Group Title: Ocala banner (Ocala, Fla. : 1883)
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: February 14, 1902
Frequency: weekly[]
weekly[ former aug. 25, 1883-dec. 28, 1888]
daily (except sun.)[ former dec. 30, 1888-]
weekly
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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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Bibliographic ID: UF00048734
Volume ID: VID00627
Source Institution: University of Florida
Holding Location: University of Florida
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Resource Identifier: oclc - 18660476
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-tr' itt- atil brui,,e*. For u~'* in such
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many years been the constant favorite
family remedy. Price, !5 and So etls.
Anti-Monupoly Drug store. m

Mr. 'barles \V. Seabold, president
of the Hagerstown spoke and Bend-
ing C'ompany., will be in Ocala in a
few days. Mr. ,eabold is on a pro%-
po'ting tour and will in all pronobility
'ocate a supply plant in this vicinity.
Mr. T. W. Lutz is the effl,'ient acting
arent of the company in thi, state.

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this city, where h- re.,-ide-i fr several
years, cam up from his" new home
Rundavy, ad returned Tuesday. He is
in charge of the Manatee Steam Laun-
dry and reports that section on a
boom. He says the early shipment of
vegetables has already commenced,
and that quantities of lettuce, celery
and cabbage are being marketed.
rei'-nt <;dit-kill, wh'. won so
mu,'li appiiu-t' a.- the |pr-.idini ge-
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1t *,j1'i aii tiri .'.4,It: :tti-.'.i r 1 i tile
:ftlirti-mtive .A- u.ual, she expeteS to
capture first pr:ze..
Winter coughs are apt to result in
consumption if netzlected. They can
soon be broken up by using Foley's
Honey and Tar. Auti-Monopoly Drug
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The mardi gras supper given by the
ladies of St. Margaret's <4uild, at the
armory Tuesday night, was success-
ful, and was -reatly enjoyed by the
large crowd who attended it. The
evening closed with % dance upstairs
in Prof. Northcutt'- darning ela.es
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anve of other suiles peit-ple.
In severing bi .*4 vptnection with this
offle e, Mr. ('haille Carrie 9 with him
the full conti Jenoe and esteem of the
managers and of the entire office foree
as well am their bs.4,wi-hes fiur a large
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N created one quarter of the excitement
that bas been caused by Dr. King's
New Discovery for consumption. Its
severest tests have been on hopeless
victims of consumption, pneumonia.
hemorrhage, pleurisy and bronchitis,
thousands of whom it has restored to
perfect health. For coughs, oolds,
asthma, croup, hay fever, hoarseness
and whooping rough it is the quickest,
surest eure in the world. It is sold by
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partiality of an upright judge. He
lays no claim to eloquence and nakes
so showy spurt., but pursues the even
tenor of his way, relying upon undis-
puted fact clearly presented to insure
convictionn and gain his point."
Atteetie,. Eatiaes ft the Earth!
The United States is still directly
iU the swim a.' a big dealer in real
es.att. \We are soon to celebrate our
bis pIurcbase from Napoleti, aItI have
just concluded a deal with Holland for
the Dauish West Indies.
We own twelve tundredi islanl.', in
the I'lailippineo. We own the Hawai-
Ian islands at a half way stopptimg
pla'P. antI tiio r isse'-sioni O<1 thli- t .t-
titnt-t reach from the Mexi-. sta al-
mte to thile north e. .Ay ileipttlil-
*oU- IlatinIt H istliiI t.- tlis',oI', of aO y
ul1 -I!:tiIl. htiiarv i' tt- leri.., or txteiiit
vtol.' iti,41L, ,-'.tiit I i :l k r t-aoy Iur.hlia-.cr
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States huy ilatili ratht r I thtn .e-t-
thetl ithli r lby war r Ii>,l.,inl:t.y it I,'
all I ,ht, aMnd IIwe don't 01 i -ct t, it aL'
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Maud S~up IL"ri-Ade. Iit itiber tlit-ga bp lwt s and
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El. PTTM MERSM.

A Floridain Who Was Distingushed in
the Civil War.
The I'nited DaughterQ of the ('On-
feieray recently held their annual :
.,t*nvention in Paltks, and the lIele-
gate" were entertain-.', y the Pattoen
Andlerison Chapter of that city. Thtret.
ha.'s been enquirie" mai'le a- to who4)
Gen. 'Patton Andlr-on wa..
First of all, P'atoni Atlder-oi wa. a
S..,ali-ir in the .Mexi'-an war. At the
-en 'l il f of thl- -war letweetn the .-t'tte-
lhe- wmS -l-t-t el t- it" firs' ('Co i'.-,lt.r.it-

