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Title: The Ocala banner
Uniform Title: Ocala banner
Ocala banner (Ocala, Fla. 1883)
Alternate Title: Ocala daily banner
Daily banner
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Physical Description: Newspaper
Language: English
Creator: Ocala banner
Publisher: The Banner Pub. Co.
Place of Publication: Ocala, Fla.
Ocala Marion County Fla
Publication Date: November 7, 1902
Frequency: weekly[]
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Spatial Coverage: United States -- Florida -- Marion -- Ocala
Coordinates: 29.187778 x -82.130556 ( Place of Publication )
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Dates or Sequential Designation: Vol. 17, no. 12 (Aug. 25, 1883)-
Numbering Peculiarities: Issues for 1884 later called new ser., v. 2.
General Note: Editors: T.W. Harris, F.E. Harris, C.L. Bittinger.
General Note: Publisher varies: Frank Harris & Frank Harris, Jr., <1913
General Note: Description based on: New ser., v. 2, no. 14 (Dec. 1, 1883).
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OCALA


BANNER


The paper "Of the People, tor the People and by the People."

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JMnI rneueel ui. Georgia teed
K)r. Jeo. Mtm'arlhy Neore.
Mr-. (;rah;mlim, of l'anasofikee, is a
va-it,.r 1o 4 balu a id is a guest at the
Mo it tzuuia.
Th.- l.tdes. of the Pre-hyterian
church ar.- preparing to give anI old
fa- hiinie'l spehing bee S)On.
Mr. C. 4i. Meniinger, a llernanlo, a
'r'nlilmellnt phosplEiatei nlial, Wasi
a vi-atoir to4 I eala Wednepday.
There will he a Confederate day and
,:a,%r at IAke City andt the Daughters
are takimn T!e( es '* have Marion coun-
ty littiingly represented.
Mr-. rankk Hows, is, we regret to
w.arn, quitee sick. Her son, Mr. 0. B.
lie ..,-, uwhi ha-. heeni quite sick for
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Justitie W1ynne, of thl I.lake Weir
I>:;liw,'-k an11d 1 ne of tile most noted
ju-'*es rf the peace in the county,
wa% a vI!itIor to (Oalxa Wedn:esday.
.Mr-. J. S. Norton, who has been
viitiiag friend-, and relatives in this
cit\ for a few days, departed for her
lotimIe at St. Petersburg Wednesday
afterinu,n.
Mr. E. S. I pham, president of the
C'hristian Endeavoir AAssociation, was
% vi-iteor to Ocala Wednes.lay and left
for hi0- wint-r home at lake Weir on
tIwh- afltrranot train.
Mis Kibbie lDeVane is a student at
the Normal aud Industrial College at
Mil;.-lgeville, (;a. She i-, a bright
pupil and 4 i-ala feels proud to claim.
her sw- a reijre-entative.
Thle liany frit'ends of Mr. and Mrs.
w. 1. Engdlehy and family regret
very much tl at they are to leave
(4,ala They leave on the 17th for
their old hole at Iloanloke, Va.
Mr. H. T. SpoIoner,of Boston, Mass.,
aid who lihas been a guest at the Ocala
Hou-. several days, left Wednesday
afternoon for Lake Weir, where he
hlis a beautiful hearing orange grove.
Hlono. M. L. Payne, of Fairlield,
was a'liong the v'sitmi, to Ocala Wed-
ne-day. Through his influence not a
vote was ca-t for the constitutional
amendments in hi- district.

A Dangerous Month.
Tli-i is thlie liimonlth of coughs, colds


..f H..i 1; W Irvi- ThI. letter *"aI acute catarrh. Do you catch cold
ea-sly?. Find your-elf h.urse, with a
Iatelf 0s ,,th a e.mt in cug,-e-,. tickling in your thlro.t and an annoy-
J I' Hilt-urn. eidinn elder ing cough at night? Then, you
,of J 'ane .i-trwt si,,.t formerly should always have handy, a hiottle
Sof mallard. HHorehound Syrup. J.A.
* pew ,f tlhe- Meth.,tIst ,church here. Andterson,. :-4 W.t .5th St. Salt Lake
ewrd through the city yesterday City. writes: "we use Ballard's
aftI"eron -,n rut,- to Iake C ity. Horehound Syrup for coughsand colds
It gives immediate relief. We know
S Froak A. Munw-ey muat Gud lewow- it's the b et remedy for these troubles.


Rev. R. I. Morris' Farewell Sermon.
Rev. tRobert iugh ltorris preached
his farewell serilion Sunday night at
the Presbyterian church to one of the
largest congreg:,tioius Il.:.t ever as-
selmbled in that church.
Out of r--pc't andi love to Mr. Mor-
ris there were no services in eith,.r the
Mtho'ldist or the l tptist churchls,
but the c,,ngreia;tions of the:e suited
in worshipping at the Pre.lhyteri:ti
church.
The united choirs of the three
churclles renderdil very beau tiiful
ilt'Usie.
Rev. Howart l Dutil!. ,If the Mth,.!i-
,list church, rand lv. I.. H. \VWari-.,,
of tlie WIlaptis'i Ihurchl, :i-asis-etl ifll i-
ductilng the services.
Mr. Morris, who i.- a very able Aitl
talented young diviin, pre:actied ,,nf
of tile best alld ln.o't eliolluent srnloi(,-
that he las delivered i i-ie hi- rt.i-
dence among us, an;i this is sayinuit
-re:t deal. il- took a.s hi text the
following from .lohn 12 3: : "And 1,
If I he lifted up will draw all ineli
Ullnto li."
Mr. Morris has madi e cnainy friend-,
in thii- city wiho -imicerviy regret his
departure.


Mr. andMrs. Morris left yesterday
niorning for Iairnsville, (in., where
Mr. Morris. has accepted a call.
An Enjoyable Evening.
Mr. and Mrs. s. L. atter.somn eniter-
tained a number of friends on Friday
evening, October :l, :at a Halloweein
party complimentary to Miss Ellie
Welsh. Mr. and Mrs. Patterson's
beautiful home was handsomely dec-
orated with palms, flowers and jtck-
o'lanterns of many descrilt(ions. Tlhe
evening was passed very pleasantly ini
playing games, fortune telhiin aind
animated conver-'ttion. At i o'clock
the visitors was called to a "silent
supper," which vconsisted of any
choice delicacies nlid -l't d. ltk.-. Mr.
and Mrs. Patterson were -,isted lby
the eflicient help of two little bro,'v-
ies. About thirty young p-opbl* were
present.-Miami .*or. Times Union
and Citizen.
Mrs. Patterson was formerly Miss
Jessie Itarco of this city, and the hon-
oree, Miss Welsh, is well known here,
having formerly livid in TMarion
county and slie has vi-iled in ) (calI
on numerous occasion-.
Sasser-Clifford.
Quite a romantic marriage was cel-
ebrated in the parlors of the Duval
hotel last evening at 6.30. The con-
tracting parties were Mr. B. W. Sas-
ser of Valdosta and Miss Kate L.
('litllrd of Eustis, Fla. Miws C(litlird
stopped over in Jacksonville on her
way from Washington, where she had
eten on a visit. Mr. Sassercanie here
to iniet her. Rev. W. H. lHolion of
the First Baptist church, this city,
was asked to perform the marriage
ceremony and the nuptials were ,el-
brated in the presence of several
guests of the hotel as interested spec.
tators. Chief Clerk Henry O'Neale
acted as master of ceremonies. The
bride is of attractive appearance and
has large numbers of friends at Eustis.
Mr. Sasser is engaged in bisines, at
Valdosta, for which city the bridal
couple left last night.-Times-.nioio
and Citizen.
Mrs. Sasser is a sister of Mrs. Robert
Taylor of tlhis city andl has visited in
Ocala a number of times, and her
many friends here will be interested
to know of her marriage.
Murrell-Galbraith.
Mr. W. C. <4.albraith and i.ts
Annie Murrell were married Sundayv
at the home of the bride at New


Smyrna.
Mr. Galbraith holds the lpoition of
bookkeeper at the Spoke anid Rim
factory in thii city and has many
friends in this city who extend best
wishes and congratulttiomn to him


THE


BOSTO


THE COLD


WEATHER


will soon be here and you must prepare yourself before it arrives. We have
anything that a human being needs in wearing apparel, from the smallest infant
to the largest man, and we know that we can suit you. Here arc a few prices-


Mme'..N Very Heavy Fleeeed Umilerwear.
YMen* Veryv lleary Ribbed Ummderwear.
ItoN** Very HIasy Fleeced Underwear.
to y.* Very Heavy Ribbetd Underwear.
lmitdle-' lery Heavy Ribbed UI derwear.
Lai;lies" t1 Rhibbtedl Underwear, .
Thie He l Men's Top Shirt ina Ocala for


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613~ -ent~..
249 etieult'.
4) to 2.13eeIP6'.
0 23 c(41dm.
a 39 ceumhta.
a 14) (('DIEM.


In Men's and Boys' Clothing Our Stock is

Complete as well as in Gent's Furnishings.



Ladies, why do you trouble about how and who to make your garments.
We have everything that you wear already made, such as

Skirts, Shirt Waists, Wrappers, Jackets, Capes,

and all kinds of Underwear, Dress Goods and

Trimmings a Specialty, Everything Complete.


BOYS' SUITS TO BE SOLD 10

1010 AT A SACRIFICE


THE


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M.


OPERA HOUSE BLOCK.


County Commissioners' Meeting.
'ie ionr(d of (conity commissioners
were in regular session Wednesdaty.
Al! members plrsentit.
Among otlheir tills, those of the
managers and dleiks of the election;
and me,-sengers for bringing in the
returns, w\-re paid, $2 per day anti
live cents .mileage.
Mayor Fishel aIl, Sanitary Inspec-
tor Williamson tried to have the


county board plne pu lPs
cisterns in the court house
which they refused to do.
.No other ntitter of public
tance .camis before tilh board
will finish their labors today.
Beautiful Clear Skies.


in til
Square,


Herbine exerts a direct inlinelice ono
tine Ibtiwels, liver and kidneys, purify-
in, i alid strenithening" these organs,
and iliaintai ni n then in a normal
coiditiin of health ; tlius removing a
c miImIon causl1e of yellow lMthy greasy
skin, and imnori or less of pimples,
Illotches antI blIa 'cki-ads. .5)e at the
Anit.-Mo1nopoly IDrute store. im
Methodist Entertainment.
The ladies of thie Metho, IiSt church
are -4rraniinlg to give :n enter'ain.
ment about Thanksgiving. They
will have a winner andl other attrac-
tions,. liucil \ili Ib- ann'lunct-Ald later.
One of the principal features of the
entertainment will be th(lie "Remem-
brance Table," which will consist of
articles of every de-criptiton donated
by former residents and visitors of


STORE
OCALA, FLA.


FISHER


The Most Exquisite Line of


LADIES' DRESS GOODS
T Can Be Seen Now at My Store.

The latest designs of Black Raised Peerola, from.. .1.0o to s$1 5
The latest designs of Broadcloth, in black, green,
castor, navy, brown and royal blue, at .......... .75 to $1.26
Flannel for dresses at from .......................... .:. to .50


Black Henrietta Superior ............
Black Henrietta from ................
Black Silk Warp Cashimere ..........
Black Cashimere from...............


.............. .75 to $1.25
............... .35 to .,A)
.............. 1.O(Nfp to S1.15
. . to .7


The Most Attractive Line of Ladies' Fancy
and Plain Waistings, in the Very Latest
Designs. .
'Silk W aistings from .............................. o to .
SFlannel W aistings from ................ ... ... ... .401 to $1.oo
Flannelette Waistings from ......................... .lo to .:I.

My stock is the most complete that I have had
for many years, and you can be suited if you are
looking for desirable goods.

M. Fishel, Ocala, Fla


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THE OCALA BANNER, NOVEMBER 7, 1902


Pains in the Back
A" .symptom of a weak, torrid or
egnmast condition of the kidneys
liver, and are a warning it is extrnw.ei
hazardous to neglect, so importLnt
is a healthy action of these orgai'.
They are commonly attended hy ,,-s
of energy, lack of courage anc. so;.;e-
times by gloomy foreboding and de-
"Wadency.
"I had pains in my back, could not sleep
wad when I got up in the morning felt
worse than the nieht before. I began tak-
tag Hood's Sarsaparilla and now I can
sleep and get up feeling rested and able to
do my work. I attribute my cure entirely
Go Hood's Sarsaparllla." Mas. J. N. PRay.
care H. 8. Copeland, Pike Road. Ala.
Hood's Sarsaparilla
and Pills
Care kidney and liver troubles, relieve
Ie back, and build up the whole system.


