Group Title: Ocala banner (Ocala, Fla. : 1883)
Title: The Ocala banner
ALL ISSUES CITATION DOWNLOADS THUMBNAILS ZOOMABLE PAGE IMAGE
Full Citation
STANDARD VIEW MARC VIEW
Permanent Link: http://ufdc.ufl.edu/UF00048734/00655
 Material Information
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: August 29, 1902
Frequency: weekly[]
weekly[ former aug. 25, 1883-dec. 28, 1888]
daily (except sun.)[ former dec. 30, 1888-]
weekly
regular
 Subjects
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 )
 Notes
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).
 Record Information
Bibliographic ID: UF00048734
Volume ID: VID00655
Source Institution: University of Florida
Holding Location: University of Florida
Rights Management: All rights reserved by the source institution and holding location.
Resource Identifier: oclc - 18660476
alephbibnum - 002052272
lccn - sn 88074815
lccn - sn 88074815
 Related Items
Other version: Ocala morning banner
Preceded by: Ocala banner-lacon

Downloads
Full Text











T'HE


OCALA


BANNER


m _________________


The paper "Of the lPe)opl, lo the People and by the People.


)(A L. .FL, '1TIDA, FRhIIAY. .\UGUsT 2' 4~


-III


r i'i t. i r l:t-t I't-Nim pIi,' w lae in t th


LOST



'-~; Y l~u r Orders for
Ba 6





~~~i ..bB LL. OODS..




ToIT 4e S




~~7!~f:~~F"RIIG STOREP' *'l,






dW ..0. -ow ow


I ~ 1i t1 1Ir I vUIa

.9449lha-.~ l'e! & a 'i


- 'I ..\. 1 v.!Is9 ti lt 9






I t.


I?.
* '.. 1 'I. v''! II-. tht!9 1
4 4


44 \f 1'9'IV ~ ~*i4'


4 ,.X I '.9. I 4..


94 44.44 9 ..9.~*....9 t~.49.4l ~
1499.1 F
4 9 4
4 .- 4 -9?. ''I ..Iabo ?, 'a,.,
- I' \ '..\1.''.4.1444.vir:I...'-I..'.
t~1
9 .4 4 4 4 .4..' .
4 LI. ('LI
-. 44 9454 4 -.
1 44~ 4 9ji 1! :41 I.~


Sri D F


Iww a I.,f


~. C ~Ilk


c r cf Fr; er


to S A L .r.


(9 9
99
':4. .:' '
I 4. 9. 4
,,9~ 9) :~ -


1' .*.: *
1 L: iX:.
44.4 \,, .4.~ 9
~.9,44 j.9~ .4. 9
4 9 14
1 ..
4,4 4,
4 44

Ii- 4 4 44944
'.1 4

4.4 4 4 4 4 4
1'~'
44, *. I 4
I 1.
(4~ -~ .4
III.
11:.. '9! 4 4
9 4 4 4


9 41
4 4 4 4
4 4
94 9 49,.
4 4 4 9 4 4 4
4 '91 ~I',
44
44 44444
I ''~
9.4 '1 *

tIll 9 444. 4 4 4


4 j .9 1~ ~ ,4*,~, 44
~ 91999114 4 i.., ~ :ti 4,4
4 44 4
44 -'1.11 ~ ~ .,*, '4 44 4 .4
4 l~ 4941*~ 2 : ~'i- ~ .,, I ~!*4. '4

4 4 9. f'I 99 4
9.4 444 44'4~t ~,Ii- ..*.14' I'. 4


4 .4 4 4 444449 94 4~4 4 4
9 .44. 9* 4, 9' 4. 4


9 4 4 9 I..1i' 4 44

4 9. 944 ~ 49~ ~ .1.'-. I I. h.'1

* a 4J .'l :9. =,' 1:9 II- '9'. IIA
~ l ~': *\ 4. ut ~1.4 ;" 4~


1:* *- 4,
.9 1
94 4 44 4 :


"' Irt


111. t V 11DIItii Join it-,



.4 .I.t Y!oir I it! Jack.''fvjile at







;ivvtIy i-14 (h'ii. .1. J. 1J19kisoI to take
-1i-irge 4f thi.. arratigenuetits fi~r his~
--jr A't.t-end W 'itt 1:1 F,1r 110s. purpiose a a ~lled
ll9iI:&fif tile cawjs Wa:! ieldl yester-
rd F 11ow dt a:9irulmllt. W1114111was Well at-
1.:Iq"I. 'teverai 'orrimuiiii atiotis

c ~ll~:imp und oi ethers were
t -i, !.t- hefunzera~l marangements Nvete

to;,t ilt, I' 'ii 1 "Aid er and ,1 I "sr-r. T t'w -

~arv raligeni(eiit''.
t'hit amtpIinss evti r.d a Ibeauatiful
11,-tini vervreen c emnetery', where the
iintovillfit n'w~ilIltake j'laee. The 1re-
MI!-liiid rt aci here this afternoon
it 'I Wlak, ai'i1 will bt- met at the

I'il, Wiltg, invite itil tlother Couh tr
-%i ito i.'ili '" ith Ithem Until loe esert'Led
(. t lthe ti-ta ll '.itiietitof -*hirk & Burmia.j
fulimera! 'd~irector.s. where they will re-
ii a illin charge (of a Lrua rd 4(lof ow~r
4,17' iII! f =x members of tilie
"it ;It.!. T it'diieral will take jilave at
-. il. n-i chuirc~hitomiorrow at 9:84) a.
"' ~ IIh. I h 't. R '. 4 W~ard, bishopl
v.. t. ti- t)fF. ,vjf, 2411(1 ('haJlain iof R. 11. L ev
cati p. Nd I V. V.X. W. Shield14, ecC-


.'ZU9~tt'
4 9 II.
.9 .., ''4
4 4
9. 191:1
It I 4

I ~ '9:
'4 '*.I.l' *t.:I9 tj..
'1 It I'' t~i


. "4


'I 9


I'-.


t' or, III (ih.vI.iato.
I .iSd. thle ("'4tfederate V'eteranu-
ti- I) in ter-4 of the 4 onfederuey
(i t,'~ Veteran-. wtil attend the
fonf I d, and the local niflitnry nutd.
I1"414d, e. -aliavt 11-: an estrOrt.
1-It i pei 4tthat lien. E. Mt. Law',
mm. i-n-iiIter (or the l'rorida (livi'.ioi

v, 1rav-, ramall y;nrts of thle state


* '~k the' rvt-ue-;t of IR.E.. Lee camzp,
1, ''! i wilng inviltatio~n is exteliii't:
4 [le mortal rvtmaiv:i- of that Ili--
t~n.rl;-it'1undt gallant soldier, ;ii. .1.
.1 Dwi .cOilo will Ile laid to Ie~t at

':t9, a. Ill. i.All 4C on fed crate Vtt -
91::-.~ 939f'9 Court&-drate Velera 114

andll .l*~:the le-ate, the' mayor aiitt1
wit, F I. I(\. 4flivjab lf.wueal ,niitalyl
1.11c... ald eail iumtiis :;re inivited 1,i
9 1.! 41i~e. 1I) 't~u II-. oft ItI,) f itlie r~al wi
4 9~:j..-nInif ll[9Imornoew5 Imper.
.I'N.illaniff-ity of V. E'. Le~e (Campi

44~ I '(O)U1111andcr .



"Nit-iny Smith(Chiapter,.1'. 1). (c.,
w. iH 41'IJIa tlo.1le"'ttim'rito .lack-oivilli9
1' 14,9tit,'U it at(tille liintral or (sell. ~..
41~~ Ii,* 9. k i.9911. 'Thie *ttip of I otfi .ler-
Mi.- wv* 9 aV '~ill.41-44o take -o aiu91C
4 it'11. ire iti 'tre Imeiziig -eotrei
., 1 i\%t i tit 19.Pw191ti,'the grave. I4en
Ipk- .,I..mam flte attle for jii-
4 'ai.i au. trIeqlmany orfithe 191.01910
'4 ('.91119-\ 11who wvre hetre it that
iiiii, I e,mvintI er t lit- ga Ilia titry awl
!.I wt 'i.-'plavfl iby the '' 'lariton ivC
~,, ,' !"'.Alt tH 1V119(il oth er-, tin( 54th .its ',A'ei
I 9... .9 1 Dit! i~iqskj, ~tlit-fore' lie Lheeanit.
t, t.1. o tPr tvtI, fre(titeiutly Vistitedi
49 ~ Ih: ci.. it- lie hehadta numbhet 9
wl- u arip-roa


4 9 t .. A ir

1 9. I. It,


NV.*, 44 44 4 I 44 1


Wjw w a r4 u,
11" %' 3n-Ill 11- Nrtwprt 0~
I, .:.. ~ 9.% It.44444 ate1 ~
lit94444 ri, n'9t~a


f A I : 1* .1.1. 11--.11 19.- iu t IaI t i 9 In5 9~t h t 4V
-- ~lV I ?il' ~ 8 1 1


- .* \ .~. lli i p9C~ lietitk


n1 t9. I


449 .4 -9...

4 44
441 *
4 4 i .


1":4 .
[iv it.
i '. fAt2-~


J! f i.9194t.9t \ 4




I ii 1- U. willIIgo dowviU
I' ~ li5''tt aue.Mr. Smuith was
a -. .tv tIiji ittil te c ivil War ant!
'4.,r- *th ht .t;h~eriner t- pay lhi-
II -ii9'-I resideI nt 4 -ranitt at thle


9.. ~ ~ ~ ~ ~ ~ ~ ~ ~ 1 449!: I :1 *9 44 .4, o the
'at ;V 449:4 89 '2tio 'irl


4 4. III *~' 1 ~ tilt 1

114. 1', ; I ;'' '9it'll- 4v


I u i ,r c K 94 whose l
lit *'1~ I i 49 I 4: P.%* 'm9t :aiI t I I
I~a~z ~ -4 *~ 4 i 91t-dr:19 9y4re-
19t~ I 1U4 i *9' ~. I 1' ilt 01 :31t'i .411(t
1911un'- of II i- ti, 1t '9to ,o 'their


Safe In Heaven.

~ 4. 11 (. 11, W e'4

Jl. A..1. I it-klsoa l~l de l-tC(1thi"
Iit1'# att 7 o'clock tin' evening of .A ngLst
1,~'', aZr s7 years and 5 flZoIthl.
Aflter tt n yvear~ 'ofjpatient -uffiaring,
t'il ding i-Apsiui ful Miless of liv e
*et'tk. h i-4 pulre spirit entered into) it-A
lomuz-d4-served rest, the ble-wil et st
tibat t'pnhure-tl for, ver.

1.19911 .row4.-it Pat.

L little Rocek, 4 alvestota and ('harle-
toin hiaher.,a please copy.


Two Golden Jubilees.
r iThe International
0OLOEN Typographical Vnion
,, recently held i t
JB1ifB0LEE jubilee session at

is iagm Cin, innati.
Mr. Stone, foreman of the Chatta-
noo,-a Times, and son of Capt. S. ('.
Stone, of this city, attended the se--
,ion and -ent his father one of the at-
tractive souvenirs, which was pe-
,.uliarly appropriate as it was a re-
mintlr to C'apt. Stone .but he needed
no :ulch reminder> of his own golden
iunhilee marriage anniversary which
coincidentally occurred identically at
the same- time.
This paper extends to (apt. and


BANKING.


We are Fhorougl!y CicaIncC; ;i~ :t '.:: gent lr)tersts
are Not Served Wheqt Bnc r M0a ko e'r:o' r to Make No
Profit or) Their Account,.
We Cordially Itvitc oci Po,;ii) '


Munroe


&


C~hdrnifbjc


Wr ikers.

Ial* i o, fbride.


FRATEIS IN SESSION.


District Convention Helc'
Yesterday.


S0 .. .:.


~,~ ~m*
.1 'I'
tar.
'4 7 9. 'Ii
We.
98' ~
9 I 'I .~


4.. I
I
'.~,t99
*'.~

9.9

4'St~ a
* 94~
eq
* 9 9


drive to Sil ~IN.,,


Izifftinto ;' ir'rand~


'vlcoto N1\ r. A. C.

MIr. Villimiau.....

nunti, atid T. E.*I ..
serretary.


(;rulter, 4d' N\X.-r I'.tknl
Ilarxirio'k- aii1T. IL. I~




I resid I-rt Oruni c*


J1140 W. Chi:okt! Ia11
stead. (omyijnittt .:i' r,-

Ak. I Tiguirm.




ver, (Od.. thu l2. 4


Octw~r .1gt AviHi, -



19 S11 tii. 11 1!
aII ot4' 9 l 9Itit Ir,





It,- o.1 1 I t f !v, .


Cured P9dy.






lit' :k:l I !;~Ih I .

