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Title: The Ocala banner
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Title: The Ocala banner
Uniform Title: Ocala banner
Ocala banner (Ocala, Fla. 1883)
Alternate Title: Ocala daily banner
Daily banner
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 17, 1902
Frequency: weekly[]
weekly[ former aug. 25, 1883-dec. 28, 1888]
daily (except sun.)[ former dec. 30, 1888-]
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Subject: Newspapers -- Ocala (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
Newspapers -- Marion County (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
Genre: newspaper   ( marcgt )
Spatial Coverage: United States -- Florida -- Marion -- Ocala
Coordinates: 29.187778 x -82.130556 ( Place of Publication )
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Additional Physical Form: Also available on microfilm from University of Florida.
Dates or Sequential Designation: Vol. 17, no. 12 (Aug. 25, 1883)-
Numbering Peculiarities: Issues for 1884 later called new ser., v. 2.
General Note: Editors: T.W. Harris, F.E. Harris, C.L. Bittinger.
General Note: Publisher varies: Frank Harris & Frank Harris, Jr., <1913
General Note: Description based on: New ser., v. 2, no. 14 (Dec. 1, 1883).
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Volume ID: VID00623
Source Institution: University of Florida
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Resource Identifier: oclc - 18660476
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THE


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BANNER.


jie' ""Of I1he People. 1.)P the People alld 13VO lt-re Pe-olle.


()CALA.


FLORIDA. FRIDAY. JANUARY 17, 19<".


DOLLAR A YEAR.


FIVE YEARS OLD. OnJanuaryiv th, 1897,

. .*_ our little Bank was

,rn. For a lime Pierce's Pocket Memorandum Book

'ouhli h ivtv held our accounts. Now we use the latest im.

proved L
W' st lck to business, and business sticks to us.

?I1NROE & CHAMBLISS, Bankers.

Ocala, Florida.


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OUR MUNICIPAL CHANGES.


Hon. J. M. Barco Elected President of
the Hew Council.
A change of administration occurr-
ed in the affairs of the city at the
council chamberTuesday night,tbe old
council retiring and the new council;
being inducted into office,
The oath was adirlinistered in the
afternoon to Mayor Fishel by Judge
Robert Bullock, of the county probate
court, and last night Mayor Fishel
impressively administered same to the
newly elected councilmen.
After reading and approving the
minutes of council held January 7,
President Sitt announceI that the
term of" ofti e of the old counm.il hav
ing. expired. it wa-A int <,.:dr for then
to hianiiil over their ,thii'isl roie- to
their -.'l""-.-,r". ;tut -* "'U..
i fre r thi- >a- t<.le, howtev-r.
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I'r, -, 1trti:,l m aiiti-r iiI which hlie h:d ilrt,
-ideld luirint n'le rt-oluti!on was ti ralniiouslyI
wdipted.
I'resident S'-ott returned ili-, thanks
fo'r the pa3:4age of the ret-lutiou in a
very appropriate and touching man-
ner, and at its vonclusiou vacated the
hair.
Tht, new council then organized by
electing Hon. J. M. Barco president,
and Hou F. ('. Smith president pro
teln.
President Barco blushingly acknowl-
edged the comlnuliment conferred on
hinm and -aid that in the discharge of
his duties lie should rely largely upon
the help and kindly indulgence of the
liietiibersi, and hopl'd that they toutld
retire like their predecessors carrying'
tlie plaudets of the people ,*, "well
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Pension.
A tVexi'-aii wiar aveteili antl promi-,
tw'lt edhlor wriles: "S.'-,inl the ed-
Vert i-eiliteit of l'hatu i erl:-Aiti's t'eiic,
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for chill and fever.
This is a poor way to do businessato
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
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Movements in Real Estate.
Dr. 1-. '. Hood's half of the Union
Blek Ibuilding, whfieh has been ad-
vertised in the Ocala papers for the
past thirty days, found easy purchas-
ers. Messrs. C'. C. Rawls, of Mont-
brook, and Sheritfl Nugent, of this
city, taking advantage of what they
regarded as an extraordinary bargain.
The price paid is said to be $.,3(0. It
will be remembered that the other
half of tile block was sold sonie time
ago to Banker Munroe.
The buildings on Magnolia street
ocupied by Messrs. Mclver & McKay,
whoi, are building up a colossal trade,
was purchased by them, and they will
- 1n make t'tteil-i i mlprovelntii.ts
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THE!OCALk BANNERJANUARY 10, 19


Maeor Fishel*s Sesugral Address.
7e the rs the C-ty Couicil uf O.'!a. -*;
Gentlemen- With gr.At pride and
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city of o *al.
I tal..i t.,-fortu- toU thank %(u a
the r-ipr.-entative- of ,our ly;ial to0
Word.,-.:annit, expre-" htow grateful
feel for tihiw- h,'a,;,.
I shall n,w e-iter ulotn &tu-ine. di
ties and will -urgt-- u'h ws\a- ,sI
iuiean1 a: wil inI fiLy opinion ii tend t
promote and ul antain the bes-t inter
ets" of our ,'ity.
I have been ake-d at diltt-leut tilUl
whether .r not 1 favor municipal owi
erhip of piutlic utilitie-. I would s.,-y
to omine* extent, yes.
We twn our l-,'tri- light plant "et
vicev, acd it tiam. prtoven a payiug in.
vestment. 1 e.. j-o- reas u why 1
our putltic works .-hiou!d not be c,,"n
trolledi by the etyv.
I thank it wouid ,t a gro-at saving,
moniiy to the ta- lx-lvyer ini a very fe%
years if ,our city would own atid opel
ate the water works. Ve pay ou
Wiousands of dollars every year to th
corporation for water. If the owned and operated the plants w
could in a few years pay for them will
the protts arisingiover and above iu
SerEt and expense. They could be
self-sustaining. with a good sum fo
lther improvements for the city, and
we should be able to get light and
water at a very reasonable price. My
euggestion is as follows:
The water company collects from
the city in scrip 14,100 annually, wit
*tuimt at 7 per cent. We have t4
pay this amount under contract fo
thirteen years, with an option of fliv
years more, making eighteen years.
Eighteen times $4,1H i-. ............73,t
Interest on same at 7 per cent 5.lt

