeiresses
from the lower strata; a considerable
number have formed American alli-
atces with liberal lines of credit, and
many others have "gone into trade."

Still there are scores of the best names
of the kingdom attached to poverty.
stricken and helpless men. Trained
to do nothing they know no other oc-
cupation. Most of that class are pen-
sioners on richer relatives, others are
hangers-on of officialdom. Several of
the finest country seats, ancestral pal-
aces and entoiled estates in England
are let to tradesmen, merchants, man-
ufacturers, shipowners and the like,
the owners being too, poor tot keepl
their inherited grandeur in repair.
Of course there are a few very weal-
thy noblemen yet, but the small num-
ber with abundances are compelled to
support scores of impoverished kins-
men who cannot afford to support
themselves. In fact and in short the
whole noble outfit is losing ground
rapidly and the end of the present
century will probably lind mighty
dukes keeping store, dashing earls iin
the hotel busine:-, handsome mar-
oluises commanding steani laundries
and a miscellaneous mass of lords and
laronets conducting street (ars, driv-
ing milk wagons, selling vegetables
and d iting iot of other honorable
and necessary things.
Sound Doctrine! Democratic Princi-
ples! Common Sense.
The following is an extract from a
recent address by the I'nited States
collmmIissioner of education. IUr. Will.
T. Ilarri-:
'I am opposed to one-man power
because I was born in America, be-
cause my father was .'orn here, and
because his father was iorn here: be-
cause my ancestors on both sides,
many years back, took up arms and
died that the power of the people
might live; that the abuses of the
oue-man power might be corrected.
All history shows that the rule of one
man, in whatever locality and under
whatever condition-, has Lgenerally
resulted in depression, tyranny and
i justice.
"The genius -of the American jpeo-
ple is emphatically to govern ithm--
-elves, and the man who despises thel
advice, er as-i-tance of hi- fe.hllow man
is universally condet'InelI a-s unwise
.111,1 unltho,,glhtful.
M* tt

SL **fA* r--' Iwoea-
At the JaesoUville banquet on
"Marebal Day," M. Alex. st.
C IAbis- s spoken the "MItake
of Marshall, and on the subject of
"speedy Justice" called the attention
of thea-moeatioa to one deeislo ofn
Mashall, in which he aid that a cer-
tain case bad been pending before
that court for three years; that sO
great a delay was not only a denial of
jomtie, but Marbhall aid that it par-
took of the nature of an outrage upon
litigants. It is difficult to Imagine
what led the chief justice into asuch
remarkably unprofemional and unju-
dicial comments. Maj. Abrams re-
joiced to know that in this day and in
this hour a case which had been be-
fore an appellate tribunal for only
two or three years is only in its pul-
uing infancy, and to stilgmatiZe tho
length of time as a denial of justice
he would consider a gross outrage on
the profession and a gross reflection
on the diligence and learning of the
appellate tribunal If advanced by any
other man than Marshall.
Uncle Sam and Cuba.
The United States has imposed cer-
tain conditions upon Cuba before it
can become a government of its own.
1. It must stipulate to enforce the
Munroe doctrine. 2. It shall not
contract a debt greater than the ordi-
nary revenues of the island shall be
adequate. 3. The United States gov-
ernment shall exercise the right to in-
tervene for the preservation of Cuban
independence. 4. The acts of the
United States government during its
military occupation shall be ratified.
5. The government of Cuba shall
carry out the sanitary plans inaugu-
rated by the I'nited States govern.
ment for the stamping out of disease.
6. The isle of Pines shall be omitted
from present Cuban boundaries and
submitted to future treaty. 7. The
government of Cuba shall lease or sell
to the United States certain plac es for
coaling stations.


hat is Advertising1?

SFrom a banker's angle of vision, advertising might be d.tlinedl as a ni-- t Iof
conveying to the public the happy intelligence that he is in bu.ine-s: that h. i- in
,9 h~^ i business not for the amusement of it solely, nut for pure, u'-tnit--
) n n furthermore, that while he is in business for per-Dnial gain, he is al-. ,there' ;~a- 4 n .-
6 e U ,lie convenience, catering to the legitimate needs of the people.
) Again, from the banker's standpoint, advertising might be described as a mean.e of inf'ormiu, !: 1
Speoplewho he is, what lihe is doing, where he is doing it, and what it will profit THI.l.M t. ,I .- -
ness with HIM. N



