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 28, 1902
Frequency: weekly[]
weekly[ former aug. 25, 1883-dec. 28, 1888]
daily (except sun.)[ former dec. 30, 1888-]
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Subject: Newspapers -- Ocala (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
Newspapers -- Marion County (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
Genre: newspaper   ( marcgt )
Spatial Coverage: United States -- Florida -- Marion -- Ocala
Coordinates: 29.187778 x -82.130556 ( Place of Publication )
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Additional Physical Form: Also available on microfilm from University of Florida.
Dates or Sequential Designation: Vol. 17, no. 12 (Aug. 25, 1883)-
Numbering Peculiarities: Issues for 1884 later called new ser., v. 2.
General Note: Editors: T.W. Harris, F.E. Harris, C.L. Bittinger.
General Note: Publisher varies: Frank Harris & Frank Harris, Jr., <1913
General Note: Description based on: New ser., v. 2, no. 14 (Dec. 1, 1883).
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Bibliographic ID: UF00048734
Volume ID: VID00629
Source Institution: University of Florida
Holding Location: University of Florida
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Resource Identifier: oclc - 18660476
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ROLLINS VICTORIOUS.

Wins the Base Ball Game From the
Agricultural College Team.


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What waxt advertised to be a bright
and intere-ting game of base ball be-
tween the teams of the Florida Agri-
cultural I'ollege and Rollins College
proved to be a very one-sided atffair.
Aside from the individual work of
one or two of the players, and a
couple of slight accidents, the game
was devoid of sensation. It is perhaps
to', early in the season for the bolys to
I0e at their best, the Lake City boys
. liaving had scarcely any practice, and
i,'llin- had played only three game-..
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Stlil I[.ke t'ity wa-n iat :tle t make
:ill% thing but go'-e e.gs, ninile of thiemli
having Ibeen placed to her credit.
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The work of the Itollins battery was
excellent, the pitcher, Walker, hav-
ing struck out sixteen men. In fact.
the whole Itollins team played ex-
cellent ball, and had the otlier team
bett-l' inl a- goot)il oe ndltiion tlie bamse
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lie -ltA fr I(el ed ; lr i' v tal .lay-. Ill
tihe -ixtli inning. l':v'trndoi. w\\lien
rulnningli to second I'a.-e, came il n'i-
le-iii with Hensley and 1ioth were
hurt .so badly that the game wa-
stoppjed for several minutes. All of
these young men showed their jpluck
and determination by remaining in
the game, though they were badly
hurt. e-pecially Mr. Evernden. whose
io-4e was broken.
The imemibersl of both teamli- are
getltleii:tiily young menlill, and it ha-t
t-een a _rre:t pIeauire to have theli
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to Dr. s i .h' 1 e ai- al; ,wa- doii .
for hi-m po?-i'e For a while it was
6' fatal. but we are laid to say that M.r.
NIl Golf Tournament.
Saturday afternoon the bi-monthly
golf tournament for the ladies took
place. There .wre ten entries.
The liiiies are taking agrelt interest
.f l if lthis winter and smile of the
are rapidly the coming expert play ers.
After the gallie tea and crackers.


MEtt.,re of the United Confederate
Veterans.
i:a-t Fr;il(y ,u,,riiiii at thei t e urt
hli-c. the I ift.derate Veterans con-
vetied at 11 ;.;,- o'clock.Gen. Ballantile
in the chair. Mr. J.W.Lyles acted as
%secretary pro tern until the arrival of
S'ol. Hall. There were four camps
represented at the meeting, viz: Ma-
rion camp no. 56, R. E. Lee, Nassau,
and E. A. Perry, camps.
('omrade John M. Martin made a
short address.
The following committees were then
appointed: Historical committee,
II. W. Long, chairman, Francis B.
Fleming and Ilr. T. I). Crawford.
All veterdn- iin the brigade were re-
luii-..ted t',) -end all personal reminis-
.nct-' and hit<-tor:-al data that they
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kit,-. <4 O ranie I.akhe.
IThe veteran- theu tendered a vote
of thanks to, the Daughters ,f the
Confederacy for the reception given
them at the Montezurtu Hotel Friday
night.
Jacksonville was chosen as the
place for holding the next reunion of
the Second Brigade.
After this they adjourned.
The Veterans expressed themselves
aI: having had a very pleasant visit in
our rity, and imnie time in the future
\r) l!.pet' t) !iv.' thli,-1i with i!.- gaini.


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write- Mrs. r I'.,I ,. Chierley. of Peter-
-on. Ia., "and a lanie back pained ume
!o, I could not dress myself, but Elec-
tri' Bitters wholly cured :.me. ansd
although 73 year- old, I now am able
to do all my housework." It over-
comes constipation, improves appe-
tite. gives perfect health. Only 541c,
atAnti-Monopoly drug store. 3
Death of Mrs. Jeffie H. Bell.
The above named estimable woman
died Tuesl'ay night between the hour.,
,of nine i it1l t ien o'clo k.
Mr-. Hell wa- < native of tlil- ,ity
:il! wa :i a (ian,,iiHt'r of thlie late I Z) i::-i

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lettuet ,. I a re: ,ats. I1, acre s: velvet
' ie:atis, i, :wre-;- corn. 75 acres; : -.
utts. ]Di acres: cotton, 15 acres: 'nions
'* ( al acre.
'This i-. an example for the race, and
nterpOriselthat is in every way com-
mendable.
The greatest danger frame cold- and
la grippe iS their re-ulting in pneu-
nuiiia. If rea-onalble care i,- ised.
li,)wever, and Chat'limberlain's ('ouigh
leniedy taken, all danger will l Ie
av'ide, t. It will o.tire a cold or any
attack f la gripple in less time than
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CHERRY EXPECTORANT


For Coughs,

Colds,

Whooping Cough,

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*i a n t- t.. niel It tihat Ir'l)iintII Q ,- i
t -;:n'_" dri.twimg .ard for next Tue--
dayeventing. iMarch ltI,at the armruryv.
t'iderilia," a reproduction ill Edi- i
)nu'-. latest moti on pictures of a ureat
New York play will be rendered, to- ;
gether with a great number of new
and interesting scenes. There will
also be good music. The prices are
to be popular, reserved;seats, :35 cents.
At the Postafrice Drug Store. Turn
out and give the boys a lift.
Straightforward, upright, clear cut
business methods, coupled with ex-
perience gained in the axle business
since its inception, is the explanation
(if Tmy sucee--. It -houldi alppe.al to)
y(u. If in :dl tlii -; erth there i- any-
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T".ii thief' to iiv\ ,1'sii'rr i i," -' t ,:"
axl e < 'll anl4 *1'1 I ''k, hI "- W :11
fix po'>r axle. in a very -',t time -,
they will appear a- new. It
Mr. J. K. Needham died at Cordele,
Ie<,,rgia last Saturday night. Mr.
Needham lived in Ocala for several
years and owned the residence now
owned occupied by Mrs. It. D. Thomp-
son. He was connected with the
Western Uniont Telegraph Company.
His friends her.. will regrret to learn
o)f his death.
Faults of digestion case di:-orders
of the liver, and the wihle sy.-teni be-
VcoI'e- deranged. Hvrhiine perfect-
tile pr':es. of digetilon andh a-- ilia-
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wai i ( ), ala1 ye -ter"day -aking hai ds
with; hi old tie friend-. :1 r. Tay-
lor is now re-iding at Ilayvl,,rt in this
state but still represents a New York
hardware house.
Winter coughs are apt to result in
con!-umption if netglected. They can


soon be irokeu utp biy uing Foley's
Honey and Tar. Anti-Moouop-ly Drug
store. ru


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Merchant

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Gov. JCmnirIgs on Florida's


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#e-- w ork-er- are addii' tiew mier- *t
railt a the /.o'iad- alrak- in uilt -tt. whi
new rail-ty ,.a-d :ti iprived waterwa i
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are rt-aching out into new territory
The ilderness of twenty years ago I!
dotted over with thriving village
beautiful farms and groves, and th
happy homes of a prosperous, content
ed people.
This is only a part of the growth c
twenty years. Who can with an
certainty predict the future of the
,state? It has foir its known resource
inexhaustible beds of phosphate. lm
mense deposit of kaolin clay and fuli
lera-earth, with beds of cement, the
areas of which are yet only conjec.
tured.while iron and other metals and
minerals are known to exist in quanrl
titie-. I ut have not yet been examinti
ed to determine their extent. Whal
is known to exAsit but suggests the ex-
i-tance'of equally, if not more, valua-
ble treasures hidden away in the
earth.
The streams and waters in and
around the state teem with fish in
endless variety, oysters, shrimp, giant
crawfish and sponge-illimitable
wealth for the taking, while the for-
ests hold fortunes in their billions of
feet of lumber and their immense
quantities of naval stores. Every see-
tion of the state can show its streams
and great springs, ezhaustlem sand un-
limitable power for manufactures of
every description, or the generation
of electricity for lighting ppUpss, for
driving machinery or for trmporta-
ton. All these things aeat the door
only waiting the moment to spring
Into aetive bsth
The ezpeibnc mof the past he
owed forth the future, and a few
year. will see Floid. produinlg mU.
Ioanef posed orll sugar, her rice will
be in every market, her eignaws will be
the Joy of a lovers or fine tobaeo,
her fruit will be known and appre-
ated by all, and her vegetables win
aupp y the wanted of lems-hvored se.
thens, while her fish and oysters will
reach every hl mlet mn the land. These
are the poucts Florida can promTie
from her land and her water, but
these ase not all.
Wem a getting a glimpse into the
future through the opening door of the
oilywaitng te mmentto *riU


