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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 24, 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 )
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Spatial Coverage: United States -- Florida -- Marion -- Ocala
Coordinates: 29.187778 x -82.130556 ( Place of Publication )
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Additional Physical Form: Also available on microfilm from University of Florida.
Dates or Sequential Designation: Vol. 17, no. 12 (Aug. 25, 1883)-
Numbering Peculiarities: Issues for 1884 later called new ser., v. 2.
General Note: Editors: T.W. Harris, F.E. Harris, C.L. Bittinger.
General Note: Publisher varies: Frank Harris & Frank Harris, Jr., <1913
General Note: Description based on: New ser., v. 2, no. 14 (Dec. 1, 1883).
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THE


BANNER.


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

EfTABISInED 1866. OCALA, FLORIDA, FRIDAY. JANUARY 24. 1902. DOLLAR A YEAR


MoT: r: THIs PAPER WILL NoT
&AWN AT TRE FEKT OF THE MA2NIWHO
MASn SUDDENLY AND WITrOUT MERIT
aaCKD TMI TOP OF THnE R IL; OR
WILL IT KICK THE MAN WHO IS OOING
DOWs IT.

eag arIAWBIW ZABSS. oldM Now.

Why capot Olsa have a Carnegie
Uafmry? ___
William Douglass, of Shady Grove,
was in town Monday.
Mm George McDonald of Canada is
the guest of Mrs. C. L. Gamsby.
M. L. Payne, a leading agricultural-
,ut of Fairfield, was in town Monday.
Dr. S. II. Wlitch, of Blitchton, was a
prominent visitor to the city yester-
-,ay.
F1x-4overnor and Mrs. Mitchell are
*oth quite sick at their home in
hampa.
C(lta. E. AtIon is in F"rmandina
-uglerint-ending the loading of a cargo
4f phosphate.
Mss Lindmiy, of Dunnellon, is in
the city, the guest of her sister, Mrs.
(J. Wake Wells.
Mr. and, Mrs. Henry Stevens, of
High Htprings, spent Sunday in Ocala,
with Mr. Mtevens' parents.
C. U. Foulka, of Maitland, has ac-
.pited a position with the Ocala
Fonmdry and Machine Works.
Mm Ed. Carmtchael has been quite
il for three weeks but under the skill-
fal treatment of Dr. Izsar is much bet-
ter.
Mr. William P. Haisley, who has
been confined to his home for the past
day or two is able to be on the streets
again.
Robert's Chill Tonic cures fevers,
hills and malaria. It destroys the
germ. We guarntee it. Price 2'5cts..
Wmi. AndIermo.
M r-. ti';* ttlie-1,. fof ('in'ci (ati, (lOhio,
arrived in h-alat Sunlday and will
tqwtnd thel winter with her diuilghter,
Mr-, Mauri-ce' trauiis-.
Mr-.. t. 1. Plerdut returned ye -ter
day fro L.ake ('ity where 'she had
Le' e -ndutng a fe'w day-v with her
.re-nt.d, Mr. '. \'. Waullh.
1. Bi-lh nentative iof the Singer Sewing Ma-
.hin:e ('onlpany. with headquarters at
)uannellon, was in town yesterday.
Th7e infant .child of Mr. and Mrs. J.
A 4irunlle- of Dumnellon, died at
that place Saiurday afternoon and the
body was taken to Anthony for burial.
C. W. (Clas, of the firm of H. F.
Dutton and Co, of (Jaineville, promi-
seat bankers and operators In phos-
phate and cotton, was In town Satur-
day.
W. D. Alford, of Irvine, engaged in
he manufacture of crates, was in the
oity Saturdayy and made a good report
of the condition of things in his sec-
Uoo.
T. H. Mitchell, who has been liv-
tg in Oeala for the past eix month
in the William Fox residence on Ock-
kIwaba avenue, has moved to Havan-
*h.
A. P. Malloy, a large turpentine
operator of PaaaofTkee, and also in-
sren.ted in orange growing in Citrus
and kDeoto counties, was in town
Monday.
C('ouatrh aud coldds come united, but
you can quickly get rid of them with
a few d*,4-s of Ballard's, Horehound
at3ru,. P'ri'e *3 and .5 reeut.s. Anti-
Nonopolly l)rue .store. iu


%r t(..orart 04,,4e~. inttend 4of plant.t
''c1Z et-ev1iaIlUnl~ret4U1a4d fifty bUSI~el-4
op! Irish Icotat-ot-.-li". reevived a fresh
a: riv al acitl will iiaerea'elhis jlautiiag

ki. uizent- Doiter, of tlai= city, has
t-v~% tiq the a JOIN t iitiiieut 'ef as~istant.
I aitchi 'ist kv-*I-vTt F t ernandina. lit
%iall 6ime 9r starti*v for that -ity to :as-
-ali11s t~ieb ativ.-4 ''t l nWW jsc)Itll)1.
L N. li~uvtt lft NI'milav afternoo'cla
!,,rI Hait..e ao- eIwwill t-re,-t fil the
s.4% ii.,v Pho.jshautt (Compnjay a large
,4-' .'jant. 1'i-ki-4 ilt th onpalsay ill
% l.i.Is W. % 1. K-A... of Ft. White, i-4


Ali..s aI,,. a' a itte of exposAure
ar, .jt-,... to rill ufintisia, ne-urAlgia
.4.a41 nial uas. ll ftlia'cl :t aluahihe
re 'c i la ~l B412rd *- l'ca linint lit;
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Ilaalaait s iti mIs I Ps.11 w. an-5' .-n


The Bt. Augustine Tatler Is again
on our table. It is a most excellent
publication, considered from all
points of view,
The play to be given by the Ocala
Rifles to take place on the night of
February 14, instead of February 229
as heretofore announced.
malarial poison, chilld and fever are
positively cured by using Robert's
Chill Tonic. 25cts, your money back
If it fails. Wm. Anderson. t
Miss Emma Smith and her mother,
who have been spending the summer
and fall in Texas, are the guests of
Mrs. W. K. Zewadski for a short
while.
Miss Polly Williams came down
Friday afternoon from Orange Lake,
where she is teaching school, to visit
her grandmother. Sheireturned Sun-
day.
E. D. Lukenbill is on trial at Fer-
nandina, charged with embezzling
funds of the Seaboard Air Line rail-
way. He is being defended by Major
Alex. St. Clair-Abrams.
Mr. A. S. Anderson of Holder came
up Saturday and was accompanied
by his friend J. C. Crellin of the Isle
of Man, England. They were regis-
tered at the Ocala House.
Judge Z. T. Taylor, of Standard,
well known in Ocala, died Tuesday.
He was a direct descendant of Gen-
eral Zachary Taylor, and, in all re-
spects, an excellent citizen.
Mr. Jno. W. R. Steele, formerly a
citizen of this city, but who has been
living in Brooksville for some years
past, died at his home at that place
Wednesday. He was at one time a
compositor in this office.
If troubled with a weak digestion,
belching, sour stomach, or if you feel
dull after eating, try Chamberlain's
Stomach and Liver Tablets. Price 25
cens. Samples free at Anti-NMonopo-
ly 1 t ru Store. in
Mi and Mrs Thomlas H. White
arrived at the Ocala Tuesday. Mr.
White is a well known visitor and has
extensive interests in this section. He
is one of the most lrominelt capital.-
ist., of (level and.
You should know that Folety'".
Honey and Tar Is ailsolutely the best
ior all diseases o,f the- throat and
iungs. Dealers are authorized to
guarantee it to give satisfaction.
Anti-Monopoly Drug Store. InI
Herbert Anderson's railroad begait
Tuesday the operation of its regular
winter schedule, making the first trip
to meet the Okahumpkee. Trains
will leave Ocala 9 a. m. and -2 p. m.
daily, returning leave Silver Springs
1 p. m. and 4 p. m.
Mrs. Thomas Sexton and children,
and her guest, Mrs. Miller, of Indi-
ana. are at the Early Bird mines on a
short visit to Mr. Sexton, who has
general supervision of the various im-
portant and extensive mining opera-
tions of Ford and Hiller.
Dr. William C. Wallace, of Gaines-
ville, died on the 16th inst. He mar-
ried Miss Dora Taylor, (sister of chief
justice Taylor), near this city in the
early seventies, and has a great many
relatives and friends in this county
who will deeply regret to hear of his
death.
Mr. E. M. Howard left early Sun-
day morning to join Mrs. Howard,
who was summoned to be with


C. Y. Miller, ex-newspaper man and
bridge contractor, now a successful
farmer near Leroy, was among the
visitors here Monday, leaving on the
night train for Jacksonville, to attend
the session of the grand lodge.
Mr. Robert Sinclair left Friday for
Mobile, Ala., to take a position with
R. Y Mallet & Co., the positlor, for-
merly held by his brother, Mr. Earnest
Sinclair, *ho has gone to Yucatan to
open a branch house for the same
firm.
Ben Rheinauer left Sunday for
New York. He went to attend the
marriage of his neice, Miss Frances
Rheinauer, who spent the winter in
Ocala several years ago. Mr. Rhei-
nauer will be gone two weeks and
will purchase his spring goods during
his absence.
The worst after effects of influenza
arise from deranged functions of the
Itver. Clear the blood at once with
Herbine, for it will strengthen the
liver to withdraw from circulation
the biliary p oisons. Price 50 cents.
Anti-Monopoly Drug Store. m
Mr. B. J. Simmons, whose postoffice
is Micanopy, was in town Monday
and, as has been his custom for many
years, renewed his subscription to this
paper. He gives a good report of the
condition of things in his neighbor-
hood. Orange trees and lettuce were
only slightly damaged.
Col. Nicholas Barco, of Crystal
River, was numbered among the vis-
itors to Ocala Monday. He inscrib-
ed his name on the subscription list
of the Ocala Banner, and is our
first out-of-town subsriber. We hope
we shall have many to follow his ex-
ample.
Mr. W. E. Martin of Moss Bluff, was
in town Monday on his way to Jack-
sonville. He reports everything in a
flourishing condition in hiq neigh bor-
hood ; says the health is good; the far-
mners have made more "hog and hotim-
iny" than in many years and they all
enjoy reading the Ocala Banner.
Many an ilsnnocent little darling is
,ufl'trin g untold agfoy and cannot ex-
plain its trouble. Mark your child's
svynaptoms, you may find it troubled
with worms; give it White Cream
Verimifuge andire.-tore it to quietness
and health. Price .5 cents. Anti-
Monopoly Drug Store. nt
Contrary to the original supposition
dining cars will not be placed on this
division of the Plant System and the
passengers oi both the north and
south bound day trains will take
dinner at the Ocala House and have
an opportunity to catch a glimpse of
the "Brick City."
The rumor of the sale of the lot in
the rear of the Montezuma hotel does
not appear to be well founded. Mr.
Galloway, the owner, says that it is a
little odd that he has not been con-
suited about it and thinks, if true, he
would have known a little something
about the transaction.
Mr. J. M. Blitch, of Blitchton, was
in Ocala Monday. He came in to pay
his taxes and newspaper dues. He
says last year his taxes were $14.66.
This year they are $18.20 on identical-
ly the same property. He wants to
know what is the matter. He says
there is a quite a good deal of sickness
in his neighborhood, and among the
number Mrs. Billy Blitch continues
quite sick.