The Luxury of Royalty.
Th'e recent announcemnl-nt that
King Edlward VII will expect to have
his debts iincurred as Prince of VWale-,
aggregating $1,,0llNi,moli, settled by par-
liament, suggests a glance at the cost
of contemporary European and
American rulers.
Besides the annual gra" t of '.'"-2.,-
4o11) to hi.s Britannicn mati- ty, the an-
nutal payments to his chililremn and to
thi- otiler children and grandchildren
of Victoria foot up anoth ir S40f,,10.
The revenues of thlie )tDulhies of Lan- i

caster anm ('Crnwall yi i leil to the
uceinl aind Prince of W:i.les la-t. year
an additional .i-: ,()() 4a(hl, which I
brings the grand total inc,,ome of the
British royal family up to :3.'i ;,0.
The Czar's i income is about oltIo,
a year, plus indefinite miillimons more
from mining and forest royalti : al-
tnrether not less than I l",4 )< 1.
WVar Lord William o(f (ermany
draws lno regular annuity as Kaiser.
but receives $3,*52,772, plus : n enor-
mous but unspecified revenue as King
of Prussia. All metallic ores, salt and
precious stones mined in Prussia
yield him large royaltiVs, and all its
deposits of amber belong to hinm ab-
solutely. The empire allots him
about ?4I,0 bounty fund to be spent in presents to
needy subjects.
The Emperor of Austria's allow-
ance is .4.,S7.5,H14 a year. Itrly's king
has an annual -tipend of *..3L,H).
The king of Spain's income is -.;,(I,.
'"Ho per annum. The ,'eiit ,,of Hol-
latill lasi ut married onI lit ompar-
atively iole-.t in iome oef ..a;, :,0 ;
year. 1i'l- k ing of.' t.,,:i :,; l,( Nor-
w :tv, rIii-i l' ) t |i' ilt tit.- ;.,;, .i;t i, "

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v pws .r n

TIo giow .t rfi.. U.nit. %%,, :*- ,r'ed%,
Sweat We !iiaY 'Ad) :#1t.t aloneC.
There i."n -r-mgm
-i mm-tead Iof vi.!t .-- rnk
to (higust it. It vi'4.. top I r.-fujl in
1Puyifng lina1-l ot, -trt*t4.. r b t
-tt-Iider a' !I :'ll i'AY A Ilit1010
lium inif ii't-d he'e:11"d put *'ifhin~
Your '44mial-1wih, %111 ii w nl )u' t -h ton
your lion.. t tt;#1 f

Stall~ 2 and I C'lt WMarkel. Orcala. Fla.




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3 1EN'TS.




I Satisfaction
0 U

* *s *ausua with Five-Cent cigar U

Ssmookrs," but it has ben the every-

Oday experience of ndeds tho-

sads of men who havsoked

jOld Virginia Cheroots

during the last thirty yards, because
They are just as good now-in fact,!

* better than whp thy were first mde.
*Tr tn"adme OldO V o C smdi
Y me... .m inomePmM 3 *

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PLAN'El' J k-. fy'RoVE (,(*I,-

Tl A'A T4 )I Ws. k

)F (-,'

mt a1es1, and the "revid edl.
~_ _^____ a.9t mst be bought if we would
611 tii ow puibthe latestcdhoveries
VOL S~ySS TheoQ withtbhekr uits. Thus far we have
a 1 1 0.11 dimjume1 d tshe ma"my expenditurms
sofaNner in=Aasee awfor text bee6a, amni if thish kat is ree-
IL I1 -1E11 u10 inedtheW-il be i complaint.
& *t f-W-- Mi b "G 110n a 1 2%dMDiof ol ehboeD books
sot a n- b on M bte--m a= reis ag*lmied bu2 t the ame law applies
-- a. i ryth. when b te ne disploaces
e -e a. be eMd. But bemiumes the neouary
sLCWd !M M : ho epeme Isdmo great every efort should
bemedl mlnot to ncreame that expense