tiwv It i~e*'~ :4



Baseball at C Lj r w ,,::
111 .O-A'ilI jt Lf.tywl ,I'4 ; 9 :, 9
wa%:ter Sa4turdyi I I k., [:,!;! .! '1.'.' t. 4 ,
teuiii 941 that rix.tv and ,I,-9' 9




'Aa..!.ett uI thto [I!&Z :,.'I ir
thetl!.''i'u ~ ~ 9


" t: A


I I qi


&f-4 ar?$,

4 4 9 14 of


4 i I~ I
I. '9,a'I'~
I. J
9 449
9.9


1 94 "- F)fkjfp OP R oss


IrS )'


Stvlcs in

Furni iture


( 4t


4


4. 4~44~4
4~ 4


* 4;.4~9~ 9


1 1 .F I j .1v


'A : 1 1


%I









.! IU.a

(arTroll

posyI ..


h ..io qthe
17 409 foubd


P tti .t N o. r I urnhiUIoS


f 9- ',


'I 'r. c fur.


04-ALR FURNITURE CO.PAIIV


OII UIAL 1k. I
II I I


~.


9.
4 4 9


0


r.
*9


sa


9 44 4


9 49
F,,"
ft eqs


4' 4


A


i


I


t


- 1


I


TS1'


I I


I .


_I


.:i


\
(
f
i












THE 4JUALA BANI


Th1,- 10-


'I Nil .NJA!IIrf-1I, :a auaght*ei.

.. I ai ': jusMt r.weivtti


1 ~ I~i~.ckrvturaaed 1I1-1











.* .. ri.


*~ .~ ~,*i jj4 ;.4.j .g; .,? ~.
a4. 41441 ~..x' *tt p. -
a ''Pi i'~ :r*~ ~h. .
'4 4'4
aAa '4.. a:4..I..


,44.. VP>
.4.


K ~ *j'.,.a~'t
4


4.4 I


2'.


'4 21 4tfr'.i
a~t 4 o 4rnt r4' ,









t %7 ~ I'









1. -4j at tile rh' i








I '1 Ie ack t1' 11"e' 'j. .;




!'oW hte -Ifiu..

%%H ..i return iI.~ .

* ~ it lt4.L -111 oi.0 1t 'I'


K 4 .'\.'1111a4'44'V'4 Pa '.
2 .41 4 ~4 *~4.1*t'# 1

.4 4 1.'e.~l- ,&t the .!:~.
:&;.1 ~ 111114.t,' I a
- '4e<~' *12 ~ III'

4j,4. **.'4I'..=* '4 ~. *4 4
-4-

*a, ~1~'' ~
*tKd4,~4', ['a .44
:g'j 2- :ar~T ji'



~ '~.* ~. K3 '~
a: .4 sat s~ .4f i~a 44'




14 1.1 ~4 II' !r" 1".
4'.
S4~ ,,a 44 *'j,4


'i It. .ti' I.4. 4. .






re thlit- t11r I4tit-1fIIp I I



.~ 4-. 4 ,-d
y1'a.,41.Ilt .

ar. .-a



44 ,- .'(4%Pier,


Baseball Yesterday- Result a Tie.
TwI-a l~lIgamet, ve-tertlay afternoon
lIL~ I", lov,41~ tosamn- wq,?apretty
I 2~:41 -.IP~~'tto~uiil ~ fairly

I Is L. :~' ~..- I .~ qitat foul f) I loo

.4. A 2-Iii.; 1? '4 iVo,. ..Dii-


a cra.1 Ft


* : .. : .~ a 4


- *.f 11..


I., '4
I.' I.!'


S I 4:. -
-. \j. '~v
.1 :1i4a14
.... *44.14j414*I

is \'~ .4

Lu...' 3 4 7~si'~ Ij~Jm.'4at..A2
.. *,.~444 4


a 'I.'
:, 1.4
*. .1
I. 44.5
4
1'4 a .1


a 4 '., 'a,'. -

a ~. a, a



i a 4 '4t.aa~'
54..' i's -
a 4 4............

4.
.* 44 -
a :j.~ ja ~ .
4 '4*
.. ..' ~
-

A vv~rd About the ~tatz Collegc Cata-
logue.
4 ,
4 a -. ;~- I.



a .4
4 ~.i4k~t4' 741.,'l4, L~L
4 4 .r 44.1
'.5. .4 44, '4~4~ .4 t4
4 *. 'a .4' .. 4 '4t ~:i--,,4,...

a a
a aa,~''' 44 t,4,,a~a* ~4
IA *.............A2.:... ~ a,. .'a

4 .3
a 1'. ..''' '~ 4~. a a ,''~ ) ~A.4. ~1'a 444


a a
,.4 '.4.
- a4a,


4,4,4 *'45, 44'44~;4 *.~ ~it
.41
.. ~, .a: ~4.a.
.4 ~4.4 44. 4 a,,5 .~ 4.'
.~,1,, ~:a'a 4 a,
44. .4 4


4'4''. 44.- .4 4,* ''41''
a.,'..


114
*44


a ~-
44
a,


.7. Big Sale.
'' 1. '' a -
a a 'Ia '1 4~ .44
4 I ... a,
a; 'a a ,.441.4J
4. 4


a. a 'a.


4., ',. 4
.4. .4 4 a.
4 .~ 4


.4
,... i ax .
'..

4 .4 .5. I .1
''a '~ I
.4
45,44 4
4 5.

~v Wool ar.d S.~.aig Noth'ng
'N a ~4 a 4 a ~'
-ii .' 'i\L a ,44~4,'
[a ~ a .~. 4, '4,.. 4
.

U
4i411a
'a' a ail:. '.444,

,4.. .4.. '~ a, 'a .
.5.,
4. *44 4,. -~ 4,4
4 .. .. .44 4
a 4 .4 ~. .44 a 44 4 a


Secret Marriage
!I';- C4{ .2'-''Y Ch:- .':v at)l-

A''a '
I. \ a :2 4A I .* v t \ v



* a~4 ~ o v4






i~Xti ~':~I.P1:w1CTablets
44' 'a~j~a .. ~ .ills
:4 .:4~.''aI.~4a pas one: d4'e



*'I'; a:' v-I*114Ate. 't.


ST(TE FAIR NOTES.


',ox% that polities inhve *'~l 1
all get to work to t1'o F1"'z.!:i 1
ar-'ftt-t fair ever held i i th- )th.


h-Avemade ib(-hl fIproplriatif4I-.
The others musut fallinto line, (w ii.
tors to the fair wiii not 1kho'4% of I'ia-a'



'file foll at1'4ll:LJ eXliftit %%illI -
ziiar-kt.I fe.ollt11 .. N. it ill thf, I.*rfi-
iMj~isk(if-Il Hapton, .17A lth.,
AdihirtmiQ'4the t- ttewill liav






:&jia~a~44':tiia:4- Or'thoir %X






Martel.














'4v .. N a t f -II







.4 -.0 i.1-. 'a-d 'awith14i.::Ow

I P- A- hM AVr, (' I4 .'f# Fet-11 d'4
:"It t~ea-~:a~it A lft' i fly i -1 11


B~r,). B. I. J.tI N I 4 i l, .






Ja(d~pt4 -.J a do 4 I vs41i t


(IQ-! W AQ '1: '. 1.1: .4.*








t N>e' Z- 41* 1w V4 .


i4.*. f %V bl.mea& LH- i'r, .v














tot4-A~ i ;44j-,

ip h i4 W tl r. ItK' 474.















wIal se. aV4"f t..urf 4at"! Mat'~.




ja~l. itI LI I4)!Z 1.;"I 4514i': 11.


It. f a a 4


Physician and Druggists
F.ai'si ,. Sturv#-or. a jpril11ai'4.4 P1!


14 t 4 ''N\t. Wt'e re f.154 k fA I1'x

1t.t' l'ijefit of tour 'It ipr a
i'.:Jere'i t4#~' (~&14 II j4
3ni we ti re' iela1t ')Lo I I-Hi;.'

ha: ve f'111-41 itatI!4 th" 'i? f-r I:

!iiau auiotlier )[Aer.- eI*2 '
D)r. G3. 13. Si!ytakx's phai-;
a .C''IJ~kEt4a' ij1L--'i.


PLET1CAL I


i 4'


* 444* '~~*~7


r \'a I I.e 4



a I:. ~* ~
4 '44~' t14 .114'
.44
t,.
,a s.~
5 4'.,
.
a 4 .4'



af ~ah
'.aar~. '4,.. 4 a.~'4~

4 ~1
'.4K' '

4 ,,

C a
1.
4 = .4
a~


4 a '4
4., 4
4..'
a,
Pa. I a




~ 41 -i'. 4 if 1.4 '4""
h~'z .4 eta
24 .V4'4'a 1,4~t!''~'.
.4 \. 4'4 a~j 4

K ., .a*. IK!.'4'rit I '~ r*

.a,.-i.
44 .4* '4~44~ 4...4.I
44 4~ 2'~ 1 'a. 414.111 1kCiA4~

a. j t.li!.4i~ 'lIP1 411//V



.4' ,'~'a lilt' 44
4 'alIt. 51, ~.


S-: 'r Farm.


r i 444rv~a



4.,, .. ., ari a.-:I aI IV






+-a 4 44

re'

* .' 4Are'akn



.11 illt', l


.u;a A-ithoony.



.t1.1. thiird1
a 4 ~. 'i 'u;.i~d by a

a. ,a a 44'44 P~e her










'p pe d Into Live Coals.
a 1, UI'!It-41 M V' fi Wt




tl41." U1't9(1i we after
a. '. .2-d. infullible for
4'* Iaiiii es Aand



Tried In Ocala.
k'1 al-, !:Ito (#I,'()r*:iuge
!~I~'iv f
'4 4 .4 ,.4.. 44~4 Bu4l hloc'k of
4 iaI attery on a
iii4'..ngn.A- tated



''4'~ rt ait-, v the


4vw~ww4.qv -IVww


We arc gu iii



c(lo1 out ou 1IuI, :t



AXnd hil


( 4,1


Elegant Shoe Stock!


]ri, "


( 41


\\'4t\ I ~' )


it


J.


M.


i t I


Y


-o -al -- -qlo




S. A. STANDLEY

OCAL.q, Fi'LC AIDA.


''t I! I.'
4~ *f* .

.4 a
~j,54


4. '1~i~ '1

.4. 4 4


Buggies, Wagons, Harness
I ~~~~~~ ~~~~.. a ,,--e Pm .- -,i~~


If You Have Anythir"'
In the Line of .


PAINTING OR CALSOM!MING

To be executed on :hAo-t no.", .'.
will pay you to see me oefore 0* ,i.'.
your contract.


NOI'ICIZ


PRICES REASONABLE

SATISFACTION' uPP. iE: WHITE OAK. ASH ANO


E. W.-KRAYBILL, O 'I .:I;KORY WANTE


Also agent for Grifin, :c'.n.;r'-, F'.
mona Nurseries.



WM. LAiR[D,


Fine Moss .attrcsse:.


Old Mattresses Made Absilu;.:y is
Good As -.,-w


SEW I U~.t:-tN








THRE NEW> '. S.


Double F( .s i "

the [teL ,. 4. .


writefor Ci U!t3~ 4


THE NlEW ROME 'N.IAu. III

S Uio .14.10 i. N. '. :


i ~ ~P. Ij)44,.4a 4


The Nagerstown Seo a mn d w

oi]; Cco. of Nagelstiwn. Ml


T. Wv. LUT'I'Z.


'), \ I.\


PRINTING MACHINERY FOR SALE.


j414 .1'~ I 'r~ 44
t ;! .N *iI 'at 44:4 14


, ,-,t .: -, 444


ti \tiro.~


gEh, AUGUST 29. 19 __ -




, heumatismLOOK READ!
S .;. ,. -


_ __ __ ___I________~__ __~_


rr


I


,


i -


* t


.


( )1:~


'i \ 4-,Ill (d


1


CTEEL















l'HE OCALA


The paper "01 the People, lopr the People and by the People."


C b.


BANNER


DOLLAR A YEAR.


(r EST COAST OF LORIDkI
I'1 I. .. lIRt ll \ .


!~dv~nt-'aYc's "f Ti0. tm -u. ~Cc't.:
1. 4--Tt.r-~ 5.~me ~c'~flt Act-I,. ii. I ty 3~7C
O Ictru.. F,~mci., F- c~a r~ r~~r4 -a-


a a '
a. a -

a. a a. a a a ,
a I.~ a' a1a I ~a a I
a i4a. -- ,, ..
a a a a,
4! ~ TI 'A~ .-. *ala~
lj. e' -a., 4,'.. ~- ~ a ~ a a
i. ~:. -
aa .aa.,. a. '. i4a a

a I. IA
'1 a -a .2 a a
tT..at at
1?.aa aa't-----------
a .~-a ji, -a ~:
.4 a a a
~1 -
I. I .1 lIa~. a .. a
I h--c 'I a 4 P. a a* a~aa .. P .: ti a a
~-ra::- ~t' a 4.:- ~* .~ 'a. -
t I :i '~ *'* a, a,- a a : 'a I J
I ~-- 4 .a I iaalaiaa a

a ~ ia:- I it, a-a aaj l.a
4 a ~ 3 ~. a a 'at
ii. '-alT: 74: a
lilt..- ItT.' ITi a..' a! a I ~. a



Sor'ae Actual Fgur~.
