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Title: The Ocala banner
Uniform Title: Ocala banner
Ocala banner (Ocala, Fla. 1883)
Alternate Title: Ocala daily banner
Daily banner
Physical Description: Newspaper
Language: English
Creator: Ocala banner
Publisher: The Banner Pub. Co.
Place of Publication: Ocala, Fla.
Ocala Marion County Fla
Publication Date: January 3, 1902
Frequency: weekly[]
weekly[ former aug. 25, 1883-dec. 28, 1888]
daily (except sun.)[ former dec. 30, 1888-]
Subject: Newspapers -- Ocala (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
Newspapers -- Marion County (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
Genre: newspaper   ( marcgt )
Spatial Coverage: United States -- Florida -- Marion -- Ocala
Coordinates: 29.187778 x -82.130556 ( Place of Publication )
Additional Physical Form: Also available on microfilm from University of Florida.
Dates or Sequential Designation: Vol. 17, no. 12 (Aug. 25, 1883)-
Numbering Peculiarities: Issues for 1884 later called new ser., v. 2.
General Note: Editors: T.W. Harris, F.E. Harris, C.L. Bittinger.
General Note: Publisher varies: Frank Harris & Frank Harris, Jr., <1913
General Note: Description based on: New ser., v. 2, no. 14 (Dec. 1, 1883).
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Bibliographic ID: UF00048734
Volume ID: VID00621
Source Institution: University of Florida
Holding Location: University of Florida
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Resource Identifier: oclc - 18660476
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The paper "Of the People, tor the People andl

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Ym mrny Snap

Tour Fingers

& Dyspepsi.

T 1re is a quality in Royal Bak-

ing bwder, coming from the purity

and vholesomeness of its ingre-

dient which promotes digestion.

Foocraised by it will not distress.

Thispeculiaritv of Royal has been

note< by hygienists and pliysicians,

and .hev accordinrlv recommend

it inthe preparation of food, espe-

ciall for those of delicate digestion.



't.A. S.staittwas- registtered at
';w (Pouia aHov yesterday.

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NI i"-s Bs'trit- Sitelair left Ai ialt"'-!s
-,v litighLfi~rz-et-iilI mieriywhitre;
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,A Ala her

-&,,res health 11141 appetite. TFry it.
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Of course it was expected that the
Star would calumniate Sehley. Ever
since that visit to North Carolina the
Star man is liable to do or say most
any old thing.
Mrs. C. S. Brown, formerly of Citra,
but more recently of High Springs,
has moved to DeLand, where she
Goes to enter her three children in
IStetson university. Shiw will remain
there for all indefinite period. Dr.
SRrown still holds hit. position as sur-
geoli in the Planit Syvten hospital at
Hiiih Sprimu-.
C('lt llii iT! :.11A take it to Anti-
.t loi tp1 "ly I rO:: lori ;ll 'l i t-'; ': free-

ani l l.v e,.r 'i':il i t-. ( ;1 l>#--t i >l -i'.
T hI' y l 'a i l ,it;- .1 I- .f tl, i -t nlll-
: h'li. I tltl ll -;i '-- :ii. :l el,: i 'ltii !;l
D r. T. it. T"l:. ti rrr,,. Ir, .-idt.iil f
tilt. I*Iridla .\.A r!,.ltural .' fIv.,. wi:t,.
otie <*f liltf mI -t lpromiiielnt tt r-. .
in O, ala attentl ing lhe it:tll tea tlirt,
asociationll. Thil is Dr. Tialiaftrro'.-
first year at tilie college itd lit' lhas
already niale liinim-lf very popular
witli thle -tuildeitt- a ll ,iti/-ii- (of
SLakeCity. Het- Ia liilorouilily polish-
ed gent leli'a1n a1ild al einthli-ia-tic
educattor:, an.d ,iihl.r lii- direction tlhe
(college blidsf.air to rapidly btco-me
S lone of ili ll s..t ill the -outh.l
S'Oighi altldtId colds colni ulnlvited, but
y()ou cn I quickly tet rid of them with

'Vll. Andfwo. i a few doses of Balloartdi'.s Horehoundi
Syrup. Plri,'e '. and .l5'0 cent-.. Anti.
Admiral Ahiley and )Dewey, the Mn,,plIy Drue Store. l
L'-.nt Amierie naval heror-., will lie
fl-itor, ,to Ficida and guit-.- of tlie Mr. S.iinpt'li, in a Matement o'il-
-,t< 4. ..t.Dh iit wek.,ierniig the condition of her hius iald,
-A4t <42t *moss next week.
the aumir:al, stvys: "Phlivsially, lie is
Sama .I0iteM, .e e. like POilate, has comfortable and liappy, but the brain
w..iheild isllds of tlle dip.'i eary i. tired beyoiid ever being rested."
..atler Be haild better done like Poor Suni'-o1'i Hadl lie lieen lig
* .!:t- Whigito Chronicile. enough to have given Schley the
"credit for fightingg the battle of San-
M r-. Hardy .roiomt leaves dodaly i',r I
tiag,, e wooti have avoided all that
.-r lihotl e at Tlihell .' after hatvilng i e t i i rry and t .
-i-ttI tlh,, ( ritma iholidlys il O':ala h
-fit t it-t naotfr,.wouhl lle time liio3t popular lmal in
,thmhl r,,mot .. ,..itiIJ, 'ln. til. l- ite.l St:a It IIAy,, t I be ig
S -tleInts- tt-. 1t u i e lg
.Mi:-- A. ni, M Stt.i'l-y eI,tl- m indeed.
t:. <:,i .,lut I ,% t -i iv' li r "'ie he;- H'f r ,. .ti o, ill t i
b *int .' fri,-id.i. l i-? i litAll' : ls1: ':1 ;ari-.1 f.,,i. s -!t.i ,,,l fui. m .! ii ,f tlie
.-lk-.' pa:rtv .1 \% ry d !'t::lf l ,tvct r. 1-ar ihel- tilo. :I at oii-e w ithli
*- n-,' iii ;'a:.- ,,nt. li it iit -. ;, : r ;' \ !i -tre i tll n,!i tiht-
l v,-r \ iti .irn.% fr,,ti c'irri;;t ;iion
M r. .tid Mr- ( "ha.-ri, Itlinjlm u, r iav- ,, i i, .t ,i-; ,,t-" 'r iitO-.
:. eto New -.rk t1 lie t re- I th -' t t, ;,,.

!itta rim izo.- of ~ ~ a'nll it'*'

- I ala xa t.Wwier-u'

13 1ttA iltl~t 4 t'its .L I ~ ~ 1b r ~t-ia la 1

I t a f O. Ifor Ii a:&t ht. '' j I i o i. r i 1 4 t .f .1 'I-4 u I )I ,

A ilafter etil t C t:lamIt ei~
t-14tINi3lI ansd Live'ir Tllt- r~-
s'~i -. Siiaple~. fret- at A t: I4i01b
y Drug sing',.

The -iurrest" Ii
:.)r Frasik flrri.- ,f -a. for I iie

si',nhtI :I glt iltmi .1-te '"rthet- ram"iern
-61,41 I at-:.4)-cull'upnt like a clowni
i n-iruv,- ;,-vuMlsiZ tlmthe Itz-1 u1v ithi
lain-zliter. and a instvd of preachai g 2t
'-ermion.2-u4-I.-.i.1 I names and .,ty (Ilii111'...
~ fw ap-i- s a'ts'.the Saintly
Wes~' -h~ltoverhear time tidlowint:
dets..rilbtis)11 4, f whit-ithde 211thmentury
psrea.'hxe:-ought t14p be. Mr. .Jolne-4SAVS
he touhIt "to hIe a cross bietwixt a billy



Bea. Out of An Increase In His
*\ Mexican war vi-teran and l promi-
neit. hliior writes-: '"S ing the ad-
ve-rtii-f-nt of ('Iha:tn'erlainl's Colic,
(C'ti i' : Di-i ri' t-it t llin dy, I am
renili,!,'d thatt nSa- soldlier iln \exico
in '17 : '41, 1 ) oitracte, Mcxi,'anl
hdi.iiliwua :tid lii t i'. I- l. ;tas k-,pt
tllt' friml1 -ttiniz "i: illncrease iit ai.
penl.-ioin for on te'rv, renewal :a -e
re to'-t'. Im e." It i I tI'n'e ju:tl'- t I "t a i
,i iU'k i're for diarrhliota; aiInd i- pie.s-
:tit :mnd e':v Ito take. For -dle liy
AiLti-M.',poll, y I)ruti Store. Ili
Mr. and Mrs. Woodrow Entertain at
I.-" iiizlt Mr. andi Mlr-. lDaviil S.
\\',X irlw entertiniied a few of their
f'ielnd- 'vry ,I, li,.iitfully at )rogrftss-
ivt wlvhi-t. l'ne hiandisonme prizes, a
miior atinl a ltob'UCo jar, were won
by 1Miss l-.her Weathers and Mr. Donll
Fordl. while the bi oby prizes, a box of
caVndy, alll Ia beet with the follow i (g
ard attached :
If anioth,.-- Ak''.-ion :houl!l ari'e
WVhti in thlis houi-e wt ,houl me.Ct
W\ t:u-'t tha: sho)ulht ou win a prize
Twill be one that can t l>t !)eet.
were presimed to Miss L-ena Bul-
lkwk ntiltI Mr. ('harlie Lloyd.
The latter part of the evening was