itIIau- ur:t!.l.ln !: .il& t l-lTiertr l- vi l-
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c- in, ral at i',-r;,th. NI --.. n!,, I i 1'"-.;
wa;- i,:om , Ptfgi-rtl. HI .- t.rtilpttel iil Tin tiy
i!attlel"- atl-I va -verely \oi'w til'. .At
Lht u x.. tifte .-t hr 1 iovt- l.I
\Ie.T hi*a -. le-In'i.. wie r if<'e*l frro!
We "'. cT- of lii- vwoutn in I''" .
Hi- widow retureo w1 tio liril t I1
%,-ar- : ., ail'i durim:i mn"t of th:tt
ti :e. hat- res-ided l i t i'al:t k:tk 'The-
iP ....s ck *li'ter *-f I iittil il*ttiL'! r-.
"- iti l l h |oi'i'l of *'- n .A titl-r-,,in,
& li.tir. Tu,-e:"... .f t!.h, -*.i ,!autigh-
t!er, la-t w-etk poaitl a rrat- fu!l ,*', pli-
imint to ti-. willow l'y eleetw4'i her ttii
iotin'rary pire-tilent for life, o(f thi-
L uit .1 Daughters of rioritna. -Me-
troi li-.
Compliment to Congressman,Stephen!
Sparkman.
lu a late issue of the Savautnal
News its Washington corresi oudent
pays I 'ougrewman 8purkman, of this
atate, the following very handsome
compliment:
'Cowme back to the democratic side
of the house, 8tephen M. Sparkman,
of Florida, has just eecured recogni-
Uon, mad is addressing the chair He
is clean-ehaven, has a head built like
that of Thomas B. Reed, and is very
fond of cri-p, white celery. Forty
year ago he was a barefooted boy,
iUlling the soil and eating goober pea.*
in the county of Hernando, where he
was born. Sparkman is known
throughout the peninsula as 'the
tum.' He first developed as a school
tet-her, and afterward studlied law
with ex-ttov. Mitchell. Twlte ha&s lie
declined a seat on the li,-nch in his
native state. He came into ,,iguress
Sbthe successor f St.* phetn it lat
lory, and his friends claim that lie
will succeed Mallory in the United
Wliltes senate. Today Sparknian is(
the leading lawyer in the state. As
a member of the committee on rivers
and harbors, he is of great service to
ift maritime iuteresta. He invariably
addremaes the house from a judicial
silndpoint, weighing the argumentt.
pro and con with the gravity and im.


Mr. W. Nf Flinders, in the P'ari-
'etrie, says tl-A.t itn oneof the royal
tombs cf Eypt he discovered the
miumilanied itrm of a princess, whilh.
on teitng taken frotn'its swathin-?A,. re-
vealed a set of braceletsof great value,
composed mostly of gold aind tur-
'iuois, and wrapped in cloth woven as
finely as a cambric handkerchief of
modern times. This princess has lain
in her grave for more than five thou-
sand years. Mr. Flinders says that
we are in po.messioa of a chain of his-
toric record handed down from hand
to hand antedating the birth of Christ
fifty centuries, and a chain of actual
Oibject.s, made and handled, going
back two thousand years more, giv-
ing us a view of about nine thousand
years unbroken in human his ort
and at that remote period there are
evidences of an eunlglnitiied civil, l
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Sues for $30,000.
B> ai mtighiam, Ala 1Feb.1~
Gortr ujte I'ii-'s. I(. wff it t ho ?at.- .~~r
icon- ,; fia- At -1 :sttlt ini the 1*4 ,
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linujiugham. Ala. Feb. 13.-The
trial of Sheriff Andrew Riurri whn


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pk(.ing te xclln halh
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MAIL POUCH ROBBED.

Negro Cuts mfto Sag Hanging Ont
Crane-580 Taken.
LaGrange. (Ia.. Va-Ii. 13. --Thte wall
poiach at M 'itual wa-, r-it into ruostiav
evening andI robbed o)f abolit SA.~O
Mutual is a statlotion t h'oMa4 on.
LaGrange and l riri!an road,
where the Colored Mfut'ual Aid! Soetety
has a coffin faetorv and !s Iltt-anipting
to establish a colony of novroes.
The train does riot always, stop at
this station. hbut ~(wchi- tIIp mail f re)fl1
a crane. On Tumsduy v ovsu irl- the-
poueh N'as bun-- onlthe ( ran, 14 P'PIU!
about 20 minut.l.s leefor.- 11.4'~ 11tiui.
but I~'~"thlt train 44 )i -
was Itilt And tbc I-e'e. ta 2 C 41;1
Jfiowari! Npwm&! ; h -a i
mail Oar.. di-scovo-ra44! t.',,(., -,t ho lag
anafd that h-ert-iz;ziX'!a-i~agos ha,!
been 'ak',3n tht,rofirtrn 44
Jy reliort.*O. tit nithe' d.. a:trj!.,nt
I f~ e flt~ dl~a3'4-n ws ur i that
a ne.zro..\i4vvr- '. %A- w r k-
at Wittim.11,aWkY.Th.- ~!.s'r~
inig III, "!"t'. 11n 1a-'! h4. .4 : f
oppoertimilY f-.~ L4-5('",: 4 shand vi-
brao''d tho e'-.c:*Tr I,-r'i. Th., ne'-ro
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WRECK ON PLANT SYSTEM.

Rev. Dr. Talmage in Smasii-up at Du-
pont. Ga.
Valdiosta, (7a.. V04. -Tr;e',wi-s1
bound passengoi- r a" a'i he Pant
system v.'-stertia a,'a Ii iran inito
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ly disiiarnt leaf. The lia-aizae*t'~. .%a;~s
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IN THE FIELD OF POLITICS.


Why is ROYAL


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Because in its mammoth works a

coirpls if chemical experts is con-

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414 o. 134.eft)Sroama. of .Atlanta,
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'P It 'U~tIIiati V%%all. i-4a stunnzer.
4't,-1i cah ,lot-;' las.hliu.e at 11111.


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C o3ie and hear our home come-
dian,. Wall and Baker. They will
,make you laugh. Oeala Rifles play
Friday night at the opera house.
The Times-I nion and Citizen makes
notte of the fact that the authorities
at Washington are injecting Russian
inethoatd in the postotflee department.
Mr M-llnter Jones, brother of the
late Hloward 4'. Jone.-. arrived in the
itvy Wedtieesdav. lie is here' foir the
',purp,'-e of lkiug after hisi brother's
"tatt- .
'Texa.t laimus ti hirtet-n iand Flrid;,
*.veen niulltnaire- The i'outli is
laakinIg l-tq- arid l totiield in her r;a'e
tfo wealth and vmoinuer'eil Aujrvim-
a<'y.
Mr. David Philtorick. of Rye Beach.
N. H., its speding a part of the wiu-
ter iu Ocala. He is a propet.ty owner
here and in very gratified withli the
future outlook ol the city.
4(overnor Jennings of Florida has
set about to keep posted while in
office, and one of the methods adopted
is to keep in touch with the promi-
nent newspapers of the state. tie ic a
utwcriter to the O..-ali l)uily tFuner.
Arkanias Chill aud Fever 'tre is
L naa nt-i I t- ,*n e 'l'v*liin. v.