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IAtas amount we have to pay and
1till do nott own the water works.
My re'ommendatiou i% to tbuy the
watei works plant, take the $4,100 Iand
bond theo town and sell the bouid- at
lper rent interest. We can get st2,(tIA
at that price. The tax-payers wouhlt
act have to. pay a tent more taxes
Alan they are now pay) uIg..
T-e prutho to< the city comes out ol
0He earnings, and although I do no,)t
know how much the- water coupsnuy
Ate, in annually I do know it would
be a great saving if we would c,,mbiue
both planto-electric liacht and water
-and have one tupermntendent look
after both, and I know this can be
doue, and the tax paye a shouldd arise
ateoce and take this mater up.
We also should try to make our
Werip worth list cents on the dollar,
thereby saving .the city the extra 10
per cent that we have to pay if we
bay anything in the way of grain,
clothing or,drugs, or anything that we
sed fbr the city, besides the 8 per
w.t imtert that the serip bear. All
thUs could be done for less mone.v than
W are now paying,
The tax-payer are standing in their
*w. light if they do not urge this
move. Know there are parties here
who do not encourage this ponicy, s'.
*ey are making money by buying up
ae city scrip, but my recomme.de-
thou is. Ioiud the town aud geti rm ,,
this extra 13|per.cent that we are now
laying. Bonds would not 4'Jt ov-r 5
per otet, and our tily would hloom up
if everything were on a ca.h ba-is I1
would cost the tax-lpayers not as muc'b
taxes as they are now paying.
In regard to the fluauet'i of our city,
you no doubt have Meeu the statetmt-t


in the Star made by the finastie c vo
Mitt" atbouL salty daL~sag-0. We have
ahowu how evt-ry tiollar was t-xIwnii-
ad, and while we tiave paid "iot ato-'ut
32,101 tmort-.juiti te 1.551year Ae ie
soauet-tmim tgv fi tow tiof~r it. W iI i ve
exjqeud~td ai.~'ut *1 %% tu inliar jiurvla t-~
,if tireznaag', la. ieziin 111P.. W r v aI I*
built a md pU( ILI giH d 4'rdt'r tilit. t 'i;.i

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Sour e.it.
, He.alth oui t th- 'pri 'e o je
r of lei li-- ttltit .iy our city co' uncil. '
ru, t tr.- y to it' pro- :'iv in thi re :r-pect
cleaning up-r r the ru. i-lh, around ou
h ,-,-'-s and lots. It would not tie at
, jectiinable to ditch and drain azai
Spencer's ponti at as early a date a
-. po-sihle, as tow is the proper time t
.-do tbi-s.
l1 While we are still at work to tin,
. an ,utlet for draining Tayl ,r's pond
we are at the -ame tinim "killing tw
, bird, with ,'ne -totne" by takinti ,u
w and mining the lime rock to tie ut<-
r- WtI our streets. This, is the tst str---
it material we tan cr-t.
e I believe the sanitary work doute th
y IpaSt year has improved the health .4
e the city very much. At any ratoe ti
h physician~t of our ttumunity w<-re
. complmiuiug last summer for want o
e business.
r Our electric light plant is paying u
d a good per cent with its present capas'
d ity, but we could improve on the ser
y vice very much if our capacity wouk
be increased. This we must do if w<
a want to light our city and give the
h patrons satisfaction. Our present en.
o gine and boiler are used to their full
r eat capacity, and I therefore recomn
e mend that the new council take hold
of this matter and do what is in their
, judgment necessary.
6 Our tire department is- as near per-
feet as the expenditure of money will
6 permit. We have everything in first-
I cl, order, and every man and horst
acts like clock work in case of tire.
e We have had a number of fires the
I past year, but none were disastrous.
t aud every one wa-. promptly extiu-
) guished before any material d1aitinae
I was done.
t I rte.owmienid further, inasmuch as
the former council has bought a lor to
f e u- -d y colo'tred p t tery, we are jus-t as much in need of
to if 'or the poor white peojl-.. andt
therefore suggest that this be done at
once, as all the available space for in-
terments in the old cemetery is ex-
hausted and the poorer class of white
People cauuot afford to buy a lot at a
big price.
Let us encourage the locating of
factories in our city, as those
already with us have demonstrated
their warth to the busiue-s of the
town and the prosperity to all em-
ployed by them. To this end we
should hold out every legitimate in-
ducement,
All the foregoing suggestions are re-
spectfully ,utimitted to your honora-
ble body to deal with them as you, in
your best judgment, deem best iu pro-
moting the welfare of our city and
those most deeply interested in the-m.
M. FISHEL, Mayor.
She ODidn't Wear a Mask.
But her beauty was completc-ly hid-
den by sores, tilotche ad pimples till
she used Bu they vanished, as will all cruplioLus,
fever s and felous from i's use lufallible for
cuts, cornse, burns, scalds and piles.
t'ure guaranteed. At the Auti-
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Has& Faith in the Soil.
('tl. L..1P Nlilltrrlhas just had1 a
njuiatier (of labore-r-4toc arrive frtom
South I artium wh4' hotavet.'et-i'ia inhis
ci cmp-t'iijetit I hic e te wIi Year%.'. aia
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'i a i, irljlp.oi n tt f !eS. i taii;itli! hlt tti'ratu-
r de-r-, and thus. protect anld -iv thO
Slower gardens. which are a >ur't- of
t so i uch lr:Tde to it, 'it't/i-A, tbut wheti
the wintry bla .t- are heard in the
land, and the "Fr<,-t Kiia"'' kil'- tht
r gra..s, and the decayVinZ tautal,'!i, .
and watermelon rinds arre no longer a
menace to he-alth, the- knight of the
hlas.so, whip and ilrontih. is .-uruima-
rily dismtis.ed and the four-lIer.ed
miduikht rnarauLder ,f every ate anti
-ex i- allowed t rIara ou )r -treet- a*
will. andi a., there are no tertmp',.in
rindtl nor -ut' 'U eit ra-- iii the -tr-et-
,,n wlil, ti y ,a, -ati-;v ti..'r a .-
petite-. they natur;Ily tak- to tthe
lower tard.-n, al il yiil: ,y if net- itr -t-
atdI in a -tis le iii ti t the ,-ar.- ani I ,-
br o)f a whole year t- ,fte' i A--tr *y-,*
SV y '- that ?
Will the nmay-or or any niremier ,.
the ,'ity ,,oui-ill ai-w-r .
Yet every year thie -riie- thinti is re-
peareld.
It is the lovely tflwetr garlde us that
give to Q'uiucy, Tailahassee, Miami.
and other towns in Florida, the repu-
tation they enjoy for their exquisite
beauty, and we should try and imitate
them, but if in winter our garden-. are
left to ihe merey of estray cows, how
I can we hope to tbeocome anything more
than a waste and a wthlerne.. '
The register of this "kick" has tried
every sort of latch and every sort or
gate, but all to no purpose.
Like the young lover who -"laughs
at lockstmiths," the ()O'ala cow laugiih
at gates and latches.
Is it always to t'e thu .'
Why, alonuI down th. ea-t (oast that
is so attractive to the vettler and the
visitor, beautiful hya,.inthl anti hyii-.
cus hetlges take the tpla'e of fences and
there are no gates nor latches, and the
cow and the ho't have rcased t'o L '
reco ngztd as the beautifying and ,.iv-
ilizing forces arid are kept in tI lh- ,a.,.k-
grtou td pl ne<1t d in **n itnr'!,sur,.
If we are to have tne fragrant and
civilizing influences of shrubbery anti
flowers we must proceed t( Iimina!te
the cow.
A LivEK, o1 FL,\i ER-.