Progressive Whist Party.
On Saturday evening Misses Mary
and Rebbeca and Clifford Anderson
entertained their friends at progressive
whist. They were assisted in receiv-
ing their guests by Mr. and Mrs.
Cards were played for two hours,
at the end of which time a delicious
supper was served.
Miss Lucile Ansley, of Thomasville,
kept the score.
The ladies' prize was won by Miss
Mattie Williams. It was a beautiful
party tag. The gentlemen's prize, a
silver moltch sife, was C.tAptured by
Mr. D&ve Williams.
Mr. John Taylor and Miss Iva
Staundley were awarded the booby
prizes. After the prizv. were awarded
music was enjoyed until the midnight
The following were those present:
Misses Lunci. Ansley, Mona Hiller,
Mary Rleardo", Lena and Marie Bul-
lock, i':thel Robinson, Meta Jewett,
Sara and Violet Harris, Hattye Por-
ter. Emily Ford, Mattie Williams, Iva
Standley, Mary and Edith Piatt;
Messrs. Dave Williams, Chas Lloyd,
Stephen Jewett, Sanford Jewett, E.
L. Scott, Ralph Birdsey, T. V. Bond,
E. A. Bond, G. H. Ford, Don Ford,
T. W. Lutz, J. H. Taylor, C. V. Miller,
Lee Miller, S. E. Hiller, T. K. Slaugh-
ter, B. S. Weathers and W. E. Finch.
It Dazzles The World.
No discovery in medicine has ever
created one quarter of the excitement
that has been caused by Dr. King's
New Discovery for consumption. Its
severest tests have been on hopeless
victims of consumption, pneumonia,
hemorrhage, pleurisy 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 Drug Store, who
guarantee satisfaction or refund mon-
ey. '.are bottles 5o) and S1. t i.ttl-.s free. 1
Miss Ford Entertains.
.\t i,(r hiw iB li,'k !;:-, l'ril'ty iJ,,ht, M i-- l, 'iily Ford
ii.tert;:intit her f;-itend- with a d nllee.
It s ()int. f I' the m >,o)St thloroul ghl
S." vi- f til.> ominy holiday fu1ic-
li,,nj .Mi-s Ford talway prove-s liec-
ael h ;t ( a l l il;gz 1 o-h --(, :ta on) thi.
o' sion \,a.- it herl [(-',.
Th'e house wa;i-profusely decorated
with holly and b:nb(lllo. and Zwas
lighted with criimsoni candlit-.
C'ard tables were provided, for thet
i ues-t: not hearing to dance.
Miss., Forl's guests were .Mr. and
Mr.. G. K. Robinson. Mr. and Mrs.
D. S. Woorow, Mary Collison,
(f Washington: Lutile Ansley, of
'Thoniasville: Iena and Mariehiullock,
Mary andi R-bee'.i Anderso-n,'. Polly
Williams, Mona Hiller, Ethel Roblan-
son. Mleta Jewett. Sara and Violet
H arri-, Esther Weathers. Messrs.
John Taylor, Will Fin.h, T. K.
Slautihter, D:v.' Williams, Stephen
Jewett, Sandfoird Jewett, Ralph Bird-
sy. C'liflord Anderson. Will Dale,
.,i .tiy Hiller. Neil Weathers. Earnest
Cr,. :uil ('C is... I.oyd. *

Tuesday at 12 o'clock Miss Sarah R.
Bull and Mr. A. H. Foster, of Atlanta,
were united in marriage at the home
of the bride's father, Mr. W. C. Bull.
The wedding was a great surprise to
the many friends of the bride in Ocala.
Only the immediate family and sev-
eral of the last year's faculty of the
Leesburg Conference College I were
present. Mr. Lang, formerly presi-
dent of the college, performed the
ceremony. Miss Bull has gone back
to Orange Springs to flui4h her school
at that place and Mr. Foster, with is a
teacher of languages in an Atlanta
college, has returned to his duties. Mrs.
Foster will join her husband in At-
lanta as soon as her school is com-
The bride was raised in Ocala and is
a great favorite with everyone. She
taught for several years in the Ocala
high school.
The Ocala Banner extend. its very
best wishes and congratulations to
the happy couple.

The Best Perscription for Malaria
Chills and fever is a bottle of
Grove's Tasteless Chill Tonic. It is
simply iron and quinine in a tasteless
form. No cure-no pay. Price 2)c.

Miss Lucile Ansley Entertained.
On Tuesday evening Miss Violet
Harris entertained very pleasantly,
*)mplimentary to her attractive guest,
Miss Lucile Ansley, of Thomasville,
Ga. Dancing was the entertainment
for the evening, which was indulged
in until after the ushering in of the
New Year.
The following guests were. present,
Miss Ansley, Miss Collison of Wash-
ington, Misses Esther Weathers, Em-
ily Ford, Mary ard Rebecca Ander-
son, Johnnie Liddon, Lena and Marie
Bullock,Ethel Robin-ion, Meta Javett,
Hattie Porter, Mona Hiller, Sue Bar
co, Mary leardon, Alice Reedy and
Mrs. D. S. Wordrow, Messrs. D. S.
Wordrow, E. J. Crook, S. E. Hiller.
('. V. Miller, Stephen Jewett, Sand-
ford Jewett, J. II. Mathews. T. K.
Slaughter., .1. Taylor, W 1-:. Fin('!!,
(' I.. AtFl-r.-on, G. 1 Ford, Itlp0h
,lireisey, Neil \\'.athirs, I. S. \'e 'h-
ers, \V. Hi. Powerf. Howard Clark. C.
; II. [.i,,y. I.:. A. B rd,( T. W Lut /. i.:.
SI.. ott, an; l .1. 1I. Stewart.

Mr. Maurice Strauss.
Til at've naiiued gentlermtian has
long lived in Ocala, though not until
very recently has lie become a citizen.
)Duritiir the Christmas holidays lie
purchased the Montezuma Exchange
and Cafe and hlas become thoroughly
itlei.tileled with the business interests
of (Ocala.
He is up-to-date and h.let no grass
grow under his feet.
He is popular and progressive and if
there i- any trade will g.t his share of
Hlie expects to make many improve-
ments, and wouldn't be here if he did
not think there was a bright future in
store tor Orala.
See his announcement elsewhere.

RollL, FiOIM Only the best
Ol'UR O)VEN material g6es
into the oven and
only the
rolls out. It is delightfully crisp and
wholesome. A few slices buttered is a
meal in itself and almost as nutritious
as meat.
Orders for Bread, etc., can be more
satisfactorily filled by

than by any other bakery in towv.


'. H. NYDEiR. Proprietor.


Useful Ornamental Stylish


H andlkerchi t S,

Umbrellas, 5




Hats and Caps,





Pains in the Back
Are symptoms of a weak, torpid or
stagnant condition of the kidneys or
liver, and are a warning it is extremely
hazardous to nregie-t. so important
is a healthy action e thi,'ee organs.
They are commoiinly attended by loss
of energy, lack of courage, and some-
times by gloonyv fcreb--.ling and de-
"I had pains i:a my back, could not sleep
and when I got up in tihe iornifng felt
worse than thi nizht before. I h'-ar tak-
ing Hood's srsdtiii.t ;t.,l ; :;," I can
sleep and o *t t ., .. -f.* I I aale to.
do my wo:-. 1I i"' ', ,, :* entirely
to Hood's S'r ; ". PERRY,
care II. ., : I :. .
Hood' S.arsapI'rilla
and Pills
Cure kidney" :,ni !:vr tr umbles, rcliav-
the back, and !,i.i!'1 ;i) th wxiole sy tem.


We understani.i -otne one is trying
to imitate our

for chill and fever.
This is a poor way to do businesseto
say the least of it.
When you try to imitate another
preparation it is the strongest endorse-
ment you could give it, in the eyes of
all intelligent people, land I hope the
people of Ocala will continue to take

for chill and fever, and accept no sub-
stitute. Yours respectfully,
Monticelle, Florida.
For sale in Oeala by-
The Postoffice Drug Store,
Anti-Monopoly Drug Store,
Wmin. Anderson's Drug Store.




