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Title: The Ocala banner
Uniform Title: Ocala banner
Ocala banner (Ocala, Fla. 1883)
Alternate Title: Ocala daily banner
Daily banner
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 22, 1901
Frequency: weekly[]
weekly[ former aug. 25, 1883-dec. 28, 1888]
daily (except sun.)[ former dec. 30, 1888-]
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Subject: Newspapers -- Ocala (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
Newspapers -- Marion County (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
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Spatial Coverage: United States -- Florida -- Marion -- Ocala
Coordinates: 29.187778 x -82.130556 ( Place of Publication )
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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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THE


OCALA


BANNER.


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

EsTABLI.SHEDI) t;. CCALA., FLORIDA FRIDAY, MARCH 2 1901. DOLLAR A YEAR.


SPECIAL ATTRACTIONS

At RHEIR AlUE'S DRY GOODS HOUSE!


ItMheti.ut A Co. atnounce a noteworthy opening of Drew Goods for
Early sl|raitg. A number of Bargains are offered. Also the first showing of
Mw Milk t ral. d Poonanett and Fil de Sole. High class novelties in Foreign
Zlphyrv at ana attractive price. An important sale of Novelties in White
QGo. ique. Dimities, Lawn plain and striped. Orgaudies in all leading
dEi fir e-vetiing wear. A showing of new Embroideries, Laces and Ladies'
Delts at attra'live prices. A special sale of Dre's Skirts and balance of Wool
,M<. i,.1-. Extraordinary values in Gents' Negliree Shirts and Ties. The
e-iaal f.-atura- .of thei. ('or t Department is the "W. B." correct form, in
siz4e, 1- t .. *. aIt .'o*. A numnl-rof specials in Wash Silks for Iadi.s' Waists,
and t., V ,,avv- f IiM.-k piik- for Skirts. Barg-in,- in Smnyrna Kuis, Mat-
tine-. I ..- ('urt,?,-.. Shades. and ready male iShelts and Pillow('tes. Extra
value* ::, I!t lti. t- ti- w-il known nniik of Rioanister. F,.t Glove andd
Cr..-" *:. -. ad eti,-i C('ity S- ho- for la:,it. And an unu-iitt! oftir-
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RHEINAUER & COMPANY.


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SAIA EA=3 r- AIM.-Local Editor.!


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lion. 11. L. Pay iie. of Fe" ihlingiitou.,
wis in town Saturday (won tu.ine-,.
iMr. J. I. Awnder'ou of Summertieid,
was among the Banner'- pleast-int
callers Moidlay.
Pleas'niint Plurgative Pvilet-. containn
no Valortel. Nothing il-ett-r. Prite,
1.5 cents. at Tydlin.' & (Co's. .
NIr.. Althlna Dutin ha-: retluried to
hit r lti0 .. at .Itra a r'tftr .1 pl'as:i;;t vi..-
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THE GOSPEL OF WEALTH


In an article printed in the Ocala
Banner some time since we said we
tipped our hat to certain queenly
types of American womanhood, men-
tioning especially Mrs. Leland Stand-
ford, who is administering her will
and distributing her wealth before she
dies.
We tip our hat also to certain king-
ly types of American manhood.
Of these types Mr. Andrew Carne-
gie stands far out to the front asacou-


11h4*110).1%examphlle.
When has mhe world ever before-
S een Suichu a bfeat
I J grt-ater richt-. th-tn any
raI I;:I oWlaviang.t.or % ho, has ever
lve.!I .. k'. t M) f.2 ;Io' Z.*'4t1 *sflSot :tt'efillot
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h- a.' rni vr(,it'-rinis;

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a- at i ii-zra t4 to Iij- richl


Listen '
It is the duty. lie says, of the rich
man to' "sel! all he has and give to
the poor."
For fear of oftending the rich their
poilpits have long -i.inwe abandoned
j the text that Mr. ( arnegie now makes
prominent.
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\.'mfaa %rirt'ti,-d inll ta!-i la.-t 14at
unlriayv. W%\',.reto) t'I-trn t hat thais4
I'tli eI-aitv '% ill vewo- oltjtratiora.4 liere
fbr the ltreoowfit
Mr. F 131,1111,1111,i, f \esterly, R.
L., was "inOl CtAlft leveatti 1OV4tile lat-
ter rart ',f last week. lie haq been
ina theast%tte several mutioth-i looking
after his imntt'rosts in Tamp.a and
aroufld L-ke Weir.I
Headache often results from a dis-
oroolot-rot-4 condition oif the stomach and
c. llitij~t~tiota of thint- owel!4. A d, -
ojr two t. if 4'taiiuiierlaint S tomt~ach arid
Livyen Tpotlelooo will vorrt-ct these disor-
,f-! Axnaid ire the Ivemblor'liv. Soold Cv
ita c a oi m.ta~~4 qs.OyDtur Store. nI
M :~ r Ia~aedardwtn street comn-

