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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 29, 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 )
Genre: newspaper   ( marcgt )
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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Volume ID: VID00581
Source Institution: University of Florida
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Resource Identifier: oclc - 18660476
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THE


OCALA


BANNER.


The paper "Of the People, tor the People and by the


People."


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CCALA, FLORIDA FRIDAY, MARCH


29, 1901.


DOLLAR A YEAR.


RUHA ElITOR II SESSION



EAST COAST A PARADISE
Al A HIVE OF INDUSTRY.


tWS BOSSERS AN D OULDERS OF
PUtLIC OPIMISO ETNMUSIASTIC.
ALLT *RECEIVE IT WMIAMI


t.1-e 011ags.Pleasure With Business
Defeat the Meetings ,Tht Press
AbssciatIOR Bulletin a Success.
Governor Jefnanines a Gueat of
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,ented us with the most luscious or-
auge we had seen in some time.
They also gave us badge- and car-
riage tickets.
We were domiciled at the l',yal
Palm, one of the beautiful Flagler ho-
tel.. This hotel, with its myriad of
electric lights, and the beautiful gar-
dens. with its luxuriant tropical
i plants, made the Florida editors think
they had bcnii transported to Fairy-
land. It was indeed a revelation to,
Most of the party, who had never l:i-
fore visited the FIas: C(a.-t.
On Wednes.lay imorninrl the tir-'

Sh. rt anid appropriatee -pechel
w -* a int-ere iy Mayo Luniinu-, t i. i
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k 1 tie ; ft. !r? ,n' l :l lb usilr -.- 3-'--' i. 6 l
ws,- l I-id :h it! that i eveItiI ; e all Spt .lIheIl
littrair% programme wv:- irendelred.
Mu-chli interest was manifestvd in
thei Bulletilln, issued lIy tile ass.oi.-ition
>n Friday morning, and whicli ,,roved
to, a, ;i 'hnrisd:-ty mlorninl ilnd afterltI).n>
iu-iin,-u nwetings were hlield, flierss
f,' tilhe Ensuing ye:' il.einag tl (ett.I
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-e..itry 1 inll kvpi:ig with thlie r.-t of
then E:at 'Coast fairyland. Largo
Zro-e of n mangoes, royal palms. co-
make a beautiful background for this
trai.,tuil little stream.
Friday afternoon a trill on li-iaayie
i lBay in th ** Martiniqiu-" wai the at-
tIf ', :. W<1e ; tl thli' Dock :d two
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Throuh one of the upper pa:.-t- tihe
di -tancet to sea i- only a few miles
anIl as the botto4ni i.s made tp largely
of coralline rock, the wok of deepen-
ing it will te an easy matter.
'When this is accoiplish'd Miami
will be a city of destiny.
I:-,ayne ]lay is a beautiful shetct of
wsi' : ;it;< o .lear a.- to be transla-
T lii Ti". trip i'down it wa-: very
er, .i:ly t'jiyeo azi wiv 0ole' ott f the
I ri;, ;i l l featulr.- f lthe etitori:al out-


ocean, and to the officers of the asso-
I ciation for their untiring efforts to
make the trip oce of unalloyed pleas-
ure,.
We left Miami at six o'clock Satur-
day morning with deep and sincere
regret.
The press of Miami, as well as the
whole town left no stone unturned for
our pleasure, and we shall all rememn-
ber Miami and her enterprising citi-
z:ens with a great deal of pleasure, and
only regret that we cannot go there
oftencer.
On the return trip \we stoliped oil at
I'alni B' achl for live hour:.
Thisri- i. iidel'e the !pir:iraiie of earth.
I I.-ii., li;n 'ii ; i lp:ninsula twen- ,
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a1 r .' lr. "lu :aer lha- t\,w i 'I.Itiful
Hlotl- ill.e' Royal I'ohi ..t! \w,' .h{ i li(ote l ili tli. wvorhl, and
lii- il'.treakr, allother iiiornlous hlo-
tel. Tlhe-et two hotels are not enough
to accommodate the crowds that
every winter tiock to this "garden
spot of the world.'" so Mr. Flagler is
to lutiili another hotel, which will be
the nio-t elaborate of any of his sys-
tet. Their prices will t, c 2 per day
4n1 luliwar'd.
Mr. Jo).ipli .lifr-on ;sal)o liilding
t lir lIot<-! acro' -< thle -ik ;11t W est
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A Good Cough Medicine for Children.
.,f [tre )11(3 li *i I tlvy ill ricE(ill-
I1Itieiir i?:1 (*ha ilirliii q a lgli I14,111h
tinY. .1-;i" 1'. NMuran. a well k1~itiw
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A Lesson From Generations.