sam"ss.vs as di olNow, every teacher of experience
M-W M4 ibM knows that the results af teaching
SEdepend not on the text book but on
a*gaaS W-the teacher. No human being can
seM ri write a treatise on any subject that
csaln em be owd t mtsfaotorily by every-
Im m*iSi inram-, -one; therefore, instead of searching
a aMee 1011101 e for the text book that will prove alto-
.w .w .S-- o it gather atiheactory-which never can
._'_ ISf _-be found-make the text book sub.
=rE=s 6imu y wi*' OWain it W= servient to you and to your methods,
r sao g ~ s ii~ '7iie e be your own text book and follow
., w .-L,,.tU none slavishly, and you will find that
= -M_- -- p the remults will be most gratifying.
Si the great ve Take arithmetic for example. Why
L" pL" iie i d tiC s dastvishly follow the text book? One is
theides mdY ini all as good as another; I had almost said
I tiThesctroubleso. as [ad as another. Exercise your
b tolst dinarbthedi~ oanad own ingenuity to improve the text
h tom memt hits. book that does not prove satisfactory;
We have.d a special ok draw on your own mental resources
Rh ***vgfnferer from ,
th p-fl disse ,e It is the for rules and problems and you will
mist r nau and iatere~ug book of have better results than where ynu
h oMa iai"mmimce. It wllbesentfree slavishly follow the text book.
to y me deiag it. Write our pysi- Our,
co Sy l fiet.y Wrabout oarL ,- (iOf course some books are hopelessly
ake o for m aice. P bad and must be superceded, but let
VFi WF U a. ATLUTA, mL. the changes be made with due Ceau-
tion. Let the boards of public in-
S. destruction he on their guard lest the
K book agents persuade them into a
| I'*A E,& A, A / change of text books by flattering of-
fern of introductory or exchange
prit-es. They are working in the in-
terevt of the irnus who sell books.
l.o. ...' : t: -. %I --V Vi tta c ,k .Ach, lr i .ot
k ,I: I%~.I,, M. up lain if the history used five years
ago by an older brother will not do
II CT K.nK- | for the boy of today. There is an
.-, .t< :hat I- -.n-tantlv comin u of .o souab!e view of the question taken
Ian .,f literature are the word. o(f lby the parent and conservative view
cr..t i. tru.-r thMati f -h. I l,..,kos, by those who are in authority in
*.a tat.kin.a niativ ..k th-re i.'s -hotl work and there will be a sati,-
S... *, 'h,. e<-,,try i rllh4 l fat-t',rv-ettlcmeut of this vexed lue"--
ll.ilP ..,1 .ili i ,,,ill .illift" variety of tlolJ. F I E )K lI, I'As+O.
, x: ,,- ., \. ry4 ,,,t,',. tlvaile tjui,- Remarkable Cures of Rheumatism.
*. Ju-t .- a ,.',..: has s-ttledl : r.;ao uthr n. C.
te '.. It u- ,f a -.t- ,f I. ,,k- Wfitht- eitr of the Vl indivattor lias
*i i* r i nati t-> iuak li t, *- .''rl* t a,,l i t n ali. hand -ccasi,'n to test the eflficacv of
, .,:,l in r,,v tl t.liti, -s of I
SChanilmerlain' lPain alin twice with
'i -., .., I,+k- ar. i--u .d, which
the most remarkable results in each
r. : r ,,i,| iprac :. allv us i.+-. ,.
SC case. First, with rheumati.-ni in the
\ ,t,'- ".. + ,i :1.; 1', r'\ f it t- I lit,.
Sh liiler. from which hte tiit rtid e.x-
,- .... x "t- \,--* i w *i m ati d |,v
S i 'ta ri irueiat i l-ain for ten da: -, whiich
".* -* ;ii,';:. :- *, r l t! r- allr "titl
a relieved with tw, apilic:tli<[ 11- ,of
I ? '>ta l talii rui l i i z thI- fi art- ifftctt d
S. r iiI in "a 'i tw.ti. t .I-
F-. :n itat n i, ., 1.. i i
tir. <-t { :<>tra :tin.; l i hill, <'v ,'-
,..,i,, \> w : I ilevedil Ib t ..-

- 1 :' .' :,',i t:- ti.. ; ', t i .i The Convict Trust of Florida.
. .i*t : ; \ ,,I;, 'S H! ? l,

r I .: i*e ',- .oii t! Ite'ul o, :iixh f t 'l e ri uik a nti-
4 f ," i' !'i l '- *a l i ; t
,' ,r j' .I .* ., j'p*j*. "our < t
* .t. .i\ :tri, .'::i ti,;- *,!:ut, i r'it i; ,-- The Convict Trust of Florida.

S- 4 i i 11 1. .' t :i ( ,'.i e t!y a .. .;ver "ttP th e rai k air, of
-. 1 .1 t h e .- s ;. | .i ,'- thi t vi.ry [ i ,ti. that of t4. .

*" 'i *\ i.. .-,' 't lie -: '* 'l .. .. ,0.- i,-hr,.; -,. ..,,i )i,.i

yo -a vt a

'1 -:~'.~ e 4~1i 'I 110% Hi~4th

; I : t -

,sI .* lt -* *!it- nn' o

Women as Well as Men
Are Made Miserable by
Kidney Trouble.

Kttrire. i-utle preyv upen the mind. dts-
ccura- andIle.en: ambiticr. beauty. vigor
and cheerfulness soon
S. disappear when the kid-
neys are out cf crder
cr dseawed.
S" Kidney trouble ha.z
--- tl-co.r.e :so prevalent
h* T i.:-, rcnt uncommon
< b1r a ch:ij to be born
fAr \ f--' :f.ic v. 'th weak kid-
S- r. If the chili urin-
._ ,- a'-- .- f'e.-.. if t1 e

& .

x-, ~ tv~- iiloa rt i ru Iir, I -t Ii
41.11 II rt! 1*jiat ~'lorm ( U II'i ate.] at
4 1 !'Ai ~ I S'41 s';, alldI. I i. l 71 IrIlit" 11 11' 1
4,1('Pi. 114i .'lat .iack,-s:Iiviilb. ill I I I, l
vi ii-I ;i artf i-uiar stres--.i-.laid (otn the

aoliti.I .-f trusts. The natin:IIl iait-
tlh ,.ry of deniwracy wa. -latirited
,oiwn. Fet:riinm that a like fate may
*.Vt iake lius in our state I desire to
mientiont to our legislators that tlhe
plt.r-et cuonviet tirst of ou11r late--iy
courtesy called the (-ionvicv lease sys-
tet--is a trust of larger magnitude t,
thie citizen and tax payer of Florida
than the Standard Oil, the steel and
wire trusts, or any other trust operat-
ing within our boundaries. The lat-
ter are combinations without the
saulction of the state governulllnt; the
faimier has it in lig shape. xxx.

