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Title: The Ocala banner
Uniform Title: Ocala banner
Ocala banner (Ocala, Fla. 1883)
Alternate Title: Ocala daily banner
Daily banner
Physical Description: Newspaper
Language: English
Creator: Ocala banner
Publisher: The Banner Pub. Co.
Place of Publication: Ocala, Fla.
Ocala Marion County Fla
Publication Date: April 25, 1902
Frequency: weekly[]
weekly[ former aug. 25, 1883-dec. 28, 1888]
daily (except sun.)[ former dec. 30, 1888-]
Subject: Newspapers -- Ocala (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
Newspapers -- Marion County (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
Genre: newspaper   ( marcgt )
Spatial Coverage: United States -- Florida -- Marion -- Ocala
Coordinates: 29.187778 x -82.130556 ( Place of Publication )
Additional Physical Form: Also available on microfilm from University of Florida.
Dates or Sequential Designation: Vol. 17, no. 12 (Aug. 25, 1883)-
Numbering Peculiarities: Issues for 1884 later called new ser., v. 2.
General Note: Editors: T.W. Harris, F.E. Harris, C.L. Bittinger.
General Note: Publisher varies: Frank Harris & Frank Harris, Jr., <1913
General Note: Description based on: New ser., v. 2, no. 14 (Dec. 1, 1883).
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Volume ID: VID00637
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I"' catdr" i aInother of the '" ir"
w ioe opinion onll the "hiooido."I
evili'-'s -uchi a gent-rou- ignorallte iof
t4.wn build iiz i adl public 'suarte- that
1i110 i- wiilinii to take ht-r, too, a.- ami-
tn-t authority on quilt building. She
ininocenitly interrrogat,-s. everyb,'dy for
tihe- ltne n thle hi!-toy of the building
of citit--s when one opera house mladc
or broke a town. Her mind was evi-
dt-iitly llutte- ig over the ancient po- reniiirk that one swallow does
not mAitke a summer. But -,he is halp
y "v"r 'Palatka's wattr-haul of a tri-
umph. \Well, we must let the dead
and the beautiful rest. thiurgh the
I i-n ('ity. like the Brick City, hlias a
,pu1-lie .(iquire aind; alln wl-roost ini its
"H' adt r" videantly lias a limited
knowledge of ITaiinevi ll. That town
liad :a railroad over twenty years be
ore ( Oala heard the whi,-le of the
l..,ati,,,,ve.or, for that malttt.r, before
aiy 'ity soutli ,of r oala heard such4
nmu-i,'. But g .aineovillegot hier public
S.-bii ir t -ni ihe' got lier railroad.
tle-"" tht-e tlair. The -"hoodoo."
rv,,r.- than the wvail of thle -tsatishee at
Ii.- d,.,-rtqop of thlie Ilih lord, makes
it. boiii'n in thIat utinfortunate town.
I'lait miliiitn- it ver harmed (laines-
vil A smial l pait of thell helped
lier. Shit wat- iglaid to get it. aind tilhe
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wnl1 neveTr I'e sung to hil'tnt by
< a:tinma v ill .
Onit. of the ftinest iildeim brick court-'-e in the state has been erected
on I .Itinesville'- public -square. blut she
itill look" and ac'ts lazy andsleepy.
"t'eadtr" doesn't seem to know
Iuu -Ii either about Jacksonville. That
e:ty was built up bt fore it had a court-
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I have e- -u seve-al ways* suggested
a- to) tie ibt ay to buil'l up a town.
liere are ,~.oiee f the suggestions :
Praise it.
Talk about it.
\Write about it.
%Speak well about it
Plationiz, home merchants.
Indiuc fle.-irable settlers to locate
iLet e watch-it
I, t "h.[ie trade" be the watch-

FI-. l *- z .r' 'Iiii h to .)Cloc al ireoP.
(;i e them i in4rai wpi-ortI when inu

tr&mt- 1-W lhr1,l.,-titsa antid imrofIve-
gaicut- at ahire-
A-'. in jrmiu'ting zeve-ry enter-
prIi!-.c f, r t he (,t' ~ the uwhoqle eorn-

I Jdi' fo4' ~aariaty"hotiters; 9
keep .in Ow Ii.-titr. traniks i~f jprogress
itandl ad va 1ketlliet.
T Reiiitiiber that every dollar in~-
ive--ted iiinj't'rwaiu ent iiwprovemaelts is
'Ythat. :ia mch .)niiinterest.
A Anil ,41) on to the tud itt' a very long
chapter, h ut never before have I
a beard] --f the -umie-stion proposed by
yopur fiteetiou,,. unique anti !-tiave
a t-orre!-j'oniat-mit, Oliver Rhinedou :
juis tear downz the court house and
renwkvvttle putilir.t, ur-4ri'

Sur covrretspondent certainly has a
patetit on hi, propl-,itimn.
I want tot iht-ar from hi.s pathway
every suge-sti,,n of .ra/.y ,quilts and
E,.ter bo)nnet=- anid gel hini down to
bra. .- ta'k-.
On such a prop,'jsition I want to
hear a nIall'- logic.
"OCt'.AI ri:ss"
The Rummage Sale.
wa.s predii-td in thi- paper, the
"rutiainage sait" was "the* sensation
in the hi.-tory of our little city, and
the sum realihzd was beyond the most
Sanguine expectatio)t s of those who
have it in charge.
The a-,iortmnent of articles was large,
nii-vrellaieous andl heterogeneou,, and
mIaolt, a very imposing appearance.
Real -kill was displayed .in the ar-
rangetuent of the things.
A number of the young ladies of the
city volunteered their services as
clerk-. and nitde most excellent sales
la' lis-.
Mr. (w.orge R,,biuson. Mr. Z. C.
('liariblisand Mr. L. R. ('hazal served
all day, and Mr. i'. H. Lloyd acted as
When the do1,,irs c.loed for dinner
the uin of .n44 had been realized, and
at nightfall the $1(0) mark was reached.
S-ome of the articles left over were
auctionedi after supper and run the
sale-a up to Ill1'. The collection will
be adied to and the sale continued
next Saturday.
Dreadful Attack of Whooping Cough.
Mrm. Elleu lHarri-on, of 301) Park
Avenue. Kansas City, Mo., writes as
follows: "Our two children had a
severe attack of whooping cough, one
of them in the paroxysms of coughing
would oftenn faint and bleed at the
nose. We tried everything we heard
of without getting relief. We then
called in our family doctor who pre-
scribed Foley's Honey and Tar. With
the very tir-t dose they began to im.
prove and we feel that it has saved
their lives." Refuse substitutes. Sold
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Have you e,-n our very comipletr line ft .:: "
Goods? It is the largest and most c,.impletc a:--,'tn:, ',.
The stock is positively charming- vivid \itlh i.: -'
attractions in temnintne garnatur--- radiant with .. -

all the staple fabrics,

Ev'erytvtve that rt.t,4 up 1tiK.

magnificent high grade fabrics will light up ~ i:h :::* :-
carefully going over our stock we have miark ked c tIniT'. ,-
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Few of which we mention below:

Fancy Grenadlines, former price ',5 to see
Silk. Mercerized and lace-striped Ginglhanis. forn w-r p:..
Ten pieces Corded Manchester. former price -,.c
Flowered Mouseline Ribbon Tissue, fornier'r pric' .*,"
Foulard de soiv. :-.-inch, all silk and washable. i r .
er price 4.') to Oc ...... ............. .
Silk Spot Pekin. a beautiful fabric,. former price .
Tram Silk. fancy designs, former price 9oa.
Jackard Linen. plain and stripes, former pri'tce I t., ,
Twenty pieces Plumiates de soie and Broval. i: ;!. ; ,:
and figures, former price 41 to .'. .......
Dimity Satin Rage. former price 40 to S0c.....
About twenty-five pieces fancy Madras. Bati.t... I 1! :
former price 1"' to 40c................ .
5000 yds figured and striped Lawns former pric.. anll -
3000 yds figured and striped Lawn. former lpric. : "
s00<, yds :3.;-inch Percale, worth 12ic. only.....
HighlNovelty Linen Embroidlery Swiss. former rit'o -

(Over loo treninants of 1)ress (Oaodl, LEml
the original price.
White Dress Goods

A large and beautiful line of thl,
prettiest, choicest and most charming
Novelties of the season. at very low
prices. Also oir Persian. Paris andt
India Linen Lawns are cheaper than
ever before. See our 10. I!2 and 1 .'4
India Lawn.

Men's Suitings
Large line of Linen. plain and fan-
cy, for men's suits andi trousers, at
12' 15. 18. 20. 2 :1, ;'. 40 and .'Oc.
Many novelties in these goods.

Keep your eye upon our Ladies',
Children's and Misses' Hosiery. We
are headquarters for these goods.
See our 10, 15. 'O2 and *25. grades-they
are the best values to be found for
these prices. Also see our open work
lace lisle thread and Mercerized
Hosiery, from 2.5 to 50c.

