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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: November 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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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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OCALA, FLORIDA, FRIDAY. NOVEMBER 2, 1901.


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US TOM OIL IN FLSWU I


There hm been a lull in the oil ex-
citement in this sectio of the amte,
Pbt a systematic search for it has all
the while been going on, and a belief
of its existence In this locality s as


stoRog as ever.
This belief rbps been made stronger,
If po-bls, by a pamphlet written by
Dr. F. T. Sebreiber of this city, mesa.m-
ber of tue American Chemical Socie-
ty, member of the Society of Chemi-
cal Indmutry, and consulting and ana-
lytical chemist and mining engloeer,
entitled, "AL Preliminary Note on the
Occurrence of Petroleum in Florida."
This pamphlet gives a summary of
the conditions under which gas and
oil can occur in commercial quanti-
ties, and besides citing the most emi-
nent authorities on the subject mat-
ter in hand, the author accompanies
his statements with maps and dia-
grams
We make the following extracts:
"Bituminous shale, containing es-
pelially large proportions of oil pro-
duclag hydrocarbons, and a close and
impervious texture, has been shown
to exist in large, continuous, and
sometimes vett thick beds. 8uch de-
posits have been found exposed on the
banks of the Apalaehloola and OS-
wannee rivers, and In wells at lake
City, HighS pringpGainesvMle, Bron-
soe, Utra, Oeala, Dunnellon, Hernan-
do, Leeburg, Plant City and numer-
om other places. From the fact that
shale has been found in so many
places and so widely distributed, it is
reasonable to assume that it will be
ease to underlie almost the entire
territory, at varying depths, and that
therefore, we may very naturally ex-
pect this necemary condition for the
caeemulation of oil In commercial
quatites to be fulfilled. It has been
stated above, that peninsular Florida
is the crss of an antielinal fold, aad
although for reasons before stated, it
it hardly probable that gas or oil will
be found in paying quantities beneath
this fold Itself, owing to the consider-
able disturbance which has taken
place, there are numerous hills or
dykes in varioas parts of the terriory,
conmisting of anticlinal terraces which
present all the desired conditions for
the accumulation of oil in considerable
quantities.
"Petroleum owes its origin to the par-
tial dlecomlmaiton of animal or vege-
table remains imbedded in the rock or
shale at the time of their deposition,
and it is obvious that at the time of
the formation of the limestone beds
of Florlds, the warm tropical sees
were swarming with all manner of
submarine life, and that the land was
densely covered with tropical vep-
tatis thuproviding a possible source
of vat deposits of petroleum-forming
bydrocaronms.
It would seem therefore that, at
leaIs, in the western and centre west-
ra portion of the state, all the nee-
emary conditions for the formation,
aecuaulation, and retention of large
deposits of petroleum are present, and
that a systemate search for the ma-
terial would have every probable
aham t Oaf maces. Such search should


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Quite a number of people have al-
ready been searing for, oil with the
romt, that reliable evidease of the
Matul oeerrame of oil and gs has
'*" Bl. of oil, and oil bearing
Mad, have been eobtalaned from dir
eat points Ia the wmterm ad evtral
put of the sae, 2ad tmhe a alta of
chemical aslyds have show, be.
yomd the pose-bty of a des6 that
petrlesm does e xit thits territory,
and moreow meh aalys indicates
that the type of all is elely antled to
that of Pamsylvanla, which is gen-
erally conceded to be the highest type
of natural oil. The same eonelusion
is alsodrawn from the results of the
analysis of numerous samples of shale.
"ProspeAttag and preliminary work
is being carried on with activity with-
in the probable oil region. Besides
numerous private individuals and
firms, there are at least four chartered
companies at work who have between
them a share capital of over $2,000,000,
while the amount of land parehased,
leased, or held under option for oil de-
velopment purposes, meet be over
1,800,000 acres.
"It Is a matter of more or les public
knowledge that of the la
oil -na of the eamtI- tat, as well
as from Tezare already esoming
Intweted in this pmdble mow Add."
Dr. Sebreiber senteeof these pam-
phlets to Pro C. F. (~Oeacristi, of
New OrMea, sadm ackuowled1 ugn
thme same this sea t med eenM sa
hehk for a hugtm bee theregh*-
ly eoavled d w Dat Petulsm exhos
alone the oGulf see aoft Florida.
la a 1lae while the qualed will be
definitely determined as prelimlary
stepe are being made r the purciha
of machinery and the sinkuin of a
well, and It us confidently believed
that thelhistory of Beaumont will find
a repetition in the near vicinity of
Ocal.
Malarial poison, chill and fever are
positively cured by using Robert's
Chill Tonic. 25ots, your money back
if it fails. Wm. Anderson. t


RHEINAUER & CO.


Leaders in Dry Goods.


New Line


SILK AND FLANNEL SHIRT WAISTS.


From 98c to $3.98


New Line


LADIES' NECK NOVELTIES


From 25c to $2.75.


New Line


LADIES' BELTS-Endless Varieties


New Line


BABIES AND MISSES CLOAKS

From 50c to $4.00.


New Line

LADIES' TAILOR MADE JACKETS
From $3.50 to:10.00.


Exclusive Sale

S"AMERICAN GIRL" LADIES' SHOES

$2.50.


Exclusive sale


pening a @aSk Aseest.
(Hauwkim' New Catshbsm on Btaem)
(commumn reum Lasr wnn.
Whea it hs been decided o opem
a bank account ana a choice ef banks
has been made, It I always advisable
to seesm ma totat thdve xsmb- a
depositor or some well known boa*

The easbler will Inquire Into the
ntureof te popesed aeoumat, hr tad
purpose of hearing, in the first place,
whether it will be a desrable one for
the bank, or only a matter of conven-
ience to yowelf. anl, temporary
accounts are seldom desired.
If your business seems delrable,
the cashier will invite you to place
your signature in a book kept for that
purpose. Your name should be sign-
ned to all cheeks in the same style in
which it appears in the signature
book, as a safeguard against possible
attempts at forgery.
MUNBROE & CHAMBLISS, Bankers.
Ocala,Fla.
A Lealest Judge.
Judge Bullock, who will open court
in this city on Dece-ber 10, and who
will preside for the first time over the
circuit court for Alachuaounty, isome
of the most lenient Judges in the mat-
ter of seuteocing prisoners.
In seneanedg a negro for burglary
at Platka yesterday, he said: "1 be-
lieve in the possibility of reform in
every man, no matter how hr he has
sunk in crime and in. I admit that
leniency in such cases as this is my
weakest point, but I have never had
any great Ath a tIne Florida pealtem
lary ma reformer. Our penltma"Y
is hardly calculated to reform any of
the mem wesemd there." The prisoner
wassentemd to two pesm. Previeo
to this he had been convicted for the
second time for larceny.-mainesvlle
Sun.
The best dead Belgians are worth 20
cents a pound. The live ones have
brought, and will again, over $ per
pound. Join our family and we will
show you how to raise the best ones.
Should you want to start in this
business send your orders to F. W.
Biggs, proprietor of the English-
American Babbitry, Ocala, Florida.


Lot New and Pretty

RUGS


At Reasonable Prices

New Oak Suits


At Very Low Prices

BIG ASSORTMENT OF

CHAIRS EATS.
We will repair and reseat chair
at short notice.

Lot of Other Bargains

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DCALA AuEURE MPUT


RHEINAUER & 9.

UP-TO-DATE



Dry Goods Muse.


Goods


In Abmidance.


The record made by Priestley & Comn

pany's English Dress Goods is anm eVi,


able one.


These fabrics are of mee


splendid quality, style and finish, they

have such a long established reputatias

that the higheet goal of many other

manufacturers is second place-the am.

bition to turn out the next best weaver

Quality is a domiinnt:thought of B.


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with Royal Raking Powder.