Iher mother, Mrs. Harriet Badger, who .a grippe coughs often continue for
it is feared, is at the point of death. months and sometimes lead to fatal
Mrs. Badger is one of our oldest resi- results after the patient is supposed
dents and has many friends and rela- to have pleased the danger point.
tives ill this eouuty. Foley's Honey and Tar atfords posi-
Col. (i. C. Martin, th Brooksville tive protection and security from
attorney, who gained lasting renown these coughs. Anti-Monopoly Drug
by his able u llt*agomnt-nit of Gr(overnor Store. ni
Jennizs campaign lIefore the state A very prominent arrival early Sat-
den.,:.-ratic convention list year, is at urday morning at the Oeala House
the O'ala House. lie is here on ilusi- wa Mr. E. (Gleichman, of Hamburg,
ness before the I'. S Court. Germany. Mr. E. Gleichman is one
A fleeting of thle tto-.khllders of of the most prominent phosphate men
the Manmtee Leninon Company will in Europe and is the German corres-
Ihe held at the Ocala House Tuesday, pondent and representative of Ford
Fel-. 4, at 14' a. in., for the purpose of and Hiller of this city. This is not
electing a board of directors for the his first visit to Ocala and he has
ensuing year, to consider the purchase here many personal and business ac-
of additional lalds an-' for such other quaintances who are delighted to
business as may properly come before again welcome him.
the meeting.
the ____eeti_ Mr. Joel Smith, of Monticello, for-
The (O'ala ltunner, oin* of the in- merly editor and owner of the Con-
de.-truetnltle granite maleposts along stitution in that city, was arrested at
the great road that has twisted and his father's home in Georgia, for us-
turned in the destinies of Florida ing the United States mails fraudently,
silIce IS.',; a nmile-lpot, the fnluer- taken to Jacksonville, waived a pr-.
I'oard of which pointed from the stage liminary examination, gave a $1,000


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Mr. Charles T. Sowden who has been
living in Ocala for a number of years,
and who for the past few years has
been with the Ocala Foundry and Ma-
chine Shops, has 'severed his connec-
tion with the same, and left a few days
ago for Fernandina, where he
has accepted a position with the Sea-
board Air Line Machine Shops. Mr.
Souden is a model young man and we
regret to lose him from our midst.
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. mI
Robert Taylor, soliciting freight
agent of the Plant System, in speak-
ing of the increased volume
of business of his road stated that
they had just put in commission 1750
of the finest refrigerator freight cars
in the United states. These cars will


be largely used for the shipments of
emaning oranges (estimated at 100,0(00
boxes! and for the early fruit, vegeta-
Ides and watermelons. Mr. Taylor
dined at the Ocala House and left in
the afternoon for Eustis.
Frank Treadwell, Bennett, la., was
troubled with kidney disease for two
years. He writes: "I had taken sev-
eral kinds of kidney remedies, but
with little benefit. Finally I tried
Foley's Kidney Cure and a one dol-
lar bottle cured me." Anti-Monopoly
Drug Store. m
The steamer Okahumpkee, having
been put in thorough condition, start-
ed from Palatka for Silver Springs
Monday. It is her first trip for the
season. The Oakhumpkee is one of
the old Ocklawaha river boats and
ante-dates any of the railways to this
section. In the early settlement of
this portion of Florida, all freights for
Ocala, Adamsville, Sumterville and
Brooksville, were shipped up the Ock-
lawaha river to Silver Springs and
Ocala was a mere adjunct to the town
of Silver Springs.
W. L. Yancy. Paducah, Ky., writes:
"I had a severe case of kidney dis-
ease, and three of the best physicians


in southern Kentucky treated me
without success. I was induced to
try Foley's Kidney Cure. The first
bottle gave immediate relief and three
bottles cured me permanently." Take
no substitute. Adtt-Monopoly Drug
Store. m
There were a goodly number of
phosphate men in the city Satur-
day. In the number were W. M.
Hoss of Fort;White, Jno L. Inglis of
l'ort Inglis. and W. N. Camp of
Albion. Mr. Anderson of the Butten-
bach Co was here Fridlay. Tlihe--
gentlenen with these previously men-
tioned represent the most extensive
phosphate mining interest in +Florida,
if not in the world. They were re-
gistered at the Ocala. It does not ap-
pear that their presence here indicates
any special design but merely a some-
what striking .eani'idene.-.
A Prominent Chicago Woman Speaks
Prof. Roxa Taylor, of Chicago, vice-
psekidedt Illinois Woman's Alliance,
in speaking of Chamberlain's Cough
Remedy, says: "I suffered with a
severe cold this winter winter which
threatened to run into pneumonia. I
tried different remedies but I seemed
to grow worse and the medicine UDp-


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TO THE PUBLIC.

We !understand someone is trying
to imitate our

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for chill and fever.
This is a poor way to do businesseto
say the least of it.
When you try to imitate lanotber
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

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for chill and fever, and accept no sub-
stitute. Yours respect fully,
MONTIC'LIO ri ',T. (Co.,
Monitcelh., Florida.
For sale in OPala by-
The Postoffiee Drug Store,
Anti-Monopoly Drug Store,
Wm. Andersen's Drug Store.


OCALA


FURNITURE

COMPANY.
Morthwast Corner Public Square.


Furniture
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Undertaking


GET OUR PRICES.


Phone 10


E. C. SMITM


ROLLS FROM Only the beat
OUR OVEN material goes
into the oven and
only the
BEST BREAD
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 Brrad, etc., can be more
satisfactorily filled by

BENUS' BAKERY
than by any other bakery In town.


TAKE


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Ocala Florida.

Part of the Putnam House at Pal-
aSa wa1 destroyed by fire several
desago.
Valdosta had a big blaze on Mon-
day. The low is estimated to have
he.. 13,000.
Maj. Bet and Hon. M. L. Payne
rqupreted the Fairfield district in
Oeasis yesterday.
IK-Preadet Grover Cleveland and
Ikily were expected to visit Palm
aena this winter.
The engagement of Miss Josephine
Ealman and Signor Marconi, of wire-
Im telegraphy fame, has been broke

The lumber men are coming south.
They will visit 'Tampa where they
wll be gives a reception and a big
time.
The slthmian canal commission
unanimoumly favor the Panama route
for tbecanal. Any route will suit us
so we get the canal.
Robert's Chill Toni., cures. It re-i
%i res health and appetite. Try it.
2kta Your moecy back if it fails.
Wm. Anderson. I

Thieves in Jacksonville entered the
residenoeof A. K. Taylor, the Metrop-
e.l cartoonist, and succeeded in re-
lieving him of all of his spare cash
and other articles of value.
Florida ranks first in the manufac-
tureof Havana cigars, second in the
growing of oranges, and third in the
production of sugar. 8he will soon
rank first in the production of oranges
and all other citrus fruits. And she
ought to be somewhere near the top
in the production of turpentine, lum-
ber and naval stores.
Forcible Facts.
One-sixth of the deaths from disease
aredue to consumption. Ninety-eight
per cent. of all those who have used
Dr. Pierce's Golden Medical Discovery
tor "weak lungs," have been perfectly
and permanently cured. Cornelius
McCawley, of Leechburg, Armstrong
(o.. Pa.,had in all eighty-one hemor-
rhages. He says: "My doctor did all
he could for me but could not stop the
hemorrhages, and all wave me up to
die with consumption." What doe-
tors could notdo"Golden Medical Dis-
covery" did. It stopped the hemor-
rhages and cured the cause. This is
onecaseoutot thousands. Investigate
the fact. Free. Dr. Pierce's great
work, The People's Common Sense
Medical Adviser ie sent free on receipt
of stamps to pay cost of mailingonly.
Send 21 one-cent stamps for paper
covered book, or ::1 stamps for cloth
binding. Address Dr. R.V. Pierce.
Buffal '. N.Y.
Robert E. Lee.

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Dr. 6. Goldsteia and Dr. Steinield ar
now at the Ocala H-se.
Dr. G. Goldstein, the celebrated op
tic specialist of Lauisville, Ky., is ii
the city and for a few days will be
found at the Ocala House. He hasa
national reputation as an eye special
ist and has been called to all parts o
the UTnited states.
Dr. Goldstein hba with him another
noted optic specialist in the person of
Dr. Steinfleld; whose reputation ex.
tends throughout the country. These
two specialists have been stopping for
a few days at the principal towns In
the state and have the endorsement of
a great many people of Florida who
have been treated by them. Those
who are having trouble with their
eyes are advised to call upon these
gentlemen. They will willingly ex
amine your eyes and can treat skill-
fully any kind of fault of the sight.

