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: November 14, 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: VID00666
Source Institution: University of Florida
Holding Location: University of Florida
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Resource Identifier: oclc - 18660476
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THE


OCALA


BANNER


The paper "Of the People, tor the People and bv the PI qhle'

\,*1. 4 \\\l \ OCALA, FLORIDA. FRIDAY. NOVEMBER 14 1m. )(IAR A YEAR.


Another Lyceum Attrdction.
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Mr. Ae lrioiiha4 received a wire -raweftr hihhYwllt
fr''na 1his lhr *Lter, Mr. .lAke Hroown. 1' lViUftieIa.ktilI iii.W
azi Ie mu1141 iI o!(thedat h e t heir likeit ht-r.
.-he divol \%'oNln"4..c~v afte~rnoon.)[I. I e Wants Dr. Chace to be Alderman.
-ylipo;i~thiv ef the eliitii.l' `11I t'lJlitV 'i' TooIDr. J. E. 4 'Itrnee:
t X:t il' too tiell, 1 renveel fainil'. \Ve tile 1'iOiii'1't i't~ie'Wi Iand
voters of 'are1 :.2e(f I he v ity (of 4 ) -.ai
The Brennan-Sale Company. re~~seet fully requpitet yew to 1Itie vane i-
A fter the 4t' id ii 'lio'cde' idate for aldernian -r flitlilir 4of
I Ib I hi e V l 'oe rtii tot1it -S'ale ( onzia ipyaIV Mt tilt. 11 titw' i f tilt- c(-Iiv 4 4* la fin iI
?h4- (,'lt4rn liiehA. '('I*11 411111MY is ~ ~ ward two: andIie ha! we hie a~llocwe1 t4
'. .lt.ro-tintid, e'an udia in every u~e e v ur iuianoas a ch tid id ate ftcr t ile
%my r.freo.ali-iz azid tl 4jttme. N1V sil ji0siti..iiIatIltl-- e tlmiiz 1 1~tol
9111 i...r ~ Herebsy jcIfugi iig e )ur -.uppiort,*we'
Beautiful Clear Skies. are-, yVurs very trulov.
M[at i e ws, W'. F. i:jhtc-zv )V'
t Iie I* W h.. I 'c 21ii. k d 14'V. 'iii~ Iavis, L. 1) z'icr, J. H-. 1'rayl ant-.'r. %v.
'~a't-, ezi( lt~l~l! t~e~ecr~a~e',Trexle- 'r. (P. &.L)4tvis, \ertiu Iia 4 It
.011 li~eII!iliii~r tilt-ili Ill a iII14.lllI j- z
..t.iiieile~ henkh; hu rl~o~ti. A.rr,(Eli, Z .(hianibiss,i'.. N. I
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-kiti 21191 inir. 'r I f 'W. K. Z'-wad-ki, Fritik -IArrik, J. J..
214 mieoi :,iel1a.kh-riess t... slot Itiil es G erig, H. A. IlhinicI k. .1. Beek, C4
:411n ii 4 1 aekj'V rienost. -Ol, t t le M Livitig 'teinl, el~lh ell J ew ett, J. 1).

State Scholarship Vacant Rob~hert Txylolr. E. .1. Crok, 1P. 'W.
th-A -t fililov 111v villi- Neely, \\'. J. ( I*h l4ll hers, \'Iii. Tui-k. r,
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110 11t I 'l A ill ii-' lI:4'.e at iii-A 411te ti ll ('1
at -,Ir. i atv Necvvemtiter I othi, fo rinlte Sptirli ii, A lt, B'wii, '.X 1). Lan-i
ecf i ~-re~iuL~Castter, J. It. Bell, S. R- 4- k, F. L.
1411p* %'sel~=i I Pa rr. P.D. F I )Vit ileN4a)11 L t11Aee NI I1-.
tme 4ae 'No~rmail 1'N'i41c, tile -.liue
lel thle -ehliiliii-Aiij, foor L-e (oiniIty Doings in Phosphate.
andl ti wic~hi lav.. leo'imkle Vacanlit. 'hI~o'll* twtXt f -it'. t I.r
...n~in tr.Ii a~:tre i 1,14101 fear 4.1loii a eirv ~l~eC ''.-1t~ i- V 11Ibfi~ ~
ll~t i., I ~ ii 21c r- clmrjated b il'' e 1tvi, tfr lbriii 'd
I-,:4tlThe I i. phtit k e.-eimil.ett' ii ll aIIrt.'=I ei'
Methodist Suoper.ai ilai eyfkih ot~-h'hI


-'A t.*t thilt, millcyil'''tlie lmt eme(of tilie
\1,*ht.,I;teuar li iw~ill Lrive a hi'iasale
..ttel -kiho;.r fiiIa thi. benefit eof the

11w 0.- eitertmin titelit will lota % vcry
.1.la.chitru! atlaeir arid shouldd lbe well
A I~art-' nunitler Oflbe'aut ifuil irtiele'u
2114114 ilinate fiercn 4 'Ii i-i 11:1%alnd New~
Near'- Lift-. laiiiIhe cmii 'ale atidever%
oIlte !..lauidiehe Ownr. te )ba Cin so i n'ie of
tile-#-e neketet4;i -Aitl! oif whi-'d will
lote etecuia~teil11VI y I rkilef- reSiltell4ii s21(
"kt-itc)I-m Zo Iliar 'ity.
I A--. evt-ry'i'cc'v :t' tend t le cnter-
(t1lkltii'it PLI141 tlleV %%ill Ihitt regret i t.


Off for Lake City.


[T1i4.ftd !o%%I iz ( tlluala tcveylk- left Yes-
tt-rdam em I lic .'trh' Iint'rinlig irmilifor
L., 1%*.4 'itvtin'alticd the fair, vi,,:
MN1-. (I'. 1'. N1 44 ; a i it, M r. t-eahze
W1 4 'Hrl', N r. anid NI rs. ( lvtrhe'-
~I~'Ii'~Nl r..It. S. 1-1,41. Mr. and
\Mi-. Vt-ru i-- linhi-ob'rrs.NI i~~cs4 rr
l'*ela attic wll imiiis, AIiiS. N, -r.
%%-440d1 hiil chiildre-un, Mr. lit-liry Sis-
it maik-, mud the Itdihhdwkzim membiers o4f
t hee '.I cml% Rite'.:tCapnt. G. A.NN as Ii.
L~cit-u. *olehli4-t-s'iiami, Scrizeant Md.1

't weri p* raalI.M CI w,4 'stu rlH rateI ito-, iu
r, uHt ita v!c,es. L. Pi 't tier, Blgmciu-


'h'he A11-t rinn -It-:lTIlslkip A.Xrl-'tea
wa eIeared la,4 week fromiIei~eoa
1-y tile 4 vil T Ii'.mutit 4 omi-iny foVfer
j(t-i,, wi *ti,:4ki tcin f H i
pch(isphiatts rock aini .athuiec1r ear-,.
TIhe I. Iiti cl Ph~ ospaci lte ICompany I~kI'at
Nfoeri 1e 9, ilk '4 res-u ic't a pC1Lt 2in,:Lt
its pelanit. Thie -a'inlfimtiyha-, joit lit.
atiiitht'r 1edgze boat, *111et is ~ exienI
ing its tratknrovkI to ot Ii r depiosi ts of
IbiI~cIil'e rock.
Th'le follow ing vf-wi c r It-a '-'eI1.1,t,
week fit4)im Sava'1It~imaltfir thle-I cnll-
Inet with part .. o 'at-cf F1' riei tihivitl
grade Jlio!).phiuttt' roctk %4temt'al r
W',art burg for Bivi'men with 11W) ~ton~..:
steameitr NWarli'l.-Hfor PRdittrelam with
It i-i Stated Vi th"NI r. .f.e lk Iuhf is
euilargi tiv :1111 ftill rovi ig Ili., etcl i -
r**v t'1ckctrc liii iC atc i I-N' ia t~it ii
N~itilierrv, iti 1l.i.k c4)iktty. whi'hii wi ~ill

whe ralr omdplt it.tIAliie larot iti.ti~lea
* ('vilalied foac '. rer'~u i'

ira~ilroad loutIi ti.'- e t '4 i-Lv pC jie' if~


*ilk tbat st-e-ioil.

kre)~t'rior aici i is.'1i ~ j-'q %oC itil..~
ithry 'did 1i,'t hi'v -liile to v"'tt Ia-el


THE


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THE C(


STONE STORES




LD WEATHER
)Lb WEAfTI1ER


wvi1 sf u hc b hc(ru and yoi u mut prp.i aa yV(dl 1cift i f):,v14 11:1,,'.L~~*haVi
aUI hylinlitthat ah fa n being l e l~(is In NvWC rlP~lL, -e i. V( 01, 1 t f1i..-111;111 .t iInfant
to the 1arg,-est nman, and Nwc know thatNve C an1 x\ii.II. ~~~a rc


Mcio'-4Ver1 r3icltv t~3EiIbdI;4I 13414rmear.

154.3%* Ver.1IHeav~y ItII.ibb I III sdru ear
IaadEie%'a erl II.'st ~RibbIed Uidcr141r44t.

The lmeict- 4 1Im 'Top Snirf%. ist Ocala mbr


In Men's and


2b.~ 4 'Ij .
23 cim~
395~. ,S~
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Complete as well as in Gent's Furnishings.


Ladies, why do you trouble about how and who to make your garmt.nt .
We have everything that you wcar already mi:de, tuch5 as

Skirtl, Shirt Waists, Wrappers, Jackets, Capes,

and all kinds of Underwear, Dress Goods and

Trimmings a Specialty, Everything Complete.


BOYS' SUITS TO BE SOLI) fO D

10 AT A SACRIFICE, 1(10


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THE
OPERA H(


BOSTON


)USE BLOCK.


Death of Mr. J. A. Rowell.
ii rea~iel I ii' ct v p-'.terday
al,''li4.f ZAlf, i~t.of \Mr. Ji~hri A.
l~ mirt It. died :it Briste'1, [cliiii


N! r.i~ t A ,-liws fewr a mi~nkiP'r (fea crse
itrc -.idcrt 4)f thisi-city. H--1. 1M-ii1iutee

Cirt-.9ioti,tlit if thle late 1 .-r~ia kit '- Xt
aleiftotlier pr~qp rtie h
.Afte-r tile fre'eie' an i '.
h.le' ft (4)) -aift anld %w.'it -'c kI I *fiot
:l w ii liet Ireturno,~e to t he tate-e
a:liftlit tile timke o~f I is edt'jtli 'Nvw4tra':-
-elins: 1.for A,4 ( '~inkital, i Il~hilu-e.
IIii arvesim 11-; will Ihe tinrought Ito)
* ( )cldatnd willariva e ( i i aftertitoc a
civer tihe' Atlantic I *.lat Liine. 111eV
wiiill lbe 1i1-t at tile dti-pOwt havtile
KT.IJ~z)it o(f pytiiia-.44itwhich oneltr
lit,' wa-4 ah mlembker, An-? iill h*- tai-ezi
4diret *-ir~miiithe trails di.*.~~ ~4
o-inec1Itet.ry for in termente .
-\F Mu. Howell le'sves a wife, wn .
formerly .Miss5 Nlavu~leBt' Fliev, y.of this
cietv'. andeltlir-- childlreki, tbc~rjidf-. S
hl..r-t' ltifi Ier )r relit i Yes anide fri'-lii1-
t* itoIourn i i deathIl I.
A Dangerous Month.
lThi- p. tile hxkdetth c( 'reoigli. -'l
anti Acute eattlirii. I~o m youcatc'h (co)d
ea- ily ? Find \ uurm'lf h-arse. %4 ith a
tiekliing il ym~r dirtiOttankdl 111 :klioy-
i ;g t,,ugii at itii ight- men. pm ~
o4 ialiard''s Horelioulid Myrap;. J. A.

C ity, write-: "- *V. u 1.4v Ballard's
It, ct-he eind Syrui) f r emoiglis'ind c'o~ei.s
Ii gives ultIittiediate relief. WVe know
*it'- the 1t.-t retiledy for these troubles.
*I write this to induhce other pet)j)Ie tti
t ry thisi" leasaIit atilt efficiently ire Ill-
56- .and~iI l.M at the Anti-


STORE


OCALA, FLA.


Tinno : dt-slc,je'is ,!' ~i leo III K in ltnk.
'~. I1JV lcl'c i'e\f i 4 Ir"X i 'l ie. at


of


LADIES' DRESS GOODS
W Can Be Seen Now at My Store.

'I'li ; .'.** {**.*'i~i s of }^; *lv L'.ii fd l'< iL.. r n .. ? t ] -;


.75 to~l..2


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.1::'::, tem -4j)


The Most Attractive Line of Ladies' Fancy
and Plain Waistings, in the Very Latest
Designs. ..


41 i


*I1 i lalttget leM
Styles i '","'+ '+.
St le i n tylo in other
Furniture ,i' "". Th
whir'h lit the
j;revailing fa'.hieon i' -ure to i.e fouud


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use


Boys' Clothing Our Stock


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M. FISHEL


The Most Exquisite Line


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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


"u. -r: '. ~r Mamr~i


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An Ancient FGc
To heakb andhappin' -c= Iz.Ir( r .
ap ugly as eowr r irce i -!.ei.flnezr'tl 'F..-'
It ca"- boweLfs- ill 0'- t'i


fiv-xtai.'c'th k- 4 ,--

fuor roc..veTV, ail1*.