II a 7~a a!', 7 I
at a a a. -
S. .' *- a a-

'11' Ti glaaaa ~.a .. a .j:..a
a ~- a a 'a; a a -a \I'- Ta, : a
'.9 a
a, I a ~ a, -~. I .

I 4a1a a a,- rIl eTa, I'!f-
.1 ~ a, a a I
Sa a a a
ta* ~' aa *a- a' a.~.I.a,;t a -
'I II TIt !I!TI a a
I *a~ ~ -a ~ :1 '~'a ~ ;a


t *
I *


- -
\,aaaaaa.. a V, !~. -. -
a .1
- al ~ j.''a.,a. i-a., aT 'TI. L.a *
a.
a, -
a a a a
4'',,. ca4~' a a..... ~a
.~,. a
'a-a a ''crc. a

'aaa a-.. a. a..
a 'a!
h,lIa::.aaa-aa Iii I *.l.a 7a\.. I1a a
a lee-


,. a ~. a
a a I ''a ..T I
I a\, ~ a,,
~ ~ I a
I a. a -
~. 'i- :-. a ~~-n at '74.a i Ia
a -4 a a' .- : '. i 'Ia a' a a a
a a
Ii 4a.aa a -4Il'-~
,aa .. a a .4
a la-
a a .a a--at a .
aa'.C::tci a : Ta a *l.~* ,. a'-
-. l,\
I~\CtI a.. 'T.a'a I.! 4,4 a
I
a.,, a, .'~: ~a aaa *
.1 a,~ ~ .44 ala. ~a
at 4f~ a.44 *laiIa~ a -
'a: a alt a ii a.; a y a'. ~ : I a' a -
I ~- .. aX~. aa~. 4'.- a Ilai',a Ia
I't ,,.\;aaa.llT.a XL ..I U-IT'--.
.1
a ii a .jt' .~ TI -I. T a ~ Va .. a
,ia.:a,;1I..a144,I..ti-aaa.l.

a ;~..~a5s ,j f4j~ -, a .1:4 *T.
I ... .3
a
1i a,..a..a.~j 1'74Ia77 : ita'i al .1 'a, :at It' 'I
~ a,~l &. lt~a' L'~a. saata 7:

a I I ':Ie ~~a\ ~'~~'7g' Ijala! 4a a I 4 aal
-t T~ *a 44\a I I a I' -.' I .f 3' \\ 11t
a a.
1 ii 7 a.
~-i Vt .'.aat 9 a c a ''a 'a a1a41((g
'-a \ 7' i' a f~ .ta7f a,4--' 4'a ,::'l i-~:~~ -
a~4 i tIc- a- \abt';e a a a .
a *. a ~4 ~ ~ ~a aj
a a a at 4
lea a' :~ 2- pe-r ~ ra a a 'a ~'al I K-
a '~ ~= lIce :tIfl'aaJai I a Va-I flat'I~ aa~
a I ''Ti. lii i--it Ia I a, 0.-,- -a,! 0-' ~. .'a,' :~ ella -
ii11''

9 C I 4 4 a
~,. .'EIITTiI Ia '.4 ft 4- a cli' e I'I-. if a a'ia
-' I ~' '
I a~ *-t eOl I l;'~ lilci:c a 4 Il'Vi'i I L.a ataaI
al~'a. ~ gOa*a latialit ut &2.'2'sata a*t..~ii: !c--l to *a* IIV K Ia 241 a
-a a


* : *-


Watermelons as a Mo-oy Crop


a I 1 *tt,'L Itic' 0t, Ta ll 1
A.1 j*~t a a 2 'aII! (



%,it w l il 1


- ,~a a~-.j

'a A
Ia ;i~ '


v Ic(rl 'i a -. I


I 4- It'll
LV:Ilt I g1~, a ia-a
'a ~-' J.aO alt.!
en Ti Tag- .2 d
ia-li LrtI 'a~-u-
Ttli'h ~a *:TT ii
I i *:ii&. haax~.'
th.i- ii
aet 1hZ ti-I'll


ia rgs, untve -I isti- I t Iv.i114tl 1111141't. -

I la n l %a trcc I-t t ii r' Waen imi ~t
w11e hIiave a -t i:40I1 'a ~r---I"; TI ;Ii-Z

aIt-lcti'. 'th14 1.ri all:n -al vie--r111 onI:tT it
:41( w:. t .. i au-t.,.a ii,'b on- a t 'u I 1.


-V -~C-N r ~~--yCyyyVVI~NCNV~h-- ~r .^-V ~ : i I


thie pa'k iing i'.z- r li ivet'" f. o .


w uere a ltrIit 1 1 ) u ~ l I e! i ~ z l ilt ltv .

j u i t i ; o vi t A wS C c i i f r~l ( i f l J v e


a; q1K a art, cc4it ac-riwd ttIhit a.' l- 4.4t 1 144ii -
tun .Xt-#t .It Ba, )y lt( en a-a atIt'Dlz ay.
Tli wlit at-ceimiti y i7- teeming -with a
L~IZ111. inn.ia-6ugIn ro- perityt.
Mangoes. Alligator Pears and Guavas.

,Itiutultl t-, thet-vwi,-at llr mi-kisiii, fruit-i
freon a Inolit -,- 'andia i .1-;, NN.w ll a!%
fromi the -tandpii'tz tof anti e~all-re. are
the ItitmgK ll atr ear and a:wtv-a.
The m~ango ri en~iingjJune anol3ci lv.
It lia- 1Leeii aptly terna.' by many


zii-, wvi1:: 1 Ill-,~it, 44flumr p.krsfrom' tilegreat through vi-gtt.aI'Ie Itrti n" tile
tizw 4i 1' 1,f ril mi fthe 4* c.# 1.The fruit New Yo~rk I [er.-All:iys:
i* ()IA i -h p. t Ii c ,redomiii ilat- I' But, after all, as Mr. FHaglfIt--i lli
1il- I-li, li Igl~k"'thlat tof a lie (lid ni! -0 ~art thi7, trains for tWmrists.
91 -. egg a :hii i hmi t thle Salle Iize. Prolcably lhe It-rives ire .stifuc'iicn
li -Liii m~hen ripge is either a roi!e froim the' favt that Ili-& railrOU1oiltoerates4
1-411 o ~tkw 'The fkleshcing-, to a vcgetutyle t-xpres-4 whith i makes -4,
Iii d~2 i. 111I tivhere Ity rihetr, uitilt-,an hour. lhas thle samneri~ht fi

I i h.,I'fi.tlAvqo -tt f, ("I isjc- as ilkli a tlirou-11h train ito) New Yorkj
1,:. *\ .'i e.as tlit# -. !i~l ve.t i hlled limniitedl. It. is
Ii hi- Y ~k ;?I a*Ic'trLtule iii mi kc- tti isvegvlahk, train witihieltel lq more
I c e ~ a1't .T0 g iV'' an ft ~rci lily Ithan %vword- e'ai jt u4 wi 't Mr.
:4 it I: L. NV Pierce~, who Flagler his-.c(1,'it'fool-rttle FlK t 'ast (of
I~mi Itygatherk-d :iand sold Flo)ridl-t, -mil how lhe iAcnuLali'ig
*~~~r c .~2 -'. lialgot"., Wi i'-I1ihe thoui-au f' 4 or ,'-I)i ,ito)I 'n ak a iiv-
~ I: 1 I I2 t 21 Is a f ii~f4~ c',''t-1In '
ii :~n.r'12 77-" AStlLCt~ net rotturn- flouti A Great Benefactor.

Y,:.% id ..**t' r TI. J I lar4itev fr.ut lisi lly ~ilt4.-1!1 l on in a ,i f a A%.y I,, hay
ha't' or '41.raillf .1r 4 )rcV 0, :- Ic! I .( 1 (alc' t 0l' o niaua w 'h', c',a.


tit A V",111 I'sj Itar -sal-41 a api~iid and lfcarut. it twit h~f i t whao-e fi r-?
i*,TL ani f~ hit f hie!a 1-'t-tty thoullt~t'.t Ili lay are' of thet' naiatvlhcieuut


%ol-iiir 1,; f ia TI i irtI e a t. h I r t a ar t i I t
%viti~l~titt of i htv il andill-Olie asly 'lj~VI~' e! to) 41I) nIhill utietjv iand the
ii ta ies i -Acivra ly mi re. It Im-1wf u-k mau-4t 1w lt-ft4i-thiers'. But if it
t-11 11-a.criln id v% "a ball 4of yt-kc'til it-. I rte-ancl it is triie-that lhe will
.ti: e r e -osci iia thititi I m akes two) lIvijes ()f tgras grow where
I' ~efv 'x'ealiilm r ( c Only folie grew itefire i-a a tit'ifavttor
,intitii.,an~ ,aisfi_ te ap-tt. if ...................i...-, 4)1 4o


i I f a I I -.%- a'ttI l- hII14- !

.MICA
















a .9 IA








a, .1- 4 v, a I -









it Z, : n! 1119,14 -j

3- ... F.- .t



z; -c-i'f a
I ~' ~ ~ Ta a V








I~~ I. Ia ,w. I "t ,I a
an IV a. p n.* o.,7A'




111 I -. 'i. 'l~ T'l 41t a i~ t i ce' :11cc! t I j~


'11lf. triw, bita:rs with in

i-ilUji (--1 4t'U Ii woyield


eiptee~it


*o> p1 eit r !iui'hiel.
T. '- :.:pliadlilo i- aTruit which givrs
,,r[-nlse- of an ever increasing de-
it a!. I'nlike nmay of the others,
the t-te idohes not have to be acquired ;
i j.qople like it at first. It is
-;p-,Il a dii colored like a russet ap-l
lp-, ITlut tk* like a--sappadilllo. The
trl' iV ~A shapely one., and make- a
Vt( prti 'y nind orniamentali hade
tree. Tht'i fruit ships well and may
1i- ll:d ait nearly all scasonis of the
yver--th tree being something of an
eve-Tni.;riu 'I i- well as an evergreen.
e ltropic.il paw-paw, thie fruit thliat
clued l .Io'tph' Jefrer.soi of dysplepsia
ail ind(' of liinl such a firm friend
,of Florida, is wonderfully prolific.
The plan t will grow large enough to
pn-v i!it c1 and riplin fruit in la n thaun a

The Lime Crop.
No fruit produeedl ii this section of
the I :nit.d States finds a better mar-
ket thlan the lime. It grows to per-
fect ion here and this year's crop is
the largest we have yet had. In fact
thi' is the first year that the lime has
li,i'urcld iuch in the shipments from
Miami, but the young trees planted
four y(;tars ago are now bearing heavy
crops, and the increased quantity this
ya:r is quite noticeable. A great
many have been brought up from the
Keys. As a iule, the Conchs, good,
hioneat people, but unused to way's of
chminmeree, prefer to bring the limes
upl fioni the Keys and dispose of them
in the Miami market to the packing
ic -t--s.
The Qucstion of Transportation.
It would seem from what has gone
before that the East Coast is the great
garden spot of the world. It certainly
comes very near it. Few if any crops
ar-w in northern latitudes that will


n 1J.1% .J1 i .tJ, I 1 .1-11 11 91 "is t.li. ... i ,1 1 ...
ihon,- mu.t stain! the name of Henry
M. Flagl-r.
And all tie cant iand cry f dema-
goice politi,'ian< or prejulieil press
cannot change, tlizis.
irobably this statenimnt from Mr.
Flagler in ai newspaper interview gives
a fair index tio the character of the

"I -'< new thing ,;'to do) every day
down hlitr. I truly hope I may live
Io carry out at least a part of my
plans; I cannot live to execute ill of
tieii-. The growth of this section is
grand. Nature has been so lavish
that I feel man cannot do enough to
show his ailpreciatlon. If I can ilut
blaze the way I s-lall be satisfied. It
rest- upon others to complete and per-
feet the work. I could do nothing
save for thoi loyal associates who
ftel very much the sanrie intere-t I
have in t le -East ( '4ialt."


THE DADE COUNTY FAIR.

For live consecuti v-e years, through
the lilberality of the Florida East
'oast railway and the merchants of
Miamni, Dl)de county h,',, heldI an an-
inual fair for the display of her won-
drou.s products.
'The first fair wai h ill ininer pecul-
iar cirluiai.'iaiices, aniil w\v a revela-
tion e-veit tI the most sanguine of
Dadle's friends-. Each year the pro-
ilucts lis-playeid have increased in
variety, size and quality, until now It
seenis as though the highest possible
sur'ess liihas lieen attained. Eacli dis-
play has been a suc('e:s from every
standpoint, not only demonstrating
what is actually accomplished by the
farmers and fruit growers, but in set-
ting in motion a gradual aind solid
development of the county. This has
been especi-illy true of thle last two
years The immigrants have been, as
a class, those who have purchased
their lands,and are making permanent
and valuable improvements.
The fair this season has brought
aboit niore immediate and direct re-
sults than those< held in previous years.