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For State Senator.
To ther lmmeixratic Voters of the zoth ent.,etmt. a'
,!i-t t, of Florida.
At thre olicitation of manv friend l I i, rI.N
anniiuncce myself a candidate fr state ,?vmatr
-ua,,ect to the wirhe" of the el-ctors a, '-xprt-
ed in the. primarie%. W K. 7vwK. r.~a
For Mouse of Representatives.
1 ,t Member of LeKilature
1Ac hett-'lv announce Mr G J Str',zixr :a a
,.ndtdate for the houce of rcpre-'cntat.t- ,f
Honlaa %uliect to the primaries.

For Representative.
I I.rc.ev announce mnvelf a candtdat,
a -.I of reprrE-ntatives from M.anon co 'itv
*ab, rtc to the atta'n of the dit-mocrati c prr-.~ar
i,,. RK4 MONIa b. I.' I.,,. K

For Representative.
I bereby announce myself a candidate fur the
bhuue of representatives from Marion county.
.'abect to the action of the democratic primar-
ae.. JoHN B. Fr.ova.
For State Senator.
I hereby announce that I will be a candidate -tart senator in this district before the next
,''tum,.ratut primarie<. W J. CHAM.LL.R.


O0e of the Most Delightful of Ocala's
11n4 Delightful Social Functions.
Si.. i l.:av- .I-.-i, niaty very dle-
I at' :at i l il ilili.isut .-ilterlaiituante -t
t I at i thi- Hi lhiitr tIil :jprilig hut
IIli*t- loivt"- iepEha 4iere lorilliant nur
Iut.e th,'roughly enjoyed than the
,tl'nee at the (hala House Monday
iaight at which Miss ISue Barco en-
to-rtaitned in hounr of her guest, Miss
Hc-we ie Ilnhani, of Savannah, <(a.
Mit,- Barco was very handsome in
white rorgandie while the guest of
honor was beautifully gowned in blue
0repe de chene.
Miw. Barco was assisted in receiving
and entertaining her guests by her
mn other, Mrs J. M. Barco, and Mr-.
E. L. Carney.
There were between forty and fif y
gu etat participating in the dance a-il
a number of other as spectators.
The music was furnished lay Pl'rf.
W S. Pike and the danminig \' 'i,.
tinued until loug past midnight.
Miw. Barco'es dance to MjiN I-" li;*han
wai pronoun cd the liwont delitfhul
fillietilon of the 'eaoln.

M*oolight Ride to Silver Springs.
IAst night the young p.' aple had a de.-
lightful l.lnici drive to Silver Springs.
The uight wa a perfect one for a
mo onlight ride, and the pion'v wa- a
Ilieot pile-aalIt ioie froul begilllliliZ teo
The trip to the springs was made in
two wagon. After the springs were
reached the larty boarded the "'Hel-
In" and floated for several miles.down
the beautiful and pellucidl water- ,f
the far-famed Silver Springs. A pi.-
nic lunch was served oin Iooard the
After returninri from the water the
young people went to the itrowwn
House and were most hoispitalbly
treated by Mr. aml Mrs. Brown. Dame-
iug was indulged in for a idhort wile,
after which the Iparty returned tl<
(<*als tired but having spent a very
charming evening.
The following were the party, h'liap-
eroned by Mr. and Mr-. F. L. Mcli-

Misi.en Aesi8ie Denulimn, of Savan-
nah, <;a.; Mary R 114, of .lacksaon,
Tenn.; Gertrude Pereda, Letna and
Marie Bullock, Sue Barco, Iva Staid-
ley, Sara and Violet Harris, 'Polly
Williams, Alice Reedy and Mes-r'.
q hester Finch, Tom Harris, WVill
Taylor, J. H. Taylor, E. L.. ^ott,
V. H. Powers, W. M. lktle. '. IH.
Lloyd. T. K. Slaughter. S. Jewett. J.
H. Mathews, T. V. Lutz S. E. illr
and Lee Miller.

A lazy liver may [le only a tired
liver, or a starved liver. A stick is all
right for the back of a lazy tuan. lIit
it would tbe amavage as well as a -tuj id
thing to teat a weary man or a starv-
ing man btecau-e lie lagged inI hi-
work. So in treating the lagging
liver it is a great mistake to la-h it
with drastic drugs. In nitnety-inine
eases out of a hundred a torpid or
sluggish liver is but a symptoms of an

Mrs. Sistrunk Gives a beautiful Card
Nf r'-. -iriwneeTa. S I nfri #.:I# e a"eu;aaad
3f'4ter1l~ay a rt #,rzaI,'I I flS'I I j ".iI

fI~twas on tt (.t t~ra" ;at t ?4

cjInfooratf. !tt'I l elIh ~ '
earot part ie- oever 1iriv'eninI i-
The I a veIV Iiomiiiwal.. riefui iYa tea
(rartaoa with it awtar- a-4 all k i i:al- ma

The wt' .t* wt -rt, iw-t hft tIw at- .-
little NMiaa,. Awiim.-'Atk-iinl4..\!.
lizlleack :ioal Sue Ate-

the a rlitr. Slw %.:a- !ok:1aK-I
Iv' Lpntifiill kjin :t -4'iak am:.1 \Ii
gaud ie w out i
The I& lit k- '.,-u- i;-t i-.
dining ro ill I vy N1- Ue-iflI,!, l'-r :.
where d liajani- fridi -loo, !,'%%t'- J
by N1rs. .1. N11 1Beyof~i ~l-
Tyding, and \T'-- E-tlio-r We.1t i,-.;
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Whist Club Entertained.

thlt- Young I\V 'i I;.'a *u
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auth hastiltat lhappy av (11t\r. .i
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griddle cakes, rolls and muffins.

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Tnomn-i Ri,'kardsi. formerly of this
county, i- setltiio out at i'atlize grove
for Mr. Flagler s ai-e di-tan'-e btelow

Me,-.r-. W1 E. in. lai anm d H. ii.
-Kagletot1 'hi.l- i Hr,,ook- ville thit
oattier day t-:-ilv won a retputalion as
expert anuilers.

The annual edition of the Florida
Sentinel, for .1r2, is one of the most
creditable put-lications ever gotten out
in this state by a colored man. It is
a credit to the race.

The weather continues remarkably
cool for thi-s seas.n. The oldest in-
habitant doe. not remember everto
have seen such a continuous cold
Mr. W. H. Bnu-. formerly editor of
the Marion Times, printed in this
I city, and now representing the Mont-
gomery Brewing manympan, was a
pleasant visitor to this office Mon-
Mi. F. B. Stoneinai, of (rlando,
made this office a pleasant fraternal
call WVednesday. Mr. Stoneman is one
, of the publishers of the daily and
weekly South Florida Record of Or-
laut, w ur spr an
('ut-, wouldd, burn,,., sprain and

bruipes iquiekl(v

heal if you apply

Ballirl', Sow Liniment. Price, 25
cent- and > ct-uts. Anti-Monopoly
Drug Store. min
'apt. 4+eorge M. Hubbard and ('ol.
John uM. Martin, who have both been
- very ill, we are pleased to-note, are
very mucti better. I 'olonel Martin
was able to be down town Monday.
Mlr. S. I. IBrinson of It %-k Springs,
a large turpentine distiller, was in
Ocala Monday and carried back
with hit two title horses which he
purchased fro)mt Me-sr- I.iddon and
Mr igeorge J stroeier, merchant
and ptstmasterat Oklawaha. was in
tk-ala Monday consulting the chair-
man of the county democratic execu
tive committee and shaking hands
with his friends


An automobile was traversing our
streets yesterday, and it was such a
novel sight to Wome of the county
horses that it caused several runa-
'a d it dirtM* ...r. U f a ijnn

HI-Lert'a Chill Tonic removes the w. a LIUa I L 'LLe U I. au JUI
caune. It cures and prevents chills generally. The automobile belonged
to the Quaker Medicine Company,
and fevers. Pleasant to take. Price to the Quaker Medi
who are giving open air concerts in
,Kct No cure no pay. VWm. Auder-
front of the Anti.monopoly Drug
t ton. I
Mr. U1 L.. Auderauu will put an ele- ----
gant addition to has residence this Mr. Ben Hopklns. of Jacksonville,
summer. which will make it one of happened to a very peculiar accident.
the handsomest in the city. The work On last Saturday while eating an or-
will be done under the supervision of ange his false teeth slipped down his
levi Alexander. throat. The unfortunate gentleman
is suffering very great pain and a sur-
Little Misiea Beatrus Ottensosser
and Car iddn gave their ou gcal operation may be necessary. Mr.
Hopkin, is one of Duval county's can-
Stends a pieic in the woodyesterdidates for the legislature and is a very
day The party was .chaperoned by ulargentlema
Mrs. Ottensosser, and the children ulargentea
spent a very happy day. "A neighbor ran in with a bottle
It seen as if we aregoing to haveoil of Chamberlain's Cohc, t'holera and
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Owing to the incautiousness and in-
accuracy of statement of the Otala
Star, and its attempt to make a hero
of Sheriff Nugent when that officer
was seeking no such notoriety, he has
been placed in a false light before the
people of Sumter county, and the
newspapers there are criticising him
not only unfairly but most unjustly.
Sheriff Nugent did nothing that
should bring upon him the displeas-
ure and ill will of a neighboring pec.-

The car load of horses brought in by
Mr. C. A. Lidden, of the firm of Lid-
den & ',ompsiny, i. attracting a great
deal of attention. Tney are said to be
higIh-steipI erw.s. food t-'arn- are the
ruili fa-hio iin < 1.ala

l)uring thit w-.-ek we vititlei the
l-4.foot well Ielongiug to Mr. J. J.
Bierman, andit saw what i.s believed to
be very -ir.ntig oil indications. Mr.
Hieriman firmly Ib, lie-v-., that beneath
the -oirfa te where Ie ha- siunk his
well there exi-t?- an oil reservoir.