No External


Symptoms.
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The blood may be in bad condition,
Syet with no external signs, no skin
eruption or sores to indicate it. The
symptoms in such cases being a variable
appetite, poor digestion, an indescribable
weakness and nervousness. loss of flesh
and a general run-down condition of the
system-clearly showing the blood has
lost its nutritive qualities, has become thi
and watery. It is in just such cases that
S. S. S. has done some cf its quickest and
most effective work by building up the
blood and supplying the elements lacking
to make it strong and vigorous.
"My wife used sev-
eral bottles of S. S. S.
as a blood purifier and
to tone up a weak and
emaciated system, with
very marked effect by
way of improvement.
"We regard it a
great tonic and blood
purifier."-Y. F. Duur,
Princeton, Mo.


S Sis thegreatest of all
tonics, and you wili
find the appetite im-.
S S S proves at once, strength
returns, and nervousness vanishes as nev.
rich pure blood once more circulates
through all parts of the *-vstem.
S. S. S. is the only purely vegetable
blood purifier known. It contains no min-
erals whatever. Send f'.r our free book
on Nbl .d and skin di,.a es and write o':
physicians for any inform. i',n -r a!\ice
Wanted s No charge f,,r n.-.caLi..-*V.
TIE SWIFT SPECIFIC CO.. ATLANTA, GA.


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Strengthen a;i; tonet the stomach and
the wh'.,le dige.tive svtenm.


Florida Federal Appointments.
1'rtsitl.-nt Hl"'4 htito\lt -intltit It-,d-elav tic
th- -'s, :ive 'for t)intriwtnikn t of tho
f. Ilwinrl Hru'ira:tp antian- J.
N'. ri~~i~r I 1- t wr ltitt''rne'.
fo~r thn' -.iratwi' la-itriit -,: JttaI 1 oza
'liut ai(t a ) r,i. a i .'r i i-ii.riot:,
Johri V17' I rr.rn~iariizif -o)uf hennati dk-
tr :'t \.- '. I wi trl viie.c,, e o of1
'lu-tor'l-iiat l'trinpa w atL i.,. Ittol-
inson, ra:'tc If 1:611(t oflie, attG 5 a

('e1 .'-r of jcpuhio ntioueym at 4G tacinsvifle.

To Cure a Cold in One 03y


Take Laxative Brom,, Qultine Tab
lets, All druggists refund the toone,
if it fail, to cure. E. W. Grove's sig
nature is on each box. 2".5.

A Wrong Impression.
A number of newspapers are under
the impression that the < ,.'alA Banne
once failed as a daily. That is an er
ror. For several years the Ocala lBat
ner was lsued daily through the wint
ter season and for the winter -.n.or
only. It wa-: so announced at the ,e
ginrrunin and it fully lived out it-. noi-
-ion al. It now anonun,'es that it wil
he printed daily andt weekly :t! th.--.
year-'rount a'4t in its auti'ju- an)d
lonl-worn lexi,,con it has inot vytt rtin
a,-rot)-s s- 't ;i word' as ,"fail."

The Best Perscription for Malaria
'hills and fever is % bottle ,of
Srove'- r .-ti, o.- ( 'hill 'lt',ni i.s
'!tnply irt rl *t' 1 lituitiie in a t:-tele.ss
ft iun. No c'ur- no pay. Price 2'4'c.