-A t'iDi g,1at *-w
ml1ro-ek. Itcija,
s%,1 twaaltten3 '&s:..:
awrw~ra I ds-i p. 1 1%. -
IHcod'ik..... ",!q
sixibo~ttcl t!.% t '*.. 1. .
twerfv had :11yt!-
map. K. T '!-%Ncill
Hood's Sarsapnarilla
and Pills
,R# 61 atti .-i it. ra-i-.cailv and per-
tuafticut1%, aw they Ltav' rid thoUiafds.

fit the Armory Friday Eight.










That -1ae-linxz to-* will 1,4. all t he at


Tho'I,aii-% Sluni%%-ill etilarize 1''
*-Ighrt pagres 4111 Janiuary 1.

The tate fair -ho%% what Floariia ia



Itird nuitie-.wit" ii (4),-zi' -t--tc'rdala.

M1r *-.W. T--atue r. tam'. til \--to-r.
day aftertiastarfrotti ?a trip i.- v

M~r.J. R. iorlatatid. #of CIit rxano!l Ft.

yr -t erdoty.

'lix e tr -- r 't, 114 1w j'iztsA 1,'j I JU1I-: il
r ae C-Ulu.ie 4jslI i

A lurize ;&-tititoti Ict te.-'nti ?a'

tli. raev' for timavot.
taN'~t f~aivreet thi Ie 1&iitiz IhCC ti,
ai~ii-O itat i lie anus cry. 40,%~ e



-.*-k for the ;aet-it f-W ti'tV'a.
Wd- ~ ia tac i ti nilv. I y.'-i etr N


spot Ye !-itk 1`sr live joss? weik. i- iiev' .
uimparveti :and will helit' euiii aalhy (it
Isis.


%Ir. i-. ( Ilet-ti cit-I t 4'iflf-i ti t vs-*tr-
day from %u Savminnah NiAl wiill -til
t'o0titrol of thue lvtrw t.'lietit 1a'iiir lt x:
week.

ter returnied~e'ateri-aav-.ftc-,amoottfisLia
is "i-itit to M -. X iI!i cdii_*- ,-,-'-r a'
Plant C(ity.

%-1it(% IvA 1- -edt the ivit-t 'f NI r. I ..R
4 'inizal fair s.-vt-r-ci el't~ s, rt urns-t
14 11It r4 y i t a r va .
Mr. amaidMr-s. A. N1, 'e.'i '!~
.11t, ~ iasstt n ~4InII 'i
,# cA midttarv tth- cut-tp. 5of NMr. IilatIt-,
JohitiNVX. i's-arntio.
Mlr.Jolin Pear-ott i- tia't .
A-ommcim a-- het- crcuti'timiaC" att-- I im?
that quicksaind lie % ii! -,wont kutot
what's further dolwi.
('401. J. Mt. i -i ,lsta ls

whotiiimv* tae'eni iil 4 t.'OK fo-r ar,




Ia ask ist rat mani ti 'xi has.-! lax'i- itida
tith e emetatititi 4 f A p'ut -'1-4-.
Nl I.1 11. / er will .-titt'rr.-nin the
I ba1 arug ter.'r st ttli 4'slt esta ris'i'at I hrtr .
it c'ls.'k titi- .:ik-ta'r n. 1. I V.IA Ithe'
''Iauiwgute-re'are c.'trsiailiV ittVmts'1 t$ s
Iw i-resent.

F'p. i'ratik 11. h''s n. i h
oi mt 4. o:er ci \,t- irt' the's
axati~ 'rti o! ttrhe-v -v t~
five oae- cf Iii-*i.'Ui .t js firnIt to,
tilt- faarlU tI~f e .aIlt'nrenth: *a = f%

Tt i~t i 'tilarl'-io*Ct w t ine-Ia. 1). I
V Ullar axid Dr. IP'IH. I / icr heat I, rid


Ito thes kul'


W~t. X. It ti~o,'i. Wit.1 was
liew'aintiatut g's eriiir -o'' iI 'n a ri r
Ill. rej-1it'hic'oal- ittl! "'--c tn' sa
6-41 h-- Itai~cAgr. tidll or c' t bi t
Vatu 6Oualit', when -h- r.- w'.- .'Ay tite


Spelling Salm.
B at our n~x1hng Bee't t.nikht.
it p.rcnmp. B attt'ntire, B po*'g`t.
B-11re at first th,-t you arc rizh-t

B Ilrt alnd t.-2 "a.:wh' m vo~il e



Marion County at the State Fair.
I,, itz wlrite'- n;' f fthle -tate fair ith(
Ti Ott-s Ii 'V mit i (t izvtl veaks as
ttblltilA! Oita i-eItilsit:
I., ti, ... i-I.,I --*Utoy .~ t~lntter,.
are Iivo- x *l-i --rgnpt l'rui r, three (df
tmeiIL,-riit -. ..\- r-'..-ariiir lenowtit-. all
varietia- 4a;_ tiaitei. Js. .Iiativ!-. per-
-1l1ii1nions, eOf%
There i?. onve #xhibit of 1:25 1iforeiit

etc., cutt-real iY NX!is- J*-,-!-A- wt
tsevr 'cv.n hat 1%'s!k Ii.'h f illie

tr.itt-- .the p. i ;the aesuilt 1
iovtter thaliu (''t ill al lsir of thik.
.\zt exitIhibi" hr!1,,st1.riq lta- Owet-q4f
F- loi ri(I xio.i- #*-; a- rat l..*r- i ltbh
41 i-playtat ifti f V-: n'.i l I' b'. Coln-
l.oiliy.Otat ()'aolat. 'c Ii aIl'eatitIg a

year Ithey h,e j'at'afte~4l 1ia.Iaoa potiuill

,o'f igr'uci- hn-ni-. tit.lne.
There are thire gzmtdvof' allm' t-
e-very variety t 'vrgetable ti-it wil-
erfow lin F14)rida soil, a h.i~ti
dii-lav of F'4rt-':i1,I.; .1 w.ol,d ---


*vrsrr*-;-i -tat'k.
1-hieije- I)D'1s ', an 4all alftI'ov, ha!-
Sonlite litnai and inKlKii n~tiimzon exhi-
kliti'li tlIit LiV1 jrt~i W-e that lhe will
tjt-vt~jqvil' t e'allart i-t if Flote. One
piv~e~trt-lre~e'xit .Jti-t i-e. andil inwhite
let ten'- an 'Lok !.t reaniers aroun iiitht-
i'elitral 'it-ev 'are' the s''rsiniz!..', "ii..
toa'whtithae 1 1110,11 %% 'Ybji ..tioe tiitld We

re'lin! .01, fthe :ittrallti4'11andI iitoill-
riv e- '4 N1 ikno a'r
0'11" t14- m' %1!A taikt'it the Anti-'
NI,1.'i's;'4 1y Drjlz Store nndl-,#-t a fret,

:1 hive-r t ttil te I 4t'd ply-ic.


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Improved Roadmaking.
itMarin co-ie.i'y i- far itn advance ill
the work of mi.kiinr improved road-
w'ys. atiind one o" t.he ii'st initerestil:
features of thet co',uty di- .l.y is thie
exhibit of roa- lnin n iu iumateria!-, -t
riThe county e tmploysi it-s conviv.-ts in
r xiolmak ne: and w.th iz":d raiilt-.
The county\ eot iiiiti.?-io:i-er-. of whiic',
H. '. I.on.:. ,f M irt. '. is chairman,
h-i- recent' iuv i a!it a c.itnplete outfit
of moderLi rotrt:riiakit iznTahiinery at
a i.t 4of ait i)? !E7 a o >. l i<' include es
a tractionr rtoll-r, winchi hauls five
s;-readitng wagons. each carrying a
id otit three c';t'i v rads of crushed
l-toir I lie .iiit of' thie load, ill-
cr iliii!g 14li:o \\ il 1 %-m,, o pountlds.
Ili:.s ouitil w l ,ai -e -y tie (;I )d
1 :l la.-,'v.iitC- y <','ii lny of Ken--
ti tt S ,1tare, i'a..
Th*- exthl it t f 'r,'adl:tkin: in," hli;d-
phototzrriphs oef MNlariin county hard
roadt-t. sampless of' iii,' rock in blocks
anld e'ri-hied. nita' '!ay-. etc.; al-o a
mti0,)oel of ant iitpr 'ved r,1oad, sc'rap-1r,
whiiiti on clay irounidwi wl.i make a
i. ,tly round-., rod wilthiouit an\
o ther a.ia'hin -iy, r ;it'e rials. -Times-
Uliioil ainl I t'i!izet i.
"La.st winttel ani infant child of
i ine had eroup i1i a \iolelit f)ormi,"
!.twy I'lEcr Joh:ii NW. Ix'-ier-, a Cl'ris.-
ti:in evant-eli-t tof F;lley, MI). '"I
gtAve her a few d).-. of 'tlin'h, erlaini's
Cotugh Iemiedy and in a short time
all danger was pa-st iand tile child re-
covered." Thiti. remedn'y not only
cuir-s rolti, pbut whehi given as soon
a- th- tir-t -y'iilptormsi altppear, will
prevent ani attack. It contains ino
lopiutm o(r othtr !'aritful -ubstatiice
1 i i limy t'e gnivt aIt ctnidently to) a
V t.v a tol at adil't. For sale ity Anti-
, >.,op Dly Irug tSor". an

Jacksonville's Great Gala Week.

T. e -ixtlh anlitnall Ja'ck-onvviilt'e (;ala
Week Ntov. l4 to' ''t2. i'protiseis t
e ,, thte mi,' t it' .tenttin, attractive
anlid aluce,-'tl in he history of this
gzr-at -tarnival of imu-ic a'id mletri-
eiirnt. rt1C loul-.lia- hli-ve eni 'yed these
fettivitiet'- iti the ast, thousands imo()re
are comilig thlr- year. Many new and
i novel attra. iAoni have been -ecLured
for this year that imuit a-iad to the
intert-st and eni4i :n.-nt ,t"' the occa-

'lere will he.l an inmintlis'ti.e trAtde-,
.kt-play, ulli t' Uaniti tior,-,e u t, fanitastic
Parade, a *beautiful thloral parade, the


BANKING


Although some people say
it is not dignified for
Banks to advertise, we
think it appropriate to
any legitimate business.
In fact, our experience
has proved it so. Any-
how, we are not work-
ing for Dignity-we want
. BUSINESS .


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A MODEL FARM.


Velvet Beans and Cassava-The For
mer a Land Restorer as Well
as a Good Crop.
Lat Sundtay the editor of thii pIo-
per enjoyed a almost pleasant vi-ir 1,,
the hIos,)pitable Ihomle of t'ol. L. lI.
Miller. about live mit i- -'nth ,if

',ol. Miller i-, ni.w liv; n,- in hii- n-w
two story dwelling which was 1iiilt
especially for ea.,e anll co.)nifort. The
view in all directions i- pictures'uie
and tropical ati'l the !,,'Hatio[ ik a
mio-t charminiz one. The elevation
i- perhaps the hitzhest ini the cluinty,
the water is very pure anil in aonise-
amilen'e tile health i[ tood).
<'o!. Miller is- a pra',ti.-al and a st'-
'fa.-zful farmer and it ik a pleasure too
peep into his well titled tarns anid
drive over hi- carefully ,ultivatetd
actre-.
4 our friendly i" an iii ii'-sias: on the'
velvet beaL alld believie- that it is not
only a oo4d crop in it-l'o, but as a
land restorer is e'isuial to) the best fer-
tilizer on the market.
In proof of this (ol. Miller points to,
his two tielil- of ,'as'w-tv. one fertil-
izedI with aboulit .4 worth of fertilizer
('cr acre andl thle other planted onl
laid that wa:t- the year before pilan:ed
lu velvet beaiis.
'rile ditleren,'e i-, very marked andil
altogether in favor of the ltter and
while it has rootedl well, 'ol. .Miller
thinks it would have roo)teti better if
it had been supplied with a small
quantity of potash anid i'ild plosphate.
He thinks the velvet beans fur-
nishes all the nitrogen that the soil
needs aIund as potashi ai l acid phos-
phate, the other nec'es-ary iniredlients
that enter into the manufacture )of
fertilizc-rs. are cheap and as the velvet
bean furnishes the balance, it is there-
fore a boon to the Florida farmer.
As a stock feed, the Titet its of the
velvet ibean have already been earon-
sidered in these columns It has atb-
solutely ito superior andl is rapidly re-
volutionuizing the farming industry of
this section of the state.
Col. Miller has I'41 acres of velv-.t
beans and 4.5 acres of -assava.
The tops of the latter he will eith--r
retain or sell for seed and lie has al-
ready sold the roots to the stareb fac-
tory at LaIke Mary.
('ol. Miller has tw barns, both of
which are killed from ftioor to ceiling
with the products of ihe farm.
('apt. Frank Pooser, of the Mo,.Cor-
muick manufacturingg. Coaiuipay, i-
no)w baling Col. Miller's hay ftor h m
and when lie stopped work la.-t Sat-
urday had finished 275 bales andi
perhaps will have as u.iany more
The hay consists of graws and pea
vines. 'Thre baling preserves the
sweetness, itmakes it easily handled
andl more marketat Iv.
Besides two barn- full of corn and
hay and other footl --tut's, t'ol. Miller
has a smixoke hou-e well filled with
coldal storage cured meat, a tine herd,


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Ifcw' l~I1o tg td fw~i


abundance.
His fem-esart- woell *'8red fa~r, his'
gates are in goo)d nhap+-, ev-rvrihini;
I~ill iplac-e aut ihas a thrirfty, id
appearance.
If all farm., were like (,',it M~iler',
the t own-, woultia'io Iepi.-;, pulit ed
anti everybodyv woui i.- i be aiitic-ri to
live oilad awl#wii a fa rot aud it 'imK~s
like the trend of t h',L-' are Itow in
that cdirectioni.