(4.il W.


Hampton, one of


Oaioneville's most prominent lawyers,
It in the city today on professional
usineMs.
Mr. Reece Hunnicut, who clerks for
Mr. '. D. Taylor, returned yesterday
front a week's vacation which he spent
in Atlanta.

Mrs. t. A Stewart, mother of Hon.
Geo. W. ileson, came down yester-
day from her home at Oaklawn to
look after her interests in this city.
M a. Stewart Is a guest at the Ocala
House.
Among the prominent visitors to
Ocala Wedneeds) were Messrs. J B.
Borland, of Citra: J. W. Stevens, of
FL McC'oy; W. 0. Holloway, of
Eureka, and W. P. Williamson, of
Lake Kerr.

Mrs. S. R. Birdsev, jr., and little
daughtatr, Kathleen Carr, of Macon,
Ga., will arrive in Ocala in a few
weeks to spend the winter with Mrs.
Birdwry's parent-., (en. and Mrs.


R.It. r Hullo-k.

rith :;1 ,* 0 a
14-. Ihi rultk, who has twen
at her home in Spring Park,
litgbted to know that she has
ed and is again at her poet
Hocker's office.


. f %iss
quite ill
are de-
recover-
at Mr.


Mm. Godfrey Moyers and little son,
of Ft. White, who have been visiting
Mrs. Moyers' mother, Mrs. Edward
Hadgerin this city for the past week,
left yesterday afternoon for Auburn-
dale to visit relatives.

Mrs. J. J. Dickieon and Mrs. 'has,
T. Brian will leave Oeala today. Mrs
Dickiton will go to Jacksonville,
which city she will make her home in
the future, and Mrs. Brian returns to
her home in Galveston, Texas.

Cut thisout and take it the Anti-
Monopoly Drug Store and get a free
sample of ('bamberlain's stomach
and liver tablets, the test physic.
They cleanse the stomach, improve
the appetite and regulate the bowels.
Regular size 25c per box. m

The kcla Cou federate Veterans fa-
vor Col. Ballentine, of Fernandina,
as the commander of the Florida
vision, to succeed Gen. Law, of


Hartew, who declines re-electi.
The division meets in Tampa N<
ember 19th.--Jacksonville Metropol

Rev.J. H. Colliusand little daug
ter, of Bardwell, Ky., are visit
Ocala and are stopping temporary
at the Carlton House. Mr. Colli
comes to this city bearing the high
tetimonials from prominent citizen
of his community as a Christian ge
tieman, and educational worker. He
undenominational and will so
begin, we understand, a seriess
meetings in ehis city.

Col. T. W. Weir, of Tampa, Flori
enmmimioner to the Buffalo expo
tion and to the S*. Louis expesiti,
was married a few days ago to M
Amelia L. Badger, of Buffalo, N.'
at the bride's home in that city. M
Radger wasan attache of the Flori
exhibit at the Buffalo ex.ositiu
('ol. and Mrs. Weir will attend t
state fair at Lake City next we


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O lIal Canvass.
The vote of the county was canvas-
sed yesterday by the canvassing board
consisting of Hon. Robert Bullock,
county judge. Hon. E. L. Wartmann,
acting president of the board of coun-
ty commissioners, and Hou. Donald
Ferguson, registration officer.
The tabulated returns show the
following vote:
For representative in the Fifty-
Eighth congress, from the First Con-
gressional District of Florida-Stephen
M. Sparkman, 527.
For justice of supreme court-Wil-
liam A. Hocker, 594.
For secretary of state-H. Clay
Crawford, 55.5.
For onimptroller- A. '. ('room.a, 7'1.
For railrv'ad .nnnit.ioiier-J flfr-
son B. Blrowne, 54;; It. Hudson Burr,
561.
For state senator, 2.0th senatorial
district-Charles M. Brown, 540.
For members of the house of repre-
reutatives-Raymnond I. Bull (G. J. Ktrozier, -5m.
For tax collector-E. P. Thagard,
616.
For tax assessor-Alfred Ayvr, 603.
For county treasuter--T. E. Pasteur,
2S5.
For member county board of public
instructor, for district i- rordi, nS.
Scott, .5:S.
For member of county board of pub
lie instruction for district No. "-Ben-
jamin R. Blitch, -)'.
For mermhtr of county loardl of


public instruction for district
J. S. Grantham, .519.
For county commissioner
No. I-John L. Edwards, 52'i.
For county commissioner
No. 2-Henry W. Long, .~4.
For county commissioner
No. 3-F S. Lucius, 527.


No. 3-

district

district

district


For county commissioner district
No. 4-N A. F.irt, 11l.
For county commissioner district
No. 5-E. L. Wartmann, 517.
Constitutional amendment, section
8, article 5;judicial circuits. Yes, 127
Constitutional amendment, section
S, article judicialal circuits. No, 272.
Constitutional amendment, section
2, article 5; justices supreme court.
Yes, 116.
Coustrtutional amendment, section
2, article 5: justices supreme court.
No, 271.
Constitutional amendment, section
4, article 5; quorum of justices of
supreme court. Yes, d2.
Constitutional amendment, section
4, article 5; quorum ofjustices of su-
preme court. No, 222.

Good Advice.
The most miserable beings in the
world are those sulltering from dyspep-
sia and liver complaint. More than
seventy five per cent of the people in
the unitedd States are afflicted with
these two diseases and their effects;
such as sour stomach, sick headache,
habitual costiveness, palpitation of
the heart, heart burn, waterhrash,
gnawing anid burning pains at the
pit of the stomach, yellow skin, coa-


ted tongue and disagreeable taste in
h- the mouth, coming up of food after
ng eating, low spirits, etc. Go to your
ily druggist and get a bottle of August
ins Flower for 25 or 75 cents. Two doses
est will relieve you. Try it. Anti-Mono-
Ens poly Drug Store, t
Pn- The Vote in, the County.
is There seems to have been less inter-
on est manifested in last Tuesday's elec-
of tion in the county than in Ocala and
here the vote was smaller than it
da has been since the civil war.
da
There was only a division of senti-
ineut on the constitutional amend.
li ments and as for as can be ascertained
there was a majority against them in
Iis every precinct in the county, includ-
ida ing Ocals. At Fairfield the vote
l. against them was uanimo(us. At
the Pedro it was 21 to I against them, at
CaHtton Plant 12 to S, at 'itra 5 to 4.
The vrote of thel county will tb oan.


I ala's Reoent Improvements.
It has been noted in these columns
from time to time recently the differ-
ent improvements being made in this
city. And it is further pleas-tnt to
notice the tendency to the artistic and
the beautiful.
The many little, and not so) little,
after all, when you come to think of
it, changes of the past few months
are making a fine show. The gradual
beautifying of the court house yard,
the improvement architecturally as
well as materially of the bank build-
ing of Munroe & Chambliss, the de-
velopment of the unsightly vacant lot
next the fire station into a neat lawn
and lower garden, the removal of
obsolete siglis and awnings, the use (of
a few buckets of iptint, have all assis-
ted in inaking Orala not only more
pleasing to the eye, but more busi-
nesslike as well.
And now comes Mr..I. F. Edwards
with the nearly completed construc-
tion of his fine iron fencef, in green
and gold and silver, making the hand-
some Ocala House yard look more
citified than anything ii Florida.
And the appearance of the front of the
house with the new dress of Iaint
add greatly to the general tout-en-
semble, if you know what that means.

Jumped on a Ten Penny Nail.
The little daughter of Mr. J. N
Powell jumped on an inverted rake
made of ten penny nails and thrust
one entirely through her foot anwi a
secolIdu one half way through. ('haiti-
berlain's Pain Balm was promptly
applied and five minutes- later the
pain had disappeared and no more
suffering was experienced. In three
days the child was wearing her shoe
as usual and with no discomfort. Mr.
Powell is a well known merchant of
Forkland, V4a. Pain B:iim is an ainti-
septic and heals such in juries without
maturation and in one-third tlie
time required kiy the us~iul truittiittit.
For sale by Anti-Moiniloly IDrug
Store. m

Turpentine Operators in Session.
An important session of" the tur-
pentine operators for this district was
held in this city yesterday.
It being theannual meeting the f lowing officers were elected for the
ensuing year, viz: F. Lang, Ipresident;
,re-elected,) .. .W. Crosby, secretary;
R. L. Barnes. treasurer.
Time and price for cutting boxes
was fixed. The time for cutting to
begin Nov. 15-, and end March 1, and
the price for cutting was lived at I 1-4
cents per box.
It is claimed that boxes (cutt outside
of the limit named will cause the
trees to be ruined with worms and
bugs and the operators, will, at the
next session of the legislature, apply
for a law nmakin it a misdemeanor
to cut boxes at any time between tlie
months of March and November.
Hon. C. M. Brown, senator elect,
was invited to be present at thlie meet-
ing, and he expressed his willinigne-s
to co-operate with the association in
having the law enacted.
Among those present at the meet-
ing were Messrs. F. Lang, L. E. Lang,


.1. W (Crosby, W. letthway, <;eo.
Petteway, A. P. Monroe, R. L. Barnes,
J. IB. Martin, J. B. Lucas, E. P. l1oe,
D. A. Clark, R. S. Hall, S. M. Davis,
L. Horn, William Knight, Robert
Parham, and Mr. .1. G. Dedge, a tur-
pentine operator of Baxley, (,a., was
present and was introduced to the
association.

Mr. E. E. Bradley, a popular drum-
mer, with headquarters at Madisoin,
was interviewing our merchants yes-
terday.


Did It


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OURNE IisS II ESPECALLY OR THlE OCAL~A BANINER P-1-' 'lli:H.

PRI'l'N ;PlnIs AN('FACT1'lI1ING(,COMPl1ANY OF NEW L NI'i.4 N


Still Buying Ocala Property.
Hon. '... Chanmber- cntinuei.- to
show his faith it the future of Ocala
and her conitilnedl ;ail permanent
prosperity.
yesterday lie concluli-d' a lpurhi'chse
of three eottage- in the s.soindl w-lrd
and a vacant half :n e.
Thle lot is el-\vatedi *i l 'liile anll
cant lie madie one of itihe lnItll'-d sii, .
inl the city.
Mr. (C'hai'ibeiir, w li'.i. '-xi:< i ,'.n--
in O():1la anild ita Iumilbe-r l "of v':s- i l'lt-
whili lihe will iaipndov. :s:ii le'aiUtif'y.
If all of our eit/,'::- c: in il s-t
tlimeiiitlves of sotme of Mr. ( 'lCiamier-'
faithl aHit will -lhow it in iti "r w\V OK-,
we shall i onli have a city.
It is tihe faith that w i!l r iei '-i.-
Cles in thle way of i-ro0re-'-- aiU.1 will
blrinti alllvi(t 1 tiliKe'..


Ocala's Vote.
Tlie el-e'tion,, i'i this 'civy wa,; the
taimest in it- history. Not an excitt-
iin iinciient oveurreil ill the "whole


imumiirt-d andi -ix? V sevien V'Ift-'Q
4!14 4t.
III the it-i~ra lect lion yeQ
',vI ere nt. Itil t-irties p'orWici ij C
olie htunfil .I .siiuld f~sit v stVt-ll
woere polled~i.


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Thie fiollowi inv is tiinf-llh'i:vin vote:
StephenN I. Sparkmiitni, ]1;l; Wil-
liami A. Hooker, l; 1H. C lay Craw-
ford, 1:I ; A. ('. 'room, l 1:;'> ..Jeler-o!i
H. Brow iie. 2 ;i. Hudson liilrr, 1:I;';;
(Ch .r s M 'Brsown, 1..;;; i -tlyoi-nisail 1.
l'illock, 1:'2; ;G J. Strz. i-r, i; .; .:
I'. TliH.tard, 141; Alfred A. er, I: ;;
Thos. E. P'ateur, !.11i: 4ordloi Sco.tt,
I'" i; ienj. m in It. Blit.-hi, l12 ; J. S.
(.rantham. 116; .Johlii nL. l'Elward,, 18;;
Henry \. Limiu, 11 ; F. s. L.uiius,
I l; N. A. Fort, 11;; IE. I. VWariiitanii,
I(l; For the coni-titiitioniii autend--
.ielits, 45; again listhe constitutional
amt- nldieni ts, 5.'3.

