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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: March 21, 1902
Frequency: weekly[]
weekly[ former aug. 25, 1883-dec. 28, 1888]
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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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Commercial hotel, where 5S persons
were asleep, shortly before midnight,
and blew open the safe. Obtaining
$2,500, the robbers escaped. leaving
the building in flames. The fire spread
rapidly ard was not checked until a
dozen I.uilhins and s,veral residences
with their coietents wt-re destroyed.
The Commercial hotel was totally
destroyed. The flames then spread to
the following buildings: Lyon &
White's drug store. Furne's barber
shop, Hassong's barber shop, Wilson's
millinery store, Brown & Co.'s grain
elevator, A. D. Matthews' grocery
store, Hamilton & Co.'s bank, S. Be-
Jan's dwelling and ice house, Lyon &
White's lumber yard and A. L. Ken-
na's residence.
The tury of the flames was checked
by the firemen at the Kenna residence.
The loss is well covered by insurance.
Several persons had narrow escapes
from death.

DUMB SOLDIER PROVES HERO.

George Howe Saves Young Girl's Life


In Chicago.
Chicago, March 20.--George L.
Howe. the youthful soldier who caused
excitement during the visit of Prince
Henry by trying to pass a letter to
the royal visitor, distinguished him-
self before leaving Chicago for New
York by enacting the role of hero.
The young man was on his way to
the railroad depot and was crossing
the thoroughfare at Van Buren street
and Michigan avenue, when an auto-
mobile approached. A girl was cross-
ing the street and was almost directly
In front of the automobile when young
Howe dragged her to a place of safety.
The act was witnessed by a number
of persons. The youth, who had been
rendered speechless by a bullet wound
sustained in the Philippines. will en-
deavor to join the army in New York.

Mayer's Shortage $100,000.
New York, March 20.-Max C. May-
er. formerly a partner in the banking
firm of Rathbone, Mayer and Rath-
bone. who was arrested at Bayonne,
N. J., charged with embezzlement from
the firm through false entries in the
firm's accounts and who was released
in ball of $5.000, was rearrested and
placed in jail. He was on his way to
the ferry when overtaken by a court
officer. The action was taken on rep-
resentation to Judge Blair that the
case involved at least $100,00. instead
of only $4.t00 mentioned in the spe-
cific charge.


Author of "Ben Bolt" III.
New York. March 20.-Dr. Thomas
Dunn English, author of "Ben Bolt."
is critically ill at his home in Newark,
:%. J.. according to the attending physi-
cian. his condition being serious. D)r.
English was taken ill last Saturday
with indigestion. Gastric trouble de
veloped and since then he has not
been able to take nourishment.

Smothered to Death By Cave-.In.
Steubenville, 0., March 20.-Three
Slavish workingmen met death in the
iron mills here today. John Salvodor
and Mike Uboski were caught in a
cave-in and smothered to death at the
Labelle Iron works. John Cibere had
his head crushed to a pulp between a
buggy of steel and a railroad car at
the National Steel works.
"Golden Rule" Jones Criticailv uij.
Los Angeles, Cal., March 20.-Mayor
Samuel B. Jones, of Toledo, 0., is still
very seriously ill. His friends and
physicians are greatly alarmed over
his condition. He came to Long Beach
and the coast for ret and recreation,
but he has persisted in lecturing and
traveling until now he has become ut.
terly prostrated. N. P. Nelson, the
St. Louis manufacturer, who is here
with him. has canceled all his lecture
dates and preparations are being made
to secure for the "Golden Rule" may-
or that rest add quiet absolutely neces-
sary to his recovery. No date is set
for his return east, all depending on
his condition.

Company Paye for Roads.
San Francisco. March 20.-The BaWl
timore syndicate which purchased the
principal street car lines of this city
has paid over the sum of $18,617,000.
A certified check on the Union Trust
company of this city was given and
$5.00.000 of the purchase price will
be paid to stockholders in New York.
The nal step takes place today, when
the stockholders of the Market street
railway will meet and ratify the action
of the director. The new company
will be known as the United Ralroadg
of San Francloco.
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who could report them In the event
of their being missing or having per-
ilhed in the fire. The police say that
no one except Engineer Scott had been
reported to them as missing.
The British Queen has been beached
off Communipaw, in the upper bay and
search will be made as soon as possi-
ble for the body of the missing engi-
ner. Hussey, the longshoreman who
dIed today, was 47 years old. He
leaves a large family. Superintend-
ent Mason, of the Phenix line, said it
would be Impossible to definitely state
the loss by the fire in less than two
weeks. He was asked if he thought
$1,50,000 would cover it, and he re-
plied that he did not think it would.
The British Queen was worth $800,000
and there was a great quantity of val-
aaole merchandise on that vessel on


HOBOKEN, 1,3

HAS $1,000,000 FIRE

Pier of the Phenix Steamship
Line Destroyed.

MAY HAVE BEEN LOSS OF LIFE

Fire, Which Started In Belgian Wicker
Baskets on Pier, Does Much Damage
Before It Is Subdued-Steamer Brit-
Ish Queen Burned.
New York, March 20.-A swift and
In many details a picturesque fire last
night destroyed the pier of the Phenix
steamship line on the Hoboken, N. J.,
river front, with many bales of cotton
and hay; burned that company's ves-
sel, the British Queen, to a hulk; con-
sumed several lighters and their car-
goes, damaged a dock belonging to the
Barber steamship line and for a time
threatened the property of the Hol-
land-American line and the huge
Campbell stores.
The loss, according to estimates.
will approximate $1,000.000.
The estimated losses in detail are:
Piers, $300,000.
British Queen, $400,000.
Cotton and lighters, $250,000.
Seven lighters are more or less dam.
aged.
The scene of the fire was Seventh
and River streets, Hoboken. Together
they are the docks and basins of the
Phenix line and the Barber line.
The Phenix line pier was a wooden
structure 300 feet long with a frame
shed. On this were many bales of
hay and cotton, which burned rapidly.
How the fire started is not known.
With the barest warning the flames
burst out quickly, licking up the pier
and cotton upon it and driving the
stevedores and sailors to the street.
for the vessel was being unloaded.
having arrived here Friday from An-
twerp. The fire flared up from the
steamer with as great suddenn-ess as
upon the pier and since the vessel was
made fast to the pier and could not
be backed out, lighters and other %a-
ter craft which lay alongside of her.
some of them holding such inflamma-
ble stuff as oil cake, quickly caught
fire, too.
No estimate could be made today
of the loss of life in the fire. and it
was thought the number of dead
would never be known. Patrick Hus-
sey, a longshoreman, who was burn-
ed while trying to escape from the
Phoenix pier, died today from the ef-
fects of injuries. Chief Engineer
Scott, of the steamer British Queen.
'is believed to have lost his life on
that vessel. Third Engineer Vereck.
of the same vessel, says that Scott,
who was suffering from rheumatism.
went to his cabin to lie down a short
time before the fire started. Vereck
was in the engine room when the
alarm was given. He tried to reach
the engineer's quarters to awaken
Scott. but was headed off by the
flames and had to leave the chief en-
gineer to his fate. Dr. Helfer, the
health officer of Hoboken, says that all
the men of the British Queen with the
exception of Scott have been account-
ed for.
Besides Hussey, four longshoremen
were taken to St. Mary's hospital andl
are now under treatment there. All
were more or less burned. Some of
the longshoremen who saved them-
selves by swimming ashore say they
saw 20 or 30 men leap into the river.
Although some of those who jump-
ed into the water were picked up by
tugs. it is feared that a number sank
before they could be reached by the
rescuers. Many of the longshoremen
are single men and have no relatives


Batson Carried to Lake Charles,.
New Orloans, March 20.-Ed Bat-
son, the alleged murderer of the Earl
family at Welsh, La.. was safely land.
ed in jail at Lake Charles, the parish
seat of Calcalsieu. today. The train
carrying Bateon from lAfayette to
Lake Charles reached the latter city at
4:45. There was no demonstration at
the depot and few people were on the
streets. Sheriff Perkins expresses the
opinion that there will be no violence
attempted against the prisoner.

King Edward Dips Snuff.
London. March 20.-King Edward
has set the custom of snuff taking,
which, as a result, promises to be gen.
erally revived. At the Marlborough
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on -Monday. He said the fire spread
in an incredibly short time over the
outer end of the pier. The British
Quen.n was soon ablaze and the men
on board had to leap into the river
to sa'.* their lives.
Tho:-.e seriously hurt in the fire are
John .Tensen. who Jumped from the
burniBi.g pier and struck his head
against a beam. and Peter Carroll,
who was badly injured.
MAY GET LIFE IMPRISONMENT.

Nugent Must Pay Money or Remain
In Jail.
Loui.misville, March 20.-Life Imprls-
olonitet for debt is in prospect for W.
T. Nugent. a meniber of the bankrupt
dry ;:,,,d.- firm un E. II. Nugent & Co..
un ,.1s h 'van$t t1'4l1e $11.400. which
hli i his !riA ii s. ay is not in his
posse' ";. iot.
\VWhn thE liitue. which wa i one of
ti.e o1ld st in th city. failed two years
ago it was char.,'d that before the as-
signment was niin:l- WV. T. Nugent, son
of the proprift '. hi:;:l disposed of a
la'rg.e part of t'1..- sto, ;, to oth',r houses
for $1 l. '". This in<(.n(y did not fig-
ire in ith* i n.-pgnt'ent. hut Niagent as-
Surt, t:;.uat it had been spent in pay-
in'ent ('i lis flathi r's delhts. lie, how-
rvt'r. "(II[ do "der('pts.
At th'o iiil;-anc-e of .crditors the son
was tri-ed in the federal court. Judge
Evans ni led that lie Inmust pay over the
1In.4 y (.- o t1o j iil for contempt of
courtt until he dli-i. Attorneys for Nu-
gtn t gt him o;t on $',(1"0 bond pend-
inig a' a;|al!. 'lThe circuit court of
appeals r- ', ,. : d Jilge Evans' deci-
sion. bu, t the buiprIene court of the
United States sustained him. Nugent
thLa niaiif a it 1-a for a new hearing,
which is now denied.
Til. arlt-guir i t ltir the defendant
was that to iput him in jail means vir-
tWally itupi.-oni A'nt lor debt.

SESSION OF THE HOUSE.

General Debate on River and Harbor

Bill Resumed.
Washington. March 20.-At the
openings of the session of the house
today Mr. Mann. of Illinois, of the com-
mittee on elections No. 1. gave notice
that ininlediattely alter the disposal of
the river and harbor bill he would call
up the contested election cases of
Spears versus Burnett and Moss ver-
sus Rhla.
Th,, general debate upon the river
and harbor bill ihen was resumed and
Mr. Randiill. of Louisiana, a member
of the committee, defended the appro-
priations for the lower Mississippi.

To Relieve Postmaster Coyne.
Washington, March 20.-Soon after
the seniat,4 (41mened today a house
bill for the relief of F. E. Coyne, post-
imaster of Chicago, was favorably re-
port-ed by Mr. Mason. chairman of the
committee on lpostoflices and post
roads, and pa,:sed. The purpose of
the measure is to relieve Postmaster
Coyne from the loss of $74,610, the
value of stamps stolen by burglars on
Oct. 1!,. 19 1l. The senate then re.
sumedl consii ration of the bill for the
protection of the )president. Mr. Spoon.
er. of Wisconsin, addressed the senate
in support of the measure, dealing es-
pecially with the legal and constitu.
tional questions involved.

FIRE SWEEPS LINCOLNTON, N. C.

Depot, Cars and Many Bales of Cotton
Destroyed.
Charlotte. N. C., March 20.-A disas*
trous tire swept over Lincolnton at an
early hour Tuesday morning.
The ('hester and Lenoir railroad de.-
pot, two freight cars of the same road,
four freight cars of the Seaboard Air
Line and about 100 bales of cotton
were destroyed.
In response to a call for help a see.-
tion of the firp department of this city
went to Lincolnton 'nd assisted in pre
venting further damage.


For sale by


POSTOFFICE DRUG STORE


For State Senater.
I hereby announce that I will be a
candidate for jtate senator in this
district before the next democratic
primaries. W. J. CHAMBERS.



1Y SPECIAL REHEST



DR. GOLDSTEIN WILL RETIM NANM.
26, MI WILL RENA I IUTS.

CauBe Courited at th: 0; amIs Nm


Parents of all children whose eyes
are in any way effected should take
them to Dr. Goldstein and have them
examined. Too much care cannot be
taken in this particular, as any neg-
lect of parents may lead to most seri-
ous consequences in after life. If the
eyes of a child need glasses the doctor
can determine it and adjust such
glasses as will be most apt to psemrve
and increase their strength. The Doe-
tor has been giving satisfactiou for
many years, and we recommend him as
worthy the patronage of the public.
Those suffering with their eyes should
call on him and if they don't get re-
lief it will not cost them a cent. He
ean adjust to any eyes and any age.
A good glasses rightly adjusted is a
luxury to a person with failing sight
they can not afford to do without. A
glass imperfectly adjusted is worse
than no glass.
Office hours from 9 a. m. to 6 p. m.

Eggs feor Sale.
White Leghorn Eggs, $1 per donna.
White Game Leghorn Eggs, 91 per
dozen.
Three dozen for $2.60.
MRS. E. L. CANNOT,
Poetoffice box 74. Ocala, Fla.
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My seed velvet beans are for sale at
the Tea Pot Grocery and W. C. Jet-
fords, Ocala. E. L. CAamT.


