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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 31, 1902
Frequency: weekly[]
weekly[ former aug. 25, 1883-dec. 28, 1888]
daily (except sun.)[ former dec. 30, 1888-]
weekly
regular
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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: VID00625
Source Institution: University of Florida
Holding Location: University of Florida
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Resource Identifier: oclc - 18660476
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THE


OCALA


BANNER


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


ESTABLISHED 1866.


OCALA, FLORIDA, FRIDAY.


JANUARY 31. 1902.


DOLLAR A YEAR


MM)wr': THIS PAER tWILL.-irvr
FAWN AT THE FFICT OF THF KANI WHO
IMASUI.IKELV ANIO WITHOT"T MERIT
=&fAcUK)TIME T*PP OF THE HILL,; NOR
WILL IT KICK THE MAN WHO IS OOINO




10r. J '. 4;ISakin, of Dunuelloui, was
In(tak 0aaWednesday.
Dr. Alt Ababire, of Belleview, Was
ni the 'aty Monday
It too now a rgood Uuae toj white wash
fcuee..sand 'utttuilding'*.
4. are-eram~ np.-.f Altlimoi. i- a re-
-.taL arrival arrival ini towti.
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Wfiii'v the 1a-t I will sellj'edzireed
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Mr J. M..%Ielffert is putting up. an
additional limit' kilti n his' property
,%ear tbt city.
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Lucian L. Knight is going from the
editorial sanctum of the Atlanta Con-
stitution to the Presbyterian pulpit.
The editorial manctum of the average
newspaper is becoming all sort of a '
teacher.
We are in receipt of a very pleasant
souvenir from Mr. A. Wronker, who
is now residing in Rochester. N. Y.,
Mr. and Mrs. Wronker still keep up
their interest in Ocala and Ocala
people.
You should know that Foley's
Honey and Tar is absolutely the best
for all diseases of the throat and
ig.ng.. Dealers are authorized to
guarantee it to give satisfaction.
Anti-Mouopoly Drug Store. ni
Dr. Howard anwI Mr. Howard, of
< campaign, Ill.. father and brother
of Mr. E. M. Howard, of this city. ar-
rived in Ocala Sunday aud will be his
guestsfor -everal weeks. Dr. Howard
i- a prominent physician of illinois.


Dr. W1. R. o. Veal. of < ottoin Plant,
and Dr. Lisk. <,f onner, were in
i-cala Wedne-day. They are two of
the oldest practicinggphysicians in the
county and from present appearances
both tid fair for long and u-eful
live-.
Capt. James 4'ribbztt, formerly a
prominent citizen of this county, was
in town Monday and left Tuesday
morning for Largo, his new home in
Hillsborough county. He has been
spending several days at Cotton
Plant.
The Ocklawaha avenue sidewalk ia
froat of the rectory and the residence
of T. B. Suyder has been thoroughly
repaired, and it is hoped the good ex-
ample will be followed by the other
residents of that beautiful avenue.
The Shieldts Bros-, trl k bicyclists,
who gave a free exiteition in front of
the ('eala Houste Tuesday, in a hat
c1oilect ,loi raieit the t uu ,,- a :7',5.
l'itt '- rwt,i h lhinga.- kltl'\Vlit "h '\V
t. dl "t 'lty :have\ tia:tl ,artr i;

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ari-,e r'v n deratige t' Ifu'ti..' t 4 .te
It ver. 1lear the '..Jte at police with
lierbi ti e, r pa it will ~reui tlen ti :-'.e
l iver t. withdraw. i fr'u i l' ati,* .
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Col. Dick Harrison, advance repre-
sentative of the Spooner Dramatic
Company is in the city and will re-
main several day@. They will play a
week's engagement, at popular prices,
commencing Feb, 3 with Nell Gywne
as the opening bill. A nightly change
of program is promised.
Frank Treadwell, Bennett, Ia., wa
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 Core and a one dol-
lar bottle cured me." Anti-Monopoly
Drug Store. m
Dr. J. W. Castel, Dunnellon's promi-
nent druigist, passed through Ocala
Friday enroute home from Jack-
a)nville were he has been in attend-
ance on the MaNsonic Grand Lodge.
He reports one of the most successful
and interesting meetings of this or-
ganitation.


