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Title: The Ocala banner
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Title: The Ocala banner
Uniform Title: Ocala banner
Ocala banner (Ocala, Fla. 1883)
Alternate Title: Ocala daily banner
Daily banner
Physical Description: Newspaper
Language: English
Creator: Ocala banner
Publisher: The Banner Pub. Co.
Place of Publication: Ocala, Fla.
Ocala Marion County Fla
Publication Date: March 7, 1902
Frequency: weekly[]
weekly[ former aug. 25, 1883-dec. 28, 1888]
daily (except sun.)[ former dec. 30, 1888-]
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 )
Additional Physical Form: Also available on microfilm from University of Florida.
Dates or Sequential Designation: Vol. 17, no. 12 (Aug. 25, 1883)-
Numbering Peculiarities: Issues for 1884 later called new ser., v. 2.
General Note: Editors: T.W. Harris, F.E. Harris, C.L. Bittinger.
General Note: Publisher varies: Frank Harris & Frank Harris, Jr., <1913
General Note: Description based on: New ser., v. 2, no. 14 (Dec. 1, 1883).
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Volume ID: VID00630
Source Institution: University of Florida
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Mr-- Sara A. Harris, whi has heen
-I-illiin g the winter in Oeala, the
a-!t oif thei family of Mr. F. E. Har-
ri-. re-lurzitil to her home in Pinai-
,.-iT kee ye-terday.

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Tia- i!ice is indelbteil toi Mr. J. M.
*N.-.-y f.or large thermometer in tile
*tirha,,- f a shoe. The bulb never gets
r i,,%,-r than Neely's prices nor higher
than thie Mr. J. S. Mann, of York was in
t.'la Saturlav, for the puripse of
-ih uiitlltiitg hi- obligations to the state
S s .! milt,. Mr. M1annI is on of thi
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* t..l r i < ala i lMitay to vis it
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HM i I m ..i'r. oif Ifiton, who
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I I *l ,@ If I-at the i -ala Hr oulie.
a I t **' l..i 6 *'*Iain -t Ia h f i Ilci.nI
&I i- a I t i *. i, I e IIo. .f th St. Lucie
SI I r at'-r- ma- -l1<1 at auction
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M,1- .,,,* N layl,.r and lMipe Bull,
*g' -tal ar i. hittingg a few day-. with
M r- A I. ltalU k Ia MItimoll Eu-
st-r|>-r w
Mr. -'hter. whllif hlaw Isoll visiiting
Sit lltIr. Mr. W. C. Hull. for severml
day. hft saturday for At.lata, her
futes, hua..
*ftv* you a ough ': A dos of Balt
iwtd's HElu4bmgmd yrap will relieve it.
Ptue a% and .k'.r Anti-Mooopoly
Il W "or m
Inr t h Mayor's court Tuesday
,niiiii g ItWchard dlyamp, who created
a r,, at Monday' auction, wan given

I, .i- ri 4 ahll T',inar ures fevers,
!, i- ai nialaria. It d (atroys the
gr 'n.i Hr lruaraniter it. l'rice !'cts.
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Mr li- I Frt-yn-iuth.-lit1, wurintendent
t' i. -..-r farm. wlho liha twen quite
i. :i0.. i Itunlioniit e up again and
a* ti. I NMa IOlly Williami, after a pleas-
ant viot to tier grandmother, Mrs.
Muanwr. r turned to her school duties
at Okmag Lake aunday.
4 a4t. Jam.. A. McDavid and Mr.
James L. Smith represented the Cot-
tea Plant and Fellowship neighbor-
handsa A pramanent party from Candler
diMed at the (cala House Saturday.
lu the party were Memrs. J. Y. Me-
Kiauney. M. A. Parkinson and (;eo.
I uris. .
M %r. E. I'. Bird and her -iuter Miss
I .-reI-,er Anderion, of irooklyn N. Y.
art, vi.ting it. Jacksonville. They
art exi-.etel in oh-ala very soon to
Si-it frritl..- .-i.,,rt while.

I i,. r ult-, of an over-indulgence in
fv-attT idritik are* promptly rectified,
% without lasin or di-comfort, by taking
a ia- Ionte,. of llerhiue. Price &kc.
Ati.MoInoploly Dlrug Store. m
quite a numnBer witnessed the per-
forumaice at thearmory Tuesday night
for the twnefit of the Rifles and enjoyed
it very much. Thie entertainment
will tuw repwatedl March 15 and 25.
Wh1.-n you wake up with a bad taste

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TI- I:.'!j Wj Lo% f arteliU K.

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wa-t-r, mtid J. It. ('taler, of Gain~es-
viihe. we-re anioag (Ocala visitors Sat-

Mr- J. dt Beer. of Mount Pleasant,
Tiin., Ia in (Oeala visiting Mr. and
Mr-. S-hireilwr. She is here for the
pur.ose of obtaining treatment under
the skilful handsof Dr. Dan Morgan
4;overnor Jennings was in Citra a
few days ago. It is said the grove that
he has in charge there is in prime
condition and will soon be looking as
fine as the world-famed groves at that
,lace before the freeze.