Hon. S. H. (Gait-kill," of Orauge
Lake, wa- in O)ala Monday. hid pur-
pose being to buy a saddle horse.
Later in the dlay we 4saw him mounted
S.n a beautiful iron gray. He looked
like he was ready to start on his cam-
pign tour and his opponents had bet-
ter stand from under.

t'tt :his out and take it to the Anti-
Monopoly Drug Store and get a free
Sample ,if chamberlain's Stomach
and Liver T'ablets, the best physic.
They cleanse and invigorate the stom-
ach. improve the appetite and regulate
the bowela., regular size, 25;cents per
Ibox. m
Hon. 4'. M. Brown says that during
Ihi-. campaign last week that he
"toted" so many babies that it made
his arms ache. The honorable gen-
Stleman is an old-time campaigner,
and has got a hustle on him that
I means success. His hand has not lost
its cunning nor his tongue its power
of persuasion.
Terkeween Oil, the best liniment
made, guaranteed by Tydings & Co t
John B. Floyd, of Irvine is in the
city today. Mr. Floyd has not for-
mally announced his candidacy for
the legislature but his friends believe
lie will do so at the proper time, but
I he is shaking hands and whispering
i coithlently the same as though he
were a candidate. He is "catching
on to the ways" very rapidly and
shows that he+ no anmetuer.

Many people sulft-r titold torturee
from piles, the'au of the popular
imlpreesion that they cannot be cured.
Tabler's Buckeye Pile Ointment will
cure theru. It ihas met with absolute
success. l ii-e, 50 cents in bottles,
tubes 75 cents. Anti-Monopoly Drug
Store. m

Any one who knew James Young,
of Alachua county, and belonged to
his company, ('Company G, 7th Regi-
ment Florida Volunteers, will confer
a great favor by sending his widow,
Mrs. A. E. Young, a well attested
affidavit of his service and death in
the same at Frankfort, Ky., Sept. 27,
lsh'_ Mrs. Annie E. Young, Marietta,
Georgia. 2t17

For State Senator.
Elsewhere in these columns will bi
found the card of Hon. W. K. Ze-
wadski. announcing hinimelf a can-
didate for -tate se-nato frn'r I the
twentieth senatoriali listrit.
Mr. Zewad-.i's father s; i4e- fiom
Poland andt sought anI a'ss uIt in this
country from political ,.ppression at
Those who cheri'h liberty miii-st ad-
mire th,- Pole and thie example- of
Kos'iu-so ani Pilaski in ir rev,,lu-
tioniry struggle -trengthen oiur love
for them.
Like Hannibal, Mr. Zewad- ki's
forefathers were baptized at the very
fount of liberty, :tnd the love of free
government is tlh ii;herit:nr. of tithe
Mr. Zewadski's love of l ,litics was!
born in him and comes to him
naturally and he couldn't help being
a politician if he waLnted to.
He was first elected to the legisla-
ture from this county inI lS!6 and was



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re-elected in I and wa., again elect- BThwismi r ."-ii*O viI t. m e
iL ta tiv MBrImo.Qumis Tham
ed in a 194). the remedy that r re m' re -n --
He took a prominent part in the
proceedings of that body and '-erv-

He was not in Sumter county on
his own volition nor invitation and
certainly not for the purpose of seek-
ing and securing a cheap reputation.
He was there as an officer, sworn to
uphold the law, under instructions
from the judge of the circuit and the
governor of the state, and hi,- conduct
should have gained for him the plaud-
its of a law-abiding people.
Instead of calling Sheriff Nutrent
"the man-eater from Marion county,"
and holding him up to public ridi-
cule, it seems to us that the newspa-
pers should not make aa abject sur-
render to the men composing the
mob, who during the very proceedings
of the court, entered the court-house
and proceeded to terroize the judge
and intimidate the officers of the
law, including the executive of the
state, as will further along be shown.
Notwithstanding the extraordinary
proceedings in the trial of the mur-
derer, the ordering of an extra term of
the court for the purpose iindeed in
the very midst of the Marion term
which had to be adjourned the ex-
traordinary swiftness of the whole
proceedings, the wretch's speedy trial
and conviction, the mob boldly en-
tered Ibe temple of the law at a signal
agreed upon, and-judge, jury and of-
ficers to the contrary-demanded the
prisoner for immediate lynching if
the fatherof the murdered man would
but nod his assent.
The appeals for the ascendancy of
\he law and the preservation of the
good name of the county on the part
of Senator Baker, Editor Koonce. and
of Judge Bullock himself, and the
verdict of the jury which carried with
it the punishment of death, were of
no avail unless assented to and ac-
quiesced in by the relatives of the
murdered man.
The legal proceedings, swift as they
were, carried no weight with the
mob, inspired in their breasts no re-
spect for the law and no disposition
to uphold it.
The condemned man only escaped
lynching then., and there by the
prompt, determined and heroic con-
duc't of the judge, the coolness of the
sheriffs, the failure of the murdered
man's relatives to give their assent,
and the promise of Mr. Koonce to the
mob that he would hurry to Talla-
ha~see, have the condemned man's
death warrant Immediately signed
and have the wretch legally hanged
the following Friday.
It was a bold attempt to terrorize
the authorities of the law in its ex-
ecution, and was partly successful in
that the condemned man was ex-
ecuted within the time-limit fixed by
the mob.
For a mob numbering two or three
hundred persons to enter a court
house while the court is in session and
make threatening demands upon it,
or demands apoa it of any kind,
is a high-handed proceeding.
RIt is an open defiance of law, a
trampling under foot of our most sa-




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ed on several of the most imi
portant committees. At the last
session he was made chairman of the
judiciary committee, and when it is
remembered that such men as ex-
S'hief Justice Raney were his col-
leagues the honor conferred upon him
may be appreciated.
Mr. Zewadski has now and has had
all along very sharp antagoni-ts. but
was elected in 1400 by a larger vote
than he was in either of the preceed-
ing terms.
Mr. Zewadski is already in favor of
the dispensary system and will an-
nounce his platform as the campaign
A Raging, Roaring Flood
Washed down a telegraph line whi-ch
Chas. C. Ellis, of Lisbon, Ia., had, to
repair. "Standing waist deep in icy
water," he writes, "gave me a terrible
cold and cough. It grew worse daily.
Finally the best doctors in Oakland,
Neb., Sioux City and Omaha said I dIad
consumption and could not live. Then
I began using Dr. King's New Dis-
covery and was wholly enreod by sIx
bottles." Positively guaranteed for
coughs, colds and all throat and lung
troubles by Anti-Monopoly Drug
Store. Price 4k.. *
We take this opportunity oif an-
nouncing to the farmers of this and
adjoining counties, that it is ouir in-
tention to add to our established ic'e
manufacturing business, in (h-ala, a
modern, wellequipped Meat 'Paiking
Department to meet the olenmai l- of
this new enterprise, we invite the'
cordial support of our farmer-, we will
be in the market at thie openirug of the
next season to buy hogs paying 'a-lih
at market value.
East Fla. Ice Mfg. ',,.
Ocala Fla.. March 1st, 1'.,,2 .*. rm
The Methodists in Jacksonville wil
worship in McTyeire Memorial .hur, h
today. It has been little less than a
year since It was destroyed. It i. noww
more beautiful than ever.

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departments is now compl-te. :us t- r t- r- -.r ,* al .r
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and counters are all tilled with

Men's and Ladies' Clothing
Men's and Ladies' Shoes
Men's and Ladies, Neckwear
Men's and Ladie's Hosiery
Men's and Ladies' Nats
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Medical Discovery say: "We tried many
medicines with only temporary benefit.
It was not until we began the use of
*Golden Medical Discovery' that we
found a complete and lasting cure. "
It is undoubtedly true that Dr. Pierce's
Golden Medical Discovery holds the rec-
ord for the perfect and permanent cure
of indigestion and other diseases of the
stomach and associated organs of diges-
tion and nutrition. It is not a palliative.
It cures the cause of disease and builds
up the body with solid healthy flesh, not
tlabby fat.
SIt is with pleasure that I tell you what Dr.
Pirsr's GoldeB Medical Discoverv and' Pellet.S'
have done for me," writes Mrs. T. M Palmer, of
1ee.te. Kaofman Co., Texas. "Two veas ago I
mai taken with stomach and bowel trouble.