OVAL UIS 9 oWDER GOV


Mr. W. A. Prot, of Jaeksoavle,
wm l the city this week.
VI. fHod and daughter Mi
aive, ariv yesterday f the

Bern, last eek, t Fosyth, oa, to
Mr.:a d Mas. Albert H. Birdsey,' a
4aghter.
Fr children good shoes at low
pris try R. Pst 10-25-tf
Guy Zewadaki will entertain his
young friends tonight with a "alma-
g dl" party.
ClauOde Hales has gone to St. Aug-
imde where he has a position with
theS-Ae rd.- -- l
The mental scientists are going to
have a big convention at Seabreeze
beginning Thursday, Nov. 28.
Mts Beatrice Sinclair leaves in a
few days for Stetson University where
dse expects to take a business coue.
A large mortment of bey's clothing
Jt arved; also a foull line of large
im lna m 's pant. R. Fro t's Store.
Boeerst Chill Tonic crews ever,
hills aa malaria. It destroys the
germ. We gumansee it. Price mts.
Wi. Anderma. 1
O(e ySgadekl a rrvee today from
saleaville, wheme he is attueding
embooL He will remain in Ooala un-
tl after Thanksgiving visiting his
|1m _* of tr
- p egmalonwill hol bd er meot

at Ip. m. .AM u
tovitedto be n t.
Ma. 0 PJweIL amdfStbase
arrived trea iimeur, sdlaam ead
** winter In the aiy witb eow
dls .othew andi si, rU. .hA D.
TbOmpson and Mrs. J. E. Chase.
Wednesday afternoon Miss Mary
eardoiE mat pleamsansuy entertained
the Yo0 M Lades' Aftemoo Crd
Okb. Theme we twelve gus-& pres-
et, ae P ae wh ast was played
utildark. The prime was eo for by
MU liUna Gary and Miss ar Harm
ris, e few being the winner.
Asm ye going to be in the frootj
of mmey maBers? Or, are you going
to wait a while and plod aloag I the
remroftOepmeoemon? If not? why
sott Start now (with fine pedigreed
Bgian mhau. YTo can get your took
at home and save the express, by buy
Sng hom F. W. B propritor, of
the Btlam b-American Rabbitry,
Oeal.pM WWr ll11-16.tf


, 100 WILLIAM ST., rNEW v6L

Mr. Thomas H. White, president of
the White Sewing Machine Co., of
(evelamd, Ohio, and o er of the
uamtonsI aCatm Is in the state amnd
will sped a portion of the winter in

When you feed that life Is hardly
worth the candle take a dos of Cham-
berlai's Stomach and Liver Tablets.
They will cleanse your stomaen, tone
up your liver and and regulate your
bowels making you feel like a new
man. For sale by Anti-Monopoly
Drug Store. m


Quite a number of our people are
attending the state fair this week.
Among them we notice Messrs. R.
Teague, E. P. Tbagard, Josiah Varn,
R. W. VanBrunt, W. T. Gary, Marcus
Frank, Wm. Edwards, A. J. Leaven-
good, Mallory Liddon, Allan Rodgers,
B. H. Liddon,' Frank Harris, Misses
Hattie Dye, Iola Liddon, Esther
Weathers, Janet Weathers, Johnnie
Liddon, Claudia Miller and May
Turnley. Quite a number of school
children went up on the excursion
yesterday.
For burns, cu ruises, eetone
or injuries of any description, Bal-
lard's Snow Ainament I a sovereign
remedy. It never falls to do good,
and so ipromptly that It wonderful
curative properties frequently create
surprise. PrIte 6and m eents. Anti-
Monopoly Drum Ste*oe. Ia
Owing t the clewing of the school
today the address of Hon. George 0.
Mathews bs been postponed until
next Friday afternoon when the
shbolars and teachers of the Oato
high school wit have the pleasure of
hearing him. As Mr. Mathews h-b
traveled etemsavely in South Amerlow
am on his uIt~s home spent 1
months in marop vsotinag them princi-
pal pointe of Interest and gathered a
a great deal of very ueful information,
he is in a position togive a most Inter-
esting lecture. These Friday after-
noon lectures are regular features of
the school and the public Is cordially
Invited to attend them.
"I have used Chanberlain' Colie,
Cholera and Diarrhoea remedy and
find it to be a great medicide," says
3. 8. Phippe, of Poteau, Ark. "It
eared me of bloody fax, I cannot
speak too highly of It" This remedy
always wins the good opinion, If not
pMlse, of those who use it. The
quick cures which it effects even in
the most severe cases make it a favor-
ite everywhere. For sale by Anti.
Monopoly Drug Store. mN


THE OCALA NEWS CO. *
HEADQUARTERS FOR FANCY CHINA
We have the most beautiful line ever seen in Ocala.
Our stock embraces everything in this line, and
the Patterns and Tints are Exquisite.
The stock of Faes1 Lamps. Our line of Boead ooki,
big and little ball and night Bibles, Dictionaries, Piwit,
lamps, is avery complete and Classic, bound and paper nov-
pretty one. els, is complete, including
TeMoet Sets in many beauti- pretty Picture Boomks
fal patterns and decorations, e ones.
14I or l ltiee.. temt a, as desired, SBon Paper and Tablets are
from $* to *13. among our specialties; all
Bighow of DOLLS, all siz.. styles and tints. 'tinted pa-
Bit li, co DOLS ariZs jr and enveloped in hulk.
t...... ...... The most elaborate line of
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Baking Powder bet-

ter then aeny other ?


Because in its mammoth works a


invalidfor several years, but has only [
been critically ill for the past few
weeks. She spent the summer in New
York state, returning to (cala about
ix weeks ago unimproved in health.
Mrs. Abbott was only thirty-eight
years of age and was a woman of a
beautiful Christian character. She
was a member of the Lutheran church.
The funeral took place at ten o'clock
from the hotel. Rev. R. H. Morris,
pastor of the Presbyterian church,
conducted the services.
Toe sre a Ceugh.
Stop coughing as it irritates the
lungs, and gives them no chance
to heal. Foley's Honey and Tar cures
without causing a strain in throwing
off the phlegm like common cough
expectorants. Anti-Monopoly Drag
Store. m
Chess Club Organiled.
A chess club consisting of the fol-
lowing prominent men of the city has
been organized: Messrs. PR. A. Bur-
ford, N. I. Gottleib, Ed. Davis, J. E.
Chase, W. K. Zewadski.
The club was most pleasantly enter-
tained at a supper last Friday night
by Hou. R. A. Burford. Toest. suppers
anttd other entertainme-tts will I.- l. g-
WIalr f, i tnu. m t )f l l.i p ..ili


*e*th of Mrs. William eooker.
After a long and painful illness Mrs.
Gertrude V. Hooker passed away last
Sunday morning at eight o'clock.
She was the beloved wife of Hon.
William Hocker, ex-judge of the fifth
judicial circuit, and now a member of
the supreme court commission.
Mrs. Hooker's death plunges our
city into deep mourning. There is
hardly a person in Ocala but feels her
death as as a personal bereavement.
She was one of the moot intellectual,
generous, charitable, true, and brave
woman in the state and her loss is
great indeed.
Mrs. Hoker, who was Miss Gertrude
Venable, was born at Scott Green,
Prince Edward county, Virginia,
November 24, 1848. She was married
to Mr. Hooker November 11, 1868.
About twenty-five years ago they
moved to Florida and settled on Lake
Harris, where they built a home,
planted an orange grove, and saw it
reach maturity. They came to Ocala
about nine years ago, and have won
for themselves a place in the hearts
and effections of our people. :
SIn early life fMrs. Hocker united
with the Presbyterian church and
has always been a devoted member
and active in all charity work. She
organized and was for a number of
years president of the Young Ladies'
Aid Society of this city.
The fundrel took place Monday
morning at 10 o'clock from the family
residence, Rev. Robert Hugh Morris,
peter of the Presbyterian church,
conducting the services. He used as
his teat the following from the fourth
verse, seventh chapter of 11 Timothy:
"I have fought a good fight; I have
finished my course; I have kept the
faith." He paid a most beautiful and
elequent tribute to this noble woman,
who has gone'to her heavenly home.
The casket was a mass of beautiful
flowers, tributes from the sorrowing
friends and relatives of the deceased.
The pall bearers who were chosen
by I rs. Hooker before her death were
Mears. R.A. Burford, L. N. Green,
C. H. Breedlove, T. W. Troxler and
G.T. Maughs.
The body was interred in Greenwood
cemetery.
Besides Jhosts of friends and rela-
tives to mourn her death, Mrs. Hocker
leaves a devoted husband and four
children, Mr. Will Hocker, of this
city,.MrsC. C. P. Lovell, of Jackson.
ville, Miss Alice Hocker and Master
Frederick Hooker.
The Ocala Banner extends its deep
and heartfelt sympathy to this strick-
en family.
It oasles The Werd.
JNo discovery in inedicine has ever
created one quarter of the excitement
that bas been caused by Dr. King's
New Discovery for consumption. Its
severest tests .have been on hopeless
victims of consumption, pneumonia,
hemrrte, pleurley and bronchitis,
thousands of whom it has restored to
perfect health. For coughs, colds,
asthma, croup, hay fever, hoarseness
and whooping cough it is the quickest,
surest cure in the world. It is sold by
the Anti-Monopoly Druw Store, who
guamatee se-fation or refund mon-
ey. Large bottles W0 and $1.00. Trial
bottle free. 1
eash ef Mrs. abbett.
Monday morning at eight o'clock
Mrs. Emma R. Abbott, wife of Mr.
Edwin lR. Abbott, Jr., manager of the
late Mr. MeGrath's business, died at
the Montesuma hotel after a long and
lingering iliness. Mrs. Abbott was an |


A Palintl b -s
Last Friday morning while out
hunting near York, four miles from
Ocala, Mr. Z. C. Cbamblies and Mr. 8.
A. Standley happened to a serious ac-
cident. They were in a wagon and
the seat broke, throwing them violent-
ly to the ground. Mr. Stantey's back
was painfully wrenched but no bonei
were broken. He is out again but is
still stiff and sore.
Mr. Chamblish had his cun over his
shoulder, and falling on it, his collar
bone was broken. He is of course
still confined to his room and suffer-
Ian a great deal.
WAXTED.-Two reliable, sober,
white men. One to inspect turpentine
boxes; the other to look after a crowd
of pine rackers. Address M. P. & Co.,
Garnder, Fla. 11-22-3t


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Stylish


HOLIDAY GIFTS.