Clock Golf Contest
Thle Ocala High''s(tut'(iidp for t~
!-easono3iI9t2' ~WAS i' 'ruitrlyiqlu
W~ed n..'Maav afternoon) MatLit Eree )1lr
with a -IlI k izc'it oiite"'t.
[wWr et-1 trIfy azi'ide'.evfl tyiv ,jpeq)
lite were llre.1t-et. T.r. H. A Ford.
iiresisien t ift' he 4cm landt 1). -. W' ill
imui-i -evrt-tary anid tr.-asiurtr. actedt
ai~ ot'- :~1 rfrmuied their 4111!1#-!d

Thle Iiiik-. were hin :a mlt ~..

the :a tez'140iioort .. t-v-ry it'll -.11tfuilly
i~t- ut.
Mr. tirorire En'i n'tel i- a7. r
keeper.
\Tr=. H. A. Fati arid adlr-. T. Mliui-
rtwe. ;rmt"Iii'-t r tr 4z)vts~-r
thtje tva. tal II- iaNI f- rI I I k

Haz'-1l liit lr ad~au,1S,-&:, 1 \*,: ict
Harri-' ',iervs-'i t he t-''Ltvifld, I.-

Teli! 'tw tq 4a
th'ronxx U rly to Iti.'\- un il. i~ii re-5--0


'From tiu i- to ti iII- dluri n tz hi I, -#- t- II
the club W ill! t- tertaitl thi-ir" di l-i-
ill a like miarinr.
Saloon for Rent or Sale in Ounnellon.
M y i, intill k; ,ppo-ite t e ,de p ,,,r.
lnow o u'CU in, it y 4'. H. Ht)i!mg.r-w rTt;.
is for rent November l-t. Fr: **- ri.-
tdoire-s., 31r E. V. V.l ', i N-,
14- '2t 1, ox "21. Oti ia i .

Mr. T. r Hv id, of Dunn- w.f
amr o .g the- v\i-.tor- t tho p i y a.-t t"
day. Mr. Ifoodt ; a pAr:ii,-r "( lsJ.
Iiiiitrdt in tht- phli.-p st- ; e--
aindi i s t .i.',s ':i"'dl their l)t>,lneiiit
pir, -per'i 4- t I M I. W NI i...- r ;
ih i lnak ,-iii, ro, at-. T'Ini-' pr, I t-rty.
which \w;A. tfil 'e f i" d f,,r i- t ix-., ti t
already i, i-'l-i' l,,t:o t,,;..- .;' pimi --
phi-tte and will p,-rnap-) ie'lt i- ln%; ii .
ltl-r' to;si It Vts,- t- iil, ii '" i' k u ', "

The Jacksonville Politician Never
Sleeps.
YuA are too iatre Sit iown. Thlirt.
minutes after Hub I)v.s an (nounced
that lie would ti,,t be mi f':aipidtte' for
r--election to ongre.ss after L,. is tle'-
ted in Novetmber next :moi i- 't--,rveol
the term taut, four c.i !i:!.<' in .Ii k-
-,onviile amii,,uri' ti c li-tnit-'-, c'e. fior
his place, Mi l th:i -t-t:, :t. FTh
lnext titmt you rise to plta'- iln nitui-
nation a name for i-oilngit-s, for I unitedd
State- senator or r orfr g lverlr o r ,atr-
i,1a, let ill earlyV. If y' L I on t 't .; it.
Jas'v oU vile wC' do ya \\l X ,-,, i;
collies to tilliun the atii. '-., d lon't yoi
evi.r dcluie Lyour-f if vi .ii !t- .'a
that J.a'ck.-oiivilt i- :ai-'et.- !.'.-I ...
Commercial.
If Fish be Brain Food- 7
1,:lmiry I- ?ta ir, zat li-hi i:: rks t.
l''e v we'a-k rromi ix'y t .,: t
, ,rr.' I-" t i-ia, aver t. ;n.Z .-'I ielr t., lil>- ,'ar. e *re -obil !r<;l to *" ,'Iy
.'arkv: rts tmakes i a to:'& of over
13.1'1 1pol ri.t ,o -i;:ii ty lthe people
in and arut inil tiiini'y. -tiirdity !-
the gr at h-tih dlity. a- liuitilre,-- of
colored pe, lie, many of theitm ivilig,
a li the bai.ks of ;i k-A t:.il ,tr-amt .-.
corie to town and piir'ha-e ti.-i for
'heir SunldIly dinner. The first thing
solfte of them do when they gert in i-.
to bt.uy their ti.h, which they tike
home with theiI late at niiht.-- H-r-
ali and New Era.
Jamties E. Brooine informed the
News. uriir i;g a plc-a-antsI reinititscent
chat, ih t hlie is no trust ma inat., lbut
a loyal tdemtilorati.c -tatesman. Hie
looks every iuch the part.--'ernsaeol.a
News.
Let's see'. In tiie.' nol t lIon i at',
New ,Jersey could b[e counted on ho
give a democratic inji nty. l'u: it
didn' t do s ini the l'lte election.
Where 'was ('evean'it andl what \ as
the matter w'ith those -sp.-e.h .-. lie
lumade? Wlihy did lie not lijn: I'.i i
raim from lts idis.


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w-FAFIOUS MILLI
Sis a Source of Pleasure to 9Ew1rpb~dV

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


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OCALA, FLORIDA, FRIDAY. NOVEMBER 14 1i02.


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Mr. Will Veal, of Martel, wasin the
.ity Tuesday.
$1,1on for a broken front hound in
Ri-rry'- Improved Wagon. +
Write W. B. Berry, Monticello, Fla.*
Mr. Hamp Chambers came down
Friday afternoon from Orange
l.ak*-. Mr. and Mrs. Chambers will
remain in (O-ala this winter.
M-...rs. 1 S Hall, S. A. Standley.
('arla rintrunk aini S. B. Martin
left on the Atlantic Coast Line rail-
way for the ttate fair Tuesday after-

Mr. T. W. Troxler tad the njisfor.
tune to stick an ice pick in his hand
vy- '-rdaly iafteru,, o. The hurt was a
t.,l onI anid the unfortunate gentle-
man L suffered a groat deal of pain.


ALebuas county defeated the con-
S ,.*. i, ,titu'ionai amen e, lunts almost as
I '"ti't uiani!uiit-Uusly as' lid Marion county.
Hal it not t.-eu for the big votes
e1. '".:-1 forr thitei in Jacksonville and
i ra, Ta'Ianl,. 'hey wjuld have been defea-
t-.' out ,f titla t.
STr 4a "Ariitrate, irragate, reciprocate and
Sx, ,t, ,.x aviate ripret-.i t briefly the presi-
l-enTit's vinew ou leading questions of
thie lay," r-marks the Baltimore
-. Aierieti. to a which the Louisville
." y urier Journal replies, "Everything


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tbut rVacuate."
"is.- It-e Fox, of Atlanta, will ar-
rivte in t kata the first of December to
1neti'j the winter with her aunt, Mrs.
A't- i;rown. Miss Fox spent some
ti1- in >.a!a last winter and made
imativ friends here who will be de-
hlihtled to know that she will again
i* i,:;t <.-ala this year.
Mr. and Mrs. S. 0. Smith, of Char-
latet, N. '., are in the city and are
boarding with Mrs. Juhan on Ft.
King avenue. Mr. Smith is conneet-
*-t with the International Correspon-
deunce Skhoo4d of Scranton, Pa., who
have opened an office to this city.
Tue-lay morning Policeman Mo-
Ih avat orrestted one Willie Owens,
,hairged with vagrancy. He was
trw-ld iefo're Mayor Fisbel and fined


S. .. .-- a.,i <( tt. T'he officials say that
..-r- 'th.y inulteid IoA miak a systematice
warfare upol the idlers, with whom
S.1, i" u .-treetvt are fuli day and night.

.. i i. Mr and irim. J. B e.rutton passed
, ', t.. itughl k-ala Tuesday en route to
hat-ir home in Manatee county. Mr.
su::,u has le*-u temporarily released
S'"'' tranili the asylun and while his mind
s- I. arer he is very weak physically.
Sif. l I, %I Mr-' utton believes that the quiet of
I ,t .ti th-ir home on Terre Ceia Bay will be
reatly beneficial to him.
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Horn--Oct. 25th, to the wife of J. J.
Fuller, a 11 pound boy.-Weiler
Id tho Signal.
Te Cure a tel la Se Say


Take Laxative Bromo Quinine Tab-
lets, All druggists refund the money
if it fails to cure. E. W. Grove's sig-
nature is on each box. 2fc. I


The Cow Ordlaimee to be Enfereod.
Ntice has been given to all owners
of ta .ck---ews, hbo, horses, goats,
etc.--that the city will begin on No.
i vemi,.tr 15. to put in force the im-
j.oundint ordinance. All animals
f-tund running at large will be im-
! i-,unded on and after that date.
Who is W. N. eleeaaldt


The following telegram was received
in thi- city Tuesday afternoon:
R ock Mount, N. C., Nov. 11, '!'2.
CI a.hier 1st Nat. Bank, Ocala. Fla.-
Fitd Mr. McDonald. Tell him Susan
diedt Sunday. Wire immediately.
SianNed MS.. W. H. MCDoNALD.
Feed Changed to Plsesa.
Putrefying food in the intestines pro-
,duae ef"tlects like those of arvenic, but
lr. King's New Life Pills expel the
lai-aonsi from clogged bowels, gently,
e!:aly but surely, curing constipation,
i,'i oune si sick headache, fevers, all
liver, kidney and bowel troubles
Only "k at Anti-Monopoly Drug
Store. 4
4C- -Lng.


The Epworth League of the Metho-
di-t ci urch met in business session
Monday evening at the church, the
pre sdent, Dr. A. L. Ilear, presiding.
After the transaction of routine


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A Former Oeallaa Weds.
Mr. J. Arthur Griffin, of Tamps,
formerly bookkeepeer of the late First
National Bank, of this city, was mar-
ried Tuesday to Miss Mamie Mar-
shall Johnson at her home in Fred-
erick Maryland.
Mr. Griffin is one of the best known
and most popular young men in
Tampa. I
He is a son of Mr. A. R. Griffiin, of
Anthony.
Mr. Griffin's many Ocala friends
extend to him congratulations and
best wishes.

A Pleasant Party.
Tuesday night at her home on Earl
street, Miss Tillie Pyles entertained
very charmingly a few friends com-


maj.


CUPID II A CONVE T.

St. Clair-Abrams Weds-His
Bride Only Eighteen.


At four o'clock Monday nftern )on,%
ceremony strange to e'nve-nt walls
was performed in the ch tp-i of S .
Joseph's convent her-. fjjor St.
Clair-Abrams, onsi of Florida's l.-a i,'.
lawyers, and MisN Daisy .Aligh, a
charming youug lady pupil of th-
Academy, were the principals in tha
ceremony which united:theu iu inm r
riage.
While not a secret the approaching
nuptilas were not published.and a few
unenlightened friends of the contract-
ing parties received the news with
evident surprise.
The ceremony was performed by
Rt. Rev. Bishop Kenny. and was very
quiet, only the mother and sister of
the bride and a few other witn+-sts


Phllematheo Se6lety.
Meeting called to order by the presi-
dent, Miss Jemie Palmer.
Owing to the absence of the secre-
tary, Miss Lottie Kingman, Mr. Guy
Zewadski acted as secretary pro tern.
First on the program was a song by
the school, "America."
Recitation, "Do"t' Christmas," by.
Mim Leafy Sylvester, was rendered
with good effect.
Reading. "Mark Twain and the In-
terviewer," by Mi-s Edna Jefttords,
was very laughable.
Song, "Maryland, My Maryland,"
by Society.
Recitation, "Me and Shakspere,"
which was well recited by Mime Gertie
Baehelder.
Reading. "Hamlet Under Difficul-
ties," by Miss Louise _Scott. met with
a great deal of applause.
Song, "Old Folks at Home," by the
school.
A new feature was then Introduced,
a dialogue, "Slang," by Misses Louise
kScott, Edna Jeffords, Alice Bullock,
iGertie Bachelder, Atmerica Pillan and
Mr. Robert Burford.
Paper, "Philominteobn Era," was
then read by Miss Leafy Sylvester.
Debate, "ResolveJ. That literature
is a greater benefactor than science."
Affirmative, Gusie Roller and Robert
Burford; negative, Guy Zewadski and
Janet Weathers. Decision of judge in
favor of the negative. The society
then adjournedut to meet next Friday
week. G.
Reading Club.
Miss Hattie Dye was the hostess of
the reading club Tuesday afternoon.
The meeting was the most pleasant
of the club in sometime.
Current events were dimcussed and
the life of Lord Byron was studied
and discussed by the entire club.
Mrs. Josiab Varn read a synopsis of
"Childe Harold." Her paper was a
beautiful one, well prepared and was
listened to with a great deal of inter-
est by the club.
Miss Minnie Gameby read a splen-
did paper on the "Struggle for Liberty
in Italy and Greece," which was
thoroughly enjoyed.
Next week the club will meet with
Miss Emily Ford and Shelley will be
the poet for the afternoon.
The Last Sad Rites.
All that was mortal of John A. Row.
ell arrived on the south bound Atlan-
tic Coast Line train Tuesday after-
noon.
A large delegation from the Knights
of Pythias Lodge of this city met the
body at the train and eseor ted it to
Greenwood cemetery.
Rev. L B. Warren read the beauti-
ful ritual of the Episcopal church and
the body was then turned over to the
Knights of Pythian brotherhood and
it was laid to its final resting place
under the beautiful and imposing
ritual of that order.
The funeral was largely attended.