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farm, good vegetable land, newr sme
large town, (Ocala preferemd)- ahi
house and stable and good fen .f
quired. Mrs. H. C. Northr, ,.
Bend, Fla. $4M.


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Beileview, and this year has added to
hsi pseashiosm, having purchased 22
acres of excellent pine land adjoining.
To tell how popular a man the judge
is it is ouly necessary to may that al-
though a pronounced democrat, he
has been elected mayor of Danbury,
which is a republican city, and now
holds a judicial office. Judge Hop-
kins ls delighted with Florida, and
expects to make annual pilgrimages
here.
Americans are known as a dyspep-
tic people. The extent of this disease
may be interred from the mvltitudeof
so-called medicinee" offered as a
remedy. They are often in a tablet
form and have oW value e~uspt as
palliatives oft i me in efeets of
dyspqpls. he msan who md them
may fl better, but Is rely getting
wors. They do not touch the real
caua of the diiese. Dr. Plese's
,olde Medical Discovery is a meUt-
cine specially prepared to emre die-
easesof t.e stomach. It is notmide
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Aching Joints
In the fingers, tos, arms, and otlh
gas of the body. are joint tht am
h mk d snd swose by rI dikm--
a" acid condition of the blood whisi
mce the muscles also.
8deers dread to move, especially
after esiing or lying long, and their
oadthion is commonly worse in wd
weather.
t bhas bese a oni time alWse we ha1w
without Hood's Sueaparilla. My
- other thinks be could not do without It
Be has been troubled with rhen wtle-
uMl tbe was a boy. and Hood's Sarsapa
riufa t heonly medicine be can take tha
wi enable him to take his pae la tin
Si&d. Mums ADA DorT, SMdns, Iowa.
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arad applicaion can. Take them

Morro: THIS PAPER WILL NOT
FAWN AT THEKFEET OF THE MAN.WHO0
IIAS SUDDENLY AND WITHOUT MERIT
KKACIIRi> THE TOP OF THE HILL; NOR
WII.i IT KICK THE MAN WHO IS GOINO
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..1iC :LU3ZrT EAUIS. Local d ttor.

t.r. .1it 0 (nil, the test liniment
.* r ..,t ,.1J l.yT)dings &Cot
i *. .e ..ntl jury is doing expedi-
tious work and will probably adjourn


ir. Ietinry Dunn, of Citra, was
aM:&ii g k-ala's prominent visitors
ye"ttrdMay.

Crystal Ri ver and Cedar Key oysters
received daily by Otto Meute, at the
city market. 12-13

Mr. S. A. Standley has purchased
the old Richardson stable and lot from
Mr. J. F. Edwards.

Mrs. A. H. Birdsey leaves Saturday
for rainesville to visit her friend,
Mrs. W. W. Harriss, jr.

Miss Erwin, of Citra, accompanied
tiy two of her young lady friends from
New York City, were guests of the
Ocals House yesterday.
Have you a cough? A dose of Bal-
lard's Horehound Syrup will relieve it.
Price 25 and 50c. Anti-Monopoly
Drug Store. m
All the McCormick binders sold by
F. D. PIooser-are right hand. In buy-
ing one be sure you get the right
hand, and you will not be diseapomt-
ed. d2twlt
Mr. J. 8. Pearson, Ocala's expert
golf instructor, left last night for
Chicago. The many. friends of Mr.
Pearson here will be glad to know that
hie will return next season.

Itoblert's Chill Tonic removes the
cause. It cures and prevents chills
and fevers. Pleasant to take. Price
.et.s. No cure no pay. Wm. Ander-
onI. T
Mia Alma Hood, of bester, 8. C.,
who has been spending the winter in
Btrooksville with her sister, Mrs. John
liteddick, will arrive in Ocala tomor-
row to visit her cousins, Misses Lena
and Marie Bullock.

This office enjoyed a very pleasant
*.all yesterday from Judge L. L. Hop-
kint, of Danbury, Conn. Judge Hop-
kins owns a very pretty grove at


The Cadilates sad the lassues.
There are ome very live queemons
at Isme In the present aempagn. The
')oala Banner has been asked to re-
quest the candidates to deolme them-
selves on sald Iues. It propoudas
the following:
Are you for or agalsmt a dispensary?
Are you for or against a threeoetrand
fence law I
Are you for or against the *-elec*-
tion of Senator Mallory?
Are you for or against the re-eleo-
tion of Senator Tallaferro?
Are you for or against the convict
lease system?
The columns of the Ooala Banner
are open to all candidates to give an


Miss Mabel Taylor, of Cincinnati
r Ohio, who has been the guest of Mia
Esther Weathers for the past sel
weeks, was the honoree of a pretty
violet card party yesterday afternoon.
given by Miss Emily Ford at hei
r I beautiful home on Buckalew Heights
I The afternoon was devoted to pro-
gressive whist. The score cards wen
violet colored and the prizes wern
violet satin pin cushions. Each guesl
t was presented with a beautiful boou
quet of violets as a souvenir.
Miss Mary Roes, of Jackson, Tenn.
won the prise for the greatest number
of games, and Miss Violet Harris, the
prize for the greatest number of points.
Delicious refreshments in courses
were served.
The following were Miss Ford'$
guests: Misses Mabelle Taylor, Esther
Weathers, Sue Barco, Mona Hiller,
Hattie Dye, Lena and Marie Bullock,
Marie Ross, Sara and Violet Harris,
Polly Williams, Georgie Smith, Mary
Reardon, Mrs. Scriven, of Savannah;
SMrs. S. R. Birdsey, Jr., Mrs. A. H.
Bijrdsey, and Mrs. L. Watson.

For State Senator.
The announcement of Hon. W. J.
Chambers for state senator for the 20th
senatorial district, will be found else-
where in our columns today.
In his race for the legislature two
years ago, Mr. Chambers received a
most flattering vote, and won out
easily against several competitors of
marked ability. lie won a conspici-
ous place in the debates of the legisla-
ture, and his votes on all matters com-
ing before that body were such that
he is able to defend them before the
people.
Mr. Chambers is an exceedingly
frank and conscientious man, and
will make an unequivocal statement
of his platform in cold type and pro-
poses to make an aggressive and hot
campaign.

A *reot Conventles.
The Florida State Sunday School
convention will be held in the city of
Gainesville, April 8-10. This will be a
great convention, not only because it
represents a great tause, but for the
reason that several of the best known
Sunday school workers of the country
will be present. Mr. Marion Law-
rence, C. D. Meigs, the "Sunday
School Awakener," :and Prof. E. 0.
Excell have already promised to be
present. There will be reduced rates
on all railroads, and Gainesville will
entertain the delegates. For full par-
ticulars write to W. N. Seats, Talla-
hassee, Fla.

A Fox Hunt.
last night Messrs. Don Mclver, Jno.
R. Martin, J. L. Smoak, Will G(aloin,
S. T. Sistruck and J. R. Blackiston
enjoyed a fox hunt near the city lim-
its. As they went through the streets
early in the night, the sound of the
horns and noise of the dogs made de-
lightful music, and many felt like en-
gaging in the sport.


elevation of mankind than city life,"
was pretty spirited at times. Country
life carried the day.

Tue esd y te te monthly
Tuesday afternoon the monthly


I expression of their views to the voters
and is likewise open to vters to p13
candidates with questions.
No man who is a candidate for pub
lie office should hesitate to tell how he
stands on all public questions, and
the voter should not hesitate to find
out how he stands, and the newspaper
is a good vehicle for the purpose.
Let us have the political discussion
in cold type so there can be no hedg-
ing nor dodging.

B*ellowlew la Oert
Nearly the entire town of Belle-
view was in Ocala yesterday as wit-
nesses before the circuit court in the
case entitled, The Town of Belleview
vs. William CoggswelL
It seems that this town of Belleview
has caught the imperialistic spirit
now so much in evidence in Wash-
ington City, and wanted to expand Its
territorial limits and In its efforts to
do so threw the mantle of its muni-
cipality over the property owned by
Mr. William Coggswell and levied an
I assessment against him for the pur-
pose of re-impursing the municipality
and its offers for the protection af-
forded the said Mr. Coggswell. As
the defendant had owned this pro-
perty for the past eighteen years and
had never been so samessed before, be
put in a demurrer and refused to pay
for the protection which he seemed
not to appreciate. So as a finale the
whole matter was transferred to the
circuit court for settlement, and yester-
terday the mayor, marshal, aldermen
and nearly the entire body of citizens
of Belleview were before the court as
witnesses for or against the plaintiff.
Judge R. Moeonathy and Hon. H.
L. Andermn represented the defend-
ant and Mr. Nell.M. Allred the town
of Belleview.
The ease had not been finished up
to the adjournment of the court yes-
terday, and will perhaps consume all
of this morning's session.

A Severe oMd for Three Meoths.
The following letter from J. A.
Nusbaim, of Bateeville, Ind., tells its
own story: "I suffered for three
months with a severe cold. A drug-
gist prepared me some medicine, and
a physician prescribed for me, yet I
did not improve. I then tried Foley's
Honey and Tar, and eight doses cured
me." Refuse substitutes. Sold by
Anti-Monopoly Drug Store. m
Spring Park Items.
Mr. June Luffman is shipping let-
tuce to New York and Philadelphia.
He has received fair returns for his
first shipment.
Mrs. Ira Uustine and Mrs. W. J.
Mathews left yesterday for Winches-
ter, N. H., their native home.
Corn planting and gardening is the
order of the day at and around Spring
Park at present.
The Fortnightly Club met last night
at P. J. Reeves, with J. W. Pratt in
the chair. Music and singing by Mr.
and Mrs. P. J. Reeves and Mrs. Struck,
making conundrums, reading by the
members, and the debate, viz: that
"Country life is more condumive to the


William L. Fletcher, of this city. She
died of malarial fever.
Much pain and uneasiness is caused
by piles, sparing neither age nor sex.


PROTECT TC'!R ETEJ


Dr. Ooldstein, the Optic Specialist. I. -ui llk k>.
Will be at the Ocala Iit 1ars*h vith.


And N1 Willa"'iidl
Having h~d ma1Y ye ir- '-* i
with a large practice, wet j.
to Ft heve thOse pviouAe?4 ~
ailment of the eves.'n1t 1 'sI
imperfect tight; we wi I i
satisfatehory eX:tmiIi,:tt i. II -A '.
Wilithgwiasts.
In thle rapid p.'i*~ -
scientific jnvelltiott fuir 1L.
fifteen years, nmuclih bi-
dlscover the retil cain-t
the 'isllai tower iii t 1-1,11i
0141, and iii uh1, Lt-t~u i *I
jieaI.s Ei.4V .*1toe rumI
feet'. of tlii eve, 11v il-i -

the vis~ion I t~ ill I,..,
piairedl, titli-i by -Loy -*i ti

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adjuistedtlt, the v. i'.: I
perfect its inlyw~it I,, i
and prct~er vei.
In all (cases4fi ml ... f

spectacle iwill '-'iv--
tired, weak, 'anilfuil, 1dim a;.-
redl, they otlt-r a :-tr. :# l
and retrt'sbiieiit. In Q
remove thevatiU-e ifit. i
the eye will h:&vt- tilt. 41 vi
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Many Jpersons "u,4vgirlk-1'
refractive fit~, r t4e--)-n,
unifying power, lI~I
better,;or to evonoIiEpIII/t I-t?
not hold(1tho tyI it, 1 i'& :%
theru inl so %bort a ii 'aa,
tirely a rnii~taikv, a.ilt,~

hardening ir tit.m 4'.\ -
andl You Ihave 1T) 1 11.11
stronger letj.w.s ill 1:k,
and losetht-~'"'*
tion, or lose t lit-3E,I
eves to difth'rent l-i
fluently yotU %%ill ht'-e t
for near and li-~,
be av'oidled Ilv i-il'v
proj)per focal jE~e

The ern srs elf t I j *~
eye are daily t-ilL-
alice. awlIat-'1.


14 .


ML .AlgIERS STATES 1IS POSITION

To the Voters of the 20th Senatorial
District.
One of the chief reasons that I have
for being a candidate for state senator
from this district is in order to vin-
dicate the position I took as a imetm-
mer of the legislature upon the ques-
tion of the leasing of state convicts.
I am squarely on record as having
done everything in my power to do
away with the present convict lease
system and I announced that I would
make it an issue if I was a candidate
for re-election for any legislative
office, and I now declare myself as
being opposed to the system of leasing
convicts. This I consider the question
of the most importance to the people
of this district.
The next question which will be of
importance to the people of this dis-
trict is the dispensary question. I
have given this matter serious con.
sideration and thought since the last
meeting of the legislature, and I am
satisfied that the majority of the peo-
pie of this district and of the state of
Florida are opposed to the dispensary
system, and if elected I will vote
against the same, in the belief that
at the prest time it is not to the in.
terest of the people that such a system
be established. I believe that it is a
question which should be freely and
frankly discussed by the people so
that their representatives in the next
legislature will know their views and
that they will either be selected or
rejected upon that issue.
I cannot think of any other issues
of such paramount importance as
these, and while it may be that I may
loose votes by my frankness in now
declaring myself, I do not wish to be
in the attitude of carrying water on
both shoulders, and would prefer
defeat as an honest man expressing
my honest sentiments to election
through deceit or concealment.
Respectfully,
W. J. ('1AnM Eus.
La Grippe Quickly Cured.
"In the winter of 1898 and 1S !
was taken down with a severe attack
of what is called la grippe," says F.
L. Hewett, a prominent druggist of
Winfield, Ill. "The only medicine I
used was two bottles of Chamberlain's
Cough Remedy. It broke up the cold
and stopped the coughing like magie,
and I have never since been troubled
with grippe." Chamberlain's Cough
Remedy can always be depended upon
to break up a severe cold and ward off
any threatened attact of pneumonia.
It is pleasant to take, too, which
makes it most desirable and one of the
most popular preparations in use for
these ailments. For sale by Anti-
Monopoly Drug Store. m
Death at Felloia.
Mrs. A. B. Kibler died at Felicia
last Tueeday. Her remains were taken
to Anthony yesterday and were there
interred in the family burial grounds.
Mrs. Kibler was a daughter of Mr.
and Mrs. Jack Bassett of Anthony,
and a grand daughter of the late C('apt.