Methodist Entertainment
Don't forget the "measuring party"
to be given at the armory tonight for
the benefit of the Methodist church.
A pleasant evening is assured to all
who come. Refreshments will be
served, and there will he an interest.
ing feelingg and smelling" contest.
There will be a candy booth, a
novelty booth, and various other
booths which will be presided over by
the young ladies.
One of the principal features will
be the splendid musical program.
Let everybody come ana spend a
pleasant evening.
*-A Measuring Party" is given to you,
"Tis something g novel as well as new;
We send to you this little sack
For use in bringing or sending back
Five cents for every foot you're tall.
Measure yourself on door or wall.
An extra cent for each inch give.
And thereby show how high you lit .
Some light refreshments we'll give
you with pleasure.
When we meet, one and all. at our
Party of Measure.
Will Meet In Ocala.
Headquarters 2nd4 Brigade Florida )
Division U. V.
Fernandina, Fla., January 21, li2. )
The Brigadier General announces the
first Annual Encampmnent of the 2nd
Brigade of the Florida Division at
Ocala, Fla., Friday and Saturday,
February 21 and 22 1902. Each camp
in the Brigade i4 entitled to on del-
egate for every twenty members in
good standing, and one additional for
every fraction of tell mntlmlers, pro-
vided that every camp in good stand-
ing shall be entitled to at least two
delegates.
Adjutants of eamps will report
the rolls of their several catnip,
names of oflivers delegates to the en-
campment and remit the brigade per
capital with their report's.
By order W. I). BALLANTIN:.
Brig. Geuf'l. t'omd'g.
T. A. HALI,
Adj't. (Gen'l. Chief of Sttfl' I
"Points" Relating to Bank Checks, Etc.
(lawkins' New Catechism on Busine.s
fCONTIN-ED FROM LAST WEEK ]
The stubs of cheeks torn from a
book should contain tihe number, date,
in whose name and for what purpose
the amount was drawn.
In making out a check great care
should ie taken to prevent the "rais-
ing" of the amount b. a dishonest
holder ('omence to write as far to the
left of the check as lpssible' and when
thit amount las bI)eenl written follow
up the lilankspace with a line. Insert
tile amount both in words ;anl figures
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Those Bouquets Keep Cotmlg.
Two new dailies now reach The
Record office, one of which, the Oeala%
Daily Banner, is the consumption of a
cherished plan of Mr. Frank E. Harri
to publish a daily edition of his
former bright and interesting weekly.
The Banner bears evidence of the
vigor and virility of the mind of its
editor and proprietor. The Palm
Beach Daily News, bright and spark-s
ling, and with the same excellence of
press work that characterizes the,
Lake Worth News, published by the
Dean Publishing Company, has reap-
peared for the season.-St Augustine


Record.

Ocala this week is especially proud
of her new morning daily, the "Ban-
ner." It has taken the town by storm
and Frank Harris' enterprise highly
commended. Both the steady and sub-
stantial growth of the city and the
bright outlook for the future seem to
justify the venture.-Ocala Correspon-
dence Jacksonville Metropolis.

The Ocala Banner will begin the
publication ofa daily edition on the
15th inst. To this end, it will put in
new type and presses and subsequent-
ly add two Mergenthaler linotype
machines to its equipment. It pro-
poses to cover the entire field of Ocala
and Marion county, which its editor,
Frank Harris, certainly has the abili-
ty to do. The press of the entire state
will join The Herald in wishing Ed-
itor Harris the greatest success.-
Punta Gorda Herald.


The Daily Ocala Banner, under the j
editorship of Frank Harris, has made
its appearance, and it is indeed a
bright, newsy sheet, filled with good
things that are bound to please its
readers.
Among the features is a "Kick Col-
um," modeled after The Metropolis's
famous department, and it contains
some interesting and vigorous pro-
tests. The;Metropolis wishes Mr. I larris
success in his new venture, and if
brains and industry count for any-
thing. The Daily Banner will be a
great success, and the people of ()eala
and surrounding country will find it
deserving of unlstinted support. -
Jacksonville Metropolis.


It seems that Or(alat is eterine ill'
to meet Gainesville on any and every
base of enterpri:.e. Thle former ity
having just given birth to its second i
daily paper with Hulin. Fr:tnk Harris,,
an editor of broad niild and experi- p
enee in thejournaliti. lield, as editor.
Success to the flew 'orn daily. "and
as it grows older and ,>hlier may it :tso
grow stronger and stronga.er ;-- well as '
betterand better," is (lit wish of the
Hornet.

The Ocala Daily Banner isa 'lea n
looking sheet, full of Io..al news. Its
own appearance is thile b)st polssiile
bid for success and with F'ranak liar-
ris's push and abilityif will nolt only
deserve but will attain it. With new
type and two Mergenthaler machine s
the new daily should Ie abide to Qshow
a clean dress for many a day. In the
Sunday issue appear- :a "serilnon in'
which it wishes thalit all its rivals i
may prosper and grow strong. That i
spirit will bring the new daily pr,.s-. ,
perity.-- 'eisaeolat .Journal.


O,.ala's new daily l
n.r, is a bright little s
of good a:nd Up-to.l:at,
( '.tnty ( 'lroni I ,.





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Prom Wednesday*s Daily.
To the Ocala Daily BanTner.
Mr. Editor:-In your sprightly,
newsy columns of the 18th, I noticed
this query: "Orlando is making a
special eflbrt to secure the location of
the Florida Conference College which,
it is reported, is to be removed from
Leesburg. What is Ocala doing in
this direction?"
It is my impression that I saw it
stated some time ago that the able
editor of the Banner, with Judge
McConathy and others, were appoint-
ed to canvass Marion county for sub-
scriptions for this highly important


object,than which no other acquisition
would so greatly benefiit our city and
county.
I know of one family who pledged
four lots in Ocala, valued at $.0. each,
to bring the college to Ocala.
I should be glad to hear of active
work on the part of the committee,
and to see published accounts of their
success in securing subscriptions.
Lake City was a little sleepy village
till she secured the Agricultural Col-
lege. Now she is doubling her popu-
lation every few years. Gainesville
Is largely indebted to the East Florida
Seminary for her prosperity, and De-
Land's chief attraction is Stetson
University.
To bring the Conference College to
Ocala is an object well worth the best
efforts, and some sacrifices on the part
of every citizen.
It would mean an increase of pop-
ulation, intelligence, culture, refine-
ment, good morals and spirituality.
Let the newspapers keep the ques-
tion before the public:-"What is
Ocala doing in this direction ?"
X X. X.

Shall We Have It?
To tlih Editor Ocala Banner.
The Oeala Banner articles, on the
possibility of securing the location of
the Florida Conference College in
Oeala, have excited quiet a good deal
of favorable comment.
Possibly no movement, in which
our people could engage at this time,
would be of more material and lasting
benefit to the city.
The college here could be made one
of the greatest educational institutions
of the south and ina this day of broad
philanthropy it ij en.rtirely within
the lound-, of lpos)iility; n;ay. even
probability, that Oe'ala would ftinl a
Flagler, a 1tetson or a Rockefeller to
give it a helpingii l.id.
In tie admiirable letter publishedd it!
your paper We,'dnitsday it was s'at,,!q
that city lots valued at Sl,000, had al
ready been otfl;red by one party. This
is an excel ,t -'art. Ev,.n considered
froin a fiiialnciil .standlpoint alone
()O ala sli'otl'l have thi- institution.
There is little tinlte to Ibe lost.
What do you say, Mr. Dutill; an i
you, Judge h1Coiitthy; and you, Mr.
Zewadu.ki; aInd you, Mr. Ford, pre-si-
dent of otar boArd of trade and you
Mr. Fishiel mayor of the ity o( 0O.'ala ?
Let tiu get tour.ether.
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Receipe for Kissing.
Thel following ref-ir foir the di-
vine art is landed down from grand-
nimothvr's time, but, like theO "o,, old1
sttary," as fresh today a- ever: "To onei
piece of dark piazza/ add a little moon-
light, take for quantities two people.
Prtss inll two stinII lt'ones, a small,
t,:' handle. Sift slightly twto ialnces
44 aftru:lioti. one )f romnance, add a
arge measure (- o tf loudly, -t.ir ill ;at t at-
ing rutfit aint one m)!" two whispers.
Dissolve a Ih l'fdf n li t llr-' in a well
;f -ilei ''e: ,nl-t in a sri:'ll taitlltity of
_'it.; tlii,; 1, i" a Iou I' of r-ss.a i.t n '.4 .
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For Trade or Sale.
Forty acree of fine hainmo.k laud,
all cleared and under cultivation.
Four acres bearing pear tress. .Ie-
gant 12 room residence on property.
LeJs than one mile from court hou.se
at Ocala. Will trade for city prop-
erty. Equity, $10,)000.00.
Have also a fine farmi of No acres all
fenced. Forty acres under cultiva-
tion, i,K000 bearing pear Irees. Nic.t
five room cottage. Farming imple-
ments, stock etc. Will trade or sell.
Equity, $,000,00.
Also horse and wagon to sell or
trade.
U. M. LIvINGSTON,
1-17tf Ocala Fla
Crystal River and Cedar Key oysters
received daily by Otto Mente, a the
city market 12-13


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For Lady Shoppers !


Att ractive Goodi.
hatqe' I r~ li iii-u- in ir stoek '4)
rare, warm geowds for
131ll"fill winter gar-
Inuzan... The Color.
are urmusually pe-
jug ss-itig diltere~i,
from flt-e colorss or-
-dinarfly Vt1ilJlfyedl
inl jRood4s of lidj-
character. For wai-ts
or skirts we ha a v .
lust the thaing-:al!
finlenJew, 1up4-to-':01


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If pm wt*1troueit of thq.s.e pretty il
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All Stuffed Up
That's the condition i :'y sufferers
from catarrh, ese-wi ': in the.i .rrag.
G re a t d iab eti :-k 11 :.: c- : d :i (' -
ing the h 'eai n : : t : -C :,t.,
No wolnor cat-rr'. *, li ~e:.dat'e,
impairs the t.. .. : rig,
pollutes the lbr.th, 1-"r.' tir tom-
ach and aii cts thi : lie.
To cure catar., ir-r.:tz,,f:' rust be
constitutional- -a:ierl ai', .- trtmic.
tI was aliiic'te i ".'. .a3rr.. I o-
medicines of different kinds. ;vinge act
a fair trial: hut gr:tdtu!y Krew worse mnti
I could hardly hoar, t o-t. ,r srn1!l. I then
concluded to try 11Si,,. 'a.rsaparilla. and
after takinglfive bh-ith'. I was ured and
bave not had any re!:crn of thlw sitease
since." ErOINE FORSBE, Je*banov. Kan.
Hood's Sarsaparilla
Cures catarrh-it soothes and strength-
ens the mucous membrane and builds
up the whole system.


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OCALA


BANNER.


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

5TABSI8iHRD 106.. OOALA, FLORIDA. FRIDAY. JANUARY 24. 1902. DOLLAR A YA TA


Do You Wish


the Finest Bread


end CxCke


It is conceded that Royal

Baking Powder is purest and

strongest of all baking pow-

ders, absolutely free from alum,


ammonia and

ant. "Royval"


every


adulter-


makes the best


and most wholesome food.


dA': SL.,%4 POWDER CO.. 100 WILLIAM ST.. NtEW YORK.


