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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 21, 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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Mr. i II. \Vitwworth, of 'tienness.-e,
S-,, r.--.nt*l\ Ipuircila-ed tihe i'Ihe
"'I* i ty arrlve'd ii ilte. city Friday
I. ',a,-u' a p.rl-rianeati citizell in ,our
'u'.(y4.
M It i i lt.lii-.. i'r-.-idenit of tile
I'a l\ -:ta 4 *ttilh !ieni'- A-'-o'iation
i. ,-u-. i- :t I'.'asant vi-itor ito
S,,,,. II t- a g:;itc-t of Mr. and Mrs.
y bii -.
,I' I riak 1 M.n. :iitato. oif Tampa.
4,.6- ,,. It- 'a-i.* ill tlht sui'preme
t; ,' Ilt- -tat.' an'l will retain the
f ',i' ilt, f r tlie i 'riiiii:nal court
Ii .- ""* 'i.hii '.'l unty.
I ;,. '.I .t! -i.n Atkiii- ;I and M r.
\v.Lt t- r,-pr,-ent-d Fellowm-
1' l rl ty. Jotli -tet ak
I ,, ,. .,iv.uItty'. ouitlo.k from
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.1 I; ... .,. of sta;'llardI. was
: i : tlt- t vi-itor- S.-iturday.
Si "I f ilthe pionei-r lph.-
S, ;- thi *ai v. :aliid is
;,, -'t i;i V .
i l ;...iv.- 'iie iliatlitnelit i-'
'... ia 1- rt'.' iiitit indeIl for
I 1 i.'-, it w ill iu're. Plri'e
a- 1: *Iti'- Hilt '- 7' 't'icit-.
S '. *;* 'iyV I rii~a Storei. n
I..o ; i -itt i- tIiIrc i- ze -Iierally a
T"., rT 1 1i:l- I c : a lull ill the oil
S. I. ,'. WVieI., it breaks out
-, 'i inl w w ill I'e lieat rd.
i\. < ,*i.r ,.ar w,.Ii !1t 1; i- .t- r,.. lh iali that M r. < .eo.
S -*, \. '; a t- iut t-*o co' -un. i lt e a
\. ,i :il lit iwhichl a great mall
I i. t in t. *ala alinl vicinity are in-
It r, -i*- I nt will t'e largely bevntieied.
I .,I rt's ChillI Tonic cures fever-,
S 1 .1- ai.t ni.allari. It destroys the
"i,. W t si'zuitranllte it. Price 2.''ts.
\\ lit .\ i ;r-t oll. -t
h.:, I, iry W. I iag. of Martel,
.*' ,1 Ilit, .. If. (;aitskill of Meluto.sh.
t 1.t I .lkllo.Invlle Mondfay to
a"t-nil a ini'etingtof thelnt conlisioners
ai rlir-.-toi,- of thia state fair associa-

1, IDun,'an t ampbell, of the tirni


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feed.' ____
The greatest danger from colds and
la grippe is their resulting in 1pneu-
nionia. If reasonable care is used.
however, and C(hamberlain's Cough
Remedy taken, all danger will be
avoided. It will cure a cold or any
attack of la grippe in less time than
any other treatment. It is pleasant
and safe to take. For sale py Anti-
Mooixnolv Drill Store. ni


a u-~~i rt 4 Ia. vi t'ati. 11to, an 1 i 'l ur

and :ia' Iit jiubili,' '-iflol at St.

li'-eiiarran--(-d, :and.1%Wt* art, sorry we'
..iI'ni(t h- lI''titto '-'ev and hear it