After LaGrippe-What?

I -ually a racking cough and general *
fceliu o weaknliess. Fole's H I'tnle..
and Ta! i- ga-uranteed to turo tl:,

j P e ilgit I: d make V1you 'tiit
alld mI.Take I kSi'-ilt. 2'
The Home.

THE OCALA&5A33 M AD M-1. loft

Judge Joseph Tillman, well known
to Florida remades%, ays that the town
of Qiuitman is putting on a substan-
tial boom. It in erecting a guma
plant, an ion and brass foundry, a
eotton badery mill and a cotton gin
factory. All the South Georgia towns
are making substantial and rapid pro.
great. The Florida towns along the
same section of country should
not let their Georgia neighbtsors ur
pass them. They should get a hump
on them.
A Oo*d CoNgh *oledile for hOiMNren.
"I have no hesitancy in recom-
mending Chamberlain's Cough Rem-
emy," says F. P. Moran, a well known
and popular baker of Petersburg,
Va. "We have given it to our chil-
dren when troubled with bad coughs,
aiso whooping cough, and it has al-
ways given perfect satisfaction. It
was recommended to me by a drug-
gist as the best cough medicine for
children, as it contained no opium or
other harmful drug." Sold by the
Anti-Monopoly Drug Store. mI
Words of seed Cher.
In renewing his subscription to the
Ocala Banner Mr. Lafayette Craig, of
Bushton, Ill., says: "Dear old Ban-
ner: You should have had your mon-
ey a month ago but La Grippe got his
hold on me and I forgot you and
everything else. Go on with your
fight for pure democracy. All good
democrats applaud your efltrts."
Robert R. Watts, of Salem, AMo.,
writes:--"I have been troubled with
kidney diseas-e for the last five years
and havedoctored with all the leading
physicians and have tried all remedies
suggested without any releif. Finally
I tried Foley's Kidney Cure and less
than two bottles completely cured me
and now I am sound and well." m


Chill Tonic....

Better Than
Calomel and Quinine...

"The Old Reliable"

An IExcellent ;,.en-ral Tn ,. as well
as a sure 'ure for ('hills and Fevers,
.Malarial Iever-, .-Swniip Pevers and
lnilious Fevers.
-IT" NI \'E!: F.\lII.<.
Just what voi ;; 'i at: tii-s -:-i-i;
Mild !;ax\tvc. N, v, u- S., ilive.
p!( dlid .';' ,, ,.
< ;uilr:tmiii(, ),V y,,'ir itru,.. ist-.
I '>:'" take 't*; I -titu ,'. Try it.
-- .- \.. I r'4.*** 'i 'l.I'L

Robinson-Pettet Co.
Louisville, Ky.


wi.'~,4.l~ ~. '7 c '. o......w.-

Laroi- alt'lel M11 dLeial iii Oe

All- thil e-a 1,4011114ii1 flit-

tel, ini [lorida.

RITES' .81.50 '110 .040.
Z,.' w*''ial iitt- 1-y til- 27.01th, during
tile -11iiaine'..

1 aar 9,00

pre..t. tn
it r.s f

t ert--ts.
t V t C : )M III
a"Id t-Xllt-TI'P- 711- ,411 anccnit:rt. d
!i%!i(-(i hou, ',.r atut-t i
to nt
I I c tr III
I.t, ;A -*I "t

2: 4harch S

S-. .- ''*ew -a'ver,


i\t a"v, a .~;v .t.for

J. if. 1.1*l*!I4rZ'2l.>.t ,N.



Sash and Doors,

Farming Tools,



That is the price at which we are now selling our entire stock
of Dry Goods. We don't mean by "At Cost" that we add for ex-
pense of handling, etc., but at actual first cost. The line includes

Ladies' W oolen and Silk Dress Goods. Un-
derwear, Linens. Jackets, Capes, Hats.




IBraneliof ( *omuaer. iid HBmk. .1ai-kt iiiille.

'I' rinit tAt tention)11to) all B1uinp-4 E-it ni-!ed to m''u9 are.
Lxvhangt' JReught awS)Id' ",4.

I H. MORTON.. I). MtR'oftN.

Also Successor to Yankee Novelty Works',

Rough and Finishing Lumber, Mantels.

School Desks, Church Seats,
Talwl.s. 1,,(wr and! V Windlow Frames. lPailings, Pulpits. ,l-iroomn
Silts. K itl- n Taldes and Safes. Mnllings. Turn<-l W ,'-k.
Scroll Sawing, Lath. Shingles. Etc.
" -: I.siate.- promptly furnisinhe1d.