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Miss Louella Gary left yesterday af-
ternoon for Orange Lake to join the
house party being given by Mrs.
Anna Bond Hopkins, complimentary
to her guests, Mr. and Miss Harper,
of Rome, (-a. This afternoon Miss
Mary Reardon and Messrs. W. R.
Van Brunt and W. T. Gary will go up
to the lake to join the party.

Messrs. J. Buttgenbach & Company
shipped during the month of January
from the port of Fernandina, 6,915
tons of Phosphate. The Dunnellon
Company, 3,100 tons, and J. Carstens,
3,000 tons.
Mr. William P. McKinney, of
Parkerburg, W. Va., and an old sub
scriber to this paper, is visiting in
Ocala. Mr. McKinney owns property
at Parkersburg in this county.

Messrs. Ford & Hiller have a page
advertisement in the American Fer-


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will be a l,-i *rila ti.,e .
million, Fridlay -\. \ \
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expected that it \ ii
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hold this (Gerniian tti
much to the re-grnt of :,l *
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mant given daring th. I- -.
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F'lridti has aeo.irding to census sta-
ti-tic's, 1:.1,416 invested in grist mills,
the profit of which are valued at $302,
7.7 per annum.
Robert's Chill Tonii. cures. It re-
-iores health and appetite. Try it.
,.-. Your money back if it fails.
Win. Anderon. t
Mrs. J. R. Moorehead and children
and Aliss Iouise Hooper left Satur-
day for Lake Wier, where they will
spend some time.

Mrm. J. B. Hiers, or Fernandinsa. is
the quest of her mother, Mrs. S. E.
Waterman. Mr. Heirs, who accom-
panied her to (Ocala returned home
Tuesd

Foley's Kidney ( i
kidneys and bladder I
nothing injurious.
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celebrated St. Patrick's Day by pre-
.senting his friends with an artificial
sprig of the emblent of old Ireland-
the shamrock.
Mr. A. S. Anderson, manager of the
Butt gen bach Phosphate comiliany,
andl whos headquarters are at Holder,
I was a prominent vi-itor at the Oeala
House Saturday.
To allay pails, subdue inlfaiiinmationi
liea foul sore- and ulters, the rnost
satisfactory rt-ult,- are obtained iby
Ilusing Ballard's Snow Liniment.
'i-'ie, S and 40.i.. Anti-Mlonopoly
Drug Store'. in
We want hiundred- ,of agents evtr-r-
where. Slaryanid txpensi( toh lu-t-
lr- If ryou Want ti go lO oi the road
write us at once. Southern 'n Contrat-


inli 4 *muilpany, Lake ( ity, Fl .
M1r. Melvin Eichelbierger,of lRutland,
s.uniter county, was ainl igI Orala'-
vi-itor Saturday. Mr. Eihelberger
has for a long time been eligaged in
the ,range industry. He reliorts the
groves in Sunmter, and *specially those
on tile Withlaec whee river and Pana-
sooffkee lake, as in a most flourishing
condition.
Tydings & Co. have just received a
fine supply of seeds for spring plant-
ing, among them melon, tomato,
cucumber, beans, peas, etc. These
seed bear us in our past reputation for
handling good fresh stock. t
Mr. P. F. Saxon, of New York City,
who has been spending several weeks
at his beautiful orange grove on Lake
Weir was up Saturday making pur-
chases. He will not return to New
York for some time, and is delighted
with his visit to.Florida this winter.


same, especially to section 4!, which
was recently published in these cl-
umnns.
Judge Bullock then read tlit t;t li:
that was administered to the jurors,
and dwelt at some length oni (.chii
separate paragraph. He saitdl Ihiat
very frequently men holding iii!l;r~i-
tial pol-itions escaped puni-htr:-t:r.
while the low, humble, needy :V i i
friendless were unjustly conviv t. .
Hesaid that under our law avui uirl *r
theoath administered to the gr t;
jury this should not be. That ',i *
is I'lind t4) all tiese thing; and i' i -
tended to give the same priote 'tiI ii *t,
one as to another, and th:it io n :11
liou i lie indlicted thr igh envy, li:.t
or malice, or escape pulnii-li:niii!
through love, favor or all cti>i. ir
any improper influence what.-v.r.
He cautioned, however, the r:!iil
jury against bringing in inlictin-ii'-
unless the members were sat;-tle',
that there was sufficient evidehn,,c !o,
convict the person before a p-tit
jury. He said although the jury .naty
be morally conscious of the guilt of a
party, it were best not to bring in .an
indictment unless the evidence wa-.
sufflcient for conviction, becau-e bly
so doing it would be burdensoiie to
the tax payers,and woul1I result in tlie
accomplishment of no g)od purpo-e.
That it were better that ninety-inu.
guilty men s escape than that one
innocent man should kuf'er pt n-li
ment.
The grand jury then retired atnd the
civil docket was then sounded and is
as follows: T. C. T. Taliaferro vs. A.
Tatirant A*t a


Ui ii ithe ;i,' r'1;11n and Mr. ttRobinson
wiO Il, :i, -ij i '"Tr. W illiams, the
-.,ni.I !p;- Mr. T, B. Bright, of
i',ri ,, !:.L., won the third prize.
In ti- l ti'(-ernoon the ladles'
i ; 4. 1 "i i', cit t was played.
Si-, E'tiily Stot shury won the cup
\\ il a -itcore of 56. Miss Louise
i :iii'y won thesecond prize, score
' 1 .t l Miss Minnie ( amsby, the
, ,'lri.-', -core I):).
Brain-Food Nonsense.
I ,*;h)r ri Hcihilous food fad has been
i' r;i.1 i'y tli1 mnost competent au-
tli They have dispelled the
-i!iv i,:iiotht one kind of food is
Ei;#-. i id fi irtiin, another for muscles,
;;..i -'i: iiao'.tiher for bones. A cor-
reit eit i'!nI iiot only nourish a pir-
I t ii;'7 1 11t1 ofL the 1 body, but it will
--':iin evi'ry other part. Yet, how-
-."r' L cyito yroir food may be, its uutri-
ini !!t i dl'stioycd by indigestion or
y-l,, I--ia. You must prepare for
tl.ir :ll; -tiraune or prevent their
.,,A'ini oy taking regular doses of
<;;n~n*'- Auigust Flower, the favorite
ilit-di ine of the healthy millions. A
ftw doses aids digestion, stimulates
tlie Iivr to healthy action, puritles the
ilooi,,, anl makes you feel buoyant
an-l vigorous. You can get G. G.
*.reen's reliable remedies at Anti-
Molopoly Drug Store. dwl
A Fine Pecan.
I .,end you by mail a specimen of
what O(ala. Marion County, and
Florida can do in the pecan business.
This is not a picked uut, but isofaver.
age size. -Thos. R. Gary, Ocala ,Fla.
Thel unt rnisauiirA 1 7- InA k..l


THE CIRCUIT COURT IN SESSION. W. B leson v4. R. J. Knight.
I C. B. Rogers & Co., vs. D. H. Dun
and son.
Grand Jurors Drawn and the Judge t; o. Giles v. Jas. W. Sanders.
Delivers an Impressive Charge. WV. K. Z _,wadski vs. Candis P. Me-
The spring term of the Circuit (irla'l admx.
Court for 1902 began promptly Tus- WV. P. Fultt,,t, as receiver, vs. Fred-
day at 10 o'clock in the forenoon. I'*ri'k .ie-tering, et al.
Judge Bullock on the bench alit :a, i l'ii urt ntiounced that no criiti-
n:al <"tsts wotdc he tried this week,
the court officials and members of the* al l(It tWul be tried this weeko
bar at their proper places. The thirt a a a ii ses would be
p:.rvm!ip'rly ilispi-w.d of as they are
jurors summoned from various purlryi of as they are
of the county responded to t liir
T f 16l.tvi n i; lie t ririminaldocket:
i",r;.|l v. (V '1 U, 0 Vels.
Mr. R. B. Erwin having befen. .ui- ,
moned under the name of Irviifne .a~
excused. i'Ichi ,i .\Alder-
Under the law the thirty namnt- iite
written on small slips of atip eighteen anames are drawn tlterefri'mi; .
in open court by the judge, amiil ., ihard
Ie, ,- i hard-
naines of said eighteen persons con,.-
stitute the grand jury. This provision ..om.
of the law was observed and the l ,1 i Ut Jons.
lowing names drawn from the i,,ix: >riI vs. Niolas P
M. L. Payne, C. A. Liddmon, t'. ,
Baskin, W. P. Williamson, .M. '. 1 --
Frink, J. W. Reynolds, W. E. Nix. ; 5v Two From Death.
Frank Lytle, J. D. Price, J. O. Dillitr, l 4.' i! : ughIter hadl ati almost
B. L. Lewis, J. B. ;(riner, J. L. Parr :- f o:.: u. ; ;io, olg cough and
more, C. F. Hayes, S. M. Niila,-k, IF. It,'. l.i i-, rit.- Mrs. W. K. Havi-
A. Smith, Burrel Redding and W. W. hLli, o Ar.nki;k, N. Y., but when
Geiger. ir rn .i, diis' f:,iled, we saved her
Under our statute lIw the grand lif w ilth )r. Klun' New Discovery.
jury retires to a private room and s '" "'e-. .v!, ilad onisuniption in an
\, Ii r','-i "; ..:.i-, lti 6 used this wonder-
lects its own foreman. This form of f iii m.,i :.i ., d iay si e is per-
the law was observed and Hon. M. i. : fl.,. .w l sl rtte throat and
Payne, of Fairfield, was made for- lu i.;-,;...- t-ild to Dr. King's New
man, which, considering the namiis ,,f Di ,,vi ly i-, to nii other mindicine on
those composing the grand jury nlV tiith. Ifi':-llill. f-r oughs andcolds.
well be considered an honor. 1 "11 lbottlts gauranteed by
When the jury returned to the it iDrug ore. Trial bot-
room and announced the sele"io(imi of
a foreman, Judge Bullock thi d.. The Golf Tournament.
livered most impressively his, hlr.p. .c:'. tourp i etllIuent, notice of
He dwelt at some length on the li ii-. n m 1 ade in these col.
ces into which the grand jury i r 111 -. i --v *i":1 Frillay.
quired to make very careful iiv-. '" l- orning, the gentlemen's
gation. The court real at -,nl -i t.a 11 atoI te'm teook place. They
length all the law relating Iis 1 l* t- jie around the links-eigh
subject. He next took up th. -jlli* j.t t n.iih lde -% ith tlthe result that Mr.
of health, which the statute lilk. i-t .e.,rh. K. Hiloin-on and Mr. David 8.
his duty to call spevifically to ilh *:t- \'0lliW i-r., Itie 1 for the cup. Mr.
tension of grand juries. He i-.tI n lii hI tIli 40'S *-. as 46-48 and Mr.
various sections of the law irelatiI,. !o wi!, 'tin.' ,-4. They played off the
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3~0 bushels choice peanuts.
J. R. C. DUNx. 2-7tf


A Big Oala lndestry.
A day or two ago the editor of this
paper took occasion to vhilt the north-
ern limits of Ocala, and iae a note
of the various industries in uee eful
operation in that portion of the city.
Tuesday, in company with CoL
L. P. Miller, he visited the manu-
facturing establishment of Oeorpgel
Giles & Company, which is located
near the Ocala Steam Laundry and
the Electric Light Plant, and was
amazed at the business carried on by
this unpretentious firm. From a in-
gle cotton gin, only a few seasons ago,
it has constantly enlarged until now
it numbers seven.
It has also a machine for cleaning
moss and another machine, which Is
said to be the only one in Florida, for
hulling the velvet bean. This latter
machine is now kept constantly busy.
It hulls the beans very rapidly and
very successfully.
Like the cotton seed, every portion
of the velvet bean is destined to be
made valuable. The bull is said to be
as valuable as the bean and the meal
made from the same, and the bean and
the hull are used, or can be used, both
as a feed and a fertilizer.
Yesterday this factory was kept busy
all day long by different bean growers
coming in, and all anxious to have
their beans hulled at once, and the
proprietor of this establishment told
us that this was an every day oopor*
rence. That he has more work than
he can possibly do.
There is a grist-mill attachment and
it was busy also.
The factory has two large engines
and boilers and both are kept busy
from early morning until late at night.
A casual examination of this con-
cern showed that it did a business laet
year of more than W0,000 and this
year expects to largely exceed $100,000.
This is the beginning of an Industry
that will add largely to the wealth
and development of Ocala as a trade
centre.
Ocala, in her struggle for commer-
cial supremacy, is making commend-
able headway.
Raw or InSamed Lings
Yield rapidly to the wonderful cura-
tive and healing qualities of Foley's
Honey and Tar. It prevents pneumo-
nia and consumption from a hard
cold settled on the lungs. Hold by
Anti-Monopoly Drug tore. m

Wasted.
Fifty loads fertilizer from the cow
lot.