Mr. Jno. M. Martin jr., an old Ocala
boy but now of Jacksonville, after a
several days visit at the Ocala House
left Tuesday for points further south.
Mr. Martin is now traveling for the
Florida house of Smith and Company.
Much pain and uneasiness is caused
ly piles, sparing neither age nor sex.
Tabler's Buckeye Pile Ointment cures
the most obstinate cases. Price, 50c,
in bottle; tubes 75c. Anti-Monopoly
Drug Store. mI
Mr. and Mrs. E. K. Nelson, of Inver-
ness were in Ocala Monday. They
came up for the purpose of trying to
rent a house with a view of coming to
Ocala to reside. The Ocala Banner
hopes that they will decide to come to
our city.
Mr. H. L. Anderson returned from
Deland Monday where he has been
visiting Mrs. Anderson and the child-
ren. His two daughters are attending
the Stetson University and Mr. An-
derson is very much in love with the
If your child is cross or peevish, it is
no doubt troubled with worms.
White's Cream Vermifuge will re-
move the worms, and its tonic effect
restore its natural cheerfulness. Price
25c. Anti-Monopoly Drug Store. m
In the match game of basket ball be-
tween the teams of the high school
department and the grammer school
department Friday afternoon, the
high school team won. Basket ball
Is the leading sport for the girls at
the school this winter, and some of
them are developing into expert
Mr. and Mrs. Perkins and their
three daughters, Mr. and Mrs. Kirbey
and their two daughters, all of Provi-
dencei R. I., who have been spending
some time at the Ocala House, left
Friday for a trip down the East Coast
before returning to their northern
home. We hope to have them with
us again next winter.
You will never wish to take another
dose of pills if you once try Chamber-
lain's.Stomach & Liver Tablets. They
are easier to take and more pleasant
in effect. They cleanse the stomach
and regulate the stomach and bowels.
For sale by Anti-Monopoly Drug
Store. m
Mr. George C. Cabell, of Danville,
Va., who is registered at the Ocala
Honse. rpnrewmented Viraina in con-


In a late issue of the Ocala
Banner there .-as printed a |
most suggestive and comprehen-
sive article on the above subject
from the pen of Capt. J. H.
Stephens. industrial agent of
the Plant System.
We hope that his suggestions
will be acted on by the people.
The present session of con-
:rss. it vwill ie seen, Ihas ap-
l}r,,ri{, ,!l l illins andl millions

i i\ r- an.l i ipiiroveni it of 9
lih rl,,rs. ti,?l ll(e erection of t

light houses I'r' the belnefit of W
conllierce, but not one dollar for

the benefit of agriculture on
which rests, very largely, the
prosperity of the nation.
(Good roads are as useful and
imperative as deep rivers.
Persons familiar with the life
of Henry Clay are aware that
he favored a system of internal
improvements and had already
in contemplation the establish-
ment of turnpikes to be built by
national aid, and if the inven-
tion of the locomotive had been
deferred a few years longer we
would have had national turn-
pikes leading to all the princi-
pal cities in the country.
The increase in commerce
and agriculture make the build-
ing of these turnpikes as neces-
sary now as then, and if the
farmers throughout the country
will make a determined and
systematic effort, we believe
they can induce congress to
build them.
2It should be one of the
farmer's "demands."
There is no question as to the
constitutionality of the govern-
ment building them, and our
congressmen should now give
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some attention to the building
of good roads the same as they
have all along given to the deep-
ening of rivers and the improve-
ment of harbors.

You can be cheerful and happy only
when you are well. If you feel "out
of sorts" take Herbine. It will brace
you up. Price 50c. Anti-Monopoly
Drug Store. m
Mr.R. R. Phillips, of the Singer
Company, has returned from a busl-
neos trip to Leesburg. His friends
will regret to know that he continues
quite sick and is now confined to his
Information was received in the
city Tuesday that Mr. Edward Hol-
der who is visiting in Hot Springs is
suffering from an attack of pneu-
monia. *A telegram announces that
he has passed the danger line and his
recovery is expected to be rapid.

Mr. James A. Harris who has been
oft for the past nine months visiting
in Philadelphia, New York, Washing-
ton Territory and the Klondike is
back at his home in Panasoffkee. He
writes that he finds the orange and
grape fruit trees in prime condition,
but that the cold struck the lemon



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Since the announcement of his can-
didacy for the office of supreme judge
Hon. W. A. Hocker is receiving a
great many compliments from the
press of the state.
*Hen. W. K. Zewadski left Tues-
day for White Springs. We are re-
minded by some of our curb stone
politicians that Mr. Frank Adams
lives very near White Springs.
Mr. Henry G. Dunn represented
Citra in Ocala Monday. He says that
some of the groves in ('itra are look-
ing very fine indeed while others, not
so well cared for, show the effects of
the cold weather.
Robert's Chill Tonic removes the
cause. It cures and prevents chills
and fevers. Pleasant to take. Price
25cts. No cure no pay. Wm. Ander-
son. 1
The signs of the times point to Rob-
ert McNamee being a candidate for
congress from Congressman Spark-
man's district, and the appearances
are that the Tampa Herald, under its
new ownership, will champion his
cause.-Pensaoeola Press.
*Mrs. John H. Todd and little son, of
Dalton, Ga., who have been the guests
of Mrs. R. G. Blake and Mrs. 0. W.
Martin for .several weeks, left Satur-
day for Dade City, where they will
visit relatives before returning to
Robert's Chill Toni3 cures.BIt re-
siores health andl appetite. a Try it.
25cts. Your money back if it fails.
Wm. Anderson. t
The Manufacturior's Record, of
Baltimore, which gives a good deal of
attention to transactions in phos-
phate, in its last number says that
there have been several transactions
in Florida at steady flures. That the
market for both pebble and hard rock
phosphate Is active, and prominent
companies are selling freely for Eu-
ropean ports, and sales promise to be
very large. Several steamships have
been chartered for Immediate use.
Old Age.
Old age as it comes in the orderly
process of nature is a beautiful thing.
The very shadow of eclipse which
threatens it, makes it the more prized.
It stands for experience, knowledge,
wisdom and counsel. This is old age
as it should be. But old age as it is
so often is means nothing but a second
childhood of mind and body. What
makes the difference! Very largely
the case of the stomach. In youth
and the full strength of manhood it
doesn't seem to matter how we treat
the stomach. We abuse it, overwork
it, injure it. We don't suffer from it
much. But when age comes the
stomach is worn out. It can't prepare
and distribute the needed nourish-
ment to the body, and the body, un-
nourished, falls into senile decay. Dr.
Price's Golden Medical Discovery is a
wonderful medicine for old people
whose stomachs are "weak" and
wnose digestions are "poor." Its in-
viroratin2 effects are felt by mind as





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OUR OVEN material goes
into the oven and
only the
rolls out. It is delightfully crisp and
wholesome. A few slices buttered is a
meal in itself and almost as nutritious
as meat.
Orders for Bread, etc., can be more
satisfactorily filled by

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Ocala, Florida.
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M's Robert A Burford Entertains.