In pulmonary trouble, th- direct
action of Iallard's Horehound Syrup
upon the throat, che-t and lungs. im-
mediately arrests the malady, by re-
lieving the distr.ws, cutting the plegm
and freeing the vocal and breathing
organs. Price 23 and fifty centl.
Anti-Monopoly Drug Store. m
The Ocala Daily Banner, though
less than two weeks old, was forced to
come out in enlarged form yesterday
morning, and its second Sunday is-
sue was a highly creditable one. Frank
Harris improved the opportunity with
another of his inimitable "sermons."
-Ocala Correspondence Jacksonville
Metropolis.
An appreciated caller of the office of
the O()ala Banner Tuesday was Mr.
W. T. Forbes, one of the solid and
substantial farmers near Anthony.
Mr For'bes killed over tifty hogs this
-ta'-W iant is ia -reat believer in the
4 I.al:t ,oldl ,tr.gie. Like .'iost 'the'r
.. < itize, Mlarion le is a -trong
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it. t.n, .. *ity is in t lee.r tw, r

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t i..s t:1 vt% ii .1")ci trp01t,
I.a.,t fWeek, b ociml Malitties endede
w aith ve mui''hasa ilzIg of them all,'
!-%atur'Iay night, aL tbe Uc.~aift HonMe
ht he Piro~f. -N.rthoua'atu tertui lied
oVer siity chjireu with a very swell
4 $ Lcy'. There wer-ie a numuber eu
yuuii- vi-iton Irv ;,reIeL and sotUW us-
p.eciahly grmc#ful fanc'v dances cx -
tc Ut,-d. NMnyimvILpoI-taut Social futij--
tIiou.4 lave occurred iu the Ocala
hiou-se- par]4mrtpbut Lnone equaleti last
Light. It :wemedi as though fairy-


Saturday. February 15, there will be
drawn thirty jurors for the spring
term of our circuit court which con-
venes in Ocala March 1S. The of-
ficers charged with the duty of this
drawing are the clerk, county judge
and sheriff.
'his paper having been denied the
privilege of admission through the
United States mail as second class
matter our exchanges must content
themselves with the weekly edition
until we can fully comply with the
condition softhe presscensor at Wash-
intton.
The Times-LUnion and Citizen of
Tuesday contained the sad intelli-
genee of the death of .Mr". R. W. Da-
vis, wife of 'ongressman Davis, '.vhiivIt
,",'urrei ill \Washington ('ity last Sun-
dlay nii i.lit. She- was a woman of l ove-
ly chara'tter andi tti people o'f tihe
\vti;h "tate-y !nil'atIii w iti t] h 1 .1-"
l.a1d i. li t-,reave nlenl .
"'I'l,, v* rnmti'ile ts i 1; i i,(. -~:;lt p- ss .' n -
tinrl;.; w l.r i^'ih ily pui i,:atilii
laiv **e n -.',- e aii' l r:ift 'railnt as a!.
U '.w-'"r ,i" ru'.et I:i tlii a ri r l"!,o r
,:v:'t" 'i tiller, iit -- i e ';i inlit one tltistle
- II rtr H ,,' i .' t Fr ti rl" o<.n
v i :tiid w'ar'itllh e' feelilir v sii.ill
al w a Wt'litertail" : a t ,'i, 'ai lv, '1r il'
i'fi ttliren ,f the' pre'--.
1 r. .,hd -te i 1i1, tlh e o p ti, .r ia l -,t. !
wiil "ePiiati i! ()e'O a la ll'1Vy until n-xt
-4aturdiay light hie leaves then to
meet otiter engag imenllt-. If vyo need
the -ervi:'es of a tman ,who Ian fit you
with glas..ses that will help ini-tead t f
ilijiiriig 'iyouri eye-. ese eDtor ;("old-
"teiin. Hi- charges are moderate anid
his kill :arii ability uli'i'e'-.tillted.
Wit -e 4 t,'al, HouIsc.