There have been many sales of pro-
perties lying between Fort Lauder-
dale on the north to Cutler on the
south, which can be Iraced as a direct
result of the fair.
Citrus Fruits.
There has been more or less doubt
in the minds of many as to the ad-
visability of planting citrus trees on
the rocky lands of l>ade, but the fair
(if 19.2 has swept away the last doubt,
and those who have refrained from
purchasing on this account, and many
who had never had any idea of pur-
chasing and planting, are among the
property owners today and are pre-
paring to plant groves. The display
of citrus fruits was large and the
quality of the fruit was equal to that
grown in any part of the state. The
grapefruit display was one of the
finest ever made in point of quality
and general appearance. From the
opening to the close of the fair the
section where the citrus fruit display
.was located was crowded with people.
The Vegetable Department.
The display of vegetables was larger


The ent ire cli!-telay of v.eletaclci"WO
very retiiimalah.I, atail ciie Ili-it wball
icreat -iurgri~w to tile 1 rice ,,uiitwir 'of
-visitors fr-om ithe.more w-i,.Ilie na lti-
tudes.
Not only wi' that'iesreiiit :i.-ty 'of
Vegetaitici a&"iurjiriat*, 1hait I;.'. fi
4111ality of the proid atw. niw oma
exhii itd.-uaoa' raedt he ti- --u ni ty
Of tile i).Mle tt4imity te~iiao., t' vor ti,
gro~wnill0 anjy it.it-r 'seetiana. %W. lta r-i
the reratark 4ofteti rep. :e 'd % I. hvl
iiever seen sii *i-h iitoen01-* i.-Ol-irr
'File d 145)Ia3 titIi i-h I" itmtcwa, It-il.ia-.

tenthht' ill inavitioli-tishiatta, .Ilti@ r
,e~." til-t le. *I'li I- ii. .tri hat-fo I -h. wwcI
A uiiarktd-t j '.11119 i-i fyr (,V#'a1* 4:1

all kill-[-, tot land. -, -.1, Ia a-a I, I. -m

s.%A lt-A r ,iw kaw'll I iiit *i I h.
-7i04 17, 7.10 ''e~h m. go.I -. 44 i~
iiiim %%:I h gh d l ai f- at 1 .%''a -arfel


~IIn ludedII I l w i 1 Fa1i41, I a* ?iti.
vecgetall~atz.. -%%#,r#i w -t4lI, ,? % I I


w uldil ht 41 -.1 1. a 19-t
"l-arly 41!4.t ht.I e ..r I I
4iiaral-I .I.-i t Iicealth''I III. I it y

i.rril,wvii in -.anitl ga I s i. I lit ?t ag,.
mianiy other ,.xhihif.ts-f'thlii1-1-1' t
whichi eueg,,oi-tr:tt,..i tiiat M is.: .. 1
L1,114 hort lart,:eI:.;itteaItit vri.%ii .: ri-It
le tatA tcl -. Iil aimaiafit 3* .111iall aIi'v % 11.6

4.e(-ti''Ia%1. ''l. Ie i'A t I t- 11w III i
1wleec-of m iiiaihiau t h 1 Ii ri p -11 1 1li
lc9gem that w"111.1 111g.6k- '-, i1) iwii.,.




Thue i lomn.e,4ecktr.

The East Coast Newspapers
JKeeoiliag I a -#,'A iti ha11110,V.r iwt Ii
ofI tile PEa4t (cca-t 1il te' I rilat
pre-4~aq a lu l :11ari. a' live- atda t ite
awa~ke anad tlacreaachlyl all%--t.',ta Iii
%d ViaalIti~t~ 'tte4dpf I1.i r i14'Ofaj'I I. 1
i4 a l ist (of thetis
Stii llateo hIetll, --allIit9*
John uA. 1('rosioy. e-hbter inw iid lire-pr -1
St. Augustttine F img ea s. I... rIII'-t
Augu'ttire11ieloh;ahuinitir #"' lit r- awl
plroprietoPrs.
Tile Ihlifax Jomurn al. lsth.,:,a I*
J. M. Jolly, e~ioi cr still piclrit-girl.'
4l azett('- N ew., IayT'clim. I-a I-t
F"itzgerald, a-olitcir iiidol fireit ti aer
EKiot I 'mis~t Adlvorpeir~, I it i"vihle.
Flia., 4'. If. e itoltt .41i -c I mr ilIf *r-
prictor.
Tilt Florida Star, Ii! tiwm lliv, I is
El~iis Wager. .ewitit r an' f jr *pr itt 4cr
The 51elbicurne Illow's, MNkI*.i a.
Fla.,I; 1-: ). 4 hl iii *.edit~ict ciii r'. griv.
tor.
The Lake' Worth New-., Vet ed 1d
Beach, Flat., l xi \taA'.i -cil. t it tecrv
and4. prolorietor,4.

The Miami N-'e Ianta .Fain


ing worse every hour. Her lparrnt
were sure she would die. MSl.- hadl
become so weak that %he e turn over in bed. it hat t" do at thu.
critical moment was a studly f.r mae,
but I thought of('hanmlerlai ni'ole'.,
('holera and Diarrhoeia I tme.-y and
as a last resort pre--crihbe.I it. \% ithiln
eight hours she was ftelink nw-Is
better and inside 4f three dlaym ,hre
was upon her feet and itn one week
was entirely well." For al-e by Aniti-
Monopoly drug Qtore. nu
For Sale.

About thirty ar-rete flneNt vegetable
lands in Florida, near Irge 4 'leh.'
celebrated vegetable farming nar t(ala.
Highest point in county. Twlve. as-ree
under goodl fence and ready for the
plow.
Twenty-acre farm under fence in


I


4 \ .


I. *






9


* ?t*<


I .


Olk'ALA, FLf)ltll).\. F111DAy. AUGUST


__ _


:is w,%l-i hiHavier and more silubstantial
!foat. It i- Viiiiilly eaten like a (anta-
i,' (t, .. )aooptel front the shell with a
It i-, ii. after ilintviig been treated to a
lilt I -:al!, I pepp r and litte juice.
Tilir is nothli ng t more delirioius.
T''in,-, pcia:. Hiring from l10 to 25 cents
( -l.;. aid ;(l hundreds have been taken
T;,' ii i-igl' well-grown ti'ee. Thlise
Ir .-, fltie the iiang)o, sappadillo and
'nit\iv:>, re qire very little attention
aini fetrtil./iig. They simply grow
:ti iimiow ai aiiywihere-in )alle
,, 'i '!; .
I !w' utiva is of inestimable value,
titnl no whicre will they grow so lux-
ii iaitliy ori fruit so profusely as here.
'1 It aniava i- good any way you take
itL-- jii trin til- ,bush, raw or cooked.
Siili tir ithliout sugar and cream,
a >;tiIl, iin .jily, iuarmalade, jam,
i :., vilit'"a or clihe 'se. This fruit
it: i' piautliar Il itvor, whiiehi inake-s it
*i,. -*'! :'attil tlto s m(.nie people but
,-.re arc fle w ibut quickly overcomlie
it i-- ii-like. 4 ;.iava jelly is iu great
ni.t')i .!ll over the world. There
ir >c-v'eital -mail factories in tlhe
. .,illy, ii% n C('ptain .Situnioes, who
ioh< ietle- *)ie at C(ico(i:mit 4(rovo, lias
lie i .tr:uli. liu"y luilhiig up a line
l ',a.'i l l--a tradi e for liis Jfllis and
1I A a


(if f'ruit, worth evnts












NU~iAL '


THE UA.A BANNER, AUGUST 29


S- .- L ... .. .


-- --


THPI


OCALA BANNER.

YATUSK sAum. Zttnr.


4.
P. b\ -
.. ~eq4 ~

.--
..1


-I I L ai; lamP A ULF TO

~ i ~ IN' THE H ARIC11

: v~iW.11. kVMAI&F FOR~







;t .:t,i~l that -*marria1., ~ i.til


~ *~a*'vfo ilt IM all. fut

flHairtrilge and %If iJ-4liii
.40,)t, han .vo- 1toh lgi v*-n their
1t14 l a'itt-uinEt ;ter Ow Pitsatru
*~~~ -. .t. if ilt- e ula~ ftaorIli te ir-t
f *ilm' V 1-iit wlav wa- the Matter

'.-ii~aa~ ? I.. lie all



t I~'4I~awl it, halost failure,

i Nk:& l Il it- tingedy-tiw killing
.1-11:1119t 1\ tile l~ivt-r 'ofan Lill-
%i'tft-. which have recently
1.1*a 1114--14'e titit-, ought to he
.- 4Iiw I11 iorlet y en'iough for the
tutt, -r ti ~r .inie tilinet-te o ollv.-


I tit. 1, i:it 3t1i illthe WarmliPjoriug
111611011 l kit'Ar Cvi~enznn i said to lie
a'tr*liiai~iit1. Al~otu i thousand
*it '4orI~a tlM4 ilteheiSf0wid in te
*t w ilhnaitutiv.in t(-n-acr t.
P. .zanfr~li -vo o -''1(uvcr jeeq Ir



iI, Ii4I a.Eity ludux. whivii is4
*.(.1Ztilt' -tate fair ill every Jissue
1.,i;t1t4, take the exhibition a
*--. 0% rv'aarale' for its labors lay
I ~~,I:* g'itxf-kill -of the state Fail-
giviiig the advertising
t' i,'tai&'a to) the 4 'Y.alz Banner, which
I v%* it --Ue a --tate fair edition wt

:1* I :ilv~itrim'i- at-litinetit. Thle
'*if',orl~ist that the Jiournal wfss
*a ..4.1 i -ttznaterial titan that. It
-- A-, VIA 4 ig-ImlsitiE~fl that sinauhld
1t*i*. t&t41 If the B1aniier hadl
.1. *ttj~t p1 t*4) get tile adverits-
i. it % he itictttagt-r. it mubt toe said
t, ht -of attheflt? xi~ala jeer that
311 :iaiitur(.ri-aelti.- eotutuetids-
j .1--tir1)itIAit.uld give reviiewed


(.tigKndulrtinadcuef-
Uerikening drains, heals in-
~ re.- lt imakes weal- women
A v! k Atowen Nwell.
m..~ iod me f-.t'm the.
.. -F.t%%~in u.Gardner. ot Fgvpt,
tu. wJ I Led P ain IL1 (mtr met &"d(
66.' elln it0t-ceniftlI could not do
wkI 1hot I.'bit dowvii t.wash the
.~:?ithe. ir at -.- I wasso -ick I
r* *' and r':a yrd many time- that
21, '~ .2V .4I. 4(.-..a.littl


I


Iht. T-


an, Va-- of the vote for senatorr for the
twentieth -,natorial di-trict by the
committee of the countiess were final I
and the state executive ,committee
had notlhilig tto do with it.
B. 11. Tatim, J. ID. Callaway, W. T.
Week-, I'. iH. IN we anl .1. B. P.
Kolona-l, we-re ;ptl(- ilitedl a tconiuiittee
to (iiounlt the V')te anld the tabulation
of th t- -ame wa- a great supri-s, as it
-howed that iln the eeaonld primary a
tremendous vote wis polled. It was
a.'ejp*ed generally by those 1iresent
that the people oft the state were
heartily in favor of the majority rule.
The report of the conirnittee showed
that almost _.0,', democratic voters
tpartieipated in the second primary,
when there was only one office inll
volvei aund only two aspirants.
The returns, after being canvassed,
-howed that Jelterson B. Browne, for
railroad commissioner, had secured
17,.159 votes, and H. E. Day had only
secured -5.;34.
'poun lotion of J. M1. Harre Mr.


Prom i*tuday'a Daih


ARE mARRIAGES MADE IN MEATEW?

Notwithstanding that the good book
mays "there are no marrying nor giv-
inst in marriage in heaven," some
very good people believe all mar-
riages are made in the celestial king-
don
These very good people would have
us believe that the angels are kept al-
way s busy making matches for us
umortals here bI.el)w notwithstanding
the infelicitV that attends so manyll
ma rriages.
It eenis to us that this is shiftinlig a
great- re.spoli-iiility that often ends
in iunhapiit.- 3nd failure from man'ial
.-hoillders Ht to the shoulder-of the
ati.el<. and lilakini them blaniable
for a great deail iaf the miseries that
atillit this i- und.ii tli-e spherec.
liut i- the arguzie-nt at all te;a'ile
that marri:wAes- are made in heaven.
tial., as .all carried eoupits ar*t j tog.the r by ;od, that, tliierflore. iE)
i1ns1 Shouotl put th lem asunder'?
rTo make our nieaniui ela-ar we refer
to a .tatemienit recently made Iby the
New York World.
That paper ssys that during the liyear
lU.il more than tweuty-five lihudred
negroes and white per-,i.s were mar-
ried to eat'i other in New York state.
More than twelve liuindred liegro
men were married to1 white women
and more thasini twelve hundred white
limOn were inanried to inegro awelitei.
1)4o these goli people sanely; leli(-vef
that thee miirriage- were made in
heaven and wa. the work of the al'-
gels or of God ?
If this ontention ite true is it not
then *vrng for outi state legi.laturte
and our stati' c-urts. to interfere in
these matter- '
In the -,outh every state legislature
has plut its seal of condemnation
against these marriages and enacted
-tatutet making them unlawful.
Again-t the cohabitation, miscege-
natien and intermixture of the races
in any and every form the -iouth ha
set its face as -trong a. tflinit.
And in so doing the south's hands
have been upheld ly lithe slate courts.
Are 4ur legislatures :tand courts, and
the Uubldic sontiint.eli- lack of them,
all wrong ?"