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rlr- ltur(,rd was a-sisted in enter.
tainmii her guests by Mrs. E. L
Carney. Mrs. J. W. Pearson, Mrs. J
4 Po-ter and Mrs. F. E. Harris, and
little Miisse Mary Burford and Alta
Pearson passed the core cards and
Iu other ways assisted.
Mrs. Burford's elegant home is beau'
tifully adapted to entertaining and
yesterday afternoon it was a lovely
picture. The rooms were all profusely
decorated with palms, greens and cul
lowerr, and this, together with the
many animated and beautifully gown.
el ladiei presented a scene long to be
Death of Prof. E. P. Tucke.
It i-the 4 kala Rann her's sad dutv
I, atMinniUlite the death of Prof. E. P.
'I ii'ke, which occurred at his home iin
tihe .t-ie'rni portion of the city yester-
day nlaorinlg at 1lt o'clock.
lPr.;fe-<,r Tueke was in his seventy-
%ixth year. He was a native of Mas.
a.chusetts and was graduated from
Harvard University when he was only
twenty years of age.
Before the outbreak of the civil
war he planned in his own mind the
building of the great Siberian railroad
now under construction, and in order
to thoroughly equip himself for the
work lie went into the railroad shops
and learned all about mechanical rail-
way .construction. He hoped to in-
terni-t lius.ian capital in the enter-
jpris.e. but the civil war interfered
with hi. ,plans and lie had to abandon
thelm,i ut he lived to see the identical
ral eaai,.-tructeI, which -, far as lie
kw.W. w,.- tir-t ,n'elived bly hinm.
l'Prof. Tu.k. ws- a wounderful mnaln.
It, at,--, to I IiiIInre' as anI educator,
ll,-t ,. f li-. Woik ivIir itbeien a ,li-,',d in North < ar. lii.a. Hle lhas
lIe,.i liiviina in h.-ala for thle iast
tw' lv" r ti'tten y-ar- anl wa. kiovWn
., ,- ; private tutor. Hlie wa- teln-
d.rlvy tir-,.d in lis sickzies bhy hi-
d.\,t,-d wife who mourns his death.
Tlh- fwi.r:trl ,.rvis will takt il:c'e
ifaan tl i lattr n ,ideilcm thi'- after oill-
at t i: ,T'. o',i' a-k.

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i, :,, ; th. ,ih ,.a- f l l,,,rtitii o th0n eat.

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(,,li {Lt', .tin (d atiriui t ;t- l I .-I ,ll I i y h'i l- 1u|i'-.
Aw hit l, -lo\v,-< iriteat L\ ay ,-' ....lhtis.n. a ail, of 'co,-., M y.
Buto1rid l.eiti.Ir liad to be te ual to Itie
,': -,on ll itll a ic iltatioln \Ih!vlli ch I lu--
elI ev rytolie to laugh. Mi-- L'ayne
le-ft Friday after ioIn faor ()Oala much
t,4 the r.rt t het l r mnany frietid- anil
Sulii!~- hl. wi\vih It r return:.
N I-- Willi. ;i ry Mavh\ a du(lai to
a few of ih-r fri> nid- Fri4ay night.
Mr. Join 'rt-t and -A1i-- ZtIda
Proltter, of P'dro, w'r i-itol- liht-r
John Neil, of Antthony, was visii-
ing here Sunday.
Mr. John Syler has commenced to
-hip strawberries from some that he
had protected from the cold weather.
Miss Minnie Halsell, a former resi-
dent of this place but lately of Sparr,
was married Sunday to Mr. (olbert,
of Silver Springs. We wish her
much happiness.
Happenings at Gaiter.
Gaiter was visited Saturday by
a heavy rains and high winds.
Farmers are beginning to plant.
They think cold weather is over. I
Mr. Wesley Thomas planted his
melons the first of February, but says
he has not seen anything of them
since. Say. They are gone the other ,
way, I guess.
The fishermen are beginning to 1're-
pare for that enjoyment, practicing
with rod and reel.
Messrs. Lummie and Asker Barnes
and their sister, Miss Laura, have been
spending a few days in (aiterville.
The party given by H. A. Ross was
a success and all who attended it were
E. V. Rayburn speaks of going to
join his brother who has been there
for several years.
(;aiterville has had the misfortune
of experiencing the so-called scarlet
fever, but the disease was not so bad
as the excitement it caused. Never-
theless the fever and excitement are
both over now.
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His Shoe, Dry-loods and
Notions Stock is Full and
Complete. Prices, lowest.

A Call and Examination of otur Stock will never
be regretted. I'olite Attention assured.

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The Hagerstown Spoke and Bend-
ing Co., of Hagerstown, Md., are
here for the purpose of buying.
and all persons who have for
sale any of th,1 above-named
timbers, before disposing of the
same, will do well to confer
with their agent.