Mir. It. N. lKnoblio *k, of Martin,


Ar,-liy .la fa:r lei, ha- on exhii'i ionI illn the win-
dow of the uptown Iti.ek,-t oli-e t lof the
Sealouirnt Air Lilie railway some tre-
nit iloui-ly large -peilitls of the
sweet p tato.
Mr. Jolin R. Avery, of Mont Altt,
Pe'nn.. who ownli- a large orange grave
ion the (Ocklawalia river near M.,-si
i'.lutl. wa s in ( ),ala Saturday. Mr. J.
A. lporse, who i- his. agent, wa. here
with hinm.
Mr. J. I. Mally. iy, niiilman :llin nd
truii'ker of Lowell, was :nlioni thel
vi-itors to, our city Satur.lay. H1-
loo. k- on tie i-rilit side of thiil;n- nild
i- hi'opeful oIf tla. o'aaning. \a;it< i i,''lia
a 'l l'aultaloupe -.ea-in.
11Mr-. Alex-it der 3 it,-'I ;1.- of "iV illa
A .\- aI!().r," tlih ,' ,i>!ivill-, ,i0.tl
Fri *lty. S w- t --(* 1r of x-.\ ,.ov-
rri.'i, l a-ed :il tilt. w itf.- ,f .\M!r. .\A lx-
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"y' i i..<- '. i',ti juii-1 rct ive l a
liln, ioup i tly ,f i- fr -iel tr e:ilet-

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; lik -la iw tit\ -].|ll.:-i1, ;, ,t' a i \i ;itl :p-i
jIt,:i k a V. ir. l l,. l r sal'l,.t A iiti-
M- 1tita. ,*i 1 1 r ,g St.. o reii- li. ; ,li ll.r: i .1 ,,.
Irt Mie n(o I rry, i a iid- a a re:i t ira ;le r.
II .'I; i Ids 11iit ,.- t 4o f iis w i liters at
ther le oftle 1ria:,dr tinserlter pr-


\Weir.,lale.
Weiit yoi la-.k energy aind illo ot
relili your fho. feel dull and s tupid
after vatiwn, all you need is a dose fin
Chamberlain's Stomiach millI Liver
T allets. TFhey will l hinkep y lu feel
likt. a niew maan anrd will give yot ap-

Mono0,14oly 1Irug Store. n
Maj. (,e e i-r .IM. il' obard, rIas jist
returned from Fernandina, while
there he sawe rigadiert general Val-
entine who rai ike h opefu lly f tl e
C('nftIleuatie eteracis. meetialg in
Ocala, Fele r --. Hie thinks wewill liave
an uinitially harge, pleasant, and
entliu-it slic getieril te.

Friday fromn I Pll lyach wliere lie
lit been fior the par-t several molith-.
He sa thaeili that res-rtr io jr(\vdte
wiith vi titoir- and iinitesa likert It
litas ie appearance tf bainig c ,i a 1.r-
tlialleiil and,! -:iil stalitial o. lh.-i-
,al-, ai- ri-k a polte arein allakiianh
iiluey iun allr laine ofl trade.
t'1irhareri wLo ang- iout0ed witli
Wo m- "are ipale in lte face, frl tfili y
-pell-. rethe- iin -hel,, l::veilte ri tgs
around their e nye. aI tobeainl-, vali't-
il,- appetite, and !,i'k tlle i. n -e.
\ ite'.s 'rieai Verniifg.e will kill
aind explel lies parasites. Price ".
cent. .Anti-Moooly lruglStoire, ni

J. T. t arsoi, of tcklawaha, had a
very favorable report of a car of vel-
vet trean-shitppied to, his dairy farm
near Naslhville. Itis nranag,,ersays:
"I ap leediig fifty-six ows ol talen.
I hir-\ boil, tr en sprinkle a little c lt-
ton-eed neal at d bran over then, and
tlhe rlow of milk has increased almost
half, and ows aire looking sleek and
tine and are ravenous over thle new


Frequently accidents occur in the
household, which cause burns, cuts,
sprains and brnuies. For use in such
cases Ballard's Snow Liniment has for
many years been the constant favorite
family remedy. Price, ~ and 50 cts.
Anti-Monopoly Drug Store. m
Mr. John A. Bishop, of Clearwater
was among Ocala's visitors Friday.