Florida's New Capitol.
With inmpre.sive mason i, ceremon-
ies the corner stoLe of Florida's new
4tate house was laid T'Iue.sday after-
o,,.>. Hon W. B Ltnar, attorney
general delivered a masterly oration.
rhe new building will be a credit to)
the 'tate. Hon L'. M. Brown, of Oeala,
i one of the commission ap,,oiuted by
the 'Govenor to supervise the expendi-
ture of the .-2,7) appropriated by the
la.-t legislature.

At the Armory Tuesday Might.
Mr. W. Powell Hale, the youug iam-
:*ersonator, who so delightfully enter-
ained the state teachers' association
at their late meeting In Orala, as de-
ightfully entertained an audience
at the Armory TuesdAy night.
The entertainment was given for
be betnrtit of the Bipti#;t church of
his city.




his signature i4 o(n every box of the genuine
Laxative BromoQuinine Tablets
he remedy that ur-s t -s'i4Ai Im Meay

At the Opera House.
Hen nes.siey Leroyle appeared at 'the
pera hmuse Tust-,lay tight to a good i
zed aud;iece nla play entitled "Other
couple's Mtioney.v."
It was the t'e-t performance that
is bfel kiven illn (e i ia and the c'tn4l
nuous liiithtt-r a and ppliuse, wh|if.h
ihowt-ed ev rvy .et showed how ri '-10v
was enjy,. i,


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'rare, warm g ,owi, f.
fall and wittier ga -
lllv^ iiients. Thie i'rolf.
are utnt;i-'.dilly plea..-
[ irt)g, h, t t diti erer ?
fromn the 'olors ;.-
H dinariiy empnp'oy*
in goods of ih..-
Stharacter. For waits
Sr -kirts we havy-
iust the thing-all
flue, new, up-to-dJat-
j fbttries


Warmth Meansflealth.
If you wear one of these pretty jick
I ets--made in several
style. e-obreae- ea.
ed, with platiu or fur-
trimt n-t (ollars-you .
Will bt e'otufortable
phy-i,.ally aud men
tally. They are th-
garments that best -
suit the needs o)f the s
average woimani in
t'old weather, andt we'
have a <*A>mplete as-
sortnment of sizes for girt., muses and
Smatrons.


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Ilhk %kirtn.
-kirt" have* tifre to them
and are just as nice
a skirt as you could
S make from the best
silk. They are o'
a r, re grade of goods
with fait colors, and
woEnt pull to pieces
as you have found
uasn"eI .l k iskirrs do
THEY'LL HOLD
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The paper "Of the People, lor the People and bv the People.


OCALA,


FLORIDA, FRIDAY. JANUARY 1.' 19l


DOLLAR A YEAR.


ROYAL


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Makes Clean Breaed

With Royal Baking Powder there is no
mixing with the hands, no sweat ot the
!row. Perfect cleanliness. greatest facility,
w\eet, clean, healthtful food.


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TURPENTINE MEN IN OCALA.

Meeting of the Principal Operators
in the Ocala District.
The Ocala sub-association of the
turpentine operators of Florida held
an adjourned meeting in this city yes-
terday afternoon.
There were present D. A. Clark,
Martel; Walter Ray, Elliston; R. S.
Hall, Ocala; Thos. Hall, Belleview;
G. A. Petteway,Leroy; E. H. McNeal,
Montague; L. C. Bell, Fellowship: B.
R. Hinson, Rock Springs; R. B. Clark
Holder; J. B. Lucus, Daisy; J. W.
Crosby, Dunnellon: R.J. Knight,(Crys-
tal River.
The president, Mr. F. Lang, being
,ralle-d out town 11 Iu-iness the meet-
inui was pre-siltded over Iy tlie president,
tpro tern..r. D A. ('lark. Mr Petteway,
the etli-ntit ,-ci.rtary, was at hi-& [,,st.
I'w'' iew tiiit- il-rt were el- 'te-d Martin. ',f )-'-vy. ai,! N. M [)vi-, ft
.J t letter.


t thi pir-ent \<-'tr. u t--,tliru,'-cu ,d i! ,
t it' ul.-'ial ro'lttine pro,4 .ra1 ,arr'i-l ,it.
i Al il p'rti!t chi;.itge \Vt. W i.iale it
I the dat-e of th- r-'guNAlr monthly Vn1et-
Sit. Htereafter they will bhe held in
t )+.AIlal oi tht- seco lnd ln'tur-'day of each
l )month at II a. in.
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HENRY U. FLAGLER.

We hope Mr. Flagler's still larger
I gift to the Florida Agricultural college
will not give the politicians of the
state the "cold shivers."
We are in a position to know that
the gift has no political significance
and that the giver ha- no political
ambition to gratify.
By reason of being a member of the
board of trustees of the college which
'receives the benefit of the gift we
were appri-ed of it some days before
it reached the ears of the public and
know that it wa-again--t Mr. Flagler's
wi-hes that the -iift was made public' .
In 3) a'.re of the world have rich
I 1....' i i\en s'I l:tr ely ''f their riches-,
,, Iip i.,;,' i3n-t ,nt;oi'- ,tie uiterlir oip-
,, .,. ,. t i .'ir ft'i ,'tin'"' tri .e uplit'i'nt
t !t 14- t e .
1-. ';t 1i I*;t i- I ~ tilr -hiiP 1 ,ti-'-i -j
i lt ..t i,'- :in.ii n i.' t-r i i-I ttt ri,, ~- t"
i r-;trtl!Ilt : M r I: rk,.f, i -r. tll- Vat.der-
iilt.at;, Mr-. Sta:u'rd. *'.re fo,)unding
,.olleie.-s, andl >l-her rich, benevolent
mien ani WoiiieI are estatili-htung h,)osi-
tals, asylum-,. -anitariums, inlirmarie-.
and homees for the sick, indigent and
aged.
Mr. Flagler is usin4 his wealth in
the development of a tate along new
and original line- which we believe
will b, far reaching in their results.
We shall not undertake to say that
le is the be.-t friend Florida has ever
had, but we do say that ,our state has
never had a better friend, nor one as
able and willing to t o tier so luuchi
t It)Ld.
tHe this I.now but one more hwtel to)
tuil ;,o >!lpr'-te hi1 *'y--ten-one inl
Ja- k',nvil,-, whih w- bhtlive will
r lie i;tl I'ii li-tve i re ti devote
Y, :' !' i '.k. :t -t' f I'i t ora-t t~ 1