4 rW.'[i.SvereUtlrv I' tattl, in] the
Yntiieof -. ~ilitCali Long l'r#--
.t4ii'e'l ttio Ow talte ofh- Floii'la thrlough
;e) e-ir oi'r.Je I I uinxI I a I)',i! Ia III Iit If? )
the .Shiitvv ti.1niiiei patrifot W11"c-vi-vedl
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to1e:0l1 te1U.-i if)the !bar *mi" Ctimes

dIetci.1L i Itvily riif Ai.ItI will ,1f-)nuhtJ#c-s
tengage in, active Fmnct:ii hen)r !1
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liijanI(of the loh!irfl eo ,fuiity cimIilis.
folI. Aitru-4 eaeu~xity. sa rjs
the St41" Diea.. _vr. ma:-sen i- !atrong~-
ly intereeted in having all his~omntv'
eo.mivtt1-4 ptA to wo~rk )on the -p&QI i
roads anil i-iii Oteai'a for the pu 'pnse
v:* S~eVU411lg n1eessarWy iwp0(.lean-nts and


TO THE PUBLIC.

We understand some:oue i% trying
to imitate our

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for chill and fever.
This is a poor way to do business:to
say the least of it.
When you try to imitate another
preparation it is the strongest endorse-
ment you could give it, in the eyes of
all intelligent people. land [I hope the
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,r .chill :ned fever, and accept un< sulb-
-titte. Yours respectfully,
Nl.IN ite'i.l ., D u r ('o.,
IMot'ticell,,, Florida.
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t'i! I' ,ltol!,.e Drug Stor .,
Ait i-.1,, ,oliiy Drtig Store.
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OCALA


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Northwast Corner Public Square.


Furniture


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BEST BREAD
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i whioliesome. A ftw slices ')uttered is a
Mme.41 in it-eif and almost as nutritious
as meat.
Orders for Bread. etc., can be more
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CHERRY EXPECTORANT


For Coughs,
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Ocala Banner has muate its appear-
&nlee anid has been~t greeted wi th matiy
sincere anti tdeserved c(ompbiii~ieut-. .It
Ipr4'imises to givet TeItowe( imlpettus to
tile material interest,, of that thriving
city, anti eteerives the liberal patron-
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O)CALA. FLORIDA. FRIDAY. JANUARY :;;, 1 'I-.


DOLLAR A YEAR.


THE UNITED STATES COURT.


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Sixth and Last Day of the Ocala Term.
Stickney Indicted.
The mo-t important news in the
court Friday wa. the indictment
of Jacob Israel, formerly assistant
po tmaater at Orala. It wa- believed
that these cases had been settled by
the first report of no tru,- bills but it
f-,erm,- that the matter was again con-
sidered.
Thei bond fl,o .o, on which are M.
Fi-hel, B. rtineauer of O'ala, anid A.
K I.i-,u if Ja,'k-,nviile, wa- con tin-
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The ino-t unllp'rtant dev.-lopment of
the day \.as the return by the grand
.;ury .*f a true l,:1! in the case of I. A.
Stukneuy. of Orala. formerly asmi~taut
.o'"e.t<,r of internal revenue. The
ehatge wa.: embezzlement and the
am luut -wperiv id in the in(di-Ltment
wa-, le-s than $I+'.
SenttenOe' were imposed onl various
,4'1(ri;,,-d i rethren w!,, had been c ou-
v t,, of illu tal l.iuor !'-I1innt The
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office of the First assistant postmaster
general conveyingg to him the very
pleasant information that the post-
nmaster general has iksuedt an order
for the establishment of a free de-
livery -ystenm :it O-ala, beLin ning
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ree delivery ?y-teni he will bear in
mind that it ia not the intention ,of
I the department to extend the free die-
livery to outlying and sparsely ,-et-
tied portion.- of the city.
He i- informed that letter box "s,
postal -traps anid atchels have lbeen
ordered and lie is in.truited., a dlay
or two before the -ervie i- inaugu-
rated, :,, lIave the boxe- located.
Th-,-arrier- ani -ub-titute carrier
:are required to ,t, : n iit n,-i ity
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STREET FAIR FOR OAILL

Special Meeting of Council-Ocala
Rifles to Share Proceeds.
A called meeting of the city council
was held last night to consider the
proposition of the ecala Ititles and the
Cincinnati Carnival company for a
street fair in Oeala February 1S, to 22,
inclusive.
The carnival company : desired the
exclusive privileges for a portion of
the streetss around the .-luare. with
the exception of the north side, and
guarantee-l not, to interfere with traf-
ti,- :ain to ,nly rin-sent un bhjeetitinable
-!r.w-. Thuly ist--ire I ,.xeniption front,
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S;' "a. i-r ti \\ hil. in that ,'ity
ir. r.nti. ,. attorney ft'r the lPort
Inizli- Terminal ( onipany, appeared
ixefore the -enate el'inmittee on river.*
and harbor-, and made a f arcible pres-
entation of the :laim- of Prt fnglis
for government assi-taine in deepen.
ing the channel. The company ha.s
already expended over $10),0j.C) in
the work without government assist.
an,'e and it is believed that with the
facts now before them the committee
will recommend an appropriation,
Mr. *.reen also prepared a printed
statistical report supplementing his
oral argument. I apt. .John I.. ngli.
went ,,n to New York from Washing-
toi but wi!l return t, Florida Idurinii
tihp w.(-K
To Remain Till Saturday Dr. Gold-
steinm. the Occulist. Likes Ocala.