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CHERRY EXPECTORANTs


For Coughs,

Colds,

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SOLD ANI) (;U'ARANTEIFD BY


THE POSTOFFICE DRUGSTORE
J. J. GERIG. Migr.
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s,-at Saturday. As has been his cu--
tuno for a great many years lie left
the -ub'.,ription price for the )cala
lianner. lie subs-.ribed for it on the
fourteenth day of February a good
lmanlay years ago, and says it is always
a welcome valentine. Mr. Knoblock
i. onil of Marion'- most prosperous
farmers.
The most reliable preparation for
kidney trouble on the market is
F',ley's Kidney Cure. Anti-Mlonopoly
ID)ru, tolre. i
Mr. Simnon I -iijamnin, of Atlanta,
whoi i- now vi-iting this city, says lie
i- entirely atsi- i. with the success of
the c.hiilsto ra'-' experiment an'd Ie-
fore leaving Oc tala lie hopes to conuli-
mate pla'nsa i that will largely extend
this lbti-ilie-s T'lii meat business lie
thinks ha:is cmiie to stay and it will
ie o(i" i1 tlhe' chief industries of
Fllorida :it no ,distant day. Thlie vel-
vet !eans ndal cassava are indeeil
\0rkilir_ ;i revelation.
.Mt-1 r. I). l. i'otter, F-. an. toss iad
J. Young, of Willitnalitil, onil.,
are vi-itor- to (t rali anrl : re gi -t(e'cd
at thlie OIalI HIlI. Mr. l',tilr owns
;i \;a:tl''l orali e Lrroav, near thet cityv
liiit- i: i < lillr iop rty in ll t e cit.yV,
:> i, l l~- eel l lma;ikill: -lll111 il w int-,r
'. i-i to' I'"r city fir ;i i:ia y ye-rl's p:it-t.
t,' i- !.,kin ex,',i,:,,n;i:illy w ,il. T lhe
I Y I t'i ,i'r w i-h. .- ?iii a pe:-iit
Sl :* >-*1-:. .l- r.. !Bo-- Zai l

Si tte r c',' .._'ii- atr,' :ip t to .rt.-llt i I
'!-1 pli ,1 if t' zl l:',e'- ti. They "anl
-'>1ii I,' ir' r k- 'i 1,u y iu-Ini Foley's
Il1iey amti Tar. A iti-M-wliopily Drug
Store.. Inn
T'l .pr-sof Fl'iri.!a will be glad to
k:iow titat Mr. Frank Walpo)le, of
thel Palin'tto New-, is rolling in
wealth andi goodi lIuck. Business with
liini is so goplI that lie lias been forced
to put inii a cylinder press and new
type in order to keep'abreast of his
(expansioln in trade. HIe is a talented
young man anld when the "old stagers''
have passed away (dittors like Walpole
and Stovall will keep upi the reputa-
tion of Florida journalism.
Mothars can safely give Foley's
Honey and Tar to their children for
coughs and colds, for it contains no
opiates or other poisons. Anti-Mo-
nopoly Drug Store. m
Mr. J R. Wiley, one of the pioneer
truckers of Anthony, was numbered
among the visitors to Ocala Saturday.
Mr. Wiley estimates that there will
be eight thousand acres planted in
waterneloasi and cantaloupes this
sea-onl, iland the acreage i n all the gulf
-tatles will I'e proportionately as large.
Tii- .tatenaenit- shows that we are an
active atlil energetic people andi when
:t tliing- will paiy it is sure t) be pro-
d Faults oif digestion :icaus'e diso orders
if tile liver, and tlhet whioe system be-
icomes deranged. Herbline perfects
the proiL'e's of dige.-tion aind a--ilnila-
lilni, aid thus miaki- .pure Iblooil.
Pl'rici .h 'cenits. Anti-Monopoly Drug
Store. n

Mr. lHeniry W. Long was in Ocala
Friday andi we were glad toi learn
from lima that hlie is interesting him-
self to get the farmers interested in
holding farmers' institutes in this
counlilty. Mr. Long's hands should lie
upheld in this matter. Nothing will
bIe more helpful to our farmers, and
in this oil year in politics to raise
good and better crops would be a first
rate political creed. This paper will
stand by Mr. Long in this movement.