I''faa' ...-.t :r. t'- i O-Ala if tht(
Ita' ol 3ta.abdillra Zthail kinid exi-fs


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I irtv 1.. v: :i-...,! n turtnedi
14,3 m I r ii : trip tlrt iah S.,uth
F1ior daA in thle irlitrt-t t oh te Oh ala
:lilian W\orks. The I'u-tiness of
itt c., .<-.rtn I expanding rapidly,
m' I iprowi!-- to be the largest in the
.tate. tinot only on account of its tine
protu.itious. but also it.. central loca-
tion and shipping facilities.
Mr. F ro'k Harrii, accompanied by
Ihi- daaaghter-, Misew, Sara and Violet
lira -, are-penidirg this week in M11-
a'-.. ajttetiditig the meeting of the
,..,i; P'rt--, A--,.iat!io. On Wed-
ti,hlay caught Vr. Harris a ltdr-ced
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*h.!',Vy l+-n t of t;ii- '.r'.r' gie rtteel
A' .*r1k,. o -r i- otllia,' .i- itlei itin Iz er -

He 'oi(tnitipla'te- giving t'enty-five
niliinr- for t tsr tili-lituent of a
Shiol t f i,.,ntliIa ,gy a! Pit -utrg, P'a.
Ttit-rt. arte three Wiys, \lr. ('arnegie
-a:t :h.at a In tii ia:iy li-p-te o(f hlis
wealth. First, to fourli i fAuily; -e.-,
:<,1. 1' t, i(. l'h ti t hie (u i ibli,' at ,,r
li;- d, !i h ; "iii'n!, to v''" to thie [ui -'ic
;ef-.; r lie d.t ..
IWheni ii'i hAive prvidedti ,for the_,ir
'ivest :' in da;I!u. tt r t !ii.it-rate sourti'o-s
ot' iliointi a;nti very niuolerate allow-
a,'t-s," thlty nay, he declares. "hlei-
t.ate in ibt-'ueitthing them more, for it
is a.)o lohiger quetiLonable that great
suis bequeathied often work more for
the injury than for the good of the re-
cipients."
The growing disposition in all high-
ly civilized countries to tax more and
more heavily large estates left at
deati is, he thinks, "a cheering indi-
cation of the growth of a salutary
change in public opinion. Of all
forms of tax.,iou this seems the wis-
es t. Meln who continue ho-rding
great sumi- all their lives, the proper
ui-e of whii;ai ftor puatlil ends. would
wi ork it* t the cmuiunity from
'tli'h it chiitfly came. should be
iainne (lo tI e t it :tit i coili t m'OiiililI ity, inU
ti forit oi the -tite, ':U (not tllus be
dt, pinv, o f i ', f r i ,i'are. 1y tax-
ing es-tates iettvily at death the state
marks its coiiemiinaltio. of the w.eli-sh
millionaire's unworthy life." He
would have the inheritance tax rap-
idly progressive, beginning at nothing
upon small holdings needed for the
comfort aud education of the chil-
dren, and "increasing rapidly as the
amounts swell, until of the million-
aire's hoard, as of Shylock's, at least
the other half
C2ne-tu the pr71v cofter o! the state.
Mr. Caruegie is teaching a doctrine
and setting an example that will have


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' GARRETT' CHILL TONIC

Guaranteed to Cure or no Pay

SThis is a Tonic that I


SIHas Been 'I tried

-A And Don't Fail.

Only 50 cents at.._ |


GCARIUETT & CrERG
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The Grand Jurors.


The following named grand juror-
were drawn for the Spring term of the-
circuit court which convened Tuesday:
W. S. Grimes, (. V. Itohbets, J. P.
Smoak, G. 0. Turier, J. H. Livings-
ton, jr., M. L. McQuaig, C. B Miller,
E. L. Vaughn, J. P. Brins.on, W. A.
Hammond, J. M. NM. Robin-ou, J. W.
Stevens, Charles Luciu-, R. D. Mc-
Donald, J. A. Langley. J. M. Math-
ew J. F. Parker and B. H. LeiIn(r.
After the judlg,-' charge to t lie
gra:indjury that i>*,y r, tired to til-ir
tetnp.'ra.ry .uairt. r- in th, a*r-C',x
building, a'.!lI o+i, ,, i t-in'll iy
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A Good Cough Medicine for Children.
i h ive" !n, Ih,-i!: i -n rli(:, (.-ruiinitni-ti '.- (' :t'h l .lf i
eily," -ays F. P. Morn:i, a we-!l kniv.in
anid popular baker of Pt-ter'linrt,.
Va. "\Ve have givela it to ouir ttiil-
dren when troitlle4l within li,:tol oiihs. I
.lAso whoopnl g ;LUth, april it hl:t- al-
ways given perfect satisf'Metion. It
a.s recomimiendi d to me by ii git a.4 the best (oughl mediin(- tfior
<.hild'rei, as it contained no opium( or
other harmful drug." Sold by the
Anti-Monopoly Drug Store. In