Thelbitter feud existing between the
two South Carolina senators culmi-
nated last Saturday in a personal al.
tercation between the two gentlemen.
Mr. Tillman, under the sharp criti-
cisms ofiSenator Spooner, stated that
for his vote on the Philippine question
senator McLauren was riven the
control of the Federal patronage of
South Carolina. Senator McLauren
denounced thile statement as a "willful,
malicious and deliberate lite."
3Mr. Mcl.aureni had searcelvy tin-hed
the sentence before iMr. Tillman jump- n
ed over two or three beuchsl andI
ttrut-k Mr.1lMI.auren in the face with:
his clenchedltist and the two -enators
clinched and.had a rouigh and tumble
right and were finally separated iy
the -ergeant-at-aruias.-.isted by other
senators.
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Vt' l ni" .i t nat ji"i 111 a e I r lttti i 'i I" t aiii :tr :, .It, r1 I .r \
readily 0.inv#ert t-it r:,w l antei:al int'o l l, hin,- k. t a r
wart: e :at ,olinia parativ'-ly little i -t. .tina :11 t;rt y .4' : -
FloridIa i- now !1hippinIg large *iliai- Bob and Alf-Tom and Telfair.
titie- of timber and lumber to South I'litic in lD)uval county are theci-ot
American i ccuntie-. lut in the event ilng extremely lively. M.r. Th,,ma- T
of tlie early con-truction of an inter- Stockton, hbusinie-, manli:laer if the
oceanic canal this business will in- Times-'nion and Citizt.i. and ll
crease to an enormous extent. That brother, Mr. Telfair Stokton,. one ai
which leaves here now as lumber will the l ost prominent real estate dealer.
then go in the shape of buildings. in the city, are ol.posing each othel
ready on their arrival at their destina- for the state senate. It promises to
tion to be put together for immediate a repetition of the gubernatorial race
use. The manufacture of sash, doors, of Bob and Alf Taylor, of Tennessee,
blinds, molding and other finish- which attracted national interest.
ing work, already quite an extensive The exception in this case is that
business, will within the next few both the Stocktons are on the aaime
years largely increase, because of the side, but belong to dillerenit factions.
need tio convert into merchantable Tot Causes NightlAlarm.
material the timber of the exhausted night ay
turpentine farm, and this, too, will I .
.tind .. taken with croul,'" write-s M\r-. J. ('.
find its way to) fr-ign niarkets. i_ ,. ... .
S. Snidlr, of ('rittendl Our people need to learn something it would trangle befi-re we coulhl get
to help the progress of the state and a doctor, so we gave it Dr. King's New
to add to their own growing wealth. 1)iscovery, which gave ajuick relief
They need to learn that their forests and permanently cured it. We al-
hould he guarded against destruction, ways keep it in the house to protect
that their fish and game must be pro- our children from croup and whoop-
tected to prevent wasteful killing, and ing cough. It cured me of a chronic
that their fruits and vegetables should bronchial trouble that no other rem-
be carefully inspected and the pack- edy would relieve." Infallible for
ages branded before leaving the state, coughs, colds, throat and lung troubles.
so that nothing but good, sound, ripe 5oce and $1. Trial bottles tree at the
fruit and vegetables of the first qual- Anti-Monopoly Drug Store. 3
ity only shall be put upon the market, The Oispensary.
to command the highest prices wher- The Ocala Banner realizes that
ever they are offered for sale. there are two @ides to the dispensary
The total debt of Florida is $1,039,. question which is forcing itself upon
500, of which $148,000 is held by indi- the voters of tbis state for settlement
rlduals, and the reminder, $884,500 is at the polls at the coming primaries.
field by the several educational ftnde There will be good and sincere men
Df the state, bearing interest at the who will range themselves in Its favor
ate of 3 percent. She mha no foating and equally as good and sincere men
lebt,-nd has the lowest txrate of who will range themselves in oppo-
my tate in the union except New sition to I
ermey. Extensive improvement The Ocala Banner will open its col-
iave been made during the pat year umes for its diseamion from both
n the school properties of the tate, points of view.
md the work of remodeling the eapi. And while it hopes the discussion
ol building is now In progree. The will be as strong and forceful as the
ot, when completed, will be 176,000. partisans on both sides can make it,
llU these additional expense that at the same time it hopes the lan-
ave been incurred have been met guage employed will be temperate
rithoutany increase in the rate of and free from vindictiveness and
nation. No state in the union is in abuse.
better financial condition or has a As the question is an important one
righter outlook for the future than let us approach its discussion with
as Florida. soberness of purpose.
W. 8. JENNrNG. Old Soldier's Experienee.
M. M. Austin, a civil war veteran, of
The Farmer's Wife. Winchester, Ind., writes, "My wife
Is very careful about her churn. She was sick a long time, in spite of good
alds it thoroughly after using, and doctors' treatment, but was wholly
ve It a sun bath to sweeten it. She cured by Dr. King's New Life Pills,
knows that if her churn is sour it will which workeays wnder for hr health
int the butter that is made in it. .ey at the A d ti-nopoly drug
he stomach is a churn. In the stom- store. 3
h and digestive. anid inutrititve tract-A I


are performed processes which are ex-
actly akin to the churning of butter.
Is it not apparent then that if this
tomalltch churn is "-our" it ours all
whin-l is put int.. it? The evil of a
f ui -toilnac-lh i n',t thle bail taste in
the mouth and the ful b1reatli caused
b1 it, but the corruption of thile pure
current of tlhe bt.14,i and the di-eun-
iatiaion of lite.ease thjr',ouhout the
bolvdy. Dr. Pier-e's (Iolden Medical
Discovery makes the sour stomach
sweet. It does for thle stomach what
the washing and sun bath do for the
I churu-ab-olutelY removes everv taint.


If Ocala will now show us how to
joput upon the market the beautiful
Florida woods the whole state will
owe her a debt of gratitude. For in.-
tetrior decorttion- and artistic u-e
these material cvanoit 'ie siirpa.-eil.
"Lualitv and dpric.e on iiteri,," anidl
they needle but ititelIliva'nt application
to insure the opelini f another mine
of wealth:.--Tirii.s-l'nion i al. 'itizten.
The Best Prescription for Malaria
('hills and fever is a bottle of
Grove'- Tasteless C'hill Toni. It is
-imply iron and nniniine in a tastele-s
form. No cure-no pay. Price 21-,.


WHISKIES


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The Tillman -UcLaurin Affair.
0 ft oninwnting on the puLilistie en-
counter in the United IStat" --;euate
Between Sen~atoprs Tillrni&. and Yc-
Laurin ilf, the Ijeii-aIIlat ~Say.--
-Wht-ii any p ~r-Aoiicull,; tiiothier a
-Wilful, IjIIahi jious an.iisotlilberat.- ii-r,
lie mnu-t expect as a jirt A iit tt~-I -
a i~ooel deal (,f truth: in whiat 'nit. i'rte--
AS. !'01144 -a hiixiti itiri-
renx:iain %hat it i-. ahihIttih~~l
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This


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in Ladles' Dress Ooosd
that have ever crossed the bordersof 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 SOUTHLAND RABBITRIES


Dealers in Imported and Fancy Bred


BELGIAN HARES

From recent Importations, Queen Lipton, Yorkshire I.aiu,
Dash Princess, King Wautage. Duke William and Da-
Wonder. Write us.
W. D. MORTON. 1gr.
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Tie papei r "Of the People, tor the People and by the People."


OCALA,


FLORIDA. FRIDAY. FEBRUARY "2,. 1ji '.


DOLLAR A YEAR.


Snap


your Fingers


at Dyspepsia


Ih'tn' is :t ,tualitv in Royal Bak-

::..; I' t'r, Ccimin,. from tlie purity

t:i 1 \\ll ,lCS()nicCss of its ingre-


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PRINTING MACHINERY FOR SALE.


I]-, P r ,. tap,-l ss delivery.
talil,, d; x 4- bed

<, n, .,. I'. Gr)l'dn Jobbt-r.
Z-i.. :' x A;. twv -.t-ts roller tocks
f, nirci'ta---... tirni)v-fiT anl ,-tt-'ain

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digestion.


I:, ,1 raised liv it will not distress.

'1 his ilctiliarity of Royal has been


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:tii thlcvy accordingly recommend

it in ll the preparation of food, espe-


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t;r.:-.\ ..r. th!. c ,'.-t- ,)f M r.-. T. B.

Mr NV. M1 L. rnie..f Floral (City.
a- MniioitnC thie vi-itors to (or&al

T. rk. weun, <*hi,i the *ist liniment
niade. guaranteed lby Tydiugs & Co r
'o.; i'. i. lowll. of Jacksonville,
a*. a prorniment visitor to (Ocala
ye-terTlay.
4 a0ptaiin 'ox. superintendent of the
Ituttent*ach'ti mine at Floral City,
Sa- .-ala yesterday.
N!' \1 P. Hou ige.. wlho has been
* : th ipaplr for -.'me time past, left
\ -', raiy for lf yv %% est.
\ ,.. it' v la-t I will -ell lpedinreed
I.. ,M:' htar'-. F. W. Iliggs. O('ala.
u 1"-1 ;
S* s .*t' l. u t e xieople w ill
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rn- s* -n -t1 *e I-o tf


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I wrt.-tv a l i.'li i I Itills


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1)4 WI.LIAM ST, NEW YORK

i WV- hav,- KKIinit. cotton corn and
vt--gtatle, h igrhl t rald fertilizers., for
ale forcash or< rpsi.tns-. W '.F'.
I lui-hy. t Mrrit.on,t Fla. "' "
SMr. S. l;. ird-,-y. Jr has .rone to,
i Ma.co., (-a.. and will zo, into the
Sroike-rene tutine-- in that city, while
Mr. I T. I.irnse-y lia- entered the
S-aie- biu-iine-- iln til- ,'itv.
'Moithr- 'a I i .af!elvy lve F',leV's
i,Honiey and 'Tar t,, th.iri children for
Z'uI rli- and oilId-. f.,r it e-*,ntaitii 11o
,,pIlate- or other p,,-,;.;-. .nt\1-Mo.-
Saiolyv Drur Stora,. ID
Mr. I ,-,. F. D)ittmar. of the Bradley
Phli,-ptiate company with head.luar-
ter- at Floral < ity, was a prominent
vi itor to (h'ala Wedn sday. He was
aecom1paliedI by his little -on.


Mr. John A. Bishop, of Clearwater,
who is so wellknown in this city, is in
Tallahassee on business couuneted
with the Tallahassee Southeastern
railroad, in which he is interested.
WANTEIT :-Two travelling salesnien
in each state: salary and expenses;
permanent position: experience not
absolutely essential. Address E. A.
Brown Tobacco Co., (Greensboro, N. C.
2-sS-3t
Mr. Phil (;riggs was among the visi-
tors to Ocala yesterday. Mr. 4 riggs
is among the most prosperous farm-
ers in the county and has his orange
grove rehabilitated and just coming
into bearing.
The Ocala Banner i- delayed a few
hours this week on account of an a(c-
cident to its ga.- engine. But the
dannage has noiw been repaired ani. it
'trusts no more delay, will occur.
hev. L. \\Wrre-ii left yesterday
for 1\:omu, ta.., to viItt i- monither.
lTnt 7t1pti-t. H itI tlii--i:;y are dtb-!I itetd
Sw:t I Mr1. \\ a trniT i and V t.\e ttlid rtl
. hit ain atli '1 tl call. whtick ;. as
: ,rider ,'*otiidt-raHri, ..
\Ir. Jiml Turni'r. o, L.-vyvi\ill. vwho
I- wtli known nI Oraait. a;id ~.h11 ai-
ia tnuil'er of relative- ire. hlai- I.,'
ials-, : -.t i-lalnd c.'ttoti, which ite
volue- at 2" ceut- pcr poIui:d,, ag.re-
g:at:tt!g ""',,"
Prof. B. I.. Notthl'utt. after clo-int
his work here this week will leave
foar a vi-it to the Charleston Exposii-
tion. later lie will -o to tIreenville.
C. ., where lie will conduct a dancing
Ssch ,ol' 1 during tihe early spring.
o. ..


Pirt-Ident I too'eyelt tinitik- lie'
-'.a' II.:!.-. ht.,U~ti.t-f--tmind- niavil a!Tatr- a- well as.
in- --fatt~t:. ii nuIitn:r' anlant-. But tire ;irt!-t.!t's
-' lt' ~1"''.t m: rn rrz hroiii- I ii on tai ilfu rictuon)t-. and
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Funeral of Mrs. Bell,
Thfe funeral of the late Mrt
Harvey Bell took place from
res-idtence Wednesday after
03:3-. The funeral service wt
by Mr. W. L. Jewett, in the
of a minister of the Epi-c.pal
of which tie deceased was a
member.
The choir, compo)-ed(l of Mr
Breedlove, Mr-. J. C. Porter,
S. *ullen. W. M1. Dale and
"-tevet-u. saug very sweetly,
Kindly Light," aut "'Nearer
t) l't #ee. '
Tl'ie pall bearers were (eiener
Bullock. Me-sr-. It. A. Burf
Dozier. J. M. l '.r-;, ). T. ( ,re
F. E. Harri-.
The remains were followed
cemetery by a large number of
Mrs. Bell was prominently id


with the hii.tory


of Ocala.


outbreak of the < civil War s
selected from a number of
ladies to present a tflag to t
company that enlisted from tl
and made a speech so brillia
patriotic that it is still rememb
the few now living who heard
The sympathy of our cit
extended through these colu
the sorrowing family.