OCALA


FURNITURE


Northwast Corner Public Square


Furniture


A ii


Undertaking


GET OURIPRICES."


Phone It


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The match game of base ball, which
was to '-ave been Nplayed bNetwe'enl tle
U nile ,of the Florida Agricultural
' college o. LAke ( ity, aind the nine of
the S'iuth Floridla M military Institute,
of i artow, in this: city Friday after-
110011, iS aniolltill'ed illn (ti paper
some l-ays ago, ,las'h.eeln called o11,
willing g t'o tlw ille- the f t i artow
ipit.lur.
Mr. J,,hn I). S,'ribuler died at the
lMontltt U hl t ,.lt] ,sraturt ay ni.y rit at s
,o'clock. He w- t ,) \v,.rk :it t,,.
S i I:tIa I u. dry ,tl t two W !,s i '7
!roniitracted a +,l,,1 hi,,,- ,!i elw..,v!..!<1 int,


liv'id at llvi,.w for,, nil,.- ,,r (t ., >
jy -ar1" ilil soini,-.t lii (,..f,>;b,. t',i. lit';iht
w as ;ii ,.hlt. 'l h r t.. ;t 11 f t, i, n .t

Stops the Cough and Works Off the
Cold
Laxative EBriino Quinine Tablets
cure a cold illn one day. No curet', ino
pay. Price 25 cents.
Shrill Lane, of .Sumtet r county, was
here Saturday night to consult Dr.
Newsonx professionally and received a
dispatch that the prisoners confined in
the jail at 8umterville attenipted to
break jail and killed one young white
man named Graham. a merchant at
that place. The dead man was ap-
pointed a deputy sheriffa day or two
since. Another man, a brother of the
sheriff, was cut seriously. Two pris-
oners escaped. No further particulars
could be learned.
Robert's Chill Tonic cures. It re-
stiores health and appetite.. Try it.
25ets. Your money back if it fails.
Wim. Anderson. !
Monday afternoon, Mrs. (ieorge
McKiy ntetrttienit. the ltlies of the
Presliyterian church at their monthly
social. A very ples:tnt afternoon was
passed in social conversation, lin tea
drinking, and ill giuessinla <,uestioll,
asked by the lio-4tesa. Tile alnswer-s to
all of thle 'uesitons were to I e found
on a penny. Flor iinstailnce, one of thiei
was to iild a "Jiolly dog'" tine answer
1eiig 'a mierry cur." Amnerica., In
this coent-st Mr.'. I-.--ie MI ( IuiiItll
wa- awarded thile prize fori gu',sit-[g
tie i
To Cure a Cold in One Day
Take Laxative Broy, i quinine Talh-
lets, All druggi.-ts refutil the money
if it fails t t t'ure. E. W. ('rove's sig-
nature is on i1ea''1l liox. 25e).
Mr. P. E. .,obotker was taken sudl-
denly ill with a congestive chlill at
Fitzgerald Thursday. Just before
consciousness left him he gave the
Maionic sign of distress. Mr. Tom
Sexton, of this city, happened to ie
near him and reconiiized the sign,
placed him on board the oncomlilig
train, telegraphed for J)r. Baskin to
meet him at Dunnellon, who met him
and adn-.inistered to him, and tile
unfortunate gentleman was brought
on to Oeala and taken to the ()ala
House in an almost dying condition.
Dr. Smith was summoned, the Masons
of the city appointed a committee to
wait on him and under the skilled
treatment of the physician and the
patient nursing of his Masonic breth-
ren he rapidly improved and will be
abli to be out today. Hlie believes


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DO)LLAR A YEAR..


POLLS FO11031 Only the best
OUR I()V.XN material goes
inll pthe oven and
only the
BEST BREAD
rolls out. It is delightfully crisp and
whole-orm e. A few lie,. I uttered i.- a
nimeil in it-elf and almost as nutritious
ats litat.
Orders for Brea,l. etc'., can he more
sati factorily filled by

BENUS' BAKERY
itan by any other bakery in town.