Mes.rs. J. M. L'itag & Co of Sa-
va:tnah, i;t. i report the ship et-it o|
high .ralde Fiorlda phoi-plie rip-.l
f,,r the month of Fe!-,ruary ait 17.Iit;
tolns; "lirii tiats f'or J il!U'itry alilurl' -
ed t)o 9; tonsi, Imaking aI tottil for
two months of l'Pol of o2;.4a2- toni.
Geo. VWr'y. the expert tlurlr of theI
Halifax '!tusio House, Daytona, is iii
town. Leave orders at Weihe's.
Mr. James B. Borland, who has a
fine orange grove on Orange river, in
Lee county, is visiting his old home at
Citra.


PLENTY OF IT.
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ALA FULRNIT'RE CO.
N ":.3, ;3. : '.,: 1;'!1 Pll')IllC S-qular

Dr. Van Elderen.
Dr. Van Elderen, tihe hypodermic
sp known tiere and throughout the
state alI nation for his wonderful
ia;thoi)d iof curiatig itifituninatory rheu-
mait:is.m, pain and all wasting dis-
e-t.', ad aa also for his unsurpassed
skill in the art of painless tooth ex-
tra:iinig. is nL'w for a few days located
:rt tih W hi i'-lht House annex apd
anI! !hi --ell and consulted from 8 a.
:.. till 'i p. rm. eavhl day. Testimo-
".. !- .- r"i ,ai: rka, ,l. ,ures tof" promi-
i!,' r i {.3i3ple-' living n,-ar by aind. afar
.':ill t sho, vii upon request oif any
I. iv or nt'it n:'i S-15.
To Cure a Coldjin One Day
Take Laxative Bromo Quinine Tab-
le-r1, All druggists refund the money
if it fails to cure. E. W. Grove's sig-
nature is on each box. 25c. t


SAVE YOUR HAIR

With Shampoos of Cuticura Soap

and Light Dressings

of Cuticura
This treatment at once stops falling hair,
removes crusts, scales, and dandruff, soothes
irritated, itching surfaces, stimulates hair folli.
cles, supplies the roots with energy and nourish.
ment, and makes the hair grow upon a sweet,
wholesome, healthy scalp when all else fails.

Millions of Women UseCuticura Soap
Assisted by CUTICURA OINTMENT for preserving, purifying and
beautifying the skin. for cleansing the scalp of crusts. scales had
dandruff. and the stopping of falling hair. for softc-niug. whitening
anlt soothing red, rough and sore hands, in the form of baths for
innovyiug irritations, inflammations and chatings. or too free or offen-
sive perspiration, in the form of washes for ulcerative weaknesses,
and many sanative antiseptic purposes which readily suggest them-
selves to womef' andi mothers. and for all the purposes of the toilet,
'ath: ;ind nursery. N1i aimOunt of persuasion can infiln those who
hai'V- >ii.e used them to use aniy other. especially fior servingrving and
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J IDWAIIS-MATNEWS.

Two of Marion's Popular Young Peo-
ple Married Sunday.
A leading event in social circles of
Flemington was the marriage of Mr.
L. K. Edwards and Miss Inez Math-
ews at the home of the bride last Sun-
day afternoon, Rev. A. L. Prisoc pro.
nounecing the word% that joined the
happy couple for life.
It was a quiet wedding, only the
immediate relatives of the contracting
parties being present.
After the impressive ceremony was
performed the guests were invited to
the dliing room, whhre ;ln elaborate
dinner had been prepared. Dinner
completed, the happy pair received
the congratulations anid h-t wishes
of those present and departed for
Fairti+-ld, their future home.
The brid- is one of Mariou'si most
chasing and acuompli-isbed young
ladi-s and a favorite among her vast
nutnmbr of aequaintanice, ni.l always
popular with the young folks. She is
a daughter of our ex-asew%-or, Mr.
Joe C. Mathews.
Mr. Edwards is well known here,
having for many years been connec-
ted with the firm of Edwards Broth-
ers in this city, but for the past two
years has had charge of the mercan-
tile establishment of Wade & McNair
at Fairfield. where he has gained an
excell .nt reputation a a thorouiLbly
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To get anything you want in the line of DRY GOODS,
CLOTHING AND SHOES at prices that will not hurt
your purse. Our buyer is now in New York and Phil-
adelphia buying our



Spring and Summer
Assortment of


LadiesAnd Gents' Wear

In the meantime we are giving big inducements, so as
to make room for the new goods, which have already
begun to arrive. Our motto: "Sell, not keep."