Spelllag See.
Be sore to remember the spelling
bee at the armory Friday night. A
bushel of tfn is expected.
Miass 8ue Barco and Rev. L. B.
Warren will be the captains and will
match forces against each other.
Mrs. Texas Martin, who is quite an
artist, ha, drawn some very attractive
posters advertising the spelling bee,
which have been placed in the win-
dows of a number of the stores. They
are very fine and are attracting a
good deal of attention.
The admission will be ten and
twenty -cents.


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Miss dlighb is about IS y-ars of aze.
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and manner. She spent last summer
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Mr. Arbrams is many years Mliss
Sligh's senior.--;t. A'gjustine Record.
The Windser---Jaeksoneville.
This, Florida's largest and tinest all
the year round botl, has lately been
adding to its already many sided at-
tractiveness in preparation for the
unusually large number of tourists
expected in that city the coining sea-
son.
Some idea o! the magnitude of the
business done can he gathered from
the factthat the hotel operated its own
electric lighting plant, water works
plant, printing office and theatre all of
them amply sufficient for a large size
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The architectural beauty of design,
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For Floridians it is all in 'll, *-se. c-
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This i4 proven by the fact of the
number of Ocala names that daily
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Shooting at a Nigh Mark.
The Kissimmee Vall-y Gazette goes
so far as to criticises a grand jury.
Listen to this:
"The ignorance of a irand jury is
proverbial. Not that we mean to
imply that our Osceola grand jury can
be ignorant about anything. At the
term of court just ended the grand
jury, with laudable zeal, in its general
presentment, recommended that the
Osceola Abstract Company should be
made to pay rent for the room it is
using in the court house. If the es-
teemed grand jury had taken the
trouble to consult with either the
county auditor and ,l! rk ,)' the circuit
court or the county treasurer, it would
have learned the interesting fact that
the abstract company has been paying
rent regularly to the county for the
past twelve years or more. They
might also have learned, if they had
probed the matter to the bottom, that
at the very moment when the com.
mittee of the grand jury was examin-
ing the abstract office that the mana-
ger of the abstract company was fing-
ering in his pocket a re e..ipt in full for
rent, payable in advance, of the- date
of the visit of the said coiumitta--.
"It is by such public spirite-'l .n<'
intilligent investigations as these that
our grand juries make themselves so
advisedly famous."
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    THE U ALa BANNER, NOVEMBER,, 14 1902


    THE OCALA BANNER.

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    %o40llt: I HE BANNER. BELIEVING
    r teit.k AT THE TI' WELL ABLE T-)
    AKE ('ARE oF THEMSELVES, HAS
    TAKEN ITS STAND IN THE BAKRI-
    AIE s WITH THE COMMON PFAbPLE,
    aP 1Tc FVo;HT WILL BE MADE FOR
    THR RETTEtMENT OF THOSE AT THE
    SoTTo"M.

    Th*. TTatmp' p-p-er- ar* crowinr
    heliterant agitIn.
    Farm-ere n*.ar D)ni ori. Texas, plan-
    tMd larW crop.* of eowpeas thi-* year
    for stcw-k feed, and thy hav,- averag.-
    ed 30 an acre.
    A eontrapt wa.- recently made for
    th. delivery at Albany. v4a., to a local
    farmer of one ton of a particular kindl
    of cantaloupe Peed ftom Colorado.
    Repreentativeo of from 3 Boer families who were lorisouers at
    Hermuda are visiting southe-rn states
    In the interstate of foundling colonies.
    The acreage in strawberries around
    ('astletwrry, Ala.. will be in'r,-a-**4
    ftorn V.i to :4t. Onse grower there last
    ears-,u ietteI $ l6N1 from three acre*
    if stramtlw-rrie*j.
    The Atlanta Journal insists that
    Grover ,levelaud i lithe greatest living
    ex president. Don't tie hard on it. It
    is the only joke Hoke Saiiike has per-
    Jetrated this campaigrl.
    Mount Mazama, in the cascades,
    for Iwauty aud grandeur, is said to
    have no rivals in all the world. When
    it was in eruption the evidence is that
    it mumt have thrown a column of lava
    .uA foee high.
    Florida is prosperlng as never be-
    fore m her history. in spite of the fact
    'Uat tillious of dollars go out of the
    tato each year for fo
      never to return. The greater portion
      of this espediture ecullI ti kept in
      Fiorida by rsiting atnd timaitufacturiretl
      thi- at' 1--i at v t'mt.

      Tie Ianitsh steamer Nordkyn from
      IPbiladelphia, arrive'l at Tampa, Fla.,
      lt week to load ;3i' tlons of phoet-
      pbate from the Cawnp Pl'hphate Co.,
      *count of lene. O'0als. The Au-.
      triaa sbip Lacietua cl. ar'-d for Venice
      on the lst ult. with -i.' t-,ns of phom-
      phate from the Phontphoria Phobphate
      Comnpfmy. .
      Speaking of Florida, Mr. V. Ridge-
      ly,. of 4t. Petersburg. said to a Tunem.-
      l[moc-rat reporter: "There ix a great-
      er area of land under cultivation in
      Florlda than ever before in the his-
      tory of the state. Ttltgrow'th in pop-
      *lation i -te;ady, as the people are
      only .ust tbgefitinng to realize the
      posmibilities of the .outh."
      Th Stoothern Sl-eol and Honme, a
      inoethly educational magazuie pri.-
      ted at lallahasee,, ayusthat Macaulay
      learnedd to read a page at a glance."
      We have a very great admiration for
      Ma t alt we are a " txout his readinga page at a glitice."'
      We ,1

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      ".It cs just a cetrimon cold." people
      mat. -.tbere-v, no &Anger lin that."- Al-
      in.!tin1 their statement, then there are
      W". wwM- ol o.-Is, ColdIs which Ate dan-
      ~e-tus ft.'r many A fatAIl sicknes-i' eg
      a-104u a cold If"we Could! te'll the coni-
      ."ctcCM ef INnithe 1.11%0T,111011me iecoulft
      fee' quitt safe. Mu we can't. The
      uncomnemi-man-
      ,ig"tiSV44 Untit it
      has fastenedI its
      krnlit(mrethe
      luno,% and them
      ,W~t "m'Otne@
      I o elrevrr'us
      4;1 ir v
      ciscaghs. broga-
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      cwalma It 1 I.-
      creasesthe Sup-

      up the emaciated
      I toock asevem


      i DEMOCRATS AID PROTECTION.

      From an item taken f-cini the Harle-
      quin, a paper printed in New Orleans,
      it will be seen that some democratic
      papers out there talk the same as the
      Ocala Banner does in Florida.
      The Times-I)t-noecrat wants to
      know if the rejublicain cainlidates for~
      congress will vote for a tarit!ron .f l?
      on beef? on steel? but ever a word
      about sugar or lumb,-r 1, .,.4l-.e tho.e
      things are produced in I. i,-iianta.
      Indeed Louisiana's -nde -rati,- *voi-


      gresmen voted for the-e ttliiing- the
      sale se Flori.la's dein(r.ratic oni-
      grepwrnien voted for a tariff one tolba<-o.
      o I:toges, pinleajppl,,-, etc., and a- llong
      as democratic emigrt-I-miaen per'iat in
      doing this they t'llil4<1lt denounce with
      good grace repuil-icains for voting a
      taritl oin artic-l'i not produced in
      delioteratic states. It is the old story
      of the pot callinzi: the kettle 1'lask.
      'ersisting in doing so democrats
      ldeotroy the whole dieujocratie tion.
      WHY WE CAN BE HAPPY.

      With the republican party trium-
      phant in the nornh, enst and west, we
      can yet he happy in the s-outh.
      We have everything our own way
      down here.
      Our people ar"- ,'utetited and happy
      and in a measure pro-perou"s.
      We are s-howing to the world that
      democratic governmueut io eeionimi-
      cal, and while the laborer is protecte-d
      in all his rights, that there is no revo-
      lutionary sentiment directed against
      capital and its investment is safely
      guarded in every southern state.
      We see railroads penetrating all
      sections and the ,service and equip-
      ments are being constantly improved.
      Our cities are constantly gaining in
      population and the most improved
      agricultural iinpl-inents are seen on
      our farms.
      We have no strikes, no labor di4-
      turban-es, io social barriers, no wall-
      of shoddy exclusiveness.
      The wouth has no 4100.
      In every south-rn state towers are
      thr,)wu at the feet of intellect and
      merit is every where respected and
      rewarded.
      If after hei coal -trikc, Pennisylva-
      nia wants to pile up a reputblicani
      majority of 1:tomki it i, her lbtiines-
      and not ours.
      The demo-rat ti policy suits the
      soutl1.
      Under it she i" coiitented. happy
      and prosperous.
      So why worry over troulles ri-it our
      own.


      The New Judicial Cirouit.
      Mr. Wil-'tin of Brtrow, through
      the c lunilln of the tCourier linforniial
      Illakti the filllowuitng suggestion re la
      tive to) the formation of the new ju-
      dicial circuit:
      "1 would forml thet lifih circuit with
      the counties of Alsihua, [Lafayttte,
      Levy, Marton and I'Ptaniar; the sixth
      circuit with the counties oof Lee. De-
      Soto, Polk. Hill-torouhii alnd M1ana-
      tee; the seventh circuit with the
      counties of Monroe, Dade. Brevard,
      Volu-ia and Ortiure; lihe eightlih ir-
      cult wit h (- i"* *uinties 'of Pas'o, HIer
      niando, t i'ru-. S'inite-r, Lake and
      tseolA. rhis (i i isiont would relieve
      tihl sixlthi irvuit by placing the co ii-
      ty of Monroe in the e--Vtiii, arind tlhe
      -ounty of I'aseo in lihe eiihthl, aind
      would take front the tifth cir,-uit, as
      It is now con-titu:'ed. the coun ties of
      Hernaudi>. 4 it-u- 4n 1 Suinter, plae-
      iniC ~ l-e iin th" ?et. w, or r -ich'h cir-
      e,:it. tbi.. wo u,I -i td tothe tifth the
      ,', U I.li ,,f I. \ 't "

      How Trusts are Formed.
      In1 h1.0 -'l -r. to the (-.'rOirii .- i--
      lat ure th4eankint tr,, In for hiui re -,. c-
      ;tin tt 'he' l')nit'- St st- S ,t e t., ,n
      A. S. S l. Ciy. Aii' r o' heir -itt nicw'it
      mnki.r tih fotlt-w,;i:
      "Diiring t he i,~'r.v- ign t,,ti n C '. -'
      the ind miony deve loped the, fict thst three
      firms ini Cli'hhw o dl.atl0n 1t i T rII.?t
      drew in retr'eit in iteo yv-r fr 'nIi thr--e
      railroad.sne4rlv e{,i. 'o t!,- ir.min lll.r
      com petiters-J~ .joyedi ic,..t-u ui favorrs
      t'onse qleit'y, th-ese three lArge tirn>i-.
      crushed '.ut ail imipCtition, th ri
      formed attrust, s.it irinmidiitely nl


      Senator *cCr.ary Talks Fight.