H andkerchiefs,

Umbrellas,

Parasols,

Neckwear,

Hats and Caps,


Clothing,

Gloves.


-- REMEMBER

"THE HAB ERDASHERY"i
Near the Post Office.








Raleigh




Pure Rye



This Whiskey is especially re-

commended for medicinal purposes,

being ABSOLUTELY PURE and Free

from Adulterations. It is heartily

recommEnded by the best medical

authorities.

FOR SALE EXCLUSIVELY BY

E. R. ABBOTT, JR., Manager
McGrath's Depot for Wines, Liquors, Beer and Cigars.

orbph* O.. CALA, FLORIDA.

Agent for the Celebraef Usva ne wm.
Jug and BUedg Trafe


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Tenths HERIN
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all the l
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Pains in the Back
Are ..yuptoia8 of a weak, torpid .
stagnant condition of the kitiwy .
liver, and are a warning it is extr-. .'
hazardous to neglect, so .......
is a healthy action of the-. or..
They are commonly attendt-d b, .
of energy, lak f coura, ', a;i-
times by goo;:. forblinr. .
-padeny.
"I bad pains in nmy bacX, tuM! ;(, *,l-n
and when I go>t up In the mmiir.: f."
worse tan t:-) night tfore. I I eg; tak-
alg Hood's ma raprilla and no- I f.-
sleep ad get up feeling reited and a ., p,
domy work. attrlbrte my cnrv 6 ,rt.*7
to Hood's Sartaparil % It ....I .N Pki
care H. S. Copeland. Pike fomd. A. n.
Hood's Sarsaparilla
and Pills
Cure kidney and liver trouble, relier.-
tih back, and build up the whole system.



I THEHABERDASHERY

T. B. SMYDE. Preprirter.


IS THE BEST PLAGE IN OCALA

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The paper "'Of the People, tor the People and by the People."
TA3M.ImmU IM. OCALA, FLORIDA, FRIDAY. NOVV.WRMR 22, 1901. DOLLAR AYA


BRISTLING WITH WINTRY INTEREST


H.


MASTERS'


POPULAR DEPARTMENT


* STORE


THE STORE OF STORES FOR VALUES


A LARGE COLLECTION. A BRILLIANT ARRAY OF NEW, FRESH,

CHOICE, HANDSOME, SEASONABLE GOODS NOW READY FOR'.

INSPECTION AT THIS POPULAR ESTABLISHMENT.
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Black Dress Goods


Our showiag this season is without parallel.
1T largest, most beautiful, most complete line
evA exhibited in Ocala-the very newest things
oat isbasopoe, Repeling, Satin, Prunellas,
aib fished Soliels, Sharkskin, Granite and
Veetian Suiting, Parllers, Fancy Crepons, Plain
sad Fancy Brilliantine and Cicilians, Serges,
Cheviot. Melrose, Silk Warped and all Wool
Henriettas. etc.. and all grades and prices.


Jackets and


Capes


Ladies. Miss mi and Children.' Jackets and
C'al e-all grades and prices. Swellest Fall Styles
and materials, some are plain tailored, others beau-
tifully trimmed. Don't fail to see these good(be-
fonr |Iurchasing elsewhere.


Rainy Day Skirts


Petty line, good values, made of choice and
the latest materials in black and navy with white
stripes gray brown, etc., prettily made up, perfect
tting, from $.00.to $6.00. See our colored un-
deakirts in mercerzed silk from $1.25 to $3.50


Underwear


Rousing values in Knit, All Wool, Fleeced and
Mixed Underwear. Our Fall and Winterstock of
these goods were selected with a view of pleasing
all clasmes of men, women and children.


Flannelettes and Outings
Big stock. most beautiful colors in plain and
fancy. .*.. :Io, I -t. 15 and lec.


Great Values


In Dress Goods!
We present this season an array ofjvalues; in
our Dress Goods Department that will equal and
eclipse anything we have yet accomplished in
dress goods selling and this is saying a great
deal. Our counters and shelves in this depart-
ment are overflowing with exquisite novelties
consisting of Stephanas, Venetian, Satue Pr,-
nellas, Soliel, Sharkskin, Cheviots, Hop Sacking,
Homespun suiting, striped all wool canvas,
Broadcloth. Zebeline Stripes, Side Band and
Stripe Waisting, Granite Suiting. Whip Cord,
Plain and Striped Cheviots and suiting for ladies'
skirts, Herrenbone Venetian, Corded, Metalic,
Pann and and Plain Velvets in all [colors,
French and Grmain Flannels! and Challies for
Waists in Persian, Plain and Stripe effects,
double faced suiting for skirts, etc.


Carpet Dept---2nd floor.
In this department we are showing many beau-
tiful goods in All Wool Ingrain and Tapestry,
Brussels, Mattings, Rugs, Portiers, Lace Curtains,
Window Shades. Portier Poles, Etc. Carpets
made up and laid on your floor on a few hours'
notice. We& don't charge for laying mattings
and hanging window shades.

WHOLESALE DEP'T.
A masterful collection of all kinds of Dry
Goods, Notions, Etc. We ask the merchants to
inspect this stock. We can interest you as well
as save you money.


I I


Silks


Many beautiful novelties in Cockled Persians
and Persian Stripes for Ladies' Waists, also plan
Colorsall grades and all prices, see our had
assortment in black dvess silks in Peau de 8oir,
Taffetta, Gros Grain, Armour,:Duchess, LRads-
mare, India, Florentine, etc.


Dress Trimmings


A masterful collection of .novelties, braids,
applique, pleatings, etc.


Corsets


All makes in Dr. Warner's Rust Proof, *Dr.
Thompson's Glove Fitting, and the "R. & G."
which received the gold medal at the Pan Ameri-
can a few days ago. The new straight front
models in all the above makes.


Ladies' Neckwear


And Ribbons


A large stock, beautiful colors and desist,
among which'are beauty, elegance and pure re-
finement to a remarkable degree almost incoo-
prehensible. We take great pride in our showing
in these goods this season. Come and see them.


Hosiery


Of every desirable quality and; style iaj plain,
black and fancy effects. Remember we are head-
quarters for hosiery.

Domestics
All grades bleached and unbleached, from 4jc
up. See our yard-wide unbleached at 5c. =Best
goods for the price in Ocala.


We give splendid values on goods because, among other reasons, we our-

selves obtain them, special opportunities ever coming to us as large buyers.
Not a week passes without our obtaining bargains in desirable merchandise .

for both wholesale and retail departments, and hence our reputation as the


"Store of Stores for Value."
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Come in and make our store your headquarters.


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Mrn. Taylwr aot only went over the
bAb li a barrel but admitted that she
was ever fifty. A few women are
bwae enough to do that.
Beraando coeaty will voto on Dec-
mber 31 for or gaiust isaing bonds
la the -em of $3),<00) for road im-
pwemenMts.
The alveston, Houston & Hender-
see Railirad Company has d*,-ided to
My the dent on it roadbed, and a
aiten of e Wghty miles bas been tret-
ed ts this manner.
The Lamisyle & Xahvile railroad
is erealatiag 1,W,0) illustrated
ip ,T"p ,setting Orth the atrae-
t- tof the New Orlesas and glf
es" witr urnits
A dimpeh bm h h m,
m a vel ear Weston, W. Va., is
enimg SPAMcubi et .matonatuml
nevry wetywe our hourn, eseediag
be pumect of ay other well in the

The Yaba a A Western Ba road is
a...y -j n between Yal tha and
laig. nd it Is expected will be
-' within the present year.
K. T. Halm at Leesborg is president
afthe eempmay.
The department, of HIRtomm,
lins, is adopting Beausmot ol -
h 9wr evr y brach of Its service.
Its chie has built heaters and tested
tm with renmlt, showing that four
es da th. water in each seahb er
ea be kept atsre where-
by f ty pMda of tem e caa be raised
Im t"v mast.m
J. I. I ,av of Bosu m., is
i s the (m tral ldida &
W C0wt BaReIad" Co. resaly or-
palmod to blu a Mae thmeqh Fo rda
besm Jen inahmni a "ad om
Mo ofa e The -
m ae"er S hme hme a s m M lm.
dmbin of the -art



d--n-, w.. Keasonma~pam-
OWtma& sihEeMAs bet '-
Gnawr


ad 0102060S bee s==o

so a emm if S bia


ass V=Tbv~u amwit" a 60my do-
- a" isfo dmi h fr both
bum secaso pbbe. Vaimesin be.
- sft eadwof Florift aso wonlft
all PmftI n be ssatherm phunpale
bdL am -v es iatm, wish & Id
lowenids a higher rum"Luin.IQ


Tocol d a"mmv wea opuin be
IMYID o GUM&ofbI m P'- 1Th
onas Te wna.be he wn. mik-
m rtutnmma, ued.to play apeco
U dI*the fAm
"-pt-aciweak-
am or downamof
the ormof rob-
The of Dr.
Pierces Golden

aweha. ch-
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which i -ed

btar amin oan-
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There is no alco-
hal in the -Dmw
wyr-. and it Is en-
tireli 'e %s
opwom. cocsime
sMi other mvot-

whtat '~J~r :'