And Solomono said unto Hiranm,
king of Tyre: "Now, therefore, comn-
mand thou that they hew me cedar
trees out of Lebanon, and my ser-
vants shall be with thy servants, and
unto thee I will give hire for thy ser-
vants according to all that thou shall
appoint, for thou knowest that there
is not among us any that can skill to
hew timber like unto the Sidoniansl."
And HIirani -lUt tto Saloman, saying:
"I have oihn-idere'! thlit thins which
thlou -(it"-t to unl < for. ;itio l I will dlo
th'y dt< -i i, .ii:'riin-. liewn tinii,.r of
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A di i( : .;', ;" l,:-- t1,:, fllr..rt,
I O-fii;:nl ,i"\'l iibllbti- ,,f 'ylrt-- Unid of pille
:iiitl >l 'i tlirtii ii nlli,' -trv'"t- of the
city- call ed (II ) laa. A.ni, iron lie
fetchied al]-o, and put upon the hewn
timbers. Three thousand, four hun-
dred, thirty and three cubits didi he
brinir., and tlihe uttermost limits of the
city were reached. And chariots oft
iron did lie build and place upon the
irons, which were upon the hewn tim-
bers.
And, as the 1)eople placed Solomon
union the king's mule, even so was a
mule placed for to draw the chariots
tof iron. And the same did the mule
(:raw for many years, according to
the charter, throughout all the streets
andl alleys of the city.
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tiniber- which lv i tlh iln the -treet- 1
will not take away, ibut will leave a:s ave
an iniheritaiiwe unto the town." 'o thle ly ud
iron and the .liariot- lie takthli up,
vEveil as Samniison taketh up the gates
of Gaza, and the muil ie ( drave away,
but lbehlio(. the tinlmbers abideth with BUG

And it came tio pa-- that the weary
wayf:arinlg miain, as le journeyeth to
and from, htittetli his to t against the
timbers aind waxethi wroth. Like- +
wise, le that ridethl tie1 whic-,!. -o also
they that dirave the chariot hlulnmiethi ,
ti-he ties, :n1t! 1im l.'h bh plielliy iandt
vcx'itioli (f spirit prievailath.
Andi it shalll coiei- to i-. that whio- SA
-o(v(r r(limovethi the leh-t otf tlihe.s ).
Iimblers, thlion or thy brethren, suf.lii-
eth tlh( 1trteatet.st evil tlihrefor. For iin-
:stnuch'i as Ephr.aimii was ioitivd to hi. Necessity)
idols, -i. also i. ()Ocala joined to the t .. ri
(rossties, andl they shall remain for-
ever in tihe streets, that it may IHe ful- proved to
killed which was spokezi iby tihe pro- parent ni
phet, saying: "Keetp them always, ily at nig.
even unto the end, as a sign and a to-
ken of the covenant between mis-gov- county.
ernment and dirt." dresss J.


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Vegetables!


-HAS-ELTINES CATCHER .

y the Mother of Invention.
itd I' kill the wornis-they
o) many. We now catch the
toths and Ibugs, all of which
lit. Agents wanted in every
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M MILLIONS of Women Use CUT!CUL'_
for prc..<. ;=y, purifying, and bcauti'
ing the sc.ipof crusts, scales, and c .
of falling hair, for softening, whitening, and
and sore hands, in the form of bath .
inflammations, and chafings,or too free o' o .
the form of washes for ulcerative weaknc1:.:.;.
ant.iscptic purposes which readily su,.g:-. .
---- others, and for all the purposz;s
c-;C.;. No amount of persuasion c:.; -..
.u* scd it to use any other, especially i-
S'..Zh skin, :alp, and hair of infants and c' .<
-OAP combines detcate emollient r'-,
- .'CURA, the 'c nt s m cure, w: ,
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Light Biscuit


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Fine Puddings


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THE OCALA BANNER, MARCH 29, 1901.