MaII. 1 %It "rialft. -if Oxford, was

I war~le. av ttlarig inKlljs 'p-

~ 1.-aiw,"oi ha,4rt-turmiid from
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D. 1.. Kibler. of Dunnellon, ant
A. It. Kibler, of Felecia, were in Ocal
Thursday. These live young business
men operate five commissarieses in
Marion and Citrus counties.

Just received at the store of the Sin
ger Manufacturing Co., a large ship
ment of machines: for sale on easy
ini.tallmuents. Old niclehines taken in1
exchange. Needles and a' tachlments.,
All machines always ion hand. Ite-
Sstirini,- neatly ,ntl lprompitly ,lone. .-t

lhiry 31. Fla.rl.-'r li:as in ,<.,n:tl,> to tiih Lik.e itvy A. ricultu-
ral C 'illcze fc int Jlo,ii ( ne'i 4,
'l1- i-- tl.e in-tmituti, li' ,.ii h E'- lito r
,. o|r \\'il-,,l, ,.f T Ti,- l' nl I llh l
: .,* i ,. ;.':ina I"E t t.,r l'rant k Ilarri -,
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are li- 0cc14la'Fe)llt= tile

1 l~a-s It., takt-. Price'
uton. Ii' iay. Vix..Ander-


I .aat, ii 1441 t- e Ef tilt* IselcC cof
A,,, Iirti.It A'A1-11-!ri ~. iii. hIe wl yo'-4I
i%% or. c-a rlit 'I hi, uiame U11lpo
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M AItIIIl.- IL1iitei, WhoIu)h--
a~i t u r I i A ootiiefrom a ~de-
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'in 01i t!le :atllail *'I 1h.4 S iszer 1:..-
ciiiant C<'o i, ;iVy in thi ).-al:+ Ili,,e .
:n ,r. -i y st-erilay sNea l \ it -i't'ceVl* t'lI
ty < I.. lreab k- f.ri;ie rlvy ," .Je krn-
vill-, : a enlitlelimai of wiib- expelieilice
in hi- line. The conditionn of MIr.
Phililp- hitalth is such that hihe i- orced
to retire frol tihe confinemient ofotlice
work. ite will remain in 4O ala. and
with his -ilcompany. having special
chliar-ge of the territory embraced iin
Marion county.
Florida Newspaper Men.
'lhe annual meeting of the state
prev.- association will be held this
year at Pensacola oni March 2y.
Oeala is represented on the program
by F. E. Harris, who will peak of the
"History of Journalism of Florida"
and C. L. Bittinger, on the "News-
paper Canvasser."
The meeting promises to be an in-
teresting and important ,one.

Making the Ocala House Popular.
Mr. C.W. Alexanider, of Arlington i,
MNas., is steward of the (Oala Hlouse
and i- succeediitir in making their
1ii-ime its drawing ,i.trd.
Mlr. Alexander ihas had e xperieince
-it Il iol)it-. o n Spriln.-. Arlini tion Heights, ,
nd... anld at tlh- I'atrkr Hotn-,'.

Florida Is Booming.
l'';rie l' !t 1- ii, ylay inl tc'i,.r onilr i'm
Sin:tli -hei eve-r \v iii hiae lins'rrv. I lhl
'U-i~ le-s ill cr< :. of e've'rV Inr.ilty tre

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A j*?I~t-.i e:eit.'t *lruI-. C .< 1ir-
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o t wa'.in*. wa 'ur iii '-?.r n.A nj '.i -r

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Our Job Department.
W- .tvgi%'-iaan wel l-r I
1..*-- -t 3 1 r a i k 4)tl.r i 'isi a i e", .

izre'at y nida r'z-7t cUr jihI putngt af~aeil-

We Aol ji e ii !rt I c,!I i d v r


Shoemaker Powers.
N'i.ii-- i;iId r.-A ll~c ~vr-, ftnrue-rly of,

~ iciol t Mr. Viistrsi 'sloe'imiaker


~~Va~ Le i ?i:i.. I-'# )itr firt re- l
andj4 after ll'irju& heit- vICEi'E-' ,Judl.'
lik i-rdered ll(th.3ljV e turn a,


*)' in" rout (if tilt, "AtIlf ck'3'4('two
jinivjeillit-?ltMiir.! tbeenj f''uii'l by 'the



t hat Mcek[C)I hall miiads- a conItras t
with Ithe ho~lders ~of a hlI)1lCtead i fr

a nd wa-s tore thaii paid for, inll uu11-
her for' Itie erection ofi r imrovilemmterIr
ou ilthe land. M-. L. And~erscm reline-.1

'I'll.- grand :ljury yesterday returnied
idI I rue-hilk IIm t hp cases of Frank


Jtino. L~. ('avn, operating ani illicit


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tried and found guilty. The cases
against Tl ley was nolle-promeed upon
his payment of the coats, amounting
to about WO9,00 and agreeing to Im-
mediately take out the proper'gover-
ment license. He was represented
by Wol G. C. Martin of Brooakville.
The cases of Grant, Flndley, Wells
and Gihbb swill b tried tIwlv


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toeglar **14 tlethlg Uetils-Walt

At the rqular meeting of tae Omwr
clU Tumday night there was no bai-
nero transacted of more thn iWt


TE mTE ,STATES MUT

the eale Ter of the se thenr
Di strict of Flormd.
The United Htates court for the
Southern district of Florida, Ocala
term, convened Monday afternoon
in the Marion county court houu
'at 3:30, Judge J. W. acke., pre.
siding.
Other offleers of the court presel
were: J. N. Stripling, district at.
torney, his assistant, I. A. Zacharias,
and clerk, R. P. Marks; John F
Horr, marshal for this district and
i D. E. Peacock, deputy. Miss Pills
bury, stenographer for Judge Locke,
i- alIi in the city.
The grand jury was organized by the
appointment of Messrs. Joseph Bum.
by, foreman, and S. R. Birdsey. jr.,
'lerk. Both were from Marion
county.
.M. Livinigston was sworn in as
bailifll. oth thel grand and petit
jurors and all officers of the
o.urt have offices in the opera house
block with the exception of Judge
Locke whose ollie is on the parlor
floor of the Ocala House.
His Honor delivered an impressive
charge to the grand jury explaining
in detail their duties and the fact
that only offenses whose punishment
is provided for by acts of congress
Should be considered. These embrace
i mainly violations of the revenue,
a postal and banking laws and the
s violation of government property
and lands.
This is the second term Ocala has
had and the distinguished party
- now here are meeting with a most
- cordial welcome. A number of
visiting lawyers are also present
i who together with the jurors and a
host of witnesses adds greatly to
- the life of the city.
The grand jury Tuesday morning
after hearing evidence, reported no
true bill in the following eases: Ben
S.Johnn. of irlando, charged witli
viohttion of postal lItw-: P. N. Milli.
Stin. Ievenue :iaws, aind Jacob Israel,
ii ze/.!n" of "ov rrinment funds.
'1 l -e t-i< \\:- ,f on. wht'icl ex
'itled thie 'reaite-t i: )r-: here in the
i rai'\v \ ikeIan lit i t' iI matenhoo d, u lo
!<*'- l et, ,,+inexo,*\ '>;. itiol li"y tlih .-
re i;niutl ilury li-rt- witho-i toiun .iei tin t
S"ri:i p,- roval

: ,ti-.tni ilin^,i,l'i, l o ng ilty.

retailing liquiior without government

lien Jq.n,dt, of Iteddick, dlid iiot
fare so well as his namesake, of Orlan-
do, and was convicted of securing a
registered letter containing money
which did not belong to him. Ben
made restitution but he was too late.
Paul McCullocin, who looked like a
good hard workiin; darkey, was
charged with illegal retailingof liquor
down at Fitzgerald. It transpired
in this case that otf the two chief wit-
nesses one was an ex-convict and that
both were considered professionals
notwithstanding their direct evidence
to the contrary Paul was acquitted.
Sam Davis, charged with conduct-
ing and operating a still on the Rey-
nolds place near Moss Bluff, fared
worse. Notwithstanding Attorney
Hooker's earnesteftlorts he was found
guilty.
The fourth day of the I citedd States
court in ()cala was chilly inotab)le f orr
thie ,+,inpllte vindie~tion of one of our
county\" l-:tlng 'iti/ans, 1K. C. M,
t I;:*-, tri,'i y, tenlay 'rningl


Thie first Tartpon of" the season wv4
eaulght at 'Crystal River Wednesday
byv.1. 4. (Crellin', of the Isle of Man,
Engtland, who is with the Cincinnati
party at Mrs. Mary Allen's.
This is exceptionally early for this
mammoth game fish but we* are in-
formed they are already numerous in
the waters near Homosassi and Crys-
tal liver.
Mr. Crellin, tile lucky fisherman, is
a relative of Mr. A. S. Anderson, of
the Buttgeniach iPhospihate Co., and
a special friend of Mr. E. Holder,
and this is, we believe, his first visit
to Florida.
Mr. Mi.Ibank Expected.
Rev. J. T. Millbank, of Euclaire,
Wis., while not definitely accepting
the call extended to him by Grace
Episcopal church, has the question
under favorable consideration and
has accepted an invitation to visit
(O' ala.
He is expected in a day or itwo and
will conduct service's, both morning
and evening, at the lEpiscopal.church
on Sunday.
For Pneumonia.
Dr. ('. J. Bishop, Agnew Mich.,
-ays: "I have usedI Foley's.Honey and
Tar in three' v'ry severe cases of
pneumonia with good results in every
case.'' Beware #of -uWstitute-. Anti-
M1n. riopoly Drug .Store. m