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The Ocala IISaeT'S Inw Year's Grot-
(o i tng t 'td1tn*?- ,f fri-nd.ll, tie' (cala BsIBaler
.-Cii,- 'L1. Nv- Yfear with li-t(t-r lro,-
- 't- lhai iill Mi y.amr , tl ti* I .'h of Januuary it. .A-il te-
Cicll lh- |e ul!i,-MGti,,i ,,f a daily editi-Ii.
'ht4-t ltanut.r lha, lteen idt-ntitied
v i tli ll-inte-r-t.. #of (k'ala foir thirty
.& yetr- auidl i, here (A stay and it in-
teud- t-o try andI (over the whole

It fels thaUt it bat too long surren-
dermd a part of it and by so doing has
l This. it will try to reclaim. It shall
try aid make the daily edition attain
it- tihe mie degree of popularity that
thli weekly has held for so njmany

To <41. thi- it -hall spare no efforts

The eiet

le-rary atii.y of this city will (con-
SI It.le jt- itd ,t'colulmli. on! suitiects of
lm'al aud general interest. as. they
*-hall an&rise.
T.' weekly edition will Ite very
Greatly enlarged and improved while
the, pri(e will remain the s ime.
like g,*od wine, the O(-ala Banner
rap4'tN tto improve with age and on
all liua hbope, to meet every require-
ment and expectation of its friends.
It shiall yikd up the field only when
the prI'ent owner i. "gathered to his
father*," and then he expects his eon,
who Imatrw hi' name, to take up the
work where he leaves oaft, and like the
youmager Sm Bowle", lofuse into its
-..lumn. the ksothiasm of youth and
make. the "old landmark" under his
direttiou better in every way.
Having grown up with it, the Ocala
hiantier ejloect, to continue it identi-
tiestiou with the business end of the
It it-ti-l i to re large its facilities in
itjl printintg Jdepartment and for
tbis purlwmp will purchase new presses, and other needful machinery.
.ooe time during the y-ear it ex-
iws-'t to idsntall tw-, new Mergenthaler

t'4I a m~.t s'' !aIfit VWete al"not
t~ i *Thet-e Are thou

aI,%- Pt.

m~to-t relidattle and s-pi.vy editorial sev-
erael week-. njzo in whicihi lie ree'orted
hIts? lacier that tthe .le~nicratic party
Wm*- 1141%, itk it; -Vailey F" rrse Sae
If Itehi- ~la'le K-Iltut-ky editor ik right
tie- Heraltl mildly uits T'l. ht tile
retsomIi uliv we ale iw'tljIigat
III th ha- 'old and s' w a, xa liii
rt-t-pet it i 'n e4,f* liv i.11of Molmon te iI.
where Liglithorse Harry di'olleyed hfis
'a' a~ti ~ad* m-,rd t-n a Irt-.-.t r-at.
I -otv u'.rql*-miet i-ei f''- al.-
1, h i~ 9 t~ t I % S 4 5 luth v r. t ,m i Te I tA

A..'N R f, / 'J',49 3



(it p.*rtn litt for th, l.ia-t t o ,4 3,'ars,
will remain in charge of i.
To the friends who have -ttod by
u4 through good aid evil tieliis we
return our most heartfelt thanks and
in the larger field we expect to occupy
we hope to add to our list many new
friends whom we trust will prove as
steadfast as the old ones, and to o .ne
and l1, itfwi and old, we pirotlIr our
best New Year greetinr.
T1,1e 0 :.iie-viii- nUi under iit- of 1
January 1-t conitaini- the foll,,wiiar in-
t*-rf-stilug It ,4f polti'al 4.,',.-i,
('Cogre--sma.aa Sparknman of the First
district of Florida, wa. in the city for
a few hours yesterday.
He had been to 4 k_-ala, where lihe ad-
dressed the state teachers, and came
to this city to see I)r. J. F. McKinstry,
jr. and others in the interests of hi&
political fences.
He called at this office and discussed
the political situation at length. In
reply to a query as to whether or not
he would go before the people of Flor-
ida in the primary next summer to
name a candidate for United States
senator, Congressman Sparkman said:
"I have not determined that ques-
tion and in fact I amnt awaiting an ex-
pression from the people of the state.
If I am convinced that the people of
Florida desire me to make the race I
will be a candidate for the position bIe-
fore the people."
In discussing the probability for fa-
vorable action for Florida in connec-
tion with this sessiol of Congress, Mr
Sparkman stated that there were a
number of bills in the interest of the
state which were t, come up at this
In referring to these bills explicitly
hle named the et-xits for deep water
for Tampa bay. th.i St. John's river,
Miami, improvements for the harbor
at Fernandiua and Pensacola. In all
of these matters he lihas a deep person-
al interest because of the important
position which he holds on the Rivers
and Harbors committee.
He stated as a matter of course that
he would endeavor to have all of these
matters acted favorably upon in the
committee room and that be would
continue to press these matters when
they reached the house.
Mr. Sparkman met a number of the
prominent men of this city while here
and was told that should he become a
candidate in a primary the people of
this county would give him a good
This same ammurauce has been given
him in Marion county and from pres-
ent indications it is reasonable to as-
sert that Congressman Sparkman will
make an effort before the people to
succeed Senator Mallory.
If Mr. Sparkman decides to be a
candidate there is no doubt that
Frank Adams will leave that big farm
in Hamilton long enough to join the
other public men in making a cam-
In the afternoon Congressman
Srarkman left for his home in Tampa.
He will leave in a few days for Wash-
ington to attend the meeting of the
Rivers and Harbors committee.
Nistory Repeating Itself.
Thle aide editor of the Courler-Jour-.
nal. Col. hetiry" Wattcrson. wrote ai






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rHo4 RoNt. MeNamee, of Ts)p5a,
has ei1ered suit against EditP4 J.
DINh1in ford'-famation of chbraeter.
McHmee it s one of Florida's ';..remort
politicians, and wa.,at one ti;icsp eak-
er of-the lo l-ist y-i r, while
working imn the intt-rests of Ja;.k-in-
vi.ll- in the cvi.ital r.imova:l raoe. t'h
ii.-ilttiie iiv(i;vd it t *a i vtIi-l
l Illh D*-ilailli, which .-o,,,t iec;in .' of
the Imost b hitter and pto l -onal nature.
It ailpeari-d at one time as it .sme-
thiin sf-rious w-ould be the result of
the war of words, hut -u.1h Iroved !
not to be the case.-lTanipa Herald.
N. J.ackon, Danville, Ill., writes:
"My Daughlter had a severe attack of
la grippe and a terrible cough settled
on her lungs. We tried a great many
remedies without giving relief. Sh-e
tried Fol'y's Honey and Tar which
cured her. She has ieve-r been
troubled with a couali since." Anti-
Monopoly Drugl tore- Ii
Quite a '-eylatiotn was .reatei an.iii',
tile polit:,ian-i when it wa- aniinounc-dl
that 4 o:igr(-s. -ta!i SpaSrkiar iti hail
mad"-:t deal w ith Hon. \V. K. Z.-wal-
ski, wherebyv il- ,S parkman would 1
bie miade stiiator, Sali the (Ocalat mian
wv mid be his sue'--sor inll the houe.-.
S'1rk lial, howeverr, .olnies out inll anll
inttevriew in the Tampa Tinies and
knowks th- whole thing sky high hIy
denying the story. Such news may
be expected for the next several
months.-Palatka Herald.
In pulmonary trouble, the direct
action of Ballard's Horehound Syrup
upon the throat, chest and lungs, im-
mediately arrests the malady, by re-
lieving the distress, cutting the plegm
and freeing the vocal and breathing
organs. Price 25 and fifty cents.
Anti-Monopoly Drug Store. m
Col Frank Iiarrts, the ableedieto o! that a't.-
paper, the Ocala Banner, and Mr. Flagltr now
have catit..- to wit-draw frum the Baptist church.
The Bapti-t tate -ov.enti,.n at Marianna la-t
saturday *conde:mnu-,l a!' Iiw i-raintinz dr- ;
vorce' for other than -crtptiiraT reason' -
'untaGorda Hlerald..
The scriptural reasons : ? reasons
ante-datintg marriage. here are no
scriptural reasons for granting di-
vorce after thle 'onntl mbial kznot has
once been tied.
Many an innocent little darling is
suffering untold aony and cannot ex-
plain its trouble. Mark your child's
symptoms, you may find it troubled
with worms; give it White Cream
Vermifuge and restore it to quietness
and health. Price 25 cents. Anti-
Monopoly Drug S, re. mi
A judgment for 'S.541 has been is-
sued by a New York court against
"Historian' Maclay, on account of
an unpaid bill for beer. Isn't it odd
that a Q2-a-day laborer, who can't pay,
or who hasn't paid for his beer, should
be able to stir the navy department
and the whole country with a scandal
in high official circles'? 4
Frank Treadwell, Bennett, Ia., was
troubled with kidney disease for two 4
years. He writes: "I had taken sev- (
eral kinds of kidney rewendits. hut
with little heneflt. Finally I trit-d
Foley's Kidney Cure and a one dol-
lar bottle cured me.' Anti-Monopoly
Drug Store. m 4
Edward Markham has written a
new poem entitled, "Linceoln,' in 4
which the following beautiful similes 4
occur: 4
The rectitude and *patxice .>f t'lt r)ck'
The gladness of the winld that hake-. the cor'n
The courage of the bird that dares the sea
The justice of the rain that loves aUl leave-
The pity of the -now that hide- all scar-: 1
The loving kindness of the wayside wet;,
The tolerance'and eq'zity of light. j