A state fair in Florida, almtot in
i midwinter, shows the sa' e's almost
complete recovery from the disatrowu
calamity that has ever befallen any
state in the union.
A section of country, covering an
arwa three hundred miles long and
onehandrcd miles wide was laid waste
in a night.
This destruction embraced the labor
of a generation, whieh, if an-
molested by the fatal breath of the
fret king, meant a Pandora's "box
of plenty" foray century.
When the MiI~i Wvalley was in-
undated and the crops of a single year
were destroyed, government aid was
asked for and given, but after Florida's
sever calamity, her brave hearted
people asked no aid, but at once hero-
ieally began the work of restoration
and the citrus fruit exhibit at the state
fair in JeeksoavUile shows how bravely
they have struggled and how well
they have sueeeded.
The Florida state fair contains yet
another lemon which should be a
soue of inspiration to all of her peo-


In Ma la~ t the g ter part ofter
mtasoiu n -wept ~ meate
up by angry m.
Barly six mother have selepsd
and the visitor to JaIn-vilk seM the
eater part of the devated portion of
the city rebmilt mere baut tity and
mbsotmtmaDy eo bte.
He s the beads of the eity conm-
manding a premium In the open
market. of the world, whibchahowsthe
bith the whole country has in the
futare of Florida and her principal
city.
The agricultural exhibits at the fair
show that the farmer of the state are
making program along all line of
seientAe sad praetiel farming.
It teacbhe the keou that the Flor-
ida farmer has moved h i corn crib
aad naoke hone feom them reat went
to hbi own abode.
It bows that frm this time Te-
wad the Flod~ farar will rain his
mw fhod predatemad by eoM sld so

DIts88e1 tfsett M spmal ul

TW h66 ezbaMt ho-w a tme-eto
h e mere valaMe aed ea a uWng
bon tOhe l" Wbe i tshe 0AmIfls
The 2 he f s taFtn sNeo all
vdm i4 la hh be 01u
aIolft pubaf olt
- Eboe 03


-a msoonbe uw

mob am at nam g


Owbesl ofat be 6the birdsor

FsMmle by blawsic"a"d miseel.
JosleL
& The soma amoa bam.
It is an~that a aim of Homl-


M memowey of Lttle Jeoa bM Agusts


4GE 4 YEARS DIED SEPT. A. i 't. l.
"Every year the Father calleth
Some loved one to endless rest.
And the heart the filled with anguish
Can but cry. "He knoweth best."
But a year not distant. comet.
When we tread the vast unknown.
We shall find our ransomed dear one
Seated 'round the great white throne."
One precious to our hearts has gone
The voice we loved is stlled
The place made vacant in our home
Ca n never move be filed.
Our Father in his wisdom called
The boos his love had given:
and tough on earth the body lies.
The sol is safe in heaven "
"The chdd of our love and af6eion
We baw lid to her long last ret.
When God de his choice, it was cast
On the tresnre we prize the beat.
As. like the smowfake, spoCess.
That fans to its source. the sea.
Xre the world has defled her spirit.
We give her back. Lord to Thee."
"Darling Guasmie. she has left us.
Left as. yes for evermore.
Dt we hope to meet our loved one
On that bright and happy shore."
-This lovely bud. so young, so fair.
Called hence by early doom.
Just come to show how sweet a flower.
In paradise would bloom.
"Ere sin could harm or sorrow fade.
Death came with friendly care.
The opening bod to heaven conveyed
And bade it blossom there."


"Dear little bawds. I mUus them so.
All through the day. wherever I o;
All through the night how lonely it seams
Por no little hands wake meout of my dreams.
I mus them an tbrn h the weary harn.
I miss am as otusM do sehe sad
dfowen.
w adeor nights time wherevu I go,
ear little ha s I miss them so."
"We miss thee hm our bhome, dear Gussie,
We tMde ofrm th U pte.
A Aiiw rrew We is ct.
We minsthe mashie from thy face,
We miss thy kind and wining hands.
Thy foad aad earnest care,
Our home is ark without thee.
We i thee evrywhebe e.
"There wan angel band in heawve
That was not quite complete,
So God took our darling Gussie
To fi: the vacant seat.'


Tis hard to break the tender cord.
When loe hbs on me heart,
Tis hard. so hard. to speak the words.
'We must forever part.
Dearest ted one, we have laid thee
In the peaceful grave s embrace
ast the asmy will be cherished.
Til we see thy beaveny :ice
"The ite ecrsb ~sa empy ow..
The 'atie dales b id by
A motba homess. .aather, jay
in 6ehs' iarvmmdhtb :ie.
Goea needed one more aagei
She bet wI s" ln mile
ALa- nd m' Jd wa-- e d td."
'Two We ho ae ed Waer the best,
Two Ste fast lad 4ow tro ret.
nWmWbe kmatbk -mmbut G knows.
One a uaiaset-to muied in lse

And assed Mi pi ng we
Tm In ensc mthe dot m runga&.*
-Aslp in Ja3bi blasted deep
Sm wb -m em m ams ftmt
A em s"ad m rped posm.
mrahubes bythesaIg of fam.


ro which a ever wakes to wep.'"
-A PRam.

The imdm at his a omr wlMt b-
-mmd to harms G there is at lIat


n mmmdi am that amme. has
-hse shts uSienl anl it stbs"aMd
Mt Is aCha L. Halls Catarrh Cure
is the onaly peaitive eure known to the
medial famerfty. Caarrh being a
--l-'-dindh requs a com-

Cme i take internMaly, seeing
dieetly pea the blood and mueoim


Call and Examine


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Our Boy's Suits!


We have them in great varieties-the latest. tyvle-at the lowers prices.
Xet-'S cy Woamled N gm m a ; ts- a all wel suillts at.;
a good suit at $4. 0; Pnu, 75e amAd upwards; Mlm eft aM mO

GENTS' FURNISHING GOODS
TRUNKS, SATCHELS AND VALISIF


SHOES AND


NOTIONS


All at prie. I" usuitb thiie Ueat


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my 24.'saw ".n....&Lm......
The JM~4 ftTrade flae a Spa" 0~e
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to. Tezaa. see, im es m Umn sru e of the syem, thereby do." DOO SB, SASH AND BLINDS, AGRICULTURAL I MPL 3
with ome headled sad eihty other, eyig the foundation of the die-
ithe act hr puauog hb i eW on*, m.d givingthe patient strength BARB D WIRE, CUT AND MINTS, DREB PLOW .I
lit r of the St. Loi exposition by building up the cotittatioa and
of Is. miatin nature in doing its work. WIRg NAIIS, PALTS [PLANET J. OROVECU1
If Abraham Uacola, th* eemanei- The proprietors have so much faith
pato, wre living today he w l't in its curative powers that they ofier OILS, VARNISHES. AT- TIVATORS ALL KINID
be In t a little bit. He would be away Ou Hundred Dollars for any eA
behind the premio. Le teuto what that fhile to cure. Send for list of L LANTIC w T LEAD. OF GARDEN TOOLS.
he said: "I amnot and never have -t-motial. Addre LANTIC LEAD. OF GAR TOO
been in favor of making voter or F. J. CHENEY & CO., Toledo, 0. ALL KINDS OF I
jrors of egrmes, Uor of qualifying Sold by Drnggista ALL IDc. OF COOKING TOV
them to bold office, nor intermarry- lal's eaSinly Pills are the best.
Ing them with white people, and GLASS AND PUTTY. HmEATElB, GRANIrIE
I waill may in addition to this, that A eompamy called the Floridla IrnD,
there isa m ia difene twee Phosphae road Comepaneny IRON PIPES AND FIT- AND TINWARM CUT-
tb white ian biank ere b w enh been incorporated in Kentucky, with

believe wil forever forbid the two $ilroad p.r* TINGS, EVERYTHING LTRY, IRON AND STEL
living together on te o pes, to reah p a lade.
seeialand political equality, aad, for- A VMlge eekismita Sa dis Lttlf N THE LINE OF BUILD- BOLTS. ROP WS. PULLEYS.
asm ueb as they could not so live, while S'a Life.
thbe remain together there most be Mr. H. H. Black, the well known ING MATRRIALS, ETC.. ETC. BLUE FLAME OIL 8rM-R
a pmItmon of superior and inferior, village blacksmith at Grahamville,
and I, as much as another man, am Sullivan county, N. Y.. says: "Our
in favorofhaving the superior p -- little five years. id, aa .lw3.,. LARGEST STocK- LOWE T P ICE.
tion aigd to the white race." been mue t to croup., ad so bad have
Was Jefferson an atheist? No. the attks been that we have feared Hubbard & M acd f aa
Thomas Jeffenron was an active mern-t many timtn that he wol.l I lie. We 1
ber of the EDcopal church, an offer have had the doctor and ed many
of it, and he freely gavel his time, medicines, butr Chanmherlain'. (<'oueh j. OTOaro
money and ability to promote the Remedy is now our sole relianee. It' I a 0 m a -. --- M l. n i.


lUAUZ XA 3mta.