J. F. 'ID .WA. S'


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The .1 ix aml Keg rlladIe Ma1de' at SIpeCilIFed-fire.

x. ~ .~ lttter wh,.ktv v0,i any i'i- l' rd tcai;-t givt gnc,b~om
:7 jilvmce %-r11tVnt' ir- th pop. Term- c-sh wi thl'eo: ler.

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X\ ~arrvallgraole> of \\akN '11S. Bugi.
L11~l D hl)0111)1. 1Harness. FEte. iii stockr at all
t n.*-WeV. havo- a larger and m 'ro varied stook M
z'aii bero(fore'. andl a mo re up -toI-elate linet, L1i)
?iits ) ii'omit'lVd iiior near (fralzi. i I l sf*

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- > ... m.. ..t r .. r (-)-ht, roan. tte sheD- PAU.AUErnCAU EXF | ,u TrimpDhaJ Bridge (0). Thl< brldg

"But the other-who Is she? The
child of the people wli" stopped the
Hluni and said to tile conlnueror Attila,
'You .<:liill *go fl fartlh r.' She .~V,'l I

TContinued from last week]

it was the middle of September.
aud the wood In which two incidents-
In this story have already occurred
bad not yet lost its leaves. Their tints
had changed, .and the gold ,if autumn
had sueeehed to the :-'e';h of suti-
mcr. Tlhe duIke. rem; i.e.: I' ;h placeI
where i" h:l: In0; Li-, :1s:' trnlled
tl either. it, w ishid to ,.,n :,. If;r,liai.
t- lioped t,, I,',eet .o.leh"', !!," w 1-
r'..}. t a rpr--ile t *. **';* :' : **


"I ; .j 4' -' ,: I .
'1li ," 1* ;' -;" -
1 ih all .i r :. : !: .. .
yi.ur ex, -i '.,i : I
ting an e;1 t;, th9' 7.i:-.'.::''-4' f
which I vw-.- the \N ;lii' i -' :. I :. 1
bl:g you will ').lieve. I !'ad ';:4 A;;i ;!i;;
wise |provvoked. MI. di-li,-- ...l- ;'
great that I may have ':, 1 i.'1 t
thank you. I do so now. f:, :. lthe bot-
torn of my heart. I har. -' treen toid
you were generous and c.' '. ad:i in
this I am not deceived.'"
"Mademoi.selle." rel;lid t 1 .. **.
think you examgerale the.' ,'.- ii:('
I bad the good fortune : ; :. ,, :" .
You were alone and su.- i :,, Itl<'.
who did not t-tL.- thle ,.'*: ;7. *.

1cal their '!t'l'--v ee''i.-. .
dig-ant witnei-s l : tl::.
7 only rememb.nerd T v :
> n. a c";ti'; ;-an. If '
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tnlle lnmorn:i;g i:l >!;iy !:, tli;-
Sgave her my 1leart. ;ii.' I !



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-.ithdrawin it. <-,.tun;e ... pulr::ted
S but in s[!Ite of ol'st:acles I still love
urw. for ate is simrTple and good. and
her lofty 4ut is the cl k!lIei of my lost

The cwtuess understood that the
bwoken beart had beeu given to Colette
.nal the coqueetry she had displayed
haa been wasted. .'te b' respect-
Iotly to tbet duke ,lni. r-.ti:rnd tto the
*hntmeTl to report to her 1: teetor the
-.hipvwrock-of their hope.

CTl.\AP'T.N, xv:

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So the ancient dwella :,' ;: t outAld
destroy thtem.i In htle c(.iii.tu ig';lhts
may be seen burae hither aud thiLher
by trembling hands. How different
from that spring evening when thle
pale light of a student's lamp l-honc
from tle windows of the apartment of
The E:gIlet'
The temp'" v.withut .'P*;..-. to l7Jav
taken pos : o. f nn o'f ui." ptalc and fill-
ed it with :: I:n f! --is t
i l < V .v' .o-. 7 ;. 'L i
sil'n '.' '. ; .' .!, n t .'Z' i ; 1
' (7 i :'. ,i' -' *" ;" ;.',4 ,.:.7 ;. '"

r; i;;i-'' I 2 1.- tt I. ;.

dL. h 1, l.T ., 1L
qI r. ...s ih'! ; ti > r '. i r"7 1:i hitt.'
SIle. is abou' eto ne ,. : :. li
D uil e ofIe-i ;ite1ebt ta t ; .' ', birth
his father had named the l;in. olf
Rome. in a few short hours will have
ceased to live. His hop"1-- blasted,
his illusions dispelled, he is content to
die. At the bottom of the last page of
his history will be written the words:
"He never reigned."
Poor exiled prine,,: Thcr." wias bnt
one person to warn hi- -old hieari. and
she very young, like l:.;( i i,. Al otheri
were indifferent to hiit.. :nii,: io hi- one-
mies Ills death would tl' ,- esl;.en:e. In
fact, sin,-,' that mnemnorah.- niligh it whit n
he retul1-ied to Siei ,nuli i'tn ll;t h!' lav-
ing 1e' !;'l.*-irayeil '' '..: fl.'-:i j'" n
d0t'p latsst:;P: 1. II,' >nla tH t l.:r .sup-
p0"t ;t la .;i.t' lnoil. '- i :' <. '. llil. II
Sspit'' of tl nI'ti:i .. :- f i're. '
ill .'pite ( < i h t0 ; ... : :,'i,;i of
S 'o le- t.. ': ,, n-; *,,:. .:! i ; ;

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ot thi? l'rr to, .:': .'.i S. j,' t" .