To the Public.
Aliow me to sty a tlew words iin
praise of Chamtbrlain'la Coui tii h iN ii-
edy. I had a very s,-'( re cOU'hii anid
ciOld and feared I would get pneitu-
i.niiai, lbut after takini: 'lie iotmnil
dose of this medicine I felt better,
three bottles of it cured my cold and
the plains in my ch-tl disappeared en-
tirely. I am most re-pe-tfully your-
jor health, R al ph S. Meyers, 64 Tliir-
ty-seventhi St., WheelinL, \W. Va.
For sale bly Anti-IMonopoly I )ru"-
Store. ni


Ever Occur


rlIHAT when You refuse to insure Your life You don't take the


11111. MRS. 1 T. TOMAPKINS'
FA-PiloUMLNRY
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w,: :Isla Source tofl Pleasu witre to Ev~erybd. Sir i. 15501;too
hi~ve .sIs hiere ; inerstyle wi g suii &" 1' '.11 v'11 11 t"fl I"
011 yfouaded po n :hard o k. her jirYitirelple efotati,'11 r.flost will
0-_l eefttoeey w ~U~i iilthte fillet-I a wlla*
Mi ii E el quality :to'I syle ired tYl ii -e -att i I
am- sriittiit ) I5'tile jit_'rtee iid -ralf tife imliii a to. i..' *..r .m
Pari p l oati. o-m-will get iyoexrlaisn w y s wh .ri 1' a ii V.Ib#-y
Ob throwni-nit.


Pumps for the Court House Cisterns
A coimIiittee f'roiln tlie lioanri of
count y ni ni i-illio .i.rs mlie, with
''anitary" liin 'ctor .1. F. W illiml oil,
on the llirt of the city, anid li-i.us-esl
tlihe 'Topo ition of 1t ilting ilt jili i 1 -
inll tlie two i.ster- in thle court hoiu-e
yarti. ''tihe comnl ittee agre.eill to tdie
,lrol(losiit.l!i til Ithie npumpsai1 will Ibe
ei,'itell, tlie city tio pay ionie hlilf anil
thie ouinty one hialtf olit. ex ien-.e of
the samlle.
The-se c'i-ter'nit allltli'r v.rv. excellent
witer,whiihi i- ii-t-l liy a 'larte inifier
of our pllopl).,who will finil thi. p'i*ils
Illii o it ** VI N Imellit.


Florida Bigger than a Kingdom.
I ln lil h:n il- we fin ,l\xpro,-ill.s of
thl -rencral pro-jperity ofi tlhe state of
Florida. \We are ri,-li and w ie shoulI
:ind will lIprosper. Our climate is


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The paper "Of the People, tor the People and by the People."


V4 i. I \ XVI, NO 17.


OCALA, FLORIDA, FRIDAY. NOVEMBER 7, 1902.


DOLLAR A TEAR.


~I.'w,. iVt' APEKK WILE. NOT
0 40% '%1 1 M 10-T Ct' UTHI*X ANWHOkI
044 %11-0F1 s Ni WI4 il *TWOUT K1. NKk1


FRIDeY, NOVEMBER 14,

Children's Day at the State Fair. Lake


6 1 II K 1. e. MAs IWH IS< lCIN City-Prize Contests to be HMeld in
a,.., 1i1 the New Court House.

tAizs A za zaIaA* am *AH o The conteoet for the gold medals
SM j offered by the State Fair Association
.. ,... for the best declamation by boy under
A PRAYER 12 years of age aniid by boy between 12
and 16) years of age, and for best reci-
S station by girl under 12 years of age
S *,,:, and tby girl between 12 and 26 years of
.' "" "' '' age, will be held in the court house at
II "* It n '* '* "
S. h,,- I 7 p. m.
S "All those wh,, intend to enter these
oiatestw ar*r re-lues ,ed to send their
.. uje.. uj.ts, giving name of school grade
i and age, to the amidersigned, not later
,. .,., ,, than N,,ov-nailt r 1"2. Only one boy
ad onte girl ft'111 any one grade in
S, anuy (one wlhol| will be allowed to en-
It r th.-se ei onte-',s. An admission fee
S; '" tof I ct'en.ts will be h-arged at the
in- i1
,,.I- ,,--'. f:- .;:n. I door. Thi- is done merely to prevent
.. .. ..the building from being crowded by
tt *
... ,.. ,. r disinteretted peronts. The contest-
S '"" auto will tbe admitted without charge.
It i.* exlpeted that the citizens of Lake
'M M. .,s I.. t.t.. h t la, ten City and the visitors to the fair will
i.. t a -' .r t l.*- et ft day. ,,encourage the children by their press.
9" t tie a ltce.
La w 14 M..i.. s.f I e-.-t ur*., Npent Thea contests for the gold medals
- .-s ',. mm Us ach hb ta wife, who oflf-red by the State Fair Association
-,', t. ht --.-r. Mr. William for the tbet story and for the best essay
Il 6'.f by taty or girl under 16 years of age,
.,."rI I I I'4.a, *ure. It re. will be held in the new court house at
... ,--.***ti, arti al.l*, em. Try it 2 p.m. As pulldished, the subjects in
- .N ,,!. ,,. "'> a. L .r at fail@ the contests will be furnished by a
committee. A limit of two hours will
% % I. I a ,- tvlt .htithlron he giv-n. All writing material will be
t.,, \i,- ... I*, I- tv.. r-tuirned furnished free. No limit as to number


6 a. ''. Soi 11,11,1 0- 11elglt. lo


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1 t,.111 a.-I.las. iq am 1tile

a ~I.; Hall, U1141 will
*~* i. sa ~ ..a.nwso -Mr. Hall
Ut ht. 96fir s 11011. which it.
... ..'l t.% %lre Jubmiti.

,,ra i.-d 0M aIsrttjsrvuand uIll 11Mr1.
~u~1-1 t.\0141111,I rk aliout ten
4W .- ..!t Il- noolir.tterw11hoist,
ai-111 '. -1169, T fre it, 4 *erniasliq to
0.'too 11san Wt h 6 lt tr-rililwhomt

J.- I % -,--ua. in wtiegii was
I .#- at 11,kit-i;'l iez a hotel, now
la t*4 fcittatei sid St Ihulvtoi. avSWis'
f m'~sake it haIl. tI I ~s(*wular in
% l a.. i *-t i.10 vsw. l sas* sh Clmaialinen,
* as'ISI .-lisle'." U iltileIalutoux

1A M W I ,uoo-r, alla eai'lismve
11*~S a *.1w-rIato'1'at I stiti~t, bans
p',t..~s1 '''t lt +t.. Savatiutishanid
*sa ltisitial. 4'aim y.'storday onl
tile 1i,10 16-.1144 M r II in er will
all lu r~s ii ta111i. ;0ristodou on a

I '# i- 4to 4,6-11-. mUlitIt.lisp I lseqgto
f 1.0 011iis.Ys S O-I? .gsu ailyst atfout

,,*-rf.4 tol. I.Ite It wee diamove"c
ygte a .eeH Asa tts.vItied loa edrtitl in
a-i, oa.o. Sldt ~.4ile i.. sf wimpWS urcee-w


of appllicants, fr.nm any one school or
from any one grade in any one schooll
inu these written contte's. The com-
nmittee will gladly make arrangements
for all who wish to compete for the
medasin.
All th4sa. whoi expect to enter these
I et0ntestl are reqtlueted to make appli-
catitlon for dit sks and writing material
at the edueatinmal department in the
hig tent not later than 12 o'clock Fri-
day, November 14.
4'hildren leaving the fair grounds to
enter theie contests will Ie given a
return check which will entitle them
to adniiwiion again into the fair
grounds.
All school exhibits should reach
lake City not later than November 9.
Address all packages or boxes to
County Superintendent T. H. Owens,
Educational Department State Fair,
Lake City, Fla.
Any further information will be
cheerfully furnishedl by the under-
sigued.
s('.EM HAMi'TON,
Supt' Edca'l Dep 't State Fair
D*es it Pay to euy Cheap?
A cheap remedy for coughs and
colds ti all right, but you want some-
thing that will relieve and cure the
more s-vere and dangerous results of
throat and lung troubles. What shall
you do? Go to a warmer and more
regular climate? Yes, if possible; it
not possible, for you, then in either
ease take the only remedy that has
been introduced in all civilized coun-
tries with success in severe throat and
lung troubles, "Bosebhee's German
Syrup." It not only heals and stimu-
lates the ti.sues to distroy the germ
disease, but allays inflammation and
causes easy expectoration, gives a
good night's rest and cures the pa-
tient. Recommended many years by
all druggists in the world. You can
get this reliable remedy at Anti-Mo-
nopoly Drug Store.+
A Velee from the East Ceast.
Hon. Frank Harris' boom for gov-
ernor seems to be confined to no par-
ticular section of Florida. The uni-


COUNCIL MEETING.


The Cow Question.--Election of Elec.
trick Light Superintendent.
The council was full Tuesday night.
That is all the members were present.
A large and very respectable dele-
gation of citizens were present to pro-
test against the ever growing cow
nuisance. H. L. Anderson and L. N.
Green were the spokesmen for the
citizens committee. After a very
general discussion the police comr-
mittee was instructed to employ a
special man to drive outon or impound
cattle and enforce provisions of pres-
ent ordinances. Later a new ordi-
nance on same subject was introduc-
ed but tabled.
After routine business the election
of a sue4eseor to Mr. W. I. Engleby,
whose resignation as superintendent
of the electric light plant was accep-
ted, was taken up. Three applica-
tions were read, E. C. Bennett, R. E.
Yonge, jr., and Sloman Moody, all
former O alians. Mr. Bennett was
chosen on the second ballot.

About a Former Ocala Boy.
The following paragraph appears in
the Galveston, (Tex.) News about Mr.
('has. T. Brian, formerly of Ocala, in
which his many friends here will be
interested:
"This is the fourth season of Mr. C.
T. Brian's service as treasurer for the
Grand opera house. He was taken
out of knickerbocker's when he was
placed in this position under the
management of Fred Weiss in 1899.
When Mr. W. Seeskind assumed the
management in 1900, the year of the
storm, Mr. Brian had been again
installed as treasurer, and when Mr.
M. C. Michael assumed charge of the
rehabilitated Grand last season, Mr.
Brian was made his assistant in the
box office, a position he continues this
season to fill. Mr. Brian Is a son of
Capt. C. T. Brian, a well known naval
officer and a grand son of the late
Gen. J. J. Dickison, of Florida. He
came to Galveston thirteen years
ago."
This complimentary notice is head-
ed with a splendid picture of Mr.
Brian.


Wright-Cartor.
Announcement has been made of
the marriage of Miss Ethel DeLacy
Wright, daughter of Judge and Mrs.
A. 0. Wright, formerly of Jackson-
ville, to Mr. Robert Love Carter, of
Reidsville, N. C. The wedding took
place on Tuesday evening, Oct. 28, in
Reidsville, where Mise Wright had
been visiting friends for some time.
Miss Wright met Mr. Carter in Jack-
sonville during the Spanish-Ameri-
can war and their acquaintance re-
sulted in their happy marriage last
week.
Mrs. Carter has many friends in
Ocala, having visited Mrs. G. T.
Palmer, nee Miss Lillas Allred, here
on several occasions, and her mar.
riage will be a matter of pleasureable
interest to them.
To Cure a Cold in One Day
Take Laxative Bromo Quinine Tab-
lets, All druggists refund the money
if it falls to cure. E. W. Grove's sig-
nature is on each box. 25c. '
Ocla Eleotloe notes.
E. P. Thagard led the ticket in
Ocala.
(Gen. Robt. Bullock got one vote for
congress.
Hon. W. K. Zewadeki received the
support of one enthusiastic voter for
state senator.
Memrs. R. A. Buriord and C. L.
Ristrunk received one vote each for
the legislature.
Hon. James M. Barco received one


BOARD OF PUBLIC INSTRUCTION.