Areadia bas contracted with the
eAr1te Igbt company for the light-
mak for the city.


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am as Peow a GS.Tvupiee Was
h~mi-g1w ft UFmsNyLed
up we VU reames* eslag"

Ts. Iee~4 uso ntS Cevtimn ask,
I -r tUiEmbvowoomr-fs6ra pI..ry oWthe'
lm-f.;. .; -a meu'y that 1,. f4ll"dWiths o
eUe*4s 10S11,40. Need foraulgi Wt h i nllsI

&". the.-#. 9fob .top(4.4S.@ bly tOw Oetruat
omfh .. 4o:p...w that It would take the
pm eel a Nlwor to seltlmue4b a story.
IBMt "MAfly of our OWN expodutiem
&My was the "agsee& ade SlIM
she advunmS.mogtwhOwambitious,
mmd obe it and a"the teaped.
sun- o Skim a" mmpwrar, and
am -um"be "m withu eerbu
00 albor.
Mesa b-u- ow mus mit be cam-
Owekd, seem- meanift of Shoe
dopisdto sismetlm tat eloage W&
purled *on n o asrn, anha living
- mW16Ish hThe pbw"edkindly
via ftmammmw Sarw tnthadose^as
a*. we, ewwebob". dflketh e Wine
at a lunhaho; Wed awl e bewr-
mompoe"W" th heidumemofhope aS"
brsnm. so. -1 uiaglagftethe ml-
am mof these Sl tam Florida
l-aoeatwnstml somi-Twupleal Ex-
pmmm Smmwie NO&lihtof day.
thm &wayinmthe blati o S hr
maompee in a aMoonmof .e ()anlaese

Taom a Wumbmmeearn or
-I-:VIEWmakThe cm. or bun-
maIn-- sawtto aestlm It, &hee
Pam it toemo wdedowy smpomesi
mon w d.am med a"d aPplY
4~S'sft" Nebotwlepdall;

wow w a b m% 0wM
1b fte d-6 A* & @@Dud
wmmo-o w fm

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.1of son* so d .eimmowm
41 lmiggg msagdim,

CUM.Wow.eanmd iveeor oft
4dww am&bmaft pmof toe
06OW 00 sgd di m--wheelof
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ama )on: Mm a"u
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Ie th would lok arm and walk
down the political road together, and


W u MN u I ,@ th dLMd. 0 thibis conversation turn-
aes.ou ttotbea remarktabe prediction
mad| e prpetic la vison. At that very
wmmeat the words that they decided
aif~EYdpes to eme brace some of the mnal
hr. ant io the platform brought about
isbut.ae d e a- pt.sal revolut Ion and the complete
Mad"_ cmqg of the personnel of the demo-
s Zt bvryrS M m st ti partpoy, that got blindly intoxi-
to" a rmesM a nsd on the hbashilb of the Ocala
- st*If o b
of w Ua llad CeDoema could be written-indeed a
b. UN weSk beak-esathe Crala exposition and ito
vow* hdm g- benelt to Florida, ot what is taught
Md i IsI s banmmdry, of the bread and butter
a s soils 4o Go of or livee, and that aeop chord in
luls T-rE" 1, w. .l' Itho qmphony of human struggle that
e i- -. i truck with flnters of purple and
* gim km',S. te si-- a l-W gold; but in material evidence it is
end ad Wud besenus stthedstlfimh erumbled and gone; its spirit lingers
se al m F- .teshiG we like y the undertone in maice. Hopes
br sta" ,r ^-Mblsed over boulder in the roseate
at lgesaS ft emh whaye yassma. mlusfortu-.satUc trooping along,
a m s, srr *wi wsa .T W~.i aTld the world whirls on and on to its
V~I cisrlties in be afhlra-P, wbile all of
dU*0 0*-%n- In that industrial -attle are draw-
r& =t a he we dedMst lag m ear to th- etnd.-Ocala Corres-
J od a foefte c ed erw pendent TBimt-Ut-'ion an 1 ('iLzen.
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SAYND


Ilayins of a corner atone and the
opening day.
what was accomplished in this per-
eod of time? An attempt will be made
,to tell: The largest frame building
(at the time) ever erected in Florida,
with towers and wings and things; a
alle of sandy road was converted lto
a paved street, two hundred thousand
pieces of printed matter were distri-
bated throughout the country; exhib-
itee aght and-bra bands engaged,
In elerial detah that would put a
ilroad manager to sham. 8o, al
the reaut, the opening day came, and
eam brillantly, with prancing steeds,
distntul1ed eiteams, In carriage,
beam bands, military, civic orgasia.
toNs, secret societies, governors and
We wOm s generals to eorpels,
pe amad pseaman, smlalreM* and
paper jestled together on bie great
fate date in a garden of dreams.
8o it ame to paw that exhibits from
Eiambia to Key West rolled through
Ste doors. Oranges by the carloads,
flowe and fruits from Lee, cattle
frot Leon, products of the farmers
by the train loads, until that vast
1tuilding was filled from one end to

SW. J. Shively, Batesville, Ohio,
speaking of Banner Salve, says; "I
used it for piles, and it has done me
satere good than any salve I have ever
auud, atd I have tried a great many
kinda." Auti-Monopoly Drup Store.m

the other 'vit an exhibit never be-
fame equaled in its mark of distinctive
characteristIc In all the world.
While these facts have faded from
the memory of all but a few, the re.
ls are lasting until this very day
and hour. The exposition induced
ever Aive thousand ersom to come to
FiarM; over eighty thousand persons
vMtled the exposition the two seasons
It ma, together with the Farmer's
Alliasee exposition that followed.
The horticultural exhibits made under
the auspict of the state society was
tee Ain and target ever known in
the world. The American Pomologi-
eal Society of the United States held
Its meeting within the exposition
building, and hortculturists from all
partf the country came.
Probably the moot notable event as
ie outgrowth of the exposition was
the meeting of the National Farmer's
Allace that inflicted upon the coun-
try the baous Ocala platform, that
made possible the Chicago platform
later oe, and caused the name of
Omla to be pronounced oftener than
that of any other city or town in the
intlre south and to be printed in
mseanepat throughout she entire
dv worM. In this eonection,
itt uMb to rela an ineidmeat that
leM to a partof our local bletory:
NPmlde Wleu invited Mrs. Leae,
Jery impMso, Mr. Powdery and
(COeme IkDats, of Tezs, to take a
a drive with him through the orange
prve. l. the coure of the conver-
males, the b of the forthcoming
emlarati of prlfc .came up, and
If yo are Msiering from droweinems
li the day Uae, Irregsalarity of tern.
per, sleepless rights, general debility,
h.adaeh. and general want of tone of
the system, usme Herbine. You will
get relief anad finally acre. Price i0
eastb. Anti-Monopole Jrug Store. m

plamka of wtat was afterwards the
Oeal platform were argued and de-
dided open. The predletion was
made, In which was agreed, that the
wt landed soeapturetheasouh upon
the Smamelal ise, and that it would
et be Lv yea before the west and


It is stated that there his been a
better Inquiry for phosphate at Mt.
Pleasant, Tene. A number of fertl-
iaer concerns have beeu into the market
during the past week purchasing sup
plee for 190l. A strung demand dur- I
leg the wthter months Is expected,

Ir-. -r'- which mark and mar
a eM e of the body are a grief to
-v h sm or whse e esbllrems may
bowdi.s --i Aerevery Cil who
eat- a Ml k on he skia there
are mWy e hoar -h Indelible birth-
mnk smald. Nervoue mothers
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d m-ep at temperament to those days
of dread when the mother wited the
hoar of her maternity. The use -
Dr. Plerces Kavorite Prescription
strengthe-s the mother for her trial.
With strength come a buoyance of
pirits and quietness of mind, which
is one of the bappesti giftsacanbe-
stow on her offspring. By giving vigor
and elasicity to the delicate womanly
organ "Favorite Prescription" prae
tically does away with the pain of
maternity and' makes the baby'sad-
vast as natural and as simple as the
blooming of a flower. There is n )
opium, cocaine or other usaeote con-
tained nto "Fvorite Paserlpton".

JAPANESE

PILE CURE
A ew ad complete treatme. cost mag of
f tb*.


rsipposuorK,4 Capsules nOff -u, -nz ,wo
boxes of Ointment. A aever-biliaf cue for
piles of every nature and degree. It makes an
operation with the knife, which i ispinful. and
oe results in death, uunecseary A i -.- en-
dure tbhi terrible disease? We pack a written
guarantee in each St box. Nocure., o pay. soc
and ti a box. 6 tor S. Seat by mail. Samples
free.
OINTXENT SC AND 50C.
ASTIPIATIAf Cured. Piles Prevented by
v i RTIl japanese U ver Pellets, the
great liver and stomach regulator and blood
purifier. Small. mild and pleasant to take; es-
pecially adapted for cMldren's nue Fifty doses
25c. AUti-Monopoly D Store. Ocala. a
M V -tthe0Now lOvdlt5Ssv7

PIGEON MILK
IJETISW.
Cures Gonurrhoea and Gleet in one to four days.
Its action is magical Prevents stricture. All
complete. ro be carried in vest pocket. Sure
preventative. Sent by all in plain package,
g.revaid, on receipt of price. Si per box, three
for 12.,5. Anti-Monopoly Drug Store. Ocala, Ma.