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Monthly Silver Tea.
Yesterday afternoon the ladies of
the Methodist church held their
monthly social at the elegant home of
Mrs. W. K. Zewadski, on Ft. King
avenue. The teas are very pleasant
affairs both socially and financially.
Light refreshments are served and
some contest is gotten up by the hos-
tess eaeh month for the amusement
and edification of the guests.
Yesterday afternoon Mrs. Zewadski
had a very interesting contest, en-
titled. "Cities Veiled in Rhyme."
There were fourteen of these ques-
tions. The following is a sample:
"An exelamation-I declare."
'A noted lily getting rare."
The answer to this one will be read-
ily seen, "Oeala."
nThe greate-t number were guessed
l.y Mrs. J. C. Porter anid Mrs James
Iawton, who cut for the, prize, a beau-
ittil i,,tio'Ue.t of hoit ii-,u.se :,ses Mr-.
l.; A It; i w ou the-iII.
\I" /-w'td-ll w:.- :-."-t.dt iii en-*
t.rt:r i nin l.-r '.Zl->t" t1' i ,r .sister.
M r-. (Carr:- I,, ''.
'lThe te-a w:t- in ,v,.ry way a 'tul rll!-.

You Know What You Are raking
When you take (Grove'. Tasteless
Chill Tonic, because the formula is
plainly printed on every bottle, show-
ingr that it is simply Iron and Qui-
nine In a ta.telems form. No cure, no
pay. .- Cold Weather.
The oldest inhabitant does not re-
member to have seen a winter in Flor-
ida having such a long continuous
siege of cold weather. We had fif-
teen continuous frosts in November;
perhaps more than that number in
December and have escaped only one
or two mornings in January. Tues-
day morning at six o'clock the ther-
mometer registered :.0 degrees and at
:in earlier hour musi.t have been even
l.,wer than that. It has been entirely
un nce..ssary for our farmers to put
their meats in 'hid storage. Owing
to thel continuation of the cold, and
thl -.;iclss conditifIon of vegetation,
Vf.ry l k, 1 da4;t1 tila e i.s r'e rted.
Maylvain itinon),it little darling is
-'uit- i'.ri, u'intoldl z,',.1y ;)'d ;l cantiot ex-
; .in it- tro:n, 1i,. M.-irk your child's-
-:;:!t'>n \<*. ,u i :tv t i ,d it troubled
with wori:-. iiV Wl te Creamn

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The American Guild.
Colonel H. D. 'anieron. of Misiss-
ippi, who organized the above named
association in this city somne months
ago, is here on a visit.
It is one of the most IIuri-hing
secret societies in the city and is gain-
inm in luenmbt-rsip very rapidly.
Following are thi- names ,rf the
filicers of the order:
.1J. F. Weter, governorr .
F. C. Bailey, Past (overnoir
J. M. Wi'liatson V,'e (;-verior.
J. F. Carlton, Secretary.
Mr. MN. 1-F rwin. Trreua-urer.
1E. H. Huntert'. 'Chaplai.
J. H. Nate'.'. M;irs;ttil.
t'. P. HI' vyes, Vati'h iniat.
I-rank DI)rs,-y, S.ntry.
l:,+le iui r 1i't't3linl are ii~l'i etA,'l
11,,t lt h l tile I',1ig, '1 thl' \\N ott)li ll'e
4if tht \oVrld.

."Points Relating to Bank Checks. Etc.
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".hwi a s +ail" tv il,' h w ,i'. -P..v. t .
W Whist Club 1 Ent.Grt ansi d.


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A t Tm ,,r 'iiw.,inmti Ttiv i- (ire'ssedct V ( V so tylisIh and
up t,, ,'at' ..t:.:rwis-. liut with ;a iad-fitting pair of

ic.- an ti(.-vtr inok pr'setntail,'%. iV, have shoes)of
.v-rv a siai:;tci andl styh. and we want people who are-
Ioi',lipett'nt to juil'r, a Iood shoe when they see it to
ratl at our stor. andl verify our statement. viz We
have the Bkst >he- in ()cala. at the prices we quote.
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Sholeso1-' 'nie. A few ,,li,-s uttered is a
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The sale of the Danish We.-t InWti'
Islands to the Inited states lhas tent
called off.
The export of lumber from the port
of Fernandina for the year l'1'l
amounted to S,o'4#t,,Nol feet.
Mr. W. H. 'leasait.s is again ;iAt-
the manager of the S-eaboardl Air Line.
railway. Very few'men in F'lorida
are more pIopular.
For thie planting o)f rice Florida
ouhit to bie able to give all the ,other
-tatt- odd. of two to one yet in Texas
there was orrani/zed last year twenty
rice companies with a capital of .*.-