The Board of Public Instruction in
and for Marion county, Fla., met this
day in regular session with G. S.
Scott. chairman, B. R. Blitch and B.
I. Hull present.
Minutes of the last meeting were
read and approved.
W. A. Wilkerson, supervisor of the
Clarksville colored school, resigned,
and the secretary was instructed to
appoint some one to till the vacancy.
The resignation of J. H. Brooks, as
trustee of the Martel special district,
was accepted, and the patrons are
hereby asked to recommend some one
to fill the vacancy.
Upon a petition of the patrons of the
Candler special school district, Albert
McClair was appointed a trustee of
said district to fill the unexpired term
of J. Y. McKenney, resigned.
0. E. Hill appeared before the board
and asked that in view of the fact that
the Daisy school would lack only two
days of being out by. Christmas, that
the teacher be allowed to teach two
Saturday in order to end the school
before the holidays. The request was
gained.
It was ordered that all schools must
dismiss for the Christmas holidays on
December 23d, 1902, and begin school
again on January 5th, 1903, and where
it is the desire of a majority of the
patrons, teachers may dismiss on Fri-
day, December 19th, and open on
January 6th, but no teacher will be
paid for time taught between Decem-
ber 23d and January 5th.
The Treasurer's report was exam-
ined and approved, as follows:
Balance from last report...... $ .55
Received from comptroller, tax sales...... 197.01
** bondsmen of F. D. Pooser 916.69
.. .. P. Thagard, levy of '9! 9 75
.. ** polls of'9 1 3 oo
T. E Pasteur.................. 65
Total receipts ......... $i.i37 61
Disbursed during month..................... 1,137 64
Balance in treasury ........ 9 .ot
Treasurer's report for special school


districts were approved
Place. Receipts.
Ocala .... $ 13.70
McIntosh 1I 35.
Belleview................ 41 .16
Fantville................ 25 77
Dunuellon.............. 3 5
Reddick 5-79
Fine Level ... .. 17 51
Mayrville .......... 4 97
Weirsdale................ 70.45
Citra .. 5.10


Total........


$197.31


as follows:
Di,. Bal
$ 13.07 $ 63
..... I1 .35
*.**- 25.77
*......... .79
......... 1 7 51
......... 4 76
3 oo00 65 45
......... 3.10
$ IS oX) $179.24


A Deep Mystery.
It is a mystery why women endure
backache, headache, nervousness,
sleeplessness, melancholy, fainting
and dizzy spells when thousands have
proved that Electric Bitters will
quickly cure such troubles. "I suf-
fered for years with kidney trouble,"
writes Mrs. Phebe Cherley, of Peter-
son, Il., "and a lame back pained me
so I could not dress myself, but Elec-
tric Bitters wholly cured me, and
although 73 years old, I now am able
to do all my housework." It over-
comes constipation, improves appe
tite, gives perfect health. Only 50c
at Anti-Monopoly drug store. S
Engagement of Miss Hooker and
Mr. Drake Announoed.
The engagement of Miss Alice
Hocker, formerly of Ocala, and Mr.
Trusten P. Drake, of Leesburg, has
just been announced. The wedding
will take place early in December
and will be at the home of Miss Hock-
er's sister, Mrs. Chas. P. Lovell, in
Jacksonville, with whom Miss Hocker
now lives.-DeLand Cor. Times-Un-
ion and Citizen.
The prospective bride is the young-
est daughter of Judge William A.
Hocker, of Tallahassee, and a sister of
Mr. Will Rocker, of this city. She is
a young debutante, this being her
first year out of school, and is a very
popular and charming young lady.


HOT AIRANDCOLD FACTS

We don't want newspaper puff's. nor to he called inancieris:
that is 'hot air." We want Imsinss, andI work six ,days in
the week to give it proper atte ntion wlihen we get it: that is
"cold facts." + + 4 4.

MUNROE & CHAMBLISS, BANKERS,
OCALA, FLORIDA.
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THE OCALA BANNER.

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1
MmrT : rTHe HANNEK. BEI.IEVIN(
rl4M.K A1l TIlE TOP WELII ABIE TO
AKE CAR: OF THEMSELVES, HAS
A&KKN IT" STAND IN THE BAKKI-
-AIMS WITH TIlE (4IMMoN PEOPLE,
A&t IT f'1.IlHT WIl.I IE MAIlE I.R
lE II-rrETTtCZMENT 46fV TuloSE AT Till
alVMI. --


FAlitor Frank Walpl-le, of the Tam.
pa H-rald. teww-. a flower our way
slid it if v*-ry much alpreciated. We
have arriptural authority for saying
thtt ti1* l-1**- v.ti Sl U l Hur nil are to I b
e.. A1 6 I *1C ith til -. titst.

\\ I litlgtgos fMllitlg off ahIld llim.
fe,. grinnmg "greater small and
beautifully k-s" every day the lawyers
in tihe next legislature must hunt
aroutld lively and rebate more office
for aeml.err" of the "roy.vl plurple pro-
feion.."

governorr JennintsmA i receiving
Mime very determined oplpoition and
urne rather severe e criticisms but
truth and justice compel us to say
that ite I, making a very excellent
executive otliver. His administra-
tson, if it ke|~w. on to the end as it lhas
|I-un. will go down in history as an
uusexzption:dly excelhint one.

t'rof. Hough, of the North Western
I nivemity, iwlieve" that Mars, Venus,
Mnrrury and millions of other plan-
ers. are inhaliited. Well, why not?
Why M, much waste of energy, if not
for thWe purI-We of habiitation ? Inhab-
it"ed Why of course they are. Whv
should they be careering through
sjo.wealmlew'ly likes man in deliriums
Thi, little earth of ours is not the only
poebt4e on the each.

Prerideut i-~ sevelt deserves all the
promise he is receiving for his good
of-ew in bringing thile al strike to a
wttlesenlL Tile president nty not
carry himlef with the severe and
rigid dignity of the "gentlemen of the
ouilt hooll," hut results are what count,
slId ao a doer of thiuLng "our Cousin
Teddy" eeeiii- to get there in go ld
daloae.
In it, ,mnanientN on "i4uosevelt and
th. Tru-mt," tihe Comnmouer says: To
tw a rleputliean today one tnust sleep
in hifs fatigut uniform and be ready to
march iei any direction at the com-
mandlt of the officers temporarily in
charge. It was not always so, and it
i silly a |uetion of time when farm-
em. laIn.ringi neni at.d small business
men will demand of the republican
a-rty fidlity to the lpele's interests,
and. failing to ,coneiel fidelity, will
dew-rt the p.arty.


I do not look as
though I ever was
sick."
WIbe a woman is sick she falls off in
ooks. Thtis is prticulariv the case


THE POLICY OF PROTECTION.


The policy known as protection-
legislating in favor of certain indus-
tiies by the imposition of tariff duties
-is either right or wrong. It right,
the policy is wholly right. If wrong,
it is entirely wrong.
This paper believes that the whole
system is pernicious. It believes that
it is contrary to the spirit of our in-
stitutions and the written language of
our constitution.
It believes that the freedom of trade
is as priceless as the freedom of speech
and should lie ai safely guar led.
So believing it holds that democrats
should noit coutilentln-e the policy of
protection in any f.shion.
Demonwrats destroy the wlihole force
of their argument against it the
moment they advocate the levying of
a protective duty on any local product
or manufactured article.
In his speech in this city lait Thurs-
day night Hon. Stephen M. Spark-
mnRn stated the democratic contention
in a most convincing and pleasing
manner, but destroyed the whole
force of his argument, literally tore
down the splendid edifice he had
erected, by announcing that he favor-
ed a protective duty on oranges, be-
cause they are grown in Florida, and
on cigars, twec use they are manufac-
tured in Tampa.
That is the milk in the cocoanut.
The coal barons in Pennsylvania
want their industry protected and
the whole people of the United States
to pay tribute to them.
The iron ore producers in Alabama

want their products protected so the
whole people of the United States will
be forced to pay tribute to them.
And so on to the end of the chapter.
The handful of orange growers in
Florida and the few cigar manufac-
turers in 'lampa crylaloud that their
products be protected so that they may
grow rich at the expense of the great
army of consumers.
The scheme is one of greed. It is
entirely selfish and sectional.
It is against the spirit of freedom
and equality that is running through
the constitution and is breathing in
every line of the declaration of rights,
and has no lodgment or place in the'
creed of democracy.

THE RELIGION OF THE NEW CEN-
TURY.

Dr. Edward Everett Hale contri-
bute lthe follow ing as the three phys-
ical duties of the new century:
1. To build a four track railway
from Quebec to l'Patagonia, so that
the union of thlis hemisphlere may be
more corn mplete.
2. A smaller railway of four tracks
from the Atlantic to the Pacific,
through northern G(ermany andt Eu-
ropean and Asiatic Russia.
3. Cecil Rhodes' four track railway
from Cairo to the Cape. Whether the
Pilistines understand it or not, reli-
gious tmen know that all ie people to
whon these railways will be of use
are children of God; they know that
the rule of Ood requires that each of


His children shall have air and water
and light and food. "Paraguay must
not say to Cainada, 'I have no need of
thee.' Nor, again, must Cape Colony
say to Sweden. 'I have no need of
thee.'" The religion of the century
will make the world's life a common
life.


Next, for an Americtni, a citizen iof
this reputblic., it is easy to see that
if(,4i's rule requires that the life Eof
the world shall lie common life, the
religion of the century will require a
cordial good understanding between
the different raets eof men in America.
"Can the dominant white race lift up


woman asks where to "catch on," as
the car of the world rolls forward, the
answer of the religious man is: "You
will highly determine personality to
assist in one of the three great railway
enterprises, or to lend a haud with
spirit in the conciliation of the Amer-
ican races, or to consecrate time and
opportunity to the cause of universal
peace."
DEMOCRATIC DOCTRINE.

"It is my clear conviction," says
ex-President Cleveland. "that the best
absurauce of success for the deniocracy
in the uext national eanlpaign will lbe
found in a sincere and unrenmitting
insistence upon its old-tinie ditctrinie
ofa fair and lbeiienicniit tarill' adju:.t-
niellt."
The poor old tarill-ragged, tattered
and torn. For nigh onto eighty years
it has served the "get-into-ollice""
purpose of the wily politician. As
heaven is the judge, the only measure
of dillerence between the democratic
and republican tariff tinkers i%. the
nmeasly difference of a few lptr cent-
the ditlerence between tweedhledurn
and tweedledee.
The "old time democratic doctrine."
is the doctrine of "the freedom of
trade," and why hasn't ex-President
Cleveland the courage to say so.
Talk about back bone. Mr. Cleve-
land has never known what it was
He wouldn't know it if lie were to
see it in the road.
The difference of the tariff under
the administration of Plre.-ident
Cleveland and the administration of
President Roosevelt don't amount to
a whit! of wind.
We doubt if there is one 1man in ten
seeing the two schedules side by side
could tell the dith-rence unless they
were tagged.
What we want to see is the en-
forcemnent of the democratic doctrine
of the freedom of trade undisguised
under the name of "'reciprocity" or
anything else.

The Quintessence of Meanness.
The meane-t thing we have run
across in politics in a long time is tlhe
following from the St. Louis State
Republican:
Bryan receives t1 o from the state deni, cra.tic
campaign t'ind for speaking in Missouri. It i,.
apparently, a purely commercial prpo)ti),ilon
with him. lie i Lust know. for it ha lin elin pul-
hli'hed far and wide, that tht- nen in actual col>-
tr'l ofthe Missouri deniocracy have dt clar again-t the is.se which hie hin .if raiie'l and
which is the only po-silblte sciie t.ot hi. olii-
tiimnialce on the political stage. In accepting
pay for advocating his "prin):ipie-" Bryan d,.--
cendsi to the level of a comlmoin)n tntertaiiner, in
a linet with Mtarshall P'. w\tlder or ;tiv other
vaudeville "star
Now, Mr. Bryan says thliat hlie deliv-
ered twenty speeches in Missouri andl
the question of comtlpenlaltion wa's
never mentioned. D)urini the past
six years he has contributed more
than nineteen thousand dollars to
various campaign coni(n1ittectt.
He says:
"Democrats need not fear to deiiouinicet as
false in toto) such charges as that *jpioteti al'ovv
whenever and wherever they appear."
No newspaper in this country should
bear false witness against so good ar. id
so pure a man as W. J. Bryan.