THE BOSTON STORE.


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A. K. HAWKESI
The Famous Atlanta O


Mr. N. N. Sekwr Pss- Away.
As we go to pream we learn of the
death of one of Ocala's eariiet set-
tiers, Mr. H. H. Schwerin, at his home
in the fourth ward.
He was taken sick Tuesday morn-
ing and lingered till last evening at 7
o'clock, when be died of spinal men-
ingitis.
The funeral will take p!iace tihs .f-
ternoou and the remains will be in-
terred in the Hebrew cemetery, with
Masonic honors.
Tlhe deceased was born in Germany
about sixty-five years ago and came
to Ocala in 1868. He entered the
niervantile business here and for years
was very successful, but revers-scaniie
and h-failed about fifteen years ago.
For the I'a't -even years he has been
engaged in the cigar manufacturlisg
bu.-niies, the last two at Dunnellon.
Mr. I. Schweriti, a brother, is the
only relative of the deceased in thi-
eomintry, to whomr the Banner joins
with many friends in extending yspi-.
pathles.


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market are well supp: ,.. witn
the appliances for p: ;, ,: .ar-
ing for fresh nTfw;:s. W. '.*ve
Freih Meat, P;il:rv'. V -.;hie
and all kinds of ('0,u;~inr, r Ir<,u(
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City Market


Ladies' Social.
La-t Monday afternoon from
3 to 6, the Ladies' Social of the
Presbyterian church, met with Mrs.
W. V. Newsom, and a most pleasant
afternoon was enjoyed by all present.
About Sj were turned over to the
treasurer. In the drawing contest
Mrs. Blake and Mis-s Alice Hooker
tied atil 'tit for the prize, the latter
inning. Re-freshments weie served
,uriig th1. afteruwm.rN. Mrs. Newsomn
v .t-: i-t,,-l '. y Mi-r F L. ';Ctr"ey,
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BANNE R.


'ime paper "Of the People, tor the People and by the People."

CCALA. FL)RIDA FRIDAY, MARCH 21, 1901. DOLLAR A YEAR.


FLORIDA.


Good Shoes

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occupies a most unique position.
First to be discovered by brave ad-
venturers from Spain, France and
England, she wa, in turn, first to be
flung away.
With loyal and imposing ceremo-
nials the royal standard of Spain was
planted on her shores. In its place
was soon floating the tri colors of
France; then again the "Unio,,n-
Jac'k," the ubiquitoui enmbltlem of
l-'1ngltlp'. a ll-emo luering amliiii,,n,
?lh .- l:41 to) the br.t-ze.

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a~ th o-~~t m-tu~ tioui. our girl-Athe love-
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Working 24 Hours a Day.
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:t:;i;, Ihlie !r:q'.' 'A:<1 [ i,:fln ': t. 0!
tii,'v are l.itutiful to the sighlt, gr'aie-
til t,, the Ialate and aro money in thy
purse. Plant the lemou, the lime aud
thxe grapefruit. for they are good in
sickness aud protitatle besides. Plant
flowers for they are rttining and beau-
tiful; all the year they preach to you
of the gotd.nes of G;od and the glories ,
ot His 'ootstool.

i Working 24 Hours a Day.


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1, iiiI. Morg'uti w a ii.e Ii zi g f-4 i I raft ing
Ix--140-Xli ~ e~~'' ~oi the ),-kI:uWah'1. river at Con-
Ill,, r. U41ft i. u ret. nsea ntir, leine mtan lawful death by bteiul
*o'! 't t 0 I c'i az7tr t~ *i 'oo we cI (4 iu~ t u iver a a Ligre pit1 ()z o and
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The Metropolitan Band.
The above named organization is
one of the best of its kind in the
state, and we are pleased to learn
that, after a few months' iapse into
comparative silence, it has been re-or-
ganized and promises to even surpass
its former excellence. It is comprised
of some of Ocala's most reputable
musicians and discourses music that
no city need be ashamed of. Under
the management oT Mr. John R. Mar-
tin the band has grown from a few ir-
regular-attending members to about
eighteen enthusiastic musicians,which
speaks well for this gentleman'- abil-
ity in this direction.
A meeting will lie held tonight at
the band room in the (Comriiercial
,:rntk luihlidii. antd as twitters of v;:at
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Become head and h i)ulders above the
others.
We never have snow, and bitter
cold winds are the exception. We
have almost daily showers in summer
when they are most needed, producing
constant verdure, ani assisting in re-
ducing the temperature to a pleasant
coolness. When there is not the usual
amount of rain, a copious dew nightly
supplies its place. All winter long the
pure air is filled with golden sunshine.
You are. bathed in its subtle essence.
You inhale i:- vivifying influence in
every ti'!r. Sunny skies and balmy
air oo)(,!t; th- n,rvte and invite re-
. -. ri. r.- t i.l ;-4 r u no iue
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S!. .ors,. anlI ther.are imany nights
in winter wihen fires ar. e necessary.
Floirfifa has 110 sensations to .l'ri tng
upon tIl- lun\wary searcher after riches.
\Vit 4t -h.e tlr- is valuaible anti en-
durinir. Here Iboth ol~ sea3 and land.
ilAti!ni' ha l.rovibletl .d a ri'lih torehoulse.
. ;-u,'tt.tai;til ..11,11" 11 to engage the two
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PLAY of Pattern