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"- tie 4 reeutleor-Anvil ttand q. 1-2 f,

tr. iC.t. l; reevet out, o~n Iativ.~be1t

r't~turu front New Yo4rk to)-day. Mr.
hi elvuli-ti 411hia-,Ibeen gone f. r the
lsa=t four wteeks J'urelia-,ing tile spring
un stil'urnwir stock tofgENipds for thle 11.
It. 1Ah-ter.' ldepalrtmen'tt =tqirte. He i-A
ani e~xperienIced loluver and the goods.
j'ur, ha!-teu by liitu this,.a ensinti re
beautiful ill every i'arti(etilar. The
ladies ebwci4.lly are invited to call

Ark.tin-a- (Chill und Fever Cure is

Lm.te ut-In-dlaylftvnitoon at her

-Y'av 19') i a; .1'te li t,' a very 'serio us la--
9~9l~l:t. "fL' a: ill It!'V varo'l and he11r

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4f.h st-,,(fi V r 4ulg tulc r

large duleghfupardorsPwrty.etil

M s! Mar1.y Apften 9' n \l r... J.t.e
SOI I.4r-.CI-- 1414 fifteen- SaamAe..4wt.-re

tahe!-,b a very hfadsvery vaeigi whl ile
M i!-?. Violasoeefthe ll w~n the young
laoit-s' pize, a pairr ofit-n thi winter

IXI ittyscissry tnci h

Aitl lie vl t f te jgr/.' or ile lllricsd

lad cie-, a terywere ser~ve sekiil
Thi-foiwlgt Harri- lblthe y\voung,-

lat-jez' Mrsz.,A.pE.Tiraof aive-r e-4
broidery Scidlor$

Mrs M41(~t C~t. Mr!. N-rved
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'1TIi.' vttry irtve not yet hi.-tarl folt
Mr., but it is'v vry pirl(ball that
lie will acivept the (call.
Food Changed to Poison.
Putrefying food in the intestines pro-
(du'es effects like those of arsenic, but
Dr. King's New Life Pills expel the
poisons from clogged bowels, gently,
4.a.sily but surely, curing constipation,
biliousness, sick headache, fevers, all
liver, kidney and bowel troubles
Only !5c at Anti-Monopoly Drug
Store. 4
While they last I will sell pedigreed
Belgian hares. F. W. Biggs,. Ocala,
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;\lotitt /ztilt I H Iot.el, hasi iven a ion-
tract to tlO. ( 'ntral Lumiber ( *oniillny
for tlhe installation of a complete
:aytcline gas plant for the liglhtingt of
the entire hotel, oficer-, etc. The
plant will be a fine one and in line
with many other improvements made
by Mr. (Ualloway in his property.
Pneumonia Follows a Cold
But never follows the use of Foley's
Honey and Tar. It stops the cough,
heals and strengthens the lungs and
aftbrds perfect security from an attack
of pneumonia. Refuse substitutes.
Mold by Anti-Monopoly Drug Store.

Our Stock of

flen's and Boys' Clothing
Is Being Sacrificed
So as to make rooin for the New Spring and Summer Goods.
Now is your chan'ce tto bvy.
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1i, n(" Men's Suits ......------..-------------- 7.0
.U n's Suits --..... --------------------5.00
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41.0 M3en's 1ants ------------------- 2.50
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'%e Ocala Banner is Never Saying

I i*. natol'-,ip, wh:ut e.. a-o.ri uw..
th-re- f.r loni.-winde, and tir-o'i
attempts on oi iti. part to4 tell the pliuibli
.I,' Tlhe lipeople know what lie lia
don-i-kiiow liiore than it i- sati ..fa*
tory for .1%r. Flagler for thlie tokunw
alilt it i- inot inecesi ary for ithe lanne
to hi4le, its brain duiing this ex ce.-
-ive hot weather by l|pointing out it
duty Ito the people. Shakespeare li!v
t141hi U. that man li has seven aires; now
a, the t ('ala Balnner claims to bite thl
,olde-t Ipaper in Florida, to what atig
1toe.- it ibelong-in this instance?-
West l'alni Beach Tropical Sun..
"Thisexcessive hot weather"-whel
and where did item. We have had fifty frosts this
winter and during it all the Ocala
Banner has not tried to addle its own
brain or any one else's brain and is
nut giving, but is kept busy receiving
advice. It's the little ones like Guy
that dispense it.

A. D. 1902.
"I will not," shouted Senator Blow-
hard, "say that the gentleman from
Nincompoop is a despicable liar, a
contemptible poltroon, an ineffable
villain. My respect for the dignity of
the senate prevents. But if he will
meet ime in the alley behind Hooley's
livery stable I will say that and more
"Tihe self-rt spiet of the senate hav-
ing been carefully preserved," said
the presiding officer, "a motion to ad-
journ in respect to the memory of the
late onlitgress man Hoodad will now lie
in lrder."-Tampia Herald.

The Tinies-l'nion and Citizen says
Hernaudo county farmers declare
that six hundred gallons of Prime
Florida syrup per acre may be con-
sidered the average yield, and yet
Hernando at one time considered her-
self only rich enough to grow oranges
ueceowfully. If the pine or hammock
lands can do s% well, what may we
not expect from the rich muck beds
and alluvial lands? Florida may
wisely rest her hope of financial sal-
vation oin sugar and get to work
in earnest. Just before the orange
feve-r became prevalent a few set outi
nurN ries and grew rich, but the day
,'oniel- when the man who hias seed t, -ell will it at hiomne and
" omit,< (he the"


Of wrmnlv hea!:' \\<>'. i'. tw terne,

ing ; :';. t r', thy'L- .,i:: .; iln t v( rv d< \. .t the
wor-t the p-in betcon:,s toni;-nent.
The sten t keTping the lmininv o0 nis::i i n p: i er-
fectlv health st.t'." rThis can lie ('.onte
by t1", use of I)r. l'ier-e's Favorite I'r-
seription. It reg.uilates the periods. dries
debilitating drains, heals inflammation
and ulceration, and cures female weak-
ae". It makes weak women strong and
sck women well.
Women suffering from chronic forms
of disease are invited to consult Dr.
Pierce. by letter, fiwe. All correspond-
eace is held as ascredly confidential and
womanly confidences ae guarded by
strict professional privacy. Address Dr.
I. V. Pierce, Duealo it. V.



We are glad to see that there

is an effort on foot to establish

training schools for southern
white .boys.