We see it stated in several a" o,,r
exchanges that Hon. Robert W. Dhtvi-
lavorn Htin. David H. Hill as the dt in-
*n-ratie" onintee for I 404
We411 do ola6t feel that the sugge-li01s1
is- aU ll U Napaiouis one. Mr. HIill
t.mauds at the livitl of one facti -i off
,hie deuiorNirtic' party anid Mr. Bryanv
at the other, anti with eitLer one a--
the democratic presidential nom'iitet
it would be next to impossible to unite
the two factions.
"If a house be divided against it-eIf,
that bouse cannot stand."
The hope of democratic success wit h
either Hill or Bryan as the nominee-
we fear is an irridescent dreamni.
Mr. Hill refused to support the tic';et
in 1896, and, if at all, gave it a very
lukewarm and inditlerent support iu
19t0i, and by a very large body of the
democratic party is held partly if not
largely responsible for its defeat.
Mr. Hill was impolitic enough to
write a magazine article criticising
the platform in which article he put
himself clearly on record as being o;p-
posed to the cardinal principles enuu-
ciated both in the Chicago and Kan-
eas 'ity platforms.
Mr. Bryan scarcely a fortnight a&o
criticized at some length in the 4 'om-
moner Mr. Hill's magazine article,
which criticism shows that there is
an irreconcible difference between
Mr. Hill's views and his own.
It is a mistake to believe that Mr.
Bryan has lost his hold tion a large fol-
lowing of the democratic party, and if
Mr. Hill should receive the nomina-
tion it is not at all unlikely that Mr.
Bryan will take the stump against
him, and with the eloquence he com-
mands, his magnetism and popular-
ity, the ticket could only be elected
by a miracle, and the day- of mira-
cleo, especially along political line-,
have long since passed.
It has been the history that great
leaders of parties have been turned
down those who have taken impreg-
nable positions on great public ,U-es.
('la Webster, 'lhoun, Blaine and
Bryan, all idol4 of their parties, but
uone were permitted to eoinome o,,

"The square peg in the round hole"
figuratively expresses the use of means
unsuited to the desired end. A great
nmauny people who have been cured of
dyspepsia and other diseases of the stom-
ach and its allied organs of digestion and
nutrition bv the use of Dr. Pierce's Gulden


advocate of uniform taxation, ear-
nestly advocated thie preservation of
the state's collection of valuable books
and the establishment of the state
His recommendations were many,
good and far reaching in their ellects
and much wisdom is shown in the ex-
ecutive veto, especially that of a bill
passed by the legislature to abolish
the supreme court and an "An act to
benefit commerce," a bill that pro- I
posed to divest the state "of all right, b
title and interest in all lands owned
by the state on water lying in front
of any tract of land owned by a citi- h
zen of the Inited States or the U'nited
States tor public purposes." By this
veto lie saved the state thousands of
dollars in valuable water privileges.
Floridians will ever cherish his
memory for his many wise and good cl
leeds done both as a citizen and an sO
executive, and his portrait as it looks J<
a oo-- ... ., A

beginning to concentrate their i.atte--
ies on this section.
They are great believers in print,. .o
nk and intend that every a:ili, wo.
ian and child in the state o Florinspl
hall know of the Thachlier l Melin .i
companyy and especially ito prl-pIra-
ions, Liver and Blood Syrup.
When one uses Thacher's ive-r me-.i. I
ine aud Liver and Blood Syrup. i i.
as the satisfaction of knowing thit
t has been tried and tested and hla-
ehind It the reputation t ,f a half-
entury of cures,
The Thacher Medicine 4 miiljptny
ave tested the merits of thie ot(,ai
manner as an advertising medium al.I
re well pleased with the results.

Chornle Brenohitis Cured.
"For ten years I had chronic I,rri.
hitis so bad that at tntes I could n1ir.
peak above a whisper," writes Mr i
oseph ('ffmuan,of Monttnorenci. Inl
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culpnts of the White House.
The democratic party, if it acts
wisely, will nominate for the presi-
dency a man whom both factions can
unite upon, and who will be offensive
to neither side. They must imitate
the action of the democrats in 1852
when Hon. Franklin Pierce received
the nomination as a compromise can-
didate and defeated the Whig ticket
with the hero of the Mexican war as
the nominee.
tf such a candidate is nominated
and the democratic party can not only
get together but become solidified, its
chances of success are most excellent.
We hope its leaders will show some
A blunder at this time can odly be
classed next to a crime.


The cost of the Boer war was re-
cently made public, and the figure,
are -o enormous that England has
lItein forced to make an additional
loan of $lg,o(tN iINto .
Ilut see the other side of the story.
The war has given employment to
EI'ngland's army of unemployed.
It ihas kept the looms and shops of
E:ngl iid busy in furnishing uniforms,
blankets, tents, wagons, etc., for her
The supply of s'.ddlt-, harness and
shoes has kept her leather factories

r'le U-10pply of food for men and
hiors.- has been a bonanza to the farmn-
er- in all of England's possessions.
To nurse the sick and care for the
woundedd and to supply theimi with
medicines and nourishment has been
a 4 idl-.send to many.
iThe war has kept the ships of Eng-
laud's ship builders busy in trans-
porting soldiers, hors--, mules, wag-
ons and all the munitions and para-
phernalia of war to South Africa.
Then one hundred and sixty mill-
imis of additional interest bearing
bonds have been a help to Eugland's
millionaires for the safe and profit-
able investment of their surplus funds.
Even in the United States the Boer
war has increased the price of horses
and mules more than onelhundred wer
cent. and has kept the price of bread-
stuffs up to the level of high-water
As long as conditions remain as
they are-as long as civilization is
what it is-storm, tire and sword, and
other calamities, must be recognized
as blessings in disguise.
They help distribute benefits in the
way of employment to the needle
woman as well as to the millionaire.
They helpl the great steel and iron
trusts; ships and railways; the farmer,
tlie merchant and the manufacturer.
"Thie baker, the tailor, and the can-
dle-stick maker" are all benefitted.
Wars make money more abundant.
They force governments to make and
isnUe money, turn it lhose anid keepl it
i, circulation.
Kven bet fore stated, a great

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Will Adorn the Executive Gallery in the
State Capitol.
Senator James E. Broome, of Quin-
cy, has sent to 4Governor Jenning- a
portrait of hisfather, Governor James
E. Broome, with the following letter:
QUINCY, FLA., April I'., 1*t2.
To his excellency, W. S. Jeunings,
Governor of Florida :
Dear Sir-I have the honor to trans-
mit to your excellency a portrait of
my father, copied from hi- likeness
taken while governor of the state in
18.5. May I ask that you will receive
and give it a proper place in the exec-
utive gallery? The picture of my
father taken while governor in 1S553
has only recently fallen into my pos-
session; hence its long absence froia
the gallery.
Trusting that you will accept the
portrait with feelings -imilar to those
which prompts its presentation, I re-
main, dear sir, with the highest es-
teem and regard, yours very truly,
J.M.-:. E1:. BK'OMes.
Governor Jennings in accepting the
portait pays a high tribute to the late
governor. The letter is as follows:
TALL.AIt..AS-r:, F. A April li, l-):.'
Hou. Jas. 1:. Broome, quincy, Fla. :
.My Dear Senator--!I have the honor
and pleasure to acknowledge the re-
ceipt of your letterof thie 12th instant,
together with the excellent portrait of
you father, Hofti,. James iK. Hroone,.
third governor of thie state of Florida,
presenting thie same to thie state, and
I beg to inform ).ou that tie same has
been placed in tht executive gallery
of the state of Florida and your letter
of piesentationi recorded in the in-i*
utes of the executive ollce.
I wish to thank you in ii e name of
the people of Floritda for this addition
to thie portrait of lit-ir distinguished
sons. In accepting thi- portrait on
behalf'of the -.kate I cannot firbrar al-
luding to some act- hatl i marked 4;ov
ernor Brotnle's aodliinistrali i,i. made
it history, left it- impress ii l th. future
and shaped for the good of tihe future
the economic anid develop-
ment of our state.
With prophietic vi-sio lie lo 4ked
into the future and in hii tirst imes-
sage advocated thie construction of
two trunk lines of railroads-- one from
Fernandina on tie Atlantic to Tampa
Bay and the othlir from the Atlantic
to Pelnsacola Bay. iThe need of unify-
ing thie people and making lihe comn-
Inon interest was alppreciate I by himn
and tie wisdom if Iris suggestion has
been demonstrated unnuinbered times
The measure that marked his ad-
minstration and that was thie most far
reaeliching in it impress on tlie state was
of Ilis suggestion, viz: "Tlhe act to
provide for and encourage a liberal
systeiii of internal luIprovements.
The lethargy of thle preceding years
gave place to energy and enterprise t
and the state gained rapidly in popu-
lation and wealth. lie was an earnest


The Pensacola Journal thi'lks the
Ocala Banner is distinguished lwecaue
one of its employees fought with 1,l.
Roosevelt on the sanguinary height.-, f
San Juan Hill. Ocala is itself distin-
guished from the fact that not only
did one of her soldiers participate with
Col. Roosevelt at at San Juan, but 04'ala
was the only town in Florina where
Col. Roosevelt made a public addirevs
on his way to the war.
Ocala also enjoys the distinetionl of
being the place where Or'ceola, tihe
brave *eminole chieftan, wou his
spurs as a fighter.
It was in Ocala that G-reneral Marti.
the Cuban patriot, made hi-, frst ad-
dress in the unitedd State- onu his rmi.-
ion to) make V'uba a republic. and it
was in Oeala that he made public
proclamation of that fact.
Ocala was included in generall
Grant's tour around the world.
It was in Ocala that the populii-t
party was born and put forth it.s tirst
platform to the world.
It wass a (.itlien of )eala who madee
the di-sovery of phosphate, and it
will be in Ocals that oil will be dis-
covered if discovered at all in this
state, as two) strong companies have
beeu in'orpo,,rated in this city for thti-
It was Ocal- that gave the fir-t
bouin to the growing of oranges for
pr. I',and i s everywhere recognized
a iie c'nventhon city.
OI cala feels proud of thie dii.tinct ,rni
her citizenii have won for her.