A Night Alarm.
Worse than alarm of fire at
the brassy cough of croup,
sounds like the children's deal
and it means death unless son
is done quickly. Foley's Hon
Tar never fails to rive instant
and quickly cures the worst r
croup. Mrs. P. L. Cordier, ,of
ington. Ky., writes: *'My thri
ihi girl hadt a -fvere ca-e of
the d,,ctor,said -he could niot 1
zit a bottle of Foley's Honi
Far. the first tdo-e iave Cquic'
andl -avt-d lir iitf,."' hetiu-,e
tute,-.. Anii-li \).tpoly Drug StO


Ocala to Have Auother Spoke and
Rim Factory.
Th. i-l'.t erstownI. MI Spoke anil
1B,'ditg- ComtIpanty, of wlhi-li Mr.
S .it)!d, i- pre-sidenit atild with which i


MIr. in.i 't'time t y c ii tei
whd)m o vnciare iniw ini ) 'ala,an
t :.''A~te ct-tial inh~ii tnta liranich Nfv'tory
iti tlin- city. Th ey aplpeara-d 1'ef.itt'


the board aof trade last night autd su-.
umitted certain propositions w!.ich re-
ceived the endorsement of that I,',ody.
lI he city ,ountcil will be asked to re-
lieve thi- company, if erected in the
city limits. of taxation for a.period ,of
year, a nd certain other c',ncess.in-.
will he asked, whi-h we hiave no t
doubt will ,e grrantt-d,. a:id whe i dont:e
this new industry w ii immediately
t ee-t:lblished. and we know from tihe
experience aileld from tho S[poke and,
lilt fa,'tory already establi-held in our
n.i.,t, ihow nmv'e it wii! mean for the
;,r-i>'ettity of our city.
.1.-,r--. Seai.1', t I an-'i MU.'!In are
, ,-, .;. w it i -1 a -" u t )icil i wt utd
Sa,.. : I ay th-i'L i'f tiiner f-t'torv i
-'; ,,-,! ,"I ld ,, hete f',r -ev, 'a' i
v. :'- ~ ';. n. i-u-a', i thith -,-t ,ih-i.-
)l ,t!.' >"' '} t'r e'si 't'-r; i'tr '.i!


A Cinderilla Party.
Yet.terdlay afternoon little MIi-s Nt.-
lie ,ottlietb entertained forty of her
friends at a C(inderilla party. Thet o
camion being her ninth birthday. The
young hostess was a-sisted in reeyiv-
ing and entertaining hel-r gu".ts by her
mother. Mr,. N. I. (;ottlil, anl Miss,
Annie and Het'ie Sharipe.
In one of the rooms a large picturee
of the fairy tale heroine, (Cindlerilla,
wa,- pasted on the wall, anrd eaih
.lhilli wiven a paper ,lipper, was then
tnlindfolded and the (ion- pinniiing tile
slipper nearest tlie foot of (ind-rilla
received the priz-. In the galne lMis,-
Jean Au-tin was the fortunate wili.
n+-r, a i,,auntiful doll. while W. V.
Newo-)mn..ir., wa- awardeil the lotilVy,
a '.pyof thlie "ArA bian Nights.l-"
Mi-.- L)i- Sr'tt thet tlay-I, a
march and tlh" eiildren *ro.-eedlt-d tto
the dining-. romn. The taiie wa- a
a t,:,atsantijul .si t and wat- tilled with
all -,rt ,' of fo. d thin'g- that 4i ilbd-h-it,
ar.- ')f f-,ln f. At eaC h pih '" wa-; a
lighted ,ti dl-, tli, cild t t w!a,,-,
I-Lave th. canildi turned t!;r- lu re'-ive a prize. Mi- ('l:tr:a John-on
wa- thle winner of this priz., a 'ake-t
oft ,aitly.
ThiAs party will hI. l,>ng remembered
by thee children wiho all say that Mi-s
Nellie is charming little hostess.


&. Jeftle To Teachers and Patrons.
her late On Saturday, the 8th day of March,
Sr,) at i about twelve or fifteen of the bright-
as read est boys and girls in Marion county
absence will contest for three prizes, ot which
hurch,' Ispecifications have already been made
devoted
evote public. Of the boys and girls we feel
r*. C B. proud and b-elieve there is a future for
Mes C.srs thel. In order to give the pro per
MVerns. encouragement I hope that parents
Le and all friends of education will ,corn,
M Y;od and show by their presence that they
alappreciate their children's etlfrt.
'rThis c, ute-t i- to take the place of the
al lRobt.
Ird. ,. monthly county teachers' association,
en and I wish every teacher in the coun-
ty cld i bepre ent. Thie contest will
S he held in the armory building,.( criI-
friends mneucin..- at 10 o'clock a. m. Some
entitled eight or ten contestants have already
;t the notified me that they are preparing
At the
Sto take part and I wish to ask the
teachers where the schools :have
young closed to notify mo, of those who ex-
he first peet to contest, and where the schools
nt and
)ered by preparing work please notify me.
XW. D. CARN.
it.
izens is A Bonvincing Answer.
imuns to "I hobbled into Mr. Blackmon's
drug store one evening," says Wesley
Nelson, of Hamilton, Ga., "and he
night I asked me to try ('hamberlain's Pain
which Balm for rheumatism with which I
Sknell, had suffered for a long time. I told
nething him I had no faith in any medicine
ey andas they all failed. He said : 'Well if
t relief ('hamberlain's Pain Balm does not
orms 4) help yon, you need not pay for it.'
IManF- I took a bottle of it horue and used it
e according to the direction and in one
week T was cured, and have not since
croup been trouble with rheumatism "
live. I
S old by Anti-MNonopoly Druz Store in
ey alnl
k relief Piani, ttnillng. If yV n u-,a it goodi
>- sti- work a- ll at \\eihi-.'- ,r thIi f)tal:t
.)re. mi New- ( ,o. tf


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NOTICE!


WHITE OAK, ASH AND


HICKORY WANTED.


The Hagerstown Spoke and Bend-

ing Co., of Hagerstown, Md., ar.'
here for the purpose of buying.
and all persons who have for
sale any of the above-named
timbers. before disposing of th,,
same, will do well to confer
with their agent.


T. W. LUTZ,


i C.'A1A


Our Stock of


flen's and Boys' Clothing

Is Being Sacrificed
So as t. isak,' r,.,oM f,. tth, N-.'% ",[prmi and Summier G,, ,as
N'w i<- your chan,,, t<. 1ty.


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p ri ur Er, ain. I I)r,--.. Irwl I- -il I- a) bt is, I t Kt a'i rtiain
araasfl .y thO l nexT few IXV-' dw'' iu.~v awnV V4,1111, a.- b


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Tne claim of other enough medici.ie*
to tbe a- good a- Chamberlain'%, are ef.
fectually set at rest in the following
testimonial ,if Mr. D. Glass, an em-
ploye of Bartiett & Dennis 4 ,.. ;ard-
iner, Me, He sa\ s: 'I had k.-pr ad-
ding to a cald and cough in the winter
ofr IS trying every coughn meiiciine I
heard of without permanent help. un-
til one day I was iu the drug st,,re of
Mr. Houlehan and headvisd me to try
(Clurminiberlain's C'ough Remedy and
otlereil to pay back my money if I
was not cured. My lungs and !r,,ia.-
I dial tubes wer very sor, at this ,tine..
Iut I was (comlpletely cured Iy tli s!
I remedy. and hav -in'-e always turni-ed
to it when I or a cold. an"-e, tind
relief. I al-o reconirn,-,l it t-. my
friends and antm lad t y av it i- :it-.
t e-' counli mn.dii'iets. F"r -
Anti-Monopoly Dru..r store,. N

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SThis ?,,m at r. .r- -,,,: f thn li ;'n
i Laxative Bromno=Quinine Taf ;pf
the remedy that cures a cohIl Sn one day

Announcement.
We take this )aopplertunity of an-
nouncing to the farmer, of this Andl
adjoining counties, that it is our in-
tention to add to our e tablimhedl ice
manufacturing business, in Ocala, a
modern, well equipped Meat Packing
Department to meet the demands of
this new enterprise, we invite the
cordial support of our farmers, we will
be in the market at the opening of the
next season to buy hogs paying cash
at market value.
East Fla. Iee Mfg. Co.
S'IMON BENJAMIN. Manager
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ing was held in the c-ity of philadel-
pli~a. and Heniry J. B 'ymondl editor
-f th New York Timie-, wil' tit net
tinien wa7- -the.. asowivK~e .,fH-race'
m r :'t i i a t ai i ttw i t Iv ei' .,'U V 4 t 4'r
South 4 'ar~l'13m.
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OPEN LETTER TO THE PEOPLE ,,,OF f ,' .. of,-... ,-fll,,v
FLORIDA. l 'r.vini: rhia. Flri.id :. .A


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Uniiint )l'i Flridan. tro rt thit- .v i'I "It
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: .:i thI .- fedt ral d e -p !ith .,.:aau -. D' "vi al' o f ciiu, S. ",o m "" "'- 'ieid h -
ttl t., : -.
It ,dto- i-tielli a Iitt a- iiie ii-:-t-hd it t A!,I ilrt-.-li:i I )av h:- tii-.
-ell -olaI wattr. tlaco and i-iarson ; n-:rv ,a to intr'teu.e an-lt a't of ( i]fr.-.-
-untlday and con-ider it unlawful and apprpriatiti u tili,'.-funds- for the
-inful to sell peanuts, candy vegeta- ere,-tion of ,aid icuillingi.
tile and meats. The thing is ridiculouson its face.
There is absolutely no necessity for
Very frequently the man who knows the trection of a public building at
the least makes the greatest pretense, I Gainesville for the needs of the United
the emptiest drum the loudest sound. I States land officee than there i- for
the shallowent water the loudest roar,t theerection o' a lighthouse, which Col.
while the great depths are dumb. Davis also facetiously promised the
citizens of that place.
The territories of Arizona, Okla- Whc isit done?
hma and New Mexico, are to be ad- Becaus-e the lInited States court
mitted to immediate .tatehood. To ha bee estalli-tied at Ocala, aid
make any more new state- we must thi- city iia, a'ketd f,,r the erection of
is-- i nada. Mexico and Yucatanl. a public i. ildiing for the proper and
al~udi,+I~uidil fo the 1,rt~e an


I::i :j -,rnr'u Sunday. Dr. M',Cr-
ki-. **f s:\va in-hi, ,aii lii:i, tri! utt
r, ,\-. J vw A. ifi: ,tL ;r tiine-h ,-
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,',i;;.> l].!,i:.t.-l to him.

Thie large-t -hipsmlent .f ,,i4l whi.ii
ever left New York in a -ingle diay
wa- .ent to Eurolip Nov. 1'. on the
-team-hip Kaiser Wilhelm der ;.ro---e.
The-urn was 7T.,'.2.19,. No other
uhip in the world's history has ever
teen so richly laden.