Hats and Milli.

nery Novelties for


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MARCH 26th.
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J. (i. FERGUSON & CO.


0ca[3,Fliorida.


A4uctio~n Sale.

office intlt.the10,wii of spitrt, I' will 'trer
for -ale the -reamai n'l.r of lmy farming

c!UIill-tugaboiut -A10 I4Ittl(-; 4o0'pure t.rape
o..nvintagie of IS91,'!. I
also ) tt',-'r fo o-f i ( -t1111i)!Ceti)1ian
mlar, i1i l' .het !tiutwk and fruit
farm in ti 04 '1-4:1V. Eve-ry mj


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Appointments


Our patrons are at lilhrty :u nmIrak( appointments I
with tfricnts to m..et ti t our rooms for
con,-ulatin. 1 )By do(inga they avoid the an-
noying interruptions to which they might 4
otherwise be exposed.


Munroe & Chambliss, Bankers








c(,IFIIiIAL IiANIK OCALAs


(Branch of Commercial Bank, Jacksonville.I

CAPITAL !50,000


Ac, "unt. of Firms, Corporations and Individuals Solicited.
Prompt Atten lou to all Buinies Entrusted to our Care.
Exchange Bought and Sold.






A. E. DELOUEST



HARDWARE


Sash and Doors,

Farming Tools,


READY MIXED PAINTS, ETC


J. H. MORTON W. D. MORTON.


OCALA' LUMBEo COMPANY.
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Cheap Insurance.
Many a man ha:s lieen ini.ured
against Bright's dieas-, di,'iltbtes, or
other dangerous ailment by a fifty
c-.ut bottle of Foley's Kidney ('ure. m
For Sale at a Bargain.
'Two hliou< and lts, one anti one-
h-tif bli.-k from :q,(mr,. (lheap for
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THE OCALA BANNER.


fANLK AIS, Itor.

TALK TO EDIrORS.


(NOTE-The following paper was read by thi
editor ot this paper before the Florida Pres
Association last Wedcesday night at Miami.J
Mr. Pre.-ident, La'dit' and G',ntlre,'n::
It were better, perhaps, in this era
of swift development if the young
men of our profession were asked t<
give advice to the older ones.
As men grow old they too often
grow morose, crusty and cranky; or,
to use an idiom outside the schools,
"they become 'sot' in their ways,"
and find it hard to adapt themselves
to new and ever changing conditions.
How prone are we to believe that
there "were giants in those days"-
meaning the days when we were in
our prime and at our best.
We delight to believe that it was
the golden era of chivalry and genius.
Swelling with benignant pride, we
say that then m.n were courtly to
women. That th.ni nmeni were brave.
They would brook no inj4hlts nor ban-
dy uio epi'hets. Di'-putes were .setlt-d
at tile pistolI 4,inlt. The "fieldI of
honor" wat the place of glory.
We tain lbelie-v that meni tliin p4.s-
ses-td' the moral! 'urat off their i.'-
vi.'tiou -- ,t s courage to 0niet their traducirs fare to'
face with drawn sw rIts, and' possE-s-:ed
wit, eltoquenc'e, -vis, lni aind Iiety. iV
so premintnt na degr,, litat th*vy will
never again hear rt.etitioj.
Alas, ala'k trgrebttnlss hasx d-parted-
t1. l t 1 .1 t ,! ,') -,. .
A:n rtK n e :n '.<' ,--, 1- st z A'. i:!
Thus, we "old timerr" criii,.i,,,
growl, find fault. coim l;ai-!, l!'litt!,.
gr)w gloomy anlmt p(- snii,'i, -c.atter
the setds of discort au u i d: ,out-njt,
and wlen tioially we are a';Illd hl ;tie,
the verdict of otur 'ontel'otrari'-s i>:
"We lived loni etlouh1 J''.
I h"lpe that I may g,,. old Ario
gracefully andl inmy -si ',iv that
my death will lprovke a Itn're plaii-
iun D!>ifuarVy.
G rovwitg rf ini-Ti'r it y ,- in;-
teresting to k 'now th.' t vii> 1 I ir-
entered a pri tini; ,,ill,.- ii;, .," i
town-s iul tlit toni.rn [.! i .-', ," "i;,
state. with tlhe ex ba -tc.' F i'ri'l it. w a ; "> : ,i i : ,;;- *'..- -
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cat leared Gceek eit e ty ; S Sapd
Wrote is Tad Oripm, md Smoutmde
Dore off the prime of wetse from his eeompee
When each bad numbered more than fouraeore
years,
And Theophrantes. at four score and ten,
Had but begun his characters of men ;
Chaucer. at Woodstock with the nightlingales.
At sixty wrote the Canterbury Tales;
Goethe at Weimar, toiling to the last,
Completed Faust when eighty years were ,.ast.
These. indeed, are exceptions; but they show
How far the gulf stream of our youth may flow
Into the Arctic regions of our lives.
Where little else than life itself survives!"
When a man's head like mine is
frosted o'er by Old Father Time the
old idea was that be should prepare
for the tomb.
A number of good people still cling
to that belief.
He was told that he should read the
"Bible," the "Lives of the Saints,"
Zimmerman on "Solitude," Bicker-
steth on "Prayer," Harvey "Among
the Tombs," Young's Night
Thoughts," and Baxter's "Saint's
Rest."
Way should we spend the best part
of our years-years in which we are
best fitted by experience and observa-
tion to benefit our fellows-in paving
the way to the grave with gloom and
melancholy?
God rested from his labors when
his works were finished.
Why should we rest from ours until
our course is fully run ?
Why should we because our heads
are a little frosted, sit idly down and
say:


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Yea, rather let us say:

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1 NKI a:10tl Of t'Iit -the ri p! ti .' tilt e alea
hur v t lit i r dead !'
I rt jm'ce that the wt.rlalis rowling
awyfrom the tha-'lef that ta' ss.'(4iur',rf
thle soul, otu)It~l,'tile laItitiandC mortify
the. bo4dy is p~tlehisil"t, (ioal.
In a late iss.ut, a-' the~ Atlanta J,)ur-
Indla huhini'Aer ni that city said f h'a
hit.- Cl ievi (1 in 'pr. 'zrt-'-s iii ret-gI(iJU.71
Prcg-res"' too t aw-.Avfromti (hrik-t hot
ta)warfkCi- hrio4. It was thle old eiet-jf.
lie s: i.that the' don lpAst was aw%.a v
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tendon to dget and hygiene, the gym-
nastum, baseball, and football in our
nehools, our practice with dumbbells,
Indian clubs, golf and the byelcle,
and other athletics indulged -in by
both men and women,are the agencies
for making giants of our race.
I belive if men and women could
forget their dignity and years, and
like boys and girls, vould run and
romp, and skip and jump, keeping
their joints supple and muscles flexi-
ble, rheumatism and lumbago would
be driven off, and they would be as
lythe and active at eighty as the
average person at fifty.
If Methuselah, with his imperfect
knowledge of the law*e of hygiene atud
health, could live to be nine hundred
and sixty-nine years old, why should
we not remove the limit of man's ac-
tivities beyond the period of three
score and ten ?
Entertaining these beliefs I ask my
brethren of the press to contradict
the prevalent opinion that the Oeala
Banner is a pessimistic sheet!
Beholding the swift development of
this section I am led to believe that
the story of "Aladdin and his Won-
derful Lamp" was not intended for
fiction, and shall not be surprised if
before another decade this Association
shall meet at Key West and be trans-
ported thither all rail via Miami.
Your Mugi has only to touch his
wand and it is done!
And,i as he has already tamed the
ell)rts of'Aladdin,the world will not i'e
astonuiheied at the marvelous achieve-

[:tvini, I:eii htrgely in strurn-ntlal
ill i' in :t'll ie tn '-nlls of f late-
rial tal i ',-le tai tL'lh mindlor to wl hich
I hliatve ,but -ziven i 'at.-'4iii Lialar't',
t!J r' v-t 'inll:tinll, tiit 'll to ki'ep the

,ll i!ii ilv' i t I ii, trt- yet in
thir miif>n.y anl thi- higher peaks of
krp,,\i~ '1e ;ii II t 1 Vft t I t 't'eil evell
Wit'a t0l- aid .iOf .an iit llec.tual tele-


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I! It is not claimed that Foley's

Honey and Tar will cure Con-

sumption or Asthma in advanced

stages; it holds out no such false

hopes, but does truthfully claim to

always give comfort and relief in the

very worst cases and in the early

stages to effect a cure.


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J. P. GALLOWAY. Prop.


Liquors, Wines, Beer, Gigars.