      Oemoerats aad Protection in Louisiana.
      The Times-Democrat gently but re-
      proachfully chidtts Republican Con-
      gre"ional Candida:e, Livaudais forge
      eva-iiing uniwer to questions, "Will he
      vote to reduce the tariff on coal? On
      bee-? On steel?
      Why?
      ( ome, comne now, old man, be fair!
      Why on coal. Eon beef, oi steel? Of
      the.- we of ILouittania have none.
      Why not ask him hi-. poi-ition on sii-
      igr, or iunioe r, eli '. Why inot, too,
      uiip the tiu" litienli'i atit our ciin-
      4r,-.?i,nal (1, i\\-t rats froni i >ui"n:tiia?
      I- it twei'aus the questio)l wob4ult tbe
      -upwrtluous, ithe hitterr t'eiuig one
      of re<.xrJ.
      "Eiasy."
      "'*(, ie more s6ecil~-.-would *e ea "y
      -but this is hardly a hitting time or a
      fitting place for elaborating this 'que*s-
      tion." jquoth the l'hur(ld-rer. lI'i.--.


      for not going further on "the tpara- ".crap with hi- ,ire ri-t." ,,r in any
      mount question : 'What are the prin- oth.-r way. ;i;ine-..vill.- Sun.
      .ci ll of th,.e democratic party"
      Briefly they are: 'l-qiual and exact Mis sissippi's Hall of Fame.
      justi,-e for all men ; special tjrivile4es As a fit tiitrioax to the e'lectioii of the
      for none.' ti'itn -teoft -n Mi..-i. utt who-e po<-
      Whose(x o trait- are to 1,-e hung in the Hall of
      By parity of reasoning, this of Fliue i the nt-w -tatr course is intended as an arraigtime!it Mleniphiis t4 ornTit.'frial Appal, which
      of the duty on beef which is alleged hlls beePn Al'tive tin e.,, uragiing the
      to have built up the beef trust; o)f the e'ltiv ation of thi hit-:ori.al spirit in
      duty on coal, alleged to have built up M!i-sil1.i ainl the south, provided
      the coal trust; of the duty i steel, for ttie tui -I atiton 1 f lih:triacter
      alleged to have built iup the steel skt'che.s of th-, teu Mi-,is ippiari,
      trust. But there is no special priv- deletedd by votes of the people of the
      iloee to be discerned with a micro- state. These skerh-hes are valuable
      scope in any possible duty on sugar, ceoutrii,utious to the history o)f Missis-
      for that duty has not built up the su- -.ipIi. and the itea should be exten-
      gar trust. For why? Because, intii- ded to all ,arts of th. south. hire
      dentally, we of IL)uisii:na grow sugar, is miluch ru,.re- maternal for history
      -N. O. Harlequin. exi-ting lthlre- than i- i,,nerally real-
      Sit.-e, anil thle .-tully of ii'graphy will
      Jumped on a Ten Penny Mall. uitolubtet-ilylv ring to l)glit inmpi rttut
      The little daughter of Mr. J. N material f.r a 1,r >per p-e-nti'i.u ,ot
      Powell jumped on an inverted rake southern 1:I, gener3aly --outihern
      made of ten penny nails and thrust Farm 1Ma,,iziri.
      one entirely through her foot and a
      o onehal whI throh The Genius of the Americans.
      sec aud one half way through. Chant-i-
      berlain's Pain Balm was promptly It is laimied that there ha. not
      applied and five minutes later the heen a t ase fever origiut.tin. ti
      pain had disappeared al ni mre Havana inr a year. The death rate
      -p;ainf wad dsptpredl- n- o 17 e r-%! li th If


      suffering was experienced. Iu three
      days the child was wearing her shoe
      as usual and with no discomfort. Mr.
      Powell is a well known merchant of
      Foriland, Va. Pain Balm is an anti-
      s-ptic and heals such injuries without
      maturation and in one-third tht-
      time required by the usual treatment.
      For sale by Anti-Monopoly Drug
      Store. m"
      Not Chasing Your "Uncle Bob."
      Th- name of that distinguished
      Fioridin, C('ol. Robert W. Davie, i-
      now connected with the next govern-
      orship of Florida, bit are these par-
      ties sure that Col. Bob will accept
      this honor in preference to the Uttited
      States senatorship? There are frienile
      of his who want himi to enter the race
      for the setiate Whatever may be the
      political future of Bob Davis, no uwal
      claims a warmer spot in the heart" o.'
      the people of this state thau he.-Dl)e-
      Land Record.
      Hold on, brother, hold on. Trtu,
      Bob has declined further congressional
      al honors; but the people of Florida
      have not tendered him either the
      governorship or the sen-l or'i ip.
      l)on't !W.e so ftsl, aiit % a -i v- a 1, iol't.
      be so sure Robert will be c-lied ut p 1i1
      to decline either of these pitlt.i
      Bob is all right, but ithe voters ol
      Florida are not chasing any Imall wilh
      offices to burn. -Sanford ('hrontile.
      A Liberal Offer.
      The undersigned will give a free
      sample of C'hamberlain's stou iach an
      and liver tablets to anyone wan 'i-g a
      reliable remedy for disorders of the
      stromiach,, biliousness or con-sti paHion
      This i" a new remedy anilt a good one.
      -Anti- Monopoly Drug Score. II


      Beautifully Artistic.
      The folder for the Florid* E-ist
      Coast railway and hoiels for last sea-
      son was the handsomest we thought
      that had been issue-d from any pr,-s
      for the purpose for which it was in-
      tended. But we find we we.e mIn"
      taken. The folder for this se .son not
      only approaches it but in some rt.--
      pects excels it.
      It is issued fr i the faimous pritit-
      ery of the Mathew -Northrup Wo'~KS
      of B tffaloatl( New York.
      It is a superb s-pct'iiei of printing
      and shows to advantage not0tiiy the
      hotels, but the bea taifr l r-t. --n -'t-.


      and the ti-chtrmiUng s ery, andr thet
      delightful out door wntr r-r -p .
      Th'is folder wil! c-t'%A. r a
      t uirist winner'r as its shows il su.rh
      gorueouiec ano captivating c', I er.Irg
      thi- world famous s 'cmti'u.
      .ik. -ev-.rything % r 'lg, t it.-t-p i
      is done to excel a.id trig,s rt--,al--.
      SHe Kept NIs Leg.


      i r p' c (n-1t'* v r si -" i |' r i I "," i L. L
      rio other reaon t'ianl wipiu out yel-
      low fefer that was a ruet,.ae to this
      country, the Spa ish war was a good
      thing.
      Elducatimt al progrt-es mean. reli-
      gious gooHl; it inculca.eL- a love of
      truth that is not to ie limited. The
      hope of the state is not in the cities or
      thee big town. The hope of the
      greatest future is dawning in the
      rural districts.-J. B. 'arlyle.





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      ONE SoAP at O.Na Paica, the Basr skin
      and complexion soap, and the Bst toilet
      and baby soap in the world.
      Complete Treate eat #r Every Humor.
      CrTICtRA soAP. to cleanse the skin of crusts
      and ales,. a-id soften the thickened cuticle.
      CtrrHC't'A oitT'ir'r. to lnistantiy allay itch-.
      itn, inflammanru n,and, irritation, and soothe
      ald beal, .id CtICTraA Ba'oLV. Tar, to cool
      andi cleauee the blood.
      unit &bsowi ff 7Ch.rlttboaftSq.. J=o4~9&i-xrTRs
      vLo Au ulss.-. Coup, DSo le P ,0mBU&


      Senator McCreary Talks Fight.
      It is currently runir.red that the
      newpalper people -f Gainesville have
      gone towr:appinZ with bire nlsts aind
      that the la'est on the Iboaris was a
      bout between E,liror-' M, t'n-ary a id
      Hewett Hill. That is a wreat deal
      worse than TaITipa. lown h er'- all the
      fighting i- 'enfiniie -tri.'iy ti worIls
      anrd u(t blows.-'rTarmi, Tritoune.
      The al.;ve itein hti- igein the rtunditL
      of the state pre.s until w.- fe.- it our
      dl ty to c',ultraulict it. Tie ieite w is
      i ii nile li;* 1,!y ,',* 1i'r.-1 ,1 tst illn tie
      N t-w .- t :t ti' [ eiii- o" lt' p -ui-lia-
      tili w-,ie 'did nti ier u it worthy of at-
      t.ntiii' !Th- pullif, nti edl hav. nouo
      f.ar *" ai "-.'r: I' within hire i,-t'" be-
      tw.eri tI:ii i:ii Nl rt'r-ary. fior the
      ftir t-r.tr, w I h is at la3-t plac-.i hIi,
      l:tlle a:t the lieadt tf tle editorial
      icolu-n- of the N.'w .as "atla-Iging
      eti'or," i- to' ii'.-h it ao cowarul to


      HUBBARD &


      HARD


      DOORS, SASH AND BLINDS,

      BARBED WIRE. CL'T AND)


      WIRE NAILS.


      PAINTS


      OILS. VARNISHES. AT-

      LANTI('C WHITk LEAI).

      ALL KINDS )F

      GLASS AND PUTTY,

      IRON PIPES AND FIT-

      TINGS, EVERYTHING

      N THE LINE O()F BUILD

      ING MATERIAI6. ETC.. ETC


      MACDUFF


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      SCROFULA
      I bequeath to my children Sc-ofula w:t'h all its
      ~ttendmnt horrors, humiliation and suffering. This is a
      strange legacy to leave to posterity; a heavy burden to
      place upon the shoulders of the young.
      This treacherous disease dwarfs the body and hinders
      the growth and development of the faculties, and the
      child born of blood poson.orscrofula.tainted parentage
      is poorly equipped for life's duties.
      Scrofula is a disease with neaanrous and vaned
      symptoms; enlarged lands or tumors about the neck
      and armpits, catarrh of the head, weak eyes and dreadful
      skin eruptions upon different parts of the body sh- v the
      presence of tubercular or scrofulous matter in tle ". -- T T ,i-
      and stealthy disease entrenches itself securely in the nvst*yn .ar
      the bones and tissues, destroys the red corputiles ,f the K .-o r.-.
      white swelling, a pallid, waxy appearance f the skin .si f ,trer_
      gradual wasting away of the and toy. prper.. .,
      S. S.IS..combines both purifymg and tonic -an,
      tS. entirely vegetable. mk.., .: ..
      all scroful1os affection. .It p.:r':.. .
      blood. nakes it rich av| litr ~ ui ,i
      permanent cureis ,,n e4,eft : > -, .
      the digestion an I a .:. n f f -
      lost properties to the blood and quickens the c1rcn'.it.ln :.4a hcatay
      color to the akin and vigor to the weak and em.i~atet -v
      Write us about your case and our physicians w. h.t rf' :* an,
      help you in every possible way to regain your health -a-. n r .-! and
      skin diseases free. TCs sWIFT SPlCIrIC Co.. A*tA*s. So


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      '" UIfOAY OFSAMUEL F. MARSHALL.


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      a'. 1-ArtI I-W%1 014 'A' i To
      It. fvit. W er. marrmjsl r-,'
      FiliH'flsu, Mr. (infro hAs
      flu. tr -Y'.. o''tthot, W If %Iat
      f -o4 .lv;aimt- trim the rat
      s.-v iv-0- the *j..-:airag off
      I* tillint .antruthap nai.fintlr
      Tti... tY'wdThaand lii'.t-rothe
      a A. fI *a general minreranti


      leae w'k & ( tnarpl etitil
      ta. ddoqi a oll mingle ,aw too ti
      niiW at F'Xrt %'f"-('4. Fa.s.
      turtiiiis -put 049"i.. fille 0tiitwglef,
      Mr J N Mo'rgew. A 1m fix-'
      tip liatal 't.e-.A'A diowns
      Ida f..r tUa 3*m.'Af. wase In M411
      ".'nUf% He u-a.en rolfute
      w'ierre he- will rtmide in Out
      46 hevii ta a'e~w'to.d & sltsu
      W H or-nc.


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      I TROGEDY AT DUNNELLON. '


      F1 MITJ. 11. Sedge, of Baxley. Ga., Killed by
      Marshal Gordon.

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      AsirAaw tijriitiedthte tit w .1 1 fu itar-h l ..d


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      Il 'i v.Clo guboem 40e e o .fact that SMr.
      Hall a turt4-.'um stUll will in th*- !'ear
      fetur* tp i*u4'ad at iSpring Park, Fla..
      twiari) all of the vaent htiums ire
      twine o ug~~cis4.-4avannaia N~va

      Ever) u-cab gmpint us str*engths n'tI
      --v 4..-tir&mywai thibun Ierry's Pat*-titt
      '4 vaI a t I 154.ovvd Wogrmos. They a re
      *u,.. as. ,Obeyjrun easW, they imy. hfor-Ar
      fiktaf. K lay at* mae Vfotr e icv, they
      in aI i gi ye uat~omlan usanid e4uti ou
      t.- afk tourf fn.-ade tortinuy Berrv*'
      *m;r.'d Wagnsi.
      r iat. 14 h emr, Monticello. Fhl.:
      11411r .
      14.-ts.A. S. Maan, state organizer
      fevrg.wi u1rs'ds, wom'.uto think (~--ol
      gnqs m40114mi seovisteiatly make apprin-
      Switai-neq, for tualddng pubicm rowsu
      just the iimi. as it can ftor the itn-
      prr--v#a.*-vt of riv'ers aind hartoors-.-

      "Me Tom V44essSepai~e..
      (Is. firm. an t(kala swiids cverFa
      tfisuvas'4l dollarv a year is a4v-erli-,iic~
      'tie Tta-apt 4Isru'er~y.-l.Ake ('itv.
      3n1.4.1


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      When the butter wmnt
      come put a penny in the
      churn," is an old time dairy
      proverb. It often seems to
      * work though no one has ever
      told wh-.
      Whek mothers are worried
      ba ecaume Ike ehildrvn do not
      gail 4tremgh and flesh we
      say give dcnm Scott's Emul-
      s-S-
      It is like the penny in the
      milk bc(.iautc it works and
      XIGauL there is something


      a"tonsnthing about it.
      Sctwtt's Emulsion is simply
      a nim i of pure cod liver oil
      with some hypophosphites
      @e, wcially 1)rcIpared for delicate
      atomaahs.
      Children take to it naturally
      btx aus- they like the taste
      * and the remedy takes just as
      naturally to the children be-
      acause it is so perfectly adapted
      to their wants.
      For all weak and pale and
      thin children Scott's Emulsion


      To Whom Does ti-.b Credit Belong?