The Cold Weather


Is not yet over, in fact Win=

ter has just begun, and if a
doctor's bill you want to save

put your feet in a pair of our


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............... Mal Importance.
All of the cau, civil and criminal, Theretin hiefl
on the printed calendar have been The meeting was chief notceabe
disposed of. The grand jury is still In for Its attendance, eight out of *ale
session and may bring in a few addi' members being present, Mr. Thagard,
tional indictments. The bond of C. I. of the third ward, being In Jaekas-
Hallenback was ordered estreated and vi .e in attendance on the rand
the sureties J. P. alloway, P. J.L'
Peacher and 8. W. Teague were ILodge-
ordered to produee him before the W. P. Haisley requested that his
end of the Ocala term. Hallenback is '* property in the rear of Master's
charged with violating postal laws. store be excluded from the fire
Alfred St Clair Abrams was ex- limits, that be desired to make certain
amined by a committee, who reported improvements but did not feel justi-
favorable, and was admitted to prac- tied under existing ordinance. Re-
tive before the I'. S. Court. Judge ferred toccommittee.
Horatio Davis of Gainesville. brother Finance committee asked for more
of theattorney-general of the Confed- time for consideration of reports
erey was admitted Wednesday. of officer-. On motion of Councilman
Among other cases disposed of yes- Jones the clerk was instructed to have
terday were Thomas W. Barnes and published in January and July an
Chas. Cotton of Wildwood, convict- itemized statement showing the finan-
ed of illegal sale of liquor. cial condition of the city.
All officers of the court will leave It appearing that there were practi-
a most pleasant impression in Ocala cally two street superintendents, the
both for their courtesy and the dis- street committee wasauthorized to dis-
patch with which business was trans- pense with the services of one. The
acted as well as for the kindness and purchase of a new street cart was or-
miicy shown the unfortunate: law- dered.
breakers. The council here began the semi-in-
Tu .. ... formal discussion of various topics in-
Thousands Sent .nto Exle, eluding shade trees, side walks, lime,
Every year a large number of poor propositions to drain the Taylor pond,
sufferers whose lungs are sore and prita msu ndeTlor m ,
sanitary measures and rentlof mule@,
racked with coughs are urged to go to from all of which thel new, members
anotherclimate. Butthisiscostly and received valuable arid necessary in-
not always sure. Don't lie an exile formation. Adjournment.
when Dr. King's New Discovery for
consumption will cure you at home. Beat Out of An Increase in His
It's the most infallable medicine for Pension.
cughs, colds, and all throat and lung .A Mexican war veteran and promi-
dimeaseson earth. The firrstlose brings nent editor writes: "Seeing the ad-
releif. Astoundinlz curic: result from vertisernent of Chamberlain's Colic,
persistent use. Trial lbt les free at Cholera and Diarrhoea Remedy, I am
Anti-Monopoly Drug Store. Price .e reminded that as a soldier in Mexico
and l.e o. Every bottle a;uratiteedl.4 ini '47 and '4S, I contracted 'Mexican
Laid to Rest. diarrhoea and this remedy .has kept
Mr.. ....l -. <.rnene. from getting an increase in my
F.I.. (;. forme l of Lakp-elaild petl for oll every, renewal a dose
.... ..e ,. "Y I r.,str'es me."' It, is uneu aled as a
died' Suntidav evening at 7 o'clock aind I* "
+ ., ui'k (tre for diarrhea and is pleas-
wa- b ii ed oit (itI fa in re idl ice i'
.-.. .. i I ant andl i eas to take. For ale Ivby
ill thit ,ity, yesterday afternoon t i
i, ,,Nl(-. n1piiPIly D) rl [Store. In
2';. :: clok. Itev. Howardl Dutil, of Ar Store
tlhe Metlihodi-t ,cluirc.h, lpefrorming thie First Tarpon of Season.


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Air. (Greene wa., born in Missouri
twenty-eight years agro. I htil a few
months ago he resieled at lakeland.
He died of consumption and had been
a sutlerrer for several years and his
death was not unexpected. He was a
member of the Methodist church and
was a patient sufferer. He died
the death of the Christian. his last
words being, "Lord Jesus, I die hap-

Besides his parents he leaves a wife
and one child to mourn his desth.
His body was laid to rest in Green-
wood cemetery. The pall bearers.
were; Messrs. T. B. Snyder, Josephus
Munden, Geo. L. Taylor, Dr. E. Van
Hood, W. It. Englebyand Dr. Walter
Hood.
*essmore-Trantham.
Mr. It. W. Messmore and Miss
Elizabeth Trantham, neice of the late
William P. Trantham, were very
married Wednesday alout nimon
at the Methodist parsonage, lterv.
Howard Dutil, officiating. The grooml
has been working at the Ocala Foun-
dry and Machine WVorks for the pa-t
two years.
Mr. and Mrs. NlMe.iiiore have gone
to Auhurndale to visit the -rootrC'.; re-
latives for a short while.

Foley's Kidney Cure
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qwwva nUATA UAWWT.R JANUARY 24. 1909


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MOTTO: THE BANNER, BELIEVING
2WOE6 AT THE TOP WELL ABLE TO
PAKE CARE OF THEMSELVES, HAS
CAKEN ITS STAND IN THE BARRI-
MDE? WITH THE COMMON PEOPLE,
&ED ITS FIGHT WILL BE MADE FOR
rX BETTERMENT OF THOSE AT THE
aOrTOM.

We have bad thirty-six frosts this
winter.
The products of the south's manu-
fScturs now amounts to a billion
dollars annually.
Andrew Carnegie han given twenty-
tve thousand dollars f,-r the estab-
lishment of a public library at Tam-

The Saturday Evening Post says
that Virginia was the mother o,
presidents ;Ohio, the step-mother, and
that now Iowa is setting on the step
Orlando is making a special effort
to secure the location of the Florida
Conferease College which, it is report-
ed tis to be removed from I eebur.
What is Ocala doing in this direction ?
During the first days of the present
songres more than eight thousand
bilb were introduced. It is estimated
that before the end of the session the
member will reach twenty thousand.
It was Horace Oreeley, we believe,
who persisted in making the state-
ment that the world was governed too
much. The bills introduced at every
sion of congress and at the session
of every state legislature, would seem
to indicate that the Tribune philoso-
pher knew what he was talking
about.
The Florida Christain Advocate
misses the point entirely which the
Ocala banner wished to emphasize in
its article anent Sam Jones and di-
vorce. The point was thatth e famous
divine vilified Florida because -f her
lax divorce laws, while in real ty
Georgia's is so lax as to permit one
wife, for some trivial offense, to ob.
bin two divorces from oe husband.
Whether the prot--'invr. were coen-
doned or not tey the father cuts no
ice, but we suppose they were.
The United States sent abroad last
year S,UIM,t0 0X bushels of wheat every
week. It minaid $M4,4,NIOo worth of'
gold. It niainufa.iured silks, cotton
and woolen goods to the amount ot a
billion and a half dollars. The manu-
factured products of the- swuth alone,
hitherto a purely agricultural section,
amounted to a billion dollars. The
manufactured products of Florida
amounted to $35,000,000, an increase
over the previous ten years of over
210 per cent. The manufactured ar-
ticles in steel aloue of the United
States reached the billion dollar mark.
We propelled locomotives with crude
oil from newly discovered wells and
sent messages across the ocean with-
out wires, and this is only th- leiin-
*f the second year in the new cen-
tury. What mighty things will man
accomplish before its close!



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The woman who know.. the fiUll value
of health is the woman wh., Ias l,,'t, it
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made a str, isg woman. I.ilf A. n'i ,,n
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Prom Sunday's Dally.
THE OCALA DAILY m ANER'S SUNDAY
SERMON .

To the C;oold People of Ocala. to the Bttter
l'eople oi Ocala. to the Be-t I'c-ple of Ocal.i,
to All the i pvi'tc ot ocala. ;Ttrcting
The Oeala Daily Banner salute..
every citizen of O0ala.
To each and to all, sinularly and
severally, it tenders its Sunday greet -
ing.
It wants every one of you to pros-
per.
It wants to see the bad become good
and the good become better.
It wants Ocala to become a city of
brotherly love.
It harbors no resentment, nor ill
will, nor jealousy, against any busi-
ness enterprise nor individual in Ocala
It expects to live and enjoy life and
wants every one else to do likewise.
It wants to see every citizen of our
beautiful city, regardless of his profes-
sion, business or occupation, or of his
feelings towards the editor of this pa-
per, whether of love or of hatred, to
grow in statute and strength, intellec-
tual and physical, and prosper in his
business, for in so doing he will help
on the good name and prosperity of
the city, and this paperexpects to pros-
per as it prospers, and grow as it
grows.
Its destiny is very closely allied to
the destiny of Ocala, and they must
grow great or small together.
It wants the Ocala Evening Star,
the Ocala Weekly Star, the Baptist
Witness, the Religious Digest, and
the Ocala Printing company, all to
prosper and grow strong.
It wants to root out the spirit of
envy, hatred and jealousy, and see
Ocala become a peaceful, rich and
prosperous community.
It wants to see generosity and benev
olence prevail, work be provided for
the unemployed, and want, and the
fear of want, and all their train ot
evils, take winirs and fl away.
It has heard that the Ocala Print-
ing company is ambitious to begin
the publication of a daily paper.
It hope-s that it will carry its design
into ex-ecution and be successful in
the undertaking.
Whether it shall be successful or
not, the Ocala Daily Banner is deter-
mined that it shall not play the part
of the dog in the manger, and back-
hite and nark at others as they pass
along because they are more success-
ful and more deserving of success
than it is.
We cannot build up a community
by pulling it down-it can be built up
only by every mmn giving every other
man a helping hand.
If every lawyer, doctor, editor,
preacher, merchant, and hotel nran,
becomes envious of others in the same-
line of business and succeeds in run-
ning them out and closing the-i up,
it will not be long before they them-
selves will be forced to hunt other
fields and greener pastures.
But, if the other policy is to be per-
sistently pursued and every man shall
determine to help build up every
other man, whether in the line of his
business or not, our town will quickly
feel the impulse; it will put on new
growth, sleead its wings and many
will take shelter thereunder. The
whole lump will be leavened and
everybody will receive teenelits.
In union there is strength and won -
derful possibilities lie in the multi-
plicity of numbers.
The town is all right, and the pe ople
are all right-they are only to be prcop-
erly approached and properly handled.