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St,, *-'ii+tt'- imiI.-. aii'l atr'e 1o(W t i eI-
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I'l,,.lpuhatt, ,.o)inaoly. la. been or-
Z:;iarf,',t a14l extensive property near
I kertianoh,. in Citr u-,''Trinty, <)btaitied.
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THE OCALA BANNER. ereo fr us to take another
1TH' glimips of it, we would see that great
'chantr.s had oeulrred.
FnAS nA RIS, Eiter. If it were po-.ilble to pAi-p in on it.
-"ay in the tpatriarn:hial 'lay' of AlAra-
l till, l-aa,' ;ttiil Jaf t,, *>r in1 t{ 1 ,i:(. -
of I>Avid anl '!mn> we .V'uidl !e
Stho-e ,.hoseni -ervants.t of r(.ai, having
a dozen or more wivt- atnl any I.nni-
'\ *j^" ^tt ^ !' :er of coiieuoine+,.
SIt was tile eu-t of tlt-e timee, andl
whatever we may think of it, the favt
1 nevertheless remains, ifnot iju-titied,
-T -RV it was at lea.t tolerated and atoned of
MOITT: I'TE BANNER, BELIEVING ;d
TH"IFr> AT THE TOP WELL ABLE TO";
E AT oR TOP WHEMSELL., HAST But in the growth, development and
rAKE CARE OF THEMSELVES, HAS B
IAKIN ITS STAND IN THE HARMR- refiltuwrent of the human race, thinin
ADE WI In THE cOMMON PEOPLE, have changed, we think they have
(iI II -HI.IT WILL KE MAI'h FOR grown mere lovely and ;,. v't, and the
rIl IBETTFRMEN-T OF THOSE AT TIlE
SBTT ET O THOtos and habits of the people that
prevailed then could not and would
not be tolerated for a niLment now.
m -,"@daly Imlfi.
THE OCALA DAILY BANNER'S SUNDAY If Abraham. Isaac Jacb, David or
.oloimon .should reappear upon tht-
s .earth and pick up the threads of life
where they left them off, resuming the
nt ..' :.t aa Th, r- a-, n -c:;. ':r: self-same practices and indulgencies,
-, : ,- -a n a 7'i r- in-. ,i they would lind themw-elves out of all
..!ti-d <.ft! thr e-, ;I: ae k:i t h. '-w'lt i nieml.
. aa ann.-,.:. harmony with our civilization, their
d. r1 / -' p" ad/. h ( 0'" -'..ai customs repugnant, to our religion and
.-I'unta Gorda Herald. in violation of our laws, and they
If the Bible story of creation be true, would be compelled to find lodgment
aud it were possible for us to be car- in our penitentiaries and chain gangs.
ried back into theearly beginning and Yes, yep. At that age of the world


behold life as it was lived in those the husband had the, right to as many
first years of creation, what picture wives as he wanted and like a child
would greet our eyes! with a toy could cast them aside at
We would see fathers giving their his pleasure.
daughters to their sons in marriage. The whole world was a I'tah and
What more! every husband a Brigham Young.
We would see fathers taking their The woman was a slave, a mere
own daughters to the marriage bed. burden-bearer. She did not even p'w-
The spinning wheel, the shuttle and seas the right of protest
the loom had not yet been invented. The only rights the wife enjoyed was
and the inhabitants of the earth, in the right to work and the right to
tropical lands, were wearing only the obey.
modest fig leaf for a covering, and in Travwling on down to a later period
molder zones, the skins of animals and -to the times* recorded in the New
the barks of tree@. Testament scriptures, what dol we
The stove, the chimney place, with find'
the swinging crane, the bedstead and, We find woman occupying a posi-
spring mattress, soap. and other tion far below man in the social and
articles of household luxury, virtue intellectual scale.
and neces-ity, were not then dreamed Even Mary, the mother ..f Jesus,
4f, and husbands and wives, fathers turned from residence and inn, had to