You Want


Good Shoes


Everybody Does

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ever ibrouzl]it to )':da. 'fI~& Stockhi,
of prime .' aiti calf, elc t-p fr ser-
Vice. Tit iole-,,uiue atnd out, :and4
the em'otzu'r= tt aI a.0fol id, one rait''e
lioIP letlli'~. ihiPai1 (..-IstOiv 11thii, con-
Lrress style is- ,a'uar:' utt'ad Ilyti~'te I1:l-

Yom, IPrict- !
Vouur Ojpprtuhauilly.

J. M. JNEEk~LY,
mHE SOE AT'D aT Ulm;
Merchants' IlIovk. O cala, Fla.


BOYS' ko. e pantts ihi eti'dlle:s 4 riety'
and at lowpiA lrhs., too. M. Fi-Ail.
AMei.srs. Levi and Luciu-, Farmiit'. of
Orange ISpriug'-, visited Ouiala last.
MIondaiy andti Wha. Viile here
they mlet Ihie-iy i4401Irivuild.. la".aa
Brinson.


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FSunday Sahool Convention at Reddich.

The third Suuday Sehool C'onven-
tion of the Eastern district of Marion
Association will meet at 1teddivk,
Floridat, Mareh :39 and 311f 1.1m, at 14
a. Mn.

If)a. mt. l(u -uIvitjitaEbi ip--n Id by ithe
moderator by .og;m"'l, reatdlir :-h
-eri ptre prayer.
.Ajppoit.Lm1et1L f commurkittees alidill ti
addie;-S of Welcoeot by .J. If. BilhinIg-s-
ley.
.'ii'toadI(drtea.,;of iielo()tle 'V D
S. MEI.otoil.
10i:415a. ill. sermoniot y IRev'. 1low:ti',i
1)ukill, of Oeala.
-~ATUMlPAY A1I' i;RN'O'N.
At 2 1). ill.. pivra3&r praise servick-
led bay W. 1). (jarn.
2:30 J)p. TIl., Ilis('U1S.i4I!3, "Whi:-.t iS; tile,
best 11ie~iio' to :III? avte c('loihrtii to
attend Sunday S~i~o'hadW.' H. Itf. ius-
sell, U.I), N. It. Fort, J. XV. Bislimp,
Rev. C. Ferris, D). )., Rtev. H-oward
IDutill, and a general (idcisut.imhl.
1 1~)p. mu., ~m~uafter which :ill
expericace meeting a-s totihe best wayt
of teaching it Sunday school el-Ass.
Mrs. Doctor WVilsoni. Mr. WoodNW.
1). Ilobbitt, Mr-4..M. A. Reeves, Doc
toy. Billingtsley, 3uj(I all open nIltitg
for ill.
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INDIAN SIGT"ALS.

The Long Di'.nnce 4 *:.!t- by WbIor
the Red MeIn (' ei'ermed.
T I'w t ra veler ou tI.(-I ht* C.;: i. ll nz .-o, r
they ~ :r-I* la.; nead I'lle of~,iu

an 1.ill 4 f1u1i : he*il'.-OAfL Sideo[-ul
P4d fr' ion :a ent1 dirtviioii. It %vas
t he i uii kof hciix iudiaw; iv a ii as
mile" (of U i u~tec! iv., :~ i I a iguail
iiqed Iin rllitgIlis* warriors for an at-
tack or -warnin rg Oin u for :a retrve(t
ivThO u i tatse'ru&i ld :iL V..':V4-f 11;.
the4 sliw)' .in,' riui.4rs a'I- :i'. I.li~
thait $sai-ch o \ea!1!1 v*111:.t

1sio,4ne : ud 11-1e. vI f,; :- a ILA,' ofli
(4,lve2it1..- I i''11*I !e fina .itli h -i'laiket
for a1 11301142!i :i. anl 1 i!q1dv-lyio

sujitki' to .:ic-ceitld, x-1* w ilionfdily
f,)4,0'C1 tlic ire ::a ..'aaiuyu~n c


TFhere Is :uan outainy nr':r.' 'fi't r
sillothes built (lo),41 h ret her Y110-:11)1 dan t-
ger. O)ne nwi1q i~~.vta''uit :! :;vn-

this~ idace.' Travel'dtile pla iin. :11andthet
u"efiiilCesi, (if this 1.;'ii 1itanfee tele>