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'that the pn-hall bemr the workd'
arbiter and protector s seem In the
poet's vision, beating hark the owfel
of evil, righting wrong, represslng
i violence, avenging injustice and
greed, and moving the world upward
Sand onward in its progress to higher
and yet higher levels until its ruaen
and its subjects shall stand fully
abreast with the lotty ideals laid
down by the Great Teacher!
ItU should be the effort of the press
not to let our experiment in the Phil-
ippines illustrate the modern fable of
the hawk, the eagle and the fis. The
benevolent and bigger .bird rescued
the fish from the hawk the same as
the United States rescued the poor
Filipino from the clutches of Spain.
The benevolent bird of freedom says
in the fable as in real history:
." How ungrateful you are
SinctY've traveled so far
To emancipate you from
The tyrannous hawk.
Thus of freedom to talk.
And imagine you've a cl-tim
ro the home whence you came.
Indeed, I've designed
And had only in mind.
As distinctly i aid in my late proc!am.Ation
To secure for your race
A superior place
By means of benevolent as.,imilation.
Thus into the air,
Spite of protest and prayer.
The fr-h goes aloft to the bird's habitation
And the birdl i. so filled
With the fish that he killed
That he t-oo die', of benevolent assimilation.
If a free, unsbarkled press is more
powerful than a standing army it
should stand foi peace 4tnid be the pre-
servitor thereof. It s-lould d-'cree
that there shall be no more war' unor
rutllors of wars.
It should l ihantge Mrs. Juli: \Vsard


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into a "Prorilama, ion #if
p It should drpihs h f
Fof that hymn %ba~ll T.d s.

in rhe bthl i.
With a 814r) .1 !1.
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Mqbt was No r ..,.,
"'I would vo"Sh iot I .-t4.y aSU
long," writ...M.N..I t
Alexanalri:,. litii l~ ~d
Xet S7any #--1.* 1 I:a't "N
bad that if I walks ek I v.* tJF
cough frigliffi Iv a
when all other r**. I ,
$1 *0l bottle" "( 1)1 fir k
eoveF3T wlioIly *:ir elr-1a'11

teeed jto aure oegilt-.vi
bronehli i s *tii.& .' A W% '~

wNt t1#-4frte. :it 0 i~r r. *ra 'g
store. __
The y")uc m*'. ..

fear of onjoe-iali-ti i mltaaf
ITh.'rsare Cue' armyi- f o be %b
StoIwedlby Ili- lr*- I. 01W lb
new army ll
thert ar.m- or rh ''sI~plI.

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CLEANSES THE LIVER AND BOWELS '
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s: i ;)r., .ui ng great retiness and in-
JU-11-11 1,a tt iep~mularerputaos form
...ri&f- A than. ti. flRuid, wk"c
I ~ %,tI ,wnies Megtbskin is
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forni ..tormelitif I-tuIbomordiuseew,
L 1...cki4~al n a" aLming at times are
a it..' :atrrahle, the acid burning
s-*s 1., ri o0Ut. aufst the bkin
04i!.T, %St! %4,,% washes nor other extev..
ba..-be 1Pmuiuin re-mams in the blood
..p Car -kin irritated.
BAD FORM OF TETrER,

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iaterrste all euday school work to'
atbolib all leaono leaves and journals
from the school and oue nothing but
the Bible in teaching."
Affirmativt-Rev. M. (C. Feri, D.
D, W. D. Carn, Peter Durisoe, N. A.
Fort. Negative- W. H. Ruswell, Rev.
W. S. Miltee, L. 8. Light, David F.
Srumions. After which an open do-
bate of live minute speeches.
3:45 p. in., report of committees
sud any other husinesa.
S I NI)AY(NI<( T.
7:34- p. m ., prayer and 1prAiie led by Peter Durisoe.
4 p. ni., sermon by Rev. J. ('. Por-
ter or a 4uistitute.
Bro. W. H. Ru-ssell, M. D) has bi,-1n
appointed musical director.
RE\. P. J. E.I.VF.,
L. 1r. L14IT, Moderator.
Secretary.
The Creation of Woman.


.A I.gt -n"d ," h Hi.ndoo-
In the beginning of time, Twashtri,
the good Vulcan,of Hindon-myth
ology created the world. As he
wanted to create the woman he dis-
covored, that, while creating the man,
he had used up all the available ma-
teriala. There remained nothing of a
tirm and durable element. Surprised
and confused, Twashtri fell into a
de-p rev rie. When he had thought
-uthiieitly over the matter, lie did
the following:
lie took the roundude-- f )the b mf'.,
thei w.ve lini-. ot th- -ti:ike, th-
triii'tii::- ,f the v i.!-, the ,C th,*.'' ..
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1111oeyeelss Crops Grown With Brains.