and mother., sons and daughters, give birth to the S.on of Good in a
brothers and si-ters, slept upon the manger.
ground. huddled promisc.uouAly to- We find recorded in the New Testa-
ether, on leds made of imo.- and inent such pas-ages as the following:
leaves, for all the world like the big '1e l
and little piggies of our day. ..re c ,":., .'i t ::" :
The government was a theoeratcv. "I the % .i r-, ah:.- .t -k:r
And although under the dire. t and t ,I.,:. :-: :,.. t -. \:" 14.
immediatee guidance of the Crea'or. '' ',-'
the conditions then prevailing would ;, ,,:,' :... : : ... -
not be tolerated for a moment lnow. : "
Why ?' *: .
BHeau.e conditions have chaaeI.
Anld in saying this we are in nwo :' : a ni,.
-eun-a. theological or otherwise. rel-el- .L--t ....
hiou.-, diso.ledient ,or-unlellevi nz. -
We are simply taking an inventory .
,of tlit world as it gradually evolved .... ........... -
an'l developed frolim er t. liii-ei .
iv\'t'i.'-. W\'hat wa- i liA n cll Z 'ail-.-c t~lat -, |
Th tte arc 1t, l o ,int- f -flii l.trit l,,i ti be! t- tit. '1,t11a4i ;i -!l,'.,'ti,,i a t- -
l..-twee.i the -.'alety of thl y .:t: 1. : -,:vB..- ti, i t- vitil a(f t,:&!''-
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century.
Promiscuous and poligauous living
are not suited to the society of the
twentieth century, and the protection
and purity of the home, the exalta-
tion of the wife, and the elevation of
society, demand the laws that now
grace (not disgrace; our statute books.
When, for example, the husband
becomes an adulterer, a libertine, a
wife-beater, a drunkard, a vagabond
a degenerate, an imbecile. a maniac,
or incurably insane, the dignity and
honor of the wife, the purity of the
home, and the welfare of society,
the physical and intellectual well-
being of the race, demand protection
and deliverance, and although not
even the first of these otTeuses is given
as a ground for divorce in the New
Testament, it, as well a- the other
things enumerated, are recognized a-
proper and precautionary grounds for
severing the marriage relation in all
lands, heathen and ('hristian, and it
is done not to weaken iut to strenzth-
ell the home and to lieet the better
conditions as they exist in this period
of tit, world 's pnzre--- andi for which
it is largely indelbta-d to these -elf-
-amne humane law--.
The world Inovs-. and the .eti-
enit.ral Iun-ti yi.-ti to thl, practical.
It i,4 mol vitng a!, i. *,n i.roal>i,-r anl!
\v-falii tieli, "e :.al' g nocle-i at hi,a'atil
n1i power can '.ay ior -i%:e.I- it" pr, i.


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HA RDW ARE.

ri> l+,.a ,Av it \vin H- 1 I)S l AG. I('t lT'l'l l .l- 1 .1 I 1-


Within this very year the women
of this country, the devoted litniltlit-r-
of the Meth,.,ii-t chu.': ., that ow.- r-
ful spiritual at!nd pioneer oranii/'tti.'ti
whi,. i1 .. lh-t ; < t!Ow way tihro .iuh
fr ~t :tl. i H i i !'l' l1te over i't *' "
tai r. a--... :"'.rini privat:;',-. ,n-
durin-a hari-hip- aw'l irA-vi;;g dal-
g-r-, t. let idn the ieght o.4 thei wonrI a,
the Soni of God: we renia':: in pa,- '
ing that th, noill e -l w iiien i .f tIlii-
chbur'h have ju-t won a creat vr,'ry
and art. now accorded rights to -eat-
in the general conference of that body
and their voices are unw heard int
choir and pulpit and she is c ionis-
sioned to go anid preach the gn-pel of
her Lord anid Master to the i.pri-hing
of ear:b, and it i- to her loyalty, dIl-
votion, eiithlu-ia-m and c.o,!i.eration,
more than to it.- ale in'ril irs, that
the church is ,o largely iudebite-l
for it- u.iefulune!s. it- -treugthi. it!"
grandeur and its' lihf-.
SHow we dare '
liecause coinditiol'n l:tve cliangedi.
No part of the world .tand- -till.
The religions habit, ts e a-tTie a- the
social customs of th. people, are un-
dergoing constant ebhage.
What is suited for one century i-
quite intolerable and unbearable to
the next .,r some other succeedjug


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PLANET .I:.il: <>VE I 1.