T. W. LUTZ,


OCALA


We take this oppertm-ty d- .
nouneing to the AbrN of t.1 b d W
adjoinnlog eountm, that Ite sr le-
tention to add to em raM-o NOe
mana uetarig blam, la Om l8.a
mode-r, wel1qp e B M tdft g
Dspa tsmt to met tme dems-A of
ths new et-apsFw we Im4v Io
cordial mpport whMr it rMM, we W
be laiab.market a"11Wopsut 4W1W
next emowsn to buy hop pyerg
at market va .Im

SImoN BWJAMIN. mMOW.
OcalaFla.. March let, 190M. m


Our Stock of

flen's and Boys' Clothing
SBing Scrficed


So as to make room for the New Spring and
Now is your chance to buy.


One Country i---p bI
plete Prese tapel- dstwy
table ditribution, s z46
coat 81800.
One Geo. PP GooaFm Jobb@
size 9x 18, two Mtos o -mo -l
four chases thgow4ff a
fixtures.
One Gaily Univeal J
size s 1- X 31 14., two
lers, fitted with fonattataMi
fixtures and throw-aof.
A large quantity of job type,
chases, cases, ae stands, e.
All the above are now in --
in this office. They will be uold *
cheap for cash in order to make
room for new material.
Address,
TOT OCALA BA NN=,
Ocala, la.


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WHITE OAK, ASI ANM

HICKORY WATIED.




Til fm bbibi.

S kd, are
here for the purpose of buing.
and all persons who have for
sale any of the above-named
timbers, before disposing of the
same, will do well to confer
wilh tbolA ag a6e,


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10.00 Men's Sui ts ........------...... T.00
8.00 Men's uitsB ..-..---- .........-. 00
5.00 Men's Pants -..--.-..-..--.. 3.t0
4.00 Men's Pants...................... .9O

2.00 Men's Pants --................... 1.2
5.00 Boys' uits.. ..........-..... .00
3.00 Boys' Sits..........-......-...... .
2.00 Boys' Buits ...................... .-
Come while the stock lasts as it cam ot last at
prices. Our Ery and Dress Goods will also be oat
prices for the next few days. Don't throw away ye w M y
uying these goods elsewhere.

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THE OCALA BANNER.


flAU RAM mwbe.


MowO: THE BANNER, BELIEVING
TROBE AT THE TOP WELL ABLE TO
TAKE CARE OF THEMBELVE, HAS
TAKEN ITS STAND IN THE BABBI-
CADES WITH THE COMMON PEOPLE,
A"D ITS FIGHT WILL BE MADE FOR
Ta ErrERXMENT OF THOSE AT THE
. B ox.

Qnsul General Hamilton King
Bwsi there are grtat possibilities in
Sian for A.aa>-riLan trade.

In U;i k a ,,oriu-r (on eggs, Armour
& (Co upaiy and .S- ift & Company, in
Fe *r u i, 11 .4i- a profit of nearly
. -',:- p ,,if


A. .. y :.. tlit, Anu,-rican mule
*t- : *.. It B er..'s a'ly. He stam-
S.1.--. .*vry time he is called upon.-
Atlant t Jiurnal.
'Th Iem,ie of this country do not
,s -en dilspo (i of the navy. They Just remember
Long, and willingly accept any change
without murmuriog.-Atlanta Jour-
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Dr. Clark, who is now in Sweden
reports a Christian Endeavor society
at Malmberjet, fifty-five miles north
of the Artic Circle, where fora fort-
night in December and January they
have to read the constitution with a
Standard Oil lamp at midday.
J Pierpont Morgan, it is said, will
donate $2,0,(N,000 to the University of
the South at Suwanee, Tenn. Now if
we of west Florida could induce Mr.
Morgan to come to this section and help
to develop the western end of the pe-
ninsular, as Mr. Flagler has the east-
ern end, we would have an earthly
paradise, indeed.-Pensacola News.
On February 17th, Great Britain, as
shown by the report of her secretary
of war, had shipped to South Africa
44.3,qL3S horses, 77,101 of these animals
were purchased in the United States
Since the capture of General Lord
Metheun, additional horses and mules
are being shipped there. The number
now has in all probability reached
a half million.

Mr. Frank Walpole has severed 'his
editorial connection with the Palmet-
to News and assumed control of the
Tampa Herald. He has been succeed-
ed on the Palmetto News by Mr. D.
It. Barker, formerly of the Jackeonville
Daily News, but more recently of the
Pensacola Daily Press. As soon as
lynotype machines can be secured
very marked improvements will be
made on the Tampa Herald and it will
dispense some very hot politics. |


Eight pounds of love ad AIuhter, of
smiles and sunshitae or-? Many a mother
can fill up the blank ot of her ehperhnce
of puny, wailing children, whose ce
btoaghtI MO=
neos to the bowe.
Women who have
used Dr. Pierce'
tion ow a Pee- .al
piepmast kaow
the &M;enbe-
hesa y motr-I
hood, eada mother.
hood of mrmur-
Aad they kw
!Oth thatppy,
eA/tby mothers
have happyhbethy
eblaes meePevr-
Ito It Pu eti-
stycagtb~eas the



vitallty q-
ables her to aus ml di a heilky
The "Favorite P!e omW sleas tm
y= othr mrc-Pai.


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W. J. BRYAN
On
The Mississippi Resolution.
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assist them in voting down issues cal-
culated to disturb th" national peace,
and impair publi,- c(nti tiene, andi
maintain at whatever vo-t the para-
mount supremacy of thi federal flag,
and point with pride to the dauintless
valorofthe southern soldiery in the
war with Spain.
Under the beneficent auspices of this
fraternal policy, the s mth will enjoy
every possible advantage, and carve
out of the future a career of social,
material and intellectual splendor
mat not even an imaginary limit can
be assigned where they will come to a
standstill.
Compromise and eonet.',-ion being
the conservative principle in our sys-
tem of populargovernment, it should
be given a political turn and applied
to the exigencies of our national party
organization, as the, means of har-
mony and unity, to the end that our
grand old party may lpre-ent a united
front in the next national election.
Upon these lines we invite the co.
operation of conservative, patriotic
men of all sections, that sectional es-
trangements may le n,, more, and
that the talent, res ,ure-' and genius
of the American people may be ap.
plied unhindreed and unfettered to
the practical solution of social and
economic problems, and to the mitiga-
tion of the conditions (f kindred people
not yet free.
The purpose of the resolution was
to place the Mississippi democracy on
the side of the reorgauizers and to de-
clare against the Kana.s ( ity plat-
form. Those who supported the reso-
lution made the very (common mis-
take of assuming that tli.h democrats
who betrayed the party can again se-
cure the confidence of the democratic
voters without repentance or reforma-
tion. Like all who adopt the "any-
thing-to-win" policy they ignore the
honest devotion to principle that actu-
ates the rank and file of the party-a
devotion that results in the repudiation
of leaders--even congressmen, sena-
tors and presidents who attempt to put
the party on the auction block and sell
It to the highest bidder. As long as the
reorganizing democrats are headed
toward republican policies even a
Mississippi legislature will find it im-
possible to deliver the democratic
voters into the keeping of those re-
organizers.
There runs through the resolution the
Mammon-worshipping spirit that to-
lay dominates the republican party
ad those democrats who have in re-


As it is the aim of
The Commoner to
keep its readers in-
formed upon polite i-
cal matters of na-
tional import:inc, it
hasteus to r (-Iport the
very significant resolitin,: adopted lby
the Mississippi legislature. It wads in-
troduced by Hou. \V. S. McAllister
and reads as follows:
Whereas, In the la-t two pretsiden-i
tialcampaigns the great st:ults of the
north and east were solidified against
the democratic candidates. which
caused their overwhelming defeat.
In the section ea-t of thii Mitisfippi
and north of the Ohio and 'otomuac
rivers, there is presented a honiugene-
ous population, led and inar-.halled by
the highest types of Aimerican enter-
priseand sagacity; and tlhe io-!t amaz-
ing aggregation of wealth and intelli-
gence that has occurred in the whole
history of man.
This section has unt old millions of
idle capital for industrial investment
and expansion, while in thet southernn
states boundless re-oures :are being
neglected for the want of ready capital
for their development and it ilization.
And,Whereas,In the advanced state
of society political alliancts should
have regard for commercial relations.
social improvement and industrial
growth, but aside from thi practical
business view of the situation we have
not forgotten, nor will we ever forgot,
the devotion of the glorious democrats
of the north and east tolour -ection in
her hours of adversity; and in the
years to come we stand ready to
march with them in the procession of
progress, and in time of national peril


the people.


Almost identically along the lines,
as suggested by Professor Varn of
this city, Governor Montague says
that but few of the many who ever
enter public schools make their living
other than by the use of their hands
and eyes. Why not, therefore, edu-
cate those faculties? He says that
experience affords indisputable proof
of the practical and ethical value of
this form of education.
So the necessity for practical educa-
tion is taking hold of the public
through of the south, and if a philan-
thropist wants to be a practical bene-
factor to his generation and his time,
he can become so by giving gifts for
the establishment of schools along
these lines.
One dollar given for the establish-
ment of industrial training schools
will accomplish more good than a
hundred thousand dollars for the es-
tablishment of public libraries and
colleges of original research.
Political Straws.
Tom Sawyer insists that Governor
Bloxham will be a candidate for
United States senator.
The West Palm Beach Tropical Sun
insists that Mr. Flagler will be a can-
didate.
Several newspapers in different
parts of the state are positive that
Governor Jennings will throw a lance
at the proper moment.
So it is not likely that the office will
go begging.


A Doubtful Compliment.
The two Ocala dailies, the Star and the Ban-
ner. are berating each other about their tele-
graph news service. But each has a good new s
and a first class editorial service; therefore.
there is no reason for a quarrel.-Punta Gorda
Herald.
The Star does not pretend to write
editorials and has its first offense to
commit in that direction. The P. CG.
H. ought to put on its goggles.
Since President Roosevelt succeeded
to the presidential office, Secretary
Smith, Secretary Gage and Secretary
Long have handed in their resigna-
tions, and it is reported that other
hangs will be made.
It is a long time after the ending of
the Cival War to begin afresh section.


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DR THATCHER'S LIVER AN i.Cfi SYRU
Your Druggist sells it. 23 *a -'


OCALA, -


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As before stated, I have on hand a
carload of one and( two-horse mowers,
rakes, sickle grinders and repair.
parts, and shall haa'e in the next ten
days a car load of reapers, binders,
shredders and every part pertaining
to make harvesting a success.
Remember that the McCormick
binder is the only right hand machine
an the market, and should you buy
any other, you are sure to be disap-
pointed.
We defy and challenge the world to
meet us in the harvest field. There
s the place to show what your ma-
hbines are. Call and see me and I
will give you points that will interest
you, and save you money. Every
machine sold will be put up and
tested before it is turned over to you.


F. D. POOSER, Agent.


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cants begging favors from corporate
wealth and offering to enlist under the
flag that represents the most money.
The supporters of the McAllister res-
olution do not ask what the eastern
democrats stand for; they are, to all
appearances, indifferent as to issues.
No matter whether the eastern demo-
crats favor gold or silver or paper, no
matter whether they favor trust su-
premacy or the annihilation of trusts,
no matter whether they favor tariff
reform or a high tariff, no matter
whether they favor self-government
or imperialism-according to the reso-
Intiou it matters not what the eastern
democrats favor or oppose, the Mis-
sissippi democrats are to take them for
better or for worse and, so far as the
supporters of the resolution can bind
them, they agree to "love, honor and
obey" the eastern spouse.
MIr. McAllister will never be accused
of plagiarizing from the utterances of
Jellerson or Jackson, but he will faid
many republican speeches so like his !
resolution in sentiment that with a i


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As Sweet as a Spring Flower. i
Frank Harris, of the Ocala Banner,
who is now very justly termed the
"leading editor" of the state, will oon IC
add another plume to his cap by en-,
joying the title of veteran editor as
well. The writer well rent rubn rs
when Frank started the Btinu.r in
1866, and through his ability as a wri-
ter and general manager, the Banner r
has proved a success all along thtse Aceoun
thirty-six years of its existence, until '
it has reached the zenith of its glory-
it has no peer. long may the Bana.
ner continue to wave, and its noble )
founder live, to enjoy its sujprelnacy
over all coUmpetitor'..-'Cedar Key
Hustler.
The teachers' association that imet


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WEST SIDE OF PUBLIC SQUARE OCALA. FLOITt


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From recent Impl, r :.,
Dash Princcs, Kii.: ,
Wonder.

OCALA


at Ocala some time ago 'iad Samn Jones
over to their meeting to add z. st to
the occasion but Saml did
not talk like the a.-so< nation \v.i t.
him to. Sam, it appears, wa'a : free
lance, and while he convulsed the
teachers, by his humorous lecture,
holding up to ridicule the foibles of
the day and illustrating his theme by
side-splittitg anecdotes, but Sam, a-
before stated, was a free lan,.,, and he
held up to ridicule some of the error-*
of the public school system. Thle as-
sociation very naturally thought that
Sam Jones had taken advantage of
their hospitality and that lie should,
as their drawing card, have not ex-
pressed his opinion or the public
school system. Prof. MecBeath of the
Florida Teacher's Exponent, roa,.t
Sam for his utterances at Ocala, and
says that at the next Florida Teach-
ers' blowout, the association will see
that Sam is conspicuouI by his ab-
sence.-Pensaeola Press.