      10Ihe tifaet, and U 114)~ p : ~l r-'
      es t ivt ai'l 1 *... (I siII'
      is-tt-etti- e rtsl ti.-v: tile- t\%-,')
      hI-attA ph-ut; lw V iiN.?inzn- l *,-I.,*:I,,:1n-- f .
      ILi'Steazd, 'Ii- 411w- nRot .-'x -i t thlt
      credit "f Ila\ III.. i~t. 1'
      uWhtiAII. 4s\1 I


      New Presidential Timber.

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      J. CUt1liz.ti-, alnt i n-o re- ttrn ais VA .-
      t,4-f. )re j,'-Ilit ii for -tVt ,v .Ll'I..
      W~hiatstil- Tn-.11a. t. iU l.i t I


      St. Auguastine on Top.
      4 itv Na-h. l-i.. -

      ill thlat .oitv. d*tll1i't h 1- 91 i I I;,
      csolunr*-41I hIt-lIs I i w '-f t : ':' I .tt.n, -, ; .1'-

      l'a~iutippile~al su11, d~t:, *N%, t it it i-tt-
      ter, %, tiattuow tit-Il. K*tltle
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      T'he readter-'of ft..l.:- v, %%:"l

      tatie tireadc1s' (it-,=:t-t- !1.0 ; -!'t !;s H.
      tween aide to.-:x 1 s t*-:.:
      that is Catatrt4i. hiH. i 'lI it
      its til sn 41i ~e *'iirt-k!:\. ii it 30 i.-
      nie~tival traitt-rnsity. I 4 oiitoIs 1 lI! t


      (lure is takcn i tt~r~n~tll
      dirtwtly kipumu tilt,'' I :t. ti''n
      isurfas-us 4of btilt, I. ?H"t.',-
      ea.e.ivin a i 'btit-*. I: 1 (* .: 1
      m.52-i-tld I i ar n I'n1\:- '
      l'j r. rttr v i-.- t 1
      (bi Itni~-1 In 'Ki- -

      l'.414 la. )r~~ th *
      in l~han~;.- IV .~.-


      Wlit t U.-t *. i'A-~u lul% t \% i I
      would ui. isr o-':,*'1l~~
      ivol IhtV'A ''o-. i-- 0 u- ui' *.



      fajiko. ut it t' it t:, r whlat 1 -ai:t.
      u-oulli. 1'-tw I -titO e
      worl'i if t11.e wa'-r t t K V1 r '(I
      kept CoN't tul t tk'it P. -'aAu!-

      Itie w (t I-m !ui r 1- a Vk*
      They. w -U %%, n ;..:0 I
      11stural wss tu~ --1 *-!~-

      and nisait--itin'-, -rei hr ,-.
      like rowttenza a. -. i 1v airt''re!Oh,


      LUUf


      OUT


      For Colds-La Grippe I
      Protect your-elf, and don't trust to
      Providence. Considering the harm
      a e,!'l is a ivhys;ial crime. You may
      prevent a c .I, or, if too late, you caa
      i--ure y.;nr-, f against the "afte-r ,-f-
      .'t-," fir th-re-- i- the gr-atest dar .,-r,
      t.y u-inri Dr. Charter's Iron Tonic. F. w
      ii.. from ("ids.. or Ia Grippe, or Ca-
      t:irrh. Th.y vdie of the after eff-lets.
      The4-,. d-.-'a-. all weak,-n, andl to a
      ak..: I lo.ivy corn'me fl'king a ho-t of
      4 -';L--s that fasteu on il w k lini,
      .,-art, st'.;aulch, ki'int.ys, and other
      Nv' ak lart.. that we selilom think of.
      Tie ea -i-;t and bvt.t thing to do is to
      f.r'ify the .y't -m ->, that yvu will not
      cA:c'hl cod], but if too late to do that,
      t ...n yv.. must ,See that no lasting: in-
      jury i- done. Medical authorities all
      *u-r.e that iron is the fighting element of
      t i.t- blo-l t nailingg the system not only
      to ward off disease, but to fight it after
      i ,Pol it has obtained a foot-
      S ^hold.
      Dr. HARTER'S
      j IRON TONIC
      i- just the remedy needed, as it sup
      pdi's the blood directly with the iron it
      requires to combat Colds or La Grippe.
      Take it before, during, or after. If
      taken in time, it will prevent ; if taken
      during, it will shorten the course ; if
      taken after, it will prevent all bad after
      .tFecrts.
      Women are especially benefited by
      Dr. Harter's Iron Tonic, as they seem to
      _-uffr from the weakness of Colds and
      La Grippe longer than men, and they
      are particularly susceptible to the action
      of a blood builder such as this is.
      FOR SALE EVERYWHERE.

      '"ounitty (,'ornii s-ioner Wicker, of
      - iitte-r ,euntv. *a'iw to iO'Nla duriir,
      ti- wtiee-k to ren-w his enthusiasti for

      a rII T.1

      % 2n. 1 ., 0 -


      That will t.hv the- eonrditi,, n of atf irs
      in Tailla;ha-'-e nxt year if G(enertl
      <;:;,'hri-t i- el tcted ,-petLker of the

      A i:trty livin1r at Fruitdale, Ala.,
      -!>:; ted a whnle-sle tloci't ,'un- ,.cape
      i' '- ailin-.A 141d the -lipliiiefr ti ett-.i
      ;-It,. A stock comtpanti hia- now beeti
      formuied to plant these tl'wers f,-r the
      nidIrtLermi niarket-s. They are parti'lu-
      lar appropriate at funerals ailnd grow,
      to perft-etio: int Florida.


      ]'he or. hrr,-i t : ile 'arrxtvto the
      Tn~t )113t f 2.-1!4,04 1)nl-u =i n II (O ,sru
      Of jurt-j'ratiotllAt the war dt-partrni-xst.
      andi- i wo f -41S-ua --r.~of ordt~-r-a that
      hI 've I-'elu;-;I -lied Clatti tt& 'downTiIhe
      r szular arni t- thiOw decrease -should
      IV i-re n, a- i It-'it ut l feduu'titiil of tile
      toein thte l'llipili'ht s.

      Don't Let Them Suffer.
      ""t-[I ('hti~rt-lii:wre t,sr' tires! 'A-I
      iicl! iti ixZ!nd.! nIN3ri~~e-, t-Wut11 arild othit r
      !-kin i-seti-e-s t; i t V u.-kIIs-1it%4 Arnioin
      Sa~lve lwtal- the, t rAw --'rt'. expe-k inflinu
      atiqlij, It-aotv- iw I hiuAi. a'thopi r a -1u'ar.
      Clean. fra,-rrsw.t. -lt-ilj. thwen-.i- 10 ialvt
      41LI earth a- IILu.:hi. *1'r.v i t Cure 12aur.
      Mltlt td. Univ _'-wat Anti -NMu inoq. v
      1)rug, Store,. 4

      Wants It Forced on 'Em

      iri te and i--I f 't il~td lot. 'l'ht-re i, Conit-
      II* .\V. 1lkvi's, tlireatt-ninizt
      wbid wiizVt all ki 11. 11 owJ i .!-',to rt-ire
      c ,, ;,-'Vit 4,n-i. tiorv iteriti Il u4011-


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      w~izi it Ie'. ve Yrt-=fueerof !hle t ile
      .W --oV~rnour.-if lhe l l 'tiil'hav'e


      lhlts II~t- -I: o'r 1Frank Harris,
      w~ho. -o fAr -t- r. t- inlrd 14 -w?-, !tu16 llit-vt-
      .-3'All It;;i .t v toa" tva.l,; 1% ,117 1 aur,
      anid [ -p.siTi Ilil% tv '--:1S Ill farmt-ta
      IIKthi& t 1-j J'W ofi t" -atawitH a ru-al
      rl-aN!oite ths' ft,-to
      t hat h" Ut- ret-it d4.(dlv tvx '-it miuc'h
      wcat- akr-i -r-i .et' 3 ts l z- I'tiv aisu

      L' v3'.u- i o!*. 'ar, ,pa v ya re

      to'.0 ti--9r sI--rita .off ur veniar.
      It de" -u-il ~NO 111)Iit- IChII k-4Itl e


      The Dutchman and His Dog.
      Y~ou Va. wily a t,.h' 41.
      yflu. X.-rs YOU L". ~ ~ -
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      Isi ea 1.t i t Tflolie-V If v''u l i'A z
      Ilito the ..ItII t. 3u. I o.~d3 ~n*
      Noah's 2rk w,4u ,iA lit- .'ti;, ,tc~ lt

      \V*.-in Pe t. ii~hinL:. f jlrt---r~ji PIln..
      our v :l ol'i 7 t,- a ',3 h 0iu

      I a vet iuilt upiak uu ~'j~-~ ~,*

      16) t1I*v.- x.w'i a-.k ,.mr zb v-1, 1'& T I
      if-ave 4*!Ir it ,ri~to13 VWitt] -1-. I''-
      Jmigs & Co.
      Little Drops of Water and Little
      Grains of Sand.
      ,rii~re a rt~t tuaill _Ne'w Y\rH I

      w~iicllch e Cut i- U- ht= ia futii .'
      %Vel tentlilo~e-1.Ito LtIL -ei~o

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      Gamnesvilie .1 Oeiia. Fla.


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      v; Ef .. WHYPfE. Vice koP


      First National Bank


      OTV GA I-N E SVI 1,1,E.
      The Only Chartered Bank in Alachua Coosty.
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      T. F. THOMAS HARDWARE AN-1SEED CMuWI,

      Gainesville, Florida.

      Fan mou- T. F. T. [Tri'Ld-.Found-True] Brand of Seeds

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      atr!I-; WVrwell Wax Bean, VaiDnIn.
      ~ ~r~I EF'trt% Early Reftage.Been.

      Ti-m ph, Mmwut S., and all other
      It-ad i g vmritio-..
      Egg Plaint.
      U97jj~~High Bu!-b, the only war,
      ri,f tv tiat -Jzmtd.- the cold and VWi
      e.,tr -hip'ping under almost all eir-
      iiti.a~e~..One large dealer in New
      York wri'e!-: "I can get more for
      ti;-i viri!' after they have bes
      Iknowks- around the -4ore a weeb
      th.w.t*,!fr aity other on arrival."
      Beefin.
      ]'i '~.(4'Uj. Remarkable for Its
      ~t: .~. ~~'.~b; prfsO034iu Offrm
      I; 't .-,...y red~; lOne grain and do@-


      %VI. t p -very kind ofseed adapted

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      Leads Them All
      The Mutual Life Insurance
      Cemp-yy d New York leads
      ll panin.


      $569,159,480.34


      $352,838,97 1.67
      is dwu
      Founded 59 Years Ago

      The Mutual Life Insurance
      Company d New York is a
      ymoaym for
      SjCUITT-Th f t element desired by

      SCURMlT.1ip.dsTst ul crop failures,
      peie, emes or we .
      WsMA ,for m "Whoe mwo h I mP"
      TaM MVUAL. LIFr INSURANCE
      CGMPAMY OF NEW YORK
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      a sete nsmteorisI Se.iety
      Bse. Geo. W. Wilson, editor-in-
      ehbol .f the Times-Unson and Citizen,
      proposes the formation of an HiWtorl-
      a leclety ina Florida. For anum-
      ber oef na e mys that gentlemen
      W te1 r d i pmervlgn the histosrieal
      daf of Florida have deplored the
      ct that the state i without anl 0-
      fOttiI t'#tl 1 6 4**1A Mn ',111W4Wi lli of V'-l-
      sable bmeinte-al miat-rial now ii stan-i
      gr of bein lost to future geiierati iPos.
      Mr. Wdieo smay that lh.rida i.-
      tbh in h batorIal data and tii&a
      be ingh an orgauisatiou of this ort it
      earn be headed down to those wiho
      wiv lMew w. That there are ouum-
      bheosteltitmewb bcean and will aid
      snok a society by contributions of
      peuemal remltoieneses which will
      proWa ruesat value to the state.
      Mr. Wilben aggedst that a preliti-
      ieary ewtU for the purpose of or-
      mistalg a slate historical society lt-
      heM TuMseda afternoon, Nov. 5, in
      Mh editorial rooms of the Timet-
      Us1io ad1 C iwaes.
      1h bead of tnmtemi of the Florida
      Aarilcuitral C'oUege proposeK to t
      aiea reom for a Florida museum
      ai h trleal Oi io the S&ieuce
      Mall, Jut esmpleted.
      This tleIS emslMet idea and we
      apes It vIM be carried into effect.
      f0S. wFela eml s"sty Oemlissleeers
      SSebeel l reeds.
      Mm. W. H. Feloea, the bright (eor-
      l mia na5 writes for the Atlatnta
      Jeusal a earoctristic letter gret
      Ig tOe ig aleqislatura in which
      se ak seaedemsbto make somue very

      We hbe lbes requested by a val-
      ead eMrtr:ber to make the following
      eatmust fom hert ktter:
      "A grut many people are as sik of
      Musk seoly eemmimssioners and bad
      law es sbey ever were with the
      meases with sebeep affrno tea TO
      brfe teat 41 eruption, for a law that
      M e a ie "ve dictators and czars
      ito amty should never have been
      abeenbeto pm the Geor ia legisla-
      tre at the eolabrt. Just think of
      aI Ia ft for state and county pur-
      peMss n tiag up to $19.25 on every
      1se-ma dkdolla' worth of taxable
      peoprty, esaide of municipal taxa-

      "AndLdo, for heaven's sake, quit
      emading babies to school that are
      bhedlv weased, to be paid for at pub-
      .e pem amd If they cannot ac-
      qutesMa EngFih education between
      lagel S anld 14, there is some.
      tilaghd the matter either in the
      alof the pupll or the capacity of
      te lemebr, and it will become a
      memoteme piece of business to tbe
      eefntlay paying a long price for
      either stpid pupile or teachers.
      **Te people who make head way i n
      this weNM go with a skip and a jump,
      but It aecally looks like "killing
      ime" eo the taxpayers when school
      gides are multiplied until a girl or
      by muet Mtart to school at wean lug
      tme amd go iatil they are ready to
      marry to carry out the various re-
      qetlUemla and creep through the
      wr ims grades and pas out as fluiish.
      ed or aaslotbed."