Are then.i majority of thi- people of
the south misguided., and s.l sild they
withdr.iw all efforts tl keep distinct
and clear the lilies ofl demnirkationi
that Rln all-wi-e creator, for omte in-
silutil.l. piurpo.se of liin owli, indeli-
bly stamlpled upon the rae's.
Believing that miiarriages belong
F.)lely to the spiritultI kinigdlom that
"all marriages anr made in heaven"-
shall we ceti,' our tllorts to control
tiem lyv statliutory hlaw .'
And how abouthi those. plural niar-
Iiages in I'tah'.'
Are lliey, to,, made ini heaven '.'

Browne's Big Victory.
Ts e state denaaKeratic extcutivv mitiite did nothinlg Ihit Tituir-day but
,sai,..ss the vote for railroad i o.al isiii-
-i *iier. The cvnmniiitte lield that the


SGeniral Dickison w:as ,-a"- a ,'
age.
He has left the heritage of h i-
to history. All men will--l :i.-., in
the wealth of his noOif, i!li.i,'i,
The closing se liSnes of hi l if .i- ,
like the echo (of a sweit t'eie:li-tii -i.
Paraphrasing the words of I'.tri,- ,
it may be said of (General Dicki- ,:
"His glory shall never diie, tiw- wli, -i,
wide world is his sepulchre: hii- ii-
taph is written in the hearts of in! .,
and wherever there is speech of nol- !
deeds his namit will ibe hehl in ;.-
membrauce."
General Diekison's funeral will I --
preached by Bishop William t'ra i-
(;ray this afternoon at his late rcsi-
dence at 3:30 o'clock and his ren:ia il: -
will be shipped to Jaeksonvioie ,,.
night for burial.
The Camp of Confederate 'et(-i ai-,
the Daughters of the Confeledra,-y aliid
the Ocala Riie willl atte-ud tt.e fuii-r-
al in a body.


Free Speech in Canada.
.1-I Ic?* :.: 1()j, zip! q .e- a ll in British





* :. 2i 4 rt 4 *ill i4i \iIt si iet


I, ~ .*4~~ I ,~all F Ie i'll





1 a :I It 114


(I HERO'S DEATIq



General J. J. Dickison

Passes Away.



FAMOUS IN FLORID(I HISTORY.


After Gradually Sinking for Severa!
Weeks the Brave Spirit of a Loved
Man Is Taken to Its Eternal Rest.
Funeral to be Held this After-
noon from Residence-Will be
Buried in Jacksonville



A .t i o'clock lah.t i hrT! thiet -I, I.
thread which held tir- alaov, :;: 0!
distinguished citizen of ( r' t i I
earth was severed by the L-1-' I' :"*%*
and his brave spirit wt e- int-iy I:ft, l
into heaven.
His last hours were nimot pI:ea.tII!.
Almost his last act w.4 toi, ehi-p lxi-
wife's hands in his own and btl-- ,Ii
"dlear little hands that have ini i- : -
ed to him so faithfully ind -, ('. i:-
derly."
General Dickison was the im,-t ;i.(n-
spicnous soldier Florida contriUi i'< *,
to the civil war.
What e4-eneral Francis Marion i as
to South I'aronina in the revoluti,.-.-
ary war General Dickison wa t-
Florida in our civil struggle.
His name was a synonyni of v,'tcry
and every household fe!t safte ~v,,.n
General DI)icki.son was near.
With a single lcoumpiny aiitier U;.-
command he patrolled n.irly th., 'I.-
tire coast of east and ,avutli J '".i,.
and beat back the Cnli-lly Vs ,' i,,l1 :.-
they ventured into, the. in'tri r.
His forced march's e wa-i t ;
-his capturt.- were p.a:u.n.,l '. -1. *
excited with coLsumnitint il*" k '
his repeated victorie- ,'ver r1-:t i i -.,
filled the state with C i 'it ef
nlaitne.
His desperate etinga'ge it' "-L '
enetmiy at Palatka, Hlor-.- tili.-. :
the St. Johns rivvr w till li utt :-i!H i
a gunboat; lBradidock' -';rilill k \l-
sil county; (ainesville, No I, ; i .,
love, ,St. Augustinie, andigaiii ;at I'i-
latka wherW his gallant soia, "' itt! i'',"
was killed, was a rl-pttition ,f ti ..
same story: "Dic)kison w\in 'i .* r
great odds."
It was nothiLng unus ial f.; hi-
ctom aniid to ilfturle ialir'- t hIl(i
double their nuimblt-r wittioit Ih,. I. -
of a man, and during th' e o*ltiiiuLt:i. .
otf Ithe struggle Dickison iand ti i .' .in-
mand killed and captured uiii>e" tir,,l
ten times their number.
generall Dicki.-on'- ahieni. ", t--
were the most brilliant in I ih ivil v.i
and ai long as I rAvery is ap1"j lI'Lti,,
the deeds of iickisol antinl lii-' a.n, -
i'-ued will serve as insp.irAtiotn t4 in: ,.


/f 'I



Pure and Sweet are the Skin, Scalp,
and Hair of Infants Purified
and Beautified by


[a F- 0u- TIC(I--ucRA 1SOAP a8-
IV. 1); 'V Vl- I A()LJONTMENT, for
;b:. pllri f% ill"" ami(be-autify-
~ ~ -~~, i~- ~ ai-i1~that sealp, and
ha dmi~l:ir, for softening,
: I2 :, a .-aThing4 redi, roixll- eit
alt~ a i tho lb-pirpoa-wsof time
'- x1- I* eiI at 'v. illi4MlS Of
W, 2--- E ai: % e 'Sipin lbaths ~for
-, r- ;r a ~ l:!iililraxjitiota-, and
a ,'T ij .'-, --f- fira-tor o(4t-aniveljV wer-
CC,~ !.-~ t~i-~4rtativa' weak.
I'. ii '~-~ 'x --a:.t I &,JAtkeptic
)'*-2- *'. -I' lxothear-. (''TIa.1-IA
*C K- : (NIF'. S.upat 0OF PRI('Ka
I --I ( i2v.1di~pCin4theC4 .* 4)
C,'rri;ea-1cre~atment for Every Humor.
---. 'I- 4**.j ~lvIii'-skin (if ertaaato
aL..* .-- .. fte-11the- thicke-neaI a- tio'le.
( t i ,i-- i \v t o i t a 'st a t it l a ]l a y- i t e b -
-- or -.- i- l i rritati oan. a nd l (O tithO
1;, ( I' 1 44. ItF 41L VE N T tO C 00l1
it ~t e w -,rA British D epot: F. N a m.
I ~ ? (hf~ e!,;te Sqj.. L wia don P0TT an
--X ~ i t S ole Prop s., B oston, U- S .A .


T. MURPHY,


Macine and Iroiq Works,



IRON. BRASS AND BRONZE CAST-
INGS; MACHINE AND PATTERN
'HOP,',- MARINE AND RAIL-
POAD REPAIRS.


Eczema, Psoriasis, alt1

Rheum, Tetter and ACo. e
R heumT


Belong t,) that C ~~-
cause nolt-' gC?,111t1L,~
diseasc5. 'hc il1W
of poor lgtiali ,*,
tak-enliup b te .
th'it 00.e oIttrtiQ *'.:
Scriha~ble itching VfilA: 2..
the vChlIOW, wftrI I*
into'crusts and s, AI ., :! 1 .
andl wbite sczal's t:-I t`~-,'"
teskin tendtcr a
Of the 1";)t1l l""%'Vt*:!'.:* '
crack and IIc(-! i
consist eof in :ua'
thy face.l'i:.-'-





redie~e the :A1i'"".'
puxii.flr. Itc'- ,I:

We h~ii'ave an
free to all who 4.i At-jz.'4 1' *p


DR.MOFI Con k-





Costs (Only 25 ceals at biri stTEETHI%G [UK-
** Or mail 12. r!nts to C. Ji. MOP F Lt Y. U. D -. ST. LOUIP& N&
I haw* fosustDr. N-.ffett~sTFTI.l'-%4 g i a ?x~~I if tuut g
beyaateetbimZ child. Pev vs; e4; iv I u I.:w103W'-.A8-v-a I
XETIA,anj bcg-anate e-. 7,-- -j 4'. r. -lt, I'IIrn;-,* e- *- t 0*4 a
that day on he rVcupera.H?. .a I c, &t-; ta1.-1-1 no-2-0 041 m'
pleasurInfaaouueing its prA.'e-i U, m.) totsve L tj).; k n .. zoa. IAa1 e It 1496 6 ..4*
p~do4W" q*& A- I -.


CRESCENT WAGON WORKS


H. H. MFAO .S. Proprieto'


Carriage Buillitkiu~ Repalirin1g and Pointiq

BUGGY TOPS, CUSHI OFI '!"-i:. !-hDE TO oiloE
OUR MAOTT": v- ~ k T LIYIG Pgtff


A E.


91Lt1


F


HARDWARE.


Sash and
Doors, .


ago


Fr a rrninf
Tools. .9


Ready Mixed
Paints Etc .


J. F. EDWA- D

BIG WHIS'KIFY HOC


Gain(,,-vil le


0:

0

a.4~
o -
4.,

a.
C
he~
~4W~
*



9;
C)


0


4-..


,..Iof


- 4
I
4.


S


p $- -70 o


*. *114 1I






;-.--~, a-na aut









1, I.urI-,nta IHa r
i-' Ll rI rf~JSesaionTap
4'*Iji.i-ll? a ltl 81 f r.




I *',I I:-andt a i llii turn drew


1 1 .(' \Pitt l ie M 'iffrlabond.i


I


9,.

a






I


*1


z -JL-


1902


(sea
- q









THE OCALA MANNER, AUGUST 2". t190.


aq c 1 0t 1 .-.


Well as Met

Mi.erabkl by
Frotiiblc.


to di-Olr~ilutf we fertilizerr, wbhih ii
'~ ii ~ 1F-i~ bOI~ld pr acre', (


,. 14'jJ3~ 'll.J i t:1j rVI .d%'I'


4, 1 1a
If 1
It3 ~ ~ f44 ~ ,


Meat Will be Cured

For Ownrs ..


i '


4 .. '4 444
461. 4449*


:4'! 4'
4 4'2jI* 41.1
.4
4.4>~~*
.34 *4 ~.





4.
.4


* t '4,
F' I. 6*' with


* 16:.r' 4444.. 44
644 !. 14? 1!' 131
4 F. '4* j- I ii'. Ii 4
6 F. :4 lv
44 144443
.*' ti, ~?
* *4*,,*,
434
434
* '-4. 4 '4


-~ ~~~~ o.; f~7e r.


- --.. \ o -




Smaill crops, unsalable veg-
ctable';, result from want of



Potash.
1Vcgetable are especially
fnd of Potash. Write for
Sour f-, pamphlets.
a ,.M..'IN K.\I. 11WORKS,
l:. 'a :U .t., New Yurk.


*44----


V5rotco,%to :tl.


r 4-2


I


tilt-r~

1 1,a I I:s 634
tit mv4 4






.- ~4'' k-1.: 114 tit4' 1 '2 NU.jtt'4

4 ** I'*i..iit.1 fnotve a r. &?4i. &'
44( \ ~~ 1 44f L I fia.- t I i .~I
4 ..4 4e i '. n'l ft'v )r. I i t- ri i i:i:

4. t I 1 0 1 3tit- l !' I-t K "'

1- -'j 4-* ..- t v 111jt i .in-


h i- .]


*444 ~ 44 4 4 4j
'".4 t
4.1

'4 4%~, 4%~*~
a.
'-4
I'

~ .4.4~


( ~I i: ~ ~\4 I


4 4.4 j~44.
6'4*l ~:.I
.4 (I:. 4v4':I
644 44
4 4 4


111111


BES OLAD u14

~ ~ ~ ~ I' iij--t..'4 F '




E :s P,!'14. ..44 I-,-'.R6Y



M'CORMICK HIARS1,HINMACHI NE
*c 0 rVF,L.A y ..


'.:I~'-( 110%, 'KJ'I. V


't: ~; \

a.


ATITO1NN EYNS AT LANN'.


AT'l ()I NI Y-A'r-LAW.
;:, 4'.4v '~3 .-A g2.14. I1%%
P.1 (RIJ.A.


HUBBARD &

H A R D W


[)uiI~. S~VAI kN. Bs INI

1L A NVIC w 4I ~I I tI.:


'I






U


MACDOI

ARI


A(rII'1lI' ~\ 'Li


, y i' .


;)" 4.!'I,r. j'LO* .A


7.j,.~. >. ~ I4 .14 i:' ~\* j.** ('I's.



4 4. a I 'i ~. '1" 9' b~


I 4,. .4 1 1 ,


S .
.4 4


N TBHEIN V ~ I


:.~

~ (I I

I' lI'.11


Ii I.E '


: } I-


LAROES-fT" --LX/FTPRICES


Ocala, Fla.