Its Nakedness Exposed.
How selfish and sectional and op-
posed to the spirit of our institutions
is the policy of protection. Liston to
this from the San Francisco Chronicle
reprinted with approval in Scipio
Craig's (Citrogralph.
"What we want is Califoinia c.,ngre'n-.tu
who will vote against. the passage of :siy law
which impairs the protection givt-n to aiiy
CAlifornia product.-
Now isn't that a nice utterance.
W\auts the whole American ration to
pay tribute to a handful of oranL.e iand
grape growers in Ctalifornia. And it
is this un-Americanti, in-demniocratic
and infamous policy that hias made so
few rich men and so limany poor iment


"Dooley'" on the Press.
Here is "Mr. Dooley's" tribute to
the press, appearing in his latest ar-
tiole-one of his best:
"Th' newspapers does ivrything f'r
us. It runs th' polish force an' th'
ltnlks, co( lilmanlids tl' nmilishy, con-
throls th' legislachure, biaptiz s th'
young, marries th' foolish, comforts
th' alticted, affiets th' comfortable,
buries th' dead an' roasts thin afther-
ward. They ain't anything it don't
turn its hand to fr'Wn explaLnin' th-
docthrine iv thranssubstantiation to
4om|losin' saleratuis Ilikit. Ye can
get anny kind iv information ye want
to in ye'vr fav-rit newspaper about
ye'erslif or .tAny one else. What tbl
('zar whis.pred to th' Ilup'ror Willum
w\ltin they \\ere alone, hlow to make a
silk hatl ot iv a wire mattress, how
to settle thl' coal strike, who to marry,
hiow to get on with ye'er \\ife whin
ye'er mia rried, what to feed th' babies,
what doctor t4o call whirn ye've fed
thin as -directedl,--all iv that ye'll
tinad ii: tIh' pt-pl rs.
I'ley usid to iy :a nll's life was
a slo-.ed lbook. StS it i-, but its au open
lit paperer"

Suppose?
"I 'nelp li h)by Davis is doing a su-
Iperior piece Iof acting in that farce
comtitdy, "I Idoni't waniit to )o black to
WVashingtoln," aind if hedloe'sn't ninint,
lie nuty over act the role, and soime
o1istitutits i may m iab'.oinie so over-
wroiltlit with syimpathiy for the terri-
ble -ariti-es he lia.,s ma e iin .erviiig a
01od41 hearted pol-, that the.y mlighit
say: "Mr. ('t*airman, I move we
d41'lt send U'licle obby no moiire'-
Ja'k-oiville Florid iani.

"Me and Blackstone" Can Get There
by Saying So.
We wait to tell ye Ilu:'t if J. M.
Ii.rirs really waits to go to congress
he will come very near going there.
A large per cent of our people will
vote for hiim because of his fitness for
iilchi a position and a still larger per
ient will vote for hiin merely to get
hini out of Jacksionville.-William-
soln's Floridian.


FACE



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N,.- oWA. -
Pimples, Blackheads. Red
Rough, Oily Skia
PREVaii"O By


MrLIONs or PEOPLE t Ls CTrcevA
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preserving, purifying, and beautifying the
skin, for cleansing the scalp of crusts,
scales, and dandruff, and the stopping ot
falling hair, for softening, whitening, and
soothing red, rough, and sore hands, for
baby rashes, itching, and chafngs, and
for all the purposes of the toilet, bath, and
nursery. Millions of Women use CuTi-
CURA SOAP in the form of baths for annoy-
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in the form of washes for ulcerative weak-
nesses, and for many sanative purposes.
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at ON PRICneK, the BST akin and cornm-


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Belong to that class of inflammatory and disfiguring skin rtiptin- tl.it
cause more genuine bodily discomfort and worry than a!l ,,th, r r:,,wn
cause mo re genuine s or sediments which collect in the -, t ., .*
diseases. The impurities ordey n other organs of ln:.., .
of poor digestion, inactive Kidneysando with acid peons n. ::,:. an :
taken up by the bl oodsaturating the syst with aynd pr. that ooze out through the glands and pores of the skin. pr in o r .
scribable itching and burning, and "I ca canheerlly endorse I 1r8.a
the yellow, watery discharge forms "a cure for ZcS~ ma. I was troutbi"t
into crusts and sores or little brown remedies with no g ood es Id t mftane
and white scabs that drop off, leaving "uing afew bottles of S. S..wa nt
the skin tender and raw. The effect ly reli Centrvd. W aCamph.1.
of the poison may cause the skin to 813W. Central at., W&C ta. ][.
of the poisonit a scaly, fishy appearance; again tlhe t.rulpt:on.s umay
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THE UAiA BANNER, NOVEMBER, 7, 1902


MAs W uwmsa amuse.


I


%f Wenslomje at lomes Poroespeftp?
1ant.;ss Its- I ;i gtar iac'tt'fle. The
tu'll-ltilaly Iva% rv.11 ii Tautiva; fact'.ie
t~~~ '-slist tau.~4NilF


Truthfoutg said.

a Is. I atir e ki la.: t s a n 4o h e i s ti t# rai l-

'01 4111 1~ Al I .iat ar 4-opa


Al Ombereaterial Freoic.

9-1.. d..ai 'ut -1? "fleat flt- t:,o~vrsmor
I. ala .,G- -a 1 Its I sl@- I:, ovrgaeor afi
is a~~ It., t I 4 oil r r.- I sif". lliaaamt.

81 melliaer.. elf Its OW 1t.
9 ''. &a I-,g~. e have -,kippjed
I ahafla- 11.1o %**ear. 'llaat '14 all
fliit I, tav -oa. f *eoir i..t it, atid
it ha..-i I. i aall Tallaila.o.uMee



A twu- vaiar factory ju-4t established
ml ei. -P' iS. atiB' 5 avr to im ojeliend

a mve1tmatr aIII* at-ap, im'stittm made ;sipoe


SONth Fterds at the Fair.
II ~ Isie mimld l'.lk are the
atqe-mt ;gdoltitolig. 14o thelist iit(of eqounties
asaaIIIiicm (fielftlim va-ibiiihj at thme Miate
F- -oil Ti... tisun Iw-r ii, lst%% One-haldf
larger Mallamas ISIear.-llart'w 4 '(strifer


4 a sod ms"uOt.
4L Iis.. : e a t-Atitnr- ouam.t 114. 114tatll
.-isIm IlotsIr oil the Kalv..m'.City p.latformn.
4 of,!% 4e oil a lt gI.. thliough, like a tired
iit** L. Ir Ill.. o-gilvor~ement of the Timne.-
I ,a..: mi4 Iattmp.-sm w demmcracry comes


we Samoa.
4 oi,. -f Tam;.'~A el-l intforne-ol j1"lj-
is ala- i- 41uthm01wity test the tutatessaeot
i4 o. ovo~-rna~w Jenningls would lie a
is'- trnsu~..c MfladrTalia-
t rIll tit#- Imalited states sena~te.-
4 r- a Out.' snsjc

act1 tat is ami to 111"t.


4: '- If atas t"Ouile ill 1 slosa.
Ii se.ata It% 1- tillird tO beat ill the
itie tp~ aus-.ir anything elme', for
t a sstt. Ta1llahauwe 'ptil

Wb *Saeess Is It.
= ,m *t I ,--toovll d~ws walit
f larri1- 14, 1W- gp.voiritor cof
el's*'s- *i.~,Jesm taothimonw' Ha&r-


**- It pi~rk V, a famous old-.


.*~'~-' IAi plenty of
I~~~ *IICs 1 11LIc~lle to the
I '~' l It % C ;) A.I Id 100


~ p4 ~ ia man
It. The idea
K .1 itha- d.ir LitsIthe
I -'. :h '.fl-lmpt~Cneeds


I n tlmcwn I~theniud-
~-. ~ thfict lit-thug Lt tO
c '' ~np I c. Prk is too)


-~ [a-o 1, f l~eflI.the floti.


I ra -%-(74 digestion.
I 151 13511fat in this
p .. ~I, 1 i' t often the only
fhult the biattle, but
'-.-~tI stn 31-lci ~does ilmore
th~t Ihcrc 1-- %(Me-
thIi' .0,a'LtIt the omhi nation
., t,*."d iticr d .ndhk pophos-


to would--be I;overnor Harris, and
vice ver s.-Bartow Courier-Inform-
ant.

it Depeeds ** Where it is Located.
Some ente-rpri-sing K -nius by the
name of Smith has purchased S,INNt
a'resof land near Tampia for the pur-
|lw.e of bringing a -colony to cultivate
It atndl a.so to establish ian industrial
School. Peopliitig a land or territory
by meaui ,f.,lo ,ies ia.a- hardly ever
ibe-n a s.j'-ess, attnd it hbas altinmt in-
variably e-t-e di.u a ,isot-u to the origi-
nalc ,lonait-..-- .. Augustine Record.


Don't Enjoy Those Bouquete.
iE itor Stoval!. of the Tampa Tri-j
Ibune, lias ithe H.trri-ian gubernatorial
catnduitlay-., leadI thlat ratlies is rapio- I
ly developlti. between promoting
Hlrris' guberiat-iorial publicity and
rank WaliPole'- btox car nightmare
headlines, anmotl.-r p itient may soon)
he looked for at C'hattahoochee.-
Oeala Star.

The Banner Will Be as Generous.
There are in Peusa-ola, as in every
town of its size, many merchants and
business men, who, failing to grasp
the vital principal of success makes a
failure of life from a financial stand-
point and grow discouraged. The
future look- indeed dreary to the un-
fortunate engulfed in commercial
reverses, but the News will ever prove
the ready friend to such a man, if he
will but request our assistanc-e. We
will gladly impress his business, his
name, and his location so indelibly
on the minds of the people that they
will unconsciously turn to his place of
business when they want anything
in his line.-Pensacola News.

The Strength of Labor Unions.
Baltimore claints tY,ws labor union
workmen and New Orleans S,,(N,0.
Even in our principal Florida cities-
Jacksonville and Tampa-the labor
unions control the city officials and
dictate that city work shall be done
by union members. The labor union
is incoming a great factor in business
and polities. A- an evidence of this,
we call to mind the etlorts of Presi-
dent Roosevelt to end the coal strike,
and the great succes54 attained by himl
just liefore the November elections.
At no other time could this have been
dotne.-Detl.1nd New'.

Alachua County Women.
It's rag dolls to doughnuts that tilhe
prize offered by the Alachua County
Fair to the ugliest woman goes out of
tile county, unless outsidersare barred
by tlie association.-< ainensville Sun.
Brother McCreary are we to urder-
utand that the women of Gainesville
are upon an average so all fired ugly
that it is a difficult matter to decide
which one is the ugliest; or do you
wish to homely women in your city? You, of
course, do not estimate the beauty of
thie of tile Plensacola fair sex? You have
oevimn our women here, Mc('reary, and
you remember that they captivated
you. Come over to our November
carnival aind look ulpon them again.
Itut lering your wife along.-Pensacola
New. ____
A Flower for Mr. Fiagler.
The p'.-te with flattering fragrance, eulo-
gize,, thie Tilmes-'nion and Citizen, a
graceful tribute from a great paper to
a powerful contemporary. An omis-
sion. unintentional, no doubt, was the
failure of the Banner to praise the
owner, whose open purse has made
po et, the suulication of such a
piper as tie Tinme.-1'nuion and C('itizen.