      T. A. Jemaimng, of Havannahl, (a.,
      and brster *f (&ov. Jenuings, will he
      at te Wildear during his nojoura itn
      tews -Jarkesnnvile Metroplls.
      S*t eed tae West Fareds Papers.
      All the Florida counties have not
      ee_ heard from yet, but it i ..ir.*. to


      SThe Presideat's Thanksgiving Pro-.c


      lamation.


      "Acicording to the 3 ':tr V'Ii-11 1.
      our people It fail- tilimi I IIiajr- i?
      to appoint a d(ay opf* f
      thankpigiving to a'l
      "Over a elitlir y :tii 'I jjajJi-
      ;m3MAW-E Mill,-IV. tII 4 lt
      pIJIIC" atii'irlif tit$i- ?'~~ I~.
      aud iluriu tzi.Ii........ .
      to beth an kfu Ifor tl 'I~
      . the lot of any oth 2
      eratlon after generm v.
      manhood and riB.-. 1, 11'
      has had to bear i tsti'.'
      each to face i~ ~
      .arh hut' known ..-' /


      when the i,%nid of III,- L. ara l ,
      upoj1)i it in dr.piit I ;..

      anuauish aif ?. ,:jj it ll tI t#ib-
      folly and' a fa'r'ftaial it 11"k.

      have @trrugmlt"1a-4 t1~t~l .
      we now abutiff !:1iV m'!:

      themgutwthi1.itz Iwo- r,- I i
      to aciiiev'- Il-Ii ruc!'' ,
      ilig. ris v#-rv ytatr thi *
      flo1.ti L 1I?. h Vhi. !I. I [- t'
      pie t.1joti-4i grt-;ttt-r pra a-,
      woae hinfow Cl.il!.
      rent-i Ir he I r-, fe i t -
      to the- auive'r -f .4 ~ ,



      vel t, I r. 0 41 a- *.f'

      do lier-, I i hal ..'a V:
      t-rauui tikaa ,,k. vi: L! h
      enatier. it i, d d.aIa --t

      from their arlLt~a,
      itj their -I.. r !I,.

      (;''wI for tht- -ta '' .
      pa.! tyef.-
      Florida State Teachcrs As soc ia.; .r


      T'o tht, Tl'vactitar-. ,

      The text x2ir1' '1 --i
      Florida Slat- h~ .
      will tbe t-lui at( r'r'a.F1-.Ii
      to Jan. 1.
      A rate of4)r te(,I,.- u.,I '-.
      gu~ilt, exahit VIllathil
      for the ~rotuid t ri5. 1,:11- ',
      01hip feeV, bas h.ta-,"t: ..*' .
      roads (of till- t St.- )~
      saW ',eD ,.anI,-'r 2.."*2'

      hiliau! fir t -tAl ai I"'t .it
      oreduetwi rat,..'Ait t 2'
      Milrle'tilla'be 1.4 if! 1 i't :tl g
      sAluotipxt atinl,.* :aali .a ia ,
      fr-e excurtaazan-,- \'I, tza~:

      Subijeet-A 4-f I h.i t. !"t! :


      Nice In Arkansas.
      Mr. George SouV~ I*l.y
      formas the Arkataarn-all4 .( '
      land wlsit-1 i,4 Mv:ot:al-It f", 1*.:
      of ri(ele ti the LieIt-i~itr1:aaaa T,1
      is estimated at isl!it [11hill2
      berem t i~. It 1.4% 1la' k,
      ilaatitatwtder ir'ava 1 iii ta
      of water thai iz m. 'a~rt It i
      of Its gra4.wthand lat I21r :. .


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      he,,go- utIni.. Vriornm rejolyt-c tc t
      Me fr .ralsne "I'tlstltte1-114r 4"Oletururnuag
      tho 1 tv fwV u tm o'urrv.-tido.rt too eSliriei

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      r. i. r r. -or w e viot lw Imgoll" fag y e time
      Slit ea l it i I Xr.rtoot the tll 'sl ii- 4

      of as*a. El. ii *.*.lot il t
      it.1 4. *'v p f s' 14 oll. Ii s~ill-m I ll the
      Ew-sit, .1 w i -1. -11 4 raim w 4re Ili--n
      at *. triml- I Ut hl, .6too -t1 te. 'iit
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      #&*- tu f Islim uI 11 teartsti.'s'I 1 Atim
      wids AOat it.f f int I' l t' *' 'r.a
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      oleo. i~s ra. iti hallm- r*t-that il'tim
      %p I .llrlm.4 tsit.'timt im% r 1timetoo 111r.

      r* 1-r "''s i te- fl roomr. Ill*,m
      wltat 9'..? *. '4:-1 1 a.I O-lit 4thc' at im ofi

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      lo ls-. ', T. *i 'rit*I.'ti i 51* f or-' e
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      thowow-til. nmasm '-lo -'i-*to *r.lowmthat
      v '' ~ ij vin to. -to.'i*1 ,'m f-r live

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      '-e ft'ior t t* r mutrumetecin-. their


      twA ug formed frione i u-wijo-i.er rejiort
      aned li4-4t, inlmuiuatinsrly m.'ys I wa-
      e-andif t 41iougIim t) idniit that Igot
      Sm~ information frolic that utir.elialole
      wouree, aucid thcen, tiuititininig, fie mmer-
      -Y~~:'et, with this ke~tk
      w~m11bi, ew-pwr rtl. ir? I illihi-
      fimtitis hle mmy-4-lf, readily rushleu intof
      jormt met a hmargvs of.mtciaki=high in life
      Witht1i tntg (ietAted to liv a ,moll.''
      Now, a!, thmi- i,.. Mr. 4 ur~hiamik f-tilimate
      4or~;.t 4oiE in CIU mmt-vilm-nt. II- mic im cat
      #exu,.e ItmIPfrovm Ihitirmg Isn.tIy mrzIjires.,-
      ed withiivrumtmtilmn- f.romm themi. fit
      tie.. I';z writer (' et unely ,tue mme.'d
      regrulmrir* 41 mm! thm. court after time
      Cerimmie ill '''* hlo adl ih-vil 4wi!illijt
      tet+-,%%.u141wtl m'? e'v~- l..iiei o A
      I:. I I:"ttmI.I >NIli,Ei44y W4,11141 have
      '1141114:11t st im v ili nzr rr' i f .1
      mt'wv'l"iit-rill f.ir t;ry i I I thmt!
      11 14! i'. -.t-;m or lvri ml imn thme


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      Ainv-ro-zm~iar t.-rizim- if am mm'! km. r cvmuri w*is
      re'1uirt-'i t IIll eI!Iij -mmoEI itm thee limio-t
      41f mui'.lrtaiet IIu?-i'ices-- mud time jutdg~e
      lie -re- .41. rcere-' I. -r,-* and' I ii'Id that
      'sgme.iaI t.-rnim. I,. timlI.- Lvy V 'Elulity
      Ct-e J udlereWilal, o-k \%% As rv'iuiir,- Ii t
      It -1 tilthee-pecialt.i Ilmie c-i -t ? circtay.
      wi' nethatele .'"ii :t mt hnrisitrhm mmmd i'ili-
      'vetimetimt eur.Lirlmmr --- of Etio-' 4im'etlit
      eq'"s'll fint I tin t- lee -1I ItI.& I Img II, .".:I v i I
      A lacSh 11:I '4'4.tol it IIt. Im ,rm -l'-- Ita ted
      x t-: trthi0iand rw'i~i r'LVa-iiIImz. \1Iti '.-
      decr sI;:i- art' ri':r, Iv t-'t'.-r eintl-n-i'"at
      toll 'tI Iiu'r21t'. Il;l titi- cn-a-I-Itime t ri:ii
      extt'imit 1 t-l i','i'o I tlltl -eme'ay, atei t im'-
      vt i-rhet '% .v retied. ri-l mi t -t i.Imtelin''- -i'i
      4 t.'at mii %:4- 'a--'c m' ifm ithat d ..- Y,.
      t1m1'-4',urt? *-dvi'me'I'sr .tiiiA.wlt-4 t m tic.-

      tit a It.%, -tK-a' thtre' aiul.t iremin"-hmii
      %- --m-ini efttue euirt limih-t c'mii~ty.
      Nowia~~y Au'nwarrl tte'-le t.hIin'i--


      Mlr. 11 iaimaimm answer mie I I ra Ia-
      hi- I- at m mig lees'-.j 'tLl-is ~ -N\imt' ti
      I met-ver thcmm-imtt ft;mat tilt- Ili i vti-m Wild
      ;r4sit tiltime 'ramteej-tt m i ne-\4 :tlm e l'ja:is-
      t-0 An Itimte' jori-Etmlmt--. 4 )it timevEillitr~'ir
      I '.t iidilkt l is tin vei' iEro- -:ife- ill tita-e
      i tik frwmit theim.' immojI uth t~i ll,-I-it AV'

      %t-rim- r roit-ritilasr hma-tl'arewiltH-mi'm
      tri':l'. [t8it tim" i %tr-i'o'msr mmust 1le4ve
      11iti"i a t till- lneit-h -n", Id mhave l'irit
      wnr 4,tifis 1-hlandsl- Jflie didiiucmt t It- e.
      it* ci ina- ih'.~ l mweo~c'l.

      ji.e ceiimec'e txtra-t.- fr' 'im: Ilie Ilead mIfn
      isiearlr-A etimir'sc.c itt M r. 4 ra ItammI'
      I.."ter imiv'c'ile'le'ti '.N\ ithIimm-teitI~e
      Slat iem i otlthm ';im r their utireliaibility.
      a-s rt"-.'reh-'r.4s f favt'-. I kminl f141t llrimpAr-
      eel us' aveemtlit i.. ruuz...tha.iitlm -it is-
      24te act mci ite-d fai't tha! a lic-WSP j-
      reti-tle- t"ilt- -em it rit*- Ire 14. 111.- 1'wt tt-r
      -w n it',litt'? l1h/iin 4tilt- ':fermimuiity
      iii ~ a e'-mi pe-Ili-te.'' I YIt tit m

      MIca vl e.itied m i' re'ading rtiml't, ma
      i .ilk 4,r thai--c 'me, '.-II't I i t, I iu II Ii h -I In
      int'. fii'. d ip'1'Ili- I.t-mt'r. i~vt-ry Ihit cml'


      it 4 m iml I;e#,I I l it-'t 'v':; i uarI iym apin, hm'''-a

      wi :,ttm it t Ii ,-ia'.. m .'t !'.t ais -I two timt-

      W"WlI imc- I'uintic-'.s. (lmtt affcIn t-i-

      Im .'li ullIlit' m 'iiii l~ t ~
      a I t' imm it t -tu I'i i. 4i mif 1.tr.vIte&I int-at
      tti*l';y r t' 1 lwe-isvt erEi i aalitht kcIda
      ~ r.mdicli :t~- i. -( to imfct e'mti-e
      iu'tici- e. N7.'.i Iri~-~ ~ a ;4,f~m

      MIn T I it 't fis!j N 'ci~r- 4if itf-''i..-a,

      ~jii.'Ii iii raf ot' lmetimelt' ja-=:?'
      iu rje ~..- I 'ik'm 1eI --'mimild tmm1,1 1.it'
      Min~L m 1t11c1Z t \VtamuNin. rit aim that mv a
      -Icl~c r.Ia''time i~t ekv -mch iitmm-mthatliey
      Xc'r 41cii-!6-ri uin Iis:-aimitec miIm miri vi'-
      liplton ,% i t:'r flc'm '' i ilvil a o a r.~
      rAM E .1 m t .16tit,-kii tm f r v iri. leer.' o liea

      lit'' ll. al~it i''. I- rraim.'terwliiii
      illser d %iitm hof '' ~ ~ i f" .1r'
      t-sinh~w :merlmer. I tilt-. wiet Ihest .u:tiha't
      Iw mi:mZ ..s 'U#rrci d t' time- lie-Ii''.^IZvim lietow


      cla pIlur'-t re.-tcat- ,f lilhumnii ram-' sl.
      It t- a- near p..-rftctiopm a- it i1n11 ,Ic
      nittle, atn le t civilizedi world lias
      known it strec el tinted it so louig that
      I :ttil .,urp'r!s.i 1l Ih Mr. iralmutmii ha
      tm.,t found it ut i' IV ti-, ti1i.
      Mr. irraiix1i- last' piragrilh Mi how


      Griner Farm.
      ThIe tir,-t Iro.4 of time -emmoli fell here
      S~undamy tuttlt.