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The Jug, and Keg Trade Made a Special iture.
In sending your orde-s awav'-- --<--:, '* '.'c < i c .? 1 1,:!4,.lon jugKs I.
-gal: on iug. 15c: -gaI!onjug. 2-" ; ) *,s, ";a! ( k-c- L i
I sel! more whiskey and bett- -'&4-'.- t ia- tim hu.;t i" -'i>,r:.! ;.because Ive grood.hoI
et goods and fulnil measure.
A trialorder wilt convince. v)u that "w,- ':'` -o t rerm cash wrht order
Vour-,anx;,u*to u: J F. EDW ARDS.

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CA-PI'l L O. % ,3000

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l--__t-- 7 .,~ J&U nJun taimn ., tnati D_ E_..._---NIL riz!, 2r,, l,(_Lc LLm

to grow strong. ULnlessAe get
. ,,,iel meat we may as 'ell let .
Sit aloiie. There is no strength j
iin tough nmeat-instead afgiv-
1' i .ag, i' takes trentgth trligest
,!. It *lL I( t, toe careful in -
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= i'i a l;;'tie nlto n ,rcif need 'e at l
.4 U put ,somlelkioitu ir your st.lac'

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Beware of Oinutments tar Catarrh That
Contain Mercury,
as mercury will surely destroy the
sense of smell and completely derange
the whole system when entering it
through thile mucous surfaces. Such
articles should never tie used except
on pre-scriptions from reputtable 'hy-
sioaims, a- tile damage they will (io is
tell fold to tile go44 l you ca(lI llposily
derive froin them. Hall', (Catarrtm
'Cure. mantifacturtr'i ,bv F... (1. teney
& ('>., T,,h,,hr. 0., ,.,ittain- ], no ,ir-
'tUIry. arl, i-; take ii, rmialy, ;'titii,

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lital '. C;t:trr|}; 'llt C iir 1 tit,' \',u Z"! "
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Women ; Well as Men
Arc Mw Miserable by
Kidly Trouble.

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'a.II i a tI luaaiat I' a latit11.1%
a k-a iall e!-if taat.t i tfil%. ,
a' ~ a all.?ta tiA[.tla t
'a. '? A w Oct, I: t ''A1'
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al t -'iti s.,-o ul-lti-iilyi
'v ill behalf of their

fa-ile(,,.*'A ut!'ar,-.'tT'II t:. v "' ew (if ttile

hut t lihat1 Ic-! atl(a).' I IIi o, aa' q

ait', k 1it, a 2i iti a I.a,

a. ~ ~ ~ ~ v mw'a aa a 1 Ii5 Ia Ii.

To.Cure a Cold in One Day

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Ninety-e!. Iight Per jaCent t
lit :I l- U l'aati1T ila 'A if :A 11 Clm a l Ta t li
!i~t :4f t ['-i laat al l l.Ba t thtal

a..o h at aths t zit- ('iiaejze nti'. of inter~-t

w:,- I'A> lar-a. *.p r vent 4* 'a f~ely**.

li 1111 1% '1 w ul-p'l tals. a aidt LA4it

*iey~iht Per CetiorAic

SI tia I ti~t-r jc a'tUt. o a'a t'y I'

11Iti -11 a 'a.hIa ti t. tla ao lia' et'i. oall
t'l~l a ~ tflaa ia lOw felawal at:1

~ai a? I ta' a. ri- h n-* r a i ll it ,:1t1141a-t1

di- l'- it tilt a. A fo "' A I d tVia'.' e a iie'

Wh ata\ ?. Mr Fag rThinks ofT a J ack.

V. -'~li a''ae*~ i -r!'''sih )ar i %I a ai L!1,1.
4 I- I l__ .1-a. -a.alli~ Ia t fa r t, It

You will find it just as useful in summe
as in winter, ana ii you are thrivng upon
it don't stop because the weather is watn.

Griner Farm.

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1:, -1* ~il~la' acll'ta''a aae'I

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K -i' ri ck. %f i Ma! Ioi-
peal' a I".. a a it -, 1, %
the'r a. -l a -

JY1A iajaan a ~ll Il .1ilis '1'l

,-r ter !it t is writin
TI Iria~ M a I 'a r a. j a I
Nca':I~Strikaes la' a Rc ind.'ar

Mil illrvosadel
(':t'aT..1 I .Ttil i rtaaK i .'.':t.-a all i val-
la-a Wa- a t Ia. t'ited tlui!'ped [tie ui-
Stikes a ich F--tind. ter 4
wi. ha-. a 'aji-taiaaj godtea -.''tri all ~u the

Ili. oI. -I I,-I .' Nert-l T h4vIe %- havelsl? o)l

keja lo 'a'v'aa a ia- ea-xce.'t'itau heutalth fror
'a'aaaI ~Ia'%- a a-a lecat rio Bittersa tite
Ilija slal lfidja eFf t'r ftile titioulpls,4; that
tit~ ithey are a g.ind iii ethe' tilel ilvii, )rmZ t prI-la
fear weak, luutbdewti w'aitaliit. NV-fohtiar
litiedia'ili t? an takte it,- ICltitat- it, ,utr
fatuizly' 'Try theit-. O()ll'' tlSaili-a
fa- tiacti Lu rarlli&41et tat'1% 41 a
mlliia'e i)rtig S'ataar,' I
Low Rates to Charleston via the Plant
4It l aaaatit 3 ,4M t 4f'file I!a m' 4 a at,
II t ter-.*'tate anid Wt-"t IIaitJ, ill ).jaa .
tie tli letPlt" u'tii St "'a4te'Til I IAIa Ia'hkvt'aa
until a % ayi. tao 4harill--a:I. 1!a lla~
aal I 'laleO itsl'a i itt"aiita t '' aa r..'t-i.
I'tia r:ara ft'Taa.1 )'ls ~ft, r
ti- ke'-. Iilkitu t?41 toC retuithilIa jalat' a- '4n;
-aar 1I %ia' ,.l tiiitti-At ttea la. r;..e'ta'il
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Gain Flesh B
Persons have been known to
gain a pound a day by taking
an ounce of SCOTT'S EMUL.-
SION. It is strange, but it often
happens. -l
Somehow the ounce produces
the pound; it seems to start the
digestive machinery going prop-
erly, so that the patient is able
to digest and absorb his ordinary
food, which he could not do be. I. s a
fore, and that is the way the gain
is made. and
A certain amount of flesh is
necessary for health; if you have ijl
not got It you can get it by
taking COSt

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no more than others-
Less than some.

I)iltc.r, i, I 'pirt d and Fancy Bred

From rtecfnt I np ':;n;it s-, tu8cen Lipton, Yorkshire Lass,
Dash Princ--s, Kiig \'. autage. Duke VWillitim and Dash
Wonder. Write us.
W. D. MORTO)N, Mlgr

[O M It is not claimed that Foley's

Honey and Tar will cure Con-

sumption or Asthma in advanced

stages; it holds out no such false

hopes, but does truthfully claim to

always give comfort and relief in the

very worst cases and in the early

stages to effect a cure.

BANNER SALVE is a healing wonder.

