Group Title: Ocala banner (Ocala, Fla. : 1883)
Title: The Ocala banner
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Title: The Ocala banner
Uniform Title: Ocala banner
Ocala banner (Ocala, Fla. 1883)
Alternate Title: Ocala daily banner
Daily banner
Banner
Physical Description: Newspaper
Language: English
Creator: Ocala banner
Publisher: The Banner Pub. Co.
Place of Publication: Ocala, Fla.
Ocala Marion County Fla
Publication Date: October 3, 1902
Frequency: weekly[]
weekly[ former aug. 25, 1883-dec. 28, 1888]
daily (except sun.)[ former dec. 30, 1888-]
weekly
regular
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Subject: Newspapers -- Ocala (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
Newspapers -- Marion County (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
Genre: newspaper   ( marcgt )
Spatial Coverage: United States -- Florida -- Marion -- Ocala
Coordinates: 29.187778 x -82.130556 ( Place of Publication )
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Additional Physical Form: Also available on microfilm from University of Florida.
Dates or Sequential Designation: Vol. 17, no. 12 (Aug. 25, 1883)-
Numbering Peculiarities: Issues for 1884 later called new ser., v. 2.
General Note: Editors: T.W. Harris, F.E. Harris, C.L. Bittinger.
General Note: Publisher varies: Frank Harris & Frank Harris, Jr., <1913
General Note: Description based on: New ser., v. 2, no. 14 (Dec. 1, 1883).
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Bibliographic ID: UF00048734
Volume ID: VID00660
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
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Sterday and an Interesting Program
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POSTOFFrrICE DR U U STORE, ^fulandl i:tre.tit.glisourse.
Slev. L. B. Warreu. pastor ,of the
S. IBapti-t church ir. this city, In his
4 usual happy andl felicitou- manner,
O Ia, lFlorida. i delivered the address of welcome ,
which met an eloquent response from
Rev. F. C. Edlwards of Micanopy.
The following was the program for
S,, ,the day's proceedings, which was car-
---------n ried out in detail and elicited much
interest on the part of those who prar-
.. r ticipated and the larir- number of in-,
Mr M .r. a < 4 lotivy haf ar-epted j Mrs. C. C. Todd, owing to the con- terested persons in atttiidan.e:
a p-.atine1 *1ith Ithe-ianuer a& Co. I tinued illnetwof her sister, will not re- i Organization.
tturn from Kentucky for a month or ., .... .. ,
A- A tatdiey ha*- gone to Atlanta r or Reading report. and enrolling
t ur r. ha x a ar load of mulet. two yet. members.
Mr t... ...E l-.. h There i constant demnaud for real :. Appointment of corninittees:
"r .. iller ha a ,ain etate in Ocals. The latest purchase n Consititution. WV I. Catrn, chair.
..tt ,t-r a. ,dtt.atum-- is the Dr. Frederick house on Fort man.
r*vtai1 Md King avenue, which was bought yes- On Districts, J. A. Stevens, chair-
Mr I N \ialldrou, ilsiig in the terday by Mr. R. S. Hall. man.
\t 1,4 ..v t,ehl.orh-I. will try Wr aant call On Literature, F. C. Edwards, chair-
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the ( )eala Rainier t- rte.1ti il4e'r thle
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Mr. Samuel A. Agnew, of Early ,rgwaitie. Slit wa attlroi Lt-l-V1 lit.1
Bird, was a visitor to Ovala yesterday sister, yis Bm rNicN Mark. wa, a,.
and rn-ewol his suibscripliotu to this alo attird in white organlhie.
pa per. The gr,'(nii was attenidedi i"y Mr.
Miss Blanche Hall, of ('andler ar- M.c'raney.
rived in Oeala yesterday. Miss Hall The bridal party entered the i'arl-.r-
is the new teacher in the high school at nine o'clo.-k to the strains of. M1ei-
faculty. lilessoh'lIM wedding march, beautifully
Prof.. FF. Hartwell. of Howard rendered by Min- Jenie Bull, and
Academy, has returned front his sum- took their positions. under th-- ar-h
imer vacation and the school will oioen formiAt )'v the .dou le d .or, whi,.h
Monday. was very beautifully leefratedl with
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returned yesterday from J.aeksouville
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cotton into thread or clth.

Florida manufacturers no perfumery

from her flowers. Her cypress swamps.
are lteing 1denu9led, yet qhe nmaufae-

tures none of thi"- s.l
to, the tini-.hed jrodu't.