TIVAVD ros..\i~l. K IN i -

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HEATERS. GRANI'IT

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BOLTS. ROPES. P'(I.I.FY-V

BLUE FLAME ill, ST*#VE.-


LARGEST STOCK-LOWEST PRICES

Hubbard & MacdufT, Ocala, Fla.


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Women as Well as Men

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Nfr.. ra-iut n v ;la t -'k 1r. n
la irt' bar A i!-nnL.ny ofi1i4h le rca-en.I

jeur~l~tt..ei f ti I, -~-tt.- -nure rtor i '-i


In Memoriam.
Mr. 1..lbt. I'..Ntle''WeI l, 1Oha-
L~ i n Mar;iion~uzity fer the !-
I. ~ ~ ~ n rt-~ er uiwa- w,11 knoiot
t re v :iy ll tht- ,1414-r ('iti/.-'B- 4 ,'t~
e-ivUirty. pa-,,-! iro-in thli- 1if, into th*-


i-,a.1*Ejeo ahIi- t11I- lAv:t"- futt-rred i~i
III+. f~tnifly iurla! .'eK -n i pac.
1,114-fii.1-ratl -er l ..*- .- ''7' lUe'tt I
t-v Mill- t11.. t-Prt--i-N~t. riua han-
:-'er :it "'1i-at-oy.

l~in iii "etkx (4:rolitihi lie caliit.-too
l"o' rita with Ili- Iar-tift-; wlic-u :ii
a r i- an' Iat i hokeegi ti zingof the war
en Iis~ts"I veol t ntarili- in l'-'ar,. tj'!
-,ifll oauy V rointh!- thi'0uhnty. mulitgave
1;4,ur yeasJ -,f f'jthfulk -rvii..' in the
4 confederatee caut- and wasa ffr a long
tinuei'olor l'.*:trer of hi:.touipaiiy.
H-e wa.; highly es.teetled and lionored
by Ofl hi- oftheers anti eonirades. -No
( 1, nfetlerte -tolrier ever hlad a Ltetter
fi Iwtner war ree4)rti. Aftter !he war
W:-A-endedA&he returned .lto Marion
A,to,'ijty fr#eni Virginia whert- lie ren-
:rtei l Ji ix.t wulitary -rvi.-e- andt
Ii v-A here th.- rertuaii~lo-r of lhi-,Ilire.
Iin 1-7-- he unitt- hiini-elf with th~e
B~aptist ehiureh andil .-'ver ino'.' has
fully livte.1 up tothe tire'ritr*-uipiit- 'of
that aot. He ae.-epttei the Rili-! for
fIj* 21ii'Ie. flul~tie hi!- hopt-- tupon -t
hig~he-r p. 'w-r than this 'orle1 oniflot
!-=ure aid Ii v.-e a life- that eouhldfnot
* riI i t' -vii 'V w. 'r!-, ~ent-.
1K *-rv .'w~ho)-ev.-r h ad d'eai inly-
u vh hirll 'IAI' ')l otly-pt-'ak a
l, rnlfi- himi. whi-tho-ir th.-ir trai:-a*-
1i t e- w.-'re great o'r -uaV. If+-' dIied


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LIVER, KIDNEYS and BLOOD kept in good condition by using


DR. THACHER'S LIVER AND BLOOD SYRUP
Yes, druggists have it, 25 and 50 cents.


Anent Mr. Wartmann's Resolsation.