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a I It I Ifij. At. I prow n ar '- *sh ell i II
the wimA,'1 ii i h ito-i1chbtIrWionmi with
'ito iti.'aI win sij 1l andia-ar ut there-
of Uziiwe :oSm u growing rieh in the
siaae uf lo~tuire- ttamnpsif oevtery other
ot~- i isf Ht-Ii"'sirut rv I- looked after

Hti!v*1-.H -n.av', thmt no'


Tom -1 4awy'l-i -v-tloion. Frank Ad-I
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-N'Atu-f-. 4); S! Pet.-rmburtZ, i-4 triutole~d
with thi Ile -c*fs '9tnt buzzing "of the
c',ni1`t--=i~ttial bee." but tile Sun S&3o4:
W11: 'At'kr U,)e thjTI he will rettize 9:unxj
that thirty thot:-;and !oliar judgment he- hai.
again u4t h1!1 rnhilefa IIILObt~aLt Iht.-lion. Siteve
Sparkm~aa fi r cunzrc-,-. bhoul-I thik. latter de-
c.idc to ig.4t: hv hi, political cas'tor' into the

It seems that the Tamipa Tribune
also credits Mr. WMeNainee with de-
cided predilections in the same direc-
tion. Speaking of which Mr. Torn
Sawyer says:
Tov bad' -roo ~d.%iid vrt :&1 lawyer,% have
cm sooner cr latet rIt Mr McNamee ha-. ever
done anything to eintith-- him to consideration
when 'lie people arec ca~ting it-out br somerneou
zu draw the --Iirv hi~th.4 Honorable Ste4peh-
en now -iyt, -uLi -)i = piliictuallv 'it would
beh !'* *.4i:.r the w j-rl'1 t- ''tuw it. lie ,, a 11131
Of 1L':11 i- t' *.'t19' .o pi jithaiit torr damage

Itit11!.4 )e !1 1-7 h t I V Ithitm# i

lii.- vT-tI 'sint :tl4o idraw~s State
SIR ~ ~ ~ -i j rAit~'tI .4rs & LiIii It he 134)f ~


'-A *ritfntC CuuT-' 11t .4uld 9w hard from. lHe
teiea tallI P' ,ritda pin.* a'wu'.e the duli
.e. c .)! .tagnati''n VH-- 1t..been the ouly ad-
%A )Ui1 ia ~u in the %tat-c admrninit: aton Itor.t
v vea!- ecept iot bvthe newcutu
iner d vet if he s:iould ofler to, the t1.e
h would i-c crucified bettiIdownward.
I am a about dotic now. I bieheve I hife : n1ei:-
tioned the A. & A But I have an ice tip riv
.Iceve which I h.al: uov throw kr Ilan upon
the taibe*c
Not h',,UK go oeAoi-Iur nWe-t 4co tt*ttq m.
wVhO 1h;- 'ee'a jthougwht of in Coflfltctiufl W-th
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t-lin tht-.stat.-pare Tnt e lhs~*~~

N--At' Walker whilo in the city Tuvs-
'l1iY last on ItaItwii.-. iv..r.
it ;A- a [Al 'i:-u rto tre.ad ivi aiiPape'i r as
rThe 'laise. It i..' even better
tbmiti 114 Banner, auwl that im a3 ing a
great deall" To be claasged with Suchi
a ver~~atile writer a. Frank Hlarris is
au h'.oor duly uppreviateul by the-i


The Boston


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alJi to tie t iil that they are even
better well. it just makes them blush,
even though they are getting aceus-
torued to having complimentary
things .4aid about this paper.-The
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A Thistle Among The Flowers.
The Ocaia hanuer is nw publishing
a daily edition. It is presumed that
Br'er Flagler is among the paid-up
sust'ri bers.-Sau ford Chronicle.


COMING SOON!


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Whatever you want to pay for a buggy, we can sell you a bet-
ter one for the amount than any of our competitors-better in fin-
ish, style and wear-better in all the qualities that it takes to
make a good buggy. We are receiving new 1902 styles every day.
Come and see, or write for prices.


S. A. STANDLEY,


One door south of Liddon & Standley's Livery Stable, Ocala, Fla.



The Cold Weather

Is not yet over, in fact Win-
ter has just begun, and if a
doctor's bill you want to save
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In asking for admission throu'l
"It is a proud recollection of nmy
life that I began my public career in the imails in Canada as second c!as.
the humble capacity of a journalist, which under the reciprocity laws en
sad in that respect, I may be entitled titles it to entry in the mails of thi
to your brotherly indulgence, as you, l'nited States as second class, Mr
la the happy condition which the in.
Autwoas of your country insure toWilshire says that tho- PearstwlS-4
you, cannot have an idea of the tor. General of Canada, after an exa.iti
$ees of a journalist who has to write nation of the copy of the ma1 azin,
with fettered hands. You have no sent him, said that hl paw no re-s ,(1
idea what a tortue it is to sit down to why the magazine Should oi
your writing desk, the breast full of why the magazine should d ,t i:t
Mae necesity of the moment, the granted periodical postal priviliie" :r
heart full of righteous feeliutg, the Canada, and he received a re-ply to
- mind full of conviction and principle, his communication the same day that
all this warmed by the intense glow it wa.s received by the Canadian of-
and hearings of a patriot's bosom, ieal. While in this .i titry, Ih- says,
wad to see before your eyes the scita
rs of a censor, ready to fall upon that press censtr Maclaleu takc" hi'g
your head like thesword of Damocles. own time about altis-eriitn oatiial
@hanging your ideas, maiming your communications sent him, arnd in-
arguments, murdering your thought, deea, M ir. Wilshire say., up to tll,
Mad the pen before vour eyes ready e of exile, %r ,- ,
with a single stroke to Iblot the work
of laborous days and sleepless nig.'ht-, failed to answer alln fliial ,'- lmi itulili-
and to know that the people will judge cation sent him several wetks ,before.
y"e, not by what you had felt and Iudeed, if the sltivne (a'itionlis th-it
thought and written, but by what the e apple to Mr. Wilhire and is
enserer wills."applied to r. ilhire a is
O*abor wills."