The Kiwsimme Valley Gazette is au-
thorized by Hon. J. M. Bryan to an- t
nounce that, on account of his failing
health, he will not be a candidate for t
re-election as a member of the rail- (
road commission. His name there- a
fore will not be presented to the peo- E
ple for this office in the coming pri. i
mary.

The director of the census In Wash. f
ington city has just given out some i
information that is exceedingly flat-
tering to the :south. Its growth in f
population is fully equal to that of any v
other section of the country, and its b
growth of small towns is largely above It
those of other sections, and is rapidly p
becoming a manufacturing section. h
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WANT NE ti
The little fellow n
baa blown with all n
,is atenglt, and the
downy tufts still
clin to the dande- K
Sliga sem. Accord.
ing to the oracle of
childhood mother
does not want him.
But mother would tell
a different story. She t
has noticed the weak-
ness of the lungs, and t,
if she saw him now, f
flushedi with his unusual
efT,.rt anl stru ,gling t
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"MediCI It is es-ecia(lv
keS with sowune.dk health lsh I S
tire ree from alcohol nd n tic& _
there is no medicine .' h '.diing n .
streng~hemnin as Ilb. h'krce's voldcn i
Medical Dlis.co'very. It is eseciav valuable for children, building up weak ly
bodies with sound, healthy tlesh. It is
entirel. frtre from alcohol and narenic w I


'o)lefortalle trani-action ,i fthe court'

4 >r :tt lt-at, t!,at',- t:.,- way it a;piatr'
tP ii :11aU up a: tr'-'.
WV lei t tii- i. -i:,t .- [ the- I aitt-,i
?tat< ,- --, *,I',,-f !- Wm hilnii. ?,*e ibu-i-
S-- ... f ti.e I i; :d S. att- '-olrt is ani-
.:a.illy ilirit-a.-,J. ":andl a- the po''pu-
lati'u i!lr .-e.s the i'ul-ine-- of the
court will litnrease -teadily with it.
If 4'aine.-ville can come in ahead
of 4 )cala and have a public building
erected her hliope will be to have the
United States court removed from
Ocala to( ;ainesville.
That seems to be the milk in the
cocoanut, and itdoesn't require a man
toi be up in a tree to see it.
Ocala permitted G ture her state school, and now are her
citizens going to sit quietly down and
allow uainesville to capture her United
States court and all of its belong-
ngs?
Hon. Stephen M. Sparkman is now
ur congrtesman. We appeal to him
or protection. Alachua county is not
n his district. Marion county is.
We ask seriously if Congressman
Sparkman is going to permit Gaines-
ille to have the erection of a public
building when her public needs abso-
ately do not require it, as we have
pointed out, and not allow Ocala to
iave one, when her public neees do
require it, as we think we have clear-
y proven ?
Ocala is very much in earnest in
his matter and shall look to Congress-
ian Sparkman to aid her in her de-
uands and protect her in her rights!

KEEPING ALIVE THE MEMORIES OF

THE CIVIL WAR.

No hostility nor disloyalty is meant
the I united States government nor
the ol,ilttlag which follows or should
*,low the -moni-titutio,n in the eflbrts
f the 4 ',nfederate -oltditr to" keep
reenl the 4I orie. e of the '.ivil war.
i*vvriV Zi: : me ..i i bet.1 :,i 4-t!rv. i
ur a::i "' rtituiv f ti.ev *I i.'r *f
)it war o.., the -. :~ i li'i.
'iit t.' t I" :a t -; *- ,ur: ".Z a:;d
v i t -- i t' "t.:'a-'
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HIa l it '-et' l :.', e tii -,,i!,, -, ot
ttht.r -ie, thitire wo',uil have betei
'ry little rancor ,,r bitterne-.s follow-
ig that strife. There was a great
'alle-s unfriendly feeling immediate-
at the close of the war than there
is several years afterwards when the


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were so largely developed, was als tl have beel, di 'arded by d ti gret.f"
the south's contribution. I til now, with the exception of two or
The Counfederate. ol ier reem-.three, it is the same as the open salootn:
Thie of- i'a. r that.AleA are made to minors and ,




ers that more than half the presi- ukards; that in many dispensaries
dents, justices and associate justices of a tlirdi t n e dlise sai
the supreme court belong to the south liquor is drunk on the premises, and,
He remember .tha in all the glories of the
theUni-.ted State on lad and sea, was once stated and regular, regard-
in field and cabinet, in its traditius of sale now t isdeclared by high
history, and literature he h a ority that alari depend to a
mon heritage, ani that her rains a"nd great extent on the quantity of li" our
he orhe ed tite i ut d ised 4 How can a state o .tl-ial
her valor helpedeto inake thi,; vou.ntrV
Stit i th p ade more responsible e t han the
w, what Iteit,1, aof.,, that the iain :kia nr. '-.-




tei rene oureiongI to the all f|, an 'urlresnnt law -as reMst e and

e Sewes thatL al t s of Furtt-Th e tlatw i that it .-laidel L-
were n do largel and elo e was aic. ha:e ee dt i.ed aded y deg aret -., telr-










I tei lt : it at l it nti wit-u he o ttown tp i dan ( uf tilsr
i% triumph ad abivt, i1f the t i.- re he vt o it de re yi
t e o lerae thie nsience of voters, and t.ri es
Tbuildingtofeaul t tli ther. a- tl them, into acq uiescee in a great evil.
Sonfedthe tratle which ha "destroyed more
aerntd e tefaterialtian hf the luetr lives than war, pestilence and famine. '
and theu fraternization n tof the lue handI We il u n on the p rem ie c, rind
egray on all them e ocasions, lthi.ow how h re cal u alr patriotic chris-s







firmly ourunion llithseh tiancitizens to scorn the bribe and to
firmly our union isrerented together-
h t at reuse to coin the blood and tears and
and whati an great andi t tolerant republic! sih a nsit of oean ad cyhil-







ours. sighs and moOs of women and chil
It is a spectacle for the contempla dren into th e devil's gold. "Because
sentence against an evil work is not
tion of the world. n te nt en the lr ityore th lert
We':bid the Confederate Veterans executed speedily, therefore the heart
welcome to O eal and trbid them re- ad d


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alepiui~teoeI fer lLliuzits-I .rs
mn~jii ier fe~t mul'retifmats tj.r a '
the 1is te-Ifler depi.jert I11nt andt~e.V
force the. j1ji fleme ard i ng ts. #t hei r t.r. ~
andl lurlceert. Hi' -' ndlenv~er t, iZ t,
a stual. si'*''l ifii)teecfll.-I&a e'*r.,,eJ!J
nicatimv, ~sh. ewi that liv' 'I. w-si, 'It v
appreciate the 41diguity 'ef' tiis e--!' 01
or the duty of san oftl -jai


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joice in the gloious achievements they J F ED W A R D S'
so nobly won on so< many battle fields, J F E D W A R D S
which, as time recedes, and the strife
and bitterness cease, become more BIG WHISKEY HOUSE
and more illustrious.
Who will Florida Select? Gainesvile and Ocala. Fla.
When the new capitol at Washing.- *
ton city was completed an act of Con-
gress was passed giving each state
the privilege of furnishing, either in
bronze or marble, the statues of two !:
of her most distinguished citizens to Z =
be placed in a room set apart as the
statuary gallery. (eorgia has recent- ,
ly selected the names of Alexander
H. Stephens and Dr. Crawford W.
Long as her representatives to bef
placed in this national gallery of fame.
Dr. Long has the distinction of hav-i -
ing discovered and applied anaesthe-
sia in surgery.
Florida has not yet availed herself- FAMOlUS ANHEUSER* BlrF I HfEIR
of the privilege under the above --
named act of Congress; yet she has l WIJUI5BT R aTi .. D ..
quite a number of talented and dis- My 2.ooRye or Bourbon at.. .... ... [...n a RDIt8.
Myv.5 '------ 5 My 4 oo Gin at
tinguished men that he need not My 3.00 ... ---... .... .oo -y -oo .North Car .ina.rn at
blush to have their statues appear. t Gi ,,t., ..- ,,t '
M ,"2.0o Gin at ...............................3.CC My 300 M o "
alongside of tho-e of other states. W e 'My 2-.o50 ..................... ........" "" L'75 My 4.o0 ..
might mention IRichard K. Call. who ............................ .......... Y 4 NO w ar nya r !
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-on di-tingui-hed fanie in Florida.
ith i a ; -oldier and 'ivliAit. Then
it.-re i- the H *.:i. Ia .tvi L. Yiile.t,
v ;ir-t anavIe :.n ;!;,;-t ,o t -e in-



:iiu- a, d v i- 1 t,' 1 -I)*, :.- A ,
anip-4d hiL a.i a lau .f ,rvat rintel-
'*'tual force. (Of her 'ivilt war hereIt ,
Iorida lha- -several naines to -e-l-e,t
aom, any one ir two of wh.,mli would
flect honor upon her.
Then there are men in Florida's
vie and industrial ranks who are


'ru oug, ana ke"4 I'rade MVade a SWIecal Ftbliurt

I n ~r~ ~'h'--~. a: tt~r wl" -keyt'an any h.-u-~ i r 't-,.
~ ~ -~ ~ i o-i th, t' we are th~P. ; e
J. F. EDWARDS.


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Wemen as Well as Men!
Are Made Miserable by
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tKs' comfor4)t 'of the IKoys at the front,
uiaiq later I't-eause n"wess'aries had be.
-1111t, luxurit.-. They ?-trippewd them-
-'vt*- t hat their loved "1ties wiratI,
>t'l*l't.-v talrvt- lvth athle ( *u-'

at '.' ii~ohaider W'tak than em-in
v .r f:aiivy t-wiliL' w're 4,itu-

ii. I i'l .tt(0t-0 t %ert- r~ote'h-' a
ri ir- owi a h :a t all n'- or er 1431 wi ~etho t
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road station and isteaiml)at wharf at
the least possible vos2t.
We think there is n)ocassanthe
1I :iitteil Statezi zuor,* uI'-..t.rviitg anid
%%.IIii u'etwt rtaiualy rt-tinre- the aidl
,if tht- Lg~)vtrnatutlit iii this 'lirt-etion
t lit-i th~ t-armuer wLuio it-vtloping the
k. 0.11itry atliti jr(-'l anuiu~rthe luntteriatl
\vhij4!hi J..rt-'juirt-'l tO !-IIStAin the Unil!-
i'.i-our~1 jffve-qll t Iv pulution.h
We ee 11o reu-sliu Why these benefits
-hi'nl.1 tijtt ifIe exte~tittd tu the interior
il1 --trz4't~, rituupttt' C4 bn i r~ent I lines (i
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t all v ?wt 4 it Mr UKII at., Ku. ehip
il -4-mgliIl. i'm'auist twi theallcy thai
ell WAca witiflagamor I milt aicor'aadfr
.d ~et ata. ill uo.xiu iledlmt&ildty

tk-Stat t-i a.thrl illq talc unofuldey
ii ua s -t tit'4'ft.tilt. le sw.lrful Hit.
to a' ta IuIlb'ul~n.. fact taug t