All the world Is growing better., ai.d
all that is in it is becoming more
grandly beautiful.
There is a greater freedom ofexpie-e..
ion of one's opinions and a greater tol.
erance of the opinion- of others tina
was ever before known in any period of(
the world's hi-tory, u~nl thle 1 Iiinv:tv
of the future i- alla.e i h ii_'hit.t
Thi-ere i<, le--. dtrui;kii n'---, .* --
(de'n- in. [ 'iti e, lh-,a rutll on,-l m ; t]he
h eli ,"i et, tti,- ,ct e, ;are ilti '.- 4" lm -
f gre-atnr coesiie-rationt andt cetnle<--licnn
are- n1i4.- eo t.e \%ift, ;andl in ever s
sphit-re of life w41:oman's us-t-fulnti--. arid
inlIut-iene h, 'mv-le I-t greatly enlar.eti.
No mat wlhl ll drink-. intoxi,.ttitiii.
li(uor-., cna to-day liiitl einplvIt inctt
wi'h any railway, steant-hipl or ex-
res.' eiompany, or aany of tihe .great
lei~lle?..' c'Otilernil' of thlie tiountry.
This was not the- e-s.~' eve-n within
the Ilme iol y of met- wlo se heads are
not yet ti'iiLelI with iir.-i,
This is a ur.ent factor in the spread
of sobriety anll tenipr.-ttirce.
Along religious lines we are growinut
better, 1,roader and more tolerant.
In a word, the world is growing bet-


pose, and like the early and the latter
rains, it shall endeavor to pour its
blessings and )prolnouncel i lt." iediie-
tions lupiIn the just and the it1ijil 1,
its friends and its foes alike.
Sympathy for Senator Mallory.
The people of Florida have heard
with great regret that their senoi
I'nitt-d States Senator has been c.Alled
to New Orleans to attend the funera!
of his sister.
The Associated t'res dispatches of
Saturday announced that Mrs. Mal-
lory Kennedy had died suddenly at
her home in New Orleans. 'hose
who have had occasion to observe the
close attachment between brother and
sister and their devotion to each other
will symphathize keenly with Sena-
tor Millory in his great loss. Mrs.
Kennedy, during the illness of the
Ioenator, was with him almost 4on-l
stantly and it was due to a loving
sister's care and tenderness that the
senior Senator of Florida was restored
to health after many months of pa-
tient suffering.
The people of Florida will, in sy m-
pathy at least, be with Senator Mal.
lory as he accompanies the remains
of his sister to their last, resting place.
Mrs. Kennedy was the beloved wife
of Dr. T. S. Kennedy, one of the lead-
ing physicians of New Orleans.-
Gainesville Sun.
Watterson's Plea.
In thle Sunday issue of the Courier-
Journal Watterson comes out in a
strong plea to Andrew Carnegie to
come to the aid of the project to build
a home for superannuated newspaper
men. In the course of his plea he
points out to Carnegie the danger of
his contributing too much to public
libraries, and too little to other en-
terprisep. Watterson says truly Ithat
Carnegie sets too much store by books;
that they are good, like tobacco and
wine, only when taken iln lnodeatioon.
He says news per mnen devote tht ir
liv-s to furnishing entertainment to
other people; that they ail'e- ptarts of
*.alkiiig litraris ; that a liinie roiit
in every newspaper uitnn's life when
his vital powers su( iat and1 like a
worn out stage horse, ,ie can pull the
cart no more.
There, is no more pathetic sight
than that of a newspaper man once
famous in the world of letters power
less to push his pencil or iniapab t- f
dictating to oit-ers the tlou'igh s that
erowd his brain.-Peniacola Press.
N. Jackson, Danville, Ill., writes:
"My Daughter had a st-vere attack 4of
la grippe and a terrible- cough settled
on her lungs. We tried a great many
remelites without giving relief. S he
tritl dFoley's Honeyv uit Tar ul ichh
cured tier. She l'i never hit-en
ir(Puilled with a cowu-li -t-iie. A ti
Monopoly Drug Store.
lhe <-otuptroller --a-: that tit .-c1)n-
viet+ are yi t+|ilig a i:tl'r e revetlu,' tu
the -tate
The state departm tint i- sexii dili
ships to Bulgaria to release .1 i-s
Stone.
Thlie Pensacola pap, r, are r,;asting
the health other, Dr. l',oter.


Schley's appeal i-
of the presidtn-t.

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FAMOUS ANHEUNER BUSCH BEER

'IN WINES, WBISK I am andB BRANDIES.
My $2,oo Rye or Bourbon at..... $... 1.75 My 4 o o(Gin at.... ..................................... S,
My 2.50 200 My 2.oo North Carolina Corn at .
My 3,00....... ..2.56 My 2,5o M'tn DewCorn at.. 2.o
My 4.00 .................. 3.00 My 3.o ...
MyV 2.0oo Ginat................................ 1.75! My 4.00o .. .3.e
My 2.50o ............................................2. My 4.ooNew England Rum at............. 3
The Jug and Keg Trade Made a Special Feature.
In sending your orders always send enough to cover the cost of jugs. Half-gallon jugs. Ict
-gallon iu.c;2-gallon jug, 2,r; 3-gallon jug, 35c; kegs,.$1.
I sell more whiskey and better whiskey than any house in Plorida.because I give good.bot
est goods and full measure,
A trial order wilt convince you that"wearethepeople." Termscash with the order.
Yours.anxious to es J. F. EDW ARDS.
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CAPI TAL .50,000

Aecoutts of Firms, Corporations and Individuals Holicited.
Prompt Attention to all Business Entrusted to our Care.
Exchange Bought and Sold.

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Kl To grow strong. Unless we get
good meat we may as well let
jli" '. "- it alone. There i %no strength I
S. I in tough nieat-instead ofr iv-
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it. It j'i*ys to 1l<. 4 e- reful in 1
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E9Mey Ifrek Maimes TeM craMe.
Airin*- everybody who reads the news-
'apiw i-. rur, t knuw cf tCie wonderful
cures made by Dr.
S Kilmer's Swamp-Root.
the great kidney, liver
I and bladder remedy.
S" It is the great medi-
cal triumph of the nine-
teenth century. dis-
covered after years of
scientific research by
Dr. Kilmer. the emi-
nent kidney and blad-
der spectaist, and is
wonderfully jcce.-ful in promptly curing
tame back. kidney. bladder, unc acid trou-
bles and Bright s Disease, which is the worst
form (.f kidney trouble.
Dr. K,'m,'r "rSwli-R ~ is not rec-
eo,-- .-r e h werylhingbut if you have kid-
ne,. i: ver or bladder trouble it will be found
lu:.* the remedy yo need. Ithasbeentested
in .o many ways, in hospital work. in private
pra *-:e. among the helpless too poor to par-
chas- relief and has proved so successful in
every cane that a special arrangement has
been made by wh:ch all readers of this paper
who have not already tried it. may have a
sam.-re ->,*rt sent free by mail. also a book
t'" -n: r-",re about Swamp-Root and how to
forl .t if y u have kidney or bladder trouble.
Wht'n wr.'ing m-rr.:cn reading this ge.nrous
nff-t in this paper ani
~-A- y -r addr,-r. to
hamtcn .,. Y. Thea
re;r..ar f ftv r#enr art lnm..fe. -ipP.a.
d4llar -;:.-s are tond Ly all good druggists.

Facts Cenceriag MHistory.
)1 I ) <* ....,' lv7 inI*
N ,tu f,.rtainl did the rieht t hingt
III tl h-t lI-t lu*- uf tile thOal. Hjlinter
it, fr. i, Ihe. Mmioutit Verinon Te-xa.. Her-
ali *-tiat Liiihthr'*e Harry Ie diis-
l ,-ed ti1.., c<(nliiuatnd-r and ordered a
r'-trt at at Mmoiituith." That ito stainl
it, ic!,t ntar thil' te-cutcheotn 1of any of
It \irgiinia I.4i: 0, y o u oult to ill thii.
'.6, ,.tt, i .n t .'y llnit C(iarlen l.e. want
an l-'i.glishiitltll, aald in lin way related
t, anivy of thlt- illu-triu- Virginia LIee
t',ii lyi
< hl ii'- I ."'. tl.iutil anl itllpetuous,
r'ekl ..-ly lbrae .iminiander. was also)
j',sl. u- amil .I-wer. miid had hi.- isuploirter-s ill
hi- Ititriual'- for hi.s 1,-itioi. Inl that
h -',ry r.p',-twit- It-lf.
\ :,-hi: 'rt ts fi ilhe l il a<'4 oi ia l-i hili,:
1i.- Iprl.'--. at Mo.ii1uthi ju,-t -.I
I. lhttai-r-- HIarry 1c-'"- iuutr il o .
1i. .-rt I:. AL-', dlid :it (;ettystourg b\
tit.- fill;r. of tIll.- n, rltirdere :* sup-
lprt I'-k'l'tt'- wnd.l-erful ceharue
\\a-litlionl,as iil- ali ier rlartiaheniaN-
ni-i, I.lI c4 urt .e-41 liarli-s L. t o n tilih,
o,,n It e- ti-lld of battlee, wliil-t ithie rre ,
l{ 1 :. I o. ini the i-ener cr.'al ll*art. tMk all thi e thl a tne iill,,
lua,!s- if iEt l iiied it illi hi- .'rav'.
V a- th,-,' tve.r l-nh a -ntlmly tr.&v, .
get' Ft in tild u:lt.'ii-it i catq llIainier ;a.

It ir nienw nir% hi-tory is ,,rrt,
1,11t I.ot having a testk of ret-lere-tn'- n
hanlld, antid I l li-t it is, 4l.e- 1 1'i-
'44't m*-if r't : .iihthlolsel Harry 1 i.
W:ai uIaIt at ~ltiesi',lit' s. He wa t it ll
4 't rd r:(l <.reene' it tlh<' arolilhina aind
\ rarKiia act'i: t ti :n | ortalnt part, in
in"-t, :f li'*t all Ihte batth1-.. iler-, anlt
it. 4 h**** gall.antly c.veredd ad protect ted
tl, rear of ,ireiie' asrmny, that i
tii i *lt Ihi ii Ol* o f Il it 1114-' illuxtri ,u-
.aMvIartv leader ihat ever s' r<.lea hirl.,
,. ,, ii., I,,,l -.t ',, N;. pol ,,ii'-' t.Zreat
;alv'aiv leader. lar-alti Murit,whose
t.,n. re--t at TaIllahase,'. or hi- kinL.--
nlsa:l. FItlllt. I te.
I.i'hthior"' Hlatry. ,nor avny th-r
riri :i I '**'. h-. t'trve c t l i; lheir
jilt t r. ,rv .-itr-'.d y I b' einl s-tiltna:1-
t !, :,- a li .!,] I, ii tni t e-r wh tL the editor
f 1 Mt. V' r.'ni H-r.ld !miiy think
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! '. <'. N hias calle-l a re-uimiu of the
i brigade to n met in O()cala, February 21
Ialtd 22.
The ialication atre it lit will be
the largset gatlit-rini of the veterans
that iihs lbeen hleld in several years.
The Marion county camp alone has
nearly two hundred members, being
the largest in tte state, and it is for
this reason that Marion vamp has
been granted thle honor of entertain-
ing the battle s.urred veterans.