Iteallyv the man behind the bank roll
..ouli not ite ignored when compli-
ments* are liing testowed.-Pensacola
JoI ri mt]l.
Would Be a Good One.
If re-cent rumors are true Editor
McCreary of the ;ainesville Stilt is in
trati'ing for the Unite. d States senate,
and ba- shown 1on mnfre than one oc-


The Grand Jury and the Poor Farm.
To the Editor of the Banner.
For the benefit of the late grand
jury and others who may have been
misled by its general presentment
as to the disposition of timber on the
poor farm, I asK space to state that
the timber referred to was cut, corded
and when paid for. was hauled from
the land by the buyer, from in round
numbers, ten acres of land, which
was necessary to clear so as to make
in the aggregate sixty acres of open
land on the farm which will be divi-
ded into three twenty acre lots with-
out any additional length to the
fencing that existed, thereby provid-
ing for a system of rotation of crops
and pasturage. The question to be
solved was, which is best to hire
hands to fell, pile and burn the tim-
ber on those ten acres of land at the
expense of the county, or let another
pay one hundred and two dollars into
the county treasury for the privilege
of moving that timber and leaving
the land so that when fire is applied
some dry day it will be in condition
to use the plow. I believe it is some-
where printed, "you the granti jurors
for the body of this county of ......
do solemnly swear or affirm as the
case may be, that you will diligently
inquire and true presentment make,"
etc. I was before that body once,
frequently met with some of its mem-
bers during its session, but no in-
qiuiry was made of me, notwitbstand-
ing it is generally known that I am
commissioner in charge of the poor
farm. H. W. LoN,.
$100 Bewarl SUUW
The readers of this paper will be
pleased to learn that there is at least
one dreaded disease that science has
been able to cure in all its stages and
that is Catarrh. Hall's Catarrh Cure
is the only positive cure known to the
medical fraternity. Catarrh being a
constitutional disease, requires a con-
stitutional treatment. Hall's Catarrh
Cure is taken internally, acting
directly upon the blood and mucous
surfaces of the system, thereby de.
stroying the foundation of the dis-
ease, and giving the patient strength
by building up the constitution and
assisting nature in doing its work.
The proprietors have so much faith
in its curative powers, that they offer
One Hundred Dollars for any case
that it fails to cure. Send for list of
testimonials. Address,
F. J. C'HEN EY & CO., Toledo, 0.
Sold by Druggists. 75c.
atI'. tEauiilar Pilla are the best.


A HEALTH POLICY
The system is, from natural
causes, debilitated or run-down
both in the spring and fall. The
seasons' changes are always a tax
on the human organism. The
blood becomes impure in the
spring, and vitality Ings in the fall.
A little care, a little assistance,
and nature will do the rest, as it is
always trying to maintain health.
Frequently the weakest organ will
show the most disorder, and this
often leads to wrong treatment.
For the de ilitated conditions
of spring or fall, or any other
time, for that matter, the right
thing to do is to build up the
whole system. It is not your stom-
ach, or liver, or nerves alone that
cause the trouble; you are weak-
ened all over and must have re-
newed strength and vitality. These
s. vou cannot get so
quickly or surely or
safely as by using

'Or.HARTER'S

IRON TONIC
When you use Dr. Harter's Iron
Tonic you are helping to renew
the vigor of every fiber of your
biwy. You are cleansing and en-
riching your blood; you are
strengthening your stomach and
increasing the digestive fluids; you
are building up and renewing the
activity of your kidneys and liver;
and you are feeding and revitaliz-
ing your nervous system. You
cannot do this without getting
well, and you cannot take Dr. Har-
ter's Iron Tonic without doing it.

CHICAGO, ILL., Nov. 26. 190L
The Dr. Charter Medirine Co.. Dapton. 0.
G(ENTLM'N:-I unhesitatingly recom-
mend Dr. Harter's Iron Tonic. as I
firmly believe it Is the best tonic on the
market to-day. Every spring and fall
my system seems to be in need of a
tonic, and for the past three years I
have taken a bottle of your tonic twice
a year. How. JOHN J. F'RLONO,
Rpresemtatit to the llno Legfuattre.
1351 Osgod St., Chicago.
FOR SALE .VERTYWEKIL


Starke's Good Fortune.
The poles are on the ground and
citizens of Starke are already begin-
ning to look forward with pleasure to
the time our streets will he ablaze
with light from an electric plant
owned and operated by the munici-
pali ty.--Starke Telegraph.
Malarial poison, chills and fever are
positively cured by using Robert's
Chill Tonic. 25cts, your money back
if It fails. Win. Anderson. t


A Would-be Voter.
To the Editor of the Ocala Bauner.
The undersigned walked up to the
polls in the court house Nov. 4, to
cast his ballot, when upon reference
to the book his vote was call, uged.
Upon inquiry, he was told th t his '
pole tax for 18140i had not leti paid,
consequently could ot vote.
The under.iiitaed went at onve to
Mr. Thagard, the tax .olIector, aind
asked for a duplicate receipt for poI!l
tax for I.S9I, which was readily given,
and with this in hand, piesetited
himself to the election managers, anld
threw this in their faces and quit-lly
walked out.
Who is to blanit for this negliguine
and care lesstiw s, in not giving the
citizens of Mariin county their proper
rights? I am told that nuninl-rs of
our citizens were treated i, the ?stilne
manner, thereby denied their vote.
A Vo)I.i ) l U) VOTER.

State Fair Notes.
Arrangements h bav been mnadc for
supplying power to exhibitors of ma-
ebinery, so that a very attractive ex-
hibit of machinery in active operation
is a-sured.
The famous herd of Devon cattle
which received the sweepstakes award
at the Charleston exposition will be
exhibited at Lake City.
The Esquinmo Village, which re-
cently attracted so much attention at
the Interstate Fair at Atlanta, will ibe
one of the Midway attractions of our
fair.


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FilNgE WINES. WHISKIES and BRANDITB.
My $.oo Rye or Bourloi at ..................... 7 4 o ( at...... .........
My 2 .50 .............. ...... !.oo Mv .Ny co North Carolina Corn at... ...
My 3,00 ....... M o 2. M't'n DewCori at.. L*
M y 4.00 ........I.................. 3 oC M y 3 00 o -
M y 00oo Gin at ...... ........... ... .... 1... .- 4.00 .. .. t .
M y 2.50 .......................................... 2 c. ly 4 .00 New England Rum at...............
The Juit and KJeg Trade Made a Special Feature.
In sending your orders always send enough to cover the cost of jugs, Half-gallon jags 1
-gallon ijug. l5C:2-.allon; iug, 25c: 3-Mallhinjugi 35c: kegs.%$1.
I sell more whiskey and better whiskey than any house in Florida.because I give goed.bo
est goods and full measure.
A trial order wilt convince you that"we are tht p iplt." Terms cash witbtheorder.
Vours.anxiu to teae. J. F. EDW ARDS.


JAS..Nt.RAHAV, l're!-iue-it.


(oEO.W.HYDE, Vice Pree.


The First National Bank
OF GAINES\ ILLE.
The Only Chartered Bank in Alachua County.
(C'apital ................................................ $ $-O,(*m) 00
Surplus a 1 Undivided ]''rotits i ........................ 2'O,( (il
Does exclusively a banking I, usitne-, witIl facilities *eiital to a y bank in the
state. Solits the amounts of Farntrs, Mer'hant', Corporations,
E'c. Interest allowed by speCi-t! arr:tnngesme:at. All businests
tran-t -.tezd pri;,ni 'tly.


T. F. THOMAS HARDWARE AND SEED CEPiNr ,

Gainesville, Florida.


Famous T. F. T. [Tried-Found-True] Brand of Seeds

Guaranteed True to Name and to Germinate.


All regular freight trains will trans-
port articles constituting part of coun-
ty exhibits from any regular freight
station free of charge when marked
by shipping tags furnished by the
official state fair representative for
each county.
Hillsborough, Lee and Polk are the
latest additions to the list of counties
making official exhibits. The num-
ber is now one half larger than last
year. If we had a good fair then what
must it be this year? Come and see
for yourself.
The A. C. L. railroad has iKs.ued an-
nouncements of special excursion
trains from Sanford and Leesburg,
reaching Lake City at 10 a. m., and
leaving at 5 p. m.; thus allowing vis-
itors to see the fair without absence
from home over night. The other
railroads are arranging similar sche-
dules.
She Didn't Wear a Mask.
But her beauty was completely hid-
den by sores, blotches and pimples til
she used Bucklen's Arnica Salve. Then
they vanished, as will all eruptions,
fever sores, boils, ulcers, carbuncles
and felons from its use. Infallible for
cuts, corns, burns, scalds and piles.
Cure guaranteed. At the Anti-
Monopoly Drug Store; '.5c. 3

Beautiful Belleview.
The bearing groves of our town and
vicinity are becoming tempting as the
gold of autumn tinges the heretofore
green globes. Ripening frnit shows
prettily on the trees of Messrs. W. C.
I)oolittle, E W. White, (;. W. Mc-
Clure, and just out of town on those
of Mr. W. Kilpatrick. We haven't
peeped inside Mr. Hiltou's enclosure,
but we suppose he has like good for-
tune.-News Letter.
We make the tilling of prescriptions
our special business and with care,
promptness, and with low prices,
have built up a good business, we
want your trade and will be pleased
to have you ask your physician to
leave your prescription with us. Ty-
dings & Co. +


For -prir pilaintiing. The old stand-
.ard.-; \Va:-w. II Wax Itean, Valentine
i'eal;, a1li iExtra .Early l*-fugee itMeas.
loPran.
'T'riimlli, Mtatd S., anld all other
l, etilingtr var: te, .
Egg Plant.
(;estianar- HiIh Hu-h, the only va.
ret y tl;st -.tint.m thie cold and will
ie-.cr -1iipii. uSitmle'.r almnimt all cir-
'iansl-t:tti',-. tane large dealer ai New
Yirk wrIte-: "I can get more f-or
t;ii- vari.-ty after they have ~tee
ki,'-ked-i around the -tore a week
JtiliH for 2c)ns other on arrival."

I i...a;I- .;* n. I e1markalble for it,
tal|.iai .!,' ti : iperfecti.,in of form ;
irithat, l',.\--y rel-; fine grain and de-
li'i, i l.tvor
Re embisr.
e- k-te-p every kind ,of eed adapted
to h leriei.t.
Our Prie*r
Are aiw)- the lowest, and will be
filrb-e'l j.arrii(ptly upon application.


FARM TOOLS, HARDWARE, TURPENTINE SUPPLIES.


POINT OFFICE DI:: I. NTOICE. OC4tl.. FLA.


J F. EDWARDS'

BIG WHISKEY HOUSE,

Gainesville and Ocala. Fla.


THE ALA BANNER, NOVEMBER, 7, 1902
III


Big 940loni Letluere.
We are pushing this Statndard va-
riety as in former years, for it i: the
Best Lettuce for market gardening.
lIAng Il alnd Grown Cu('ahaI.tge

We have all varieties. 'Thi- hs. al-
ways given results highly satisfiactry
to the grower and consumer.
Berinudat Onion Sneed.
We have seed this season of our ,w a
importation, and customers cvan ft- l
assured there is none better.
Rol'ky Ford (antnaloump-.
Our seed is grown f'.r us specially at
]4i2ky Ford, Colorado. The fruit ha:-
the most delicate flavor of any ent:ta-
loupe, and always brings the hiih-t -t
market price.
I'aeuarpaaed ('1c1 iilsalmer.
This is a most excellent variety .
Matures earlier than any other :sil
has given perfect satisfaction a- a
shipper for the past five years.


If. E. TA Y L011, Cashier.


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THE OCALA BANNER, NOVEI


trfimD w iO 146


No True American


is ever satisfied except with the
best. The oldest is not always
the best, and is seldom the
strongest In this case, how-
ever. the best is the oldest and
stragest. Let figure speak:
T"e d2%F NOWlk 1m. ,C
rs. oriciw l .7 -

$352,000,000
isa s N fte" e """a

$569,000ooo,ooo
am U -t .... .