Col. 0. T. (reen returned \Veitne--
day morning from Jaeksonville. The
Helen Wilmans-Post case ha- been
postponed until February 6. Mr.
Oreen is the leading counsel in this
oase which promises to be one of the
most celebrated in the annals of the
United States court in this state.
A hearty welcome to the Ocala
Daily Banner, when it cones forth
tomorrow-that solid old oak that has
stood giant fisted against tempest and
tire and freeze, and the shadows rested
briefly neathh its strong arms to,
scamper away at the dawn of another
day. That day came to Ocala and
the Ocala section. Long may she
wave-long may he her day.-Times-
Wnion and Citizen.
Ex-(;overnor Franklin .1. ,oses. of
South Carolina, was recently convict-
ed of stealing an overcoat and sen-
tenced to four months' imprisonment.
le is a son of ex.Chief Justice Mose-,
who was one of the most polished and
popular men of the Palmetto state.
The ex-Governor, himself, was a man
of brilliant promise, but became de-
bauched, and for some time has been
a degenerate. He was the governor of
South Carolina in the reconstruction
era. For many years past he lias
been reading In Boston, Mass., and
has several times been sentenced to
tlb chain gang in that city.
As Early Obituary letice.
Speaking of the article copied else-
where from the Leesburg Commer-
elal the Ocala Star has the following
to my:
Editor Joe Prattta vety level heahJt muan i
He kaows what he is talking altout lor he hadl
aaeiderabic expenea cesonme years ago along
adlaiar Kaem, and in more than convinced that
twoappet cannot live. or even eaxit where
there is barely patroage (for one.
It t r er eary for an obituary no-
ce but It is after all better to bave
one written in anteipaton than when
the long sleep ball have actually set
in, a"d when that time comes maybe
the other fellow will play corpee and
the umileasant duty may fall on us to
perform the dry tear shedding act.
We have large and varied experience
along that line and on all occasions
haveacquitted ourselves in a becoming
manner. But in the beginning of the
new year let's talk about something
les harrowing to one's neighborly
feelings.
















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i in ll -' ', t rI'u t't t le t i:si Tu! l anl
* a,*,*l..- etl :c.tv:atit''.- -. :;il'l l I'V the- ol l-
*I.I -ii'ee'J- eiate-rpri-'e of a lr ,-itit ii-.
4 tp'a!a i-. one of the it--t plalnnled alid
mioa-1t piturei-' ue .'ttie-- o4f file outlih.
In the c-enter i- the i,. ',li" -,iuare. a
well-kept stretchh ef ire--ii-ward, with
-liade tre-.e on every s-iile. Arounil tihe
square are locat-l tie- t atik-, hotels
andii iu.-ihet-'-- llcks. all haind-owe-
Tnodri -rn stru.itures of bri,'k andl late
:l:i,,-. Bey,,nd are tile hturc'hes and
oilither il.-tititioils.
Leading from the -ua;tre- ;ire liroaid
sutliuirian r avenue-s., with r-s of a-
.est i" trees, whose wide-.-preadini:
Ihrall'i-f( torinll : leafy C'anopy over'
roadway and ,-idewalk. ''he--- atven-
tit-n are lined witli l atltift';l l,,nt-e ,
wtl,-+ .pi<'ioi-. well -hadtli mid
lialldit u.- ,ly lai'l ,>ut gv:oUlld- luiakti a
c.latrnii, li-er-p--.1 't i v"
(0<-ala p,,.,e'-e-s, in a amarkeI tieeret.,
all ti- elelllentl ati aadvaltaeVa t-- ,f
the nioderni ietr'topolitani cointllunity,
an: in a general %ay is in adval.e ,of
most cities of muth greater -ize.
The city streets and suburlban aven-
ues are broad, well graded and pavedl
with lime rock, of which there are
large depo|sit-s in the vicinity. This
material is comparatively soft when
taken from the beds, but becomes
bard with use and makes a durable
and most excellent pavement. A bi-
cycle path has recently been made to
the celebrated Silver Springs, only tive
miles distant, giving a most delightful
spiu through weird and romnanti,' .,-en-
ery to this attractive place. ('yaVIle-
can, be hired at reasonable figure-;.
The O)cala Highlits (iolf ('lut
groin-ll-, tht,* nmolt picturt-ej'i, link-
in the state, are only fifteen tii iiintt-'
walk fror the hotel.
Ocala hlas a brn-s amnd of tweDty-
three pieces: the meite-mbers of which
wear a liandsoTue uniform. andt it is
justly regarded a.s the lt- tst mnu.ie.Al ,r-
ganization in the ,state.
The Silver Springs and Western
railroad has been completed between
O5ala and Silver Springs. This i- one
of the great attractions of Oalsa.
)cala has electric lights, toth are
and incandescent; gas for both light-
ing and heating purposes. Water
work,4 said to be one of the most com-
plete systems in the south, furnishing
an abundant supply for all purposes.
The city water has been sutbjected to
a critical examination by Dr. R. II.
Snowden, analytical chemist, who
pronounced it remarkably free from
all objectionable properties and thor-
oughly wholesome.
Ocala has also an opera house, an
ice factory, with a capacity for manu-
facturing 401,00( pounds daily, steam
laundry and unsurpassed railroad ac-
I commodation. Well equipped liv-
erie.
The city is the finanelal and buim-
nems center for the phosphate indus-
try. the interests here represented in
this connection being the meot ex-
tensive and valuable in the world.-
Ocala House Booklet, 19>12.
Another "Interview."
'The enterprising editor of the Jas-
per News does not intend to let the
Tampa Tribune have a monopoly of
the "interviewing business" so has
become a factor in that line himself
The result of his interview with
Hon. Frank Adams, may, perhaps, tbe
interesting to politi'iahs generally.
Here it is:
"The object of thle reporter's visit
being announced, Mr. Adams rteplid :
'No, it i a mistake. I have not an-
nounced that I would oi tlie 1st f'
January declare n1y intention as to
mily ca'li idalat'y for the it, -eatorship. I


hlavte told -pi' ltze rivilids whit,) were dt.-
s~nitmsiatea khi I wlie'tIlr I wciilel liTe
matter ecaiv.jatcforoiqpli tA'llolZII to iiVe
an :tua-v.er, that J an uary was' t itin'


with ?-IV ma-. l ~I ~., ':I, .
that I Ito '''a1 tic tlail ii a1.1 v''