Let it


somelaody called the Ideal Anmerican "
(Girl. This fortunate young lady, of, A lO fli
whom we are now writing might et-
called an, ideal Anmerica but we Scott's Emulsion is not a
would not lessen her fame tby saying medicine for fat folks.
ishe is typical for tie crowninigr aory oo goodlks.
teauty, of talent, otf grenius even i- to We have never tried giving it
t1 unique. It is true that there are O a real fat person. W, don't
certain things that are considered the ,
common Ipoos ssion of all Ameriesni dare. You see Scott' Emul-
wonle,, andt, these Miss Kitinma,,n p'S- sion builds new flesh. Fat
-,'e.A.. ut 14to smy she it like ers. peole don't want it. Strong
,r even the leader of :a certain class of p o
y.oaung-womaniihood, would hardly the people don't need it.
f-ir to her. But if you are thin Scott's
o..u Emulsion is the medicine for
Golf Tournament.
The fir-t ,,onmpetitionI of Ihe. year, It doesn't tire youout.
open only to members of the', ()-'a There is nostrain. The work
,ihih,,tsoif,,lub tk piace s,,,i.. is all natural and easy. Yo'i
nfternioon. There were over t medicine and
e.ntrie ,at! nineteen returntie sc',,re. just take the medicine and
P,," -. The 4 oiir-e ,w:- i1i *i v. ry fin. that's all there is to it.
.,eoiitei. Tr, wer. I-re i .. in,,, I The next thin< you know
!,.r, f tlietil- of til the'lllT l! ,'r o 00 I ,,i
l,,..i! thi.I pli'yeri ,r .itral 'fir y ,ou feel better--you eat better
i, iiof sth' Irial-i ar i, ii- t,, 11r -and you weigh more. It is
.'-qlue golf huo-.'. 'hlt priz.- ~, rek -
.! f h.ll.-v-:tre.n iytrrs. 'i. tir- a quiet worker.
1.riz.' ftir il e ze'tIle' :i 1%' ; a- Woii i', Send for free sample.
Z. '. (w'ainlli-, ,hT-. -.,,r,- :.! .coTT& i\VNE, (h-.m ., 4 I'..rl St.. N Y.
A Id i -.: all d1rugg:"'
4*>. [I. S. WVilliaian ii., \oi; ilie J*u-
( i0d Inrz,''. s.or 47. I.1 r ). W il-
lini-, sr o roia t-ome-o rwa- 4-% it Il- J A PAN ES -
third Iprize.
The following ladlits were r eu s- 1 |
ful: Mi"i, l.oui, E. aEn. y, firt
prize. 1net s.or,- oil. io i- l -ll n y n 0 .'S t\-. P
bury, se .olld i fril*, -',or,. ,,* i, H i- tw-
, miller, thirl priz-' s 'ore ,. ,., -. :- .. .
Next.SaIturdiay after o1141)i a 4'eiii *- 1t 'it p- ; 1' P ,;' P'^.t7. '!! I.
tition will bte hleld, o -' il ,inlv to l thi. : ,:" wt' h t: 'ki' -
younger member- of ti O lc Iri I
will 1e awardie as in tlie t-t for .
holder niemlbern i'.r,
Tl e'se ever3 two week-' thl Illi,,h w'l ti lh *iT i t f T 1 *. ''' t:"I;6 t ir
m inter ,-t: soni. atil if thi att'!,il al I'e' .
-ziturday is aiiy i di -ati"-i,. iil ; :' : ''

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41a '- ti..Its h11 Ir. c la ni-! foi-re- 1%!IA. Q4K!I('E N A ND

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Anynesedtn 50tt' ad EAtionma
quiklyascrtan or tpaz IAlFree W ehr
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sent(-i fee. let Zen o ur oiws reurngpaenthrso
Patent* taken % 3)irNunn & Co. rpeqfte
.pedaJ notcke, witbout caarre hin the
A kUo fIC Am11 can
culation of any scientificJora. Terms..W a
F a;four months, SL OI4b'y all newedealsmi
in& co31Mo.~", Nor h
Branch office. & V 'It.. W&A~sngtou. D


WITH A LAlE BACK?


BANNER SALVE is the Great Healer.
For sale .by Anti-Monopoly Drui. Store


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spF ysiem, Fivifies the M~O..?


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GUBA LANDS FOR SALE
TITLES PERFECT I

IN RACTS TO SUIT PURCHASE


CLOSE TO HAVANA-RAI!FOAD UNS THROUGH 'HE PROPER;

Terms-10 Per Cent. Cash -S an Acre Per Month For Balance.

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For Further Particulars Apply to

THE AMERICAN LAND COLON'

Prado 126, Havana, Guba.






OC ALA LUMBER COMPANY
Also Successor to Yankee Novelty Works



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PATENT BEE HIVES A SPECIALTY.
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WATCHES
IN- and
CLOTHING, RINGS,

al On the Installment Plan.

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Rev. R. H. Morris of this city. The Why lot Ocala Also?
conteat, as ham been announced prev- Andrew Carnegie'st practical and
iously, took place in the Principal's munificent philanthropy has been ex
room attheschool building Friday, tended to Florida.
ltec. 20, 1!0i. Twelve contestants It was announced yesterday that he
were in the race, but the judges de- had given Tainia m ~'-Jio for a free
cided that the highest mark was due putlic lihtrary.
to Miss.Kinrman. and asked the med- ,Is it impossible that Mr. Carnegie
al be bestowed accordingly. Would twe equally asgeneroul toOcala?
is% Kingman was horn at Mount We now have a most exet-llent library
I)ora, Fla., on the 21st day e4 Felhu- which would well serve as a nucleus.
rary, I IS.;. Her mother is and our people ,are thoroughly com-
Mrs. Nathan J. Kingman, of this eity Peteni to appreciate the i,!e-s-nig of
The y'oungL lady i. in her Ifith year. increased reading and study.
and is pretty, petite, charming, and wouldd the f.aes in the case be prop-
lpovessed of ,no small amount of grace., early andl 4pportunely pre.mnted to Mr.
When she recited "A. B. Appleton, ('irnegie it is thought by those fa-
Pirut" her hearers .were removed tO, miliar wilh his gr-at work that Oeals
laughter more than ,onee, and when it tiiightt alo ,. ,nleda a it-ewfieiary.
wa announced that stie had won the
medal, the applause which I-roke out The Best Perscription for Malaria
was no general and so enthusia-tic ('hill.4 and f-ver is a bottle 4f
that there Wat no doubt that they Grove'.- Tastele-C ('hill Tonic. It is
were pleased at the decision. simply iron and quinine in a tasteless
As we are always interested in the forr. No cure-ino pay. Price :N)c. t
opinions and liken and dislikes of
those in the public eye, I have asked Re-Union of Confederate Veterans.
Miss Kingman.iwho, enpassant, is in Brig. (ien. W. D. Ballenut:e, co-11
the telth grade at the High Hehoi. .
thae tit hgrae at tile Hig d, ch.t t. ntatding 21nd Brigade Florida Division
what is her favorite study, and to this


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she replied History. It is a hopeful
sign when our young people turn from
the false to the true from the fictitious
to the real. And it i.- to be ed.-ider
ed a good 4ign that in these modern
days. History is so taught in our
schools that it is interesting and so
takes the young mind along with it
ititio tile days that are past and makes
th-em to delight in the translation.
But Miss Kingman likes good fi-
etion too, as is natural, and this is ev-
id.nced by the fact that she reads.
Charles Dickens' books with pleasure.
and in fact considers Oliver Twist the
best book of its nature or class she has
read.
We see often in the pIaperls :lnd
magrazines allu-ion to a mythical


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THE OCALA BANNER, JAACJARY 24, 1902.


enm! Oorrespoadeace Oca'a Banner
This baa beeu a fine year for meat
watlang. The cold storage in Ocala is
ow filed with a large quantity of
meeon killed in this vicinity.
Bamlplaiting time i* attracting
mech attention and already It. Veil-
Sard has had shipped to him beast
eMd emonth to supply truckers for
mail- around.
The Plant System is putting in a
two mile spur through Easterling
Bre. sai hundred acre melon field.
The spar will ruan through the center
Qtbe field and upon it is to be boil at
arg packing house which will ac-
e4smdaate sixty cantaloupe packers
ead other help. The Lyon Bros. Co.
ot New York, who handled the large
melon crops raised here last year will
again market Easterling Bros. crop,
which will be the largest ever raised
in this section.
Mr. B. L. Ea.terling, actomwplanied
by his wife and children. i- in Martin
and will spend the rest of the winter

Met*er- Geor.Ger- Fa'astt.rling au .1.
;utz have gone to tParkston. N. C. to
,uoperintend the :;,), arres field of can-
zAloupes which will be planted there-
by the sarua firm u lih o tj'rate.-here.
Tn addition to thele. crop- there will
be large croips planted in ,e Maryland.. and South ('arouli.a.
The acreage t,. w. planted. in ve.-e-
tahles in this tetvtionu ill 1e. greater
:han ever before.
One of the fintrt yviang groves in
Marion County is owned by Eslnire
Atkinson, who lives near here. If
'Old Jack Frost" will -tay away the


-alance of this year or even ble entle
when he <-om,-s. the "'-.uire" wll be
shipping a large quantity of oranges
next season.
Fesmenden Academy -tudeunt will
bmerve Lincoln Sunday and have
prepared for thatday concert and song
ferviee. A great effort i- being made
to add an industrial building to this
ehool and the many friends of the-
hoo)l lhope to see it -u,.'e,-ful it; the
.fforl.
The Mother's Favorite.


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Beiieview.


the East Coast section as was reported.
The ezperlenoed gentl3eeUamom to
thk that there is something in the
rich soil of our county that lI partleu-
larly and deliciously Havoring to the
watermelon and cantaloupe.
The Easterlinp will plant this year
five hundred acre there hundred in
cantaloupes and twohuadred acrero In
watermielon.
They have already begun operations
and things in the neighborhood of
Martin are beginning to have a busy
look.