Soflictilara,.:it niighIt tho !settler or
traveler saw ftiury Llut', cro(ssing ,tilt.
s1ki,~ Sltottiligp t1:1)i'ndl hi lii ii. j*'iIiups
qa Liit iriacetior 1i uua.22 t it the line
o f i'i'doi1. loe iumrigt uaathat fl'c-o
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soa ham yhami, ai
am swe a palatible ro:,
itew Nf They ans not prk'!-i;
handled belor they reqeh-
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market are well supicaI.
the appliances for pro~er'.N-
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p'ay. 7i"sI.
Mr. Fort Recommended.
Tim deilc'ratic ,X' ,-'utiv' -'fi t :t-
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FANE HAraIS, Editor.

Loose living atnd fast living are the
same.
Showers of lble--ings follow clouds
of darkness .
Bad roads are more *-ostly than
good ones.

Where the heart sinks the hands
cannot succeed.
No shame is so shameful as when
one loses shame.
You may oppress truth, but you
cannot suppress it.
When your foes laugh with you
your friends will weep.
It is always easier to forget bad hal,-
its than to forego them.
The young men who stay the latest
when they are courting do not always
make the most staid husbands.

There is now said to lie wealth in
sawdust. It makes all sorts ,Of


'"I man made the ships and
the houses, who made the
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things-gas, tar, acids, char, etc. Man has not been alone in building
A firm in New Jersey has a charter uli the East Coast section.
for making flour from sweet potatoes. If it had not been blessed of heaven
This new flour will be umanuf:a'tured ill a iviug it its :,oft atmosphere, it,.
on a large seale.
n a large .-ale. _luxurious soil, its beautiful river, lake
.Mr. Henry 31. Flagler ihas Ieen to and ovean front:-, it.- tlandsctape, bewil-
1he Tampa Bay Hotel on a tour of ilu- flering in its t:tsliled la.- 4)f tree, a1 I
section, and it is believed that his r
-:isit will mllean a great le:al to that frn, ani lower, even Mr. Flal(lr.
'ity. with the prodigal expenditure o)f hii
The counties, or Indian potato, i- lbe- rmOne. aided 1by 1hi. architects and
ing manufactured into a flour at 31i. gardeners., could not have made it the
ami. For making p)ncake-, griddle fairyland that it is.
eakes, lpudding.-, etc., it is said to ex- Magi.c as .t h et the growth ,t
;.el all other products.3
...A.. 1Miami-the mlosi rapid and -uistan-
"Doctor," asked Mrs. Tyt-'hit, tial of any Florida town-the woli.der
"do you notice how lean 1 am : What
will cure me of it .' "Proverbs, 1it to u. is that it hus not hrown more
chapter, -.2ith verse," bluntly replied rapid and its opuh1ulation of hundreils
.lie old fashioned family physicians. is n,'t mounted d biy thousands.

Juy 4;ould's estate at his death wa With her gates f11ng wi(e-o)etni, a
estimated at :7 .'i,o< (,. Notwithl. di.-play of tempting fruits (,verywhIIrt
Standing the expensive habits of andti oe f)or)ididin anywhere. anda :
Count Boni de ('a,.tellaine, it is no11w welcome inscrib.td in lett-rs on
estimated to have grown to be I- -
4,', 4- it- ihalners anhl nung o the outer
wallZs, is it s:ran_' that imen and wo-
l'ugeie J. Hall. tile poet a:nii pui,'- niul hcii -ouhl accept thil invitation and
-isher, say. that onet ,i, .,f Fo lI ey"' k int an earthly e (te l i f.,t
Hon(y anid 1Tr r.-,tor.Al li- voito
WhenlI harrs.ness I! t!r ett.it,. ,i -, '.it 111' l'ialt a V-;t-!ia;ii for .- .-
lis lecture at Ceiltral M n-i. 1:1-'I -tantd it ajn* ::il ,'ri- of lu-,' !, 1A;,