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out any il,. or glam11ur. if he shioult
veiiture to ,,ut in frmn a 1,opul.ar :a1'
i'reviation o4f what i- umo)re general.
thought ,,' eni.-tittte tile hlhesitt of mai,. llie .say-' tile text would 1111
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all that 'tmnI illtile way.
Possess thyself of enough religioui to
make thee rejected aunom: men, but
avoidI too) fluelireligioni le~t it make
thee mieek an(I tiuseltish.
D)o thy charities ill public, and see
that thy 1.eneftaetion-A are duly revord-
ei in the psublic' jores-.
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(death anid hear uk alast Jpraiyer f Ii' hi-
persecutor,:- 'i,,4'1 tvi"..rii v'u. 'it i:'


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view,!d Isoti,, ti er which i-A the
Prophet of Gjod"2
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life and~ a great success in uki public'
career so lhe miu-4 h.4 a greater mani
than a mere talk-t-r. Wh'1o knov's but
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I'l'kis i:' certainly all age of progre-k".
-Jack-m.vivlle NMetropo~lis.


A Typical Seuth African Store.
I I i~ ~viit It. Larson491, of Bay Villa., Sundays
Rzivq.r, Cg'aiq ('ol(ony ,couducts a store
t9.=.~ ~ tY pittal of South Afries. at which can
mi9t- l'ralak 1-tr ureiased anything from the
~ ~ 1-rverbial "ateede to an anchor'".
1A 'AtaI1 lzs tore i,4 -itii ttt-.l ina valley nine
~ LJIin~ vi Iti from athle iw: rest railway station
landu about twenty five inili'-, fromn the
ne.art-st town. Mfr. Larsaoni ssa-:
I. *~ XI arfia fV( r#Ast i jbthtie aqstoiilii of

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11i-, I,-wi- i- a nativ, <, thi- ,ou, -
tv *itl is ailll'itiol- 1 gailln a l:4ue
for l..-,elf in ti, re m-aii-, of lietion,
anld we hope that tlii- prodluctioI
will tw well received by the critics
and place her pernianenitly amon z
tie l;Ist of authors.
Don't Let Them Suffer.
)fteu children are tortured with
itching and lurniing eczema and other
..kin diseases Iut; Bucklen's Arnica
Salve heals the raw sores, expels inflain
atioll, leaves the skin without a scar.
Clean, fragrant, cheap, there's no salve
,on earth a. good. Try it. Cure gaur-
at,.ed. tonly at Anti-Monopi'.ly
Druz" t,,r. I !


hI i~ki.& Trying to Rub it in on Ocala.



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d nsfrial Insi-titute, 'Iiiskegee. .\ Ia.
Invt-ivitor.- -7I'omas A. Edismn. John
B. H-11l~ati, inventor tof the subma-
rine boat; ('eorge WVetstingliouse, in-
ventor of the air brake.
Explorel-s-Robert 1:Per, Evelyn
B. Baldwinl.
Art-(iiarle'. Vans (hibon, J. Me-
Neil Whi-.ter, Edwin A. Abbey,.lohn
L&~Farge, Augustus St. Gaudevis.
M usia' and IDram~a- LilllauNXordiea,
oppra siniver; JIoseph Je~treron, actor.
I'l'hi~al thtropv-('Iara Barton, Mrs.
PhoebeIH Hearst, Mrs. .iane L. Staniford,
Miss Helet- Miller O;ould.
Literatmir-'.' a aurI L. C lemenes,
Miark l'main ,WillimiiaiDevanHow-

u.iih Riley, l't1ward Everett. Hale.
'.%Iiewi'-epr()f. .Fje-l'e1,Lward
F.. Bariiar'l.
It w'.i~l l h*. '-eeufrom ithe 1Labove li-at
1li:ttlt!"litow-dimclfo v wie"t, iithpiwr$il'
iii''kc T.91 \i'-h' ,&c ol''r, peit li'a'el~. :-;il
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Stricken With Parayisis.