For s. i t!- ., ,Ant-Monopoly 1 )rug Store



of Pure Juices from .Natura! Roots.

all the ,
,all the DE:ULAS e liver. Stomach and Bowels,

People i l C!~ranses the System, Purifies the Blloo

SSuffer pURES Maiaria, iiioausness, Constipation,

I from a Wea. StuWenach and Impaired Digestio.
I Diseased E 3r 8rtR I guarantee to 6in Sat stutm.
Diseased M ,rI i C>': ; L'z Is fA-XjXXIXl:
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Oft 01lo ls. 'u- .li t*1rui 3611

lu"Mim 11;rift4waa he andt. ,nir exe wpin
O"2w" 1&&%@- 104-11 i0tVtia.' kdermo a
mtagts*afe O 4ist. and -w novi. eBThis

soal!veti.. Isd6..' sglatm lei.Ti

~u4feWOW te'MV~~tll -th-P(betlk&s
"kSMi ftilA&atI'Cit. I-. 11,ou' herv Be-
,mp *.94&v1ga (4tatl Iaip-1 glo glitle-
Nam. Mt. I'Vr"0tt I. all e elhilUpt
gs'dI..r, hasmmw ghad eltarg"during iOw.
moen. 4 Hot eHolt.-wtoud Uouuatry
4 10b talk.. bear Iii [.. it. i-111
~abafi-tic .sver ItI*- 404,ttik fGorthtit
aw "Mmoll t 4 *.-KlM. aX1111 II- u t, 111110-

Wk.Iit t lot-reprov-q

I *po t. K11 411-A l ..%% Ito isk.. a v-r Kt
640" t ftt"
Th,. 444 al.s that tht ito1iI3 4btIlt-
timm"Muste".e'la 1.e.erful, elral.tir. l1irma-
syave 1411 hIsloso.rntwosoa: eKSlotl1#d,:4-Oe'r i.
%.S(*Nt-s .itt. 1llwha.ieltare I'wr-
Smtary Saarirnlm.. getly timnulate liver
sampol aw"Ito vi0 rlwt 1Wimewonio014utaintt-t',
wvwaupwtile 9eratens and allomlutely cure
-weatblioatonl aid Ai -k hadaelse'. (Otly

'hi1harmav thight a"~
~ 4te little immter.-"t tois, eniph-
~a- in- '4e-mai :41 E Iarl. Ark.,
aim aaar&~%It-a- Aunie

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f'r, i; : -i f- t iti 1 i -f... t m 4Ip Ihr i I ..
11- -A .I- tuti '.t -61111ia a'At tr..11'.;a

V rv ii W'a- a birif.lit am~t'itiw),- ht.)v~
wihat. u-itaiXall'.-'.rtt. ai1.'4Oti44IAtt"
(I~ ~ t1 1'ai' 14 a-I'el l 4 %a?-~ a x

in Mi B- .--tinaationa of ii!. T~ale-eIr- 1-1 e
will iw --adly m-'.'l ct eoulv' I. v fit-
aaa1ilv, ltout iindatheRaet i-I !-;uza~taY
''elt~oo, of U-tijPietlah-wsft -arec-ti~aar at-
t.'uaalant. i iata- agradse- aInthet 1euli.'
Suahi'xiI and hlIIJ!JL't eit#,mititv 'i trj4-14
Oif thf. family.

at borne. No eaflvw-sitg. *alarv.
from 1~4)t4, !iT75.isa jtr ui'wutli.
i'rnd stampoed etve-Im-&pj- fcor loarticti
lar-i tb Smr. Petersoni. Wagenr. S. 4'.
White hey I&'- lt I will -wli j*.direetd

Naosau'u Lake' 4o( ire.

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t W#411 tile 1114100 7- Whia -Al I41 1 tt:Li 4. 1.0
t'nt rauee down'aa Ltrus, grq i'% :4 4e ao!" 4vt:
to tile edge oef th1ais. iv 'ido'rfu I oi a 4..
The water is onl, a ft-%v fo..t *f*~~jai .A
the 'pond Is soa' n qeu~arl' i.''f a i
lonc. IWe Stepj~IK- itat.' R ro." !"akut .
the-dim Ilight 'oira laiat&'t L. 814alld3 iit:.04-
guenit, as that' lfoat pjshA of'a cft :ci~a 1!
omar% broke tht, ;.r 4a.4tmj;l.- surounded ltoy a st a 'ftiamic, T'
divers sbo sw~auin aNunt -":vLto-
ly merged In blulte sn'aoke. for t!li.' .t'!
of' This 1biOsphtaro'4'o4t''n- 1 -z ror'1:..
tamqoLe than valo-. :. It -[:c.i* !o L
T'he form of t het'dt%'4 r,: 4 id.Id4
ai lma11uiiu'us tglt4V%. 4441 1t:;,, '

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Stops the Cough and Works
Lixaiv" BrCois) of iv.-
(" i!" "i q'*)iP ice '" '!'t -;

Clubs of Five.

Off the
T'I t;et,.

T, tio' rien'dI- Vwho w-ill fm %v arlrIu-1
a liuip orf ive eca-ta '.IaI-4'I ihers w~e 'will
ewil th~e ( P.'i l~t 4:Ant-r .-I.".r !r4*e

fWT'lP.1 inu, a .1anate-r.
I ).u !-I pifoult kite %. Li 'it Fe e v's
lliom- *%-anid T'sr i a:it lUt4-1V tlv te Ilt-it
Por all dirweA-A- of the tharott and
I mrg- Dial.or-Aare- authorized to

A at i-Ni.4m-' I'ly ID.raig Sto're. III
A laolie--..itsi. et with- ppar-. Wa
f midae at !hli- lat Ge ~.rmanaa. Inqtuire~ at

H. L. Reynolds.
4 *Ine .1 sarit.r w rthi' .f v it mar ke-t. W~ill
1, y I, tha iig~hw-t ra i=t"or all kinda- (,f


t;aciI.'-4l. TIwo) disllar- ''im lt-poa-t ti
I !I,. Ialla iinr o')t1 --f, 'r i(Ata r t i 1.
M'ialarzial 'oj~' -'. e bi il'- anit ft'e +,-v. are
4.-itively e' edlbyu-ing :,1e
Chill Temni,-. 25V'ts,.our money teaek
I! it rail-,. Wm. Anrderson.


China, Glassware,

Toys,' Dolls,

unad all kinds of Holiday 1,oud- at the
.-tore of

G. A. N A SH.

Shoe, Dry Goods

Notions Stock

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Whiskies at Wholesale Pries

Are wishing you and everybody a happy,
prosperous New Year and with it announce
to you that they are- doing busines- at te
*with an entire netvw il.: of Whi.-kic alt

well known in thi, i:vy a:4 d oiCnyv to requi-e
an introduction. Call on him-- ie will treat
you in a genteel. bu-in. s-like ':anner. cV
want your trade and bvy getting our pries
before purchasing, we are sure you will gve

it to tus

Re sp ~etfully,




Montezuma Exchanee

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The Montezuma Hotel,


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L.argeit attendance in the His-
tory of the Florida State
Teacher's Association.



Many Excellent Papers Read-Rev.
Sam P. Jones. the Georgia Evan-
gelist. Present-Dr. Forbes. Pres.
dent of Stetson University, De-
livered a Sermon-- Splendid
Music Furnished by Local
Talent- Gov. Jennings' Ad-
dress Received with En-
thusiasm Reception
at the Ocala House.
Motes, Etc.

The lifteenth annual se.;sion of the
Florid State Teachers' Association
4convened iin this city last Friday night
uniier the most favorable auspices.
Tiht weather wa- ideal and the ar-
iragtilg ent-. were in every way satis-
f.,-tory. Thte tent in which the lmeet-
it l- wr. held wa., 4apalle oft -eating
.!,i-out tuw, th ., ti, lt it 4 4"- *, .firtal4'y 'l4'4, tld d.
It ;- -'t.i t, hia: .I l.-ei i.y far the larI.:-
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the circling roof and you behold a
scene from ftiiyland. So in the noble
work of searching for truth and of
imparting knowledge, some of your
honored profe.-,ors must be content to
bear the lowly torch of utility, while
the brilliant genius of others
shall pierce the enveloping darkness,
and open to the soul bright glimpses
of heaven it.elf.
He said that as the message bearer
he wanted to say on behalf of Ocala,
that its citizi-ns Ive and honor the
+'*i,,',l teaclir-, :til aliat all of them
wlitther a tet!'tin r it tihe college or the
l\tl hol 1t0l,'u l'tX'av anl mtu l .wliare
ill thile vit,,ry r ll 4 'ver ii.ihoranlle,

In atteu ilti, l t o 14 iColv'ey to thel
tlacher4 .sNie idtit of the warmth iLe
bore then fr.,m thle gtoodl people of
)O'la. hie a kt'd i-ernjissio.n to illus-
trate it and uniiii +iy put it up in the
shape of a rt,-viplt as follows:
TIIE I ,RIMI ..\A oi .1 Al.'S \ EIACONI:.