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tlh .... o lht, (ollowt-d it upon ailnS
1 iooif. "y lithl. hi: disappeared I-r-
e -v'r fioii amoini t atlie lg.i of wAorld-
,.owt-t-, ile w(lloment were as irit as ev-
er in their convictions. They wouid
not acknowledge, they could not ac-
knowledge that results had placed
them and the cause in the wrong.
I-lefore the final blow was struck they
had begun to immortalize that Cause
in tht-ir beautiful custom of strewing
tl.owert ulon the soldiers' graves. Af-
t ,rwarils, while the survivors of the
I at:lt- wi't' trying to adjust themt-
-'I Vt -to ialit ted conlditionls andl to,
t '., up llthn roulitint-e of -hatterted liive,
:'ii in-,:i in.-. ihade d, liad oiL n t o t
4 A ..*.' !.,.t~. t r tftI lilt altl It *t-11
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:1:4l. -\fet.lly illoiictal, thiey dild not
*inIit fitnii lieir plan of memonit rials
imen i whoe errors of judgieilt :i and
fa'ill- if hliar4tter had added vastly
i, s-oldiers' ta-ks and women's bur-
tiden ls.
Such a devotion was a stronger bul-
wark ,of the C'onfederacy than all its
material resources and all its states-
manship combined. Defeat could not
diminish it. It persists in the belief
in the Cause, despite the knowledge
that the purposes of the Cause have
failed forever in this world. Women
who knew the Cause militant and
suffered for it, who saw it fade and
borrowed for it, leave its memories a
sacred legacy to their daughters and
grand daughters. Their faith in it
goes with them beyond the grave.
They carry it up to the throne of (od.
This devotion was an incalculable in-
spiration to real men. It was worthy
of the gray shell, that it sustained by
its love and sublime confidence ano
courage, and which, in turn, honored,
reverted and proteetedit,the gray.shell
which the women of thie South will
never forget.
Yet the story of the women and
their I'ause has not been fully writ.
N.o title tiemorial of them in marble,
lpurer than alabaster, as spotless as
thly are. has been rai-'d. But the'gray
-liell kept its troth with them to the
deatli, and they with it-into eternity.
For Stomach Troubles.


"1 itave taken a rreat many ditli-r-
Stit undit 'ilt- for .-1tomtcli troublelailn
-,!~iti|:t ,oi," ;>ys. .iMrm-. .S. ieiger of
Sl.iI,krt-u,h low:s4 ,'-iut lit-v ert liid tas
.... ~-1 i flr ii, : iy :il*-3 fl', I I Chi:lin ,


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lt ? t'-itatte lo ;a l\i o.-;ttt- a l rl t" .,v--
elili -nt atp i ',lop ia'ti'll f r 1 ra ir"rlr ,,
**;lt;l 'i olt,' |'ri-:- Af tii:tt ,ii:itr: -t if'.
l ia:ik it' tist. l ,t i,,- h-rivnst-
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C3 Cure 3 Cold in One Day


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Judgment Foreclosed.
T', -'Nti-ly julIgitn-:t of 1Mr. E.
4 Oa. lle- r. tli liJilit of the .Societe
FIoniiere aind Agric.'ole tie la Florida
was solid at auction January 6th. The
miles and plant of this co)inpany are
located at Luraville, iout, owing to
temporary em ubirassmen t, these works
have been lying idle. The rock on
hand was about 1,1i0 tons, and the
highest bidders were the Dutton P'hos-
phate Co whlo secured the rock for
.75. about -' cents a ton. The judg-
tmentt was for 1l,;uo, leaving .'oINI .,till
un-atistiled.- Ti, PilauliIellpliia Aumer-
ioan Fcrtili/.z-r.
Folt-v' i iiteyV ;iil 'tr i- h-t for
4 oit :1!; I \\ hlou AIt;!.-* 't':'i. ',4'?ltiii-
f,, ,l,!;:1 --.. ,;i!. .1:1 --I i y'1 ly. ( re ful
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WViin y.u lack eniierigy and dtio not
relisih ylour lotd., 1.el- dull and stupid
after -atingiz, all you netd is a dose tof
C'halium erlain's Stomnach aand Liver
Tablets. They will inake you feel
like a new man anit will give you ap-
petite like a bear. Eor sale by, Anti-
Monopoly Drug Store. m


JAPANESE


PILE CURE
10
A new and'complete treatment, consisting of
Suppositories. Capsules of Oietment and two
boxes of Ointment. A never-failing cure for
Piles of every nature and degree. It makes an
operation with the knife, which is painful, and
often results in death, unnecessary. w i y en-
dure this terrible disease? We pack a written
guarantee in each 1i box. No cure. no pay. 500c
and !i a box. (- for $ Sent by mail. Samples
free.e
OINTMENT 235( AND .WC.
GOJSTIPATION anee Liver 'Pellets. the
great liver ani1 .-toinach regti'.ttor a 1ti! blood
pui it'r. i ntiSmall. n d and i ,r esai t to tak ees-
peciI''v a -.i.ptt(I for children'* use. Filty doses
-ic. Ant'.-M .i\ yvl -rug .Store O 'ala. 2


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HUBBARD i

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DOORS, SASH AND BLINDS,

BARBED WIRE, CUT AND


WIRE NAILS,


PAINTS


OILS, VARNISHES. AT-

LANTIC WHITE LEAD,

ALL KINDS OF

GLASS AND PUTTY,

IRON PIPES AND FIT-

TINGS. EVERYTHING

N THE LINE OF BUILD-

ING MATERIALS. ETC., ETC.


i MACDUFF


WAR E .
AGRICULTURAL IMPL E-

MENTS, DEERE PLOWS,

PLANET JR. GROVE CUL-

TIVATORS, ALL KINDS

OF GARDEN TOOLS,

COOKING STOVES

HEATERS, GRANITE

AND TINWARE, CUT-

LERY, IRON AND STEEL

BOLTS, ROPES. PULLEYS,

BLUE FLAME OIL STOVES.


LARGEST STOCK-LOWEST PRICES

Hubbard & Macduff, Ocala, Fla.



WATCHES m

.-CLOTHING, and

o On the Installment mPan.
O lt' GOODSN RE IIIlI GR.IADE. as in fact only the te.-t


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A FAIR QUESTION
TO ASTHMA SUFFERERS.
fOU'LD you give two cLnts or two and
a haif cents fr immediate and posi-
tive relief from the exhausting and
A nerve-racking asthma from which you
o suffer? One dose of Foley's Honey
and Tar is positively and unconditionally guar-
anteed to give relief, and there are ten d'ses in
a 25 cent bottle-twenty-five doses in a 50 cent
bottle.
Fo't-y's Hv-nev an Tar willtcureas maif not t:< faradl-
v-.: e .ar. alwayswi.i ,:rng re.ief. 1cmn.mber. onedose
ci s.: r:;.tf Ir n: the terr:'.is whe zing a:.l c!.kin -ap.
Ns c .r g'-:ran:tee .v rth th r.ce fi a triai to )y'u
"I- fc s H .-v aJ Tar" Is t;.e name.
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THE OCALA BANNER, FEBRUARY 27, 19u_


JOLLY OLD UNCLE JOSH.


*(is Great Generosity Toward His Newly Married Niece=-A Realistic

Romance of Ocala in Which a Number of Prominent Business
Men Take a Very Conspicuous Part.


-M.!~4 Sun ~itnmer!A-P(Ally- ---I--I "'- "N.a :-biall 'raw uideer 'tiur
.,I feet." roelilarkud FInv'leJo~sh. tovil.at
~ -s-- J ut t h e !- eIt k e r to o e a r 11 i .' fi r s t a tll t .e 0 11l l c i g o l m l l
I~iJfr~.a~-r hashfuhie'. suly ea earlie--kiaaav. I lie-re'..' h)t tolabuy,'" re-.
flhaS~im ke-lPel!1 sllatipp~fse .%e 101y
-Ye-', (Charle'y. 4ht-f -t j iala i rley 'Aithmilt
It a! t Iot. pre t l erta'-tivat -:u.':i olI hniri I 5 S' -ee YOU ,ve g'at
e 1 Iic.iito'lel 15', ft 11s aw~et i aurvat IwIitd 174 arIu-i iies,." ailial est
I wt-.h-l."we'll ilist '-teaja IaltJ.1. 1I

e,. V* ~is'le'~ Il .A%% a lv- dp.'dliati'eIhsimi fear hiarvu i'.--
4 ftha-f' lily livijIhlt i$ I ovetta' t-tIl--- IIIta -lta -tl A- r'i.-fail-lit, lie-ver hisalti- (atit
~:ltt'e"failure-of heeC llzrzase. It ft'als- liail, it- ia iisljee la~ae to 111y
~-'~ai~l'ly a hleIIftelt':' si .i-t. allt I' l it .l-Iat lit' tell-k eI lsi esjet
,,~~~~~ml : ae lec.ony a a ittlf-l1.t'.. 1113v lit, -tet 424mW? a- -ua,.; fat. 1 '
;r t .I Iha\ve sr V-'t~scIiai-t ..aila tri-lk AXrzt- li-t Iffdc-Sil'

era'. 5141li- I I-; leatselt he 1 -111 lort'fll
I Ite11aQthai- .: that y411111,_1i111311 thaina~ l' i-pr ext-Ilt--tive Acecare-d
'~ !i-'~ttlae u-paaa~ ht j i I II.!I*'.. N.I sl-~t. r e..aIlIIaalieq! t ltl-'
tin'. '''atlaist- dr ive at- : ajl lae-'t'al'e i'e-ttiria-1


~.ai~iig.Neat mtucha heaLyer 111- 4 lare':ijlraieafotr 1i vet.tlt ara.'ashap
Own- \. '.':i- a letter rmini 1h0,11\'s p~d J" lit til t-acStait.'LeIlault o
It j _!jJ litiiJa. joi-laia Tumflir. U2111 Tailslm~~al4i-..
14 tit-cr eaf artn' al eoUlity rze'ha Haia I11 ig Ire~flY v a kayith41a. eI 21
:4 e:(t-aallevel hat-aied. who)a wrote fair tlt'ho ird,"' gsliqI I. ittle JoSh, *IioV.
,!'ui ive~y .f is 4jt'jjzjt at hwrer xhii- the fi rs! thailag we'll114CC .k after will lie
j t o:. (ot what lhe ealleal 'Irerit.'' antd the furra-thinitgs f~or it.'" Hereupnj137Pea-
.-r :'r' ~'- that if theat- yung iae4olae ly energetic-ally dela(l~redI that Ahe had~
.t~d o-Int at Oe'ala ij e wmildtihi rt heart so, wueh a 2tiemt MeIver and Mv..
"a'~ J:t ;U toIf, as as wedding gift, 1"Y thiat ~he hadl decided to go there.
u' '~uhly explained tlaat this is The result wajs thait they were ushered
!;,t it,ct ,oftin the world fo~r voulvting itto silt- I abhe'wjidering cidispalay tihat
a.rrivd -itt-lale to) get a start. (If the girl was at a it), ow t slet
Oe~av No 'ejted, atnd were 'alil But shte sualAn yielded teA tile sedjutti\t-e
t'h-ir friends aid "t. lie-ss% eaf a magnitifeei t pa~rloir Su1ite, a
________bed rFs4Aiii suite in o)ak, gqdealal firDi 1l,
or-6 a'vweekA lstiiht jetit 10th)tlt-that weaulel t II)credit toilt sifMr. KEleaa-
(a a' -v-'r-atioli a t,-avel-14tuinied dik#e hinuiseltf. To thai-i she added all1
A~1." ft:Tvea ll ca~.Our friend, weasy riii-ker (eor UI itcleJo)sh andedidnia't
a~~~wa eJ-,wie-in 4oharge andh lie-' ed fo-rget ua Iiasa-t a"RI Velwillt and ierliai~-
a-.' 1' I' tit Oith Hiit.'A#'~elIl menflttIwrit intg ae-k foo- 'Ii tlaoaV'
:4 Olae Ie'ahlk Hlisve-,' -axidisl e, (11arloe:-, ivi vint, comle (41the ('(Aliallii
Au?-' iiftt's ta'Jcja aIjhtilt,-1641-011141)la I laand %meela.N(I vt-r rand .1ohio-Kay's w'r.'ec
.'.:~ rsts'lss. I have known ble-loiw th,-very wlji-joeer 4)f a'eallijaeti-
Ftla~waral-. the vrfjarcifrit-hr. ftor tioan.