Mr. R. II. Edmonds. editor of

tliB lialtiiti
]<'iri'il r'iecently ,lliv

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;ai'li So tilt Fii (',!. Kilhll>r\ew cImiaract rizcs
Il ti somlitlierin white lIoys as the
ilt'-.''iitlilnts of the' "'freest of thle
fre."' anill th e "liravest of tie,
SlIrav-." il1 and predicts tliat ani-
iiiatl ais ilt,\e are by the treat
tenat tion t, principle, they will.
when properly trained to in-
dustrial pursuits. lead the world
in manufacturing and other en-
terprises requiring trained intel-

The south is rapidly being

transformed from a pure
agricultural to a manufacti

ing section.

Her cotton w


soon all be manufactured in
sight of where it is grown, and
her sugar cane, like her tobacco,
will soon be manufactured into
the finished product within her
own doors. Her hard woods
will no longer be sent away to
be manufactured into wagoniis.
lbu.,ies., an otliher vehicles but
will bie manufactured at home.
This will be true also of her iron-
and other ores.
South Carolina, in the num-
ber of her spindles, is already
second to Massachusetts.

These great changes that are
rapidly occurring will need
trained intellects to direct them,
and there are great opportuni-
ties opening up for the southern
white boy in directing these
stpendouts enterprises.
It is all right for otur benevoil-
eltly inclined mlnillionairets to
foulill libraries awi to 'iiiow\

l Van ] .'riiir's. blootthai' gre-ii lI'

e'f 'o ho houflit. r- 1 -11 ,1.

111' 'ii ci *h..I-.- 111, 'ii kl~

VeI,-t\ fllllati~ll. 11 sithe hl

this connec'tij t that ; lar-<
nuinmlr of lit ll ma.str mind.
Swere graduates from thel loo

school houses, and those to
whom this generation will be
most largely indebted, especial-
ly in this section, will be the












uld live in and breathe water, or
y'drogeu. But let him attempt it, the li
water will drown and tlhe hiydrogen
tphyxiate himnt.
.\ilotier mall, Wvio lias :tniatterilr ir
'ifi'et, miItlit -ay: ".\ir is ,oni-
-1, mainly, of oxygen and nllitro,-

geli. I 1 ill live lon oxygenl." Hlie will
break aI law of lii.s beit if i he l>-,
and will blurn out lon, i.efle hi- tiime.
4 ir h l ie y eialdtie l liitl',gcli ; atind ill tli: caii t- 1 %k: 1 \ ,ill ,1iv
for i i:,ok of lihiy'i -Al fir.e.
No ii;ani alk- ) over ;t pt!,ili'r<", ,r
t.k,. ,i-oion inllto i -y-'ti, or
lIngi' i:- h lia 1, in ,o lire without
.-iill!rilil; tlit- ii t-iti o, o if lti-t-akiili

TIll- l0 4rth oi- isii; :'l ,itis a pily-
-,ia! as w vli a- "a --.'liiatl law, and it
iMl:ay not lbe bIroklil with inpunity.
W\e of chri-'iian latil s do not hold a
certain ione (if the seven days as saiered
bit we must acknowledge the neces-
sity for rest on one of the seven. We
do not worship the Sabbath. In fact
our Sunday is not the original Jewish
Sabbath. Jessus of Judea said we are
not slaves of the Sabbath, but that it
Is our slave.

a sUaYVR SEm..O.

[Written for the Ocala Daily Banner.]
Man is evidently a seven day clock
He needs re-winding every. weeh
and if he is not regularly wound, run
out of time.
Do you doubt it?
WVell, there is a way to prove it, am
that is by reference to history.
History is God teaching by events
History is the voice of the eternal
-peakiniL iln tones audible to 111.11.
li.-tory show. u.- tAliat those nationi
\ ,l!i. il lit l Y, 11l 1 l .t: 1 '. -1 1 t- lltli-, l i.
w ii ,!iiit h :.v <' ,'*; ,',

a ;y t i i rt. l' .- 4 l u ti 1 v

Sli y ; -Ol l' i tI t' tIt l oi -t4

ti*. -S i l that i' t' y, tile soul was
lotliiillg withliout tht b i 'ody.
VWhat wonder tWIen that Franc t,
went mtad'.' Or, to nue our former lig-
ure, what wonder thit Frane- failed
to keep time?
Jehovah, the cre-itor, knew be-t how
to rt Vultte that cel -htially consirutcted
iiece of milechalnisml we call a mnali.
Tliis Jehovah, tiy ind tlirougih those
far-famed tenliommiiiiluiets, wliilih
uniquestionalbly contain the very base
principles of truth, virtue and jus-
tice, gave this conimmand :
"Six days shalt thou labor and do
all thy work," followinLr with a com-
nmand to refrain on the seventh day
from toil.
Shall man, the pygmy, the ant, pre-
sume to put his puny judgment above
that of the creator?
And yet, when man refuses to obey
the command just spoken of that is
precisely what he does. He says, by
his actions, "I know better than the
one who made me."
The French people, after their en-
leavor to run the nation on the deci-
mal system had plunged them into
a gulf of horror and lawlessness; after
they had dethroned reason by crown-
ing a harlot as "Goddess of RUason;"
after they had washled the pavement
Stones with the ioist blood of the
"ealm and were near to washlling then
%fresh with the bloodI of the common
ieoiple; after thie.e ti.nigs and worse,
here were two or three men still liv-
ng who had not gone mad, and these
aw to it that the decimal system was
polished, and the seven-day system,
rdained of God, was re-established.
In America, it is scarcely probable
iat the law-makers will ever say:
We shall have only one day of rest
ut of ten." Our danger rather lies in .
ie disregard, in private life, of that
ay hallowed by custom and made
ilierative by the very law of our be-
No man; with impunity can break
physical law. There is a law which
ys we must live in air, and breathe
r. An insane lman miight fancy lie