EAT MEA


WE


I


/^ R!.'>)O ;,. ^STRI- NK,
ATTORNEY-AT-LAW.
i>.4 ':I4 4. 'iC !L,%V. ( 'cl. 'a. 5 4


ATT0IN!Y-.1T-LAW,
' A .A. :'- v 1 .I, 1) .'-..


liI\ -!( IAN AND ".' R.3I-N


''~6


9!


~( .' 4-
'- ~'K~ /


:7.74
^.f.

4^

I


4 4 4
444 4 4


fi ll i I

* l a lli
444.3 v


I .. 441 1 .I


EDW'A ./


HIl \4-,.


N T \.A, I -1,A


RDS


BROS.


."4rf- "1 6~{


4 *6'j14 '\
4. '4 4 .4


a I.':,:! .
4 -~ '*~ .4 4.4 ~4
4 44 ('
4. 4 36;- .x. .44
4 4 44 '2 3''!2 1.4 ~4 I.
''.1 ~
'.. 4,4, 444
444~4 I'4
4 4 4 44 (4 '4 .-r, *~
4 ,. '2. 16'..' .444


r.'I Ijm0ra"'l. e L i,..- a New industry.








4.4..' .~I!-4 V:4h:

it IS t\4' 1. t it
I~~~ i'a i4. 144'4 1'


-:11 i i I till- i.4








a it. i:- ti(.4* ,*0I'U'-




4 'i I I ttiill Pod4. ""44334
rl, 36 \ I331Z3:114:11It.
~- 44 ~ 'Dr' ugal :&3i 4'lIII4


1 ,t"


Does it Pay to Buy Cheap?

4 ~ ail I,-i l ~tt. 111t Nt )[iwanlt -f
* ... Ih.t iA -W*Hl-lieve andc ur-tet14
4 .. -,, v, '!- and *dangerous result"so f
*.:ift 144 i 1 utm troub~~'lesM. Whiat hall'U
(;to to,' t a warmer and more
- ~.4 1 41at114.' NVt'", if j446'1ihJe; if
4 --1 I'. yoru'1, thien in iftthxt-r
I. the 4431ly'retuealv that hua.


4,3


14
t


A .4
4-'-.'
'4 k''--:-
'~4t.44 ~.

.444..4-t.-


I. ..


444 4
4.4-

I -
34 F..4,.
6,
'4 (4 4
4 .4 I *
,6?44.' 4444 *,4
44~3 ~4 44
3 4
,4 q. .
33
4( .
*4~4 44
4.4. 4 4
~(., 4444 ~4
4 4
1' -~ ~..


*.:& 3;'I
4 '144(4.4.4 6'".

64 34~~
4 *4,~~4.~44 3I63.~
4 4 4 -
4...4 *.1141 1''i(
'2 ( 1 6 ,4'~'2 lilt.
44;, 444 4.4 46 '...~


*] .


6.. 1... IjI. 3'*
4 4661 13::3-
:tii~1 I
.. v. ~
it 4114 6i34,I
4 ,6! 444 '4'1.


D. i 0 C:?, A ge nt

0 F,









D~""TO~


44 44
6'...* 4444
'.4 44.-ti
.4 444~~ .4.'


"* 4, 44 .' "


-I ,, r i trr
A* z :I. 1 0). 1


:.Z''4 4 (hd r


4 C) 4 .


Jerry Burnett,


Merchant

Tailoring'.
Ocala, I l- ritii.

),,in ,-t ic '!,_,I '.<. .


I i >:!I~aSjecat


he Keyto he Cure




F ^


Chronic


Chills


C XT W 117,'
SPECiAL No'4:c-.


461 Frio



RGI Inf Oc EL6T2I .4Th
!P144.
44IJ a OE s' -..'-4 I
:fwfi


GROVE'S CHRONIC CHILL CURE
pleast aromatic bitter taste prepared especichy
composed of the following well known veget,;


Fluid Extract PERUVIAN BARK,
Fluid Extract POPLAR BARK
Fluid Extract DOG WOOD BARK


r ^Wh
.7-' -.:
. #. *'r 1
;?,-i
* .


and


Malaria


R ; a thin spiritoiolms liquid oS

-'c b1^MP*3NC Y ILLruters:


... .4-'
F:


%P&~\44 SH DARK
S~ %DPVILLA


If, for ordinary chills, a sweet -r ta-. ce- : .; .
the Old 25 Years Standard GROVE'S .AST.L.i Clik ..
CHRONIC CHILLS take GROVE'S CHRONIC CHitL C( i ,
chills that other chill tonics don't cure.


'VICbutfo
sc. hcuam do


A ten cent package of GROVE'S BLACK R.OO' L RIVER PILLS

Free with every ,_.
No Cure, No Pay. PrIc:, 50 ce rt.
Always Le sure i.: -? ;V..


-- \THE MASSEY -


SYSTEM OP


/ /


I'


LOUIS VOLK,

Watchmaker, Jeweler


Hubbard & M4acciuf


i 4


'*.



10-t








For



I it


No & 4


- ft..mmmr


- ~rrm __ _


~a941~ 1 I~Lak~~~~L~_C~.S;1~'~,~cc~


Ill


1


Iqi


I % 11 i I STI OV


"v% l, cK1I.!.


" *' I lI -I M -7,' i,\


l4arht 8. 401-ala. Uhl.


ICa



)
i

z


i. :::


' ,


*


:


.Ndow %adoopr L'or
I


p





Ns


I.


4 4,44 4** :4 .5'?~' 44 44 -


h 4 tit,4 I :1 11 44



44v i i*. A t I it I


I o4u444 q..4~44 1.44



14 ', 4 A 1 44.'- il ty ar t N- ar
t I- #',,Ia l ;114 1-.~t ili p w -1 -1 4, t i~ -0
!!It 4',!\ ,11.404h td:I, iis a-f r hit-m




4 1. 1'4 i tIi:-A ilt-vt ot I

4 .4 :. ~ :&t 1 X, 4 hat 11. 1- d. f

4 4 o ? I :~:o ~t~i 411 P t
444 4 ~r. .I t,,~ tI.4! I-



4 4 r ik rltr


w ~.I-~trj:. '7. ..L, a Ncw industrial.


4 4 4 LI ~ 1 l I., '4X 1 I 4


4 4 ,,. 4'; 44*44 .t











= :14 4141 hotV wrall 14i Vt



it'it

whic* ~1 i he pot.
4 s I *oI .. I :I lit- w ,tI Id
t. :t N :t II I. tl -,


9k o V I -o1 poI I a- it lt~l~s


Watch for a Chill.
I ~ 4', ~. t hlt44 is i,. tj.t4 lf v4oit



4 2.- ~ the -~hii. livrlotit-. li
Pt :j4-,IIl Itli !at i vc ~aq.ti-44I I f'pth





Does it Pay to Buy Cheap?
L" :i ~l. r i t it v for 4-.'ughi- and
..I v, alt l r Zlt i,11t Y4)11 wanit -'~
*i. :, Lt 'ha jt %il .'!e e iCV t-d cure tit..

att hand 111111: trmbesitI.. whIat Aal
*~~~ w 1 ~ t~arme~r and more

1,~ [..-;.I.,for you, then inl vittier
& 1Jtilte ('Il1ly retutely that Iht'-
I-1i ltI .4ifwt1:wedjitl all Civilized 'nounl-
11 ;tit i... *, .a.-r., *fllhlv t nild


-, 1 jt"


4.


44 444


THE OCALA ANlER, AUGrUST 29, 1902.


Meat Will be Cured

For Owners ..


OMIL4 41 W ll asMen to di.#trij~utfeIli, fertilizer, which Iw
~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~e acr ~~I3 CI ", w ~~~1I (t-., w
\ r. ~ Mi.-e-rabk,. by lfel.I jijz';..-


I ,. It*li~t' I '*' ill Jamin:rv "it




't, lit.









:. v

'A. 4 4 h


~ *plt. p
4 '44*,* *. 4
*44~ 4.*
'44 4 5 .

5' 5.44.1~ -
I .i .!**. 4
4.
.4 II.'
444 0
4. 44
.4 4 444



4'

"4 ~


1:1 ;4Lk(fIat


t rI


* 444Fr 4 I
.%.J f


4-
p


-- '.. 4'


'04 4.-
.4 4 4 4=~t
44
.4 4 -.

4 ~
4444.4 4 ~4~)
50$4 4 444 444 4444444
4 -44-.


Ve-tabe~garec c;pccia11y)
Sf-,n oT.d(f Potashl. Xritc fur
ou!r fi-eepi!nlphlcts.;

j New '4.prk.


Vrot cwt1 tonat.


T- .AN'4.~rN


A4'4~)~Ni'YsAT'LAWV.
IICA.- FLO 4 14RID)A


F. V .;4.T


A X


01 1.' 4 ''~ ~


BEST
to.! '~ 4 44j~ It I.-
0 p
I~I *f ~
!1. tii'.~1


toi


AT'1O I N 1I'-.'r- LA W.

1- OR I DA.


HUBBARD &

HA R DW


j:. ~ 4 1.4' 'I I ~ j ~ t p4j..


MACDUFF

ARE


S i '. *i


j I 1 :. I-


I N





NFI L \ I:iIKS \X'ii

ATK V ~ i~ 4


'~i I. kiNie

C' l~


\ F.!.. 4 *1 .1

4 *. i~


,W 14'C K tIR.


LARGEST


Z. I i~)K K---


Hubbard & t41at-ut'-'.


,A WE EAT


ATTORNEY-AT-LAW.
Mcpt~ 4a-.'4uc Joo0 Ocala, Pa. s42


(40


F1 44'


f)k AT.A,


LA NV,~I. i~I A


S i .' 111( ,


4i *.


BENS' 8AIERY


M'CORMICK HARO.El~~ Sr MIHINE
C 0 AdF AhNY. .


S ) \ i .


44 4

4 4 4


I4.~


4 4
*1 .
44 444 4 4
44 4
4 44

.11. '4 04'. :
O 04)~ '4
p4 '~


444
1,1''
* Ft
4 44 4 4 4
4~!
4444 4


LS P R PI CES


Ocala, Fla.


PvLEA. r
4 4. I FI~I

joi
4 04 444w
4. 1. 44


.~0P4 44444 04 4404 4 44


I f -


N)I'l


'"
#4 4"
44


44V~44J'4


:114 'n'. >\'4^ ,


4 'i~I


I'll N -tCIAN .A4%I. ~R.P

X. 1;l I.A.


)CT.\A. I-I.A.


444.


stalk--la! I


*1. I ;t I


I *.~, :~ It 44 104 I f !~Q~p
-4 0 .4.* 444~~4~
*~i~i :~ 2 I~# .11
t44014f ~4' Ii t:. I 494,,


%te*ll le~tj

t'tl if gay-

I-.' tIf0geti
I chotice.i

#-(I I-e Sidii



III li yq~ur3


RDS BROS.
(1it( '.l;trkh Oca;la;. l'la.


4 4; '4


4 4444w

44 44 44
0 .4 4
49~44- S 4
'4 rU4 4.1
4444~ I


-.4444.44-4.5


-II-


44IA41 4
4 '4 lilt,! 121-
:Ip VllI


EFR, Agcnt.


! :'
44 444*'


4 4 4


r. 1). StOC &


,lit' 4-
Ft.


c4 *. --,, .*


4 4
4 4 4 4 4 4 -
.4.:;


i;4 oA I .c4 i i


:-" '. a n ol *0 der,
S .** e



Jerry Burnett,


Merchant


Tailoring.

()ala, I l rida.
Fin,.-t lInI-,rt.,i ;>iii
]1).1n.--t i ,. ,- .


(4.-.I -I 4 .It


LOUIS VOLK,

Watchmaker, Jeweler
,,,r U sv ,*rf f '-i I


ihe C'ure
;.. .&,.,


of







Chronic


MADEJo'-
fo Er. 5 r.V
;W1 aLio..:
*Jf t4bi........




QUARXAfic[-C

PRICE. 50 CEr'rT
p-4
A MENIVNE


, 49)

444(401


~~1
4444j


4J



'*I


GROVE'S CHRONIC CHILL CURE
pleasant aromatic bitter taste prepared esprwecily
composed of the following well known veget-


Fluid Extract PERUVIAN BARK.
Fluid Extract POPLAR BARK
Fluid Extract DOG WOOD BARK


44\4

~ :~ ~


and


hMalaria


a thin Spiritijolis liquiWd at


44(44 4
44444


&A<:D0.ILP.JLLA


If, for ordinary chills, a sweet cr t.fascde.- i t,. ered t"
the Old 25 Years Standard GROVE'S TAT'LE CHl- I N-IC but for
CHRONIC CHILLS take GROVE'S CHRONIC CHILL C% URi which cure
chills that other chill tonics don't cure.