.6- I .,I- .I k --- t -
-. i.T- a l te is mine tio-t after line
v.:i i'art ; t 4.ing endowed with that
ie4lirht' intuition that makes.a guest
"-. at honme, comfortable. conitented
*Sx: iL mighty good luck. The house
*. one of superb convenience; the
ti'arttments are well furnished land
lh- 'uisiue-well, that hotel is noted
".; it.s excellent table, so I have en-
.-ag-d rooms here until your house is
ea ineis."
After breakfast is over," continued
Ihe old man, "I must take you for a
tr:ve and then we'll proceed to buy
y r outfit. To expediate matters
H'!! justcall up 'phone No. 117 and
have Liddon tStandley, our enter-
P rising liverymen, send us around a
rig." When the handsome carriage,
wirttL elaborate trappings and prancing
.!ire-es drew up In front of the hotel
I'P ly declared it to be a turnout fit
"*a queeln. "Yes Sir-ee," replied
"" ,:<.e Josh, "that is a purity neat rig
- .'" ti-ree p's, speed, safety and
- ie '- L.ilitoau & Standley's coat oft
-m-. at.d l est of all, the rates are
rt :ihlt reas-nable. Liddon & Stand-
"* w.'eddiitiu, party and funeral
,.,m.!i '.'ts are iiunuirpas-ed. It wa'.
't .l-li; lituiloul indeed llIha t the
i o "- of tlle ,'ity were made.



Poison I


Pelsom ivg$
u-"- imon gthe bIst known
r lf.e im.Iny dangerous
v: plants and shlrus.
tnuch or harlle them IF
: it'Lklypro .j21 'll: aninlation within-
i-se itih-liig and lurni: Ing
:, 4' n kin. The erup.tti, I n
S--n diji a x..ars, the suf-
-r ,'es forever" but
'- sT.oorl a I. L little l i-terq and
a: ,>y .dl, the poi..s l l .il rciched
o .lo., an-,l :l lreAk <:t at regular
.. .,h :::e in a imore aggra.
S. : T.-.. n will liter in the
: ..r >ear and everVy ;a:'.tl of it
..e forced o(ut of sthe llo,1,4 ,t. h ,:ore you
rn vpect a perfect. prnr.a t ;re. Ir.

SS NalPre's Alidott

SNalCre's Poisons,
o cure f'r i .:: '..




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".A pretty liood startrt" said tlie hld
manll alnd now we'll go to Hubbardl
and Ml-iDrtl's big hardware andl
.-tove store where iPolly's housewifely
instincts will have full play in mar-
vels of kitchen apparatus. There is
not a house in the country that car-
ries a more comprehensive stock of
cooking machinery," remarked Uncle
Josh. "Every possible piece o)
kitchen furniture from tin dippers toa
cooking range Is here in all styles aind
variety." If Polly fails to aeconiplish
wonders in the culinary art, it will
not be for want of superior cooking
utensils, for she purchased an Iron
King range with all other equipment
needed in a well regulated kitchen, all
of which 'ncle Josh paid for with
delight 'rause he knew that Hubbard
and MacDuff had treated him all
right, just as they tr( at everybody.
"Let's see-I prr,,ni'ed you a gold
watch, didn't I''P" quel ed Uncle Josh
of Pol'ly, ".'al4i A. E. I urnett is the
mali tao give us tlie wor'li of our mon-
ey." Fnit erini thlie popu'ar jewelry
sta r th." li! matr l itll-ntlv acquitted
hinl-''l) of thte pr-'is- ;d1 then di-
rec ted Pol l tt.it i o i tTh- suleri
,or stock of ij--w -lrv :;rri ,i ly it i
llho -e. "' ha''re i- no ol'thr. '- .ai lio --
in townL. -'iti !lie old Riia-'. "*i]tI I
will gZilttralitte lti-, iiliily :to 1t. l het
very It-et. Pick eout your tfnitlv'lelock
wh-ile I re." Ie asit -. **A. E. Hi r-
niett aarrive' a niai.ili. lii.,ne. TOn
lInit fortret another fact." liceontiniuiii
"if evi-r you un foartniia.tly nieed opqti-
cal goodl-, this is lthe placeto con)e tio
rget your eye.- scientifically tet-tevld and
titt-lI free, aliId say, my Itoy. retlem-i-
Iaer that he is an expert doctor olln ll-i'k
wateh.si-.
"Well, Soat mlily'." exclaimed t-Uncle
Jos.h, with a David Harmui acceint as
they reached the t'street, "I lmu-t runi
over to the Munr.)e atnd C'hamibli- -
btank and get another check hook.
<(')ioe along with i me aand get acquain-
ted with their -tal, fo;r of course you-
will tado ous-ilnet.- with them and it is
alway- i mre plea'-lanit to be personally
actljailited- with the people you do
I'-il.- with. You will lind them ni
ev, r ready to) extend any an'li-
n didtltii. 'nillpatilale with tiu-ile..-s
1,rilic|*' l-.-." Til it I'! op, li all aooulit
!iiAzli ;:w;y.'" lt;iie.l ('har .le-. antd he i

.\- er th,- vi-it. I lise Jo.-li s.ii -Le-it-
-il :a lr<-ore I t. iit 1,'a0., f refi',.--li-
'nlc tit. A t thile ;efrt -iiit,.it tatle tlli
* i l- it t "tX ai- p, iloi] I-hi.-at. -"Never r


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est prices being her motto. Mrs.
Tompkins' good taste and expe -ience
guarantees that when you have pur-
chased of her you have the thing ac-
cording to fashion and a satisfac ion,
that your work has been done by a
collmptee'ent artist." In a few iin-
uteil- thlie-re neveil-'r was a happier girl
than Polly, foir she got a "per'ect
dream" of a hiat and the bill didn't
s"are Iincle Jo-li, either.
"O(h mil' ()h1 myiV" ejeculated IPI aly
as they halted before a show i" lndo,
"what a perfectly lv y-lipper."
"Yes," said nlcileJoli, *J. ll Neelyv's
,* i. l't te il ;. 1 in ;-'. \l e and ,x-
,+ ', : :; '- .. < ., < i l ,, )k it
', f', I" : i! i |' I 'I'i' l l i'lck o u t
lii yVli \'. iaItr i'l I e ,Io.(t lia- 1 ill."
1' iani'.!it II -v i- 'eei poi licy taot to lhave
.-X "'-n.i'',l that it vit i. ,..!,, halI l iot
I -nIle.l' ,hc k. i,.'l, w.'t' wxi'. .coi-
ma11y is ilo tcil':t at .1. M. Neely's, for
1'olly found ,.e.t, and prices so se-
ductive that shie purchased anl outfit
from a pretty slipper to a haliisome
walking boot. <'liarley inve-ted inll
gelit's title -'hoes, while U'ncle John1
indulged n a pairof stout boots. with
r-lilc-rs for tlie crowd. No one need-
ill footwear a'an re-ist th- style' and
pri.-., t*eed iby J. M .. Neely.
"'Andil in tll- matter of insurance,"
the oIld geitlemaiiul c'outinue. "Tliat
is al-o of ililtporItance. You will want
a ri-k on your new house,. aud oi s;
but yoilu can't t ie t- arcful at out
getting il ini at relalii, ...-ti-y. My
young friend, P. W. Day:-- loat inly
has lilies of tlie .,olid!t-t :ic:i n -t '.A n-
Iiannie-., botlt'll iir. ais1.t ii;*-. -.,it ,. :ila
expert a 1nd trii.- i >.!,t, i ii:ilie i w writer.
H e lia- a large t i ,' ,',I. *: i.--.
all of whlichi e'oI:;,. t th '!,1 re!i:aiile
category, being we-il ;!;now;i f(or- their
proIpiijt a: lt -aiti-t".tory a tijl-tiilit
,of lr at,.- It i- ul urt.c to e lf, t ht:ill
,1iFr alliul yon'!l riflyV i-. -af. ill t tII.


Stop the



Blight

It is a sad thing to see fine
cr:es spoiled by the blight.

Scan always tell them from

t. They never do well
..ir.s but stay small and





price, are down to bras- tt,.ek. To
keep lwaee in thi- family .ft all your
gro)ceries of (arraaieheal.
"Halt!" : comIIltia,-ed I'lie .Jll,
the party came in front oft thle IPost
otli'e Drug Stoare, walk right iin.
"'Why 'incle, we're not -ick, and -"
"(;uess I know that," laughed the o1ld
Imaln, "ikut I susp-ct it won't Ie long
before thi" young mnianil egin. I,,' t ke
an intere-t in imactter- of fparea-'r' ;iand
-" "'n-c I-e!" "We'll gw i t :saay-
way ani fret acquaintedl, besile- I'llyv
may tind oniie toilet artii.l, -l-tie
wan '-." Sire- *n11~i, before l iVili
le* wa li 4td ,l Iwn with ,.1iin',4.
liruslies, face powders and several hot-
tiesof tine aperfumnes. "Don't forget."
adde,'l 'n le Jo-ih, "to ,oeIne lere with
your iaresc-riptiment,, a- Mr. I;.rig'X.
clerks are "voimpstent lhirIlliairii-t aind
ul-e lionle lut pureand ieliabitle <1i |rj-."
At this, point, -omewhat to tihe r'n-
fusion of ('larley, the old mit iiilul-
(,1 ill a half sterioli- ritii-ismt of hi-A
personal appelt.ariance. "Youi are d,'-
.i4dedly of' -tyle for a tovg .-a ii:ttn ." .:iid
lie, "and we'd letter ga .e-. ,Jerry vir-
lett. ) *'alA's fa.-hioiialttl, tail<,r :t!,,ilt
solt I new dll-. I'lThat'-' an uilp tl Ildate
plaet-, wil,'f- they undrt1'1t1id the
hiaalln ili'. lstyvle- anld aire rioted' f'.r s.i '
fit-. andl I a tet e i'll look niiref lik,' a
liewly married liritil Weln \'voi ,-c t I-
., oumit ill a -lit n:l.aI.e ly .J-rr '" Itur
nett. e t.e I litI ha,. li. ji-; intald. fir
the e(ditior of tohf lh'ala lDaily lliiAine'r.
I harley fo ul41 :1a -tir- .stock f w\' >i-
eli- to a lio a flrnill alldt lit- il :'i.--- -. 4
Ir'a-oialle I that lie left hi- liiea lll e.
and when hi. I new suit wa.- tillli.lid,
he looked as stylish in it hlis wife dle-
clared .she' fallen iin love wit li iil
inuch sooner had lie only been ietiing
hiii clothes. ade by Burnett Ocala's
popular tailor.
"Oh, S.Ay, incle,' exclaimed Polly,
where can I go for dry goods? This
dress is hardly suitable, I must.
admit." Well. my girl, if you want
to -elect from one of the !uont popular
establishmilents in the city I will di-
rect you to, H. B. Masters, who carries
a stock of dry goods that for variety
and real value i-.sethtlonl seln o'.itside
thenietrop'tlitian cities. H. i. Mas-
ters hias all the latest weaves in
fashlionale dress o gsd- and %o it are
-ilre to la guidi'd riiht in Vyor l-ele-
tiions. You l Vil til d his emlplolye.s
polite alld expert, while thlie prices
cannot tIi duplii-tted." It did niaot
t;lke Pollyv long to tell a l'atrl'in wheli
she saw lone. Shie got a lialdsoerlle
dress with all necessary triumninini,
au:d cther articles of fantasticc dis-
array" so dear to the hearts of every
womnau.
While .ncle Josh was l pondering
where to go next, Polly suddenly ask-
ed : "Uncle, where call I find the
leading millinary establishment'?"
"Just a few doors further ou," re-
marked Uncle Josh, "and we will
visit Mrs. L. T. Tompkins, who, by
the ;way, has on hand one of the
completest stocks of millinery to be
found in the city. You you get what
want there, the latest styles an I low.-


; :v and strong one stays

. a 'l weak.