In a public address before the Flor-
ida State Press Association some years
ago, we made use of what Hungary's
ailed patriot said about the "liberty
0f the American press" during his
aemnorable visit to this country, and
fdalowed it up with these remarks:
"Not only have we no censor of the
press in the United States, but the
pass is freer here than ia all other
countries. great Britian included. It
is not only freer but it is cheaper and
within the reach of all classes."
\e shall in this blessed year of:
grade 'lot'4 be compelled to withdraw
all we said along those lines. \e
have now a press 'ensor established
in the office of the Third Assistaut
P,.tmas,ter fieneral in the person of
Mr. lEdwin C. NMaddeu.
The daily edition of the ()'-ala BIan-
ier, the oldest newspaper in Florida,


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f adafter oher mdwal tid Ii':, 1i ~
wac. 'ple a~ tel cure by aaaa taa


L 1o-vp nosult' i~:it' e for' AGolden Mea
'k-Dsce rvu Ir There '.11ib no t her ned


Aepjut asnooufor tuteakor'1 Gldenmed


applied t'o the Ag-re of te.ason and
other publications that do not meet
press censor 1Midd.iens approval, are
applied to Mr. Bryan, the Com mouer
will have to ibe removed to 'anada,
ard seek the protection of the British
Crown in order to promulgate through
the malls of the United Scates the
principles embodied in the Chicago
and Kansas I'ity pl'ttforms, and the
lheclaratiou of Iudependeuce adopted


at Philadelphia in 1776 >
Indeed, we are coming


g to a beauti-


ful Ipam in the 'lited States in the
year of grace I',i2.


IN THE FIELD OF POLITICS.


For aSi "ot' year" things are warm-
inkg up tluit- lively in the field of
polities iu Floridla. The list of officer
to be leeted is not as meagre as in
former "'ot"' years.
['here' i, to ltIe a I'niteAd States sena-
tar elected 'by a' lriti-iry and a great
many prominent lul-i (of the state, it
i4 s-1il. ii-i ,' tl(- .e ia, r M al;.irv'-


ta tiga- fr tI i:- off-'aata rv.,a 3j-c t


No;! v a!TlaT[' leW.ati l1)l-


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it r',aii a
ajar v larr allto t- e lect, i aaaaa-a at
tary comp.r11hera ir t i- gs, (ifl-
the iul3,0; atuta-incour aLtacoa a. 1 :t.. a. a'


\%ataa i *istitand in a ll(ite4



I there are ito be u-'Icqred five countty
e 'omtniwsiout-no, three liewblerroof the


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tleiiut)i, t II l v Ietiron'iof


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on their racig toigi. Tihe first thing
h kii ,,ollws soine right young lawyer
wili slip up on him and cut his sur-
ingle for him. If hle wants to hbe
**-ator why don't he aay so and make
'h- rava f ?a tay h so itiie in hi t
.yllot rad '.E'-,p' Fable's,' and if
-4- ie hats not tor gottenn rhe story of
Ithe do, whirh hid a real good, knuck-
le t.,e- in hig mnitti, wThil crossing
satreani on a foot-log: and maybe he
retollects what happened to that dog.
It was a goo f dog ,only greedy "
rThe- Lake C'ity Index tells why


Frank Adams is "ruiilm." Htere are


is re?.-,ins :
'"Thlie -u g., 'tion in an a,-lit week thet Hu.n Frink Aian,- w'a-,
linot in th-' race- f r l'r *;-l St tiT sena-
tor i c ,ontradi- t-Ail bhv ini i r friend.
He -.,s'y- the v-et y fV.it' 'Il4:t it e I#- get
t il I ll II s 4 F t ; r .lr ,Il!< *V I ,io, i t shape
is 1h3! hlie c. ii la attv, th 11 i iiahtrge f
oilier-'. .\A t :ati r I te-'. i ti '., ii, o llne
except helie .,,i- la-'iin- Iii iiunief a;atl ..it%
jesa whi'It h a-! golfing to Itlo-thitt it)
things p. liiti-'tl ihe is 4-l,,-e-iou b h d
as i'larn. A-, intimate as the editor
of this piper is with tihe ientleman i,
we caln say that he h:as not anwd will
inot, divulge his i;ltentions even to
him."
Tom Sawyer concludes a very long
but interesting article on politics with
the following astute observation :
"And what about that peripatetic
philosopher, i;overnor Jenniings? He
isjust as certain to *want the j4h ift he
ever set-s it on the market. Jennings
has ruit around over the country twice I
as iimuh i one )ear as o(;,v. Mitchell
went during his ftur %enrs-biit then
Jennings is a younger tman and prob-
ably nimore active. Ye-., he1 will want
to go to the s-nate and hl will go if
he gets half a chance. H i- a HBa
tist andl his recently tbecoteiit a IPyth-
intn Knight-ani, ge-titletinian, that e4ai-
biniation iu Florida mieansi politie. up
to the hilt. P.si-o worked the Bapti-t ,
anl MNa.onii<' r-cket for ntiny years
['uti lhe raiilr;ti., iivt-r a- ulhl exa.ictly
'l,.te' hlin s, tlh.-y dowltiael h in with
their ownll P'e-r Piper. atid tlihey wi!i
do anliIy II-It that w itay \vi H.o ,i>t- ita
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lillxi:tin a.!,rii9ia(gi "ia ,, i' I.' t ;til
iaii,,hf,'rkii:.& tlhe artii',-pIlai're ttw.i',i