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The holding of the State Press Asso-
ciation at Miami was in a high degree
educational.
Glimpses of the scenery from the
car windows were vividly beautiful
and the exhibits at the Dade County
Fair a revelation!
We, who reside in this section of the
state, have all our lives combatted the
idea grown so prevalent as to have
crept into some of the geographies:
"that that portion of Florida not sand
is swamp and mosquitoes;" yet, con-
cerning the East Coast section, we
have permitted ourselves to pocket
the accepted opinion, and, what is
worse, acted accordingly.
We have permitted others to take
advantage of first opportunities and
reap the richest harvest within the
gift of the state.
Seeing the magnificent combina-
tions and admixture of nature and
art-the handiwork of God and man-
the words of Helen Keller-the deaf,
dumb and blind mute-occur to us.
The very moment she was able to
express her thoughts to her teacher.
she asked:


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section, but whatever the praises they
sing, or the pictures they draw, it will
be impossible for them to run to ex-
aggeration.
Beautiful, lovely, exquisite, en-
chanting, and the many superlatives
necessary to make a complete and
charming picture of fairyland, are
unequal to the task of even attempt-
ing a description of the beauties of
Palm Beach and Miami.
The eyes must see and the soul come
in touch with the beautiful picture to
feel the sensation it prodlices.
It isi a drearn-a sweet inspiration:
Fern, and vine, and flower, and
shrub, the date and eooa palms, and
the soft windI .soughing in the wide.
spreading branches, the singing birds
and the phosphorescent waters, are a
foretaste of the celestial kingdom the
good editor is destined to see nestling
near the "great white throne."
More than ever we can say: "Flor-
ida is, indeed, God's country!"

The First Bulletin.
The Florida Press Association Bulle-
tin, the composite paper issued by the
editors of the state at their meeting
at Miami, has been sent out, and the
Tribune has had the pleasure of ex-
amilinin. it.
The idea of issuing such a paper or-
iginated with George W. Wilson, ed-
itor of the Times-Union :ind (Citize.n,
wlio oll'rr- prizes for the lbe-t work
in each of theh departments. With all
thet editor-(f tilh -ttte u on its -tatl.
the lB1lhltin ,i.i 1l iot have beCi-n oth-
erwise tliati .t !.'.!i: y if not ia iltim :-

\Vhile oi)ly Vi:~ht )pages in ,.xtr:,
the Ulile!im is a g-,e-, tyl '.lra:l)hina;Il-
ly, and contains artil-- )of real ierit.
The jprizo-winiiin o dilorial leader, bIy
Frank I:. IHarris. the saie of tlhe
O'ala Banner, is a t:mi.-terprie.e, indI
the paragraphs of Frank WValpole.
editor of the I'alumetto New.-, which
easily took the prize for that ,.lass f
work, -cintillate with the genial ihu-
umor of that popular scribe of the-
Manatee. The ,police report, which
is purely imaginative, is the work of
F. Ion Rolbert. n, iof Brooksville.
1mi F. Mecleath has two goiod ),pjoes. -
This year's BuIll,-tin is otlyv a start-
er, anld at l'eitsa ila, where the ts. -,)
:iatiin nimeet.s next spring, it is lpro-
iosed to make up :t liure and hand-
)i lle lu ,lit-ationl. te present i-ue ,
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Istatei. hat would infer that smite of
thewe spindles were In operation in
Florida, for she is 'eertaiialy a South-
e-,rn state. But how many*' Not one,
wi.t even one, and why*!
I-hre's to.)El for thought, Mr. EdAitor.
Florida newspapers are filled with
how to do it and who ought to do it.
The S vananah News av ll~at the
way fGeorgia people get I thesethliiSz
is they go (down!ill their j145kets J11(l
ti-i [lint-uit -out.
An-lartie*le frown one' of the Tamplat
p.(jwr%. i~hich I have uiiii-Ilaved,
stitil te nail of this' thing sq'uarely

ftrivt*% it little. viz.:-IN%*, have hadt'