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A tria l, or,.t.r ivil t c n ice you i' V I th it w e ar.1r t hie- t r t- r i.
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against Sunday levity. We do no
think it shows proper respect to
those who worship on Sunday fo
l others to play golf, or enter into othe
sports and amusements.
s Moreover, since one day should
be a day of rest out of every seven
whynot, as far as possible, let thia
I seventh day be the same as is observed
by the best people of the state and th
l nation.
Editor Calhoun's View Of it,
While we consider the lPresideint'
tY -'itlM ilt of M iies- :ti l .t l
.:k\\' l'..i c- -l ..' ki
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i r i er br' 11 i o t hal l

.I r t f -h I' a:t i ; 1"s : l t: 1 1,.

thlie eDlm ntrlI of irhO ,srgv tor

S ', I ( I arity. It L'al s I li je rit as
all liei ,ir a iia t t l 'iter, hi peri insti l'iY,
ini< -lIr < \ i,: l >\ 'i' l .

Ii- l*i tie-, hi-s tgruteat iijt S, tlhtl l1adile
liini i what lie is. He i ls ireat main, i
I ilt 1 'liit .lv. i e re Ali ii rioaiir alli
joint lhi, son as a Illi'el.
h '.-iile Miles, lHoosevelt i a whillp-
i persnialipper, an accide':t, a illu-ulirtnolll.
And yet that l'resi(dent called that old1
veteran to him in a public place e and
administered to him a cool, brutal
insult, imposed upon him a degrada-
tion and inflicted a pang which should
cause the mantle of shame to flood
every American cheek.
And he will treat Schley tile same
way. There is another real man, by
comparison with whom the secretary
of the navy is a nincompoop. For
half a century Schley has been in the

it service of his country. I tlhe *p -
Dr ed tropics, In the frozen polar re"lo1,
Dr everywhere he has done his duty brave-
r ly and well. He never flinched In
storm or battle.
d And yet a petifogging lawyer from
a New England vil age is his.utMprior
at in rank, and employs other |lettift(-
,d gers to hound and villify and dleiry
e and persecute the old hero.
The only solution of the treatnient
accorded to Mile.s andi S.-il*.y i, tII.t
Shamlls hate real lmen.-- ITuiiai*
Sl- iralf'l.

I Thousands Sent Into Eile
i;V*1v, .ir :t I* aL'', i :,
.* t l'ri f '] < i' li I i ,I' i i ;' -

t kei, t nli i I .-Itll I I f'." '
Arli 4l l. Kii- no'n N )r I' *. I
N ll rll ll !,- lt l't- i, 1, ,1, 1
I~t i', t l ,if 11 '. i ltt alt t I 1

theili- **I.~f)" AIlge ". iji i Z i t t 7.' 1-
t r l 'if. nllOd ic i t, ili F ei'ir 1i-: '1
t i e r.i.,I t -i w 'atri a i .

Anti.imatnd ily iril r ar,.. I'r a. ,"

iitl o. es ivry la,;lln th a r.t il. ,I I
I t
Florida at the Prince Henry Dinner.
M r. rittt -r., lit"r trit l w t
TiNe14 YI rk liZ 01-11 1 ixiu ,'. 4 \. t
flotahe r liidtr by h tp l. to
S (iG ertmn .iliy t"I Oia*! t legr ,,'-. Ie
o eilitor w r' invit. i. ent i: '. t
; m r. (G i.+ rv ,+ V i ,il ,W, n < ,i ,,; 1 ,,
T imlies riii ill r a 'i .'il, i s | -" I' ,i

the l- 'o- A ngele. i 'Iiij ', i, i l -i i,,1-
b 'ck to le ise pid r a ti-l'e r.lhi t
atoriil in w li eshtlion r v-4fe tiivt. *li(,r.
, cf the ttwo tate. e"llgag ii ,* v,ry
animated, friendly rivalry its top ,li.
merits of the two state.
It goes for the .aYing that Fliriola
(lid not suffer at the hands of Edit,,r
The president'+ boyish insult too
bIouth C'arolina's senior senator i, to
be resented. He has tween adl *vit., toi
cancel his Charleston visit.

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PNabetilsor comiom gon@wjwith Yew
~w mudW It AMdW !W" Y'4our hOvrsa
wdiment or amt-
1mg indkws an
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9 o f the kid-
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P 'wP t uf Win1'd tiger%. Nor a
Poiltiaul Oligarchy

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Important officials and thene appoint
the sub-officials. The contention by
mine that It will build up a political
oligarchy and entrench in power a
political faction in this tate is a mere
dodge. If it will do thia in the state,
why will it not doso in the county?
Will not the same reasoning apply to
the county only on a smaller scale?
Yet there are sone who urge the obl-
J.-ltion lgailn-tt t(e -tate dis.wewl-ary
k1n14 ill claniot for county i tdi-pil'i-

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lot-, i -.. ,it ,i t it, c'a i 1" a .i 1 1 o ,.r t e
r4 l,U ta j,). ,i, til iliilg i lfil e lo ives. a .: i. .il tile
ititei rity and lioior and throw douilit
agil ii.i-re' iit ntllonk the ability oif tlieir
f,-llow nielln when every word is a
liwIe or a slander. There is no reaso i
why the merits anid d ereritn oi the
41 isl timary syste i should not lie dis-

.utewd with a proper regard for the
feelings and opinions of others and
without indulgence in hitter inveet-

ive', and wrsonal arraicnrent."