iHaawliiij, ,>fl'tah, at th- i-ane ilrltait.
"How nuany at a tini':" a.-k-ld Seni-
ator Spooner.
"How happy eould I he with either.
were t'other dear charmer away!"
quoted Senator Tillman, pitchf"rkinre
iu time with the rythm of the worclN.
"That is-- what eniarra&se"' me," re-
torned the Wisronsouian.
"Well, just take that sweetheart for
the present arid let ite in later,"
jabb)-td the south Carolinian.
The debate waxed w.,rm for hIlt fan
hour and then Senattor" Tillrnin re-
surued his chair. Senator Spo,,ner
went on to say that the R--puli,'aj





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"W\e have inot coliurag- i ieut! ta


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The rt:idetr- of lthi- i,. ; *
plj-ael t o learn that thier,-- ;i -
one tread ,dt di%-n<-4, Ilit:t Wit e-l. l a-
been able to cure in all it .4ta ia t y
that is 'atarrh. Hll!i's 4 atarrhI ur-
is the only positive cure kn,'wn ,, t,:o
medical fraternity. Catarrh tae-ing a
constitutional di-eaw. re- uiren a .-vm-
stitutional treatment. Hall's C'atarr,
Cure is taken ii ternally. artinis
directly upon the blood and muetrcm
surfa e of the system, thereby de
stroying the foundation of the dui
ease, and giving the patient itrenitrb
uy building up the eounetitltiotn anli
assisting future in doing iti wnor
I'he proprietors have I) much f,'%:h
in its curative power", that the-y tt-
One Hundredl DllNarN fr anm ..l -
that it fail- to eurs-. -eid ft r I,-' ,o
tesotiln ni?ii.. Addre-a..
F. .. ('HENV FY& I'.. Te. -,t. *
Sll ty 7FrulPliT-. '-.the
Hall's Ftniilv Pi!i>, are th,. I1.-'.


OC ALA LUMBER COMPANY
;Also Successor to Yankee Novelty Works

Rough and finishingg Lumber, M ntles,

Scho 1 De-k,, Church Seats,
Tables, Door and Window Frames. Railings, Pulpits Bedroom
Suits, Kitchen Tables and Safes, Moldings, Turned Work.
Scroll Sawing, Lath, Shingles. Etc.

PAT-rSNT BEE HIVES A SPECIALTY.
[-'Estimates promptly furr;ahed.


J. F. EDWARDS'

BIG WHISKEY HOUSE,


1ainesville and Ocala. Fla.


$


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5... aa a t a- a~aa a V 1a4v 4 a(~(
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SFor $3.20 ::!' "- oFll Quarts 0


BANNER.


SENATOR TILLMII II ACTION.


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THE OCALA BANNER, FEBRUARY 14 1902.


Owwr -Work Weakens
V'our Ikidneys.


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Affairs at Sommerfveei.
lhf- ofaraige tref'. in ![e n*.ighir-r-
Owd1-4.1 (f nmmscrfs.:d harteI~irjvpaart:'-
-i *f 4:v 4t--!Itill


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THE PHOSPHATE INOURTHY.


From Florida Condition of the trade


Compnes. Stocks Etc.


Strikes a Rich Find








v4 1i* 'i t rii t 4 tl ,,i 6 .-n, o t4



f'I weak, run 416W!l? womenH. 4'thr
,ia#-ahvii.',e~an t'.ke.! ll-io- m'ur


lit *'* I .#- t. *it uI i-jtr-41 :1 n -f ).'ttn L: iranit... d1 ,y[i' kil 1,1-
~ ~ ~ dI44~ ~4 ~14*fl14 ti'.!rat 14m 21 '1 "''1 ap~'l'aDruz Ittore I

I I' -iiw'.ttial I 50.4-ct of al-Anthony in Ocala.
4 .- ~ ;h..1.~m.~ hev~or The town of Anthiony was very
.4 .Ii '~i 4fb~ .. I nueb in evidence in Oeala Mon.Iay.
'~' rra.on. ritt'lm- I ii'r. wm a trial before county Judsge
All% .~ 'tw hard Tem-k Iitim 1t,h...rt Bullock Lwi; hliengaged his
* t.#r .1's 11411 4t E ile .-C a gtftt 'Ievt iontaIh#- outt ire afte~rntwon.
v, .ii 1 ,ig !haL ti.'ir jar-Z'slui-.iitti r. W. I -f. lt'kin. forme..rly the
al ha 4 # f q I. ea nlttll-mi e *.u-t4alian .to the peace and d dignity of
% I -,Ir t.. b- ItI a fair wus% tint1?plaep, holding the .'fti'-e of mar-
~ ~ ,.t ,'r .rimt...l.,a 44 wa'. tried for a-,-a~ailtingMild bat-
I'. t 'ii jtering~ Mr. 4' K. Keer; v, whn at the
I~~~~~q J' .. .4 Ili ~ ti ll. t11t time of the allt-aed as"'ault andi hatters'
...~ ~.~ *~,= ~4 No- h *tilthel' Ile(ftj4e (of eoun."i Inian.
- I '. r, 41 1, r fr.n) 111 =1;j Hon. W. IK. fewad-kt ri r+A ".e*nte.I
4 ~ 4 .j q4* .~ 3534 31 -*.4d he piro'.-eutic-n andt.iag 41'' the at-
I ~ l. etitt nri 'ftth. a',iurt in min or'iti'''
443 ~ .4 1 wtai.h l :t'-!.'41 ov-r ?4fl .otr. Ztand Mr.