i1-!-ing 4111I l~-ltkIj1e1 Z'uh.Itd,lbul t SIll
I hatve. this thung of Ilhe a'vaulileuneilt
40 F1 loritda ,o :uu-ha*It hi,':trt I will
vti it 1itrc :tnd d iisiouti it t he '
'j Ucliof S ill adIvav.ti4
Oil that we had wo.re Mark liaLI-
icv., more Jimj :Hills, more Seliwabs,
moure Fricks., and a liudti.ticie) thters
wit'o would ihe uanife, who vtte tme u
on their o1wn merits from farm. ofitec
anid shop boys, to 1w ninlti-muillson-
a i res.
In this. warmth --f -sunshine in Flor-
idla that matures all thing.-, so thor-
oughly, why has- there iiot Iieen hui-
stuam intellect developed among t""1*
pot nH~aien itU''find work for and emi-
ploy 3the hiofl,' aud lt im-IsCe 'aelrC:ewI
have(" deIve~lop~.
-t* thi.1e bet and 41 lietiltv-.t labor ill
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The eahittur Of tile Vindicator has
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( 'lanitherfti u%. Pain B almin twiee with
the liqp.st reuiaark-,dole results ini eachi
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Calome; and Quinine...


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DIES.


lighted with the sunshine of content-
ment," is the wish of ye scribe.
Mr. B. F. Stewart, of Reddick, was
in our burg a few days last week. M1r.
S. is very popular with the people
here and is always welcome. He is
ou-. amnioug th thetiest teachers in the
Coullty.
M1r. .. IL. Taylor is the happiest
man illn the e*uty--"it's" a boy and
ai girl. They arrived ton the 14th.
Mother and children are doing well.
Mr. J.less Stanley. tended tlih- party last Fridtay night.
M1i--. i'-tl r (;rAihall, of (iraham-
ville, is vi-itini.r fr'riens arnd relatives
here
Mir. anli Mi-. M. iP. iFrink gave a
par.y la:-t Friday iiirlt in hl lonor of
their nii... ..1i- (;rahiani. There I
was 'juit.- :at i:tgee ,)lwd ill attendance.
V'arimis gatil"- were played alnd danle-
ini. wa-' itilulge-i in to the ,enlivened ,
strains of -'wee-t #'iiti srnm' hi'urs." wlien the guests wended
their way homnteward. Mt. and Mr!.
Frink provedd to be delightful enter-
tainer- and won for themselves a
warni po: in lhe heart of everyone in
attendance. ('ALI.OPEAN.


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The Dade County Fair.

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theel zn yurI1i'~-V;. -ii B -itti

Anwel agivll m inal itaint~w t id;! -

.fairsare heldInMr.
Tu. trem n, orthermateihihw
4014ow ould11-t : IamI I ti utk.ime
ir%~ t on fpurtr nmiual fiio:-ir whtith eni
reemiii elil of INorth e he-iz. eeI mbt.hier
it well, tilt t inaitan tsi'of thev t
tioutrat hyinii ,the wly laei.:u'ni

Too-re *is anot ~-her-im- tei wic w
would :.impeis Miami i ~ ,:r- but.live


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Imll thmi.--' ii ar! tutnt at.e1 zui a t j ltit-..

Li(Ie, J'.'uxic sot-re! -lmfes, firuava

scuawsvainegt-ar. Ipres-erved k-utnqu.-tt ,;
and w!ouo, till tiell- btre mnentiop Iof
them would fill a -miall botili-.
Entering thit. fair oisulllitil, the fir-t
thing to cateh the e o-of Lthe vkitor
isan e~xhilbi!tll of 144 p~&.ila-etl
there by Mrs. i'cije145. A)' o o( -
Grov.--- IlimaIntt4.:r- tit, O ~' f m. or-
fliii-try j~ tir'.*1t-11. il 0..4at-'a.1 :11*11.1 i
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joint. When; Ito ollf t Aviiii. e
djisoov,'fe'I t LfIin A. I1:t-! C.! .\%t11 ) 1ly t I -
secollfd l'ri-.-'* V- i' ji*: -verythiilg


them 4311 exhjil :itn V.T t..1,!lBis.
They we-re' i.,:-=4.:'a- 31r. Lk-t-'-.