A policy ai The Old Mutual
gives a m&a or a woman Mat
mW of Msmas w which can-
mot be ejoyed under private
iavestments
W" up4W 4w "Wbm tlamt,?"
T=s MuTua. LIFE INSURANCE
COMPANY OF Nrw YORK
asws .A. AUmmW. niUmM


N OCA4 WomnI N GOToI

ers. semie oe**m4twGl Writes a
bemi Lt" sod Makes a
aluabbe sanest".
New York, OctL 1902.
To the Ia6tor of the Ocas passer
Your bright, Mewy little paper ar-
riv every morning which keeps my
heart warm and prevents me from
forgettiag "The Auld Folks At Home"
amid Che rash of metropolitan life.
The thermometer sands at W50
today and the air is riap and bracing
One throws off the eoutbher leth-
ary in this delightful climate and
qalekly ls la ito line with our more
energetic ortherb friends and step
Uvly with glowing cheeks and spark
Ilug eyes&
1Ib gratdepression tIn business ir-
els des been relieved since the am-
inaMi adjusmet of the coal strike.
and everything Is running smoothly
sm mnre. At eae time the situation
ww apalUg. The gas, electric, wa-
ter, steamboat, manuftecturing and
amed compatles threatened to lose
doem w aM-... there was nothing to
tbt to maie the motive power.
We Flardiams me quite independ-
oet fa cal strikes as long as our "pine
kMest" tst and cannot realize the
erfrib eltuatione In the north where
,.rything and eerytbody are de-
d ,:p.** *.. al f r fu.-l.
1 i ** s io a I v* i nu*-ut over the
atwrurat ial campaign. The demo-
esat and republicatM vie with each
their in their brilliant pyroteonical
diptaye and street parades every
sliht. Baid of Mnspiring music and
shoau e of ethWesm are heard from
very quarter. As we viewed the
Sog pmeseedo the band struck up
SIe seellkrltg stralae of Dixie,
whbh made r hearts thrill with de.
light aid we gave vent to our feelings
to a leond hurrah.
Without a doubt the democrat will
eny the state by a large majority.
Now Shat Oslael Bob Davis has
entered the Florida arena as a candi-
date for governor, Mr. Editor, you
wtU have to look to your laurels.
W. RK. Heaut, one of the reatest
Bmupape Tme It the United states
and the demoe stie nominee for con*
gma from this district, is making a
plendid race. He is popular with
every oM and isa epeally beloved by
the ehildres. It to a common occur-
emn I Sahim to enter a toy shop on
('brtmas followed by a hundred or
mu ehildrae, where he makes each
little eM selent what he wants. In
e. ebep the bill amounted to $5<0.
Otf cer Ihts h a mere begatelle to
a man nf his million., but It give an
nteight to bhi character and popular-
ity. He will champion the cause of
a woman in poverty and distresM
quicker than he will one of the four
hundred.
nla tht bhy commercial city, with
the exception of the parks, where


lawns and


beautiful environments


around the few palatial brown stone
palaces and millions of flats and
apartment houses are never seen. A
short excerpt from the National Mag-
azine by the well known writer and
globe trotter, Edmund S. Hock, in
speaking of St. Louis, which is con-
sidered the most beautiful residence
city in the United States, will not be
amiss:
"t. Louis people enjoy life in the
very highest sense of its possibilities.
Their beautiful homes and neighbor-
hoods insure, compel this. Each of
these charming abodes is a palace of
wholesome delight, in winter and
summer, as may be seen from the
wayside. Fresh, pretty, happy, gaily
dressed young women and handsome
young men are visible about them all
the time, on all sides-on lawns, on
spreading verandas, in the splendid
corridors-rich, satisfying, enjoying
healthy life shows itself everywhere.
What else can such environment pro-

spire and nourish the desire for home
and wholesome domestic happiness.
"And not only do they provide this
for their inmates, their fortunate pos-
sessors and inhabitants, hiut-and
note the significance of this well-they
do the same for the humble dwellt-rs
of the city who see these beautiful
homes. The love of a beautiful home,
the desire for one, is a positive pas-
sion Si t. Louis, a passion that is twe-
coming more deeply rooted and more
universal every day. Sociologists may
note this and ponder what such a
fact means in activity ambition, ta
hility and morals in a community. In
Chicago and New York and Paris no
sucb desire for a home exists.
*'Again, these handsome boulevards
and spi entedidresidence places of St.
Louis form an adjunct and a mo de-
lightful, interest ing and effective ad-
junct to the city's system of parks.
They offer all thie fresh air and green
soft beauty of the parks, in addi-
tion to rare architectural and artistic
beauty, and that personalty which
attaches to each home-that humanI
interest which is at the bottom of all
interest and zest in life. The builders
of these homes and the creators of
these rare home-places yield, there-
fore, all these things considered, a di-
rect and material as well as an indi-
rect and moral service to the comnmu-
nity.
"I predict that when the den ieuns
of the various parts of the world come
to St. Louis in 1904, they will go away
with one of two well defined conclu-
sions, viz: Either to make their own
environment like unto that of St.
Louis or to endeavor to arrange their
affairs so that they make their halits
tin in a city where su'h splendid
things exist and transpire."
Now, why cannot we ( calaianlm get
a "move on us" and make our little
brick city the St. Louis of Florida?
Our natural environments surpass
those of Washington and Mt. Iouis,
and besides, in our Italian climate we
can grow flowers in the open air 365
days in the year.
Ocala is the center of the state geo-
graphically, and we should make it
the center of attraction as well.
We have beautiful driveways and a
number of elegant and attractive
homes, but they can be made more
beautiful.
Our public buildings, especially the
opera house, are way below thle stand-
ard. Of course I speak of our sunny


southland, particularly of Ocala, in
the most glowing terms; but we are all
aware of the many defects and should
make a long pull, a strong pull and a
pull all together to change the ap-
pearance of everything. All great
battles were won by united effort or
concentration of forces, therefore let
us, one and all, concentrate our efforts
to make Ocala the must beautiful and
fascinating city in Florida.
MAMIE HOWSF-STOVAI.I.

Ven Knew What eVo Are faking
When you take Urove's Tasteless
Chill Tonic, because the formula is
plainly printed on every bottle, snow-
ing thatit is simply Iron and Qui-
nine In a tasteless f r m No cure, no
ay. SOc. t


Woman Suffrage.


Consent, and the only form of consent


known in a republic is the ballot.
But women are needed in govern-
mlent twenuse women are unlike men.
They are a class of citizens, and gov-
ernment by men alone is class legis-
lation-always imperfect, always
unjust.
In some qualities m en are superior
to women; in others womn ti are su-
perior to meni. Every class that votes
makes itself felt in the government nll
the direction of its own qualities and
interests.
Vomeni on thie average are more
peaceful and gentle, more temperate,
more chaste, mniore eeontomieal, and
more law-abiding than mnien. When
they vote, these qualities will be felt
in legislation, and they are the very
qualities in which our governntent is
defective.
Our present government has in it
all the tmIasculine vitalities. Add
those of women, and the re-ult will le
a government of the people, for the
people. and by the people.
H:NRYV It. BI..\< K\VWLI.,

Thousands Have Kidney Trouble
and Don't Know it.
now To Find Out.
Fill a bottle or common glass with your
water and let it stand twenty-four hours; a
sediment or set-
tling indicates an
no unhealthy condi-
tion of the kid-
Sneys; if it stains
I your linen it is
I evidence of kid-
ney trouble; too
/frequent desire to
-- pass it or pain in
--.---" the back is also
convincing proof that the kidneys and blad-
der are out of order.
What to Do.
There is comfort in the knowledge so
often expressed. that Dr. Kilmer's Swamp-
Root, the great kidney remedy fulfills every
wish in curing rheumatism, pain in the
back, kidneys, liver, bladder and every part
of the urinary passage. It corrects inability
to hold water and scalding pain in pass: ig
It, or bad effects following use of liquor.
wine or beer, and overcomes that unpleasant
necessity of being compelled tc go often
during the day, and to get up many times
during the night. The mild and the extra-
ordinary effect of Swamp-Root is soon
realized. It stands the highest for its won-
derful cures of the most distressing cases.
If you need a medicine you should have the
best. Sold by druggists in 50c. and$l. sizes.
You may have a sample bottle of this
wonderful discovery f
and a book that tells
more about it, both sent
absolutely free by mail,
address Dr. Kilmer & nomeofswamp-Root.
Co.. Binghamton, N. Y. When writing men,
Uon reading this generous offer in this paper.


To Ownersof Hardwoods

White Oak (Ist) (Ind Hickory


The Hagerstown Spoke and Bending
Co., of Hagerstown, Md.

Are here for the purpose of buy-
ing and all persons who have
sale any of the above-named
timbers, before disposing of the
same, will do well to confer
with their agent.

W. J. LOHRIG,
at Mill, or <64 W. Broadway, Ocala.



IS YELLOW POISON
In your blood? Physician call
it flalrial Germ. It can be seen
changing red blood yellow under
microscope. It works day and
night. First, it turns your cornm-
plexion yellow. Chilly, aching
sensations creep down your
backbone. You feel weak and
worthless.
nnnrnT0e puln I TIIlrM


.P. PITTMAN,


J. #. PITTMAN S SON,


NEW AND SECOND HARlD


ROLLS FROM Only the best
OUR O()VEN material goes
into the oven and
only the
BEST BREAD
rolls out. It is delightfully crisp and
whiolesonie. 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

BENUS' BAKERY
Than by any other Ii*.,vi? ri ton.


NOTION ANYTRUST
SMany newspapers have lately given currency
t) nrports by irresponsible parties to the effect
!hat
rHE NEW HOME SEWING MACHINE CO
!ad entered a trust or combination; we wish
') assure the public that there Is no truth in
uch reports. We have been manufacturing
ewing michlMhnes for over a quarter ofa centu-
-, and have established a reputation for our-
elves and our machines that is the envy of all
)therp. Our "*New MeM" machine has
wever been rivaled an a family machine.-It
stands at the head of all iffh Grade sewing
machines, and standson its am merits.
fre New M ne"me" the emlp rell V
NIGH GRADE Sewfdsnf Mee iss
* en the market. 9
It Is not necessary for us to enter Into a trust
osave our credit or pay any debts as we have
to debts to pay. We have never entered Into
competition with manufacturers of low grade
heap machines that are made to sell regard-
s*s of any intrinsic merits. Do not be dE-
cived, when you want a sewing machine don't
end your money away from home; call on a
SNerw Home"" Dealer, he can sell you a
better machine for less than you can purchase
Isewhere. If there Is no dealer near you,
rrite din-rect to us.
HE NEW HOME SEWIN MACHINE CO
' ORANrE., MA0A '*
ew York, Chicago Ill., St. Louis, Mo., Atlan.
to, Oa., lDallaa. Tei., an Francisco, Cal.
STHE

M'CORMICK HARVESTING MACHINE
.... COMPANY ...
F. D. POOSER, Agent,
:OCALA, FLORIDA.



FU RNrIT URE


NEW STORE.- Lower Prices than ever before
known in Ocala. Well selected stock. Extra
bargains for cash.


Old Bazar Bilding.
OCALA -


Planter Rye, full quarts,
per bottle ........ ........ 1. 5
Fern Hill Rye. full quarts.
per bottle ... .. .. .. ... 1
Henderson, made spring ''.*
full quarts ............... *
Hunter Rye 5s ............. 1.5'
Chesapeake Club .......... I -
Pilgrimage ...............** *
Pullm an .......... ........ i--- -
Keystone Rye, gal......... *.
Belle Isle .......... ... 5 *
Phosphate Rye. ........ ... -. '4
Puritan Rye........... 4. '
Strauss' ; Rye-... ....... ..-
Turkey Mountain i'orn. gal 1.7r
Murray Hill Corn .......... --.--'
Old Harvest Corn......... :.. :;
Old Harvest Corn, bo,:ttle.... I.,
Strauss' '76 Rye. full quarts
per bottle ............... .


Read

Our


As oeiore staled, 1 have on hand a
carload of one and two-horse mowers,
rakes, sickle grinders and repair-
parts, and shall have in the next ten
days a car load of reapers, binders,
shredders and every part pertaining
to make harvesting a success.
Remember that the McCormick
binder is the only right hand machine
on the market, and should you buy
any other, you are eure to be disap-
Pointed.
We defy and challenge the-world to
meet us in the harvest field. There
is the place to show what your ma-
chines are. Call and see me and I
will give you points that will interest
you, and save you money. Every
machine sold will be put up and
tested before it is turned over to you.
F. D. POOSER, Agent.
3-18-dlt-wlm


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MANUFACTURERS OF
Door, Nhab, BhladslMouldlng
and BulldlIn Material.
Windowi.111.d Fancy CGlass
A Specialty.
Purchase our make, which we
Guarantee Superior to any
Sold South, and Thereby
Save Money.


Price List

Before You


Buy Whiskies:


C orner Ft. King and Magnolia St.
-. FLOnIDA.


STRAUSS & (()o.