How's This
We otter One Hundred Dollars Re-
ward for any case of Catarrh that can-
not be cured by hall's Catarrh Cure.
F. J. CHllNEY & Co, Toledo, O.
We, the undersigned, known
F. J. Cheney for the last fifteen years,
and believe him perfectly lionorab'le
in all busineut tranMactions, and tinan.-
cially able to carry out aLy oiliga-.
tious made by their tirm.
WVE.T & KiTRAX, Wholesale Druggists,
Toledo, 0.
Wholesale Druggists, Toledo, Oh io.
Hall'- Catarrh Cure is taken inter-
iia'ly, acting directly upon thie blood
and mucous surfaces of tile .ystein.
Price 75c. per bottle. Sold by all
druggists. Testimonials free.
Hall's family pi!ls are the best.

An Advertising Pusher.
Mr. N. i. Haymore, Inianiiagr i f lihe
southern and western states for lthie
Thatcher Medicine jmUpany "of Chi:t- i
Lanouga, Tenn., passed through t Ialst
today in order to make a tour ove-r
southern Florida with W. W. Ha', ne-.
state representative.
Mr. Haymore will spend some tune
in this section organizing and arrani,-
ng some systematic advertr-,ur tf r
he company.
Doubtless there i, uo patent zlo.,-
ine better and more favorably known
o the druggists throughout the siith
ban D)r. Thacher's Liver and HI....t
idvertislng in car load lots ani jo-t

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conflagration is not without its result-
ant benefits.
See how abundant money was in
Jacksonville after her great fire, and
how busy were her mechanic-, mer-
chants, restaurant keepers and others.
I'ntil governments are more wisely
administered, red-bhanded war and
great disasters must be recognized as
the ipor man's as well as the rich
man's friend.
To keep the wolf from the door, to
stave off want and the fear of want,
even bloody, wicked war is accept-
If there were long continuous peace
in all the world-no disasters, no ca-
lamities, with conditions as they are--
the army of the unemployed would be
so great that it would become a men-
ace to our civilization. (
Yet we abhor wars.
Why should they be necessary ?
Why cannot conditions be changed
and made better? e



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Our burial Cultits.
e vitwg'tree4.-1i l y a ('fvetitiouj of
Undt-rtakeAtir~tnt Ho-teen, Mla~.
The ft-at ijr.- of tir- ureetilig was an
awlire!-'4 by URev. (;. %V. Bit'kuell. a
1 iii vertnali;-at eir 't 'gvedtj-
t i I ~ ~ 'i. -utop.,--t Fln 14Ae

SNo Place Like Florida.
The Puuta (;ordaa H ra!d W.c,,utm tihe
idea that men and women ricanii
find profitable employment and mak-
a good living in Florida,. mand rite'
the fact that in lSoul l Hn 1i a 1a mall
who can plow ani li,- e cai lr *:!-'2 to
I3 a month ill the or ime rr,,ves, piut -



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After Mr. Madden.

l Na l -i-f a l it 4'- iriA A- vial

WI II.'i-liijW.. e1 11(f i-e 'tera lit.
IS. o ari.i-: A rkts .. li-w-41 itt i( i -t is
1-if Fr id mx I li~- r~ Iutit rij

Third hI o!.- t maj i. r 4; at

.t ~* ~* mis zld it9v. i ct i.* lie i-tell-

a ihatnf g Drumgists oState

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N.~ -i -ad A ll).- I he &rare. lent-rt btltai
t~. ,%aa. h ,w*-i : t"H dit-re liti
merie]t 4 tfotInt" -ft-lit141and rte

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lit -I t Ii A I t l~ts airt.i t 13 t1a llder 0

Easte P~sarabl:Ie of hase Beautiful Flo

Ill -Airs

\l.I it- i ".-liW 'liin ulisersaltila ing.
K..--.. a l. Ii r.,i.t lit-ch -k ,f ;!ie gar-
d -iir in joyous, pnitence.
1-'.sr ki,di t !he- iii vi-.ers-, tt,,i'ma ir li man. foiioslil ana i
ti klit a- til e south widsl, iitiledrstanlds
t1, ie,', ati, a i on- whoi l 'oves all
irrwiiirZ thinaii will s(oop to i rui-hi a
it' i !emi i-h m'r, i thIr thuiim lest
iw,-r, "- -"t le';l- lie to relt 'iove the
-tnt0ll'--t -orrsw froin t he tinie-t blos-
-.,n iti hais great garden of light-
,:'t-al,'d -lar-.

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A First Class Restaurant.
Mea!- at all hours, 11': N. Magntlia
-.rt. t. it .#. I.. depot, everybody
art invited to gavf u- a call. Reason-
:ti-l, rate-. \W ti. P iKK :i;,
1-116 Propriettor.

Ocala Beats Anthony.
A.% initere-timt- r.mise of bas-e ball
\ i.' plvYd1 yt,4terday aftern.-in ble-
tw-een thea -<-i-al.t Juniors" and tihe

"'stse cosilpl-i-ntg thie ejoial tea nll
wi, : V ,y t. pI: Jolii Sullivatl. 4;
11A ry ltilloh k, It i,: .1,lin "lid
is ; 4 .-i-ar Rldl r, i. f. : .Fra k (.atte-, r.
f. t li a:l 4 ol-. -.. f. W ill Frierson. :;rdl
t>. John Julian. -. -.
TI'h, Atithony players: Stewart. c;
Neil, p: S pei- er. .. Swindle, 1st b:
Fulton, r i. : laimilton, 2ii2d n : Kelly.
3rdi I,: L, vell, c. f.; Perry, I. f.
Thie score stood -ix to four in favor
of the Juniori,
Ti'e tnlitt-t was very clo(-se and up
to the fifth inning, neither side had
nm:idle a score.
The Juniors exp-ct to meet the Au-
thloiysi on their own diamond on May

Professor Van Brunt went up as the

attending. of debate wa.- Reso-lved, That lialf an
"More rr-lngiion i. s.wcorn out of inu. education is worse than notine The
patient drivers in tone hour thin a negative side woiln.
dozen ministers .ouitll preach into in tht High school, tilhe -uti.jct was,
tlietm in a week. I wouildi to further,
.Rle-lvt-d, Tlhat te.\ books .iould hliee
anil o nit the prof-cession to tile grave. S
The loved fornim ouldi he given to supplied to indigent pupils. The af-
trusted friends aitd pl iced awtay. No firmuative side won. The paper. were
part :-S at the grave. What place so all interesting.
aplproipriate for the t-iual 'god. bye' as Tihe two deipartrentt then
inll the ione''
.-.. .. I thrown iwntin one anii Rev., I i \ Var-
Pneumonia is Robbed of Its Terrors re delightedlie lar- ia
By l,,I -y's Honey and Tar. It stop*
that raakingll ougr anti heas and h happy ani tiely til,re-s, aid m ae i
-trenitlliei!- the linigs. If taken in it practical iby the otTer ,if the tiultalj
tilie, it will prt-'venit any attack of up)n the 4coditinii ln- already nimit-d iii

IpIneUusiuia. Re-fuse substitutes. SoIld
by .\aii-M.up~ e ly DrugStore. m u

Wanted to be Buried in His Old Clothes. -
Judge Frtdtri-k Stump, of Mary-
land. rt,*cently died anti was buried,
tut not as other men.- t
Hie wrote his own will, and, amoiug
othli-r dirt-etions. it contained the fol-

S1)'1-gAted with tlie foolish display
;tlinisut universally nadt, at funeral.,
to the great gain of undertakers and
to, the deprivation of many families of
even the necessities of life for a long
time thereafter, I hereby direct that 1
tie buried in a white pine coffin be-
-:ause the woIod decays more rapidly
underground than any other I know
iof without any stain, paint, cove-ring
or other eumblemts of woe on it.
"1* directt that itr embalming fluid
or other stuffshall be injected into my
oidx, and that no funeral sermon
shall Ibe preached over it, and that I
tIe buried in :a suit of clothes I have
worn, as I .lo not see thie sense of
wearing ,hle clothes when alive and
being buried in a new suit when it is
oif no use to you. I desire that my
executor .ee that all my wishes are
fully carril-d tout."'