For the month of February 13,o.t5
tons of high grade phosphate rock
was shipped from the port of Savatn-
nah.
Danger of Golds and La Grippe.
The greatest danger from colds and
la grippe is their resulting in plneumo-
monia. If reasonable care is u?,ed,
however, and ('hamberlin's( Cough
Remedy taken, all danger will be
avoided. Among tens of thousands
who have used this remedy for these
diseases, we have yet to learn of a
single case having resulted in pneu-
monia, which shows conclusively that
it is a preventative against that dan-
gerous malady. It will cure a cold or
or an attack of la grippe in less time
than any other treatment. It is
pleasant and safe to take. For sale by
Anti Monopoly Drug Store. m

TH E
WCORMICK HARVESTING MACHINE
.. COMPANY .

F. D. POOSER, Agent,


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few verbal changes he can quote them
in support of his doctrine.
What is to be done? The doctrine
presented in the resolution has never
been submitted to the democrats of
Mississippi; they have never author-
ized their legislators to make such an
announcement. It is purely the in-
dividual opinion of those who voted
for the resolution. The agents acted
beyond the scope of their authority
and it remains for the principal-the
people-to indorse or repudiate the
act of the agent.
Practical Education Needed in the
South.
Mr. Andrew J. Montague, governor
of Virginia, in his first annual mes-
sage to the legislature of that state,
say that education for speculative
thinkers and professors will not save


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THE O(ALA BANNER, MARCH fl. 1902.


O0 YOU GET UP


WITH A LAME BACK?

gto"y Trna Zakes Ye isueralt.
Almost everybody who reads the news-
WI"" us aw to know of the wonderful
cures made by Dr.
i Kilmer's Swamp-Root
the great kidney, liver
Sand bladder remedy.
I Is thegreat me.
Scale triumph of the nine-
teenth century; dis-
:: covered after years of
i.. scientific research by
Dr. Kilmer. the eml-
Sient kidne- and blad-
der specialist, and is
wonderfully successful in promptly curing
Iarne back. kidney. bladder, uric acid trou-
bles and Ebrght's Disease,. which ia the worst
form of kidney trouble.
Dr. Kilmer's Swamp-Root Is not reo.
omnmendedfor everything but if you have kid-
ney. liver or bladder trouble it will be found
~l the remedy you need. I thas been tested
in so many ways, in hospital work. in private
practice. among the helpless too poor to pur-
chase relief and has proved so successful in
every case that a special arrangement has
been made by wh-ch all readers of this paper
wtj have not already tried it. may have a
unmple bottle sent free by mail. also a book
eathan more about Swamp-Root and how to
fend out d you have kidney or bladder trouble.
When writing mren!.cn reading this generous
Hffer #n this paper and
Knd ycur address to
Mr. Ki Imer & Co..F g
bamton. N. Y. The
u, ar fitv cent ard nOwa.nm r n .
ter sizes are *. :d by all good druggists.

FAIUFIELI


Imterestivig Cemmencement ECaercoses
Witmesseld by a Large Number of
Patrons and Friends.
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lhe. !a-t 4d ~eta~~3t., x i..ies focr
tit ie-r. it-I'1 'cmi iheir- 1'tV tV Siiistri

Tlt-, ee extlis*--c~rt'hit-ldill ilt,' 3itw
*hur.ia 'i-inltliui. wit'l tooer the psait
Stlt' ua.i..- 1-v uI-e'u h- a ea S.114040

tAt 1,y fir,. ill Ja~iiarY.
The platr''Ia -of tini--c=ich~ol ei-ler
Ult-Ir ,4u'epre ~it~-too tit-e church
authibrilt-fiest r the,__4.r til ht- i coiimii~g.
The prrtr.ttit ftor thM ee l w"
valatcrate sU11it -illi'ttifililly ,..t'let'-tld, as
w5B tIAtetol'' 1-hIt'l-flk0tilt jit MItA reli-
I1ute-ti MlcIlau- 4ofa !zirge andulmp-


cijAtilg. the'tale.-tt'thv 'X.el optical
~%,%% 1,1it'l hroligtiuiat the
U-11,100lle oc hi-ttr~ililtilt'tat.
Ii-verv htwi-4. ill vi.It-tire tihat the
1pUP1Will, 1--A%..k1`0 11 tle ut. jroce'-et-
ing. wo-re 'Ao .~'' tanqi co errect'y
traaatit-l 1 t,%, 11t%* o tI.li~c4k mtiore
thalla ra !lli'i, tt I ilot'1'-! ill tile wel-
farv 'fIt.ctth illt'*: i'vi! fcr tilt, least
te-ritiliiat '..t 11 p-t.1 on 1--i that tu-
tcr.r e'liargze.
It ww-a- airannt t!to) view. the
muai llt1111. fi't"-.4- (I lvvilile -'.ainplie-

SiVS~t't.!"llkil!till II''tit~lhi liiitleSS
4"eiil~t*' 14k* tc 'ie- %% hl'..for live or six
vivit'~lil ieubadlot-t-ii lio~rzitaidis itsirlitj.

IorwoiI&Ztheir 't'trv I w~i tagtwithAnoble
atill gitirt Ui-w utl c-"-. iii-sjiritag their
'steaul'. %ithath~orugh'. Hallof which
to &ac t'l-oe ed '-er'tet' '%,.:o is 'jil'rted il
eot-&iatit'U141 ,4111oc1OilttilleT'tthat took-
Pa~rt in ll t- Amt' ityr~~ '~'oi-s
Atioit thi- th.'re-itil!t 4f tour twitile ill-

Taki ng fpr ,.rmituted0tlIl '. fi t that
r..rry jet hcr 0' elituin s-i.'i-eo1ial tile
%tat.. 4octfI-Tei ls t'iiit'rally, and in
~~~~I~~ riiio itVeti ulary, will just
a~ ~tt~llaiI~y41.;4 ofC ot tot'expiring
toprw. e'Sie we tolt!. 'A~it hi earict-t grati-
t ude.. ,nt-t'i c!al" tI-I.' j~i4ii .it~is of

It zeta reiimiiI- ito tile' jaretits of
U&P c.lilodret-i Ot'st*tl tiit the PyOUuig

gw'ullal ill, til~e -.. 11 looI*o~ki1. That
thot I.muck" are weit 't asitle or de-
iitvioyed. DfPl-rn:ach*rimait thle ixaind of
thoebiifto lItto't,i 41-e' o L1czuit.
Kee;. tha' little ewiat'-arefrtslhInICtheir
uindis, wc that Whait 111's be"i taught
then (lri g tat'1ea't (rti wil nt lbe


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Iprvail< Llit t 1- i 1 il.l --ll-i, i % ii
the unainitiu-. r.-, i,-.
'1ndoult.dli y li ,.y 1i 11-; ,
highly cr:tilit v, 'r '' .'..
Thi i ce ,-tit : .Ii ;,I .
erliy bestw.d ,.i '; .i ii i-I
h'l1e 1 ei iz I-. I in tn ii lt,'.r. i.
one- fir being it.-rfc., :antil lt ',r
head mirks, were inot *li-'-trinit'-el f'i
the reason that tli'y irtl .'I .mi' i\ %l.
althogiig h 'e,0 f.r 'wo 'w.-k :ti'4>.
They are as folliw-- \\'illie \Int-
thews,, |perfe t ; Ihil Stiili,. lit;at
mark; Willie Yuiii-r,. l itI l irk.
The prizes cn4'lis. ,t' thtre i t.:.iutifiil
took that were -,4.,tl.d for t!;:,ir
moral and educational v'ali'-, a Iattll'
of exquisite taste l-hai'a.'re-ii-t i,' f t L
teacher.
The program t ,in-i-tt-l l' f umie'i.-
ous recitation. inter! p r4'd with ,li;-
loguet and mirth ,'r'a:ttin,, tailtau ix.
Oc(aa'ionally a s -.ai wt- 'l :t,.le !to thi.
entertainment, for wli,-li the i atrwron-.
are indebted to Mrs. T'liniIas, a-. le:ati*r-
of the vocal mui-ic'.
The valadictory w:- lirt,0i"nn 1'tI Ivy
little Alice You '-*'. wli I tlihi- Ie-:,uti-
fully closed tihe- '~-!i... "f Iti 1 t-er it
of selhool for the itirtm 1 1'.0! -2
4 1:- :1: '1 I:.

Deafness Cannot to C'red
by local alili<'ati reach the dliseai-ed P*rto i.- 'f li- alir.
There is oniy one, \V:i. It, cart'. le al-
ness, and that is v i-tiu' i,:tial
remedies. )cafit-- i. t'a;i-il t'v n;!
inflamed condition ,'f thie tii -t'- li!n-
ing of the Eu.ta'hiaii T'''i'c. Vihin
this tube is intilatied you ljL', a i uiiil,-
ling sound or impie'rf-ect ht.arinig. andl
when it is entirely .,lo,-,.1. I).-:tfit-- i-
the result, and ulile-- thel In il.tiiaint-
tion can be taken out a,.'; thi- tulb. r'-
stored to its normal .,niulitioi, h6var
ing will ioe destroyed firn-vir,; inii
as&',s out of tell a're tl'ttl II ,'. ':ittrrii
which is nothlil In,1t :tn i4lhntla ,il 0 ,1n-
dition of the nu11111us .-urfat-e..
We will give n' 114 ltuir',l l)Di:r,
for any ease of -I),afine A- a;I-,l Iy
catarrh i that C.atliint I, *,c.--e-1 .1
Hall's Catarrh ('tre. -ctl ftl ,.irin-
lars; free.
F. J. Ci:M.N:V Co Tl',, <,. ).
NSold by I)ruggist<, 5,e.
Hall's Family I'ills :tre- thi I t..


The Freeze and the Razorback.
Mrs. M. M. ticker. writ .i: from
San Jose, California,.-ays that N''w
Hampehire and Florida art' tih' ,,nly
states in the 'ui-,i tlh at hav,' i1O -'-
frage associations. She steem-'i to 1 think,
however, that that's not Ic:ul foi Flor-
ida. She says that she was in Floridla
one winter and that wie certainly do
raise good oranges and good "'razor-
backs" and mixe-s uip iur laienitiia-
tions about the freeze iti the flluwiii
rhymthic fashion:
"Beneath the bihzar1 :i.cv t:, ,1
The proud tomto o 1:,ox: -. t h-.,1-
And purple egg an-I pu ,"! -' :
Were wilted to eternal -mI ni:ih
The snap bean h! -,'-> ',: '
W\as cold'v Ia t-d itii r% *t -" ,t
The lima, halft-way nu. :t- p',T
Could climb no moein t-. :v. it '1.
But, gloiy to the g.dI o' to.: mi-.
when blizzard's '!reath (i.! -.,'i i : ii
One thing resists h,- v,.'- t at:


Martel.


i3 ; I ti2& It. I v .a t !1 r i i t
tutu!a'ii~a few tnoles tor~t Alf \l.'si -
110- 164.iIj.ui dwtlling ant ii lJ(I i~4li4ld
tr-::lUle 1;y fire a 1ew da3..A fu g Tite

;~~ I. a- illtmm Ill il ir-khUirn'iAug iu I A
A, I- iirtii tire.
Vt ~r-.t igo- it -,.riuoli *%vdlI


at l] v.' L '',aiwk h'ito ~.J-pb1%~
11" 41 'vi I heoe rg:4Iil.iz, !'.rl
it fi! of Ii a iaramler Gf youig Iwoi





Iii ~ 11 h-jI~ ri- 1i %ga 11: % ,.t I I~i
1,. 41T '(I -At (ar ty L .F~t ~ 4 '

1111 1 g) 4:&i a I k :1 1
ti~~~~I Ir (-I i Alt 441c j A -I 4t':


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fiulili t 1- t it ll'Itau Int I II -i gre l.'
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N t. w 4 th 111 1 o t I N1 i A I ~ t' it


M~ a I I 25 ait ).hIell..ettile f4Ouv th-iAt
ititil lt l .ma l i F I t ealutv ite of z iijent-
in esitr-t- tIi. r


4 'tfkl 11141 ile ti. F ti* t4)A.s.ti~~~Lt t t
:II'tihlmcd t-v r werlt v tC i l~i--i:i
white ptetlAU ak vrtiers asu-ifit 1


vit wi th hi [ -. t~ifilV ocht' till t Si d

1-\1fl '-1agr t w-tv.lllt iu-t-rpw-sod iiv :11.2

Ii il t- I I'" '1 hi' tatiitit' i t ilt- .




FoIi~li r a oFrmfemrs'Istitte.ti t
',ll :A' ti:'.-l v r Njlar-te 17,t P00".-~jl~


inl your )1'tue't Ii 3ou mmay kkow hOr
01oi 11"tc ci :. t4 1, St.of ( 11 a nuIherOn i .


a It wtt- I ihto a Ii v ake i' mo fet-llike z-
1)01W 11l.I. 'hiy are eatsy toc ta'kt-.
hIeiitwr -1wm" :'coated, andlI'lleas~an iiil
Fit~t"or'a-. d


Xl:pi F v .r KAi. Shetaly, I li.n.A'~






1oit'' livii yi tilie haewtttjetrter'-.41if a at hr-;-

yea!' is I Iii ia I,; vtl',). helti' ).

!aI-t ve.1r. :~1 ld ile ..qles 'ire' ill tI n
1o1141t'(1 'ildltiomi. If tile atI
'Ittll fitlwrt*things- zirc plrop~itiqlu- ttlt.
A\iIolaeOV 1et'1tk' will be strit'tly ill it.
They del.-4-rve stl(ceeM auitithi pi- lea
Ili eo*the". H wllatlueve it.
'11 oce-alilet'e htt-'f'l aind ha'pl'v (illl
iit'n41 \-,)It) :*"'-,- W If 1'hl l et' '. 2'




1i w:i rot-.litio t lit-r- o ur ('''il-ci uC
~3iaehet iit WaIl lAij) a ear load of
4.,#. v.I-.* l.It II-fe'd bulls to


U; tO ;:n Lhe Indian Territory.


v.1oy e '2~ ~gint 34di intelhgeace
1 4 i tf her zsumttr, M rs.Bur-
i hi i i.L~ jit-. Snt- ditij of piit.umuJin and
I .tit &!gr'jfive yvrrs (if age.
.'A'.:..~* -if:. lISiIlAL'gahlle wtre for a
~~~~:I of thl~. ~ viIis ci13', btu
i i.:11eSjit Ied for awh~ile iua
1;u,;anao&.j-1 hey rtturued to Mort
4 1 iv .'a -i~ aout fout year., ago Mr.
Ilf~1~iU:aie 411ud at Miami. He Was
vtfl i. t,01 file city of Ocala, andi
.~i ..u.'al~ue it erchlant Iland(
I : .~.. .: '3of he M -il mud Ex-