A ten cent package of GROVE'S BLACK R.OOT L0VER PILLS


Free with every ottr;.
No Cure, No Pay. Pr'cc, 50 cent,.
Always Le sur .V.


THE MASSEY Y-STEMOP

/- *L / \ /^~y^ ) /,/


*N. --11,-p.00


.


p a


0 I


~ arr-C


- 5 ---- -Y----~ L---


tw --


," -db


'ill 'Ill I All I.E.


Flcl-:13 -. Bonanza.


1' ).."le t


L













THE OCALA BANNER, AUGUST


MI AMlAIF LORI DAY'S MAGIC CITY.




Som-..,Sig cf tt'-H:c~ry andP-,g-".:s f the !Actropolis of the East
C-la St DL'.tinc'1 to Ucom-n On)i' af the M-ost Iw.portant Ports in the
So :!t, Rt.ognizior bvi"he !Z' ve'rment- Uri~iant Future in Store...


4 4 ~. 3
444 3 4,444 5'~3=
\4,4,4.
:1
4, 4.


SI4


I ,
.i



i ','
i ;


A 3cp Water Port

4 44 I~' ti '~ \ rt33) it ~ at

4 '- .7. ~3 *,
441 I,4'99. 334.333


1,4 44 44i1,e 3133
3334 4 t.
4 '. 4 4:' 1 4t ~;' 1
.434 \'3.'
4 4 ,
.4 4 4 4 .4 -
4 444'4
4 4


4 4.~ *4.4.4 .~ 4444~4

4 .. I



4.4
4 .4. .44'.
4 4 ..
.4
4. .
3.


I n


44,


\. *


4 4 :


, ,
4q "4.


4 4


I .3
I'4\


4. 4 .4
4. 44'..
4 4 '.4 4 4 44
4 = 4


44 4444; 43 33 .4
.4 .... 3' :-
:~ ::e \t>'4
44 4
.444 444 .4444,3 r. ~
4 4 44 ~ ,\3
4, 444~ '.~5,4'4. 94.4
4, 444 4.4
~ 3 i-
-: 444 '4~ : 4.4-


4 -. '.'\ 433; 93444 4


.4 ,,, .4= I iii-


4 444,*4 444.2':
4:
443443;
'4 4 4 4


44. 4
3. :' .33
4 4 .~
4... .44 43. .4 4; 4.
4 ~. '9: 43~
4 3:


4 4.' 4 4434 '4
4 4344 \\4- ~44
= iV..'~j
4,443 -
43
3,:. t3s~ 3*;=
4 4 ,44~44 4
44, (* 444 13'9\.-
444 '344444= '44441
44 ('443 ~4. .~ .4



4 4 4,
444 V ,444=


4 44 *=~ ,, = 3. *4, 34..!
4 44
4 4.4 4.4:~'4.


4 &~~4 4~. C.maie
-.4 I,, '4
*'',. .' .
* 4*4*44~*. 4.4. 44 4j~ 44
4.4~* *4 4* 4.i..~ 444' 4444,
.
.* '.~ 133:4.11"
44 4 .4 .4.4
94 4' '.4
4. 4.,
... 44

.~ '.44. I .~39 i~.
\44,3. (4


inn U! .1-
': 3:4. t3~'I 34.*13





9 .. I .: '. ..*~:'.* X1.1141941
.1 ~ ., 4 4,., 4 4
334 Its
'4 3 .4 .:~
3 4 *'t.,' *' 44.4" 3;4,-
-I; ;ntt i~ 4'. 1
44 ':!'.''4!1".~kt3!,. 3'~~t

4 '. 44 .~,4. 4,44 44',,.
4. iii.
.4..... ., 3 4~44*4*4 -,
to3
'.44


4 .3 -. I. !!3 ~'.ii.'k

44. 3
44 1' '.''.z 34'e4.'4 ~
''.4 44
4.44 4'4=-i433j3*~&4~'
3 :, 4'' I~*~3 ~ \~ I~'3Z'.


-. .4'., 43* I~',i'.:r;' ,


Iter into M r. F13gter't ("a&' I
general agent. It ,-; i r .tiuI' 4 r
I ngralULL111 that Air. Eint .t1t :. :







AIr. 3.4f.433 am'Ir. `.-I i 44



:- t 4 I 4


iw "' i3jiN th.104 ,


fie mit Mr. Magivy xv W
itr* fig, '. i s i] I w ; %






4'. I 1 4; tI .








j,", 0 1










For the Hc~a!u S.y.:







;r4. 44.5 3 I :.1I '49I. 4.











If' .11133 Ow !-I












Iv, an. 13 4 '' 4 -e


Th., cl um;.; t


A Raging, Roar~r4 *







4''4 3 !I4 '444, I .



V 412. 3f~3 4


I +- X V j :i

1 .


A Worm K'iler.

.1. A.". 1)3 34; '4 4





w~ith W 1-111? iall 1!11 ii









,') t Ii ,. 3-114 .
%v# r iZ(, 44 3 3' a I I. 34 .

i~ gy~)(I or qfji~ -t-,. 1,


kC; P4.5'


4.


y CUBEI

1333 tt
*l~ I X (ii'-







3 1
It ; ;ti(

4, Jgj4.~ :.
.. ~. ~

*~ L33~IIar3'


4 ,~ .4 4
4.

4 49




4 4
4 4


.1


(.4
4 4 4 ft
4. .4
'I. '~1
4 4 y
4 4
4 1 7443.

I f
4 46''.'
4 3 1 ~3(439
4 ~ 36 ~4.4 13

~,~44 9 31;.': 3'

.34 ~'3L:433=t-
.4 '4 4 44~ 4 44 4
=44~43 C.-
4, 1.4! i. '13
4 ~ r
.4....
4. 3' ~ 4 .444'4j~

13 d 334 V.
4. V
4 I


'3I










t ~a.:r!


..ore

44 u


v4ur44

4 try


- 4f- '.z


4 .4' 4'44 3 ~4444


3.


A4







L4




















4.11h


~1-=
.4.,'



.q
:~ =~

.9'


.3 ~;~' **944
a. d


w
,


4 4


''4



I


I %i

4









SI


' A


'p


WI.P5


THE
I


1



]HF


= a' ~


y


4
44

A


84


- S A


! L0 NY


&~Y r.SSd. *II


Yellow ~w





T4 r r, 'A L


. *


-= -' O D


4 4
:. .~ :-1.~
it ~



4'. 4 4 44 ~4
It

.4 44.43 4.~I1~4.4
*~,.: .~.
.4' 4 --.4
4 4 44 Ii ~, .. (II'


4 444J 4.44.44111141l E I I I


4 4.4. 4
.4 .4~ 4
4.4

4 44 4 i:I'411 443~ 94
44 .444.
44 4'4~
4 3 *444


THE S"(T.




BEL



Dash 1' : .- ;

Wondo1 .


.4 4


i 1 )k,-f 4


i RE S


OCALA


... S-v .4 4 4 5 S~.


MA


*- "
4.1


.4 4.- -4 -W


.444'-, ~44
* 4'
E'
5,
44.. t a


1 44


L. 1W SJ4.4js.


4.. 3.44..4


1,,,


r 3 ., .4,
4 4 4
I


4'
.4 ,j>,. ~ (44.4~ 44.C
44 4 .4
'.4.
.4 4 .44*4
444; ~
=4' ~t
.4 ~k~h4~4'~3 '~d7'42i3,, A


New and


F t .
4r4 *4* 4 ;4


f.~2. =~


Y


., 3 0 0


4= 4'.cg ye


Mc MIa |


- mm .44,.


j4o 04


Lady Lake Nsws


1. N \\ lth ., ,f ., -!-I# ..


5 4
~'


AL'EXANDER'S


^ s


I -'r -4 *lk


TfmlrMI


4"'"


IJAI -i


'


goo A


:


MM Imr' Mh~ h m


,. ,


z i -,b I -. -.0 N'. !i -


O'L


0, '.?


iZ ': ; -


MPITI11 q -i i r, -- -,


41b it












a









st --
!,o:


R~dUE


REMINISCENCE A:





W. 'f Ca~ptain J- J. Dickison Was in
aY eCvdF!ar'1c Cavalry..


- 4.-~-"-"4.,- VI
44~ \ i 14 4fi l 4-4?1


h 0


4.'


.4 4 4 P '2..,. 4' 4 'a I'''~\ ~



* 114'," 4 '-4,44 ~. '4'41 4.'' '4'..
.1 41 ~.444
4 4.; .j ~.. *~4 4.'.


44444


EVERGLfMfES C ~A.4,AL.


T! 4 ..- '.4 .4

Ia ~ .


4 4
4 4 ''''I.- .4 41''
'4441 ''*4' I ~'z.... i4i*~ :~.

-1
~444s'' 4 4'.



4 4.~" ':44144 .i~i.i V


4 4.14. )

4 4, 44 :. '.444

4 I '4 I I
44 4 44 1 ~'~' '1' 4* 44.4

.4 4 4' 44 4 1444 4 ~.I'i.


-: 4*4 ~'4'4** I 441 144 I'd-lI,!


'4444 '4 .* 1111.'I 1 1:4 44


4 II' 1114't i


' I .


44 4 '44
* 4
'44. :t .'~
.4.

II" 4
4 I
1ii.'. '.,
4. I


I.


"''.11141 444*
4.i


NoTICE.


'1 a '44


II 1114.
4'4 *.~.

1411
1.14 :~.4


,41

* .

4.1'' S


44~


'*


.4


N..1jct Cf 3ppicat ion !or tax tdeedlUnder feCtlOU
S of chapter ~Laws of Florida.

N ~4)TICE N 1F TERiI'BY C-FN THAT 1RVI NE4
N%'(v1h'orntr puirchaser of tax cettitkatc No.
-.1 .!atc,! the .ill .i:iv of Aiugnt. tA 1. D i,-.haiL
I.1' ~4 tvl! lX~e ~Ill. 11V Office and ha, nimde
)v i lax tie! x-1ic in accordance
N% iiih !"w 4. sau1 ( trt ificate 4.Ifinb'ac("- thit tt4Ui
1-dt-c~ril) dlprropt rt- -:ttu 1,'1 in ii xic'un
) 1 13,ia to 4 1~:
h-i ill, a. 4.t ild ti lL!1 4 01" ta'.
"n'! e't an s. uthv''-t oire!- ft' w thi haf1 01!()t
7".'tn'1 t'*I)'44'I%hilp 14. ra:4I1' -.t .
lar".'. h( 4in-- 1g3~t~-'Iat th" Ott 'f tile
w h o.11 Ii4..rhil,cflte in OILt naii1' '4\ v
nt t -aidcxiC' tjicatt-li4 ~ all 1*,t r(414'e14i
*4.lt to 1,44. 4 % -1,4. 4 1 1 44 W:.11 ]It: i-sip'.! tilt'!' ill
444, i,:i v -4 i lur~t .. fl.. '

S.'f -N"STR1'NK.




NOTICE.