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iii '.~ V1 I'l1 k for'i h''Il .i'e ,a Whi:a
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Another Republican Split.
Itumor is Ipersistently circulated in
Washingtoni that the pre-ident is on
the ,point of ani openly rupture with See-
retars,.haw. Mr. Roosevelt i. s-aid to
be displeased at Secretary Shaw'-
financial utterances. The latter may
reign from the cabinet.
A Sign of Purity.
]H sarian and ]heinheit bottled
beer is the line-t lpritlucit of the Mont-
goincry lre wry and iI a,-olutelyt
pure. S -=e tl t h 'tiy iact the i.tiiLIie
NM1 tnti t ly t,. r. Every labIl li .-
ith' red pilot m\hv(tl on it. A-k for it
andl -iuarll your le,.althi :;aa in-t, ger-ni


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it .Ul;Lri:.l ticrm. It ~canbesv en
chiii}m.,n red bloodi yell ) under
microscope. It works day and
night. First, it turns yourcom-
plexion yellow. Chilly, achinZ
sensations creep down your
backbone. You feel weak and
worthless.
ROBERTS' CHILL TONIC
will stop the trouble now. It
enters the blood at once and
drives out the yellow poison.
If neglected and when Chills,
Fevers, Night-Sweats and a gen-
eral break-down come later on,
Roberts' Tonic will cure you
then-but why wait ? Prevent
future sickness. The manufac-
turers know all about this yel-
low poison and have perfected
Roberts' Tonic to drive it out,
nourish your system, restore
appetite, purify the blood, pre-
vent and cure Chills, Fevers and
Malaria. It has cured thous-
ands-It will cure you, or your
money back. This is fair. Try
it. Price, 25 cents.
V, n. Altler.oni, Druggist, (0*ala



Meat Will be Cured

For Owners .

For the info6i'ir tiin ofilf l inter-
S-te'(i ve ;ill" ll.n1'1 ( t l tiltf
in1ptI wil' "t a t IIit''rfKee Wilil
,il!' ll<| *t n I';| t i' ,l. |i:t> tl ilt.
\fe'i will fa,'iliti1' t ; 1 1 "1 V m p1 t 'l n t vit til
ill \< vt'lr ', wt art' i I, o-ltio to
8 ro'8 S-etill Bnatt ,r r M-il-, th:a n
in *l,. Iat.t. \e, will be reaIly
to IIy tih 1 Hi4out Nov. 1, and
-vi-lh to ini rn-,- thi fact tl;at
oilv lh,, that lhave betet (''onl
fed 'for :alout four w ek- Pr** de-
-iralhle.. W e\\' .,l'it ',rr'- o ,-
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IRON PIPES A\ND FIT

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I.\ t *- !,''ral adllaini-tration of -wift ,
.- I *A that a Lu In and lawyer if Mr.
I:,rdon'- repul-d atbidity -hould t'",
h.- hIr-t to ,ait-e a vtOii,' aaain-t a .--
1.-m for h' ti r the prest. : i t pe ple ;
ofr'-.Idla have for years t-en clamor-;

T hi- writer was present at the trial
ill !-uit<-r ,'county and is in a piosition
,to kiwow thil- facts in the case. Mr.
R{eaidon was- not lre-snt at that trial
and evidently does not know any-
thing about the fact-which he pileases
to term a "disgraceful occasion of mob
law.'
The details of the Suinter county
tragedy. in which a young man was
ruthle-Aly murdered by a black and
heartle-- brute, is still fresh in the
minds of the people of Florida. It
%ill also tbe remembered that the
murderer made is escape and was
later captured in Hillsborough county
and placed in the Tampa jail, where
he was confined until the trial at the
l-ei-'ial term of the circuit court held
by Judge Bullock in Sumterville
at the "uggestion ,of Governor Jen-

I mention thi- to -how that the
prioet-r was entirely safe from vio-,
It-I'e at the hand.,of a urwter county
Dliii..
liHe in-. thee tatemnent made by Mr.
1leardo n that the governor was ,idomi-
i.att* I\ ;a threat friu a I1mo "that if,
ti.- pu-s i,-r was- n:t tried. convic'Ltd.
-. Ut!,i<. *i to death :ttd liunlg, witlrun
t'--- than a w'aek'- time, that it would
tak. *- t- 1 ri -iner and kill hiii with-
9 it l. law az id n d;l-liaie'- (if the
law.' l-trf' ctly rotidle-s anrd en-
tirely ,, f, ttd..
I k,,o1w my .ti1rain knowl-,dIge-
tl.at 4io -u ich threat wa- :itsadle to the
t i itf ext.. utive of Florida. The pri,-
foner wa- ',afely izuardedi in the Tampa
ai: atAd .uch a threat t'cnoing from a
ioi.'" in Sumter county would have
tiev-n suprenmely ridiculiou--the .-ug-
ci--tinti of whi.lch is the vereist rot.
4 ..--| adldi reputable cities of Sunm-
*-unty. iin ju-ti,'e to alt o utrage"I
1i,1l11inily. d1d urg, 'ovtrnor .leii-
I : -a- a:,d Judsze lu;,, o'k to admiTn--
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.JI-t:t. ii aLn .1 udihre lBuiloc.-k are again i
to le P 41i1iimendtd..
The p...'e -."t ly 'lorida'- chief ex-
utive anid thlie Ijudge of the lifth I. l-
dt.. 'al .ra 'it may ot,, ..uit a few little
lawyer- w lo have been in the habit
*f getting a ease in the court and
k. epiti'c it there everlastingly, but I
,,m ina;.re.te'i with the belief that it
t-,et, u itli the lihar'y approbation of
f a large. maiaority of the bet-
t-r ,-lement of citizen. who prett-r
-\ I'"t i,-gni justice to tile old and -low
So*'"-"' ..aIvo,-ated. ivy Mr. Heard,,n,
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Dr. Harter's