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by hold inur tl'eir !i !'>l-. I ;'" !... w.. ,
dyllg on the soil of i,'r..
ut 'the .stor ill'.7'wc. e-. ::1.i i .- :.-

meB. there uddhely a \\;:::.-. l;eI I;- y t
ton w tai,' dJ .Tii so 'lills 1., .v,, t:-st
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odious me:.- will, t .:* I l k
ue, p'..t; and d ,.
"That dre::. is i.
eagl.' with outtst:'e-l :' .
5ceuded fror.- the :aln ". .r ";;* ':iv :ihd,
breaking my bond-, c:-t:!i.- "te':.y 'y
enmfeis. s-t me at li,~>:'.
"Since that b)!essl ,. *a ".' ;:.rl
have t-avel-d:
"It seemed tha.t -.- !. .:. ,. :;,. I
Sny tretbln:g steps.
"In moru r-.ts ,'f 18. ,,. :7:- t 4, 1
the ti.dJ, th,' .- :;rs i'. ::; ,,.. '., ,-.-
telln ::iv I f-t :t :.

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Exhibits From All the States and
Countries of the Western
T!,, Pf nr-mrn *a :-in i:x ,,-, ti,,n at
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,,-.r t li'.-o I!',otin h I:ot'; vllr' i \vl o .at
te l'r uhde r t the stall's?
Sto1i ni.A!.tr we de.ltarted for the houme

of ;od. 4 vwi,'re we worp to remain for-
ver to live on the beautiful dlream of
"My father awaits me, and I must
join hiii. but yon will come, too, for I
love yoll so well."
Theo ( rtront hi: l h S \wa" i ,h 'l.
S- il- re. ,-c 1'riiiIii his- tpar'.. left Co( -
lcie ti !'.r griof ::nl. d('rnwin:_ n tri-
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*.M.\11:,i iiur." Le .-aid, "your task is
finisldi. You may inde'le rejoice. But
, Io not .iangr God by remaining here.
Io you see that kneeling woman? It Is
SF'rance who weeps. Go! Your pres-
ence :i an iusult to her woe."


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Thin, pal a a
need a fattyv food to enrich i,.
Their blood, give color to

f thdr cheeks and restore their 'N

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S ,' ,eaIth and reas di-t is

Selt n trenth. isO
Sal! reject fat with their food.

; 0TT'S EI.5L ON is
".o o .' 4 moe .esim-
Sgested than' othd-iver foril

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*flesh is necesa.' for health.

E* ; You can get it in this way.
We h e. known peru -

Ssons to; gain a pound a

Sday while taking it.

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u114 ). ( let tit- roi} It- if N toU
wallt iio tlle t is :J, r-liabl) tillie-
ici<'c, ad. i'! t slta v. ill giv .satis
faict.i 11 il vrv t.1 pa't icilar. X\V,
Ilav' a ( lin as, n'iillei-t o1f "',-at'lh-
i.s ,! i t1 b-^ Ii t'C".' :illli ci' n1

will be one of the most beautiful worked
of the Exposition. havin- f :ir Krea
piers surrounded and surmounted by
sulptured groups mild'le'l .1 Mr. tPAt
ter anud others. :r-- id
\vlc tmPay s'ee'* uu the i- t; *:. :.. :. the

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th- right, i. the .M i nfitirr ir"- I, 1. 1b
ra ArtL binlilin'. and .I ;" th*e
M bu'id ery :1 "-1 l' r: ;tl rati., t ,,nid

in. North of tiht .1M *,. ," I .. :. iJ
th,- Agriculturf buillincs aL.i ,.n the
le-ft the Eleetrie!ty bvillii' i: the
cent/.r is the El-ctrie T,,w-. ri tile
north-ast corner of th,- ,r.:' I. the
St*idiunm, with its lar.'- *en*rl n i ,*;ld-