WHISKIES

AT WHOLESALE PRICES

Geo. Mackay, Pres. David S. Woo4lr(w. Gen MIgt

THE CENTRAL LUMBER COMPANY
(Succe-.&.rq to The (sOla l.t.rst t.,
--- Dealers In and asfaterersf

Ye low Pine Lumber, Rouh and DruM
Flooring, Ceilin, hiding, LAth, Mhingles,, TurnemI elastel.r. ,w 0 ,I. m ,
Etc. Scroll ork and Mantleh of every de -riptt,,u. 4ta ir.. *'iur t? V
Pulpite and Railings, Mehol.l I[,sksand 14peat rmtinm u,, Il..t. .*..
Beds, Tables and Kitchen Table". (' y'r Tasks, all) e4a.
Also agents for: Colt's Acetylene (Ianenprat,,ro for naksomlrth. rho os
and best lights. Patton's Sunproof Pai sts, lirush et. ,. I.Pilt.nra rge I'
Glass Company. Estimates and Infermatlte Pren.l,' ursej.
TIE CENTRAL LIMIER N P. S. .,W pF



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State Elections.


ODELL WINS IN NEW YORK

Ewctaon o*f a Democratic Governor Il
Rh ode Island ^r.e of the Big Sur
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BAY STATE ELECTION.


~~Largest Vote Ever Cast For Gover.
nor. Total!ing390,000.









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Id 4j!4t~t"~ IA4rl1i4ioran,4! Dxt11 .41
4 '4.42 -1u Wi4Ma..dC~n wa'sdeuta..-t


r Two Districts In Doubt.
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Wui'... Tb, 4c'q tupkt4 4T-ttll".to I.411'
4. I Democratic Judges Elected.
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s~ t' 'P~it;a~IIPa~n. Ttr azil I o -n:'-'
-4.' 1 ~ 17'1x1' 74 I'eri.ra! s, as j 1 3-
* -of thi. ,'Nlur't of app,74 als.

.~- -Result In Illinois.
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.~ H' c laims 010. f-lt0.'tion nt
1 :'ats in Rhodel s~anti


Pennsylvania's Delegation.
I':, .k-illhla. Nov. 6.-Incomplete re.
I\:'- indicati- that the Pennsylvania
e:. a;t:on Itn the n-'ext congress will
s;a:..! R-.ubhlitans 29. Democrats. 2.


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Stops Cough and Wor~s 0+1' Gc&'

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Dade'% Enterprise



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1-USINESS COLLEGE, Jacksonville, Fla


.f 1 formulaa tells the story:



Grove's Chronic Chill Cure
Not a patent medicine: a thin spirituous liquid, of a pleasant bitter taste, mea of

Fi&6I Extract PERUVIAN BARK Fluid Extract POPLAR BARK
Fluii Extract BLACK ROOT Fluid Extract PRICKLY ASH BARK
FVslid Extract DOG WOOD BARK Fluid Extract SARSAPARJLIA

|t Cures the Chills that other Chill Tonics Don't C
S TSW pest Gneral Tonic. No Cre, No Pay. PrIe e.


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Jac7 kso -" ;Florida
Jackson'v i.ioe, Florida


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CHILL TONIC


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FUNERAL


DIRECTORS.
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i II e full tock of Jofflns, (Jaskete, and Buria
dults of every description. special attentlol
paid to burial ervioes.
Embalming to Order.
.%, ordered from stinv o nry, ,.:3 )r
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Cerl CtruitCo,..:-. NI-arl- -i 0), Fla


NOTICE O: APPLICATION FOR LEAVE
TO SELL MINOR'S LAND.


NOTICE OF APPLICATION FOR TAX
DEED UNDER SECTION 8 OF CHAP
TER 4888. LAWS OF FLORIDA.
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N'(TICE.: 1 IiF:RE.Y '.1VFN THAT T I
Ml'ntr. iii! / C. 'h:.iith!i., purchasers ,f
t.1\ c rtilI.atI N- 2.:. <.atceld the i h !,lA
"t .AuaiI-t A I. 1 ). ,.. have flrdt llld trr
tif.it., I iInII .i'r ani h1.111ve niII al pphita
tiuli f,'r t;ix 1-. t c i- Sle in accordlance with
'. >'. ~,~i-! ,-tifikat. tin ,r'rcr the following
',--.'tt',1 :.roIprty vI uituteilll .Maarton ciul'ty
C.m I:lnI gIK u: ih t.rv five feet rast of northwest
C') It! r of .ot "'. v'e ) -tit'-. urviry < ac1la threnc
Slast fet t. ..,i f. e tet. wret t 54 Ifret.
ii tih <, i, I: t., I.' 1 The tini lanm
, i:- ;i-.-,..leI at I hi lat, f the atouncr of such
sI l111. .Itt.- li tht lltat:e" f E'lward I.eavrr
"ni.-'. t.itl ,trtii:-atte ,shall be rereeniet
,'. : .!: to Il 1 I t t d'l ',i will I, s l sw ted thrTr-
t ,i thie -th d:vy of N,,v. mt-.r. A 1) yi
\ itn -- '1niy wthti.ignat iitr and sii l eal rth the
;rl datiy ul Ictojt4 et A.. 1) I; i
S: 's. T CISNTI. NK
C'.'i-k Circu:t C.t1t.t f Mtarion county., l fnila.


NOTICE.


411 .ipp:-cat:n ot 'orax 1Decd-'under "ecetmon % of
Chapter 4-"". 1awsof Fli'.nda.
\N fili i)TC -, HIlI-:1 nv .GIVE% THAT ip
S111)1)k rk-. piri-ha.3et'of' tax veft scati
N- '': lteilthe u'th 41*Y of 4Au11st
A 1) 1-'' Ia. til.'.t %aid certificAte an rty
11:. :ui'allid.114' h- l mai-4iff.r tax deed 14D
in.'41 l.444 .4l 'with law sailetcevtfifcate


h,4:.ilit'x24. t it-3gttwentt'.twao.
-;d :. ..I i -~ 4at the' date ''Vthe
i:...-.',!- a.i, 1i rtitacate in the name of Writ
A.~ ~~k Crx.--, 4'1htifate h~aithe refieemted
w I''' 4 -ki' A 1; 1 I .1 i- 1 iCU l th1w''r
!! 'i%. *!: 14. At-gnmiiir.'and acalt V11
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NOTICE


N t:. .',:t :I 'I tax ice'! ilfide? qec-



; .lit, i tit .4%., 4 t f il, airs


T he~.i~l .t I-ig %.'-'.r1..th- hr-.dayrof tw-e
it It in -in 4 ''n hn


f ,:a .- :-iI: It 1 4 tN.Tkvr 1mlt v FA orida ,Wt
11ii Z xv .'i 1, 1't.i Ila Iter an t ivonthat"thv


I4-. lek i r. i t tit,(c, I t I cit I4 Iis t he name Poa

iiv ,ti a -I .. It ti .te i h i -rt& e!ian 'tr et
Ii I*'* .Ar Ilew 'f IrieMP1S
4 .!tl ') ii ;tax deed willtagfor 164uedthefo I"
1.4vi.thel,'-t 4h !vI N'1 Ai,rtast A 1) 1 oi a.hi .
caXi..ntxt.-ii-wiial 'et.!t natur-inil walvtance the
I Ve.kCi.,int tb' 1 )4:t 'Marion couty. Folorida

al..4ttit-~!r .;.' ti .n tax, '!Ierd sanderti Ct~iatit



i'iTCc'. it,t III incf'rlticetfand the n ade a I n*o
CW1 i 1'.4 t1UX l-1 12toilt. tsrin c corha n e wit
a %v.. n~i ,I (C! iti te the 'lay f 1oembcn

.A :"t ofi t- *t1" %'.,7ii ilre thY the at da
'Ile-l, l1it is 4.. rc a -t Cost. Mat the laeof th

1-1in i )f: Cr.. 'u c ei rt 4 cthe Finth e "AMtCia ..ar nva

"tvArdIcc ;'Liti nlatw M. tax C' Atedwll

A D..~i..ry

jr i-. k I- R:rcl) riU-r A.I Marion C.T Y!


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THE OCALA AYINERNO, NM r..inrr -

Oulio- planting i- ill full ,i' -1t.
a ite-rvill|- t f. t-1" 1,, 4 .-L i f'.
t-r- for tru-k irrouter- \t.%# i, %i.o Ri -P%-
Mr. .1. H. Bra- 1r.,.l -t't *. .1 I t i
ti'e Otiio igrwim! -hi- ,- t-a A BE
Mr It. I..-!k- i -",'+. *.,lr, A B E T
to grijdl ;ai-. I t t '-t t 1i -
C rm .:it t,-.- itc t'.., i Y.
fr. ,ii Hi-a 0Tr.-r -.- t- TEAPT GR 0 GER

wan loakinli after .i- i;itjr--" :!. d ,..-.
of l at rv i* a f- <.. i.-'. All 4


Look out for your health, for health
a nuxiIsr (.f J j-;- r, %
: j. is wealth. The health of yourself

'- and your family depends on the -
ntp lin t.l ft"r tb*

evyi:7 ; .... O quality of the Groceries used in your
"v-r'MI .r.,l. QUAKER OATS 1 .
lU lrll llt--l the ia-ktl- ;tri, t' -' o .,
th ehe best ealth,4yo
?and otherswe"r"d : housekeeping. If you want the best health, you
W here. 4 -ll ll- li ,' (of l t1 0 t

who were f"o-d of-!tr must use Groceries that will assist in building.up the
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must may right L.rt that
one party lih di :d'. i- .
selvens. allltbit.l
Whileou the W:vy.Mr.B.r:,h-.,r;v- -
in at a rapid rit at l i ,ii ..
st the presence of, : a .-it-A ifj. -ir. '
seated at hio side. failed t; -, -
,in standing a, a.ihldrt W. dO-.. ,!L f H
nti': ," :::; We are sure you can get Health and Wealth out of the Groceries
,rash throw nii;.- th.. y i ut. l i "- -
investigatingit. we sell you, for we offer you the best, and you will find it economy to
ubly outeof -r. ,;: "buy the best. ,, We believe we keep the kind of a grocery every
succ needed in arri' &r t ih
.houe in due tir,,e. ,atb woman wants to deal with, for our stock of Fancy Groceries, as well as
hour. in dueltite. -. wa w
te..o W.r t"r"' .... Staples, are complete. We know what you want if your wants are
tRev L. k .-1"ury. :
Chris,."n Adv,."te ,1"+ what anybody else wants- If you want anything else we will get it for "
Mr.w.i-.,n, ...,.x- ,.. .. r- you on request.
rival of h~s failther aliil :iUiii *.. -
week. !N. i .Ji I -
Sest Liniment on Earth. i
'5"'"" | SOME NEW ARRIVALS
week: tri-l e e-r\ ttisiiF' it .:'?
r-li-f, till a trit-id gav- i ;. .:
o+'" n' Ba'I ::r:':- Graham and Rye Flour, Yellow Corn Meal, Perina Flour, Ralston's
*,: "' Breakfast Food and Barley Food, Pancake Flour, Cream of Wheat, Heck-


For '"' e"a.r ":% o- ers' Self Raising, Buckwheat, Griddle Cake and Yellow Corn Flour.
For rlia't' .;i;>'. .....* Mic- apb n poun ~ bulk, Ol -ives
ntu" % Mince Meat in 3 and 5 pound jars and in bulk, Queen Olives in pints,
will i'e ratitit.t with -... .
quarts, balf-gallons and gallon patent top jars. A new line of Heinzs Pre-
..v-.,,-Mur., ,. ...- serves in 3, 5 and 10 pound crocks, guaranteed to be pure Fruit Preserves.
R. H. S-vhnour. <' ,;>;t ) "
T MVII PIY, Full assortment of Nuts, Seeded Raisins, Currants, Citron, Orange
T. MUR H A, P and Leoron Peel, Dried Figs, Dates and Evaporated Fruits. Salt Peanuts
Machine and Iro) Works. ai and Salt Corn. -
Irea. tram.* anil CItros 4 v a;:- -"
u -ga: nadShieastoad 'aiscui orn
.. .-..- .... e ..n- A complete line of Soups, Sweet Pickles, Sweet Man-
"0t"""...... Sa"y "nk. F Jams and Pickles, Preserved goes. AX Many other thins
West Coast Fish and Oys- igs Ginger and Cherries, toonumerous to mention.
ter Company. -__--
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