"'Tak,-." lit.e -A'l, "a, the tir-t in-
igredienit sanl, of ;hle lov, which ithe
mother f-ee-.: whieii -he we.lcomesl her 4
son, returning froin a distant land, it
may le tile I: tiilne', to see the old
folks~at home. Then add a little of e
the smiling sati-faction with which 1
the veteran politician gathers to his
bosom a good fat office. Next put in f
a goodly portion of the affection s
which glows in the heart of the young 1
wife, as the greet.- her husband, laurel- r
ed with victory, from his country's d
battlefields. Now comes a pinch or t
two of that feeling of glad surprise ]
which you experience when, in search- c
ing your discarded clothes, you find a t
five dollar bill. t
"As the next ingredient take a large ]
measure of that respect and reverence t
which inspires us as we stand uncov-
ered in the presence of the veteran
servant of the Master, whose life is 4
crowned with g,-, I work.. Then in- t
troItu-e into the t iomplilound somlUe of
that expl si-ie .,-,.diality of the can-
didate hli i is wit ion th ilthunt for

"Ad ;ia linenpili.: tuipful of the Seiiti-
inelit wiii,'h t-li- lit hearts of two
lhovitil tr1'ied.- :i- t Iw\v c l....k int, t: 1 ,i t! t' l'- t y,- aftl.r long
V :ar- if -etI_%ratiioii. nii' lini-Ihi with I a
little of tit:it i '%v itl ii h iii,'l i ti- bail
little tv. f',el- wh.vl i li I tii'-< that hIt
h:l~- IK t Ift ;1 i ',r, ,tten'! t'liri-tultl!<
i11r !nit ii .
"'.Sea ,ll W ll w illi14 iN\ i ; kinIt i ---.
ainl all ,m iost w1 i-i 4te, thetll warIn tlup
the fomposlite widli the ecstatic tire
that glowed i hll' Frenchli leart .
when they -_'reet.-di N:tapileoin after
Mareiig' itli that loviaiteiitliu-i:iA-l
whiichi we An lit"ci-als otltered to the
,I'atlilhe-.' IDew ty lilen in ihi- iuitper-
i-.h:lle ghlry tit a-.ed unitir tlie
triuimplh:l ar'.li :.t Mtli .>i . alU 4 do i, t f" ',_ .i a lq ot f,"rgt,
lh l;tlet'lioni't, i* litu e tiail -y'ii>l thliy
w i;tl w liich i i l, tie ilTL lialtve
f,>!!Aed \\ 1lti hi ",'tt S .ily
tihe -.u t t hro, i. i tith ',rdlt:l
t;o w hi n li t i. : 1 ,t'ef i- iij ct' ,.
\h lien you hatit\ t"I ,- all this, latdie'
;1i4l igentlen t l. of tie V r41 of wreol- I wa -n*lit
'; iii my \' i.' '- -"t41kulu uly w mtii'?
"Do lit \' V i,'l- --'k-Ill '1ll't olly w al tll'r-

S !t.iuk o'. :'., I ia.V' an l c uiUse to l4f-
f t'.. At oin : i!l 4't m y c:itlttr I %.aS
t l,,ril I Iw'li s, 'li 4I :, 4.ret'L.
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t) -<'-ol:t, thlt l';< .t( ., i tll e,'lf tlilt' htt l ;i ;
* hIl l~e:tuti, 1ii, :t > utlo of ilv-r
jl*lili ~ ; l!ibe I c'*l i
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thert are T.i-i st'hool children and







J. .J. GERIG. Mgr.
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elicited prompt and prolonged ap-
In the course of his remarks he re-
ferred not only to the wonderful
strides being made along educational
ines, but also to the splendid prog-
ress being made along the lines of all
departments of human effort--educa-
tional, industrial and commercial.
He said that the American binder
could be seen on the steppes of Russia;
that an electric car line passed under
the very shadow of the pyramids of
Egypt,and were familiar in the streets
of Cairo. and that American cutlery
was sold in Sheffield and cotton
goods in Birmingham. That in the
struggle for commercial supremacy
the United States is making a con-
quest of the world, and before its on-
ward march even the porcelain gates
of C'hinahave been forced to unhinge

DI). Yocuii, in common with all
Ame-rin citi/-.ns, said lie felt liroud
of thie .i-c.,rtli our country is making,
I-Lut thilew ,ut the warniiiig that we
itU-,t 11''t li, ltct the tirt.idle and the
-chooldroomin in our I4oast of these great
achitvenlliit-l'. lle said that the
-trt'ligthi o : f a r.'v rnl;ltie t rested :t
;tpt uponl thei virtue of the h line.
Tlihat i; ttii- w a, itierful iniarh of
pirire.-. aild great achievements lie
wa >pro)ud*l t, say that Florida along
w;th all tlie -.outheru states, oni edu-
cational litin i- keeping fully abreast
inl tlie miarch of these imovelients.
Thl t tlihe last leca Floiriida a greater proire's till educa-
tionl than anivy tlw or three previous

11- -pt'e(i h aa- a tiia -tt.erly etl'oit and
ihe wa. elie r.cipietnt of many c'-ingrat-
ilatilou-. At thi~ point in the proceed-
ing- J. (,. Kelluni, (ion behalf of the
teacheelri> and p uil, of Alachia county,
lin an exceedingly beautifully worh-edi
addre.s-, presented president Holloway
with a gavel. His speech was a
sparkling gemi, and president Hollo-
way's response was sincere and ap-
Ipro'priate. It wa&. a pleasing incident.
.S1" '. t .REENuint i'4 SI' t 'II..
The next address was that of super-
initendent (reeniiwood of l Kansas 'ity.
Mo,.. whi i t'engaged the attti'r.iion of
the .tudlitencei for about half anr hour,
alitl whii'ih wa.- richly einjo,yetd.
T''li i't in. ui-hied -'peak-T i- t- ilitl' d
to lt reput..!iol) lie lia, achieve', .

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"Points" Relating to Bank Checks, Etc.
t Hawkins New Catechiin on Business;
Checks received from others, pay-
able to your order, require an endore-
ment before they can be cashed.
This consists in writing your name
across the top of the back, about two
inches below the left hand end.
Checks made payable to the order
of other persons, who later endorse
them over still others, should be en.
dorced below the last name.
MNt'RE ,, CHAMiI.IiSS, Bankers.
Ocala, Fla.
For Pneumonia.
Dr. (. J. Bishop, Agnew Mich.,
says: "I have used Foley's Honey and
Tar in three ve'y severe cases of
pneumonia with good results in every
case." Beware of substitutes. Anti-
Monopoly Drug Store. i1
IRed bass, snalppers, sea tr'ut and
fte-h water trout received daily Iy
Otto ,Mente at the city market. 12-1::