vaIn'( lie. *l'li:4 is a fAIL44eY, like at
gr.t.3 li.t iv of i ipla d 1(1rnisisau~tha'twe
arest if'eaad of oousttjas.!, foir it-Iimi
Ncte iuk- ftigurt -nto 41V4111 :1 1,.)1.iti 'it,
~ a ei~ta!!edrain nai- Anya4#141
truteker. who r, adsIh~le :aidi ie ira :n
late Iistsne (of th. Haaaxntr laeud.-d,
"M~one-y riops (.rotvu with Hrains,"
will j~~~-nly s tatf-tavwnt as to
figure?- lying.
A ft-w year, sgo a M.-utto-th firmn
paid 47&1)t. Jolm i(7'ltiawber-' $(, 54W an
acre rent for land on whiuli they had
Xniwnt eaob~age, yet both inenibers of
Wei firm ilost everything they had-
amoney, stnck, goods', hores and
lands--growing vegetables and can
now truthfully sing the old song once
popular with the Methodist ministry,*
"-Nq toot for land (do I possess,
A traveler in lire's wilderness,
I s.-aly sojourn here."
An Alachua c'.untitygrower -,old
SPlP4J)mNw-orth 401 ll:~~front P 1 aer~s

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.1'.rI : (';ro~lina.
SWe received a shipment of Wagoes
ne last week whieh it iook two men with
Sa two horse dray four days to unload.
ion for Malaria Pretty good shipment, wasn't it?
i ta ,ttle of What kind of wagons were they?


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.E.lop, nlta iiv 'e- ritu*-i'ir(,. in onele
of hi.- fale., rel-pr .I e tl ii -h i unaii ter-
able condition. of i tie i i'k 'mian. It
seems that there was then ;i desire to
get rid of the ormplii.ati in ,f color.
It wa deemed uufoirtunalite that (God
should have made white and black
men, and a philanthroptst endeavored
t0 wash a negre whit.. The result
was that the negri> died tinder the
operation of wvashiig. A I'rofe."or
(jGunnink, of ('hi,.ago, iiin t lecture
whiifh lie eIilivered oni tlie 131th in.
stant, r'prtr- 'nt- the h l t--s- nIasture
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White Hickory

Wagons.
We bought Ile White Hickory be-
cause we buy the btst wagons we can
find, and we could find none as good
as the White Hickory. They cost us
more than other so-called "first class"
makes-in car load lots it amounts to
a great deal more. But they are the
best and we must have them. We
have never sold one that did not give
entire satisfaction, and those who buy
them will tell you so.
This was without a doubt the best
assortment of wagons ever shipped to
Oc.ila. We have every siz( of one and
two horse wagon, and every iz', of
two ;:til f uiir-ho'ri'- turpt.enltiir' < zw ir.
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pwrovi' tha-t they tuideerntatidl a:,ka,'~it c ri' of t..f,-
v-4t s;::inaard oif all their renw-fi.,Ii~-4i Dr. VanO76keS Holland Bitter%
Phe:s411 t, a ithful maul iii -n ~i' rt iti *. a .W. I *el wi1, 11 0*11' 1 I-
Or Dy-.pepw4a, ('onwei j~aaion hsia'I: Iil-in w-iii-Vt) : i-* r-i.r. =
Sio'itmeh. It fa'reiix; ljtel14 the .4sornavii, t4)11P,4 the nmm.r'.-, 'aI
latt" the app-tite. It Has No Equal as a General Teaw sald gras.i,
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Count raise good fruit

That's the kind 1 send out. u ist have Pota,,h.
Htv a careful study of the market m s
I am able to tell within a small' Fertilizers containing
margin the condition and prices
of products from one week to ,
another. That's why I guaran- lea-t t o '
tee quotations, WHien you ship )tash will gV b -
me. vour stuff is --old at prices
quoted. or it'- nfyl vIt-. Send a results rit
trial shipintnt. results on fruits of all


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DO YOU REALIZE




WHAT IT MEANS



To deal with a Grocery Store that furnishes you


EVERYTHING in that line? We can supply you


with anything from a box of Matches to a carload of
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Grain at shorter notice than any house in this section


of the state, and at a small margin of profit too.


SOur line is COMPLETE, therefore when we receive


a phone or mail order we don't have to delay in fill-


Sing it. This means a great deal to the average cus-


Stomer, so you so y it ry s



We are continually trying to get something new and good for our


E trade. Last week we not only added Tetley's Teas to our list, but


_ we have the HONEY MOON CHEWING GUM, FRESH GRAHAM

M- FLOUR, BIG HOMINY and EDAM CHEESE. In Evaporated

Fruits we have PEACHES, APRICOTS, NECTARINES, APPLES.

_-- I'PRUN ES, Etc., and prices are right too.




Don't forget that we are headquarters for Staple as


well as Fancy Groceries, carrying the largest stock in


_ the city. Prices are as low as is consistent with a


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