For General and Special Information.

lr ti, for.ii or It i,'lv f 't l -, 'iv;ti:thi in

: t li- it o 1f,,r 3 id 4t ,r i iill ilt--
tm,.jta thif m ot ive" ,, t ,- inItl f thi,
ift 'erity and honor and throw doufi,'t13 r

why the ieri3~t and dferit t o* the

ill ti fl, ll .-1 1 ,.X i, ,i 'ti0'-I liietili,.r.=*i. ir-I

cruised with af proper regard for the

.w ih re Ii rb! ,-hittll lIe 1i41 liE ei.-ed (,r
rafetlin and opliinions of others and

witheriouta ieproyndulgence measles otter ainvert-

:fever, it shall be the duty of the vury

tea.- slesat (r arlet f:ver to report then -

,Stite t, tnle I re lr !tit (y th l-r tati o

i'ard if healf thi- hael oardn lir(,ihlt in

Ixoard of health, as' lherein provided! in

thle ca.a*e= Elffattviid ing p ;'iyviaui=, .

ii~iilt1. liin the nir3l-I 'Iejte

How to Cure the Grippe
1I 4't.-n T,": a : i t; i 'l ;' 't ryi4 li- 'a li ; t: e

1.. li t :"' th, V rt- tr '
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The Time is Short.
S. ,:' "<1: ;l ;\ t4 t ,' ti'r -!:l't
, il'l'i- l \' il, > ;.i \'v< :, t I :i <, ",l ri;ld l.
S11 i- h t,- l, i t it i .ll 'ity of < ;ai -
v'ill., it A lrii 1'. A .-I.[* iid i proi.
griii hi:t fit-in prep;Iartel, Inid every-
thinig inidivatf l that thle convention
will Ibe one of the best ever held in the
,,tate. Besi.les our own Florida
workers who will be represented on
the program, there will be a number
of Sunday school workers of national
reputation. Mr. Marion Lawrence,
_---f1 ,l ..4 or fl *ifh intaprntienal

The Sally Sanner Finally Admitted .
.-it OCALA, FLA., March 3rd, 1902.
To the Editor of the Ocala Banner:
Dear Sir:-I have the pleasure to
hbnd herewith your permit according
the use :of the mails as second
class matter, and I am advised
by the third assistant post master gen-
eral that it is ipreftrable for you to
print (on tl tlii.-t page the fact of the
ctiry in the following forx1:
"IEitered Fetruairy 1, 12*'i, as -*c-
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Doors, .


Ready Mixed
Paints Etc .

Tools. .

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What McLaurin's Home Paper Says of
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.ill a .r .d l e ,'ill rii tA \lin ll here i
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It urniaii4,'f aindt I is J -' p.c r t, i h l l tirl- r i
of at reft-ri-(e 1 uth ti eni.i'r and re on-
structed democrat are consid-ered to
bit, lvorltl ti, e din ers t i l it iirei edei

his discovery of the fact that Ablraham
Lincoln was 'the greatest man this
country has produced sine.- it became
an independent nation.' Thii opinion
will hardly he 'concurred in here in
South Caroilina-even iby Ihis 'comn-
iervially demnocrtic followers. How-
ever, every oie to hii. 'Curly
He:tled Johnliiy'E.' like hi. politics, is
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Stops the Cough and Works Off the
Laxative Briino uinine Talliets
cure a cold in one day. No curet-, 1no
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Hubba-rd & Macduff, ocala, Fla.


On the Installment Plan.

IOUR GOODS ARE HIGH GRADE, as in fact only the best
quality could be sold upon the $1.00 a week plan. I
E- Term*:a RSmall cash navment and 1.00 a week until balance is paid.

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J. P. 4itlliowu.o. Prop. IF. bbstoll. Jr.. Mrr.
S ......... IATETIN $2.00 PER DAY


Under Entire New Manmiaxename. R'litedli and Rirfurnih4ed.
New Rallh Roouams. BeNt Table Service.

To grow strong. Unless w<-, :,.
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danssarus. FolSey's imwep iinaUlem
Money *ndTTories afAthm& Doaselss
leasts, afe sad sure- this with other medicine
Mis.0Containsaoplst tt h failed to adv
adoguaranteed. o"narlielf.
Foloy's Honey and Iftr I ave Al theOr
Tar does not hold out you preUabir ed s
false hopes in advanced liablemedleslikeutFO
stam. but claims to give ly's Honey *nd To
relief In the very worst to heal do any I =
aseM. and in early stages top the raekin o
to effettcure. incidental totkldise
rhoupands of infant- Dr. J. C. Bishop, of Ag-
tad children dia yearly new, Mich., says: "I have
of Croup, every oneD of nfed Foley's Honey
hose innoceints coul' and Tar in three ver;
3ave b s.i.n iavei.hial Fo- ,everoc ca-ei of l'nPnn)-
ley's Honey and Tor ri, th,, i1-.,t nonth, with
man given them in time. guod results."

BANNER SALVE is a Healing Wonder.

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OUR GREAT SCHO INTERESTS. Mr. John Martin was appointed
U supervisor of the Long Lake sth'lnl to
Proceedings of the Board of Public- tak thle lac -f fMr. !John, V Wy.v!y,
Instruction for Marion County. W. th! l.i, , ... i .M i Al M r. 1K. i'inirlrey, supI rvis(.r (.f
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t; >' ., rn '.-:..* of WVier. S.')* i' or teams to convey
,'.ii; i froti Southl Iak:te Vier to
W'i. r-,L.Ile -l.hol for the six months or
-I 4 in mn.'tion, the secretary was instruct-
el to :,y to the trustees that while
tins Imard has ino authority in the
smattter, that it would be justice to pay3
for the teams, and recommends the
Mr. It.R. H litch stated that several
-,f tile patrons of llitchton desired to
a-t-l to tihe Fautville school the bal-
atit'e of the term as the Blitchton
school was closed, hut on account of
overiro4wdini the school l they could
not do io unless the board would
giant an a-sistant at Fantville the
,lanitlact of the itrm, which is being
TulI two mt lnths longer ini the special
di,-trl 't.
It w? t. c'.ared tlidt the board could
!,lot .;.nial :ill a-~-taint, andii furthierde-
(.arld I i at ir, s( of the Blilihton
-. ',*..'.. ;\ I ,' on('.-ile of t li Fantville
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SI'. :\ i :!i ;: ti', conlselnt (of the
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1 Babies and children need

A i proper food, rarely ever medi-
cine. If they do not thrive
on their food something i?
wrong. They need a liit!-
help to et their disc "
A machinery' wor1nA proper'.