VIORoFMEN


f COMMERCIAL BANK,,O LA

IBranch of Commercial Bank, JacksoMville.]

CAPITAL *50,000

AeousU of Cn ad Individuale solicited.
Prompt Autt tos a ]Din EnMt trt o our (Jor*.
Exanage Bought amd eMd.

INTIRET PAID ON TIME DEPOSITB


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WE EAT MEAT

goon most we may as well jet
it alone. Therelesnoseauegh
Sin tough mea--mssuedotg-
ing, It takes strength to diest
it. It pays to be eaorul is
buying meat-be ,ase to gge
the bern-teader a"d ebsele
Pay a little more iw nsed beand
-..ova put something i year asomaeh
-$ which will pus teb ohn your
S boDes and strong blood In yuuw
heart.

EDWARDS BROS.
tdals and 4 My Market, MOeat. wla.


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Sash and Doors,

Farming Tools,

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SILKS SILK AND SATIN SATIN


SILKS DRESS GOODS SATIN


SILKS Now adorn our shelves. We have all shades from white SATIN
___to black, in both wide and narrow widths. Just
SILKS Ithink of it! we are now sacrificing them A
SILKS SATIN

| --- K AT 15C. TO 75C. A YARD. -
SILKS SATIN
_______ A few weeks ago these goods could not have been pur- _____
k SILKS i chased anywhere for double the price we ask.SATIN
Of course, at such prices the goods can last T

SILKS ONLY A FEW DAYS SATIN


SSILKs So come early and make your selection before the stock SATIN m
has been thinned out. You will find these goods ,

E SILKS perfect in every respect-the only thing SATIN
I _short about them is the price.


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BANNER, NOVEMBER 22, 1901


a Selighttl Whist Party.
MV*w Lena and Marie Bullock en.
te t ta.l a fL. .t th ir ;r.'"*'* ii I
(" ;. *tt A V. I WV AV. **All 1 L7.
Before beginning to play whist a con-
test c dlled "At C" was played. Th.
consisted af seventeen questions, and
the couple gue ding them all first were
declared the winners. The lucky ones
ere Miss Valeta Potter and Mr. Ben
UlMdo. Progesive whist was then
played until eleven o'clock, when a
dalat supper was served.
The rnt of the evening until long
pt the idalght ooar wa given
t alsagag by Mits Mary Bearoon,
Jeshume miE and Lowa B loek,
Nai t-mmmal mile by MiaEs-
her Welm~ md Mr. Ctard MIlllr.
T"matre eveaiag was thoroughly
dgktfU moe and will on be re-
mabe0ad by tme who were fortun.
a esmnghe to be pmLt.
Miles Bloek's gmst on this oc-
emrio wne M lesM Esther Weathers,
MaryUBeadon, Nellie Potter, Valets
Peter, Johnnie lUddon, Meta Jewett,
Ithel Sinclair, Mara Harris; Messrs
J. H. Taylor, E. J. Crook, Mallory
LUddo., H. Liddon, of Marianna,
TiK. Slaughter, W. H. Powers, Ste-
pben Jewett, J. H. Mathews, |C. H.
Lloyd and C. V. Miller.
oSew. to Atems.
The old idea that the body some-
times needs a powerful, drastic, purga-
tive pill has been: exploded, for Dr.
King's New IAfe Pills, which are per-
fegly harmless, gently stimulate liver
and bowels to expel poisoolo s matter,
elnase the system and absolutely cure
sMtlpaton andm" tk ho dache. Only
5e at Anti-Monopoly Drug Store. I=
SOn=014001at


aIst Monday Mr. Edwin C. Bennett
and Miss Iramcts Oark, of this city,
esoped. They lft on the noon train
Sr Jackuonville and were married In
tt city as soon as they arrived. The
ne for the eopemeant~s not known,
as there was no opposition %to the
Mr.Bennett, who is a nephew of
Mr. W. R. Eagleby, came to
Oeak about two years ago from Nor-
folk, Va. He Is a young man of
splendid habits and is liked by all
who know him. He is an electrician
and works at the city's lighttplant.
The bride is the oldest :daughter of
Mr. W. H. Clark, manager of the
Montgomery Cooperage Works, in
this city. She has only been living in
Oeala a little over three years. She
is a popular and attractive young wo-
man and numbers:her friends by the
scores
Mr. and Mrs. Bennett remained in
Jacksonville a few;days attending the
state fair. They returned home yes-
terday.
The Ocala B inner extends to Mr.
and Mrs. Bennett its very best wishes
for a bright anti nappyllife.
CoastipaUon means the iaccumu-
lation of waste matter that should be
discharged daily, and unless that is
done, the foul matter is absorbed and
poison the system. Use Herbine to
bringab t regularity of the bowels.
Price 0 cents. Anti-Monopoly Drug
Stores m
eath of Mr. Baskelder.


Mr. William Bachelder died at his
home in this city at 6"o'clock Wed-
nedfay morning. He had been ill
for several monthf4and his death was
expected.
Mr. B aielder was born in Vamsals-
bo%, Maine, in 1858. He eame to
Florida twenty-five yearsltago on ac-
count of ill health and settled in Ocala.
A few years after coming here he en-
tered Into partnership with Mr. R. E.
Yomge, St., In be plumbing and'.tin.
In 18M he married Miss Olive ROa,
of this county. They :have three
ftq[emais were taken to Cotton
Plant yebwday for burial. Rev.
Howard Dutil, of the Methodist
church, accompanied the remains and
conducted the funerel services. The
body was interred in the Ross burial
grounds.
Adolghi Bluner, G-rand Mound, Ia.,
writes: "I have uted Foley's Honey
and Tar in my family and think it is
the best cough cure on the market. I
would not be wt hout it in my home,
as there is nothing ws Rood for coughs
and colds. Anti Monopoly Drug
Store. m
A Sudden death.


Mirs Hannah Pyles, daughter of
Mr. 8. R. Pylesh was found dead in bed
early Monday. She was spending a
few days with a friend, and on Mon-
day morning did not appear at break


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An Oraterial Contest.
lR-v. R. H. Morris, pastor of the
Pre.,tytr-riati *huro*h, addressed the
otiilts of the Oasla hich school a.-t
Frsda'y afteruuou. His address was
eloquent and witty and was listened
to with a great deal of attention
by the pupils land teachers. Mr.
Morris also offered a gold; medal to
the pupil that should be judged the
best speaker in an oratorial contest,
the contest to take place the Thursday
afternoon before Christmas. The con-
testants are limited to the high school
scholars. There will be three Judges
selected to choose the winner of the
medal.
The high ehool.Mholars are taking
a great deal of interest In thls*contest
and It isexpected that some very ood
oratory will be the result of the con-
test.
It Oires tame eeo


The fame of Bucklen's Arnica Salve,
as the best in the world, extends round
the earth. It's the one perfect healer
of cuts, corns, burns, bruises, sores,
scalds, boils, ulcers, felons, aches,
pains and all skin eruptions. Only
infallible Pile cure.25c a box at Anti-
Monopoly Drug Store.. 1
Seath of Mr. William Maeodff.
Mr. William A. Macduff, junior
member of the well known firm] of
Hubbard & Macduff, of Jacksonville,
died at his home in that city last Sat-
urday afternoon.
The funeral took place in Jackson-
ville Monday afternoon.
The store of Hubbard & Macduff in
this city was closed Monday in respect
to the memory ofJMr. Maodufl.
Dr. Thomas F. MelAan, of Coitant,
died suddenly in Montreall last San-
day. The deceased wse a practielng
physician, and a cultured andlacoma-
plihed gentleman. Hissos are proe-
pemmro and leading merchants of
Laesburg. Dr. McLean was a brother-
in-law ofgMr. Campbell, whogwas for
a long time member of the Canadian
parliament and governor of one of the
provinces. 'he death of Mr. Me Lman
is a sad goss tto the community in
which he lived.
Muyler's Oamdies.-W. M. Martin,
news dealer, has just received his first
shipment of Huyler's flne candies. If
you want the best call on him. 1122
Wanted.-Two traveling salesmen
in each state; salary and expenses;
permanent position: experience not
absolutely necessary. Address E. A.
Brown Tobacco Co., Greensboro,
N. C. I1.1.5-3t
Hsve you ever read auyof Sweden-
borg's Works.'Alf not, will you send
me your address enclosing a stamp or
two and I will mail you one of hiw.
books free. State whether you wait(
it in EnglishI or in Gerntan. Adolphi
Roeder, So Cleveland Street, Orange,
N. J. 11-15.-2t
STEEL RAIL WANTEI-31;"i ft fire
or less) of 12 or 16 pound s.et-l rail.
State price on board car, aiul con-
dition. Royal Phosphate Co., O-ceola,
Florida. 11-1 "2t
J. 1. OGester and Wm. L. Roach are
interested in the Coast & Cypress
Railroad Company, whih has to*Eln
incorporated to build a railroad' i
timber lands In Je.ferson couuty f, r,
St. Marks.