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tPeleiering. hli- rV--i~rira;&tis'!i ak "oi11'-'1i1
b-, it'th= e I t,) 1,' ltiie' 11 I-e a
that titt ht~i. -i-t ikNiir th- 111,)t
active imeiner tof th.- t.tar!.I I'k
retai-v. [)aVid :-Z. Willi jutl- i1.1h!i'-i
vetitl Offthetile-'b.Akl-l 3!i'lI, I t I holi-', iAI
ju.tice 111t cAthy toI-)lii'- Ir!ell't, hitat')*
all t'tli,-iteit atee.Ia-t 1-Ta'la
-*-rve laint ali ftli'tia: 'aal'Ityi. -i-'vem1.1

:At ata iEt v eef4) cIr. F ,I a r r- i !i i'.iI I I
atid it W~a" titlilly left tit th' z,,,vtr!l-
in, bll hod r as was ti-' *Hith e-- tima'

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--tit *e10tht it v.. S'.Ilae rt Iiiv '\ #
%oi rk !sLlei,,etalc.*~n l-eii

it i..' it'tt gja at!1e lt v mrle-'tI''i. t 1.4 11

WI.iia fll. ief t tie-4-` 4f ) ur 0! n_- im
tie-- i en who hlre flit iitoer- 't:ia- (or-
gnu /Tlat i' )lwillI a- a [De 'to Ithe f 31141'
v*(Dlt inuth~' ie goodA work.
Mon. James E. Broome Talks a Little
Politics.
Hon. Janes E. Broqcuue, state- seuSa-
tor from Gadsden eiounty, was ill townI
Saturday. He i4 traveling for a large
hlat firmn and visit, this city regularly.
The --euiator Ali.-t-li at the Brtlwn
house, anad iiu rterenv" (4) athe p'litie'al
sitajati~m titi the ne%% third di-mtrit h i

"Therp ill I-e tI: rte rmill Iidate tit a
Iariuainrv ~wfam emre'-iinrroi:i t jat
1 1 ~dra'La~tttiar. of TtI a~~o.and
l'srkhill Anid Beirde 4), VP.ita I.I
i-s hared t.) dettte-irnhiitiwhicha will; It'
the 'I rotger canAditlate-'tit file t hr#-#c.
It appears that thcrkeis-' uimou iehtt 4f a
diviio VSof olt Oit)P t) 'tin thisa q'juet'i t'l
even among the Taliaha-s.-.-' toit iaian,-
who, have he*ui tog-tlit-ir ha-'retaaf'r(e calso
every ;ateIhicv tjia-I eaim.
tin referring to the t'ave 611-'I'l1 n dcc
States seniato)r he expart-ssead the )apiti-
ioan that either Sparkman 'it Adamus
woul'! runl agaius!t -riator Mallory.
He felt that it would tie doing the
state an Injury for rigressinan Spark-
muan to withdraw- fromt tho- house
when he wai in a position tot dot)so
nuueb for his peci-ple there. Ile- thought


that it would
ears for him
prominence in
ville Sun.


reelquire Iia number of
to obtain the same
the senate."--Gaines-


N. Jackson, hDaville, Ill., writes:
"My Daughter had a severe attack of
la grippe and a terrible cough settled
on her lungs. We tried a great many
remedies without giving relief. She
tried Foley's Honey and Tar which
cured her. tShe has never been
troubled with a cough sinve." Anti-
Monopoly Drug Store- mn


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SEWING MACHINE
Do not be deceived lay those who ad-
vertise a $60.0)0 Seuwing Machine for
$20.0). This kind of a machine can
be bought from us or any of our
deah'rs froni $l5.".)to $1S.00.
WE MAKE A VARIETY.
THE NEW HOME IS THE BEST.
The Feed detcrytaiics the strength or
waktness of SNtwiln. MNachilnes. The
Double Feedd combinimld with other
strong points mitiakes the %NeW 1one
the ,e-'st Se-wing Mavhiine to buy.
sholwin tho dir'
Writ for CIRCULARS S "i
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THE NEW HOME SEWING MACHINE GO.
ORANGE. MASS.

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LARGEST STOCK-LOWEST PRICES

Hubbdrd & Macduff, ocala, Fla.


J. F. EDWARDS'

BIG WHISKEY HOUSE,

Gainesville and Ocala. Fla.


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My ;.Io 2.. v Mt new Corn .
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The Jug and Keg Trade Made a Special Feature.
In sending your orde-s always %end enough to cover the ccst of jugs Half-gtallon ui"s. I.
-gallon ,ug. 15c.2-gallon jug. 2;-, 3-gallon;ug. .c, kegs,S1.
I fell more whiskey and better whiskey than any house in Plorida.because I give good, ha
est goods and full measure,
A trialorder wilt convince you that"we ar- the people." Termscash with theorder.
Yours.a.nxos.to oleae. J. F. EDW ARDS.
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COMMERCIAL BANK. OCALA.


[Branch of Commereial Bank. Jacksonville.'

CAPITAL 850,000

Accounts of Firms, Corporations and individual Solicited.
Prompt Attention to all Business Entrusted to our Care.
Exchange Bought and Sold.

INTEREST PAID ON TIME DEPOSITS






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thu 'r- ai tt iai4ilII1 f t Ii a.. ity,

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Meeting of the Grand Lodge.


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W. It Fim-l.ty nod Ei*. lW. Di)vir.. will
go :1-.; le at~4from Oil-t1,- oitre- III ti s
c'ity. Mr. J. F. **.I ial Iii zi Il-
401). i-i lept-yjb IvrmIfidm 4-tii'ter and a -z
S~uch xvihllattt'id. NMr. '1*. tC. lixil ''will
go 24.4aa lele-azite (reanithe- I1.llt''iew-

atiii 'Mr. (*. iY. Mi :j. fr'iiii Le I','.
It coft's t*41at t Ie -:tyiingIthat t hey 'wsi I t Ill
hai' S oi2amI tilije.