5 1 .-) p t ..!. 1H t1" --

t1K.' gr' !ll "' :;i;i;l a jil*he :ilald A
qli urtr tin! froi e:as Io eit half i
aiile. "lhe .!' :l are sitiluated in th<
northern par 1' Buff:ilo andl are eas-
ily reached tlther direct or by transfer
ticket by nil lie electric car lines con-
stituting the city's per 'fet street rail-
way .vstcl. On the northern sidle are
the t'tr;iks of the. New York Central
Belt Liiui. to which their 2l st'aml rail'
way.- I i ilfial will hnve :a.', -<
(! i';i i he :.xposi ovn. h, ,1 '
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point of vietw.
'Tle niti Sft southern et11tri'f iint I e of '
E'xp)oition is on Linciln I'arkway, i.i-
dicated by the letter A. At the left a-
you enter will be thei beautiful Al-
bright Art Gallery, built of white mar-
ble and costing upward of .o,50o000.
This is the gift of a citizen of Buffalo,
Mr. J. .1. Albright, and will be a per-
manent fireproof building for public
uses devoted to art. On the right ii
the beautiful new boathouse and shel-
ter erected by the city ef Buffalo.
Crossing the bridge between the lake
and the North Bay, the New York
State building may be seen on the north
bank of the bay. This also is of white
marlbl, fireproof and a perma'.:nent
structure. IL will be devoted, after t!h.;
Expuossiti:n. to thec uses of the Luil:al
S1IistotL:-al Society.
7 ('utlitl in;1l. ti up thue sli- t gra:llte' :.-,';,o .
1 th]e Xtr;'l:'. .,% Ojv, uie" to :!.-' '-.
Spr.':1! (I *, h.ri' v (t tL- 11
S :1 s 7 f "'.. wo,:,lerful {- n
.i :,' l.:\ : to i tl.e 7 r' *':'- e -
ti'. i;:". : on:is ot the 1 l .rt:\ ,,1,14'
It ",'! !! I, n,.t ld !,' ref-':' e ?t" t
:s :: l ,!:iulti th a t I l .. d :'- u '- a ,"

thi frhi ,t anrl lliveret''J t'ler T. T;
trae;ti.-, ',' <:tol t, cuo r>-. pionad'in.g to ,. .
i'rcs- e;, 11:" T, i, the l-'.

tde ,:f ,-.'n.o;!nmod.tin, l : O.7.0,UUJ I,'.,I
.Nort ,f t ( if: corresponiin with I .t
plerp' ni,1:7alnr of the T, atre th;'? t.L :
A*, I.',,.i';;- ai tlln' IP':27.i. wL%.1 .
reach :,li i."t to the northern limnit. of
1tlhe riniral-. On either side of thL
Ce.ourt o1" l i.' t-inflS aitv the s'fjrdipal
co rt" .!::on0nV i :is t e Court ot o rs.4 -
and i'oirt of L.ilie<. Tlcse sevr:'.
courts li-ive a conlmbined are:i of ;.
acres. wiNih!i is far 'nore exteLsive mta'

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licliltirail exhibits. 1.7 \v'hi. h ;:Itm r ...
en ;irr<-> ;IIK devoted il; thr :. ou11icr.i
part of ie g4o11nd<. will tientrihi' ,
miii'uch to he decorative, etl4et. In th.-.
ehliibit w ill be over .'>0( hedm'. aniiy m ,a
then m ontainini.r. hindrenltis of plants ,f
;a sin!le- v:ar;ety t' ovihv-rs.
Thlo exterior all- of all lit bh:i'
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Nati- :.- Ilndi:a e.xl,1 ib,. hh. l' i!ip-
l;uLs., (Ordnanci -aJd I r. -try ,-hibt.'
The exhibits t.o be ulad. at the PI':iu
American Expositiou embrace every
line of human effort. Th.-y have Lbee
classified as follows: Electriical Machia-
ery and Appliances; Fine Artn: Paint.
Ing, Sculpture and Iwecoration; Grapb
le Arts: Typography. Lilthography.
Drawing, Engraving and BA b; .nding.
Liberal Arts: Education. E-nineerlag.
Publi.- Works. Hygiene and Sanitation,
Constructive Architecture. M i1sc and
the Drama; EthnolA-y. Ar ..-i.)lgy.
Agriculture. Foods aud .. -.ri-.
Agric;:!tural Mat hit..ry a: I, ile-
ments, Dairy 1'r'oduct- a 'tl ; ;." ni'' s;
IPorticul' tr., VitIi, ltr 1i :.Ir.
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b oori nafter arrival ,i,, [ :14 .-
a 1. both l.rtL a i t:- ..
Stands in th", great 1r.i :.
the Plaza they will alvi, .

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the 'r *an .'I the Iome;' alm. i abundant

light :. the large. :iuditswinm. hi; will
at p 1.'2t) p*rscnf. and with tha. aehhi
t.7':. satn. L '. e.'.s ittt aM l retle in thal
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groui, Iun o u in:o, '.i.r; v i';i .. to
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po.s;;i ,[i wenui' >[i -;! .h' l 1,.- rniasi* iof
the ni;t ibtle att .ti i r n T r-4 I1* r-
to b provided 1 1 rll ;t :r.--*' .. i:-.r!,-f
of ti- NorT!h \Am r :i h i. **':-* r-*,ini.
w hih "- ill oitIt in: I :t I'.i ..: *' .. ,*loi
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Ilbt-4- ii.lj.:im tone ctf a g'rg rof
Ythre-or, --t tructureq. arran~re4
-f *a l~i.shv at the West-
~vv~l.~* I'%.Of the Ewq1lanade. The~
Wirw >n it the s-outhernmost of
Sa* grv.. and is connected witL the
11.: .ral bulilditi.. Toy (~(N oef The