~''' ''" A' Id-tour ud c(Iulributell
I ..3:a ~iec' e-st'' ) the pr".,s.
What's Your Face Worth?
~~~~ '041:i i tune. but never, if

4!: 1 ~I :4 .~ .. ~ Mid l)lot('hkeS
....- i v r y roT',uble.
Lit,~' L It ll!:, give
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Glassware,
Toys, Dolls
Anid all Kinds of Holiday
Co')ds at the store of


'F'


A NASH.
Ihs, Shoe, Dry-loods and
\N'iouns Stock is Full and
Lomp)kle. Prices, lowest.


S will never
S- '. t A t, I ti ,as tllted.
DON'T FORCE


6. A. NASH.
SOLTH SIDE OF SQUARE.


J A PANESE


PILE CURE

S ', i: .m;.tt. treatment, consisting of
*. -, '; -. a ,t.''s of iO tnitment and two
'. \ :! nt. A nt vcr- ailing cure for
*:" \ i i..: gl' ree. It makes an
.; *, ; "*: I ii th kniti; which is painful, and
.:'. -it i'.- ; Ili iritti'c ary. 1 iry en-
::' :* '.. e: \W'c pack a written
N, cure. no pay. 5oc
Su t liv mail. Samples

I. 'I T .62'M AND 50C.
C': I. Piles Prevented, by
'* .c '-c Liver Pellets. the
S ;i..!th ri~tas tor and blood
San :,n 1 p'!e;tsant to take. es-
S '; iildr.iins use. Fifty doses
S L : .~ I '\ 'i -. Store. Ocala. 2

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FUNERAL


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DIRECTOR-S.
i C tot~~Mnb akets, anid Burls

* .i3--ilng to Order.


Strayed or Stolen.
i .ik .*' os, oie a yellow Jersey,
S' ii lifirni, and one crooked
, .oi, f',rk 'inderbit in one
"':*t, ','i i r .hick ccow with white back,
- rnu-, loth were purchased
'L. ,Airnd Ayer, and if strayed
..... t ,-' !o I.e making their way
I.. ti lce, a liberal reward
,. ,1 Fr information leading to re-
,nv, ry .Milligan, Daisy. 2-28-4Vt

At Crystal River.
I r-. I try Allen announces that the
i)ix.\u lIu-,e, now a handsome twen-
tiv r S. ', ap',iited house faces the
Si t; .1 i \well located. Fishing and
,:. were never better. Mrs. Al-
,n h!i;- iat:errangements to furnish
ho:tt.- .na1 guiies for her gueats. Write
fi r:d. -. 12153m

\\ A NTD I) :--Two travelling salesmen
in ea.hlI state; salary and expenses;
i.trnianeint position: expDerience not


IjOI It is not claimed that Foeyfs

Honey and Tar will cure Con-

sumption or Asthma in advance

stages; it holds out no such fa

hopes, but does truthfully claim

always give comfort and relief uilW

very worst cases and in the ear

stages to effect a cure. 0


BANNER SALVE is a healing womdr.

For sale by Ant i-Monopoly Drug Store


A. E.


DELOUBPI


HARDWARE.


Sash and farml
Doors, ToolS. .
Ready Mixed
Paints Etc .




The Montezuma Hotel,

OCALA. 'FLORIDA.
J. P. GIallotaiy. Prop. E. R. Abbelt, Jr *r.,
'......... RITESA.IS .M P1ER DAY


:. OPEN TH1u YT AR ROUND .:

I ider Entire New Managenmeast. Retlltcdiamd nefterut .
New Bath Roomn~. Het Table Nervlee.
A TIIOi(OUGIHLY MODERN UP-TO-DATE HOTIL. W1
Wgnig^^^^gg ^gjgU~~l~qj[^it~iil~~lqb;^^

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VE EAT MEAT
To grow strong. Unklm we
M ,good meat we may as weU l
'. ,^, ~ it alone. There is no stragth
^ 6ll ein tough meat-Instead ogiv-
ing, it taken strength to dilset
S it. It pays to be eareftl Il
buying mteat-he sOre to 0t
the best-tender and eehoe.
fa;i Pay a little more if ned bem d

l put something In your stomach
.A "-. which will put flesh on yeo
6AV I/, bones and strong blood In yew
heart.

EDWARDS BROS.
Stalls 2 and '1 Clay Market, Orala, Fla.


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.


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. PULLEYSl

BLUE FLAME OIL fTOYVl


LARGEST STOCK-LOWEST PRICES.

Hubbard & Macduff ocal, rm.


(Lmgwgg---gmm--q--tW~-m-- fl9--mW


111 11 11

ECL


M- .WATCHRf~
OTHIN, w -and
On the Intallment Pin.
On the Installment Plan.


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HUBBARD & MACDUFF


HARDWARE.
DOORS, SASH AND BLINDS,l AGRICULTURAL IMPLE-


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THE OCALA BANNER, MARC! ('1 l-l..


Our


r-, ----. up for hundreds of centuries, th

4 lies under Texas ground oil to h
fQ aud light the whole world; powe
N bring to her the half thousand mill
I human beings who will some day
C upon her bounty.


4$~~$$OF hflERIeh.:


CI U~Flur.-, L'S" With Thank-

fufflIs% *'u-t With Boasting.


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The United States is the greatest of
nation because opportunity and for-
tune and THE GOODNESS OF
PROVIDENCE have dealt more
kildly with us than with any other
: nation. One half of onie single


S.tatt--Ttxas--could easily take carn
of all the people of the nation. A
thou'l-atiili iliii souls cOUild t1ild
houi--, conliflrt and actual wealth]
e I
here. Cvtnu \w ifh inlj-rfect production
ti i,1 di-t r-utioni-an lI till all of Alas-
ika tand l. iudreds of thousands o(f
S-uti:aret iti! ,f territory would be hel,_
a .-.rv,,.
C lith niziiiral wealth of thit Aineri'cti
nation. its land and mineral po.sss-
.C i iiai a irt l>as-t our 4-C4miprehliension.
!ut they arte nothing compaJ'ired to
Othe M IiNl'AI. we;:.lth of the nation.
I It i- thel lAIN of anil. not the soil.
j that makes man'!- prosperity. In the
Ami.lri:'an irauin. happily free from
pj'ij iii.-e, .xeiuj't from trad.tioj-,C
at-h. :;lwl f ri'r-. the nation iiind- its ,-reat wealth.
IHtrliert Sjiencer said :
'leyond quiielttioi, inl re-scet to mTie-
ShaniliiCl tapp|liltie. A.\nieri.Cani. are
a:illeadl of all nation-."
T!'hy a:tl. ahlad of all nation I be-
i'au e their lb.aihii- INVENT. Tiei
AnlitriCan government i.--ues at la-t
four lines as many patents as doet.
the goverinenit of Great Britain, and
American inveintiiveness lies not alon)le
inl the man who takes out a jpatent.
It is even more important in the
WOIiKMlAN, who uses his brain and
iNVENTS quick ways of finishing
his ta.-k. Every man imbued with
tie American spirit is an inventor.
The great advantage of America re-
sidile- in the fae't its men think as they
Sw>,rk, that time and elass di-,'ourag,'-
mentt liavc not onowbined to make ilia-
Cchian- of the individual national
Satom.-.
|Heine said of the English :
"If their machines are like human
Beings, it must l.e said that their hu-
man lit ing are like miachiiie-.'"
That cannot be said, and will not
lbe said, of Americans until the na-
tional character shall change.


This nation,the most powerful in the
l :irti is .art owner of.
woownerrld today, able to check any other
,f vnlh T-xa- is one ,
i nation s unjust ambition, courted ,yo

all, 11 LED .-)BY NO INDIVIDUAL
C C*. xC- were as densely
Mereas denAN, still governed liy the people, i,
.. :.at;iil today it would 1.
a possession wliich should fill the na,
C*,C 4 m. Iti'rdl and thirty
Shir tional mind, not with pride but within
S t It,-ould t.asily feet
thumuble thanksgiving.
We have inherited a great fertilt
C CCCv ..~-inathbi well
s-ttioin o4f the world. Wte have beit'
*:* ':,+,-, ".t lin cited, prim i-
removed from the domination and iln-
:, a;ii, ig'ricultur:l
i'i-uc! e-of old and decaying power..
-. !..i.-l:lt|. <'. ulll feet-i
111Ve have lived and worked free
;," tile l' it - fro'm uii perstition., free from accepted

traditi'-n-. The old countiie s have
h' n i.C. ,- f it-
iv'tn iu- the benefit of their best
-. it >ull furii-i
thouilght, the labor of their best meni
i < **CtCn, oir
  • and women, arid have taken nothing
    I h, i t',--arv. anild ii
    from u. Pride in this nation would
    : e'.0 att!.1 rainer->.
    e fl lly and ingratitude. Young
    : lin-+<-i hitnd.s thor-, .
    t Amerieca i. like a boy that has inherit-
    N .-.'i.ni in art.l tlie
    S3 ninIet tilted an enormous fortune. I shio1uld
    C ., -'.t:* Cof New York.
    .le grateful to Providence, filled with
    t. : Kt ltakilMg ir1nult Iof
    a desire to use rightly the power that
    :,.:ie of inferior land- f l i
    ;; ,;i : de-ert.-, I-ut uni i--- -
    ,,,iii The Best Prescription for Malaria
    ; --t 11 .l i .


    C ltC h that hics hbeneathi
    inulghv Te.xas'. Stor'ed,


    r


    Chills and fever is a bottle of
    Grove'- Tasteless (hill Tonic. It is
    -imply iron and quinine in a tasteless
    form. No cure-no pay. Price 24c.:


    CA NCEROUS

    N ES Are in many respects like other ulcers or
    U sores, and this resemblance often proves fatal.

    t : -. :th washes and salves, because the germs of Cancer that are multi-
    p'y in:i t-e blood an I the new Cancer cells which are constantly develop-
    :: : ,up the irritation and discharge. and at last sharp shooting pains
    a:. .2 the approach of the eating and sloughing stage, and a hideous,
    si .!. de -:: wrk. In February, 1899, I noticed a small
    No nicer or sore can exist with- lump on my lower lip. The doctor cau-
    No ulceror sre can exist w tried it but another came and broke
    o:-. :-:c pr-edisposing internal cause out into an open sore. I began to take


    WHAT'S THE MATTER WITH FLORIDA!


    As we write we are looking over.
    copy of the Atlanta Journal It:
    bright eolumns are alive with coil
    trll)utions from the piens of the tuosl
    initellectual meni and women of oti
    sCtate. Religion, the art!.; and science,;
    agriculture, pol itie-, andti urrenit t' p,
    ie-s, are all diseu~sed with a vigor 01:41
    is really refreshing.
    Thie women of (44orgin, headed 1-y


    and forv.-ftui %%rltr.I-, au' oh C.Cl-
    thenies () f current atid w- im i''

    1), )rtali'c
    soT4.J.tjill(-- :Is la -h.I 1


    a -iiigle i,--ut. oft tl -;l F:. '
    and hftu- ~lwlivian'- art. dlhi:Yt i.


    Sa t'ti'lltattion I I ir' IV ah.-a I ('r :tuy
    4)f the -'outle'riiCCttt
    How diffe'renit it i- hlite I ita Ii-la
    Our !nui ta ntilA I.', '.k-iill4 ill
    tt'llectual gif~t- at- 1.!reitt as the 111(n 11 Ar
    W")IIleAl Of (&I*rj~, ~c f ?') ;" t~
    thingi..-.ro.,k a:t 4I n i.~iith, c',:I lenIr' of
    their ~av andit 1401111' llCCC
    'siI~le to) Ui.C)V. thit-ini ll :11.!i, jC Ci~i
    JThe "': iiiiiii 41f tlo '';1*.{lj



    ti-il'u fllsh 41 a i1C Ct1 t.f'
    ILikew~is, !o p I.t1wi tf :iw':4'
    I:Rm ner \s.ho,--cC hIiumT-'4 ;,I-C.. aI


    3 U t t Ilu eirt -C ILil i ie I t i inI I FI F i 1 :


    which i lnot k lcreilta!lil iat whichil we
    (14o) not unhlrstral(l.
    Let'.- ie up loinlg a'ntid l'Corc Fl"C>riilta
    to the front ip the, inltt Ilc-tual area.
    "Oliver lhiinitdhiu'' iha:mad, a iI -
    ginuiiil. LCt othiir- fi.l.,w ii- Iex-
    all-pile.
    list ins mak tihe wo4|i kTi)w\ that
    we have men aiiol aWolei ll 1F l,,riai,
    :is well as in I ieoIgIa, all.- C to ii-t1i-'u
    fo'r,'efully 1anil vigor irotiu-ly ,i'h-tioni
    of public momenlit.

    White Man Turned Yellow.
    (;reat consternation was felt hiy the
    friends of MN. A. Hogartv of Let'xing-
    toll, Ky., when they saw i h *was tlirn--
    iii yellow. His -kin slowly IChatlitcd
    color, also hlis eyes., ain lie i t-.iil l'rt.d
    terribly. His maladiy v"i1 y( IICow%
    :11i' li4te. 11h wa, tl'treattedi !i !" Itt-,
    ,].'tors, lbut w ilholt ll i ;lit. ti t- it"
    \va< advised to try Eler'-( i it il e-, ti
    wonderful stom:achaindl li ',i'r remiily,
    and hie write-: '"After taking t\wi It-
    tie- I wasi wholly curtd." A trial
    proves its matchless merit fCor all -toiii-
    achi, liver allld kidney troblohC-. ()Only
    2.5c. Sold hy tIhe Antit iMloniiooly DI)irti
    Store. '

    FLOWERS NORTH AND SOUTH.


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    ill Floridej'a ..;ii i r..fiodati -,,vatt dea~l
    mobre profit -ill ra1CCiii- 1 Iler~I.4 Ii')!
    oldly for home b'41t 111 ut fC .r
    ,ihipmrent north
    Eviiilerny Flm-lian-s arc n.lt ltitliLC
    ill)rt4 Itj)(te tl.-4iit l'i' 4jjC