Tot Causes Night Alarm.

tmkrn with eriilia write% MNir- .1. (
Suijulmr. Il"4 (tittenotai, Ky..a"it seemeiitd
it would .1-trm iwvlo -e4 r-a"-,- 4.4,111di *t.t
a Iiioltm m1,-it %**Ia'am' t vit Dr. KN t' Nt.\-'a
IDi-voa.,ery. hich av~se aquick re~lieafa
antid jwrnionfeiitly cuivii e it. "W~e al.U
wsv!%L-011 tajtitll tl- it# tI'ilist tm Inotllt
astir cliililrett ficiiii 4raoaj' t 'aswhoo'p-
in~t'iccugh. It curerd nie of a cshremli&o
Ioroonchisi troublmitthat To 4ut her reni-
ed'sawouldjbj elie-v,aaaa In xlifitlle f ir
..nughiiv, eold-'. throat andll un~tig trmble.
an~a arid1. Iriatl Uotmltt s Irt-vat the
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Still in Litigation.
MaaRa.a.BI. Ba tulii)4k aid 4'. IL. Sis-
trunk, proinine-it! atirtlevieor Thia.
eity. have' returtl r oil til'ni lmps
hle-te they' have hb ir -iuir'l :i At
twfairte .1mIlee NN a tll mr tli.' Slavetit 'sir.
('hit. The vw aso ktiix a af 1.- P. More-


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It .tiH ;-idvanlccs. Good heavy
chargo_-s(.fScott~s Emulsien
will -top dihc adva-ncc. The
disc, -ic c.u .that.
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FlavI.'r reetbgWn ig the e iji4l- (of the
Il..rid's Agrieulturid (ol.1!.. wript. tip
the- gore-side-1i; of' (ht board or tru!-teii-',
tei,41.-rillg IF10,40W1sfo-r the lpurlo'.e 'f)r

so- mat.!.- nditiouial that the Icegi%-
blaure appr4)priatt a suitable an1)uInti
1w it"m equipment.
The legislature. unatiz imously passed
a coneurreut rE~o-*Piout6 aptprotrHating
12MAA for the jurpose of equipment,
is responlie toro the spirit of the donsa-
Mion. The zeal zand unanimity that
ibe proposed resolution met with em-
pba#4ia-d the good faith and sincere
purpose of the legislature to carry
*at the provision-4 of the generous
offer.
%% hen the approtopriation becatne
available uandera thk ~re-;olutioti, Mr.

rft iiUisiita1 i conthle trewtsury 1depart-
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ltuird, had reites -httoe legilkt rrorii,
mwithtey regret that thre-4olleg iOn.u

t-, liet loIlid.; determ ination tU0bthe-
tuliv. and liii-.letaor he asuthon finer
areidwo-tetsubstaw ntil hiausnetj4itl
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IN THE HIOTELCORRIDORS.

T. L. ]:I I, h ui4o1D.A. Findiay..on,

and Spii L. Carter,, of GIainesville.
state':' attorntvy for thik eitcuit, dined
at the E"Ala Hiousv yo-Aterday. They
hanve 1.-eu atezdiug "ouurt at Brook4-
Viill- Anid 3!'e o-11route bomne.

Latt- ,irrivall-= yesterday at the Mion-
tezunia inviude J. A. Enslow, Jr., St.
Augustiop: W. T. Wright, Albion,
Mich.; %. PH. Toph, ceity; J. W. Cros-
by, Dunnellon : W. L. Gable, Lake
Corno and L..-N. Cres.iiy, New Or-
lean-.

Capt. John L. Inglis ifr Port Inglis-,
bi at the Ocala Hous. Among other
arrival- ye."t.rday wer'- .1. N. Hlayden,.

E.' Wau.twj)and I.B. %Iallarof, Jao-k-
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rivals at thiz, hotel ye!.terdav. 3Mr.
Joj hwl f ilI-, Iinter"-tcd41in! oil landcI- 11.11
is on1 a po b-it et it)g trip.


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Oranges require 8 to o per cent. of

Actual Potash.
The value of Pota'h for oranges
is an established fact. We have
some interesting pamphlets on
orange growing, vwhitih we send
free to all applicants.
GERMAN KALI WORKS,
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1407 ICL CF APPf ICATION FOR TAX Hvt'l.lt- it, a no.tary public, ill Indl ftir sai4
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THE OCALA BANNER .J1AUARY 17. 1901.





lga Genuine Columbia liver Salmon
.-- -'Aa"ys Reiable.

"W- Want You To Be Satisfied
And we are determined that you shall be, if good

Il goods at living prices will do it. We believe in
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- consumption. Compare our goods and prices side
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--- by side, having the goods in front of you, and we
- will abide your decision, feeling sure we will get your
- business. Besides handling the choicest goods that
come to this or any other market 4 .

WE ARE SELLING AGENTS
a For KING AN & COS "OLD RELIABLE" HAMS,
CHASE & SANBORN FAMOUS COFFEES AND TEAS _
ROYAL SC]ILT NED FRUITS AND VEGETABLES,
-- ANDREW ," & CO'S KREMO AND TOILET SOAPS, _
d FAIRBANK & COS GOLDEN COTTOLENE,
STETLE 'S TEAS, BASTINE'S EXTRACT, .
W- BAT,T,.ARD'S "OBELISK" FLOUR
d- ARMOUR & CO'S FERTILIZERS, _
SIn aldition w'e haindlu e full !nd complete
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Sg Seed Irisli Pott(tats, and Bright ('otton Seed
Meal. rite or all on us.

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