Jerry Burnett,


Merchant

Tialoring.
Ocala, Florida.
Finest Importdl and
Domestic Cloths. ..


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THE OCALA BANNER, FEBRUARY el, L't'.


THE DISPENSARY QUESTION.


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matt r in many ca-t- not according to
the true imeaniiiii and intent of tilhe
law. What diirerence do.'sit niakewith


t-ecfould class

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e..,uniy. That is the way I look at it.
\\e a a people have no more right
to -e-11 liquor than the individual, and
if the individual s-hould not sell,
neither should the state.. I do not
know if the "Times-Union and Citizen
i.- prohibitionist. I rather think that
paper is opposed to the dispensary
because it wants open saloons, but if
that is the case the editor has ably
covered up his meaning in the article
referred to.
There is no doubt that the dispen-
-ary till would put vast and illegal
power into the hands of a few men;
and. a- that is not the only danger,
thIo-e who are in favor of the moral
htetternient of the race should not fold
their hands and hold their tongues
and see the bill passed.
Thedispensary bill passed by the
legislature of Georgia at its last session
and vetled by the Governor, was the
bill which Mr. Jones got into trouble
about. He so enthusiastically endorsed
the bill in his letters to the Atlanta
Journal that the ministers of his own
and other churches called him down,
and Mr. Jones had to acknowledge
that lie was deceived as to the true
meaning of the bill.
I am not willing that any one should
.ell liquor to corrupt the young men
of our state, but so long as it is done
toy private citizens, and that by the
votes of a majority of the people,I can
at leat soothe my conscience by say-
ing, I can't help it. But when it comes
to having public servants, elected by
the peoplle, of whom I am one, and
which servants I must vote for so as
to keep a worse man from having the
l4ace. I will necessarily feel that the
di-pen-ary keeper is a man I
have pout into office to do work which
is tboo dirty for my own hands. Let no
one say I am not in favor of prohibi-
tion. for there is a vast difference lie-
twgen prohibition and dispensaries.
I am willing to work with all my
might and main to free the state of
the saloon, but I cannot see that it
will do any good to close the saloon
and open the dispensary.
Some one may say they will
Ie run more in accord with the laws.
I deny it. The set of sorry officers
which will let the bar rooms be open
at illegal hours can not be trusted to
see that the dispensary is closed at
those times.
I may come into a different view of
the matter some day. I trust I will
never get to where I will not change
my mind until I die and my brain
ptetrities As long as I live I expect to
retain the right to change with the
weight of evidence. But until I do
hangre, I am against the dispensary.
R. H. MoRRIs.
*"I would cough nearly all night
loiz." writes Mrs. Chas. Applegate, of
Alexandria, Ind., "and could hardly
get any -leep. I had consumption so
had that if I walked a block I would
kough frightfully and spit blood, but.
when all other medicines failed, three
l1.oo bottles of Dr. King's New Dis-
covery wholly cured me and I gained
5s pounds." It is absolutely guaran-
teed to cure colds, coughs, la gripe,
bironchitis and all throat and lung
troulbles. Price :oc and .I.oi". Trial
lbottle- free at Anti-Monopoly Drug
store. 2
The Ocala Daily Banner and Mr.
Madden.

I :ti ;, a;-e< to e(lt the,' t !lir' .-
:i.t t i f: \, i t ;' fiIt o t--fuilni -- in t!he'
, -ta;i-;n.,ii t of a l:i i,: *}'cr. th nu hli
Ilailt-dl tIe ki. ,w that h ,tiu ar1 ,li-eri'ii- )
ia:td :t:aai:i-t iy thle 'liii' :ai-i-taat
',- :;..-ter ireun-ral at Wa -liii2itou
u'i., -'t l-ti l ,h il 'ci he -cc iii clh .a-s


r. F.1 II t- :ti. I-, r. r t:Ir- 1 ai ee a I I
I I i vl' I 1l.- il'.. -U ltel i il .i


-i.~fat ev. atid ti'e ei tho nti. plaut
are e -t i I I te! 1 to I t* i u iii iwoAIa-; hr
chief induustries~.
Reminds Him of A General Jackson