;- all r'.zht a:* far a- I t ozo hIt
1-oet z-e;'Or .ICi~h thue
it *e i. 4 i I-eiM1r. .-.';. T. S -tru uk and

Iiie' ~a. IZtilt- -tate lands W".
haid to- ~l'l.'th~irty thiOiz~atnd 4.rti-

whlCichro-efuirt ei four nin-ii to work to
R4 at IvaIita "Ir. Sistruzik and _MIr.
Tlii~rr'ieac futi~ela tmat', and
they thte~i-.-'Ivt- worked until ifter
inje~~rl fr all ,[f tljij work. tIt I ey
mwade no, ejiarize- and '! Foeeive'41 it PAY?
whC.l 1r\,iUte-iand lI were t* -ill.
I.lY po-l-..rw iii~l isnr otb'-lalduties'.
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If Banner Salve
vj v 4 1: 're- i:.e*r jIe w4 on e ef y'
W.tin'l It i., the F ,[I-l' eal
in- m.n-:t. 'ti-Me)Uelipoly Drug

A Prominent Visitor.
Mr. J. .J. Lutfnia'- 'of riuer Farin
near Anthony wa~ii in townv Tuesdiay1
M r. Lutllzan i!. not only a reniarkably
8ue'.'e-gfuI frni-r mild true-k glowerI
but is deeply tintvreterh in educational
ma tter4.
He i- t ,e:m up,,rvi,4of orthe 4 iviner
Farm *-hnol and report, its great ping-
reks and the gratifying fact that the
presentL teacher. Mis_-Mattie Laynie.
Of Ot'ala is giving Sp)ecial sati-faction.
Mr. Lvtfinaii intiorais tu that Huloo
lumn Jou",~ Cha, Luttuman and him-.
.welf %4iii thigilge largely in thle ran-imtar
of watterinolowl'i and .'aualoupt-os aud
tilat lii" ueighhors. 4. '. NMNurph v and
WVill ~eartboro [1h, will LZ') inl largely
for -trawberrie-.
N'. r eso. DaniilIL lts
',-TvDaghter had a --ever,- attack of
la grit-p.- anid a terrible cuotLi mettlt'd
on lit-r ltz.We tnec! la ureat. niany
reni-edit.- \4 thi',it i ivili rt i&1.4.Shte
titt reHie. i* .- n.-'v.- Tar !w0i'
tro'z.'led viHI a *.killi th'. A'I-


m ajor K.'-u.t w* !ht kna1's It S r, i

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Fole'S h ny and T.I I

cures Cnlds, Prevents pneumonia.


JAPANESE


PILE CURE


BANNER SALVE is the Creat Healer.
For ali y Ant -MlonoApoly io )nI St I?*r*




Nine=
Nine- HiERBINE.

Tenths r

of Pure Juices from Natural Roots.

all the D'IGULATES e Liver, Stemachand Bowels,

People S Cleanses th System, Purifies theBlood.

Suffer pUBES iaia.. iiousness, Constipation,

from a ; Ie r mk ah and impaired Digestion.

I Diseased ,r -T teed to S6Ie Satisfncti.,

I Liver. c-'..s.
. ..... r-. F..ES BALLARD. St. LCuis. Mo,

For sI-- by Anti-Mon. pol D)rug Store





CGUBA LANDS FOR SALE
TITLES PERFECT'

IN RACGTS TO SUIT PURCHASED


CLOSE TO V.A-RI-DD RUWS Th'OLGH 'HE h

Terms 10 Per Cent. Cash- S an Acrre Per Month For Bal.!nce.




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THE AMERIGAN LAND G(LONY

Prado 126, Havana, Cuta.





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A!so Successor to Yankee Novelty'Works


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Life at Ocklawaha.


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a -aizi, and is ofling ull hi, guni and
r- -1to tkurpam all bunters atid fisher-
-0 All 011the like thi- -*a-mi-i
'tI r". Huogerford awl \IMr-. l'aliner,
tlif New York~are ~i:-idoitnicjeled
V.Z the Atuasktthv~ncn House for tile
a ier.
MIrs I.irnito, of l1i1it ]itosti, k isr-itijg
---!- daughter, 'Mir- 4 .. J ri.e.
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3a~v, ;.enui11e. It i!- takeii internally
anor:uade ill"1441etl4s. Ohiho. by F. J.
Ecieney & ob. Tt-tinisu&fia1- free.
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Ooings at Siver Springs Park.


Saturday the Last Day


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DR.


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GOLDSTEIN


Is at the Ocata tlouse and Can Be Consulted at Room 77


ill the jiiaIltr v *:11141 I' :11,41 aplxoti


mlcihil- for i lit vii w-,tu~itl'


Mtiartel wa'~i-;mide I.1 4,\: i. 'i~('lark
A iifIl Oft-Ia~'S H I'I 14 1 :' I q'#'. W iI eit'llW II
tl I. 11.41 v -I 't rf- 4i s1.*4 d i 4l'


To Cure a Cold in One Day


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And Our Catefronia Neighbors are
Also Catching It.




ilia fire gettill. tv al) I11k v wtI If


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or in the Hotel Parlors.