    thIniit .r n k:y o ,i'b 4I f t11,' l
    u4;rIhrn ris i'tm-'


    You Know What You Are raking
    Wheni yvI. tt.k, Iirove' fateles
    i('!ill T nii I.. T.-1i '> tflih fo rl til:it i-.
    plit! v t l i''! ;> l ry li th r -hr'w -
    in h at i' i -' r ,,'y Ir ,,i :iit i (/> i-
    ;illit' i! t !:'-tl : -'- ri k \o lriurc, tio


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    'F ll I "I Ibhi iluttl*Ii I.ki.1T i [lt oICCC4C rECi i1 -!, IC x"IC

    I rintited a Irai ;i11 iit rat -uinart i;.CI-,C .1ii \c'..CC iWC
    CCW~inter ILuxurle'C -thakt 4(CO,t Stii:li in'1:r' a:l-I
    Fortuntit-.l'' C"I IIC'
    Speaking of \%Idhichthle Il~tC'C I!~);Il1IC '
    Record says5 tht 5twot) of the CiC -ItuCri CI,4CC
    shoi d ti e (of l(spjcC4IIia l tere-t !()t o 1 r- JChqiC ,IV' fl C 4C4CC 'C -CCII
    soils iii tiis ,it4Cti le!)Of thot' (cC~iti. 3Ci1tC'. C: C 4ICC
    One piCrillI-tsincws a C[1J jUC tp h C ~g n o
    floristpjaokiiw CLCCCId-ows -i'flat ,'ioulhii.- t 'he'_,h n ol


    ing Ahlitte Iiw C- to- t 14 I'po'.d t"C cure !tCC. 1 CICId :'Ut

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    H'ritilig l, .y the. t rl\le t. .n* prOfotc l r
    returiicd to his pupil r.s.-,!\fl t,, s',CtI
    central it his efforts on thh S .;itraklt
    verb "to lov0o." ''he n iw dilait41 'ir' ur
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    nid English for "I lovE," "Yo..Ci h,\..'
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    y ipatm i eticalh, ut ha!-t :tril .it- out ICr
    and said -olriitehlling hC- .-v r., ly kii.-'v
    what, b'ut when Ia t. sti:,rt, unI l .ttW h h.
    the hless.C.' slit could .I\e him thlie Si 1
    skrit antd thei l:iuagi'h for C"I lo\e, I
    "'iu ,l\ .," wit h :istorai siiingo et i,,. t
    Hitvind spitei tLhree years Il ii ie laeU t
    llguage rai. got only so far 1as1 th. .ir i
    "to love," 1Eui tc coiilil.ted tfo ra.ilti-t
    ate. ItsidtsC, she wa's niiaiHit to, ninir.-
    ry Professor Itol*rtsi., n il, tho,, fulu u l
    ty decided that t pro)'iong ti 0he Curste
    uid'Ir the (CircuLm0-tn lCes iiM lit Iliijur
    the souol nautii of the (Coi).;.. Tllhe pro-",
    fessor Leaves d a l's ***p liic}i lhiat teo. Tiui
    gO u ii in is stulie.us i itlhiolt the C.,, li, .;i
    tLizling eustudeiit. bit :Uliin ,.** h.1 ihl0.0t
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    Iany ltCn1II ll\e i p U iSo iittcrf.tilig a
    SItilC declaringg that every tliy st .
    woiuld dCvote a crttain tiru \gith hLi. f
    to Saksk.rit.
    Luring their engiageniint t:ft rV -
    fessor called upon h,,r thre.. eveningsi
    n the week, the first hour of the \isit
    belig de4voted to the h'sse.li, the rest to
    illustrations tlpon the \r "to l.ve."
    TI'he study was interulitetl f,.r a short
    line by marriage, liit after thi*ir re
    Furn from a bridal trip Eunice ladlnteil
    lion Its resumptiton, miut. to h.r hu.-
    ainl'd comfort Li ing In thle samie
    louse, it was not now neC..essary that
    heyC should study in the e\elings.
    The professor's first lecture at the col-
    ege was not given till 11 o'ch.Ck, so
    hat each morning from ) to lo they
    at Li the library pursuing a lairauage
    o which they were devoting the fourth
    'ear and of which Eunice had learned
    little more than the verb "to love."
    Then came a little stranger to inter-
    upt this rare devoton to study. Mri.
    tobertson declared that so moon as the "
    hild's habits were properly formed
    he would rejoin her husband at his
    ooks. Weeks went by, and yet she
    nade no move to return. The profess-
    r waited patiently, believing that
    ome Impediment still existed which
    a time would disappear, but the hour
    rom 9 to 10 was supremely slow. ie
    oon lost some of his enthusiasm as a
    ngulst. One morning, hearing sounds 1
    a his wife'a bedroom move, he went
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    ART. IV.
    The amount of capital stock authorized is
    One Million Dollars. divided into one hundred
    thousand shares of the per value Ten Dollars
    each, of which the sum of One Hundred Thous.-
    and Dollars has been subscribed, and paid in.
    to-wit: li4.ooo in cash, Saoo in services. andl
    illll[ .,oo. tan property, consisting of eight thousand
    four hundred acres of lands in Sumter county.
    Florida Of the remainder of said shares the
    corporation Is authorized to issue Six Hundred
    and Fifty Thousand Dollars in consideration of
    conveyance to mid corporation of lands and
    otheUropert in Florida; the balance of said
    capital stock to-wit: Two Hundred and Fifty
    Thousand Doilars shall be issued only in consid-
    eration of lawful money of the UnLited States
    paid to the company, the same to be paid
    wholly la cash, or partly cash. and in such in-
    MANUFACTURERS OF atallments as the Board of Directors of the cor-
    poration may provide.
    DOOM 11 40 BART. ,V.
    --d 3.1 dmgo MaterIal. The term for which thiscorporation shall exist
    U imety-siue years.
    Windowtft Fancy Glass A. "-I
    A S1e yThe b sineas of the company is to 1ee con-
    A Special t ducted by a president, vice-president. secretary
    Purchase our make, which we and treasurer. general manager, and three di-
    Purchase our ae, rectors, who shaill be elected at a meeting of the
    Guarantee Superior to any stockholdersto be held on the second Tuesday
    In January; 10o3, and annually thereafter, and
    Sold South, and Thereby Merbert A. Ford, Edward Hiller and John W.
    SUone Pearson shall constitute the Board of Director.'
    save Money.
    ae Moneyand ll the respective offices of president, secre-
    tary and treasurer and general manager, and
    Ofice and Warerooms. King, Oppoefte CaOne conduct the business of this corporation until
    Street. the oScers elected at the first election sthall tbe
    -qualified.
    Ch te ART. VII.
    This corporation shall not subject its-elf to an
    indebtedness or liability exceeding Five Hun-
    BUY TmHE dred Thousand Dollars.
    ART. VIII.
    P The names and residences of the <-ul)scri'>ers
    hereto are as follows:
    SHRBERT A FORD. Ocala, Florida
    SEDWARD HILLER. Ocala, Florida.
    JOHN W. PEARSON, Ocala. Florida.
    S ate ot Florida, Marion County:
    UE WIEG iA uIINg Before me the undersigned officer. perrnall'y
    lS EW ING N6u appeared Herbert A Ford, Edward Hiller :a'l
    John W. Pearson. to me well known :is the in-
    Do not e deelveb thoe whB a& ditviducld described in, and who signed the forv-
    de by T WO oin charter. and the maid Herbert A Ford
    verte a 0.0 s r MadaMsft tated to me that he had subscribed for Thirty-
    .o. Thaskind ofa machine a Three Thousand Three Hundred and Thirty
    We b g tefr usL or nypeouz Dollars of the capital stock of the said proposed
    e oght m corporation; and the said Edward Hilt r stated
    deal fomp 0to 18.m tome that he had subscribed for Thirty-Three
    A AIThousand Three Hundred and Thirty Dollars of
    IW UM A VAREM the capital stock of the proposed corporation;
    hE 1E HOE IS THE 1 EST and the maid John W. Pearson stated to me that
    b he had subscribed for Thirty Three Thousand
    th tThree Una4rod and forty Dollars of the cap-
    SF ital stock of the proposed corporation, and sev-
    weMkne s of & _Vng. MinU e a n" rally acknowledged their signatures to me
    nob FeW 0 l obined with Other Taken before me on this the aoth da- cf
    pai_ m k the Nw U s MarhIA. D.19o2.
    str-g p t mak cth e e suw D -al W. W. CLYATT. JR.,
    t bet Machine to bOuy, Notarv Puit,:.

    few otena a o NOTICE OF MASTER'S SALE.
    woeB aketasMd bahe ptho4a
    K NDER and by virtue of a decree of foreclosure
    U i M on amSIV N MI UR J rendered August b, 1901. in Circuit Court ot
    I w* Marion County. Flonrda. wherein J. H. RICH-
    eaOemt. m aSM AXD6ON was complainant, and J. R. MOoR-
    B UNiMs8q. N.Y., Chiago, 1L, Atlanta O t HEAD et aL. were defendants, the undersigned
    8L, LidsKb*n M kI 'ITex.,anU FIaUncif s, C l Special master will, on
    Flo SAL6 V Mweday, Airst 7.o. 190.
    within the e1al ours of sale. in front of the
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    S1l KII1 NOTICE
    |S HEREBY GIVEN THAT UNDER AND BY
    irntIu ot a final decree rendered by the Hon.
    W_ Slle., a *f e of the Circuit Court for the
    ifth Judicial rcuit of Florida, for Marion
    county, in chancery. on the aand day of January.
    A. D. ies. in a certain cause therein pending
    wheretn Z. C. CIhAMBLISS. trustee, is complain
    at, and LA CKOIJ0 A CIGAR MANUFACTLvR-
    SIM M N I- UI ING COMPANY and ADAM B. ROU arc de-
    fedats. 1, the undersigand special master in
    chancery, appointed to execute the final decree.
    will on
    Mo6day,l4ke day of A,#,. 4 1
    CANBeI Cauate S the Ik ale SHa e between the hours o: it o'clock a. m., and 2
    o'clock p. m.in front of the south door of the
    acuart hont in Ocala. Mariona county. F -lorida. at
    public auctia offer and sell to the highest and
    1tbidder for cash the following described
    mortgaged premises to-wit: Blocks number ed
    150, t29, 149.148, iaS t2, xa6 and 146. containing
    -. tao lots according g to the plat of the West End o.
    tec City ofOcafa. Marirn county. Florida. as
    made byJ. Moorhead. or o iich there t a%
    aay be necessary to satisfy said final decree and
    af suit CARLOS L SISTRUNK,
    Special Master in t'h'in,.try.
    Anderson & Hocker, ol'rs for Conhpl t .

    NOTICE OF APPLICATION FOR TAX
    DEED.

    N OOTICB IS HERKBY GIVUN THAT JOHN
    ParentA of all children whose eye c Goin, purchaser of tax certificate No : .-
    dated Augustu th. A D. AIw. has tiled s.id cer.
    are in auy ay arfeoted should take tificate in my cice and has made apphcationu fr
    tax deedftosta e in accordance with law S,,id
    them to Dr. Goldste ti and have them cartiicate embraces the following described
    property situated in Marion county. Florida to,-
    examined. Too much care cannot be% wit: East half of southwest quarter, except i-
    area an east side, asetion 17, township :o. range
    uakn in this pantyhiular, as any [ o. The maid land being assessed at the date of the
    le0tof parentRt may lead to moseet ser issuance of such certificate in the name of Mar
    Tibbs. Unless said certificate shall be redeemed
    o00 COtOseqUebees in after life. If the according to law, tax deed will tisue thereton, o
    the and day of March, A D.a o f2.
    eyes of a child need glasses the doctor s. T. SISTrRuNK.
    an 4 Clerk Circuit Court. Marion co Fa.
    lcan determined it ad adjust such
    glasse, as will be most apt to preserve NOTICE OF APPLICATION FOR TAX
    and increase their strength. The Do DEED.
    tar has been giving satisfaction for
    N NOTICE IS HEREBY GIVEN THAT W. W1
    many years, and we recomenrad him as clyatt. Ir.. purchaser of tax certificates No.
    1414nad 14119. dated August 7th, A. I). 1. h;is
    worthy the patronage of the public. filedad certificate in my office and has made
    application for tax deed to issue in accordance
    Those sufreing with their eyes should with law. Said certificate embraces the follow-
    alling described property situated in Marin
    cil on uhint aud if they don't get re.-county. Florida. to-wit: Southeast quarter of
    utheat quartersection township A. range 21
    lief It will not cost them a cent. He northeast quarter of northeast quarter. ection -.
    township 13, range 21.