4 4.4ne. itt- Gr. i4?


hesoato notes


R(4,iayt.iwititUP t lock. t he aa'.'~.in

It- 10.-trilnI.pat '.i 'lit!,z v43i
i i fY t ii i -'SIa;3Z*- t I l

The Best Prescription for Malaria
Ii!. anid fever i-. m howttl of

'11111-1y irnm am(til laifle in m
foit.N -iir--iio 1a34V. Pri-e I

Activity at Silver Springs.
Mr. F. NI. Bro-w'n, of Sailver sjornimzs
ret'jrt'-etlt .141 thti'aL p'lntv it (I ala 3lcaha-
tta'.*. lt- WaR a pien'.ant otiller at th I-
i'tliite. man i w learn from hiai that


I it. of htit uiiark.-i 1.'r l'',il, tiini: c t- a *- .1 1.- :10314,',. there inow ituar
4 am'l'~ *34 34 T-.tinento-e is r.*--the ."tm~t~mk for 1(fi't- -asoI1 i!..riuizhter
I I '. 3 v 'te. ;'l.-Ittq fr om than it ha twen r 1IsomeIt titime pas.-
I .~ I 44 **~I r;. tat:...~ I.t,&wi 4 aeaIT a'uI IIle t iuIa11 at wo -
4 43,.I*. i 1.4 r, I !1. ~* i4%k4I i 'a 0 iatvi. til.t the hart line, is
r I'si...- lt' l t.im ilt '-r .ow" .'~- i- aki ng rvre-ular tiIJ- up athe I'l.'la-
It. -?' o t.t ',i' f~ iar Itji. 14*1V1 rjiVt-r 411-1 %l Spi' -jritiZ'.run.
*~.1 111T 141't 1 -11-.l ~ ~ji 'i.Al 4141that lthe lT '..lint, will put on a
*. I 4.3 It~a'4~MA.01'24 boi. a:tt thi-z iW-e a ad -ill ttaereu
'I 'I 4,, 4y,* ArL .. tr t riip-;. aiall later *on it wi~llhave
I.'~ ~ ~ ~ ~ ~ ~~~w bi-''?1* i 11 4*et.'~etd1 hoats making fouzr tril-s per week.
-on3."to- % sitw I.- An.l will ruit Hle ail,.-i 34tt'lthait Itie t~iar L,-vr
v o4aith 1,-4th-iiii lver ient. mill i-. now nearly cemuhldt t.-.t. It h1.s
.43%41A almtiIta133,11' fivIo t11:4.4 Ia 'aI3civ of awi: Wlta. 4 mI .'P-t (if
ii, .'4.s .d a. v.-- IV r the Wh1iite ri v'.*r juilllit r lit. v ala'. Iis '4twov iittkI t mt i

threMboiler.-.


$1000 Thrown Awav
M \% ld .4- 4 lIAiiivi.-ov.;

4 % *r t l' 44 it'-rt 4.,
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A Night Alarm.
W or-t- 4thi'-atI :I-Arm a4-* *4 4~ ilt