'-itt mulsion can stop


4 t


blight.


There is no


I J: llwly'suchT a childl should
'v aui]. Scott's Emukion
Li I nn'aliCine withi lots of
-el r ntI i a iit-the 1.1)Iivof


strvgl1


that makes things


Emulsion


makes


children grow, makes them eat,
makes them sleep, makes them
play. Give the weak child a
chance. Scott's Emulsion will
l make it catch up
with the rest.
-" This picture represent.;
the Trade fMark of Scott's
Emulsion and is on the
wrapper of every bottle.
S- end for rte sample.
SCOTT& DOWN'
4o--409 Pearl St., New VYrk.
5 oc and $ir. a!l (driggists.

in).I mIake- and styles, and lie i- *,'i--
tie'l within a moderate lproit. to,,,." l'<.-
ly wa- sa. il Ihll .e p .-ul, r of :1 liha ill-
some carriage, but Ibefore they Il,-'t
C'harley got much iinteriested ini a roa-d
wagon. I neile Josh saw what was ulp,
so lie quickly said, "I'll honor y iourir
draft for that too, my bloy, 'cause I
know thatanything you get of .\.
Standley is 0. K."
"And as you are going tao keep a
horse," continued Uncle Josh, "I rec-
kon I'll have to give you my mare
'Kitty,' the horse I bought from
Standley, but of course you will need
harness. Now there is nothing in
harness that cannot be had of Stand-
ley-beavy and light, single and
double, plain and falncy, work and
burg.- harmns-. He lias 'em in stock,
or can make 'em to order, besides ev-
ery other kind of turf goods imagina-
ble and the finest lot of lap robes.
blankets, and saddles you ever laid
your eyes upon." 'Charley ordered a
set of harness that makes nag 'Kitty'
look like a two-year-old.
"S'peaking of machinery," ,utoih
the old man as they again started out,
"reminds mie that I also have a little
ut silitess .down at the Ocala Foundry
aild .M i<-l iie W1 rk, -'a if you'll v oa.,,.
alon, i u iiw. u*,. I'll .,) you 1,"
tliilng lii ity iliteres.ating. That's ,lie
oaf principle institution. and a mlihtvy
ilntei'e--tig place to vi-it. I ha iV
soellle Iniuiaig l -e m aliiner% aiotlhiat thltere
"Ieilul repaired ailnd I Wailit to See if i'-
fixed tupyet. It is mighty pleas-,tit
to ideal with the Ocala Foundry a:ndi
Machine Works for their greatest aiii
i- lo give sati-faition sto every e4il1te-
mner and they don't want all thil, mlo-)lJ-
ey a fellows got, either. Walk right
into their oticle and I'll introduce you)
to Mr. ('line, the manager. Hie's an
old friend o' mine and will I,- rt;in ta
meet y)ou."
"Ytum. yutn," laughingly escaped
Polly's rosebud lips, as she glanced iin-
to!'. H. IDame's attractive 'onfetion-a
ery store. "I inle Josh, you know I've
got a sweet tooth, and that tally looks
so nice I just can't resist tlie te',.m1.
tation to go in." So in they we nt
and after regalin. themselves i ,l deli-
viou i candy the girl loaded upon e ol...
,late. and l11in baOllsn enough to make
every tooth in the counLty aeie.


-Alnt inow, young llan, let ne- ive
aty lanothe-r ipointr," remarked the
a .'.lieroi, ol! unclear -. "I), noi t iunlller-
-aiil me Ito -ay that clothe- miiake tlh
Iian, liut do al ii tliat c-ieani as l
--potle-a linen helpt ;i l-api. Now i1i
tli- te.1ll c-ll n ito n tP I il hlii inform
o un tif ;t i, <),t : .titi l i i I ii i_ ry i..
+l111. ,< lf l,.+ |, t .. I,, ,,.I,; ... "-., ;. -


vi( e.
-Now. cl- tb. ''aal k''' a
-"inow ,ra peit re '. ti.t- rI l
g o a olii ,e'otnltry fa-h l'a '
thi photograph Igallry ail i, .,
I( ottliei,. has i t tiles olt, it- I I, -
are wolsierft l iln iilti .it.v I .-. .
1 antlone i nfull.-i/. e pIh .,r 1-1 y -l lly
alidl some m alll o lie- f. r v t Ir,.-i,. -
I .o'tlieti ha:i- thie -i.oIl rI Wr -'tr
all hi- work i- a :li ..r ,,! .1 .
wlh'ici he wili not -t,.,t --fitrl i.'
feetioi. .- Ihe i- fst ii,- It a' --
fill ell rlir lla ir, I M .4i t t- iVt \.
life-sizei,', I-re ,pre-elit.s;l i '
truly. 'I'lihe It ur,.- I -
P'o ly a Ind < i:srl!y ;.I:a11 : .* .. -* *
I s, ttlieb'' -tUdai" :ti' .'i *- '.
de, l i,- l') < ... .
lit rout I th I I.' ri o i .
ei-a leti at ti e- 1.aiir r 'i# *
wsiIt Ilie lne every l.\. r. t. *iti.
I 'l tle Jo,-i," anlii tli i- thI *, '.-
1lo al .aaper litere. I I '.ll t H 1i.,
WVhien the trio, -ea, hb'eI ,i- Itai-
"tired feeling" *e.' 1114- ied s-ettle 4.%t,, i.
ilupon them all -ail at rlite astsl I lie 1.-
i Josha admitted that hie' fo.r ii.one w1as
about "tuc'kered ouit." w hi-r-up,- 4i
Charley took advantage #of thi t. 1,.
ditions,. and mniadeh- told tso remark
"Now. I'itcle, you've twen very. \ err%
kind, and I kinder hate 14e *p-wxk ,of
anything el-e, but asy, esn't you re. -
omrmend something-aheii' -a little
wine, or rye, for instance, for niedi'ral
purixwes, you know .`' "Why. er.-
tainly, my loy," quicklyy repli-.,
Uncle Josh, a bright smile clhainI it-
self over his. benevolent visage. a
caseof good port and a little Pi koi. K
('lub Kye will be tibout the uproe..r ,-a-
per, and the llroper lplaee to apply t,
for such extras in this teown i- at :th.
()cala H&ouse Wine roomni. I'll per-,':-
ally guarantee anything that e.irn...
from the O)rala HMoii.e \% ie I -l
Sup|iaoa.se yV4liou go downli alInd irantiia i)i- -
little ,i 0t hlieer rihtit taw yv .A tlI
-.,y. tlwi't frret teo tell Ti-,o, Ii -r
t> iiak" V' iso up i n *t ll,.-1 tl,.. .'
dirinlk-.h. ili tthe.y are -**. ftl ir '. -
I ['sil uniianlii ltalM ali It,- vi.' i.,!
event-i..f th 'e l-ty l',,1'. \ I, '
lIly exirs -- li-r ttrhiik- i

that.llt j-1eve r4 %t-. t i -'. -l-h*is-, 1 1 .i '
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and y' al l' 111 t.t alI-, \ lI-*i, \'0
want it; I'll p Y fi l. It. -
'V**W -ht-y," e\-xIlin. .1I I' v ,' ',
great -urpnra-,' *"'' l

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11 P' projwr care of ef obred owar lae.,ii
-I w rice Jsh4"al iii tashla PIC' itll-
tow,, iha* 4 4d~ieietowffracetas,. 'r
(eIIow EA wo eatithe groaf."'t e i I ?i -
future ..xi-tt*lice. NO-%I V flint I
fiolk-' eastit livetm fcell1V asiid -
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I-rend : it-*.t tie *-.tmtt faorIi ft*. %e. )
1'eul flvnnti- iake the :tt, jiwamilji.,

I-readi, jeiv- miti .ie eko,- 'tiol iit. Ki,
are c ie.Ol'tled byI allt oo I-1.4tit*. i:,e,#
earth. IRememberii. 4 I iarI.-, fit..
114) lise of yolir Ea4tmot y jewel ov:ko.IfI.. re? I Alf

11. ere i!- a &:4 m 1sl t %a4.r a I.' l
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THE I)CALA BANNER,


FEBRUARY 2. 1902.


I :ruYuuE~gnT:.!lE scambia Oil Comnparny Strilkes A


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*t a casing pipel. There was no way to
i a .t.-. a t..rvf that shouldd W l jheek thii- and it soon run down.
..,r!. l it ,' li ...r ,ey W'.~ WhenOfle flow stopped the 4-inch pip-
'V .' a t...v of tftmla.. ing dropped into the empty space and
,1 a .. grt.. rested upino a very hard rock strata,
i ,* *|) |-rtiunlit a te intleedl greater
are.... ,...e furniishing the greatest resistance of
af fe and tie y yet encountered. The drill is pro-
.1 ''a. atio' i ra. hi- than at any feedingg slowly this afternoon under
, 4 .I i., ,-'r ,UtitrVy.- hi'.tory. the graze of a large number of anxious
.e ,till t i iat ,l', *'iu *v art tiree to) *|'('< tailor<.
S' .. In ~stakituiof the find to a News
l manit this afternoon, Mr. Raars stated
.-. .'t L'II lift- looI'kiIng at that lie wa- oif the opinion that the
'.1 ? tii.,atchi il --iniitiv -pee'- I tii'.(ove-ry this liornilii was what wa-
SI. ," '-ii,' ,,ll -*., ,,nly lht eltrillow known as a "ia.-ser," whi-th, substanl-
I 4 t ''ii l,. ll,'i to.u-r the ,,old timl!v, indiaite e thi preseniC e of a
t.-. "r .hea small amount of the luoriiant and a
.- -..I is t ii al"oigits very large niitoUlit of natural gas. He
'A,.\ ;was of tile oapinllioi. however, that
i .r if i ,f :rrue- life t- i ll i -sniething of a decidedly Imiore st'r-
.it .f.. ,-I. if ll, lite will u..' rising nature would develop wlie.n
,,, alst,, 101M l0"-l, h- ilfrI h the drill pienetratedl the hard strata
*.1 al w t .ltes-inas feor hi"- into which it has now entered. In-
-, If tidt i.. ll- I,, ito isl'entie themni to dications for the past several days, hie
aI i*iiikiula. inferred, had bteengrowingeontinual-
ly stronger and the confidence of the
It as Setteg to be Ueaftimeuos. individual stockholders had hoeeiu
ITe lIrui'w-n Times Democrat growing more and more each day.
A. .s the news of today's "find" he-
think-idlitor tovall, of the Tampa came generally known alout town
Triliune. should I. the next Iovernor hundred of citizens flocked to the well
.f Florida. The Metropolis seconds site and had the satisfaction of wit-
tht nomination. Who will move to nensing with their own eyes what may
S. eventually prove one of the richest
make his nomination unanimous.- discoveries in the city's history.-Pen.
Jwa v ille Metropolis. &cola yews.