4 4'4 I4.c il 1, 4.'1V.T x Ijeeti I' n.l'r


I IC I .j I 1 H Fk'.4'BY4C. tI\VF C1NtTI4.Itt' N. it


4' i i., 14.4.1 -t'1,1i4L (' tI lit14a t, ill
''.'4 n id : 14!'a;4p4'ik.lotI4 ")T t.fr' ta\ 14.:




4 4 I4 t 4 111' 1iitt'l 41 io 4rtlal-4 t. '
j~l':I I r tkIimthuIIt 4 i :4141 -1n)t, w i halt 1

r 1 'lillit "C411. a i-I.mith-cw-t .nat,. r
.14 .4 l .114;u:!.,'. t( .. ec i)11'-ixtti-t'l, a444 .4,outh

I tituts' 4.14(.1n, raig. t4.4'inty
146.I 14.11 .4 4 ll- 4-f-. d 444. at tile f1atte olthv

4 I l.' '- 11'l m ai u,2! W. I.ny tx


.'ilk4 4A It W0141 4 'i 1244 44

4 4 4 i'' 4 '.' ii 4. 4~~~144. ''1 "'it h r. i (


NOTICE


, ,4. 4 : ;,t: 1), t,! 144. 444. I\'I yi'I "44.'i

T I II 'R : 1 1. N ("1, 1 VI: 441N TI 4 14L
p.:'' 41iil' h.:-, r ot tax ccrtiti4t. N4" N'
th P..1h v f*, !i'41441t, A It ,, 1i:4 -
4 :1414 114Ini 41v'444 t, aTI t11:1 h, 111:40c
44.4411.1 1.44 4!' tI tL') 1-11C III 'IAItJI'dlitle

~ ".4. 4 i.r 111 'I114;-,14%thef~w

7 A mt 4?"44m1- tt 4a~itt~r. 'ChlI'1

'1'44111-,, "' "..1 ;At thu .L't, ofthe

4~ ~ tI' 144 I 444 44 I I 4t 111'' I -t 1'14*,II W4 1 4

\'~ 44 11~ 4444, 4:4 "..4iI I It 41 re,".4 1 -mti t
A I
4 .. 4.4141 ''441 '4 111.11 I4)I.,:1t


44"~~t.DVN'S, IRA"(ORS NOTICE F-OR DIS-

4 '~ '4-CHARGE


.41 t. fill l"hJ.ktV 4.1'' THAT' (N
j~4 ~ 4 44.4 T'u~r'.A. 1). Ij ht114

4,I'n.,h 1.4?-' ] tile C44uitl' of Mlarl-





.'41 1"11tT44t'!X
";?1- vi 11-2ll :11


NOTICE










.1' .4: 4;0 11' 441114.k Il1It '''4
'4~ ~~~~~ t444 4I44 I I 4 4444 t(4 I*'4I4 .t








it. it,, "4 -I-ikl':





ul t4 i'. 1 i t 44 11 I2 \'.I1Ili- I 4'd I4
1 .411.t41.
44 .1 4" I 4 T 1\Rb 15T'.1I k i





''4 II4 414.I EA4 T I I I 411A 1 : 1: 1) I
X. ":l ic It,4ld "t lomity 4 ri n lI I w vf
4 ~ ~ ~ ~ ~ ~ ~ ~ ~ ~ ~ al! .4 *4.l.'. 14"'44ii),,II44.414"'

4 -hI't. Tit] -.!0 1 i





I,! 4 141 44 1 4)111! 4. t.: ,l ll'"l' i .41



C-*'! Mi1.' 41 .(T14 1 ,"1.14'1 4144. F!



t1 A,.t- 41 it* 114 1'. 4,1 t t- 1444:A141 t44
ht 41 '14'. iI I'I I bi T 41'3Iait4 c. o
t ,z 41 '" Clt, 'II 11la s 11'i 44 1''.






-I44141' y 14.4 1 ti.~ l 1 r 1 -:', 15!,wa.rts~, ht- a-4"Iii z
I, ~'' 1114 41(111 '4. 442 1111. All 14.4.041t,
v4 t44 444'111 1 a'ii'l firmi'ii 1'. s. sw15.4':rt-&
IL y... Swart,

,1 P. S. \44.'RT15.


APMINISTRATOR'S NOTICE TO CRED-
ITORS, ET(;.


Il 14141 1 !t '4 41ii 144 i1ittz Levu flappir4i:tt-il Ad.
I14-:.4t, r f.I I i LEtatt' of P411ter ISmrith, di:'
4..4"'.1 144,4'i" 14.I 4.4)4.'giv'4.11to creditor., lega'
.14-4421 f4"4-lhite('., 1411 all perisoti-' having
44 -i1 lli-agaiinst Said }tate t. irt'-

-Z'T. N. SM-4.1'H, Adnirirstrat~r


NOTICE OF FINAL DISCHARGE.


t)"ICF 1Ch- 1.HEIRE'BY'( 1VF' NTHIATr i wulm,

C. 'le1 (t tht (C, uintv Judge'i Court1. .r It

41 1:a' v:4' \.nmiii.trate'r f tilee l(-t44: of
'ti W.4 \ R.4ntyi-it dt~cva-ed. This 24 t13dy of.t
1 t.A. D). I 2
PATRI'UCK 'T. RANI)ALT.,
vi 1 4Adrnini'4trnutr.


NOTICE

.44 4.* 4 ~4 -4r 44"T 444444 44o441 1 *'444444' '4.ttlt~


.I
. ,* .



!


4.' '"4'I,
4 4
4 4 I: ..* 4
.1'.'
4.'

I :144.' 4
:: -

44.4~4 14


444 4
44~ 4,1' III


4 .4 4k'' ~, :. lp.~ .~1 I '
*''. 11144' 4
I ~. 'k.- 4:2 :z' 1.4144:. 4

44.4 .44 l'41fl.~'4.l14'j''41 I


'.4 4444' ~ 4
-4444444 4 44

444
414 "4.14

Ii' 44


b 0


0e


1 0


1,4 I''..l'..'4" 444




"4 414.4.,


44 '' 44 '~44
4 4.', I''
4 4'4 "44~'~' 4 4'


*4'*4 il, 44" h''
* 444 '41 I., P 4

I 4.'4 4 II.1-W -

4141'
'I

44 .1 ''I *l''
4 4 44 14P.'




4 4 4'. 44
4 4 4
4 4
4 .41
4 4 4

1' : I
44 I


4' 4 -r ~4: 14


Na,


turc~. Ii' \rccds


"6Scoltt'

is the I ,c :

weatin.lt ):.
II' '.'


holt


44 C4 ."


'4 ,: .... .-


.44.4444 ~ till


* ~ ~ ~ N I4_444:' L!lk


I I II 4a, .11.1 a





4I~j'1414'44 I II I r:

t* ..' our 41 a Iir4.4 v- .r,





4 11''a 1 f, r pill rnl4i1'.







4. a 4- 444N 1' 444r .1: ill tile'


* '4 .44l


\ 4**.4 T1aI II i t t e4, !,


CHIU. 3LL CO.












R bbe -anp



-XI'rks


"'4 .. 1' I ~ 4
~44 4.4 4 4'
-4' '' 44 4 4'


2Z4 M.iin St


Jicurc"v:ile. Via.


4 ~ :4444*T:(-4'4lhfee. :41-


. 1 \ { K
S, 4 1


a


NOTICE OF APPLICATION FOR. TAX NOTICE OF ELECTION
DEED UNDER SECTION 8 OF CHAP--
TER 4888, LAWS OF FLOPM.A H JA~ ~' .(>.T'WOF lies.
iindu th~ .'~'."t;t 4-1.n ;-5'. *off the
OT 1 -;. IIFRFIiL\. N xi u ~r..d .' i. ,I 1w. ',-tnt ri.olutiome



~nad .i~pi~ttcn '.rt.1~ 4 .: I" ': i II'',' .c:.''I S tildjoint retolu.
aliCV ',%.t i .0W td *C( ,I;ti~t( 4t-p u,4''' ,-eci 4,ou'
lowig (t'.cri.~dpr p..t ~ ii: .~ 1. '.~. .4.:' ''.~. ~ :I.., thc1rc .pn* Andlthey





1144'~~~~~~~0ii .'" !.t i ''. 14 ). -.aid..joint


NO`TICE OF' APPLICA]I '
DEED UNDER SECW 'I(N 4
TER 4888 LAWS~ OF fLI"




A~ll It. '




t.it%

The" 'I'l 11laniol 1,cll: 1-4.4 '
I"I4is~llt4 44,, M .1 ct! 14. 4



It 141144 I 1L. D-

A 4 I4




NN)T I G E('F- A P Pi C \


CHAPTER.'" :,W





41.13 1 :1" I 4.:, 11'1, .1.

.4- u, I t -11 .


4".- 'p I t v1111 14, 4 > 1
t 4I-4 i 114 i'. ''

Vt4~it.'~4ii444~ l .'



The l4'i 1 '4 'i .'~ I



44 ~ ~ ~ ~ ~ A J 4!i4..4-'.


NOTICE OF APPLICATION


I i








I .- ktI 4t 1'4


a iqthe ar
it. .11 "1 thi


4 4 4 4


Ji '. i,


DEED UNID)Fr'i E..(PO "":O- ..!I-
T ER 48 HL,1S 0OF PFLO 1.iJKA
















A1"4 1, i ..4 4I







O''T Ki






Nt '':Q h-" 4 4.4

t4t .-1 i l4!1. .



14444...


'41, 1 4*C,
1 1, '?' a i t litI t

"A '4.I4


-ti '.- 0


N C TC


'.41 -41.' 4tie 4N1...of
a IIIid 11: 4 4..' ,'P'


apt),141..1114)f !4.1'taxC 4 I. '. 4



I.(I tl,,t 14 Lv r,! 44 .' 4'',' '
five,' anld! thl~'v' 4, 1'444 '
Ihi' e 4'1 .41'1 4.4 444. 4.





1A m14-- v -. )4k 44 4 ,





NO(T ICE


,:(4''


4..


4 4 44 4





4 4



44. 4 :.
4 .. 4.


4 4 .'' II hit 1I4 h
fi1 f) h..i



44. J1444IV*


'I 411,4 1 it :t



t ?i

4..f I 4




In~




I-I b4 I I Iall









S 444of


4~ ~ -1'' 1 tile~,
4 4 1!1, .4141,.1 Jac






1, A 444, *.,.
1.11 t i. -n env



-1 I I I' s




I t.'4 IV-'


I 4. Ill,

4.44 4 4'4 44I4.ult.


-TI 411 thri








l1'4.4 it.


.W.P41) '4


4 4 44 44444 ~i'I I
4 44 *4~ ,3
-4 WIt"'


S 4 ;. 4

1 '414 .


14 .4. '4,




4.
1) ,, *
:, ; 1 .,
7, I
.\ :4 .


44 4 44
.1 .*



"14 r
444444~

*2.4.'.
.*!..'"

H'. 4
.4..

4 4 4 4'


':4.' ''.4
4 '4- 4
.4 4


AD....,TA T jlNOTICE


S, :
,. ,; .


4'4't.ic'4l44f 4'


STHE,- OUALA BANNER, AUGUST 29,' 1902.
-~~~1* --I


__ __


I ill- 1:11 I!tt -.% .1


I
I

i


i


I


o


;


NOIIC'


:1


I I I ; R I t1% &


. I


=.7-777=-~ -


40







THE OCALA BANNER,


S target um- -
',':, *- ,: < rgia ll ud 4P


I ABE 3 THE oiii' GOVERNS THE PRICE" JAKE





TEAP 0 GROCERY




Don't forget when ing goods from us that the
---' -


iu Quality Governs the ce. We claim to have the

s largest and best selected stock of GROCERIES in

SEast Florida and our prices are as low as the lowest.

,. You will find us good friends in adversity and pros-

perity, for we offer substantial goods at low prices.
1 I 4

* 4 Is li ,' "' i

dip- + "1*11 BUSHELS
',-,.t lit# I, ': | -
1 .- "Bread Is the Staff of Life' I i .! ROYAL SCARLET CANNED GOODS
,,.:. Then why not have the best when [J We can never say too much for ths
SfA- it. e ,i R I A f h ;
1 you can do so by using BALLARD'S famous brand of goods, for there i s
: ..., i. a- OBELISK FLOUR, our leader. Every' nr\ AI I none better. We have 38 varieties
: barrel guaranteed. i ) 1 1 in tin and glass
k .. -.^ -. ^ Eir 1

,',: r .... 4 ^. 'o


S. Evaporated Peaches. Apricots. Prunes and Apples. New Mackerel.
Boneless Herring, Mac arens Imperial Cheese, Camembert and Roque
:5 fort Cheese. Preserved Figs, Cocktail Pineapple, Preserved and Crystal
7.:. ized Ginger. Clam Bouillon. Horseradish and Horseradish Mustard. A
I.o And many other things too numerous'tolmention,



l, _hay, Grain, Cow Feed, Purioa Horse and Mule Feed, Etc



": We have several very good reas BEWCAUSE have testc
,W-Q ,O _Ourattentiond wn r u pe be sto. e
*f*"U Ot- sons for wanting your tno viz.wlu ,outb, of ". 44.,o.
,, : tit,. SnEe-fuEt:
S' d.i* d t' r


--p
-4



. p


































4*
-dP
40
4


--NE
w

ed
S
S
S
*
S
S
S
S
S
S
S
S
S
*p
S
S
S
S

mp

* a


I.
p


AUGUST : 190_




University of Florida Home Page
© 2004 - 2010 University of Florida George A. Smathers Libraries.
All rights reserved.

Acceptable Use, Copyright, and Disclaimer Statement
Last updated October 10, 2010 - - mvs