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w ;ill generally correct this "
difficulty. I
If you will put from one-
fourth to half a teaspoonful!
in baby's bottle three or four
times a day you will soon see I
a marked improvement. For
larger children, from half to
Sa teaspoonful, according to
age, dissolved in their mrilk,
i if you so desire, will vcr-y

Soon show its great nourish-
ing power. If thle rather' sz
. milk does not nourish the I
' baby, she nzeds the ern-.!-
I son. It will show an c t
at once both upon mother'
and child.

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and J. M.. 11i ..I .
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appointed fiteryman for Stokes ferry.
Mr. I.. T. ILtndricks offered to deed
to the -county f1 r use of the poor farm
the southwest quarter of northeast
quarter, section 13, township 14, range
!l east, 441 acres, for ; ..',11.1 and suld -
mitted absrtact of tit., ,li-ch being
sat itfactory, it was4m on ;.4,tii rept-
The following re-,olti n i.i .m
VIIEREAs, ('haitper .14oI> ; the
Laws of Florida, is a,I follows, t> wii:
An act to protect s' ,idf tr, a;i),'
tie public roads of tlh :tat-- o
Be it enacted Ity the lei-!atur> ,s
the state of Florida.
Sec. 1. After the itpas.;ig aand :ip-
proval of this act, the county coull-
nmisioners of each county may pre-
scribe that the publlic roads in thtir
coulity shalill nt 1he le'-= tian thliir;y
feet wide, and it hliall Ibe unlawful foli'
any lper4son or pvrioni- to belt, t.cit or)
de-troy any -l:,Alc trtc- within ai (i---
tance of lif'ikn f-eah t fromn theta (c.t;cr 4,f
tlihe road o1 t livt i <1'r itlter siI, <.f.aid l
r ;,: with o t *i'l ," i'y !rr,, t ir:utl '

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was Mpi'c!-elted alva'i A ~'V
S.T. Bicha~rd'.A u pi t; Iii! fPAZAr
Uli:-'ion t4' thle 1441)F rf tt int u-dIii,1i
refe~rred1 to a Codli~it-t'
R. A. .X. urfor'1 \'a-a .ta:nt- -i;'1 ('4 4u is
tv atto~rlley fo~ res 44tyear, 'idt-~red

I '~jj i z~iour A'rt iiati n, Ixeieus
spaid Fmt itwere aippj.4Iinteif as c'401111it-

t49 repIVt:1r i hat' whetherWI4)r

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Mlk -I'.*, .':1'rm G(rii1r IFa rmu

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WX. P. tIhrg-ax-t". 3and1 W. J. Morni-
'4111 lir('.-on1it' 411 45 ls t) carry pistol
wI Iivii wtre ap pro4 ved.
C. J. a1d 1"I. F. lc(raney presented
bi ouds1 to, ,':-ri-v F wi ~~ icht were ap-

Bids fol 11iru t fjr Stokt-'s fterry 'were
and.II4I 111( (4 itf:let was'35 wa1dte'iIto)

Pvttiti49i1for Ipub~j.' '4lc t~l fr,44fUIrvin-2

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der-,d lail over until next meeting, so
that other ,ond-inen desirinig to do fo
iumyj iun in -a:id proposition.
\V. W. ('lyatt, jr., manager of the
Security Abstract Company agreed to
investigate the tax certificates now
held by the state in the county and
report to the clerk .such as appears to
be bt -ed on illegal a-sessmentts., :-o
that the certificates may be canceled
and the lands -nmbraced therein re-as-
.5ssed, for such compensation as the
board may agree upon.
S. T. Richardson wa3 ordered ad-
mnitted to the poor farm.
T. E. Pasteur, county treasurer, sub-
miitted hi.s report showing receipt ,
(di.lursement.alnd balance." as follows :

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right arn was I atly iI4j urvol Pit 1 he-r
faee -lighitly piee'alu(Iv. Dr. rzifnith az-
called and ajsjpli#-d loti~ii'a wlIIA'
Soothed the pain ll id vlie i' ii' 'it' re-
big easily.

Our Waterworks Company
The regular annual riiet-ttimg sfstlt.
Ocala Water XVtrk-4 wwA h.#1ItSavir-
day atil the ro~llsow ing I41U 'r,4 re-i.'-.'.t-

superintendent ; A. E.. Ito sardi 41 ln
Brevard, N. C., trea-urer.
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The Grocery business is our Life Study. We
Share exclusive grocers and have Nothing Else to study
but our store and the pleasure of our customers. We
Share always looking for something New and some-

thing Better. Experience teaches us that the Best is
Sthe Cheapest---we find it always gives old patrons
better satisfaction, and constantly brings new ones.
| When in the city visit The Tea Pot, look at the
stock and get prices. We have goods as Cheap as
Anybody wants them; also goods as Good as any-
body wants them; so you see we are prepared to
please all. For several reasons we want your trade:
-- e have the stock to supply you best.
- BECAUSE Our close attention insures you the best service
w- t (3We can save you time and money.
S\One order generally makes a permanent customer.
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l-- We have just received a shipment of
4w-- Without exception, the best on earth.

Our stock of canned Fruits, Vegetables, Meats and Fish is complete.
__ lThe ROYAL SCARLET Brand of Canned Goods is the best in the world. -
__ We have these goods in 38 varieties. Our Marmalades, Jams, Preserves,
N- Pickles, Etc., are guaranteed to give satisfaction. We have Rice Flour,
dop- Tapioca, Farina, and Barley in packages.
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