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expect to visit the Exposition, as they
are only half n hour's ride from the El
Exposition grounds, and excellent rail-
way accommodations are provided be- Conil
tween the cities of Buffalo and Niagara
Falls. Near at hand also Is the great
summer school In the grove on Lake t amI|
Chautauqua's shores, known as the
Chautauqua Assembly.
Buffalo has a population of nearly
400.000, and this is the first great Ex-
position held in the east since the Cen- Have r
teanial. 25 years ago. For the several tions.
reasons here noted it is expected that
the attendance to the Pan-American for new F
Exposition will be very large and that Florida I
the results will be very gratifying in Qu
the promotion of trade among all thi
states and nations of the we-tern hemi- Co
sphere and in the establishment of
more cordial relations aongiu all the ;
people of the western world.

Opposed to Ship Subsidy.
In a letter to the Manufacturer%' 'ailroad a:
e (Iibsou Mill of tihe A.sississippi Cotton
il Cto., write.: "I am opposed to the SPI
principle (of government aid to any
industry or trade, whether in the and f,!
form I Iljge of th
subsidy. I am opposed to taxing the FM*bruarv.:
many for the benefit of the few, tbe- g on the,
living the whole system of govern- LOAN A
I). L. 'MARN
nient aid to be a violation of the iH.MxRTO
rIirit, if it is not, in fact, a violation -Ac'de t,.
,*" the letter of the constitution, ant-, the i
cery, appoi
whticih guarantees equal rights to all." txt-ciit( the
Ac,.ording to the Record's yard- *v
he"vw tn'tll t-
-tick for measuring statesmen, Mr. i ,.i
P.owcn is a politician, not a stales- i 'tri ,,

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A Poor Millionaire

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-!I~II tist'i, iiimpro)vtthe a; iyt i te. Iric-
2. Monvy3 ilack ifr i~'t -atit 41'lf.d
'ti~dby iv arrettr44.(h-rig druggisibs.

Presidential inauguration .

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mission Broker.

macivernr 4-Oercbant andR

SlaippeunW Agent.

ready sale for all Florida Pro-
. Special demand at present
Florida -Syrup, Clay Peas aiti

notations on Request.
correspondence Solicited.


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and11iW. AV. F1:1.T-II R wurv tleitid-
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Agency Old Reliable
A rFour Hams and
SCo'ousr TEA POT Breakfast |
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41 -- Writ,- Pri,'---

_ We Are Doing Business at the Same Stand on the

Same Fundamental Principles of Giving Full

Value, Honest Goods, Honest Represen-

tations, and Honest Weights.
p-" ain ad--

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d- keep nothing below a standard grade---and up to the highest. We buy 3
from headquarters and in, large quanti ies, thus enabling us to give our -
-_- customers the benefit of fresh goods and low prices---with a legitimate 2
profit added. All we ask is comparison, as to Quality and Quantity, and -
--- feel assured of your trade on these grounds. We always do what we 3
_-_- say. We give you the BEST goods at as low price as you usually pay 2
.w-- for a second grade; then why not have the best when it costs no more,
gives better satisfaction and goes further?_

M-- We Can Supply Y Grade of Goods You Want |

E~. 4 9 9 Brand of Canned Goods lead all. and -3
,- lI1( (lt --" (IS i -before the public is low enough th,.t it ;- t- *. nothing on the market to equal them. There are lot. ,'f
f ~ goods that one can buy that will do, or. a- -'. ,< :.. : on, and yet the price paid is often as much as the BEST -_
would cost. Then why not practice economy i>\ i.' ; .1 1 -: "* ing that you get it? _

_We Give You what You Wat at Prices to Suit the Quality

e A rieS \1I V l 11^ vkA ,ents For the well known manufacturers and import.
A re i 1 1 J A I 11 l AI,-r lof the following goods. Their name .n :,
guara2te as to the equality. You nt :u r:-k 'B purcha sin, the oods. tor if they are not as represented all you have. to do i)
to return t 2.m and ,t your mon. : .. Chase & Sanborn's Coffees and Teas; Kingan & Co's Old Reliable Hams:
Bastine & Sauer's Pure Extracts; Ballard's Obelisk and J. E. M. Flour-nothing better; Crego's Vermont Creamery -
p Butter- it's fine, too: Fairbanks' Golden Cottolene-thc only genuin(e-a great many substitutes are sold for Fairbank.- an.'
40-- of course they don't give the results, but if you get the genuine you'll have no trouble; Andrew Jergens & Co's Fine Toilet -
a. Soaps-nothing finer; Armour & Co's Fertilizers-now is the time to buy "Cotton and Corn Grower" and "Vegetable. We
___- have all other grades too. Write for prices.

Headquarters for Hay, Corn, Oats, Cooked Cow Feed, Salt.
O._- Call or write to Yours for More Business,

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