Whist Club Entertained.
\'rdi(,elday afternoon !r-. Clha',
|E. A'-rii n trt:iined tlh ,:rir .t
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i a :;i l';i 1 :. i,>r tir tt lm;' iti,-t,-,u tilf
Ir' 'htq- o ti1- I" .itlit w -'t that desi.troy-
ed for a tiue the principal production
of the state. That ha- survived the
panic that followed the bank failures
and prostration on every side. It has
been an heroic struggle in which the
Banner has never faltered. It has
stood by the people of Marion county
and the state of Florida and now the
people should manifest their appre-
ciation by aiding it in every consistent
way in its enlarged field of usefulness.
Yours truly,
J. D. B.A'oN.
Another Postoffice Ruling,
Of all the absurd rulings of an ab-
surd l!--toflice official that of Edwin
('. Madden, fourth assistant postmas-
ter-general, In reference to Mr. Bry-
an's paper, the Commoner, takes the
cake. This individual says that "in
case of a gift one person may sub-
scribe for another" for a newspaper,
of course): but not when it is on ac-
count of the doctrines advocated by
the editor. Mr. Madden says also
that Mr. Bryan may send out a "few"
complimentary copies; and the latter
gentleman is red-hot after the former
for his definition of the word "few."
In this connection, it may be well
to state that an Epworth League pa-
per at Kingston, N. Y., has been re-
fused further use of the mails as sec-
ond-class matter because not enough
of its subscribers have paid up. The
paper has been printing about two
thousand weekly, and only half were
settled for in advance.
(;reat is Madden, the fourth assist-
ant postmaster-general '-Lake City
Index.
Miss Ford Gives a Golf Party.
Last Friday afternoon Miss Emily
Ford entertained eight of her young
lady friends with a golf tournament.
The game was begun at 3 o'clock and
lasted until about 5:31>. The after-
noon was a perfect one and the game
was interesting and spirited, and re-
suited in Miss Georgie Smith making
the guest score. She was awarded the
prize-silver golf stick-pins in a golf
bag. Miss Mabell Taylor, who was
the visiting young lady, was pre-
sented with a "gopher" hat pin
cushion. Miss Ford's guests were
Misses Georgie Smith, Mabell Taylor,
of Cincinnati, Mona Hiller, Esther
Weathers, Meta Jewett, Lena Bul-
lock and Sara Harris. After the game
the young ladies and a number of
young gentlemen went to Miss Ford's
home to tea. The evening was in-
formally and most pleasantly spent in
playing various games and with vo-
cal and instrumental music.
Miss Ford is always a charming
hoste-,, and an invitation to her home
insures the recipient an ideal time.
A Canning Factory for Ocala.
T'lhe ()cala Banner hias made mien-
tion of the canning factorie.. at Low-
ell anid Splarr. These factories are en-
tirely successful and will be enlarged
during the coming season and the
proprietors of the same have found no
difficulty in placing their entire out-
put at remunerative prices.
The Ocala Banner is now .lad to
announce that Ocala is also to have a
cainning factory. Mr. H. A. Fausett,
who is operating an extensive business
near the ild1 exI)-ition grounds will
a, ht a ial i in ii l ani iifacttiring? Implant
to hi, oitl ifr in du-tries, which may iec
mieili'>t i.,i. a' -=veral in nuiileter.


NOTICE !


WHITE OAK, ASH AND

HICKORY WANTED.