The Ocala high school wa% .'*',-e yesterday and today in order that ttie
children and teachers might attend
the state fair. Yesterday waSl school
children's day at the fair.
The golden oranges are bringing iu
the golden nuggets and the thrifty
busbandrrls reveling in the luxuries
oflife. Yum, yum.-Tamta Tribune.


TO THE PUBLIC.

We understand somc one i-trying
to imitate our

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for chill and fever.
This is is a poor way to do{ businessto
say the least of it.
When youitry to imitat.' lauother
preparation it is the strongest endorse-
ment you could give it, nlu the eyes of
all intelligent people, and I hope the
people of Ocala will continue to take

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for chill and fever, and accept no sub-
stitute. Yours respectfully,


Nature

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difficty.
If you will put from one-
fourth to hal a teaspoontl
in baby's bottle three or four
times a day you wil soon see
a mred inprowvement For
larger children from hagl to

ae, dbsolved kin we mir
if you so desre wIN very
soon slow ised mbnurshh:


E~pwawf Itud
.Ak dm =Inonoourih U.
baby. daai 6 dwa th ei
Alm. It VA hw w oect
aam obeth qwpm oldlr
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Fine Values
In Winter Goods


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WEDNESDAY,


NOV.


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NEW FASH


PLATE


The Grandest, Most Complete, Most Modern Tented Organidtion
Ever Launched on the Public. A Strictly Moral Exhibi-
tion,:Indorsed by: Press and Clergy. 1000 Men,
Women and Horses. 300 Arenic Stars. 90
Meritorious Acts. 5,000 Surprises.


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resig tarf(Wasliugtem, S. C.).,oster sLt, m.-.
a-The~caevass waslpamhd.S The sheuall the wal thrOugh
isideas. assup-te-dAts. NU.:bjeetkmsaWefeaftures."


TWO HERDS OFIPERFORMING:ELEPHANTS.


LARGEST TRAVELING MENAGERIE r UNIVERSE.
: OUR ANIMAL INFANT, NvRSKRY-Four Baby Liois, 'One Baby
Elephant, OnetBaby Emu, One Baby Kangaroo, ?jBaby Monkeys.


Said TamIyT,:UWancy lcI~sts;J5s Oau eatapmmaelt;DE63-EomAcnt- a
3~ hotbmItlt; 4 hDmb0
.WI Cn. oan;or xs; ne ~Dam~~,U~NeqLrnam ~h
L .Docklll; lOM mylujgw Wum= f 0-1919 P" IJM ~s
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rfimt i 1 ,'ol,,rs or-
lifUNril r -vpniptloyed
ill OflooI of ilis
character. For waist*
,'r -kirt- we hsve
int tile thing-all
tH e. new, up to-date


fabric
Warmth MeaniN Hllealth.
If you wear one of thlse pretty j t*k-
eta--made in several
styles, double-breast-
ed, with plain or fur-
trinimmned eollars-you
will he comfortable
physically and men-
tally. They are the
garments that beft
suit the needs of the
average woman in
cold weather, and we
have a complete a!-
sortment of sizes for girNts uimees and
matrons. *
Silk Skhrta.
Thets s;IcK skirts have a fltre to them


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Big New Idea Free Street Parade
The longest, most complete and newest
Ever seen in the city. .
Leaves show grounds at o o'clock a. m.


ADMISSION 50 CENTS.


CHILDREN .ndua"dr 25 CENTS.


Tickets at Postoffice Drug Store on Exhibition Day.


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ainesville ....... November 28


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Lake City.........November t
Ferwl ....... November 3


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TH OCALA_ BA!KER NOVMER __


~S ~ wbto eesllae alth fob fr
pma tawmas netvic mWes1eam
Ow opkmdid trINIONastiau Al; dtha
ayam a aginod Iesscand lmInswaino
tw wek iv dews -- ?. either
Wods*me s ason he Plasm to su
&oMAlY-*, ?y dthe. 0017 Me. Sutis.
&We" gwamsinwd by the Aint-Mo.'
uspodyD a "I.*-I
bea fro..
~l Cms~inub -u inanSO
owe goS Mr. Sod Wyo. C. N. Murphy
as x~wwmkef is. a iss airl.
Moo. Maody Nm10eimsrSd Joe FOISMS,
at Sub lpriapweet vsilou bwestloot
weesk.
Mr. win. Et~krr. of Kerr City.
bes purbaesd propery at this place
SonUd .11 mwaSo u" k sopummdble.
Neinra. William Teutas Sod Prt..
Omis6by. of 3r'il% Wtl visi tors
bee "OladaY.
Mr. james l.Erassu~tf Key l'.'d,
was veuding his pe"86atus Mndy.
vA flulerd Ia4tmer. wile &and mn
Jeaw.1'., havr etsomeU d frnowa tea tiny.
00646. heetle Il ad Seiua.
1%, .atrl frqw ft .Ethr eamn-as'fell
bem% piubdy miht, siA anearly rv-ry
soeIm. lenvteir Oseu CD P.m
NHimNetl' e AAW. 914rf*"114144 truAils
or, uuS V4 freauldersble loot wuivL
w~a loba Wgerislagno hecarms.
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u4inmeoftfromthis
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~iiN, M,5.3M. EAsier MAn

We Th Uss=& Ole atoWheDms
POOLof mup

ie 90MOB uw6vm bhes.
Mr. R.?T. Tugraad wife have to.
-mdI barn a shee visit to Gaines-

ltm~e Mills wh, has had continuel
bmim abid.soeatteed Wh00lagain.
Is is very MM& ferond that On the
mand "MaW 10kiWNWas the fmout Kiug
wuibed eaw vriajty ndsadadeit nec.-
ems evefr ymtody haogriademae this
mwA 4 ecum will be so mama for

tkwarer~w io m'sjol-img very much
eve a vwy slw m.boa ofeaseges that
bat w ek fromm hewe11 COWL
Tbo amuskt bewr smon hmdwiadlsd
donwin toa qmere mbeshu, Oely .me can

ISkM-_ at flsinin Hill wene cum
dumd OWUM. Uinpeem bwanudqy.
Me devd to mmrethe eeviniag
pmr. a-- wW behap r 1A ke there
mo puaday. "A d Suday sceolmIs

M&Uftah t h made a Visit recent-
bto uhto OWmI a F~sewshlp sand m-
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Meat.... *
re now prepared to re-
meat and other articles
storage. Our prices are
ile and we guarantee
lIon.
Fr a. ICE me 00.
Florida
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Jerry

Burnett


OaLA,~


Mercnant

Tailoring


(ineltt uiIntmotttd alldt


SI THE FINEST LOT OF

WINTER LAP ROBES

; : ./ EVER SHOWN IN OCALA.


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C Tuesday afternoon at 3 o'elock Mr.
W. M. Moaele. and Miss Alvia 8tev*.n-
mm were united in marriage at the
honmeof the bride's uncle, Mr. Hullum
Joeas, near Anthony, Rev. I. W. Ogle,
of Oeala, performing the ceremony.
The bride is a bright young lady
of high culture, who has many friends
who wih her happiness.
The groom is a sergeant of the U. 8.
Artillery, statoned at Eggmont Key.
7%e young couple left for Jackson.
vlilt to attend the tate fair, and then
will go to the groom's home in Mont-
somery, Al
May ter married life be happy and
their blemls many.
18"t mortality is something
irightuL Nearly one-quarter die be-
are they reaheb one year, one-third be-
ore they are five, and one-half before
tbry afm fifteen! The timely use of
Wbite's Cream Vermifuge would save
a majority of these precious lives.
Price m6 cents. Anti-Monopoly Drug
Store. mn
The F1erida state fair was formally
opened Ismt Tuelday. Governor Jen-
aiiites made the opening speech for
anil iu the iame of the people of
laotinda, and Mayor Fletcher did the
w.ele-ojing act in behalf of the peo-
l**i of Jacksonville.
If )ou have sore throat, sorenefs
ar-nsm the back or side, or yoor lungs
feel san e or tender, or you are threat-
ened with diptheria or pneumonia,
'plty Ballars tnow Liniment ex-
ternally, amd me Ballard's Horehound
tMyrup.&AntI-Monopoly Drug 8tore.m
Rev. J. C. Tirm, pastor of the Pres-
byterita churebh at Lke City, and
Mtin izabeth Pasco, daughter of ex-
Seator Pem, were earned in Mon.
ticeUl Wedeseday.
Robert's Chill Tale eure. It re-
lores health sad appetite. Try It.
2St. Your mo ey baek If it fWils.
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OCALA. PFORIIDA

EDWIN SPENCER.
ATTORN IY-AT-LAW,
OCALA. 74.-y*- FLORIDA.

J E. CHASF.
DENTIST.
OCALA FLORIDA
NOTICE OF APPLIGCTION fOR TAX
OEED.