Iron Tonic

wi: insure 7(", against the mian'erl i: re from impure b.ood. Scrofula. Iirm; .ts. ti:tch.is.
kidney disorders., rheumatism, out. d.:- e;"a.
female weakness,. ansim.a. ci-.r';e,s. e ar- a
few of them; but the greatest vi. the greatest
danger, as the general weaker.:n.-r f thb who iv.
system. which affords an oen.tn fur tery
passing disease.
The fol:owinr is only one f the thousands of
testimonials we have received:
Detroit. Mich.. Jan l1 1901.
I eommeneed using Dr. Hirter s Iron Tonic
when prostrate from a severe attack of rheuma-
tism. After unine three bottles all traces of
this diseasewere completely eradicated from my
system, and my general health was restored.
As a blood purifier Dr. Harter's Iron Tonic
has no equal, and I most sincerely recommend
it to all persons suffering from indigestion.
fatigue, rheumatism, and the many weakened
conditions of the system produced by impover-
ished blood." Margarite F. Yeazell.
No. S40 Second Ave.
U0,m11s oas%*"salbo maimonmial is ge aise.)
Every bottle of Dr liar-
ter's Iron Tonic has our
S' "Creseent" trade-mark on
Sthe labeL Don't accept a
sa substitute -insist on Dr. Harters.
K Afide en!t by
THE OR. CARTER MEDICINE COMPANY
DAYTON, OHIO
a Mase alo of Dr. Hather Wild Chbey Blter,.
a e ot eiuf e kew Dr. Haitec Mediaes
1n sOALX XvUII UL

Florida Fertilizers.
Att antion is4-al2-11E tothe advertis*-
fients of the Florida Fertilizer Manu-
facturing <''. of Gaine4vill-. Tt'..
c-,oripanly ha", i',eln t--tablislhed I years
aitd tlat they lI:te a-r.oven thloir ugh-
ly *',*tiver'.alnl with th,' l+.+.lt ,,' the
l-'i ,r:d:ta pr la'gte- hUiunt'er ,,f -a:i-tie'i n-t>n'ii i*'r
tl;r i~dly in thi,- inmin. ,ii:t,- trrit:;ry.
L,.-ir igeil- ir ( 4*':t; s are Mle- :'-.
, ,. K l ii~.;i-, ;, n i W <, Jf{,,' ,--i
and their hue-to'lin.r- lit-re ar:' amn-g i
our ii--t -ii'-ce-ful frmen- ;tli t'uiik-
er-. ]',,-,",-inig liiiuill i a l iva: It:t g-.-
for toth niuaiil':turitg and l -il['i ln.i
tliey have uilt up a large andl stt-adily
greowiting lutin-i1- fan their ui''<'t-. 'ri,.'e ail, full inforim-
atiol w ill te .- tilt n, r,i t -t. 'lii -
cotipany hlas al-' i'laced il n the
market grotAnd raw .ha! k Lt for
l-hicketvi-. the great,- e::-' pr, iuun; i:
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*i.h, k to tlhe sy-ltail!i t!ir>,:;.tii tire'
tc'h.aii' whi,.Pli 4o.nles witih nl;tt ing i .
Many ineile,-; todeal it!i tie tunpi.-a--
ant dratswhi'Iti ar-'fte'r( ''n'- it*ernt
t(o miatrI+aige atuil n1 theirhood,. not uu-
dlerstandiing that thii. secret drain i-
roblbin. the cheek of its fresline-' and
the form ,f it- fairne--. .\- surely a:
the general health -ul 'rs wl t. n there
i-deranzeni,-ujt of the he''ltii delicate woantly ,,re!, s'o -';rely"
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p;art o4, tl.p ho '.1 tlie, ;l't.!i'tiot ,,f