The Hagerstown Spoke and Bend-


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IN JUSTICE


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Murrav Hill ('o)rn ........ .. 2..3
Oldl Ifar\vest ('orn ....... .5
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Strauss' ':- Ilye, full quarts
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;and thi.i was one of the inolt lea.-:aiit
and enjoyable meetings of thet( cllui.
Death of Dr. Pierce.
Dr. H. M. Pierce, whose sudden
death from heart failure was announc-
ed in these columns yesterday, was
one of the most prominent men of
Rochester, New Yorm. He was a
doctor of laws and a prominent man
of letters. He was about seventy
years of age, and led an active and
busy life. He first came to Ocala at
the outbreak of the phosphate excite-
ment, and was here this time by in-
vitation of Mr. Pearson, who is pros-
pecting for oil and has strong faith in
its discovery.
Dr. Pierce was a whole souled, gen-
ial, interesting and conipan ionatile
gentleman and his death is greatly
lamented.
His remains were shipped to) Roches-
ter on the early morning train for
burial.
The remains were accompanied by
his daughter, Miss Isabella Pierce. and
as far as Washington by Mr. Pearson,
where they will be met by a son of
the deceased.
You Know What You Are raking
When you take Grove's Tasteless
Chill Tonic, because the formula is
plainly printed on every bottle, show-
ing that it is simply Iron and Qui-
nine in a tasteless form. No cure, no
ay. 5 ce.
The Reading Club.
The above organization which meets
weekly at the homes 41f the various
members met with Miss Lena Bullock
Tuesday afternoon.
The club as a whole di,,cussed cur-
rent events, after which Miss Nellie
Stevens read a strcrng, able and con-
cise paper on "Lyric Poets of the
Elizabethian Period." Her paper
showed a great deal of thought and
study and was splendid in every way.
Miss Bullock then read an excellent
sketch of the life of Francis Bacon,
after which the meeting adjourned.
The Cable Company.
The above named company, manu-
facturers of pianos and organs, have
opened a branch store in Ocala in the
store just north of ihe Ocala House
and nearly opposite the office of the
Ocala Banner. The company did a
fine business in Ocala a,year ago, and,
banking on the reputation they then
established, they reasonably expect
to do a bigger business this year.
Their tremendous cash capital en-
ables them to sell at amazingly low
prices.
A Democratic Paper.
To the -.htor Ocali nB.itim.
Please make correction in ny ad-
dress on your list to read as below.
Have taken up residence in New Jer-
sey and want the Banner as mulch as 1I
ever did. It is the most truly demyo-
cratic paper I have yet found. Hope
the "baby" will succeed.
B. W. BK-NTrLEV.
Jersey ('ity, N. J., Feb. 1,, 1,)2.
Born
To Mr. and Mrs. Allan Rodgers Mon-
day-a daughter.


'', ,,ir liquors w elltitk, p **'li
lame before tej public. It
would never do toilet ouir goi
stock remainjunsoldl while p'o-
p)e are spending good money on
poor stuff.j An order ;anml a
s7nall amount of cash will bring
some ofthese excellent WIN ES
and LIQUORS to vour door. In
orler to show how little cash it
takes we quote only a few of our
brands below:
Planter I ve. full quarts.
per hot tle . .... -
Fern i[ill Rye. full quarts.
peI"r bottle............ ... -"'
lenderson, made spring ".'*3
full quarts ............... !.:,
HI hunter Rye 5s. ............. 1.'
C'hesapeake ('lub)... ....
Pilgrim age ........... ..... I..
Pullm an .................


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in Ladies' Dress Goosd
that have ever crossed the borders'of Ma.
rion county. Come and see them whether

you buy or not. No trouble to show them.


Remember the place.


WEST SIDE OF PUBLIC SQUARE, OCALA, FLORIDA.



THE SOUTH lT A ND RA RBITRIES

Dealers in Imported and Fancy Bred


BELGIAN HARES

From recent Importations, Queen Lipton, Yorkshire Lass,
Dash Princess, King Vautage. Duke William and Dash
Wonder. Write us.
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DO YOU GET UP


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Indian War Claims.





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the- T re1t-uir4v !-1tilt litirized to settle
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44ive'-i ite -i4.:lItture of the jire-.iden i,
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alLwiunt it' (izeutrly a million dollarss'

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It is All Over Now.

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Time latter ?-tevlmmel to exult ovur the

fac't thamttlt- former had belt-el kept
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That Chase & Sanborn's Famous Coffees and Teas
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your attention to our ve ety of other goods. Each
article bears the brand of the best manufacturers of 3
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