OTICE IS HEREBVY :GIVKN THAT C. M.
COONR. purchaser of Tax Certificate No.
6,73. dated August 7th. 1879, has Med amid cer.
tifcate in my ofce and has made application
for tax deed to issue in accordance with law.
Said cettificate embraces the following de criberi
property situated in Marion county Florida.
to wit: commencing at a point s oB chisus west
of southeast corner of northeast quarter of
southeast quarter section 36. township 1t seth.
r 2e 3 east. thence west 13& chaink, north 3
c us. east .33 chaims south 3 chains, 40acres.
The mad lau beag esed at the date of the
issuance of such certificate in the name of Ms.
E. 8 Mixon. Unleasma-dcerticate shall be re-
deemed according to law. tax deed wil issue
thereon oa the ath day of November. A. D. 1901.
S. T. SISTRUNK.
1o-85 Clerkircatt Count.

NOTICE IOF APPLICATION FOR. TAX
DEED.

NOTICE IS HEK*DY GIVEN TRAT MRS
SMAGGIE VOGT, Pschaernof Tax Certificate
No. 1403. dated the 3rd, April, A. D., 1o&, has
filed said certificate in my oke and has made
arplicatiou for tax deed to i nese i accordance
with law. Said certificate embraces the follow-
ing described property situated in Marito coae-
ty. Florida. to wit: east half of thea arr
of soutteaat quarter and uorthwet quarter of
southeast quarter of southeast quarter section 7,
t6wnhp ic o range il. 3 acres. The said land
beinC aessNed at the date of theissuanace ofarch
certificate in the name of Albertus Vogt Unless
said certificate shall be redeemed according to
law. tax deed will isme there on the 9th day
of December A. D. 1901. 1.-8
(Seal) S. T. SISTRUNK,
Clerk Circuit Court

NOTICE OF APPLICATION FOR TAX
DEED.

N OTICF IS HEREBY GIVEN THAT R. W.
F PERGLSON purchaser of Tax Certificates
No. 2*7 and aSh, dated the Mth. April A. D. z89a,
has filed said certificate in my voice and has
made application for tax deed to issue in accor-
dance with law Said certaficstes embrace the
following dt scribed property situated in Mario
county, Florida, to-wit southeast quarter of
southwest quarter section 31. township 13. range
21, 40 acres. Southwest quarter of southwest
quarter section 31. township 13. range 21, 4o
acres. The said Ilnd being assessed at the date
of the i4uauce of such certificate in the name
of Unknown. l'ales. said certificate shall be we-
deemed according to law, tax deed will asse
thereou on the 2hd day of December. A. IU oi.
IZ-t S. T. SISTRUNK.
Clerk Circuit Cout. Marion County, Florida.
~ NOTICE.


NOTICE IS HEREBY GIVEN THAT UNDER
and by virtue ot a final decree rendered on
the 14th day of October A. D. 1oos, by the Hon
Minor S. Jones.judge pro hbac vrce. in a certain
cause then pending in the circuit courtofthe fifth
judicial circuit of Flo:ida in and for Marion coun-
tv. in chancry. whermn McCORMACK NEAL


Our Winter Lap Robes are in, and a better assortment of
weights and prices, or a prettier lot of patterns you have never
seen. The prices run from $2 to $Si5-plain or fancy, gay or dig-
nified, as you prefer. tCome early and get a choice of patterns.

S. A. STANDLEY Ocala, Fla
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Four eourmes of four years, In Agriculture, Mechanical En-
gineering, Lailn-leiance, Clandes. On, year' course In bui-
,,eeM: Semegraphy. Typewriting and Telegraphy. A prepara-
tery course of one or twe ears, as required, for thee wishngl to
prepare for the owllege. Poet-Graduate courses are alaooflerel.
Young men under military diis line. Young women un4<.r
reflninu home influences at Foster Hall. Fine modern bouidinrns
and first elam equipment. Tuition fr"e to Mlorida students.
Other expenses very sm.xll. For catalogue add res
T. H. TALIAFERRO, C. E, Ph. D., Pref dm.


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NOTICE


Of Application for Tax Deed Under Section 8 of
Chapter 488. Laws of Plorida.
N OTIC IS HEREBY GIVEN THAT ) T. PEA.
SC<, K f& CO., purchaser of fax Certifcate No.
o76., dated the 7th day of August, A. P. 189, as
fill .,aid certificate in my once, and has made
application for tax deed to base in accordance
with law. Said certificate embraces the follow-
ina described property aituated in MarMto coue-
t', Florida. to wit: Lts 3 and 4 section 3, town-
ship 14. raage; 141 acrs.
The said land beinM ssesed at the date of the
issuance of suchcertifatein the name offMs.
Eliza A. Owens Unles saad certificate shall be
redeemed according to law. tax deed will issue
thereonon the 16th. day of December. A. D. 191o.
.Witnes my o@icial ,agnature and seal this
the oth day of November A. D. Toor.
t-i5 (Seal) -.* S.: T SISTRUNK.
Clerk Circuit Court of Marion County, Piorida.


E. TAX COLLECTOR'S REPORT.
E. P. Thagard. Tax Collector, in Account with
Marion County-ago1 Tases.
County Schools-
Oct 7. aU *ueolected...................
Treasurer's receipt io


Nov. 4.* Balance uncollected ...
County Proper-
Oct. 7. collected
Treasurer's receipt


Nov. 4 Balance uncollected ......
County Roads -
Oct. [7. Balance uncollected
Treasurer's recript............
Ncv. 4. Balance uncollected......
Cuinty.Fine and Forfeiture-
Oct 7. Balance uncollected.
Treasurer's receipt.......


Nov. 4. Balance uncolkcted
NOTICE OF APPLICATION FOR TAX County Buildings-
SOct -. Balance uncollected ......
DEED UNDER SECTION 8 OF CHAP Tressireras receipt .........


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FRITH & CO., Nashville, Tenn.


A Good Foundation


Means comfort,t peace Ond health.
The blood can't circulate through
poor feet cramped and pinbched into
tight eboes or shoes of unnatural
shape. The feet suffer from corns and
bunions, avd the sluggish circulation
affeets the entire health.
We sell shoes that are shaped like
the human foot, but yet wbhih retain
an air of elegance and uryle. Com-
fortable shoes are not n-ess-warily ugly
--not a at all, if 3ou come here.

G. A. NASH.
South side of theselu-re. O*a.hi. Fla.

Gte. F. Wray, ti.e expect tuner o
the Halifax Music House, Daytona
visits this city. Leave orders at
Wheie's. tf*


Tme STAFF WF UPE
A mile here is pure. clean, whole-
some ad nourA ing. We have built
up a reputation on the quality of ouar
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And we take particular care that noth-
Ing Uall detract from It. The best
. prpard by skillful hands in
etema, wl ventilated rooms and per-
f&cily baked In modern ovens, twee
our eusomers breed unequaled even
by the very beet home made article.


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THE OCALA BANNER, NOVEMBER 22, 1901.


THANKSGIVING

GREETINGS TO ALL


You Are Cordially Invited to read the

E below list and send or bring us your orders:

Evergreen Sweet Corn T White Cherries
po- ROYALL SCARLET'' W
^Succotash Bartlett Pears
dVegetables and Fruits.
d Small Lima Beans Egg Plums
-Stringless Beans Golden Pumpkin Asparagus Tips Lemon Cling Peaches
Early June Sweet Peas As Marrow Squash Peeled Apricots
You take no chances when making your selection from these goods. They are the finest that can be put in a can.
Extra care and pains are used to make these goods the finest in the world.

NUTS---ALMONDS, PECANS, BRAZIL, FILBERTS, ENG. WALNUTS
Chili Sauce CO N D IM E NTS Walnut and Mushroom Catsup
Tomato Chutney Anchovy Sauce
India Relesh Salad Dressing
India Relesh
Stuffed Olives Celery Salt Capres
Celery Sauce French Marrons
CE ^elery Salad Tomato Catsup Curry Powder Plain Olives

PURE ViRiMONT MAPLE SYRUP AND SUGAR -

FRUITS CHEESE MEATS -
o ApricotsEdam Sweitzer Bayles' After Dinner Boned Chicken
SEvaporated Apricots Boned Chicken
Pineapple Limnburger and Deviled
SNYectarines Boned Turkey
eApples A full assortment of FANCY CRACKERS in 1, 2 and 5-pound Salmon
Stuffdnaes Cpackages. Fruit Cake., Plum Pudding. o f o e -
SPeahsWe have the i-t quality of JELLIES, JAMS and PRESERVES b
Imported Figs to be ha.,. "'They're as good as home-made," is the verdict. Clams _
^^ iDatesnin 1-lb. packages -- Deviled Crabs -
Then there is the Mincemeat, Cranberries, Cranberry Sauce and -
f- Stuffed Dates a C o (. clate cr O Cranberry Catsup, Chocolate, Cocoa, Cream of -hocolate,
London Layer Raisins and the World's Famous Brand of Coffee and Tea, Clam Chowder
-C luster Raisins Chse & Sanborn's "Seal Brand" Veal Loaf 2


From the above we hope to receive your order for

such goods as you may plan to use. The grades &

E are of the best manufacturers that put up these goods,

and we guarantee them to be as represented We are

S determined to be Leaders in the Grocery Business, as

we study nothing else and have no catches on "Just

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