      Atlarmt iti tohave herueyes !r :dc'il.
      7Mr. F". 11. l dn of E'1i.,:er, vi-i tetd
      frienad- lere Ik-t w~k
      M~r. i-A'eh v lilhj2"tnkilledi la hn.*
      raitt.!e n;-i .- S' i-ii vt. It iThew-u-o d
      tive f..et six imimh.- limti.'eugm wtill hadi
      ten rattl-.4 itnoj~ i a imi? h .




      timt- 11im'tol iltiie El t* I-m it a rake

      M.ad.1't i mr~ -. u L i. ithave

      it.(ivw-1 mmg rlet i'i .i~m .;-teril


      ;1-11im.ml v i .imI Ihe:

      -10I rilist- it i-ilw
      ficomi, hi- ve iimtih-l- r-t fj ~ :: r 1~. k-
      -mal !'lmg., mant 4) rim, run a t;I-'' ~-~

      fre!-hed by \* -Iii mmii .1. 11 1 vii let.? 4! -


      imuzAt tie t le fl ir Ih tim ir\ t' ilt,- %


      iwcr, rm~m 1 .4il ,11II~I#- m :m tt I.t.'4
      ic-MQV4rtI-iuc im 2 it ffi ; it vitiu 16;!'mm '





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      n4uim. "L m''-t1 '. *~Z W1i. '', 1 1Y w'Tilt
      ICE) tile t''4 !ti i w i Zli::t A E it (I hnajl
      21il vIiwr-,.it im't- wi ol lim Dr.l ',It
      im-evev. tIdtim-hi




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      t I i-e I 1 4

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      r. .ld vielT IM t. 1itn -a 'i. iml l!l
      f.''~~~~~ xi i* .-H I l I tk er,~'


      h~e it up.11 :l n i otl.


      lE lt" -y11:iII_-i I, 1' tim- t II i isi I cm vi is'

      Ozrat p:tmi-milzkt Ow' tamk and rr* a~m.

      rhem'I i. -i l'. thin--i no imew tit
      w r 8i iw u- tht I e .. -,;tit,# d m Iwrt; 0J, ~



      Bell \.vI *hut-istt wh l* irt-icn lejoy.


      lit 4 Taitmrll.

      M r .(bivTi .1mm i- I'. t *'imlt] hitl i
      mil T a l\ I-rmku~ ilm? -urity. w1!Ihere
      vii-iti timteir- mi Isir. V e y llo'~s
      bak ih hel.r iaI*=c'lath



      -reiealm% ee miel ttwid re-iud 6v I lIe i .1
      ..fr ~t 4 'elk t t' N. I-A .I 'Ll --d.&I:I,


      (-le Iitt- O ilt I ~ 131 (i' I. 4- ime urvart-s
      I II Ivm i !!.'Ity. I N' I.E .141u:-.

      Stops Cough and Works Off Celd.
      I4L~at I e Icr. imt'ioiiimmi int T'abi ~ets
      civa 4'Oldi il TIe cItv. N'eturi', liv,
      mi:i V. I'riee :_5c, lit-;.

      Who is the Impostor?

      lit the Gterlwnin, tviiI iolhm-of tile New
      Y.-rk J.I ratei -ait' time .'thim i-t aploears
      aim arti,'le itmctimii.iii for IDr.0tto rmtm'
      It .avs lhe w~i 1irommmmmmEmV il hienii--
      Irv arid W. ci ohi. ehetiviist o f thin
      i-rxwkik vit it-R~it I hDe lp.i rtl'tmmitmt.
      The :irti.-it-a!-ct that timi hc -;ad
      D r. 4 i rot Itlieiii!-a Ip-wr't IfrommitIi i-' rt.,,;

      Tilit, I-Mi I. tritIv tbet wcit.- i mjr DI).
      4 1 ril. Iic ant id ti- I-ku(Iim diit; I iicefa, -t
      that ,imr I ), ., ,,tr ,')r i sI imtis. ill all
      rqe-jiqt'. ts. vt iithat Lhe wI!. Ichieff 'hemmi--
      i-t of the h'-. it hIlea I.lIii 1)-.mart-
      mimi-lit. but! t.l'Uiiwttci' or mn.i~ n~tl-
      lyIt~ It:,!m- -enm iii i0-lk F'r twielvt.


      Florida in Connecticut.
      lnimir tt-L iiI.zo ~\mz


      Jauhson"vrle, Fia.


      ozmb-as, Ga. MontgomerA!&. Rchmoni,7a.ghm, L.


      The Great


      - Schools of


      * the South.


      WI I'.\Y Ts I'EN l'.-" IAII, ROAD FARE. AND PLACE (;ADI ATI.S IN I'I 'ITAl;I.E 1 IrUATIOVNS.
      S.-v, ratl liniiildr l forni'r pupils in Fl ra.;n -tii.nits at Jack ,onville for board. SSend for (6ataloguie.
      MASSEY BUSINESS COLLEGE. Jacksonville, Fla





      'ie Old Standr .


      Grove's Tlss Chili Tonic

      I has stood the ,. s, 25 years. Average annual sales

      xver One and o il Mition bottles. Does this record

      4f merit appeal y" ? No Cure, No Pay. 50c
      Enclosed with evwry ::..! T7a. C.r: -':kage of CROVE'S BLACK RLOOT LIVER PLLS.
      ., PN: y.. 'Z.


      Seed Cane For Sale.
      Thirty thiauaii -'talk. .seed cane
      for --atl App'ly to 1-. M. (;rahalm,
      ( '' ,ticir. Fl.i. le.l4. -iw

      mtinl rep'aiir n wa14 1 n- ha- etnablt-d ime
      t) impiove a} l ir-a.,d up until I have
      i t or,,',,tt'.t Hl'' f l 'AiroI;.
      \\'rit W\V. B. ith rry. Motiivelln, Fla. t







      HOGS




      - WANTED I


      dw- AT OUR



      Ice Factory.


      Look For Our Advertise- "
      .- r ment Next Week.


      aiiUij~ui~iA'it' WA, Ad;


      Wroteotonalt.


      R. L. ANI)PFI4%()N.
      A ND~nON& IIOCKEK,


      WM. HOCKER.


      ATTORI"NEYNS AT l;LAW.
      (ifficein (~a tin.%;.i4Ttinw Ii1.~i
      OCA [.A. ----FLOIDHI A


      ATTORNEY-AT-LAW.
      ((1tTice in (;ary'-Agin:tw 121- -c~k.)
      OCAL.A, -FLORIDIA


      c- RLS .' m-ISTIRUNK,
      ATTORNEY-AT-LAW.
      Room 4, Ma. 'inn tc IBui::lun..:Ocala. Fta. 5 2'- 1

      ED IN S'lEN-FR.


      OCALA


      ATTORNEY-AT-LAW,
      --y* FLORIDA.


      R 1) F U'i.1. 1 L
      DI- N T I -r.
      Over MuII(t Xz &Cli.arn!A,,; Han k. (ic.1 Fa.[I


      PiIY-ICTAN AND) -TUR(;J:ON.
      O.Tict ~ irT~ a- ;r civ I;.-MNItezurna.
      OCAL.A. FL.A.


      Di .NTI-,T,
      OCALA. FLA.


      cl I VEIR


      and JIACKA J


      FUNERAL


      CHAS. BLUM & CO.
      .517 anid tI1'. Iay St.
      Jacksonville, Florida.


      Remember


      si i iaIlIt -ol ariclej4'4 or a.


      L(I DSI N'0 1, R





      RAIlD HIEDWIEF Co.


      DIRECTOR RS.
      -I-
      i- -c iustiinocx of oinnfl,Casketu, and BUrv.
      itultf of evLry description. "Special a ttntlcr
      paid to bnrtal erviles.
      Embalming to Ordeor
      ',i '-&* l-s t .. **iI. "y *



      DR. ALEXANDER'S


      CHILL TONIC
      A positive, e-manent, andsafecure for Malaria,
      Chills and Fever. Contains no poison. The be-t
      Tonic, Anti-l'c-riodic, Appetizer, and Strenglih-
      ener for pale,. s.ckly females and chilr ten know:i.
      Brings the glow to faded cheeks ; makes wt-,k
      children fat ai<'n hearty.
      Tablet firm; tasteless; easy to take.
      Price 50 cts. Trial Size, 25 cts.
      Dr. Alexandt r's Liver Regulator cure% iBlioi-'-
      ne.s, Torpid river Constipation. Sick lHc.iatche
      Price 25 Cents. For sale by

      Wrn. X\',tersoln, Drugtul-t. O-.Mla, Fla.

      JAOHERS AIDED TO PASS

      Ixaminations
      E -t rI. r.-a f r ia hi-rr rate 1of' h.. l work
      ,- A >I! l > nin w ,, a. ir.ipl.'Ioy .t i ltst a w'er tilt:,' ,-1n!y
      Thorough Instructlon by MalU in th (i rninnr n ar. l hi.h- r
      iri. h.-|i-lo.,k-k. pinrg. Arithrneti-. A'.zvhm ;.*<,. try
      ,rmmra r.. Ih t,-rm. IJt e.rature. lfn.,-t,, lE ht v,.ar (f
      asuCc-cv. Cuiulars tre. Addre,, L L LIM E M tPalt"s Fi

      NOTICE
      0' Api -catin i' for 'Tax I)ted i-Unl ter Rction:
      ,!I Chapter 4--. I.aws o' FI-. rid!a.
      'roTICEI: I- HE:REBV t,;\IVI N TiHAT J T
      S I.iurtj'n.-. i nti, chaser ot .nx Ctr't.-ic te N-'-).
      "2. I.te t" 'Il lv'Ay ," AIIugust,. A 1 .e
      ;a' ti:..d ,at,' c rtificattU in my o'*c. ;anl ha'
      .nia''.e i ;'-p':c.tin'2' ti.o r taU x ti '*t t) 1-';1- itl t c-
      c r,c.'nce with '.tawr
      .>i;.dl ce .t;'ic t, enmtbrac,..- t!'e tfol,:'v ng de-
      n -.. ,c. p o.,-,, rtv -itualte, l ,in Marin cauunt' .
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      Su.*. -. ,,. t r .,,nw e 2 1sa t Thtlt'hnct"- w,-t -iX Ant-


      NOTICE
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      - Business


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      velktaieof"4100 Eyes.
      tvitvllfeasgfor Owth.xpeutiv.- a11ei4.- ((I.
      o9nflirJ Irimtiarwiii tey Is.terital1y it-
      Isavilliviihit, claatielits far lthat, twilatcri: I
      v wa t Aqt iillivi"1btwti~. 11*- imly ail-i
      Pitis aBt rt g ''wr m iar.-.11m I h"a ijo~it.

      U1 ,1 t o Ill-f a -is d .1m j" kli v E P iI .-1i~ ll 91
      iniga.-mi t t r1-1 se-..f --t.'i a
      w-ut.-rallv .grei .'I*iar:
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      tlIt Ivmfil al. T u 4 13.-mr- of aI


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      ~s.orm Destroyer.



      Mil q.l S it '* Ef i, '.

      lb. Story of Life.
      *.aa! .-4t.9.it gitian ".ti*~
      ~laart '5.all e l: Ii' y a. maili 95 d .''
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      Moctio; ad Iro4-)0.tor1--


      Jacksonville. Fla


      West Coast Fish and Oys-
      ter Company.
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      KE





      TEA POT

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      4p Look out ror your hah. ,


      d-a M ._ A ,
      - is wealth. h I
      dpdbr


      a n ..ou r., .... ... ... .



      em quality of the ( o i.% -


      housekeeping. I you want .e .ou


      must use Groceries that will. msist i up t c C


      Health. ^ -



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      ___ We are sure you can get He+lth n. -,-, -i ":- '" ..

      we sell you, tor we offer yo,,u !ie best. And .


      buy the best. A^ We believe we keep t k

      woman wants to deal witf,. f.r or sO ,.... i-..

      ,P Staples. are complete. Ci ki .kno'v wn,,):. ,.. ..., ,,, : .

      -_- what anybody else wants, O o, want a ,thin for

      you on request.





      S SOME NEW ARRIVALS P |

      - _- Graham and Rye Flour. -il.w ,o- ..a -.-..o-:i... ,"- s
      SBreakfast Food and Bar.ey Food >a,.cak. Flour. C-o- i ,- hear. Pe ck- -
      eis' Self Raising, Buckwhe- t, G,'PS 'e C.k:- and Yso k .- i;..oui

      ,___ Mince Meat in 3 and o 3oundit jars an in bu_ ,,. ,.ive.--- in, pints ,
      quarts, half-gallons and gal.n p_.t-nt .'op 7. A. ew i i z,7s Pr--

      ___ serves in 3, 5 and 10 pound ci ocks g.aran: .- i a b :. ..r F1... s -rves.

      S -Full assortment of Nu.s, dec., RT. : s., .' : 4 '- ,i'-r -
      and Le.mon Peel, Dried Figs. Date:- a.nd E..:.;, 'ated 9 .. t m m

      and Salt Corn.



      S A complete line of Soups .eet -.., ._ ~

      J ams and Pickles. Preserve ,. 4 -.. .- / th t hings -
      s_-- -. + c.r-_ ..-. .. -

      FigS. Ginger and Cherrl~,. r -
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