A Sign of Purity.
Iavariati and ltheinheit bottled

Foley's Honey and Tar contain no
opiates, and will nrot 0-s nearly all other- t'ugh mltd ii-'i I, -
fuse -ubstitilves. Sold 1,y the Auti-
Monopoly Drug Store. IIn

Clock Golf Contest.
The third clotk golf cortest took
place on the link- last Friday after-
noon. This contest wa-- for the gen-
tlemenl, being gotten up for them iby
the lady Nemnbers of the cluib.
There were twenty four partivi-
pants, each one going around the en-
tire face of the chlock. Mr. David S.
Williams won the first prize with a
score of 24, while Mr. L. R. hazal
and Mr. ('harles H. Lloyd tied for the
second, each having a sco0n of :.5.
Phil Robinson made a score of r26, be.
ing the best score made of any of the
boys who entered the contest.
Tea and ltdy fingers were very gra-
viously served by some of (tOala's
most charming ladies, anid tlie afte-r-
noonu was most delightfully s-lpent.

Farmers, plant velvet beans.

beer is the fine-t productof the Mont- all reports, based upon ac-tual expe-
gom.ary Brewery and is absolutely rience, they make the best stock food
pure. See that you get the genuine that can be raised to say nothing of
Montgomery Ibe r. Every label has their value as a fertilizer to the lAud
the red pilot whetl on it. Ask for it on which they grow.-NMadison En-
and guard your health against germs terprise.
of disease. Forsalaat all first class Plant roses now. vice variety at
saloons. the Greenhouse.
The Southern Educational Associa- PIANO TUNER.
ti,,n. of which Hon. WVm. N. Sheats,
superintendent of public instruction Pianos and organs tuned, regulated
for this state, is president, will hold and repaired in a first class manner.
its twelfth annual meeting at Cbatt-, Also make a specialty of repairing
.its twelfth annual meeting at c nhatta ne violins and guitars.
9.1...-. .. rpa'I' lualu 1 1 An excellA n tt : X' J ID-

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know it. p fss( s'-
Are %ou rc. :.
tired-out (ci.. 4 p ,

11any *. rid rp'2- .r n., -.en~.r
doc 'rm.
which any cr~c r fI
Set a-, 0-a'' t.-
ff a p~d'm,,nt S*' 6
gicn Af kidnev s
Foley's Kriney Cure -4iie
V"uaranterd. \ ir n t* k See
that you get Foley's. the guaranteed



BANNER SALVE heals all hurts but Cur id's woadus.

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-Dealers In and Manufacturers of

Yellow Pine Lumber, Rough and Dressed.
lFI' .rilr) f'eilifit !.",*' nri I..1 hi. : -. l rri l. i. \ -- ,. ,
'1l' m*r ll W oVrk arld I Ml ,n I. f .*,, -r i. ": 4''. '. -'
ir's'-. T;: a '.t*1 l\ bI h r4 I *g ... vI --. I. V Y
A I 'li a '-r ll r !' .\: t \i i i.. 1;:9 r ist, i .i nt fe* ** *
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(;li-- ('olpaiiy. Estimates and Information Promptly ufiFuehed

ag or. form-" he ..liS ZSted- : a!,.o earn the saflei i on tihiirg I,.tat.,
itr.' *"O' ir -u-tutom- it too gloom e fr,-ight -hoirers arndl st(ean ', or lihe
Mr. ei Ia-trlattn (h I s-- n- mui isi, re
eits-a ly in 1 t 1tc'atl Klan g l to il.54. a td y lotlin lii dtllt
,. ett .c i\.-l iii ll( tilie '!h ht l tl I n l it h -
dark .---. I i -.-,. p" lp lie thoul be inl'ma ing bo;Ats aid .-ar-s or li,-lpiii
I -li ed wti-lp d t, ti a : ilo.iep'ionl of lit-tier build hous-t s of vtriouii- kinil-. In :a
Si*~- IhIi,et-. .- iilrt- em lit- of niourn- little while hoe may learnii to ,pak fruit
iail1- 1 ili. ti1 tie I ,thi' ,of rittiaiity. and vegetables, whlith apy s anywhere
i, b htlubtil h wlou av.) tive given way to,
t. .it I t- from $l..5i to $3 per day. Cse ordinut to
r whLi'e, if aeny '. is required,.
M whii.h I s,, i, ti b i, ve skill and rapidity. Even a. a coo,)k,
I"* r I have ilittl- ispttliy f,,r outward and an ordinary one at that, he canl
v ml i ife--taiin. ( i mourn- deeply. get .5 or ni a month, It.-sides li.- 'eedl
tilig tht, nir-! year, l-hIt thie .e.setmi. anti lodging. Negro women niake 1
r ti. anii a lit.ti.t iht- thiirn-that i the ayrn rate tf advr-i'tisemenit. The a day anlt upwards, washinr ,lth-
er : ... dr-wn urta'u,, every ray of and do not exert theiuselvesat all. In
-utin-lie i iug exx(ludled., the heavy fact, there is a demand for all kit.ii
drapewrit-.-, tille -.low. nim-a hired step, of labor.
ent. the nethod-of o-tantly I, there any other secti n oif ttie
their, a t-alamnity to tihe -bereaved. are all
4i.- algain-l the tru- spirit of death. A country f ri ig bettr iitlueli ti
gel- of -omifort td.- not co ne in the for latorr? Everybody can tind plenty
dark. t to do in Florida, if they wish to). Noi
tha All .lc-ith for preserving) starving otr want where there i- ener.iy
i-al the lt-odly, x ch as emsrbalmiing i unless
l n i or industry. There i.t a .hai-ne fir all
I we fer valid rtea-on,. anid for a -hort trip I
,hlier air-tif-lt and metali- '-aket., or heavy exept the lazy and dis!,ute.-- rai3i-
th woodt-n one.a-. hlia,uld iwe abolished, entown Herald.
The nitorte tP-ril-hta le the ea.-ket the For .,t u is a- d ,ati th-re i- ii
better. Dlen't -liheat mother earth ,ut
of her own. iimedicine so detective :i- Ballntl'>
wer. Whether t)wt.
w "The time it. la-i-d w liten the funeral Horehound Syrup. It i- tht idleal
trli -ervice i- a tirite ',o.r theological dis- remedy. Price -'25 and '.-,t Ainti-
weet i'iv.-ioil A Imig. el -Ihorate service, Monoplt,y IDrug Store in
4i4ofk exctpit iupon "O-uie special l to.casiion,
*-ly -eellms to ilt in h bad taste. At the Ocala High School Yesterday
"It makes no diff, rence what thile Afternoon.
weather miay beI showery,ho. t, or There were debates at the Otral
rt o cold, a do),n spiin-.4 of horses,
n rrmnl nt i a i h I -High school yesterday afternoon in
arm mort-,or les., with their driver, must, -
under the circuretanei stand out- bisth the 4 rammar chtiool and HighI
i his ,,ide an hour A c-ruelty to animal. -t-hool departments, whii-h proved
we-. and a needless exposure for men. very interesting to the ,-holar, and
There should Ile a time of service, the visitors.
rie, known to the undertaker, that the
Si i i IIn the grammarr school lth-tubj .ct
P Tn drivers umight be told when to be in

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of wt a Seps.
COl. R. Brsham, ot Waco, Tex.,
ft for hbom today. He is the owner
of nvsety ares of orange groves
btreritg north Lake Weir. He has
empaeyad Ales Young to superintend
te pome week, aad wil spare no ex.
p-a making a amt clam grove,
e equal of anything bordering the