    can adjust to any eyes and any age. The mid land being assessed at the date of the
    issuance of such certfitate in the name of Un-
    A good glass rightly adjusted is a known and Jno.O. Goes. Unlessaidcertificate
    shall be redeemed according to law. tax deed
    luxury to a iewrsou with failing sight will ime thereon on the 1andday of March, A
    D.1 9a. 8 T SISTRUNK.
    they can not afford to do without. A D214 ClerkCircuit Court. Marion Co Fa.
    glaos imperfectly adjusted is worse
    than no gla. FOR CHARTER.
    Ofice hours from t a. m. to 5 p. m.F
    OTIC IS HEREBY GIVEN 0 THi:m
    For Trade or Sale intention of the undersigned to make rap, li
    Forty acreof fOne hammock land, cation to the governor of the State of Flo ida
    for letters patent upon the following proladed
    all cleared and under cultivation charter.
    Four acres bearing pear tree. Ele. DWARD HILE. R
    atmt 12 room residence on property. JOHN W Pie]ARhty N
    Lees than one mile from court house CnARTER
    at Ocal. Will trade for city propART. I.
    at Wi trade for ity prop- The ame oef this corporation shall be the
    erty. Equity, $10,000.00. rPARSON SL AND GAs coMPAtY.
    Have also a fine farm of acres all &t ,c.
    fenced. Forty acres under cultiva- The primal place of business of this c~xr-
    tion, 6,000 bearing pear trees. Nice Prauo s shaglbe Ocala, Marion county. Flo.rida.
    five room cottage. Farming implae- ma pII
    meant, stock etc. Will trade or sell. a mature ofbe business to be trans
    Equity, (,0 6 'puc as e..n and enter into any
    lsohrse ad a= Ioa the acquisition of lands, and
    Alsohorse and wagon to sell or to re prospect for oil, gas and miner-
    trade. ala, a"d to acquire, hold, use and employ all
    C. U. LIVINoeON, kinds of real and personal property,
    (2) Tesell. convey and mortgage lands and
    1-17tf Ocala l. Ipero tpet of all kinds. and to make contracts with
    To purc theretoase.constructorcontractfrall
    aS # 01 1b t machinery, tank., pipe lines. rail-
    ways[&tramways, telegraph lines and We lp
    lanes which may be deemed necessary cV its
    Board of Directors, and maintain, equip anti
    operate the same, and to make contracts with
    refe re thereto.


    'OTICIE IS IIHEREBY GIVEN THAT ON THI
    5th daI of AprSl, A. D., 190a,
    I will apply to Honorable R. Bullock, county
    judge in and for Marion county, state of Florida,
    at his office in Ocala, in said county, foraa order
    autho-izing me, as guardian of the minor heir
    of the estate of EVALYN ,. CXOWVTB&U.
    to sell at private ale the following pro-
    perty belonging to said estate, to-wit: The
    %ot halfo-the we-t 1half nftthem maffne


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    NOTICE OF ELECTION FOR CREATING"
    A SPECIAL TAX SCHOOL DISTRICT.

    N NOTICE Is HIERKBY GIV THAT AN 4
    election will be held at Antholy. Mariont
    county. Florida. during the hours of a o'clock a.
    min. aud sundown ol
    Saitiaid. ApYil th, A.4. D., 9vts,
    for the purpose .aI creating a Special Tax School
    District tc be known as the Anthony Special
    Tax school District.
    The above said district to be bounded as fol-
    lows Coiumencitag at the northeast corner of
    bccion t, tow:isiip 13, range 22 and running
    wc-t to northwest corner of section 36, township
    13. range 2t, thence south to the southwest cor of
    section ij3 township 14. range a21, thence to the
    s.outhcabt corner uf section 13, township 14,
    range 22, thence uoith to point of beginning.
    Tfie above described territory is changed by
    order oft board of public instruction so as to omit
    setotiub 1, ,12 and i- of township 14, range azand
    icctlui 36 of township 13, range j2, and to elect
    three tru-tees of the said Special Tax School
    District and to fix the rate of millage to be levied
    tfor aid Special Tax School District for the next
    ent-uing two years.
    (2iuaiiLcd ecturb at said election are all regis-
    tt. rt id anud ul'jlit'ed voters of said district, who
    p.y a tax un oretl or personal property therein. -
    It lie loUuw ing person have been appointed
    managers udj clerk of said election. J. D.
    bankiin, J ,R. V wilder, .,. wV. Barker, Managers;
    R. B. l tripling. Clerk
    By order (t the Board of Public Instruction
    thi., the 4tL da.t ol March, ;,.2
    Attest G. S. sCOTT,
    S1. CK' Chairman.
    sea ct:ar 3 7


    TME DWEUCTOiPAY


    When liquors are impure. Not only

    is it throwing money away to buy

    teuh, but it is ihjurous tol theb hI'hb

    to drink them. Pure liquor ar o M'd

    by us. and they are no higher in prk e

    than the ilmpire ald Ileferieor *nmr,

    andti should be the only kind iprmlett 4

    on the table. Them. iranml we a
    strongly rewommeud.
    IN


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    per bottle........ .......$1.60
    Fern Hill Rye, full quarts,
    per bottle............... 1.51)
    Henderson, made spring '95
    full quarts ............. 1.54
    Hunter Rye 5s............1.50
    Chesapeake Club.......... 1.25
    Pilgrimage ................ 1.25
    Pullman .................. 1.0o
    Keystone Rye, gal.........4$.0,
    Belle Isle..."...............2. 51)
    Phosphate Rye...........3..50
    Puritan Rye............... 4.0(
    Strauss' 'To Rye... ....... 6.6'
    Murray Hill Corn .......... 2.&
    Old Harvest Corn......... 3.50
    Old Harvest Corn, bottle... l.0(
    Strauss' '71; Rye, full quarts
    per bottle........ ........ .so



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    NOTICE OF ELECTION FOR CREATING
    A -PECIAL TAX SCHOOL DISTRICT
    AT BUCK POND.

    \ ;. .- i...;:;. \S'; I tA r AN
    At 4,', ,, id- !<: h ;. e i,.>. .. M arion
    ^" b',^ i ';:i, '.1::i1:: the h ; > ; tw eu S
    o clk a. i. andi. in-lown -of
    ,:'.,: .'.:i, .-If d ai 4A 1) j .
    S ; ; I .tn:g a special ira School
    l)i',tict t i, !,: k wn.,v : a- their tlick Pond Special
    Tax shoo Iw-ttict.
    The aP,vc -;tnl fo;~o\w.-: oimtlnt fcliki at thet northeast corner of
    section 2,,. town-hip 15, range !9, running west
    to the nu.rtlvtcst cortier of section 24. township
    ir lancgt- ;., thence north to the Marion and
    I.t V.y 1',un1v 'n1 thence we-t to the northwest
    cot 't.r ol -ct .uii (. township i, range I. thence
    -oulh to ."uth\n t .tcomner of section i, town-
    ship ;:. r.auge ,. thence east to the southeast
    c,.,iit r ,ofscttijn 17. township 16. range 19, thence
    ni', i to it Inortht at corner of Section 20. town-
    -li'p ; r/.llt' ug the point of l beginning. and to
    elect three trust. s I.tf said Special Tax School
    l.st tct. and to tix the rate of inillage to be
    t vi,-. *or --a I Special Tax School District for the
    !it xt t%%*; tcni tiiing ye.rs.
    tiifid let.ccttors at said election are all regis-
    tet,,l aind iiu,ihit;cd voteit of said district who
    l.av a 1t: x i rt.1i orT ierstial property therein
    Thie 1 .t: 4 g pt-r.')iin have t L.een appointed
    rrn.i,ag .r rnf ..trk of sutid election: W J
    1lL> J I) \ :. J. F. l'trdick. Managers;
    J 'ill lk.t.eh t:. t itrk.
    y oI!tr ofi the loard of Public Instruction
    thl- thv 4th cday of March. 1.o2.
    At, t GC SCOTT.
    W I) CAMN, Chairman.


    PETITION FOR SPE' IAL TAX SCHOOL
    DISTRICT.

    "' h T"i". NI':IRM(GN'ED CITIZENS A.ND
    t tax i,'ipa -- -.I thie following described terri-
    tury will (in tht t;it Monday in April. 19o2, pre-
    snut to the Board ot Public Instruction of Marion
    county. Florida. thi petition asking the mid
    loard to call an election for the purpose of crest-
    ing a special tax school district to be known
    the 1Electra Special Tax School Distric. The
    at.v-e t-aid distrtit to include the following do-
    scribed territory:
    Commencing at the waters edge on wst side
    of Lake Bryant on the northern line of se ,
    twp Iz. range 24. running west to the Ocklawaha
    river. thence utheasterly along the Ochlawa-
    ha tiver to the s.;nthern boundary of section 8,
    twp 16. r 24. thence east to the southeast corner
    of sec 7. twp i, r 25. thence northerly along the
    we't edge of the scrub to the waters of Lake
    Bryant. and then along the borders of Lake Dry-
    ant to the point of beginning.
    .eo t)W Bra-nt. I. F Stebelton, J H. Morse,
    I, D Marsh, J E. Sellers. J M Mock, J. C.
    l'lanq, J P. Caldwell, 0. Mathis, ik vanSs. 3-7

    PETITION FOR SPECIAL TAX SCHOOL
    DISTRICT.

    W E TIlE UNDERSIGNED CITIZENS AND
    tax payers of the following described ter-
    ritory '' ill on the first Monday in April, 190o,
    pre .ent this petition to the Board of Public In-
    struction of Marion Co.. Fla., asking mid Board
    of I'ublic Instruction to call an election for the
    purpose of creating a spedal tax school district
    to bw known as the Fellowship Special Tax
    School District. The boundaries of said special
    district to be tas follows:
    Coni at ne cur of sec 31, twp 13. r ai; thence w
    to nw cor of tn', of sec 33; thence a to sw cor of
    sel, of sec ;33. twl 13. r 20: thence w to nw cor
    ol ne'4 of iinw sec 4, thence s to sw cor of aeM
    of sw'4s se 4. twp 14, r 20. thence w to nw cor of
    -ec ,1. th nce S to sw cor sec at; thence w to nw
    cor sec 30. twp 14, r 20; thence a to se cor of ne)j
    of sec 24; thence w to nw cor of se3 sec j3;
    thtence south to se cor of sw4 of sec ,. twp 14, r
    1-, thetce w to centre line of sec 2; thence 6 to
    sw corot set, of sec I thence e to se cor sect za
    twp is. r i<, thence e to se cor of sw3 of se asec
    7 thence n to ne cor of sw% of seU, sec 7:
    thence e to sw cor of ne ose ec 7; thence
    n to se cor see6, twp 5. r ao; thence a to
    nw cor of sw% c.f sw% sec 32; thence e to ne cor
    of.sek4 ofsw4 cec33; thence s to ae cor ofse%
    of swI stec 32, twp 14, r o: thence a to w cor of
    se, of sec Sb; thence e to the se cor sec to;, thence
    n to ne cor sec 3. twp 15. r ao; thence n to ne cor
    sec 34: thence e to se cor sec 26; thence n to nw
    cor of sw' ofsw1 sec 24; thence e necorof sel
    of se., sec 24: thence s to se cor of mej of se4 of
    sec a4. twp :4, r o20; thence e to se cor sec 19;
    thence u to ne cor sec 6. twp 14. r 21; thence n to
    ne cor see 31. twp 13. r 21, to point of beginning.
    R W. Ferguson. J. I). Ferguson. Geo. W.
    Stephens. V. M. Seckinger. Wm. Dehone, S. B.
    Brooks. G. W. Mills, McG. Carraway, W. W.
    McCully. J. M. Bell. EH. Carter, J. H. Pearce,
    J I.. Smith, J. M T. Carter. 37

    NOTICE.

    In the Circuit Court of the Fifth Judicial Circak
    of F;lri.la, in and for Marion County-
    In Chancery.
    Sy'ny J. Bowie, as administrator de bonis moB
    of the estate of Sarah V. Couch, dectased,
    Cenmplaiuant, vs Alexander Mclntyra
    and L.aura Cook Mclntyre,
    Defendants.
    T IS ORDERED THAT ALEXANDER Mo.
    Intyre and Laura Cook Mclntyre, the de-
    fendants herein named be and they and each of
    them arte hereby required to appear to the bili
    of complaint in this cause on
    .1, 'nda, the 5th day of May, A. D,, ies.
    It is further ordered that a copy of this order
    be published once a week for four consecutive
    weeks in the Ocala Banner.
    This ith 'lay ot March A D. .
    .cai/ .. T.SISTRlUNK,
    Clerk Circuit Court.
    By H C Sistrunk.D.C.
    Carlo. I. Sistrunk. Complt's Sol'r. 3 14

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