6OMMERCI BANK OCAL

(Ummeb of Cl oammereal Mk, Jackmonville.]

CAPITAL $50,000


Am emb of Firm, O(upor&tloMs sd Idividuam Solieited.
Prvmpt Atua So allt Bd-em Etroated to our Or..
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Tnut hardest rain of the season fell
Monday afternoon and a great deal of
winl followed it.
Mr-. C. M.. Murphy and family vi -
itedl her wotlit-r at Authony, Suillnl (y.
l v ... .1 (.r. iiailu tilled his regular
atoilit Iiieut lit-re unaililiy aiiid prea''h-
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tritdeidl tI mly wifl- friil :;l ifrler
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- NOTICE FOR;PUBLICATION


Fancy


Goods,

China,
Glassware,
Toys, Dolls

And all Kinds of Holiday
Coods at the store of



6. A. NASH.
His Shoe, Dry-oods aid
Notions Stock is Foll aid
Complete. Prices, lowest
A Call and Examination of our Stock will never
be regretted. Polite Attention assureA.
DON'T FORCE



6. A. NASH.
SOUTH SIDE OF SQUAM

NOTICE OF APPLICATION FOR TAX
DEED.

NOT ICM IS HEREBY GIVEN THAT W. W.
N Clvatt. Tr.. purchaser of tax certificates No.
1414 and 1419. dated August 7th. A. D. 1899. has
filed said certificate in my office and has made
application for tax deed to issue in accordance
with law. Said certificate embraces the follow.
ing described property situated in Marion
county. Florida. to-wit: .Southeast quarter of
southeast quarter section 5, township 15, range 21:
northeast quarter of northeast quarter, section 8,
township i., range 21.
The said land being assessed at the date of the
issuance of such certificate in the name of I'n-
known and Jno. G. Goss. I'nless said certificate
shall be redeemed according to law. tax deed
wi. issue thereon on the 22nA dav of March, A.
D I,' -2. S. T ISTRt-NK.
214 CleikCircuit Court, Marion Co.. Fla.

NOTICE OF APPLICATION FOR TAX
DEED.


N TMCE H IEREBYI\-GIVENx TILA'rJOHN
Go:11. piirclia-.cr '.1 tax c.'rtificate No 2s
h t l 4AMu1-t 7th, A. 1). 1 -',. ha, fit-ld s:'id cer-
1: h, -i iv'tc and .1111i.u-mae a. lcatinl4
taix edrt144 i--tv4 III %.,CC 4 .pIdie i-tI, tlaw 1 f,i
car: c.,e .-uluback.- thl.- f.'o!"winig dt-~cr: .
14t4p'9 4. -iO ~-l lt to 2 94cw.intv' -Flo4ti'!14 t'

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SEALED BIDS.


SEWING MACHINE
Do niot le (t1- vvrtikt a $itO.9I S wing 3Mu.whine for
.0.x>. This kind ofa: nia.:iiin e enu
be Imuiiht froini u- or ny four
deathr.- froiji l.00.to .$1S.*X).
WE MAKE A VARIETY.
THE NEW HOME IS THE BEST.
TJle M' et1 d(lt-niiin'iti th |e .s"tr nl th or
w;akns of {ewiig M, Nlchi)-s. Thefi
Double Fee l -d4 iiinlied with other
t rongi. pointI-S makes the New IHoaue
the best wingg Machine to buy.
Write or CIRCLARSewing l'hi
we manufacture and prices before purchasing

THE NEW BOME SEWING MACHINE gO.
OtANGC. MNAsS.
28 Union Sq. N. Y., Chicago, Il1., Atliita, ;ia.,
St. Louls,Mo., Dallas,Tex., San Fr.ancisco, Cal
FOR SALE BY


Womanly Beauty

Sparkling Eyes and Bright Faces
Are the fruits of Sound Nerves.
HINDIPnl THE GREAT FRENCH
HINa l v TONIC AND VITALIZER
cures nervous exhaustion, hysteria, dixxineis.
headache, backache, and female weakness so
common attending the monthly periods. GIRLS
ipasing through the trying change from girlhood
to womabhood will nd- it a wonderful relief
and benefit. It quiets and strengthens the
nerves, cleanses the blood, clears the brain and
tones up the whole system. Makes a Woman
Look Young and Feel Young. Price, 50s. a2
boxes 9s. Sent by mail to any address. Sold by
Anti-Monopoly Drug Store. I

eitleaiei, Get the Wew .and
Noeel Diewvery,
PIOCON MI K
INJECTION.
Cures Gonorrhoea and Gleet in one to four day.
Its action is magical. Events stricture. AU
complete. To be carried in rest pocket. Sure
preventative. Sent by mail in plain package.
prapaid on receipt of price. Si per box, three
for $2.50. Anti-Monopoly Drug Store. Ocala, Fla.

NOTICE OF APPLICATION BY GUAR-
DIAN FOR AUTHORITY TO SELL
PROPERTY OF INFANTS.

Notice is hereby given that on the tenth day
of March A. I). 1po2. at four o'clock. PI. M. in
Ocala. FloridA. the undersigned. a guardian for
Morv Cornelia Strohhar, Noble Abramn Strobhar,
Ethel McGrath Strobhar and Cornelia Olivia
,,trobhar. will make application to the Honora-
ble Robt Bullock. county judge of Marion coun-
ty. Florida. for authority to >el the undivided
intert--t ofa-aid infants in and to the land in
Marion county. Fl!rida a- follow-: L.ot described
;ti comimelcing at a point twenty-five
fet south og northva-t co,)rn-r of" lt
|four. lI lck tort -tfiLe, (ld r'vey. cty
of *ala iUnningii thenct.- th twent%-
i.i"u tfret then.'r wet-. .n1 huniid-,d :;xt t'- t fe-rt,
thence nm rth twenty-1ninlt- :,. t t lit l ;A-tt ("le
h' itin ir -d *tixtt'i h t t. D :>.{init ,)f '.,.i~i:!:::n^'.' 'ach'
! if. t-; fii,! in :'t:nt~ 1'Iw In i **i lt-nI .t ,,:;.i. t l fi i Ili-

T his F- .r':rv ': :h. A I). .
J. -i k ; Ai i. : :i .

NOTICE FOR SPECIAL TAX SCHOOL
DISTRICT

FIa' THEIR I NIER-IG(NI-.I ITI/FN- ANID
t" a l'p "y e r o t' i i,.:: ,' w :n i; I .e r ', t -r r :-


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T 24 !'1. tN. R1;IN-', N, K,'s:-,
Ed. fee paid.

NOTICE OF APPLICATrION F-OR TA I
DEED UNDER SECTION 8 OF CHAP
TER 4888. LAWS OF FLORIDA.

N NOTICE IS. HEREBY (;IVEN THAT .:
BAILEY purchaser of Tax Cv-
tificatt No 16zb. dated the 7th. day of Aug. A tI
x's. has filed said certificate in myv office, and ha-
made application for tax deed to issue in ac-r.r
dancewith law. Said certificate embraces tw
following dcscnbed property situated in Marw--
county Florida. to wit. Lot 16, Bailey sub ofa ess
half of southeast quarter, section 27, towndal.
15. range 22.
The said land being assessed at the date c4 ,-
suance of such certificate in the same of Alice- .
Young. Unless said certificate shall be rede em-
ed according to law, tax deed will issue tbemne
on the ist day of March, A. D. 1902.
Witness my official signature and seal tliwet2
a8th day of January. A. D. 190o2.
S. T. SITRU-NIC
i-sy [Seal] Clerk Circuit CoumT

NOTICE FOR SPECIAL TAX SCHOO.-
| DISTRICT.

We the undersigned cities and tax payer~'
of the following described territory, will on tba-
first Monday in March, 9gos. present to thw-
Board of Public Instructaon of Marion county .
Florida, this petition, asking the sid boatd. 2
call an election for the purpose of creating .b
special tax school district to be known as te -
Ocklawaba special tax school district to incleur
the following described territory. Beginning, t
the Ocklawata river at a point half way between
the northern and southern boundary of seet tei
township 16, range 24; running wt to a pari
half way between the northwest and stbwesn
corners of section 35, township i6, raags y
thence south to a point halt way between so t .-
west and northwest corners of section i a towm-
ship 17, range 23; thence east tothe eastern h
derof Lake Weir: thence northerly alkn1. tb-
waters of Lake Weir to a line running east mm *
west, half way between the northern and sout-
ern boundaries of section 9, township i-. rapigr
24: thence east to the western boundary of si-.&
tion o., township 17. range 24: thence north tt
the northwest corner of section io. township :7.
range 24. thence east to the Ocklawaha river
thence northerly along the Ocklawaha riVe tic
the point of beginning.
J. W. Freeman. Jas. Freeman. Go. Ruste,7
C. W Russell. L. W. Seller%. G. B. Beck. W '?.
Hall A W. Yongue. G. J. Strozier. W. E M-i
Gahagin. J. T Car-.-n, J. Driggers Ang'i.l ii
Stark. John Dixon. W. T. Cason.

NOTICE FOR SPECIAL TAX SCHOOL
DISTRICT.

"'E THE 'NI)F R-ICNDI) CITI/FN-X \
tIV tax pat4 r-- 4o the- fo4llo !ig -' : e,
rtl.:'!V vwi..' i th4' 1lr-*t .41t,4n'. 111 i \l.ir'. -.
rt -'it : th.e Hi: ri I'u'ic Il- t .'
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o>f -.e .t1i l A t.Wlin-h'. :=. rti1: i- e :'z t '-n!l r *:,
to, -w.r t!w fst c n-i r .o 1 t:T] :.wii-h:
TraT t :'. thLincL taI t-t t,) tf south'a--' t":t--
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THE OCALA BANNER. FEBRUARY 27, 1902


SEEING IS BELIEVING



0 ('Comne and see our stock ald get our prices.
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You (can't hell but be satisfied with both the
SAQuality un0d the Ii'ce. As fr variety we _






.^^^ ^Bread being the staff of life, why
not have the best .
doll.-.
FLO_-_ U-m
9A BALLAR D'S OBE ISK
S-way.Rehab/e. is recognized everywhere to be just as
represented, and to contain 196 lbs. to each barrel.

E OLD RELIABLE HAMS _

- THE ACME OF PERFECT .. ONCE TRIED, ALWAYS USED.


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- your attention to our variety of other goods. Each -
ar"tceI bears the brand of the best manufacturers of "
S its Kind in the country, and w guarantee every ar-
ticle to be as represented. If not we refund the money.

S,(Let us have your orders for Grocerie(s,
SHay, Grain and all kinds of Stock Feed.
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