0. L. Tilon uand R. .Tilson, of
Fmaklin Iad.L, left for home today.
they have very fie bearing orange
growe, ad an hhy elated over the
p pmee tsof a heavy crop of oranges.
ITh frIty acres of peaches set out
featly by 0. 0. Richey are doing
Johb Farrier, a prominent mer-
ceaat of baruotte, N. C., is the guest
of Maor T. C. Hall, of Belleview,
oe of the "turpentine kings of Flor-
Mda." The major took Mr. Farrier in
his b y aud drove to <'arrabelle
yes rday to Viuw him his fine ten-
soe bearing grove. Mr. Farrier was
amased at t4 amount of fruit now
on the tree., and he was so delighted
with COndler and its beautiful groves
that hbe purchased two the
Felter grover of five acres and the
Dr. Kingsbury grove of five acres.
They are very Se groves, just corm-
tag into bearing, and now have quite
a qraklng of oranges on the trees.
Mr. Frrier wil build a cottage in
the amar future ap make Candler his
winter homI. He has lately traveled
over south and central Florids for
the pwpose of Investing in orange

gotes, Mad ead nothing to
him to buy a pove until he


badlers, whib, he says, ^ incompara.-
bey t prttiet emnge village be has
see i Florla.
Wemeas o.a Jewels.
Jewea, camy, flowersman-that is
tlwoer of a woman's preferences.
Jewew form a magnet of mighty pow.
or So theave aet woman. Even that
gaatest of al jewels, health, is often
ruined nla the trlenous efforts to make
or eavethe money to purchase them.
Ifawome.wril risk her health to
git a coveted gem, then let her forti-
fy berse aataet the inaiduous conse-
quemcesofecoulb, colds and bronchial
afletlts by the regular use of Dr.
o sIe .e't Germam Syrup. It will
promptly arrest consumption in its
eartylmg aesd heal the affected lungs
and broonhal tubes and drive the
dread disease free the system. It is
not a cure-ll, bet its a certain cure for
coughm colds and all bronchial troub-
les. Yoeon gat Dr. 0. G. Green's re-
liable reemilh at AnUt-Monopoly
Drg 8tere. Get Ureen's Special Al.
mase. d-w-m.
rmaer Farm.
Mr. W. E. Little, of Tampa, is visit-
lng his children at this place for a
few days.
Mr. Oscar Barnett, of Ocala, was
ealig here Suenday.
How about the young man that
drove six miles to See his girl and then
wouldn't take her home from Sun-
Meatrs. Lee Neal, Jake Leitner and
Henry Stuart, of Anthony, were in
our beeg tunday.
Will the Oeala base ball team that
played Anthony on Saturday, the 19th
nst., refrai from acting as they did
at the acoolhoue here. Boys, it was
fun then, but next time look out!
Crops in this section are very good
this smeaaon,bt the recent dry weather |

did some damage. Strawberries a
ripening very fast now, but the price
have fallen so low that the plant
will scarcely clear expenses. Beer
will be shipped from here by the lI



of the week.
In last week's article it should have
been Bullum Jones & Co., instead of
Sullivan, Jones & Co.
Ann m Halsell, of Jullette, is up for
a while ..
Mr. L. (. Neil, of Anthony, was
over to see his best girl Sunday.
Mr. James Milligan is fencing his
60-acre farm.
Hon. and Mrs. Henry W. Long, of
Martel, spent Monday and Tuesday
at the hospitable home of Mr. and
Mrs. Bufird H. Leitner.
Cattle here arc beginning to fatten
some since the spring opened.
One of oar best girls seems inclined
to go to the poor farm, as she is seen
quite often with its manager.
May, boyA, get your debating society
and your bmse ball started, as both will
be very enjoyable to Jrn,
Good for Rheumatism. fall I was taken with a very
severe attack of muscular rheumatism
which caused me great pain and an-
noyance. After trying several pre-
scriptions and rheumatic cures, I de-
cided to use Chamberlain's Pain Balm,
which I had seen advertised in the
South Jefteymen, After two applica-
tions of thi4 Remedy, I was much
better, and after using one bottle, was
completely cured.-Sallie Harris, Sa-
lem, N. J. For sale by Anti-Monol<,ly
Drug Store. C 4
Orange Lake.
The vegetable crops are doing well.
Beans are being shipped today, and
the tomato crop are promising.
Miss Augusta Evinston, of Evinu-
ton, was in town for a short while yes-
There was a colored man by the
name of Ike Clark drowned here In
the lake last Friday, and Mr. Colson,
a resident of this place, came very
near being drowned also, but was res-
cued by Peter Carston, a colored man
of this place.
Mrs. Jennie Robertson, of High
Springs, is visiting her sister, Mrs.
Mrs. D. H. Irvine Is expected home I
this week.
Dr. Wilson was in town the other
day and said that this Is the healthiest
season he has ever known.
Fish are biting well now and there I
ire a great many fishing parties on
lie lake. C(. D. C.

To Care a Cold in One Day e
fake Laxative Bromo Quinine Tab- t
ets, All druggists refund the money b
f it falls to cure. E. W. Grove's sig-
sature is on each box. 25c. 3 y
Gaiter is still 0. K. Everybody
eems happy this week.
That long-looked for oat crop is in
iew, and it is not too early for it
Ithl'r. a, peanuts, peas and other por. P
ions of Gaiter's main crop will stand
he test this year, and we can show
Lielon vines four and five feet long, a
nud may be small melons, I am not
Mr. C('harley Brooks, Mrs. H. A.
toesand Miss Ine: Roes made a flying
rip to Dunnellon Thursday.u

Mr. Joe Williams was in our little w
urg Friday. He will be visiting d
waiterr again, and soon too, I think.
Ob. my! what a fish fry we had at
tokes' Ferry on Friday; it was sim-
ly all 0. K., so Henry says, and I be-
leve he is right.

A N OD Will sour the sweetest disposition and
transform the most even tempered, lov-
able nature into a cross-grained and
irritable individual. r
ERS If impatience or fault-finding are
II ever excusable it is when the body is
R EJ tortured by an eating and painful sore.
It is truly discouraging to find after
Meats t diget and faithful use of external remedies that the place
em asr ds aat. angry and offensive as ever. Every chronic sore, no
aUr -ea wh part of the body it comes, is an evidence of some previous
c.nea~ otal or ganic trouble, and that the dregs of these diseases
sena is i qtem; or, itmay be that some long hidden poison-perhaps
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Stops the Cough and Works
laxative Bromo Quiuine
cure a cold in one day. No
pty. Price '25 cents.
Raymond B. Bullock.

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Mr. Raymond B. Bullock, who ihas
established a splendid reputation at
he O(ala bar, through his own etfirts,
both as a civil and a criminal lawyer,
will enter the political arena this
year and make the race for the lower
house 4of the legislature
Mr. Bullock is a native of this city
nd was born since the civil war. He
s a son of (Gen. Robert Buliock, and
wing to the prominence of his father
nd brother, Judge W. S. Bulock, in
4olitic has modestly heretofore kept
n the background an now obtains
is consent only at the earnest solicit-
tion of a large nunmter of friends.
Mr. Bullock is a close student, am-
itious, and if elected we believe will
ake a prominent part in the legisla-
ure, and will reflect credit not only
pon himself but upon his county as
He will address the people in joint
eoate with others who are running
br the same office, and as he is very
6rceful in the use of language and
ossesses a magnetic personalty he
will make a very fine impression.
8. J. Strozler a Candidate.
The citizens of Blitchton district,
rmong whom Mr. (ieorge J, Strozier
as lived for the past ten years, an-
ounce him a candidate for the
When a man lives so) as to gain the
nfildence and esteem of an entire
immunity he could scarcely ask for
better recommendation.
Mr. Strozier has been reading clerk
th ak Au a "a-: .Q.N .. .U.%"Q.. 2 ma





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Spring Park.
Mrs. Peter Johnson has sold all her
real estate and personal property here
and has left for Birmingham, Ala.,
where she will make her home with
her daughter, Mrs. H. Whitamore.
Hon. J. C. French, wife and Mrs.
T. Tarbell, after rusticating for a week
at Tangerine, have returned to the
Park very much pleased with their
Rev. I. Ogle occupied the pulpit of
the M. E. church Sunlay morning.
J. W. Pratt and wire have -ecured
passage for West Hanover, Mass., and
will leave Thursday to make connec-
tions with the Clyde Line steamer Al-
gonquin, which leaves Jacksonville on
Friday for Boston. ('rCTIZN.

Seven Years in Bed.
"Will wonders ever cease?" Inquire
the freinds of Mrs. L. Pease, of Law-
rence, Kan. They knew she had been
unable to leave her bed in seven years
on account of liver and kidney trouble,
nervous lpromtration and general debil-
ity, but "three bottles oftElectric Bit.
ters enabled me to walk," she writes,
"and in three months I felt like a new
person." Women suffering from head-
ache, backache, nervousness, sleepless-
ness, melancholy, fainting and dizzy
spells will final it a priceless ble-sing.
Try it. satisfactionn guaranteed" by
A nti-Monopol yDrug Store.l hnly fec.
A Remarkable Woman.
To the E.dtot *osf the Hainn-i
Mrs. Charlotte Leitner, #of Griner
Farm, Marion county. Fla., passed her
.S:d birthday February IE, 1. 92. She
was married at the age of 14 years,
gave birth to ten children, reared nine
to manhood and wo.-anhood, who,
like their mother, married in early
life. She has fifty eight living grand-
children and fifty living great-grand-
children. Says it would require time
to count the number of deaths of her
grandchildren and great-grandchil-
dren not included in the above, which
is approximately Lhirty. She is still
physically active and mentally vigor-
ous, reads without glasses, and does
not feel herself too ohl or learned to
attend Sunday-school regularly as a
scholar. Her mother died at the age
of 92 and her great-grandmother at
the age of 115 years. H. W. LONi.


Only the best
material goes

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

than by any other bakery in town.




o Whom it May Concern I
We, the undersigned members of
e McEachern Lumber Company, of
ne, Marion county. Fla., have this
ay sold to McEachern Lumber Com.
ny all our interest In said company,
e McEachern Lumber Company as-
minr all liabilities and all Kill ...





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Wellkia,.,,.,40f 14Wlwiag 16. 111 1.e. 1. t.
1Demble Feed 4-tid-iii-I o t atta *f ir
strong [axltitricake-4ti,..New IIaer
the b.%t 4e$wiaag Macbille 14' ltiA).