:I it, I r.- v 1 4 4 4 ST h 4w 3.1

4~.414~ '135 % Ff .;, % ~ ~ 134 4.
i o i-t v..r f~ikt-s 1 .'viv 34 ='.ti rI..'..
1 1 -'4 !% curt *i h. .r 1
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Cetra Affairs. Death of Mr. Benjamin F. McGahagit'.
.14 ~~ ~ 4 7-a 3.r--t.'t' *.4,. j4 l A few d1V tays 9-- ufi j~ It t -



~~~~~~~r 3 4 4 4I mIidII er't iS ts 11144 1 '-d st i tiieil very p't- N -- .4ir'. froni
raw Vtheetfli-ot fiolfwltih he -iiie4l Saturdmy
lit4 a~a* 1 .'rt'~r~'fI raill, imrninir at 7 f~~k ie was buried
-4 -'- -.a ..*~ .. unday n1.arnimriar 7a o nc'wk St tila%


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The Cold Swap in California.
ii-ho'd ofon.' ,the .h'..3u-
















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wi llA Tlt lit h-f. fs-e'-r (I ei's,. We t think
t hml it will nost *'xc~efd ,..n pt-r 'ct'tt,
but ;t-. retiiri,-i (-pie inl it nmay t',b
izrpaler. NMaty orellardi4 shoxNno
4htflhi4(i'at all. 'Not a fr, zteu orairgo.-!
h~i-4 heet, found l in somne. Otbers show
('01144dt rahle daniage. Take it all in
all, while therp i* undoubtedly aaorte
dpinage it)1Iedlsind.. it is not w*riomi.
enough to fie called a dlw~ter or a
eahauinity. It's bad enough, but it
f.'ould iV4ry ea~ilv have been muchi
wore. It Waia 'ausled by the- very
h,-avy fall of snow on thp mountains
and thait mrstaisirrigatirw water next
summer.


I


For Stomach Troubles.
-11 have taken a zretst many diii'.r-
eoit uuedieine- f Sr 't'uitoah trouble and
eon.tiat aa.' -tv-, Mr.-.:-. (hieiuer of
Diwkelrt-4 lf~w:i, '1-F st twvt-rhad as
igo'td !etilt- fr44TI9 tIV-my"frorn Chain.
[t. rlai ii'..'4 ',~,t and Ii v*r rTxletia.'
F-- r '-alt I-. X AuIII-_Jf.+n.r'(.l Druzr


Notice

ti,-.# I &41-ft U1-i p n' v it U;c k- 11, N. tt in


I'~~~ I 4 1 T1 I .' I 13P- ARK VU, :' '



notice.
11i4 r~i2tl~r ?tiji 'l Vmesti nL'of ttle

110311d Cmutvtniriv wiill tho h-l-l at Iih-.
aofti -e o'f tthe -omlpatly at flookw..Ia,

F,.-tiru:rv I 't it, 11912!, at I W.'l'ek jp. In.
1 ..I-- I Ct 1.41t.1111 BARKEl.R, S4"..'

Foley's Hloney .ad Tar
Cures cols. prCS-ent8PAPUMnfi..


JAPANESE



PILE CURE!j

k, -1'NW r4 44.t~t '-A t CT"2..Ittn
4. ~"4CI 4'-. .-..- of' Of(irtimeoit Randtwo4 I
-. *.-T ~t!l A n~'.t'rfailing 44tefr
4 vi~ I -l4i' in'i 14'24.' It fliakt-.ITn

~~** *~ 4 ~ *4.e. "f.~ pack a w 1tit1
14 .~' '-~* c i- lt 4n-, P.i 4.4
4! ~ erit I~.-ma-. saflH4.t4


G ONS1 IPATih'N t!" ~ ~'~~~i1


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IiT'N ERA L

DIRECTORS.

jtiae a.: i. oer;ft of s's mseta. and Boris
6zit, )f .erv erylerijnon iptclal att--ntlox
padto bturialotrv~cee.
Emnbalming to Orderb





VIGOR iw MiN


Mlil


E TRIED- ALWAYS USED. 1
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COt4SaMPTiONs
FoityV9 Honey an
k~qha~r-A ini ad ancvwl
Bb, b'claisms to give
sil#Mt fIs tbo W7 rywnrs
go. sendin early steen
to **4fim a cur


ASTHMA.


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t-LACGRIPPE.
If pn have had the GrI
nrOI-bnly need a
hirat-, meI A~cnsI ksFO
le~s Honey and To
tohadl your lunge m
14pthe rusting
nrimr.&' Io tis


CEOUP.PNEUMONIA.
YJ.mC.QB of i. of su
nd ov I imdie ~14i P" (. M ich.p.@am "Iha-%
41twp &everyw "a of Red Foley's loom"
ibm Iugma. esid[ncd Tar in three val
0y' Homeft and Tear',. bis .tho pst h. .Ia


B3ANNER SALVE Is a Healing Wonder.


J'.r sit b ..ni-i nr.' it. Store




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HUDWD ARD B OS.


H AR D~
D 00 L;.S A .4 I I AN-) F'U.IIN- IN

BA'RBED W-IREK OFT k-N.D

WIRE -NAILS. PAINT:S

OILS. VAR--NISHES. -AT-

LANTIC'HT>1A.

ALL .KIND! )> 'W






TINuiS. F Vi4.~nN

N T I IE LINF


A(GRICUI.TUI AL 1 -M P L E -

MAENNT.S.IIEERE PLOWS.

PLAN ET .1u.. GROVE CUL-



ElF (iAPDEN To('L,,,;




I F. UrPhs.k' % *RANITE

.N D. T'1'SN\V.\RECUT-


LARGEST STOCK-LOWEST PRICES

Hubbard & Maciuff ocala, Fla.




WATCHES--
IS. and
CLOTHING RINGS


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R 14. 190.


WHAT LACK WE VFT


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Growing Things

enitra! FloArida, t he owneztr iziy plaia
sn 'ratiL t lil9. ll e. .: le, id rtii~i
11up14.Iit's~au~m. :-111 fifuji-andl
.140ab-ta.a t-- ?i'Ii Ira ":1, -1ipp'ortfrn



i 'r .-s r- 'or fontri-jolimte t-?.Nwk ills

hilt .7' 4 wAiltl tI t 7'

i er t- I


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I t Ttou7Ii I ~Iv !va il w~i tsV

A I Al Ii~ h.' i-IghtIll' t 2e.a- di-9;'IaY.
I hu., FIt 'rOK flit"- *uIft-(Ihi1Ig ~oirlic
n"t'VI (rgali~liatmiE~it) insure suc'rti-:.
lPinteapot-4t.' Iav*in ":td#d the frtist
Alelt by a 11wuidred mrile- o)r motre, but
ti sao doing the'y take it) cover, which
tieetrly if not '1uitt- alouhl~e-, their
:alue.
They bi'eslue finetof I those .xqU~sita
tid-bits which aroppeal, to wealth and
*efloemeut, and of which. one acre
will prrsduee a-gro-at % 1116 ney return
-is' forty acr.,F"of the- i'Auzd. 'dainty sta-
:'lI '-f the north.
But they will r'equift cousunrinate
ituanagemoent to enable them to reach
ti**the %It. i wniitan~ id van &allhrd
LA. I JOKY fI I- thit 'IJ. "'' i: '4I 'l'T .

The Four D's.
4Liarv. Sp~ j uruat('n -inoe said 1 t. :i
t '. &-I r.1 a -md'II,- A Le il ." '' t h-FII
'Mlight It vf x'at!Add.1.tie iUa''re (4 1 t1 iAIn-
'Itlledd~ j'~.'p-ua.*I'tieevil rt,-Uulr.,(41
1 -bi-; dfiseaovuould hardly becexaggerat
,4. It' effects ar.' felt in mind and
ixaiy. and am a, far ieachingas the
iatfect- of the r'urwe that was laido01
the Jaekd3W 41f IheimnS Whivb Was
.7turftd iW "eating and drinking and
elveping. itt standing and siiting and
lying." TI: t- ghil efrocts of Dr.