Ihromplt reli-f. "It gots right to th,'
.).'" 1. aii allr ol n a who was r u;i-
lting it in, t, -'iiur- his, rheumati-n.
<'. R. Smith, Prolpr. .-mitl Hou-e.
Ttaha, 'rexa-. writ.-I: "[I hav1, ued
Ballard's SnGow Liniment iii ny% fami-
ly for several l ysar,, and have found it
to l*,, a tin,. remedy, for all acih.s and
ipains. atl I recmniio-nd it for pains
in the throat and che-t." 2.'-., ,io and
-1 .fooat the Anti-Monopo)ly DrugSt.ore

The T. U. & C's Suggestion.
It isa .eldom that the- farmer is of
the first consideration to the law-
makers. But if the money in the
treasury is expended on I)U)bli high-
ways the farmer will be n beuefitted
first, and then every man and every
interest int the state through hint.
How can the schools receive a greater
help than by making it o).-ible for
the children to, give uninterrupted
attendance. How can hlte caause of
educatio)u be better served than by
otenin a way toa the -hi;,i h,,use
fr4m i evsry farni ;nd r .l 'yiiit the
power of ,th-tratitifn t, the rain-t?
MOTHERS.
\w\ay kh'-'[ t e-i rL'll'i r-i n iu ii
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High Grade Ashes.
I.'or ngr ''iit sr fruits and v'e tar e
lothi ng e' alt:'l ,nir l-;:t n. -lryv a.-h r-.
1' ,,ta-h. ac'tuailt. iar:il .*- ] 5 1-2 to t,
ptter ent. Agent inu ea,'i I',i.cality
wanLted. Pri'-.,- l' -e. _;. H. eiritliu
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CHILL TONIC
A positive, permanent, and safe cure for Malaria.
Chills and Fever. Contains no poison. The be-I
Tonic,. Anti- i'rio!ic, Appetizer, and strength-
ener for pa.e,sickly females andchiCIren known.
Brings the glow to faded check,; makes weak
children" fit and hearty.
Tablet form ; tasteless; easy to take.
Price 50 cts. Trial Size, 25 cts.
Dr. A!exande-'s T L-er egiulator cuires nitiows-
ness. Torpid Liver, Constipation, Sick HcLaLiache
Price 25 Cents. For sale by

Win. Ander-on, Drugg -it, I hal. Fla.

If You Have Anything
In the Line of


PAINTINGOR CALSOMINING
To be executed on short notice it
will pay you to see me before placing
your contract. .

PRICES REASONABLE
SATISFACTION GUARANTEED

E. W. IKRAYBILL, Ocala

Also agent for Griffing brothers. Po-.
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The Gardenr,-
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THE CENTRAL LUMBER COMPANY

Dej'err, In and MaP'-facturers of

Yellow Pine Lumber, Rough and Dressed.


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Gainesville, Florida.

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Stops Cough and Works Off Celd.
I[Azative Brontio Quinine Tabliets
Otire K 44111d in onetin dy. No cure, no
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Machine and Iror)Works.


CHAS. BLUM J& CO.


Jacisonville. Florida.



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Embalming to Order.
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Jacksonville. Fla


E. H-. MclLVAINE,


Tubular and Artesian,

Wells.




A ll \ .: ,, :. t::I y, Fla.

Lake City. Vla.


WM. LAIRD,


Fine Moss Mattresses.


Old Mattresses Made Absolutely as
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i rslit t #*r !:.tlhrr. if tlio truth might
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ctar- s-Ili iI*1 (Scalweut(ofj 01tent. who
to ?.r-it.* teFot-k the marriailgevows'?
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I3Ag afte-r SWiir .lhcy attractions, the
ff'r"*-u d~lior of hit,' 'acred home"
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1--y lit-@ econsamplr to amisle in anid comn-
f,'rt the 1ont14Y oneD. If be client hill
*"Diae wth his wife, another would
b~st have muan.;.gwsrtunit)' of spending
Iber with her.
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b4.aa.r mand divqraec when her husband
I* ktu4wuit-,.lote geending Iii" time land
mawancy -lie *imulo' and tritel to help
baImu AV* 4111 1I mama. arnner who laugh@
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llio-:. utit imit.-:. law that lie- -hmot the-
iwalla --iia-mit a.:iotl"rf..rm ithe mamle
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