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A ni-vw indl complete treatment. consisting o
S.ppl|. t.,rn-s. Capsules of Ointment and itw
t.x,. I,. Ointmenet. A never failing cure o)r
Pile- t every nature and degree. It makes au
-pe'r,tliu with the knife, which is paiuiaul. and
olfr.n results to death, iunnecessary i i / en
duie this terrible disease' We pack a written
guarantee in each 1i box. Nocure no pay sx
and 1i a box. t. for Vs. Sent by mail Samples
1TIPITI0 Cured, Piles Prevented, by
GOISTIPATIOIJapanese Liver Pellets the
great liver and stomach regulator and blood
purifier. Small. mild and pleasant to take; es.
specially adapted for children's use. Fifty doses
25. Anti-Monopoly Drug Store- Ocala 2


TONIC AND VITALIZER is sold with written
guarantee to cure nervous debility. lost vitality,
failing memory. fits, dizziness. hysteria, stops
all drainson the nervous system caused by bad
habits or excessive use of tobacco, opium.
iquors or "living the pace that kill. It wards
off insanity, consumption and death. It clears
the bicod and brain, builds up the shattered
nerves, restores the fire of youth.and brings the
pink glow to pale cheeks, and makes yo|u young
and strongagain. 5oc. u boxes $5. By mail to
ny address. Anti-Monopoly Drug Store. I

Womanly Beauty
Sparkling Eyes and Bright Faces
Are therruits of Sound Nerves.
:ures nervous exhaustion, hysteria, dizzines-
headache, backache, and female weakness S-)
Common attending the monthly periods %.IRI.s,
passing through the tr in change from girlhood
o womanhood will find it a wonderful relief
nd benefit. It quiets and strengthens the
nerves. cleanses the blood, clears the brain and
ones up the whole system Makes a Woman
Look Young and Feel Young. Price, roc. \t
oxes $S. Swnt by mail to any address. Sold by
kntl-Monopoly Drug Store.


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Scott's Emulsion is not a
good medicine for fat folks.
We have never tried giving it
to a real fat person. We don't
dare. You see Scott's Emul-
sion builds new flesh. Fat
people don't want it. Strong
people don't need it.
But if you are thin Scott's
Emulsion is the medicine for
you. It doesn't tire you out.
There is no strain. The work
is all natural and easy. You
just take the medicine' and
that's all there is to it.
The next thing you know
you feel better-you eat better
-and you weigh more. It is
a quiet worker.
Send for free sample.
SCOTT & BOWNE ChEeists, 49 PeI St.. N V.
ix d i d oA t &a rugi s.

Toy, Dolols
And all Mends of Woledat
Coodo at h store of

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bmwa MA bn raiu who have develop-fyy_
v4 the wortd to it- prenent high stand-
ar4 of ci viliation, who have over.
thrwneempires maderotten by human I
efalgnemL Md human pa_-ionA, who JL Ai
as. Tplaad Upon the oils of all Chase E Sonbon's
rilaeid aftUoas the PtDndard of virtue Rohal ( Sbrf
at4 grmt Ioverment, who have de-
vvioped the reiurces of the soil and crt Sea I
dM to seeeem the helm of com. iet 1 H
m.etl Idestries;these are the meno B rad e ofU S TION minds
wribaoacy and youth were spent Brnd!
si er.e commualcation with nature M
out uoder the broad canopy of heaven g n 0d Ld the World-
wig ateh qve thlte fields and forests of d11 P ar Excelle----ce.
Surmli lifte. 'I he nolle-t characters of i 0 l
1matrs time, the men whose purity Le a .s h W r!
of heart mad strengthh of mind placed l| '
them toin the forefront of every great
struggle with which this country had -
to.. a"ten.l, and- whose lives are now
,.---,,it.t t, ite. youth of the country
Saortyf emulation, firtWhat Shall We at
., tofi- eVIt ofday in t)ie humble, SW
I .. (. itl"- <44utitr' lhome o(f 40 .-
.,.,, .e sio r- Tueie closer man is ,
6. I a9 li ,alVtivatiol of hiS aMind, the
,,. ; t: t.,. the ,,rer i Our Brands of Flour, the OBELISK, has -..ivn .
e ..~t an t heof jumtiae. the purer hisi Ago
'-.-'t an"tt~et stronger hi physical 1 universal satisfaction. Our trade has greatly inr(',l as'
6164 late-Ile-tual being. Ildo not deny ,
....:. ... ... .e b.ri on this article and we feel very much encourage(l th1it
saed trveeewved in 1our great centers of M
6~ out touit hi a fact. "-evert we have secured a Flour What will do exactly as it i
ie tme out by authentic statistics, Alway R be
, ,th. .ercial life of every iy represented all the time--make good Bread. Biscuit -I I
t. *foly mdi e A lnegrewive lky the oudo oB- o Ce
.. .-en.t s ooti on and i. Pes. If you haven't used it, just give it a trial. Stop 1) avi I ti,
setve f Sr i the country., so-called "best orade" that causes you trouble and vexat on i
tiher future live to commerce and tha y cC!
t... .tb ceotitr of .puiti:...0. you go to bake something. Life is too short when vo '
Tb.r asertiom has often been ma le-, p .
a" .t" worthy of note, tht OBELISK at the sameprice.
llmy ,ity wti h imalmslutely depen-h l vi -
am tie heoys of its own crea ,,nia- a
would i a abort courfie Of ti-me.
lie. l Use the Same Precaution in the Selection of Your
1Tl fault li e not No much in a w tv fm-
*o |.-bye-cal material an a want 'f

,,.- r Coffees Teas and all other Grocries.
A Liberal OWf. ON
,o..le ofm4*.i m s la1. sto9eaa4 Every one is familiar with cheap grades of (Coffiut~. atin kno\\ t.t
IAver la*kltet to any one wanting a o-
4.aihd.iydwin o"r4-ftillat'" it takes two or three times the quantity to make Coffee w\itl tl, m. I,,si(,-
S birmedy and a go em!,oe. deliciousthat
A.ti.'o' ymy drre. ,0 -e,- they never receive the delicious AROMA that they d(o in lu ii\i th,- ISI
"^- *""* 1- -I grade. It is poor economy in buying cheap grades of ( ,lt,, ; 11( I ..
n..r t ..,....,,m.,.ool,-. r. when for a very little difference, you can purchase the faus (,,I,. .u11,
**r Pti. |riuei|gl, ,,....,,ytetpulier..he ofti- Tea put up by CHASE & SANBORN, which has a:t \\wo I-n,'.
1 ,,hl'm .rd A.r I.n rakrald to aM.huool i. n reputation for their I)EI .ICIOlUS AROMA ANI)D LNIIFoMIT iI I I \, 1 i
i 1t l tiia killlsks IIsprovem entl u i -
a uidmigs and grounds, iant-re-ted that -
o-*tem.i. mliu it wet to work so elierget- .
lmlly that it ti, Sr sw. **ut it wa- alM' aw rdEdl a tine
flag fir maskimg the it 'la..wi'air for ^ ^T' W W -sq g- r W i^ l T g m I t T 1 ^ PuT I Y 1L V V aty whkwl in ti0
At a cie s llt' c ltieu,'N held at ti'
t..a a ha1ll Tu-,isay night thi- f ......- fo.r the ...,, e-iwa.,, e- But what you can buy 2 cans of Corn for 25c, and some you can get as
.,r A..i, ,,,,,. -_ many as 3; but what results ? More times half or three-fourths of the
.r -t n.ri r..r--.0. M. M. Corn is thrown out after being cooked. Why? Because its tough,
A61.ra...llClltor T. Ait. Mit h- coarse and hard. Not so with
4 .014i1a,--,,-,, t i .l -t-. Idge, TI'.Ac.Mfail,h
", ..-"," Royal Scarlet Evergreen Corn,
Mar-thl Fraa i k Pl Iot. 1
A,,.u,....r ..wa..ald for the While we sell them 2 cans for 25c, they will compare with any Caned
f.,l,.s nitg ci agtit tV thee ue;,jl-titi-,,, hut .m--
,, ,.l,,,."ll.ere ;,l '.. f, ,o1- Corn you can buy at 3 for 50c, or 20c a can. We stand right back of t mn
...-. and invite comparison by opening and cooking together. There is nothing
I %%. irt-o-t laid T. !.H111 lhave-4p
.tt th tract ,f laud ... so.e hul,. -,. better to be had than our ROYAL SCARLET BRAND of goods. Try
.l -...f"a., k"w :*. the-- -.- them and be convinced by actual use.
iaterr i.lantatiou. While Mr. HIll i ,s -
uaterated uaminly in it" turlientizne **4
h.f-.^ er. Mf~ro, iillfee it,,he Be sure and give us a call when in the city. We have the oodxis and want
wht4e 6ir a tork farm, ffor which it i'4 *
'.. .4i koMifty. Mr. .ree hal...,, A YOU to trade with us. Yours for more business,
umagmit Ue ('iarley Brown lots wet


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