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FLORIDA TEACHERS IN OCALA iira :1 ,1,1 :4" s:'"." r
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s t a t r I t s, t ': r:. o ,-- i a
the- outl th .f in.- r ratl ,-. l and ,
hydra-de edmlt o n rt .tt-r -hl 'iid ti:.A :,, i .1, :' 'a ,- v .:-- in ish
hidinz'pls lst int a:y c.k or corner ;f etr t" ,, ,,,ar.. It n .urred
our rel.uiiic. Hle favor ,:n.mpul.,ry him thlt l r woIuIt have a l itt
education, and .ai;dt lhatt only 41' or huim *11. c n he id oa i
school. r .nt ,f our h.lildren att l "Do.tor, how is is it that your at
-houhol. +le aid tha- i wut schoite my profesiou being the oldest in tl
aboulId iet ht ly thise who intend world, reaching back for more tha
tmakitgr -i xrhtint2g a life work, antl four thousand years, in the march
that after i itea hesr h rd old iie the events, is falling in the fag end
service he or she should he retired on the irce-sin:'?" Tiie doctor dis
halt pay. He favors, the dispensary grtet with him. "Well," said 3
System, aid said that tl.he hool. Jons. ".-.u will adit that elhftrivit
would rn.ieive a direCt I .i,+-tir of pe- is in its infant'. Not long ago tl
hajp $".i,.0ll, anrtually. and while Atlanti. cable became .-o much dim
placing this am..ount n thie pluii tr, ,I t, the c.,,vo t.rt I breaking
treasury that tlih -ysremn w,'ulld .4,"1- .ableld the exptn. resulti
tribute to its own ,ldo,!+ l :' --that i- to ,, from, t hat thinking
the dowii,1't;! of the ,r' s.; 4 lin,uor al',- ab .in t, i w
gether. ,'1ui.uAtrei. Ini a;oul tati days it
P ro ftt-<>r <;rG r > u o, : ,il ,l livv r- ; t (l.. a ..s i I
ed asi h.our'- !t-.-turt- ., 11i .-l.i r ait, .
RZL I ltl l lit f,,r%. l :t ,) Ittv illVel ti,
'lRevitation"' at ndi ll lidt't it ii> a vry hat ie Lai .-vi-e in th.- I ai
intellige. t, plrtti,'l .t,, i time, he nlltaltly located tl:e breal
manner. It w.a two thouIiind miles ost i
Congressnma n Sparkilla i l was '.- t I ( .t
sea, anrd a mile or more under th
troduced to the teacher.-, and made a re
great deep. Now, here is a man it
very happy address, was tonie gaged in an entirely new occupation.
of the interesting ih.< itnt- of the
Of the interesting i iet of teand can locate a break in a cable
morning session. stretching across the Atlanti Senator Mallory was h visitor to and yet you doctors, who have a pro
Ocala alo, and expected to address fession hoary with age, and can put
the association, but wrote a letter full man who is on six feet on on
of regret, stating that he had received table and examine him from head t
a telegram which compelled him to foot with every sort of appliaLce, an
leave town. can't tell him what is the matter wit
AFTERNOoN SESION., him, and can't cure him if you di
The exercises in the educational did know what was the matter wit
tent Saturday afternoon were intense- him."
ly interesting to all those engaged in A KEAITIFIt-L PERORATION.
school work. Mr. Jones's peroration to his lecture
The question, "To what extent was touchingly beautiful. He said
should the state defray the personal "An angel from Heaven once undei
expenses of students in the higher in- took a journey to the earth, and want
stitutions of learning," elicited very ed to carry back with him some earth
general discussion, J. L. Boone, of ly memementoes to the celestial it
Orlando, being the first speaker. His gions. Hie was in the midst of
remarks were in opposition. He was beautiful flower garden, and he se
followed by A. M. C. Russell., super- elected a handful of the choicest rose,
intendent of schools of Hernando They were beautiful and fragrant
county, who also ,po-ke strongly in as he passed along he espied a child
opposition to the policy of the state in its mother's lap. There was
defraying personal expenses of stu- twinkle on its lij's and laughter in it
dents. eyes. Nothing seemed to be mor
The consensus of opinion of the beautiful thau it. On seizing it hi
teachers seemed to be entirely in op- discovered the mother's love reach
position to the policy, yet they all ing out to the child, and he took i
seemed to favor a creation of a high- also as one of the earth's mementoes
er institution of learning. They say When he reached the pearly gates th,
that the system of education should flowers had withered, the smile on
be co-ordinate, that the community the child's lips bad faded, its eyes ha(
or neighborhood common school become leaden, and the mother's love
should lead up to the county high alone remained fresh and beautiful
school, the door of which should be and this was taken into the gates o
open tolall the students of the county heaven, and there abides. Nothing
who; have been graduated from the he said, is more holy than a mother'!
neighborhood school, and that the love, and the boy or the girl who
graduates of the county school should tramples on it is a brute.
pass on to the state's university, and I ts NIo A MOiiab t.
that state aid should be withdrawn ..
from all other sools. At 11 o'clock, trev. Sam Jones
The next paper read w b J. W. preached under the big tent to an im
mense congregation. He took for hii
McClung, of Tampa, on the subject,
"(MBpulhofy Eduetihn." text these words from the I.ith verse oi

That subject seems to be taking the 24h chapter of Johua: 'A f
strong hold on the teacher'. the ma- me and my house, we shall serve the
jority of them favoring it.
Thenext paper read was by Tomr. Since his last visit to ()eala Mr.
F. McBeath, of Jacksonville, on the nes has grown gray, and shows that
"Purposes and Aims of Public Edu- age is creeping upon him somewhat
ation," which proved to he ont of rapidly, but his oratory has lost none
the ablest papers read before the as- of its pepper and spice. His sermon,
sociation. Mr. McBeath was compli- as well as his lecture the night before,
rented by the most prominent edu- was characteristic of the man.
-2ators present. The last century produced but one
Superintendent Greenwood made Peter Cartright, and this century will
an interesting talk, lasting nearly an produce in all probability but one Sam
hour, his subject being the "Teacher Jones. He is a man of wonderful

and the Pupil." genius, strong personality and unique
I.ORI{IA'S s.t'PERIEMNI- ilON- His sermon was a roast from begin.
OIRKI- ning to end. He spared no one, not
The proceedings were interrupted even the preachers. His remarks were
by President Hollaway, who read a aimed principally at the saloon and
telegram from Columbia announcing their maintainers. He said that if he
the election of Hon. W. N. Sheat- as lived in i0-al* three. mon l.s there
president of the Southr ri F-luation would not Ise a iAloo'n left, a>s he- and
al Association i1.w in -e'-,i,.! in that sahloois could niot exist iin the ,aitie
-ity. town. liet- aid that for .-ventteei
The It-itt w.--crowletie la.- to, years there h:';vi bettieni no salooin in
'tear the It-'lure of Hlev. Sai- I1'. Jones. Carter-iville'. 4;:.. % hiih i- his- hiie.
Every -et-t was o\nt-. d., alidl the Mr Jortli#-'s t that thirty years ago,,
aisles antd e eiyv ie:t ;tha It a -t .r' ln when lh t' wa- o'uld liti -t ,u di,." rorn wt- "t a 'e pra-.'i t he L,,-j,''l, ts+ .oketd illn aii
p'!eV iuml. -tw 'hlt l!e O lt lnk ,! *it- 'nt-""
the I pleitdhi! .'-:nt- I t ;a(- ,- -i'tAl ili prte'a i' -it- Welt,. '. iil, anl that
'.'Lt-etl llu*'. :tnd \ :t- 'r ",.t" 1. t i It- \l I'- I" i t,' llt ?,,r 4 r 'o li t, 11 1'
Mi,-. Hattyc May<- ' r' fI .i "*n'! tu ',d r ,le..i d th t I
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platform. H. --:ik tI at I i-tii.'a-
tiln t' hinj-elf and the othelir minis-
ters 'f the 'ity, ht- feit < compiled t,
present somile of the 4tateweiits maide
by Mr. Jones. He felt that the zause
of ('hri-t has been rmaliineli. He
said, a- a -tudl-utr t" history.v that ,he
could most emphatically state th'it
the world and the church are growin..
better as the years roll on and not
more terrible, as Mr. Jones believes.
Mr. Carpenter of Gainesville then
read a paper on the "Teacher asa Part
of the Moral Forces of Society." 1r.
Carpenter who is au intelligent and1
forceful speaker, was at hik best on
this occasion. His talk receiv:-,f very
generous applause.
S',perintendlent J. M. (Greenwqo then lectured on "VFate a:') Fre,-,!oiii
in Art and Literatnure." ai'-r wlhl-hi
the ti v .titi atd.i ,urnt, utJ : ti M r ; I .v

'in-1 i. \1' I\'tA.

U [I I :'V I 1 .; olerful jtO iia 'l.a'*..- x' 1.1c t l
every linc. iandcip'truti iii a n
edutcationai~l way. -vri' Juniis
waislistent-41 to -~it Ii '")1 u netatteti-
t ion., andiat th~ -o 4 11 k hi~a, fl Iret-.s
a'- till )?-t t-etnt-r ''fi'tlv14 lll)aoded 0.
His atlere-?.i- ois 1iitte41 IIIfull in the