Anyone Troubled With Their Eyes Should Avail Them-

selves:of This Opportunity to Have Them Attended


to--Consultation


Geo. S. 8laoer& Son


and E\amination


Free.


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IPurchia'.eouri' iak'. whIic'h we
G guarantee T-'itpt'rior to inv
So1( u~bl hI. andI 'Hi.'ri-f P
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tite --welceot im (t'j ri qulcr '.44tmcl- 4 e Matsy j iot-ie Io l t' thatx Is ..itatt~- stwuiild
tue~~ .eaitdt5(ti tlei s 4g~ t'ti& 4 -Livteti as' no'4uit t 1445.4'able to d,
lwitimut t leien. 'fills s a great mitax ~ ke which must bje oainibteutte. Whteneve-
there ik umn istakalile eviililene ofthIle Ineedt oft'their 4aid41they shistu III t u. letu
AX neglect tot'thIii srule s i) et init- 'l iinitices misfIi~e I w lii li r-nt-iii& serisim-







...~'1 YOU\'4aINE 1Ij's ll ANID ~ 114514'I'.i 14% YOU ABUSE I'l.:s 4 I
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Ifl= 44- 5Il ..*deeply delored4 1C. lie
*'~~~~~ ()pt '~i4.4.i tjlave 4m11 the It'iw'iIl
..'I -" .'erl a lent~ilte do-iniocats
ag:2sI tt'.tiit 11iil*he reiiw- o#f governi-
ment iinh-7, I4v was again ele'vated to
tied '~the Iwnehi :niti hel' the place from I =.:;
'liattwitil I s7. A -illuprigzht judge
and lie rfsl i r -4 :'tile full bibhje-al


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E EXPERIECE
TFIADE MARKtS

DESIGNS
Anyone sendtIng RahtI'tch and d.'scrij.i :"nm myt
quls-klv ,tseertmtin i r .". si tminfree w whether aii
sInivelt "In s4lyci iiiertst.I1tuab ra ii 's .rt
Mset fre'e. 4 4Idest awiesicyfur,.'trr -ov rma paoTei4.
P:-tieitq taken Vtltrii m 3utin & c4 u.i-!
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Live CcaJs.


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i.44 lv ii [on tixt(,hitit'e ThilI14 le 114r4'e" 44it'title' the Iliiit A4-nd4t-rt'u
li If'-- F11,1114 te 1 j11 aI'4jit.Ah Ialt-, wil~ l Iirt-*s't '%ire- fuit, it tIhe -vak it ofgove'4rn mv4'iA
14,iW I Z401 14o 'u1h via:- fuu!,l~.'h I li 5 hire aiat'j)mv .4"I't"M ls 'l 'ttet .tn'

I Ius';i '' I.. .et:tt1 h.Ii u~r :and l livatowll- o 'f 4)111 1.4,i4'1'
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HARDWA RE



Sash and Doors,


Farming Tools,


READY MIXED PAINTS, ETG
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-addl, now all the shapes and mali-.-

in different grades and prices,


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H POOR TEA BEARS A C. &S. MARK.
Here is what Chase & Sanborn say of their Tea importation for the last
_- six months, ending January ist, 1902---and not one pound of poor tea:

S31,188 Chests = = 1,422,880 Pounds.
Q_()UALITY Is sure to be appreciated. We are their selling agents and -
Guarantee Every Pound of Tea or Coffee bearing their signature to -
be as represented. Price for good quality not any more than you
would have to pay for a poorer grade. .
^ USE THE BEST!3

Have You Tried-^-
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S"ROYAL SCARLET" BRAND
Canned Fruits and Vegetables? If not, get a can of each of the different
-1 kind of Veoetablles and try them. You will hfnd that they are as near
S l- perfect as can be put in a can. Compare them with any other so-called
: best can goods by opening them together, emptying the contents in a
bowl or dish, then you will be able to see that their claim for superiority .
b is justified besiesides the rice is as low as any. It is economy to use the
__ best, and doubly so, when price is no mnre.
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IWE CARRY A FULL LINE GROCERIES
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