Food Clhang" to Pisee.
Putrefying food In the intestines pro-
deces effects like those of armenie, but
Dr. King's New Life Pills expel the
poisons from clogged bowels, gently,
easily but surely, caring constipation,
biliousness, siek headache. fevers, all
liver, kidney and bowel troubles
Only 25% at Anti-Monopoly Drug


Store.


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Passed Away.
At Oldtotwnten miles rroiu Ocala,
WVednesday. Mrs- Harriet Badgcer,
aged 'ieventy-"ix. The decear-od wa!,
ks.ruunear Wa&'alit-*tes- wheu thui,
cotMifty 'a.-;~ a prirt of' Ala.Iiua.
Shle lea ve!% behii rda:,rocord t'f a wck
..wnt li~f. sbow..' !ft-te wilI''w of' IDr.

co. i~unty. and i th. fatthiei r et'the
tat. ( ol. Ed.iwar i adizer. J.-m l-Ifr .
Riat L-r. an d N r-. FK. H. IWr we r.
Mrs. PBadger -was' a ?isO t*r fM'-i.
I.'r Fergu-ori. arid oii'Mr. J4iiam Brooks,
41 (Cotton I lant.
Be-sides haer owu family 41tie raised
sevpai other children to whom ; Ii+- wwa-
in every respect a mother.
She will Lp- buried today iii the tfamr-
dly burial grounds at (fldtown.

1Bewace ot0 Cments tor Th~?:fat
i COW&= ~Xerery.


a. mercury will -surely destroy the
sense of ismell and completely derange
the whole system when entering it
through the muiouis surfaces. Such
articles should never be used except
ou prescription- from reputable phy-
sicians, as the damage they will do i-
ten fold to the good yOUii 'an possibly
derive from them. Hall- atarrti
C('O re, iiiaiiufa.t tre. '>. .. .. t'en yV
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GERMAN KALM WORKS,
9,3 Nassau St., New York.


FANCY GOODS,


DR.


GOLDSTEIN


Is at the Oeala House and Can Be Consulted at

or in the Hotel Parlors.


Anyone Troubled With


R*m- 77


Their Eyes Should Avail Them-


selves of This Opportunity to Have Them Attended


to--Consultation


and Examination


Free.


China, Glassware,


Toys, Dolls,


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Shoe, Dry


Goods


):\ Notions Stock


is full and in'm plete. Price. the low-
est. A call and examination of our
stock will never be regretted.
I' 'L, 1 .T I/'ET.V I'.V A..- U /EI '.


I )on
f .rget


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South Side


Jerry

Burnett


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New Minister Called


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of Square.


The eye being a rather delicate organ, great care should-be exerci.-d ri
the selection of proper spectacles. Mauy people believe that spectacles should
te resorted to only wheu the sight becomes so defective as not to be able to do
without them. This is a great mistake which must be ,combatted. Whenever
there is unmistakable evidence of the need of their aid they should he un- l
A neglect of this rule sometimes produces mischief, whiih result- in erwou-
diseases if this course is persisted in.

THE EYE IN THE WINDOW OF THrE sO L-BEW 4RE: HOW


I01 'USE IT IND HIOW YOU' %BUSE IT.


W" heu should spectacles be used and tho-e in use be abandoned.
Ist. When you are olligea to move small objects to a con-iderat.. -.
tauce from the eye to see the-m distinctly.
,Ind. If you rind it necessary to get more light thar formerly. a-. '+r .,
stance, place the light between your eyes and the object.
;rd. If on lookingat and attentively considering a near obed' t it rie-
inllfused and appears to have a kinot of uiist before it.
4 h. W heni the letters ,f a boo' run together ai ;tleal; t i:v 0. ...
,or t(r-. i {.
rth. Itf th,* evet-:ti'e f-Ai-t edi, t'v a little exercise, so you ao' i, : a .,:*
t il lJ fr int 'i( ie il, iilet', t, i'etieii 'V tell by hlki gii at oti r ,. ;. t-
1) : I t. i I,'. ,',k [*o .-. ;at.( :tr i -;*' ,- a !_. c "y e ",r :i t':r ',,:tl (,' '. "


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Tailoring T


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I;' tile cow n-rl1.arv Is' '11- L hl

W tiller'. fr''rra ( eorg' 11"-w i it
.Aiarage.
Hall BrqvA, have t-wigh io1, 'te...'zpt'
-iie ititere.-t on the liilmwau ;.la,'..
atiown a" thievonvirt kcunup, live aid"e
x'est(of' this tolwn, mud have put firtv
c4miti'5its oil it to du (the wourk.
C.' T. ITra s ti'-itaing +Asr-e of the-
'mumi~serv busjne-s at Ellis~& 1rs.
lumbe'r mill at Sunmuiertleld. Meana-
whrile F Bogart is in charge of Nfi.

Mr. lFrrtiesh of C-kuLet.ticut, who,
with his f'anilk, ha. twt'u living l
Libby co' "age, has t'otught. tile lIo-4e
on thre oppositee skid. 4)1. the --rzcr '4
1, 2,l % #--ernsaJd Vet- Front,



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Don't Let Them Suffer.
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Salve healsth i.' aw 4or**". -x., sr.. .-
atiora, leaves the =-kit. with.ii i-'wr

*On eartLh za,4go4od.. J~rry i E4_"'u; i
anteed. O~nlyJ'' at AtLI?'-i\14'.I '
D~rug "'LEvre. -

1Mr Patterson will Preach Sunday,
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Stops, the Cough and Works OP t'he
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Geo.S. H8acer & S3o


Anotheer Suuddy Sermon.

-r ILIL brinsthei- '3r'wou-''by the

x 'I i.t'.L Ntili bt 4-)u a live, uJ"1V4.o
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Itti' pa jor w'5b'- it~tainstj ;tlj-tarUN!;vs-


i !hiat.-' :a.jth 't'i -tloniach trote l' Itialln all otlier 'mca :.es ctolubiu.*'d. F'romi ti 4-' r'3fr !t ;:4i.
1l ,s that tlihouand.-l peopa-le ar- -ul.uering from lieadaclee andt n,.rv' u-u .--'-
w io i t) nLot realhe that the cause is a detect or wealhiess in the ,-ye. I'hey
Smay have taken ntedi.-ine without getting any relief,'or they may have ur-
Srr. Thinking there i' ni, remwedv. All these cases can be p'rte'tly c'urel wi* h
S: that will c,.r!'t': th.l -rror in tLe eyes.
SNine out ,f tenn n",,t itted oy an experienced expert are not wear riK
, tries s ,ultable to t. ir eyvs, and it is a fact that there are a VStL number of
i*';. wlho have never enjoyed perfect vision and who are not yet aware of ri
O)f.ii t,." faculties Sight is certainly the noblest and of the greatest import.n,-.
It tiote be first in our *-are aind consideration, seeking to ,bltain '-Wurfrv
r. 'tliiiig vi.-ts io, prfventingj the torture from headache. nervou-ne-,. arrn-
r; ; toA( d bl>indnes by sec'uring the proper assistance of le.ses male ant! a -
.,ue !t- i LVy v'ientiic skill.


viel value (it' peife't-dv fitted glas.4es in reference to health cannot Ge *.e
tstinateti. Their Ollect upwj the n tervou-3 system is direct, through '.1, i Iti
re.'tiy 444511thle entire orgariisi. 'The nerves coimstitute the mo)st W' 'zislerful
telt.'lraphcii4 --ystem iw~iinj able, wi th direct wires frucu the seat )rt goverftin-"ut
the 11ruin i th ie remote parts o~f the anatomuy. The stomach i- Etie ra v~mn Cs:
battery. '1'br' ugh its funtie'rions 4)t' 4!igesdorageniertes ( lt- elt-4'tezeiviy %hitchl
SUIIIII is's tho eiervrs *waith vital eneer-' uees's-sary to eiAblsethit'iI.,r' rforzz: ijtv.
d u [I v. I'le'tn'ios'irj'- ai:- Lyeflit"FLed 1,3 the lung~s and thleatoIifi rs of '"r 1qlt-!er'
Theist--iet'tri.':tl ['sr.'' ai-w uta.'turesl anriditored illtlthe I fuel, -o th-fi en ill
th.-' TU It''l lrer'5')f' thil ie S4 IIaJ''Ii best'-- 111 fr-A'e1 ni izr l 'er ro i
work I ,et e-rer- 'nesviyh, ur-awne ()I1 tui'thr It~'~t'i ~e. I-.j.41r, 4 F!?
,,filllieit't. ills With Iti is rrspi I-'.-''r" 441sacarrsui s-s1 i zIr Ali--eIj i tat-le -11-,r.-2 ~,-
4,. i' lliit IV da '~l'1,41it '. ,v,:sA'rI,;IIps if.sn or, -. I f uo v roea-gom i:' ht i ; r-it
IW-11 t. A~ :01-' ti I H11l i'4414it .ht..'.L j. --4ee, otle 41 th v I:it r I'1 .

IA :t ni'' ''\ l i-'i5 !zct il.,-l r-W h 111v 7 1!

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We Want You To Be Satisfied
SAnd we are determined that you shall be, if good
" goods at living prices will do it We believe in
Small margins and often. Our claim is that for the
Same money we can and do give a better article for
Consumption. Compare our goods and prices side
- 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 .

F orWE ARE SELLING AGENTS
For KINGAN & CO'S "OLD RELTABLE" HAMS,
CHASE & SANBORN S FAMOUS COFFEES AND TEAS, -
_. ROYAL SCARLET CANNED FRUITS AND VEGETABLES,
^ ANDREW JER- & CO'S KREMO AND TOILET SOAPS,
FAIRBANK & CO'S GO)LDEN OOTTOT.FNE,
TETLEY Y TEAS, BASTINE'S EXTRACT, .-
BALLARD'S "OBELISK" FLOUR
BALADSooBEm-"FLU


ARMOUR & CO'S FERTTTiTERS,
SIn addition we hI le ha full aInd complete
(1 assortment of IEvar1)ted Firuits, reall
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Stides ill the eating" line. New arrivals:
S Early hIose). Ieauty Hehroii a1nd D)kota Red
Seed Irish P'otatoes, an11(d 1riglt cotton n Seed(
(l Il. 110riCte or all on us.
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