The Nletreepolis *ays it is the tine-t
ztddre'-'-i(of i ,-.-hatractc-r that h:i,seve-r
beentidehv'-r.-tolin Flc'oiwit.
iing- iHit- ':a- v 'to'- I flie
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,5of tLit tifteent th a ,! tial 1,'onveiitin i s
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the Flo'nida St:te Tea *her'< .\-o., Ita-
ti- a. anli Halarri'- intt tl;w :&:,I
U, T. a pinned a lovely [it-tjeL U ;i: nc ,te
S ihe morning and afternoon wer
e, as a souvenir of the oca.-ion. Ti -
given up to a discussion of child study .. as vei r ,t.,T
dioinnm ron uwai vt-ry stefuly i and kindergarten work. i .
0- orated. Light r+frershmen- t, were
The paper on Cihld Study read by served.
Prof. A. A. Murphree of Tallahassee
was one of the best and most intelli- Ir the ,, t i
o I coursed sweet imusi all d irigi t lilt
gent papers read before the conven- -
d tion. evening.
After Prof. M1urphree's address Cap- lN),'s o,, rnilE, ,Ivi-N.\ito;.
tain Geo. W. Lynch of Gainesville iachua had the larg4.e, nutiter in
addressed the convention. The sub- attendance.
ject of his address was, "Should Not
Members of County School Boards be Nor ut n, 1,,formerly .
e Appointed by State Board of Edua. the visiting dela-e,-
: tio?", wa'wt among the visiting dele-h-,-.
r- Superintendent Greenwood made Professor Bierly had a very ltiv- .' -
h- is farewell address to the convention. ha it of.dhild study and kinis :.:,-'
- He expressed his pleasure in having work at tile 'armory. whi-h a i. 'l
" been with the convention during th.iIr a grat deal of attention.
a session, and spoke in enthusiastic <).,:t *-ared for all prt- r .,:;-i 1:,;
" terms of the work already done ano a wort of ,;iisatisf:actioin %a. li al-i
'. beingdone by the teachers' at-soria-. fromi a single l e'.-t.
. tion of thi. state. lie expressed a 'Pr of. J. 31 t I. '. + A. ; lK ti-.t-
4 wish to be with them again in tlhe City. 31,.. wa, le-tur :. i !', :,.o
a near future. n .i-tion. HI is an edI ca- r" i it:.I.
In the afternoon 31Mis Annie 1i. iep tatii on, arnd ('Ocala \:oe- .. ,.- ii :,
e Sharpe, the succes.-fil kilndtergar' t iie ave had himt h-re.
e teacher of this city, read a si, lendid AIOI.n the pro i i i tt t, ,- >,'
paper on kindergarten work. Miss teachers were Dr. Taliaferr,,. ..t-.t
t Sharpe is anu enthusiast in this work, tf lhe Florida Agriultural .rl-'o,."
" and she handled the sulje.-t most Dr. John F. Forbes, plresl itdi to Si.
e skillfully. soln University. Dr Y,.s... -., f I' tl.,-
n Hon. W. N. Sheats, State Superiu-' ('Sty, wasa a onspio.ioU tiurii, ,l 'i
tendent of Education, arrived in Ocala while he Wtis delivering hi., r '*o
0 Sunday from Columbia, where h- the addrese_, of welornn-, i -: rson', n
Swas attending the Southern Educa- resemblance to the late lamentede
f tional Association, which was held President McKinley was the slui.Jovt of
Sin that city, of which body Mr. very general comment.
s Sheats was elected president over l)r. There was no table for the a.
Mclver of South Carolina. Florida modation of reporters. By the te:ah-
feels proud of Mr. Sheats, and rejoices ers as well aAt bv the Rv. '-,, .J,)nte-,
over his election to this high offie-e. they were delightfully itnt r..d.
s Mr. Sheats made a short, impromttitu u -
- speech to the teachers, full of words of It Girdles the Globe
s encouragement anti coniutAlttionl. The fame of Bucklen's Arniat aive,
f W. Powell Hale of Tennessee, tiae as the best in the world, extend, around
r splendid young impersonator, then the earth. It's the one perfect h.t-a!er
entertained the audience with several of cuts, coros, burns, brui-e,-, otre-s,
selections, after which the bunsineiiAs sctalds, boils, ulcers, fei i-.,,
session was held. pains and all skin erupti.n.,-. )Onlv
Captain Lynch of (.ainesville in it infallible Pile cure. :1t5 a box :t Anti. -
neat speech nominated Shelton Phil- Monopoly Drug St-re. 1
* ips of Bronson foi the presidency. .
Josiah Varn of this ,-ity seconded the Farwell Sermon.
nomination Mr. Philips has been Last Sunday morning Rev. C. 1M.
the chairman of the executive corn- (;ray, rector of the Episcopal church,
mitted for several years, and has preached his farewell sermon. He
made a most splendid officer His has gone to St. Petersburg to take up
election to the presidency of the as. his new charge. Mr Gray has been
sociation was unanimous. Miss Be- in O'ala ninel ye-trs a:tnd has won a
nella Davenport of DeFuniak Springs lasting pla-ce iin Ih- h-arts of our Ipe-
was elected vice-president, and W. D. ple. His departure' is Isgreatly rea're!-
Carn, superintendent of schools f'or ted. The 4t.:tla Heanuel wisi-'. M1:.
Marion county, was! elected treas- (;ray everA\ sulIcvss in his ne. r'-..i.
urer. A. A. Simpson of Kis*-simmee You Know What You Are raking
was re-elected secrelary. .Josiali Varn iiv. I i rake ,re ve's T -
of Ocala, A. M. ('. Itussell iof Brooks- ('hi"I I l 4I, -os- the "'r' ;,%
vilie, Miss Clem Hampton of (aine-- ,
ville, prt-sident Havs of the State N',r- i
tal, andl J. M1. 5!salt i were electetl nii tr N
!tlelltther- (or tit-H etX -''tive olltillittto-.
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stiles', double-brea.t-
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Sphy'oically and minen-
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Asuit the needs of tile
average woman, in -
ehl we. t1l"-r, and We
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Ssortlment o -ize-s for girls, mismMW'aad

Silk Skirtm.
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and are just as nice
a oa skirt as you could
make from the best
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SaI r *t'L gr ile of goo "'
with fast .*olors.'d
wont pull to pieces
as you bsve found
sm ),ve silk -k-rt- d 1)
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was revived In Ireland. Limerllek. ?tw
most successful Irish lame, 'As fl.'t rma1
lY aIL 12( at all. It is tambour w~uk up-
on net and muslin.
The Irish point. so called. Is t1w ;in-
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smie waiy.
Net wis first made b'y uachinu-rv y
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of the .tt.CkLl lop- x-into 1C.4lI
and i-':as euinlrous and 1!i.,t J'IL,-.f''To 4I
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the ieiw* anufalr~~ur.' tO .tlt..j.
fzaf*r t~tunuters Flor 1i'tic t:.- so *I.
flo 1'# ia1(14in. S 00,.. e.'n' 41 m u~

turer'-. Not satisfied with hIcters ,.:it-
clot tht-Y kelit up a ettast pati~rk.'9k! n:,4
sure that notoody took niodel or irat-41
lIng*to 1'rancv-.
At laszt. though. they were vial ~im d.
A dsIinhrgvd workinan who 13Ithe
gilaD of it in his. ind fidraiuag'4\l I.- zt't
Oafe ever sea and build a m~ncbtne ri

Sert faCaubl
Aim old farmer foi Zumany years pvt 1
glouer itivi Diarket da% s at a Nrn~!i '..I
kept by a w itlOw.
6She ILad lUng SUSvspecttd ttl.a:t Lt. L
miore' 1ianuthe ;price ls. t;Is ;rri :a.!.
0,L Stiedterindto ti'-St higni Shv I,--
conrd aigl arr~aii:Zetlwatters so O tht
there vta*. ono room for hini at tattle. thut
she took hii'a itito a private rooirt the
tattlit.(if wti~lc V.Igraced tar a sti'ail-
Ing hkg tit Zl:tit~ull lie Set to in g" .-J
earnes.t. andti44..oll roll-ing w:19 left but
the tkint's.
lllghalydelighted %wItb his cbeap fe.ed.
on passtioug the liar tie tendered L' stil-
httuigw tot t.s diviner &id a quart 4tfatile
I !:v % Idow declined to. take atN~ pay-
m~ert onhthe ground of having I~nevu-
flhe'k-ovi'Cd fit) so much.
Cbiuckling iiibhmself, the farmer Lift-
od down !iis mitarket basket from a
hook. atid. tinAiJIg It rather light. he
tof* offth ie covering and shouted:
*11liore, Sire. 1Browo, where's my leg

Lvh. %e old silly.- sa,.d the widt-u.
-7* 1-avotc all your l(-g for your d*-nmier:"
I eridoar' Answers.

E4smonuirrlsmThrongh Park.
0An told (CambAtrtidge4.4fti it-d %f rnine *
tied ;,-tldkal of the %% j.dow of It to
werlthlov i 11 'ti 1.4 aitIa f.-wu'tr in th s ;:A!-.
ltl in N\..rtf.Ik !joit mtw y vvtld 101 t-I
too cltzircn W~he~iit44vr the presse-d tij'4li
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a~~ ~ C7AON~S TAUT DRA Cd_

i. : ~the teT-,evrcv of these (,I.
.":t ,r .to gvoiv %'torse anti worsa'.
al.Ad tveautu'Ai 0((!

e :'-"rt ;sleviate pa:in., 4 :etjg Ulf--
u-t tilt trouble S. S. So~. and no. ,: att-I
how a-parently hopw'esi %your corul::i
cvt n tl.,-r2' ,h -4.'*r cons~i-ativn has r(ya
do'tn it lniI irtii~g relief wh!7r. rnothir
k *-,-_1. i '7 the- rich., 'r.~1!4
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addl to. rather than relieve Your suffier-
ings. If y-our flei-ii dA't.; not he~1 reafizx'
w hen v 1ei e rct our tI'o(-A'.
isin U-ad con.Iition. andi any ordinary sore
is apt to become chronw.'
Send for our free book- and write out
physicians about your case. We make nc
cbarge for this Oseir~ice.

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A Happy and Prosperous Nw Yea


While the New Year is young, we desire to stop
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Patronage during the past year, and extend the hope
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- custom during the coming year, as well as that you,

who have never traded with us will decide to "try

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O.-,have v .: e without cost. 1?..- pcc of C..Ya ar0
& Sanborn's Br::,nd Coff"c a little
more than co o cofic. t costs twice
C---a'n5 .ITt as much to import. It is wortL ten times asv
dgmuch to usp. It is no mcrc 1. 1ra:nce; it is

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