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fairjud:g' sdtivtt'oii"fo~r his elturtlino
furthti-t'nl- u413 I,!--- w I4Ia, lit ividue Ilt' rci

fI.4lit tilit- I!:. A~I u-X.t4't i ig. 1i41- ci j -iillef',
C'. It. I'~ulei'son h las somie ri-.li 1esoa-



li.,% 't r, ffililvdto Ni- h- i. pl4)tthoc..


a1- t1V12 : 14414' reI..it lJar shuIim-
hbf-r. :ztl lhe VaAlk.* tl d- %, tI!tfirst
jjri/eo. 1-1 ,alsa ..t rri 1'it~ al ivI' i rst

long-~, and thle %t-4 .oz: pliz-- .for I trim -

A. 1'. Lkiw %%-:.s all easv ~winnertV 4on
caanva~z, some o(f the rmots bIeing S
z nplis ilii*diamieter and I feet long.
One (if tho tlfi et display., was that
of the Jaudon Brothers., and they
knocked dotwn p~rizes a.s ilve ap'ples.
fall from the tret- whit-ii shakenii y
4-tormlly Vimlts. IlTheytqlook lir-t prize
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We received a shiplntit( of Wago's
la.-t week which it took t(wo nien with
.4 two iior-e dir.y four lty to unload.
I'r.tt,, a ,l .- ilm n' wasn't it?
WVhliat kinil (f wag ons were they ?

White Hickory
Wagons.
W\e I ought the' Wit\l l. Hickovry be-
au.S- e buy the lbet wagoi-so we call
tilid. a:til we coutihl fiil none as good
as the White- Hickory. They cost us
more than ohlier so-called "tirst class"
makes-i i ear load lots it amuiunts 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.
Thi.- w:-, without a d'oabt ttihe best
:isOrt lint of wvagot.- ever shipped to
()-a:,li. \We lhav' every siz- ofoil and
t\w )ti.fie r toiw l). :1til -viery -i/- of
twe' :mtd fe ui-hiali'it- tu-rp !nt-ie ge-ar.
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NO .THER& LINE AFFORDS SERVICE LIKE THIS:

TAE NEW YORK AND

FLORIDA LIMITED
The M:'2t Luxurious Train in the World. Exclusive Pulliran Equipment.
(Dail-y Except Sunday.
[3 k-.' '*", '., N.-w Vork, only 2 lihrs. St. Auguutir.t- N 1. V *,- *..\ 2, hra.
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Td iTE ORK ATEND FLORIDAST MAIL
And H( sUiTEC. -'SATES AST MAIL

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Orders can be placed at our office by
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n I'OlKE AND RI> I; Ai TO\Y.
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FOR SALE.


White PlyNmoth Rock

eog--s. trom pi -c red

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Apply at


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C-CNNEC',TIONS:


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'Fi4- Sw~i-l,-hrn iRaiw-i %vv ~i J, tipO~. At~mits

L~ouisville & N.aIShvi lie. vi leit I0)tgenz'II*r%

Mobile &- Ohio via 31ontgonwitr'-.
Via Sbavannah and Ocean Sto-amn;ip Iii''olmi'any
for -New 'York. IiPiiel.l.pit aai.h11.-too. '
'Vin Saala:andi i'Ie'ro-hiaitso. Mlir,. Trans~-


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WIinter Tourist Tickets W. f .. .
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W ill-T b l .top-. 4V44 p rivi :e- e.s in F lohrid a. A drt A p a rt :~- i Ii '.' .
u-il l~ hiwta!~-~u piL4! ith all informatigtI r;.!hl-tn(:-A7... m r .1:V4 -m'!i i -
For infornzi~tion as to rates, sleeping ear reserration-4, et-,* 4m wa. rite top
P. X. JOLLy, Di7. -Pass. r,. 13 est Bay st.. :aelsonrLe. a
WB DENN"A, Gen'1 Supt.. S. W. W3ZM. ?us. Trsf!I: Xr.
Savannah, Ga. SOaun .0.


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HOLLAND BITTERS



Itlit',elt td and i11.01yj4oli.1L.-* 114i' 3. '.
-4, st~i idatrdl4o':ill t~it-ir ro nwl~iei'..; ~Dr. V3raDyke's -40:13 rdBSittrs
1, 4hatillt, lic-litflrl and liai,-ig'r:ot~.i1 I '-t -1 wihim *a ~
or Di'-.j'e:-ia, CoristipIrif m *"Iai 1r1:lalll01.4 :1- l t I. *-
sto'Inehi. It stri-igth~etis w 4'lFit-l3. vhtwrte-' I~ *'5 0
latt-s the appetite. It Has No Equal as a General Tonic and bracer.
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THE OCALA BANNER, MARCH 29. 1901

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Setaps the Cough' and Works' Off Vi'e
Oold.