Pierre's G~olden Medical Diseovery
aro' uuoaot marked in aggravated1 andI

the s7tounala(' glands to) secrete the
nece~tsairy quantity of digestive oituds,
arid this at onoe remove.; that --raving a
Or 1awiug '.1 "n-atiou so ('otlIIOll( to j


t'F~~f'~forii'. '~fiiuji~'sT'.'t




'LA l' tj7llo ~L 7~I.F A~\L''


p. ,


The V~EndtL""i


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7 .4 '77
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7' 'K !h' Itt 41.' rt'a' ti :~. ;'rAAI'.: AP'. I be'
.. Fjt p*t.tj tl.l~.... !11A~ :i'* La4,.
i' A' I !~,'r. hAil osta 'till I ~7'r7. 17. 1114"





C"' 71 t~ 17,''. fa't. I lb. .1k
Al '[A' jet'., ~ lii A.lt~1' 7 sA. 1177''


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Circuit Court Officials

Atr liq~. I72 i'.If!it.-k 1F- ~
Jalx ''-.nii A! TIl in' Ioed t-iw_ Ie
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it' *, *~* 7.7
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Hitting the Lettuce Shipper.

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A*6 It M Vitk.!77 -,f f~wi*-* s t) r,
New YI77't A Lt' in 'al.theg'.

of%1. mdM?.J .Pain h
'A A' tht "dummy"Ito tSilver ''Spring!


Wen- d. Teatywe7 don'h



.7 paty c-onite o.D. P7. e
Mr.J \.Pa7w Mr.-... 7 1.. I' Oi
f.n7 o Jwtt.en id

hu r- ti j- 1-k. !Ethetl '1tiw ivr, Iva



A Trap Down SiI+erSprings Run.l


rind-rth:e ---id!h%! heyen(andwgvedal
dlightful a" :till y art y of 1*)11triltI

Miss da. Lih.' party erantso. h

rive a.faras ti tt rhmI nbard
the bot and n rley 111pihniclund

sli hi dah.N- Johnnie I.:Adwnt lMerea
f~zd. Mi-- ~ otvt Nt ,-wt,I-Iena iti



foth ait, I'pr'r *- V i'wary hiu n I'
the':-t :hrh*ie m~it- t. $gentle:menI-
tirizt w v ia f lit 116 *Iiv N1 r -1 JM iii Ti A


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The Lenten Season.
lt. tir.t ottiria:i pronrmtlgaihi of
S, .. 1- ,, ,*' ,i :I ,f r t ,I


"'0 itIvt1k 1tl la.I A.1. jI 7'7I. -
i N', -~ lr.'f n#it o m t

A A)I,.7iwrpJ t-r.A.LI AI t
mp oo t e ivty 2 -l o.-.p *r '2 4'I il'


tIIP -is'k- 1 1~ 911 rs in wt t )'111A e7nL&".I I ( s'g
w I 14,t I .- r ki I-ri t w tolk!n T uI n 4 j

I 111kIthl lt Aiigprer-tiiv toth'e ir'


.A.t li-' = ''k. iz-ll '. tg o en th '
*t 1-v III- 'o i''4..1 h.t' h i hard lv -,a-). a 1i


Pains in th~ Back




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Hood's Sarsaparilla
and Pills
Cure kiA1,-Y ;o.A 1 ,. r tr. --J
the back, and t)UItl uptfv th .' w.. -




A INDEkRs ON at k 4j.ZFI.


You have used all

sorts of cough reme-

dies but it does not

yield; it is too deep

seated. It may wear

itself out in time, but

it is more liable to

produce la grippe,

pneumonia or a seri-

ous throat affection.

You need something

that will give you 1

Strength and build'

i up the body.


SSCOTT'S


EMULSION
2 will do this when everything
else fails. There is no doubt I
about it. It nourishes,
strengthens, builds up and
makes the body strong and
healthy, not only to throw i
off this hard cough, but to
fortify the system against
further attacks. If you are
run down or emaciated you
should certainly take this:
g nourishing food medicine.
_o o. and ft.no, all druggists.
SCOTT& BOWNE, Chemists. Newv York.


ATTOR NEYS AT r..AW.

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Ut'i ol4f the second and 1a-t Saturdays
Of Lent. But fieot.,went and ti~h are
iiot to he used at tile same meal dur-
ing Lent, even ol onSuudi5V.
". Tie use tof butter, dices-w, rjuilk
tidegg!A i-A a1'-aopermitted (-very 'lay
in Lent.
3. It i., allowed to take iu the miorn-
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or thin chocolate, made with water.
and With li liquid .1 mulall Piece of
F ruad.
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flt. S tLIatday Of Lent till 'rrinity S'un-
ti:.ay. during which time all ('atholhis's
Whoi have attained the proper axe- are
jionid to receive worthily the Holy
4 oninitiniODo. The holy sesson of Lea-t
i-4 a proper time al4-1faor children to
'nake their first. coufes-siou, whieth
they ought to 416' generally at :about
the age Oft -evvt years. parentss i-IafuN4
-c.f' to this.
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OCAL.1, Y LA


OC.A41.A 'I .'A
For Trade or Sale..
Forty iacres of fine ham Jzho k iL'l
all cleared and]tunder culti vation
Four acre's bearing pf-ar trt.*-- J'1e.
x-sytt 1:,,roomi residence ail prea5..'rt)
let"'.o than one mile from aotaiarfth.-i'j -.
at Ocala. Willuirade ft~r vity i*r-
eI'ty. Eut,~I,
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comuifoti;attenading the monthly .ri*, 11 A1-
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PIGEON MILK

INJETION





Fancy


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China,
Glassware.
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'i Kinds of Hold
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41 Sowwas Cbtem. Awbst ti
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DEED UNDER SECTION 8 OF CHAP"r
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N0O1iCE OF APPLICATION FOR TAX
DEED.


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Biranich office. ('.3 F It.. lW,,htx,.cto. J. 1.



NOTIf-F 0;: APPLICAT.ON BY GUAP
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PR0P~Ei-'.Y Ot: INFAN`71,


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DISTRIL,.T


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NOTICE








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BALLARD'S OBELISK


-FA waysRelable. is recognized everywhere to be just as


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