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Quotation s


Count!!! i ood fruit
I'o raise good fruit


That's l kind 1 st1Hl olit.
By a rn~refu! tudIy 4 the market
I am Able to t'dl within a sinai1
DIZ,1rgill the colifiit on anld prices
(I Pro u t-from ione w4tek to
aviotimer. That's why I guaran-

W, V 0 I1: F > I !I li d atpi ce11 sh


E. L. GROSS "


Wholesae! Commission Merchant



-I'-. -'.- f.()o I D.I .


Kuyler's Fine Candies.
itt. f ille v~4t4l- ic T' 444. 41: l ,1!#



Ilt pap nI~ ~.t,: tI'lazi 3ii ii o f*r'ofI


o4a)21Z1tIle. Next door to Burneitt. 2_1

Clubs of Five.
Totl~t- uefrienuds whip Will foi wa:rd 1iI


.,I the. d~ It ) e~ l ime~r a:1 -I r frt.t:

JULIETTE.



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SPECIAL MASTER'S SALE.


N ()','~IiA REflY GIVEN THATTUNDIR
torc ~r..'it, :r 1, v Ilt- V-Hi. Wm A. fHocker.
(f t21'' 4. Ctr flit c' 'irt. of the t tth (day of
F' ':i~a'' in. cc tt Iin -uit iH cuuity pend-
.'it ~ ~.'v *. t' -aid ceircutculteirt for
&L4N A-4 ICIA'rlIONw. -c~miplainant awt
11 M tl*,)1't*).N :onl I-, .cA~;J.a c-pirtne#s
'iut~t th !'I XI ()4f (of) C 't. A CIGA R BODX
FAC~I m,!Y XV W F 'T1i4sre defend-
antt?- I! ii'-jg:-ittpt. :A n2a-ler in chan-
awpx wi);1~tt .! in ant1~v .i i txl ldecreet, t


I .v- nt:h t-, 'itit-.ofi .rt. ill. an d 2 p. m., on
"'z4'lill 1 L- 0c' I't hou-e idoor in
it44 i 14t-n.i 4cridla.. tfflr han(]VX13r fur
At;k" it t ')t,01'. :ig*t .'Lt an best izid-




7 ro~i fi v wcletk's office
:'~ iii' ~ Ir Ji .1 -omiutv. tlit:nce run-
4.. ~ P,4.v c<1.toe astctn
~ ice ~ place of k)V
S.1j4?4 *-i tht~p :ie of said
': ~ ~. -a 4ri.% tid I will
1. o-- ).,;e '4..rheandI
iii K' '.'it 712 ~r : vul~p*'-4- fr vile in
7: 1 7 V 1 i .. tat I in thit-
~.'i:~' '~1114 Fhlt. City Iron

OIL, i.. 4. t/ Co,. %Pe for

plair .*~i o.1 44 ila 1;1)L x 1F.1,tory, in-

i 'I !, :t"ItJill% -aid lands and


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NOTICE OF MASTER'S SALE.


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- i on hand plenty ot lhase &
21 Sanborn's Famous Coffee
-." ,\ land Tea, for a lack of these

A".11 VIe ,-.! would be almost criminal
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Son such an occasion.
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SLast, But Not Least: Get these, as well as everything
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Share what is claimed for them----THE VERY BEST,


SPSatisfaction
Prompt
Service" E Guaranteed
Isthe TEAPOT Or
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= Is nearly here and it's time you re beginning to make |
=S preparations for that grand feast day. We have de- -
E cided to offer a few suggestions on the line of these -
preparations .
-DON .... LY.OU
First io Be sure that gour
pantry is offey supplied stions o t ih
with The Royal Scarlet
brand of Canned Goods, s
W. ., TENDER -TIPS4

Apricois, Plum :. =tCLASS
t --- Second: See that you have .
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